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AND IN BOTTLES FOR FAMILY TRADE. SELECT TANGIER AND P0C0M0KE OYSTERS All the Leading Brands of_Wines and Liquors. The Elkton Turkey Sand? wiches Every Night OLD HOLLY Old Fashioned, High Grade Genuine KENTUCKY Whiskey "E-ery drlnH a pleasure" $1.00 per Quart Gallon $3.50 6 Quarts $5.00 12 Quarts $9.50 Packed In plain wrapped packaRes. shipped express prepaid to any address In Virginia. JOEL M. COCHRAN & CO. ALEXANDRIA. VA. ITA CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD. Cashier G. L. BOOTHE, Vice-president. J. J. GREEN, Asst Cashier The Firsl National Rank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPITAL?7T?$7oiJ,000 Surplus and Net Profits $175,000 1864 Forty-five Years of Conservative Banking o ?o?o?o DIRECTORS: 1909 C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B. HARLOW GARDNER L. BOOT HE B. BAER, Jr. WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD Thia bank f-inci' itr- o-maSsttk*, with a capital of$IOO,OCO. wi'uh her. mi,sum! the t-tne htn paid to lu et<-klioklrrs in divid-nds pO'9.10), at il an imulMed bu du divided pufii cf $)rb.t 00. l's Muk ll he'd ly il ate bridals widely distril m?d. Iih direitrrt nvtrrct -g l.r well 1 w ?r? eui lulrtanti; men ofthlttttj. Iib satisfactory aervire ir t-ll f*eparU-'*?tk La? made fer il nat y frit-ds. The pa'f ??_? cl thi public is solicited. ************************************ Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 ? CENTRALLY LOCATED. Places at yotir disposal every facilityiand service offered **f by any Conservative Bank. Considerate conservatism in banking is to cure for many interests We are prepared to properly care for yours. The Board of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank : Judge C. E. Nicol, President. John A. Marshall, Vice Preaident, T. C. 8mith, Cashier. W. A. Bmoot, Jr. W. A. 8in<x>t. E. L. Cockrell. W. B. Smoot, Vice President. P. RuFf-el) Smith, Vice President. ' irlin. A. IT. Rector. P. F. Gorman. Edward G. Portner. Invite your accounts, whether large or small, both in the Commercial and Savings Department with the assurance of careful attention. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to bring in their books and have interest due October 1st en? tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. 4j>4>4h*4******************************4 Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA, Authorized Capital Paid!in Capital $1,000,000.00 $300,000.00 "DIRECTORS. I M. J. Rixey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C. C. Leadbeater _enry K. Field, Henry Baadcr, George S. French, J. K. M. Norton' We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel? ity, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ? uals, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking methods. Quality Established Our Reputation. Rammel Bros. Caterers. DISTRIBUTORS, Speer's Medicinal Wines and Brandies Both Telephone*. OR CASH? T_R,-y THE Alexandria Claim Adjusters 119 South Fairfax Street ATMORE'8 UIKC'K MEAT and rina Padding, |wt notared by 1. C. MILBUB* RICHARD H. WATTLES MANtKACTUKKK OF FERTILIZERS OrricK axd Stokes: lt5-*17 N. Royal St. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri? cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and Garden Seeds. WARKHOrSRS, BOrTH T5J0N STRRKT, OR LINK OF SOI'IHKRX RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed Will always keepj- stock thehiiche*. grade of tha^" *rrirla>R. norh It "CAPE COD CRANBERRIES lor ??.*-, tOc quart bj J. C. MILBURN, MONDAY EVENINTU. VHF.. 15. 1909. llfMtjnCATBD, FOR ALL THAT. A niau mar be * ar** fi ad his thoughts may M '!retry. Bot hil T'rice can be cherrr - For ill that His ?>ul may b? wringing, li:* h?Mirt may rae ?tioj-iriK, Ami still car. be Mngiiig ?For a'l tbat. Ilia band* may }r*>a'iakiii|-, His iou,;-, skin a breaking And (till not lip faking For al) that. For the mau that ran sruil*-, Who linn lost hts last pile Ii a nun tint's worth while -For all that. _________ S*B> COURT OF APPEALS. Proceeding! of the Court ol Appeals Friday wt re as follows; Ikicch vi. Balkley; argued tod sub* ?ittdsi C ty of PortsmoDth rt. HouBemiD: partly argued aod cootioued. Ntxt cases to be osl'ed: Like Drummond Oaoil aod Water Company tb JohoBon, Wright rs. A - isDtic C*aal Line, Park Oomraay rs. Q odricb, Farm< ti' Manufa'. turing 0 mi pany vb. Woodworth anlcitrof Rich mond vi. Mason, being Nob. 78, 79. 80, 82, 83 and 84 on the a ga merit docket. BA lUBOAT'l PKOrKF.MN' The court refused the petition fer r acaodamus compelling the Hampton city elec.o al board to ho!d an election in Jaoe for tbe selection of a mtyor and councilmen. This action means thit 'he present mtyor and council of Hamp 'on will r-msin ia office four years 1 inger, instead ol going out nex'. 8 p ter_b?r, a* wm expected wben tbey were chcM-n. The change came about through tbe transition of tbe town int) a city. _________ OPPOSED CARNEGIE REQUEST Wy the narrow margin of two votes, one of them famished by a repnb'ican, Mr. Rryan Friday escaped beiug re hu ked by the democratic house of Ne? braska. A bill bad been pending ti en? able the -tate University to be enlisted amo.-g the bent fi:iaries of tbe Carnegie pension fond for teachers. .Mr. Bryan declared lo bis paper ibat Carnegie coin is tainted mooej; that its acceptance meant sn ineviiable change of tone to? ward Carnegie by tbe university profess? ors, and thst Nebraska ought to be too proud to ieee pt. The democratic senate pinsed the bill. Mr. Brum then began per?or.a!ly to lobby against th? rn a-ure, making a speech to the joint session, and appearing before the committee ti op pose it Wbrn the raster first came up vester'ay, the boase, by a vole of 60 ti 48, indefinitely postponed it La'.er it am partly resuscitated by parliamentary procedure, and lt may yet be passed. CLOTHBB ANDU0RALti "If American women woreless clothes they wend be more med-.tt The wo* men of A'rica wear very lit le ra'roent, nt il they are thc most moral women in tba world!" This is tbe content oa ol Arltur (r'trr.e Pomeroy Oallen, son of the retired English f fficer, Lieutenant General ~ r Edwin Cjllr-n for lotty years a resident of British Ea-t A'rica. He arrived in New Ycrk a lew days ago to deliver a series of lectures oo "Darkest Afiich" before the league for political education. "Clothes nuke the ravage woman thy and coquettish,'' Mr. Collen <o_tinued. "A white sbirtwatt a-.d a ?kilt, to which tbe missionary introduce them, seem to sew tbe first needs of van? ity. As sion a< il ia txpUioed to tbem tbat they are without sufficient covering, it hag the mott demoralizing effect upon hem. I don't like to thiok wbat would be the nail if a directoire gowo were let loose io their midst. The morality ol morals would be prodigious." Alarm In Persia. 8t Petersburg, March 13.?Dis* ca'.ches from Teheran kd-y tell of the alarming spread of tbe Per-iao revolu? tion. An insurrection in tbe (Rpi al it? self is most imminent. Tbe elah is r-tarded only by the few naive troops who remain loyal, aod by tbe small Russian de achmeot under Col. L'ak hr ff Their position is most critical. Russia ii t,day rushing reinforcements to Ibe nliof of Teheran, and a detach? ment of C saicki, with rapid fire guns, bsa been seal to Reshl, an important Per?Un pert on tbe C-spiao Bea, which is meraend by the rebels. The Rnmian le-ation at Teheran Ins in? structed the consuls st Ee-'it anil Astrabad to summon warships f.om the Caspian Sea fleet in the evrnt of an outbreak. Today's deveh praeut- le-ve little doubt thst it will be nectt sary frrr Russi* to send a large force into Persia if tbe dynasty is to be ?av*d. _ Excitement io Samoa. London March 13 ?Dispatches from Hjriin today, I'ate that a native uprising ia threatened io ti .moa, and tbat tbe German foreign office bas ordered the wa-ships Lieptz'g, Ar'ntii and Jaguar o Apia, to prevent bloodshed oo the German Island of *?> ivaii. According to the Berlin reports. Chief Lauali is s eking to inaure his h -cresalon to the portion of paramount chief a* ats af-and his followers hsve ignored the orders of the resident governor. Wheo you wanta pleasant physic give Chamberlain s .Stomach aod Liver Tab* lets a trial. Thry are mild aod gentle io tbeir action and always produce a pleasant catbart'c cfleet Call at W. F. Creigh too A Co., and Richard Gib* son's drug store for a tree sample. HERWOOD WHISKEY^ 'BOTTLE ??I $2.75 Par Gal. niir Motmo ImprmHi VTMaker _ tm beti-r ami mr.re rn-rllnw ri?Tr.rf,i Irian inf ?t rlonUe ila _?f% f\f\ pair* per gallon of.aPa-aUU OLD OVERHOLT, $2.75 Per Gal. t Oar Bt-eba Ola to _t?aolm*>!T a-nna !_Ml"* -*_*.'*? nnem *""> ?"? fcetot l*_?-_-_tg_ly itKiri-nimidtiil for rr-rr one. Wt r-nt mitta on ?tl -qnora. for pri.-e HM. Aj-enta wanted. ] tan Main. Ir_*_nt deUrery. THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO. Leading Wholesaler-;, 616-6(8 F Strut N. V, WASHIKGTOK.JLCL *> 5g2__i___ utvv* Our faith in llic superior remedial qualities of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong that wc promt*- to return your money?without question or quibble? if it does not do what we claim it will. Because it contains Resorcin, Bela Napthol, Pilocarpin, Borax, Glycerin and Alcohol in perfect combination, Rexall '93" Hair Tonic provides the loftening, cleansing, antiseptic, germicidal, stimulating and nourishing properties, so desira? ble and necessary for the successful treatment of scalp and hair troubles. If used according to directions for a reasonable length of lime, wo are absolutely positive that it will thoroughly cleanse the scalp end hair, relieve irritation, eradicate dandruff, stimulate ihe hair follicles and papilla, revitalize and nourish the hair roots, stop falling hair, prevent baldness, promote hair gTowth and make the hair naturally soft and silky. You must realize that we would not dare back up our claims with such a liberal offer unless we were positive th it we can substantiate our statements in every particular, and ihe most skeptical person should at least be willing to try Rexall"93" 1 lair Tonic at our risk. Two Sizes?50c and $1. W. P. TAYLOR, 616 King Street. THE PURE FOOD STORE. Midland Buller lifo Pound Ia the quality sort that appeals to those who are particularly discriminating as to the merita of the butter they buy. It'a pure, sweet and appetizing. Fresh Roasted Coffees >pul;ir, too. A trial will convince y quality, and why they are popular 20c, 25c and 35c Per Pound. in bulk are popular, too. A trial will convince you as to their quality, and why they are popular m CALL, PHONE OR WRITE ym Edward Quinn & vSons, Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets Auctioneer. A MO;; BALK Of A DESIRABLE DWE1 I INO A*D l "I* ON RINO BTBRET, iv THE 'ITY OF ALEXA'S DKIA. V1BOINIA. P"rtiian: to the larina of a decree rendertd by the Cm [rr tiru Cr urt cf the Pity rr" Alex aurilia Virginia, (? the 27th ilay of Febru? ary. 1 CaWI a-llt. t r; I Con way Kally, ? . I aaa H Foster, et als , therein rb |.-liding, the uni'iirrij-nul, who by the (?IBMof ssi I decree was apnointul atSpecial Comm] nioner for the purpose, will at 12 o'clock DO***, ' II* rURDAY, MARCH tO, 1 in front of the H'-ynl street entrsu e to the Market Hu Mir g in thin city, r ll r for tile at roMic Biictirn, tint lot nf ground with the buildings and improvement* t.ereon, bounded aa folliws, to wit.? Beginning mi the north aide of King atreet between Weal irinl Paine street*, at tho southwest cori cr of ha brick house conveyed . inr ta Mfg, try 'ir' d' dated February liing north and binding wi li tba "Wal wn!l of mid boaaa the whole extent there<>f; thence continuing parallel to I huii'lii-d and ttrtatj fr et from the beginning to a ten fest alley; thence ex tr.r.rlii ii wr-i with the line cf Mid alley and parallel willi Kingftreet thirty-nine ft-rt to a point oppoa t- tba ini'MIe of the partition wall between the boona on this lot and the brick dwr liing adj lining it on th* went: thence n nth thrnn li the middle of the (aid ilivirling wall to King street and parallel with UV i r-i'rrt, being about one hundred aud fenty fae'; r.nd thence east on King street thirty-nine feat, to the print of be-iuning, with all Appurtenances to the same belonging it being tb-- >inie prop.ity which wascon wyr ri to Emma J. Kelly by Wilmer H. Zim? merman, by deed dated October 23,1901, and dnly recorded among the land record! of the City of Alexandria, Virginia, in Deed Bx>k 47, page 337. Terms o' Pah: One-thir- cash and tha 'al-ncr* in six and twelve months, tbe de? ferred pnyincuts to bc cvi meed by the notes of the purchaser, heating int-rest at six per rent per annum and the title to be rttained until al1 the purchase n.oiey is paid, or.at the of the purchaser, all cash may be paid uird tfce deed can re executed at once. Cormjanciug at the cost of the purchaser. GARDNERL. BOOTHE, la' Cnnunlasioner. I, NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY. Clerk of the Corporation Court of the City of Alexan? dria, Virginia, do hereby certify that Gard? ner L Boothe bas entered into bond with ap? proved secur ty in the p?nnlty of two thous? and dollars, in accordance with the require? ments cf the above _i?nti'_ed decree. Given nnder my hand this 8th day of March. 19t9. NEVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk, by Lons N. IM ri ey, D. C. marchs td _ B. F. Knox, Auctioneer. ATCTION SALE OF TWO HOTTSE8 AND LOTS KNOWN AS NOS. 627 AND 029 NORTH PITT STREET, ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. Pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust beering date on October 20, 1904, duly re? corded anioog the land records of the City of Alexandria, Virginia, in Deed Book No. 61, page 560, given by EDEN HAMMOND and ARf-'Y A.HAMMOND.hiswife.to tbe under? signed Truvtem, to re-ure to tl e Mercantile Railway Knurling & Loin Aia oiation of Alexandra. Vitana, the payment of acer tan som therein aet forth, default haring been made in the payment of said acm, and at thc reqt-*?t and by the direction of tbe B-ard af Dilation rf _ -. i. 1 A*rrci:tion. the under? signed Tru-tees will oller for sale at public auction, cn the premises, *t 12o'clock noon, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1 all that lot of gr und in thia Ciiy, with the building*) and improve-ents tnereon, known aa Noa. 6 7 ami 629 north Pitt atreet, being bounded M.d described aa follows: Beginnii g nt a point on th* east aide of Pitt.! ' inches south-f Wythe ! hence south on Pitt street r lesa; thence esst par-Del ?i;h Wythe straet 12 feet; thence i.otli p-rnllel with PitUt-eet 2*feet tf inehes. more or laaa, the length of the first line; ana theme weal in a diiect Hm 52 ft et to the point of begirning. Terms of sale: Cash, Conveyancing at the coat of tie pir hi-er. THOWas J KAN NON*. J. K. M. NORTON, Trustee*. roarch9,td_ Todd's Celebrated Smith6eld Old Virginia HAMP. For -rai. .t J. C. WILBURN'S. FLORIDA ORANGES, sweet; jnat receiv; ed by j, c. MILBURN. Emir-. WHKAT FLOUR lust received hy UTf.RnRN SEW HOMINY GRITS ju* received bf J. C. MLUJURM. RUCTION ^ALK. R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. PI'BIIC SAL"? OF BAN KP.''riv l-l i: SON AL PROPER IV. PURSUANT to the order of the Unite*] Ptates District Court for the E_?terc I'i?tnct of Virginie, I will, on SATURDAY the 20TH DAY OF MARCH, ! 12 o'clock, noon, at the premiaes, Ko. itt South Union r-treet, expose for sile at publii auction, the following personal property c the American I-oktile Company, te wit: Dipping machine, carrier third to seconr: rio ir, tables. 3 painting machines, trucks, 4( carriers, 3 tables, 1 lot of piping, 1 lot pana etc, 1 let paints, elevator and con t-iit-., lumber, shafting and contents, dril press,| blower, 1 cut-oil saw, hose, 1 grind atone and emory whiel, 1 cutting machine dyes, galvanized iron, 2 pouching presses, ' punching presses, 1 countershaft. 1 foot pren 1 b ink, 1 desk and tables, clock, chairs, office furniture in both offices, 1 typewriter 2 pulv. mills, icraps from furnace, engine pile driver hammer, 1 lot chemicals, 1 paiol mill, 12 'ufa, 1 forge, piping and two trucks, 1 lot pipit g. etc., 1 lot boxes and contents, 1 pres', 3 vats, line shafting and pulleys, ' smelters, etc. Terms of sale cash, nene of property to b< removed from the premires until paid for. (Signed) CHARLES BE*?DHEIM, Truitee in Bankruptcy. marlO td VIRGINIA.-Ia the Clerk's Office of thr Corporation Court of the City of Alexan? dria, on the 13th day of March, 1909. Frank T. Evans vs. Thomas 8. Evans, Mil ton B. Evans and Mary E. Evana, bis wife; Emma C. Renner and G. L. Renner. In chancery. Memo. The object of thia suit la to obtain a partition of real est'te of wbich Paul R Evana aod Emma B. Evans died ?e:z d and possessed, and if the same ia not susceptible of partition in kind, then to obtain a sale ol the same and a division cf the proceeds ol such aale among the parties entitled thereto. It appearing by an affidavit filed in this csu-e that the defendant-, Thomas S. Evans, Mil o:i R. Evins and Mary E. Evans, his wife; Emma C. Renner aod G. L. Renner are non-residents of this State: It is Or? dered, That said defend ants appear here with? in fifteen daya after due publication of this order, and do what is reeeasarv to protect their interests in thil suit, tnd that a copy ol this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan dria Gazette, a newspaper published In the city of Alexandria, once a waek for tour ans* ceasive weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court House of thia city. A copy?Tk.tk NEVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Swmnel G. Brent, p. q. marl:! w4w-s VIRGINIA.-In the Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan* dna, on the 17th day of February, 1909. Lodia A. Cutshaw ) vi. > in chancery. Emma R. CuUhaw, J Memo. The objeet of tb is suit il to obtain for complainant a divorce from the bond of matri? mony from defendant and for gmeral relief. It appearing brian sffidavit filed in thia cause that the defendant, Emma R. Cutshaw, ia a non-resident of thia "tate: It ia Ordered, That said defendant appear here within fifteen dava after due publication of this or* der, and do what is necessary to protect her interest in this suit, acd that a copy of thia order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan dna "Gazette a newapaper published in the City of Alexandria, ocee a week for four soc* ceasive weeks, and posted at the free, door of the Coori Hour* of this - ity. Lewin H. Macbcn, p. q. A copy?Te*te NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk. BLOCH'S ~ Cream Puffs Io the happy borderland between Cake and Pastry you today find BLOCH'S CHEAM-PUFFS with their brown, tender crust and generous filling of rich wbipced cream. Tbey are aa appropriate and popular a daw* rert for dinner as for aa addi? tion to the luncheon or supper table. 018 King Street Both 'Phone* Extra Choir* Evaporated Patches and Apricots formic at 12c per p'und by J. C. MILBURN. The Bret ol Evar-rylhljij THYMO-DENTALINE An excellent antiseptic for use in the scientific and intelligent care of the teeth. 50c_bottle. Taylor's Pharmacy, Both Phones. Night Bell. 616 King Street. ^lEOOEBIEr^ W. A. JOHNSON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS. SKNRRAL COMMISSION MEBCHANT A_d Dealers Iii ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, Have on hand Gibson's XX. XXX, XXXX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mono gram Whiskies: also B&ker'aand Thompson'! Pore Rye Whiskies, to which they invite tin attention of the trade. Orders from the oountry for merchandise shall receive prompt attention. ^onalgnmenta of Flour, Grain and Country Produce solicited, for which they guarantee he high-jet market prices and prompt returns N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streeta. JOHN AHKRjN & CO., rV_OLESA_E AND RETAIL GEOC-EB And Dealers In PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, Oountry Produce received daily. Our itock of Plain and Fancy Groceries embrace* every? thing to be had in thia line. We hold largely In United State* bonded warehouse ana carry in stock various brandt cf the tx?i PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Earn also in store superior grades ot Foreign and American WINES. ALES, BROWN STOUT, Ao. MaT-9atiinaction Guaranteed aa to Prto* anti Quality.'** Comer Prince and Commerce Btreeta. QUALITY TELLS. J. C. MILBURN, US North Royal Street : Alexandria, Va. Dealer in FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. Proprietor of the POTOMAC BRAND FLOUR, wbich is unexcelled. #_-**Cofl*es Freshly Roasted. ?* Home 'Phone 181. Bell 'Phone 293 FINANCIAL^ chas. b. flooj-r, I i Gabii-.br L. Bootub, PK_8.pi.ict. I 1 Vice Preeideit. GEO. B. WARF.B1.I>, OASHIBB. First National Bank, Al-IAHDB'A, VA, I>_-slj*r*uatrd Depository ol the United tttBte-. CAPITAL > ? 1100,00(1 SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS .... ?1W,00I Directore: CHAS. R, HOOFF, J. F. MUIR, 3. L. BOOTHE, M. B. HARXO* B. BAER, JR. Prompt attention given to all bud-am, In iluding colleotioni thjeaghoat the United -Kjat-Ma and Fnr-rTaa?. ESTABLISHED 186?. BURKE & HERBERT, Bankers. Modernly equipped for banking in itt va rious brancher.. Deposits received mbject to check at eight Collections made on all points. High-grade investment seenrdtiea bougbt and sold. Letters of Credit ami Foreign Exchange furnished. Safe Deposit Boxes to,t toot, A Savings Department In which Interest la alloted on deposits-_ ^I^JIj^MATmALS.^ SMOOT & CO (Successor to J. Rector Smoot A Qt,) STEIN FLOORING MD PLUTO SUI. Manufacturers or DOOR AND WINDOW FRA MES, MOULD INGS, Ao. DEALERS IN LUMBER, -jHINGLEP, LATHS. NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEM-KI No. 25 north Union rtreet, Alexendria, Va, T.amhaav Deliverer! free !n tbe dir. [ESTABLISHED 1833,] HENRY K. FIELD & CO. Su-jceaeors to JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT, Lamber and Mill Worfe OF ALL KINDP. Lime, Cement and Plaiter Office and Yard 115 N. Union street, Factory No. Ill N. Lee street, |B_r-M?teri._ Delivered FREE in the rita TBE ALEXANDRIA Iron Works Foundry, Machine Worl? and Blacksmithing Structural Iron a Specialty Manolactarrr of Pa'*_t Turban'Pamp lor dalry and labirban homee. Agent for cc.-rl oil ingine, the only tafe power around buildings. Send aa your inquiries lor anything in iron. lanl.S lvr_ IS. LEADBEATER & SOI. OLABZitOB 0. LBADBBATBB. President. ?DwaB-S. LBADBBATBB, Vice President, .ohm _b_____tbb. Soc. and Treasorar ESTABLISHED 178_. (IHCOBFOBATBD.) Manufacturing Pharrruacieti and Dealers li Paints. Oils Window Glass, Dyestuffs Spices Dnia-jrd-rts' Fancy Goods and Specialties, im? parten of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Per ruttery, Olive Oil, Ac. Aicents for John Lucas A Co.'a. Tinter Gloss Paints, Masury's Liquid Colon ant Devoe's Lead and Zinc Paints. Gooda shipped the day order* is receiver* Quotations furnished by return waJL Cor **vY*a***nr? tr OTTKkBURIN Lithia and Magnesia Springs WATER. Gre-,teat known Water for Dys? pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse if and testify to 'ts great merit. FLANK WARFIELD, Druggist Saeeeoaor to WARFIELD A HALL. PHONE 144 BOLE AGENT, HW. aTrta-a-ra? Fstrfsi snd Pa-'anxr Htiwaf 80 doten BROOMS, boufht before the ad vance for sal* by J. C. MILBURN, j BAILR0AD9* _ SOUTHERN RAILWAY Trains leave Union Station Alexandria In Eflect January 17th, 1?09. H. B?Followianschedals -(-urea publiabei only ss Information, and are not _a?r*_t-*el. 7:17 A. M ? _eil> Loral betvaar-u M'sshi--*. ton aii'I Dauville. 8-07 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison, bur*, tnd way stations,; 9 17 A. M.-Daily-U. 8. Feat Mall. Stop only for passengers for points south at which scheduled to stop. Fir*elsa* coaches, sleep? ers to Birmingham and drawing.room sleep era fo New Orleans. Dining esr aervioa. 4:37 P. M. Daily?-Washingtonand Florida limited. Sleeping cars between New York, An gust* Aiken aid Jacksonville. Through omi-cls s co;chee between Washington sud Jacksonville. Dining car service. Tourist to Celifor-<i. tri*weekly. 4:32 P. M.-Week Days-Local fer Har. risonburg and way stationl on Man tm brunch. 6:12 P. M.?Daily-Local for Warrentoa and Charlottesville. 10:27 P. M.?Daily?Washington aod Cha'* tanoojra Limited (via Lynchburg;. First claas coach and sleeping cars to Roanoke Knoxville^ Chattanooga and M-nnphis. Sleep er to Birmingham ana New Orleans, Wash? ington to Roanoke. Dining car service. ll-03 P. M.?Daily?New York and New Orleans Limited. Ail Pullman train, cl uk - and observation cars to New Orleans. Sleep? er! to Asheville, Atlanta.anc New Orleans, Sleeper to Charlotte. Dinin? car service. Through trains from the South am-, ?*? e_andria6:13 and 6:?H> A. M. _nd!Ur91 P. M, 8:13, and 10:23 P. M. daily. Ham-ton'mr* 12:08 P. M. week daya and 9:13 P. M daily. From Charlottesville 7:63 A. M. TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRA!-' Leave Alexandria (W. A O. Station I M. and 3.56 P. M. week days, and 4 59 P. M. daily fr Blcemont; 6:35 P. M. vrek days for Leesburg; 9:22 A. M. tn Sundays oniy for Vint mont. For detailed ecfctJule figures, tickets, Pull* enan reservation, etc., apply to WILLUM C. LEHEW, Union Ticke Agent. Alexandria, Va. C. H. AUKERT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr' S. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mer. W. H.TAYLOE,Gen. Passenger Agent. L. S. BROWN, General Agent. _Washington, D. Cj_ WashingtonSoutherii Ry Schedule in eflect Jan. 4th, Trains leave Union Station for War-hini-ion and points north at 8 03.8 33 and 8 33 a, m., VI-I, 230,807.818, and ll33 p. m., week days. Sundays?8 23 and 8 33 a. m., 12 Ol, 8 07, 8 18 anr 1133 p. m. For Fredericksburg, Richmond and potato south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and ll 32 a. m., ?*.?._, 517 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week daya, Sundays?437, 7 18, and 022 a, m. i 03, 517 (local), and 752 p. m. Accommodation for Fredericksburg at t S3 a. m. week daya. Notb :?Time of arrivals and departur***a and connections not guaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR. _ _Traf. Mgr._ Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. In effect February 26, 1909. LBAVS ALBXAKD-IA, For Washington, froii comer Prince and Royal streets, week days, at6<0. 6(5, fin , 6J0, 6 40, 6 ?5,7 05,7 15, 7 30, 743,7 8 15, 8 25, 835, 8 50, 9 10, tU, 10 10, 10 30, 10 50, ll 10, ll 25, ll S5, ll lb a. m., 12 10,12 25, 12 35,12 lb, I 10, 1 K 1 55, 3 10, 2 25, 2 36, 2 f;6,8 05, 3 K, 3 6 ? 5 j 4 D.4 25, 430,4 4), 455.6 10, ft:." 6 (f, 620, 830, 6 46, 7 00, 71', 72 . He , 900, 930, 1000,1030, ll 10 au-i 1165 p.m. Pu mlays? 7 00,7 36,8 10,8 30,8 40, 9 00,9 30, 940, 100 , 10 20, 1040, 1100. ll 'IO au.l 1140 a. m., 13 00, 1320, 1240, 1U), 1 20, 1 40, 2 00 220, 240, 3 00, 320, 340, 400, 4 10, 440,5 00 5 30,0 40,6 00, 620,640,7 00.7 20,740,8 00 830, 900, 930,10 00. 10A', aud ll 10 p. is. roH norm? vxbrok. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, mit daya, 5 45, 6E6. 7 56, 8 51, 10 25, 11(0. aud 11 30a. ii ; li 0), mo, 1 0), 1 96, 2 CO, 230, 3 CO, 3T0. 4 00, 4 00, 4 43, 6 36, o' .?('. 7 3 , il 50 p. m. rSundnys?7 mi, 8 30. 930, 10 MO/ll 30 a. rn,, 12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 4 30. 5 SO,' 6 30, 7 31 8 46 and 1" 16 p. m. BCHK-ULB FOR AI.KXAKDMA C1TT CAB. NORTHBOUND. Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 50, 10 35, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 13 SO, 1 05, 1 85, 2 06, 2 45, 3 SO, 4 (5, 4 86, 6 0\ 5 4.'?, 6 30, 7 06, 7 45, 8 26, 9 00, 9 40 p. r?. SOtTTHBOCND. Leave Spring Park 8 06, 8 30, 8 .16, 9 85, 10 lo, 10 45, il 20 a. m.; 12 15, 12 iV>, I 20,1 60 2 30. 3 16, S 60, 4 30, 4 50, 6 30, 6 06, 6 60, 7 25, 8 10, 8 45, 9 25, 10 00 p. m. STEAMER._ MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIS. GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. WINTER SCHEDULE. Steamers of This Lins Leave 'le ai-rlna on and alter M?r.li 1. 1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY sud SAT URDAY at 4:30 r. m. COR BALTIMORE AND ALL TH1 USUAL RIVER LANDINGS. Cuisine aud appointments unexcelled, Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and flew York solicited and handled with care, T_7*6r__ 7~-*? "td bill*) of lading issued. Single fare to Baltimore, :2,bi>: roana Ll*, $3.50. ?''aterooras, one vny, $1.60. Meals, 80c, REARDON A GRIMES, Agents, _Foot of Cameron street. ~~ AGRICULTURAL. John P. Robinson, Geo. S. Frknch, Preaident. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company. MANUFACTUBBBfl 07 Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. j Ask your dealer for the Alexandria Fer. tilizer ft Chemical Co.'s Products. Capacity: SO.OOO tons per annum. Princess Street and Potomac River Wharf,] Alexandria.Virginia. W. G. Habvby, .ib., I D. C. Richardson Pres't A Treas. I Secretary. -TUT. BryantFertilizerCompany Manufacturers of ?**__W_LI_ERS, FERTILIZING MATE. BIALA P.JRE RAW BONE AND IT$i GROUND NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER. Office': Burke and Herbert's bank.building. Factory and Wharf: Foot of Dote sim a*. Alexandria. Va Jost Between Ourselves. The writing paper we carry in SfcM ??' ia the !?cst procurable tot - correspond, nc e. Dyson's Book Store, rV_ KING ST. ?ell Tel*phone '17*. J. & fl. AITCHISON, Machinists and Engineer-. Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machinists Supplies, Pipe, ripe Fitting*, V.lvc.-, F (c Blacksmithing and Repair? ing Promply Executed*