The New Collar
A collar suitab'e for Spring
and Summer, in quarter
.2 for 25c
Your Cravat Binds,
Collar Button Hurts
Information Given Here With Pleasure.
I EasterSuits-Mao and Boy
Are Here In Endless Variety.
Up-to-Date Mari's and Boy's Store.
402-405 KING STREET.
r-jpm^ ^> DI a^AATaMAryi To Get the BEST
_L J. _H__> a* _LC~_\-*-l_^ Wines and Liquors
Headquarters for Wines and Liquors.
LOWEN BACH ??*
Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
Authorized Capital Paid in Capital
*J. J. Rixey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C C. Leadbeater
.enry K. Field, Henry Baader, 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
Quality Established Our Reputation.
First of the Season.
STEAMED HARD CRABS
DELICIOUS DEVILED CRABS
LITTLE NECK CLAMS
CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier
G. L. BOOTHE, vice-President. J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier
The Firs! National Bank
Of Alexandria, Va.
CAPH AL? TT^OO.OOO
0-0 - O-0
Surplus and Net Profits $175,000
IO S A Forty-five Years of 4 f\ f\ f~k I
o04 crnekinatgive lVUVl
C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B. HARLOW
GARDNER L. BOOT HE B. BAER, Jr.
WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD
Thia turk Arie il? .rfMl-ttka*, with acer-ital of|l00,000i which hm remained
(hf ff n c bf* psM lo Its ittC-b-WvTI io oividtids fc^Oi'.fU), aid act l mu)* ted an un?
divided j rt in t f $1-5,1 (<'. luttrell is let! r y tl are bold* lt, widely distributed, lin
direrUraafaJa-ro-gl-* well .sews sid tnr?t8i,ti8i bosire'e men of this city. I if.
tttitttctarj service ia i'll depart*_tnU las made for it maty frie&ds. Tbe patronage
cf tbe public it. solicited.
I ffiii\W Mill MIK
Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000
Places at your disposal every facility'and service offered
by any Conservative Bank.
Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many
We are prepared to properly care for yours.
The Board of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank :
Jndge C. E. Nicol, Preside-rt. W. B. Smoot. Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vic. Pre-ideut, 8. Russell Smith, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, ('-shier, ( , (\ Carlin.
W. A. Htaottt, Jr. A. H. Rector.
WA. li p. p. Gorman.
E. L. Cocirell. Edward 0. Portnsr.
Invite your accounts, whether large or small,
< ? both in the Commercial and Savings Department
4 > with the assurance of careful attention. 4
. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to ?
7 bring in their books and have interest due April l_t en- ?
T tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. ?
[JU ____-__L~ J-^XVXXV *-_ _-_----..
TUESDAY EVENING.APRIL 12. 1909.
THE TARIFF BILL.
Ai of ar ed ia yesterday's- tiar'tte the
amended Uri- bill ia now od (he Senate
calendar and bj an agr cement reached
on the thor consideration of the measure
will begin on Thursday. At reported
the bill dees net contain all of the
changes in rites which the finance coni
mittes proposes to make. Although
eevoal impoit.ut amendments, such ai
(be restoration of tbe Dingley raes on
women's gloves and hosiery, the placing
of works of art on the free list, and the
asaetement cfs doty on iron ore Life
bten aade, tbe revenue producing
possibilities of the bill are little chanced.
Tbe increase) are provided mainly in
tbe schedule covering Imories, tbe en?
tire 1 qior schedule being ma'eriaily ad?
vanced. Tbe increase od wines and
spirits is expected to brirg ia about
13.000,000 additional revenue.
Ihe Senate billin brief is es follow:
No decision regarding Hoose pro?
visions for free wood pulp, free hid*e and
free bituminous coal.
Women's gloves and stockings re?
duct! to present rates,
Works of art generally, and artis'ic
antiques over 10O years old, placed tn
free list with pictures and marbles over
20 years old.
Present rates on wool restored and raw
tUx ntarned to the dutiable list.
Agricultural schedules, including
mest products, uncbaoged from existing
law, but wbtra reductions were made
by House, Ber a'e cc nomi tee restored
Kt-.*tores iron ere to dutiable iiat a'
2b ct nts per lou?a redaction of Kt
cents a ton from the Dingley rate.
Occ a aud spices returned to free list,
as necessities like tea and cori e
Kates on wines and spirits increased
Iftrvnt., involving additional revenue
of 13,000,000 a year.
No action upon mix:mum and mini?
mum provisions or administrative eec
tiona ol the bill.
oitject lo Strong Mrtllrlnen.
Many people object to taking the
strong medicines usually prescribed by
physicians for rheumatism. There is
no need of internal treatmerit in any
case ol muscular or chronic rheumatism,
aud more than nine of every ten css?s
ot the disease are of ooe or the ether of
these varieties. When there is no
fever and little (if any) swelling you
msy know that it is only necessary to
apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely to
get rjuick relief. Try lt. For ea!e by
W. F. Creighton ck Co. and Richard
CANDIDATE TDBNED DOWN
Four candidates for licenses to preach
were examined before tbe Presbytery (,/
New York at its annual meeting yester?
day. Tbree of tbe candidates, members
of the senior class of Union Theological
Semlrary, were turned dowr ? itt abso?
lutely, however. They will hitvo an
npportunity to confer with a committee
nf tbe presbytery, who will examined
tbem further as to their viewsoo thelogy,
Christ, and tbe sacrament.
Gae of tbs three who failed to be sus?
tained was Archibald Black, a brother
of Rev. Dr. Hugh Black, the well-known
Edinburgh preacher. The two otbeia
wio bave got to toe the mark before the
apecial committee are G*orge E, Fitch
and John Steen.
Candidate Steen, it was said, was the
most out-spoken in hia belief He
questioned tbe miracles and Mpspted
ire modern view ol tbedivinity of Ohrist.
He did ort believe that Christ arose
from the dead In his body. The other
two r j cted candidates bad doubts on
th's question of the divinity of Obrl k,
asaivanced by tha old-school Presby
Tbe candidates, however, were not
without supporters. In /act tbe lines
io the mei ting were closely drawn be?
tween the Union Seminary men nod the
ministers of the more conservative de?
Only a little* cold in the hca-1 maj ht th*
beginning ot an obstinate ease of Nasal
Catarrh Drive out the invader uith Elv's
Cream Balm apt 1 e I straight to the indar:-e I
-turi't up air-pissages. Price tnt. If yo_
prefer to u-e an atomizer, ask for liq tiri
Cnaai __*__ H baa a'l the geed tinalm-a of I
the solid form of thia reine ly and will nd vou
of catarrh or hay fever. No cocaine to bre I
a d'e&dful habit. No mer -ury tr. dry out the
secretion. Price Toe, with spraying tube.
All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros., 56
Warren street, New York.
OPENING AND CLOSINO OP MAILS
Northern mail., week daya, close at 7 10a.
l. and 1130 a. m., and 200, 2 30,
8 15 and IO 15 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.,
12 00 rn, and 5 00 p. m. On 8undaysNorthern
mails close at 7 10 a. m., 2 30, and 7 20
Bonthern mails via CT_?rlotte8vi-ecl-*e at
: 7.10 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20, 4 30 and IU 15
p. m. Open at 800 a. m. and 6 00 p. m.
Boothera maila, via Richmond, close al
8 45 and 10 30 a. to., and 3 20, 7 15 and 10 30
p. m. Open at 8 a. m., 12 m aud 4 p. m.
Manat-aa Division maila eloae at 7 10 a. m.
and 3 20 p. ra. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p. m.
Alexandria and Round Hill mai's close at
7 30 a. m., and 3 20 p. m. Open at 9 Ota. rn,
and 7 03 p. m.
Chesapeake and Ohio mails clone at 3 20 p.
m. -ad 1015 p. m. Own at 8 00 n. m. and
600 d. m.
Washington mails clow at 7 10, a.m. 8 45
aod ll 30 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30,
8 15 and 1015 p. m. Opec at 11<) a. m.,
12 '"0 m. and 5 00 p. m. and 8 30 p. m.
Office Hour. -Open at A 00 a. m. Clow at
6 00 p. m.
Snnday Hours?Open at 9 00 a. m. Clow I
at 10 00 a. m.
Carriera' 8ched_le? Collection made on In?
side routers?tt 15 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and
C 30 p.m. Fell rout*??15 a. m. and 5 30 p.
m. Munday otJlection 4 45 p. m. Carriers'
vindo- open Snnday 900 a. m. and clone
10 Oil a. m.
Deliveries made 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. and
5 00 n, in.
Ali mail should be In the office Um _>lnnU_
h*far* our Indicatad time for Mr-lnr.
WAK DEPARTMENT. Offics Dpt
irtemaatar WaahlagtM, D.C,, April
'.-al-d peoMsala ta triplica'e, will
red et this oom until lt a aa .
r.t-dav, May .'th, VX9, and then public y
octing macadam md in
A ri in ito. National lemetery, Virginii.
Plan anJ fveci fixation* and full irt'.r
can be had on application to thia otli? Kn
vrl'ipea coutainiui pn.pomal should te mark?
eri 'Proposals frrr ArliBftoi Road ways' ami
addressed ta M. Gray __Un_kL maj?r snd
- Army Washington ]>. i .
apr. 10,12.13 14. my_
W. I KKBIIK k. O?O?O I LOYD-allTTI R
Kerrick & Spittle
Contractors and Builders.
Solicit your patronage, promising prompt at?
tention to all ordera given us We will also
furnish plans and eattraatea rn ail els
work. Give us a eall Shop Prince strett,
nrst R?l ref Track Hons*.
Olfice No 917 King Street
No kitchen appliancegivr
actual satisfaction and real hume
comfort as the new Perfection
Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook
Kitchen work, this coming
,saintlier,will he better and qmck
.r done, with ?rea:er personal
comfort for thc worker, if, instead
of the stifling heat of a cod ru<--,
von cook hv the cunnntratti_
.Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove
Delivers heat where you want it?never where you don't want it?/J
thus it does not overheat the kitchen. Note the CA HIM'" 1 TOP,
with fhelf for warming plates and .keeping food hot after cooked, also
l oBvtaient drop shelve^ th-w can be folded back vt hen not in use, and
two nickeled bars for holding towels .
Three sizes. With or without Cabinet Top. At your dealer s,
or .'.rite our nearest agen, ^^^^^
I he _f___\\_t\__\ J A WP never disappoints?safe,
w^_y\J *-<A*J A X ca,nomic_l an_ a VVOn
^*^^ derful light giver. Solidly made,
beautifully nickeled. Your living-room will be pleasanter
with a Rayo Lamp.
If not with your deaUr, write our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
We 'ball < fler romorrow on* lot of ona
huodr-d New Taffeta Silk and
Messaline Dresses, io all the new
hie shades, ioclud'n; such big col?
ors as Old Rose, Wistaria, Old Hine,
Catawba, Reseda, as well aa staple
I'.lacks, Hines, Browos and Greens. >ome
of these* are handsomely embroidered
and ere cut and finished in an up-to-date
stylish mo Iel; some handsome figured
foulards among them. Tbe suits .re
worth regularly from IH .r>0 to llr'.OO.
New White >?rge Suit in t)dav; natty
atv lea. popular prices, $15, $18.50,
*1?75 up to 130 each.
We will allow jon your FARE If
purchase is made.
A. L_FALK CO.
iH7 i stki;i:tnw..
Washington, D. C.
l!O0k>F.LLF.K AND STATIONER.
Bibles?Catholic and Epis?
copal, Prayer Books,
Hymnals, Gift Book's,
Tuck's Easter Booklets
and Post Cards.
A large and beautiful line to se?
Dyson's Book Store,
iva KINO ST.
Next to Cj*ra lt
_Bell Telephone 2i9._
J. & H. AITCHESON,
Machinists and Engineers.
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineers and Machinists <
Pipe, Pipe Fitting?, Valves, Ftc
Blacksmithing and Repair?
ing Promply Executed
Wc have all kinds of Ice
Cream. It's more than mere?
ly good?it's safe and pure.
Leave your orders in time.
We also have a large variety
of fancy cakes and pastries.
H. BLOCH, S?S~
GEORGE E. PRICE &CO
FSESB AND SALTED FISH,
Arc rprei An rr Fish daily from the chores of
tlie 1*111 maw and will supply cu=toiner?. in
any quantities to snit, either fresh or salted,
by exp ricoa il lurkers. Country orders so?
licited and sstivaction gnaranteed.
B_-_REL-_) FISH has
si wat* stood No. 1 in the market.
Fi-h n.hiv d daily aad onttale in pity mar
bet end de ive'td to any part of the city.
All crde-8 will be filled C. O. D. or on the
R-l) 'pbona H'M_maris .m
N OTT.F?Tbe rr_ul<rannnal?tockhold?n
ng of tbe VIbGINIA MARULE
COMPA' hfldotllj North Falr
?eu, Al-x-rHria. Va ,<>a TIITR-DAY,
Atjr:l ll i 12 rA look m., for thu
purpraw of thi: elctWO of ofli''ers, etc.
\V*rf ll S*t' ^DER**, Vice-president.
.'rFSCE THOMA.-", Secretary.
TBE annnal mwtiDr.fi" th*) stockholder* of
MEN! C IMPAH1. -'ton, D. C.
laworyr kd, for lb* elect o<j of dire'touand
such rtht-r baain'Si ?tiu?j prop riv corn* tn
. *?tinfr, will !. held ?.n WEDN-S
PAY. April 1-lth, IHl*. nt -.office 111 south
Fairfax tt-eei, Alexandria. Va Foils open
fruin 2 to 3 p m.
sj.-; 11 .1. li BURT -".OWN, _______
TO THE ^TOKK'noLDEPS OF THE
MA-^M I: v K W FKi r>
Mt-*.. > |.ril 1st
- lire by Rivet lhat pnrvuant nj
the i?v laws oftbe companr- th* snnaal meet
? MPANY will bs
day or Apr.:
the company. No. Ill
s.ruth Fairfax *.t,e_*.. Alex-ndria. Va.
1. Toe!, ct a tj.ranl of nice directors of the
-'. 1.. transact such other bnsinesa at may
- fore tbe mtetloc.
Life Insurance without
COSTS Jj. ?> A YR.
ASK FOR LEAFLET.
? INSURANCE and BONDING.
Office 119 South F-tirfax Street.
General Insurance Agency
Room No. 4, Burke A Herbert Bid**.
Tne companiee represented in this offlot
have assets of over $100,000,000. Amonj
others are :
Hartford Flra lots-iranca Co,
Li; ? ooo! A Lot-do, " Glob*,
*_ a Insurance Cai
Northeif* Assurance Cs*.
Springfield Fir* A Marla*.
Prompt attention given to adjustment ol
loanei and all matters counected with inaor.
fffl ^*/ $2.75 Per fia!.
Medan Tmproeeit Wlil?k.ey la
t ai doutta Ila (?_<_ *\fa
pti.o per anil.rn til.a\tC..\J\J
OLO OVERHOLT, $2.75 Psr Gal.
Om* Undia Oin tn absolutely pam?
pra l? of tho ttneat Kin awl _ii..|ia
k_Tt_? lilglily n-i.tuaitt-Oed bf every
Wt eat prti-ea ort all lenora. N>n<1
'or pri.'o D?t. Aavnt* wanted. I'ltona
t*H Main. Instant lU'itvery.
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.
616-618 F Street N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The Woman in the Case
will h? delighted with OW arliaiic lockets.
Oar designs are exclusive, and allot our goods
I are the per'ection of thc gold ami -diver
, smiths' arl. For wedding or anniversary
? ts our goods present a wi je variety to
We riler 1-4 Gold lockets, plain....$2.25 to l-l
" " " " ?' with doublets,
$3 50 to $4
" ?' " " " "Pose Dia?
mond* . M/0
? " Salli Gold LockaU, p'ain....$4 to U
" " .with fall
tnt Diamond.$0 to $20
H. W. WILDT & SON,
106 North Royal Street.
Bell Phone 34b*J.
IN THE DHTRKT COURT OF THK
t UNITED S PATES FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA.
In the matter of ) No. ?In
Arthur D Bryant [ Bankruptcy.
Baokr. pi j
On revling ihe |>etition fer di-eharge ofthe
bankrupt, it ia
Ordered by tbe Court thf I a haa'iig l>e hsd
upon tbe same po tbe Slat DAV OF APRIL.
A. I),, 1.09. before said court st Alexandria
ia the s-i I diatrit'. at Vi o'clock noon; and
that notion thereof he polished in tbe Alex?
andria Gtrerte. a newt-paper adata, ia aa_]
distri. t, andi ht, r iii k-a>wn creditor* and o*_?*
persons in interest may appear et the saaM
tniem.'l plaaaaad show canae, if ant
nave why the p.yer t -A 1 i??titio_.r
aboaid aaa c .raut'-d.
Andu it 'unii'-r ordered ? ?. rt that
tbe rierk tea a_U to air s-pown
>rs copies of said pratitiso and this order,
al ir, -. -ed to them at their places of residence,
V. itne-t th? Hoaorab'a Edmund Waddill,
tr., judge of said court, and the seal thereof at
Alexandria, in said district, on the 9th day
of April, 190)..
JOSEPH P. BRADY, Clerk.
By R, P. W. Gabmstt. Deputy Clerk.
Excelsior for peeking, Mr tha bale, ton or
aarload. . E. & LEADBEATER A dOfrg,
'Ihe Best of Everything.
A Beautiful ?on-Bon Dish
with every pound of Fen?
way _ Chocolates. For a
UK) Kine Street.
Nigbt Bell. Both Ph
TBAB. B. HOOF*, I I G_X.DK_R L. BOOTHB,
PB_8iDt-rr, J J Vice Preaidett.
GBO. -. W__~I___>, CA-HIIB.
First National Bank,
0esIe~aaT4?d Depository ol the
LLPITAL . . |'00,0~
IURPLU8 AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS .... nWaOOl
*_A8. R. HOOPF, J. P. MUIR.
3. L, BOOTHE, M. B. RAELOVt
B. BA EB. JR.
Prompt attention given to all b_dne_t, in
iliding ooliectiont thrroagho.i th* Unite.
)t?U* and F!Itaaatae.
BURKE & HERBERT,
Modernly equipped for banking In Ito va
Depoaito received subject to cheek at eight
Collections made on all pointe.
High-grade investmant seonritiea bought
Letters of Credit and Foreign Exchange
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent,
A Savings Department in which intarest it
allowed on deposits.
W. A. JOHNSON ft CO,
Q-NERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
And Dealer* in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXX
snd Pure Old Bye, Old Cabinet and Mocc
zram Whiskies: also Baker'sami Thora pa-it'i
Pure Rye Whiskies to which they invite tht
attention of the trade.
Orders from the country for merchandise
shall receive prompt attention,
Coasignments of Flour, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, rV which they guarante*
he highest market pric- and prompt retnrns
N. E corner Cameron and Royal Street*.
"lOHN AHERN ?(X>T,~,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROTEB8
And Dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIOCOR8,
.ountry Produce received daily. Our stock
of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraoes every?
thing to bo hod in this line.
Wa hold largely in United -tates bonded
wf_.ho.ae ami cArrr in stock various brandi
cf the beat
PURE B\ ? 'D MALT WHISKIErj
?vie, Have alu,. -ore superior grad*** ot
Foreign 11 1 American
Wa.'E'B, ALES, BROV'N STOUT, kc.
MMT'&niitfvrtiou Guaranteed aa to Print aod
Coraer Prince and Commerc. Street*.
BUILDING MATEBLALS. _^
(Succ-nor to J, Rector Smoot A Ot,)
md ti&m mi.
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, MOULT.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. SHINGLES,
LATHS, NAILS, LIME,
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMIN'
No. 25 north Union rtraet,
Ta rn ber Deli ve?td trna la tha dlr.
HENRY K. FIELD _ GO.
JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT,
Lumber and Mill Wer_
OF ALL KINDS.
Lime, Cement and Plaster
Offloe and Yard 115 N. Union street,
Factory No. Ill N. Lee street,
**m*-Vt>t*r\A Dfllivernd FF. EV In tba Mit,
Foundry, Machine Work
Structural Iron a Specialty
Maoufactar'r of IVent Turban Parap
fer dairy and suburban homes.
Agent for coal oil engine, tho only
safe power around buildings.
Send us your Inquiries for anything in
OFFICE OF TUE CLERK OP
City Hill. April 3.1909,
SEALED PROPOSAL'S, ft drtssed to L. E
Ubltr, < hsirman ofthe <'ommittee rn Light,
will ka received at this .flea until 8 p, m.
Thursday. April _**, 1009 fer furnit-hing the
Qm Works with 'I II REE THOUSAND
TOirg (mora or Mat] at GAS COAL (_?*?,.
pounds to tbe ton), to lc delivered iu the
shfds at tbe works trimmed and benched up,
daring tbe fiscal year commencing .lune I,
_d anding Mav ll, 1919, .'der* w le
acctp'c I by sncce-rfal b dders any dve af er
.warding of contract so thm coal -ill arrive
at the works ou or before July 1, MU.
The coal most be Monon.Hh, Tryrour.el.
Youghioghe.iv, Montana Fairmont, Lineaia
or o: her gas coal of eq us 1 or superior yir'd
and candle pwder. Biddcs cou, give their
figures on sf; ofthe mines, and are reheated
to give candle power yield an anslyis, per
ton coal. ...
The committee reserve the right to reject
any or all bids.
Terms: Cash on 15th day of each month
folio*1 ing descry ol coal.
Py order of the Committee on LtgM.
apr* tl J.R. WALLER. Clerk,
OFFICE OF THE CLERK Op GAS,
Cit-Hall, April 3, 19 9.
BBAL~D l\l()POS *. LS addressed to L. E.
D-Wr, < .airman of the Committee on Light
rhuisday. A uri: ihe ENTIRE
DtTTpnroF 'OA' GAS TAR of the city
Hm Works darirrj the next fiw-l vear. com
raeelaf Jaaa 1, 1999 ar,d eudirg May tl,
910 Bid-art matt agreeto keep the tarin the
areli at all tine* below tte outlet, or overflow
Term": 'etfement m"st be ?sde on tbe
ithoftb^ .ting delivery of tir.
Tbe am t t
light for r-ith
il coiuplianre witb t - ebove pr
fha committee reservee the right to rrj et any
nd a t trida.
apr:; td J. B. WALLEB, Clerk.
VIRGINIA niUTARY INSTIT! TK,
inrtt.rn. Vu. ' - I '.?-:
ATE CADET .
rs June lClii,on firou 'har vin ta _am mt
?jtitu M. W. NICHOL-. -Wt
>alns leave Union Station Alexandria
In Effect January 17th, 19G9.
N. B? Following schedule figure* published
nly a* information, and are not guarantee!
7M7 A. M.?Daily Local between Washing,
on and Danville.
8:07 A. M.-Daily-Local for Harrison,
urg, and way (talion-,;
9.17 A. M.-DaUy-U. 8. Fart Mail. Rtopt
nly for passengers for point* south at which
c bed u len to stop. Flrrelasa coaches, sleep
rs to Birmingham and dra?ing<room sleep
re fo- New Orleana. Dining car terrie*.
<:37 P. M. Daily?Washington and Florid*
imit*d. Sleeping cars between New York, An
asia Aiken ano Jacksonville. Through
irtt-ola. s coaches between Washington and
lackaonville. Dining car service. Tourist to
'aliform ? tri-weekly.
4:32 P. M.-Week Daya-Local for Har
iaonburg and way stationl on Manaaaa
5:12 P. M.?Dally?Local for Warrantor
10:27 P. M.-Dailv-Waahington a;: i Cha
Mooga Limited (via Lynchburg). FL?t
ilase coach and sleeping oar* to Roanoke
knoxville, Chattanooga and Memphis, Blent
ir to Birmingham and New Orleens. Wash
ngton to Roanoke. Dining oar service.
11:02 P. M.-Daily-New York and Naw
Jrleans Limited. All Pullman tr ?n, olu>
_td observation cars to New Orleans. Sleep
ira to Asheville, Atl_nta,e_r Now Orleans,
beeper to Charlotte. Dininv car aervice.
Through trains from the Sonth arrive t Al
-andria 6:13 and 6-.A6 A. M. an<i}12.'3 P. M.
1:13. and 10:23 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg
2:0. P. M. week days and 9:13 P. M. daily,
?"rom Charlottesville 7:53 A. M.
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCD.
Leave Alexandria (W. A O. Station 8:22 A
_. and 3.56 P. M. week days, and 4 59 P.
If. daily t. r Bluemont; 6:35 P. M. week
lays for Lett burg; 9:22 A. M- cn Sundays
mly for Bim mont.
For detailed schedule figures, '.iekets, Pull,
nan reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union TUke
Agent, Alexandria, Ya.
C. H. ACKERT, Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr1
8. H. HARDWICK, Pas*. Traf. Mgr.
W. H. TAYLOE, Gen. P-sseugar Agent.
L. 8. BROWN, General Agent.
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Railway.
In eflect February 25, 190-.
-RAVB AI.RX ANDRIA,
For Washington, from corner Prinoe aod
Royal streets, week days, at 640, *jc5, 6 2r,
3 30, 6 40,6 65,706,715,730, 710,750,8a,
J15, 8 25, 835, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 IO
10 10,10.30,10 60, ll 10, ll 25, ll 36, ll 66 a.
m., 12 10, 12 26, 12 25, 12 56, 1 10, 1 25, 1 35,
1 65, 2 10, 2 25, 2 35, i bb, 3 .5, 3 26, S 35, t 55
t 11.4 25, 4 30,4 40, 455. 6 10, B 25, 5 36, 56 ',
5 t ,r, 6 20, 6 30, 6 45, 7 00, 7 lr>, 7 25. 8 OD.
83,900,930,10 00,1030, ll 10 and 1156
'Sundays?7 00,7 35,810,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20,
940, 100 ,1020, lu40, 1100. 1120 and 1140
t, m., r2 00, 12 20, 1240, 1 CO, 1 20, 1 40, 2 Ol)
2 20.2 40,3 00,3 20, 3 '0, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40,5 00
5 20,640,6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 0U 720,7 40,8 0t*
8 30, 900, 930, 1000. 10 3', and 1110 p.m.
FOE MOtJlTT V-BNOW.
Leave Altland ria for Mount Vernon, week
days, 5 46, 666, 7 56, 851, 10 25, 1100. anti
11 30a. m.; 12 00, 12Z0,1 0), 1 30, 2 00, 2 SO,
3 00, S?0, 4 00, 4 00, 4 40, 5 36, 6 30. 7 35,
8 ft), 9 50, 10 50 am 1150 p.m.
Sundays?7 00, 8 30. 930, io 30,511 30 a. m.,
12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 4 JO, 5 30, 6 30, 7 31
9 46 and 1" 16 p. m.
SCHEDULE FOK ALEXANDRIA CITY CAR.
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60,
10 26, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 SO, 1 05, 1 35,
! Oft, I 46, 3 30, 4 'ft, . 3b, 5 05, 6 45, 6 30,
7 05, 7 45, 8 25, 9 00, :? 40 p. n\
Leave Spring Park 8 06, 8 SO, 8 56, 9 35,
10 10, 10 45, ll 20 a. m.; 12 15, 12 50,
1 20, 1 50.2 30, 3 15, 3 60, 4 20, 4 60, 6 30,
6 05,6 50, 7 25, 8 10, 8 46, 9 26,10 00 p. m.
Washi ngton Southern Ky
Schedule lu eSect Jan. 4th, I
Trains leave Union Station for Weu-iugtoi
and point* north at 8 02,8 23 and 8 33 a. m.,
Vi' I, 2 30, 8 07, 813, and ll SS p. m., weak
Sundays?8 23 and 833 a. m., 12 01, 8 07.
1133 p. m.
For Fredericksburg, Richmond and pointa
south at 422, 4 37, 9 Ti end ll 32 a. m., 4:02,
5 17 (local), and 7 62 p. m., week days.
Sundays?4 37, 7 18, and 9 22 a. m. 4 02,
517 (local), and752 p. m.
Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 33
a. ra. week days.
Non:?Time of arriraJs and depar'oraa
aud connection! not guaranteed.
W. P. TAYLOH.
_J3TF, A SI E B H.
MARYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIR.
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
_ SPRING SCHEDULE.
Steamers of This Line ?*_*_? au? andria
on anti after Msr.-h 23.19C9,
Every TUESDAY. THPR-DAY and SUN
DAY ?t 4:30 p. m.
POU BALTIMORE AND ALL TBA
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS,
Cuisine and appointment* unexcelled,
Freight for Bal timora, Philadelphia aod
Vew York solicited and handled with caro.
Through rates and bills of lading issued,
Single fare to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip,
$3.50. -'?e-erooms, one way, $1.60. Meals. 50o,
REARDON A GRIMES. Agent*,
_Foot of Cameron street.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
Office and Stocks: 115-117 N. Royal St.
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri?
cultural Implements, Vehicles
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
"A-__Ot*8_?, SOUTH UNION STREET, OM
LINE OF SOUTHERN BAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay. Straw and
All Kinds of Mill Feed.
Will always keep in atock the highest gratia
if the-e artinlts.________
John P. Robinson, Geo. 3. Frknch,
ilexandria Fertilizer aod
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid.
.sk your dealer for the Alexandria Fer*
tilizer A Chemical Co.'s Pro.net*.
Capacity: 50,000 tons per anuuin.
Prince** .treet aud Potomac Biver Vt barf,"
V. G. Harvey, jr., I D. C. Richabd&gn
Pree't A Treas. Secretary.
Jryan t Ferti lizer Company
__?T_L______ FERTILIZING MATE.
RIALS, PTTRE RAW BONE 'MD
FLNE GROU.'JD NOVA 800TJA
Officer Parke and Herbert'sback building,
Factory and Wharf: Foot of _v__* ___*.
;. S. LEADBEATER _ Mo,
GLABEKC- O. LBA-BKATIB. Prealdent,
?D WARD 8. tlADBHATBB, Vloa Pre*ride_*.
joh* L-ADB-atxb. Sec and Treanrer
[anofactniinx I_arr_clats and D
ainu, Oils, Window Glaaa, Dyeatnr- I
'nit-Kists'Fancy Govana Speciaiti^a. Ita.
oilers of Tooth Brashes, Hair Bruah*-, Ftr*
towry, Olive Oil, Ac.
Agent* tor John Laces A Co.'*, Tinted
lott Paint*, M-trary'? Liquid Colon as.
eve*. Lead aod Zinc Paint*.
Goods shipped the day order" ls received,
aoutiotu fttrnishtw -by rst.ri n__J, Cot*
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