No kitchen appliancegivessuch
actual satisfaction and real home
comfort as the new Perfection
Wick Blue 1 lame Oil Cook
Stove. ? f
Kitchen work, this ' coming
summer, will be better and quick
?er done, with greater personal
comfort for thc worker, if, instead
of the stiflini* heat of a coal fire,
you cook by the concentrated
Wick Dine Flame Oil Cook-Stove
Delivers heat where you want it?never irhc fit?J
thus it does not overheat the kitchen. 1 OP,
with shelf for warming plates and keepin \ food Im: after . ooked.also
rom enient drop shelves that can be folded back when not in use, and
two nickeled bars for holding towel'..
Three sizes. With or without Cabinet Top. At your dealer's,
oi write our nearest agency.
^**"*^*^ .tarfnl li..ht rr
e Mc*^*/Sro. T A TWO never disap(>oint.?>afe,
iconomical and a won?
derful light giver. Solidly made,
benutifullv nickeled. Your living 100m will be pleasanter
If not with your dealer, write our nearest agency.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
t NEW STORE I
I NEW GOODS NEW PRICES
Everyone is invited to inspect. No trouble
* to show goods. Nothing misrepresented.
See Our Stock of
J)fl lin mvw mmiiiiii
Beautiful Manhattan Shirts,
Pin proof, all Silk Neckwear; something
fine; every plain shade
B. V. D. Underwear. Porous Knit Under-;
wear. Scrivener's Underwear.
Sole Agents for
All colors. They are the kind that it is hard
to wear holes in.
Kauf mann Bros
Up-to-Date Man's and Boy's Store.
402-405 KING STREET.
( 11 \S. R. HOOFF, President GEO. F. WARFIELD, Cashier
G. L. BOOTHE, Vice-President. J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier
The Firs! National Haul,
Of Alexandria, Va.
CAPITAL . . $100,000
Surplus and Net Profits $175,000
Forty-five Years of
C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B; HARLOW
GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr.
WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD
Thia I'ftnk ?tact ita ornDiation, with Hcatiitnl of$100,000i which haa r-ina'nt-l
theravi baa paid to ita ttockholden* in dividtnda | d accumulated 8n un
tliviiU-ti profit of:',*?:">.<00. Its Muk is held hy share hollins, widely distrihuied. Ii*
dire* ter** riv nu cog tlie well-kii'wr mill Mil Martial baalrcai men of thin city. Ita
aatiaJacfonr seivioe in nil department* bas wade for it main biaajda. The patronage
of tbe public is solicited.
JJ Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 <?
Places at your disposal every facility>nd 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 I
Judge C. E. Nicol, Preaident.
John A. Marshall Vioe Preaident.
T. ft Smith, Cashier.
Vf. A. Smoot, Jr.
W. A. aaaMOt,
E. L. Cockrell.
W. R. Sn*ont, Vice Preaident.
S. Rus-*ll Smith, Vic* Preaident.
C. ft Carlin.
A. H. Rector.
P. F. Gorman.
Edward G. Portnar,
Invite your accounts, whether large or small,
both in the Commerci"land Savings Department
with the assurance of careful attention.
Customers in our Savings Department are requested to
bring in their books and have interest due April lift en
ed. We want your account whether it is large or small.
THUR-UMY EVENING, MA* U. 190?.
Ia the presence of Governor Fort, ff
New Jersey, Lieutenant (' ivernor Elly
bod, ol Virginia, and a distinguished
gathering ol cit'zsns aod veterana
o' both tbe blue and the gray, a menu
merit commeoorating tbe aervicpa ol
New Jersey troops at the "Bloody
Angle," near Fredericksburg, waa yester?
day unveiled with appropriate cere?
The unveiling of the monument waa
done by lour young women, two repre?
senting New Jersey.
Several changes had to be made in
the programme at the laat moment, the
most disappointing one being the ab?
sence of Gir, Swanson, of tbe state, who
could not b*) present. He was represented
by Lieutenant G ivernor Ellyson, who
spoke at the unveiling at i'loody Angle.
Gol. Eugene Garter Massie, the gov?
ernor'? chief of staff, took the governor's
place in tbe evening exercises at Salem
Church, when a second monument was
unveiled to the memory of the same
troops, the Fifteenth New Jersey,
Lieutenant Colonel Edward L Camp?
bell, which went into the engagement of
May 12, 1864, witb 429 men and loat
tbe majority of them in killed, wounded
Another disappointment waa the ab?
sence of the commission named by Gov.
Hoke Smith, of Georgia, to receive the
(?attlfflag of the Fourteenth Georgia,
taptured by the Jersey troops in this
-ingagement. The flag ceremony was
therefore omU-ed. A third mishap was
the fact tbat Miss May A. Bowe, wbo
was to have assisted at the unveiling,
was prevented by illness from attending.
After the Bloody Angle ceremony
luncheon was nerved and later tbe entire
party drove to Sslem Church, across
country, where the second unveiling
ceremony took place tbat evening.
For a burn or scald apply Chamber?
lain's Salve. It will allay the pain ri
most instantly and quickly beal the in?
jured parts. For sale by W. F. Creigh?
ton, A Co., and Richard Gibson.
AN ORDINANCE con*cntiii(* to the loca
Hon of a sidetrack or turn mit hy tbe
Southern Railway I'otiipany io Henry street.
txtenilinj- irom the main line of railway in
Henry street Io and into the property nt the
northeast intersection of Cameron ami Henry
Whereas in an ordinance nf the Ci:y Conn
eil of Alexandria, Virginia, approved April
fourteenth, eighteen hundred and niti-ty-two
untied "an ordinrnce autlcrixini* the Ml of
Henry street, Alexandria, Virginia, by thc
Washington Southern Kailwav Company" a
amended hy an ordinance approved ti
twe'fth, Bight* ii hundred and aiattj two,
codded "an ordinance to amend and luonlain
an ordinanoe approved April fourfe
eighteen hundred and ninety-two. entitled BU
ordinance authorizing Un use of Henry street
Alexandria, Virginia, by the WfaahlagtOB
Southern Railway Company," provision is
made for the construction of m -essa ry side
tracks ard turn oatt on may he ai*reed upon
by the (Sty Oonncil: and
Whereas the Southern Railway Company,
tbe assignee of the Washington Southern
Railwav Company, desirae to loca to and ope?
rate a sidetrack or tuinout from the main linc
of railway in Henry rina* to and into the
property at the northeast int. "section of
Cameron and Henry streets, in said City,
thi-re fi N,
Ur it < >rdained hy the City Council of Alas
First: Thatooaacnt is herabi Biran to tba
location and construction of a sidetrack sud
lurnout, the-.sine brina, shown Bpon blue
prim accompanying thiiotdiaaacc, and 'le
seri ?ed bi follow*:
Meginuing at a proposed point of sw itch in
tie Henry street track of Southern Itailway
Conjp:uiy, two hundred thnty live ucl iivc
U Qthl iirth of the point
i!h buddina, lim! o/Cam-ron streiti ia
terseoU the centra Um of Um Henry street
Iraak and measured along said track
1. Hy i BSflabai six (6) turnout to the left.
having a radius of two hundred eight.
and .?inn-tetith- 1879] fest, B distance of
? ?ic and li e ttl Ml lo a point
of compound curve; thanes,
2. Ci iitintiing by a curved line i i ihe left,
through east half cf Henry street, and having
a *-ailiu- of one bandied forty eight and Bve
liinK- 1 I- '?) feel, a di-' mci- of f'Tty eight
and 6va lentils | 49 S feet fi ii |Kiint ul reverse
ii Ry a curve >? ronUauing
i h rough ihe c tat hal of Benn
having a radius ol noe hundred tony eight
uni live tenths 148.6) feet, a daataaee ni
iwentvaavan (17) feet, to the east building
line ol' Henry street: thence,
4 Continuing by the last mentioned curve
ihrotigii ihe land* of Armour >V Company,
a distance of letty five aad aiz-teatha
feet lo K point Of nugent: tin ice,
? continuing thi
laud-of Armour A Company, a distance of
twelve IS fed io the end and I" maintain,
use and oyerau- the snid sidetrack or lurnout
?he -lime not t" obstruct the drainage of Henry
street, or of any Sited leading i? t ? Henry
s'reet, ur the free and convenient t ravel
Baoond: Un- said Railway Com piny shall
- cl and maintain |.r<>|*?r masonry nasin
.it the point on ihe norm -ide of Bald turnout
? herc the nairn- BroBBSa i he gutter on ; he vt- :
side of sa il Bury -ire. t and I
arith the eaten basil- or -
ortheaal intersection of Cameron and Hoary
- by a ftfteen inch vitrihed clay pipe on
a grade ta be eetablial i I by ths
un s rets and the < ity Km.-.
Third: Atao tin-e daring thi Ufa ai this
ordinance shill the -.aid raiUaT coinpanv
periait cats tumid ur remain ii|H.n Un
nf said sailed in Hid Henry -
Fourth. The -ml track sh?l! lie constructed
sud maintained on the giades -iveti hy ihe
City Engiaeer, and shall conform to the curb
and sidewalk M Henry street where it crosses
Um -aid i orb and side-valk.
Fifth: The said'track shall lie planktd over
between Um rails and two feet oottida thc
?ame with plank four inches thick and the
said track and planking shall bc maintained
in good smooth and sound cond.tion, and the
l i ni tn r shall le renewed w nene i. cr so ordered
Sixth: All of saih said work io he diuiK un
ler the lupervision and direction of the
milli con sfeet* snd the City Baal
Seventh: The City Cout.rii reaervea the right
lo alter, amend or repeal thia ordinance.
Kighth: Thia ordiuat.ee shall be in force
F-oiii and aft -r it* -nv
Paaaed thc Common Council, Ai>.
BTJBERT SNOWPKN, Preaident.
I'assed thc Roarti of Aldermen, April '27. X909
.1. R. N. CURTIN, 1'icicent.
"ipproved, May.', XW.
FRED J. PA1F, Mayor.
Teste: Daniei-R. su.miIilkv. clerk C C.
Lithia and Magnesia Springs
Greatest know a Water for Dys
-epsia, Indigestion, Kidney and
Leading Physicians endorse it
ind testify to its great merit
FRANK WARFIELD, Druggist
Sncoenor to WARFIELD A BALL.
PHONE 144 SOLE AGENT.
NW. (Vt??f V?(rfax ?,*-<< tVn-ai f*Kr*a-**
We oiler you for $25. a white full cut dia?
mond iu 14k Titian y Ring Mounting, ii
VTI.DT A HOV.
A ne* line of Belt Pins jost reeei ved at H.
V. Wildt a* Sob's, lim north Rora! atreet.
P a*S?j^M|j3^ P
n ^ti&?Lj\k n
g ^aUHiiirjw^ c
7o Wake up your Liver
anti Purify your Blood
TAKE IT NOW
? THE CENU1NE ha* th* RED Z en
the front ol each package and th*
?Ugnalur-i and *eal ot J. H. ZEILIN
& CO., on tha sid*, IN RED.
m The Best of Everything.
I Bay Rum
? Produced ia Porto Rico.
ay Most Refreshing
? 40c pt. bot.
5 Taylor's Paarm-cy,'
616 KING8TRFFT. (V
Night Bell. Both 1'nones. I
FO(T--'I). Taken uo astray a BIO HAY
HORSE, which the owner can hive bv
proving nropertv and paving charges. WIL?
LIAM ?JIS'-SON, 715 south Lee street.
my ll lOt
sSE WAKEFIELD RYE
THERE IS NO BETTER
WHISKY ON THE MARKET.
THAT CELEBRATED MEDICINAL WHISKY
uarters ftir "7 j.imr-naiD A ru niBAC KING AND
Choic Wines LUWrNl)ACll PROS. AIKREDSTJ,
andLiqu ra ^n.,Mi/nwu imi/J. -,otll-,hones<
Dinrk Mico Water.
all right if you hare us supply it. We st I;
only good, clean solid ice that will last as
long as you could expect it to. No snow or
slush itt* that melts at once and spoils your
temper. We give a gool-ti/ed piece for the
money too. Bti'er let us set vc you regularly
and be sure ol good icc and acons-t-nt supply
MUTUAL ICE CC
Under Government Control.
The Oldest Savings Bank in Washington, D. C.
What is your ambition? Do you want to become
a prominent business man, controlling big industries
ind large capital?
Or is your ambition just to own a comfortable
dome of your own with enough ready money to
Kcure yourself and family against want?
In either case or any case you must save, SAVE
We Fay ;l Percent Interest
Parties living out of Washington and who desire to
)pc n an account with us, may do so by sending a
:heck on their local bank, a Post-Office money order,
>r an Express money order, and we will then send
hem a pass book.
UNION SAVINGS BANK.
710 FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST.
OLD II OI j LY
Old Fashioned, High Grade
Genuine KENTUCKY Whiskey
"Every drink o pleasure."
$1.00 per Quart Gallon $3.50
6 Quarti $5.00
12 Quarts $9.50
Packed in plain wrapped packages, shipped express
prepaid to any address In Virtflni.n.
JOEL M/COCHRAN & CO.
/AGON ANO CARKIA'ir-: RUM.OHMS
The Wagons We Sell
Are strictly first class in every
particular. Experience hMtaught1
us that to pay ? lett dollars more
and get the BEST is the most
economical way to supply our
needs, and we are DOC different
from other folk; then when you
huy a wagon why not get the
hest? Our Weher Farm Wagons
can't he beat. They are strictly
guaranteed, as is also every kind
of farming implements we handle
115 North Pitt Street ?
irginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation
authorized Capital Paid in Capital
J. J. Rtxey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C- C. Leadbeater
ienry K. Field. HenryJSaader, George S^F^nch, J. K. M. Norton1
We act as Executor, Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidel*
y, Contract, Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and
'rust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts
Pe solicit the accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individ
als, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking
Oualitv Established Our Reputation.
New Hotel Rammel
126-130 NORTH ROYAL STREET.
Soft Shell Crabs Steamed Hard Crabs
De'icious Deviled Crabs Little Neck Clams
J KW EL BRM
DIAMONDS OF THE
mounted in pins, brooches, pen?
dants, etc , are ir.vaiiably to be
found at our establishment only.
Our leadership as jewelers is well
known and generally admitted.
What we sell is not more remark?
able that the figures at which we
offer genuine sparklers
H. W. WILDT & SON,
int* North Royal Street.
Hell Phone'"?**> J.
RICHARD fl. WATTLES
Officr and Stokes: iir--1it X. Royal St.
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri?
cultural Implements, Vehicles
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WAKHHOl'MBH. HOI*TH INION tTtMWt, ON
LINE OP SOUTH BUN RAILWAY.
Also Grain, Hay. Straw and
AU Kinds of Mill Feed.
Will alway* keep lu stock the highest "-rad**'
of thew (irlic-lee. nov:'. Iv
0,5 W. Httl-VKY, JR., I D. C. lllCHAKDKOW
I'rti'i A Treas. Secretary.
Bryant Ferti lizer Company
rEETILIZESS, FERTILIZING MATE
BIAL8. PURE RAW HONE AND
FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA
Office): Burke an.l Herbert's bank building.
Factory ami Wharf: Koot of Kau nt**
Alexandria. Va _
John P. Robinson, Geo. S. French,
President. Secretary. 11
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid.
Ask jour dealer for the Alexandria Fer?
tilizer k Chemical Co.'s Products,
('?parity: "iO.oo-O *""? per annuni.
Princess btreet and Potomac River Wharf,;
I am not
comiog after you for
life insurance but the
Prudential rates and
policies are right, and
if you are thinking of
life insurance you
should come after me.
[N80BANCE ami BONDING.
Office 111* .South F-tirfax Street.
ijeneral lusurauce agency
?loom No. 4, Burke k Herbert Bldf.
The companies represented in this offiac
lave assets of ovej *100,000,000. Anions
-then are :
Hertford Fire Insurance Ce.
Liverpool ft London ft Globe,
Aetna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire ft Marine.
Prompt attention given to adjanttneni oi
esses and til matters connected with insur
.net noll lvr
"I WHISK EY
I aaa** IS
iii (CO f\f\
I gallou ot.&C..\J\J
OLD OYERH0LT, $2.75 Per Ga!.
. Our Poohn Oin la ahaolutely mmOm
1- ave*--highly re.'uiuiii^nam fur ri.ii
? pm-eg on nil linn- rv. m-ikI
MM Main. Ins*
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.
616-618 F Street N. W.
j~ WASHINGTON, 0. a
Foundry, Machine Work
tructoral Iron 2 Specialty
Mannfictarrr of Patent Turbin Pump
fi r dairy snd soburban homes.
Agent for coal oil engine, tbe only
safe power around *>ui!diD*-s
Send ns your inquiries for anything io
JESH AND SALTED FISH,
I reeeiviag Ffsfc daily from the shores nf
1 Potomac ami will aupply i-tnlnmei*-" in
t quantities to suit, either fresh or Halted,
experienced packers. Conntry orders so
ted and satisfaction guaranteed.
)?'!' BRAM) OF BABKKLED FISH has l9e9
ays Htood No. 1 in the market. fy
"iih received daily and on sale io city mar I
and delivered to any part of the city. ro,
ill orders will be iliod C. O. D. or on the ?
t references. iE1
leli 'pbcae 1101 maris 2m j sarli
Trains leave Union Station Alexandria
In Effect January 17th, 1909.
N. B? Following-schedule fltHires publish**-*1
only as information, and are not ct-ai-antead
7**17 A. M.- Daily Local between Washing
ton snd Danville.
8*07 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison*
borg, and way stations,;
9.17 A. M.-Dally-U. 8. Fast MaU. Stop
only for passengers for points sooth at which
scheduled to stop. Firs class --caches, sleep?
ers to Birmingham and di-awing-room sleep
sis fo New Orleans. Dining oar service.
4:27 P. M. Daily?Washington and Florid
limited. Sleeping cars between Kew York, An
gusta Aiken ano Jacksonville. Through
r-m'-c'a s coeches between Washington and
Jacksonville Dining car service. Touristic*
AM P. M.-Week Da****-?L-**-**! for Bar
risonburg and way stations on Mantsse
6:12 P. M.?-Daily?Local for Warren*
10:27 P. M.?Daily?Washington and Cha
tanooga Limited (via Lynchburg). Firs
class coach and sleeping oars to fioanok
Knoxville^ Chattanooga and Memphis. Sire
er to Birmingham and New Orleans. Was
ington to Roanoke. Dining car aervioe.
11:02 P. M.-Daily-New York and Nev
Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, dui
and observation cars to New Orleans. Sleep
era to Asheville, Atlanta,an New Orleana
bleeper to Charlotte. Dinin car serrioe.
Through trains from the Sooth arrive a A
sxandria6:13 and 6:38 A. M. and*12:23 P. M.
l-.Xll, and 10:23 P. li. doily. Harrisonburg
12:08 P. M. w*>?k days and 9:1'* P. M. daily,
1 rom Charlottesville 7:53 A. M
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCB.
Leave Alexandria (W. 40. Station 8:22 A
M. and 3.55 P. kl. week days, and 4 69 P.
M. daily t< r Bluemont; fi:.** P. M. week
lays for Leefburg; 9:22 A. ii. on Sunday*
only for Rltiiniont.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets. Pull
Boan reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Tick*
Agent, Alexandria, Va.
C. H. ACKERT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mgr
8. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. H. TAYLOR, Gen. Passenger Agent
L. 8. BROWN, General Agent.
Washington Southern jj
Schedule in effect Jan. 4tb, 1909.
Trains leave Union Station for Washing,
and points north at 8 02,8 23 and 8 .33 a. m.,
12 il, 230, 807. 818, and ll 33 p. m., week
Sundays?8 2.3 and 8 33 a. m., 12 Ol, 8 07,
i 18 are 1133 p. m.
For Fredericksburg, Richmond and points
ion th at 4 22, 4 37, 9 'ii and ll 32 a. m., 4:02,
> 17 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week days,
Sundays?437, 7 18, and 9 22 t. ta, 4 02,
i 17 (local), and 752 p. m.
Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 33
1. m. week daya.
Note:?Time of arrivals and departnref
md connections not guaranteed.
Was hi n^ton -Alexandria d
Mt. Vernon Railway.
In eflect May 1, 1909.
DU VB AXBXAMDBTi,
For Washington, from corner Prince and
Etoyal streets, week days, at 640, 6 06, 6.0,
ItO, 6 40,6 60.706,715,7 30, 7 f0, 7 60, 8' 0.
I 15, 8 26, 8 36, 8 50, 9 10, 9 30, 9 r?0
0 10, 10 30, 10 60, ll 10, ll 26, ll ?0, ll f 0 a.
a., 12 10, 12 25, 12 ?0, 12 ?0, 1 10, 1 26. 1 20,
1 f0, 2 10, 2 25, 2 .:(>, 2 b0,3 05, 3 25, 3 ."5, 3 60
li 4 25, 4 30,4 40, 455. 5 10, 5 25, 5 35, 6 60,
io", 620, 630, 645, 700, 716, 725, 8 00,
8?, 900, 930, 1000, 1030, ll 10 and 1156
Sundays?7 00,7 35,8 10,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 90,
>40, 10 0 , 10 20, lu 40, 1100, 1120 and 1140
1. m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 1 00, 1 20, 1 40, 2 00
120, 2 411, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40,6 00
20.5 40,6 00. 6 20, 6 40, 7 00, 720, 7 40,8 00
30,' 900, 9i0, 1000, 103*. and 1110 p.ni,
ron uovnr vonna*.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, wetk
ays, 6 45, 656, 7 56, 8 51, 1026, ll i'6. a. m.;
.;-, 2 25, 330, 4 40, 6 36, 6 30. 7 35,
(0, 9 50, 0 50*n<* ll bo p. m.
Sunday-*?7 00, 8 30, 930. 10 30,11 30 a. m.,
I SO, l 90, I to, ISO, 4 30. 5 30,' 630, 7 31
46 and 1') 16 p. m.
K-'HKDl l.E POP. ALEXANDRIA CITY CAB.
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60,
ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 30, 1 05. I !b,
06, I 45. 3 30, 4 06, 4 35, 5 05, 6 *5, 6 30,
05, 7 45, 8 25, 9 00, 9 40 p. n\
Leave Spring Park 8 05, 8 30, 8 56, 9 35,
0 10, 10 45, ll 20 a. m.; 12 15, 12 50,
20, 1 50. 2 30. 3 15, 3 50. 4 20, 4 50, 6 30,
06.6 , I to, 9 25, 10 0Op.m.
BRYLAND. DELAWARE ANO VIR
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
I*amer? of This Line lA-ave Ale* ardrie
on and alter Msr.li 23,1909,
very TUESDAY, THniwDAY and SUN?
DAY ot 4:30 p. m.
OR BALTIMORE AND ALL THJ
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS,
Cuisine and appointments unexcelled.
Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia ott
>w York solicited and handled with cars,
Through rates and bills of lading issued.
Mingle fare to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip,
(.50. staterooms, one way, $1.50. Meals, 50a.
REARDON A GRIMES, Agents.
Foot of Cameron street.
W. A. JOHNSONS COS
UNREAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Dealers la
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
ave on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX
id Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mono
am Whiskies: ilso Baker'sand Thompson's
ire Rye Whiskies, to which they invite tbe
ot ten'.ion of the trade,
?den from tbe country for merchandise
shall receive prompt attention.
inripamenta of Flour, Jrain and Country
od nee solicited, for which they guarantee
3 highest market prices and prompt returns
W. h corner Cameron and Roval flt*-**-*
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
HOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
And Dealers in
PURE WINES AND LIQUOR*
untry Prodnoe received daily. Oar stoc*
Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces every?
thing to be had in thia line.
? hold largely in United States bonded
rehouse and carry in stock trarious brandi
of the best _
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
de. Have also in store superior grades ol
Foreign and American
VINES. ALFA BROWN STOUT, <ke.
r^atisfacdoD Guaranteed aa te Priee and
Corner Prince and Commerce Streets.
IvRKifCB C. LiADBEATlB. President,
id wabd u. LKADBBATES, Vice President,
ohs lbadbbatbb. Seo. and Treasurer
ESTABLISH KO ITSa.
Duncioring Pharmacists and Dealeri la
nts. Oils, Window Glass, Dyestuffs, Spicea,
iggiats' Fancy Goods snd Specialties. Inci?
ters of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Per
*ry, Olive Oil, Ac. .. ? . __
?feats for John Lucas A Co.'s. Tinted
ss Paints, Masury's Liquid Colors aud
oe's Lead and Zinc Paints,
oods shipped ths day order Ls rooolvmL
tatious fomished by tonto melL tim.
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DIVJDEWDOFTWO DOLLARS AMD
FIFTY i'BNTS per share will be paid
ie s'ockholders of the Alexandria Watsr
ipanyonand ifter SA'D'RDAY. May 15,
ks will be mailed a tock holde rs.
? order of the Bo* rd of Directors,
it? Ul_Pe-'retarv ard Treasurer
?eelsior (or packing, by the bale, tm- or
>ad#- E. S LEADBEATER *i&ON8,
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