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| NEW STORE
>NEW GOODS NEW PRICES
Everyone is invited to inspect. No trouble
to show goods. Nothing misrepresented.
See Our Stock of
w mn niivw
SA?
Beautiful Manhattan Shirts.
Pin proof, all Silk Neckwear; S3mething?
fine; every plain shade
Choice 50c.
B. V. D. Underwear. Porous Knit Under?
wear. Scriviner's Underwear.
Sole Agents for
Interwoven Sox
All colors. They are the kind that it is hard X
to wear holes in.
Kauf mann Bros f
Up-to-Date Man's and Boy's Store.
402-405 KING STREET.
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CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. CFO. E. WARFIELD, Cushier
G. L. BOOTHE, vice-President J. J GREEN, Asst. Cashier
The FirsI ialional Bank
Of Alexandria, Va.
CAPaTATTTT?!. 00,000
0-0??0-0
Surplus and Net Profits $175,000
1C% s _ Forty-live Years of 4 f\f\lTm
O04 CZni^nfe I"?
DIRECTORS:
C. R. HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B; HARLOW
GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr.
WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD
This bank ninoe ita orpt-nization, -with aranital offlOO.OOO, whirli has innained
tbe sane hs*- paid to itt nrrkholderr- in div.'. 0, awl ncmmulated sn un?
divided prent of $H*5,<00. ItssHik is held by lhere holde re, ui.le!y diatribiitad. Ju
direttore ere evoDg ihe well-knowR tod mhsianiii. l b nato cw eora ot this city. Iis
?stis/Bitory torrie* IB ell departments ha*- made for it many frit ads, The pall' iiac'
of the public is solicited.
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I mmm miwul bink
Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 X
CENTRALLY LOCATED.
Places at your disposal every facility^and service offered
by any Conservative Bank.
Considerate conservatism in hanking is to care for many
Interests
We are prepared to properly care for yours.
The Board of Directors of the .Alexandria National Bank :
Jndpe C. E. Nicol, President. VV. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall. Vice Praeidect- 8, Russell Smith, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Cashier, C. 0. Carlin.
Vf. A. Smoot, Jr. A. i I
W. A. Smoot. P. F. Gorman.*
E. L. Cockrell. Edward Ci. Poitner.
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 April 1st en- ?
tered. We want your account whether it is large or small. *?
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Drink Mico Water.
Have ls Fill Your ICE
? ! -1 Box
with Rood, elna iee from now on. We de
lifer ray nie piece von rt-ijuire and never
disappcint von. Better pay ni h small ,um
for ice than have your in-ats, milk, butler,
<ti , spoil oo your bauds. Semi us yow name
aud address anti our ragon will bv there with
a supply ofthe beet ice it is poKib't to get.
o?0?o
MUTUAL ICE CC
Phone 51
WAKEFIELD RYE
See that you
purchase that
which is best
THERE IS NO BETTER
WHISKY ON THE MARKET.
THAT CELEBRATED MEDICINAL WHISKY.
"<_?_?' LOWENBACH BROS. ?&&?
and Liquors I^VHUlUrtVU UH VJ. Uoth Phones.
Ou-ility Established Our Reputation.
KAMMEL CAFE
New Hotel Ramtnel
126130 NORTH ROYAL STREET.
Soft Shell Crabs Steamed Hard Crabs
Delicious Deviled Crabs Little Neck Clams
Both Telephones.
MONDAY KVENINO, MAY X7, 1909.
THE POSTAL 8TRIKE IN PARIS.
The poital strike Id Peria is dow practi?
cally deed. The government officials ta
noance that only 400 men are oat, and
these were expected to return thia morn?
ing. At a meeting last night -l.OOO
postal employes listened to violent
harangues from the labor leaders, who
prophesied that grave events would hap?
pen today ia the direction of action by
tbe outside anions. A reeoiution was
adopted tbat the struggle be continued
to a finish.
Two other meetings under tbe auspices
of organiz-d union syndicates were
charactized by revolutionary speeches, in
rhich it was declared tbat the "the
workmen's 1791 is at hand."
If. i'ataud, the electricians' loader,
evoked enthusiasm, when he recommend?
ed tbe overthrow of tbe existing regime
One of the speakers, however, admitted
that many uniots were not ready to strike
and the asiemblies broke up arter adopt?
ing resolutions proclaiming the solidarity
of the postal em ployes. The desperation
ol the strike leaders is evidenced by tbe
(act that destroctive measure-- are nour
being carried out, following threats re?
cently made.
A (tang in an automobile yesterd-y
cut 30 ot tbe cbiel out going cables at
various points on tbe outskirts of Peri*.
Thc re have been several r.-tses of wire
cuttiog io tbe provinces. Oil and other
liuida have been poured into tha letter
b >xes and in one instance the oil wh set
on tire, many letters being destroyed.
OPENING AND CLOSING OP MAILS
Northern mails, week days, close at 7 10 a,
m. and ll 30 a. m., and '2 00, 2 30,
8 15 and 10 15 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.,
12 00 m. and 5 00 p. m. On HundaysNorthern
mails clow at 7 lt) o. m., 230, and 7 20
'm.
Soathern mails via Charlottesville close at
7.10 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20, 4 30 and 1015
p. m. Open at 8 00 a. ni. and 6 00 p. m.
Soathern mails, via Richmond, close at
8 45 and 10 30 a. m., and 3 20, 7 16 and 10 30
p. m. Open at 8 a. m., 12 ni and 4 p. m.
Uansssas Division mails close at 7 10 a. m.
and 3 20 p. m. Open at 12 30 and 9 30 p.m.
Alexandria and Round Hill mails close ai
7 30 a, m., and 100 p. m. Open at 9 00a. rn,
and 7 09 p. m.
Chesapeake and Ohio mails close at 3 20 p.
n. _ad 10 15 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and
)00p. m.
Washington mails close at 7 10, a. m. 8 45
and ll 30 a. m., and 2 00, 2 30,
8 15 and 1015 p. m. Open at H 00 a. m.,
1200 m. and 5 00 p. m. and 830 p. m.
Office Hours?Open at 8 00 a. m. CIom al
6 00 p. m.
Sunday Honrs?Open at 800 a. m. Clots
at 1000 a. m.
Carriers' Schedule? Collection made on in?
side routes?o' 15 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and
ft 30 p. m. Foll route?6 15 a. m. and 530 p.
Sunday c-.llection 4 45 p. m. Carriers'
window open Sunday SOO a. m. and clots
1000 a. m.
Deliveries made 8 00 a. m. 1 20 p. m. and
5 00 o. m.
All mail should be in tbe office ten minuter
liafinrs nar I nd I na UH Mm* tor i-ln-rin*.
DRY GOODS.
Ladies' Wash
Suits
Ladies' Linon Poplin
Coat Suits in all the new
shades, old rose, new blue,
natural, tan, wistaria and
white. These are tailor
made, neatly trimmed, $10
value, special for this week
$6.98
Ladies' gray and white,
tan and white stripe suits,
linon finish. $5 value at
Ladies' Lingerie Batiste
Princess Dress, colors,
light blue, pink, tan, and
white, embroidery and
lace trimmed. $5 value at
$3.98
Ladies' Percale Princess
Jumper Suits. $2.98 value
$1^98
D. Bendheira
AND
Sons
316 KING STREET.
BELL 'PHONF. HOMF 'PHONE
OTTERBURN
Lithia and Magnesia Springs
WATER.
Greatest known Water for Dys?
pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and
Liver Troubles.
Leading Physicians endorse it
and testify to its great merit.
FRANK WARFIELD, Drnggisl
SMOMMtr io WARFIELD A HALL.
PHONE 144 SOLE AGENT.
N vY. 0o*_*_ rtlrtax ajti triton -tren*
i
WAQON AND CARRlAUl. BUIt-OBgJ
The Wagons We Sell
Are strictly first class in every
particular. Experience has taught
us that to pay a few dollars more
and get the BEST is the most
economical way to supply our
needs, and we are not different
from other folk; then when you
buy a wagon why not get the
beat? Our Weber Farm Wagons
can't be beat. They are strictly
guaranteed, as is also every kind
of farming implements we handle
HYER5 BROTHERS
115 North Pitt Street _
C.'OARiS
A Gentleman's Cigar
to fit a poor man's pocket. That s
what the Choice is So if you
have a taste for good ci-jai s but
haven't felt you could afford
them,
Smoke a Choice and Be
Happy.
We wont tell you how excellent
is the tobacco in it That you
can judjje by the cigar s flavor
and aroma We just say try a
Choice and it will do the rest.
Hamilton & Co.,
323 KING STREET.
LEGAL NOTICES
V[BOINIA.-la thc Clerk's OttOO of tte I
Corporation '-.uti of the city of Alexau
dria, on the 10th <Uy nf May, HM.
Minnie A. Walker )
vs \ tu chancery.
Irani T. Walker I
Memo. The object of this suit is lo procur* a
divorce a viikuIo iu At'r i [ix >n ii from the defen
dsnt.
lt :ipieariii?* hy an affidavit died in this
cans-tint the ff*, tl-laat. Ernest T. Walker
ia a non-resident of this Mtate: ll in Ordered,
That slid defendant SDpesr here within
fifteen d?y? after due publication of this or?
der, a Jil do what ii nec-asary to protect his
iutere.t n thi*. mit, anti that a copy of this
order Ih forthwith inserted ll the Alexan?
dria Caz-tte, a newspaper published in the
Cttj ot Alexandria, oi.ee a week for four sue
eeaaive weeks, and pouted at the front door of
the Conrt House of this'-it**. A copy?Teste
NEVELL B. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
Charles lieiidheiui, p. '(. may 10 witt in
VIRGINIA?In the Clerk's office of tne
Circuit Court of the city of Alexan?
dria, on the 5th day af May, 1909
Mary Kane, bl her next best
friend, John Davis,
vs. [ Chancery
Samuel E. Kane.
Memo. The ohject of this suit is toohtsin an
absolute divorce from the defendant, upon
the--round of d'sertion for a period of over
thru- veHrs, willi le ve to the complainant tn
rmomt her maiden name of Mary Davis and
fi?r general relief.
It appearing hy an affidavit Hied in thi". cause
that the defendant, .-amuel E. Kane,is a non?
resident nf this State:
It is Ordered: That said defendar.t appear
here within lifteen day.-, after due pabHeatiofl
ot this order, ard do ? bal i-t DC* e-sarv U> pro?
tect In- Interest in tbis -nit, aad that a copy
beforthu ith inserted intheAleisn iriaGartte
a uewspn*>er published in the City of Alex?
andria, once a ufck for four successive
weeks, nnd poeted at the front door ol' the
Court House of this city.
A copv ?Ti
NK.VKI.I. ri. i.RKF.NAWA V, Clerk,
Charles Hendlieim, p. |,
mayfi w4wtir _
1 ,D
I Chane
V
VIRGINIA.-in the Clerk's olin e ofthe
CorponUien Court of the city of Alexan?
dria, cn the 24th day of April, 1909.
John F. Kuipey,'omphinant |
vs. { In
Mary Ai*ne? iFinleyjKmpey, ' chancery.
deft" dint. I
Memo. Tho object of ibis suit ia to obtain
an sbt-olute divorce for the i omplainaut, from
tbe defendant.
lt appearing by an affidavit filed in this
cause that the defendant, Mary Agnes (Fin
? tatty is a non-resident at this State : It
is Ordered, That said defendant appear here
within fifteen days after doe publication of
? his order, and do what is necessary lo protect
lier interest in this suit, and that a copy of
thia order ba forthwith inserted in the Alex?
andria Gazette, a newspaper published in the
city of Alexandria, ouce a week for four suc?
cessive weeks, and posted at the front door
Bf tht Court Home nf this ritv.
A Copv.? I ;
N-VELL S. GREENAWAY. Clerk.
Bobiaaon Moncure, p. <?.
H?r'j*> ** -w-m
IHGIN'IA.?ln tbe Clerk's office of the
DotpofUioa Court of the city of Alexan?
dria, on the bm day of May, 1909.
In ru e'tate ot William " atson, lunatic.
Memo: Thc fbj-ct ol this suit is tn have
the pinp.rty of the non-re ident insane per
1 i. I in ui Watson, tiansferred to a foreign
commit e?, nuder Section 'ltj'19 et al of the
Virginia Code,
It appearing hy an affidavit filed in this
cause that Um defendant-, Mary R. Watson,
Mary J. Watson and Willum Watson are
non-residents of this State: It is Ordered, That
the said Mary R. Wats-m, Mary J. Watson,
and William Watson snd creditors and all
other persona having any interest herein
do appear here within fifteen days
after due publication nf this order, and do
what is necessary to protect their interests in
this suit, and that a copy of this order be
forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette,
a newspsper published in the city of Alexan?
dria, once a week for fonr successive weeks,
and posted at the front door of the Court
House of this eily.
A copy?Tl
NEVELL a GREENAWAY. Clerk.
Leo P. Harlow, p .j.
max fi wswtw_
VIKGINIA.-In the Clerk's Office ofthe
Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria,
on the 13th day of May, 1
Florence J.' Hassler I
vs. \ lu Chancery.
Roy I). Hsssler j
Memo: Ihe object ol'this toil is toohtsin
an absolute divorce for complainant from the
tbe defendant.
It appear ir g hr en affidavit filed in this
oau-t thst tte det-ndsnt, Roy D. Hassler is a
non resident ol' this State: Il is Ordere-I, That
-aid defendant apolar here within fifteen
days after due publication of this order, and
do what is necessary to protect his interests in
thi? auit, and that a copy of this order be
forthwith inserted in the Alexsndria Gazette
a newspaper published in the City of Alexan?
dria, once a week for four successive weeks,
and posted at the front door of the Court
Houm: of this city.
A copy? 11
NEVELL H. GREENAWAY.
Cha'les Rendheini, p. b.
msy 13 wsw th
VIRGINIA.-Ir tbe Clerk's Office ofthe
? Corporation Court of the City of Alexan
dria, on the 15th day of Msy, 1909.
Rosa Pavsiini and Alexsndc- I'avarini, her
husband, complainants vs. Giuliano Dolcini I
defendants. In chancery.
Memo. The object of this snit is to obtain
a partition by sal. of the real estate of w hich i
i Doleral die*! sala*) and a diatribe*-j
tion taj the proceeds thereof amongst those en- '
titled thereto. <
It appearing by an affidavit filed in this J
cease that the defendsnt, Giulisno Dolcini,
isa non-resident of tbis State: It is Or
dered, Tbat said defendant appear here with?
in fifteen days after due publication of this ' (
order, and do what is necessary to protect i
his interests in this suit, snd tbat a copy of i
this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan ?
drja Gazette, a newspaper published in the
city of Alexandria, once a w?ek for fonr eoe- ,
eeeeive weeks, and posted at the front door of
the Court House of this city.
A copy?TrsTR
NEVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk.
Charles Bendheim, p. q. myl5 wsw-a
We offer yon for $25. a white lull cat dis
BUILDING MATEHLALb.^
SMOOT & CO
(Snooeesor to J. Reeler Smoot A Oe,)
STEAM FLOOMU
Ml PLAM9 ILL
Manufacturers ot
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, MOULD?
INGS, Ao.
DEALERS IN LUMBER. SHINQLEB,
LATHS. NAILS, LIME,
CALCINED PLASTER and GEMINI
No. 25 north Union street,
Alexandria, Va.
Lamber Delivered free in the Mtv.
[ESTABLISHED 1823,1
HENRY K. FIELD & CO.
Snooeesors to
JOSIAH H. D. SMOOT,
Lumber and Mill Work
OF ALL KINDS,
Lime, Cement and Plaster
Offloe acd Yard 115 N. Union street.
Factory No. Ill N. Lee street.
J_h Material Delivered FREE in the eily,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER.
Steel Die
Embossed Stationery
"Alexandria Virginia"
In dark blue letters. The very
latest. For Hale by
O?O? 0?0
S. F. DYSON & BRO.,
508 KINO ST.'
Next to Opera House.
Bell Telephone 271\.
GEORGE E. PRICE & CO
Dealers ia
FRESH IND SALTED FISH,
Are receiving Fish daily from the shores of
the Potomac and will supply customers in
any quantities to suit, either Freeh er aaltad,
by experienced psckers. Country orders so?
licited and satisiaetion guaranteed.
Ot'R RRAND OE BARRELED FISH has
always stood No. I in the market.
Fish received daily and on sale in city mar
ket and delivered to any part of the city.
All orders aili tie tilled C. O. D. or on the
beet reference*.
Bell 'phona 1104. marlfi 2m
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ff) The Best of Everything. ao
IMPORTED
: Bay Rum j
to Produced in Porto Rico, to
2 Most Refreshing.
? 40c pj^ bot.
? Tay'or's Pltarmicy,
:tot KING STREET.
Night Bell. Both ['hones.
_MEETING
THEANNrfAL MEETING of the
holders of tbe LINCOLN LAND AND
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY of Washing
ton.P C., Incorporstad, for tbe election of di?
rectors and officers and such other bn*-iness ss
may properly come before the meeting will
beheld on Wednesday, May 19th, 1909. at it
office, 111 South Eairftx Htrcet, Alexandria,
Va . pursuant to adjournment of May 12th
1909. Polls open from 2 to i p. m.
J. HENRY BROWN Secretary.
my/5 td
j. & B.lml_soN7
Machinists and Engineers.
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Engineers and Machinists
Supplies,
Pipe, P ipe Fittings, Valves, Ftc
Blacksmithing and Repair?
ing Promply Executed
Office or thb State Hk.ii" ay
i: Hu.ii" AY I
Cum mission, }
Va., May 8. 1909. I
Fichmnnd.
Rids will be received st ibis oftioe unti
rioon.TTTE-iDAY. May 25, 1909, on the fol?
lowing maeadam roads.
Prom Rosslyn towards Falls Church in
Alexandria county, for one mile, witb tbe
?riviles*enf more.
From Sn. Ito to Sta. 235 on the road
rom Fairfax Court House towards the city ot
Mexandris, with tbe privilege of adding an
xtra mile.
Plans and specifications may be seen at this
iftice, or at Alexandria Court House and
'airfax Court House.
An Engineer will be at Alexandria Court
louse st 9 o'clock and st Fairfax Conrt
louse at 2 o'clock on May 19th, to go over the
rork with prospective bidder-.
A certified check for $2?0 to accompany
sch bid io each rountv.
Specifications furnished on application U>
bia office.
~he right is reserved to reject any and all
P. St. J. WILSON.
State Highway Commiaeioner.
may 10 mw 2w
Chas, ii ?OOVP.I IQ-X-VU L. Bootbk
I'KKsidb.n r. J j Vice Preaident,
6?0, k. wakkiki.I', cA*HU_t
First National Bank,
AXKXAKDBU. VA.
Designated Depository of tlie
United Btatet*.
CAPITAL I100.0M
-SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED
PROFITS . . . . -j-feOQf
Directors:
CHAS. E. HOOFF, J. F. MUIR.
G. L. BOOTHE, M. B. HAJUOW
B, BAER, JR.
Prompt attention given to ail bail ness. In.
duding collections thro-aghmjt tbe lleitad
S*'ss and Ku rot**.
ESTABLISHED 185SL
BURKE & HERBERT,
Bankers.
Modernly eqiipped for banking in its vari
ous bra-ices.
li p -dis received subject to check at sight
Colle'tious made on all pouits.
High-|*r-de investment securities bought
and sold.
Letters of Credit atd Foreign Exchange
funii*h?d.
Hafe l>e[Kaiit Boxes for rent.
A Savings Mepsrtuieut in which Latent* is
allowed on depot its.
JEWEL BBa
DIAMONDS OF THE
PUREST WATER
mounted in pins, brooches, pen?
dants, etc , are invariably tu 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. VV. WILDT & SON,
10b North Royal Street. i
Bell Phone 345 J. .
_QMOOBBIBB, _
W. A. JOHNSON & CO,,
WHOLESALE GBOCEB8.
QKNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT*
And Deniers In
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
Have on hand Gibson's XX. XXX, XXXX
and Pera Old Bye, Old Cabinet and Mono
mm Whiskies ? also Baker'saud Thompson'*
Pure Bye Whiskies, to which they invite thi
attention ofthe trade.
Orden from the oountry for n-erchandise
shall receive prompt attention.
Consign men M caf Flour, Ortun and Connt*-**
Prodnce solicited, for which they guamnu*.
be highest market prices and prompt returns
N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streots
JOHN AHERN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
And Dealers In
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS.
foniiiry Prodnoe received daily. Oar ttoek
of Plain and Fancy Groceries: euibracee every
thing to be had in this line.
We hold largely In United States bond*-)
warehouse and carry in stock various brandi
of the beat
PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES
made. Have also in store superior grad-1 of
Foreign and American
WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT, As.
lt?action Gnaran teed tu to Price an<
Quality.****
?"Vii?a. t*i-fni--> nnd Pommo****-*- fl*?aaf?.
AOK10ULTU1.AL.
RICHARD H. WATTLES
MAJTUrAOrURBB OP
FERTILIZERS
Offick andStokkh: 115-117 N. Hoi ?
Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri
cultural Implements, Vehicles.
Harness, Field and Garden Seeds.
WaR***HOl*8R8, 801'TII INK'S KT Kl* KT, O!*
LINK OF Kll'THKKN RAIL-'AT,
Also Grain, Hay, Straw and
All Kinds of Mill Feed
Will al ways keep iu stock the highest grade
of thew* article*. nov5 Iv
ti." W. HarvKY, Jr.., I D. C. RlOttABMOM
Pres't & Treas. Secretary.
-TBK
Bryant Ferti liner Company
Manufacturers of
rERTILIZERa, FERTILIZING MATE
RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND
FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA
LAND PLASTER.
Office]: Burke aud Herbert's hank building.
Factory and Wharf: Foot ol Uno* ?*_-??.
Alexnn.-tria. Va
Joh*** P. Robinson, Gko. S. Krknch,
President. Secretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
Chemical Company.
MANTTFaCTUBFRfl OK
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma?
terials & Sulphuric Acid.
Ask your dealer for tbe Alexandr!.". Fer?
tilizer k Chemical Co.'s Products.
Capaclt): *VO,'M>0 tons per a tm hm
Princess Street md Potomac River Wharf,
Alexandria..Viri*iuia.
IN8URANCE
taeral Insnranee Agency
LAURENCE STABLER,
Room No. 4, Burke k Herbert Bid**.
The companies repreaeoted in this office
haveasseu of over $100,0*0,000. Among
others are :
Hartford Fire Insurance Ce,'
Liverpool k London k Qlobe,
Atna Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co.
Springfield Fire A Marine.
Prompt attention given to adJi-Htuient o
oases and all mattera connected with li.su/
him <y<M Itt
Motor Boat
INSURANCE
Fire and Marine.
^otect Against Damage of
any Kind.
tiARRIE^VVHITE
INSURANCE and BONDINO.
Otooa 119 Amt- Fairfax Street,
RAILBOAD81
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Trains leers Union Statfon Alexandria
In Effect January 17th, 1909.
N. B?Following schedule -gores published
only as information, and are not guaranteed,
7:47 A. M.- Daily Local between Washing?
ton and Danville.
8*07 A. M.-Daily-Loe_l tor Harrison
bare, and way stations.;
9.17 A. M.-DaUy-U.S. Fast Malt. Stop*
only for passengers for points south at whioh
scheduled to stop. Firs*claw coaches, sleep?
ers to Birmingham end drawing-room sleep
era fo- New Orleans. Dining oar aerrioe.
4:37 P. M. Daily?Washington and Florida
limited. Sleeping oars between New York, Au?
gusta Aiken ano Jacksonville. Through
nrst-cla- s coaches between Washington and
Jacksonville. Dimug car service. Tourist to
Cali-'*-*"* - tri-weekly.
4:32 P. M.?Week Days-Looal for Har?
risonburg ead wey stations on Msnisea
branch.
6:12 P. M.-D?ily?Local for Warrentoi
ami Charlottesville.
10:27 P. M.-Daily-Washington and Cha'
tanooga Limited (ria Lynchbu-g'. First
class coach and sleeping oars to Roanoke
Knoxville, Chattanoom and Memphis. Sleep
er to Birmingham and New Orleans, Wash?
ington to Roanoke. Dining oar aervioe.
11:02 P. M.-Daily-New York and New
Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, drib
and observation cara to New Orleans. Sleep?
ers to Asheville, Atlanta,ano New Orleana,
Sleeper to Charlotte. Dinini* mr service.
Through trains from the South arrive Ol Al
exaudria 6:1*5 and ti:.'"-- A. M. and'12:2'l P. M .
8:13, and 10:23 P. M. daily. Harrisonburg
12:1)8 P. M. week days and 9:13 P. M.daily.
From Charlottesville 7:63 A. M.
TRAINS ON BLDEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Alexandria (W. &(>. Station Ida A
M. au.l 3.55 P. M. week days, aud 4 69 P.
M. daily fir Bluemont; 6:36 P. M. week
days for Lerthurg: 9:22 A. M. on Sundays
ouiv for Bim tm-ut.
For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pull?
man reservation, etc., apply to
WILLIAM 0. LKiTEW, Union Ticks
Agent, Alexandria, Va.
C. II. Ai KKl'.T, Vire Pres. and Gen. Mgr*
S. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr.
W. H. TA YLOE, Gen. Passenger Agent.
L. S. BROWN, General Agent.
_ Washington, D. C._
Washington Soathern Ry
Schedule in effect Jan. 4th, MK
Trains leave I'uio.. Station for Washington
and points north at 8 02, 8 23 and 8 33 0. m..
Vi 11, 2 30, 8 07, 8 18, and ll 33 p. m., week
?lavs
Sundays?8 23 and 8 33 e. m., 1801,8 07,
8 18 enc 11 33 p. m.
For Fredericksbnrg, Richmond end points
south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and ll 32 e, m., 4:03,
5 17 (local), and 7 52 p. m., week daya,
Mundays?4 37, 7 18, and 9 22 a, m. 4 02,
517 (local). and 7 52 p. m.
Accommodation for Fredericksburg at 9 33
a. m. week days,
Noth :?Time of arriyals end deperturea
and connections not guaranteed.
W. P. TAYLOR.
_Traf. Mgr._
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Railway.
Inetlect May 1, 1909.
I.KAVK AI.KXANbKU,
For Washington, from corner Prince eu4
Royal streets, week days, at 6 40, 6 06, 6.C,
6 3d, 6 40, 6 65,7 05, 715, 7 30, 7 40, 7 60, 8 ('G,
8 UL 8 to, ?ML 8 60, 9 10, 9 30, 9 r?.
10 10, 10 30, 10 50, ll 10, ll 25, ll 20, ll (0 a.
m.. 12 10, 12 26, 12 30, 12 ?0, 1 10, 1 25. 1 iO,
1 60, 2 10, 2 26, 2 SO, 2 60,3 06, 3 26,1 36, 3 50
I lU 41 K, 4 30,4 40, 4 55. 6 10, 6 25, 5 il, 6 60,
6 ii ,630, 6 30, 6 45, 7 00, 715, 7 25. 8 00,
8 3*, 900, 9 30, 10 00,1030, ll 10 and 1165
p. m.
Sundays?7 00,7 35,810,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20,
9 40, 10 0 , tl] SO, Hi 40, ll 00. ll 20 and ll 40
'a. m., 12 1*0, 12 20, 12 40, 1 (JO, 1 20, 1 40, 2 00
S 20, 5 4(1, 3 00, 3 20, 3 40, 4 00, 4 20, 4 40,6 00
5 '20, 6 40. 6 00, 6 20, 6 40, 7 00, 7 20, 7 40, 8 Oo
830.' 900, 930, 1000, 1031, end 1110 p.m.
FOR MOUKT V***R**0***.
Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week
day. 6 45, i;". , IO IS. ll I?:"., a. m.;
0, 4 40, 5 36, 6 30, 7 35,
50, i0 50--.ii.- 1150 p. m.
i-.iiKli-.yrt?i 00, 8 30, 930. 10 30.T11 30 a. m.,
I, 4 30, 630, 630, 730
8 lt; and io 16 p. in,
bC'HKDHLK FOK A I. KIA NP RI A CITY CIR.
NOI.YHKOIjND.
Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 50,
10 25, ll 00, ll 35 a. m.; 12 30, 1 06, 1 36,
' 45, I 30, 4 (5, 4 36, 6 05, 6 45, 6 30,
7 05. 7 45, 8 26, 9 00, 9 40 p. l?,
80UTHBOUN1*.
Leave Spring Park 8 06, 8 30, 8 65, 9 35,
10 10, 10 45, ll 20 a. m.; 12 15, 12 60,
! 20, 1 50. 2 IO, I 15, 3 60, 4 20, 4 60, 6 30,
6 06, 6 60, 7 25, 8 10, 8 45, 9 25, 10 00 p. m.
____S'- i -. _
MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIR?
GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY.
8PBXNG SCHEDULE.
Steamers of This Lin* Leave A lei end ria
on and after Mav 15, 1909,
Kvery MONDAY, WEDNbi-JDAY, aud
SATURDAY at 4-30 p. m.
""OB -ALTIMORE AND ALL TU!
U-UAL RIVER LANDINGS.
Cuisine and appointments unexcelled,
Ireight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and
ft> w York solicited and handled with oars,
Tnrongh rates aud bills of lading issued.
Bingle faro to Baltimore, $2,50; round trip,
(3.5J. -naUrooma, one way, $1.60. Meals, 50a,
REARDON A URI to EH, Ag-nts,
Foot of Cameron ?' i esl.
jriCRWOOD
WHISKEY
M "li-rn lmpro-f,<i Wtil-.ic..y tf
$2.00
OLD OVEBHOLT, $2.75 Per Cal.
? Onr Ilnnhu Oin ls atnoIulWjr I
pads <?! ii.-* i
?vars
Wt -it -i-lci-a on all n-j<i. ^raj, >mA
for Muns
MW _
THE JOHN WEDDERBURN CO.
Leading Wholesalers,
615-618 F Street N. W. tim*
?~ WASKIHGTON, D. a
rt
I. S. LEADBEATER & SONS.
CTLARKNCK C. I.RA DB BATIK President,
WDWARDS, lkai-bratib. Vice President.
JOH* I.KADBKATBB. Hot-, and Treasurer
KSTABIdBHKD 17*?_.
(iHCOBrORATID.lj
*AVV#
faonfactnrinc- Pharmacists and Dealers la
airts. Oil?. Window Glass, Dyestafls,!-tpi--ss>
>rng-;isto' Faney floods ami Hper-ialties. fm
nrters of Tooth Brushes, Hair Brashes, Per
imery, Olive Oil, Ac.
Agents for John Laoee A Co.'s. Tinted
los* Paints, Masnry's Liquid Colors aad
evo?'n I*<vi and Zinc Paints.
Goori* r-hipped the day order if reeef-sd,
notations furnished by rotoro mall. O?.
._...! ? ? ?.'!,-?.?*?. _____
Auction Sale.
By virtue of an order of the O.rpor-ition
>nrt ofthe City of Al'-nsn-lrisente-eil in the
it of thr- Cl*- Cowell of ?***'"____' Th?
iele Webster, fAdgmeat oo ettsrbment i?
leaodersigaedsM RATPK
M day os* Mer, I'sm, at ll s. n..
ll sell at publi- siiftion. for cash, on the
... il. south Fairfsv -.treei. P-t
?scr.'s store rv ra, in the rity ol Alexsndria,
i.. the following property snd et'.
?hed sud leried on under said attachment,
wit: 1 Piano.
ROBERT H. COX, City Sergeant.
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