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__*e you one oi flje thousands cf women who Huff erf rom female aibkentst If so, don't be discour "agcd, co to your druggi-?t _nd get a bottle of Wine of ?Cardui. On the wrapper are full directions for use. During the last half century, Cardui has been ?established in thousands of homes, as a safe remedy -foT pain which only Women endure. It is reliable, contains _# harmful ingredients and can be depend? ed on in almost any case. CARDUI It WIU Help You j? Tfitt, CSorlea Bragg, of Bweetser, Ind., trie***! Caritlut She [trrites: "Tongue tyuxnot tdH how mach Cardui has done for me. Before I began taking Cardui 1 ootild not do a day's work. I [ would wor^f: awhile and lie down. I ihall always give praise to your | lediciae.*..flory OarduL AT ALL DRUG STORES Virginia Safe Deposit & Trust Corporation ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA, Authorized Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00_$300,000.00 T^RECTORS.T C. J. Rlxey, John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C C. Leadbeater Henry 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 methods. _ J Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 CENTRALLY LOCATED. Places at your disposal every facility'and service offered by any Conservative Bank. Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for many Interests. We are prepared to properly care for yours. The Board of Directors of the Alexandria National Bank : Jud pe C. E. Nicol, President. John A. Marshall, Vioe President. ith, Cashier. W. A. Smoot, Jr. W. A. Smoot. E. L. Cockrell. W. B. Smoot, Vice President. 8. Russell Smith, Vice President. C. C. Carlin. A. H. Rector. P. F. Gorman. Edward G. Portner. Invite your accounts, whether large or small, 4} both in the Commercial and Savings Department with the assurance of careful attention. Customers in our Savings Department are requested to bring in their books and have interest due April 1st en? tered. We want your account whether it is.large or small. CHAS. R. HOOFF, President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier G. L. BOOTHE, vice-President. J. J. GREEN, Asst. Cashier The First National Bank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPirrXiTTT"$Too,ooo Surplus and Net Profits $175,000 1864 Forty-five Years of Conservative Banking. DIRECTORS: 1909 C. R.'HOOFF JAS. F. HUIR M. B; HARLOW | GARDNER L. BOOTHE B. BAER, Jr. WALTER ROBERTS GEO. E. WARFIELD Thin fcsnk since itsoresniration, with a capital of $100,000, which has re-msined tie M>n e- hrs paid to ies stockholders in dividends $4 Cnn, f GO, Bsd srcumuleted sn un? divided profit of $18M 00. Its sleek is held hy e-lisre holders, widely distributed. Jin direr tr rs ere wrong ihe well-known and substantial basinet* men of this city. Its satisfactory service in all departments has made for it many friends. The patronage of the public is solicited. VVAQON AND CARRIAGE BUILDERS 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 te> supply our needs, and we are not different from other folk; then when you buy a wagon why not get the host? Our Weber Farm Wagons can't be beat. They are strictly guaranteed, as is also every kind of farming implements we handle rtYERS BROTHERS 115 North Pitt Street. See that you purchase that which is best WAKEFIELD RYE THERE IS NO BETTER WHISKY ON THE MARKET. THAT CELEBRATED MEDICINAL WHISKY. -"- LOWENBACH BROS. ? And Liquors Both Phones. VVEDNFSDA.Y EVENING. JONE 9, 1909, BOYCOTT DENOUNCED. Judge George Gray, of Delaware, iltting as chairman of the arbitration b a*d thtt is trying to prevent a strike of the street car men in Scranton, Pa., -"-ive yesterday bis views on the boy? cott. Attorneys for tbe company were offer? ing in evidence tbe statements of Scran? ton grocer, that the price of foods toffs bsd not increased in the Isst three years, and the statements did not besr any Bignaturfs. Judge Gray told the at? torneys for thc companv to get the slg natores of the firms He sat told they would not give them because they were afraid "Afraid of whs ***" Sundered Judge Grsy "Afraid ol the b ycott," replied the attorneys "The boycott," repeated the chair msn. "I though' that cowsrdlv practice had gone nut lone a*n. I- ia nt* se**-" vrars since there aaa sri of t arno d here, snd I don't b-leve t ? x's s i-o?, It is cowardly, un-Ameriran, sr d ntte-rU indefensible; no man dare stand up and face me aod defend it. "If that merchant is afraid to sign his name lo these figures, he will say so, and then we will proclaim it through tbe press throughout the county to tbe discredit of the system and labor nnlons. I am very much in favor of labor unions, bot nothing bad acted so much to the discredit of labor unions as tbat miser? able, cowardly, un-American system of boycotting. The American people aili never submit to it. I will never sub lit to it. I wonld die in my tracks first." ___________ COURT OF APPEALS. The proceedings in the Court of Ap? peals in Wytheville Monday were: Morrison et als. ts. American Asso? ciation. Argued and submitted. Hagan vs. Taylor et al. Argued aod inbmitted. Following were yesterday's proceed? ings: Virginia and Kentucky Bailway Oom? pany vs. Heninger. Argument con? cluded and case submitted. Norfolk and Western Railway Oom? pany vs. tollenbergrr's Administrator, Argued and continued until today. Indignant at a dispatch appearing to? day in various papers thst W. T. Mc? Intyre, of tbe New York American, bsd conversed with Mrs. Mary Hiker G. Eddy, at her Ohettnnt Hill borne, it Baltimore, yesterday, Alfred Fsrlow, publication committee of tbe Christine Church, yesterday denied flatly tbat Mc. Intyre had seen more of Mrs. Eidj than a wave of her hand from a wiodoa as she signalled to workmen on thi lawn. More Exciting Than the Play. A countryman on oue of bis rare via Its tu London, after completing hil bCalneM, visited the local theater and patronised that part of the house known us "the gods," obtaining a seal In tho front row. Be hud pruville* b?DSett with refreshments before en terlng iii the form of n bag of coke* and a bottle of mineral wnt?T. As the- jierfeirniniH ?<? progressed he CO?Rimed these' and, liecomrag nb ?orbed In ? thrilling passage, was ab Bently toying with the empty bottle or the badge in front eif bim when be ac ddt?tally allowed lt to full over. Horror Stricken, he instantly looked down iind wus just In time? tri se*- th* boltle drop heavily em to the bald beni! of n man be-low. who, not noticing whence the attack came. jumped ti thc e-oiicliisiuii tlmt h's neighbor wai tin' aggressor. Me selzeel Hie- liottle ami hit th<> other man smartly across the head with it. dur friend above had now Hoer entruzh and hastily but quickly quitted the place, observing when he reached the exit two angry, struggling met being ejected.?London Tlt-Blts. The Indian Experimented. A missionary in charge of a sinai church em the Indian reservation ni Onondaga li<-ld evening services forhL* people at which subjects upon whtct he lectured were not strictly religious One evening whem the little build! nf was well filleel witb braves and theil squaws be described the solar systen and told them that tho ejarth revolve* about the sun and also turned ovei once In every twenty-four hours. Early the neil morning the pries' was awakened by a knock. He openot tin- door to find a big Indian wrapped Jn a blanket standing on the porch, 'Why, Obagar he exclaimed. "Ii anything the matter?' "Missionary lied," grunted tbe In dian. "I lieyl? What do you me?an''" "Missionary ^ay world turn over ev cry night. Injun go bonn-, set up stick put apple on stick. If world turn over apple fall off. This morning apple ot ?tick. Missionary lied. Huh!" Ane with this parting grunt he strode down tbe path, unheeding the priest'i calls. Lawyers on Strike. In ITS'! Jobs Scott, e-arl of Clon mell, who was lord chief justice o Ir.-! uni, made iO_* insulting remarki from tbe bench to Mr. Hacket, a mern ber of the bur. who was eoiiductin; an argument before bim. A genera meeting of tbe bar was e-alled. ft se vcr.- condemnation of ins lordship*! conduct voted with emly erne dis sentient and an unprecedented reeolu tion pa nerd tbat uutii bis lords?ip pub Hely apologised do banister would ei tber take a brief, appear In tha ?_g*i bench or sign any pleadings for tin tourt. This strike exiieritnent wa; actually made. The Judgees sat, bu no counsel appeared, iio cause wai prepared, tbe attorneys all vanished niiil their lordships had tbe court al to themselves. There was no alterna tive, and ne-*t day Lord rionmell pnb Uah. il a very ample apology by adver tisement in the newspapers and made it appear as If written on the evenlni of the offense and therefore volun tary?_e_don Law Times. Tf yem are one of those unfortunate peopl< win** blood is in bad order and trouble* w th ukin eruptions von should get a bottle ? LKADBEATEB'8 COLONIAL 8ABs.U*A BILLA (SOc). It's a asia and reliable prep ra at-""_^^^^ Excelsior lor p?skies:, hv ?abate, toa oi carload, K, 8 IJU WllUTnTiOHB. Tile Best jp*" MEDICINE To Wak-j up your Liver and Purify your Blood TAKE IT NOW THC GENUINE has the RED Z on the Iront ol ?ch package and Ihe signature and seal ol J. H. ZEILIN 4 CO, on the aide, IN RED. _BOOKdELLERAN D STATIONER. Steel Die Embossed Stationery "Alexandria Virginia" In dark blue letters The very latest For sale by S. F. DYSON & BRO., 603 KINO 8T. Next to Opera House. Bell Telephone 278. AGRIGULTURAL. RICHARD H. WATTLES IHANCFACTUKEK OK FERTILIZERS Okfick and Storks: 115-117 N. Royal St. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri? cultural Implements, Vehicles Harness, Field and Garden Seeds. WAREHOUSES, BOtTTH UNION BTREET, ON LINK OK SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and AU Kinds of Mill Feed. Will always keep in stock the highest grad* of these article*. novft Iv G. W. HarvEY, jr., I D. C. Richardson Pres't 4 Treas. Secretary. -TBE BryantFertilizerCompan) _imutaotorers of t_BTILIZER8, FERTILIZLNe MATR RIALS, PURE RAW BONE AND FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER. Office: Burke and Herbert's bank building, .actory sud Wharf: Peat of Doa* mm Aletandrls Ve John P. Robinson, Gao. S. French President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Company. manufacturers or Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma? terials & Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer (or the Alexandria Fer? tilizer _ Chemical Co.'s Products. Capacity: .10,ooo tons per annum. Princess Street and Potomac River Wharf, Alexandria.Vinrinia. LEGAL NOTICES VIRGINIA.-In the Clerk's office cf tne Corporation Conrt of the city of Alexan? dria, on the XUt day of Msy, 1909. William H. Rannsker) vs. /? In chancery. Mary E. Bannaker, j Memo. Tbe object of this snit ia to obtain a divorce a vinculo from the defendant, Mary E. Banneker. It appearing byan afliilavit filed in this cause that the defendant, Mary E. Bannaker, is a non-resident of this Htste: It is Ordered: Tbat said defendant appear here within fifteen days after due publisation ol this order, snd do what is necessary to pro? tect her interest in thie suit, anil that a copy le forthwith inserted in UieAlexsndriaGasette a newspajier published in the City of Alex> andria, once a week for four successive weeks, and pr>t>ted at the front door of the Conrt House of this city. A copy ? Tkstk. NEVELL H. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Bv Louis N. Duffey, D. C. Howard W. Smith, p ?). my,3l w4w-m ?yiRGINlA.-Ia the Clerk's Office ofthe " Corporation Court ofthe City of Alexan? dria, on the 15th day of May, 19(19. Rosa Pavarini and Alexander Pavarini, her husband, complainants vs. Giuliano Dolcini defendant*. In chancery. Memo. The obied of this suit is to obtain *. partition by sale ofthe real estate of which Lorenzo Dolcini died seized and a distribu? tion ofthe proceeds thereof amongst those en? titled thereto. It appearing: by an affidavit filed in this canse that the defendant, Giuliano Dolcini, is a non-resident of this State: It is Or? dered, That said defendant appear here with? in fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect his interests in this suit, snd thst a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexan? dria (iazette, a newspaper published in the city of Alexandria, once a week for lour suc? cessive weeks, snd posted at the front door of the Court House of this city. A copy?Tf.stk NEVELL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk. Charles Rendheim, p. q. mylfi w4w-s VIRG!NIA.-In the Clerk's Office ofthe Circuit Court of the City of Alexandria, on the 13th day of Msy, 1909. Florence J. Ha?ler j vs. > In Chancery. Roy I). Hassler J Memo: The object of this snit is to obtain sn absolute divorce for complainant from the the defendant. It appearing bf ?n affidavit filed in thit cause that the defendant, Roy D. Hassler is a non resident of this Ptate: ltiaOrdere-LThat said defendant appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect his interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order he forthwith insetted n the Alexandria Gasette a newspaper published in the City of Alexan? dria, ince a week for four successive weeks, and posted at tha front door ot the Court House of tbis city. A copy?TESTE. r.EVKLL S. GREENAWAY. Cha>lea Bendheim, p. q. may 13 w4w th _ VIRGINIA.?In the Clerk's Office of tba CorporaUcn (Yurt of the City of Alex? andria, on the l7th day of May. 1909. Oscar W. Wyatt ) vs. Iii chancery. I Floy T. Wyatt ) Memo. 1 he object of tbis suit is to obtain ' for complainant a divorce a mensa et thoro I from the defendant and that at tbe proper i time for a divorce from the bond ol mstri- | raony from the defendant, snd for general rs- , lief. It appealing by an arfilavit bled in this cause that the defendant, Fioy T. Wyatt, is a ( non-resident of thia Sta?: It is Ordered. Tbat < said defendant appear ber* within fifteen I days after due publication nf thia order, snd < do what is necessary to protect her in'eretts | in thia suit, and tbat a copy of this order be , forthwith in.-erted in the Alexandria Gazett*. . a newspaper published in the City of Alex, andria, onces week for four successive weeks and pelted at the front door of the Conrt I Hooae of this city, I NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY. Gerk. < Lewis H. Machen, p. q. A copy?Teats , royl? w4w-m It doesn't pay to be uncomfortable If you I have a oom you are certainly uncomfortable- 2 Why put np with it when LPCKETT 8 FOOT UR PLASTER will lift it right oot. . They caa be had at Leadbeater** aad all lead- j j ina Drage?ts. ? * I I [ins ol Medicinal Whiskies Lord Fairfax AffiKt. it Has No Superior $1.00 Per Full Quart. SOLE ? WM MO.,! Sold Br All First-class dealers: 423 PROPRIETORS J KING ST. Both 'phone* JEWELRY Bridal Gifts which coma from this jewelry store are always prominently dis? played People know that our jewelry, silver and cut glassware are stamped with the hall marie of quality. So if you have a wedding gift to make, obtain it here. That will at once prove your generosity and your good ta sf a H. W. WILDT & SON, toe, North Roval Street Bell Phone 346 J. Quality Established Our Reputation KAMMEL CAFE! New Hotel Rammel 126-130 NORTH ROYAL STREET Soft Shell Crabs Steamed Hard Grabs Delicious Deviled Crabs Little Neck Clams Both Phones Drink Mico Water. Don't Jump on the ice man. He is sometimes a pret ty decent s>>rt of chap io spite of tho funny new apaper joke*. We prover it by leavi ag you a good big piece oi' ice for the money. 8y coming arounetl regularly anel not leaving yon in the; lurch wh r.n you have a lot of spoil able thin ga in your ice box Tell ut to call te .morrow morning, MUTUAL ICE CC Phone 51 THE ALEXANDRIA Iron Works Foundry* Machine Work and Blacksmithing Structural Iron a Specialty Manufacturer ol Patent Tarban Pomp for dairy and suburban homes. Agent for coal o!l engine, the onlj safe power around buildings Send us your inquiries for anything ia iron. J. & H. AITCHESON. Machinists and Engineers. -.gents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineers and Machirists Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Valves, Etc blacksmithing and Repair? ing Promply Executed SMOOT & CO rjnooasaor to J, Rector 8_nn? * ' 1TM rUNHUM AM FLAW mu Manu?oturors oi KX)B -ND WINDOW FRA MES MO' ING8. Ac (BALERS IN LUMBER. dHINOL-H 'ATHS, NAILS, LIME, "4LCINED PLASTER and < *-?*?? Ho. 36 north Union rtraee Alexandria, Va Delivered tr*** In thr fESTUJLrSHED i<W ! ?MKl t\ mr-1 ?exwaso- u JOSIAH H. D. HMOOl _umnf?r and Mill vv.. 07 ALL KINDS Jme, Cement and Plaaitr Offioe aad Yard 115 8. Union street. Factory No. Ill N. Lee street, JWMaterL-vl Delivered FREE in the cit) We LAUNDER Anything tbat Can bes Laaudereel Special work left st our office, 907 King S ., before 9 a. rn will be fin? ished rame d*> it d*air d Give nie a trial. Phone 203 (B I ). Our wagon will cal The BANNER TEAM LAUNDRY 909 ORONOCO STREET. ? ???? | The Best of Everything. # Red Cedar Flakes A sure protection against moths. The most cleanly and convenient 10c large package Tabor's Pharmacy, Bli** KING STRRET. Nift-ht Rall. Both Phones. ?< If yon suffer from Dyspepsia or any <i<range lento/the stomach try LEADBEATER'S LI I IR DI0EHT1VE COMPOUND. 86c, tte, and $1.00 a bottle. jAWnOliJBAJ^ R. F. Knox, Anctioneer. Sale of Valuable Real Estate. Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court for the ('itv of Alexandria. Virginia, whereii Ellen C. Daingerneld is the plaintiff., auc Henry Dar ngerbeld, et als, ar* the defend ania, entered on the twenty-sixth day ol' Sep tem ber e.ne thousand eight hundred anc ninety-eight, the undersigned will ofler foi sale, at public auctioa, in front ofthe Marke Building on Royal ftreet, the foilowina: rea estate, in the City of Alexandria, Virginia at twelve o'clock ni, on TH0R8DAY, the tenth day of Jone: 1. If ouse and lot on the east side of A'ash iugton street. 106 feet 7 inchea south of Kim street, and running south, on Washington atreet 30 feet; thence east, parallel with Kine Rtreet. 123 frat 6 inches; thence north M hat 7 inchea; thence weat ejO feet e; inches: thence south G feet 7 inches, and thence weat 1.3 feet to the beginning 2. All that square of ground containing two acres, and bounded by Oronoko, Fayette Princes*, and Payne streets. Thia s<;uare ia on the railroad and one ol the best squares fer business or dwellia;? pur poses in the city: 3. Lot on the south side of Princess street 39 feet 7 inches east of Royal street, anet run ning thence eaat, on Princess atreet. 19 feel 7 inches-thence south, parallel with Royal stree-t.83 feet 3 inches to an alley I'i feet wide thence weat on aaid alley 19 feet 7 inches; aud thence north 83 feet 3 inches to the point ol beginning, with the right of use of said aller. 4. Lot at the intersection of the south side of Princess street, with the eaat side of Royal street, fronting 20 feet on Prinreess street and running back with Royal stiwt **3 feat .1 inches, to an alley 10 feet wide, with tiae nat of aaid alley Terms of sale: One-fourth ca ?h, acid the balsnce in one, two, and three yeara, with in? terest, or all cash, at the option of the pur chaser. J. K. M. NOTtTON, R.C. THOMPSON. Commissioners of Sale. I, Nevell S. Greenaway, Clerk of the Cir cuit Court of the City of Alexa nettie*, Vir ginia, do certify that the bond, as require* of the above commissioners of aale, wat given NEVELL S. GREENWA Y, Clerk. By Louis N. Duffey, D. C. mvl9td_ By Samnai H. Lunt, Auctioneer By virtue of a decree rendered the 19tb day of May, 1909 in the chancery cause ol Franklin T. Evans va. Themas 8 Evana, et als , pe ding in the Corporation Court, of the City cf Aldrin ria,Virginia, the undersigned Commiuioners will ofler for sale at public auction on SATPRDAY, the 19th. elsy of June, 1909. At 12 o'clock m. in front "of the Royal st.eel entrance to the Market Building,in said Citr, the fol owing described rei) et?te situated in the said City of Alexandria, and described aa follows, to-wit: 1. All that lot of ground with the buildings Ibereon in the said City of Alexandria, Vs., begining at the intersection of the north aide of Gibbon street with the west side of Henry street, and running thence north on Henry atreet 16 feet; thence east parallel to Gibbon stree! 80 feet, 5 inches to an alley 5 fem wide; thence south on aaid alley 16 feet to Gibbon atreet, and thence west on Gibbon street eO fe t, 5inchea to the beginning. 2. All that lot of ground with the Hiildings thereon a 'joining the above described pro? perty on the uortb, and running thence north on Henry atreet 16 feet to an alley 3 feet wide; thence erat on aaid alley *$0 feet, 5 inches to a" alla* - feet wide; thence sooth on laat named alley 11 feet, aad thence,west in a di r.r-t line 80 feet, 5 inchea to the beginong 3 All that lot ot ground with ihe improve? ments ther-on ia the said City <f Alexandria, and bounded aa follows, to wit:?Beginning on the east side of Henry street 36 feet north of Gibbon street, ar d n the north line of an a! ev A feel wide, and running thence north on Henry street 55 tatt to aa alley 10 feet wir'e; thence eaat on said alley 8* feet, 6 inchea; thence south 65 feet, and thence weat in a direct line 85 feet, 5 inches to the beginning, with all appurtenancea. 4. All that lot of ground in the slid City of Alexandria, beginning on tha north fide of Gibbon etreet 85 *e-t, 6 inches eaat cf Henry street, and running thence ea-t on Gibbon street 20 feet; thence north para!led to Henry street 100 feet to an alley 10 feet wide; thence weat on asid alley 20 feet, and thence south in a direct line 100 feet to the beginning, with tbe right of way over the aaid alley Terms of sale: One third et,sh and the balsn -e in two equal payments at ooe and two yeara from day of sale: the deferred pay? ments tr. bear 6 per cent interest, or all cash at the option of the purchaser. SAMUEL (i. BR WT DOUGLASS STUART Commistiooers ol little, I hereby certify that I'origlass Stuart, one of the Commissioners in the above cans', has entered into bond with approved security aa required by the decree in the abo re cause rendered. NEVELL H. GREENAWAY, Clerk of *e Corporation 'oort by L9VM N. Di MST, D. C. je2 dU ^____ " ll yemTre^nu_t'_?**? -uiytuiuglL~"_ii line of painting, Les_f*'*r? f"' T0" *? ?ohm ia and talk it ee*** with them. 1 hey will show you points w?w?ia they etcaL ? j i _RAILB0AD8,_ SOUTHERN RAILWAY Trains leave Union 8 Uti on Alexandr? ia Effect May 30th. 1909. N. B?Following schedule figures publisher only as Information, and are not guaranteed 7:47 A. M.?Daily Local between Washing? ton and Danville. 8:07 A. M.-Daily-Local ta Harrison' borg, and way stations.; 9.17 A. M.-Dally-U. 8. Fast Mall. Stops only for passengers for points south at vhicb scheduled to atop. Fire1 class coaches, sleep ere to Birmingham and drawing-room sleep ers fo New Orleans. Dining oar Berrica. 4:27 P. M. Daily?Waahington and Florid limited. Sleeping oars between New York, Aa gusta Aiken au) Jacksonville. Through ttrat-cla- s coaches between Waahington and Jacksonville. Dining car service. Tourist to Cali fem tri-weekly. 4-2 P. M.-Week l*y*-Looal tot Rat rlaonburg and way stationl on Ma naas* branch. 6:12 P. M.-Daily-Local for Warran and Charlott??illa. 10:27 p. M.?Daily?Waahington aaa c _nooga Limited (Tia Lynchburg;. F 3?ss coach and sleeping cars to Roa Knoxville, Chat?nootra and Memphis. - er to Birmingham and New Orleans, naton to Roanoke. Dining car servi. U-OaP. M.?Dailv-New York and e 'ricans Limited. Ill Pullman train, el ?nd observation cara u> New Orleans. Slee r- ui Aaheville, A*'"ii>a. New Orlea. . i?er to Charlotte ??? service rimal trains troui .ii ajnuth arrive na ?:13 ind 6:.V ??I P. M ?d 10:23 P. U n < larrisonb r I2:eie . M. week daye aa :l P M da i. Charlottesville7:53 A. V TRALNS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH, ?eave Alexandria (W. _0. Station, week days at-o w _. and 1:40 and 4:28 P. M. r Bluemont; 6:35 P. M. week 'ays for ees urg; 5:15 P. M. daily for Bluemont and 9*2 and 9:22 A.M..local,on Sunday only r ueniont. For detailed schedule figurea, tickets. Pull ?ian reservation, etc., apply to WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Itel Agent. Alexandra, Va. C. H. ACKERT, Vice Pres. and Gen. Mg i. H. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. <Y. H. TAYLOE. Geo. Passenger Agent H. BROWN, General Agent. _____Waahington, D. C. Washington Southern Rj Schedule in effect Jan. 4th, 1909. Trains leave Union Station for Washington and points north at 8 02,8 23 and 8 33 a. m., Vt, 1, 230, 807, 8 18, and 1133 p. m., week days. Sundays?8 23 and 8 33 a. m., 12 Ol, 8 07, 8 18 an. 11 33 p. m. For Fredericksburg, Richmond and print south at 4 22, 4 37, 9 22 and ll 32 a. m., 4*02 517 (local), and 7 52 p, m., week days, Sundays?4 37, 7 18, and 9 22 a. ia. 4 ? 617 (local), and 752 p. m. Acoomniodativ-i for Fredericksburg at 9 ** a. m. week days. Notb :?Time of arrivals anet lei and connections not guaranteed. W. P. TAYL Traf. Mgr. STEAMER._ MARYLAND. DELAWARE AND VIV GINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. 8PRING SCHEDULE. Steamers of This Lino Leave a l? andria on and after Mav 15, 1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY, and SATURDAY at 4:30 p. m. r'OR BALTIMORE AND ALL THJ U8UAL RIVER LANDING8. Cuisine and appointments uneioellsi. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia a. New York solicited and handled with care, Through rates and billa of lading issued. Single fare to Baltimore, $2.50; round tri* $3.50. -staterooms, one way, $1.50. Meala. 80* REARDON A GRIMES, -gan-. Foot of Cameron street. jQKfKIEBim W. A. JOHNSON & CO., >7HOLE8ALE GROCERS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have on hand Gibson's XX. XXX, XXXX _d Pure Old Aye, Old Cabinet and Mono vi?n Whiskies; ruso Baker'aand Thompson's Pure Rye Whiskies, to which they invite the attention ofthe trade. Orders from the country for merchandise shall ruoeive prompt attention. Consignment* of Flour, Grain and Country Produce solicited, for which they guarantee he highest market prices and prompt returns N. E corner Cameron and Royal Streets JOHNAHKRN&CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS And Dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Oo?itry Produce received daily. Our stock of Plain and Fancy Groceries embraces avery thing to be had in this lina. Ws hold largely In United States bonded warehouse and carry in stock various brands of the beat PURE BYE AND MALT WHISKIEb ?ede. Have also in store superior grades oi Foreign and American WINES. ALFA BROWN STOUT, kn. JtW rkellililiilliiii Guaranteed aa to Price eur Quality.-**-* Corner Prlnoe and Cornmewe Streets mSURANOE. General lnsnraoce Agency LAURENCE STABLER, Hoon No. 4. Barlte et Herbart Bldf The companies represented in this offley nave arnols of over $100,000,000. Among uhere ara: Hartford Fir* Insurance Ca Liverpool _ London ? (Hoke /Etna Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Ca. Springfield Fire _ Marine I Tempt attention given to adjustment o csa** and all mattara connected witb insur anna <wt1 lv? A GOOD MOTOR BOAT Should be covered by a good insnranee policy?one that covers every possible acci? dent. Only ooe agent in Alexan? dria writes motor host in? surance. HARRIE ? HITE IN8PRANCE and BINDING. Office 119 South Fairfax Street, Alexandria .... Vir/inia The VELVET KIND: ICE CREAM. ? ? j Taylor's Pharmacy. AU cream pasteurized. ? All cans sterilized ? Sold at soda fountain. Special borne delivery. Leave orders with Highest Cash Prices paid for worn garments; either ladies' or tenta"; sand postal, will call. Spot cash paid for second-hand furniture of all kinds. ALEXANDRIA BARGAIN HOUSE, my?. Im Cor. Cameron and Fairfax Street