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After The Grippe
"I am much pleased, to be able to write and thank you for what Cardui has done for me," wntes Mrs. Saran J. Giliiland, of Siler City. N. G _,__.__ "Last February, 1 had the Grippe, which left me in bad shape. Before that, I had been bothered with female trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to cure it "At last, I began to take Cardui. I have taken only three bottles, but it haa done me more good than all the doctors or than any other medicine I ever took." p_ CARDUI The WonWs Tonic For the after-effects of any serious illness, like the Grip, Cardui is the best tonic you can use. It builds strength, steadies the nerves, improves the appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the natural glow of health. Cardui is your best fnend, if you only knew it Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardui has helped' What could possibly prevent it from helping you? Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardui ingredients in any other medicine, for they are not for sale in any drug store except in the Cardui bottle. Try Cardui. Write to: L-Kes' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooea Medicine Co.. Chattanooga, Tena. for Special Instructions. and 64-page book. "Home Treatment for Women." scnt tree. The First Ifltional Bank Of Alexandria, Va. CAPITAL. $100,000 SURPLUS, $150,000 Undivided. Profits, $25,000 G L. BOOTHE. President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Cashier M. B. HARLOW, Vice-President J. J. GREEN, Asst Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE GEO F. WARFIELD BENOIT BAER. Jr. JAS M^IR M. B. HARLOW WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITrt. This bank with its ample capital and enrplns, itsadequete eqtilptnent and facllities, solicits the accounta of mannbcturers, wbolesalers, retailers and: individuale on tbe beat ternis consistent witb sound banking. * No acconnt too large to be handled Batiabctorily.none too small to be appreciated. FORRENT 602 King Street Store, . $40 00 1323 Qtieen Street.$12.50 311 N Washington Street. $40 00 32* S. Patrick Street. J 00 1?! S. St Asaph Street.$25 00 226 N. Ptt Street. 8.5? 1123 Huke Street.$16<0 325 S. Patrick Street. 900 31b S Patrick Street.$13 00 , 719 Wilkes Street. 6<>0 HARRIE WHITE Realt y, Insurance, Bonding?628 King Street. Modern and Up-to-Date in Every Respect J hLiilJllirillil JillWi Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 ; Capital $100,000 Depositors afforded every facility for businesa, sccunty and accomodations Large or small accounta invited in both Commercial and Savings Department. Board of Directors. Jadge C. E. Kicol, Preaddent. A. H. Recu-r W. B Bmoot, Vioa Preaident. R I fockrelL John A. Maraha.ll, v>a Px.<-<-?i, C. C. Carlin. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. W. A. Smoot. W, A. Sruoot, Jr. P. F. Gorman. A. O, Pnrtner Petails cart fully attcnded to for all customers \\ e issue drafts on all points of the world. H?v?HOvMOO?000000400MOMOv???^< FS-ABl ISHED 1870. FOR LUNCH, DINNER, SUPPER, OR ENTE^ TAINING PHONE THE RAMMEL CAFE For the delicious Frred Oysters, Salads, Reception Sandwiches, ec llooklrt* Ri.tl prkeeon t applli-aaion Both Telephones. \ Rarnmel Bros. .I The Bes' of rverytril e. ? BARR'3 SATURDAY CANDY.I Oaa brx will ncaVe you a ragular cus tmar 29c lb. today. Taylor's Pharrnacyj I KiaaertB. SigMBtl. Bo'.h Pl : J ? a_-ae-?-_?-??*?????a?aB*a_?st"wa9 LOWNEY'S LOOSE Chocolates .AT. 40c Per Lb. H. BLOCIi 616KIN"G?TREET. Exiliai-e tftu s for iLewoej's Cl.w:olates. febSIw I n a Nhasnou Ima-eting f tha> stnck rs of the FIDELP > S^ORaGE C?">RP'>RaUOv w II be heM *t heoffieof tbe ccnip-n-, vl2 King ?t?ee', AlexaCrie, Va.on HE DAY, Ihe loti d-.y <?( Feb roarv, at fouro'clojk p ro. At th'x meetiog the officers and directcr* of said crporation f' r tho er saing ye*r wil) I* eleeted; ? propo sitioo to incresse the sixe of the wareh< u I of the corpor. tion, te provide funds for building the mme, borrowiog money aod isauing a di -took will te decided, aod all other mattem whi?k may he properly tran'ated Hy the Btockbol 'era ut the sai 1 meeting will bs co-sidered JAME8 I. KARRIOK, H. B. KAR^ICK, President. Secre ary._i'n'l td BUILDING Mj^r^UIAX*^ r_8TA3I_8HED 1828.1 tftf L FEEL1* _"? Huooesaors to /O-lAMfl. D.8M001, Lainber _nd MiU wV? OF ALL J-IND8, ..me, Cementand Pla_i,'? Hoa and Yard 115 al. Hnlmi atros , Factory So. 111 N. Let street. >_r?_at?rL_ Delivared FREE iu la rV.A.Smoot_Co.,Ioc. trr io J. ftsctei n??n * i*.i ..TM FLOOBiliti MD rL-fLW Ub Jsannfcctnrers of 0 JOB AHD WINDOW FEA ME8, M0U1) 1NG8, Ae, "'.-:?'? pjQi !,!??? .-,.,.___!____, (_a_B, NMIAL1ME, < _i/5lN_D PLA8TER and C_af? H-. _5 north Union street, Alexandria, Va, i.e_*>*r I)eli?'""-1 free in the ciit Ol;OOE?i_5. W. A. JOflNSON & CO. WHOLESAXE GBOCEE8 jBfHKRAX OOMMI88ION MEBCHAJTi And Dealors ln ALL _INI>S OP LIQUOR8, tlave on hand Gibsoo's XX. XXX, XXX. ud P-re Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Mou ?ra_, Whiskias: also Baker'sand Thompson'i ^ire Rye Whlakiee, to which the;r invite tha attention of the trade. Ordera from the oountry for merchand'.a ihall reoeive prompt attention. onsJjrnmente of Floor, Graln and Coanlr) 'rodnoo Boliolted, for which th<j7 frnarsatei he higheet market pricea andjpr .rjptreturn N. E oorner Cameron and K. yal Sti-eta. I JOHN AHKRN & CO.t YHOLESALE AND RETAIL GBOflKK Ax' Dealara ia PUBR WINEtf AND LlQUORfc ? K.ntry Produoe rec_Ted daily. Oar su> >f Plaie and Fancy Qroceries embraoee ever thlng to bo had in this lire. >Va hold Urgely in ITnited States ocndf --.ra_oo*e and c&rry in s'.ock varioua brsrrfi ofthebeet _ PTJBE BYE AND MALT WHISklE* >?-ie Have also in store snperior gndt* Foreiarn and Amerlcan VINE8, ALES, BROWN 8TODT, Ac a_a?ftskla&ction Guaranteed aa to Prlo* a?? Qus_tT.-_at ?nrnrr PvlnP- """? ""imwna Hta_*. OTTERBURN Llthia aad Magaesla Spriacs WATER. Greatest known Water for Dya pepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and Liver Troubles. Leading Physicians endorse it and testily to its great merit. C8ANK WAiFlELD, Droggisf aoccwor'to WARFIELD A HALL 10NE144 80LE AGEN K HW.Oorn-<i ?"ele#?? ?n<1 Prinias attr?_* eTsTleadbeater & sm OlA-naOB C tBADBKATBB, President, bd wabd 8. lkadbbatbb, Vioe President, JO-X LHADBBATas. 8ec. and Treoooroa E-IABLISHED 1792. KWOOBPO-ATBD.) ^halesale Druggist. Manufscturing Fharmaeists and Dealers in Paiots. Oiln, Wiudow Glshs. Dyestnffs, Hpices. Druggist's Fancy Goods; and Specialties, Im of Tooth Bimhee, Ilair Broshes, Per ume y, Olive Oil, 4c. AgenU for John Lueas A Co.'s Tinted Gloss Painta, Masnry's I iqnid Colora and Devoe's i^ead and Zinc Painta. Gocds shipped the day order is received Qnotstions furnished by retnm mail. Cor BM BOt_M0_ Try Bloch's DELICIOUS Chirlotte ru?ae, whipped cr^am puffs, cream rolls, and all other kinds of pastries; strawberry ice creimfro'n freshfruiijalsoorange ice. H. Bloch 615 Kintr Str.-et Both phonea SODJWS -Wood Yard Kingjind PeytcB S:s. - - Alexandria, Va. Small ord<-is delivered 10 so 12 a. m. and 3 to 5 p. w. j, j snii fi.Il corJ orders delivsred at.'ooce. Ifolrvorka iu lEosemont, Braddock and Cel Raj d iily. PHONES: Bell'7. HcjreHlW. aoMftm__________ NOTICr.? Havii g ..ualified saai^mini'tra tr.r.fthe asste of Mra, EliZABEPH SK DMORE, d.eeasod, all jeso.a havirg the aa: I e?ule aie herebj noti tied 'o p-e*ent the siine ta iue, dulj venti>-d. for es:tlemeat, 8nd all p rsons iodel.ted to aaid es'htet-re herev>v oo'.i-ed totnake prompt paj?e-t cf their inJer>'*?l esstome C. J. W. M'tlMERS, jin28 lOt Admiuiatr.tor w. w. s. | We ?re ae!ling m'ny lottle* of Cherry Coiun riyrnp dr.il) ss be best >emedy for coiig. ? koo.o. A fotai, prc_pt caro. awO. E tT L__b__ar A ioaa. .M^iAmjSazrttee Tfll RSDAY EVi-MNO. FEB. 1", 1910. 0?ERATOa 3AVE3 IBAIN. Ao l'.iner?a: MUsjrspa op.r??.r, "srirking exT'," falhd I baii over a t aJaaraW, ' u bi retrWved his a genoe aai preve t 1 * cdIUsi >n b t ?eer? tsro pas4?Tgor traios by a Ukk of 'a:nr and streett > befor* he-i'sspp ? rel rar'y veeterdsy. Traln N\ 2 ave 1i -nnd ar d 'at?, polied oi t -f the 8 Bt lava R illsr^v ? t ithn f A'hiio, III., saoer* t II 0;?e?a -or fnile-l to d'bver the oH>r ta b i d i f.ir the pts*inu of aa H 11 md rrair. Th* nn?-r*tnr rn?bed al o< the track, miaafd l\t >l ps r.f :he I t csr ai d M! hesdl-irg Oihisfeft a*ain ?nd rin nirg he csngbi t e rear rail, puilt-d r iui *tV lo tbe ves'hu'e dnr, senashfd t*> gla?B aid st-ippd tia train Th-r wa? jttlt il~e t? g?t bick to Al:> i a *h'n >be esairu<d traia rn-hel by Tbe nperstor ba< not beeo fe?n sinc". Snff?rera who eay they have triel every thirtft withort heneGtare tl.e pe->i ls w ar. lookinstfor. We want them to know from glat a-ip^riene-ethnt Hj'* Cream Palm will eorqaer Co!d in the Ueid, Elay Fever, aod obstnat f. rm? o'Naeal C*tarrh. Thia teni e?iy acts directlmn the irfl mel, tenaitivc memhr-nee. Cleanainu, sootbing ard Ie l ng. One trial will convince jou r fit* haal ing power Price 60c. All dmggi?ti <r tnailei by *t> Bro*., 66 Warreo 8t, Vew York. Summer Homea Kolder, Seaaon IQIO tt *e sagaasaaaj that auy of the re Hers. f the Oaz-tte who desires to entertain boanlera for the enarning annimer fnmiah Mr L i. Rrown, Gener?l Airent Pouthern Uailwav, I i atreet north w?st, Washington. 1). 0 . irarawUtte information aa ti n-rnis of reeort, past'ffice address, at or near wlist ?tation, what distance from station, conveyan',e from station to hous?. nnmber cf gu-.ats, teruis day, week and month. We "11 would he pleaael to i>ee tbe country full of hosrdVra next ?nmmer and would be tf)rtrl if th'a notice will indu e inc-eaae<l r-nni bsr of reraoua who w II acommoJate them for the fominar unmraer seao -. Thu infomition should reach Mr. Brown ot I iter than February 10th. DRY GOOD-*. Mirage Silk Probably the Most Exten sively Advertised Silk in America at $1.35, To Sell at 85c Mirage Silk dates back only five years. but in that time it has become famous. In the midst of its success we are now going to sell it for 85c yard Mirage is in greater vogue than at any time since it has been made. Beautiful softsatin finish and at the same time a firm texture for beautiful tail oring. The adaptability of Mi? rage Silk for gowns is al most unlimited Practical'y every shade that this fabric ha9 ever been woven io, besides all the new spring colors, are here. Dainty shades for even ing gowns and exquisite colors of deeper hues for af ternoon gowns and street wear. Glace combinations, for which so much su^ceis is predicted for spring, 24 inches wide, $1 33 value, at 85c yard. D. SODS AND 316 King WasMay Troubles Rolnced to a minimnm by sending your bed and table linena to n*. Our priceB are right and service prompt. Batiner Steam Laundry Pbones?Bell 203, Home rjj R ALKXA-DRIA ? ? VIRGINIA RICHARD H. WATTLES MAXUFACTCRER OF FERTILIZBRS Omci A1CD Stoebu: 116-117 N. Rotal 8t. Dealer in Hardware.Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehiclea, Haroeas, Held and Gaiden Seeds WABE.'i 1'B CSIOS STRKKT, OX IHI "1 SOl IHERM RAII.WAY. Also Grain, Hay, Strawand All Kinds of Mill Feed. W !! always keep ta stMi fhe higbsat grsde ?f tae* artirtwt Bright and Steady ?<IZaybLamp A bright and steady light dtpends upon the construction of the lamp. The best skill has put forth its beat effort ia perfecting the Rayo Lamp. As the air is fed to the flame?ao does the light burn. The easy-flowing current of air through the air-tube of the Rayo Lamp secures a uniform light, with never a flickcr or flarc. The ideal family lamp. Made of brass through out and bcautifully nickeled. The Rayo is a low-priccd lamp, but you cannot get a bctter lamp at any price. ?> Onco a Rayo uaer, alwaya one Ivery Dealer Everywhere. If Not at Yotrrs, Write for Descrlptlve Circular to the Nearest Agency of the 6TANDARD OIL COMPANY (Ineerporated) ?+?????++?+?)??)??????) ?????? ???????? * ?aw ! Kaufmann Bros Clothing Sale |K2 PRICE Sale of Suits and Overcoats Sec lotof Men's Suits, all sizes but differentkinds. Worth upto$10. AT $3.95 See Lot of Men's Trousers Worth up to $2 At 95c | KaufmannBros Y Clothiers, Haberdasbers and Tailors. ? 402405 KING STREET. Get a dozen in a box before going home of Riley's Cclcbratcd Fried Oysters In box 50C THEY'RE DELICIOUS. On table 60c AU the leading branda of Win*>s and Uquors. Our spccialry? HANNISVILLE. JOHN RILEY H4North Fairfax St PURE FOOD STORE. MIDLAND BUTTER Fresh from the churn to you every Friday at the very moderate price of ...... . 38cts per pourict We solicit your butter trade. Cal' or write. 0-0-0 Edward Quinn^SoriaS Cor. St. Asaph and Oronoco Streets Virginia Safe Deposit & Trnsl Corporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. \u(hortzed Capital Paid in Capital $1,000,000.00 $300,000.00 "bTRECfORST^ C. J Rixey, Joht. P. Robinson, Thomae J. Fannon, C C.Leadbeater Henry K. Held, b?.? rj fcetdir C ?<i?? b 1 ?? i?r J h M Nortor We act asFxerutor, Adn inistraror and Truptee. Issue Fidel ity, Contract, Offit ial and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Busine8S Tranaacted. Interest paid on Savinga Accounta We solicit the accounta of Hanks, Corporations, Firms and Individ jals, and oromise liberal treatment consiatent witb aound bankinp nethoda. THE BEST MEDICINAL WHISKY Wakefield Rye Headquarters for the BE5T WINES AND LIQU0RS in the city. LOWENBACH BROS Ring and Alfred Streets. Both Phones. TbeJBest of Every hinjr. ? A Chest Protector g Is?n i expensive IraauasMO BKaiur. colds, conghs, and Prices, 25c lo $1.00 ? Taylor's Pharmacy | f.li. King Street & INoMHWiMMM PARK AGNEW, Proprittor THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick Front and Building Sand. WORKS : Baatiog Creek. Jyia iyr --sat*oa? 107. _ttAiLKOAJJB_ SOUTflKRN RAILWAY Tralns leave Cnlca Statioat Alexandrti In Effect January 3, 1910. H. B?FoUowlngschednJe figurw publlsb. only as lnfor_st]on, and are not gi_nuateef 7:47 A. -.?Daily Local between Waabi-a tou and Danvilla. 8:47 A. M.-Dally-Lecal for Barrtaon fcttrg, acd way stationa, 9.17 A. M.-I_Jy-U. 8. Faet Mail. 8top only for paseengers for points soath at ~hio> achedaled to stop, First class ooaobos, aleep inar cars to Birmingham and dr&wina/room sleeping cars to New Orleaus. Dining oar * ll.lf A. _ -Daily-Mail traio. Coachee for Msnasaas, Charlottesville, Lynchbnrg, Danville and Oreensboro. Sleeping oara Greenthoro to Atlanta. 1.17 p. m.-Week Daja-Local for War rentou sr.d Mrashurg Juociion. 4:32 P, _. DaUy?Birmingham speciaL. 8.eeping cars betwetn New Ycrs, Augaata, Aiken anc Jackaonville. Bleeper to Birming? ham. Throngi a?i-olais eoachea between Washington sdu Jacksonville. Dining oar service. Toorist u California four timee weeilv. 4:37 T. M.-Woak Baya-Local for Haa* naonborg and way staiiou on Manaaaaa MB_M_j 6:12 P. M.-Daily-Local for Warronvo and Charlottesville. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Washlngton aad Cha taaooga Limited (via Lynchburg;. Fir? olass ooach acd sleeping oarsto fioanok Knoxville and Chattanooga. Bfc per to New Orleaos, W ? ington to Boanoke. Dining car service. 11.-02 P. M.-Deily-New York, Atlanta and ,Nf Orleans Limited. All Pullman traio, ch b and obserration cars to New Or leans. Sleapicg cars to Ashevdlle, AtlanU, Maoon and N?w Orlean. Sleeping cars to Charlotte, Dinin. car service. 4:27 A. M.-Daily-Memphis srecial. Sleeping csrs sod coaches for Koanoke, _ nox ville, Na.bville, Chailaoooga and _e_ pliin. Dining car service, Waahington sleepioir cars open 10:00 P. M. Throngn trains from the dooth arrivo at A. exandria b:13 end 6:?3 and 10:23 A. M. 2.13, 7:23, 10:23 snd 11.58 P. II. daily. Har risonburp 11:28 A. M. week days and 9:13 P. al. dail From CharlottesvUle9:28 A. M. TBAIN8 ON BLUEMONT BKANCU. Leave Alexandria (W.AO. Station, week days at 8:22 a. M., 3.66 and 4.65 P. M. for Hi uemont; 6:33 P.U.week days for l.eesbnrg; 4.65 P. M. daily for Bluemont and 9:23 i. M , local, on Hunday* only for Blnrmont. Fordetailed sohedcle figures, ticketa, PuU aian reeervation, etc., apply to WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Tioka Agent, Alexandria, Va. E. H. COAPMAN. General Maaager S. B. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr. B. F. CARY. Osnersl Paseeoger Agent L. S. BBOWN, General Agent. _WasbingtoB, D. O. aya?700 786,810,830,8 40,900,090, 10 ,10 20, 1040,1100.11 ao and 1140 WaHhington, Alexandria st Mt. Vernon Kaiiway. InefleotlMay 1, 1909. LBAVBALBXAHDRIA, For Washington, fron oorner Prlnce and Royal street*. week daya. at640, 606, 6 20, 630, 6 40,6 66,706,715,730, 740,760,800, 815, 8 25, 836. 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 60, 10 10,10 30,10 60,11 10, 11 26, 11 30, 11 60 a, m., 12 10, 12 26, 12 30.12 60, 1 10, 1 26, 1 30, 1 50, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 60,3 06, 3 26, 3 36, S 60 4 l'j 4 28, 4 30,4 40, 466, 6 10, 6 26, 6 35, 6 60, 6'(,6 20, 680, 6 46, 7 00, 715,7 26. 8 00, 8 :?. 900, 930,1000,1080, 1110 aad 1166 p. m, Bnnday 9 40,101 a,m., 12 00,1220, 1240. 100 120,140,200 2 20,2 40,3 00,320, 340,400 420,440,500 520,540,600, 620,640,700 720,740,800 830. 900, 930, 1000. 10 3', and 1110 p.m FOB MOTJVT VBBNOB-. Leave Alexandria for Moont Vernon, week daya. 6 46, 666, 7 56, 851, 1026, 11 25, a. nv 12 25, I K, 2 tf, 330. 4 40, 6 36, 6 80, 7 16, 8 50, 9 50, 10 60 -tnr 11 60 p. m. Bnndaya?700, 8 30, 980, 10 30, 1130 a. ra., 12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 430. 530, 630, 780 8 46 and 1<> 16 p. m. 8CHEDULB FOB ALBZANDBJA CITT OAB. WOBTHBO0ND. I?eave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, ? lu,|-* ?, 10 16, 11 (Kl, 11 35 a. m.; 12 80, 1 06, 1 86 I 15, 3 30, 4 06, S 85, 6 05, 6 ?6. 6 aC ? 06. 7 45, .'! 25, 9 00. 9 40 p. m eOtTTHBOnHD Leave Spring Park 8 05, 8 80, 8 66, ? 3c lO 10, 10 45, 11 20 a m.; 12 16, 12 5C 1 20, 1 50 2 30, 3 16, 3 fO, 4 20, 4 60, 5 X 6 n,t '(, ; " Mt. i- <' ? vf l( Q< r n Washington hootnem hj Bchedole in eaect Nov. 7,19C9. rrain* leave Union Station for Waahinartr Kil poinu- north at 7 i3, 8(8, 8 23 ano 9 68 ? m 1- 1, 2 30, 807,818, and 1133 p. m., daily For Fredericksbnrg, Richmond airi pointt oataa st 4 3/, 7 43 . iocalt. and 10 22 a. m , 12 (10, 4 22. 4 42, 5 18, 6 07 and 7 42 p. m. *. -onmiodauoo forFredenckabui, ai 6 18 p. m. aily. Sotb:?Time of arrivais aad departare iii oonnectiona vnt snarantoed. P. TAYI.( R, Troffic Ma-airer BTJEAME^ -ARYLAND. DELAWARE AND Vlt CINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. 8PRING SCHEDULE. ?tearoera of Tbi? Lim Uaraa Alaiandrla on and after May 15, 1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY, aad 8ATURDAY at 4M p. m. OR BALTIMORE AND ALL TH1 D8UAL RIVER LANDIKG8. "uiarino and appointmert* anezcellcd. fiatght for Baltimore, Philadelphia aav tew York aollcited and handled witb oar*. Throogh rate* and hill* of lading issaed. irifle fare to Baltimore, $2,60; roaud tnj, ?8.50. .e.toroom*. cne way. $1.60. Meala. 60e REARDON A GRIME8, Agent*, 1?ont o'l"1*?eron atrwtt. Potomac & Chesapeake Steamboat Company NEW NORFOLK LINE On an After October 14 Sil \Mi:it ST. JOHN8. f-'OCTHiiOf.M)?Tnesdas IhursdsyandSat arday. Leave* Washington from8th *t wharf, 5 p m.; Alex -niria. Cameron *t. wharf, 5:'0 p in.; Colonial Reach, 10 p. m. Arrivea Old Point. 6 ? m ; Norfolk. 7 a. m. NOKTnBOi'SD">uo<iay, Wedneeday an1 Fri<iay. Leaves Norfolk, Co--rne'ceat. dock, 1pm; Old Point. 5 p. ra ; Colonial Beach, 12 mi?'nitrli'. Arrivea Alexandria, 5 30 a.m.; Washii k oo, 6 am. Connewion* ? t Colonial B>ach and Waeh* ing'ou sri-h local ateainers for Pot< mac river litndi-ir* At Norfolk and Waahin ton with lineadiverging, F?'e, one we?-, $.<.01; roand trip, $3 00. W. *. EMMKRT. Vice Pre*. and Oeu. Mgr. W. r. CA&NE, Jr., (i? ,. Agt BKABDON * ORIMEH, Agent*, Ahxandria, tieneral ._?__& _geoey LAURENCE STABLER, 4*?en Na. 4. Burke _ florbort Bld> The companies represeated in this offos aaveaaoets of sver f 100,000,000 Imoao Hfiers an. flartford Flre Insorance Cw | Iverpool _ Loodon _ QloM /fctn* Inanraneo Co. Northern Asauraoca Cs> ajprlngfleld Ftro _ Marino fro_r' tteotios givon to adjurtmeai ot vur$ '4a ~?at?a? -.ph?m#' ^jtb Inir ? JCHM P. KOBINSOK, GRO. S. FKKIfCa President. Seeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer aid Chemical Compasj. UA.KUF_CTCB?_B 00 Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma terials & Sulphuric Acid. Aak vonr dealer for the Alexandria Pe tilizer _ Cheanical Co.'s Prodncts. Capaclty: 50,000 tons per annnm. Princeas fctraet and Potomac River V? ba AJsrsndda.Virginia. Of all the beslth bailders, flesh asskers a pulmo ary remj-ile". ao-e ia aav b*ttsr ti. Leadb_a?r'a __n-Vm of Corf LftW OU. ptr bottlo.