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tAreyousatisfied I with your Socks i Do they honestly wear as you would like to + have them ? Ooe manofiictorfr taa hit tbe nail oo tbe be?*d?the iof-c>6ll nt tbat. Hebaa diacov ered a wsr of ( vercrnriing the r. mtture of ttf. ?,'?' hT | e r.fw wear-resistiog Sti&l TOE-HE-EL a_c.u.s.PAT.orr. Tbe hoaiery made in tbia new way haa a bemifol silky Hale finiah ?nd is fies from "tuas terrible aeama" the deiler beaw to n uoh twn'. Anotber gocd poi. t is tbe price, *5?, Wben yt u luy Iaterwoven vt u get a reauUr tipgr.de 25: hall hose, togttber with the addltionrl marveloos wearteg qualities of tie and heel, ?bich raske oce pair of these outwear three or foar paira cf any nlher kind. Eister isn't far off. See onr Tailoring Departrjaeot. Get Your Suit or Trouscrs lor Easler. i I Kaufmann Bros | Clothiers, Haberdashers and Tailors. 402-405 KING STREET. *??MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM?t FOIR, .RESISTT No. 1000 K.insr street. Fine Store Room. 119 S. Fairfax street 2 Fine Oifice Rooms 212 Duke street. 10 Room Frame. 226 N. Patrick street 7 Room Frame. 1416 and 1148 Duke street 7 Room Prame 335 N. St Asaph street Store & 6 Room Frame 310 S Washington street. 8 Roo n Brick. 3H S. Columbus street. 7 Room Frame. 302 Duke street. 8 Room Brick. 1101 Prince street. 7 Room Prick. $20 $15 $18 $15 $15 $16 $13 $13 $12 $12 500 Cameron street. 7 Room Frame. 425 S. Lee street. 6 Room Frame. 321 King street Third Floor Flat 342 Commerce street. 6 Room Frame. 312 N. Pitt street 6 Room Frame. G21 S. Patrick street 5 Room Brick. 103 N. West sireet 5 Room Brick. 509 Wilkes street. 5 Koom Frame. 531 Wilkes street 5 Room Frame. $11 $11 $10 $9 $9 $7 $5 $5 $5 JOHN D. NOR/HOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS_ The Firsl laiionfll Bank Of Alexandria, Va, CAPITAL, $100,000 SlIRPLUS, $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 BENOIT BAER. Jr. M. B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD] JAS MUIR WALTER ROBERTS francis l. smitn. Thia bank with its ample capital and enrplns, its adeqnate eqnipment and facilitiee, solicits the accounts of mnnufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and individuala on the best terms consisteut witb sound banking. No acconnt too large to be handled satiafnctorily.none too amall to be appreciated. M MM?MMMMMMMMMMHMMM?H :: Modero and lIp-to-Date in Every Respect * ajx Ja xa x. 11 Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 Capital $100,000 Depositors afforded every" facility for business, secunty (? and accomodations Large or small accounts invited in both Commercial and Savings Department Board of Directors. e> Judee C. E. Nicol, President. VV. B. Smoot, Vire President. John A. Marahall, Vii? Pw?l ????. .iith, Vice President and Cashier, w. a. ynioot, Jr. A. H. Roctor. E. L, Oorkrell. C. O. Carlin. W. A. Smoot, P. F. Gorman. A. O, Portner Details carefully attended to for all oustomers. We issue drafts on all points of the world. i. ? ??^?a)??a)aa?Ma)????Oa)???v)??t?0#MI n-.ont Greenhouses 8. Pjtrick St. D. G. Griilborizer Cut Flowers of All Kinds FOR ALL OCCA8ION8. FUNERAL WORK Promptly attended to. Dalirered to all parti of the city. S ttis&ction guaranteed. fefcBtf Patronize Pome Itdustry TtaeBaonerSte2m Laoudry Is mretiog and . fnlfilling the ejaotitinle of the publif in every way? 1H iei cy proiuptnes?, faircesa, crurleay, consisteao and earefalnesa baa marked ita eourse and hewing the way to publie|popularity. Banner Steam Lanndry Phones?Bell 203, Home 133 R ALEXANDRIA ? ? VIRG1NIA No More Dust. VETERaiN dust SWEEPING COMPOUND is the succeatfnl resu't of years of dil gent etndy and careful ezperiment. It ia not a liqold, bat is macu'actured in graculattd form. An every day necer sity, ntt a loxary. It ebsorbs dirt aod prever.ti rJuU from rising duriog tbe prc c?sb of sweepinjr. It makea bare floors clean and srroctb, BaveeBcruobing, kills tbe du't and <jerms, brightsna op old carpeta aod ruga, obviaMa disastrcus cooseqacoces of ao inevitable clcui of dust wbilc sweeping the old way. Uaed on Floors, Tiles, Lmo leums, Oil Cloths, Carpet8 and Rugs, and possesses proprieties that firmly grip the dust and dry cleans them. PracticaUy Indispeosable for Dwelllogs, OfficcB, ftores, Ware booses, Pablic Buildlngs, dchools, Col legee, Hoepitals, Churches, Theatres, Halla, Reataurants, Botels, Factoriea or wbatsver mlcrobe-lnfestid du t accam* ulstes on floor epec?. It is inexponiive; pays for itaelf by eavin/ bundreds of dollara in damaged gcods each year, aod it is gnaranteed to do the work of extumloating dust. Dust Breeds Consumpion Dust is extremely disagreeable as well as dangeroae, everybody admits tbat and argumeot isunnecessary. Outtiadeatrac tive, hence the necessity of aslng a Sweeping Oom pound of Established rcputstlon and dependable qnalltr, be? ing gnaranteed Aniaeptic aod a Disit fectaot. Carpets, Rugs aod Art Squares Wby take up carpets and beat them to pieces when the Veteran Dost Exter mioator ejweeping Oompoand will grid aally clean them wbera fthey are and bring back their originsl r <lora on the floor witbr ut taking them op ? Tbis aweepiog Oompoand does not Isy, the dust, bat removes it from the floor by abaorptioo. No duit rises aod sweep? ing becomes an nnailoyed pha'iire in Btead of nasty dradgery. FOR SALE ONLY BY G.Wm.Ramsay GJ4O0EBIES. W. A. JOHNSON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCEB8. 8KNZRAL OOMMI88ION MEBCHAJTr Aod Daalera is ALL KLNDS OF LIQUOSS, Have cn hsxd GibaonV *LX, J.XX, XXX2 and Pure Old Rye, Oid Cfcbinet and Monr grara Whlakiea: alao Baker'aand Thomp*m'? Poro Rye Whiikiea, to which the? isvita thi attention ofthe trade. Ordera from the oonntry for mercfcsudiit ihall reoeive prompt attention. DonsignmenU of Floor, Grain and Coontrj Prcinoe solicited, for whioh they gnarante* he highest market pricea sndpromptretnrcu N. K oorcer Cameron and Royal Streeta, ~JOHN AHKRN & CO., ~ WHOLESALE AND RETALL OBOOKR1 ArJ Dealera in FURE WINES AND LIQDCRS. Conntry Piodnije roceived daily. Our atnci ai Pliin and Fcncv Grooerles embraoaa every thing to be had ln thia line. We hold largely ln United Statee bonder* warehonae and carry ln stock variooi brandr ofthe beat _ PURE PYE AND MALT WHI8KTJEP made. Have alao ln store snperior gradsa c Foreira and Amsrioan WINE9. ALE& BROWN 8TOUT, Ae. BjrSatiifaction Gnaranteed aa td Frlot ??' 0/-jvlitT.-OB\ OTTERBUPN tithia aod Mapesia SprinfS WAtER. Greateat known Water for Dya Eepsia, Indigestion, Kidney and iVcr Troubies. Leadinjj Physicians endorse it and testiiv to its great merit FRlNKWiRFI?LD,Drordsi Suvtmoi to WARFIELD A HALL. 'IOKE144 80LE AGEN , H',. r>,?,,, ?a,i?*v- ,n^ !>.:.?. ??r??4 MEEllNi-S. TIIK annual rueeling i.f tl.e stockbolders of UIK WA8HI5UTON INDUtjTKlAL COMPAtY, Jneorporated, will be beld at the prhteipal ??Hi e r.f thecompanv, 11) aouth Fairf-ix atreet, > lexa> drix, Virginia, on M'f.'l'AY. Marek 7. 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the election ot directora for the euaaioe y?sr snd to tranwt sueh other baaiatss as may b? pri'perly hefoie the rneeting. Books open for the tnmafer of atock of the couipauy until 3 p. m. on February 28th. WM. P. BECKWITH. feb21 td Aaaiatant Secretary. OTICE lOSTOCKaoLDKIH.?Tbe an nnal meetini; ofthe atock hollers of THK EMER80N BTEA1I Pl'MPCOMPANY will }>e he!<i attheir otliceiD Alexin.lrin, Virginia, on MONDAY, Junusry 10, 19'0. nt 11 o'clock a.m. B BRUCE EMERSON, Secretary. Meetinc adiourned to TIIUR5DAY. Feb ruary 10. 1910, wben it will be held at tbe same hour and place. Meetinjr adjonrned toTHURSDAY, March 10,1910, wh-n it will be held attheaarae hour and pl<c*._d<W" td THE annnal mectinfj of th? stiK-kholdera of the VJK'HNIA SAFE DEPOSIT A TRl'd T COKIMRA-TION * III be h< 11 att>-e bome oflie? in Alexandria oo March 15. 1 ia 10. at 11 a. m, By order of th? JV>a*d of Oirec tors. C. J. R1XEY, President, f?b28td VIOLETS JONQUILS . . . 50c per doz. CUOICE POT PLANTg. The Mra. F. J. Kramer Floral Co. tU KiDg 8t. 114 North Fayetta 8t, febZ? Lw Colcni.il Sar-aparil!a will put yoa in! good ahape if \^a are mn dcwn. 'Ihe dm* to take it ia now; the place to gct it is at Leadbaater'a; Oc perbotUc, MONDAY EVFNI.VG. MAR. 7. 1910 GEISHISPENeiON. E'.brirjge E. Reynolds, a Lake Saore locoaiotive eoginerr, of Eklhar., Icd., foogbt the baltles of Iife for more tbsn half a certury. On his laat iui, at tbe end of which waa a peoaion for the sev eoty-yrar-old veteran, the irjector weot wroog, the engine flew patt a block aigoti and crasbed into a freigb' Iraio. :? Discbarged,ioalead of honorable re'.Irt ment, was tbe cumpaoy's reply, io ac cord with atrict tulei. Reyoolds said the company was rigtt, that be bad erred and the pecalty was mrritid. Tben tbo r.fficlali, wbo bad known the eogioeer for decadea aod knew hia record bad nct one blsck mirk agaitat it u t 1 that la?t mish^p, rtvlewrd tbeir rollaf, Tecbnicaily Heynolds had bern retired before tbat final mi, and beoce he cruld not be diacbsrged, they held Tbe rngineer was placed on the "r?ttred witi bonor" liat aod his peosion waa given him. Sh fl>rera who eay they have tried every thing withoct beuefit are the peopls we are looking for. We want them to know frotu glad experience that Ely's Cream Balm will coiiquer Cold in the Held, Hay Fever, and obstiuater'.jrnis ot Naaal Oatarrh. This rem? edy acta direotlroa the inflaiued, rensitive membranea. Cleansing, aoothiog aod beal ng. Oae trial will coovince yon of ita hesl ng power. Price 50c. Ail druggiats, or mailed by Eiy Broa., 66 Warren 8t., New York. HOR3E EAI8 $750 DIAMOND. 0 Capt. H. O. Butle t, a wealiby Jupltn Mo., mlne owner, diacovereduntuiputed taates in King, his $1,000 black borse, wben tbeacimal plcked a foor-carat dia mund from hismaster'ssbir^ front.crush. ed it tittwecn bis teetbaod a?allowed it. Ccptaio Bsrt'ett was ge'tlog raady to go ior a drive aod went t > tbe borse'a he id to Icoasn tbe hltcbicg atrap. Tbe big ?tine gliit?oed in tbe son aod at tmct d King'iattention. Reacbing over bis maeter'i cutetretched arm, be calmly p'cked the diamond from its eeltiog. BarUftl grahbed the horse'a mcu h aod tried ti make hlm dlsgorgc tie gem, bat King calmly kept oo moDcbfcg. The dtsmond *ai valued at $750. ^^^yH^^A^EjaiAi^^ [ESTABUSHED 1822.) BEM K. HELD & 00. Soooaaeorsto /OS1AH H. D. SMOOT, Lnmber and Mill Work OF ALL KINDS. (Jme, Cement and Plaatef Offl<y? aad Yard 115 N. Urdon itraai. Faetory No. 111 N. Lee street, jB?*Mat?ri.\l Delivered FREE in the city, FOUNDER8 AND MACHINISTS J. & H. A1TCHES0N, Machinists and Engineera. Agents firay fiasoline Motors Engineera and Machinists Suppliea, Pipe, Pipe Fittinga, Valves, Etc 0 0 0 Blacksmithing and Repair ing Promptly Executed. The Alexandria iron works Foundry, Machine, Blacksmith, and Strucvural Iron Work. Mannfactti -ersof Power Tnrbine pnmps: will lift water 28 feet. Agents for International Coal Oil En? gine, a safe and reliable power. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron works. Bell Phone 53. 0-0 0 WASHINGTON OFFICE 514 Evans Buildlne - Phone Maia'733 S?1^4TTLES MANFFACTURER OF FERTILIZBRS Officb awd STonae: 115-117 N. Royal 8t. Dcaler in Hardware, Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and Gatden Seeds. wAniutorsFs. soitii D_noi stkeet, om LIKE OF SOnHKB.N RAILWAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will always keepin aUjck thehiKheatgrade of tbe*e articles. SULLIVAN'S -Wood Yard Kingand Peytoa'Sls. ? - Alexandria, Va. Small orders delivered 10 to 12 a. m. and to 5 p. m. 1, i and full cord orders delivered at once. Deliveriea in Boaemont, Braddock and Del Ray daily. PIIONE3: Bell 217. Hom# W an22 3m VIRGINIA.-Ia the Clerk's Offios ofthe Circuit Conrt of the City of Alex? andria, on the 2?th day of Febroary, 1910. Bertha M. Taylor | ya. > In chancery, John H. Taylor I Uemo. Ihe object of thia aoit ia io obtain for tbe cotnplainant a d'vorce from the bond of matrioiony from tbe clefendant, the cuatody of h-r iofant chill, Jotiah Vy*. Taylor. and lor general relief. ?Tt appcaring by an ai&dayit filed in thia eanae that the defenriant. John H. Taylor, ia a nonreaident of thia 8tat#: It ia O-. dered, That said defendant appearhere with in fift*en days afterdue pnblication of this ordert and do whst ia necessary toprottct his interesto in thia anit, and that a eopy of thia order beforthwith inaerted in the Alexan? dria twa-tte, a newspaper publiaha/i in the city of Alexandria, once a waek for foor ane eeasjye weeks, and posted at the frant door of the Conrt Houae ot this city, A copy?TasTa NEVELL 8. GBEENAWAY. Clerk Lewis H. Mtchen, p. q- fcbtW w<w-f Ifatraasisproperlyfitrtd, will not eausa ajeeea-brt. You ear> ?? snch ? at if yon go toLaadbeatar'a. For Evenin|f Hours Some of the sweetest honrs of home-life are passed under the gentle, kindly light of the eve cing lamp. If it be the Rayo Lamp, the light contributea an addcd chann?makcs reading and sewing easy. There are no aching eyes after reading or sew? ing under the rays of the Rayo Lamp. The Rayo Lamp diffuses a steady white light It is the least trying of any artificial light. Made of brass throughout?nickel plated?improved central draught burner. The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but you cannot get a better lamp at any price. Once a Rayo user, always one Every Dealer Ererywkere. If Not at Yours, Write for Descxiptive Cireular to the N-arcst Agency of the STANDARD OIL COXPANY (Inoorponat?4> THE BE5T A1EDICINAL WHI5KY Wakefield Rye Headquarters for the BEST WINES AND LIQUORS in the city. LOWENBACH BROS Rins nnd Alfred Streets. Both Phones Ilr?-*5^*rW ,J>*"*?*-<? When Fashion Reigns Supreme at Eastertide the rnatter of auitable fontwear is a vnat'er of most importnnt conaideration. Ungainly ahoes will apoil the who'e ?tlect of th* nioat elegant gown, or csnse the lu.it cut and fit'ed lliasrilles g*rrnenU to look nntidy. Procure yourahoea at Katz'a, whsre the rrirst approv el and highcst qnality nf ?entlemen's and lidica' ahoea are leidy fo' *?ur nWcui a. Afterawck tnking we have phueil ou onr Ba'gain Table a lot of Lidiet', Mi'aei' sn.I Ch'ldraa'a Hrioes, rangiog ia pricea up to $2.f>0 which we will sellat 60e a pair. The ladiea' shoes are niostly btsII aiavs. A. KATZ 400King Street Alexandria, Va. CIGARS. "Worth Looking Ip" so they are.. You'll find ihem ali over town wherever you go. Thtre's a perfect smokeconceal ed in. Eacfa Cigar We Mannfacture and we are piacing some excol lent brands upon the market < 'ai1 at any cigar store and verify our claims. HAMIUTON & CO., 323 KING STREET. FiyANOIAL. E3TABLISHED 1852. BURKE&HER3ERT, Bankers, Modernly eqnipped for banking in its vari ons branceei. Depoeiti received subject to check at sight Colleotions made on all pointa. Righ-gnuie investment secnrities bonght and aold. Lettera of Credit ar.d Foreign Exch&nge larniahed. Bafe Depoait Boxea for rent. A Savings Department in which interest is allowed on depoaita. Gabdhkr L. Bootab M M. B. Barlow, PBK8IDXMT. J 1 Vice Preaident. Gbo. E. Warfibld, Cabhikb. First National Bank ALBZAiroKU, Va, Destgnatcd Depository of ibe United 8ts?ee. capital aiaa,eo WP.PLUS AND UNDIVIDED FE0F1T8 ? ? ?.? $175,000 Direotcnt 9. r.. T>n<iTTTE, M, B. HATJLO * G. K. WAUFfl'LD, J. *. MUIR, WALTER "OBE? rs, *. MfisiR/JR. FRAXCra L. 82AITH. Frompt Attention gi yw? to all hndrssa, n alulicg oollectlon* tiurocghoat tht gtaaseand Enrapa, Trussell's Loose Leaf Memo Books. All sfyles of rulingsand bindings. Let us show you the advantage of them. S.F.Dyson& Bro. 508 KINfl 8TREET. I8. LEiDBEATER & m CLABRHCB a LSADUBATEB, Frttlrtent. BDWAED 8. LEADEKATBB, ViOB PrerideEt rOHW UUDBSATas. 8oc. and Traaanm EglABLISHED 1709. UmocvroaxTaD.) Mannfsctnring Pharraarists and Dealers in Paints, Oila. W.udow Glsss, Dyestnfla, Spices. Dmggirt's Fsncv Goods; aiid .Specialtiea, Im porters of Tooth Brushea, Hair Bmshes, Per nmery, Olive OiL Ac. Agents for John Lncaa A O.'s Tinted Gloss Paints, Fasnry's liqnid Colors and' Devoe's Letvi and Zinc Paints. Goods shipped the day order is received Qnotationa fnrniabed by retn-s __i_ Coy rwapond?oc? an'ficifrH._ Tnrses and only tha beat kinds sold at Leadbeater's. YOU Will know why we sell so much coffee, if you try our Pal ?ce Brand. Fresh from the roaster to you. 25c pound Midland Butter Fresh from the churn 38c pound BEST ELfilNlWlER 35c Ib, ROLL BUTTER, 30c lb. Call, phone or write Edward Quino & ions St. Asaph ard Oronrce Strects. ???e99C8ee#??a9??tQfl 0 The Bcst of ?veryihing. q ?TAYLOR'S VIOLET ? I CKEAM 8 9 ?n eleeant prcoaratimi for CHAP- 0 ? PE1) IIAN'IH AV1) FACF: aaaures ? ^ a toft and white akin. (fi ? Price 25 Cents. ? ? Taylor'sPharmacyf O M" King Street 9 PARK AGNEW, Proprietor THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick Front and Building Sand. WORKS : Hnntlng Creek. yr ,,*?1er.V"iTi?? 107. Everything! Cakes, Pies aod Pastrbs and Quality Ice Cream at H. Blocii *15 King Street Both phonea _iiAlLBOAJDB _ SOUTHERN RAILWAY Traini laave Unioa fitatlon AlaxandrU Ib Effect Jsnnary 3,1910. N. 8? Followinr; sohedale fignre* pabllshr only as In'ormatlon. and are not gaaranteod. 7=47 A. M.?Daily Local between Waahing? ton acd Danville. 8:47 A. M.?Daily?Local for Harrison bnrg, and way stationi, 9;17A. M.-Daily-U. 8. Faat MalL Stoj. only for pasaengers for pointi eonth at thictv ichedalea to atop. Fini clais coachei, sleep ing cara to Birmingham and drawing.room alwping cara to Naw Orleana. Dining ear 11.17 A. M.?Daily?Mail train. Coachaa for Munaaeaa, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Danville and Greenaboro. Sletping cara Greenaboro to Atlanta. 1.17 p, m.?Week Daya?Local for War ren'on and Straabnrg Junction. 4:32 P. M. Daily?Birniingham soeeiaL Sleepmg cara between New Wk, Augvata, Aikea an*i Jackfunville. Sleeper to Birming. ham. ThrongL flrst-sbus coachei between washington an Jaokaonvili*. Dining car serrioe. Toorist vo California fonr times 4-37 P. M.?Week Daya?Local for H&i. rt'onburg and way stationi on Maxami hrujoh. 5&*S Jf--]??Uy-Local for Warwntm and Chariottearille. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Waahington and Cha tanooga Liraited (via Lynchburg). *tn olaaa ccach and aleeplng oarato Roarckt knoxviile and Ciiattanooga. Bu> per to Now Or!'.?in2, V, ington to Boanoke. Dining car serrloa. 11:02 P. M.-Daily-New York, Atlanta ? i Orleana Limited. All Puiiu<an train, e'i b and obaervation cars to N?v. Or maa. SWping cari to Aiheville, Atlanta,. Macon. and Now Orleana Hleepmg cars to Charlotte, Dhiinc car aervioe. 4:27 A. M.?Daily?Mempbls srecial, Sleeping cars and coachei for Roanoke, Knox~ ville, NaMiville, Chattanooga and Mein phia. Dining car serrice, Waahington sleeping cars open 10:00 P. M. Throngh trains from the Sonth arrive at A> exsjidria 6:13 and' 6:33 ind 10:23 A. M. 2.13, 7:28, 10:23 and 11.68 P. M. daily. flar nsonbur* 11::!8 A. 14. week dayi and 9:18 P. K. dail- From Charlottesville 9:28 A. M, TRAJN8 ON BLUEMONT BRANCB. Leave Alexandria (W. AO. Ptation, week daya at 8:22 A. M,, 3.66 and 4.55 P. M. for Bl neraont; ft:33 P.M.week dayi for l^eabnrg; 4.55 P. M. daily for Bluemont and 9:23 A. M., local, on Sunday* only for Blaemont. Fordetaliod schednle figures, ticketi, Puli B6D ro?ervation, etc., apply to WILLIAM G. LEHEW, Union Ticka Agent, Alexandria, Va. E. H. COAPMAN, General Manager 3. B. BAEDWICK, Pasi. Traf. Mgr. B. F. CARY, General Pasaenger Agent. u. S. BBOWN, General A*ent. _Waahington, D. O. Washington, Alexandria ? Mt. Vernon Railway. IneflectlMayl, 1909. LHAVH ALKXASDBIA, For Waahington, fromcorner Prinoaud Boyal atreeta, week days, at 540, 6 05. 630, 6 40,6 55,706,715,730, 7 40, 7 60, n <X> 815, 8 25, 836. 8 60, 910, 9 30 9 53 10 10,10 30,10 50.1110, 11 26, 11 30, 11 60 a m., 12 10, 12 26, 12 30, 12 50, 1 10, 1 25, 1 30, 1 50, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 60,3 06, 3 26, 3 35, 8 61 4 10 4 25, 4 30,4 40, 455, 5 10, 526, 5 86, 550 6 i ?, 6 20, 6 30, 6 45, 7 00, 7 16, 7 25. 8 00, 8St, 900, 9 30,10 00,1030, 1110 and 1165 p.m, Snndaya-7 00,7 36,810,8 20,8 40,9 00,9 90, 9 40,100 ,10 20, 1040, 1100,11 20 and 1140 a. m., 1200,1220, 1240, 100. 120, 1 40, 2 00 2 20,2 40,3 00,3 20, 340,400,4 20,4 40,609 6W.540.600, 6 20, 6 40, 7 00, 7 20, 7 40,8 0U 830, 900, 930,1000. lOJtr, and 1110 p.m. ?ob mocttt vhbkos. Leave Alexnndria for Mouni Vernon, week days, 6 45, 656, 7 66, 861, 10 25, 11 28, a. ra.' I 10, 2 26, 330. 4 40, 5 36, 6 30, 7 86. 8 60, 9 50, 10 60 <tno n 50 p. rn. Sundayu?7 00, 8 80, 930, 10 30, 11 30 a. D 12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 430, 530, 630, 730 8 46and 10 16 p.m. BCHRDULS FOR AXEXANUBIA OTTT CAB, HOBTHBOUSD. Leave Ferry Wharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10,'9 60, 10 25,11 00, 11 36 a. m.; 12 30, 1 05, 1B35, 2 05, 2 45, 3 30, 4 05, 4 35, 6 06, 6 45,6 30, 7 05, 7 46, 8 26. 9 00, 9 40 p. ro. 8O0THEOCWD. Leave Ppring Park 8 06, 8 80, 8 66, 9 38 10 10, 10 46, 11 20 a. m.; 12 16, 12 60 1 20, 1 60. 2 30, 3 16, 8 50, 4 20, 4 50, 5 30 6 l>6. 6 f 0. ; ?g. 8 1P. 8 4*. 9 28. 10 (K1 o m Washington Sonthern Ry Schedale in eflect Jan. 3, 1910. Traini leave Union Station for Was!ungtor? and pointe north at 7 23, 7 43, 808,8 23 and' 9 68 a. in , U-01, 280,8 07,818, and 1133 p. m.. daily. For Fredericksbnrg, Riohmond and poinU tr nth at 4 37, 7 43 (local), and 10 22 a. m-. 12 00, 4 22, 4 42, 5 18, 607, 7 42 and 10 17 p. m. Aeoommodation forFrederiokibnrg at 618 p. m. daily. Notb :?Time of arrivali and departnrw and conner*?ioni not irnaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Macager ._ Bichmond. Va. 8TEAMEBS. MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND V1R. GINIA RA1LWAY COMPANY, SPRING 8CHEDULE. ateamera of This Line Leava Alaaaodria on and after May 16.1909, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and 8ATDBDAY at 4:30 p. m. fOE BALTIMORE AND ALL TH1 U8UAL RIVER LANDINGS. Caiaino and ajppcintmenta unciceiled, Freigbi for Baltimore, Philadelp-la aatt J?*w York solioited and handled with cara, Throogh rates and billa of lading iasned. Slagle ?are to Baltimore, $3,50; round tHp f&SO. SUterooma. one way, $1.50. Meale, 50e REABDON A GRIME8, Agcnta, Foot nf O*?#ron aitrw*. Potomac & Chesapeake Steamboat Company NEW NORFOLK LINE On an After October 14 SI'KAMKK 8T, JOHNH, PotTHBOUND?Toesday, ThnrsdayandBat nrday. Leaves Washington from 8th at wharf, 5 p. ni.; Alexandria, Cameron st. wharf, 5:'fO p. m.; Colonial Beach, 10 p. m. Arrivee Old Point, 6 a. ni.; Norfolk, 7 a. m. NoBTiinocND?Suaday, Wedaesday and Friday. Leave* Norfolk, Commerce st. dock, i p. m,; Old Point, 6 p. m.; Colonial Beach, 12midnight. Arrivea Alexandria, 5:30 a, ra.; Washington, 6 a. m, Conneotions at Colonial Beach and Wash? ington with local steamers for Potomac river landicgs. At Norfolk and Washin ton witb iines diverging, Fare, one wav, $2.00; roond trip, $3 00. W. R. EMUEBT. Vice Prea. and Gtn. Mgr. W. f. CARNE, Jr.. Gen. Agt. REARDON A GRIME8, Agent*, Alexandria*, Wenerai taranee IgeBcy LAURENCE STABLER, ttaem Na. 4L Barka & Harbart Bldf The compamea rapneeatad in this cJBoaj haveaaaeU of over $100,000,000. Amoe* staaraare: Martford Flre laaaraace 6a, LiVerpool dt London ct Qlaa* /Etna laauraeea Co. "tortbera Asauraoce Ca Sprlaffiald Flre dt Mar'.aa. Prompt auontion giveo to a^jns__an* oa loaaet ajad all maiten conaacaeo with uuar ??*>? -*?>-i * JOHN P. BOBIMSOIt, Gko.'B. Ffekcm President. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer asd Cbemical Coiapajy. __NU?ACTOB*ilS OF Fertilizers, FertiLizer Ma terials & Sulphuric Acid, Aak yonr dealer for the Alexandria Fer? tilizer ?_ Chetnical Co.'a Prodncta. t apaclty: 50,000 tons par anatun. ' Frincess Street aad Potomac River WharA Alaxaadria.?.-...Virgjnia.