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Dust. VETERiN DUSTj EXTERMINATOR SWEEPING COMPODND 1. the Bucces'Jol retu't ol jeara ol dil gent.todyand carelul experimenf. It i. not a liqild, bat ia roanufactarad n graou'atea form. An every day neco - alty, not a loxary. It abaorb*. dirt and prevecti dmt fromrlaingduricg the pr - ceaa of eweeping. It makee bare fbo'a clean and smootb, aavee Bcmoblng, klll. tbe du? and germs, brigbi ana np old carpeta and tup, obviat* diaaetrcu conseqaences of an loev.table cloui ol dust while sweeping the old way. Uaed on Floors, Tilei, Lino leums, Oil Cloths, Carpeta and Rugs, and possessea proprieties that firmly grip the dust and dry cleans them. Practically Indispensable for DsrelllDge, Officee, fctores, Ware honseB, Pabllc Bulldlngs, School., OjI \*<iee, HoBpltaN, Cburches, Theatres, llills, Restanranta, Hotela, Factuiesor arbatsver microbe-lnfesud dmt accam BlatM on floor space. Ic is inexpenaive; paye for Itaelf by aaving hundreds of dollara in damaged goods each year, and it le gnaranteed to do tbe work of exi rmlnating dast. Dust Breeds Consumpiion Dust is extremely disagreeable as well aa dangeroos, everybody admlts thet and argament isunneceasary. CustiadeBtroc tive, bence tbe necessity of nsing a Sweeping Oompjnnd of Established repntit on and dependable qaalitv, be? ing gnaranteed Aotiaeptic and a Disic fectant. Carpets, Rugs and Art Squares Wby take up carpets and beat them to piecea when the Veteran Dast Kxter mlnator Sweeping Oomponnd will grad oally cleao tbem where tbey are and briog back their original color. on the rloor vitfc n\ takiog them np? Thl. aweeping Oomponnd doee not lay the cmt, bat removes it from the floor by absorption. So dmt rlsee aod sweep iog become. an nnalloyed pleasure In ntead of oasty dradgeiy. FOR SALE ONLY BY G.Wm.Ramsay Patronize Bomc Industry. TheBannerSteam Lanndry Is lueetiDR aud fultilliDg the exactitude of the publif in every way??llicieney promptnesB, fairtt-s*, eourtesr, consistency and earefulness haa roarked its courae and hewiug the way to public|popularity. .?_?. Banner Steam Lanndry Pbones?Bell 203, Home 133 R AXKXANDR1A - - VIRGINIA RICHARDB.WATTLES MANL'FACTITKKK OF FBRTIL.IZERS Officr and Stoexs: 116-117 N. Boyal 8t. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehicles, Harness, Field and Gaiden Seeds. warkiiot-kn, MI 111 r/BK>B bTREFT, OB l.l.NK OF SOl'TllKK.V KA11.WAY. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and All Kinds of Mill Feed. Will alwars keep iu stock the highest grade of these articles. CONSIDER THE J5VANTAGES OF TOAOf "SiAUk RtC. ROOFiNG WATER A. WEATHER PROOF, FIRE-RESISTINC. Wlll not melt, rot, tear or corrode. Contains nq tar. ( il or paper. Ondasti metal and shlnnles. Pllable-can berasily fitted intOatuttfra. vallcya. eto., thereby saving expenae of tin and coppcr. Anv haa ly nu can npply Ruberold. Lengtiiena the life of any bu. H >iu/.>r frtcmmmtmmflm, W. A. Smoot & Co., Inc , Lumber and Mill Work, ALEXANDRIA, VA. man lyr C S. IMMMM & StMS, OLABKKGB 0- LB_DBB_TBB, President. at) W_BD 8. LXAdbbatbb, Vioe Preaident, ?TOHH LX_OBB_tbs. Sm. and Treaamrtr' KSTABLIBHED 1703, UUrOOBPOBATBD.) Manufaoturing Pharnivist* and Dealers it Paints, Oils, Window Olaaa, Dvestnfls, Bpices, Drnggiat'a Fancy Goods; aud ^ pecialtiea, Im porttT* of Tooth Bruthea, Hair Bruahea, Per umery, Olive Oil, aic. Agents for John Luoas A Co.'a Tinted Glou Painu, Masnry'a Liquid Colors and Devoe'a Le&d and Zinc PainU. Goods shipped the day order U receivac' Quotationa rarniabed hv ?.tn?? mail. Cor respoodetaoa soi icited._SSS;___? T" _T Z MONDAY EVENINO. HAB. 21. 11*10. The Leather of the Egyptiana. Tbo anclent Egyptians were skllled in the art of tanning leather and man ufnetured lt in various ways and for various purposes besldes that of fur nlshing corcrlng for tbe feet Indeed, lt Is to those builders <?f the pyramids tbat vre are indebted for the flrst artis tic forms of footwear, and, so far as can be nscertalncd from hlstory and the researches of archacologlsts, tbe Egvptians were the flrst shoemakcrs who were worthy of that name. It la a faet, too, that tanners of today em ploy very much the samo methods as did the ancients. About tbe same materials are used, and the procosses are altnost prcclsely alrollar to tbose ln vogue hundreds of yeara ngo. It ls true that tanners of the present day have found a means of greotly shorten 1ns: tba time requlred to oonvert a bide int"o leather and tbat steam power and rnodcru maebinery have doue much to <>xpedite and iroprove tbe proeesses of finisuing the leather; but, after all, the prlnclpals of tanning remaln tlic same as they have been from the flrst.? London Globe. Posthaste. He kieked off his wet boots, slld his fired feet into a pair of earpet sllppers, llt his pipe, sat down in the easy cbair witb a slgb of relief and declared that twenty thousand wlld horses couldn't make him stlr from the house till morning. "Henry," remarked the lady with the knltting needles, "you posted that let? ter I gave you tbis morning, I sup poaef "I did, my lore," he answered un blushlngly. "I asked ma to postpone her vlsit for awhlle," his wife went on. You see" Henry did see. His wife saw too. What she saw was the tired man jurap from his cbair, kirk off his sllppers, put on his bOOtB and skl|> out Into tbe street as If ralfl WBJ the very thing be llked WBdlag tlirough. And wbeB, flva mlaatea later, Henry camo back with a tala tbat be'd just been to BB8 bow the HiiTniometer out sldi- tba poatofflea stood she stnlled.? London Scraps. Just Like Eve's Apple. A fruit nppoaed to boBt" tba mark of Eve's teetfc is ooa of the many l>otar !cal ciiriosities of Ccylnn. The tree on which it grows ls Known by tho sig nibVant name of "the forhidden fruit," or "Eve's apple tree." The blossom has a very pleaaaot scent, but the real ly remarkable fcature of the tree, the ooa to wUcb it owea Ita oaaae, is the fruit. It Is beautiful aml hangs from the treo in a pcculiar inanner. Orange on the outside and ileep CTimsOO with? in, each fruit has the nppearance of having had a pteCB bitten out of it. This fact, togethet wltb Ita poboooaa quality, ted tbe Mote-UBOdana to rep IBBent it as the forhidden fruit of the garden of Edeo and to warn raen agalnst Its DOXkm propcrties. The BBurk apoo th<- fruit is attrlbated <" Evc. Wbj the bita of Adam did not also leare H< mark is not known, bQt as only one plece seems to be iu\nt\uu its loss is aacribed to tbo wc-taa Constable Had the Evidence. One of PbUadelphla'a leading uorpo ration htwyera was rtalttng in New Engluntl, and. returning home, he told how ha bad been arreeted there. H? had not had a vacatlon for some yeara, and, getting into the country, he pro eeeded to be ? bcy again. He stnKk a plece of country road and ran BlOQg for a half mlle. He found a fesce and vaulte.l it. He saw ,i tree and cllmbed it. Finally he re turned to the vilhige. Ju-<' M be struck the town a hand was lald oa bis sbouider, and a man said ln a gruff volce: "Come with me." "What for?" iuqulred the other in amazement. "J'm the constable, and you're under arrest. !'?..? been followlng you, and I tbink you're crazy." ? I'hiladelphia Tlmes. Cool Presence of Mind. Debtor (to ahopfirl)?Ife au outrnge for your emplnyer to bave you present tbls bill liero at the railroad stutinii lu tho presence of all ttieaa peoptej Tell bim 1*11 nttend to Ihe inatter a<t soon ns I gei boioa, And now give me a klss, so the people W_l think that you nre a re'ative and have come to ioid me go(Klby!-i'll'f,'0!i(le Itlatter. ' A? Risky Study. '?Why have you dropped your popu lar astronomy'r" aaked the visitor. '"('ati.se 1 got too many lickings," oonflded Tommy. "The other night I rold pa that Mars' face waa ever clianging. and ma heard me and thought I meant ber face. Next thlng I dldD't get any stti>per and got a lick Ing beside*."--Cbicago News. Ministers Aboard Bhip. A minister aboard sbip has alwnys been taken ns a "Jonah sign" by soa men. In recent years, however, tlils supfefaUtlon has been modifled to a cer? tain exteut. A young minister, the seamen believe, vnll not brlng as much of a "Jonah" with him aa an old one. Simplicity Itself. "There ara only two pomts ln euc cees." "Wuat are theyr "Work and keep other people from working you." Do It Now. Declslon a*rer becomes easier by postponement, whllo babit grows etronger erery day. Common aense as well as consclence says, "Choose tbia day." Tho feet of Fave are tender, for she aets ber steps not on the gruund. but on tbe heads of men ? Homer. Many Requeata froia Catarrh sotlcre-s who uaeauinirera haveeaused us to put up Mqaid f'ream Balm, a new and convenienl form of Fly'a Cream Balm, the only remedy 'or CaUrrh which can alwavs be depanded on. In power to allay indiamation, to '?leanse the "logged air passagea, to promoU free, aati'ral breating, the two formsof Cream Balm are alike Liquid Cream Balm is aold by all druggiata for 75 eenU, icolnding aprar >ng tube. Mailed by Ely Broa., 56 Warran atreet. Xew Vork. Abdominal Balta for aorpulant paopia efc takaed on aptaial ordec at Lreaaibaater'a. The Sewing Light makes the long evening hrilliant with its steady white light for sewing or reading. Made of brass, nickel platcd and equipped with the latest im proved central draft bumer. 1 The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but you cannot get a better lamp at '? any price. Once a Rayo tuer, alwaya one Every Dealer Everywhrre. If Not At Yours, V/ritt fOt> pcicriptia-e Clrcular to the Nearest Agtncy ct tha BTANDARD OIL COHFANY (laearporated) ' TBE TIME TO BUY A BOME IS NOW. \ home ia AJexandria A home io Rosemont A home in Mt Ida A home in West End A country homt Homes'at all prices and on terms to suit every one. HARRIE WHITE Hotncs for sale Money to loan Every kind of Tnsurance ^^ 628 King Street ESTABUSHED 1870. First of the Season. Steamed HardJShell Crabs Devlled Crabs Little Neck Clams For lunch. dinneror supper. THE, RAMMEL CAFE Both Telehones. SPRING SHOES We have ?earched the markefs ihoroughly and have choaer the crsam of the new 6t> 1cs of ihe le> ding manufactur* n. OUR SPRING LINES show a diMinctiveness which will com mend them to careful and exclusive dreasers. OUR Sl YLES FOR GEN TLEMEN are in new effects.both ii shapes and detaifs. snd coropiise those of extrtme noveliy for 3 oun? men, and others on quieter Hnea for conseivative wear^rs. OUR STYLES l-OR LADIES show every novrl effect. in a) the leading stj'es, thapes and leathci*; alto full l.ncs for the rest of the fi milt. A. KATZ, 400 KINQ 5TREET. Virginia Safe Deposit & Trnst Corporation ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. fVachorized Capital Paid in Capita $1,000,000.00_ $300,000.00 D1RECTORS. C J? Rlxey, Johc P. Robinson, Thomaa J. Fannon, C C.Leadbeate Henry K. Held, fitny Eaadar, Gteifi S-. Jj^JjJ ? J. *. M Nortor, We act aa Execulor, Adirini*tra<or and Trustee. Issue Fide ,ty, Contract, Offidal and Judicial Bonde. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted. Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks, Gorporatiors, Firms and Indiyid jals, and oromiae liberal treatment consiatent with aound bankung xtethoda. YOU Will koow v hy we sell so much coffee, if you try our Palace Prand. Fresh from the roaster toiyou. 25c pound Miclland Butter Fresh.from the churn. 38c pound BEST ELfiliBlinER 35c Ib, ROLL BUTTER, 30c Ib. 0-0-0 Call, phone or write Edward Qninn S Sons St. Aaaph and Oronoco Streets. The Be-.t ol Everylhlp* M, Wme ij i. A ?>| I fDdld cotfi. v !oolc. Gve* italftS coerary aod iocrtsBtd ap pet'te. Large Bottle 50c. TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 King Street QUALITY ICE CREAM From now on we will have alwayc on hand Brick Ice Cream in all flavors ready to take home. Fancy Moulds for Easter. H. Blocti ?>1S King Street_Both phonea Som? faniliea buy five koulee ef Colonis ?earaaparilla at a time. It ce-tidcly i> a goM medicloe, aad they wootdn't be withooi it. sii bott;ea fer $8.'0. Leadbeater'a. W. A. JOHNSON & CO., WH0LE8AJLE OUOTEBS. ?XNKBAL COMMI88ION MERCHAUT 'Aad Dealers la ALL KIND8 OF LIQDOOP,' Have on ba_d Oibeon'a XX, XXX, XXJi andPnreOld Rye, Old Cabi net aed I i aram Whialiiss; also Usker'aand Tborvj oa '? Pure Rye Wniaiies, to which the-/ Invita tht atteatioa ofthe trade. Orders from tha ootuatry for Li'i^hsr.dlH saall receive prompt atte ConsJarnraenU of Flonr, Graln and Cottn^r Prodnoe solidted, for which th?y g-_rs_t? ha htghest market pricai and prompt r*ttirr cV. K corner Camercn and Royal 8traett. JOHN AHKliN & CO? flTHOLESALE AND fiETAIL eBOC_Br As." Dealara ia PUBE WTNE8 AND LIQUOBi?. Co-ntry Prodnoe reoeirad dailr. Our stcci of Pifcoi _v4 F&unj Groceiie. embracea ererr tMioM t* it r-vt <n thia line. We hold Lucely ln B-ital CUtee bond-* warehouaa and earry in atoofc -ars<;? breadi ofthe beat PUBE BYE AND MALT WJIISKJLEP made. Hare alao ia st^re s-p?rior gradta ? Foralra and _~erloan WINESL A?fa_\ E?OWN 8TOUT, to. jar*_i_sraetlon G_u_at-- _s to Prioa aW Qoalltr.*-* Cvrnur PHn<-'-^ ^?"naroa atraaif. P RK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Stwer Brick. Front and Building Sand, WORKS : Hunting Creek. Ivi 'r?1et>ho_*> ?r?7. BUILDING MATEBIALfi. rESTABLISHED LjO-J nr K. FIELD & CO. Racoaasorsto JOaiAH H. D, SMOOT, Lamber tnd Mill Work 0PALLKIND6, _'me, Cement and Plaiter OBm aad Yard 116 N. Union vtnot, FaetorrNo. 111 N. Leeatmt. JaB MalailiU Delivered PBEE ln tha dtr, lfa U-uaa _ ^roperl/ fitted, will not ca_s? d-Mpnifort. You oa^ "?' ??,h - fit Uf yon go to DBBdbaater _r?TPC ??????* +J STATEMENT CilizcDs' National Bank of Alexandria, Va., January 31, 1V10. ? ._ OFFICERS. Ed^frV^ngerfie.,, ^^P^e Rich.nl M. Green, Gaabien E. E. ftyn* Kli CtSS. f _ _ DIRECTORS: vv -,i,Ti0,ifj u Edw8rd L Daingerfield, Jas W Roberts vT arth "ulf,sh- Carroll Pierce VI A. Ah?rn. Urban S. Lambert I lIAHIaMTIE*. Loans U. S. Bonds to se cure circuiation . Bonds to secure U S. Deposit Other Honds and Stock* . . . Danktng Hottse & Real Estate . . Cash . 46,441.96 Due from Kanks and Rcserve Agcnts 99,1.?? 71 f 687,951.441 Capital 100,000 00 1,000 00 49,986.56 52,856.97 145,574 67 $l,037l69~64 Surplus . . . Undivided Profita Circuiation . Deposits . . . U S. Deposit . . $190,008.0 0 100,000.00 18,049 91 95.850 00 722,469.73 1,000,00 $1,037,369 64 At l nf i 1 iro l^Oflr Three minutei walk from north ni Ulltfg*- r OTtS, Braddock station. A cosy aevcn fcm frame dwe ling, with front and rear porches and cbicken howses House pract?cally new and in fine eond'tton Lot 40 by I75fokttoan alley ,2 feet wide. An ideal low priced auburban Oi rrince street, near Pitt, a desirable ten room brick and bath, in exctllcnt confition, with eide and r*ar entrances, good yard aod fine cellar. 1 h? price on this property is very low and the terms rtasonable. One of the most desirable tbree story brick dwelliogs, enn t iining nine rorm?, baih and pantrj; heated !>y furnace, with fine roeit porth and t asmr-nt, and side yard; locate ? on a paved street *itbin two sqmns of King street. Lot has a frontage of 3716*13 nch< s ?'?? a depth of I5'? feet toa wide alley. For price itud t^rms and permit to inspect the above propertiea n'l on or uddrtss Thompson and Appich 107 ^c.uih Roy-al Streer . - - - - Alexandria, Va The First National 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. E. WARFIELD) BENOIT BAfcR, Jr. JAS MUIR M. B. HARLOW WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH. Tbls bank with its auiple capital and sarplns, itaadeqnate equipment and facilities, policits tbe accounts of manufacturers, wbolesalera, retailers and individunls nn tbe best ternia conststent witb sound banking. No acconut too large to be bandled Batiafactorily,none too amall to be appreciated. HvMOMMMMMMMMMMMM?M?< Modern aod l]p=to=Date io Every Respect nmniwnm iiiiiivJiiL liilli Corner King and Royal Streets. Capital $100,000 Capital $100,000 Depositors afforded every facility for busmess, secunty and accomodations Lnrge or fjiall accounts invitcd in both ( ommercial zti* J Savinga Dcpartment. Board of Director*. Judge T. E. Kico), Praridect. A. H. Bector,* W. B. Smoot, Vice Preaident. V. r "?**)], John A. Marehall, Vl<* Piretdeal, C. C. Carlin. T. C. 8mith, Vice Preaident and Cashier, W. A. Smoot: W, A, Bmcot, Jr. P. f. (iorman. A. 0, Portner Defails care fully attended to for all cyatomera. We issue drafts on all pointa of the world. THE BEST MEDICINAL WHIbKY Wakefield R ye Headquarterslor the BEST WINES AND LIQUORS in the city. LOWENBACH BROS Ring and Alfred Streets. Both Phones Get a dozen in a box before going home of Riley's Celebrated FRIED OYSTERS Ia box bOc, THpY'RE.DELICIOUS. On table:6?c All the leading brands of Winea and Liquors. Our speciaJty? HANNISVILLk. .JOH1NI RILEY K_E3 _RA-IaBOAPB_ ^UTflJCRN RAilTWAY Traina leave Dnica Statioa Alaza-drii Ia Eflect Jannary 3,1610. N. B?Following sched nle fignres pabliah* ooly aa fnformatlon. and are not gnarantawd 7:47 A. M.?Daily Local between Waehing ton and Danville. 8:47 A. M.-Daily-Lcoal to Harrisoa. '>arg, and way stationa. 9.17 A. M.-Daily-D. 8. Faat Mall. Stop only for pavwenger* for pointa aonth at ?hicr acheduled to stop. F1rs< cls_s ooachee, sleep ing- csra to Birmingham and drawina-rocm sieeping cars to New Orleana. Dining oar ?enioa. ? 11.17 A. M -Daily-Mail train. Coachee for Manassai, Charlotteeville, Lynchbnrg, Danville and Gnensboro. Sieeping cara Greeoaboro to Atianta. 1.17 p. m.?Week Daye-Locai for War renton acd Wtraaburg Jnnction. 4:32 P. M. Daily?Birmingham special. Bleeping cars between New * ork, A nBTista, Aiken anc Jacksonville. Sleeper to Birming? ham. Throngt flrst-olais coachee between Washington anrt Jaeksonvillr. Dining oar service. Tonrist u California fonr timaa weekly. 4:37 P. M.TWeek Daya-Loeal fof Ha?. risonborg and way atadona on Maaaaau bma"b. 6,:&P, ^.-DaUy-Locai for Warren and Charlotteevilie. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Waahington and Chnt Unooga Limlted (via Lynohburg), Firat ciaaa eoach and sieeping cara to oa ke. Knoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to Ne* Orleana. Wa*i ington to ltoanoke. Dining par aervloe. 11:02 P. M.-DailT-New York, Atianta and M? Orleana Limited. All Pnllmaa train, ol' b and obeervation cara to New Or leans. Sieeping cars to Aaheville, Atianta, Macon and New Orleana Sieeping cars to Chanotte, Dinine ear eervi?*. 4:27 A. M.?Daily?Memphia arecial. bleeping cars and coachee for Koanoke, Knox? ville, NaahvilJe, Chattanooga and Mem< pMs-, Dining car service, Washington sieeping cars open 10:00 P. M. Throngh traina from the tSontb. arrlve at A ? exandria 6:13 and 6:33 and 10:23 A. M. 2.18, 7:28, 10:23 and 11.68 P. M. daily. Har naonburg 11:38 A. M. week daya and 9:1* P. M.daiN From CharlotteerUle9:318 A. M. TRAIN8 ON BLUEMONT BBANCB. Leave Alexandria (W. 4 0. Station, week days at 8:22 A. M.. 3.65 and 4.55 P. M. for Blnemont; 6:33 P.M.week daya for I*e?bnrg; 4.65 P. M. daily for Blnemont and 9:23 A. i, ioct*< oa Snndaya only for Blnemont. For detailed achednle figurea, ticketa, Poll aaan reeervation, etc., appfy to WILLIAM G. LEfiEW, Dnlon Ticka Agent, Alexandria, Va. E. H. COAPMAN, General Maaager 8. H. HABDW1CK, Paas. Traf. Mgr. Pv,F???5.Y4 General PaaeengerlgtBt. L. 8. BBOWN, Oeneral Agent. _Waahlngton, P, O. Washington, Alexandria & Mt. Vernon Railway. IneflecMMay 1, 1909. JJUVB _____BT>1U_, For Washington, fromoorner Prince and Bcyal streeta. week days, at540, 605, 6*, 680, 6 40,6 66,706,715,730, 7 40, 7 50, w 00, 816. 8 35, 836, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 50, 10 10, 10 30,10 50,1110, 11 26, 11 80, 11 60 a, m., 13 10, 12 26, 12 30,12 60, 110, 1 26, 1 30, 1 60, 2 10, 2 26, 2 30, 2 50,8 06, 3 26, 3 36, 3 M 4 10 4 26.4 80.4 40,466,510,5 26,6 86,600 6K.620. 680, 6 46, 700, 715, 7 25. 8 00. 8 81,900,9 80,10 00,1080, 1110 and 1166 p.m, Eondaya?7 00,7 85,810,8 20,8 40, 9 00,9 20. 9 40,10Ot, 10 20, 10 40,1100,1120 and 1140 a, m., 12 00, 12 20, 12 40, 100, 1 30, 1 40, 2 00 2 20,2 40,8 00,3 20, 340,4 00,4 20,4 40,5 00 5 20, 6 40, 6 00, 6 30, 6 40, 7 00, 7 20, 7 40, 8 00 880,' 900, 930,1000, 10 8f, and 1110 p.ra, IOB MOTTBT TBBBOB. Leare Alexandria for Mount Vernon, iveak days, 5 46. 6 56, 7 66, 8 61, 10 25, 11 26, a. nv 12 25, 1 25, 2 25. 8 30, 4 40, 6 86, 6 80, 7 86, 8 60, 9 60, 10 60 and 11 60 p. m. 8nndaya-7 00, 8 30, 930, 10 30,1180 a. ro., 12 30, 1 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 680, 680, 780 8 46 and 10 16 p. m. 8CHBD0LB WVR AI.BX4NDBIA CITY CAR. KORTHBOU-D. Leare FenylWharf 8 16, 8 41, 9 10, 9 60, 10 25,11 00,11 86 a. m.; 12 80, 1 06, 1135, 2 05, 2 45, 3 30, 4 06, 4 86, 6 06, 6 46, 6 80, 7 06, 7 46, 8 26, 9 00, 9 40 p. m, BOTJTHBOUBD. Leare Spriug Park 8 06, 8 80, 8 66, 9 86 10 10, 10 45, 11 90 a. m.; 12 16, 12 60 1 20, 1 60, 2 80, 8 16, 8 60, 4 20, 4 60, 5 30 ft 06. 6 50. 7 26. 8 10. 8 46, 9 26. 10 00 p m Washington Southern Ky Schedule in eteet Jan. 3, 1910. Traina leare Union Station for Waahington and poinu north at 7 23, 7 43, 8 08,8 23 and 9 58 a. m? 12 01, 280, 8 07, 8 16, and 1183 p, m.. daily. For Fredericksburg, Bichmond and pointa sonth at 4 87, 7 43 (local), and 10 22 a. m.. 12 00, 4 22, 4 42, 5 18. 6 07, 7 42 and 10 17 p, m. Accommodation for Prederickabnrg at o II p. m, daily. Notb :?Time of errirals and depari-r*? and oonneetiona not aroaranteed, W. P. TAYL0B, Traffic Manager, _ Bichmond, Va. 8TEAMEB8. MARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIR OINIA RAILWAY COMPANY. SPRING SCHEDULE. Steamaraof Tbia Line Leave Alexandria on and after May 15,1909. Every MONDAY, WEDNE8DAY, and BATURDAY at 4:30 p. m. r*OB BALTIMOBE AND ALL THJ U8UAL BJVEB LANDINOS, C?Jdne and appointmenta unexoellad, Freight fcr Baltimore, Fliiladelphla m* CTaw York ao.'lcited and bandled vrith cara, Throngb rates and bllls of ladlng iss-ed. Bingle fare to Baltimore, $2,50; njuid trip, $8.60. dfestarooma. one war.11.60. Maala, 60c. BEABDON A ORIMEH, Agente, Foot of Oame/on atreet. Potomac & Qiesapeake Steamboat Company, NEW NORFOLK LINE On an After October 14 STKAMKIt 8T. JOHN8. PotTTHBOrSD?Tneaday, Thnraday and 8at Biday. I_area Washington from8tb at. wharf, 5 p. m.: Alexandria, Cameron at. wharf, IJ0 p. m.; Colonial Beach, 10 p. m. Arrires 0.4 Point, 6 a m.; Norfolk, 7 a. M. Nokthbdi-.vd?fuaday, Wednesday aad Friday. Le-vea Norfolk, Co ?tne'ce at.dock, i p va.; Old Point, 6 p. m.; Colooial Beach, 12 miiinigh'. Arrirea Alexandria, 6:30 a. m.; Waahingtoo, 6 a. m. Coonectiobs at Colonial Beach and Waah? ington with loca! su-mners for Potomac river Undinga At Norfutk and Waaiiiu ion iti?o linea diverging, ?,Fa,rev.on* *,v? *2-00; "?-d trip, $3 00. W. rx. F.MMEBT. Viee Prea. and Gen. Mgr. V, ?? CARNE.Jr.. Oeo. Agt. * RKARDON * ORIMEH, AgenU. Alexandria. Ueneral losoraoee igency LAURENCE STABLER, ataeaa Na. 4, Barka a rierbart Bldy Tba compamea repreeented ln thia oflLe havaaaseta of over $100,000,000. Aaaoag sthera are : Hartford fflra fnaarooca ?m. Llverpool c\ London a Olehe iCtoa Insurance Ca. Xorthern Aaaurance Ca. fpriagfield Fire 4k Marloe Prompt .tteotloa friveo to adJa-tmTt r?l toaaas aiat *ll matttva ocoii*ct*J *t<_ _.?*, aaee_ .n*1? JOHH P. &OBIM80V, GgO.'S. FSENCH Preaideat. Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Chemical Compuj. M_WtTl_CTU_BBfi Ot Fertilizers, Fertilizer Ma terial8 & Sulphuric Acid, Aak yonr dealer for the AJarandrla Per. tilizer a Chemical Co.'a Prodncts. Capaciry: *O,0oo toaa p?r annaaso, Priaoaaa Street and Potomac River Wi*_rf, AJc-a__riaWia>.:?.Virgiata.