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Failed in Health
"My mother dled six years ago," writes Miss Ruth Ward, of Jerseyville, III., 'and left me to care for six children. I had never been strong; and this, with the shock of her death, was too much for me. "I failed in health. I was tired all fhe time and did not want to go anywhere, nor care for company. I had the headache all the time and such bearing-down pains. "A very dear friend advised me to take Cardui, as it had done her so much good, so I commenced to use tt and now I am in good health." _*? CARDUI J44 The Woman's Tonic Women's pains are relieved or prevented and women s strengrh is quickly restored, by Cardui, the woman's tonic You yourself know best if you need it, or not If you do need it, do not delay, but commence to use it at once. Every day of delay, only lets you slide further down the hill. , . Don't wait, then, but begin to take Cardui today, for its use, no matter how prolonged, cannot harm you and will surely do you good. Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chartanoofa Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Trnn.. r Special Instruetions, and W-pazc book, "Home Treatment for Women," sent trec. THE CAR THAT CAPTURED THE COUNTRY. Four Overland fartories. with 4.000 roen, tnrn out daily 125 Overlanda to meet tho ur, exaropled deraand. Yet 11ns remarkahle car. whieh haa f.irly ?^?^/^ %**** K twojearsold Noriv-lear begins to otVr what ihe Overland aivea for the n orev. and ie? the new nodfle-tbe most auecastful cara ever created Pri e $I,IW, P.-W. ??.??? add $1,500. Aiso Marion cars at $1,850. flVERS BROTHERS. 115 N. Pittjj. THE BEST MEDICINAL WHISKY Wakefield Rye Headquarters for the BEST WINES AND LIQUORS in the city. LOWENBACH BROS King and Alfred Streets._ Both Phones H.MMM.MMH Modern and Up-foJtote in Every Respect ?? <? Corner King and Royal Streeta. Capital $100,0?0 <, Capitaf$100.000 Depositors afforded every facility for business, securlty and accomodations- . . Large or f.nall accounts invited in both Commercial and Savings Department Board of Directors. Jndge C. E. Niool, Prealdent. A. H. Rector. W. B. 8nioot, Vice Preaident. K. h. Oockra-. John A. Marahall, Vic-> Prturldeat C. C. Carlin. T. C. Smith, Vice Preaident and Caahler, w. A. Bmoot. W.A.8moot,Jr. P. P. Oorman. A. O, Portner Details carefully attended to -"or all customers. We issue drafts on ali points of the world. ?HHMMHHO<.KMH GKOCERIEi^ W. A. JOHNSON & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS. GKREBAX COMMIbSION MERCHANT And Dealers ln ALL KINDS OF LTQUORS, Hr.ve cn hand Gibaon's XX, XXX, XXXI andPureOld Rye, Old Cabinet and Mom gnun Wbissiea: al-o Raker'aand Thompaon'i Pnre Bya Whiakies, to *h:ch the? iuvite thi auntioa e/the trade. Orde-<ai from the oounlry for raevchandli' shall recelve prouiot ?tteutif?n. Cmsigsr.ientsof Flcur, Grain iv,u Ccarrrj Prvxliice solicited, t? whkh tuoy guarantei he higheat l.zrket prices acd rrorapt rctni.? N. E coraer Cameron and Ibial fctree;n, ~ JOHN AHKKfl & CUT" WHOI_CuALB AND RETAIL GBOC&R* AQUOBi*. Coantry Prcdaae raroivod daily. Our stev. of Plain aod Frmov Gro.wie* ambracaaevary iI to ws had in this line. W? hoM lartely ln United StatM bo_??J sMwhoaaeaaaoaaf/ln stock variooa bra_w? cf tha bas4. PORE BYE AND MALT Wffl8KIE? made. Have also ln store euperior gradai tt Foreiira and Araeriorvo vtTnTEB. -_LE8, 3K0WN 5T0UT. oV, fit-i4tlsf_Uon Cnejrantcrd aa io Prlos a.4 VJaalitr.-aJMB, fi<?i?? P?in~- - - J -"-<?'<?ai-M Q ?-?????. E. 8. LEADBEATEK & 80ft d___F.fC_ c- LB?DBKAtke, President. ?D~ abd 6. j___j>d__t_b, Vice Prwldant. Kias uudsbatkb. 9oc. and Treato?r KK7ABLISHKD 1793, I'mrjosPOBATaxr,) Whalesale Druggists Manufncturing Fharrascists and Dealers in Painta, Oils. Window Ghise, Dvestufh^Spicee, D?ggist's Fancy Goods. and Speciaitiw, Im portera of Tooth Brushee, Hair Brusbea, Per unie-y , Olive Oil, &c. Agenta for John Lucaa A Co.'a Tinted Gloas Painta, Maanry'a liquid Colors and Devoe's I_>ad and Zinc Painta. Goods ihipped the day order ia received Quotationa furniabed by retn? mail. Cor raepoadonoe aolicited._ Cowa and horaea will require leaa feed aud be worth much more to you if you _sed Lead beaier'a C-nditiun Fowd*-, 20c package. CONSIDER THE .DVANTAGES OF RUBEROID ROOFING WATER & WEATHER PROOF, FIRE-RESI3TINC. Wlll not melt, rot. Icar or corr.'Je. Contains no tar. oil? r papcr. Ouilasts metal aad sblngles. Pllable-ean be cr.sily fitteillr.togiitier., valleys, etc.. tinreby aaving expaaaa of tin and copper. Any handy man can apply R-i'-cr.'M. Laoajtbaaa the life of any buiM.n?r. ll't it* ftf fritt* iikJtamfiti. W. A Smoot & Co., Iqc , Lumber and Mill Work, ALKXANDRIA. VA. marl lyr EGGS FOR HATCfllNG Prize winnint barrel. Plymouth Rock Egg*. $1.00 for set aettingrf !."'oi . \\) per hun. Babj Chic.s Bsrri-d Rocka.$1.50 per doz " " Bull Orpiogton*... |)V0J " " SPECIAL PRICES BY TBE UlNDRED. Apri for Oyphers Tncnbator aud Brooder Co. Free demonstratiou. BloemoDt Poaltry Yard?, 503 Nonh St Asaph Stiaet, aprt lm 3-Ii^itiltTa: THURSDAY EVFNING. APRIL 7, 19P PEN810NS FOB EXPBE3IDENr8. A bill designed orlglnally to gran pecalona ol $10,000 a year to ex-preal* Jente aa retired cornrrandera-ln-chiei o' tbe arnay and navy, and $5,000 each to widowa of ez'preaidenti, after beiog amended ao aa to deoy the iotended re lief for tz-preeldenta, waa reported fa* vorably ty tbe Benate yeaterday by 8ena- < tor Sblvelv. The proviaion for widowa of ez-preaidentj was redrafted ao aa to make It apply apeclfically to Mra. Oleve? land and Mra. Harrlaon- Seoator Mc Cumber, chalrman o( tbe committee on penaiona, favoied the proviaion to pen* aion ez prealdeota, and made a minorlty report favoriog the retentlon of tbat pro vtslon. Wbile there ia do intimation lo Mr. McCumber'a report that be think. Mr. Rooaevelt ia la oeed of finenclal aiaiat* ance, be pointa cut that "a nnmber of ez-preaidenta bave been aorely preaaed financially to meet tbe obllgeiiooa wblcb reated opon them after tbeir aervicea aa prealdent, and which, witb proper dlg nlty they could not have been t_caa_d frona." Ohamberlain'a tftomach aod Llver Tableta aasiat nature in driving all im pnritiea ont of the ayatem, loeorlng a free and regular condltlon and reatorlng the organa of the body to healtb and atrengtb. Sold by W. F. Orelgbton & Oo. aod Bicbard Gibson. It wlll be a real pleaanre to na to ahow you and It wlll be a real pleaaure to you to aee ezclnalve atylea in Fine Bpring Footwear. J. A. Marahall & Bro., 422 King at red, Leadera in Fine Footwear. Fancy New OrleaLS Open Kettle Hollasses. 60 cents a gallon G. W. Ramsay. - Cox & Gordon Hissouri Hams Q. W. Ramsay. Veteran Dust Exterminator Does the Work, atRamsay'sOnly, 250 pounds, Fctncy Evaporated Apples, Not in Packages, O. W. RAflSAY. Choice Evaporated Peaches 10 cents a pound Ramsay's. Extra Fancy Bloater riackerel. 20 cents a pound and Norway riackerel about 3-4 pound each 5 cents. Ramsay. Annnal Reunlon, Unlted Confede.ate Veterans. For above ocfia?ion,Sou:h*rn Wailwa* take* pleaaure in annourring excn.rt.ion ticket* * ill be p'ac?d on s-le Ap-il 23, 'lt, .6, Wa?hing tou to Mobile, Al-., aad t'lurn r.t $OH) Correspondini/ly low farea from pointa in V*W| nia. Fm*l iftnn liiaiit May ?, 1910 Bv oepr?i!ing 'icket with a;*cial ??;ent, M< l.ile, anrl npon paymn t saf fif:? ten a, a-me wi'd l>eexte de*l to May 1?. l'-lO 8fp cvera allowed returbing withiu ti aa -a 1 iiu.i*. Cotanlt agenta or write. L. t. BROWN, Oen Agt. F1K ANOIAL^ ESTABLISiiSD if-5J. BURKE.c5:HERBERT Pankers. Modernly eqoipped for backing in ita vari 0_< hrnnc-^a. Depoaiu received rabjact to cheek at aight CjIIi;- taona made on all pointa. High-grade inveatment aecnritiea boaght and aold. Lettera of Credit ard Foreign Rxchange fnnaiahed. Bafe Deposit Boxea for rent. A Saringa Department in which intensst la allowed on tier.rmit*._ Gabdnh: I. BoomBl I M. B. Bablow li.iMUFKT. ) ( Vice Preaident, Gso. E. Waefihld, Cajmiikr. Fii*st National Bank, AiHiairnKiA, Va, DielSfiwte-t Bepoeltory ol t_e United State*. CaTIT.-L ? ? 1138,60 30&P1.U3 AND UNDITTD-D PBOFITS ? m^ ? ? $175,000 9. u wnorm?, a. b. harlow G. F. WARFII'LD, J. JT. MUIB, WALTF.R ROBFRT9, K RAJ1B, JR. FRANCfS L. SMITH. Pro-pt atteaslon gra-aa. taail bmsinaaa. ia ?Jading aoliactiosu tL-ecgfacml the CaUrf Btaiaaaau Earoaa, The Iiim Nalional Bank Of Alexandria, Va. G. L. BOOTHE. President. GEO. E. WARFIELD, Ctishit r M. B. HARLOW, Vicc-Presidcnt. J. J. GREEN, Aast Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE GEO. E. WARFIELD BENOIT BAi-R, Jr. JAS V. WJlR. M. B. HARLOW WALTER ROBERTS PRANCIS L. SMITfi. RESOLRCES. Laans and I<:v;s:r_tD s U. B. Baods .... B\n_i;g BoaJN . . . Oue from Banks aod B s ne Ageu'.B . . Oish. 5 P.rOent Fu.d . . 1884 488 80 J25((i0 M 73 2.1 Gl 98 104 41 41..'53.00 . 3.400 00 $1,228 838.42 LIABILITIES. OapUa!.$100 000(0 .jrploar-rd Pr fits . 185 522.M Utscdlatkw .... 99 600. C0 D+Totttj.842 2f?y.60 Ot er Labil tie. . . I.41C.01 11,228,838.42 Tbia bank with Its atnple caplt'l or.d surplnn, its aOcqnate rquipnu nt and facilitiea, Bolicita tlie acconuts of manufactnrers, wholesslers, retail* ra and individua'.B on the best terms consistent with aouutl banking. No acconnt too large to be handled satisfoctorily,no_e too small to te appreciated. ESTABLISHED 1870. First of the Season. Steamed Hard Shell Crabs, Dev'led Crabs.iLittle Neck Clam8 for lunch, dinneror supper. THt RAMMEL CAFE Both Telehones STATEMENT Citizens' National Bank of Alexandria, Va., March 29, 1910. OFFICERS: President, VicalPresident, Edward L. Daingerfield; Carroll Pierr e, Richard M. Green, Caahier. EE. Payne, Asst. Cahier DIRECTORS: J. C Smoot, Edward L Daingerfield, Jas. W. Roberta Worth Hullish, Carroll Pi< rce M A. Ahern, Urban S. Laujbert HKMOCRCES, i HABls-ITIKS, Loans U. 8. Bonds to se cure circulation . Bonds to secure U. S. Deposit . . Other Bonds and Stocka ? ? ? Banking House & Real Eatate . . Oash . . 48,308 5i Due (from Banks and Reserve Agente . 131,979 36 f 678,825.5 4 100,000 00 1,000 00 55,174 06 52,856.97 ? 180,?8791 $1,068,144.48 Capital Surplus . . . . Undivided Profits Circulation . . ? Deposita .... U. S. Deposit . . (190.OCO.0 0 100,100.00 22,754.19 96,3i 0.00 748,' 90.29 1,100,00 $1.0(8,144.48 Some of the Handsomest Homes in ihe City of Alexandria. I am authorized to offer for sale <he beautiful three story brick dwelling No 415 Prince street (Marbury Houe?),containing 15 rooms and every modern convenience. This property has a fromage on Prince street of 75 feet and a depth of 157 feet and is located in one of tbe best residential sections of tbe city. Cozy six room brick dwellinar on south Pitt street, near Prince street, rontaining every modern convenience and in first cless con dition. . Snleudid three story frame dwellingon south St Asaph street, near Duke street, containing 10 rooms aod bath. Always rented. Well built three story brick dwdling on north side of King street, between Fayette and Payne streets, containing 10 rooms and bath. Inspection of Thcsc Houses by Permit Only Further Particulara at my office. JOHN D. NOR/UOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS. We are authorized to offer for sale two NEW EIGHTFOOM BRICK DWELLINGS with every modern convenience, in dubing gas electric ligbta, concrete cellars, hot water heat, excellent bathi?, and tile veatibulea, now being comple'cd on north Columbus street between Queen and Princess 6freets (Court House square). Tbese hcuses are to be up-m-dtte ln every parricuUr, with side and rear alley ways- To quick purchasers these houses will be offered at extremely low prices, and extraordinary reaaonable terms See us for price H-iC- tcrrnv Special five day offer?Twenty elght of the best building lotsin the growing snbdivi.ion of Del Ray, convenient to car lines cburches. schools and atores, with city water and e'ectric lights. To a quick purchaser theae lots will be sold for $3,000. Thompson and Appich 107 South Royal Street Alexandria, Va The Best Your Money Can Buy in Ice Cream is "Quality" Ice Cream BBICK OR BL'LK. MADE OF Fresh fruits and pure ingredi ents. Special prices for churchet and festival*. ii* BLOCM Bothphonea Office and Typewriter Supplies, Ledgers, Inks, and Box Files, Loose Leaf Memorandum Books. S. F. Dyson & Bro 508 KING iTUEfiT. Bell Telephone No. 278. ^TJOTION SALE^ R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. COMMISSIONERS'SALEOFIMPROVF.D REAL E8TATE.?I nderend by virtue of authority veated in as by a deeree ofthe cor poration Court of tbe City of Alexandria, Va., rendered on tbe 4th day of December, 1909. iu tbe snit. therein pending entitled Celeata Duncan, et vir, et als, ra. George Aabby Gorbam, at al., the undersigned com mlaaionera will ofler for sale at public auetion in front of the Royal street entrance to the Market buiiuing, in the .city .of Alexandria, Virgioia, oo SATCRDAY, the 16th day of April, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, the following deecribed property, with the iniprovementa thereon: All that lot of ground with tbe impruve menta thereon in the city of Alexandria, aitu ated at the intersection of the weat aide of Fayette aireet, with the north side of Duke atreet, anl running thence weat on Dnke atreet 35 feet 8 inches more orless; thence north and parallel to Fayette street 100 fett toalOfoot alley, thence eaat on aaid allay and parallel to Duke street 35 feet 8 inches more or leaa. to Fayette atreet; thence south on Fayette street 100 fret to the beginning. with the right of way over and use of said alley in common with othara entitled thereto All that certain piece or parcel of arouod in the city ot Alexandria, bounded and de acribed as follows: Beginning at a point on the north side of Dnke street, 38 feet 8 inchea, more or leaa, from ita intersection, with Fay? ette atreet; thence west cn Dnke street 23 feet 4 inches, more or leaa, to tbe eaat line ot a lot owned by I, T. Nalls, thence north and parallel to Fazette ttreet one hundred feet to an alley 10 feet wide; thenca east on said al? ley and parallel to Duke street, 23 feet 4 inch? ea, more or leaa; thence south and parallel la Fayette street 100 feet to the beginning witb the use of aaid alley in common with other entitled thereto. Also the bar fixturea and stoek in the bar at the corner of Duke and Fayette streets, f>r merly condacted by the late Ibomas E. Oar ham. Terms: One-third cash; balancein six anl twelve months. Ccnveyance at coat of pur? chaser. j. m. johnson. lewtsh. ma:hen, howard. w. 8mith, Commiaaieners. I, Nevell B. Greenaway, do hereby certif) that Howaid W. Smith, one of the romin ? siouers of aale in the auit of Celeata Dunc i i, et vir, et als, vs. Georra Asbby Gorbam, ei al, now pending iu the Corporetion Court toi the Citv of Alexandria, Virginia, haa enter ??: in the bond reqaired by the deeree therein, condacted aa the law directs. _iEV?LL S. GREENAWAY, Clerk. aprl td R. F. Knox, Auctiooeer. COMMISSIONERS' 8ALE OF REAL ESTATE. Under and by virtue cf authority vested in us by deeree of the Cor* poration Court of tbe City of Alexandn , Virginia, rendered on the 25th day of Jaly, 1907, in the auit therein pending. entitled J. D. Matter vs. T. F. McCarthy. et als.. Ti e undersigned Commissioners wili ofler ror sale at pnblic auction in front of the Royal stmt entrance o( the Market Building, in the Caty of Alexandria. Virginia, on 8ATURDAY, the 9th day of April, 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, the following deacribed property, to wit :? No. 2. "A lot of grouaid beginning lat a point on the south eideof Wythe atreet 9.1 fi tt 5 inchea w?at of the weet aide of Payne str tt and at the weat aide of a 10 foot alley. atd running thence west, along the tonth aid ? ol Wythe atreet 15 feet, thence aouth paua Itl with Payne atreet 100 feet to a court; the re east binding with aaid court and parallel wiih Wythe atreet, 15 feet to the aforeaaid alley and thence north along the weat aide of aaid alley and parallel with Payne atreet 100 ftet to the begfnuiog, with the right of way over aaid alley in common with othera." No. 3. "A let of ground beginning on the south aide of Wythe street at a point 108 uet 5 inchea west of the west side of Payne stn et and at the northweet coraerofthefira.ee scribed lot, and rnnning thence weat al' ng the aonth aide of Wythe atreet 15 feet; th i ce rout.1 n?*slle! with Payne street lOOfeito the aforesoid court; thenco east parallel with Wythe atreet 15 feet, and thence north paia* llel with Payne street 100 feet to the b jvn* ning, with the right of way oversaid aiUj and court in common with othera tntitl ;<l to the same." Ternisof lale: Cash, Conveyanoe atccat of purchaaer. ROBINRON MONCURE HOWARD W. SMITH, Commisaionera of Sale. I, Nevell 8. Greenaway. doherebyce-' fy that Howard W. Smith, one of the Com Bia* aionera of Sale in the auitof J. D. Matte 's. T. F. McCarthy, et als., pending in tbe O r poration Court for the Cityof Alexanlria, Virginia, haa giveu hond aa rtquired by ihe deeree therein, conditioned aa the law dir < a. NEVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clerk. mar26td.______ R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TR >T made by Owen J. Nugent and wif ? o the undersigned trustee bearing date on U e 20th day of January 1906, and duly of ren d in the land records ofthe city of Alexand i?, Virginia, in deed book 53. page 2H4, anl at the reqnest ofthe party thereby secured, de* rault having been made in the payniea* <f the bond aecured by aaid deed of troat, ibe undersigned trustee wili ofler for sale, at out - lic auction, on TUESDAY, the 19th day of April, 191), at 12 o'ciock M., in front ofthe Royal s.reat entrance to the Market|buiJding, in the -?:d city of Alexandria, all that lot of groud, with improvementa thereoo, in the aaid city, and bounded aa followa, to wit: Begioning at the intersection of the nonh aide of King atreet with the weat aid- cf Payne street, running thence west on Kiig atreet twentvfour (24) feet; thence nir'b, parallel to Payne street, one hundred (loc) feet to an alley ten (10) feet wide; thence e. .t on sald alley twenty-four (24) feet to Pijie street; and thence sonth on Payne street o e hundred (100) feet to the beginning, with -I e right of way over said alley and all appuit enances. Terms of sale: Caab. Cost of conveyanre at the expenae of the purchaaer. DOUGLASS STUART, Trusteo. aprl td JOHW P. ROBINSOW, GEO. S. FrK R 8 Prealdent. , Secreta y.'. Alexandria Fertilizer aid Chemical Company. MAWnyACTTJBKRfl OF Feitilizers, Fertilizer Ma terials & Sulphuric Acid, A sk yonr dcaler for the Alexandria Fer tiliier ?St Chemical Co.'b Prodncta. Capacity:'SO.OOO tona parannura. Prlncesa Street and Potomac River Whtf.r Alaxandria.-^ -?-.Virginia. We atrive to please. Onr methoda are corr >.< t. BANNEK LAI.'NDKY, Both telephones. Alexandria, Va. In Preparing for spring house cleaning why not have your House Wired? Electricity is the cleanesr, saft.stand brightest light. See the Alexandria Electric Co. 5_4 KING STREBT. BAILBOADB ^OUTHERN RAILWA* Train. leave C_lo_ Statien Alsxandria Ia Efaet Jsnnary 3,1910. N. B?Following sohedole figruea pnbllshrd only aa informatlon, and ara not goarantaed, 7:47 A. _.?Daily Local between Waahing. ton and Danville. 8:47 A. M.-Daily-Looal for Harriroa. aarg, and way stations, 9.17 A. M.-Daily-U. S. Faat Mail. Stopi only for paasengers for pointa ronth at Tiicfi. scheduled toatop. Flrsi claas coaches, aleep? ing cars to fiirmingham and drawina-room aleeping cars to New Orleans. Dining ear aemo*. ? 11.17 A. M.-Daily-Maii train. Coaches for Manaaaaa, Charlotteaville. Lynchburg, Danville and Grcenaboro. fcletping cars Greensboro to Atlanta. 1.17 p. m.?Week Days?Local for War renton ar.d Htraebnrg Junction. 4:3. P. M. Daily?Birmingham special. aleeping cars between Ner York, iugnsta, Aiken and Jackaonville. Sleeper to Birming? ham. Th rough tlrswlais co_cb.es between W_shington and Jackaonvilla. Dining oar service. Tourist to California fonr tim?? weekiy. 4:37 I\ M.-Week Dayi-Lacal for Har ruonburg and way atations cn ______I branch. 5:12 P. ll.-DaUy-LooaJ for Warrantc? and Charlotteaville. 10:27 P. M.-Daily-Washington and Chat. tanooga Liraited (via Lynchburg), First clasa coach and sleeping cara to ..catu ke, kcoxville and Chattanooga. Sleeper to New Orleana. Watl ington to Roancke. Dining car aervice. 11:02 P, M.-Dailv-New York, Atlanta and Mev Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, cli b and obsenation cars to New Or leans. Sletping cars to Aaheville, Atlanta Macon and New Orleans. Aleeping cara to Charlotte, Dininv oar service. 4:27 A. -f.-Daily-Mempbia srecial Sleeping cars'and coaches for Roanoke, Knox ville, Nashville, Chattanooga and Vem phis. Dining car aervice, Washington aleeping cars open 10:00 P. M. Through traina from the riouth arrlve at A ? exandria 6:13 and 6:38 and 10:23 A. M. 2.13, 7:28, 10:23 and 11.58 P. M. daily. Ear nsonbur. 11:28 A. M. weak days and 9:18 P. M. daily From Charlottesv?ie&:-8 A. M. TRAIN8 ON BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. 40. Station, week days at S:? A. M., 3.65 and 4.65 P. M. for Bluemont; 6:33 P.M.week days for 1/eesbcrg; 4.55 P. _. daily for Bluemont and 9:23 A. M-, iccal, on Sundays only for Bluemont. For detailed schedole figures, tickeU, Puil man reaervation, etc., apply to WILLIAM G. LE__Ev7, Union Ticka Agent, Alexandria, Va. E. H. COAPMAN, General Maaager .. H. HARDWICK, Paas, Traf. Ifgr. ?1 H. F. CARY, General Paaeenger Agent. L. 8. BROWN, General Agent. _Wftshlngtop, P. C. Washington, Alexandria <k Mt. Vernon Railway. Inefiect'May 1, 1909. UBAVB AXKXAUDBLA, For Waahington, from oorner Prince ai d Boyal atreeta, week days, atS'O, 6 05, 6'*.', 630, 6 40,6 65,706,716,7 30 740, 7 60, ?CO, 815, 8 25, 8C5, 8 60, 910, 9 30, 9 50, 10 10,10 CO. 10 Cl 1110,11 26, 11 30, 11 60 a, m., 12 10, 3 26,12 30,12 60, 110, 1 26, 1 80. 1 60, 2 10, - 26, 2 30, 2 60,3 05, 3 25, 3 85, 3 50 4 10 4 25. . 20,4 40, 465, 5 10, 6 26, 6 36, 660 6 ' f, 6 _0, 6 SO, 6 45, 7 00, 7 15, 7 25, 8 00. 8 31, 910, 9 oO, 10 00,1080, 1110 and 1160 P" Sondays-7 00,7 86,810,8 20,8 40. 9 00,9 30, 9 40, 100*. 10 20, 10.9, 1100,1120 and 1140 a.m., 1200,1220, 1240, 100,120,140,2 00 2 20,2 40,3 00,320, 840,400,4 20,440,5 00! 520,540,600, 630,6 40.7 00,720,740,8 00! 830,' 900, 930,1000, 108f, and 1110 p.m, FOB MOtTaTT VBBKON. Leave AJex-udria for Mouiat Vernon, week days, 5 46, 656, 7 56, 851, 1025, 11 86, a. _.? 1. 25, 1 26, 2 25, 330, 4 40, 6 35, 6 50, 7 36, 8 60, 9 60, 10 60 and 11 60 p. m. Snndaya? 7 00, 8 .30, 930, 10 30, 11 20 a. ro., 12 30, 1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 430, 530, 630, 730 8 46 and 10 16 p. m._ Washington Southern V, y Schednle in eflect Jar.3, 1910. Traina leave Cnion Station for Waahington and pomta north at 7 23, 7 43, 808,8 23 find 9 58 a. m? 12 01, 3 30, 8 07, 8 18, and 1183 p. m., daily. For Frederickabnrg, Richmond and pointa south at 4 37, 7 43 (local), and 10 22 a, m.. 12 C0, 4 22, 4 42, 6 18, 6 07, 7 42 and 10 17 p. m. Aoccrnniodatiou for Frederickabnrg at 618 p. m. daily. Nqtb:?Tarne of arrivals and depertnraa and connectic _a rot gaaranteed. W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic Maoager, _Richmond. Va. STEAMEB8._ AARYLAND, DELAWARE AND VIR. G1NIA RAILWAY COMPANY. 8PRING 8CHEDULE. gteamenof This Line Leave AJasandrle on r d after May 15,1P09, Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and 8ATU?DAi* at 4:30 r. m. r*OR BALTI1XORE AND ALL TBU TJ8UAL RIVER LANDING8, Colalne and aupolntruenta ojeexcelied. Freight for Baltimore, Phlladelphia aad Ksw York solicited and handled with cara, Through rates and billa of ladlng iaraed. Single faia to Baltimore, $3,50; roond trip, ttt-60. Statarooms. one way, $1.60. Maals, 60o, RFARDON A GRIME8, Agenta. Foot of Cameron atreet._ Potomac & Chesapeake _?Steamboat Company, NEW NORFOLK LINE On an After October 14 BTKAMEK 8T. JOHN8. rPocTHBOUND?Taesday, ThnrsdayandSat orday. Leavri Waahinston from 8th ct. wharf, 5 p. ro.: Alexandria. Cameton at. wharf, 6:10 p. m.; Colonial Eeacb, 10 p, m. Arrivea Old Point. 6 a. or.: Norfolk, 7 a. m. NoLrHBOL.<D---Sucuay, Wedneaday and Friday. JUaves Nor.olk, Comnierceat.dock, 4 p, ir.; O'd Fo ct, 5 p. m.; Colonial Beach, 12 midnight, Arrivea Alexandria, 5:30 a m.; Waahington, 6 a. m. Connec.'o.a *t Colonial Beach and Waah* ingtoo with .'ocal ateamers for Potomac river landiD-ra. At Norfolk and Waahin ton with linesdiverg ng, Fare, oie way, $2.00; round tnp, $3.00. W. T.. EMMERT. Vice Prea. and Gen. Mgr, W. F. CARNE. Jb., Gen. Agt. KFAr.DON A oRIMES, AgenU, Al?xandria. RICHARD H. WATTLES MANUFACTURER pp PERTILIZERS Offick akd Htoeks: 115-117 N. Royal St. Dealer in Hardware, Paints, Agri cultural Implements, Vehiclea, Harness, Fieidand Gatden Seeds. WABKIIOUKFS, POITH "JaTJM 8TBRET, OH UKK OF 801'lItaB.N KAILWAY. AUo Grain, Hay, Strawand All Kinds of Mill Feed. Wili alwaya keep in atock the higheat grade of theee articles. _ PARK AGNEW, Proprietor. THE Bromilaw Brick to. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Front and Building Sand, WORKS : EnntingJCreek. yi 'r*,e_hon* T07. If a truas is properly fitted, will not caosa disoomfort. You oan o?t anrh _ 6t if you go to r_*_4WJ_?r'?. Tms ?*? tid eib il>.l??t auds "d oeevlbeater'a. '