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Kilciien in Summer? When the sultry days come and the coal range makes the kitchen almost unbearable and cooking a dreaded task, put out the range fire and try the newest method of cooking in hot weather?use a Neto Per/ection. WICJi BLUE aFaLAIvf E Oil Cook-stove What a cor?ast! The kitchen no longer is stifling hot, the work is now done with comfort, and the housewife is not worn out with the heat. *? She saves her strength, keeps her health and is better ablc to enjoy the summer. The New Perfection does everything that any other stove can do?all the fam ily cooking, baking, wasbing and iron ing. No amokc, no duat, no odor. Heat is applied directly and not waated. A turn, and the flame ia out. Tbe New Perfection stove baa a Cabinet Top v/ith shelf for keeplng plate3 and food hot, drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It has long turquolse-blue enamel chimneya. The nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chlmneys, makes the Stove very attractive and invites clean liness. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burnera; the 2 and 3-burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. ETfrydealfXeverywher..! If not ?t youra, wjlt* for D&oriptlv* Circular to ll.o atutu ?t?ncy ol _e njmc-t -- readt "New Perfection." Standard Oil Company (Incorporatcd) The New Perfection, Sold by Elliott, 428 Kinp SL Om burner. 13.00. Two burner. ?7.25. Three burner. ?9.50. m, 23 im Ovcna and Cabineta Extra. First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS 0. L BOOT1IE. Preaident GEO. E. WARFIELD. Caahicr M. B. HARl.OV P .dent J. J.GREEN.Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS GARDNEB L. BOOTHE OIT BAER. JR. M B. IIARI.OW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRAKCIS I.. SM1TH KESOURCES 1 naiu aud Invcatmeiil . i ' Henklnc Ii i .(i ? |. 111 .11,. . !i . i i iid LIABILITIES , ft,,i(_i.8100.000.00 Siirplua aml Proflts. 185.iV22..r>l ?I < Irculation ... Depoalts. Otber Liabllitiea. ao.uw.oo (M2/299.90 1,416.01 S3&42 ipitaland Mirplns.ii> adequate equipmeut of manufaeturera, wholeaalera, retallera t tenna eonalstent with sound banklng. mdl< 'I aatiafactorily; none too aroall t<> l>e iKhI i Don't Try Our Jewelry on for ii wrill look bo pretty you will l,;ii, Ui take it off. Every ring, i,.!i. pin. locket, ete., is a work ol :<ii ao fai aa ?! -i^n and norkmanship are concerned, _ we Ruarantee the quality all you havi t.. do ia to piek oul the ar ii,l, \..n ailinire ni..st, having : ronndence in the n lial.il ity nf your choice. Thia ia a "safe" jewelry atore to buy in. H. W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NOR III ROYAL STB BELL PHONE 345. .___ ___ W FOR RENT ui.I 527 N. Alfred, 6 rooma.110 50 . \\'..'f. . fi rooma. 10.50 triok, 6 rooma. 9.00 224 N. Pitt, 4 rooma. s-_"' .-,!? \\ ;.' B2S Cummerce, 6 rooma. ,;--'l! Jl HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING. lil. vs \v. ROBIMSOM CemenT Makes The Best Concrete For Salejby GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS, ? Al.IA AM'IM A VA. ? ! ?-:. i. w all Plaster. Terra Cotta Sewer and I'lne Uning, Flre Brleka, Fire t'lay.&c, Point Embroidery Sale. 500 yards Irish Point Em broideries, on batiste cloth, all ovcrs, bandings, and 27 inch Flouncings, all match sets. Values ranging from $ 1.00 to $2.00 a yard. Choice 79c This Ladies' Tan Linon Dress Tunic style with bias band trim mings, at $2.49 D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. PersianWhite Batiste 40 inches wide full merccrized, regular price 35c. For this week only 1 7c a yard. Children's Muslin Drawers, all sizes, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c, 19c and 25c. Women's and Men's Silk Hose, 50c and $ 1. Have you tried Hop Scotch Stockings? 2 pair for 25c. Black, pink, blue, tan, whitcand red, in all sizes. Full Roll of Matting guaranteed, 40 yards, $5.75 a roll. Boys' Wash Suits, all sizes, 50c a suit. Summer Couch Covers, fringed all around, $1.00. Rosenfeld's 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. BUILDINti MATERIALS [E8TABLISHED 1822.] Henry K. Field & Co., Bueeeaaora to JOSIAH II. I>- BMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KIM'v Lumber, Cement and Plaster. (ifllec aml Vard ii"' S, i fnlon atreet Pactorj NTo. in N. Lce atreet Matcrial Dellvcred PREE in tbe elty. TO THE Owners of Dogs! v \ vi ii;s ni'i n i:. Vlexandria. Va.. June II. 1910, All pcraomi ownlng ..r liitending lo keepany animal of the dog or eanlno npe< i.- -leiiiiil fuiiif lorward on or before .11 \i. T\\ l.\ II I lr. Hill. l?10, and take oul a llccnae for the ninc rr.nn the Audltor. After the KKti of June all peraonn ownlng or harlioring dogs wlth .iiit the rctiulrco lleenac aro aubjeel Ui a titit- M the l.nvs r.n the -uli.iift i. oiiirc ..I" s ;.<>> or | i.01). . 'oinplainl haa i?. n froquentlj made that many pcraona foiI to take r.m tlu-ir lieenae, and thal other* pay on one ->r two dog* when owning and harhoring morp, or who aend aueh doga away dur Ing the Kummer inonthaand briug theni Iraek in the foll. Attentlon haa beencalledto thia eva glon of the law, and |,-.l i.-.-in.M will re? port all aueh eaae*. and finea ean he im poai il iijkmi thoae a bo rail to take oul lifi naex after trial in the Poliee ('ourt In ordcr to avoid anj mlatakea |>en-ona u I... make applioatioii for li.-.-ii-.-? would do uill to nrrite thelrnameaand nuinln-r of realdence, atreet. ete., on a nard or paperwhen makingapplication forthelr lieenae* i" the Audltor. Attentlon li alao ralled to tho feel thal while the paymenl of a llcensc I:. \ quired by the taws ofthe elty, whether :i dojj i kepl "ii the premiaen of the owner at all Umea or not, yel the pay in.-nt >.r aueh tax doea not entltle the dog to tbe unrratrieted u? of tbe -tri't- and alleya ..r tlu iii\. both rlav and night, for it Ia provlded by liw that: "The Mai i r. In addition.at anj aml all tirriea, In hixdia eretlon, by proclaniatlon, -hall declare that all aueh doga aaabove liti naed -hall bc -fiiir.-lv muzzled, and if anj doga be found running at large duiing the continuan.f nuch proelauiation without the rcquired muzzle they >ha!l l>eaelaed by the pollee foree or other peraona deaignateu by the Mayor for nuch purpoae* and conveyedtoaaullnblo l.la.-f aml deatroyed." FKFI-. .1. PAFF, Mayor. The followlng i> a eopj of8e< tii n ' oi tbe Llecnae Law: "On every* dog, regard leaaof aex, onedolburand nfty cent* |e!12w _ PARK AGNEW. Proprictor. The Bromiiaw Brick Co. Building, Paving and Sewer Brick. Frontand Building Sand WORKS: Huntintf Creek. Tdephone 107. FERTILIZER8 .l..ii\ P. ItomxsoN, Ono. H. I'ki x? ii. '.?in. Seeretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and Sulphuric Acid. Ask your dealer for the Alexandria I'. .iili/ rand ? hcmieal t'o.'a Producta. Capacity: 50.000 tOBB per anniim. Prlneeaa Streel and Potomac Rlver \\ IkiiT. Alexandrl i, Virginia. RICHARD H, WATTLES Mannfacturcr of FERTILIZERS ..||i. i; IXO -1?.i:f-: II.VII7 !C. ROYAI.RT. Dealer in Mardwarc. Paints. Atfricul tural Implemenn. Vchiclcs.HarncM. Ficld and Gardcn Sccds. WARKHOI'KKM, -..ri!| r\|..\ -IKIII. .N i.im. ..i' Wilim i:s i: ui.'v * r. Also Grain, Hay, Straw and all kindsof Mill Feed Will alwaj - U..|. in atoek the highcat frnuki of thene articles. K1FTY Vi:.\l:s' RXPERIENl i; OF A\ <>u> m i:>i:. Mr-. \\'iii>lie.\??.Soothlng Ryrupiathe proacriptionof one ofthe l?.??t fcmalc phj i.i.in- and nuraca in the ITnlted Ntntes, and lia< lie.ii use.l for fjftj with nevcr-Atlling auceeaa bj millUiaa 01 mothera for their eblldren, It rellevea thc .-iiil.l from paln, curoa dlarrboea, grlplng In the bowela, aml wlnd ooUo. l!\ ^'i\ in;' health t<. tbe ehlld it reata tho mother. Twenty-flveeenta a i?>ttle. Coal Coke Wood Order yotfr C'oal before Iheadvanee al loweal aiimmer prices. Beal quality, nroiiipl delivi ry and bottom prioe. Phone ft'.. In av. Ail't IIESOX, lOTaoath lloyal atreet j.-lni \\ ANTI.I'. ...1 \\ IIITK MAX f..r thcatable at Ravenawortb. W:"" to Mra LFJB Burke, \'irjrinia. marll tf The Bearf of Bverythlug. Williarn's Empress Floating Bath Soap 6 cakes for 25c TAYLOR'S PHARMACY, 616 King Street. w I l>N'KSI>AY aWKKINQ, JTJHI 22. A Bill Nyo 8tory] Accordlng to tbe Uookman. Bill Nye once made a 8bort apeecll at an nu tbore' dlnner in Txindon thnt waa much rellshed by tbe bookmeu pre* pnt. lncludlng the publlshers. at whom It was indlrecUy nlmed. "Just a year ago." sald Nye, "I waa walking on tbe prlndpal atreet of Ir? ?lianapolls when I met a man wlrnso appearnuce abowed tlint ho was re loced to tho very leptbfl of poverty. His clotbes were rngsed. his face un sliavcn, his ualr long and nintted and his feet unsbod. As 1 paaaed him n look of recognltlon cume luto lila eye. " 'Nye, old fellow, dou't you know ine? Dou't you know Abel P. Jones, ?rno was your elaaamate at collcce? "?What, Joneel is it reaUa you? Well, well! What tan I do for you?' " 'For heaveu'8 sake, help ine. 1 am atarving. Lend me balf ? dollnr.' "I felt ln my poeketa They were empty. I had no money uiyaelf. But n brlght tbougbt liasued through uiy nilnd. " 'Abel, I can't lend you tbe half dollar. I baven't BJOt lt. But, look bere, i'ii teii roe what i win do?rn let you publlsb uiy next book.' "Gcntlemen, that was Just a year ngo, nnd thls raonth Abel V. Jcnes aent ine an invitatlon to go to Europe with bltn tn his steam yacht." Needed an Explanation. A little boj was often arblpped by his fnther for l.vinj,'. He usually took lt ns a inatter of COOne, bot on one oc casion It seeined to exeite hlin to re llectlon. After It was all over he stood before bia fatber tn a tboogbtfal eray, which attraetad that wortby'a atten llr.ll. "My son," sald the fatber, "what are you thlnklng aboatl" "Fatber," sairl tbe son, "when you was a little boj, dld you use to tell II.-':" "No. my son. When i was a little boj 1 dld not tell Uea." "I'atlier," returned the son, "when inother waa a little gtrl, did sbe use lo tell Ilc3?" "No, my son," n-pllod tbe father. "When your inother was a little glrl sbe dld not tell lles But why do you aek mo tbese qoeatlonar "Well," said the little fellow, drnw Ing a long Blgn, "lt is tbe meet mya teriona tblng In ihe arorkl to me thal a fnther who never told lles when be WM n little hoy and a inother who never told lies when she was n little gtrl eould have a hoy thnt tells ns many ns 1 do." Plaid and Tartan. Will the southrou ever lenrn that "plaid*1 is not a aynonym for "tartanV" Not long ago mx Rngltahman came into n boeJer'a eatabliabment iu Ulaegow nnd nsked B man hehlnd the counter to show bim tome "plaid tles." The aUendant, perhapa aronderlng what thls new nnd welrd urtlclo of wear Ing npparcl could be, was complotely baffled untll explanatJoe allelted tho fact that n necktie with a tartan de sign was reqnlred Dtckena, to.., is a : ajnner m thls respect, for be makea Bob Sawyer miy with regard to wheth I er his poOtJcaJ prndh Itles are "buff" j or "hlue"?"I'm n kind of plaid nt preeent, n compoond of all soris of colors." Morcover. nn Engllsh dlc tlonary gives nn adjedlval mennlng of "plaid" ns "colored in Bquarea." 1've never henrd such use ln Bcotland. Haa nny one clso?? Scuttlsh Fleld. Hall Caine's Moonshine. Aotbora and artbrta irbo have be come well known hy ineans of maklng tho inoon dance ln the WTOOg houses of bea\en are Quroerooa, bot we never expeeted Hall Caltie to join the jjroup. Vet in "The Bcapegoat." chapter '23, on laraefa retnrn from prlaon nfter evenfnll, we Ond that "with n wnve of his band he was gone Into tho dark ness. It was a wonderful olgbt The moon, which wns ln Its flrst qunrter, was still low ln tho eaal" it wns mdeed a wonderful night On no other Dlgbt sinno the ereatton baa tho moon ln its tirst quarter been Been low in tne aaet.?London St.ir. Won't Stay Retained. This notiue appeara on a Pluatrfog ateamboat: "Paaeengere abould obtaln n reeeipt for all nrovtoiona taken on board this boal and are reqaeeted to retaln the s HM " Kasler >;al.l tlian dotnv It reinlndo us of the old llmerick: Thero wns a yotins man of Oatand Who s.-il.l lie'd lu.i.l out tfII tho cnd, But when lialfw.-xy nvcr From Ostend 10 Dover He dld what ho dl.ln't I ?Loodon Olohe. His Definition. At n Loodon board acbool tbe tea.^h er had eaplalned to tbe ehlldren the uiennlng of the word "abl!il\ " "N<>\v, ehlldren," she wenl on. ?'what word would express tlie opposlte t.. alillity'.-" A shiirp facad Ifttle boy at the end of the and forni bobbed op his head and exelalmed. "Pleaae, teacber, nobU lty!"?WOTk and I'lay. Jack Knew. On comlng brirao from the office the fathcr met Jack and Iilek. "Whnt bave you been doing today, boys?" he nuaetlooed. "FlghthV," replled Dlck. "Fightlng. eh? Who llcked?" "Mainmn dld." answered Jack.?Ex chnnge. In Keeping. Medlum?Tbe splrits won't rap un less you wrlfe out your reqoeaf 00 pa pcr. Patron?Any speelal kiud Of pa per? Medluru - Certaiuly - wrapplnp papor.?St-Louls Star. Diffieulties nre thlngs that ahow what tnen are.-Eplctetus. If you are not mtnfied aft?r osing eccording to directiona two-thirda ofa bottte .>f Chamberlain'a Btomaob and I.ivt-r Tai.let.-, you can bave yourmooey i.a.k. The tabh?1a rbianar and invigo ratetbeatoiiiach, Improve tbe dfajeatkan, regulate the boweaa.' Gfve them a trial and gel weii. s.i.i by \V. F. Oaaighton and Bichard Gibson. For Rent 427 Kintf Street. Second floor office rooms. $15.00 42 7 Kint; street. Third floor office rooma. $14-00 1923 Dukc street. 6 room frame and bath. $14-00 1101 Princc street. 7 room brick. $12.00 312 south Henry street. 6 room frame. $7.00 621 south Patrick street. 5 room frame. $.700 Further particulars at my office. JOHN D. NORMOYLE, KING AND ROYAL STREETS For Rent 612 Kintf Street. Fine atore room. $37.50 319 Kintf atrect. Large store room. $25.00 301 Cameron street, Store and dwellintf. $25.00 1227 Kintf street. 9 room brick and bath. 226 north Royal street. 6 rooms brick and bath. ?20.00 i Royal stre rooms bricl $18.00 1011 Duke street. 7 room brick. $15.00 LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Rides New Shows Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics Je i 2m r..?.u iiniNt.. N \v \<;i:n Our 1910 aummer prleea on Authraelte Coal boeame effeetlve uonday, May 2, There baa never been a time Ia the hlatory of our buaineaa when we fclt thal wo uereal.le toglve bettervaluea in AnthraeiteCoal than we can thia aeaaon, aa trehavo eompleted our armBgementa t.> aeeure ourontlro amiply from two or iiree of the verj beal eolliorlea in the Antracltc reglon, aml will havea coal whieh a unlform in quality, well prepared, and .-..al that will -ive hr better reaulta than Itlaourdealre togiveourtrada lhe heat valuea that can be had, and we earn estly s,,ii,u ihc ordera of our frienda aml euatomera. W. A. SMOOT & CO., INC. l'.KI.I. TELPHOXE 19and67. HOME TELEPHOXE I52and ?'.:. ORDER OFFICE, No. 629 KING STREET An Arti tt's '-. itictein. PmbmJere, tlie ai-ulplor, tella a onpl tal atory of Henner. tbe grenl arttat, who, oltboogb be llved ln Pnrla all bia Hfe, never loal bia Als.itl.m peaaaut ac eeiit or bia eountry munnera. But lletuier wns a vety kceti crltlc and iiad o clever way of showliig his dis liko of wordjr eotbnaiaam Falgulere, nrboae taleut aa a aculptor is known all tbe world over, waa rery fond of palntlng, bot he dld nol paint pertleu lnly well. One day Henner wns in his studio. and Falgulere Bbowed him some of bia pietorea. "Whnt do vnit tblnk of thls rine?" aaked Falgulere. "Superh!" snlrl Henner, with bls Al satlon BCCent "Marfelous!" "And this one?" "Brodltcbooa!" "And this one?" "Supllme:" Theti the old ninn plcked up a little bust whkli his frlond had Just fln bued: "Ah!" he sald. "Now, dat's good!" "I never palnted after that," snid falgolere. New fori IfalL Have You Diplopia? Dlplopla, ns its nnme afgnlflei, Is the defect which cnuses the eye to see two imnges <>f tho aame objeet Of course the drtinkard's teinpornry dlplopln 13 well known, but lt Is posslble for ? quite sober person to percelvo two key holes lnstead of one, ns the comic jour nnls have lt, and yet be n totnl ab stainer. Dlplopla ls u.sunlly tlie result of sr|iihit or geoeral eye wenknoss and ls neoessarlly ? distresslng malndy. Afl n rule, the defect innnlfests Itself In regnrd to smnll objects at some dls t.ini-e?elgbt feet or so. For inatance, one Inmp will bo seen sllghtly above anotber or to right or Ieft. Aa a mle, the fnlsc imagc ls falnter than the gentrlne one, but when I looked through the prism, which made me for the time being diploptjc, I snw tboseeondlmngc quite us clenrly ns the flrst, but with n tetideii. y to wniider. Tho farther away tho fnlso Imaga uppenra from the trne tbe leaa rlistinct ls its outllnc.? fkrand Magaelne. Why Cuvier Wore a Beard. "To aave time Ia to lengthen llfe" ls a proverb found In one form or nn oiher in almeat erery language, and Cuvier, the irreot nnturallst, ifound llfe all foo ebort to aec.iniiili.sh nll he wished to do. thougtl moat oconomlcnl ..t tlie hours. "I fiund," he mld, "that my abavlng took me a qunrter of an boOT a day. '1 hia l n and a half liours In a motitli and nlnety Imurs, or three daya and eigtateea boura, very nearly four daya, a year. This dfecovetj stn^ Kered me. Here waa l ebmplalnlng thal time was ioo abort, thal tbeyeara Oew by tno awiftly, that I bad not boura enough for work, and Ia tbe tnldet of my COmpJalolog I was wast Ing nearly four daya a year in lather Ing my faee with a abavlng br*aJt,and 1 resolved tlieneeforth to let my beard grow."?Omaha World-lierald. A Story of Mark Twain. When Mark Twain was beginniug his career as a humonm.s leeturer he one dny arrangad wltb a woman ac quaintance that she should sit iu a box and start the api.Inuse when he should stroke his nrostacbe. The leeturer started off so well tliat he dld not need any sueh hel|i. bowever, for he CBUght the atidlence from the (Irer. By aml by, when not. aayfag anythlng worthy of particular notice, be happened to pull bls mustache, and his nnxlous ally in the box at once broke Into furl ous applause. Mark was all but bro keu up by tbe Mlsadreutare and ever afterward carefully avolded employlng ancb belp to aocceaa. A Startling Comparison. In allenl abaorpl on they consnmed dellcloua cherry pie. ".lames," sald the oostess tn tho but lor. "aave all tbe cherry atonee, picase. Waah and dry them and put them on a ahelf in tbe attlc." "Why," n gneat Inrjuired, "do you aave cherry Btonea?" "You nerer aaw them hurn," sald tho lioatea "or you wonldn't nsk thnt ijuestlon. All wlnter long l keep a eop prr Jur of them "ti tbe drawing room ?i .\s (be Bre l.ttrns up I stoop tbrow a handful of the cherry i iu tbe blaze, Tho effeet ls won ;? rfni The atonee crackle nnd aend . rili dellctile green Bamea, nnd pnffti ipilsllo ndor, nn odor ;is sweet ns ?,-. ry blusaonui, floal throogb the i " ;,i i.-'s >ai rlnlwood." Iiegan nnother ;<l i!ie ho te.-.. "I uae aan ? ???. hul it <' . irea to cher : (iiigriiii f as Itmburger liclii tn.pe."?Mln lud. j Question. .. - refully explaln il ughter Uargnrei il * i i pr'i nuig. Com i.i diuner, und .-il lii ? ihe iiililo Rho :. and fnllhfully ? , ., n;.is I -.:i Inv the Bra ? ?. i i Iful. bul i' re th ? i- I r tif w'i i the ii I Whet. lo i i tlie !? tnpti : ..-ii lt. r dalnl.t i-.-n . i and i oolloued b gn al antUfne ' lother cotild . ihe |fi'..-. n hteh i nfi uf aud ? ? ? was more Kr. ? ?/ Thim. .''?''' ? I ? ? ?.! el,-. : ! ; - ., i ??.. . ??! i.i : a ? you .- ? i hitre" I ? and lhe i I il.ui a " ?? i.l llie j-ii ? ? i nmjt on p iwh-" ? i. i tbnnai \..;i rana iwl i Tot Amerli ? you know. ?irfkV* me na itiiiiv llke a r.. man : efa lhe . I the Hie Nfmke Sni.it r-*rti?l. "Will ronr s.r], iake a fOl rouise:-' -S". not .pilte. fle baaeball, fbothall nud tnrck atbk but he feara there won't be tlru?' for baeketbaJl."?Ciereland Leader. RAILBOADB Southern Railway. Trains leave UaJOB Staiion. Ai< xamlna. Ill ellc.t.Iitlle 13, l"M. X. B.- -Following achedule figurea pub llabedonlj as Information, aml are not .'iiarant.-. .1. 7:17 A. M. Dally loeal betwe.n WBSJ> ington aml l?an\ ille. 8*7 A. M. Dallj Loeal for Ilani-.ni burgand way atatlona. !i;IT A. M. Dally I . B. l:i -t M.ul. Stopsonly for itnaaeiigeni for pointa aouth at which ?oheduled t<> atop. Flral elaaa eoaehea; aleeping eara to Blrmlnjrharo and drawlng room aleeping eaaa to New (i:l. ans. Dinlng ear >er\ i.e. 11:17 A. M. I'ailv Mailtrain. OoBChee for \|:iua?:e-.( harl..tl.'sville.I.ymlil.iii-^'. Danvlllc aml Oreenaboro. Slceplng eera Urecnuhoro to Ail.inta. 1:17 I'. M. Week daya l.oeal for M'ar teiiinii aml Harriaonburg. p. \i Dallj Binnlngham appc ial. Kleepingeara between New Vork, Auguata, Aikeu and Jackaoovtllr. 8lci-|K?r to Rlrmtngham, Through Hrat elaaseoaehea U-tweeii Waahington aml n\ iiie. Dinlng car Ben i.-< Tour* i>l U> ('alil'.irnia four liiili". weeklv . :::?"._? P. M. Week daya l.oeal fcr llar rtaonburg and ivaj aauiona on Manaaaaa braueh. Pullman l.uil'et parlorear. 6:12 I'. M Dally Loeal kbr Warren ton and Charlottea> ille. u>::: l'. m Daity?Waahington aml Chattnnoogn l.imiie.l (vln Lynehburg). Pirst-class eoaeh aml aleeping < llonni.!..-. Knoxvllle and (Siaittanooga. I Kleoper to New Orlcana. Waahington t<> , Koam.ke. Dinlng ear aervice, ! 1102 P. M. [)alh New York. Atlanta aml New Orlcana f.imlted. AN I'ullnian tmln. club and obaervatton cara t<> New Urlenna. Kleeplng eara t" Aahcvllle, Atlanta. Maeon aml Now Orleana. sto.-p iiiL' rara to Chariotu?. Dinlng ear aervice. 127 A M. I'ailv Meinphi- -I- I Ial Kleepinx cara and eoaehea f>>r Roaaoke. Knoxvllle, Naahville, Chattanooga and Meinphia. Dinlng ear Bervlce. Waah Ington aleeping ear-, open IOjOO I'- M. Tliroujrh rtalna from tlie aouth aarive at Alexandria 6:13 and628 and 1023 a. m. 2:13.7:2*. 10:13and 11:58 P. M.dally, Har? riaonburg USA A. M. week .la\ I and 9 :l.: P. M. ilally. l'rom < liarlotte-sille !>:> A. M. TRAIN8 <>\ BLUKMONT BRANCH. L.ave Alexandria (W. d 0. Sl.ili.in week daya al M22 A, M.. i:io. i>.aml 5:15 r. M. for Rluemont; OA'i P. M. week dava for Lecaburg: 6:15 P. M. dally for fJliicmont and 902 and 022 A. M loeal, aml 902 A. M. | l.i.l. on Sumlays ?.nl\ for Itlu.it. i-i.i-il.tail..! achedule Hguree,Ueketa. Pullmau reaen atlon, etc., applj to u ii.i.iam <;. i.kiiku. I'liion TJeket Agent, Alexandria, Va. i: II. i T> \r\i \\. u.-ii. ial Mauager. s. II. IIAKDM ICK, Paaa, Traf. Mgr. II. P. CAKY. Goncral Pawenger Agent 1.. s. BROWN, Oenerri tgent, w MhfiigUm, D. < . Washington, Alexandria ?? Mt. Vernon Railway. In etVe.t May 1. IMO, i.i.avi: ai.i:\.\xinu.\. For VVaahlngton, from eomer Prlnee aml lloval streeta. week daya, at >40, .; 05, 6 ."'. 8 30, 8 ' '. 6 -V.. 7 05, 7 15, 7 30, 7 BJ, 7 50, 800. fi 15, H 25, 8 33, 8 50. 9 10, 9 30 10 10. H>:ti?. 1080. 11 10. II 26, II 30, II ?'-> a. m.. 12 10. 1236, U:n. 1260. 1 10. I -'?'.. I 30 I 50, 2 10, 2 25, 2 30, 1 60, 3 06, 3 25, 3 35, 3 50, I 10, I 26, I 30, I 10, I 55,5 10,5 ' 005, ii 20, il 30, II 15, 7 00. 7 13, 7 : 900,930, 1000, 1030. II 10 aml II 55 p tn. SiiikIu - 7 00, 7 35, H 10. H 30, a M. 900, 920, 9 K), 1000, 1020, 10 k), II 00. II 20 aml 11 Wa. in.. 1200 in.. 12 20, 12 K), 1 00, I 20, I 10, 200. - 20, J K), 300, 3 J". 3 K), 100, I -i>. I 10, 500, S 20. ?'> in. 600, 8 20, 6 10, 7 <fc>. 7 20, ; in. B00, 830, 900, 930, 1000, 1030and II lOp. in. KoU MolN'l VlatNON. Leave Alexandria for Mounl Vernoa, week daya,al 545. 656, 758, s.m. toas, II 25a. ni.. 1225. I 26, 226, 330, t 10. .".:t".. 6 30, 7::tv 960, 960. 1060and II -""i p. m, Suudaya- 700. 830, 930, 1030, tl ?? a. in.. 12 30. I 90, J 30, 330, I 30, ?'? 30, B v.. ,' 30, h HJand 10 16 p. m. Washington Southern Ry. Bebedule In effeel kfay 15, 1910, Tralna iea\e Cnion Htatlon for w ington and |tolnta north .-ii 7 r:. -:: and - 32 a. m., 1201,: 30, 807, 8 18 and ii 33 p. m.. dally. l-'oi Prederlckaburg. Itlehmond and poinU aouth al 137,753 (loeal) and 1022 a. in.. 12 16, I 22, S 17 (loeal) 7 12 aml :? .'.7 p. m. Accommodation for Prcdorlckaburg at il 28 a. in.. dally. On wcob daj i mia traln mna through to Mllford. \..i i:: Timeofarrivalaand de|?r1 urea aml eonnoetlona not guaranteexl, W. P. TAYLOR, Traffic liai Richmond \ i '.KOCKIMFS John Ahern & Co., Corner Prinee and Oommcrce Btneeta. WHOLESALE U RETAILGROCERS and doaleni ln PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. C'ountrv produco reoeired daily. 'mr itock of IMain and Fanej Oroeerlei em hi-if. -1 -. prything to Im> ha.l In thia line. \\ i- hold Inrgely In 1 nii.ci Ntatea hond od wareboiiHp anil earry In ?toek varloua Inanil- ofthe l.f-t PURE RYE AND MAI.T WHISKIES nia.lf. Il:iv.' :ils<> in ntSrcaupcrforgradca of Foreign and Ameriean WINES. ALES.BROWN STOUT. Vc Satiafoction Onaranteedaa to Prlca and Quality. W. A. Johnson & Co., N. F. Corner I amerunand Royal Btrceta, WHOLESALE GROCERS Gcncral C.mmisjion Merchant and i|,i!f rs iu ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Bavfc on i and Oineon'ii JCX, XXX, XX.W nnd 1'iiif Old Byp, Old ' ablnel and Mouogram VVhlakiea; alao Baker'a and Tliompaon'a Purc Rye Wln-ki,- n. whi.-h they imite tbe attentlon of thi tradi . Ordent fi.thecouatry Van mereban ? il i-ffi-jvo proniptattPtitlon. t'onalgnmnnta of Flour, Oraie and Countrj Produee aollclted, Ibr which the* giwrantee tbo highcel market prleee and proinpt r<-tm i St. Anne's Episcopal School for Glris (HAUI.OTTOVII.I.I:. \ A. Opena Bepteraber 20th, l-'nil eerpa of teachera- Prepauratory and Aradeinle Depmrtroenta, Miule, l^nguagea, Art. Mi<s MAKV UYDK I'l \ Al. jil") :lm_I'riiif i|.al. Special for 10 Days Bearlel Bage, Coleua, Oeranlum turtfuma, Aatera, fte., ln urnall ilxca, SSc per du/< n. \- tortmenl of larger planta, UteteMe perdeoea. Oaraen Roeebuebee, 'l tor ir,<. The Kramer Floral Co., ? prleee only at gre< nh For Sunday Oinner I'bone your eadera tor \-uality" lee Creari, abaolute piirlty ii maktngand onlv tbe beal Ingredlenta d. Alao a l.tr-f i--oi-liii,.|ii l'an<\ r and Plea, I??in,- I'.ainil. ^ ruil nnd Marble < ake at 30e perlb. OMouutaea l-'ruit fak.- L5e per n>. H. Bloch "?o wiwvsii STREET _ Both Phonea. ? iraiilfiiK'h. ,r\ (3ougll Bemedy lo eure eoogha \\<- doc "ivoiu BMNW) i.ai-k. beenoM there a no need. It curee; Zw bottle.