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,u^Avm?TA va.7MON'1>AY KVKX1XG. JtLY II. 1910. PRK'E 2 CEXTS. VOLUME CXI.--XO. 162 Ladies!Save Money ??* Keep ? .-?* Style by Reading McCall's Magazine and UaingMcCall Patteros McOB'o ??!????? *1J' Isbly at a nioderate bj koeplng you posiftl on tbe Utwt fashions 1n ciothes aud bau. 60 |Nct.- Kastiioa Iieslgna Also 'aluablc informailon .n nl! homo and pcr ,.(.d?1 raatte. s. Ou\y rar. Includlng a (ree rattsi scrlb? t< day or aend __ for frce saniple eopy. Mcdi P.tura. wineaaMa jroa to aukela w own homo. wittiyourown banda. HotiiiDif ror younelf >nd rnlldrcii whlcb wlll b - rrpo PatU rn ? ittl I I Wt WillGi.t You riw Pmm.1i '? ?? -. muone y:>ut !? .? ' | THE icCJVU COSPAXY. Z35 lo 249 T,'?t 374 S, N'-W Wl STEAMEES Norfolk andWashington SteamboatCo. Kv.rv d ?\ in th? vcar lor Pr?t Mon roe N'orfolk.NewportNewi and polnta ?outh.vla utnerb, powerfdl stocl palace Btoamera, I. n ? Wa ihlngton.6.45 |>. na. Leave Alexandrnt 7.00 p. ro. Arrive Ft Monroea 7.00a. m. trrlve Norfolk R.0O*. "'? \,-ri\.? porUmontb 8.00a. m. i?. in. Ixnve BorlblkCOO i? ??? l i Monroo 7.00 |?. m. Arrive Ytexim Irla &30 *? '"? Arrive W'aanlngton 7.00 a.|m Throiurh oonuections madeaj Norfolk wlth uteamers of the Old Doninloa Htenmahlpi oninany forNe* \".r,k ?'' . Merehaiits'nnd Mluer'a Steainahlna toi ("eneral i k-kel ' ?fflco, 730 HUi st.NWV. Doml Buildlng, Waahlngton, I?. * ? Phono M rn I'-''. Sevoiith Htro. t rfbarf. PhoneMaii Alesautlrla wharf foot ofPrjnec atroet \V. H. CALLAHAN, api.| iyr (lenoral Paaacnger Agont. Maryland Oalaware and Vir pinia Railway HIMIIXG BCIIED1 LE. Stenmereol thls llne leave Alexa?drla on andafter May 15. 1910, MOXDAY. WEUSESDAY and ? sati i:l'\ V at liwp. "I BALTIMORE AND ALL IMK . ; m. rivKII LANMNGS. OuUhieandanpolntmenU tinj'xeeiieci. Prelglil ror Baltimoro. Phlladelp ita :in,l Nl.v. Vork ...li-ii,?.! nnd handiM wlth c-are. rhrp ""' ,,llls "' '"slnglSr^ to Balttraore, CK* round trlp. >.;'?>: atafero.?. one v.-.\\. bi.ou, ; MKS, Ygei ,1 caineron Btreet Colonial Beach* The most popular resort on the Potomac River S.ilt WaUr Bathin^, Fishing and Crabbing Steamer St Johns Saturday 6.30 p. m. Sunday 9.30 a. m. FDAILY ROUND TRIP $0.50 are: season ticket j.oo Reardon and Grimes Wharf. Foot of Cameron Strcet. I ::m SCHEDULE & SteamboatCo. Effeotive Maj '. 191 i Steamer" CapitalCity." i cavcs Alcxandrla al 6 p. m. on Mon n l Woilnpsday tor Parham'i Poliil antl lower rlwr landlnga. Retut i early Wf.hiosilav aml Friday inorning. Leave , i\ ;u !i :i ni. for Noralnl and nter moillato landings. returnlng Bunday tbout ? i' ? ? Steamer "Wakefield." i ,\(> Bun lav, Tueadajr aadThu atOx in. b ! wlrt'awharrand all Inter medialelatidiugH. Returning leaveW Irjij wharf at u a. in. the followlng da>* and arrivingai AK?xaudrla al>oat i p. n?, Reardon & Grimes, Agents, i >tof< imeron Streot Telcphonr \ j^'1' '.vr 8CHOOLS. St Anne's Episcopal School for Birls ( H iRixn i es\ ii.i.r. V t. v. ni, nibet 30th. Pull e?rpa pl t.-'n.-in .- Preparatory and Academlc Ooiiartimnts, Miiste, lianguages, Art Mii m \i;n iivi'i. in" \ AL, jel5Sm Prlnclpal. Colonial Beacht Va? - Woodlawn - Second Strcet from Boat Landing. Mrs, S? Tasker, Prop. r ROPOSA1A Pr<>i>oaalJi wlll bc re (?oived untll l- o'dook noon, W'fd ?H.v.ltv Julv 13th. l!?10. at Uieoffloeol ilHt'i'iv KnglnotT ror tho srading, >-m i.inkiiHiit. tho fUrnishlng ofall material Jmil oonstrHotion of a hroken Htoac road ;,? Wasblngton Mrect rrom Wythe atreet .? the Washington road and on the \VftshliiKton road to tbe corporatloh line. i- pianaai d ?i>eeifieaUonH oan be spen at tiu'i in Kuglneer'sofflee, The rlght la reaerved to rejeotan^ and :,,""V,'^-,U i:.s i.i,u.i:i,u.i: Cliairman CVmuiiiUee ou Strett-. . I td nnllUr DAII.Y AND TRI-WEEKLY AT OAZETTK BUILDINO, 310 and 312 PBINCE 8TREET? [Entered attlic pOttoAeeof Alexaudria, Virjrinia. as second-class matter.] '[ i:i:v.s; pailv 1 vear, $5.00; 6 montha, 12.60; Ii inonths, S1.2o: 1 inonth,4'i cciit i week, lOeenib. Tri-woekiv -1 J9U, $3.00:0 months $1.50: :; nioiiths. 7.". cents; 1 month, B eenta. , ,. "ontract advertisers wlH not be allowed i,, laoeed thcirspaceunless theexcess i-, paid for at transiont rates, and nnder no eiiwumatanoea will thcy be allow.id to advertise oliior tlian thcir legttl mate business in thespace eontracted EteaolutiOBI In mcmoriain, of tlianks, trilnitcsof respeet. resolutioiis adoptcd i.v aoeietlea ?r penona,unleaa of pubiu oonccru. Will be prfntod in Hi-' papor ? Ivertiscmciits. monsti:k A1KSIIIP. The inoorporation, atSt. Iyouis, of tho Universal Aerial Navigation Company bai reveakd plans for a commercial paaamgOT airship that \vi!l rival the wiUlestdrcainsofJulesYertie. Offlciabj of thc compan> declare that within a year they will have a sbip that will earry over a hundred passengers in a forty-milf wind and at a speed of 100 inilcs aH hour. The machine is the in\ i-ution of J. W Oman, fonnerly of 8an Antonio, Texaa, but at present a St. Louisan. One isiii progreaa ofconatructioninthe afaopt of thc inventot in Bt Ixmia. Thc inventor clainis that bil ahipcan start cilher fi-om tbe land ..r watei. He declarea itwill Moend itraight into tbe air or can !?? iaunehed in Ihe manner ol an aeroplane. The new airdiip isealled a gyroplane, >., named from thc fact that it is acoin bination of gyroacope, thc heltcopter and the aeroplane. It> promoMi it ,aii be built in any size frorti a tWO man "runabout" or aeven-paaaengera "touring car" to a monater of the air ihai will carrjr50or 100 paaeengera. Itia planned toconatract mavhinea iliat will maintain a regular paaaenger aervice betweeti citiea and alatea, and even countrica. The Raaoiine uupply may be unlimited. The m *lel <>l thc ship is fltted witli !\>ur Imge pn pellora, 12 fecl in diameter, which may be tm.il in turii for drawini,' the maehine frorn the ground orcftrryingit through the air. Thc machine bas l>een inspcctcd by governmenl onginecra and pro Dounccd supcrior t" all other?. The machine i< lo I"' oii.-tructcd ?n linly of aluniilium and macadamitc, ;,nd. beaideo carrying four propellera, i> titt.-.l arith two engim a Tbe invciit'.r a.?cttst!iat iIk maohiiic ,:1ii !?? made i>> atand .^till at one apol in thc air f>.i an inileftnitc Ume. 'Wo could drop a Ihouaandbombaon a war ghip fr.mi a height <>f two milcswitlmnt movhtg a foot," ho dccJared. Thc company i- capitaliaed at |5f 000,000. THE HBAT WAM.. Veaterday araa tli<- hotteat day of thc yeat in Xcw V.nk. Thrcc pcr si.n- wviit mad with thc hcat aud 10 othen dicd of it. Tcn daathi and many proatrationa OCCUrred in Philadclphia yestcrday, a rcsnlt of thc ezoeaaive hcat. The thcrmomctcr at MtddletOWO, N. V.. touehed 102 degreea in tbe shadc yeaterday afternoon. Waahington yeaterday iwelterad in torrid hcat whkh cauaed one daath, that vt a oojored infant, and thc pros tration of four other peraona. On Pennaylvania avenne thc themometer registered 1"2 degreea. Tha< thc preaem hot arave reacbea an altitude of l'.Hh) feet waa thc discovery made at Lowell, Maaa yea? terday by Gharlee J. Qlidden, arho made an aaoenaion in thc balloon llaa aachuaetta. One imirder, a ihooting which proh ahlv will reault fatally, thrcc niicidea and another attempt nt lelf-deatruction whicb may yet end rocoeaafully, U thc record of critm' in Detrorl foi Sainr day. PASHIK'S HOMB WRIXKr.ll. The bome <>f Rer. B. rX Flaher, pas tor of the Neoga, 111.. Preabyterian Churcb, was dynamited eariy Batarday morning. The bnilding was partly wrecked and T?ev. Fish.-i'- irife was badly injnred. N?. chic has hecii foimd lothe pemo whotlirewUM bomb, frag menta of which were found latar near the wrecked buikling. Rer. Flaher had been leading a cru tade againat booUeggera, and it i> be lieved foea of thc local pption law wrecked bil bome, as he had nvnved a number of letten threateninghim on acoounl of hia attitude. Hev. Flaher was aoed for *r>0o dam I ist Friday by Jacoh Stiohl, a wealthy Gernaan tarmer, and Ciunber land Pretbytery. Bteohl charged that H.v. Flaher had prayed to thc Ix>rd "to make BrothwStrohl a bettei man." "N?m you woiild better make an? other prayer and atraighten things up with the Lord," Bbohl declared when Fiaher conduded hia prayer. Flaher, it i< alleged, refoaed t.> oonaply and the stiit followed. Tlieir dttferencea toOowed thc refhaal to pcrmit Comberland PreabyteriaM to uae the chnrch bnilding near Neoga after tlu-ir conaoUdatioD with the Prea? byterian Church. This action is l>e lieved to havc atartod thcir trovUe. I1\\\K K1LI> lAfTUHk With a chieken for a prize, a 1-attle royal was waged by a hawk and a rat Ueanake akog the baaka ofthe Jnniata al Corcdale, Pa., Batarday. Jt was witneaaed by Wattcr C. \V>tiekoop, of Ahoona. and he says he nevcr saw a fight so t'lerce. Wynekoop was tishing. and, while waiting for a "hito," his aitention was directed to a oommotion in a clntnp of buaheanearby. Hc warkedquietly near the ipot to investigate. He found the snake in possession of aspringchicken. but the meal was disturbed by the hawk, DRY GOODS. Store Honr>: Daily, 8 a. in. to ?"> p. m. ? irdiy, $ a. in. 10 8 p. m. $1.39 36-inch Colored Messaline for 89c Soft, lustrous aml perfoetly ftntabed. Allpure silk and akein dyod: in abadea of white, ivory. cream, ptak. Kghl blue, mais, Nilc, rioiet, gray, reeeda, navy, cadet, oid roe*, gold, muetard, imoke, aml btack. A W?8f valrn- g(J $1.98 White Crochet Spread. $1.59. Ful! Ctit-out Oorotf vTbite Crochet Sproad: spk-ndid weiglit; CM CQ B1.98 qnality. Speiial. 4> > ?->' $1.25 White Crochet Spread, 99c. 11-4 FullHRxe Wbita Crochel Spread; inailc froin b?tft yarii; lioniiind ready for 11*6. $1.25 grade. Spec- <}(}q ial. LANSBURGH &BR0. 420-426 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON, D. C. uhidi evideatiy atao baddeeigna on the dainty meat. Cirding around the reptile and the chicken.thofaawk arouidflycloieenough to Miag the imake'x body arith ita beak. Once ii flew too cloae, and qnick aa a tlask the anake rtrnck it, knocking it to tbe gronnd. Wiili its beak and cUwi the bird ?bught, while the anake wrapped itacoila around it. It aeeraed an hour bul it <si? only lSminuteawben, ina la<t dee pcrate ? t'fort, the hawk Mnk it-* taiona into the ftnake'a throat, and tbe battlc pnded. Freeing itaelf, the l>ird aeized tho prize and flevr aw..y to enjoy it. The inakt meaanred 4 ft el 1 inch. TRAIM ROBBRRf l?>ll.i:i>. deverneai on Ibeparl <-ftl.ngineer preveuted tbree youthful andapparent |y inexperienced bandita froni robbiag the Miaaouri, Kanaaa and Texaa Ponth weatern flywr nenr Larimore, ;"> milea fiom st. Louia.eariy yeaterday. Tbree men arere arreeted later aa ?uepecti and pbtced in jail pending inveatifa tion. Engineer Quinn, tbrongh a rnae, pre ventod the looting of the baggage car and t!i<' paaaengercoaches. Tbe bandita (?orapelled Ibc engineer and the fire man, at the point of revolvere, to dea cend from the rab and madetbe men ac company them back to the baggage car tobelp inunocuplingit. Whiletinker ingaboul thecoupiing tbe engineer and thenreman, in the darkneee, managed to glide away from the bandita. The two atarted on a run fot tbe cab. Tho bandita opened fire on the engine nicii. The engineer and the nreman, nnde terred, acrambled into the cab. Tho engineer threw the throttle wide open and daahed away with tbe train. Fivc milea fe*theronat8paaieh Lake Quinn rang up the yard maetei in st. Louis and told the detaJhj of the at tempted robbery. Teething children baremoreor leai diarrhoea, wbicb can l?- controUed by giving Chamberiain'a CoUc, Cholera and Diarrboea Remedy. All that i neceaaary ia to giw th<- preacribed doae after eacfa operation of the bpwebi more tlian nainral and then caator oil to cleanaethe aystem. It b~ aafe andaure So4d by W. F Creighton and Richard Qibaon. KIFTY VKA R8' EXPKlUr.N< K OF AN OLD NTKSK Mrs. Winslow's BoOthlttg Nyrup is tlio precaeaptJon of onc of Um beat lamala phyalotana and nnraea Ia the Untted Btatea, and lms been uaed for flfty years wiiti aever4hdllag aneeeea by miiiionsoi mothenfcrtheir ehlbben. it reUevea tho cliild from pain, OUXM diarrhori. j,'rii>iii? In tbe bowebi, and eind eolie. By giving hoait.li to the eblld it reata tho mother. Twoutyiivo .-onus a bottte. tiipalarhUn Kxposltion, Knoxilllr. Tenn., Sept. Ii-?>rt. Ii. 0leallj redneed narea aeeoant above oeoaaionon ^do vla Boutnern Rallway Bept io to Oet 12, Ineluadve. tromall prineipa] Vlrginia pointa, Includlny waahlngton, l?. C. Pfnal llmlt Oet W Callonneareatagentor arrlte L s Brown General Agent, 70615th itreet northweat Waahlngton, D. C, for full partioulars abont Birea, aebedujoa, ete. Vii:<;1nia. -in the Clerk'a Oflaee of the Poi poratioii Court of UM I'ity of Alexaadrta, on the llthdaj ofJuly, 1810, John Boward Biebardaon va Delia Richardaon. In ehaneery. Moino. The objeet of tins >*iiii ii to oi> tain i'or tbe ooinplaiiiant an abaolutfl di voree from tbe aefendaat on the ground oi' wilftil deaertion aml abandonment for inoro tlian tbree yoar> prior 10 the Inatltntlon orthla eult, and for genor.il reUeC It appeattag l>v an affldavit tilod in ttiis eanae tnat the defeewtant, Della Richardaon, Ia a aonraeldenl of this State: ItisOrdorod: That said dofoixJaiit ap pear here within (iftoon daya after dne publleatton of ihis order, and do arfaat is neceaaary to proteet ber latereet Ia this siiit. aml thai a oopy of l!ii> order l>o fortiiwith Inaerted in the Alevandrla Qaaette.a newapaper pabliabedia tlio city or Alexaadrta, onc, a areek forfour iue eaaive ireeka, and poated atthe front door of tlio ? ourt Houae or this city. a oopv?Taajte. XLVKLLS. OREENAWAY, C'lerk. Chatles Bendhelrn. p. q. jyll w4vr-m FOUNDERS AND M.U'HIM J.&H.Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Entfineer and MachinistJ* Suppliei. Pipe. Pipe Fittintfa. Valvea. Ve. Blacksmithing & Repairing Promptly Executed. Aiexandria Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SM1TH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. Wc make a ?pccialty in repaira to Gaaoline Enfines. Motorcyclea and Automobiles. We solieit your ordera on all kinda of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICEJ 514 Evana Building. Phone Main 7324. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS omhi: am> aroaaa: 115-117 v pjotalst. Dealer in Hardware. Painta. Atfrieul tural Implemcnts.Vchiclea.Harneaa. Field and Garden Seeda. waanotrana, aoirra miioa arasai i.im: i>k -oriiiKitv i; ui.w.w. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andali kindsof Mill Feed Will alwa.ri keep in atoek the hlgbeat grade oftl.artiele* I'lNANCIAI. GtARDXBH U BOOTHB, M. B. Ua*U)W Prnaldent \ lee Prealdent First National Bank Ai.t:\ \\ii:i \. \ \. Dcstgnated Depository of thc United States. CAPITAL. - 9NOJ0O0 sl KPI.I S AND I M>I\ H>KI? PROFITS.1175,000 Dircctor*: G Ii BOOTHE M. B. HARLOtV, (,. i.. \vai;i-ii:u>. J r. miik. WAI.TKK ROBERTS, B. BAER.JB., i i: \.\( IH i.. sMi'i'ii. E8TABJJ8HKI) I86C Burke & Herbert M...liiiii% equipped for banking In its variona branchea. Depoaitca reeelved aubjeet tocheek at si-hi. ('olleetiona made on all poiata. Iligh-crade Inreatment aeeurltlea hoilght and Rold. Lettera of (redit and I-'onimi K.\ ehanjft' rurnlahed. Kafe Denoail Boxea for rent ASavin,-; Departmenl in which in tereal la allowed on depoalta. BUILDING MATERIAL8 [ESTABLISHED l?l] Henry K. Field & Co., Bneeaaaoia to .los.AII li. i>. BMOOT. LUMBER and MILL WORK OF ALL KiNDs. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Ofticeand Yard 11. N. t nion strect. Ka.tory N'o. III N. I.cc strect. Material I>olivered FREE in the city. VIROINIA.?In th. < lerk-. Ofllceof the Corporatlon Court of tbe City of Aiexandria, on the 29tfa daj of June, I9ia I.illian i;. Man-fi.-ld \ -. Robert N". Mans lield. In chanccry. Iletno. Tbeobjeetoftk-iaaultla toob tain for thc loinplaiiiant an abaolilte dl rorce from the defendant on the ground ofadultery eommitted by bUn, and ftnr general rellef. lt appearing l>y an atildavit Qled In thla cauae tbal tbe defendant, Robert S. Manafield, is;i Don-reaidentorthl)i8tate: I! is Ordered, That sai<l defendant ap pear here wlthln fifteen daya after due publioatlon of thla order, and do whal ia neceasary to proteet hiaintereata In this auit, and that a eopy of thla order be forthwlth Inaerted In the Aiexandria Gazette, a newapaper pobliabed In the i it \ of Aiexandria, onoea week for four Bticeeaalre in eeka, and poated at the fronl door of the ("iirt ilonae of this city. A ci.i.v Tl NEVELL8. GREENAW AY.c lerk. in l.otts N. Iit'i n:y. D, <'? Cbarlea Bendbelm, p. q. JeJO wiw-thn Refrigerator Weather The first cost is the least, result is what we give in Refrigerators. We can refer you to users of the Eddy and Baldwin Re? frigerators. O u r satisfied custom ers speak for us. M, Ruben & Sons. 601 KING STREET. Cbaniberlain's BtOtnach and I.iver Tablets gently stininlatc the livrr and bowels to eifnl poisonons matter. cleansc the system. eure conatipation aud sick headache. Sold by W. F. Creigbton and Ricbard Gibson. i Corner King and Roya! Streets Capital $ 100,000. Surplus and profits $30,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small accounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Departments on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction. OFFICERS Judge C. E. Nicol, President. Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President. John A. Marshall, Vice President. T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier. Funds invested for our customers. Details care fully attended to for all. Cail to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings Department. ESTABLISHED 1870 THE RAMMEL CAFE ? ??????^???? Offers ALL THE SUMMER DELICACIES BOTH PHONES Finest Table Wines, Clarets and Burgundies all the Summer. Please don't mention it to anyone il jrour bdylore'a ahoea look dtabby or if her feel have nol tbe appenranre that you fancy in a lady. Jual I- II her of thc beautiful and up to-date Summer ahoea in Oxford tiea, itrap alippcra, white as and pumpa thai we are cloaipg oul at ntcfa a big reducttofl in pricea at tt- A Hr T 400 KING KA 1 Ly STREET Bargains in City Real Estate On King Street, near Alfred, Elevcn room brick and bath, in fine condition, with modern improvements: lot 26 feet 5 inches front and 100 feet deep, with side and rear alleys. On King Street, near Patrick, Eleven room brick dwelling, with modern improve? ments. Lot 23 feet on King street and 100 feet deep to 10 foot alley. Both of these properties can be converted into apartments with slight alterations. Within two squares of King street and in a good neighborhood an cxcellent two-story brick dwelling, in fine condition, having seven rooms and bath, with all modern improvements, with front, side and rear yards. Lot 60 feet front by 100 feet deep. This home is only offered owing to the departure of its owner from this city. For further particulars and permission to inspect call :'n and see us. Let us furnish you with our list of city and subur ban properties, which are without equal. We can lend you any amount of money youdesire on your real estate. FIRE INSURANCE is one of our specialties. THOMPSON & APPICH 107 South Royal Street, Aiexandria. Va. jocm P. EtoBimox, Oao. s. Panri ?, Prcident. Becretaiy. Aiexandria Fertitizer and M UICFAI I TBRM OF Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals antl Sulphuric Acid. Aak voiir dealer for tho Aiexandria lVriili/?r and Chemhal t'o.s ProdtMta. Capacity: 50.000 tona per annum. Prlneeaa street aad Pototnac Rlrer AVharf. Aiexandria. Yirj?inia. Wc Have in Our Window on Dis play a Ltnc of Loose Leaf Goods Odgera, aay roltag, aomMaaad aaata and iournal, monthly siaiemont ledgera, blndcn, boldera, memomndnni l>ooks andpriee l>ook>. (all and let us showyou sample HM ts ofall -t\aeaand ruUngB. S,RDyson&Bro* 508 KING STREET. W. H. PECK Payne and Qoeen Streets. Dealer in Groceries, Meats and Provisions WOOD and COAL Specialtics: Lime, Cement, Nails, Glass, ROOFING BELL PHONE 192. CAPITAL CITY J92. Otterburn Lithia and Mag nesia Springs WATER Greateat known Water for Dyapep aia. Inditfeation. Kidney and Liver Troublea. Leiding Phyaiciana endorae it and tea tify to ita tfreat merit. Frank Warfield, _Druggist._ ~WEEK KN'l'TK Kl.lv I.oeal wKek end ^kots Washington to raet, ttam m. Ilnrrisonb'.ir;?. Bluemont and inteimediate siations sold OO Saturdavs and Nimdays. valid for re titrn on Mondav at vcry lOW fares, will be ptaeed on aale l.v Sonthern Railway at WaabingtoBvO. < '?? befinaing SATl.R DAY. May Btb, and continuine; unul October 2,"inclusive. L. S. BROWX, Oeneral Ajent First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia OFFICERS G. L. BOOTHE. Preaidcnt GEO. E. WARFIELD. Ca.hier M B HARLOW. V,ce-Pr?.dent J- J.GREEN. A.a.aunt Caah.er DIRECTORS GARDNER L. BOOTHE BENOIT BAER. JR. M B. HARLOW GEO. E. WARFIELD JAS. F. MUIR WALTER ROBERTS FRANCIS L. SMITH RESOURCES I.oans and Invostments. $v*4 r. s. Bonda. i-:" llaukiug House. 7T Due from Hatiksand Re : re Agents. !H (a-.li. ** ", IVr (,'cnt. Fuud. ?'? ,1100.00 .-.Sd.iil ,104.41 ,668.60 ,400.00 tl?B48&49 LIABILITIES fapiUil.$100.00j).00 Burpluaand Protiti. ls.>...-_vj...i arcPuh*jo?. ?gg DeposUs. :7,.-,y, other Liabilities. 1.4K..01 HJgMHitf This bank with itsamplo eapital aud burplus. Its adequate equlpment and IVilitles. soliolts tho a.-cotiuts of nianuPaKiirors. wholosalors. ivUilors and Indlvlduala on tho beat u-rms oonsistent with souud l.ank.ug. No aceownt tee iaoce to be handlcd satlsfactorily; noue too s.nall to l>e appreelated. Stop and Think Bcfore You Buy That Car ?> .... ,,,i? ? v,- imiruwmtown pot.pio. atand baeli ofctaeeaif ara aell. naaklna 1 n. *ii f.J. - ,i ? mri'mokinir after the oars generally for an Indeflnlte neriod oi I Lf'ffi Inin v ria . '? vo,. grt BlmptleHy dmal.ili.y. eomfon and the ' SSa* popidi,.' o:!r inH.o wertd P.5 W and lol ?s ahOW you *.* m^torp'ooo. C Myers Brothers, 115 N. PittStreet A Big Smoke isn't a bit more enjoyable if you burn a bill to light your cigar. It'a the quality and make of the cigar that givea en joyment. WE MANUFAGTURE CIGARS that give satisfaction the year round. They aro uniform in size and quality. Get a box and when it'a up get another. See that eveiy Plantation Cigar is stamp ed Hamilton & Co. HAMILTON &, CO. 323 KING STREET. THIS LINON SUIT With Parasols to match For $3.98 1 Case Opdies large floral desitfns: 12 l-2c values, at 72c Yard. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. FOR RENT 887 X. Henrystroet. 1<> '><? 880 Coniii.on-o street. 328 Commeroo *tn-ct. 8 00 421 S. Alfrod atrect. 7 .'?<? ftlOWiikeaaHeet. ?"? 80 . B oo 817 Prince atreet.* 180 N. Si. Asaph street. 18 00 1128 Duke atreel.?? M oo 11* X. St. Asaph stroot. 14 00 818 X. Pittstreot. 11 00 511 s. Henry atreet. 10 MH05 Watkea atmat Several Comfortable Houses for Sale. HARRIE WHITE REALTY, INSURANCE, BONDING.