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THREE CENTS A DAY WOULD YOU? It costs just a frac? tion more than three cents a day for an Extension Wall Set Telephone connected with the present Bell Telephone in your residence. It will save you hundreds of useless steps every day, preserve your health and add a thousand fold to the comforts and pleasures of the home. $1.00 PER MONTH IN RESIDENCES Call Contract Department Southern Bell Tel. & Tel. Company ol Virginia fi? of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,000 SURPLUS, $125,000 OFFICERS : Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce. Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. J. C. Smoot Worth Hulfish M. A. Ahern DIRECTORS : Edward L. Daingerfield Jas. W. Roberts Carroll Pierce Urban S. Lambert The Citizens' NationalfBank has been Jdirectly identified with the mercantile, manufacturing, and jobbing interests of Alexandria for forty years, and, with its large capital, ample surplus, conservative directorate, progressive management and convenient location, is equipped to satisfac? torily handle new accounts and to accord them that same courteous at? tention which has-been a vital factor in its steadfast Jand continuous growth. ClXniXiXniEIIIJIlIITniTTTTlIlIlIII IX pppp in the Garden Sub? urb. Lots $200; Buy at the Start $10 cash, $5 per month. Virginia Highlands THE NEAREST AND NEWEST. Scientifically planned for refined people of moder? ate means. Come Saturday or Sunday afternoon. See the Morrill style damp-proof cement houses, poured in steel moulds. t- Live at Virginia Highlands and save time and car fare Inquire of A. S. Doniphan, A. J. Wedderburn and Harrie White. BALLARD & LANHAM Washington Sales Office, 621 13th Street, Northwest. CHp this ad; it leads the way. 2?G An Overland Did It DTJOMiss Blanche Stuart Scott has just finished a cross country tour fron. New York to San Francisco, having driven without masculine aid a model No. 8c Overland < ar the whole distance . and mountains, her only ootnpan ng a lady friend, thus demonstrating to the world Unit the Overland is the most wonderful combination of mechanism and comfort in the whole conn try: simplest and easiest t.. operaie and adjust. Twenty thousand of th. sold th. ? year. Myers Brothers, 115 N. Pitt Street THOS. W. ROBINSON at LAS CffiT Makes The Best Concrete For Sale by GEO. ?. ROBINSON'S SONS, ALEXAXPK1A. \ ?, ?Ieri in Ccmeut. Lime, Hair. Calcined Plaster, Wall Plaeter, Terrs Cotta ScW?>r Lire and Flue Lining, Fire Brieke?Fire Clay.Ac. SATIUDAV KVKXIXi,. ? ? I A M*rit?d Rebuk?. At the age m eighty-six Mme. Reyn? olas stili fdund much zest in life, and, baring retained all her faculties, she felt that a few of the physical dis? abilities of tier age were of small ac? count and portei :<!(?(] nothing. Her nephew Tboinas ? is ? man of much worth, but of a certain tactlessness of speech, which always roused the ire of bis aunt A few weeks before the old lady's eighty-seventh birthday Thomas, who had been overweighted with business cares for years, started on a trip round the world which was to consume two years. "I've come to say goodby," he an? nounced when he appeared at his aunt's house in a town fifty miles dis? tant from his home. "I'm starting round the world next week, and as I'm to be gone two years anil perhaps longer I thought I might not ever well, you understand, 1 wanted to be sure to see you once more." The old lady leaned forward, fixing him with her beadlike eyes. "Thomas," she said Imperatively, "do you mean to tell me the doctor doesn't think you'll live to get back?" ?Youth's Companion. Perpetual Motion. Little Jimmy had arrived at the questioning age. lie had just made an inquiry concerning perpetual motion of his father. "No," said his father; "nobody has ever discovered perpetual mothm yet." But Jimmy was not quite satisfied. "What is perpetual motion like, dad." he asked next. His father thought a moment. "Why It's pretty hard t?< Bag, Jimmy," he re plied, "but it's something that keep* going and going forever. Here is as illustration. I once saw a woman in a train who had put on her (tores. She then tried to button her right hand glove, but she found that she must take off her left band glove to do so She took it off and buttoned the right hand glove. Then she saw that In or? der to button her left hand glove she must take off her right hand glove, which she did. Then she put on her left hand glove, buttoned it and put on the right hand one again. Dot she couldn't button her right hand glove with her left hand glove on, so she took off? That, Jimmy," lie said after a pause for breath, "Is what perpetual motion would he like if you could get it." A Remarkable Dinner Service. Tho remarkable dinner service made by Josiah Wedgwood for the Hussiaii empress, Catherine IL. in 1771 consists of 9D2 pieces, and on each piece is painted a different view. The body is of a pale brimstone color, and the views are painted In a rich mulberry purple. As the service was intended to be used at the palace of La Gre noullllcro (meaning marshy placo full of frogs), each piece also bears a green frog within a shield on the rim. The views represent British ruined castles, abbeys, parks, bridges, towers, etc. Several pieces are decorated with views of Har.ipst.end, and there an? custard cups with views of Kichmond aud sauce boats with the scenery of Windsor park. In many cases the views are the only pictorial records left of the old buildings. Altogether there are 1,282 views painted on tho 052 pieces.?Counoisseur. What Was Missing. Dr. Watson (Ian Maclaren) used to tell a story about his trip to the Holy Laud, to which he bad been looking forward for a number of years with pleasurable anticipation. As he was uearlng the center of his? toric Palestine he met an American who was making all haste to get away. After such greetings as two English speaking men meeting lu a foreign country might exchange the Ameri? can asked Dr. Watson where he was going. "To Jerusalem," was the reply. "Jerusalem!" exclaimed the Ameri? can In tones of unfeigned disgust. "You don't want to go there. I've just come away. It's a slow town. Why, there isn't a single daily newspaper In the whole place!" Tho Flag at Half Mast. The custom of showing tho flag at half mast originated from the way at sea of show-lug tho pre-eminence one ship had over the other Iti time of war? fare. The vanquished always had tc lower its flag, while the victor's would bo raised as high as possible In exul tatlon. To lower a flag is au act of submission or betokens respect to a su? perior or is a signal of distress. The hoisting of a flag half mast high came to be used, therefore, as a sign of mourning and respect. Not Enough to Go Around. "What are you laughing at, dear?" asked a fond mother of a little four year-old miss who seemed to be great? ly amused. "Oh, at something funny that hap? pened," was the reply, "but it's no v* to tell you, because It Isn't funny ?mough for both of us to laugh at"? Chicago News. A Musical Opinion. "What selection Is that the orches? tra has Just finished?" "I don't know. Sounded to me like neuralgia expressed in music."?Lon? don Tit-Bits. Hypnotism and Marriage. A Georgian complains that his wife "Has hypnotized him." That is a hahii women have; otherwise there would be no marriage.?Charleston News and Courier. There are a thousand persons In tho world who can hurt you to one that can help you.--Billings *" Be sure and take a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarroelia Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer. It cannot lie ob? tained on board the trains or steamers. Changes of water and climate often causs sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by W. F. Crsigbteu and Riehard Gibson. WORTH WEIGHT _IH GOLD Lady Learned About Cardui, The Woman's Tonic and is Now Enthusiastic in its Praise. Mount Pleasant, Tenn.?"Cardui is all you claim for it, and more," writes Mrs. M.E. Rail, of this place. "I was a great sufferer for 2 years and was very weak, but I learned about Car? dui, and decided to try it. Now I am in perfect health. "My daughter, when changing into womanhood, got in very bad health. 1 gave her Cardui and now she enjoys good health. "Cardui is worth its weight in gold, I recommend it for young and old." Being composed exclusively of harm , less vegetable ingredients, with a mild ! and gentle medicinal action, C.irdui is the best medicine for weak, sick girls ? and women. It has no harsh, powerful, near-pois ! onous action, like some of the strong minerals and drugs, but helps nature io ; perform a cure in a natural easy way. Try Cardui. N. K?Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dent, Charts noota Medicine Co.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special Instructions, and 64-p2i;<? boo'*, "Home Treatment tor Women. ' sent in plain wrapiia. on reimest. HASTE in selecting a flavoring ex? tract just because the label is attractive often MAKES you wish you had just told j your dealer to send you Leadbeater's, which you know is good and pure, and in which there is abso? lutely NO WASTE Established 1792 FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS J. & H. Aitcheson MACHINISTS AND ENGINEERS Agents Gray Gasoline Motors Engineer and Machinists' Supplies. Pipe. Pipe Fittings. Valves, fife. Blacksmithing ?* Repairing Promptly Executed. ia Iron Works FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK SMITH AND STRUCTURAL IRON WORK. We make a specialty in repairs to Gasoline Engines. Motorcycles and Automobiles. We solicit your orders on all kinds of Iron Work. Bell Phone 53. WASHINGTON OFFICE;" 514 Evans Building. Phone Main 7324. John !?. Robinson, Gao. 8. Paanca*, President Secretary. Alexandria Fertilizer and KAHUPAC TfllERSjiOF tilizers, Fertilizer Materials and iric Acid. Art your dealer for the Alexandrie F?rtilir;r and Chemical Go/s Products. Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum. Princess Street and Potomac Hiver Wliarf. Alexandria, Virginia. Fine Stationery By the box, tablet or pound, with envelopes to match. SPXtyson&Bro* 508 KING STREET. l'Inni.? ML Greenhouses S. r.uriek: St. D. R. Grillbortzer Bedding Plants and Gera? niums, $ 1.00 per dozen. Funeral work promptly attended to. De? livered to all j .arts of ?he c'itv. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. fettS tf ? AUCTION BALE TIM vu is H \l.i: OF \ ALUABLE REAL ESTATE IV ALEXAN? DRIA < 01 NI'V. \ IKi.INIa. j By virtu. ! triwi dated ? ?. toberSD, 1906, snd recorded November 7. 1906, in lili.-r 114, folio Of the land records of Alexandria county, Vir ! ginia itlefault bavins occurred under the prOl ll I deed of irn-t?. the undersigned trustees,at tbc requ the holder of the note secured thi will st-ll at publie auction on the preiii BATUBDAY, SEPTSMBCR I IBfO, at I o'elci-k |i. in., all that trae! .if laud loOSted in Alexandria county, N'ir ? being lot numbered four ? ? "in the par? I tili.m of Tilomas Dawson'a lan?l smong his hoirs and which was allotted to Anni.? J. Cbumasero, a ? er ?ani-, conveyed bj her to Theron Thompson and Hugh B. Hutchison* and being described ai fol 1!?/inning at ?G?" a planted itone in the north line of tin- tra??! a?.<l northwest corner of lot numbered three (3); thence with tbe line of the traci B. in minutes W. 0.84 chains to ?F". a planted stone, s corner to tho tract oi'Whaleii s. 1 degree (0minuten I. chains to "O," s point in the center of thi Qeorgetown road;thenee along tho center ofsaitl road N\ 73dogn es20minuted I chains to ??<?." the angle of the same: thence along the ? 80 degrees 56 minutes I'. 3.36 ohaini t.. ?t.'ih?? corner <>f lot numbered three :; ilieii<-e with the Ime of lot numbered three (31 N. 3 degrees 51 ininul 21.96 chains to the beginning, and con? taining 18ft aerea, including ..neh tbe Qeorgetown road, or 18.464 sen elusive or sold road, subject, hos to the right of way of th?-1 ; real Falla snd Old Dominion Railroad, whtoh hn land la now known as --I'lil'ion, " as per a ?ubdlvlsion thereof recorded In ?leed book 117, pages IB and 79, excepting and excluding, however, from sale hereof tbe following lot? which bave heretofore been sold and the same released from the li.n of said deed of trust to-wit: Lots numbered one (1), three (31, four 11), ii\ . seven ... eight (?), nine 9 . ten 10 . eleven (II), tweli fifteen (15), twenty (20 . twenty-oni twenty-two (22), twenty-four (24), twenty live ri.', . twentv-sls (26), twenty ? (27), and tho following parts of lot num? bered ilxtei - mentlonod and described in deeds of release from 0, A. Hutchison et al., dated April |?, ? : ? >T. and described by metes snd bounds an follow s: 1st. Beginning at the southeast corner Of add lot numi..red sixteen (16) and running along the westllne of Park Lane N. 2 degrees 4H minutos W. to feet to a stake; thence ?. 87 degi ?es 12 minutes rV. 130 feet to s stake: theneeS. 2 degrees i minutes ? ?) feet to a stake; thence N. 97 degrees 12 minutes E 130 feet to the beginning, containing 5,200 square feet 2nd, Beginning at a stake at the north east corner of the land of Louise Frank? lin on Park Lane and running thence along the west side of seid lanci?'. 2 de? grees 18 minutes \\ . 17.-:; feet to a Stak? : thence along the south il i,? of said Ian ? \. 16 degrees 01 minute W. lOLOfl feet to ? rtake; thence slong the south tide of said lam- x. GO degn ? ID minutes W. 72.48 feet to a stake; thence 8. 2 degrees M minutes E. 130.91 feet toastakc;thencc N. 87 degrees 12 minutes E 130 feel to the beginning,containing 10.543.(0 square ?bet ;ird. Beginning at a stake at the south? west corner ?>r Franklin's lot snd run? ning thence X. 2 degrees IS minutes w , 170.94 feet to a point in the south line of the roadway: thence with isid line of roadway ?, 50 degrees 19 minutes w. 17.69 feet; thence N.G7 degrees 32 min? utas W. p. i- feet: thence 52 degrees 18 minutes E. 190.52 feet to a point; thence V 87 degrees 12 mlnuu s R. 55 feet I beginning, containing 10,240 square feet, snd also the following piece of land .1 ?cribad in deed of release dated July 8, 1900, and recorded in liber M0, foil of the land records of A lexandria county, Virginia, ss follows: Beginning at a. planted iron pine at tin- northeast, comer of lot numbered seventeen ? it ; thence with the west 11.fa thirty (30) foot roadway N. 2 degrees iv minuti 77.57 feet to a pipe; thence 8. (7 de 12 min?tes W. 96.70 feet t?> a pipe on the north line of lot iiiiiiiiier.il seventeen bonce with the north line numbered seventeen ? 17. s. m di 04 minute- H123.?0 feet to tho beginning, containing 3,750 square feet;: and also tbe right of way of the G real Fall? and Old Dominion Railroad, and als.? the ridili of way mentioned and described In deed dated November 26, 1905, and n corded In liber 115, folio230, of the land records of Alexandria county, Virginia. Termi of mie: One-third of tbe pur> cbsse money to be paid in cash, balance in two equal Instalments payable In ils and twelve months, with Interest at six percent per annum, payable semi-an niiaiiy. secured by deed of trust upon the property sold, or all cash at the op? ti.m ?.('the purchaser. A deposit of 1500 will be required at the time of tale. All eonveysnelng, recording, etc, st co ? ?.? purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled with within 15 day ? from day of sale.other wise the trustees reserve the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser after advertising the same once a week for two week? In soine newspaper published in Alexan? dria county. Virginia. cl. ?RENCE A. HUTCHISON, ?1G??G It W. NYCE, JR., aug6 W4 w _? rust? yy later ssssses Ifolaar,season loio-ioi? it is suggested that soy of our readers who desire lo entertain hoarders for the ensuing ?Inter months furnish Mr. I,, s. Brown, General Agent, Southern Hail way. 706 l'ili.?.mil street northwest, Washington, I?. C, Immediate informa? tion as to name of resort, postomi dress, at or near what station, what tance from station, conveyance from station to house, number terms per day, week and month. w.? all would I.?? pleased t.. s.?,? the country full of boarders next winter and would be ghtd if this notice will Induce increased number of persons who will accommodate them for the coming win? ter lll.llltllS. Tins informati..? should reach Mr. Brown not later than August I,as the folder goes to press on August 3,snd any requests received later than the 1st will not he al.le to he inserted. ICE Mutual Ice Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ice, Carload Lots and Country Orders a Specialty. Mico Water Exceptionally pure, deliciously palata ble.'clear as crystal. OFF 11 I Cameron and 1'nion streets. Alexandria. Bell Telephone No. 51 jyi- tf SPECIAL SOI II nnual meet ing of the stockholder- of the BKAI !><)< ? LIGHT AND POWER COM ? ANY, Incorporated, for tbe election ol director? and the transaction of suoli business as may nropt rly com.? Infor -aid meeting will he held a' of the company, 107 north Fairfax street. Alexandria. Va ; Il ESDA? August 1*. 1910, at 1 o'cloi k p. m. ? P. J. WHITEIIEAD. Secretary. aug3td RAILROADS Southern Railway. Trains leave Union .Station. Alexandria. In cir,?,-: June ? :. 1910. ?. ?.?Following schedule figures pub? lished oulj a- Information, aad an- not guaranteed. TIT A. M.?Daily local between Wash Ington and Dam ill?'? s.i: a. M Bails Local tor Hanrison I?tir-r and way stations. let: A. M. Dolly?V. 8. Fast Mail. , Stops only tor passengers for points south I at which scheduled to stop. First olas? coaches; sleeping ears to Birmingham and drawing room sleeping can to New Orleans, lulling ear service. 11:17 A.M. Daily -Mail train. Coaches for Maiiassa.s.char?otusville.l.ynchlmrg, Danville and Greensboro. Sleepini Greensboro to Atlanta. i:i: p. M. Week days- Local tor War?, rentan and Harrisonburg. 132 P. M.?Dally?Birmingham ipee ial. Sleeping cars between New York. Augusta. Alken and Jacksonville. per to Birmingham, Through flrst ..a.iies between Washington and Jacksonville. Dining car service. T.uir i-l to California lour times weekly. 3:52 p. M Week day? Local tor liar risonburgaod way stations on Manasssi branoh. Pullman buffet parlor oar. 5:12 P. M.?Daily?Local for Warren ton and Charlottesvilie. 1027 P. ??.?Dally?Washington and Chattanooga Limited (vis Lyncbburg). Plrst-elaea ooach ami sleeping ears io Roanoke, Rnozvllle and Chattanooga. sleeper to New Orleans. Washington to Roanoke. Dining car service. 11:02P.M. Daily NOwYork, Atlanta and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman train, elub and observation oars to New Orleans. Sleeping cars to Asheville, Atlanti. Macon and N'ew Orleans. Sleep in;' cars to Charlotte. Dining ear service. 1-7 A, M.?Dally?Memphis special. Sleeping cars and coaches for Roanoke. Knoxville. Nashville, Chattanooga an I Memphis. Dining car service. Wash? ington sleeping ears open IODO P. M. Through trains from the SOUth iurive at Alexandria6?3and628and 1023a m. 2:13,728, 10:13 and 11*8 P. If. dally, Har? risonburg 1128 A. M. week davs and9:13 P. M. dally. From CharlottesvlUe 928 A. M. TRAINS OH BLUEMONT BRANCH. Leave Alexandria (W. ? o. Station] week davs at. 822 A. M.. 1:10. 428,and ?.?.? P. M. lor Bluemont; 6-36 P. M. week days for Leesburg;5d5 P. M. daily for Bluemont ami P302and922 A. M.. local, and 0302 A. M. (Ltd. on Sunday? only for Bluemont F?.r detailed schedule figures, tickets. Pullman reservation, etc.. apply t?> WILLIAM O. LFI?KYV. Union Ticket Agent, Alexandria, Va ?. II ? OAPMAN. General Manager. s. II. HARDWICK, Pass. Traf. Mgr, H. F. CARY. General Passenger Agent. I. ? BROWN,General Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington, Alexandria f? Mt. Vernon Railway. in effect May i. i'?i" Usava ??.?.???????. For Washington, from corner Piane,? and Royal streets, week davs. at ? I?), 605, 620,630,6 10,659, 7 06, 7 15, 7 30, 7 10, 7 .V). 800, 8 15, s 25, s :?.',, s SO, ?? 10, !? :?>. '?> BO, 10 I". 1030, 1050, 11 10, Il 25, ? 30, 11 SO a. m.. 12 H?. 1225, 1230, I2?0, 1 10. 1 26, 1 30 1 50, J lo. -2 26, 2 30, '.' .Vi. SOS, :? 25, :i :!?">. :? 50, I lo. I S-. I 30, I M. I .V,. :, lu, ? 25,.'. 35,.'. 50, ?; ?.?. ?; 20, 6 30, o I?'.. 7 00, 7 15, 7 25, B00, 8 30, 900,030, i?"?1, l'en. Il io and 11 GIS p. in Sundays 7im, 7:!?".. spi, gao, 840 000, 020,9 lu. 1000, 1020, lo 10. 1100, Il '-li and 11 loa. m. Uno m.. 1220, UM. 100, 120, ? ?. Jim, 220, 2 id. 300, 320,.; in. ? im. i 20, I lo..'. im. ;, 20, ?".. lu. o im. ?; 20, o i". 7 im. t i). 7 lu. mm. 880, ?'DO, 9 30, 10 00, 1030and II lu p. m. roa Mor?' ??????. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon week days,at 545, 656, 758, 861, 102 . 11 25 a. in.. 12 25, I ?".. J 25, 3 30, I 40, 5 36, 6 30, 7 85? s so, 050, 1050and ll GO p. m. Sun.lavs 700, BSD, 930, 1080, II 80 a. m.. 1230, 1 30,280,880, 180,680,680.780, s 16and 10 16 p. m._ Washington Southern Ry. Schedule in effect May I".. 1910. Trains leave Union Station for Wash? ington and points north at 748, v 08 si! and 832a m.. 1201, - SO, B07, ? 18 ami 11 S3 p. m.. daily. l'or Freilericksliurg. Richmond and points south at 137,7 53 (local) and 1022 . U 16, 422, 617 (local) ? 42 and 067 p. m. Accommodation for Predericksburg at n 28 a. m.. dally. On week daysfbla train runs through to Milfonl. Noi ?::- Time Of arri vals and departures and connections not guaranteed. W. P. G?? LOR, Traffic Manager. Richmond, Va. :i:inl Annual Temperance "Bosh" Meeting, PnreeUvitle. \'a.. aagnst ??-io. ietta .Southern Railway announces account the ahme occasion very low round trip (are? from Washington, Alexandria. Bluemont and Intermediate points: dates of sale August 1st to inth Inclusive, final return limit August p. 1910 Special train will be operated from Washington and Alexandras to Put???, li? le ana returo August 3 (Wednesday . leaving Washington 7:?.ia. m. and Alex? ?nidria iW. ? o. station; 7:?.?a. m., stop? ping at all points; returning leave Pur? cellvllle .i:no p. m. same day. Sufficient .\tra equipment will be attached t?. regular trains during course oftbe meet? ing i" properly take care of travel goinj anil returning. Special train will also he operated Leesburg to PureeUvIllo Sunday. Au? gust 7th. leaving Leeshurg 1059 a.m., returning leave Puroellvifle 7DG p. m. same day. On Tuesday and Wednesday, August 9 and K>, train I!!?, reaching Leeshurg \i.i p. m. will be continued through to Purcellville; returning leave Purceflville 1025 p. in., each night for Leeshurg. For further information call on nearest Southern Railway ticket agent or write I.. S. Brown, (,onerai Agent, 7(? Fif teenth street northwest, Washington. D C. Virginia Horse Show: HMO. Southern Railway bag? to announce that low round trip fitres have been au? thorized on account of the following e Shows: Albemarle Horse Show. Charlo'.le ville. Va, August 0-lft Front Royal Horse Show. Front Royal. Va.. August 16-17. Warren ton Horse show. Warrenton, . ugusl 31-8eptember l. Por further information concerning anthorized, territory from which applying, dates Of sal??, final limit, el??., ?ai: ? Southern Railway agent Williams "Empress" Floating Bath Soap Best for the Bath. Special, 6 cakes for 25c Taylor's Pharmacy 616 King Street. WANTED. A good WHITE MAN for the stable t Ravens worth. Wii** to Mrs. LKK| Burke, Virginia. marll U Wl ? DOW SHADES Window Shades made to order. Any size, quality or color. A full line of Window Shades in stock. Nothing but first class goods. We do not handle seconds. Shades in stock, 10c, 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Carpets made, laid and lined free of charge. We carry nothing but Wild's Linoleums, which means the best Linoleum, 2 yards wide, $1.00. The best Inlaid 2 yards wide, $2.50 a yard. RosenfelcTs 518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va. Any Gentleman who is fond of a (Ood smoke will pre? fer a cigar, the reputation of which has been testili for years. This is the ease with our Choice and Plantation Cigars A nice, ? lean smoke, inaile of the baft tobacco to be had on tbe market, aad nude by skilled and experienced \v?.rk Piedmont Cigarettes at $3.95 per thousand cash. Hamilton and Co., 323 King St. LUNA PARK NOW OPEN New Rides New Shows Come Out and Dance Music by Band of Fifteen Pieces Free Gate Special Inducements to Picnics jet Jin K.-.WHITIMi, MAVAGER la ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. Authorized Capital. ?1.000.000. Paid in Capital. ?300.000. DIRECTORS C J. Rixcy. John P. Robinson, Thomas J. Fannon, C C Leadbeater. Henry K. Field, Henry Baader. George S. French, J. K. M. Norton. We act as Executor. Administrator and Trustee. Issue Fidelity. Contract. Official and Judicial Bonds. General Banking and Trust Business Transacted Interest paid on Savings Accounts. We solicit the accounts of Banks. Corpora? tions. Firms and Individuals, and promise liberal treatment consistent with sound banking methods. John Ahern & Co., Corner I'rince and Commerce Street?. WHOLESALE t? RETAIL GROCERS and dealers in PURE WINES AND LIQUORS. Dtry produce received daily, our stock of Plain and Fancy Groceries em? braces everything to be had In this Una We hold largely in United States bond? ed warehouse and carry In stock various liran.is of the best PURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES made. Have also in store superior g rules of Foreign and American WINES. ALES. BROWN STOUT, t?c Satisfaction Guaranteed its to Trice and Quality, W. A. Johnson & Co., ?'. Y.. Corner Cameron and Royal Bt WHOLESALE GROCERS General Commission Merchants and dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. Have "n hauti Gibson's NX. XXX, XX XX and Pure Old Rye, Old Cabinet ami Monogram Whiskies: also Laker's and Thompson's Pure Rye Whiskies, t., which they invite the attention of the trade. Orders from the country l'or inerchan iM ?.i\e prompt attention. Consignments ?if Plour, <>rain and Country Produce solicited, for winch they guarantee the high??-; market prices and prompt returns. H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS ? .nui: am? iToaasi lla-117 a. rotala Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul? tural Implements. Vehicles.Harness. Field and Garden Seeds. WAItKHol -I B, -ITU G??? stTRKKT. ON i.im: of BOtrrsraan eaiLWAT. Also Grain, Hay, Straw andall kindsof Mil! Feed Will always keep in stock the highest grade of these articles. Colonial Beach, Va* - Woodlawn - Second Street from Boat Landing. Mrs. S. Tasker, Prop. Lt-adbeater's guaranteed ( lu-rry rough Remedy to cure coughs. We don't say or your money back, because there s no need, it cures: 36o bottle. _BUILDING MATERIALS LBLISHED 1822.] Henry ?. Field & Co., Successors to JuSiAII II. I). S.NK.MM. LUMBER and MILL WORK oi?' ??.?. KINDS. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. ? illiee ami Yard HSV. Union streei. Factory Xo. Ill N. I.ee sir. it. Material Delivered FREE in the city. ? An electric fan will cool your office, store, shop or any room in your house. Electric lights give off less heat than any other method of illumi? nation and do not consume the oxygen in the air. An electric iron does not require a hot fire in the room nor the necessity of walking back and forth between the board and the iron. Call on'us .for facts and figures. Alexandria Electric Co. 524 King St. Viiri*-ii-v '""'"?s' ?se spice <>r Hfswe ? itilel j are not going to confine ourselves to tbe "out end dried" ? of business talk. If we wen- in'ih<-(i?h business we would aim to give It an odor of Mowers. We would eliminate all that ?ras disagreeable and feature i' In the best possible ?ay. w.? invite you to look apour space here at least a few times a week. We have som.? jokes that art; healthy ami wholesome, soim: thoughts that we bava picked up from others that are heavy with strength ami force, ami on???? in a while we uncork bottles of our own scln tilant wit and wisdom. Bo look here often and com.? ottener to Cameron Dairy Lunch BPJ King Street. Opea A" Night FIFTY YEARS' KXTKIUKXCKOF ?? OLD NU KSK. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the prescription of one of the best female physicians and nurses in the United Matas, and has been used for fifty years' with never-falling success by millions ot mothers for their children. It relieves tho child from pain, cures diarrhoea, griping Id the bowels, and wind oolic. Hy giving health to the child it rests th? mother. Twenty-five cents a bottle.