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ALEXANDRIA, VA., THCBSDAY EVENING, SEPTEM1SER 15, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUMB 0XI.-NO. 211)
ARSby,e CATARRH
Ely's CreamBalml wumEuF
i, quickly abaorbuJ. ?sKWg*$)h i
fiivrs Relief at Once. | 'j&J!jHf7fPl
Itcleanses, soothes,
beal. and'protoeta
tho diseiised mem
brane n-aulting from
Catarrh and drives
away a Oold in the
Head quickly. J UAV TF\/rB
etores tho Stuses of I1HI ? l? w fcll
Taate and Sruell. Full size 50 cte., at Drug
gi.its or by mail. In Ikfuid form, 75 c< Bta.
HyBrothei BdWa ..ni Stroat. New York
SCHOOLS.
rcn
MiUjil
0 i-itD iSiNE ?!rhgmin"ia
?7 McOUIPE, M D. PHI.IDENT
MZ9ICINC -D.NTISTBV-PHARMACY
:,(ter constiuclion, Ih; Rift o(
? Rm-hdomL .
r^K.ry building lor lemporary
I, cmvcment.
N_W EQUIPMENT TMROUGHOUT.
Own on^ H?*P,w*i us* '<>ur others for tearhinn.
MODERN LABORATORY METHOOS.
.tion of Ameriean Medical Col
? I m New York. High lUnding.
I , . .n ani! rxptnses moderatt.
r.END FOR CATALOGUE AND
f TATISTICAL RECORD.
St. Mary's Academy
BOARBINO \\n |i\v SCHOOL K>? OIRtB.
i-.-lv modern in bulldingaud edu
i! methodn. Academio and Music
departnients offor oxceptlonal adyan
euring a coraplete Engilsh
nnd Musdeal edueation. Coiniiiereiit) de
partment to HI for offlee work a Bpee
laltv. Poaitiona Becured when pupila
,i r. |.i i. iicil. Splelidid intellectual ad
v.-inla: ??<?? ioined to relined < lu istian
tralning. Boya under twelve admitted
to day aehool. Call or writ.- for eatalogue
THE i ISTER8 OFTHE HOLYCROSS
aug_4 tni
Episcopal High School
Kear Alexandria, Va POR I'.oys.
The72nd rear open- 8ETTEMBER 28,
1910, Catalogue aent
J. 11, BLACKKORD, Ll* D., Prlnolpal.
A. R. IIOXTON, B. A..
Jyl2d-tw 2m Aaaoe__te Pnnelpal
St. Anne's Episcopal School for Girls
( ii Mti.o-i ii -vii.i.r. Va.
i ipena September . ufa i-'uii oorpa <-i
icMciu-rs Pri'pHratorj and Academio
rtment-s. Mu ie. I-uignagcs. Art.
.Mi- M AllY IIYDE 1>C \ Al,.
_Principaj.
POTOMAC ACADEMY
12 S'orih W lahington street.
Alexandria, Va.
The fortj accond aenlon w ill eom
incnec Sep'ieinbcr 14, 1910. A full Claaal
cal aml inatbcinatical oourae taught;
i ivneh Oennan, Spanlah, book
keeplng and tvpcwritlng. Cataloguea,
L'ivini' full parliciilars. sent upon appll
cation. JOHN 8. BLACKBURN,
auglSeo Irn Prlnelpal.
Arlington Institute
A SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
216 North Waahington su-.-et,
MI \ kNMUA, VA.
Opeaa Beptember_2. 1910, ln additlon
totheuaual courae of atudy a olaaa ln
ntcnography and typewritfng will be
ton.I. Cataloguoeat Loadbeater'aand
Allen'a drug atorea and after Beptember
l-t at the realdence.
MIm A. M. CHANDLEE,
aug-Stoetl PrlnclpaL
i,,i(v p roi ixaoa, Gao. S. PaaaoH,
lent. Seeretary.
Alexandria Fertilizer and
m \m k \ci ii:i:k
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Matenals and
Sulphuric kcid.
_B_ 'our dealer for tbe Alexandria
1-Yrtili/ ?raieK heinieal Co.'s Produeta
Capacity: 50.000 ton. per annum.
Prlaceaa Btreet nnd Potoraae River
Wharf. AleTandna. \ Irgt-faV
ICE~
Mutual Ice Company
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Ice.
Carload Lots and Country Order. a
Specialty.
Mico Water
Exccptionally pure. deliciously palata
ble. clear as crystal.
OFFICE
Cameron and I'nion street*. Alexandria.
Bell Telephone No. 51.
Jyl-tf
0111. 1. ..I' I'lll. 1 \NM<>\- M..N
OTYPE \l.\< HIM: COMPANV
Pblladelohia, September 6, 1810.
(he Bo?Td ofdiroctora has this <!a\ .le
clar.d a quarterlj dtvldend of I
eent on th.- eapltaJ >took of this eom
pauy. payable on the 30th day ol'Sep?
tember. 1910, to Btockboldera of reeor.l
atthe close of bualneaa September -'>.
1910 Cheeks will l.e maile.t.
i HELLERS i: \m ROFT,
?p; _Tretauiwr.
Us. Bnglneer Offlee, ?30 17th atreet
. v W., WaBhlngton, l>. C, Aug. ^t.
to Sealed propoaela ifor drcdelng in
Potomac River at Alexandria, Va., and
at LowerOedar I'oint, Md,,andin Upper
Machodoe aud Dymers Creeke, Va., will
!.,- received bere until 12 M.. September
22,1910. and then pubtlely opened. in
forroatioa on application. W. C. I.ano
rn r. uv Col. Ei.
aug24.i5)26^T,aepA>^l
Rltmbtia <&caxttt.
i'ini.isiri;n daii.v and tki-wkeki.v at
GAZETTE BUILDLNG, 810 and 312
PRINCE STREET.
[Enteredatthe Poatomeeof Alexandria,
Virginia. as sccond-class matter.]
TWJUaa: Dailv -1 year, S-VOO: 0 months,
82.60; :: montha, SL25: 1 month,43 cents
1 week. 10 cents.
Tri-weeklv-1 year. 83.00:6 months
11.50: 8 months, T.j cents; 1 month, 98)
"oinraet advcrtisers will not bc allowed
toexeeed their spaee unless the excess
is ..aid lor attranalent ratea, aml under
no cireumst.iliees will they l.e allowod
U) Bdvertlae other than their legltl
matebuaineaa in thospaee contracted
Kesolulioiis in meinoriaiii. ol' thanks.
trilnitesof respeet. rcsolutioiis adopted
by aoeieUeaor p.-rsons.unless of public
eoneern. will be printed in the papOl
ivertlsements.
DaUriAUT OYSTERMEN.
Determined to pull up every oyster
stako in Jamea river, about 300 armed
oystermen swept out of Fagan ereek,
from Battery Para near Newport Fews,
yesterday morning, but were inter
cepted near the mouth of the creek
by the gunboat Oommodore Maury,
Oagabip of the Virginia oyster navy,
with Ohairman McDonald Lee, of the
State Board of Fiahertee, on board.
When the policeboat ran io front of
Ibe outbound Beet, the llttle boata
quickly rircled ronnd her and the
armed tongera dared the men ahoard
to open fire.
For an hour a conflict between tbe
tongen and the police aeemed immi
nent, but after a long party, the ton
gera agreedto deaial from then- m
tention of tearing up the atakea if
(V.mniissioiier LeB would agr.
bave a complete reeurvey of the Jamea
river made and OOt allow the planters
to stake iii any of the natural rock.
wbether the rock ii within or witboul
the lines of the Baylor stirvcy. In
order to preveiit bloodshcd Conmn
rioner Leeagreed to bave the reeur
vey and tO drivc the planters l.a.k
from the natural rock* an.l koep their
stake.s awav from the odge of the Bay
loi? lines. The coiiiinissioner promis.-.l
tobave the work on thereourvey be
gio next Tucsday morning,
The oystermen annoiinie-l that
unlesa the reeurvey waa begun at that
time, they would proceed to pull up
all of the stake- in .lames river. and
thal ill the polioe boata and ioapecton
of tlie Virginia oyster navy could not
atop them.
('oiiiniissioiier Lee arrived at New
porl Kewa early yeaterday morning in
reaponae to a measage from the in
apector at Battery Park. The inapector
had lcarned tbal tbe tongera meant to
niove yesterday againat tlie BtakCB. BJ
tbe oyater aeaaon opena today. The
Maury stopped al Old Point, and
Cliairman Lee oonferred with [nspector
W. E, LawBoo, of Hampton. aboard
tbe Maury was a force of armed men
an.l tbe one-pound rapid-flre gun at
her bow was clcared for a tion.
Tbeacene enacted off Pagan creek
is unpreoedented in the biatonr of Vir?
ginia. Coniniissioii. r L.e had bOBU
warnedtobe ready for tronble, and
be was prepared. Tho oystern.cn
seeined equally as determined. and for
B few ininutes criea of "Fire at us'"
"Fire at us'" came from the tongers,
who were armed with shotguns, rlHes
and revolvers. Standing on the foro
caatle deck of the Maury, Oommodore
Lee parleyed with tbe irate oyatermen,
aml finally the huhbub subsided, and
a eommittee of the tongers came
alongside to confer with the eommis
sioii.r. The upshot was that the com
miaaioner promiaed tbe reeurvey and
the tongers agreed to ahide hy the
deciaion. At noon the toDge*-s dis
peraed, and Commieaioner Lee oon
timied up Jamea river to the Bocka,
He returned last night on the Commo
dore Maury.
When the digestion is all right, the
aetion oi the bowela regular, there is a
a natural craving and reheh f>>r food.
When this is lacking you may know
tliat you need B doee of v'liatnbcrla'n's
Btomacfa and Livcr Tahlets. They
atrengtheu the digeetive organa, im
prove the appetite an.l regolata the
bowela. Sold by W. F. Creighton and
Richar.l Gibl
4EWI.1.RY STOI.EN.
Two burglaries. in which the ma
rauders stole an aggregate of $30,000
in diamonds and jewelry, were report?
ed in l'rovidence, R. I., yesterday.
The beaviest sufferer was Judge Le
Baron IV Oolt, of the Onitad Btatea
Circuit Court, whoee aummer bome al
Briltol was robbed of 130,000 worth of
jewelry, practically all the heirlooms
an.l valuables of Mrs. Colt beine taken.
The silvcr plate was not touched. The
other burglary occurred at Watch Hill,
where the Intermere, oecupied by Mrs.
E. M. Burrall, of Waterbury, Oonn.,
an.l her sister MissTliatcher, of Boston,
waa tootod ol $10,000 in jewelry, tbe
property of botb women.
Between midnight and 8 o'eloek yes?
terday morning thieves entered the
Boyal Alexandra Hotel al Winnepeg,
Manitoba. and stoie diamonds and
other jewelry. valued at close to $100,
000, the property of the Countess of
Antrim. Many of the jewels were
priceless, as they eonsisted of family
heirlooms and gifts from friends. The
oouutaaa retired at a late hour, and the
jewels reposed in a little receptacle,
which is often left in ehargo of her
maid. Tlie jewels were placed ia this
la.-t night and locked with a peeuliar
kcy. which hardly could be duplicated.
The key did not leave the countess's
room.
-I'LOIVtM AMC JETSAM."
A test of the old Blackstonian doc
trine of "flotsam and jetsam," the so
lution of a mysterious disappearauce
of a fortune and a hard fight for pos
n of monev and liberty are prom
iaed aa the result of the arrest in Bell
aire, Ohio, yesterday of W. J. McClain,
a wealtliy contractor ol Bellaire, on a
charge ol stealing about $25,000 un
eartlied while he was cxcavating for a
building in Wheeling, W. Va.
McClain's find was made on what is
known in Wheeling as the "Dr.
Sclmrkhart property." Severa! potd
of gold were nnearthed by his work
nien, and their contents, according to
the beat information obtainable, totaled
$24,124. , . ,
When beira of Dr. Schuckhart beard
ofthe diacovery they aoughi ?<> recover
the money. McClain, boaever, had
gone to liis home in Bellaire. The
case was then broi-ght to the attention
of the autlioritie-: of Ohio county. W.
\'a , and an indiclincnt charging tho
Bellaire man with thcft of the gold was
returned against hun.
.McClain is held in jail awaiting
requhu'tion papers from West Virginia.
He has indicated an intention to hght
not only for his liberty, but also for
poeeeeaio- ol the gold. The Schu-k
liart beira claim that their progenitor
btiried the treasurc, and an interesting
legal battle is expectod.
KOOSKVEIT ASII> 1X)RIMER.
Many btisiness and political secrets
camo to the aurfacc in the heat pro
voked by Thcodore Roosevelt's snub to
Benator Lorimer, of Chicago, whieh
did not belp to (juell the incipient row
in the Hamiltuii Club.
The efforts made by Senator Lorimer
in behall nf tbe convicted bankcr, John
R. Walsh, were ainotig them, it being
relatod that tboae efforts got the Rooac
veltian fire aroused to about the Mine
pitcb as did the proapect of sitting at
the same banquet table with Senator
Lorimer. Tbeodore Roosevelt, then
preaident, is said to have pounded his
deak empbattcally and declared that if
be had his way the prosecution of
Walsh ihould have no letup.
Tln- etpbmUion of the "gndafi"
whieh friends of the junior Illinois
senator ass-rt pronipted the stiub was
givea by his "orpan" in this way:
"ll began when Senator. then Con
greaama-, Lorimef i>roved to Ixi ooeof
Ihe few men at Washington with
Kuihcienl courage to atend againal
RooaeveH'a attaou on the Constitution.
This reacbed the brcaking noint when
Congieeatnau Lorimer at a cutiference
whieh Preeident Booaerelt had with
the Illinois delcgation of the White
House told the president that he would
oppoae liis proposal tOPUt the packing
houaea of ihe eountry under tbe abeo
lute COUtrol of the Department of Agri
ciilture. "
In Amelia county W. IL Willis,
while workinn in liis tobaeco lield, was
struck and itistatitly killed by light'
ning a few days ago.
PARII K\SHIO\S 1'OK AMKRH <>?*
The Ameriean woman ha- now reaeh
edthepaaa where she oever buya ber
outflt for tbe aeaaon without lirst being
gure what Parl. has deelded upon as tbe
lashioiKibie thlng. Foliowlng Ita uaual
ouatom, Inaugurated aeveralyearBBgo,
The Phlladelpbla North Ameriean, will,
on Sunday. September i-. laaue its spe?
cial Paris fashioii number, it being an
eigbt-pageaeetion Inconnectlon with its
regularSunday paper. The atylearep
reaeni the very lateat in Pariadiaat-aaak
Ingart Tbedealgns printodwereehoaen
from the beat abowlnga of the repieeen
tative makera of -unioubte garmenta
.\fter aeelng them the woman can
form her OWD idea and make her own
oholoe ofthe Ameriean gooda that are
oiieied. Bbe can make eure that she is
gettlng up-to date garmenta There is
alwaya a big demand for Tlu- North
Ameriean'a apectal ftublon Bumbera. It
laadviaableto order ofthe ageotor newa
dealer well in advan<-e.
FIFTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE OF
AN* OLD NUR0E.
Mr-. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is the
prescription of one of tho best female
lihysicians and nurses in tho United
Btatea, and has been used for fifty years
With never-failing success by milllons 01
mothetafor their ehildren. It relieves
the ehild from pain, curcs diarrhoea,
grlptng in the bowels, and wind colic.
By giving health to the ehild it rests the
inothor. Twenty-fivo cents a bottle.
BeiBialaaflraaa* I-mlge of independent
Order of Odd Fellows, Atlanta, Ga*
September tuth-t 1th, 1910.
(Jreatlv redueed round trip fares
via Southern itailwav from Washington,
D.C.and prlnelpal Virginia points to
Atlanta, Oa., and return aeeount above
oeeasion. Dates of sale September 16,
17. I- and for trains seeduled to arrive
Atlanta before noon of September 10,
1910; tinal llmlt September 28, 1910. Tick
ets will be extended to (ictober 15. 1910,
by payment of fl.UO per tieket before
Beptember_8tb, Consultagentsorwrite
l,. s. Brown,OeaeraI Agent.705Fitloenth
street, northwest. Washington, I>. 0L, for
full partieulars.
Curtain Stretchers.
$1.00, $1.5Q, $2.25
You will find one of our
adjustable oi .-tationary
pin strctehers of great ser?
vice to you when prepar
ing your curtains for the
wintcr. Pins can be ad
justed to fit any scallop.
M.Ruben&Sons
601 KING STREET.
Leadbeater'sguarantecdCherry Cough
Remedy to oure eougha. We don't aav
or your money back, beoause there a
no need. lt curea: 36o.botUe.
Just received.
G. Wm. RAMSAY.
Wide Mouth
Qt. JARS
...
6 and 8 oz.
Jelly Glasses
Jar Tops
Parafflne.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
ANOTHERBARREL
G,Wm. RAMSAY.
New Potomac
Family
Roe
Herring.
50 Barrels
50 Halves
25 Quarters
100 Kits.
PRICE'S PACKING.
also 50 pails
HERRING ROE
90c each.
G. W. RAMSAY.
FOUNDERH AND M.U'HIMSTS
J.& H.Aitcheson
MACHIN1STS AND ENGINEERS
Agents Gray Gasoline Motors
Enginecr and Machiniata' St ppliea.
Pipe. Pipe Fittintfa. Valvea. ftfc.
Blacksmithing & Repairing
Promptly Executed.
ia Iron Works
FOUNDRY. MACHINE. BLACK
9MITH AND STRUCTURAL
IRON WORK.
We make a apecialty in repaira to
Gaaoline Enfinea. Motorcyclea and
Automobilea.
We aolicit your ordera on all kinda of
Iron Work.
Bell Phone 55.
WASHINGTON OFFICE:
514 Evana Buildintf. Phone Main 7524
MOFFERIXG FORSAL EXTRA
BRISTOW CREAMERY BUTTER
35c Pound.
I guarantee every pound to givo aatis
faetion. Fresh a"',. Kniokcd Moat-s
Groceries and Tarm Products of all
kinds. Tclephone ordera given prompt
attentlon. Free dellvery.
F. C. PULLINa
Corner Queen and Royal street*.
'Phone, Bell 85L,Home 87W,
jyI5 ly
Otterburn Lithia and Mag
nesia Springs
WATER
Greateat known Water for Dyapep
? 11. Indigeition. Kidney and Liver
Troublea.
Leadmff Phyt iciana endorie it aod tea
tify to iu tfreat merit.
Frank Warfield,
Druggist.
\
Wm. Deiches & Sons,
IMSTKIItt TOItb.
wasiii.n<;ton. i>. (.
THOS. W. ROIMNSON
LAS
CemenT
MakesTheBestConcrete
For Sale by GEO. H. ROBINSON'S SONS,
ALEXANDRIA, VA,
alera ln Cement. Lime, Ilnlr. ( nlelned Ph.st.r. Wall Plaster,Tem Cotta Sewer
Pipe in.l Plue Llning, Fire Hrieks^Fire Clav.i&c.
Alexandria National Bank
Corner King and Royal 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 smali aecounts 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. Detailscare
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
Department.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
Summer Shoes
We will positively sell all broken lots at prices
REGARDLESS OF COST.
A MkA" 40? KING STREET.
AT ROSENFELD'S
Special Sale of
Grey &, White
Blankets
SECONDS, FOR
This Week Only
Rosenfeld's
516-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
STEAMKRS
Norfolk and Washington
SteamboatCo.
Bverj day ln tbe year for Fort Mon
roe Noifolk, Newport Newa and points
aouth, via annerb, powerfhl steel palace
steamers.
Leave Waablnfton,&4~ p. ra.
I.i-av ? Ah-xandria 7.'/0p. m.
Arrive Kt. Monroea 7.1)0a. in.
Arrive Norfolk &00& ni.
Arrive Portamonth 8.00a m,
Leave I'ortsiuoiitb 5.00p. m.
0Leave Korfoik 6J0O P. ni
OLeave l-'t. afonroe 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Ah-xandria 6.30 a. IU.
OArrive Waahington 7.00a m,
Through conneel nia lo.ule at Korfoik
with .teainera of th? "bl Dominion
sti-aniship Company for Near Yorkaad
afSrehann'aad Mlner'a steamships for
Boaton. , .. .. ...
Oeneral Tleket <ithoe, 730 i ith Bt.N.11.
Dond Building, Waahlngtoa, l> ?'.
Phone Main lfl-0. . ___,
Seventh street wharf. Phone Mam ...?'?.
Alexandria wharf Toot ,.f I'rii.street.
W. II.CALLAII AN.
aprl lyr Oeneral Paaaenger Agent
Maryland Deiaware and Vir?
ginia Raiiway
HI'KIN'C SCHl.IU'LK.
Steamers ol this line leave Alexandria
o_ and after May 15, 1910,
Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY aad
* BATURDAY at IflOp. ra.
FnK BALTIMORE AND ALL THE
USUAL RIVER LANDINGS.
Cuialne and apj>ointtneuta unexcelled.
Frelabt for Baltlinoro, Philadelphla
and New York aoltclted and nandled
with care ThroUfh rates and bills of
lading laaued
BlDgloflueto Baltlinoro, I-.60; round
trip. |>Lfi0; ataterooma, one way. $1.50.
|_eala,fi0e.
REARDON 4 GRIMES, Agente,
Fool uf Cameron street.
SCHEDULE
&
Steamboat Co.
F.fleetivc May :>. uMO.
Steamer" Capital City."
L'-aves Alexandria atfip. m. on Moti
ilav and Wedneaday for Farham'a Potpt
and lower river landings. Return early
Wednesdav aod l-'iiday morning. Leave
Saturday atOara, forNomfnland Inter
mediate landings. returnlng Sunday
about5 p. m.
Steamer "Wakefield."
Leave Sitndav, Tucsday andThiirsday
atlia. in. lor Wirfs wharf and all inter
medlate laodlnga Returnlng leavevii irt s
wharf at 8 a. m. the followin-.lay an.l
arriving at Alexandria about I p. m.
Reardon & Grimes, Agents,
Foot ofTamoron Street.
Telophone No. 50. jel4 lyr
OPENING AND CLOSING OF MAILS.
N'ortl-ern mails. week day.-. BtaOB Bt
i |0a in and 10 10a m an.l i :m i? m 8 lo
and lOlOpm. Opeo at8 00am 1200mi
aod S oo |> ni. on Sundays Kortfaeiru
mails eloae al - M a m I ?*> P n> and 7 18
V ,n
Southern mails via Southern Railway
elose at 10 K>a ni i 80and 18 18 p m. Opeo
at800am and laOpan.
Southern mails. via It. l'.vl. R. IV,
,1 0 lo I ni and 11 B)a m. and 3 50,
710and 1050 p m. Opea at Bandoaaa
ni. :: and 10 1', p i.i.
Manaanaa Dlvlalon malla eloae at 8 lo a
m anul 20 p ni. open at 18 BB an.l 10 U
p m.
Bluemont Hraneh. Southern Railway,
mail close at 7 !."> a m and :j 88 p m. Open
at 800a.m. and >:!") p m.
ChaaBBMBka and Ohio Mails eloae
I 80p m. and !<i tS |> BB. Open Btta, ?
and 4(?> p. in.
\\ ashingtor. mails eloae at 8 to and
I04)a.m.rjmdl80,815, and 10 .T0 p. m.
open atsiju a. in . 1-00 m.,3 00 and 608
n. ni.
Otnee Hours?0|>cn at * 00 a. BB, Cloae
ataoep m\ _
Sunday BoaWB- Opea aOOOa. m. Cloae
at lo no a. m.
All mail should be US the ofhee ten
minutes before our indieated time for
(arriers Schedule?Colleetion made
on inside routes-*! 1'. and 1(1(1) a. m. and
S (?) aud ?"):? p. ni. Full route-^i 10 a. m.
and 6 30 p. in. Sun.lay collection 4 45 p.
ni. Carriera'window open Sunday 900
a. m. and cloae 10 OOa. m.
Deliveriea made 8 00 a. iu., 1 2u p. ui.
?nd 5 00 p. m.
RAILROADS
Southern Raiiway.
Trains leave Union Station, Alexandria.
Ia etfeetJuae IS, 1010.
N. B.?Following sehedule ligures pub
llahedoalyaa iiiforination, an?l are not
-ruanmleeil.
7:17 A. M. Pailv loeal between Wash?
ington and Danville.
9.17 A. M.?Dally--Loeal for Ilarnson
bnrg and way atatlena
8:17 A. M. Dally U. s. Paat Mail
Stopsonlv for passengers for points south
a whieh aoheduled to atop. Flrat olaaa
eoaehes; sleeping ears to Birimiigham
and drawing room sleeping ears to New
Orleans. Dinlng ear aervlee.
1117 \. M.-Uailv--Mniltrain. CoacheB
ror .Manassas.Cliarloitesville.Lynehliurg.
DanvlUeaad Oreenaboro. Sleeplng ear?
Greenaboro to Atlanta.
1:17 P. If.?Week days-Loeal for WM
renton and Harrtaonburg.
I_Q P. M.?Daily?Hii miiighani spec
ial. Sleeping ears" between New Vork.
Auguata, Aiken and .lacksonvillc
Sleeper to Blnnlngham, Through (irsi
claaa ooaahoa Imliiarn Washington and
JaokaonvUle. D-alaarearaervfee. Tour
ist to Califomia four times weekl v.
|__ P. IL?Week daya Loeal for Har
rlsonburg and way station* on Manassas
braneh. Pullman buffet parlorear.
603 P. IL?Dnity?Loeal for Warren
ton and Oharlottesville.
ior.7 P, _L?Dally?Waahington and
Chattanooga Limited (via Lynchburgi.
First-elass oaeh and aleeping ears to
Roanoke, hnoxville and Chaiunooga.
Sleeper to New Orleans. WaahlagtOB t<?
Roanoke. Dinlng ear service.
11:02 P. M.?Daiur?New York, Atlanta
and New Orleans Limited. All Pullman
train. club and observation ears to New
Orleans. Sleeplng ears to AaheviBe,
Atlanta. Maeon and New Orleans. Sleep
Ine ears toCharlotte. Dinlng ear service.
i'r_r A. M.?Dally. Memphia special.
Sleeping eara aad eoaehea lor Roanoke.
Knoxvilie. NaahviUe, chattanooga and
Memphia. Dinlng ear aervlee. Wash?
ington sleeping eara open Wijo P. M.
Through trains from the south turlve
at Alexandria 6:13 and 628 and 1023 a. m.
2:13,728, 10:13and 11:58 P. M.daily. Ha.
rtaonburg lias A. IL week days and003
P. M. dailv. From Charlottesvili
A. M.
TRAINS ON 111.1 KMONT I5RANCH.
Leave Alexandria (W. .* 0. Stationl
week daya at 822 A. M., 1:40,1428.and
6;15 P. M. for Bluemont; 826 P. M. week
daya for Leeaburg; 5:15 P. M. daily for
Bluemont and ?&and922 A. IL, loeal.
and :i^: A. M. (Ltd. on Sundays only for
Bluemont.
Fordetailed sehedule BgUiea, tickets.
Pullman reservalion. ete.. apply to
\\ ILLIAM G. I.KIIKW.
Union Ticket Agent, Alexandria, Va,
K. h. COAPMAN, Oeneral Manajer.
s. ll. HARDWICK. Paaa. Traf. Mgr.
H. P. CARY. General Paaannger AgenL
L. s. BBOWN, Oeneral Agent,
Waahington, I>. C.
Washington, Alexandria 6?
Mt. Vernon Raiiway.
In cfVccl May J. I!?I0.
LBAYB AI.KXAVIUMA.
For Washington. from corner Prinee
and Roval atreeta, week days. at "iiO,
6 05, 6 20, 6 30, 8 fc?. 6 55, 7 06, 7 15, 7:?, " 40,
750,800. - 15,8-5,835,850,0 10,030
10 lo 1030. 1050, !! io. II _"<. 1130. 1160 n.
m.,1-10,1-25.1-30,12C0, 1 b>. 125, t 30
I 50, . 10, 2 25, - 30, 2 50, :i 0>, :t 25, :i:?'.. 3 50,
? io. I ?_.. I 30, I lo. I 55,5 10,52
6 06, 6 30, 8 30, 6 !?">. 7 00, 7 16, 7 25, 8 On. 8 30,
000,030,1000.10a0.11 10 and 1155 p. m.
Sundaya?700, 7 85, s io. 820, *-w, ouo.
020,040,1060, W20, 1040, II oo. II -o and
11 io.- in. 1200m . 1220, 12 I". 1 00, I '20.
I io 2( 1,220,2 10,300,320,3 1". 100, I -*,
4 io. 6 00, ?"> 20, ". lo. 6 00, 8 20, 6 10, 7 00, 7 -0.
7lo. 800, B30, D00, IS0, 1000. 10:Wand
II lo p. m.
fOn MOI'XT VKRXON.
Leave Alexandria for Mniint Vernon,
week daya,at 546, 658, 766, 861, rO-6,
ll 25a. ni.. 1226. I 25, 225, 330, 4 40, 5-6,
t; :io. 7 :{.')? s .>>.:? go, k 50 and 11 60 p. m.
Sundaya?700, S30. 030, 1030, IISt a.
m . 12 80, l :r>. 2 10,:: BO, t SO, 6 :*>. 8:?). 7 30,
- 16 and 10 16 p. m.
Washington Southern Ry.
Sehedule in efl'eet May IA, UM
Trains leave Inioii Station for Waah?
ington and points north at 7 11. B0JL
821 and832a in., 1201, 230,807,8 1- and
11 :ci p. ra., daily.
For Frcdcricksburg. Richmond and
potate aouth at 4 87,7 S8 (loeal) and 1022
a. in.. 12 M, 4 22, ?"' 17 (loeal) 7 42 and '.) R
p. in.
Aeeouiinoilatioi) for Frcdcricksburg at
II 13 a. in.. dally. On week days thi.
train runs through to Milford.
Notk: Tiineofarrival.sanddepartitrCB
and eonneetioDs not guarantccd.
u P. TAVLOR. Trame Maaager.
Richmond, Ya.
A|iM?Urlil_n l'.*p<nltniii. KiHiwIllc."
Tcnn., *ept. IS-Oct. 12.
Oreatly redueed fan.-s aceount alwvo
oceaaion on aale via Southern Railwav
Sept 10 tO Oet. 1- inclusive. from all
iirincipal Virginia points. ineludinfr
Washington. _>. C. Final llmlt Oet. I&
Call on nearest agent or write L. S. Urown
General Agent. 7uo 16th .treet northweat
Washington. D. C, for full partleul-r
about farea, aehedulea, etc.|

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