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ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS. VOLUME CXL--NO. 301 We are now showing our complete line of Christmas Goods, whieh embrace _ifts whieh will be appreclated. Books, Cards, Calendara, Fancy Box Paper, Bibles. Prayer Books, Hymnals, Waterman "Ideal" Fountain Pens, together with a great many other things too numerous to mention. Come early and avoid the Xmasrush. S. F. Dyson _ Bro. 508 King Street. Next to Opera IIouso. Open at Night. A Ra!iab!9 Remedy FOR CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm is ouickly abrorbed. 9aiiat st Onca It chansea, eoothes, heals and protect* the disciwl mein I resulting from Catarrh and drives . in thu Head quickly. Restores ?? aud s ui ll. Fall alm M <?->. ?t Draggista or by mail. Liquid Crc. i Bahn (>r usoin atom-tera7"> ets. Elv 1 - ithera, 56 Warren Btmat, New York. When you feel ?X?ZXi] nervous, tired, worrled or despondent it Isa sure sijfii von need MOTT'.** NBR \ IHB PILL,*'. They renew tbe normal -lgOt and make life worth llvtnff. Be hTT;' Mott's Nervine TDill- Prioe 11.00 by driisrpsis. Wii irlilo lianis llfg Co.. Propa, Cleve? land. o. For sale, wbolesale and retail, by K. S. I.eadbeater A Sons. XmasSpecialties MAI.AiiA OHAP-S F1.01UHA ORANOES. Ilolbeierlrin".-! Fruit Cake. I8e H>. Pound Cake. Hc lb. Leave Youp Orders Now ( uulies or all varicties. Chocolate Drops J-ic lb. Globo Mixture l.Jc lb. Victory Mixture Ile lb. (Jol.len Tray Mixture .10c lb. Bost Brokeu Mixture :i Ibs Tor. -x> Compound Lard, 10c lb. Sugar. ??;?,?.?..?". ^ lb" We have Poultry of all kinds. F. C PULLIN. Oorner Queen and Koyal streets. ?Phone. BelliWiL. Home *7W. GO TO Knight & Rodgers* Shop 401 WOLFE STREET You will find the energy of youth and the experience of agc. There is nothing too large for us. nothing too small for us. nothing too plain and noth? ing too complicated for us. We can do a class of work that will suit the eco nomical and we can also do work to suit the most fastidious. Plans Furnished Free When work is given without com petttion._novl? lm Wines and Liquors FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Once again the happy yule tidc comes around and every mind is thinking of the good things this glorious season brings. It is the season of festivijies. Order from us you get the best. Sweet Catawba Wine . ?1.00 gallon. Port " . . 1J0 Sherry " ? ? 15? " , Ci_er .30 bottle. Bluemont Pure Rye Whisky bottle in bond .... 1.00 quart. Candies. 10 to 25e pound. New Crop Nuts. 15 to22c pound. Mixed Nuts. 15c pound. Mince Meat. 10 to 18c pound. Raisins. 10 to 15c pound. Layer Figs. 15c pOund. Fresh Fruits of all kinds. Midland Butter. 38c pound. PURE FOOD STORE.'. St. Asaph and Oronoco Sts CANDIES For Sundav*rh(ml <elebratl?n<. I bam to announoe to Um Indles bavlni same iu ehnrgfl that 1 have ? Uvtfo ani varied stoek to Mleet from. roodj sultr Sto for U,e oeCMton. H^ ??E? v>venil KhOOll in former y.?ars 1dos re reeee the l-st tbls year, wdwill ?upply mme ai a eloee margin of piont I -bio wlsh toeall your attentlon eapec iallvto n.y K-pouod Boxw oTMlxafl Cmady for ?e, and an all Choeolatfl mi at ior. whieh will -??? you tnne am trouble of having to liil them. ( all aml ezamlne same or samples ?ubmitteo up? on request Would suggest au early in spection wbtle niv stoek is coinjdetc. W. A. BARNETT, 115 King Street, Alexandria \a decl-1 in For Sale or Rent. Tho desirable residence witb large side lawn, 307 south St Asaph street, located in thelbest residential seetion\>r the eity. For.ifull particulars apply at 413 Duke stroet nov4 tf Coal Coke Wood Order your Ooal before the advanoe at lowest summer prioea Best quality prompt deUvery and bottom prloe WhnneBft PiW. A-T?BC?ON, 107 eoajh _\k&itbtta (Sazetfc. 1TIII.1S11KI) DAILY AKB Tni-WEEKLY AT GAZETTE BUILDING, 310 and 312 PRINCE STREET. [Entered atthe Postoffico of Alexandria, Virginia, as second-class matter.] Tkrms: Dailv-1 year, $5.00; 6 months, 12.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month,43 cents 1 week, 10 cents. Tri-wecklv-1 year, $3.00:6 months $1.50: 3 months, 75 cents; 1 month, 25 cents. ? , f;ontraet advortisora will not be alloweU to exoeed their spaee unless the excess is paid Ibr at transient rates, and under no elrcumstMiiees will they be allowad to sdrertlse other than their legiti mato business in the spaee contracted for. _'_____ Itesolutious in memoriam, of thanks, trlbotea of respect. resolutions adopted by sooieties or persons.unless of public concern. will be priuted in the papar as -dvertisements. PROGRKSS11 KS IN CHINA. The flght. of tbe imperial senate to abolish the grand couneil and to ostablish a constitutional cabinet was resumed in Peking yesterday iu the faee of tbo tbrone's rejection of the recent memorial. Some time ago, in secret session, tho senators decided tbat tbey would no longer tolerate B grand couneil wbicb was not re?ponsible to tbe imperial senate and would not execute that body's resolutions. A memorial to tbe tbrone praying for a constitu? tional cabinet and tbe retirement of tbe grand councilors was adopted. On Sunday an imperial edict announced tbat tbe creation of a c.ibinet was refused, and that tbe tbrone like i-< declined to accept the resignations of tbo grand cuneilors. The imperial senate convened amid ir.uch exeitement yesterday. The oftbe tbrone appointew, wbo cou Stitute onc-half ol tbfl memlttl-bij . were vaeant. A res'jh:!i<>ii waa bltro doeed that tln: senate impaach tbe grand councilors, witb lha obj'-dt "f | forcing tbc tbrone to ( reab stitutional ministry or to dhwolve tbi senate. It was declared tliat th, bodies were irreconcilablc. Not a voice was raised in defenso of the government, for the raaaoo, prol ably, tbat on previous oooaaioni aueh spokesmen bad been sbonted down. The resolution was adopte 1 bv a big majority, only 25 out of tlie membei ? Bhip of 200 voting against it. Tbe galleri, s were Crowded witli en thusiastic progreasivea and iutercstcd foreigncrs Bpeculation as to the out come is of n wi !c rangc. Botoeolthe onlookers tbink tliat tbc action of tbe senato prcsagos a serious situation. Wben a cold baoomCB settled in tbo iysteni. it will take several days* treat? ment to cure it, and the best remedy touse is Cbamberlaio - Cougb Rcmcily. It will cure quicker tban any other, and also leaves tbe system in a natu^a and heallhy condition. Sold by W. F Creighton and Richard Gibson. KILLED IN PISTOL IIATTLE. Iu a pistol battle late Sunday after? noon near Norton, Va., between Em met Easterliug and Lafayctto Easter ling aud Floyd Nash and bis nepbew, Irving Nash, tlie two Easterlings and tbe younger Nash were all shot. La? fayctto Easterliug was killed instaotly, and it is said that bis brother Emmet cannot live. Tbo wounds of tbe younger Nash aro uot so serious, but tliey may prove fatal. Tbc elder Nash escaped without iujury. The ofticers have not succeeded in rapturing bim. Tba shooting took place on tbc mountain road leadiug from Wisc to Coebuni, and was witnessed by a farmer named Dale. It seems that tbo Nasbos?unclc and nepliew?and Dale were exchanging bot words when the ! ling brotbers came up. They stopped for a moment and then pro C.led on their way. They were call? ed back by the elder Nash, who open ed lire on them as tbey turnod. Tho ?bota were returned by the Easterlings. It is said that a fcud had existed be? tween the two familic-3, wbo live in the same ueighborliood, for some time. Both sides were expecting trouble and were prepared for it. Tho elder Nash is about n years of ago and m&rricd. Tbc ages of the other participants in tbo affair ranged from 18 to 20 years, and they were all unniarried. WILI. BBMBl l?t?_l HOME RULE. Tho unionist nowspapers print dis patcbes from Bclfast emphasizing the recent UUMNtaOtONB?ol preparations there to forcibly resist Irish homo rule. They say tbe position is delicate and dangerous, and quote men who are loeally prominent as assertiug tbat tbe I'lstermon are wbolly m earnest in their opposition to a parliament at Dublin and are determined to carry their opposition to the bitter end. Bt. Hon. Thomas Andrews, presi? dent of tho ITlster liberal-unionist as sociation, wbo was a member of the Ulster defense union in 189ft, - repre sented as saying it is an uuquestion able fact that tenders bave been asked for arms and ammunitiou, and that money for these already has been contributcd. He adds. "If wo are driven, to it, these anns will be used." Rev.' Dr. McDermott, former mod? erator of tbc Presbyterian Church says- "I am a man of peace. I don't want to see fighting. but I am afraid civil war will break out throughout llster if parliament gives Rodmond his bome rule. Tbe correspondent. say that 20,000 Mannlicher of Mauser rules, and 1, 000,000 eartridges have been advertised for in Gerrnaay. The Uraud Orange Lodge has issued a manifesto to its members, calling on them to prepare for a struggle and to volunteer thi ir services. With tbo linal balloting yesterday tbe goneral ele< tion- bave come to a | close. Yesterday's results are not yet known, but these last tbrea sests were formerly held by a liberal, a national A WEAK WOMAN AND HER STORY !n RoraUrk., Uvm a UdyWho Feels That Her Strenith Was Restored by Cardui. Floral, Ark.-'i must speak a *x word for Cardui," writes Mrs. Viola Baker, of this place. "About a month ago I was in very bad health. 1 was so weak and nervous thal I was not able to do my housework. "My husband bought me one bottle of Cardui, Ihe woman's lonic. 1 took it ac? cording to directions and now I am tn good health. # "I think Cardui is a fine tonic for weak women." And you are not the only lady who thinks so, Mrs. Baker. Tliousands. like you, have written to tell of the wonderful benefit Cardui has been lo them. Cardui contains no minerals, or other powerful drugs. It contains no glycenn or other mawkish-tasting ingredients. It is just a pure, natural extract, of natural vegetable herbs, that have been found to regulate the womanly funclions and strengtocn the female system. All druggists sell Cardui. See yours about it. N. K-Wrltt to: Lsdies* Advisory Dept. Oi?tt*? cooeaMedicintCo. Cb.3ttano3??,Tenti..forSP?'to fnltructior.:. andW-ow book "'Home Treatmenl lor Women."' icat in pl_o wrspper, on requeu. Lst, and an imlcpendent nationalist. The standing of the partits la.-t nigbt mi h loUnwi: Government eoalitio?>--I.iberals, 270; laboritw, 4:5; nationalteta 72; indepen dent nationalists. 10. Total. 896. <>p po-itioti--1'nionists, 272. Coalition ma? jority, 1"23. TBB CLAPIW AHE RECOXCILED. II. Mason Clapp, millionaire club man aml beir ta the 'shneblacking king." who Iswt week was shot at liis home in I'hiltdelplua, yesterday left MCph'l Hospital. and tlie tirst place lie went to was his (iiiard home, there wm r touching mconcUin lioii between Clapp and ihe woman he (.ne charged had shot him. Clapp vestcrday morning WM 0*> clared to have recOT-red sufliciently to l>c letnoved from the hospital. Ile calhd for lii-i autonioliile. but before (he hospital autboriU<u allowed bim to leare the building tbey inxktednpon oommnnieatiog with tbo supcrintcn dent of puiice. The clubman was wanted as n material witness against his wife. Wben tbe otlicers arrived at the hos? pital Clapp was asked to repeat hia ac cusations, nnd be refused to do so. The police ofliciais put Clapp under a severe eross-exauiination, but be re fti->! to verify tlie statement lie had made dircctly after tbe sbooting, so Buperiotendent of Police Taylor de? cided tbere was but one thing to do? allow Clapp to go to bis wife. MOm se<;ke_atiox okdinance Mayor Mahool, of Baltimore, aftor roading tbe recent opinion of City So licitor Poe, declaring it constitutional, signcd tbe segregation ordinancc yes? terday afternoon. Beginning today tlie police depart? ment will be expected to see that tbe law is enforced. Hereafter negroes will not be permitted lo move into a neigb borhood wben the majority of the resi dents are wbite, and the same rule will applv to tbo whites. City Solicitor Poe sent bis report on tbe ordinance to the mayor yesterday morning, and pointed out that he believes tho measure to be constitutional. In this report be points out tbat ne? groes are uot allowed to marry whites, and are segrcgatcd on trains and in schools. In the past year negroes have invaded tbe best seetion of'McCulloh street, and bavo tbreatened to invade exelusivc sections of Eutaw street and Madison avenue. Ladies! Combine style with solid comfort. Wear tbo RED CROSS SHOE, to bo bad only at our store. I. A. Marshall A Bro.. 422 King street. WILLIAMS" RIDNEY PILLS. Have vou ovenvorked yom nervous svstem and caused trouble with your k'idnevs and bladder? Have you pains in loins, side, back and bladder? Have vou a flabby appearance of the faee and under the eves' A froquent desire to pass urlne?'lf so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you-Drugglsts, price 50c. Williams M'fg Vo.. Propa, Cleveland, O. For salo, wbolesale and retail. by K S. Ijeadbcater A Sons._^^^__ A Piece of Furniture Makes an Acceptable Xmas Gift. Ladies' Writing Desks, oak and mahogany, $6.50. Music Cabinets. $8.50, Parlor Cabinets, $10.50. Oak and Mahogany Rockersfrom $1.75 to $25.00. 601 KING STREET. FOR SALE One half square of ground. Excellently located for dwelling or factory sites, sltu ated on Pendleton street, between Patrick and Henry streets.,' Price, $1,750 Cash. Six fine building lots on north Wash? ington street. These are the closest lots obtainable from King street. Low price for a few days only. Thompson & Appich 107 South Royal Street, Alexandria, Va Put Red Cross Stamps on your Christmas packages. They cost only 1 eent each andyouheipa worthy cause. On sale at cashier's desk. This is the best and mostj nclpful Christmas store for thnfty people. Stocks are in full readiness. Start your Christmas shopping now. Hundreds of excep tional values in the very things you want will stretch the buying powers of your Christmas money. Assortments of gift things and reasonable merchan dise were never so large. so complete, or so well se lected.This with willing, courteous and intelligent ser? viee makes gift choo_ing easy. D. Bendheim & Sons. 316 KING STREET. of Alexandria, Virginia CAPITAL, $100,OOo7~ SURPLUS, $125.000 OFFICERS: Edward L. Daingerfield, President. Carroll Pierce. Vice President. Richard M. Green, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Edward L. Daingerfield J. Clinton Smoot Jas. W. Roberts Worth Hulfish Carroll Pierce M A. Ahern Urban S. Lambert RESOURCES. 1.0:111s. 8746^8M5 1'. S. llondR to socure circulation. 100,000.00 Bond* to secure U. S. _ Iieposit. 1,000.00 Other Bonds and ,_?.??, Stocks. 52.3T4.06 B?nklM House and ____ Keal Estate. 5..956.0. casb.UjmXW Due from Hanksand Re ARentS_!l_-0-_ 116.4(8.07 ? L 91.119,607.46 I.IABILITIE3. Cspital. ai00.000.00 Surplus. 100,000.00 Undlvided Profits. 2T,4S-K Circi-atlon. 100.000.00 l>eposits. "1,-32.64 U. S. neposit. 1.000.00 $t,ll!),6!r7.40 ="j^ A FEW HINTS ABOUT WHAT TO GIVE FOR XMAS. As jewelry ?s useful as well ae ornamental, we have largely in creased our stock to assist the Xmas giver and offer tbe following sug *fC8ti0nS: FOR LADIES I FOR GENTLEMEN -.-.--- i-,.00 to 160.00j Watehea.$1.00 to To.OO C^lKilWi.imrdChains^SO* U9\<?*?g??. ?g 58 SolidtJuldOuardChaini &.50to 2S-00 Cuff^Buttons ??o i-w Solid < Wild XeekChaius. l.Mto ^JW"^... -*. gg Solid (told Loekets.-50to 30.00.Mngs . Sto i? I.___!_?Kfr iSSS _SS ^^^^__L-___?aS-3 RbiSfor hilda-- . ToOto 5.001 Silverwan-. Cloeks Spectacles, Open _J__tor__u-U 2 60 to 250.00 Qlssses, Emblem Ooods. H-^h-f 26c to 2 501 8ee the new style Ladies' Emblem nat ' mm I Piu... K W. WILDT & SON, Jewelers. 106 NORTH ROYAL STREET. BEU|PHONE ??-J. Alexandria National Bank Corner King and Royal Streets Capital $100,000. Surplus and profits 130,000. United States Depositary. Depositary for the state of Virginia. Depositors afforded every facility for business, security and accommodation. Large and small aecounts invited in both our Commercial & Savings Department* on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction. offTckrs Judge C. E. Nicol, Presidettv. 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. Call to see us. Drafts issued on all parts of the world. Interest paid at three per eent in our Savings Department. STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank of Alexandria, Virginia SEPTEMBER J, I<M0. OFFICERS G. L. BOOTHE. Preaident GEO. E.|\VARFIELD..C-?hier M. B. HARLOW. Vke-Preaident J. J. GREEN. Asuiatant Caahier DIRECTORS GARDNER 1. BOOTH-l GEO. E. WARFIELD BENOIT BABR/JR. JAS. F. MUIR M B. HARLOW "AtTRV. j?_i?_.RT_ FRANCIS :.. SMITH RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loansand I?ve.stm..niH, S?l/i,ir>.7.! j _*pllal.......?....-.$$&?%} U. S. Bonds. VS>,(*mr> ; Surplus and Profits. h. il.-l Banking House. ?*?.? ', CirculaUon. .K?? Due fromBanksaud Re- I>.-pos.ts..'4> '<?, serveAgents. I68J- Oth*r Llabllttles.. Cash.W,M_.05 5 Per Cent. Fund. r,.000.00 $l,:r_),17!).Cl ?,329,179.81 Thi.s bauk with its ample capital and surplus its adeciuaU; ><piipment Md tacilities. solioits the aecounts of n_attf-Otu<-er_, rholesalan, retailers aml individuala on the best terms consistent witb BOttnd bai_-h_f< r? J Noaocount too large to be handled saiisfaetorly; BOae too sinxll to be appreciated. VIRGINIA. Iu tho Clerk's Offlce of the Corporation Court of tho City ol Alexandria. on Ihe ltth davnl Xoveui ber, 1910. . ___ All)ert Dreifus, vs. Lotns Drei fus, Bertha Cox, It. H. Oex, Nettte Elnstein, nenjamin Kinstcm. r-ranfc Dreifus. Loopold Drcifiis.Fannie Atwell, Kdward Atwell. Bena Cox, James ("on. ( arrio Orillbort/.er, David 0. Cnllbort /.er Jeanette Lee. Helcn Driefus. llarr.v Dreifus. Ernest Dreifus. Raymond Drei? fus. Klora Brren and Samiiel l.rveu. Chancery. . _ . Mnuo. Objeetof thUeuit tor sale house and Iot northwesteoruero! Prince Mld Cnion streets. Alexandria. \a.. or whieh Itosa Dreifus died, seized and pos sesscd and distribution or proeeeda among tho parties entitled Ihereto and lurthei- relief. _,__?_ It appearing by an amnavit tiieu this cau.se that the defendants, Nettie Kinstein. Benjamin Kinstein. Frank Dreifus. Leopold Dreifus. Helcn Drei? fus, Harrv Dreifus, Krnest Dreifua, Itay niond Dreifus, Flora Brren and Hamuel Krven are Pon-residents orthis State : It is Ordered: That said dcrendants ap? pear here within fifteen days after due publication or this order. and do what is ncecssary to protect tbeir interests in tbis suit, and that acopy of this order be rorthwlth inserted in the Alexandria (ia/ette, a newspapor published iii tlie City of Alexandria, once a week Or four suecessivo weeks, and posted at th?? front door of the Court House of this eity. A cony?Teste. KEVELL 8. OREENAWAY, Clerk. ar Louis N. Dufvky, D. C. John M. Johnson, p. q. noV.4 wsw-thu_ VIRGINIA?In the Clerk's Offloe of Corporation Court or the City of Alexandria, on the "th day of Deeem ber. 1910. Anna MI?llWitl Moudy ra. John Luther Motidy. In cl ancery. Memo. The objeot or tbis suit is to obtain for the pUintiff, Anna Elizaocth Moudy, an absclute divorco irom tho defendant, John Luther Moudy. on tho grounds cfwiirul desertionandabandon ment for more thsn three years prior to the institution of this suit. It appearing bj an affldavit flled ln this eause that i.he defendant, John Llitber Moudy, is a uon-re*ldent ol this State: It ls Ordered, That sald derendant appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what is necessarvto protect his intereat iu this suit, and tbat a eopy of this order be iorthwith inserted in the Alexandria Ga zette, a nowsptper publisbed in tbo city r f Alexandria, once a week for four sue v e weeks, and posted at tho front rioor of tho Court House of this city. A eopy?Twrra. XEVELL 8. GREENAWAY, Clork. Samuel O. Brent, p. q. dec7 w4w-w Apieceof GutGlaasis aiways protty; we hate a fme assortment; prices modar-te. H. W. WB.1T A SON. COME and see our window display of LADIES' BACK COMBS. White brllliants cannot be ilistinguished from Candies, Nuts, Fruits (iivt- her one afthe b-auttftil bozai of CANDY dlsplayed iii our window. ln dian River Prulta. Oregon Apples. ete. New Nui L. SHUMAN&SON ?i " ',' >>p i* ija?<m AMerryXmas No Xmas Dinner Without Jf Fruit, Pound and Jelly Cake and all other delicacies. H. BLOCHS, 615KingSt BOTH PHONES "VICTORIA FABRIC" Writing Paper 60 Sheets Paper. 50 Envelopes. Special For the Holidays. 29c Box. TAYLOR'S PHARMACY 616 Kin. Street. Hot Chocolate. Liggett's Cbocolates. For Sale. The fine new FRAMK UWELLLVGat ? utheast t.rner of Columbus :ind IVndleton streets. contaiiiing nine r?oms and everv up-u>-?late convciiieiiee. This is one ofthe best built houses in the city of Alexandria. The noiise has a frontage of 30 feet to a depth of 00 feet and the lot fronts 36 feet ou Columbus street to a depth of 95 feet ruuning back to an alley 10 feet wide. Fine |K>rches In rear. In? spection invited. For price and terms apply to JohnD.Normoyle Corner King and Royal Streets. i docll M STEAMERS Norfolk and Washington SteamboatCo. Every day iu the year ror Fort Mou roe, Norfolk, Newport N'ews and points south, via superb, powerfid steel palace steamers. Leavo Washingtou.6.4J p. m. I>eave Alexandria 7.00 p. m. Arrivo Ft. Monroes 7.00a ra. A rrive Norfolk K.00 a. m. Arrive Portsmonth 8.00a. m. I^eavo Portsmonth 3.00 p. m. Ixjavo Eorfolk *'?.oo j). m. Leave Ft. Monroe 7.00 p. m. Arrive Alexandria G.:W a. m. Arrive Wasbiugton 7.00 a.lm. Through conueetions made at Norfolk with steamers ol" tbe Old Dominiou Steams'.iip Company lor New York and MSrebant*'and Miner's Steamshii Boston. ,__ General Ticket Office. 7-3 14th st N.W Bond Building, Washington, D. < Phone Main 1520. Seventh street whari. Phone Main IW0. Alexandria wharf foot ot Prlnco street. W. BLCALLAHAK, aprl lyr Oeneral Passenger Agent. Maryland Delaware and Vir? ginia Raiiway Cnmpany. 8PKINO SCIIKDILE. Stoamors ot this line leave Alexandria on and after May l.'i. tf-0, Every MONDAY. WfeDNKSDAY and SATURDAY at 4;*) p. m. FOR BALTIMORE AND ALL TIIK USUAL RIVER LANDINQS. Cuislne andam>ointiiient.s uncxeel!>?<!. Freight for Baltimore, Philadelphia and New Vork solicited and hand led with care, Through rates and bill -t tading issued. Single fare to Baltimore, 82.50; round trip. 13.00; stateroom8, ono way. |I.S0 Meais,50c. RKARDON 4 GRIMKS. Agttti Footof Cameron stn SCHEDULE _ Steamboat Go. Effbctive May 9,1910. Steamer" Capital City." Leaves Alexandria at 0 p. nt. on day and Wednesday for Parbam's PoilH and lower river landings. Return Wednesday and Friday morning. i Satuniay atDa m, for Noinini aml mediate landings. returning B?i about ?> p. in. Stemner "Wakefleld Leave Mmdity. Tuesday and Th ?t:ia. m. 'or Wirt's wharf and ab mediate bindlngfl. Returning ienn ?> wharf at 0 a. m. the folloiviiijj <: i i arriringat Alexandria about 4 p. i Reardon & Grimes, Agents, Foot or Cameron Street. Telephone No. 50. je!4 lyr H. WATTLES Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS OKKICK AND HTORKS: 115-117 IT. ROV U.W. Dealer in Hardware. Paints. Agricul? tural Implements. VehicIes.Har Field and Gardcn Seeds. WARKEOL'SKH, SOUTH I'NION STKIIT. 09 I.INK OV HOCTHRRN RAIL.WAY Also Grain, Hay, Straw andallkindsof MillFeod Will always keep in stoek the Idghei grade of theso artieles. FAMILY WASH Rough Dry?7c lb. All pieces washed,starchcd and dried, ready for iron ing. All towels, bed and table linens ironed and fold ed ready for use. Both Telcphones. Our Wagon Will Cali. Banner Steam Laundry. :*J0 Oronoco Street. Ageucy M King Street. Larbershop. Wm. H. Peck PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS. (SROCKRIEN, PROVISIONS, WOOD, COAL. LLMK. CEMKNT, TMtKA I IA SEWER PIPE, NA1 LS. (iLASS, PAINTS ANIi OIL. Ivory Wall Plaster A large quan.ity of new and accoad hand lumber aid second hand brick for sale cheap. WM. H. PECK. CBARLOTTBBVILLE AND I'.API DAN RAILROAD COMPANY Alexandria. Va.. Dee. 5,1910. To the holders of the CharlotU?s\ ill< and Rapidan Railroad Hoiids:'l'he follow ing l>onds drawn for rcdemption by Iot. in ac-ordaneo ' ???A the terms 0* tho mortgagu.wlil be , V*n at tbe offlee of tbo Philadelphia Triis i-Safe Deposit and Insurance Company. Philadelphia. Pa, with accrued interest, on JAM AltV l, 1911. Interest on said bonds will cease on January I MI. Xos ? 19, SO, 03, ?5, 90. 108, 118, Ut, 1 i 100, 181, 198, 217, -0-11.000 each, JKJ.'Wo Nos. _V,. ?>*>. 982, >?. 291, m4, Stt 387,3P8, _?, 4*1, ?6, 487, 49H. 505. M7-, .Vd, .?>;!.:.?>, 50!?. 817, 7<x>. 71*. 724~>Vj00 each. 312.500. _-^ Nos. 755, 777-8100 each, t200. F.DW. L. DALNOERFXELD, JULIANT.BDKKE, 8 \ FL DEPOSIT ANI > TR UST CO.. Baltimore. M<1., deci td Truateoa