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THTRSrn* EVENING. AUG. 23. 180'.
Testing a Rattler's Venom.?
Prof. George Beyer, curator of Tulane
"University Museum in Xew Orleans,
IMonday allowed himself to be bitten
*by a rattlesnake in order to determine
5f a person can be inoculated and ten?
dered proof against the venom of ser?
pents. From his large collection of
Bnakes be selected a young rattler that
*had been caught a few days ?g<>. Ik
teased the snake until it was angry,
then held out his hand in such a posi
lion that the rattler struck his little
linger. The professor did not use any
antidote, and awaited developments.
!lu the course of a few hours the linger
?>ecame swollen to twice its normal
fcize. The professor said that during
the week he would allow himself to be
l>itten again. He docs not think the
bite will prove fatal because a young
Bnake cuu::'>! emit as much poison as
ain old one. The sensation was very
much like the sting of a bee, but the
pain was intense. Prof. Beyer's object
in experimenting is to prove that by
the gradual absorption of a snake's
venom the system will become inocu?
lated, and a person in that couditiou
can be bitten without the result prov?
ing fatal. Prof. Beyer thinks his ex?
periment will be successful.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
THE Rest Salve in the world for Cuts,
liruire-. Sores, Ulcers bait Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns. rand all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaran?
teed to give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per lux. For sale by
E. S. Leadbeatei and Sons
The bbeath of a chronic catarrh patient
3? often so offensive that he l>c omcs an object
of disgust After a time nlceration sets in.
the sp< nay bone-, are attacked, and frequent
ly destroyed; A constant source of discomfort
is the dripping of tbc purulent secretions in?
to the throat. sometinvB producing inveteiatc
bronchitis, which is usually the exciting can
of pulmonary disease. The brilliant results
by its use for years past properlv designate
Ely's Cream Baini as by far the best and only
cure. Call upon your druggist for it.
? ARE STILL IN THE PROCESSI? IN
and are not willing that any should make
a greater sacr.?co than we do on
dry goods, notions, &c.
Prices given over the counter.
Call and Bee the BARGAINS at
Amos B. Slaymaker s
New York Fruit Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Foreign & Domestic-Fruit.
DOMESTIC FRUIT ESPECIALLY,
Fresh every day.
, ^/20 eo3m_
4CANS OF FAIRBANKS CO.'S POT?
TED HAM or TONGUE for 25c at
II. C. WALLACE'S,
!><><> King street.
MEN 'S PERCALE COLLARS and CUFFS,
a small lot slightly soiled : will sell for
3 5 cents a set; collars 5c. cuffs 10c, at
AMoS R SI .AY MAKER'S.
IF YOU want to have your WATCH repair?
ed properly, go to
100 north Royal street.
ATISTE, fine quality, beautiful styles
and fast colors reduced to b'V'i at
AMDS B. SLAYMAKER.
COMPLETE line ..fSUMMER UNDER?
WEAR for ladies and gentlemen at
AMOS B. SLAY MAKER'S.
SHAKER'S PURE NATURAL LARD in 3
_ and 5 lb buckets and loose, received to?
day by_J. C. MILBURN.
NICE line of UMBRELLAS, all prices,
best goods for price, at
AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
FULL LINE of JELLIES and PRE
SERYES, just received by
J. C. MILBURN.
ABEAUTIFUL lino of APRON and
DRESS GINGHAMS, fast color, reduced
from S to (_>V. at SLAYMAKER'S.
TRY A BOTTLE OF LUNT it ALLEN'S
' CHLORITE', only 25c. Will cure
chapped hands and rough skin.
RESHLY ROASTED COFFEES, best
qualities, for salo by
J. C. MILBURN.
EVERY FAMILY should have a bottle of |
CHOLERA SPECIFIC in tho house;
price 15 cents at LUNT & ALLEN'S.
GENUINE SUGAR CURED YARMOUTH
BLOATERS just received bv
mc DARR WHITE FLOATING SOAP
received to-day by
EXTRA CHOICE NEW DAIRY BUTTER
just received by
_J. C. MILBURN.
ro CLOSE them out. MISSOURI HAMS,
guaranteed quality, 12'^c. at
J. C. MILBURN'S.
1001) ROASTED COFFEE, freshly roast
ed at my store, and for sale at 25c, at
J. G MILBURN'S
ALUMINIUM THIMBLES, light and dura?
ble, at H. W. WILDT'S.
_ 106 north Royal street.
DUNHAM'S PREPARED COCOA NUT
fresh, just received by
decO J. C, MILBURN.
WE HAVE just received a vcrv pretty
assortment of BATISTES: call and see
them at AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
IRST CLASS SEWING MACHINES at
$10 cash ; warranted 5 years; at
AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
fNOX'S SPARKLING GELATINE in
shreds and granulated for salo bv
_J. C. MILBURN.
LA BA.-TER STARCH for Collars and
Cuffs, 5c a package, received to-<lav by
J.C. MILBURN. "
WHITEWASH BRUSHES from the
cheapest to the highest grades, for sale
by _H. C. WALLACE.
POTOMAC FLOUR for sale at $5 per bar
rel; 75c per sack at
J. C. MILBURN'S.
OLIVE OIL, Lea & Perrin'sSauce. Can?
ned Salmon and Lobsters, fre,sh, iust re?
ceived by_J. C. MILBURN.
VERY proltv assortment, of NECK
AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
LD STAG WHISKY in quart bottles
H. C. WALLACE,
900 King street.
for infants and Children.
" CastorlaissowolladaptedtochiMren that
[ recommead it R.sn:ii>eri..rtoany prescription
known to met" H. .v. archer, 31 D..
3!1 So. Oxford St.. lirooklvn, Y.
"The of 'Castoria is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few an-the
intWIi^cnt families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
C.uiLod JLmrr.N, P. P.,
New York City.
Cat?toria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoaa, Kructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di?
?Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your 'Castoria,' and shall always continue ;o
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwk F. pAisr.EF:, M. P.,
1251h Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
TnE Centacr Costtast. 77 Mi-rrat Street, New York Citt.
SILVERWARE. JEWELRY. &c. SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, &c.
The reason so many j>cople, even children, now wear spectacles is not because the si^'ht is
more defective than formerly, hut that tiie Doctors and Opticians are more skilful in correct?
ing defective vision. I am jirejiared to fill any prescription for compound cylindrical plasses.
I keep a full assortment of the finest and most accurately centered lenses, especially for pre?
scription work. The glasses ought to he the proper size and the frame fit exactly to the face to
srive comfoit and good sight. I have, the most improved instruments for measuring the pu?
pillary distance to the eyes, height and shape of no?e and width of face. I also keep the me?
dium and lower grade Glasses so I cau suit every body in prices. I have reduced the Arun
dol tinted glasses to $1. I have a full assortment of those fine Celluloid Framed Eye Glasses,
regular price $2 ; I do not want to continue this line and oiler them at 75 cents a pair. Genu?
ine Brazilian Pebble $2 a pair. Diamond Spectacles, regular price $2. reduced to 81. Smoked
?nd any other color Glasses from 25 cents to the finest quality. Spectacles repaired, new
lenses put in, old frames and new frames to old lenses and any other kind of work done.
HENRY W. WILDT,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, 106 NORTH ROYAL ST., ALEXANDRIA
WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM?
On and after JULY 4th. 1893, and un?
til further notice tho following ferry sched?
ule will be in force.
I.cavo Alexandria, foot of King street, at
6 0<>, 7 30, 8 30. 0 30. 10 30 and 11 30
a. m., 12 30. 1 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30.
!> 30 and 7 15 t?. ru.
I,eave Washington; foot of 7th street,
at ti 15, 7 30, 8 30, 9 30, 10 30 and 11 30
a. m., 12 30.1 30. 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30.
'J 30 and 7 1 ?"> p. ni.
N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing
8 30 h. m.
]?< >T< >MAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM?
ER WAKEFIELD leaves Washington Mon?
days at 7 00 a.m., aud Alexandria at 8 00
a. rn.. for landings as far as Nomini. and on
Wednesdays and Saturdays at ^"me hours for
St. Clement's Bay an'.] I.eonardtown.
- ? C.-W. i!li)LEY, General Manager.
JOHN B. PADGETT. Agent_
rv?JLY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT
The Norfolk and Washington Steam?
Will run a DAILY LINE, commencing on
Monday, March 30, with their new and pow?
erful iron steamers
WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK,
Leaving tho wharf at tho foot of Prince street
at 7 30 p. m.
Returning will leavo Norfolk at 6 20 p. m.
Single faro $3. Round trip $5.
P. B. HOOE, Agent,
No. 2 Prince street.
BURKE & HERBERT
AND DEALEES IN
A General Banking business transacted.
Deposits recoivod subject to chock at sight.
Letters of Credit and Foreign Exchange
First National Bank,
Cornor Loo and Prince streets.
JOS. BRODEES, President.
CHAS. E. HOOFF, Caahior.
Promp attention givon to all business, in?
cluding collections throughout tho United
States and Europe
BENONI WHEAT, i ( WM, H. LACHEST
Prosidont. J ( Cashier.
Citizens' Nat'l. Bank.
Collections made and promptly remitted.
All kinds of investment securities a spo
Directors?B. Wheat, E. L. Daingerfield,
P. B. Hooo, W. B. Smoot, F. L. Smith.
SPEAR'S CLDIAX BRANDY?vintage of
1876?for sale by
FIVE BARBELLS OF CUCUMBER PICK?
LES just received by
J. G. MLLBUBN.
T A. HUDSON,
DBUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT
111 ."5 King Street.
Entire new stock of everything usually
found in a first-class drug store.
STAN DAB D PURITY OF ALT. DRUGS
The Prescription Department is in charge
of Mr. El ?BERT WAKEHAM, a registered
member of the Virginia Board of Pharmacy.
"TARNEST L. ALLEN
(Successor to Lunt St Allcnf.
N. E. coruor King and Washington stroots,
Everything nstially kept in a first-clarf
drug storo and at lowest prices. All the late
preparations constantly on hand.
Physicians' prescriptions a specialty._
E 8. LEADEEATEE. C. C LEADI1EATEB.
E. B. LEADBEATKB, JR. .T. LEADEEATEE.
E. S. LEADBEATER & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
105 and 107 south Fairfax street.
Dealers in Drug3, Chemicals, Patent Medi
i eines. Paints, Oils. Dye Stuffs, Spices. Drug?
gists' Fancy Goods and Specialties.
Wholesale agents in Northern Virginia for
,T. (.'. Aver'- Medicines and John Lucas ii Co.'s
Tinted Gloss and Prepared Paints, &c.
Manufacturers of Standard Pharmaceutical
We have made large additions to our stock
and are buying leading Proprietors Articles.
Chemicals. &c, direct from the manufacturers.
We are therefore enabled to supply the trade
with all goods usuallv carried by a well-ap?
pointed WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE at
prices as lew as those given by the best houses
in larger cities. All goods forwarded by first
freight or express after receipt of order.
Promptness is our specialty. We guarantee
the purity of all drugs furnished. Corre?
^yARFIELD & HALL,
CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX STS.
Proscriptions a specialty,
English, French, German and Domestic
Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne ; Mag?
nolia, Hedyosimia, Geranium and Florida
Water; Genuine Lubin's Extracts; Sponges.
Hair Brushes and Combs; best English Tooth
Brushes; a full assortment of Patent Medi?
cines ; Coxc's Gelatine, Corn Starch, Sea Moss
Farine, Spices of ail kinds, and a select stock
of all articles sold by druggists at prices as low
as the same quality can be obtained elsewhere.
F. CREIGHTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATEN!
MEDICINES, OILS. DYE STUFFS,
GARDEN SEEDS. &c
Corner King and'Royal streets,
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully com?
pounded. Orders will receive prompt atten?
STABLER & 00.,
(Successors to R. H. Stabler)
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
N. W. correr King and Washington streets.
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Drugs, Cigars
and Cigarettes, Fine Tooth Brushoa, Nail
Brushes, Gorman and Domestic Cologne, Hair
Brushes, Sponges, Flosh Straps, &c
Especial care given to prescriptions.
JUST received a nice lot of MAINE (White
117 Kiug street.
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Oiliee <?! 'the
Circuit Court of Alexandria county, on
the 21st day of August, 1894.
Peter Aitcheson and Robert P. Aitcheson,
joint partners, trading and d business
uuder the .'inn name and style of Ait -lieson
(i Brother, complainants, vs. B. T. Welch,
jr.. and \V. B. Hardy, defendants
Memo : The object of this suit is to en?
force a claim or the plaintitf against the de?
fendants for the sum of $251A2 with inter?
est oa $250, part thereof, from the 14th day
of July, 1891, at leas: and V> attach tue fol?
lowing estate of the defendants; viz: The
following describi d lot-, pieci s and p irccls of
land, being portions of that sub-divisiou of
land in Alexandria county, V'a . known and
described as Park Additi m to Alexandria, to
wit: Lots 2 to 13 ioclusi e, in L lock No 1,
all of blocks Nos 2. 1 ?". 6, 8. !'. 1<> and 11:
lots 1 to 18, inclusive, in block No. 3; lots 1
to 13, inclusive, in block No. 7. and lots 13 to
18 in bloc!; No 12, all of which said lots,
pieces and parcels of land arc situate in sa'd
county of Alexandria, \'a. a plat of said
"Park Addition to Alexandria" being of re?
cord amongst the 1 ir.d n < o:ds of said Alexan?
dria county. Va. in liber N. No 4. folio 231,
and also any other estate of said defendants.
The defendants not having entered their
appearance and given security according to
the act of assembly and the rules of ibis
court, and it appearing by an affidavit that
they are not residents of this State.?It is
ordered, that the said defendants appear here
within fifteen daysaftei the due publication
of this order, and do what is necessary to
protect their interest in this suit; and that
a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in
the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper pub?
lished in the cry of Alexandria, once a week
for four successive weeks, and posted at
the front door of the Court House of this
H. II. YOUNG. Clerk.
F. L. Smith, p. q.
A copy?Teste : II. 11. Y< >UXG, Clerk.
au>>22 w-i w
T7TRG1NIA : In the Clerk's Office of the
\ Circuit Court of Alexandria county, on
the 16th day of August, I 894.
Annie C. McCartney and Peter McCartney.
her husband, Mary J. Collier and William
E. Collier, her husband, and William F.
Fletcher vs. Susan Fletcher, Charles P.
Fletcher, Catharine 0. Fletcher. Susan E.
Fletcher and James Fle tcher.
Memo. The object of this suit is to set aside
a deed from M. F. Morris, trustee. &c, to
Susan Fletcher, conveying two lots. No?. 2
and .'?, in thf partition between Birch and
Birch, containing twenty-five acres, more
or less, situate near the south end
of the Aqueduct bridge, which deed is dated
the 5th of October, lS*-2. and is recorded in
deed book No. 4, liber F. page 166 of the
iand records of Alexandria county. And also
to set aside a deed from Peter C. Harrison
and Mary L., his wife, to Susan Fletcher for
three acres and five poles of land near the
Chain bridge, Alexandria county, Virginia,
which deed is dated the 5th day of Novem?
ber, 1887, and is re-corded in deed book No.
1. liber H, pHge 29 I. of the land records
of Alexandria county, and to invest the title
to said lands in the lieirs at law of William
It appearing by affidavit that Susan Fletch?
er, Charles P. Fletcher, Catharine C. Fletcher;
Susan E. Fletcher ami .lames Fletcher
are not residents of the State of Virginia, it
is ordered that the .-aid defendants appear
here within fifteen days after due pub?
lication of this order ami do what is necessary
to protect their interests in this suit, and that
a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in
the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper, published
in the city of Alexandria, one-:. week for four
successive weeks, and posted at the front door
of the Court H>>nse of Alexandria county, as
the State directs; A copy?
Teste: H.H. YOUNG. Clerk.
Critcher ?& Critcher. p ? ;. aucliJ w-lw
TTIRGINIA: In the Clerks Office of the
V Corporation Court of the city of Alexan?
dria, on the 3rd day of August 1S94.
William Morris vs. Benjamin Morris, Samuel
Morris. Albert Morris. Barbara Morris alias
Moore, Washington Green and the four
children of Hartha Morris, deceased, whose
names aie unknown.
Memo: The object of ifjis ? suit is- for a par?
tition of the real estate in this city of which
Rose Morris died, seized and possessed.
An affidavit having)lie-en made that Benja?
min Morris, Samuel Morris. Albert Morris, Bar
bars Morris, alias Moore, and the four
children of Martha Morris, deceased, whose
names are unknown are non-residents of this
State, it is ordered, that -aid defendants appear
here within fifteen days after ?lue publication
of this order, and do what is necessary to
protect their interest in this suit, and that a
copy of this order be forthwith inserted in
the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper publish?
ed in the city of Alexandria, once a week for
four successive week-, and posted at the front
door of the Court House of this couuty.
JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk.
By J. T. C.v^j. \n.\.\. Dp. CPk.
John M. Johnson, p. u.' aug-l w-lw
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the
Corporation Court of the c ty of Alexan?
dria, on the 1st day of August, 1894.
Charles C. Harvey and Wffithrop A. Harvey,
partners, trading and doing business under
the firm name and style of Charles C. Har?
vey & Co. vs. Gustana^D&Angelis. Tres?
pass on the case in assuropsit
Memo: The object of this suit is to recover
of the defendant Gustan? De ingelis the sum
of $132 *3 and to attach and subject to the
payment Of the same the estate or debt-sow?
ing said defendant in the hands of the Farm
ers and Mechani's' Insurance Company and
the Planters' Insurance Company, of Alexan?
The defendant. Gustann DeAngelis. not
having entered his appearance and
given security according to the act of
Assembly and the rules of this Court,
and it appearing by an affidavit that
he is not a resident of this State, it is
ordered that said defendant appear here
within fifteen days after due publication
of this order, and do what is neces?
sary to protect his interest in this suit,
and that a copy of this order be forthwith in?
serted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper
published in the city of Alexandria, once a
week for four successive weeks, and posted at
the frontdoor of the Court House of this
city. A copy?teste:
JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk.
By J. T. Cau.aiian. Dp'ty Ci k.
E. B. Taylor, p. <j. aug2 w-i w
TTIRGINIA: In the Clerk's ollice of the
V Corporation Court of the city of Alexan?
dria on the 3d day of A uuust. 1894.
Diana S. Harper vs. William 11. Smith. Ser?
geant, administrator of Matilda Heymes,
Andrew J. Harper and Mary H. Harper.
Lillic Heymes. Mary Heymes, Frauk Hey?
mes and Emma J levin; -.
Memo. The object of this suit is to subject
the real estate in thi-eity of which Matilda
Heymes died seized and possessed to the pay?
ment of her debts.
it appearing by an affidavit that Andrew .1.
Harper. Mary II. Harper. Lillic Heymes,
Frank Heymes, Mary Heymes and Emma
Heymes arc non-residents of this State,
it is ordered, that said defendant- appear here
within fifteen days after due publication of
this order, and do what is necessary to pro?
tect their interest in this suit and that a copy
of this order be forthwith inserted in the
Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in
the city of Alexandria, once a week for four
successive weeks, anil posted at the front door
of the Court House of this city. A copy
teste.? JOHN S. BEACH. ( lerk.
By J. T. Call.vuan, Dp. C'lk.
John M. Johnson, p. ij. aug4 w4w
FARM WAGONS, a car load of FARM
WAGONS in store and for sale by
No. 117 Kine Street.
JUST received from the Manufacturers, the
best CORSET in shape, quality and fit.
ever oii'ered for -jOc ; e xtra long waist at
_AMOS B SLA YMAKER'S.
EVAPORATED PEELED PEACHES, 206
per pound, at
900 Kin? ?rrert.
C1KlMsu-N LLOVLK SLED, new crop, just
/ received, prices very low.
No. 117 King street.
FINE IMPORTED BAY RUM, in 1 pint
and in half-pint bottles, or in any quanti?
ty as wanted. For sale by
E. 8. LEADBEATEE & SONS.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT YERNON ELECTRIC RAIL?
Time Table in Efl'ect August 1,1394.
MOUNT^VEBNl N DIVISION, (Week Days).
Leave Alexandria 6:31, 9:20, 10:25 and
11:25 a. m.. and 32:25, 1:25.2:25, 3:06,
3:55, 4:06. 5:00. 7:10' and 8:l0* p. m.
Leave Riverside Park 7:'J3 9:45, 10:50
:,n i 1 1:5(> a. m.. and 12:50. 1:50, 2:50, 3:35,
4:20, 4:35. 5:37. 7:5S" and 8:5S* p. m.
Arrive Mount Yernon 7:08, 9:50. 10:55
and 11:55 a. m , and 12:55,1:55, 2:55, 3:40,
4:25, 4:40 and 5:42 p. m.
Returning, (Week Daysl,
Leave Mount Veniou 7:10 9:55. 10:55
and 11:55 a. n>., and 12:55, 1:55, 2:55, 3:55,
4:12, 4:55, 5:00, and 5:45 p m.
Leave Riverside Park 7:14, 30:00. 10:5!)
and 11:59 a. m.,and 12:59. 1:59, 2:59, 3:59.
4:16, 5:04, 5:50. 7:58* and 8:58* p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 7:50,10:25 and 11:25
a. m.. and 3 2:25, 3:25. 2:25. 3:25. 4:25,
4:47, 5:20, 5:28,6:21, 8:25* and 9:25? p.
in. Pleasant evenings only.
MOUNT VEENON DIVISION.
[On pleasant Sundays only.]
SOUTH BOUND (Suudays),
Leave Alexandria 7:00*. 9:10, 30:10 and
11:10 a.m..and 12:10. 1:10. 2:10, 3:10.4:10.
5:10 . 6:10, 7:10aud 8:10 p. m.
Arrive Riverside Park 7:33", 9:43, 10:43
and 11:43 a m., and 32:43. 1:43, 2:43,
:!:43, 4:43. 5::iS-. 6:43, 7:43and 8:43 p. m.
Arrive at Mount Yernon 7:3S*a. ni. .and
2:43, 3:43, 4:43 and 5:43* p. m.
Leave Mount Yernon 7:40 " a. hi., and 2:55,
3:55, 4:55 and 5:45 ? p. m.
Arrive Riverside Park 7:4 4', 9:55,10:55
and 11:55 a. m., and 3 2:55, 3:55, 2:55.
3:55, 4:55. 5:49*, 6:55. 7:55 and 8:55 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 8:20*. 30:27 and 11:21
a. m, and 3 2:27. 3:27, 2:27. 3:27. 4:27.
5:27. 6:27 , 7:27. 8:27 and 9:27 p. m.
"ib rough trains to Mount Vcrnou will be
run every Sunday.
D. W. HOLDEN. Superintendent.
CEO. R. PHILLIPS. Genl. Passgr. Age.
\V HOL KS ALK & RETAIL GROCERS
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES.
113 North Royal Street,
Proprietor of the Potomac Brand of Flour,
which is unexcelled.
' toffees Freshly Roasted at Store.
STAND ESTABLISHED 1S78.
JT_> OBEETSON & BEO.
(McBuraey's old stand)
FINE TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS
and TABLE DELICACIES
NO. 700 KING STREET.
Telephone 75 B. _Alexandria. Virginia.
QHARLES KING & SON,
Nos. 217-223 North Leo otieet
(Opposite Hill's Cracker Factory).
Sole agents for LUCY HINTON TOBACCO
ind HAZARD POWDER.
A. JOHNSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Doalors in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Gibson's XX, XXX. XXXX
ind pme Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram
Whiskies ; also Baker's and Thompson's Pure
Rye Whiskies, to which they invite the atten?
tion of the trado.
Orders from tho country for mcrcandise
ihall receive prompt attention.
Consignments of Flour. Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
'.he highest market prices and prompt returns.
N. E. comer Cameron and Royal streets.
(Successor to R. W. Avory),
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FINE WHISKIES, WINES, &c.
900 King street.
Prices guaranteed as low as tho lowest.
Teldehone No. 30 (private wire).
Goops delivered anywhere in city and vi?
y-3_ H. C. WALLACE.
W. A. 6MOOT. G. 8. FBZNCH.
A. SMOOT & CO.,
COAL, 8ALT AND PLASTER.
Special attention paid to forwarding.
We have on hand a fine assortment of Car?
riages. Buggies, Daytons and Express Wagon?;
A!.-f> a complete line of Harness of all kinds!
Call and be convinced, as our prices bear in?
SUMMERS" & BRO.
BRICKS i BRICKS]
The Alexandria Brick Works,
Situated on Hunting Crook,
Are now prepared to receive ordors and de?
liver Bricks of all kinds used in the trade on
the shortest notice. Apply to
M. B. HAELOW,
_Secretary and Treasurer.
SUMMER OUTINGS at 6^c at
AMOS B. SLAYMAXEE*3.
Southern Railway Co.
(PIEDMONT AIS LINE)
VIRGINIA MIDLAND DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule, in effect May 20. 1594.
cnr-TWRAi-vn' **?- 3". ? No. 9 ' Xo- 35'
SOUTHBOUND ]Jaiiy , ; Daiiy.
LEAVE. ! ?
Washington.10 43pm 8 00am 11 01am
Alexandria. 1106pm 8 25am!H 24am
Manassas. 9 25am 12 06am
Cal verton. 9 55am 12 24pm
Culpeper. 10 40am 1 00pm
Orange. 1111am 125pm
CharlottesviUe... 150am; 12 12pm 2 09pm
Lynchbarg. 3 43am 218pm 3 47pm
Franklin June. 4 <K)pm .
Danville. 5 30am 510pm 5 35pm
Greensboro. 6 5-am . 7 35pm
Raleigh. 1 00pm. 7 30am
Salisbury. 8 11am . 9 15pm
Asheville. 4 00pm.
Hot Springs. 5 36pm.
Charlotte... 9 25am . 10 50pm
Columbia . 12 55pm . 2 15am
Augusta. 402pm . 8 45am
Savannah. 4 30pm. 5 30am
Jacksonville. 9 35pm. 1010am
Atlanta. C. time 3 55pm. 5 20am
Atlanta. C. time 12 OOn'n . 9 00pm
Augusta. E. time 130pm. 7 00pm
Columbia. 510pm. 3 20am
Charlotte . 8 39pm . 6 30am
Asheville. 2 30pm .
Salisbury. 9 49pm . 8 2^am
Raleigh. 4 10pm . 5 45am
Greensboro.11 09pm. 10 05am
Danville.12 36am ti 00am 11 45am
Franklin June. 7 <K)am 12 4Spru
Lynchburg. 218am 8 25am 218pm
Charlottesville... 403amjlO 30am 4 12pm
Orange. 11 27am 5 10pm
Culpeper. 11 58am 5 43pm
Chi verton. 12 4<>pni (! 30pm
Manassas . 1 05pm 7 00pm
Alexandria . (I 5Sam 2 Oopn 8 O/ipm
Washington. 713ami 2 20pm! 830pm
Baltimore. 8 23am 4"<?ji;, 11 25pm
Philadelphia .... 30 3<>am tj 40pm 3 (H'am
New York. 1 23pm! 8 3Spmj 6 20am
Additional local trains, 15 and lb* leave
Washington daily 4 45 p. m.. arrive Or?
ange 7 57 p. m. Returning leave Orange
5 17 a. m., arrive Washington 8 48 a. m.
Dully, except STATIONS. Daily, except
. ?- i* am Ar. Washing, le ; l"> pui.
. if 23 ?m Ar Aleia. ar. 5 05 pm.
4 00pm 7 15aui Ar. Manas, le. ? 13 pm 9 1rMim
5 52am 5 1:: am .\ r. Ft. Boy. ar. 8 21 j>m 4 v>p
800am 455am Ar. Rirertn.ar S37f.m 545pm
700am 4 30atn I.v. Strasbg. ar. 'JOOpm 6 20jj:?
WARRENTON?Trains No& 9, 35. 35.
connect daily for Warrenton. No. 45 daily
except Sunday. Nos. 44. 10 and 3?> daily,
au'l 16 dailv. except Sunday, from Warrenton
F B A N K LIN DI V Is ION- Leave Rocky
Mount daily except Sunday 4 00 a. m., ar?
rive Franklin Junction 6 55 a. m.
Leave Franklin Junction daily except Sun?
day 5:20 p. m.; arrive Rocky Mount 8:20
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Nos. 37 and 38 are composed entirely of
Pullman cars, on which no extra fare it charged
>ver and above regular Pullman charges.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car between New
York and New Orleans. New York and Sa?
vannah, Jacksonville and Tampa, and Ash?
eville. N. C; also Pullman Sleeper between
Washington and Memphis via Atlanta and
Birmingham, and between Washington and
Augusta. Dining Car between New York and
On trains Nos. 35 and 30 Pullman Buffet
Sleepers between New York and Atlanta,
uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for
WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION.
Leave Alexandria from depot at 9 10 a. m..
ind 4 43 p. m. dailv. arrive at Round Hill
11 40 a. m. and 7 10 p. m.
Leave W. ? 0. Junction daily 6 37 p. m.
for Herndon. arriving at Herndon 7 43 p. m.
Returning, trains leave Round Hill 0 00 a.
ai. and 3 30 p. m. daily, arriving at Alexan?
dria at 8 23 a. m. and 5 53 p. m.
Leave Lccsburg daily at 7 10 a. m. and
4 00 p. m.
The 9 30 a. m. train from Alexandria con?
nects at Round Hill with stage for Blue Ridge.
BerryviUe and Winchester, and at Lcesburj:
with stages for Aldie and Middleburg.
The 9 10 a. rn. train and 4 43 p. rn. train
from Alexandria connect at Vienna with
stages for Fairfax Courthouse.
Through tickets on sale at the principal
stations to nli points. For rates or informa?
tion applv to any agent of the company or to
W. A. T?RK, G. P. A.. Washington. D. C.
S. H. HAEDWICK, A.G.P.A., Atlanta.G*.
J. S. B. TH< IMPSON, Supt, Rich'd., Va.
W. H. GREEN, Gen. Mgr., Washington.
J. M CULP, Traffic Mgr. Washington.
JAMES F. CARLIN & SONS,
NO. 315 KING STREET,
Hardware, Cutlery, Wagon Wheels,
Guns, Nails, Steel and Iron Rinia, Shafts,
Hubs and Spokes,
BARBED FENCING WIRE. BALING TIES
Telephone call 80.
- CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
nPHE PRESENT DEPRESSION IN
1 THE MUNKV MARKET is felt in
all branches of business, and buyers art
looking for bargains before parting
with their money. We have marked
all our goods with as small a margin as
is possible: yet, notwithstanding this
fact, we will, during the MONTH OF
J ULY, oiler a special
DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT,
for all CASH PURCHASES on the fol?
lowing classes of goods:
Haviland French < hina, including a
recent importation of blue and violet
decorated Tea rfets : Banquet Lamps
(some beautiful new styles), silk shade-,
gold liuish, metal ornaments (entirely
Dew): Cut Glass, all Fancy Ornaments
and Bric-a-Brac, Ice Cream Freezers,
Water Coolers^and Refrigerators.
We are also closing out a line of Por
celaine to make room for a new line of
this ware to arrive soon. This is only
a small lot, but if in the following list
you see anything you need it will pay
you to buy, as the price is a sacrifice to
close out tbelgoods.
Sugar Bowls, Fruit Stands, Salad
Bowls, Waste.Bowls. Ind. Butters, Cov?
ered Butters, Entice Tureens and Boats.
Tea Fots and Bread Plates. All plain
White & Johnson Brothers' English
We invite you to call and see these
goods aDd make your selections early,
as there are some rare bargains utlereU
in this sale, and the early buyers get
the pick of the lot. Positively no goods
will be sold on credit with the 10 per
Store closed at 6 p. m., iSaturdavs ex?
cepted. E. J. MILLER & SON,
o!7 KiDg street.
HINE & HUNGARIAN RED WINES in
stock and for sale by
H. C. WALLACE,
900 King street.
PENNSYL V A N 1 A
Station corner Oth and B sts., Washing
In eirect June 24. 1894;
10:30 A. M. PENNSYLV \NIA LUIT] I
Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking an I
Observation Car-: Harrisburg to < ..
Cincinnati. Indianapolis,- Cleveland i
ledo. Bud'et Parlor i'?r to Harri-'.
10:30 A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Knffet
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Parlor and
ing Cars Harrisburg to Pittsburg
3:15 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. L0TJ1
PRESS?Pullman BurTet Par' .: Carl
nsburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Ha:::=.
burg to St. Louis, Cincinnati. Lou
7:1" P. M. WEST ERN EXPRESS Pu
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harris
Cleveland Dining I ar to Chicago.
7:10 P.M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dining I ars -?
Louis, und Sleeping Cars Harrisl
10:40 P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pu
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 A.M. for Kane, Canandaigua, I;
ami Niagara Fails daily, except Sun
10:30 A.' M. for Elmira I
dailv. except Suudav. For Wil?ai
daily 3:15 P. M.
7:10 p. M. forWniiamsport, Rochi tei
lo S".nd Niairara Fails daily, except -
day. with Sleepiug Car Washing
10:4" P. M. for Fr;... rjuj.f.e-v-:,. .
and Buffalo daily, and Niaga i "*- ?
except Saturday, with Sleeping Car*>\
ington to Eiwi ra,and Saturdays ;.
ington to Rochester.
FOE PHILADELPHIA, NEW VORK
4:00 P. M. "C0N< i RESSIi >N VI. Mil
all Parlor Cars, with Dining Carl
more, for New York daily; for Pn .
7 20. 7 55* Dining Ca: . !"?:<*>. \" '.
Car) and 11 00A. M.. 12 15, 3-15
10 00, and 11 35 P. V.. Or. - r ? ; .
7 55 (Dining Gar . 9 00, U00 j '
12 15. 3 15. 4 2<i. 10 00 an I ', I "?
For Philadelphia only. Fas: Espn '. r,
A. M. week days. Express, 2"i
5 40 P. M. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7 50 \. ;,;
week days, and 3 15 P. M. ?'..:';?
Saratoga Express (Through Bullet Pari
!?oo A. M. w?ek days
For Atlantic City 9 00 ?atui
0 40, 11 DO A. M.. 12 15 p. M.
Suudavs 12 15 I' M.
For Baltimore *l 25, 7 20, 7 51'. 7 '?"
9 40,10 30, 11 00. and li e
12 15.2 01. 3 15. 4 00 iim
4 36,5 40.614, 7 10,10 00, LO .
and 1135 P. JL On. Sundav 7 20
9 00, 9 05, 10 30, and 1100 'A
12 15. 1 15. 2 01. 3 to. 4 ?<>
4 20. 5 40. 6 14. 710, 1000, 10 4
11 35 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line 7 20 A. I ?
P. M. daily except Sunday.
For Annapolis 7 2*o, 9 oo a:.,! 11 ."" ?
and 4 20 P. M. daily exi
Sunday 9 00 A. M. and 20 P
Atlantic Coast Lin. Expri s t
Jacksonville and Tampa. 4 30 .'.
P. 31. daily. Richmond and Atlanta - ;>
P. M. iltify. Richmond:only, lO?T A. JI.
AceommcKlation for Quantico 7 45 A. M,
dailv and 4:25 P. M. v.vck d.v.-s.
For Alexandria 4 30, 6 35, 7 45 -
10 57 and 11 50 A. M? 12 5o. 1 4 < -
4 25, 5 0?'?. 5 37. t> 15, S <;2. LO OS i
11 39 P. M. On Sunday at 4.30, 7 4.:
9 45 A. M. and 2 45. 615; SO'J
10 05 P. M.
Leave Alexandria for Washington l
7 05, 8 00. 9 10. 10 i 5. and LO 2S
100,215.3 00. 3 23. 5 oo. 5 ::
7 00, 7 20. 915,10 52 and 11.
On Sundav at 6 43, 910 and 10 2s
A. M.. 2 15. 5 30, 7 ?X?, 7 20, ?l
10 52 P. M.
Ticket office, northeast corner of
Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, and .*. the
station, Sixth and B Streets, whore ord
be left for the- checking of baggage 6
tion from hotels and residences.
S. M. PREVOST, J. R. WfH
General Miimiger. General Passenger A ? I
NO. 701 KING STREET.
Representing the following first-class lire
PHCENLX, of London.
WESTCHESTER, of New York.
NEW Y RK FIRE UNDERWRITES
NORTHERN, of London.
PHCENLX, of Brooklyn.
Soliciting the patronage of the pal
promise the most careful attention to
in ess entrusted to mo.
Practica] Machinists and Engim?
And Builders of
MARINE AND STATIONARY EN' INES.
BIsrksmithing and Steam Fittinr En
gineers'and Machinists'Supplies, ind-a ? i*
of mill work and that connected witl
work promptly executed. Repairing prompt?
ly done. J. &H. AITCHESON,
aylO 116 King st., Al ?.
M. S. MOORE,
Machinist, Iron and Brav Founder,
SHIPSMITH AND BLAl IE
(OLD DOMINION WOBKS
SOUTH UNION STREET. ALEXANDRIA
Will furnish and repair all kinds ??:' M.n ? ???<?
ry. Iron and Brass Castings
Cast Iron Fences, Mil! Wi :k Sh
smithing. Edge Tools, Mill Picks,
mers, ami ail kinds of Mill Work i
paired at the shortest noti.e and at : 0
l??r The highen marke:;-:
Wrought and Cast Iron, line- an ?
WHAT TO EAT?
We not only strive to make
goods, but we are particular to -"?
our manufactures are pure, wli
Yiliage Mixed, Pi
Roosters. X -
are new goods just:being inti
the retail trade. Try a sample, i
by Alexandria mechanics and n
an Alexandria building, taxed in
paired in Alexandria, with A
tal; delivered in an Aiexsndi
by an Alexandria man. who
dria bought harness, fed and
and advertised in Alexandria m '?
If by any chance our repn
look you, a postal will insure y -r '
these goods and prompt servil e.
GEORGE R. HILL & CO
feb3tf_216 tc 222 N. Lee Strccj
RED WARRIOR CH".-';<i.'>
Disston & Sons' celebrated Sa?
and Iron Nails. Diamond State R ' i
Bar Iron Steel and Wagon Goods
which we carry full stocks a
low. JAS. F. CARLIN & \
THE "FAVORITE" or the ' - ? ?' ' ;
LAWN MOWER will cut y
give your Lawn the appearance ol ?<-?"?'
Prices from $4.50 to $10.
JAS. F. CARLIN 4 B ftS
MAXIMUM, Minimum. I Lm
Dairy and Brewers ?
Hydn meters. Aneroids. Ba?ome?n -
tale by E. S. LEADBEATE^ 4 *