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SATriPAY EVENING. AUG. 25 18 4,
. .Arrested by Nicaraguans.?A
schooner has arrived at Colon with
seventy refugees from Bluefields, Mos?
quito territory. They say that the
Nicaraguans have imprisoned eight
American citizens and several British
subjects including the British vice
consul. The country is described as
being depopulated aud business is sai-i
to have been stopped. The refugees
iUto reported that more Xicaraguao
noops are arriving at Bluelields and
that 2,<j(j0 men are due there.
Advices received at New York from
Bl?Vfit Ids, evidently later than those
meivtdat Colon, say that the Nic
?? ruguau troopsare returning from Blue
fields ato! that they reached Greytown
Wednesday, bringing with them a Mr.
Jia'ch, the"British consular agent, and
eight fore:gners as prisoners. It has
alto been announced that a British war
vessel arrived at Greytown Wednesday
New Orleans advices Wednesday
describe the arrest of Mr. Hatch and
the arrest of Capt. G. B. Wiltbanks, an
American, who accepted the position of
judge under the Mosquito government
and of several Mosquito Creoles. Mr.
Hatch succeeded in dispatching a note
to the. Erglish cruiser off Bluefields and
Mr. Scat, the United States consul,
commuuicated with the United Slates
cruiser Columbia. It is believed that
Mr. Hatch is charged with having in?
cited the Jamuieaus to riot and blood?
Back leu's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts.
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheuni. Fever
Sore,-;, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and ail Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaran?
teed to iKjrfect satisfaction or money re?
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
E. S. Lead beater and Sons.
Knights Templar, Old Dominion Command
?ry meets every third Friday of each month
at Masonic Temple.
Eoyal Arch Chapter: Mount Vernon Royal
Arch Chapter meets every first Friday of each
mouth at Ma&onic Temple.
Alexandria-Washington Lodge of Ma?
sons meets on the second and fourth Thurs?
days of each month.
Andrew Jackson Lodge of Masons meets or
the first and third Ti-jrsdays of each month.
Potomac Lodge of Odd Fellows, No. 38,
meets in their hall, on north Columbus street
3very Friday night.
Sarenta Lodge I. 0. 0. F., No. 46, meets in
their hall, on King street, every Tue^iy
Marie} "Encampment, No. 6, meets evoi7
second and fourth Monday at Odd Felloes'
Hall, north Columbus street.
Mechanics' Lodge Knight's of Pythias, No.
3, meets every Thursday night in Pythian
Hall, north Pitt street.
Oriental Lodge Knights of Pythias meets
every Friday night on north Pitt street.
Alexandria Lodge K. of P., No. 73, meets
Wednesday nights at Sarepta Hall, King
Potomac Tont Rochabites moots in Sarepta
Hal) every Friday night.
Golden Light Lodgo of Good Templara
meets in their hall, on south Fairfax street,
every Tuesday evening.
Talisman Lodge Good Templars meets every
Monday night in Pythian Hall, north Pitt
Junior Order Rechabites meets every Mon?
day night at Good Templar's hall, south Fair?
Refuge Council, Sons' of Jonadab, No. 12,
meets every Monday night at Sarepta Hall.
Juvcnilo Templars meets every Saturday
ftftemoon at Good Templars' Hall south Fair?
Champion Castle, No. 5, Knights of Golden
Eagle meets every Wednesday night at Good
Templai's hall, south Fairfax street.
Alexandria Council Roy a! Arcanum meets
n Potomac Hall room, north Columbus street,
aecond and fourth Tuesday.
Belle Haven Lodgo Knights of Honor meeu
every first and third Tuesday in Potomac
Lodge room, north Columbus street.
Robert Andrews Division Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers meets first and third
Sunday in Potomac Lodgo room.
OsCeola Tribe of Red Men, No. 1, |meete
every Thursday night in Sarepta Hall.
Alexandria Catholic Beneficial Society meets
?very Sunday night in St. Mary's Hall, corner
Royal and Wolfe streets.
Young Meic's Sodality Lyceum meets every
Sunday night in their hall on Duke street
Lafayette Lodge, No. 11, Independent Or?
der Mechanics meets Wednesday night at
Pythian Hall, north Pitt street.
Alexandria Council, No. 33, Jr. O. U. A. M.
meets Thursdays at Odd FellowB* Hall, on
north Columbus street
Rathbouo Division, Uniform Rank K. of P.,
meets every other Wednesday at Pythian
Castle, Pitt street
Alexandria Light Infantry meet every Mon?
day night at their Armory, south Royal street
Confederate Voterans meet first Monday
nifcht in each month at Columbia Engine
Sons' of Confederate Voterans meet first
Wednesday in each month.
Mount Vornon Court, No. 7713, A. C. F.
of A. meet every Tuesday night at Pj thian
Hall, north Pitt street
I. 0. B. B. meets first Monday in each
Beth-El Congregation meets first Sunday of
?Opening and Closing of the Mails.
Northern mails close at 7 30 and 9 60 a. m.
and 12 30, 5 45 and 8 45 p.m. Open at
8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 6 30 p. m.
Southwestern mails via Charlottesvillo,
close at 7 50 and 11 00 a. m. and 8 45 p.
m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 3 00 p. m.
Chesapeake and Ohio mails close at 1 50
p. m. and 8 45 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and
3 00 p.m.
Southern mails, via Bichmond, close at
10 45 a. m. and 3 30 and 8 45 p. m. Open
at 8 00 a. in. and 12 30 p.m.
Manassas Division mails close at 7 50 a. ra.
mud 4 30 p.m. Open at 8 00 a. m.
Alexandria and Bound H?) mails close at
8 40 a. m. and 4 00 p. m. Open at 9 00 aan.
and 5 00 p. bo.
Western mails close at 9 45 a. m. and
1230p.m. Open at 8 00 a.m. and 1200 m.
Washington mails close at 7 30 and 9 50 a.
to. and 12 30, 4 40, 6 30 and 8 45 p.m.
Open at 8 00 and 10 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and
3 30 and 6 30 p. m.
Office Hours?Open at 8 00 a, m. Close at
G 00 p. afl Ij
Sunday Hours?Open at 9 00 a. ai. Close
at 9 30 a. m.
Carriers' Schedule?Collections made at
6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 12 20, 3 00 and
5 45 p. m.
Deliveries made at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and
5:00 p. m.
Sunday?Carriers' window open at D 00 and
close at 9 30 a. m
E ABE STILL IN THE PBOCESSION,
and are not willing that any should mako
a greater sacrifice than wo do on
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SC.
Amos B. SlaymaiCeb's
GOOD BOASTED COFFEE, freshly roast
ed at my store, and for sale at25c, at
Prices given over the counter.
Call and see the BARGAINS at
J. C MILBUBN'S,
for Infants and Children.
" Castorf? isao well adapted to children that
[ recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." IL A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The uso of 'Castoria is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Mastyn, D. D.,
New York City.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di?
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your 'Castoria,' aud shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. Pardee, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
Tots Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, TSkw York Citt.
SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, &c
SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, &c.
The reason so many people, even children, now wear spectacles is not because the sight is
more defective than formerly, but that the Doctors and Opticians are more skilful in correct?
ing defective vision. Iam prepared to fill any prescription for compound cylindrical glasses.
I keep a full assortment of the finest and most accurately centered lenses, especially for pre?
scription work. The glasses ought to be the proper size and tho frame fit exactly to the face to
give comfort and good sight. I have the most improved instruments for measuring the pu?
pillary distance to tho eyes, height and shape of nose and width of face. I also keep the me?
dium and lower grade Glasses so I can suit every body in prices. I have reduced the Arun
del 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 offer them at 75 cents a pair. Genu?
ine Brazilian Pebble $2 a pair. Diamond Spectacles, regular price S2, reduced to $1. Smoked
and 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.
HENKY W. WLLDT,
JEWELEB AND OPTICIAN, 106 NORTH ROYAI ST., ALEXANDER
WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM?
On and after JULY 4th, 1893, and un?
til further notice the following ferry sched?
ule will be in force.
Leave Alexandria, foot of King street, at
6 00, 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,
6 30 and 7 15 p. m.
Leavo Washington, foot of 7th street,
at 6 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,
6 30 and 7 15 p. m.
N.B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing
8 30 a. m.
POTOMAC EIVEE LANDINGS?STEAM
EE WAKEFIELD leaves Washington Mon?
days at 7 00 a. m., and Alexandria at 8 00
a. m., for landings as far as Nomini and on
Wednesdays and Saturdays at same hours for
St Clement's Bay and Leonardtown.
C. W. EIDLEY, General Manager.
JOHN B. PADGETT, Agent_
, AILY LINE TO NOEFOLK AND FOBT
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 the wharf at the foot of Prince street
at 7 30 p. m. ?
Returning will leave Norfolk at 6 20 p. m.
Single fare $3. Bound trip $5.
P. B. HOOE, Agent,
No. 2 Prince street.
BURKE & HERBERT i
AITD SXAXZB8 IN
A General Banking business transacted.
Deposits received subject to check at sight.
Letters of Credit and Foreign Exohangs
First National Bank,
Comer Lee and Prince streets.
JOS. BRODERS, President
OHAS. K. HOOFF, Cashier.
Promp attention given to all business, in?
cluding collections throughout the United
States and Europe.
BKNO.NT WHEAT, i
?m. e. mum
Citizens' Nat'l. Bank.
Collections made and. promptly remitted.
All kind* of investment securities a spe?
Directors? B. Wheat, E. L. Daingerfleld,
P. B. Hooe, W. B. fimoot, P. L. Smith._
SPEAK'S CLIMAX BBANDY?vintage of
1876?for aale by
i_H. C. WALLACE.
FVE BABEELLS OF C?CTJMBEB PI CK
J. g. 1GLB?EN.
J A. HUDSON,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND PATENT
1113 King Street.
Entire new stock of everything usually
found in a first-class drug store.
STANDAED PUBITY OF ALL DRUGS
The Prescription Department is in charge
of Mr. EGBERT WAKEHAM. a registered
member of the Virginia Board of Pharmacy.
1 ?JgBNEST L. ALLEN
(Successor to Lunt & Allen(.
N. E. comer King and Washington street*
Evarything usually kept in a first-class
drug store and at lowest prices. All the latest
preparations constantly on hand.
Physicians' prescriptions a specialty._
K 8. LEADBEATEB. C. C. LEADBEATEB.
E. 8. LEADBEATEB, JB, J. LEADBEATEB,
E. S.IEADBEATER & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
105 and 107 south Fairfax street.
Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi?
cines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Spices, Drug?
gists' Fancy Goods and Specialties.
Wholesale agents in Northern Virginia for
J. C. Aycr's Medicines and John Lucas & Co.'s
Tinted Gloss and Prepared Paints, &c.
Manufacturers of Standard Pharmaceutical
Wo have made large additions to onr stock
and are buying leading Proprietory Articles,
Chemicals, &c, direct from the manufacturers,
j We are therefore enabled to supply the trade
with all goods usually carried by a well-ap?
pointed WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE at
prices as low 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?
ARFIELD & HALL,
CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX STS.
Prescriptions a specialty.
English, French, German and Domestic j
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 ; Coxe's Gelatine, Com Starch, Sea Moss
Farine, Spices of all kinds, and a select stock
of all articles sold by druggists at prices as low
as the same quality can be obtained elsewhere.
F. CBEIGHTON & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT.
MEDICINES, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
GARDEN SEEDS. &c
Comer 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. corner King and Washington streets.
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Drags, Cigars
and Cigarettes, Fine Tooth Brashes, Nail
Brashes, German and Domestic Cologne,
Brashes, Sponges, Flesh Straps, &c
? Especial care given to prescriptions.
JUST received a nice lot of MAINE (White
117 King street.
VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the
Circuit Court of Alexandria county, oa
the 21st day of August, 1S94..
Peter Aitcheson and Robert P. Aitchcson,
joint partners, trading and doing business
under the firm name and style of Ait'-heson
?fe Brother, comp'ai Dan ts. vs. B.T.Welch,
jr., and W. B. Hardy, defendant*
Memo : The object of this suit is to en?
force a claim oi' th>s plaintiff against the de?
fendants for the mim of .?2-r> 1.12 with inter?
est on $200, part thereof, from tho 1 1th day
of July, 1894. at least, and to attach tdc fol?
lowing estate of the defendants; viz: The
following describ d lots, picas and psrcels of
lan^, being portions of that sub-div'sioa of
land in Alexandria c iunty, Va, known and
described as Fark Addition to Alexandria, to
wit: Lots 2 to 13 inclusi e, in block No 1,
all of blocks Nos 2, 4, 5, (J, 8. 9, 10 and 11;
lots 1 to IN, inclusive, in block No. 3 ; lots 1
to 13, inclusive, in 1 lock Xn. 7. and lots 13 to
18 in block No 12, all of which said lots,
pieces and parcels of laud are situate in sa d
county of Alexandria, Va., a plat of said
"Park Addition to Alexandria" being of re?
cord amongst the land records of said Alexan?
dria county, Va, in liber N, No 1 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 ihis
court, aad it appearing by au affidavit that
they are not residents of this fctate.?It is
ordered, that the said defcndaut3 appear here
within fifteen days after the due publication
of this order, and do what is necessary to
protect their interest in this Miit: and that
a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in
the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper pub?
lished in the city of Alexandria, once a week
for four successive weeks, and posted at
the front door of the Court House of this
H. H. YOUNG, Clerk.
' F. L. Smith, p. q.
A copy?Teste: H. H. YOUNG. Clerk.
IRG1NIA: In the Clerk's Office of the
Circuit Court of Alexandria county, on
the 16th day of August, 1894.
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 C. Fletcher, Susan E.
Fletcher and James Fletcher.
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 3, in the partition between Birch aud
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, 18H2. and is recorded in
deed book No. 4, liber F, pagelUG of the
land 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 ?th day of Novem?
ber, 1887, and is recorded in deed book No.
4, liber H, page 284, of the land records
of Alexandria county, and to invest the title
to said lands in the heirs at law of William
It appearing by affidavit that Susan Fletch?
er, Charles P..Fletcher, Catharine C. Fletcher,
Susan E. Fletcher and James Fletcher
are not residents of the State of Virginia, it
is ordered that the said defendants appear
here within fifteen days after due pub?
lication of this order and 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, once a week for four
successive weeks, and posted at the frout door
of the Court House of Alexandria county, as
the State directs. A copy?
Teste: H. H. YOUNG, Clerk,
Critcher & Critcher, p. q. aucKJ wiw
IBQINIA: In the Clerk's Office of the
Corporation Court of tho city of Alexan?
dria, on the 3rd day of August. 1894.
William Morris vs. Benjamin Morris, Samuel
Morris, Albert Morris, Barbara Morris alias
Moore, Washington Green and the four
children of Martha Morris, deceased, whose
names are unknown.
Memo: The object of this suit is for a par?
tition of the real estate in this city of which
Rose Morris died, seized and possessed.
An affidavit having hoen made that Benja?
min Morris. Samuel Morris, Albert Morris, Bar?
bara Morris, alias Moore, and tho four
children of Martha Morris, deceased, whose
names are unknown arc non-residents of this
State, it is ordered, that said defendants appear
here within fifteen days after 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 publish?
ed in the city of Alexandria, once a week for
four successive weeks, and posted at the front
door of the Court House of this county.
JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk.
By J. T. Callahan, Dp. CTk.
John M. Johnson, p. q._ang4 w4w
VIRGINIA: In tho 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 Winthrop A. Harvey,
partners, trading and doing business under
the linn name and style of Charles C. Har?
vey & Co. vs. Gustano DcAngelis. Tres?
pass on the case in assuropsit.
Memo: Tho object of this suit is to recover
of the defendant Gustano DeAngelis the sum
of $132.83 and to attach and subject to the
payment of the same the estate or debts ow?
ing said defendant in the hands of tho Farm
era and Mechanics' Insurance Company and
the Planters' Insurance Company, of Alexan?
The defendant, Gustano DcAngelis, 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 tho city of Alexandria, once a
week for four successive weeks, and posted at
tho front door of tho Court House of this
city. A copy?teste:
JOHN S. BEACH, Clerk.
By J. T. Callahan, Dp'ty Cl'k.
E. B. Taylor, p. q._aug2 w4w
TTIBGINIA: In the Clerk's office of the
V Corporation Court of tho citv of Alexan?
dria on the 3d day of August, 1894.
Diana S. Harper vs. William H. Smith, Ser?
geant, administrator of Matilda Heymes,
Andrew J. Harper and Mary H. Harper,
Lillio Heymes, Mary Heymes, Frank Hey?
mes aud Emma Heymes,
Memo. The object of this suit is to subject
the real estate in this city of which Matilda
Heymes died seized and possessed to tho pay?
ment of her debts.
It appearing by an affidavit that Andrew J.
j Harper, Mary H. Harper. Lillie Heymes,
Frank Heymes, Mary Heymes and Emma
Heymes are non-residents of this State,
it is ordered, that said defendants appear here
I 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, and posted at the front door
of the Court House of this city. A copy
teste:? JOHN S. BEACH Clerk.
By J. T. Callahan, Dp. C'lk.
John M. Johnson, p. q. aug4 w4w
FARM WAGONS, a car load of FARM
WAGONS in store and for sale by
_No. 117 King Street
"TUST received from the Manufacturers, the
fj best COSSET in shape, quality and fit
ever offered for 50c; extra long waist, at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB'S.
EVAPORATED PEELED PEACHES, 20c
per pound, at
_900 King street.
CRIMSON CLOVER SEED, new crop, just
received, prices very low.
. ._No. 117 King street
XTLNE IMPORTED BAY BUM, in 1 pint
_?? and in half-pint bottles, or in any quanti?
ty a* wanted. For sale by
S. 8. LEAD BEATER & SONS.
WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND
MOUNT VERNON ELECTRIC RAIL?
Time Table in Effect August 1,1894.
MOUNTJVERN N DIVISION, (Week Days),
Leave Alexandria 6:31, 9:20, 10:25 and
11:25 a- m., and 12:25, 1:25.2:25, 3:06,
3:55, 4:06, 5:06. 7:10* and 8:10? p. m.
Leave Riverside Park 7:03 9:45, 10:50
and 11:50 a. m., and 12:50,1:50, 2:50.3:35,
4:20, 4:35, 5:37, 7:58* and 8:58* p. m.
Arrive Mount Vernon 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 Days),
Leave Mount Vernon 7:10, 9:55. 10:55
and 11:55 a. m., 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, 10:00, 10:59
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.
Anive Alexandria 7:50,10:25 and 11:25
a. m., and 12:25, 1:25, 2:25, 3:25, 4:25,
4:47, 5:20, 5:28, 6:21, 8:25* and 9:25? p.
m. 'Pleasant evenings only.
MOUNT VERNON DIVISION.
[On pleasant Sundays only.]
Leave Alexandria 7:00*, 9:10, 10:10 and
11:10 a. m.. and 12:10,1:10, 2:10, 3:10.4:10,
5:10?, 6:10. 7:10 and 8:10 p. m.
Arrive Riverside Park 7:33* 9:43,10:43
and 11:43 a m., and 12:43, 1:43, 2:43,
3:43. 4:43. 5:38* 6:43, 7:43 and 8:43 p. m.
Arrive at Mount Vernon 7:38* a. m. ,and
' 2:43, 3:43, 4:43 and 5:43* p. m.
Leave Mount Vernon 7:40* a. m., and 2:55,
3:55, 4:55 and 5:45* p. m.
Arrive Riverside Park 7:44* 9:55,10:55
and 11:55 a. m., and 12:55, 1:55, 2:55,
3:55, 4:55, 5:49*, 6:55, 7:55 and 8:55 p. m.
Arrive Alexandria 8:20*. 10:27 and 11:27
a. m., and 12:27, 1:27. 2:27, 3:27, 4:27,
5:27, 6:27?, 7:27, 8:27 and 9:27 p. m.
^Through trains to Mount Vernon will be
run every Sunday. ?
D. W. HOLDEN, Superintendent.
GEO. R. PHILLIPS, Genl. Passgr. Agt
J" C. MILBURN,
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
113 North Royal Street,
Proprietor of the Potomac Brand of Flour,
which is unexcelled.
Coffees Freshly Roasted at Store.
STAND ESTABLISHED 1878.
OBERTSON & BRO.
(McBurney's old stand)
FINE TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS
and TABLE DELICACIES
NO. 700 KING STREET.
Telephone 75 B. Alexandria, Virginia.
HARLES KING & SON,
Nos. 217-223 North Lee street
(Opposite Hill's Cracker Factory).
Sole agents for LUCY HTNTON TOBACCO
ind HAZARD POWDER.
JOHNSON & GOn
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Havo on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX
?d puie Old Rye, Old Cabinet and Monogram
Whiskies; also Baker's and Thompson's Pure
Bye Whiskies, to which they invite the atten?
tion of the trade.
Orders from the country for mercandise
mall receive-prompt attention.
Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country
Produce solicited, for which they guarantee
'he highest market prices and prompt returns.
N. E. corner Cameron and Royal streets.
, (Successor to B. W. Avery),
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
FINE WHISKIES, WINES, Ac.
900 King street.
Prices guaranteed as low as the lowest.
Teldehone No. 30 (private wire).
Goops delivered anywhere in city and vi?
my23_H. C. WALLACE.
w. a. shoot. o. 3. i"bench.
SMOOT * 00,
COAL, SALT AND PLASTER,
Special attention paid to forwarding.
We have on hand a fine assortment of Car?
riages, Buggies, Daytons and Express Wagons;
Also a complete line of Harness of all kinds!
Call and be convinced, as our prices bear in?
SUMMERS & BRO.
The Alexandria Brick Works,
Situated on Hunting Creek,
Are now prepared to receive orders and de*
liver Bricks of all kinds used in the trade on
the shortest notice. Apply to
iL B. KABLOW,
_Secretary and Treasurer.
SUMMER OUTINGS at 6\c at
AMOS B. BLAYMAXEm
Southern Railway Co.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE)
VIEGINIA MIDLAND DIVISION.
Condensed Schedule, in effect May 20, 1894.
No. 37, J No. 9 J No. 35,
Daily. ] Daily. | Daily.
Atlanta, C. time
8 OOanvll 01am
8 25am 11 24am
9 25am|12 00; iii
9 5?am 1- 24 pm
10 40am; 1 00pm
1111am 1 25pm
; 5 30am
, 5 20am
Atlanta, C. time'l2
Augusta, E. time 1
Charlotte .i 8
Manassas . ....
New York. 1
.j 8 28am
.j 5 45am
0 00am: 11 45am
7 OOam 12 48pm
8 25am: 2 18pm
10 30am 4 12pm
11 27ami 5 10pm
. 11 59am!
. 12 40pm|
.I 1 05pm 7 00pm
53am, 2 OOpmi 8 05pm
13am, 2 20pm 8 30pm
23am| 4 *20pm 11 25pm
3?am| G 40pm' 3 00am
23pmj 8 38pm? 6 20am
Additional local trains, 15 and 16 leave
Washington daily 4 45 p. m., arrive Or?
ange 7 57 p. m. Bcturning leave Orange
5 17 a. m? arrive Washington 8 48 a. m.
Eastward, i , Westward.
Dally, except i STATIONS. 1 Dally, except
8 -18 am Ar. Washing, le, 4 45 poi.
. 8 23 nm Ar Alexa. ar. 5 05 prn.
4 00pm 7 15 aiuiAr. Manas, le. 6 l.'i pm 9 -15am
8 52am 5 13 ?m At. Ft. Koy. sr.. 8 21 pin -155p
8 00am 4 55 am Ar. Rivertn. ar 8 37 r. m 5 45pm
7 00am 4 30 ab. Lv. Strrebg. ar.! 900pm 6 20pm
WARBENTON?Trains Nos. 9, 15, 35.
connect daily for Warrentou, No. 45 daily
except Sunday. Nos. 44, 10 and 36 daily,
and 16 daily, except Sunday.from Warrenton
FRANKLIN DIVISION?Leave Rocky
Mount daily except Sunday 4 00 a. m., ar
rivo 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 w charged
over 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 Fork and
On trains Nos. 35 and 36 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?
and 4 43 p. m. daily, arrive at Round Hill
11 40 a. m. and 7 10 p. m.
Leave W. & 0. Junction daily 6 37 p. m.
fer Herndon, arriving at Herndon 7 43 p. m.
Bcturning, trains leave Round Hill 6 00 a.
oi. and 3 30 p. m. daily, arriving at Alexan?
dria at 8 23 a. m. and 5 53 p. m.
Leave Lcesburg daily at 7 10 a. m. and
4 00 p. m.
The 9 10 a. m. train from Alexandria con?
nects at Round Hill with stage for Blue Ridge.
Berryville and Winchester, and at Loesburg
with stages for Aldie and Middleburg.
The 9 10 a. m. train and 4 43 p. m. train
from Alexandria connect at Vienna with
stages for Fairfax Courthouse.
Through tickets on sale at the principal
stations to all points. For rates or informa?
tion apply to any agent of the company or to
W. A. TURK. G. P. A., Washington, D. C.
8. H. HARDWICK, A.G.P.A, Atlanta,Ga.
J. S. B. THOMPSON, Supt., Rich'd., Va.
W. H. GREEN, Gen. Mgr., Washington.
_ J. M. GULP, Traffic Mgr. Washington.
JAMES F. CARLIN & SONS,
NO. 315 KING STREET,
Hardware, Cutlery, Wagon Wheels,
Guns, Nails, Steel and Iron Rims, Shafts,
Habs and Spokes,
BARBED FENCING WIRE, BALING TTF.fi
Telephone call 80.
gg| CHINA AND GLASSWARE._
THE PRESENT DEPRESSION IN
THE MONEY MARKET is felt in
all branches of business, and buyers are
looking for birgains 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
JULY, offer a special
DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT,
for all CASH PURCHASES on the fol?
lowing classes of goods:
Haviland French China, including a
recent importation of blue and violet
decorated Tea Seta ; Banquet Lamp3
(some beautiful new styles), silk shades,
gold finish, metal ornaments (entirely
new); 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
Sugar Bowls, Fruit Stands, Salad
Bowls, Waste,Bowls, Ind. Butters, Cov?
ered Butters, Sauce Tureens and Boats,
Tea Pots and Bread Plates. All plain
White & Johnson Brothers' English
We invite you to call and see these
goods and make your selections early,
as there are some rare bargains offered
in this pale, 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., Saturdays ex?
cepted. E. J. MILLER & SON,
317 KiDg street.
RHINE & HUNGARIAN BED WINES in
stock and for sale by
H. C. WALLACE,
900 Sing street.
Station corner 6th and B sts., Washington.
In effect June '24.1894.
10:30 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED?
Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking an
Observation Car'! Harri.sburg to Chi ag
Cincinnati. Indianajiolis. Cleveland and To?
ledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10:30 A. M. F^ST LINE?Pullman Buffet
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Parlor and Din?
ing Cars Harrisburg tu Pittsburg
3:15 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS F.X
PRESS?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Bar
nsburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars Hai
burg to St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisvi
7:10 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS -p
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harris! . .
Cleveland Dining Car to Chicago.
7:10 P.M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to Si
Louis, and Sleeping Cars Harrisburg i
10:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 A. M. for Kane. Canandaigua, Bo. .. -?.
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:30 A. M. for Eimira and Bi
daily, except Sunday. For Willis
daily 3:15 P. M.
7:10 P. M. for WiUiarnsport, Rochester, B
lo and Niagara Fulls daily, excepi Satur?
day, with Sleeping Car Wasl
10:40 P. M. for Erie, Canandaigua, Bo*
and Buffalo daily, and Niagara Falls I
except Saturday, with Sleeping I nr Wash?
ington to Eimira, and Saturdays only Wash?
ington to Rochester.
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED.'
all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from .
more, for New York daily, for Philadi
7 20, 7 55 (Dining Car), 9:00, 9 40 (Dining
Car) and 11 00 A. M., 12 15, 3 15, 4 20,
10 00, and 11 35 P. M. On Sundav 7 2' >.
7 55 (Dining Car), 9 00, 11 <K) A. M.,
12 15, 3 15, 4 20, 10 00 and 11 35 P. M.
For Philadelphia only, Fast Expn - 7 50
A. M. week days. Express, 2 01 and
5 40 P. M. daily.
For Boston, without change, 7 50 A. M.
week days, and 3 15 P. M. daily.
Saratoga Express (Through Buffet ParlorCai
U OO A. M. week days.
For Atlantic City 9 00 (Faturdavs
9 40,11 00 A. M., 12 15 P. M. week days.
Sundays 12 15 P M.
For Baltimore 6 25, 7 20, 7 50. 7 55, 9 00,
9 40,10 30, 11 00, and 11 50 A. M.,
12 15, 2 01, 3 15, 4 00 (limited i, 4 2l >.
4 36,5 40,614,7 10,10 00,10 40.11 15
and 11 35 P. M. On Sunday 7 20, 7
9 00, 9 05, 10 30, and 11 00 A. M.. and
1215. 115, 2 01, 3 15, 400 (limited).
4 20, 5 40, 6 14, 7 10, 10 00, 10 40 and
11 35 P. M.
For Pope's Creek Line 7 20 A. M. and 4 36
P. M. daily except Sunday.
For Annapolis 7 20, 9 00 and 11 50 A. LI.,
and 4 20 P. M. daily except Sunday.
Sunday 9 00 A. M. and 4 20 P. M.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville and Tampa. 4 30 A. M., :! 30
P. M. daily. Richmond and Atlanta S 30
P. M. daily. Richmond only, 10 57 A.M.
Accommodation for Quantico 7 45 A. M.
dailv and 4:25 P. M. week days.
For Alexandria 4 30, 6 35, 7 45, 8 40. 9 4
10 57 and 11 50 A. M., 12 50,1 40 3 20,
4 25, 5 00, 5 37, 6 15, 8 02, 10 05 and
11 39 P. M. On Sunday at 4 30, 7 ?! 5 and
9 45 A. M. and 2 45, 0 15, 8 02 and
10 05 P. M.
Leave Alexandria for Washington 6 0."i. 6 43,
7 05, 8 00. 9 10,10 15, and 10 28 A. M ..
1 00, 2 15. 3 00, 3 23, 5 00, 5 30. 6 13,
7 00, 7 20, 9 15, 10 52 and 11 08 P. M.
On Sunday at 6 43, 9 10 and 1026
A. M., 2 15, 5 30, 7 00. 7 20, 9 15 and
10 52 P. M.
Ticket office, northeast corner of 13th
Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at tin
station, Sixth and B Streets, where orders < an
be left for tho checking of baggago to destina?
tion from hotels and residences.
S. M. PREVOST, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. General Passenger Agent
NO. 701 KING STREET.
Representing tho following first-clas? tiro
PHCENIX, of London.
WESTCHESTER. of New York.
NEW Y RK FIRE UNDERWRITERS.
NORTHERN, of London.
PHOZNIX, of Brooklyn.
Soliciting tho patronago of the public, I
promise the most careful attention to any bus
iness entrusted to mo. febl6
T & H. AITCHESON,
Practical Machinists and Engin^n
And Builders of
MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES.
Blacksmithing and Steam Fitting. En?
gineers' and Machinists'Supplies, and all sorta
of mill work and that connected with brick
work promptly executed. Repairing prompt?
ly done. J. & H. AITCHESON,
aylO 116 King St., Alexandria. Va,
Machinist, Iron and Brass Founder,
8HIPSMTTH AND BLACKSMITH,
(OLD DOMINION WOKKfi)
SOUTH UNION STREET, ALEXANDRIA
Will furnish and repair all kinds of Machine?
ry, Iron and Brass Castings, Wrought and
Cast Iron Fences, Mill Work, Ship and Blwk
smithing. Edge Tools, Mill Picks, Facing Haw
mors, and all kinds of Mill Work made and re?
paired at tho shortest notice and at reasonanie
The highest market price paid for Old
Wrought and Cast Iron, Braas and Copper.
WHAT TO EAT?
We not only strive to make nice lo?iki:=^
goods, but we are particular to see that all
our manufactures are pure, wholesome an ?
People's Mixed, Palace Mixed,
Village Mixed, Profiles,
are new goods just being introduced thi
the retail trade. Tryasample. They are made
by Alexandria mechanics and machinery, i"
an Alexandria building, taxed insured and re?
paired in Alexandria, with Alexandria capi?
tal; delivered in an Alexandria-made wagon,
by an Alexandria man, who drives Alexan?
dria-bought harness, fed and shod horses,
and advertised in Alexandria newspapers.
If by any chance our representatives over?
look you, a postal will insure your seeing
these goods and prompt service.
GEORGE E. HILL & CO.,
feb3tf 216 to 222 N. Lee Street
KED WARRIOR CHOPPING AXES
Disston & Sons' celebrated Saws, W ire
and Iron Nails, Diamond State Horse Shoea,
Bar Iron Steel and Wagon Goods generally, of
which we carry full stocks, and prices are
low. JAS. F. CARLIN & SONS,
HE "FAVORITE" or the "SUNBEAM'
LAWN MOWER will cut your grass and
give your lawn the appearance of velvet.
Prices from $4.50 to $10.
JAS. F. CARLIN & SONS,
31K Kirr ?trg*fc
AXIMUM, Minimum, Clinical, Standard
._Dairy and Brewers' Thermometers,
Hydn meters, Aneroids, Barometers, &c., for
sale by E. 8. LfiADBEATEB & SON*.