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MONDAY EVENING, JULY 12 Dogs and Default.?Ao ingenious observ er of things in general has traced an unexplain ed oooaectiou between the default on the July interest of the Virginia and Tennessee debts, sod the immense number of dogs in those 8tatea?averaging three to each voter, it is Raid. The idea is fantastio enough, but not wholly without reason. A State that supports three dogs to every male adult could hardly be expeoted to meet all other current expenses io tight times like these. Persons who, with Mr. Bergh, believe in the free multiplication and perpetuation of the canine race, doubtless think the money well expended, and that creditors should whistle for their July interest, while the dogs replenish the earth. \Ves-h;:uld not charge Ibis failure on the superabundant dogs of Vir ginia and Tennessee, but rather on the general financial debility from which so many of the States, with most of their inhabitants, are suf feren at present At the same time it is worth noting that the poorer people are the more dogs they own, as a rule; and the converse ol the proposition is undoubtedly true. The enor mous exoess of dogs in parts of the South is one evidenoe of the poverty which rules among ihe people there. Joking aside, it is indisput able that the dog-raising mania of Virginia, TeDQessea and North Carolina has been deadly to the wool-growing interest in those States. Id that sense they have been made poor by iheir canine indulgences.?N. Y. Journal of Commerce. ^"OTICE TO C1TYTAX PAYERS." Collector's Office, J Alexandria, Va., July 1, 1875 j The attention of all parties interested is re spectfully called to the following provision in the Revenue Bill of 1875, viz : "The Collectors of Taxes shall make a discount of five per cent on all tax bills paid in ftill by the 16th of July; of four per cent on all such paid in full by the 1st of August; of three par cent on all such paid in full t>y the 1st of -September; of two per cent on all such paid in full by the 1st of October, and of one per cent on all such paid in full by the 15th of October, 1875, and shall furnish tho Finance Committee with a list of the names, dates and discounts al lowed in all cases as aforesaid ; xor the amounts of which discourrts they shall have credit." Office: Room No. C Royal street front, Mar ket Building. JOHN T. HILL, Col. N. Dist. jy 1-tAl S. K. FIELD, Col. S. Dial Refrigerators, NURSERY REFRIGERATORS, WATER COOLERS, COOLER STANDS, PATENT FREEZERS, TIN TOILET SETS, WAITERS. PLATED WARE, CUTLERY. BASKETS ol every description, TIN WARE in every variety, WOODWAKE and BRUSHES of every kind, lor sale low at A. H. NOTT & BRO'S., my 24-3m No. 69 King St., Alexandria. THORN'S INFALLIBLE OINTMENT WLLL CURE ERYSIPELAS, SCROFULA, TETTER, RING WORMS, BARBERS' ITCH, Or any other eruption of the skin. Just received and for sale by je 19 WARFIELD & HALL._ ^TPRETZFELDER & BENDHEIM'S. Beautiful patterns of HAMBURG NET for overskirts, with LACES to match. New styles of FRENCH, CORDED and PLAIN LAWNS. Also a beautiful line of LAWNS at 12J cts. per yard. je 18 RAVELLING BAGS. Just received our third supply of Travelling Bags and Satchels, all sizes, which wo are oti'er ing at very low prices. FERGUSON & BRO., Je 24 96 King street. P~OTOMAO HERRING! POTOMAC HERRING! 150 bbls Roe Herring, 100 bbls and 60 half bbls No. 1 Roe Herring, and 50 kits Spiced Shad Roe, in store and for sale at the lowest market price by W. A. JOH1SSON, je 9 No. 44 cor. Pitt and Queen sts. U~~ SE THE IMPERIAL FRENCH GREEN. It i? not poisonous; it is finer in texture; has more body, and is the most brilliant in the world. For sale by B. F. PEAKE & CO., jy 2 187 King street. PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS. June 28th, 1875. Another invoice of those choice goods just re ceived from the manufacturer. 1). F. BRASHEAR, Je 28 109 King street, Alexandria, Va. E ASTERN FISH B lOO barrels prime ROUND SHORE HER RING in store and for sale by my 31 HOPE & JOHNSTON. BOB WHITE, Westward Ho, Gravely and Durham Smoking Tobaccos, just received and for tale by GEO. McBURNEY & SON. Jo 25 lt36 and 170 King street. HUBBELL'S SEA SA.LT, lor producing a real sea water bath in your own room. Alio Perfume Atomizer, a valuablelittle instru ment for perfuming clothing, &c. For sale by je 29 E. S. LEADtfttATER & BRO._ BENSON'S CELERY and CHAMOMILE PILLS. These Pills are prepared expressly to cure Headache, Neuralgia and Nervousness. For ?ale by [je 30] WARFIELD & HALL. ' CLOTH, UASSIMERE and LINEN SUITS made to order. Satisfaction guaranteed in ?very caie. Prices very low. Stock largo, je 5 D. F. W1TM ER CO. _ TWIN BROS'. YEAST CAKES are the best If you want good bread use no other. For tale by GEO. McBURNEY & SON, ftp 16 100 and 170 King street. UTTER?20 tubs New York Goshen But ter for sale by THOMAS PERRY, ap 28 17 King street. DROPPING TU BKS; also Glasses for meas uring tea and tablespoonfuls; very useful in ft sick chamber; for sale by je30 E. S. LEAD BEATER & BRO. FOR fine Imported and Domestic WINES and LIQUORS go to l*EU McBURNEY & SON'S, ^_ftP 6 166 and 170 King stroot. /CROQUET! CROQUET! KJ At $1.60 per set at GREEN'S NOTION HOUSE 6 and Croquet Manufactory. IMPORTED CRYSTAL LRNSE SPECTA CLES?Remember, at 25c only. Can be had at the agency at my 25 GREEN'&NOTION HOUSE._ SPLENDID LINE OF NEW CALICOES, carefully selected, just in by express. jy 10 D. F. WITilER CO. WHITE VICTORIA LAWNS, from 12ic up, cheap, at jyJO D. F. WITMER CO._ SMOKERS SAY THE PRAIRIE HEN CI GARS are the best. Try them. For sale by Je 24 . GEO. McBURNEY & SON. SMALL MARYLAND HAMS just received by G. WM. RAMSAY, j? 9 Corner King and St. Asaph sts. CHEAP SHIRT FRONTS?Another large lot of those cheap all Linen Fronts from 16>c ap. [my 29] D. F. WITMER CO. MIXED PICKLES by the quart in store and for sale by W. F. BROOKES, _ jej> 147 King stieel. YORKSHIRE RELISH, the best and cheap est sauce in the world, for sale by _ Je 11 WM. F. BROOKES, 147 King st. Blue new Orleans linen PLAIDS, two styles, just opened, jy 10 D. F. WITMER CO. FJUYCY GOODS. WHITE DRESS SHIRTS, . COLORED SHIRTS, LINEN SHIRTS, ?AT? (Jreen's JIot'on House> 76 KINti STREET. Made to order by measurement by the largest and most successful Shirt Manufacturing House in the United States, established ovor thirty years ago. These Shirts are celebrated throughout the entire country. My eight years' experience in the sale of those goods, and our accurate mode of measurement, will Bustttin and increase our already large trade. Thousands of these Shirts are in use in our city and surrounding country. JJ&rRemember, we make any Btyle Shirt de sired, and out of any material designated ; and, farther, our prices are from $3 to $6 less per dozen than any first class Shirts in the market. We furnish a good Shirt, made to order by measurement, at $2.50. Ten days required to make up ordered Shirts. CHAS. W. GREEN ' 76 KING STREET. je 24?eoot CUJYFE C Tl OJYE H P, $c. EEENGLES Ice Cream Parlors AND CONFECTIONERY, 0 129 King street. ap 16?tf CJBiJYET EUUJYiTLHE. JA8. F. MUIR. JOHN A. MUIR. JAMES F. MUIR A BRO., [Successors toWm. H, Muir & Son,] Manufacturers of and Dealers in FURNITURE, 141 and 143 KING STREET, ALEXANDRIA VA. A largo and fine stock always on hand, jy 31 JAMES H. DEVAUGHN, Manufacturer and Dealer in FUENITUEE, No. 130 King street, ALEXANDRIA, VA. LOOKING GLASSES, HAIR, COTTON TOP AND HUSK MATTRESSES, kept constantly on hand and made to order at reasonable prices. In order to secure prompt attention orders should be addressed to JAMES H. DEVAUGHN, my 18?tf No. 130 King street. STEPHEN A. GREEN. JAMES E. GREEN. Q.REEN & BROTHER S STEAM Furniture Works and Saw Mill ALEXANDRIA, VA. Having fitted up our factory with the lates and most approvod machinery, we are prepared to furnish all kinds of HOUSE, OFFICE and SCHOOL FURNITURE at the very lowest rates: and are also prepared to do all kinds of SAWING and TURNING, MOULDING PLANING and CARVING in our line. Wanted, in exchange for the Furniture, Wal nut, Popular, Oak, Maple, Birch and Cedar Logs. je 8-tf FOR SPRING AND SUMMER J. P. CLARKE, NO. 168 KING STREET. NEW PAPER HANGINGS AND IN TERIOR DECORATIONS. The largest, best, and most beautiful assort ment of New Wall Papers, Window Curtains and Interior Decorations, suitable for Parlors, Halls, Chambers and Dining Rooms, surpassing in quality and price any goods in this line ever offered in this city. ap 15 BOOTS J1JYD SHOES. SPRING TRADE, 1875. W. B. WADDEY, 74 King street, ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Large and superior stock of LADIES', GENTS', MISSES', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, which have been selected with groat care and especially for my trade, and which can therefore be offered with a certainty of satisfying all who may purchase as to quality of material, stylo of finish and price. On hand a large stock of BOOTS, SHOES 1HD BROW SUITABLE yOR THK COUNTRY TRADE, which will be sold at prices that will compote with Northern houses and superior in quality. Great caro has boon bestowed upon the selec tion of my stock, and purchasers may rely upon getting goods of a superior quality. ijibertil terms will be made to the trade, and orders from the country solicited, with a guarantee of satisfaction. mh 11 W. B. WADDEY, 74 King st. FIJYAJYClJiL. "W. D. CORSE, STOCK, EXCHANGE AND COLLEC TION BROKER, Will deal in Gold and Silver Coin, State, City and Railroad Securities. Will execute orders for any Stocks or BondB on the Stock Boards of New York or Baltimore on commission. Virginia Coupons, roceivablo for taxes, tor Agent for the MUTUAL LIFE INSUR ANCE CO., of New York. jy 2 B URKE & HERBERT, Dealers in GOLD, GOVERNMENT BONDS, LOCAL STOCKS, AND ALL FIRST-CLASS RAILROAD BONDS and other good investment securi ties. have for sale VIRGINIA COUPONS, receivable for taxes. ALEXANDRIA CORPORATION SIX PER CENT BONDS. Any information in regard to investments cheerfully given. my 21 ICE DEALERS. ICE! ICE! ICE! A full supply of NORTHERN ICE, from the clearest of water, and of unusual PU RITY and solidity, constantly un hand. Persons desiring to secure their summer's supply of the article, absolutely FREE FROM ALL impurities, and at REA SON ABLE RATES, can do so by leaving their orders at my office, or by arrangement with my drivers. F. A.. REED, ap 21 JANNEY'S WHARF. Having this day disposed of my business in the city of Alexandria, Va., to Mr. O. W. YUNDT, I would respectfully return thanks for the pat ronage bestowed upon me, and ask a continu ance of the same for Mr. Yundt, who will carry on the business under the name of YUNDT'S EXPRESS. All parties having claims against me will pleaso present the same. GEO. W. KNOX, Proprietor Knox's Express. I HOPE THAT WITH MY FACILITIES for continuing the expross business, and with strict attention, I may have a continuance of the patronage of the public. Baggage and freights called Tor and forwar ?ed to all points. Office No. 7 north Washiugton street. O. W. YUNDT, je 16-lm Proprietor Yundt's Express. B00TS & SHOES. We, the undersigned, respectfully solicit your examination of our I before you spend a dollar elsewhere in our line, and earnestly believe if you will remember this invitation and call and see us, it will bo money in your pockets and good lits on your feet. W. B. WADDEY, 74 KING STREET. ap 2?tf NATIVE camphor" Sublimed and Compressed. The best Camphor in use for medicinal pur poses. THE GREAT MOTH destroyer-THE GREAT disinfectant. This Camphor is sublimed by a new process into pure and beautiful snowy flakes, and then compressed into convenient blocks. Will last twice as long, and is superior in every respect to the Camphor in use. For sale by WAKFIELD & HALL, mh 16 Corner Prince and Fairfax streets. Black llama lace jackets and POINTS. May 17, 1875.?Received per express this day from New York an invoice of the above fash ionable goods, ranging in price from $8 to $35. D. F. BRASHEAR, my 17 No. li>9 King street. Shovels, spades, forks, scoups, TRACES, RAKES, &c., FOR FARMERS' use?We have on hand a large stock, which were bought at low ligures, to which we invite special attention. Come and see at King St., corner of Royal. mh 30 J. T. CREIGHTON & SON. EGG and BUTTER POWDER, a perfect substitute for Eggs and Butter, in store and for sale by W M. F. BKOOKES, my 22 147 King street. SUGAR-CURED HAMS?S. Davis, jr.'s Diamond brand for sale by Je 14 R. B. LAWSON & CO. CELERY SALT, a delicious relish, in store and for sale by W. F. BROOKES, je 4 147 King street. LIEBIG'S LIQUID EXTRACT OF beef, a new article, just received and for sale by my 27 E. S. leadbeater & BKO. Thermometers, of various sizes and prices, received and for sale by je 3'J E. S. LEADBEATER & BRO. FINE CIGARS and smoking TOBACCO just received by je 24 GEO. McBURNEY & SON'. SPECIAL ATTENTION?Lace Sacks and Points in Llama, Damace and Pucher Lace, my 29 D.- F. W1TMER CO. GIFT COJYCERT. POSTPONEMENT. FIRST GRAND GIFT CONCERT FOR TBS BENEFIT OF THE Montpelier Female Humane Association AT ALEXANDRIA, VA., ON THURSDAY, JULY 15th. LIST OF GIFTS. 1 Grand Cash GiR $100,000 1 Grand Cash Gift 60,000 1 Grand Cash Gift 2-5,000 10 Cash Gifts, $10,000 each 100,000 15 Cash Gifts, 5,000 each 75,000 50 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each 5'\OOU 100 Cash Gifts, 500 each .. 50,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, 100 each 100,000 1,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each 50,000 20,000 Cash Gifts, 20 each 400,0OO 22,178 Cash Gifts, amounting to $1,000,000 Number of Tickets, 100,000. PRICE OF TICKETS. Whole Tickets Hulves uarters ighths or each Coupon 5i Tickets for Eleven Tickets for The Montpelier Female Humane Association, chartered by the Legislature of Virginia and the Circuit Court of Orange county, proposes, by a series of Grand Gift Concerts, to establish and endow a ' Home for the Old, Inlirm and Destitute Ladies of "Virginia," at Montpelier, the former residence of President Jas. Madison. The Association is under the control of eight trustees, six of whom are elected bi-ennially by the stockholders and two appointed by the Gov ernor of Virginia. References by permission: His Excellency, James L. Kemper, Governor of Virginia; His Excellency, Gilbert C. Walker, ex-Gov.of Va.; Hon. Robert E. Withers, Lieutenant Governor of Virginia and U. S. Senator elect; Hon. Robt. W. Hughes, Judge Eastern District of Virginia; Senators and Members of Congress from Virginia. Governor's Office, Richmond, Julv 3, '74. It affords me pleasure to say that I am well acquainted with a large majority of the officers of the Montpelier Female Humane Association who reside in the vicinity of my home, and i attest their intelligence and their worth and high reputation as gontlomen, as well as the public confidence, influence and substantial means lib erally represented among thom. James L. Kemter, Gov. of Virginia. Aloxandria, Va., July 8th, 1874. My personal acquaintance with a maiority of the gentlemen controlling the Montpelier Fe male Humane Association and the reputation of all of them enables me to commend them as fully entitled to the confidence of the public. No act or representation inconsistent with honor and integrity need be apprehended in the conduct or representations of tneae gentlemen. R. W. Hugues, U. S. Judgo East. Dist. of Va. For full particulars, testimonials, &c., send for circular. Remittances for tickets may bo made by ex press pre-paid, posioffice money ordor <>n Alex andria, Va., or by registered letter, addressed Hon. JAMES BARBOUR, President M. F. H. A., Alexandria, Va. Reliable Agents wanted every where. nov 23?td $20 00 10 00 5 00 2 50 100 00 200 00 Alexandria Gazette J obPrmtingOfl0.ee GAZETTE BUILDING. We respectfully call the attention of our cus tomers and the public genorally to our oxten sive assortment of all kinds of selected with great care, from which we are prepared to execute JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. guaranteeing perfect satisfaction in every par ticular. PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS Juit received trom William A. Drown & Co., of New York, another invoice of these beautiful goods. D. F. BKA^HEAK, my 22 10.) King Btreet. HIKT FRONTS! SHIRT FRONTS ! We have just received a large assortment of the above goods in all grades and at low prices at FERGUSON & BRO'S , my 27 % King street. BUILDERS' HARDWARE, of every qual ity and description. A large stuck on hand at low prices. J. T. CREIGHTON & SON, ap 30 88 King street. C1ATER PI LI 7a r"Fr ING E ? W e have just / received another lot of Fringes, in all the desirable shades; also a tine assortment of Dress Buttons at FERGUSON & BRO'S., my 24 % King street. RAW SUGARS-P. R. and V. P.-at RE DUCED PRICES at G. WM. RAMSAY'S, je 9 Corner King and St. Asaph sts. HP WO, THREE AND~FOUR STRING X BROOMS; also PATENT BROOMS for saie at 147 King street, je 12 WM. F. BROOKES. 8TBAJHBOJJTB. STEAMBOAT NOTICE. After FRIDAY, Jkfliy 28th, the steamboat MARY WASHINGTON will discontinue her daily trips, and make trips on alternate days over the same route, viz : Leaving Washington for Glymont and intermediate landings MON DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS of each week, at 9 o'clock a. m.; returning at 4 o'clock p. m. On those days sho can be chartered for even ing excursions. On TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT URDAYS of each week she can be chartered for day and night excursions. For information apply at the office of the Po tomac Ferry Company, foot of Seventh street, Washington, or on board. my 27 P. H. TROTH, President. MERCHANTS' LINE NEW YORK \ STEAMSHIPS. The line consi o: the following first-class outside steamers E. C. KNIGHT Capt J. K. Chichester JOHN GIBSON ....Capt. W. H Winters Will leave New York EVERY SATURDAY lor this port; and, returning, will leave Alexan iria EVERY FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock. All freight must b? on the dock by 9 a.m. For freight apply to HOOE & JOHNSTON, Agents, No. 2 Prince street. Agent in New York, J. C. KEN YON, I my q] 22t> South st.. Pier No. 41 East river. .WASHINGTON and NORFOLK I STEAMBOAT LINE. SPECIAL NOTICE?The Washington and Norfolk Steamboat Line having purchased the new and elegant steamboat JANE MOSELY, will resume their business on THURSDAY, April 1st. The Mosely will run as follows: Leave Norfolk THURSDAY, April 1st, and Washington for Norfolk, stopping at the prin cipal river landings, EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY thereafter at3 p. m. Returning, leave Norfolk EVERY TUESDAY and FRI DAY' at 3 p. m. For freight or passage, having superior ac commodations, apply to F. A. REED, Agent, mh 2*2 Janney's wharf. SPECIAL NOTICE. POTOMAC FERRY COMPANY. On and afier SUNDAY, March 21s', regular HOURLY TRIPS ok BOTH FERRY BOATS will be resumed on the route between Alexan dria and Washington. On April 1st and thereafter the trips of the Boats will be made from either city according to the following schedule: 7.3M, 8.30. 9.30, 10.30 and 11.30 a.m., and 12.80, 1.30, 2.30, 3 30, 4.30, 0 1)0 and 7.00 p. m. The Sunday trips will be as usuil. S. S. HOWISON, mh 19 President Potomac Ferry Co. BALTIMORE A XL) POTOMAC RIVER STEAMEkS. The steamer EXPRESS, Cxpt. J. T. Barker, will le-tve pier 10, Light street, Baltimore, EVE RY TUESDAY, at 4 p. m. Returning, will leave Alexandria EVERY FR1DAY, at four o clock p. m. The steamer SUE, Capt. James Harper, will leave pier 10, Light street, Baltimore, EVERY THURSDAY, at 5 p. m. Returning, will leave Alexandria EVERY MONDAY, at 9 p.m. Freight will not bo received after 4 p. m. Both steamers will stop e*ch way at their re spective river lartdings. For further information apply to J. B RODE lib & CO. Agents, mh 9 _____ 11 King street. gPEOlAL NOTICE. THE STEAM ER PILOT BOY, [Capt. W. H. Byles,] Jig Will resume her regular trips to Currioman and the River Landings, commencing TUES DAY, March 2d, leaving Alexandria from her wharf at 7:30 a. m every TUESDAY ?nd SAT URDAY; returning WEDNESDAYS and SUM L>A YS. For freight or passage apply to I'\ A. REED, Agent, feb 25?tf Janney's Wharf. ClLYDE'S STEAM LIN E S ) TO PHILADELPHIA, PROVIDENCE AND BOSTON. Steamers leave Alexandria EVERY TUES DAY", and leave Philadelphia EV- . "-rrx ERY SATURDAY, at 12 o'clock from Pier No. 1 North Wharves. This line connects at Alexandria with the O., A. & M. and W. ?fc O. R. Rs., ana at Philadel phia with the new and popular "Iron Line," for Providence and Boston. Freight forwarded with promptness and care, free of commissions. No charge for transfer in Philadelphia, and no wharfage in Boston. Through to Boston in sixty-five hours. Through rates and thiough bills of lading given. Insurance guaranteed at less than usual rates. Agents: F. A. REED, Alexandria. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., Philadelphia. GEO. F. HYDE, Georgetown, D. C. jan 8-tf B O O HS S TJ Tl O.VJK H I\ Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest. SHIPPING TAGS, all sizes, the best and cheapest in the market. Job lot at about one half the usual price. RILL HEADS, all weights and sizes; very much reduced in price. A full line of LETTER, NOTE and CAP PAPER; the cheape.-t goods in the market. New lot of PAPETERIES, of Pieries & Sons' finest?Damask, liep and Granite Grey Papers, with Envelopes to match ; all sizes and shapes. Price 50c to $l.5U each. The LITTLE PRINCESS is a Papeterio of small Paper and Envelopes to match, with ex quisite designs in colors. 40c each. INITIAL PAPER, in boxes; a large assort ment of the latest styles, from 20 to 40c per box TISSUE PAPER, all colors ; Manilla Paper, all sizes; Flat Letter, Cap and FoJio Post. LEDGERS and JOURNALS, full bound, with extra ends and bands; Medium, Demy, Crown and Cap, all sizes, at very low prices; half bound Blank Books, Records, Day Books, Ledgets, Exercise Books, Indexes, Memoran dum Books, Tally Books, Order Books, Pass Books, all sizes. IN K?Arnold's Fluid and Copying Ink, An toine's Copying, Maynard & Noyea', Thaddeus Davids & Co's.,Bixby's, Stephens', Blackwood's, Carter's Melanograpli. Moore's, Dovell's, Cot tage Ink, Carmine ana Purple. COPYING PRESSES and BOOKS,all siz-s, Brushes, Oil Board Pens, Holders, Rulers, and a thousand and one other articles in the station ery lino. OKO. K. FRENCH, my G % King street, Alexandria, Va. AM'O THELJtKiES, ~ FRANKLIN CREIGHTON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDI CINES, PAINTS, OILS, DYE STUFFS, GARDEN SEED, *tec., &c., &c., No. 85 King street, (under Sarepta Ball,) Albxaniiria, Virginia. Physicians' Proscriptions carofully compound ed. Orders will receive prompt attention, mh 21?tf _ ESTABLISHED 1792, S. LEADBEATER & BRO. E. Dealers in PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, GARDEN SEEDS, SPICES, ACIDS, &c., Nos. o and 7 South Fairfax st., aug 2?tf_ _ Alexandria, Va. SAMUEL U. JANNEY. MAHLON H. J ANNEY. JANNEY & CO., Dealers in PURE DRUGS, LEWIS' WHITE LEAD. I Paints, Oils and Varnishes, FRENCH WINDOW GLASS & PUTTY. No. 145 King street. Orders and Inquiries from the conntrj [iromptlv attended to. sep 23?tf W'HITE M ART a BAN and CORDUROY CLOAKING at my 22 _ D, F. WITMER CP'S. ENGLISH and SCOTCH ALE and Brown Stout for sale by 1 je 14 GEO. McBURNEY & SON. RAILROADS. W. 0., VIRG. MIDLAND & G. S. R. R DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. On and after SUNDAY, June 13th, Pi.iset ger Trains will run as follows: SOUTH BOUND. Leave Baltimore Washington 41 Alexandria " Gordonsvillc 44 Charlottesville. Arrive at Lynchburg 44 Danville NORTH BOUND. Mail Train. Leave Danville daily.! 6.30 a. m. 44 Lynchburg ! lJ.3(J " " Charlottesville., 12.66 p. m. 44 Gordonsville.... 2.15 4' Arrive at Alexandria. 6.20 4i 44 Washington.... 7.33 ?' 14 Baltimore 8.15 11 Express. 9 00 p. m 12 2i> n. m. 1.30 " 5 35 41 6.33 " 7 30 " MIXED TRAIN. Leave Lynchburg daily, except Sunday, at 5.00 a. m.; arrive at Danville 11.25 a. m. Leav?i Danville 2.55 p. m.; arrive at Lynchburg 8.5C p. m. This train makes good connection at Danville with Richmond and Danville trains, North and South ; and at Lynchburg, with reg ular Express Train on this line, in both direc tions. WARRENTON BRANCH. Connection between Warren ton and Mail Line, to and lrom North and South bound Mail and South bound Express Trains. MANASSAS DIVISION. Passenger Train daily, except Sunday, be tween Strasburg and Washington. Leave Stras burg J unction 3.55 a. m., arrive at Alexandria 8.33 a. m., and at Washington 9.H0a. m. Leave Washington 4.00 p. m., Alexandria 4.45 p. m., arrive ai Strasburg Junction 0 45 p. m. Good connection at Manassas Junction with Main Line Mail Train, both South and North b'-und. At Washington, full connection with North and West; at Danville, to and from South and Southwest; at Lynchburg, twice daily to Mem phis, Atlanta, New Orleans, Arkansas and Tex as, and, at Gordons\ille md Charlottesville, with double daily tr. in* on Clies. & Ohio R. R., East and West. PULT.MAN SLEFPF.^S rvn through with out chanye between Ilaiti)n<>r> <?.-.</ AY?c Orleans, via Lynchburg K?s. Tonness .e ai.d Atlanta Line Excursion tickets to all the Summer Resorts on sale. Lowest rates to all points G. J. FOREACRfc, Gen. Manager. J. M. BROADUS, ti. 1. a. jo 14 VLEXANDR1A iN- FREDKRlCKiSBURG RAILWAY AND ALEXANDRIA & WASHINGTON RAILROAD ALEXANDRIA AND b'RUDKhlt'KSUV Rli RAILW AY. After JUNE 2, 1375, trains will run as follows : Leave Southward from Alexandria & Freder icksburg depot at 12.07 a. in. Southern Expreis daily, except Monday. The Southern Kx press runs through to RichnunJ without change,con necUng at Richmond for ail points South. Leave Northward fr?,m Alexandria J: Freacr icksburg depot at 3.58 .i. m. Northern Express daily, except Morula}, firoiigl. North and West. The Northern Express run through to Baltimore, without change, connecting with train* on the Northern Central Railway fur the North and Wost. ALKXANDKIA AND WASHINGTON KAILKOAD. After JUNK 2d trains will ru.i as loilows, daily, except Sunday : Leave Alexandria for Washington, from Si, Asaph street depot, at 6.00, 7.0", 8.00, O.t 9, 10.11 and 11.00 a. ui.; and 1.00, 3.')0, 4 00, o.oO, G.00. and 7.00 p. in. Train* leaving at G.O8.0<? and 10 0J a. m. and 5.00 and 7.00 p. m. rn: daily; aii otliors daily except Sunday. The trains leaving Alexandria at 7, 8 and li a.m., 3, 4, G and 7 p.m. connect through to Balti more. The 7 and 11 a. in. and 7 p. Tn. trains connect at Washington with through New York trains. Leave Washington for Alexandria from pas senger depot, cor. Gth and B streets, at i..?Kl 7 00, 8.IK), 9.00, 10.0o, and U.Ot) a. ui.; and 1.00, 3.00, 4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and 7.00 p. in. Trains leaving at 7.1HI and 1UXJ m., nnd 1.0<) anp6 0) p. m. run daily ; ali other? daily except Sunday. Trains leaving Washington at 7, '? and 10a.m. 1, 3, 5, G, 7 and 11:38 p. in. connect with trains from Baltimore. The 7 a.m.. and 5, G and 11.38 p.m. trains deliver passengers from New York. Alexandria and Fredericksburg Railway trains leavu passenger depof, (. or. Gth and B sts., at 11.38 p. in. Southern Express for Richmond and all point? South TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YoRK. Leave Alexandria at 7.00 a.m., and 11.00 a, m., and 4 and 7 p. rn. Leave Washington at 7.45 a. m., and 1.18, 4.53 and 0.08 p. m. Train leaving Alexandria at 4 p. m. connects with train leaving Washington at 4.53 p. in. for Philadelphia, arriving at Philadelphia at 10.45 p. m. Tickets to Philadelphia and Now York can ho obtained at the St. Asaph street depot. GEO. C. WILKINS, Sup't. D. M. BOY'D, Jr., Gon. Pas. Agont. [jo ll> ?y^ASHINGTON & OHIO RAILROAD ?51 AH GS '? drfbrTrT1*1 i SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, BEGINNING APRIL 20, 1875. TWO TRAINS DAILY", EXCEPT SUN DAY, BETWEEN ALEXANDRIA AND RuUND HILL. Leave Washington at 9 a. m. and 4 p. m., arid Alexandria at 9.10 a. in. and 4.10 p. m. Pa?s Leesburg, going westward, at 11.20 a. m. ai<d 0.20 p. m.; and arrive at Round Hill at 12 m. and 7 p. in. Leave Round Hill at 5.20 h. in. and 12 30 p. m.; pass Leesburg, going eastward, at 6 a. m. and 1 10 p. in.; and arrive at Alexan dria at 8.15 a. m. and 3.15 p. m ; and at Wash ington at 8.30 a. m. and 3.3<J p. in. Passengers from Washington will taLo the Wellington and Ohio cars at the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad station at y a. m. ami 4 f. ni., and go througn to Round Hill without change of cars. The 9.10 a. m. train from Alexandria and 12.30 i). m. train from Round Hill connects at Round Hill with Harris' Daily Line ol Coaches lor Snickersville, Berry ville and Winchester; also with Reamer's Line of Coaches, which leave Leesburg daily for Aldie and Middleburg. Both trains, westward, make clise commotion, at Vienna, with Sisson's Line of Stages for Fair fax Court House. Commutation ticket*, 8 ctn. per mile innaal tickets, 860. R. H. HAVENER, ap 20?tf General Ticket Agent. cThIRTS! "SHIRTS! O AT GREEN'S NOTION HOUSE. 70 KinK street. SHIRTS made to order by measurement and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Eight years satisfactory experience. Ten days required to I make them. Made by the largest and m> st suc cessful house in the United States. Thousands are in use in our city and surrounding country. Satisfaction in every case. 1 otter thein $3 per dozen less th?a any other first class shirts in tho market. I furnish a good shirt made to order by measurement at $16 per halfdtzen. In order ing you are at liberty to uame the cotton and linen out of which you wish them made. Call and leave your orders, which will receive my best and promptest attention. CHAS. W GREEN, je 10 70 King street. WHITE WASH BRUSHES, nailed and tied, of assorted sizes, which were male to our order of the best quality of Rus.-ia Bris tles For sale, wholesale aud retail, at fc8 King street, corner Royal. je 9 J. T. CREIGHTON & SON. N EW PURCHASES. Just received DOMESTICS of all kinds, also a beautiful line of Calicos, Cambrics, &c. je 10 D. F. WITMER CO.