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psia, Constipation,
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This remedy acts wonder?
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Genuine has the Crossed
Red Lines on the wrapper.
.Mi Drill ;ists and General Storekeepers I
: sell it. fcijt get the genuine?
H? !?..'??? Ci'kvic.i'. Ci> ? Baltimore, Md.
Society directory.
Knights Templar, Old Dominion Command
try meets every third Friday of each month
at Masonic Temple.
Eoyal Arch Chapter: Mount Vernon Royal
Ar.-' \ : ?- (. very tirbt Friday of each
month at Masonic Temple.
Alexandria-?Washington Lcdgo of Ma
bods meets on the second and fourth Thurs
daj s <-f each month.
Andrew Jackson Lodge of Masons meets or
(he &i ?'. and third Thursdays of each mouth.
Potomuc Lodge of Odd Fellows, No. 38,
meets in th< ir hall, on north Columbus street
jTery Friday eight.
Lodg< I. O. 0. F.. No. 46, meets in
ti i ! !.:;. on King street, cvory Tuo^iy
night.
Marley Encampment, No. 6, moots every
nocond end fourth Monday at Odd Follows'
Hall, north Columbus street.
anics* Lodge Knight's of Pythias, No.
3, meet ????>? night in Pythian
HslL north Pitt street
Oriental Lodge Knights of Pythias moots
every Friday night on north Pitt street.
rial ? Ige K. of P., No. 73, meets
j nights at Sarepta Hall, King
street.
Potomac Tent Kechabites meets in Sarepta
Ha'J every Friday night
Gold'].-:? i.'"iL'e of Good Templars
meets in their ball, on south Fairfax street,
overy Tuesday evening
Talisman LodgeG<.Tomplars meets overy
Monday night in Pythian Hall, north Pit}
street
Jnnioi rderBecbabitesmeetscvory Mon?
day nii'bt at Good Tcmplat's hall, bouth Fair
E ;oConn li. Sons' of Jonadab, No. 12,
meeU i very Monday nicht >it Sarepta Hall.
Juv. nile ["emplars meets overy Saturday
*fr irn ?" -it Good T< mplars' Hall south Fair?
fax street
Champion Castle, No. 5, Knights of Goldon
Eaglo meets every Wednes lay night at Good
Templar's ball, south Fairfas: street.
Alexandria Council Boyal Arcanum mwts
in Potomac Hall room, north Columbus street
socond and fourth Tuesday.
Helle Huven Ixxlgc Knights of Honor moots
?very 6rs1 and third Tuesday in Potomac
Lodge mom, north Columbus street.
Robert Andrews Division Brotherhood of
C?oc motive Engineers inci'ts first and third
Sik' Uy in Potomac Lodge roc>m.
Oscoola Tribe of Ked Men. No. 1, j meets
ivory Tli'iisdny night in Sirepta Hall.
A loxand ria t iatholic Beneficial Society meets
Sunday night in 9t Mary's Hall, corner
2oya' and Wolfe streets.
jfoui - Mei-'s Sodality Lyceum meets every
junday night in their ball on Dukcstrout.
Lafayette Lodge, No. 11, Independent Or
Mechanics meets Wednesday night at
"ythian Hall, north Pitt street.
Alexandria Council, No. 83, Jr. 0. U. A. M.
JoetB Thursdays at Odd Fellows' Hall, on
ian b i 'olumbus street.
Raihbone Division, Uniform Bank K. of P.,
icets every other Wednesday at Pythian
'i-tie. Pitt street
andria Light Infantry moot overy Mon
. ?? i ight at their Armory, south Eoyal street.
Confederate Vctorans meet first Monday
. > u each month at Columbia Engine
louse.
Sons' of Confederate Veterans meet first
Wednesday in euch month.
Mount Vernon Court No. 7713, A. 0. F.
" A. meet every Tuesday night at Pythian
Call, north I*itt street
I. O. B. B. moots first Monday in each
jonth.
Beth-El Congregation moots first Sunday of
.?yory quarter. ^
Opening and Closing of the Mails?.
Northern mails close at 7 30 and 9 50 a.m.
lud 12 30, 5 45 and 8 45 p.m. Open at
i <.??:,. m., 12 00 m. and 6 30 p. m.
Lb western mails via* Charlott<wvillo.
at 7 50 and 1100 a. m. and 8 45 p.
a. Oj'ou :it 8 00 a. m. and 3 00 p. m.
and Ohio mails close at 1 50
i. m. and y 45 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and
: 00 p. m.
Southern mails, via Richmond*, closo at
0 45 a. m. and 3 30 and S 45 p. m. Open
.;8 IK) a. m. and Xil 30 p. m.
M:inas3as Division mails close at 7 50 a. m.
tod 1 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m.
Alexandria and Round Hill mails close at
i 40 a. m. and 4 00 p. m. Oi>cn at 9 00 aan.
3ud 5 00 p. m.
Western mails clcso at 9 45 a. m. and
12 30 p.m. Opon at 8 00a.m. and 1200 m.
Washington mails closo at 7 30 and 9 50 a.
1 and 1*2 30, 4 40, 630.and 8 45 p.m.
Jpen at 8 00 and 10 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and
i 30 and 6 30 p. m.
Office Hours?Opon at 8 00 a. m. Close at
? I 00 p. m
Sunday Hours?Open at 9 00 a. m. Close
it 9 30 a. m. '
Carriers' Schedule?Collections made at
> 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 12 20, 3 00 and
J 45 p. m.
Deliveries mado at 8 00 a. m, 12 00 m. and
5:00 p. m.
Sujiday- Carriers' window open at 9 00 and
close at 9 30 a. m
UY A NEW AMERICAN SEWING MA
CH INE, guaranteed equal to any Ma
ithi?c made? ?16. $20, $22, $23 and ?25,
at_AMOSB. SLAYMAKER'S.
T)ICKLKS?Mixed, Sweet, ?.Chow-Chow,
JL Sweet Gherkins and Cucumbers, (very
H C WALLACE,
_900 King street
CANS Off FAIRBANKS & CO.'S POT?
TED HAM or TONGUE for 25c-*t
H. C. WALLACE'S,
_ 900 King street.
(ARM* WAGONS, a car load of FARM
WAGONS in store and forsale by
"HERBERT BRYANT,
No. 117. King Street
^EWTc-EK HAND-PICKED NAVY
BEANS, Pearl Hominy and Hominy
Grits fur sale by
_H. C. WALLACE. 900 King st
RY OUR 50c TEA. Best in town.
H. C. WALLACE.
F
THE GAZETTE.
SATURDAY EVENING NOV. 17. 1?94.
Seekix<j Home Sekkebs.?The ex
e<u live column tee of the Virginia Im?
migration Association met Tuesday
night in the rooms of the Travellers'
Protective Association, in the Chamfer
nf Commerce building, in Richmond
McrJosepb Watlerstein presided. A
it w hs the first formal meeting of ihje
committee, the session was devoted
largely to a general di?JU8sion of the
b -st means of bringing the advantages of
Virginia to the attention of borne seek?
ers. It was decided to write to the
boards of supervisors of the counties
represented in the immigration conven?
tion held in Richmond in October, and j
request each board to make a small up
propriation by the committee of certain
immigration literature. The boards
will also be asked to furnish descriptive
lists of the farms for sale in their re?
spective toanties. Tbe literature ii
ciudiDg extracts from the papers reaa
before'the immigration convention, the
descriptive list referred to, and oiher
matters will be distributed in the
northwest and abroad.
It is probable that the committee will
si nd agents to points from which it is
desirable to secure immigrants, imt
these agents will pay their own ex?
penses. The idea is to select them
from persons who have settled in Rich?
mond, and may return to their old
homes for a \isit.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world tor''uts.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Bheuin. Fever
Sores, Tetter Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Coma, and all Skiii Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, <t n<> pay required. It is guaran
:ced to give perfect satisfaction or money re
Funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
E. S. Lcadbeater and Sons.
ADVERTISING DIRECTORY,
The following houses, whose advertisements
appear in the gazette, will bo found reliable
?nd are commended to the attention of pur?
chasers :
AGRICULTURAL.
Herbei Bryant, foot of Duke street.
BOOK AND STATIONERY.
Robt. W. French. 417 and 419 King street
Dyson & Bro., 508 King street.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
H. L. Simpson's Sons, agents for W. L.
Douglas shoes.
E. Kaufman, s. w. cor. King and Royal sts
BRICKS.
Alexandria Brick Works, Hunting creek.
COAL AND WOOD.
J. R. Zimmerman, foot of Queen street.
W. A. Smoot & Co., Smoot's wharf.
Knox & Robinson. 210 King street.
D. W. Aitcheson, cor. Duke and Fairfax sts
CAKES AND CONFECTIONS.
D. Harrv Appich, 525 King street.
George R. Hill & Co., 216-222 north Lcc
st reet.
Henry Brcnglo, 531 King street.
CHINA WARE.
E. J. Miller & Son, 317 King street.
FINANCIAL.
First National Bank, S. W. cor. Leo and
Prince streets.
Citizens' National Bank, N. W. cor. Lee and
Prince streets.
Burko & Herbort, cor. King and Fairfax
streets.
DRUGGLSTS
E. S. Lcadbcater & 8ons, 105-107 south
Fairfax street.
Warfield & Hall, corner Fairfax and Prince
streets.
VV. F. Croighton & Co., corner King and
Royal streets.
Ernest L Allen, N. E. corner King ami
Washington streets.
L. Stabler & Co., N. W. corner of King and
Washington streets.
DRY GOODS.
I. Schwan & Son, 518 King street.
Woodward & Lothrop, 10th, 13 th, and
F streets, Washington.
J. E. Tackett, corner King and Pitt streets.
Isaac Eichberg, enmer King aud Royal
st reets.
D. Bendheim, 316 King street.
A. B. Slaymakcr, 429 King street
FOUNDEBSAND MACHINISTS. "
J. & H. Aitcheson, 116 King street.
W. S. Moore, south Unian street.
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
H. C. Wallace, 900 King street
W. A. Johnson & Co., corner Cameron and
Royal streets.
Robertson & Bro., corner King and Wash?
ington streets.
J. C. Milburn, north Royal street.
W. A. Smoot & Co., Smoot's wharf.
Charles King. 217-223 north Lee street.
G. Wm. Ramsey, cor. of King and St. Asaph
streets.
HARDWARE.
Jas. F. Carlin & Sons, 315 King street
INSURANCE.
Lawrence Stabler, 701 King street.
John D. Hooo, 128 south Fairfax street.
LUMBER.
Josiah H. D. Smoot & Son, 21 north Union
street,
Smoot & Co., 25 north Union nrcct.
MERCHANT TALLORo.
Wm. Murray, 517 King otreet
SURVEYORS.
H. C. Graves, 309 and 311 King street
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
B. C. Acton & Son, 606 King street.
H. Wildt 108 north Royal street.
VERY Handsome and Complete Assort?
ment of DRESS aud APRON GING?
HAMS at very low figures, at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
BOXES Dunyca's Satin Gloss Saper
*J ior and Corn Starch, received to-day
by_J. C. MILBURN.
EARLY JUNE PEAS, Honey Drop Corn
and the cheaper grades for sale by
H. C. WALLACE. 900 King st.
FIVE BARBELLS OF CUCUMBER PICK?
LES just received by
_J. C. MTLBUBN.
VERY pretty assortment of NECK
TIES, at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'8.
A
B
?
OSTON BAKED BEANS, standard, 3-lb
cans 15a H. C. WALLACE,
_900 King street
LD STAG WHISKY in quart bottles
H. C. WALLACE.
_900 King street
CANNED CORN cheap; 4 cans Nectarine
Sugar Corn for 25 cents, at
_J. C. MILBURN'S.
EXTRA CHOICE NEW DAIRY BUTTER
just received by
_J. C MILBURN.
EVERY FAMILY should have a bottle of
CHOLERA SPECIFIC in tbe house;
price lo cents at LUNT & ALLEN'S.
JUST RECEIVED 10 Bbls. Albemarle
county Vinegar. Absolutelv pure.
_ H. C. WALLACE.
ONEY DROP CORN. 12% cents a can.
_H. C. WALLACE.
H
TTERY CHEAP, Large Cans ROYAL RED
V TOMATOES, Sc.
_J. C. MILBURN.
ABALE of very superior 1-yard wide
COTTON just received at
_AMOS B SLAYMAKER'S.
AFRESH supply of RUMFORD'S YEAST
POWDER just received by
J. C. MILBURN.
MEBjCINAL.
MEDICINAL.
for Infants and Children.
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to mc" IL A. Arcrkr, M. D.,
Ill Sa Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. V.
"The uso of 'Castoria is so universal and
n -.? Its so well known that it seems a work
? .- ipererogation to endorseit. Fewarethe
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
Carlos Marttk, D. D.,
New York City.
The Ckntacr Oohpakt, T7 Murray Street, New York Crrr.
S?SS
Castoria cures Coh'c, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di?
gestion,
Without Injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your ' Castoria,'1 and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
results."
Enwn* F. Pardee, 31. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
SITA ERWARE, JEWELRY, &c.
_J3ILTERWARE^J EWJLRY^
Watches,
JEWELRY; SILVERWARE CLOCKS,
OPTICAL AND FANCY GOODS.
All the latest novelties in Hair
\. pins, Belt Buckles, Side Combs,
Veil and Breast Pins in silver and
aluminum, Umbrella, Hat and
Book Marks.
Watches, jewelry and optical
goods tepaired.
H. W. WILDT,
IOC NOBTH B0TA1 ST., A1EXAKDKJA
coal Amt wood._
200 CORDS OAK AND PINE WOOD
For Sale in Length.
$3.50 pee COED DELIVERED.
Apply to
P. PULMAN & CO.,
825 DUKE STBEET.
nov8 lm
KNOX & ROBINSON,
UEAXKBS IN
(K)AL AND WOOD. hay. OATS. OOBN
AND ALL KINDS OF MILLFEED,
COTTON SEED MEAL, &C.
YAED?Comer Columbus and First streets
Alexandria, Va.
Now is the time to engage your winter sup?
ply of COAL. Call on Knox & Robinson, or
leave your order with
R. F. KNOX,
aug3Q tf_21G King street.
COAL! COAL!
COAL and WOOD
Under cover.
We have just completed nnu of the best ele?
vators for handling coal. Can load a ton of
clean screened coal in four minutes. Wo can
furnish you with the best grades, 2240 lbs.
to the (on at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICES.
Telephone No. 95. Office corner Fairfax
and Duke streets. Yard and elevator at the
wharf iK.twecn Princo and Duko streets. Call
and see. it in operation.
au? 4m_D. W. AITCHESON.
COAL!_COAL!
WHITE AND RED ASH. SHAMOKTN AND
LYKEN'S VALLEY.
From tho famous mines of the
SUSQUEHANN A COAL COMPANY.
I*urc Coal, woll screened. 2240 lbs to the ton.
ALSO
CUMBERLAND, new RIVER AND SPLTNT
COAL.
Families. Public Institutions, and Mann
facturers supplied at lowest market rates.
All orders left at office, 114 south St Asaph
street, telephoned immediately to yards.
J. R. ZIMMERMAN,
Wbr?rf and Yards, foot of Queen street.
QOAL! COAL!
On our wharf and to arrive during the sea?
son a full stock of
ANTHRACITE,
CUMBERLAND and
SPLTNT COALS
of tho best quality and well screened.
Wc will bo pleased to supply our friends
and customers at lowest market price per ton
of 2240 pounds, delivered at houses, cars or
boats. w. A. SMOOT & co.,
Telephone ?all 57.
MACHINERY.
T & H. AITCHESON,
Practical Machinists and Engineers
And Builders of
MARINE AND-STATIONARY ENGINES.
Blacksmithing and Steam Fitting. En?
gineers' and Machinists'Supplies, and all sorts
of mill work and that connected with brick?
work promptly executed. Repairing prompt?
ly done. J. & H. AITCHESON,
my 10 116 King st, Alexandria, Va
t.S. MOORE,
Machinist, Iron and Brass Fonnder,
8mPSMITH AND BLACKSMITH,
(OLD DOKIKTOK WO&KS)
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 Black
smithing. Edge Tools, Mill Picks, Facing Ham?
mers, and all kinds of Mill Work made and re?
paired at the shortest notice and at reasonable
prices.
The highest market price paid for Old
Wrought and Cast Don, Brass and Copper.
CALIFORNIA LEMONS, Cling Peaches,
Apricots, Pears, Damsons and Plums,
canned, just received by
_J. C. MTLBURN.
liASTIC and Ivory Starch, just received
by J. a MTLBURN.
E
E
DRUGGISTS.
RNEST L. ALLEN
(Successor to Lunt & AJlen(.
DEUGGIST,
N. E. corner King and Washington streets,
Alexandria, Va.
Everything usually kept in a first-class
drug store and at lowest prices. All tho latest
preparations constantly on hand.
Physicians' prescriptions a specialty.
?J71STABLLSHF.D 1792.
E S. LEA.DBEAT2R. O. C. LEADBEATEB.
E. B. LSADBEATEB, JB, J. LSADBEATEB,
E. S. LEADBEATER & SONS,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEUGGISTS
105 and 107 Bouth Fairfax strooL
Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medi?
cines, Paints, Oils, Dyo Staffs, Spices, Drug?
gists' Fancy Goods and Specialties.
Wholesale agents in Northen? Virginia for
J. C. Ayor's Medicines and John Lucas & Co.'s
Tinted Gloss and Prepared Paints, &c.
Manufacturers of Standard Pharmaceutical
Preparations.
Wo have made largo additions to our stock
and are buying leading Proprictory Articles.
Chemicals. &c, direct from the manufacturers.
Wc are therefore enabled to supply the trade
with all goods usually carried by a well-ap?
pointed WHOLESALE DEDG HOUSE at
prices as low as those given by tho 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 drags furnished. Corre?
spondence invited._
T^TARFTELD & HALL,
DEUGGISTS,
CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX STS.
r
Prescriptions a specialty.
English, French, German and Domestic
Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne; Mag?
nolia, Hedyoeimia, 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, Corn 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.
w.
F. CREIGHTON St CO.,
Wholosalo and Retail Dealers in
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT
MEDICINES, OILS, DTE STUFFS,
GARDEN SEEDS, &c
Comer King and Royal streets,
Alexandria, Virginia.
Physicians' Prescriptions atremlly com?
pounded. Orders will receive prompt atten?
tion.
L.
8TABLEB St CO.,
(Sucoeaors to E. H. Stabler)
DEUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS,
N. W. oorrer King and Washington streets.
Dealers in Patent Medicines, Drugs, Cigars
and Cigarettes, Fine Tooth Brushes, Nail
Brushes, German and Domestic Cologne, Hair j
Brushes, Sponges, Flesh Straps, &c
Especial care given to prescriptions.
PROFESSIONAL
H.
C. GRAVES,
CITY SURVEYOR,
CTVTL St TOPOGRAPHICAL ENGINEER
Retracing property lines, railroads surveyed,
town sites laid out, levels for drainage given.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Has located at
NOS. 309 and 311 KING STREET
(O'Neal & Lunfs Real Estate Exchange),
where he can be seen in person or reached by
letter. nov9
SPEAR'S CLIMAX BRANDY?vintage of
1876?for sale by
H. C. WALLACE.
BOOKS ANTJ^TATWNIEJR^.^
McCLURE'S MAGAZINE
FOE 1895.
Volume IV Begins December, 1894.
A splendidly illustrated life of Napoleon,
the great feature of which will be Peventy
Fivc Portraits of Napoleon, showing him
from youth to death; also portraits of his
family and contemporaries and pictures of fa?
mous battlefields; in all, nearly Two Hundred
Pictures. Begins in November and runs
through eipht numbers. The eight Napoleon
numbers. ?1.
'I rue Detective Stories by authority from
the archives of the Pinkerton Detective
Agency. Lincoln and Pinkerton iNov. 1894);
the Molly Maguires : Allan Pinkerton's Life .
Stories of Capture of Train-robbers, Forgers,
Bank-robbers, etc.; each complete in one is?
sue, twelve in all.
Miort Stories by W. D. ITowells. Drs. Conan
Doyl<\ Robert Parr, Bret Harte. Rudyard
Kipling, ( lark Kussel). Octave Tbanet. Capt
King, Joel Chandler Harris and many others.
Noted contributors: Robert Louis Steven?
son, F. Marion Crawford, Sir Eobert Ball,
Archibald Foibes. Archdeacon Farrar, Prof.
Druniinond, Thomas Hardy.
Send three 2-ceut stamps for a sample copy
to the publishers,
S. S. McCLTJBE, T.'t'd,
30 Lafayette Place, New York._
THE CENTURY IN 1895!
The CKNTUBY will print during 1895 A
New Life of Napoleon, magnificently illus?
trated, and written by Prof. William M.
Sloane, of Princeton, who has spent many
years in preparing for his work. No matter
bo"r much you already know of Napoleon,
you will want to read th's;?here is the con?
centration of -11 tho lives and memoirs. The
illustrations will be magnificent?Two mem?
bers of the statt'have just returned from Paris,
where they hjive been securing all that is
best of Napoleonic material. New portraits
will be printed, great historical paintings re?
produced, and Castaigne and other modern
artists have drawn anew some of tho great
scenes of Napoleon's life for this history.
In addition to this there will be a New
Novel by Marion Crawford. The title is
'"Casa Bra,-cio," and it is a romance of Italy,
full of human passion and exciting episode.
A New Novel by Mrs. Burton Harrison
will be puMisbed during the year. It is call?
ed "An Errant Wooing." and is a tale of wan?
dering (and love) among new scenes of travel
in Northern Africa and Southern Spain.
Other Features will be papers on '"Wash?
ington in Lincoln's Time,'' by Noah Brooks;
?'The Cathedrals of France," by Mrs. Scuyler
Van Bcnssclaer. with illustrations by Joseph
Penuell. Many more serials will be announc?
ed later.
Rudyard Kipling contributes his First
American Story to tho December number of
the Century,
The price of the Century is $4 a year. ''No
home is complete without it." Begin sub?
scriptions with the November number Ail
agents and dealers tako subscriptions, or re?
mittance mav be made directly to
THE CENTUEY CO.,
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Send for our beautifully illustrated pamph?
let "The Century Co. and Its Work," and
niention where you saw this._
St. Kicholas for Young Folks in 1S95,
Edited by MARY MAPES DODSE.
Plans for the coming year assure even
greater success than in tho past.
Rudyaid Kipling's famous "Junglo Stories"
will 1)C continued in 189.1.
Napoleon for young rcadois.
"A Boy of the First Empire," by Eldridge S.
Brooks, is tho story of a little lad from the
streets of Paris who become one of Napoleon's
pages and finally an aide. It is really a de?
lightful story-historv.
West Point and Man-of-War Lifo. Lieu?
tenant Putnam Writing of cadet life at the
military academy, while Ensign Ellicott of
the llsig-ship "Chicago," will describe the ex?
periences on the modern ships of war.
inspiring Tales for Boys and Girls. Theo?
dore Roosevelt will write a scries to be called
"Hero-Tales from American Hi-tory." Prof.
Brainier Matthews will continue his enter?
taining papers on "The Great American
Authors.'' Stories of Famous Horses in his?
tory and mythology, will bo told by James
Baldwin. Citv Fire Departments will be
treated. "Chris and the Wonderful Lamp''
recounts the marvelous adventures of a mud
em boy who became the accidental purchaser
of Aladdin's lamp and summoned the jinn
while cleaning it. "The Three Freshmen,"
will appeal to every girl; and "Teddy and
Carrots." James Otis's serial of newsboy life,
will be read by every boy. A serial story by
Frames ( ourtenay Baylor is ono of the feat?
ures
Price of St. Nicholas is 25 cents a num?
ber or ?3 ? year. New subscriptions should
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year. Subscribe through dealers, or remit by
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School Books and School Supplies
AT *
Dyson's Bookstore.
KING STBEET, NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
We have a larger stock of New and Second?
hand School Books than ever, and more than
twice as many Tablet Slats. Lock Boxes, School
Bags, and other School Supplies. They ari
the best in quality, tho prettiest in design and
the cheapest in price. Special attention is
called to our largo line of Second-hand School
Books. You can save money on them as well
as on supplies by buying at
S. F. DYSON & BRO., 50S King St
^r-Our Unexcelled Book Covers on every
Book._aug30
SAVE MONEY
BY BUYING
School Books and School Supplies
AT
French's Bookstore,
417 <fc 419 KING STEET.
NEW GOODS,
NEW STYLES.
NEW PRICES.
Don't fail to inspect our beautiful display
of SCHOOL GOODS and learn prices. You
will be surprised to see how far wo can make
your money go.
SCHOOL DESKS and School Room Furni
turo of all kinds, including Principals' and
Tcachors' Desks.
The trade supplied with all American Edu?
cational Publications.
Lowest prices, prompt and careful service
Our GENERAL SCHOOL BOOK CATA?
LOGUE will bo mailed on application.
ROBEBT W. FBENCH.
THE GENEVA MINERAL WATER
Strongest Natural Lithia Water. A sov?
ereign remedy for Kidney, Bladder and Liver
trouble, Indigestion, Gout Rheumatism and
all uric acid troubles, and will positively dis
olve stone in the bladder. For sale by
WARFIELD fc HALL,
_Cor. Prince and Fairfax streets.
"VTOTICE.?We are opening up for the fall
_L^l a complete line of DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS. NOTIONS, Ladies', Gentlemens' and
Children's UNDERWEAR, &C, NECKWEAR,
COMFORTS, BLANKETS, &C.
AMOS B. SLAYMAKER,
_ 429 King street.
FLOWER POTS?We have a new lino of
Flower Pots at a very low price. Take up
your flowers now. A full line with or with?
out the saucers, for sale cheap.
E. J. MILLER & SON,
__>_317 King street.
AFULL LINE OF COMFORTS at very
low prices at
_ AMOS B. 3LAYMAKER'8.
HONEY DROP CORN 12V; Nectarine
Canned Corn Gc. J. C.MILBURN. I
KAII.KOADS.___
PE N N S Y L V A N I A
RAILROAD.
Station comer 6th and B sts., Washington.
!:: . rod June 24. 1894.
10-30 A.M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED?
Pnllman Compartment Sleeping, Dining,
Smoking and Observation Cais Harrisburg
to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleve?
land and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to
Harrisb irg.
10:30 A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet
Parlor ('a; ro Harrisburg. Parlor and Din?
ing Cars Harris' nrc to Pittsburg.
3:15 P.M. ? IIHMiu AND ST. LOUIS EX?
PRESS?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Har?
risburg. Sleeping and Dining Cars llarris
imrg to St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville
and Chicago.
7:10 P.M. WESTERN EXPRESS?Pullman
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harrisburg to
Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
7:10 P.M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS?
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Oars to St.
Louis, and Sleeping Cars Harrisburg to
Cincinnati.
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
7:50 A. M. for Kane. Canandaigua, Rochester
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday.
10:30 A. M. for Elniira and Eenovo
daily, except Sunday. For Williamsport
daily 3:15 P. M.
7:1<> P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester, Buffa?
lo and Niagara Falls daily, except Satur?
day, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Rochester.
10:10 P. M. for Erie. Canandaigua, Rochestoi
and Buffalo daily, aud Niagara Falls daily,
except Saturday, with Sleeping Car Wash?
ington to Elniira, and Saturdays only Wash?
ington to Rochester.
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
THE EAST.
4:00 P.M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED,'
all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Balti?
more, for New York daily, for Philadelphia
week davs.
7 20. 7 55" (Dining Car., 9:00, 9 40 (Dining
Car) and 11 OOX. M., 12 35, 315, 420,
10 <X), and 11 35 p. M. On Sunday 7 20,
7 55 (Dining Car), 9 00, 1100 A. M..
12 15, 3 35. 4 'JO. 10 (X) and 31 35 P.M.
:-'or Philadelphia only, Fast Express 7 5<>
A. M. week days. Express, 2 01 and
5 40 p. M. daily.
Tor Boston, without change, 7 50 A. M.
week davs, aud 3 15 P. M. daily.
For Baltimore 6 25,7 20, 7 50, 7 55, 9 00.
!; 40,10 30, 31 00, and 11 50 A. IL,
32 35.2 01. 3 15, 4 OO (limited), 4 20,
4 36,5 40. 614, 7 10.10 00,10 40,1115
and 11 35 P. M. On Sunday 7 20, 7 55,
9 00, 9 05, 10 30, aud 11 00 A. M., and
12 15, 1 3 5, 2 01, 3 15, 4 CO (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. M.,
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? 3 30
P. M. daily. Richmond aud Atlanta 8 30
P. M. daily. Richmond only, 10 57 A. M.
week-days.
Accommodation for Quantico 7 45 A. M.
daily and 4:25 P. M. week days.
For Alexandria 4 30, 0 35, 7 45. 8 40. 9 45,
-10 57 and 11 50 A. M., 12 50, 1 40. 3 20,
4 125. 5 00, 5 37. 6 15, 8 02. 10 05 and
11 39 P. M. On Sunday at 4 30, 7 45 aud
9 45 A. M. and 2 45, 6 15, 8 02 and
10 05 P. M.
Leave Alexandria for Washington 6 05, 6 43,
7 05, 8 00, 9 30, 30 35, and 10 28 A. M?
1 00, 2 35. 3 00, 3 23, 5 00. 5 30, 6 33,
7 00, 7 20, 915.10 52 aud 3 3 (>8 P.M.
On Sunday at ? 43. 9 10 and 10 28
A. M.. 2 15.5 30, 7 00, 7 20, 915 and
10 52 P. M.
Ticket otiico, northeast comer of 13tb
Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, and at the
station. Sixth ami B Street?, where ordori ? ..
bo left for the checking of baggage to destina?
tion from hotels aud residence'-.
S. M. PREVOST, J. it WOOD,
General Manager. Genera' Pal i
BOOTS AND SHOKS.
Doucla;
IS THE BEST.
NO SQUEAKING.
$5. CORDOVAN,
F3ENCH& ENAMELLED calf
\ 54.$3.5-0 FlfCCALF&KANoABBQ
I % 3.5? P0LICE.3 Soles.
*oso*a.WORKW8MHte
EXTRA. FINE:. ^S
1 *2.*I.7-5BOYSSCN00LSn0ES.
?LADIES
.,?950*2 H7S -
,SEND FOR CATALOGUE
"W-L-DOUGLAS,
BROCKTON, MASS.
Vou enn nave money by purchnslut W. L.
OituciiiH Shocw.
Because, we are the largest manufacturers of
ndveriised slices in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the Bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting anC
wearing qualities. Wc have them sold every?
where at lower prices for the value given than
suv other make. Take no substitute. If ycur
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
H. L. SIMPSON'S SONS
Agents, 104 N. Royal street. Alexandria, Va.
STKAMEKS.
WASHINGTON' STEAMBOAT COM?
PANY (LIMITED.)
FERRY SCHEDULE
On and after November 5th. 1894, and un?
til further notice the following ferry sched?
ule will be in force.
Leavo Alexandria, foot of King street, at
?00, 7 30. 8 30. 9 30. 30 30 and 1130
a. m., 12 30, 1 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30,
and 6 30 p. m.
Leave Washington, foot of 7th street,
at G SO 7 30, 8 30. 9 30.10 30 and 11 30
a. m., 32 30.1 30, 2 30, 3 30, 4 30, 5 30,
and 6 30 p. m.
N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing
9 30 a. m.
POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM?
ER WAKEFIELD leaves Washington Mon
| days at 7 00 a. m.. and AJexandria""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 Lconardtown.
C. W. RIDLEY, General Manager.
JOHy B. PADGETT. Ag.Mit.
ALLY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT
RESS MONROE.
D
The Norfolk and Washington Steam?
boat Company
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. Round trip $5.
P. B. HOOE, Agont,
No. 2 Prince street
V A PORATED A PRICOTSand PEACHES
15c per pound, at
H. C.WALLACE'S.
_900 Kintr street
E
CALL and see our new 32Ii>c TOWELS
Pure Linen Damask, and extra quality
for price at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEE'S__
r'ALIAN MACARONI, best Now York
Cream Cheese.
H. C. WALLACE,
900 King street. ,
_RAILROADS.
WASHINGTON. ALEXANDRIA a\;,
MOUNT VEKNON ELECTRIC RAIL
WAV.
SOCTHBOaXD.
Leave Washington Southern Depot at '?' <n
and 10 10 a. m. and 12 10,-J lo,:j lu )
7 10, 8 25 and lo 25 [?. m.
Leave Ferry at 6 30, 6 05 and 8 45 a. tu
and 5 05 p. in.
Leave King and Royal streets at 'l:: ;
807. OOS and 1015 :i, m.. and 1" ;",
2 15, 3 15, 5 10. 7 L7. 8 ami 10 p.
l^ave New Alexandria at 6 45, 817
9 IS and 10 23 a. m., and 12 23 ???_>':'
3.25. 5 19, 7 2s. s ??:: and 1m -j:: p. m
Arrive at Mount Vernon 7 <?."> and 10 50
a. m., and 12 50, 2 50 and 5 45 p. in.
NOKTIinOfND.
Leave Mount Vernon at 7 lo aud 1055 a
m.. aud 1 30. 4 10 aud 5 17 p m.
Arrive at New Alexandria at (i 16, 7 3fl
S 18,9 19 and 11 14 a.m.. and i ;:> : ??
4 2!?, ti 10, 7 30, 8 45 and 10 1.". p. m.
Arrive at Kiug aud Royal at 6 55," 50
8 27, J) 27 and 11 2." a. m., and 2 00
1 lo, 0 21. 7 43. S 55 and lo V. ;..
Arrive at Ferry at 7 53, 8 2!? and 11 29 i
m.. and *> 24 and 7 45 p. m.
Arrive at Washington Southern Depot ?t
7 00 and 1135 a in., and 2 o-. :'. i'i'.j
5 00. 9 05 ami 11 05 p. m.
1). W. HOLDEN, Superintend! ?
GEO. R. PHILLIPS. Genl. Passgr. Agt
Southern Railway Co.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINK
VIRGINIA MIDLAND DIVI.si.iN.
Condensed Schedule, in effect May 20, 1894.
No. 37, No. M X...
SOUTHBOUND
Daily. ' Daih
LEAVE.
Washington.LO 43pm 8 0t
Alexandria.11 06pm > 25.-.::.
Manamas.I 9 25am 12 06am
Calverton. U 55am 12 24pm
Culpeper.:. lO 40m; 1 <?>t.ni
Orange.I.:ll 11am 1 2?pm
ARRIVE.
Charlottesville... 150am 12 12pn
Lyuchhurg. 3 43am 218pm 3 47pm
Franklin June.... 4<i0;.ui .
Danville. 5 30ami 510pm 5 35p?
Greensboro. 6 5Sam . 7 35pm
Raleigh. 100pm. 7 3?htna
Salisbury.? 8 Ham. 'J 15pm
Asheville. 4 00pm.
Hot Springs. 5 36pm.
Charlotte. 9 25am. 10 50] tn
Columhia. 12 55pm. 2 I an
Augusta. 4 02pm .i 8 45am
Savannah. 4 30pm.i 5 30am
Jacksonville. 9 35pm. 10 ] .
Atlanta, C. time' 3 55pm., 'am
northbound!^r :
LEAVE
Atlanta, C. time 12 OOn'n . 9 00pm
Augusta, E. time 130pm. 7 00] g
Columhia. 5 10pm. 3 20am
Charlotte.j 8 39pm. 630am
Asheville. 2 30pm.
Salisbury.i 9 49pm. - 28is
Raleigh.; 4 10pm. 5 45am
Greensboro.11 09pm. I' 11
Danville.Il2 36am 6 00am 11 45am
FranklinJunc...].; 700amil2 18pm
Lyuchhurg. 2 L8am 8 25am - l*"pn.
Charlottesville... 4 03am 10 30am 412pm
Orange.1. 11 27am 5 LOpm
arrive.
Culpepcr.1. 11 58am 5 43pm
Cal verton.?. 12 40pm 6 30pm
Manassas.I.j 105pm 7 00pm
Alexandria.' 6 53am 2 00pm
Washington.; 7 1:5am 2 20pm S 30pm
baiilmore. 8 23am' 4 20pm 11 25pm
Philadelphia .... 10 36am* 6 40pm," 300am
New York. 1 23pm| 8 38pm| 6 20am
Additional local trains, 15 and It* leave
I Washington daily 4 45 p. m., arrive Oi
I ante 7 57 j'. m. Returning leave Orange
5 17 a m . arrive Washington. 8 48 a m.
V. \ .\.\.-->AS BRANCH.
WarrwABD
- : ATIONS. Dally, except
Sunday.
. 8 4* am Ar. Wanning. !c 4 IS pin.
. 8 23 um Ar. AU-.xa. ar. ft 05 pm.
100pm 7 l?aiu Ar. Maua?, lo, 0 13 pm 9Vmm
S "Cn.ii 5 13 um Ar. Ft. Roy. ar. 8 '-'1 pm 4 55pra
SOftarii 455ani Ar. Riverto.ar.l 8Trui 545pm
Tuoam 130hi,. !,v. Btraebg. ar.' 900pm 820pnj
WARRENTON?Trains Nos. I?. 15. 35,
connect daily for Warrcnton. No. 45 daily
except Sunday. Nos. 44, 10 and 36 da y,
and Di daily, except Sundav,from Warrentoii.
F KAN KLIN DIVISION?Leave Rocky
Mount daily except Sunday 4 00 a. m., ar?
rive Franklin Junction G 55 a. m.
Leave Franklin Junction daily except Sun?
day 5:20 p. m.; arrive Rocky Mount 8 2*
p. m.
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
Nos. 37 and 'W are composed entirely of
Pullman cars, on which no rstru jure t.? charged
over and above regular Pullman rlmrjf'*--'
Tl :. ugh Pullman Sleeping Car between New
York and New Orleans. New York and Sa?
vannah, Jacksonville and Tampa, and Ash?
eville, N. C; also Pullman Bleeper between
Washington and Memphis via Atlanta and
Birmingham, and between Washington and
Augusta. Dining Car between New York and
Montgomery.
On trains Nos. 35 and 36 Pullman Rufft-t
Sleepers lietween New York and Atlanta,
uniting at Charlotte with Pullman Sleeper for
Augusta.
WASHINGTON AND OHIO DIVISION.
Leavo Alexandria from depot at 9 10 a. in.,
and 4 32 p. m. daily, arrivo at Round Hill
11 40 a. in. and 7 15 p. m.
Leave W. & 0. Junction daily 6 49 p.m.
for Herndon, arriving at Horndon 7 43 p. m.
Returning, trains leavo Round Hill 5 55 i.
m. and 3 30 p. m. daily, arriving at Alexan?
dra at 8 23 a. m. and 5 53 p. m.
The 9 10 a. m. train from Alexandria con?
nects at Round Hill with stage for Bluo Ridge,
Berryville and Winchester, and at Loo&burg
with stages for Aldic and Middlcburg.
The 9 10 a. m. train and 4 32 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. I'
S. H. HARDWICK, A.G.P.A.. Atlanta,??
J. S. B. THOMPSON, Supt., Danville.
W. H. GREEN, Gen. Mgr., Washington,
J. M. CULP, Traffic Mgr. Washington.
?p^8TAttT.rKTrpr. 1044
JAMES F. CARLIN & SONS,
NO. 315 KING STREET,
Alexandria, Va.
Hardware, Cutlery, Wagon Wheels,
Guns, Nails, Steel and Iron Rims, Shafts,
Hubs and Spokes,
tJARBED FENCING WIRE, BALING TIES
GRINDSTONES, &c
Telephone call 80. _
RED WARRIOR CHOPPING AX E?
Disston & Sons' celebrated Saws, Wire
and Iron Nails, Diamond State Horse Shoe*,
Bar Iron Steel and Wagon Goods generally, of
which we carry full stocks, and prices srB
low. JAS. F. CARLIN & SONS,
_Alexandria, Vg-,.
THE "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 A SONS,
_315 King street^
ALOT OF SHORT END8 PERCALa
one yard wide, commonly sell at 12V
now 10c a yard, at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEBJj-__
LL WOOL UN DER WE AR?Red, Gray
and White?at lower prices than were
sold for before, at
_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB'S._
INE IMPORTED BAY RUM, in 1 pin
and in half-pint bottles, or in any quanti?
ty m w&nted. For sale by
E. 8. LEADBEATEB * SONS.

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