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FR DAT KV EU IN . J'-l Y 8, 1898.
BOUNTY FOR WARSHIPS SUNK. Not glory alone accrues to tbe men of Admiral Sampson's command for tb< destruction of Cervera's fleet, but a con? siderable amount of hard cash. For eveiy man oo the Spanish warships at the urn- of the attack our sailors re? ceive $100 bounty, in accordance with Sectiou 4635 of the Revised S aiutes ol tbe United Srates, which says: "A bounty Khali be paid by the United States for each person on board any ship or vessel of war belonging to an enemy at the commencement of an engagement which is sunk or othei wisedestroyed iu such engagement by ary ship or vessel belonging to the United States, or which it uony be nec? essary to destroy in coos quence of in? juries sustained in action, of $100 if the enemy's vessel was of inferior force, and of $200 if of equal or superior force: to be divided among the officers ami crew in the same manner as prize money." If there were 1,700 men on Cervera's ships (which presented a force in? ferior to the Americans) thi bounty will be somewhat mor* than $170,000, which is divided in the same manner as prize money; 1 20 to the commanding officer ol the fleet, 1-50 to tbe commai d ng officer of a division of the fleet, 1-100 to the fleet captain and 1 10 of each vessel's share to the captain of that vessel, the re? mainder being apportioned to si ether offiters and men in their pay. As the law provides that all vessels within signal distance of the action and iu con? dition to render aid share in the prize money, it is likely that most of tbe fl- el will profit by the Spanish defeat, [i the case of the torpedo bout destroyers Furor and Plutdn, which were knocked to pieces by the, converted yacht Cor? sair, tbe superior was obviously on I be Spanish sidt; therefore the bounty will be $200 per capita for those on board the destroyers. Probably tbe romple ment of the two boais was 185 men, making that bounty $27,000. If it appears that any others of the Spanish vessels were attacked and de stroyed by any of our vessels inferior in fighting power, the award in such cast will be $200 for each man aboard those destroyed ships also, and it may be thai the final bounty will be largely in ex? cess o! $170,000. LONDON'S GREAT WEALTH. Value of the real estate- and some ether things in the city of London are set forth in an article in a paper pub? lished there. Mansion House, wbich cost $3,500,000 to build, is now valued ar fully ten times that figure. The Royal Exchange, as a building of bricks and mortar, is worth $1 000,000, but. land in that neighborhood hau re? cently sold at the rate ol $10.000 000 an acre. E'gbt bridees over the Thames cost $25,000,000 to build, but are now worth much more than that, while tbe tunnels underneath are worth other millions, and tbe Embank rue-it is worth probably double tb* $1,000,000 it cost to make. If St. Paul's were private property you might induce tbe owner to sell it for $50,000,000, but the likeli? hood is very remote. Those tattered banners which you have seen so often would arouse pretty keen bidding at the sales. Westminster Abbey is diffi cult to value. But tbe sales give us some idea of what historic treasures are worth in the mark'-t, and I should not be surprised if the Abbey, if put up in lots, realized $2,5<JO,000,000. The Brit? ish Museum?empty?would be worth $7,500,000, and it is full of priceless treasures. It cost, with the new T?te j gallery section, $1,750.000 to buiid and I has one picture which cost $70 an inch. The Nelson column, close by, is worth * $250,000 and the statue of King George III, a little way down Pull Mall, cost $20,000. The Albert Hall and Royal Aquarium are both worth about $1,250, 000, but the Crystal Palace cost more than three times the value of both of these. Earl's Court, the great show ri valiniz the palace, has millions' worth of treasures, and even when it is t mpty the twenty-five acres of gardens and buildings are worth $1,500.000. Imag? ine buying the Tower, toelloiborn Via? duct, tbe miles of sewers, walk.- and pavements, the various markets, of which four?which are for cat tie?cost $50,000.000 between them: think of the hospitals and schools and churches and fancy the market value of the parks cut into city lots. The entrances alone at Hyde Park are said to have cost nearly $7,500,000. ?[Philadelphia Times. BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE. The Best Salve in the world foi Cuts,Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, i?ever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and ali Skin Erup? tions, and ]>ositively cures Piles, or no jay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For Hale by Err"*st L. Allen FOR SUMMER. A CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK ?OF? Dry Goods, Notions ?AND? General Furnishings FOR SPRING USE. FULL LINE OF MEDIUM AND LIGHT WEIGHT UNDERWEAR. HANDSOME LINE OF LATEST STYLES NECKWEAR. A. C. SLAYMAKER, Successor to AMOS B. SLAYMAKER. ?429 King 8treet . . . Alexandria. Va KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS. Half down SILVER-PLATED TEA SPOONS at $1.75. Half dozon SILVER-PLATED KNIVES at $1.75. Half dozen SILVER-PLATED FORKS at $1 75. These goods are all of the finest quality silvor-plate, each piece (tamped with my name and the atnoaut of silvjr iu each guar? anteed. HENRY W. WILDT, JEWELER AND OPTICIAN, 106 N. Royal street. Washington to Buffalo and Return. On account of tho meeting of the Baptist Young People's Union at Buffalo tickets will be sola via the Pennsylvania Bailroad July 12 to 15 inclusive, good to return until July 19, at tne rate of $11.20 for the round trip, extension to September 1 can be secured by do| ositiug ticket with joint agent at Bufl'ilo mid the p yment of fifty cents. One Fare to Nashville ami Bet urn. Account of Christian Endeavor Convention he Pennsylvania railroad will place on sale tickets via* Quantico. July 1 to 6, good to re? turn to July 31. Extension to August 15 may be obtained. Excursion to Niagara Falls. J ickcts on sale Ut 7:50 a. m. train via euusylvania Kailroid from Washington on I uisuay, Juiy 12, limited to ten days, good to stopover it Buffalo, Bocbestor and Wal r ins ou return trip within limit, at the rate it #iO. Baptist Yuung Pe< p e's Union in ? ssiou at Buffalo. Colonial Beach?Somerset Beach. Reason opens .-alurday, June 18th The leaner 'aLo Moseley leaves Beeil'e whaif it 9 a. m. daily except Monday, returning ibout 9 p. m. un Saturday at 7nm. For taterooms charters, ?sc, apply to F. J. Don? nelly. Gazette office. Ihrough Parlor Car to Atlantic City. < ommencing July 1st, a parlor car will be -ttached to the 12:45 p. m. Pennsylvania ailroad train fn m Washi: gton, arriving at vtUntie City at ?:30 p. m. via Delaware i'.r dgo Boute. Returning, have Atlantic ity at 10:25 a. m and arrive at Washington at 3:30 p m. Troops at Camp Alger. For the accommodation of tiiends of the VleXMidria Light Infantry, the Southern ailway has on sale tickets from Alex-nutria Dulii Coring. Va. (Crnip Alger), at one are for the round trip, limited to date ol ?ale These tickets will remaiu on sale while he Third Virginia rogimeut is encamped at that point. Excursions to the Seashore. For-Atlantic City, Cape May, Ocean City md Sea Isle City, tickets on sale via Penn sylvai ia Bailroad, for II a m. and 12:45 p. m trains Fridays and Saturdays until Sep? tember 10 good to return until tho following iuesdi.ys at the late of $5, including trans fei nf ji isseugers in Philadelphia. Commenc? ing June 2-lth. Virginia IVabody Institutes?White at >. harlettesviile, Parmille and Mt. Jackson. Colored at Hampton and Petersburg. Ft r lue above occasions the Fouthern Bail way will sell tickets irom points- on its lines ia Virginia to the points named Pt greatly re? duced rates. Tickets on sale as follows: To Charlottesville, June 25, July 22 inclusive, final limit July 24; to Farmvilie July 3. July 3 i inclusive, final limit August 1: to Mt. .tackson July 10, August G inclus ve, tirial limit August 8; to Hampton, July 3 July 30 inclusive, final limit August 1; to Petersburg, June 11, July 8, inclusive, linal limit July 10. For further information sail on nearest Southern Bailway agent. Opening and Closing of the Mails. Northern mails close at 7 30 and 11 45 a .. and 1 15, 2 50, 6 50 and 8 30 p. m Open at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 5 00 p. m bou thorn mails via Charlottesville, eiose at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 and 8 30 r>. m. Ope* at 8 00 a. m. and 2 30 *ud 4:30 p. m. Southern mails, via Bichmond, close at lo -iO a. m. und 3 3 3 nod 8 30 p. in. Manassas Division mails close at 7 50 a. m. and 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m. Alexandria and Bound Hill maila close at 8 40 a. m. and 4 00 p. <u. Open at 9 00 a. m. ?nd 3 30 p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio nails close at 2 15 tm, and 8 30 p. m. Ope.? ? 8 00 a. m. and 30 p. m. Washington mails close at 7 rfO and 11 45 %. m., and 1 15, 2 50, 0 50 And 8 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 3 00 and 4 30 p. m. Office Hours?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close at 6 00 p. m Sunday Hours?Open at 9.00 a. m. Close at 9 30 a. m. Carriers' Schedule?Collections made on Inside routes?6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 i "J and 5 30 p, m. F'ull routo?G 30 a. m. and 5 30 p. m. Sunday collection 5 00 p., Carriers' window opon Sunday 9 00 a. m, close 9 30 a. m. Deliveries made 8 00 a. nr., 12 00 m., ann 5 00 p. m. All mail should be in office ten minutes Se'nre hour indicated for closing. J. J^CHINEKY. & E. AITCHESON, Practical Machinists and Engineers And Builders of MARINE A.ND STATIONARY ENGINES BlAcksmithing and Steam Fitting. Er? gineora' and Machinists'Supplies, and all sorts of mill work and that connected with brick* work promptly executed. Repairing prompt? \j done. J. & H. AITCHESON, mylO _lib" King st., Alexandria, Va. 8. MOORE. Machinist, Iron and Brass Founder, BHIPSMITH AND BLACKSMITH, (OLD DOJtnnOH WOEK8) SOUTH UNION 8TEEET, ALEXANDRIA Wiil 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, M?l Picks, Facing Ham? mers, and all kinds of Mill Work made and re? paired at the shortest notice and at reasonable prices. S3T- The highest market price paid for Old Wroneht and (!ast Iron. Braaa and Copper. COAL AND WOOD._ W. A. SMOOT. (l. s FaENCH. W. a. smoot, .ie. WM. A. PMO<?r & CO. QOAL! COAL 1 On our wharf and to arrive dnrlng the ?es? son a full stock of ANTHRACITE, CUMBERLAND and SPLINT COALS of the best quality and well screened. Wc will be pleased to supply our friends and customers at lowest market price per ton of 2240 pounds, delivered at houses, cars oi boats. _Telephone Call 57. C??L! COAL! WHITE AND RED ASH, 8HAMOKIN AND LYKEN'S VALLEY. From the famous mines of the 8USQUEHANNA COAL COMPANY. Pure Coal, well screened. 2240 lbs to the ten ALSO CRUSHED COKE. CUMBERLAND, NEW RIVER AND SPLINT COAL. Families, Public Institutions, and Mann facturera supplied at lowest market rates. All orders left at office, 114 south St. Assph street, telephoned immediately to yards. J. R. ZIMMERMAN, Wharf and Tarda, foot of Queen street. KIDNEOID8! KIDNEOIDS1 For the cure of a'l Kidney Diseases Shattered Nerves and all diseases arising from thin, watery and impoverished blood. Price 50c. For sale only by WARFIELD & HALL, Torrn? Princ? anft Piir*ar *trtx>tt BICYCLE CHATN BRUSHES wiil clean your bicycle chain without removing it 10 and 15c each. For sale by EL S. LEA DBEATEB & SONS. J"| ELLO! HELLO We wish to call vour attention to the ALEXANDRIA TELEPHONE EXCHANGE AND ITS ADVANTAGES. Instant communication by any subscribe! with any other is furnished any niomont, day or night. Each is heard in his own recognized voice, and business is transacted with tho utmost saving of time. Communication is also had with Washing? ton, Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and many other points, thus annihilating distance and time. Low Boies. The espouse is but a few centaaday and in many cases very much less than the service performed is worth to the subscribers. More than forty cuunesof business are to be found among our subscribers. If your name is not enrolled consult youl own interest by subscribing at once. Call on the manager or send him word by posfil <>T telephone, and he will call on yon. WYTHE WHITE, Manager a E. McCLUEB, District Supt.. Richmond. Va. Agricultural Supplies. Herbert Bryant, R H Wattles. Brick Manufactories. Alexandria Brick Company Book? and Stationery. B W French Beer and Groceries. O'Sullivan & Co. Breweries. B Portnor's. Banks. Iturke & Herbert, First National Rank, Citizens' National Bank. But eher? Hellmuth Brothers. M. Schulor. Courts. County Court. Corporation Court. Commission Merchants. Fi6hor Brothers, W A Johnson & Co, J T & J G Beckham, F S Harper, E E Lawler & Co. Harlow Brothers, N Lindscy & Co ( has King & Son. J Broders, G H Robinson & Sons Dentists. J. IT. Bitzor. Druggists. W F Creighton & Co, EL Allen, C G Lennon, E S Lead boa tei & Sons. John H Jannoy. Northwest Pharmacy C M Lennon, Richard Gibson. Dry Goods. Isaac Eich berg. Driring Parks. Alexandria Driving Park. Express Companies. Adams Express Co. Feed and Grain Dealers. T F Burroughs, J Broders, J B Watkins, Rallcngor & Ero. Florists. J L Loose. Mis Fred'k Kramer Foundries. Curtin & Butts. Glass and Chinairare. E J Miller & Co. Grocers. G Wm Ramsay. Fisher Brothers, O'Sullivan & Co Barlow Bros. Ahem A Co, FBlJarpor, .'s Lindsoy ?si Co. It F noln.-rt.son, \V A Johnson & Co J Broders, Norton Entwislo. Grocers and Liquor Deal ft. T F Burroughs. W A Jo1 nson A Co. Harlow Brothers. J. Broders. Ahem & Co. Hotels. Fleischmann Hotel. Baraware. Jas F Carlin A Sons. Infirmaries. Alexandria Infirmary. Ice Dealei Wm M Reunion. Juni Dealers. J Dreifu* A Co. Lumber Merchants. J R Smoot A Co, J tl D Smoot Aitcheeon & Bro. Lawyers. James B Caton, C C Carlin. J K M Norton, F L Smith, S G Brent, K Kemper, Marbury A Armstrong Lirery Stables. Patterson & Brother, R L Myers & Co. Lime Plaster and Cement. Geo H Robinson A Son, W A Smoot A Co. J W,D 8moot, Jas R Smoot A Co. Merchandise Brokers. Wm Fowle Brookes & Co, A D Brodten A Co. Aft. JVmon on the Potomac. H H Dodge, Supt. Municipal Offices. City Treasurer. PoVo Headquarters Tho Market. Manufacturers of Soda and Mineral Waters. Jamos MeCuen. Machinists. W S Moore J & H Aitchcson Millers. T F Burronghs. Newspapers. Alexandria Gazette, Alexandria Times Evening Star Bureau. Notions, Furnishing Goods, etc. Mrs, Bornhoimor, King street. Cht Companies. Standard Oil Coropan P/iysici/in.?. DrWM Smith. Dr H P Howard, Dr Julian Millor, Dr M W O'Brien. Dr T M Jones. Dr Hugh McGuire Private Residences. Charles King, R E Knight, Mrs M A Wood, W White, , ~ B Wheatloy, W H Demaine, J R Zimmorman. Mrs S G Brent. Herbert Bryant, Lauren, e Staolor Miss M V Smith, E L Daiiigorhcld. W B Daingorflold, Chas S Taylor, B W French, A D Brockott. B F Knox, W H F Beckham, J M Hill, Ashby Miller. W M Smith. Railroads. Southern Railway?Freight, " " ?Local Freight, Washington Southern Railway, Baltimore and Potomac?Freight, W, A & Mt Vernon Railway Co. 112 A W, A & Mt Vernon Railway, 112 B Beal Estate. Harlow & Co. Knox A Robinson, Robort Elliott. Schools. Episcopal High School, Seminaries. Theological Seminary. Spoke Factory. Mt. Vernon Spoke Company. Steamboat Companies. Potomac Steamboat Company, Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Co, Washington Steamboat Company. Ship Chandlers. H Kirk, .N Lindsey & Co, Stationers and Printers. John H Strider, B Boll's Sons. J M Hill & Company. Telegraph Companies. Western Union Tolograph Company. Postal Telegr.iph Cablo Company, Tanners and Hide Dealers. C C Smoot A Sons. U. S. Offices. Postoffice. Undertakers. B Wheatley. W H Demaine, Wood and Coal Dealers. DeW. Aitcheson, J B Zimmerman, W A 8moot & Co, J P Agnow A Co. Knox & Robinson. Wholesale Cake and Cracker Manufacturers and Confectioners. The George B. Hill Co. Wholesale Grocers. Chas King &,Son. N Lindsey'A C?. Fish? ni,"^ii J Broders, FBEarjer. _ H TELEPHONE EXCHANGE. OME TELEPHONE COMPANY, ALEXANDEIA, VA., EXCHANGE. 309 KING STREET. $3 A MONTH FOE BUSINESS. $2 A MONTH FOE HOMES. F. F. M4.BBUBY, Managor. E. P. MAT TEE, Electrician. SUB-CEIBEES' LIST. 1V3 Ada .s Fxpiess Company 3 1 Appich. I? H 15 Appii h. Geo A 115 Alexandria infirmary 1(J Aucheson & Bro 95 Ai'cheson. I) W 17 Adams. I' M 94 Alexandria itottlingCo, Jas Medien 20 A lexandria 8team Bakery 37 Alexandria Gas Works lim Alexandria Times 7 Alexandria Gazette 191 Allen. E L. Druggist 200 Alexander, E J 30 Anderson, E M 15? Pander. U 25 Beach, Jos S 134 Burroughs. T F 0 11 k V B B Co 2!? Bain ? Paxon 17?! Brill. Louis 46 Baggett, Oscar F. ( ity Market 101 Baggett, Oscar F, Residence 17(i Beckham, J T .v J G 83 Parley, L C, resilience. 72 Barioy, L C, offl e. So Carhn. J F Suns A Co 150 Carl in. Mrs M J 30 Crilly, .1 11 30 l batbam's Stahles. R L Myors & Co 126 City Engineer I i 18 City Treasurer 107 Columbia Engine Houso 111 Carier Bros 1J 1 Cogan. .1 A & W W. Plumbors 1!'7 Carlin, C C. residence. 87 Chalmers, A C 22 Denielt, J A. Residence :'7 Droifus, J A Co 40 Entwisie, F L 123 Episcopal High School 127 Entwisle, J W, Druggist 132 Economy Grocery. 21 Fisher tiros 45 Fond,11, W E ?17 Fannon, T J HS Fleischmann Houso. 1 1 s Flanigen, Jos R 1 1 iB Francis, Peter L02 Grilbortzer, a F 52 Barrett & Monroe 50 Graves. W P 166B Green. Andrew J ?S Hinken A Son 75 Hellmuth Bros .';l Harlow Bros 70 Hill. Goo B Co 02 Howard, T Clifton ?11 Hamilton &. Co 106 Hydrauliou Engine House 17S Harden, E L l lii Janney, JH (L Stablor & Co) 64 Jail ?20 Janney, Dr Cbas 137A Jackson, Wash 2S King, Chas A Son 13 Eirk, H, jr ?is Lindsoy, N ?: Co 07 Lind soy, N, Besidonco 9 Lead heater A Sous 128 Matthew, J Oti Marshall, J A 70 May, W H A Son 151 Milhurn. J C !'!? May, J W, Residence 12 1 Mushbach, Capt G A, Residence 54 .Miu-bbHch, Capt Ci a, Ollico 38 Matter, E P, eiectricUn. 55 Marbury, F F, Mur 11'! Norfolk ?i Washington Steamboat Co 187 B Ncale. J Stanley Hl O'Brien. Dr M W* 1?S o'Sullivan .x Groene, 160 Pullman, S M 53 Pollaid, F J H-l Pollard, F J, Besidonco 85 Pullman, P A Co 49 Portner, Robert 31 Postolnce 1-1 Police Headquarters lO.'J Postal Telegraph (Jo 3'.) Pennsylvania R R Co 112 Pelton. CC 129 Pel ton, CC 86 Qu in n Ed .S Bamsay, G Wm 5<> Reardon, Wm M 105 Belief Truck Houso 93 Robertson. H F 89 Roberts. Walter, Office 139 Koberts, Walter, Residence 140 Rohers, J W 63 Bammol's Hotel. 71 Smoot, C C Sons A Co, Tannery !? I Smoot. C C Sous & Co. Warehouse 92 Smith, B B 96 Summers, C J W 57 Smoot, W A A Co 98 Smith, Francis L 122 SUughter, Dr E M 151 Smoot. J C, Residence I 52 Smoot. Jas B A Co 155 Steuornagoi, W II 32 Stridor, .1 H Residonco 2 Southern Railway Company (W & O) 133 southern Bail way (kimpany (V M) 42 Simpson, H A 3 Standard Oil Co 161 Schiller Seef Co. 137 Stevens. Moses, (Hacks) 182 Simpson, ?eo L, Mayor II :i Sopor, E D 103 Virginia Glass Works 05 Vanaelstyn, (Lunch Boom 164 WarMeld'E, jr 165 Warfield & Hall 39 Washington Steamboat Co 1<1S Wood, Mrs M A 185 Weil Bros 1 sii Weadon Bros 35 Wise, Goo <x Co 61 'Wise, Geo. Residence 142 Wallace, J S, harness. 190 Woolls. W P, Wolfe and Eoyal 15:! Woolls, W P, Queen und Henry 109 Wools A Son, W P, Queen and Fairfax. 117 Weulorrnan & Kelly 11H Zimmerman, J B \i!ii:iiu1h1c?Malone, J H. Fairfax C II.? Adams. Ohas. < niitreville?Uttorbich, B. ('. Manassas?Cannon House. Wellington ?Leerhman, C. H. Hajinarket?Hultisfi, Geo. A. Waverley?Janney, E. H. TOLL BATES OUT OF CITY 10 CENTS D. Harry Appich, 525 King Stroot, WHOLESALE AND BETA IL CONFECTIONER ADD PR?1TDEALER .^Ls tho seasons comoiand go I^rovidont of all, I^lonty of fruits, and nuts, and'sweets, I have at your call. Claudios, cakes throughout the year, H al] Appich's stock will make good cheer ,gSr SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOB THE CO?NTEY TEADE.-^ dw2tf_ laurence stabler, NO. T01 KING 8TREET. INSURANCE AGENT, BepraaaEting the following first-class fire insurance companitc: LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE. HARTFORD. PHCENIX, of London. WESTCHESTEB, of New York. HANOVER. PHtXNIX, of Brooklyn, And others of same grade. Soliciting the patronage of the public, I Cromiso tho most careful attention to any bus lear <>r*-rnptAf' to mo fnhlfi AMCc TOOTH BRUSH with a box of Myrtle Tooth Soap for 25c, and a tooth brush with every box Antiseptic Toofcb Povy dar, a) ELB.L?AJ)??AI?S AQQN& _RA ILKOADS. ^_ PENNSYLVANIA EATLEOAD. Schedule in effect Mav 31, 189 i. TRAINS LEAVE ALEXANDRIA. For Washington 7 23 md 8 OJ A. M. 12 14 3 23, 7 20 and 13 12 P. M. week days. Sundays 7 23 and 11 44 A. M., 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. For Bichmond and the South?Atlantic Coast Lino Express?4 48 A. M., and 4 o2 P. M. daily. For Richmond only 11 13 A M. week days Atlanta Special via Bichmond and Seaboard Air Lino 5 00 p. M. daily. Accommodation for Quantico 8 07 A. M, daily, and 4 45 p, M. week days. TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON. STATION CORNER ()K SIXTH AND II BTREKTS. For Alexandria 1 30, 7 45 and K> 57 A. M.. 3 It;. 4 2."> and 4 40 P M. Sunday 4 30 and 7 45 A. M. and 3 1tl and t 40 P. M 7:50 A.M. Wcok Days. PITTSBUBG EX? PRESS.?Parlor and Dining Car*. Harris burg to Pittsbnrg. 10:5u A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED? Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Observation (,'ars Hnrrisbiirg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve? land ami Toledo. Buiret Parlor Car to Har? risburg. 10:50 A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harrisbnrg ? Pittsburg 3.30 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX PRESS?Sleeping <-nr Washington to St Louis, and Bleeping and Dining Cars Harris? burg to St. Louis, Nashville, vi:i Cincin? nati and Chicago. 7:20,1". M. WES FERN EXPRESS?Pullrnax Skoping Cars to Pittsbnrg, Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Carte Chicago. 7:20 P M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS? Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsbnrg and Harriabnrg Si Louis arid Cincinnati. Dining Car. '0.-40P.M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pullman Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7 30 A. M for Kano,Canandaigna, Rochester and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A. M. for Elniira and Ronovo, daily, except Sunday. For WUliamsporl daily at 3:30 P. M. ':20 P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester, Eric. Buflalo and Niagara Fails daily, except : .Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington ! to Rochester. ? 10:10 p. m. (or Eric. Canandaigna, Boch*6tor, Bnu?loand Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Sat ? urdays only. POR PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND I THE EAST. ? COOP. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED.' daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regular at 7 00 (Dining Car). 8 00, 9 00 10 00 (Dining Car), and 11 00 (Dining Car from Wilmington J A. M. 12 4". 3 15. ! 4 20, (Dining car from Baltimore), 6 60, 10 00. and 1150 P. M. On Sunday 7 00 (Dining car), 8 00. 9 00, and 11 CK? (Dining Car from Wilmington; A. M.. 12 15, 3 35, 4 20. (Dining car from Balti? more) ? 50, 10 00 and li 60 P. M. Fot Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7 50 A. M. week days. Express 12 15 P. M. week days. 2 01 and 5 40 P. M. daily. -'or Boston, without change, 7 50 a. M. week davs, and 4 20 P. M. daily. 'or Baltimore 6 20, 7 00, 7 50, 8 00. 9 00. 10 00, 10 50. 1100, A. M., and 12 15. 12 15, 12 58, 2 01. 3 15, 3 30, 4 <X ? limited). 4 20, 4 36. 5 40, 615,6 50 1 7 20, 3 0 00, 10 40, 11 15 and 11 50 P. M. un Sunday 7 00. 8 00, 9 00,9 05 10 50 and 11 00 A. M., and 12 15. 1 15, 2 01, 3 15, 3 30. 4 00 (limited) 4 20, 5 40, <1 1 r>. ti GO, 7 - },10 OO, LO 40 and 11 50 P. M. i-or Pope's Crock Line 7 50 A. M- and 4 36 P. M. week days and Sundays '.> 05 A. M ""or Annapolis 7 oo A. M., and 5 40 P. M. daily except Sunday. Sunday 9 00 A. M. and 4 20 P. M. express for Florida and points on Atlantic Const Line, 4 30 A. M. and 3 46 P. M. daily; Richmond only, LO 57 A. M. week days ; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line, 4 40 P. M. daily. Ac? commodation for Quantico, 7 45 A. M. daily, and 4 25 P. M. week days. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlantic City (via Delaware river bridge, all rail route ill 00 A.M., 3 15 and 1 1 50 P. M. daily; 12 45 P.M. week days (through Pullman Buffet Parlor Car/ via Matket St.eel Whart, 10 00 and 11 on A.M., 12 45 P. M. week .lays, an.! 11 50 P. M. dailv, aud 12 15 P. M. Sundays only. S.iturdavs only !? A. M. For Cape May 10 00 and 11 00 A. M. aud 12 45 P. M. week days. 11 50 P. M daily. Saturdays only '?> 00 A. M. Tickot office, corner loin and G Strcots and ?it the station, Sixth and R Streets, where orders can bo loft for the checking of baggagt '.o destination from hotels and residences. .1. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD, General Manager. General Passenger Agent WHULK^ai/K & retail G UOOKllS john AHERN & Co.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS and dealers in PURE WINES & LIQUORS. Wo hold largely in ?. S. bonded warehouses and carry in stock various brands of the best PURE r"y E anD malt WHISK 1 ES m aI )e. ~t . in store superior grades of Foreign and American wines, ales, brown STOUT, &C. .^-Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Price and Quality .-rV5. Corner Prince ami Commerce Streets. ^jharles king & son, wholesale grocers, North Lee Streei, Alexandria. ?AND? South Street, Charlottesville. Sole agonts for LUCY HINTON TOBACCO md HAZARD POWDER. I" C. MILBURN, DZAXJCB rn FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, 113 North Royal 8trcet, Alexandria, Va Proprietor of the Potomac Brand of Flour which isunoxcollcd. Coffees Freshly Roasted at Store._ A. JOHNSON * CO., W. WHOLESALE GROCERS. GENERAL COMMISSION MEECHANT8, And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS. ?sve on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX and puro Old Ryo, Oid Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies; also Raker's and Thompson's Pure Rye Whiskies, to which thoy invite the atton tion of the trade. Ordom from che country for mercandise shall rcceivo prompt attention. Consignments of Flour, Gram and Country Produce solicited, for which they guarantee tho highest market prices and prompt returns. N. E. cornor Cameron and Royal streets. W. A. BMOOT. Q. H. FBENCH. A. 8M00T & CO., w COAL, SALT AND PLASTER, Alexandria, Va. Office?8moot's wharf. Special attention paid to forwardirjg. P UEE CALIFORNIA HONEY in one and two pound cans, at 20 und 35 cents per can. For medicinal and table use. Quaran teed absolutely ireo from giucose For sale by_E S. LEADBEaTER & SONS._ BEAUTIFUL iine Figured Lawns, Or? gandies aud Dimities at 4c. 8c, loc and 12 ic Special values at prices, at A. C. dLAYMAKERU RAILROADS O TT THE 1ST RALLROADS IR -A. I X, *W j? St? Schedule effective May 1, 1898, subject to cnanee without notice to the vublh No. 35. Pally. THBO?GH SCHEDULE. .Arrive II 15am Leave.Washington.... 11 3Kani " .Alexandria..." 2 ir>pin " .Charlotteuville. " 3 55pm " .Lynchburg. " 6 10pm " .Danville. " 7 2tipm Arrive..-.Greennt>or?i.Leave 8 30pm I 4(>ani 8 -I! j,m 12 10am 1 2,.?HU1 4 ls?ni 7 loan .Winston-Saieni , .Krflflgh. .Salisbury.,. .Aahevllle. .Hot Sprlnc*. .Knoxville. .Chattanooga?~ .Le?vc No. 36, Daily. 9 35pm 9 12pm I 5 18pm 3 5opm; 1 5Upm 12 10pm ~10 30am _8 51am; 10 47am r> 15am I l?Hui) 1 I5nm 10 OOpra No. 38. Dally. 6 42a m 6 17hd 3 35>im 1 53am 11 69piu 10 gpm 6 lOptn 3 40pn 934p? 1 25pm, If seam ? 8 2'am ? ?1 20am 9 30pm 7 55an> 3 55pm 10 10pm 7 Mam 7 40am 10 00pm 1 ?'Cum 9 Mam 0 ;i5pin ?") liiam .Charlotto.... .Columbia. ......Augusta. _Sava-Kiah. (Central Time.) ..Jacksonville..... .Tampa.. 9 25am 5 34am ;i 30pm ]] 35pn 8 COpm 7 islam .Atlanta. (Central Time) 12 20pm ' .Klrmtngham. (Central Time,) 10 20pm " .....Memphis. " (Central Time.) 8 inpm Arrive.New Orleans.Leave 12 50am 4 20pm 5 30am 7 50am 8 2.',,i? 5 15pm 2 lOpm 1220pm 8 ljai,, 7 .'JUpm 1 00pm 5 55am 9 OOpn 7 50pn, l Central Time.) Trains Nos. 35 and 36 connect at Calverton for aud from Warrenton. LOCAL SERVICE. 9:35 a. m. Train No. .9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connects at Manassu "i Harrisonbnrg and intermediate stations daily and also for Staunton daily except Sundst at Calverton for Warrenron und at Franklin Junction for Rocky Mount and intermediate Stations retaining arrives at Alexandria 1 55 p. m. 5:15 p. ru. Train No. 15 for Charlottesvillo and way stations. Connects at Calverton .'..r Warrenton, returning arrives at Alexandria 8.05 a. ni. 4:23 p. m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, for Barrisonbnrg ?-? intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 11:35 a. m. Train? for Round Hill and intermediate stations leave Alexandria 9:07 a. m., daily 1:07 p rn. and-l:-}!) p. ru., e.ti'opt Sunday, and 6:33 p. m Sundavs only, and 6:33 p m. daily for herndon. Ar.-ivn Alexandria returning from Round Hill 0:28 a. m. daily. ;ind 2:52 p. ni. daily, except Sundsy. and 8:32 p. m. Sundays on'y. 8LEEPING CAB SERVICE. _Nos. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwestern Limited. Through Sleeping Cars lietweon New Vork and New Orleans via At'anU and Montgomery, New York and Memphis, vis Atlanta and Birmingham, New York and Tampa via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannati and Jacksonville, uniting at Danville with Puiiman sleeper from Bichmond to Augusta via 1 'olumbia, Now York, and Nashville, Tenn., via Asheville. Knoxville and Chattanooga, and first-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining Car between Greensboro and Montgomery. Nos. 35 and 36. United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars between New York and New Orleans, connecting at At'anta for and from Birmingham and Memphis; and New York and Jacksonville, connecting at Salisbury with Pullman sleeper for and from Asheville and Hot Springs. North Carolina, Knoxville. Chattanooga and Memphis ami si harlotio with Pullman sleeper for and from Augusta. Solid train between Washington iuo New Orleans without change. Connect" at Lyicl.burg for Lexington, daily except Sunday. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion. Through Sleeper on this train svery vVcdnesday to San Francisco, without change. For derailed schedule figures, tickets, I'ullman reservation, etc., apply to F;iA * K S. G.1NN<: V. A. C. MOSS. Tickot AgOLt, Alexandria. Va 3rd Vice President & Goneral Manager, W. A. TUBK, J M. COLP. Traffic Managor. General Passonger Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C. L. S. BROWN, General Agent Passenger Dept., Washington, D. C. KA1L.KOADS. WASHINGTON. ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VSRNON RAILROAD. Iii Effect Mny 1, 189S. foe Washington. Leave Alexandria, corner Ring and Royal it reels, also stops at King and Washington, Ming and Payne streets, week days, at 5 55 <> 2~>, i> 55, 7 20 (express). 7 45 (express), 8 00,8 20 (express), 8 30 (express), 9 00, 9 30, 30 00, 31 04 and 11 42 a. m. (ex? press), and 12 25, 100 (express), 107, 1 00. 2 40, 3 06 (express). 3 40. 4 15, 4 36 ox press j, 5 00, 5 31 (express), 5 45, 6 10 express), 6 25, 7 00. 7 15 (express), 8 15, i 15, 10 3 5 and 11 15 p. m. Sundays?7 00, 8 OO, 9 00. 9 40, 10 30, 1 1 15 ?."]?.. 12 00 noon, 12 45, 1 30, 2 15, : "<), 3 l?, 4 .51). 5 55, (J oo, (1 45, 7 :JO, -i 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. FOB ALEXANDRIA. Leave Washington, from the corner o Pennsylvania avenue and 131?? street, week ! days, 6 30, 7 05, 7 35 ^express), 8 00, ,s 10 i.O, 11 OO and 1145 a. in. 12 05 (express) 12 20. 1 15, 1 45, 2 05 express), 2 40, 3 00 (express), 3 25, 3 59 express), 4 15 (express), 4 50, 5 05, 5 20 exnress), 5 40, 6 05 (express). 6 30. 7 06, 7:35 (runs to Payne street only), 8 00, 9 OO, It) OO, 11 20 and 11 59 u. m. Sundays-7 45. 8 45. 9 45. 10 30, 11 15 i \. m.. 12 00 noon, and 12 45, 1 30, 2 15, j 3 00, 3 45. 4 30, 5 15, 6 00, 6 45, i ; :ic?, 8 15, 9 00.10 00 and 11 20 p. m. FOR MOUNT VKRNON. Lcavo Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week lays, at 7 02, 8 35, 10 32, 11 32 a. m. aud 12 32, 1 47, 2 32, 3 32, 4 43, 7 40and ? i 32 p. m. Sunday! -7 30, -'-0 and 10 20 a. in., 12 35. 2 t>0, 4 3 >, 7 16 and 9 32 p. m. Leave Mount Vernon. week days, at 7 40, ' !? 14 and 11 14 a. m. and 12 40, 1 33. | i 40, 4 10. 5 05, 5 33,8 20 and 10 20 p. m. | I cave Mount Vernon, Sundays, at 8 10, ? 9 i it; and 11 25 a. m. and 1 40, 3 55, 5 20, S 00 and 10 20 p m. Leave Arlington Junction for Arlington and Rosslyn hourly. Baggage (15o pound free; checkod from all ?tations. Parcels cairied on all trains at the follow? ing rates : Under 10 pounds, 5 cents; 10 to 25 pounds, 10 couts; over 25 to 50 pounds, i? eeuts Freight car led daily, morning and even? ing, in each direction at freight rates. Tickets are sold at the offices of the Bail road Company at the following rates: tare, Alexandria to Washington, 15 cents round-trip. 25 cents. G. E. abbot. Geo. B. Phillips, General Manager. General Passenger Agt. _SmMERs._ \\WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM TT PANY (LIMITED.) CHEAP AND PLEASANT EXCURSIONS. Round Trip, 15 Cents. Until further notico the following ferry . schedule will he in force: Leave Washington i Leave Alexandria. A. M A. M. Columbia.... 6 10|Bello Haven.... 6(H) Belle Haven.... 6 40 Columbia. o" 50 I jlumbia. 7 30 j Belie Haven. 7 30 Belle Haven.... 8 001 Columbia. 8 00 | Columbia. H 30 Belle Haven.... 8 30 Hollo Haven. !? :>0 ' Columbia._ !) 30 j Columbia.1O30 Belle Haven... 10 30 Belle Haven.... 11 30 Columbia.11 30 P. M P. M. Columbia.12 30 Belle Haven... 12 30 Helle Haven.... 1 30 ; Columbia.1 30 Columbia. 2 30 ; Hello Haven.... 2 30 Belle Havon. 3 30 '? Columbia._ 3 30 Columbia. 4 30 Belle Haven. 4 30 Belle Haven.... 5 30 | Columbia .. _| 5 30 Columbia. 6 30 Belle Havon.... 6 30 Belle Haven .... 7 30 i a. 7 30 N. il. Same schedule Sundays, commencing at * :}() a. in. POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM? ER 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. RIDLEY, General Manager. JOHN B. PADGETT, Agent_ JJAILY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT BESS MONROE. The Norfolk and Washington Steam boat Company Will run a DAILY LINE, commencinr on Monday, March 30, with their new and pow? erful iron steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK, Leaving the wharf at the foot of Prince strw at 7 Ol p. m. R*turning will lea7e Norfolk at 5 45 p. m. Sinjlo fare $3. Bound trip $5. C. W. WATTLES, Agent. No. 2 Pnnce ttr??i PEbOAL? adiriia.?latest Btyiw, so I or stiff bosoms also Nainsook, aud Mis. fronts, just received at A. C aLAYMAJLER'S. E DIU GGlST?. yTABLISHED 1792. E 8. LaADBEATEB. C. ?. LEADBEATEB. E. B. LEA T1BEATEB, JB, J. LEADBEATEB E. S. LEADBEATER U SONS, WHOLESA LE AND EETAIL DRUGG1 105 80,-1107 touth Fairfax street. Doalors in Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Med - ciuos, Paintz, 'His, Dye Stuffs, Spices. Dru^ guts' Fancy Goods and Specialties. Wholesale agents in Northern Virgil da ' J. C. Ayer's Medicnes and John Lmas <s Co.'i Tinted "Gloss and Propared Paints, Ac. Manufacturers of Standard Pharm:?. Reparations. Wo have mado large additions to our stock and are buying leading Propriotory Ar?des, Chemicals, Ac., direct fr.ua the mauuf:i't We are thoreforo enablcl to supply the trt with all goods usually carried by a well -ap pointod WHOLESALE DEUG HOUSE prices as low as those given by tne best houses in larger cities. All goods forwarded by first fj jight or express after re seipt of ordor. Promptnoss is oar specialty. We guaranty ti.o purity of all drugs furnished. Corre spondonco invited. w aefield a hall. DBUGGISTa (X)BNEE PRINCE AND FAIRFAX ST8. Prescriptions a specialty. English, French, German and Domestic Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne ; Mag? nolia, Hedyosimia, Gontninm and Florida Water; Genuine Lubin's Extract*); Sponges, Hnir Brushes and (>>rabs ; best English 'J'ooth Brushes; a full assortment of P.itcnt Medi? cos ; Coxo's Gelatine, Corn Starch, Sea M?,m \ .nine, Spices of all kinds, and a select stock of all articles sold by druggiotc. at prices as low as the same quality can bo obtained elsewhere F. 0BE1GHT0N & vi).. w. Wholesale and Retail Dealer* In nBOttS, CHEMICALS. PAINTS, uATEN'l MEDICINES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac. Corner King and Royal streets, Alexandria, Virg- ill, Pb sioiarnV Prescriptions carefully com? pounded. Orders will receive prompt attention. Kemiebeo Ice. Carload lots and country orders a Orders from families soli'-itcd and pror p attended to. Leave orders with drivers of BED WAG ONS or by pos'al cird or telephone. Prompt service and satisfaction guarant. ? WM. M. REARDOX NO. 0 STRAND. Botwcen King and Prince Street Telephone No. 50. my21 DR. J. H. LA.WLER Has R< ;movc<i From Carnoroii street, North Pill Street. DR. J. II. LAWLER, D. V.S., GRADUATE OF N. Y. COLLEGE OF \ E EBINARY SURGEON-. Ringbones, Spavin and all Lami ni - Horse Cured. Cows anil Dogs Treated. Rcsidenco 108 north PiM street. Office at R. L. Myers St I a 'a stables. Bell 'phono No. 31-B. Homo 'phone No. A 'omnflri*' u?. YOU WILL FIND GRANDMA'S COUGH CANDY a carefully mcdicated drop, a great comf when suffering from throat trouble or sun effects of a cold, especially at bedtime, allay? ing inflammation and wooing sleep. 6] ers aud singers are invite to try them. J&rPrice 5c at all Stores.-*^ The GEORGE R. HILL CO., ALEXANDRIA. V* TRAVELERS' LUNCH. CUBAN HOT SHOT, NEW CBACKEBS AND CAKES JUS! UPON THE MARKET. FIVE CENTS FOB A QUART OF 6 CRACKERS. Everybody can alford to eat Cracker Ask your dealer. HiLL BAKERY N. B Co.. Ale^anri. PILLOW INHALERS sleep by applying curative air to ? sages of the nose, throat and lungs si For catarrh, bronchitis, asthma, eoosunip etc Ask for descriptive pamphlets. E. 8. LEADBEATFK ft - ' Sole Agents for Alexandria and Washi TRY A BOTTLE OF LEADBEaTEB'S COMPOUND EXTRACT < IF 8 I bs RILLA, combined with Iodide of Potasocn and Iron. Formula on every bottJe. r?l< 75 conto? M & & LEADBEATER A SOiiA