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Wbkbe Oogtoks Don t Send Bill- . The doctors of Sweden never et-ud bill, to their patients. If you have occasion to call a physician you will find him not ouiy skillful in hie profession, but a highly educated and honorable geutle mm. You will also have proof of tbe Swedes md their lriendly confidence in each other. What you shall pay your physician is left entirely to your own choice. The rioh rusy pay hitn liberally, whether they have need ot his services or noi, if he bus once been retainer by th*-m. The po< r m&y pay him a small sum, and the very poor pay hira nothing. Yet he visits the poor as faithfully as 1 e does the rich. A similar custom prevailed up to tbe middle of the present century in sotn<> uf the most remote portions of tbe high? lands of Scotland. There the doctor collected his entire year's bills on a cer? tain market day in summer, gettmg porhjps five or ten pouuds from the lar? " -*mers, but only as many sbil li i- ** -?: the poorer crufter?.?[Lou dot wers. 8a-1 .< Casket for a Dou.?Mi.-s Wood is rich and has her home in Morristown, X. j., but she spent, most of her time at F'Sbkill, because her terrier's physician saui the climate of Fishkiil was better adapted to the animal's constitn'ioD. The terrier fe 1 ill and a Newburki veterinary surgei-n, who visited him twice a day, found that he bad appen? dicitis and gout, and tbe combination killed bim. Miss Wood ordered a satin lined casket and the cof?n had a silver nameplate. Tbe body of tbe deceus^d was driven down to the express off a in a funeral carriage drawn by a blai k horse, aud was shipped to Morristown for interment. Miss Wood is now de? signing a headstone for the grave. The expenses of his illness, death aud fune? ral will amount to $100 BUCKLIN'b AKNiCA SALVE. The Bust Salvk m the world lcr Cnts.Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, ?sever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup? tions, and positively cur?* PLidS, or no jay required. It is guaranteed to give Krfect satisfaction or money refunded, ice 25 cents per box. For sale by ~!rn*3t I* AllAr. ARNOLD* BROMo-CaL^Ex. Try this unrivaled remedy for Headaches. Neumlgi-. iltotilanrJMa 10 cent* The Peace Jubilee. For the grand Peace Jubilee at Phiiadel phia, October 26 and 27. the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell excursion tickets from all ticket statior s on its line, to Phila? delphia, at rate of single fare for the rourd trip (minimum rate. 25 cents: Tickets will be 80 d acd good, go ng. October 24 to 27. and returning leaving Philadelphia to Ocu? lar 31. inclusive. Thi-j jubilee will be otic will be one of the greatest events in the his? tory of Philadelphia and the exercises will be interesting. The President and hia L'ab.uet a e also expected to le present. Opening *nd Closing; of the Mails. Northern mails, week days, cioee at 7 30 and 11*45 r. in. 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. On Sundays Northern maiis close at 11 14 a. m. and 7 20 p. m. 8outhern mails via Charlottosvuie, close at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 and 8 30 p. no. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 2 30 and 4:30 p. m. Southern mailjj, via Richmond, mote at 10 40 a. m. and 3 13 and 8 30 p. m. M:inaaea3 Divinon mails close at 7 50 a. m. and 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m. Alexandria and Round Hill mails do*? at I 8 40 a. m. and 4 00 p ?n. Open a: ? 00 a. m. I Bad 3 30 p. m. Cheeapoake and Ohio nails close at 2 15 j tm. and 8 30 p. m. Ope* ? 8 OG a. m. ard | 30 p. m. Washington mails c'ose at 7 rfO and 11 45 ?. bl, and 1 15, 2 50, 6 50 and 8 30 p. m. ?Open at 8 00 a. m.. 12 00 m. and 3 00 and 4 30 p. m. Office Houra?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close ai 6 00 p. m Sunday Houra?Open at 9.00 a. m. Close ?19 30 a.m. Carrion' Schedule?Collections made on kaside routes?6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 3 00 and 5 30 p. m. Full route?6 30 a. m. and 5 30 p. m. Sunday collection 5 00 p., Carriers' window open Sunday 9 00 a. m. nd close 9 30 a. m. Deliveries made 8 00 a. m.. 12 00 m., and 6 00 p. m. All mail should be in office ten minate* fcafn-m honr indicated for rloaing. LAURENCE STABLER, NO. 701 KING STREET. INSURANCE AGENT, Rai?witinj: the following first-class Are insurance oompanits: rpool, london and globe. :foed. 2 :~\NIX, of London. WEdTCHESTEK, of New York. HANOVKR. PH?2NIX, of Brooklyn, And others of samo grade. Soliciting the patronage of the public, I gromiae the most careful attention to any bas? is** ?ntrusted to me. fsblfl Keniiebec Ice. Carload lots and country orders a specialty. Orders from families solicited and promptly attended to. Leave orders with drivers of RED WAG? ONS or by po3'al card or telephone. Prompt service and satisfaction guaranteed WM. M. REARDON, NO. 6 STB AND. Between King and Prince streets. Telephone No. 50. mv21 ANTITOXIN, received fresh direct from manufacturers every week. Also a sup? ply of Antitoxin Syringes constantly or hand _K % LEADBEATEF A- SONS. ANOTHER bale of that extra Heavy UN BLEACHED COTTuN to run at 5c. Best value ever offered at price. Just re? ceived at _A. r-. 8LAVWAKEB8. POLK MILLER'S INSECT POWDER? Just received a fresh supply of POLK MILLER'S ITALIAN INSERT POWDER at _WARFIE? DA HALL'S BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE, regular 12 V goods, in seconds at ID.), just received at ,_A. C. SLAYMAKER'S ANEW THING- NO LU?T-Will polish your floor aud prevent any dust from rising. For sale by _K H T.KAPRgATKB & SONS C1 ENTLEMEN m need of medium weight X I'udarwear, cotton or wool, wl.l rind t cm at _CHAPMAN'S. 424 King street. EXTRA FINE HAMS, SUGAR-CURED SHOCLDEKS and BREAKFAST BA CON for aale by_J. C. MILBURN. LLD CREAM CHEESE jnst received by J.C. MILBURN M _AUCTION SAliKS._ By O'Neal & Luut. Auetioneera. TRUSTEES' SALE-By virtue of two deeds of trust, dated December 4,1S94, and October 16. 1895. executed by Geortre W. Hough ana wife, aud recorded respectivel? iu deed book No. 33. page 329, and de d book No. 35, paie 330, of the laud records of the city of Alexandria. Virginia, the undii aigned trustees, by dine ion of the parties secured under said de- d, default having been madu iu the provisions of the a- me, will offer for sale at public auction on S TUEDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1898, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of the Market Building, i" tbe city of Alexandria, Virginia, the following d<scribed property; to wit: ALL THAT LOT 0FGB4 UND, with the IMPROVEMENTS thereon, in the city of lle\bndn?, Virginia, bounded as follows ; viz: i>. ?ii nine ou the west side of < olumbus Street one hundred and seventy-six feet seven inches (176'7") south of < ronoco street, and ruuning th nee south on Coiurnbus street twenty feet ^20';; thence west parallel with Orouoco street one hundred an 1 twenty-three feet live iueh? s (123' 5"); thence ? orth par dlel with Colum'ms street twenty feet 120';; tbeiico east parallel with Oronoco street one hundred and twenty-three feet five inches (123' 5") to the biginning, together with all appurit'uances to the Bamo belonging or in auy wise appertaining. Terms of Sale : Cash. J. K. ZIMMERMAN, ) LEOPOLD BUrfErt. Trustees, f H \BLES B. MARSHALL, J OCtll 18 By O'Neal & Luat. Aucti neer?. VALUABLE PATENT EIGHTS FOB SALE AT PCBLI" AIJ'.TION. By virtue ef a decree rendeied ty tbe Or ^oration i ourt of the city of Alexandria, Va , ou the 14 th day of Jone, 1 SMS, in the chancery ? arise of Robert J Thomas, eomp'ainaut. vs The Edgar CVr Axlo Lubrication Company of Sunbury, Pennsylvania, defendant, the un? dersigned will offer for sale at public auc tion ou SATURDAY, the 15th day of Oc ober. 1S9S, at 12 o'clock ui., in front of the Boyal street cntrauco to the market house building, in the city of Alexandria. Va. THE PATENT tJIGHTSowned by the defendant in be atove entitled cause, represented by Letters P t nt So 460.39?. issued under authority of the laws of the United States for a useful inven? tion, tow. t: For "Axle or other Lubricating evice.*;" and all the right title, interest aud estate of the said defendant, in and to the (<a'eut rights owned by it, repiesented by Let:ers Patent No. 485,265, itsuod under ? ike cutbority for a c-." lain other useful invcti ion. to wit: For "Lubricating Packing,'' b-ing the right of property and estate of the :efendaut iu and to 8aid last mentioned pat? ent rights in the Uuited Slates Terms of Sale?Cash. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. WM. H. SMITH. Sergeant of the city of Alexandria, Va. octl td_ AICTION SALE OF VALUABLE IM PBOVED BEAL ESTATE IN ALEX ANDKIA COUNTY. VIRGINIA. Tue undersigned, special commissioners of saie. by virtue of the decree enteied in tbe chancery cause of J- Ford Thompson, guard? ian, etc, vs. Charles B. Thompson ei als. pending in the Circuit Court of Alexaiw.ia county Virginia, on the 14th day "f Febr ary. 1*9S. will sell at 'publicsuction, on th . premises, in Alexandria county. Virginia, on MONDAY. OCTOBER 17tb, 1898, at 5 p. m , the following described REaL EfeTATE, im? proved by a TEN-ROOM DWELLING aud oL'T-Bt ILDlNnS. about two miles west of the Aqueduct Bridge, between Choirydalo P. O. n:?l L5?l)etou. aud Dear the residence of Dr. J. Tabor Johustou, situate m the county of Alexandria, Virginia, being all that tract of iaud with the buildings and improvements thereon, in his life time occupied by Charles '1 hotupso.'i. deceased, containing four acres, three roods and thirty-four poles (4 acres, 3 c ods and 34 pries), as will appear by deeds of record '\ liber M, No. 4, p 494, aud liber 0, No 4, , .145 of tLe laud records of Alex? andria county. Virginia. Terms of Sale: One third of the purchase money cash, and the residue in two equal ii - stalments, payable in one and two years, evi educed by the notes of the purchase-, with interost from date of sale, the title to said land being reserved until tinal payment. All costs of transfer to be borne by the purchaser. JAMr S E CLEMENT , > Comrors E. B TAYLOR, j of Sale. I hereby certify that the bond rtqoiied by the decree rendered on the 14th day i f Feb ruirj, lt-9-s, iu the above entitled cause, has been given by James E. Clements and E. B. T-ylor commissic ners of sale. sepl3 w4w H H. Y UNO, Clerk. M ACHINMIi"}' J & H. ATTCHESON Practica 1 Machinists and Engineers And Buildart or MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES Blackamithing and Steam Fitting. Ex* gineers' 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 136 King St.. Alexandria, Va. 'y^'M.S. MOOSE, Machinist, Iron and Brass Founder, >HE SMITH AND BLACKSMITH, 'old Doa nsrioH wobeb) SOUTH UNION 8TREET, 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 Han> menu vd all kinds of Mill Work made and re pah-*: at tne shortest notice and at reasonably prices. JHt" The highest market price paid for Old Wrought and C*st Iron, Brau and Copper. EVERY SHOT TELLS. FALL SUITS TO ORDER $15. Worsted Suitings, medium and heavy weight. Newest and nattiest styles. The crowning triumph of our tailoring experience Every one of theso suits shows four great points of mastership?Material Up-to-Date, Grand for Wear and Looks; Workmanship, Every Garment Keeps its --'hapo, Fit Such as the the most Critical is delightod with; Prices unmatched in Alexandria, style and value counted. Remember wo are not connected with sweat shops All these suits are made on the premises by first class woikman. ROBERT T. GRIMES, MERCHANT TAILOR and GENTS* FURNISHER. S22 King Street. : Alexandria, Ya, Y??lCEEDTHIS. A salt shaker that does not pack that will work every time. The "AI.DEN" is its name and the cost is 10_> each i r 3 for 25-.. Try it ?nd you will not uso any other We also have a new EGG BEAT? ER for 15c t-omething entirely new, and that will beat eggs quick*, er aud with less labor than any beater on the market. E. J. MILLER & CO., 317 King Street BUILDING MATKRlAJLu_ gMOOT & 00. (Succo?sors to J. Kortor Smoot & Cv ) STEAM KL60BIMS 4 PLAKilifi MILL ?vt* an facet ren of KX)B &K1> WESLOW FBAMT* MODJ D ingh *o DEALER.'.- IN LCMBi U. SB IiL LATE8, NAILS. LIME. ;AL?INED PLAST EE and Ci "-.: i^T No. ii5 north Gnion rt??? . ?iexaE-Jri'i, V.'.. r ?. . - t-,.,^ fr?? in tbs e;vr_ JOIAS E. D SMOOT D?AL-CB IF LUMBER, Hi, njlt*, LathJ, Naili, Osmenv uicine. Planer, <fcc. JCAKUFACTtTR2Efl O? FLOORING, DOORS, 8ASH, BLINDS FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, A*D ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK Office and yard No. 21 north Union ttroe Factory Nos. 13 and 15 north Loo St., Alex sndria, Va. No charge for delivery in city. tr TELEPHONE EXCHANGE "OME TELEPHONE COMPANY. ALEXANDRIA, VA., EXCHANGE. 309 KING STREET. $3 A MONTH FOR BUSINESS. $2 A MONTH FOE HOMES. F. F. MAEB?RY, Manager. E. P. MATTER, Electrician. SUBSCRIBERS' LIST. 193 Adams Express Company 11 Appich, D H 15 Appich, Geo A 115 Alexandria Infirmary 1G Aitcheson & Bro 95 Aitcheson, D W 17 Adams, F M 94 Alexandria Bottling Co. Jus McCuou 2(? Alexandria Steam Bakery 37 Alexandria Gas Works 199 Alexandria Times 7 Alexandria Gazette 191 Allen. E L. Druggist 2(X> Alexander, E J 30 Anderson. E M 19 Baader, H 25 Beach, Jos S 134 Burroughs, T F 6 B & O B R Co 29 Bain ? Paxou 170 Brill, Louis 40 Baggett. Oscar F, City Markot 104 Baggett, Usc*r F. Residence 170 Beckham, J T & J G 53 Barley, L C, residence. 72 Barley, L C, oilLo. 80 Carl in, J F Sons ? Co 180 Carlin. Mrs M J 30 Crilly, J H 30 Chatham's Stablos, R L Myers it Co 1 2*1 City Engineer 108 City Treasurer 107 Columbia Engine Honso 144 Carter Bros 111 Cogan. JAi W W. Plumbers 197 Carlin, C ('. residence. H7 Chalmers, A C 22 Denielt, J A. Residence 97 Droifus. J & Co 4<J Entwisle, F L 123 Spiscopal High School 127 Entwisle. J W, Druggist .32 Economy Grocery. 27 Fisher Bros 45 Fendall, W E 47 Faunon, T J HS KleiBchruaiin Houso 118 Fl anigen, Jos R 142B F-?ncia. Peter 1()2 Grilbortzor, A F 52 Garrett Monroe 56 Graves, W P 16GB Green, Andrew J 5ft Hinken & Son 75 Hellmuth Bros 31 Harlow Bros 7U Hill, Geo R Co 62 Howard, T Clifton 41 Hamilton 6z Co I0t> Hydrauiion Engine House 178 Harden. R L 146 Jannoy, J H (L Stabler it Co) 64 Jail 20 Janncy. Dr Chas 137 4 Jackson, Wash 28 King, CLas & Son 13 Kim. H, jr 48 Lindsey, N & Co 07 Lindsey. N, Residence 9 Loadbeater &. Sous 128 Matthew, J 00 Marshall, J A 70 May, W H 6: Son 181 Milburn, J C 99 May, J W, Residence 114 Mushbach, Capt G A. Residence 54 Mushbach, Capt G A, Office 38 Matter. E P, electrician. 55 Marbury, F F, Mgr 110 Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co 137 B Nealo, J Stanley 91 O'Brien, Dr M W 168 O'Sullivan & Greene, lbO Pullman, S M 53 Pollard, F J 84 Pollard, F J, Residence 85 Pullman, P & Co 49 Former, Robert 34 Postoffice 14 Police Headquarters 103 Postal Telegraph Co 33 Pennsylvania R R Co 112 Pelton.CC 129 Pelton, C C 8?' r. ^_zi Ed 8 Ramsay, G Wm 50 R/>ardou, Wm M 105 Roli"* Truck House 93 Robertson, H F 8!) Roberts, Walter, Office 139 Roberts, Walter, Residence .140 Robers, J W 03 Rammel'E Hotel. I 71 Smoot, C C Sons &. Co, Tannery 90 Smoot, C C Sons & Co, Warehouse ;92 Smith, B B .|90 Summers, C J W 57 Smoot, W A & Co 98 .Smith. Francis L 122 SUughtor, Dr B M 151 Smoot J C, Residence 152 Smoot. Jas R & Co 155 Steuernagei, W H 32 Stridor, J H, Residence 2 Southern Railway Company (W & 0) 133 Southorn Railway Company (V M) 42 Simpson. H A 3 Standard Oil Co 101 Sch?ler Beef Co. 137 Stevens, Moses, (Hacks; 182 Simpson, Geo L, Mayor 11M Soper, ? D 103 Virginia Glass Works 05 Vanaelstvn, (Lunch Room 104 Warfiold.'E jr 165 Warfield & Hall 39 Washington Steamboat Co 198 Wood, Mrs MA 185 Weil Bros 180 WeadonBros 35 Wise, Geo & Co 01 Wise, Geo, Residence 142 Wallace, J 8, harness. 190 Woolls, W P, Wolfe and Royal lo3 Woolls, W P, Queen and Honry 109 Wools <St Son, W P, Queen and Fairfax. 147 Weiderman & Kelly 138 Zimmerman, J R Anuandale?Malone, J H. Fairfax C H_ Adams, Chas. Contrevilie?Utterbnch B. C. Manassas?Cannon House. Wellington ?Lecchman, C. H. Haymarket?HnitNh Geo. A. Waverley?Jannoy. E. H TOLL BATES OUT OF CITY 10 CENTS YOU WILL FIND GRANDMA'S COUGH CANDY a carefully medicated drop, a great orafort when suffering from throat trouble or similar effects of a cold, especially at bedtime, allay? ing inflammation and wooing sleep. Spi-..:^. era and singers are invite to try them. ?Sf Price oc at aii St?ret ife^ The GEORGE R. HILL CO., ALEXANDRIA, YA. _ _RAILROADS._ PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. TRAINS LEAVE ALEXANDRIA. For Washington 7 23 ?nd 8 00 A. M. 12 14 3 23, 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. week davs. Sundays 7 23 and 1144 A.M., 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. For Richmond and the South?Atlantic Coast Line Ex pi ess?4 48 A. M., and 4 02 P. M. daily. For Richmond only 11 13 A. M. week days, Atlanta Special via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line 5 00 P. M. daily. Accommodation for Quantico 8 07 A. M. daily, and 4 45 P. M. woek dayB. TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. For Alexandria 4 30, 7 45 and 10 57 A. M., 3 4?. 4 25 and 4 40 P M. Sunday 4 30 and 7 45 A. M. and 3 46 and 4 40 P. M. 7:50 A. M. Week Days. PITTSBURG EX press.?Parlor and Dining Cars, Harris burg to Pittshnrg. 10:5U A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED? Pullman .Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Observation Cars Harrisbnrg to Chicago, Cincinnati, Indianapolis. St. Louis, Clove land and To'edo. Buffet Parlor Car to Har? risburg. 10:50 A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Oar Harrisbura to Pittsburg. 3.30 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX? PRESS?Sleeping car Washington to 8t Louis, and sleeping and Dining Cars Harris burg to St. Louis. Nashville, via Cincin? nati anil Chicago. 7:20,P. tf. WESTERN EX PRESS?Pullman 31?.?pihg far to Pittsburg, Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago. 7:20 V M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPKESS Pulliiian Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St Louis and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 1 !:40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pullmat Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7 50 A. M. for Kano, Canandaigua, Rochestei and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. (.0:50 A. M. for Elmira and Ronovo. daily, oxcopt Sunday. For Williamsport _ daily at 3:30 P. M. 7:20 P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester, Erie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily, oxcopt Saturday, with Slooping Car Washington to Bochester. 10:40 jp. m. for Erie, Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Sat urdsys only. FOB PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND THE EAST. L-OO P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED,' daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. tegular at 7 00 (Dining Car). 8 00, 9 00. lo(K) /Dining Carl, and II 00 (Dining i .ir from Wilmington; A. M. 12 45, 3 15, 4 20. (Dining car from Baltimore), 6 50, lOftO. and 1150 R. M. On Sunday 7 00 (Dining car], 8 00, 9 00, and 11 00 i Dining Car from Wilmington) A. M., 12 15, 3 15, 4 20 (Dining car from Balti? more) 6 50, 10 00 and 11 50 P. M. For 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. Hoi Boston, without cnange, 7 50 A. M. week days, and 4 20 P. M. daily. For Baiumorc ? 20, 7 00. 7 50, 8 00. 9 00. 10 00, 10 50. 1100, A. M? and 12 15. 12 45. 12 58. 2 01, 3 15. 3 30, 4 (X (limited . 4 2o, 4 36, 5 40, 6 15, 6 50 7 20,1000, 10 40. 1115 and 11 50 P. M. On 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 40,6 15, U 50, 7 20,10 00, 10 40 and 11 50 P. M. For Pope's ("rook Line 7 50 A. M. and 4 30 P. M. w-'ck day- and Sundays 9 05 A. M. to; Antu-polin 7 OO and :> VI) A. AC, and 12 15 and 5 40 P. M. daily except Suc rts r. Sunday 9 t 5 a. M. and 6 40 P. M. Express lot Florida aud points on Atlantic Coast Lone, 4 30 A. M. and 3 40 P. M. daily; Richmond only, 10 57 A. M week days; Atlanta Special, via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line, -1 40 P. M. daily. Ac commodation for Quantico, 7 45 A. M daily, anc 4 25 P. M. week days. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlautic City (via Delaware river bridge, all rail route) 3 15, (4 00 "Coo* gresMonal limiu-d") P M. daily; via Market Street Wbaif 10 00 and 1100 A. M and 12 15 P. M. week days and 11 50 P. M. daily. Foi Cape May 11 00 A. M. week days and 1 1 50 P. M daily. I :ckot omco, corner i 5th and G Streets anc it ! it station, Sixth and B Stroets, wher< jrners ?. an bo left for tho checking of baggagt <i destination from hotois and residences, .f. B. HUT? HINSON, J. R. WOOD, General Manager General Passenger Agent WHOLESALE A- MET A IL GROCERS JOHN AHERN & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND DEALERS IN PURE WINES & LIQUORS. Wo hold largely in U. S. bonded warenouscs and carry in stock various brands of tho beet PjURE RYE AND MALT WHISKIES MADE. _o in store superior grades of Foreign and American WINES, ALES, BEOWN STOUT. <sc<:. /^^Satisfaction Guaranteed as to Prico and Quality.1^5. Corner Priuce and Commerce Streets. ~jf C. MILBUKN. DEALES lit FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, j North Royal Street, Alexandria, Va r roprietorof the Potomac Brand of Flour ivhicfc isnnoxceliod. C floes Freshly Roasted at Stcre. i. JOHNSON * 00? WHOLESALE GROfERS, IN'ERAL COMMISfaiON id ERCHANTS, And Dealers in -. LL KINDS OF LIQUORS. . ire on naud Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX ,ud puro Old Rye. O'd Cabinet and Monogram Vhiskies; also Baker's and Thompson's Pure .ye Whiskies, to which thoy invite the atten? tion of tho trado. orders from tho country for mercandiM ?hall receive prompt attention. I Onsignments of Flour, Grain and Country .?'roduce solicited, for which they guarantee -.ho highest market prices and prompt returns, N E. jorner Cameron and Royal streets. W.A. BMOOT. <i. H. :'KE>"CH. W. A. slIOOT, JE. A. BMOOT <* OO., OOAL, SALT AND PLASTER, ilaxandria, V?, Offlc??Snoot's wharf. Social arventlon paid to forwarding. KNlVESr^'OBKS AND SPOONS. Half dozen SILVER-PLATED TEA SPOONS at S1.75. Half dozen SILVEL-PLATED KNIVES at $1.75. Half, dozen FILVEE-PLATED F0RK8 at $1 75. These goods are ail oi the finest quality silver-plate, each phce stamped with my name and thi am(>unt of silver in each guar? anteed. HENRY W. WILDT, -JEWELER AND OFTiCiAN, 106 N. Royal sv-eet. RAILROADS. southern Schedule effective May 1, 3898, subject to change without notice to the nublic _RAILROADS ":R~.A. I Xj W -A. ""ST No. a?. Daily. 10 45pni 11 U6pm 1 50am 3 40am 5 50ani 7 05am 9 50am 11 37am 8 12am 2 2.5pm 3 52pm 7 20pm 11 '-'Uli: 9 2.5am 12 45pm 4 15pm 4 25pm 9 30pni 7 55am 3 55pm 10 10pm 7 40a 7 40am No. 35. I>ally. THROUGH SCHEDULE. No. 36, No. 38. Dally. Dally. 1! 15am Leavo.Waahlnprton.......Arrive 11 3Saui " .Alexandria.?.. " 2 15pm " .Charlotleaville........ " 3 55pm " .I.yncbburt?. " 6 lUpm " .Danville. " 7 2Cpm Arrive..-.Greensboro.Leave 30pm 40am 11pm lOarn 29a in l.Sam 10am ..Wlnstou-Saiern .Raleigh. ....Salisbury.,. " . ..Aahevllie. " .Hot Springs. " ....Knoxville.Le?ve ..Chattanooga. " 9 35pm 9 12pm 5 48pm 3 5fJpm 1 50pm 12 10pm lo~30am, 8 51am: 10 47am 5 15am 4 00am 1 15am 10 00pm 6 42 am 6 17am 3 35am 1 53*tn 11 59pm 10 43pm1 6 10pm'. 3 40pn 9 34pm 1 25pm 11 46an 8 2^am 4 20am 10 00pm 1 :*7am 8 00am 5 00*m 9 10am 0 35pm 5 10am .Charlotte .Columbia. ......AugUfta. .Savannah. (Central Time.) ..Jacksonville.... .Tampa.... .Atlanta..?. (Central Time.) 12 20pm ' .Birmingham. (Central Time.) 1C 20pm " .Memphis. (Central Time.) 8 10pm Arrive.New Orleans.Leave 9 25a rr 5 3iam , 9 30pm! 11 35pn 8 f 0pm 7 "lam 12 50ati 4 20pa: 5 30am 7 50am 8 22pm 5 15pn 2 lOpn 12 20pm 8 15au. 7 30pm 1 00pm 5 55a rt 9 00pir 7 50pm (Central Time.) Trains Nos. .'55 and 30 connect at Calverton for and from Warrenton. LOCAL SERVICE. 8:35 a. m. Train No. 9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connects at Manassaa (or Harrisonburg and intermediate stations daily and also for Ptaunton daily except Sunday : at Calverton for Warrenton and at Franklin Junction for Eocky Mount and intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 1 55 p. m 5:15 p. m. Train No. 15 for Charlottesville and way stations. Connects at Calverton for Warrenton, returning arrive: at Alexandria 8.05 a m. 1:23 p.m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, for Harrisonburg ano intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 11:35 a. m. Trains for Round Hill and intermediate stations leave Alexandria 9:07 a. m.. daily 1:"7 p m. and 4:40 p. m., excopt Sunday, and 0:33 p. m Sundays only, and 0:33 p m. daily for Herndon. Arrivo Alexandria returning from Round Hill 8:28 a. m. daily, and 2:52 p. m. daily, except Sunday, and 8:32 p. m. Sundays ou:y. SLEEPING CAR SERVICE. Nos. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwestern Limited. Through Sleeping Cars between N'ew York and New Orleans via Atlauu and Montgomery, New York and Memphis, via Ulanta and Birmingham, New York and Tampa via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville, uniting at Danville with Pullman sleeper from Richmond to Augusta via Columbia, New York, and Nashville. Tenn., via Asheville, Knoxville and Obat'anooga. and firat-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining Car between Greensboro and Montgomery. Nos. 35 and 3G, United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars between New YorJt and New Orleans, connecting at At'auta for and from Birmingham and Memphis; *nd New York and Jacksonville, connecting at Salisbury with Pullman sleeper for and from Asheville and Hot Springs. North ( arolina, Knoxville. Chattanooga and Memphis and at harlotto with Pullman sleeper for and from Augusta. Solid train between Washington *na New Orleans without change. Connect" at Lynchburg for Lexington, daily except Sunday. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourii't Excursion. Through Sleeper on this train ovory Wednesday to San Francisco, without change. For detailed Bchedule figures, tickets, Pnllruan reservation, etc., appl\ to F?AvK S. GANNON, A. C. MOSS. Ticket AgeU, Alexandria, Va 3rd Vice President & General Manager, W. A. TURK, J M. C?LP, Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. L. 8. BROWN. General Agent Passenger Dept . Washington, D. C. RAILROAD.-*. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VEBNON EAILEOAD. In Effect May 1, 1898. foe washington. Leave Alexandria, corner King and Royal streets, also stops at King and Washington, King and Payne streets, week days, at 5 55 0 125, 6 55, 7 20 lexpres?), 7 45 (express;, .4 00,8 20 (oxpress). 8 30 (express), 9 00, 9 30, 10 00, 11 04 and 11 42 a. m, ex? press), and 12 25, 1 00 ;express), 107, 2 00, 2 40. 3 00 (express;, 3 40. 4 15, 4 30 express), 5 00, 5 31 'express). 5 45, 0 10 express). 6 25, 7 00. 7 15 (express), 8 15, ?4 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. in. Sundays-7 00, 8 00, 9 00. 9 40. 10 30, U 15 a. m.. 1 2 00 uoon, 12 45, 1 30. 2 15, 3 i>0, 3 -l?, 4 30, 5 jsf (j oo. ?J 45, 7 30, 8 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. FOB ALKXANU?IA. Leave Washington, from the corner o Pennsylvania avenue and 13^ street, week days, 0 30, 7 05, 7 35 i.ex press), 8 00. 8 35, 8 59, 10 00,1100 and 1145 a. ui. 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 'express), 5 40, 0 05 (express), 0 30. 7 06, 7:35 (runs to Pavne street only), 8 00, 9 00, 10 00, 11 20 and 11 59 u. m. Sundays?7 45, 8 45, 9 45, 10 30, 11 15 a. m , 12 00 noon, and 12 45, 1 30, 2 15, 3 00, 3 45, 4 30, 5 15, 6 00, ? 45, 7 30, 815, 9 OO. 10 00 and 11 20 p. m. koe mount vkbnon. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vcrnon, week days, at 7 02, ?35, K) 32, 1132 a. m. and 12 32, 1 47. 2 32. 3 32. 4 43, 7 -lOaud 9 32 p. m. Suudayf -7 30, 8 '20 and 10 20 a. m.. 12 35, 2 (>0, 4 37 10 and 9 32 p. m. Leave Mount Vernon, week days, at 7 4(), 914 and 1114 a. m. and 12 40. 1 33, 2 40, 4 10, 5 05, 5 33.8 20and 10 20 p. m. I eave Mount Veruou, Sundays, at 8 10, 9 00 and 11 25 a. m. and 1 40, 3 55, 5 20, 8 00 and 10 20 p m. Leave Arlington Junction for Arlington and Rosslyn hourly. Baggage (150 pouud free) checked from all stations. Parcels carried on all traius at the follow? ing rates: Under lO pounds, 5 cents; 10 to 25 pounds, 10 cents; over 25 to 50 pounds, 15 cents Freight car.ied daily, morning and even? ing, in each direction at freight rates. Tickets are sold at tbo offices of the Rail? road Company at tho following rates: tare, Alexandria to Washington, 15 cents round-trip, 25 cents. G. E. Abbot, Geo. R. Phillips, General Manager. General Passenger Agt _STEAMERS._ TTTASHLNGTON STEAMBOAT COM TT PANY (LIMITED.? Round Trip, 15 Cents. In effect on and after MONDAY, September 19,1898._ Leave Washington i Loave Alexandria. A. M j A. M. j Columbia._. 6 10 j Belle Haven.... 5 50 Belle Haven.... 0 40 ; Columbia. 0 50 | Columbia., 7 30 j Belie Haven..... 7 30 Belle Haven.... 8 30 | Columbia. 8 30 | [Columbia. 9 30 i Belle H?vern... 9 30 Belle Haven ... 10 30 Columbia._ 10 30 Columbia.11 30 ? Belle Haven... 11 30 P. M P. M. , Belle Haven... 12 30 : Columbia.12 30 Columbia. 1 30 i Belle Haven.... 1 30 Belle Havon. 2 30 : Columbia._ 2 30 Columbia. 3 30 ! Belle Haven. 3 30 Belle Haven.... 4 30 ; ( olumbia ? 4 30 Columbia. 5 30 | Belle Haven.... 5 30 Belle Haven. 6 30 \ Columbia. 0 30 N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing ' at 9 30 a. m. POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM? ER WAKEFIELD loaves 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. BIDLEY, General Manager. JOHN B. PADGETT, Agent._ ALLY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT BESS MONROE. The Norfolk and Washington Steam boat I'ompaoy Will run a DAILY LINE commencing on Monday, March 30, with their new and pow? erful iron steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASHINGTON AND NORFOLK, Leaving the wharf at tho foot of Prince strec at 7 09 p. m. Returning will leave Norfolk at 5 45 p. m, I Single fare f 3. Bound trip $5. C. W. WATTLES, Agent I No. 2 Prince street ! V? aXLMUM, Minimum. Cnnicai. 0tana?n? ! JltJL Dairy and Brewers' Thoimometcri Hydrometers, Aneroids, Barometers, <3c, fo 51. V- tj Q t.t?? rvpp-j -T-T-V) OOVB ?1 RUSHED COKE, a cheap summer fuel, at J.E. ZIMMERMAN'S,' DRUGGISTS STABLISHED 1792. E B. Li\DB?ATEB. 0. 0. LEADBEATEB. B. 8. LEA DBEATEB, JB, J. LEADBEATEB E. 8. LEADBEATER & SONS, WHOLESALE AND E ETA IL DRUGGISTS 105 ai,d 107 south Fairfax street. Dealers in Lrugs, Chemicals, Patent Modi eines. Paints, <>-!ls, Dye Stuffs, Spices, Orug gists' Fancy G(nAa and Specialties. Wholesale agei.'a in Northern Virginia fo. J. 0. Ayer's Medic.nes and John Lucas & Co.'i Tinted Gloss and Prepared Paints. <sc. Manufacturers of Standard Pharmaceutical Preparations. We have made lar*c additions to our stoc? and are buying leadii-g Proprietary Articles. Chemicals, ?c., direct fr.>m the manufacturers. Wo are therefore enable I to supply tho trade with all goods usually carried by a well-ap? pointed WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE at prices as low as those given by the best house* in larger cities. All good? forwarded by firsl fi light or express after re-joipt of order. Promptness is our spochilty. We guaranty* tue purity of all dru>;i furnished. Corrc ?;*indonco invited. 7 ARFLELD & HALL, DRUGGISTS OOBNEB PRINCE AND FAIRFAX STfc Prescriptions a rpeciaity. English, French, German and Domestic Toilot Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologno; Mag? nolia, Hedyoaimia, Geranium and Floridi Water ; Genuine Lubin's Extracts ; Sponges. Hair Brushes and Combs ; beet English Tooth Brushes; a full assortment of Patent Medi ,c3 ; Coxo's Gelatine, Corn 3tarch, Sea Mom 1 arine. Spices of all kinds, and a select stock of all articles sold by druggists at prices as low a* the same qnality can be obtained elsewhere F. OREIGHTON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac. Corner King and Royal streets, Alexandria, Virgils. Ph. etolana' Prescriptions carefully com? pounded. Orders will receive prompt attention. The Gazetto is the oldest paper in the Stato and, with few exceptions, the oldest in the countiy, and its usefu neas has been demon? strated and appreciated for n- arly a century. Features?Press Disp.tche3, Washington and Bichmond corres[>ondencc, daily market reports, Lo'al News and matters of interost to Virginia, but more especially to this city and sec ion of Virginia. In its columns has alwayi been found a minor of passing events ant. a careful chroni? cling of the history of what is going on in the world, but more especially hi this section, has ever been its aim. The Gsz tte, situated as it is so close to Washington, the great centre of news, enjoys d lily the benefit of the press dispatches from every part of the world ; hence its patrons can read Ironi its columns in the evening what transpired that day in every portion of the United States, as well as from every part of the habitable globe. Consequ'.n'ly it is an every day occurrence for the Gazette to pub? lish telegrams from the various European capitals about twelve or fifteen hours earlier than the morning pip rs. (orrespondenco frcm Washington. Rich? mond and every section of Virginia is pub? lished regulariy, and all ev?.nt3 of interest oc? curring within the bounds of the Common? wealth are to be found in the columns of the Gazette. The Local Department furnishes a complete history of overything that occurs in and near the city, and this featHre will, as ever, rceive careful atteutiou. Tho Garotte is read by nearly every body in this city, especially among those who consult its advertising columns before purchasing. THE (OUNTBY EDITION is nearly as large as that of tho daily. This edition is pent out three timeo a week. The advantages of advertising in this paper are apparent. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, one week, 10c; or.e month, 43; one year, $5. Delivered by carriers to any ad? dress in the city, or mailed to any postodice in the United States. Txi-wookiy (or country editioa.) one men ?locifoaro?nJM, $1;oae ycaafcfS. TELdSPHON E EXc h A N(, ELLO! J;; _ aojjo We wish to call yon ALEXANDRIA TELEPHO AND ITS ADVANTAGES '"^ !* Instant commnnicati.i!: with any other ia furr..-.., ' ? ? or night. Each is heard in Ir.s own and business ia trans* ted saving of time. Communication is also bad K m . ton. Baltimore. Phfladel] many other points, thue and time. ' I*nr Rate*. The expense Is but a few epnti many cases very much performed is worth tl More than forty c<assi found among our sal If your name is not en own interest by sub- ri the manager or send bim telephone, and he will.-:i.; WYTHE Wfl HUNT CHIPLEY. District Supt, L Agriculture' - Herbert Bryant, B Brick Manufa Alexandria Bi Books ami (Stationer BW French Beer and Grot O'Sullivau ?v I Breverie* B Portn. , Bank*. Burke & Herbert, Fi Citizens' National Butcher) Hellmuth Brothers, M Courts. County Court, Con Commiss-u*t il.t Fisher Brothers. W a J son ?(V J T & J G Beckna:.,, F - E E Lawler A Co Hai N Lindsey * Co ( bas J Broders, G H . - . I Thomas I'crrv. I Dentists. ' I J. H. Bitzer. Druggists. I W F Creighton & Co, E L \ C G Lennon, ESI. .. L 1 John H Janney. Non ? .,. I C M Lennon, i: Dry Good* Isaac Eichberg. . . Dririntj I'm I ? I Alexandria Dri\ Erpre-ss O Adams Exj.ri sa ? feed and Grain Dt T F Burroughs. J I J B Watkins. !::>. . Florists. J L Loose, Foundries. Curtin A Butt-. Glan? and Chinat tart E J Miller ? I . Gr?r,r?. G Wm Bamsay. O'Sullivau A Co Ahem & Co. F - I S Lindsey ?v Co. W A Johnson & <"o J l Norton Entvt Grocers and 7.i , T F Burroughs. W Harlow Br?then? Ahem .v Co ffatels. Fleiscbmam II J?s F Carln. & - ? Inirmar' -*. Alexandria Infin - Ice Dtale, Wm M Boarder,. Junk Dealers J Dreifu- < ? Lumber .),'? r< J 1-: Smoot <St Co. J ? Aitcheson .v Latryers. James B Caton, OCl J K M Norton, F l - S <i Brent, K Kei Marl.ury A Arn - Lirrrji Stables. PatUrsou ? Brothor. 1. Lttnr Flatter and t'i Goo H Robinson A Son, W \ Si J HID Smoot. iferchandler Brc Wm Fowle Brook? A D BrocKen A < Mt. Venum on th H H Dodge, Supi Afumcipal ( City Treasurer, Police Tho Market Mannfacturertof Sodti i James McC ? MockinitL W 8 Moore Millers. T F Burroughs. Hcwspaper*. Alexandria Gazette, Alex Evening Star Bureau. Notions, Furnishing G Mrs. Beruheimer, King ?: Oil Companies. Standard Oil Con Physicians. Dt Julian Killer, Di Dr T M Jonex Dr H P Howan Frir-ate Besi Charles King. Mrs M A Wood, B Wheatley, W I J B Zimmerman, M Herbert Bryant, La Miss M V Smith, E W B Daingcrfield, 1- W I A D Brocken, R F K J M Hill, W M Smith Ra'lroads. Southern Railway I " " ?Irfxal Freight Washington Southern Rai Baltimore and Potoru;-.< W, A & Mt Vernon Rail* . W, A A Mt Vernon Railway, 11 - Real Estate. Harlow & Co, Bobert Elliott. Schools. Episcopal H;gu e> Seminaries. Theological ?cm:: Steamboat Ur.-v ??? Potomac Steamboat ( omj Norfolk and Washington Si Washington Steamboat Con Ship Chandlers. H Kirk, N ^nda ? ' Stationer* aiul Printers. B Bell's Sons. J M Hill AG.i..; ai . Telegraph. Cvtnj Western Union Telegraph Postal Telegraph 0*1 ? Tanner $ and Hi C C Smoot & eor-s. U. 8. Offices. Postotnoe. Undertakers. 8 Wheatley, W H Wood and Coat i DeW. Aitcheson, J i r? A Smoot A Co, J P^gc * s Knox A Bobins-.r Wholesale Cake and Cracker U ? 1 w> Confectioner*. g, The George R ? ? Wholesale Grocer* ]h*s King A Son, N L riah?B?s, J Bros** rASarpsx.