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VA LIT: cF HORSE CHESTKUIV. "My appearance with the imrsi < hestnut as a cure for rheumatism," said a New York I i->hop to a Wasbiti?: loo S ur reporter, 'was all on the side of ? h horse-chestnut,aud it has been t tu same with a number of persons to whom I recommended it. I bad idteu heard of tbe value of the horst-chest Dtit, hi t had never tried it rnyselt un? til dunut: the tirst term of President Cleveland. I ivcs speodirig the day h" the White House, and just before din ner with the President took a walk io the grounds immediately south of tt.e Eie utive Mansion. It was during the fir-t week of October. Passing near n chustnut tr e I picked up two or tbre< handsome b ickeyes and was about put? ting tbem iu my pocket, intending t< kerp them for some children up in Al? bany, to whom I had promised to take some souvenirs of Washington. "The President noticed my action, and remarked, 'Those nuts. . i;*-_v say, will cure rheuma'ism, and many eop'e down this way have great faith ui them.' I answered that I had uf.en heard ol their value iu thai connection, but that my purpose iu gathering them was to give them to some children who I knew would appreciate them, from the fact that they grew io the White House grounds. At the time I was Buffering from a rheumatic attack, which, though mild in comparison with some I bad had, was sufficient to remind me tnat I was not free from paiu. On the suc geetiou of the President I picked up some more and put them iu my peck ets. It was a w* ek or more nt fure 1 returned to Albaoy, but by the time 1 got there my rDeuuoatism bad disep peared. I gave all the uuts away ex? cept two, which I carried 'or somt raontbs, one iu each troupers pocket Since then I have never cone a ?ta\ w?rhout a horse chestnut io my pocket. g< ting a fresh supply each year from n ' .lical friend who resides in Washing? ton.'' BUCKLlN'o arnica salve T -v R>.-iT Salve iu the world loi v .-e^, Sores. Cicers. Salt Kheum. ift sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Cl. ns, Corns and ail Skin Flrup aori&. ..nd positively cure^ P: '.<*?, or in jay r>4uirod. It is guaracte^d to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Pric-? 25 cents per box. Fo?- saie bj Err?*t f. A1W ARNOLD a BBe>ji^>-ci!~l..?..u l. Try thi on rivaled remedy for Headache*. Neun?lgi> Tbe Peace Jubilee. For tbe grand Peace Jubilee at Phi'ade! phia, October 26 and 27, the Peunsyiv?nit Bailioad Company will sell excursion ticket from all ticket stations on its line, to Phila? delphia. Ht rate of siut'.e fare fur the ioumi trip (minimum rate. 25 cents Tickets wil be so d a- d good, j;o ng. October 24 t?.> 27 and leturniun leav.na Philadelphia to OcU l>er SI. inclusive. This jubilee will be ote wiil be one of the greatest events in the his? tory of Philadelphia and the exercises will be interesting. The rie^ident aud ms Chi'.nt.-; a'e also expected to ' e present. Opening and Closing oft tu- Mails. Northern mails, week days, close at 7 3' und 11 4"> ?. ui. and 1 15. 2 5U, ? 50 an 8 30 p. a. Open at 3 0< ? a. m.. 12 00 n .?aid 5 (X) p. m. On Sundays Northern inai. ck?e a! 11 14 a. m. and 7 'JO p. no. Southern maLoo via Charlottesville. clc*? at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 an' 8 30 p. ra. Open at S 00 a. m. and 2 & *ud 4:30 p. m. Southern mails, via Eiihmond. cioae . 10 40 a. m. and 3 13 and 8 30 p. m ?donaas&s Division mails close at 7 50 a. n and 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m. Alexandria and Bound Hill mails dote y 8 40 a. m. end 4 00 p ?u. Open at 9 00 a. m. tod 3 3to p. m Cht#a;<>.J;r ?nd Ohio u&iis close at 2 1/ tru. and B 30 p. m Ope-* ? 8 OC a. m. sr.. 30 p. m. Washington mails close a: 7 .50 and 11 4 ?. ca.. and 1 15, 2 50, t> 50 and S SO p. n. Open at S 00 a. m.. 12 00 m. and 3 00 an< 4 80 p. m. Office Honn?Open ai 8 00 a. m. Clone a 6 00 p. m Sundav Hcurs?Ot?en at 9 00 a. m. Clcr si 9 30 ?. m. Carriers' Schedule?Collections mado ol ?aside routes?V> 30 and lotHJ a. m. arc" 3 00 and 5 30 p. m. Full route?0 30 a. n . and 5 30 p. m. Sunday collection 5 OU p. Carners' window of-eu Sunday 9 <K) a. n nd close 9 30 a. m. Deliveries made S* OO a. m.. 12 (M> m.. ar> 6 00 p. m. All mail sbouid be in office ten niirri:?' StfoTf hour indicated for rlnaine. laurknce stabler. NO. 701 KING 8TEEET. INS?BANCE AGENT, Representing the following flm-cisai ".re insurance oompanist: LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLOBE. HABTFOED. PHOENIX, of London. WESTCHESTEB. of New York. HANOVER. PH02NIX, of Brooklyn. And others of same grade. Soliciting the patronage of the public, ] promise the most carefui attention to any but. tnaaa enttnatad to ma. fmbi f> Kemiebec Ice, (Carload lota and couutry orders a specialty. Orders from families solii ited and promptly attended to. Leave orders with drivers of BED WAG? ONS or by postal card or telephone. Prompt service and satisfaction guaranteed. wm. ai. re ard on, NO. t> STB AND. Between King and Prince streets. Telephone No. 50. my21 D. Harry Appich, 525 King Street, WHOLESALE AND BETA IL A. P P I, c the seasons come and go rovident of all lenty of fniita, and cum, and.sweeta. have at your aa.ll. 'andies, oakes throaghout the year, el Appich's stock will make good chee ? ?trSPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THI _COUNTRY TRADE.-Tfefr UNDERWEAR of all grades at lowest prices just received at _A C BLAYMASTER'S EXTRA FINE HAMS, SPGAB-CUBED SHOULDERS- and BREAKFAST BA < ON tor aalo bv_ J. C. MILBURN. SLIuED LEMON CLJNU PEACHES, can ned, quality choice, for sale at 10c a can br J. C, MILE URN. I AUCTION SALES. By O'Neal & Luut. Auctioneers. Hp B U STEES' 8ALE?By virtue of two j JL deeds of'run. dated December 4, 1894, i Mud October 10 1895, executed by George I W. Hough ana wife, and recorded respectively i is deea book No 33. page 3i9. and co d . book No 35, pa:e 330 of the land records of the city of Alexandria Yiiginia. the utidei -iune i trustees, by diieo'ion of the parties secured undei said* de d. default liBving been in ide iu the ptovisions of the s-me. will offer tot f>H!e at public auction on S TUBDAY. 0( TOBER '29. 1898, a: 12 o'clock noon, in front of the Market Building, i" the city of Alexandria. Virginia, ihe io lowing described property; to wit: ALL IH aT L?>T OK OKi I'M), with the IMPKOVEMENTS thereon, in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, bounded as follow); viz: B?ginning on the wet side of ' olumbos Street one hundred .ai d seventy-six feetse\en inchts i IT*: 7" I south of f-ronoco street, and ruining th.riee south on Columbus street twent; feet (20'); thence west parallel with Oroi oiro street one hundred anl twenty-three feet rive inchts (123' ">" : thence i orth p<r iilel with Columbus street twenty teet (20'); thence east parallel with Oronoco streer one hundred and twenty-throe ie?'t five inches (123' ?r>"1 to the beginning, tegether with all appurtenances to the same belonging or iu a-iy wi-e appertaining. Terms of Sale: Cash. .1 a ZIMME< MaN, ) LEOPOLD RU.-iE.v Trustees, t 1UBLKS B. MA Be HALL, J octll rs_ \ ClTL >NT SALE OF VALUABLE 1M ^V. PBOVED BEAL ESTATE IN A LIN ANDK1A COUNTY, VTBG1 - JA. The u. dersigntd. specia1 commissioners of sale, by virtue of the deeiee entered ir. the chtmery cause of J Ford Thompson, guard? ian, etc. vs. Charles B Thompson et als., peodit gin the Circuit Court of Alexan-,::i euuuty Virginia, on the 14,h day cf Febr a-y. 1898, wi.l sell at 'public auction, on th . premise", in Alexandria county. Virgiuia, en MONDAY. Oi TOO EE 17th. 1898, at 5 p. m., the following described BEaL EtTATE. im? prove! by a TEN-BOOM DWELLING and O?T-B1 ILDINOS, about two miles west of the Aqueduct Bridge, betwetn Cheirydale I' O. ana Ballston, ami near the residence of Dr. J. Tabor Johnston, situate in the county or Alexandria, Virginia, being all that tract of land with ttie buildings and improvtmeuts tb.Pi eon. iu his life time occupied by Charles Ihompson, oeceased. containing four acres, three roods and thirty-four poles (4 acres. 3 r o.is si34 pries,, as will aptx'ar by deeds of record >n liber M, No. 4, p 494, arid liber U. So 4. .145 of the land recoidsof Alex? andria county. Virginia. Terms of Sale: One third of the purchase money cash, and the residue in two equal i; stalments, payable in one ami two yejus, evi itduced by the uo.es of the purchase . with 'merest from date of sal??, the title to said i?nd being reserved until rinal payment. All costs of transfer to be borne by the purchaser. JAMES E CLEMENT-, I t ommrs. E. B TAY LOP. j of Sale. I heTeby certify that the bond requited by the decree rendered ou tue 14th day . f Feb riurj, 1*9^. iu the above entitle"! cause, has :>eeu given by Jarues E. Clements and E. B. T-vlor commiseie::ers of sale. sepl3w4w H.H.Y UNG, Clerk. H* rOKS. STATION EttY, A;e. THE PLACE TO BUY SCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL ^ SUPPLIES Of All Kinds if You Wish to Save Money French's Bookstore, 417 it 419 KING STREET. REMEMBER, rh?.t we carry the largest us sortment of BOOKS, new and second haml iu Virginia, and ou the best te.ms. A Holden I Patent Book Cover given away with each book. The strongest and best book cove' made. Bomember they can be had ouly Rt FRENCH'S BOOKSToBF. St9 Every child purchasing supplies here will l>e entitled to a free guess ou the HAND? SOME I) SK AND OUTFIT on exhioitiu.-. in the window. Robert W. French. SCHOOL BOOKS For Public and Privat-.- Schools at Carne's Bookstore, 703 King Street. Old school books which hsve been displaced ir: the public S'-hool? take", in exchange a? part payment on the new books which sue cee 1 them. We have the. largest variety of BLANE BOOKS. TABLETS. ETC.. in the city._ Dysons' Book Store 30S King Street, next to Opera House,. Public School Books Sold and Ex? changed at State Price5. Private School Books as low as they can he bought elsewrere. Our motto for school supplies is Best Goods. Best Seic-eiion. Best Prices. Call ar d see if vse cannot save ycu money on Slate?, double and single, Penholders. Pens. Iuks, Tablets, Blank Books. Erasers, j School Bags, ( rayot s and in fact everything else used in the school room. EVERY SHOT TELLS. FALL SUITS TO ORDER $10. Worsted _ Suitings, medium and heavy weight. Newest and nattiest styles. Tne crowning triumph of our tailoring experience Eviry one of these suits shows four great points of mastership?Material Dp-to-Date, Grand for Wear ami Looks; Workmanship, Every Garment Keeps its 'hupe. Fit Such as the the most Critical is delighted with; Prices unmatched in Alexandria, style and value counted. Bemember we are not cenneced with sweat shops All these suits are made ou the premises bv first class workman. ROBERT T. GRIMES, MF.BCHANT TAILOE a X d GENT8' FUBNISHEB. S22 King Street. : Alexandria, To. 1 nnn POUNDS MOCHA and JAVA lvfU COFFEE for sale green or frwhiT r?ftjr^ K, I r MILPHRV. CREAM SOAP is a white floating soap, lor sale at 3c a cake, bv _' T r. M7LRTTRN. PHOSCOKO, something new, just received for sale by _J. C. MILBURN. NEW PICKLES? Bunker Hill Pickles in bottles and by measure for sale at _._ J. C. MILfcUBN'S. CHOICE LOBaTERS 20c per can at J. ?. MILBUBN'S LiEGAIi NOTICES. THE UNDESIGNED Laving qualified as admi'dafrator ol JOHiM R'J'.iRK'l bvN, deceased, late of the county of Alexan? dria, Virginia, requests a 1 cieditoia to pre sent their claim*, properly verified, tu him. or to h:s so it-it. r : and ali peraoi s indeoted lo the estate to dis< luruo snch iudebtcduws. i LEX \N 1): E McKi MC UK. Adm'r., Glenwood Cem tery, Washington, D. C. MOBGAN H. BEACH, Soli-itor. Fendall Building. Washington, D. C. aep30 law-lw_ _ TTiRGINIA:?In the Clerk's Office of the V Corporation Court of the eity of * lexau dna, on the 17th day of October 1698 El zabeth A. toot by Edward G. At well, her nest frieud, vs. Arthur K. Root. In t hanccrj. Memo: The obje* t of this fuit is toob'ain a divorce a viueu.o mat rim ni from Arthur R. not It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause that the r'efeodant, Arthur B Root, is not a resident of this State, it is ordered that the said defendant appear here within fifteen days after ?lue publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect bis interest in this suit, and that a 'Opyoflbis order be for hwitli in.-cried in the" Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper pub? lished in ti.e city of Alexandria, once a week for four successive weeks and be posted at the front door of the Court House of this city. A OOpy?teste : JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk. Gardner L. Boothe. p q._oc!7 w4w VIRGINIA :?In the Clerk's Office oi the Corporation Court of the eity of Alexan? dria, on the 10th day of October, L69S. Henry La Porto } va \ Samuel J. Franklin J Memo.: The object of this suit is to sub? ject the real estate attached in th S cause to the payment of the plaintiff's claim, amount? ing to $S5 with interest thereon from the 1st day ot July, 1S9S, til. paid. It appearing b an affidavit find in this cause thit the defendant, Samuel J Franklin, is a non-resid nt ol this ."state. Ii is ordered that the said defendant appear here within fifteen days after the due publication <?t this order and d<> what is necessary to protect his interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in tiie Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the < ity id Alexandria. Va.. mice a week for four suc? cessive weeks, and posted at the front dooi of the Court House of ibis eity. A copy?Teste: JOHN" S. BEACH Clerk. Marbury & Boothe, p q. oct 0 w-lw TTTRGINIs : In the Clerk's office ol the V Corporation Court of the city of Aiexau dna on the 3d day of October, lb9S W. Bladeu Jackson, administrator with the will annexed t>; William B. Jackson, de teased, plaint;.')', va .lame- E. Hibbsand Eliza Biuwn. irancis L.Smith aud Francis Hufiy, defendants. In chancery and on an attachment. Memo. The object of this suit is to subject the real estate attached irr this cause in the payment of the plaintiff's cla<m, amoun?ug to $1.192.41, with interest at the rate ot six per cent, per auuum from the 13th day id Marth. 1S!<5, tili pawl. It appearing by at!i iavit filed in this cans", that the defendants James E. Hi i>s. r. i/.-? erown and Francis Hufty are non-resideuu of this State, it is ordere?! that said defend? ants appear here within fifteen days after due publication ot this order, and do what is ne? cessary to protect their interests in this suit, and that a copy of this tmier be forthwith in? serted in the Alexandria Ga/ette. a newspaper published in the city of Alexandria, once a week for four successive week.-, and posted at tiie front door of the Court House ut this city. Acopv?teste: JOHN S. BEACH, Clerk. Lavender and Johnson, p. q. ocl-3 w-lw \7IK0IS1A: In the Cerfe's office of the C ircuit Court of the county of Alexan? dria on the 2Sih day of 8cpum ,er. 1898. liothar Maney and Margaret A. Marcey, his wile, pi intitls. against i Imira Marcey and ethers, defendants. In chnucery. a.enn. The object of this suit, is to ratify and confirm the partition nji;do of the real es? tate of Wiiiiam Marct-y, deceased; situate in Alexandria county, Virginia, by Henry W. Febrey. James Lonaldsou and aamuei Titus, and to obtain a de> ree that the heirs of sa>! Wnliain Maney and their assigns shall hold the parcels alb lted to them respectively :n sa d partition, in seveialiy. The deleudanls, Annie K. Fowell and Charles H. Bowel], her hutbmd ; William i>. Hurst, Hebert J. Hurst. Fannie 11 >-ang?-r and Henry P. range, her husband ; Annie II. Miciaeaud Nathaniel M. Mac.ae. fcrh'.is naud; George W. Payne aud Mary O, his wife; Lillie Payne. Freudie Hea<h aud .Ihme: C. Heath, her husband; Annie B. W^ker. Johu E. Mnith. Andrew Wall, fohn A. Pres cott and William K Eilis. and the two Bisters of Garrett Forter. deceased, no*, having enter? ed their appearance and given security, ac cording to tne act of Assembly and rti.es o: this court, and it appearing by an affirlavil that ah of sa'd defendants except the two sisters of Garrett Porter are non-residents ol the State, and that the names of the two sis 'ers of Carrett Porter are unknown, it is ordered that the defendants appear bete with? in fifteen days after publi aiiuii ot this or? der, ami do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit, and that a copy of th>s order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria t-fazutte. a, newsp-ptr published in the county of Alexandria, onte a week foi four successive weeks and posted at the front door of the Court House of this county, on the first day of the next term oi" tue ? ounty Court Test: II. H. YOUNG cleik. Jame? B Catou. p. q. sep29 wl.\ uoinDLN? MATEK1AX tjsMOOI <s 00. (Successors to J. Ecctor Smoot <fe Co-; STEiH FLOORING 4 PLAM ML Manu factors.)* oi COB AND WINDOW FRAME-. K0U1D ING8. &c. DB '.LuEKS IN LUMBER, SHINGLE.-. LATHS, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT No. 25 north Union street, Alexandria, Va. -iHat delivered frw in th* citt f.-MH H. D 8M( O" DSALES 19 LUMBER, - r> ingles, Laths, Nails. Oroonj. cairinj.r* Piamr, <Stc. atAjrt'FACTTRZjsa or FLOOBING, DOOBS, SASH, BLINDS FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTEL3, AND ALL KINDS UF WOOi' W< )?K orSce and yard No. 'Jl north Union rtree Factory Nos. 13 and 15 north Loo st., Alex andria, Va. No charge for dolivery in city. _ MACH INK RY. a H. AaTXJHESOf,. J. Practical Machinists and En^iiieeis And Builders of MARINE AND STATION AB Y ENGINE & BbKisimtMnj and Steam Fitting. Ex. gineers' and Machinist*' Supplies, and all sorts ' of mill work and that connected with brick.; work promptly ex ecu tod. -Repairing prompt. Yy done. J. & E. AITCHESON. mylO 116 King it.. Alexandria. Va. ?TCTM.8. MOOBE, Machinist, Iron and Brass Fonnder, SHIP SMITH AND BLACKSMITH, 'old DoxnnoiT woxkbi SOUTH UNION 8TBEET, ALEXANDBIA Wiil furnish and repair all kinds of Machine, i ry, Iron and Brass Castings, Wrought and I Oast Iron Fences, Mill Work, Ship and Slack, smithing, Edge Tools, Mill Picks, Facing Ha.ii> men. ^rd all kinds of Mill Work made and re- j paiio.. at tns shortest notice and at reasonable i pri.es. gar The highest market price paid for Old Wrooght &&4 C*z? Iran, Brass and Copper, p RAILROADS. EN N S Y L V A N 1 A RAILROAD. TRAINS LEAVE ALEXANDRIA. For Washington 7 23 and 8 00 A. M. 12 14 .'5 23, 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. week days. Sundays 7 23 and 11 44 A. M.f 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. For Bichmond and the South?Atlantic Coast Line Express?1 4M 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 4f> P. M. week days. TRAINS LEAVE WASHINGTON. STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREETS. For Alexandria 4 30, 7 45 and 10 57 A. M.. :; 4(i. 4 25 and 4 40 P M. Sunday 4 30 and 7 45 A. hi. and 3 46 and 4 40 P. M. 7:50 A.M. Week Days. PITTSBUEG EX PRESS.? Parlor and Dining Cars, Harris burg to Pittsburg. 10:5U A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED? Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Dbservation Care Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis, Cleve? land and Toledo. Butfot Parlor Carlo Har? risburg.. 10:50 A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Car Harrisburg to Pittsburg. 3.30 P.M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX PRESS -Sleeping car Washington to St Louis, and sleeping and Dining Cars Harris burg t. St. Louis. Nashville, via Cincin? nati and i Ihicago 7:20|P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS?Pullman Skepiug Car to Pittsburg. Chicago, ami Hnrrisluirg to Clc\ciaud. Dining Carte Chicago. 7:2i' I'M, SOUTHWESTERN EXPKESS Pnlliiian Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsbnrg ami Harrisburg :o St Louis and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 1 >:40 p M. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pull mar. Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7 ??> a M foi Kane. Canandaigua, Rochester and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A. M. for Elmira and Renovo. daily, event Sunday. For Williamspon _ daily at 3:30 P. M. 7:20 P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester. Erie. Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily, except Satui lay, with Sleeping Car Waahingtoi tc Rochester. 10:40 m. lor Erie. Canandaigua, Rochoster. Ituffaloand Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester Sat? urdays only. F a; PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND THE EAST. 4:00 P. M. "( ONGBESSIONAL LIMITED,' daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore Regular at 7 00 ( Dining Car), 8 00, 9 00 1000 D::ii;.g Car;, and 1100 (Dining ai from Wilmington' A. M. 12 45. 3 15. 4 20, (Dining car from Baltimore), 6 50. 10 00, and 11 50 r. M. On Sunda; 7 <>'> (Dining car), 8 0<>. 9 00. and 11 00 Dining Car from Wilmington) A. M. 12 15, 3 1"). 4 20 (Dining cir from Balti? more) 8 50, 10 00 and 1A 60 P. M. Fo: Philadelphia only. Fast Express 7 50 A. M week lays. Express 12 15 P. M. woek days, 2 01 sad 5 40 P. M. daily. For Boston, without change, 7 50 A. M. woek days, and 4 'Jo P. M. oaiiy. ^or Baltimore-b 20, 7 00, 7 50, S 00. 9 00 1000. 10 50. l] OO. A. HL, aud 12 15 12 45, 12 58, "2 01. 3 15, 3 30. 4 0? iimitod). 4 20, 4 36. 5 40, 6 15,6 50 "7 20,1000, 1040, 15 15 and 11 50 P M. on Sunday 7 00, ?00, 9 00,9 05 ; 150 and 11 00 A. M.. and 12 15 1 15, 2 01, 3 15, 3 30. 4 0O limited, i -j'!, 5 4< ?. 6 15. ? 50, ; 2 )?l(.i 00. 10 4' and 11 50 P. M. '-? ; Pope's i reek Line 7 50 A. M. and 4 3t> P. M. wrek days and Sundajs !' 05 A. M For Annapolis i 1)0 and 9 00 A. M., am 12 15 and 5 40 P. M. dally except Sut ?..,. anudny 9 ( 5 A. M. ?ud 5 40 P. M Express foi Florida and points on Atlantic ( oast Line. 4 30 A. M. and 3 46 P. M daily ; Richmond only. 10 57 A. M. week days : Atlanta Special, via Richmoud ami Seaboard Air Line, 4 40 P. M. daily. Ac? commodation for Quantico, 7 45 A. M daily ami 4 25 P. 41. week days. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlantic City (via Delaware rivei bridge, ail rail route) 3 15, (4 00 "Con? gressional limited ) P. M. daily; vis Market -tre-1 Wharf 10 <)0 aud 11 00 A. M and 12 45 P. M. week days aud 11 5( P. M. daily. Foi Cape May 11 00 A. M. woek days aud 11 60 P. M daily. icket office, corner i 5th and G Streets an at tire station. Sixth and B Streets, whet, lers hi bo left for the chocking of baggag' !i ;; ticn from hotels and residences. .1. B. HUT- HINSON, J. B. WOOD, 'r-'i-r ? Mana\ rr General Pafunyjer A'jen WHOLESALE cfc RETAIL SROOERS TUHN AH KEN it CO. \ 1 AND DEALERS IN PURE WINES & LIQUORS. We hold largely in U. S. bonded warononse* am: carrv in stock vnrious brands of the best PURE BYE AND MALT WHISKIES MADE ._? in store superior grades of Foreigi American WJLNES, ALES, BBOWh af< ?UT. ?*? . EP-e'atisfaetion Guaranteed as to Price and Quality "Tj-S. Corner F'rin? e and Commerce Stroeta. . MlLBUBN, dealeb in NOT AND STAPLE GROCERIES, 11 '? North Ecyal Street, Alexandria, Va . roprietor of the Potomac Brand of Flour -j is unexcelled. ' ??!:'? ?' Frostily Boasted at Stere. &. Johnson & co., Vt . ?-. HOLES ALE GRO< ?38. GEN ER AX COMMlseiOri kERCHANTS, And Dealers in i LL KINDS OF LIQUORS. muid Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX ?nd pure Old Rye. Old Cabinet and Monogram skies; also Baker's and Thompson's Purs Kyo Whiskies, to which they invite the arten ? don of the trade. Orders from the country for mercandise shall re. eive prompt attention. ( oni igxunents of Flour. Grain and Country Produce solicited, for which they, guarantee the highest market prices and prompt returns. N. C corner Cameron and Royal streets. W. a. eM<?T. 8. 8- 7bbnch. W. A. FMOOT, JR. [IT A. SMuOX <% vA/., W. COAL. PALT AND PLASTER, Alexandria, Va. (rfloe?ffmoot'i wharf. Special attention paid to forwarding. KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS. Half dozen SILVER-PLATED TEA SPOONS at $1.75. Half dozen SILVER-PLATED KNIVES at $1.75. Half dozen SILVER-PLATED FORK8 at $1 75. These goods are all of the finest quality silver-plate, each piece st*r[>od with my name and the amount of silver in each guar? anteed. HENRY W. WILDT, JEWELER AND OFTiClaN, 106 N. Royal sveet. RAJIiKOAJDS. RAILROADS SOUTHERN FL J? IL W .A. Sciiodale effective May 1. 1898, subject to cnanne without notice to the oub'.ic iNo. 37, I No. 36. Dsily. Dally. 1HBOUGH SCHEDULE. No. 36, No. 38. Dally. Dally. .Arrive 15am Leave.Washington.. 3Xaiu " .Alexandria.?... " I?puj " .Charlottenville. " 55pm " .Lynchburg. " lUpm " .Danville. " 26pm Arrive.(ireenslajri..I/cave .Winston-Saiem .Kalrigh. ....Sallaburv. . ..Aahevllle. " .Hoi Springs. " ....Knoxville.Lo?ve ..Chattanooga. " .Charlotte... .Colombia. .Augusta. _Savannah. (Central Time.) ..Jacksonville.?. .Tampa. " .Atlanta. (Central Time.) ' .Birmingham (Central Time.) " .Memphis. (Central Tin e.) 8 10pm Arrive.New Orleans 9 35 pm 9 12pm 5 -t8pm 3 5Mpm 1 50pm 12 10pm 1U 30am 8 Slam in 17am 5 15am ?S noani I 15am 10 00pm 9 25arr 5 3 lam 9 30pm 11 XSpc 8 COpni T 00am 12 50am j 4 20pn 5 30au); 7 SOam i 6 42?uj 6 17aaj 3 35a oi 1 53am 11 59pm !U i jHm 5 lOpnj 3 40pn 9 vlpm 1 25pm Jl 46an 8 2iam 4 20am 8 22pm 5 15pu. 2 lOprr 12 20pm 8 I5aiu 7 30pm 1 00pm 5 55am 9 OOpn 7 50pm .Leave (Central Time.) Trains Nos. 35 and 36 connect at Calvortou for aud from Warrenton. LOCAL SERVICE. 8:35 a.m. Train No. 9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connect* at Manasaaa for Harrison burg and intermediate stations dailv and also for Stauntoti daily except Sunday , at Calvcrton for Warronton and at Franklin Junction for Rocky Mount and intermediate stations returning arrives at Alexandria 1 56 p. m 5:1") p. m. Train No. 15 for Charlottesville and way stations. Connects at Calverton for Warrenton, roturnitu: arrives at Alexandria 8.(?5 a in. 4:23 p. m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, for Harrisonhuru and intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexandiia 11:35 a. m. Trains for Round Hill and intermediate stations leave Alexandria 9:07 a. m., daily 1:07 p m. and 4:40 p.m.,except Sunday, and 6:33 p.m Sundays only,and 6:33 p m. daily for herndon. Arrive Alexandria returning from Round Hill 8:"28 a. m. daily, and 2:52 p. m. daily, except Sunday, and 8:32 p. ni. Sundays on'y. SLEEPING CAK SEKVICE. Sna. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwest'.-? Limited. Through Sleeping Cars betweor. New York and New Orleans via Atlanta and Montgomery, Now York and Memphis, via Ulanta and Birmingham, New York and Tampa via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville, uniting at Danville with Pullman sleeper from Kichmoud to Augusta via Columbia, New York, and Nashville, Term., via Asheville. Knoxville and Chafanooga. and first-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining Car between Greensboro ind Montgomery. Nos. 35 and 3(1, United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars between New VorK and New Orleans, connecting at At'anU 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. Cbatianooga ana BSemphis and at harlotle with Pullman sleeper for aud from Augusta. Solid train between Washingtou end New Orleans without change. Connect- at I ynchburg for Lexiugion. daily except aunday. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion. Through Sleeper on this train every Wednesday to Sa/i Francisco, without change. For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pullman reservation, etc., appl\ to FfvAv K S. QANNON, A. C. MOSS. Ticket AgeU, Alexandria, Va 3rd Vice President <S General Manager, W. A. TL'LK, J M. CLLP. Traffic Manager. General Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington, D. C. L. S. BROWN. General Agent Passenger Dept. Washington, D. C. KAIi.KOADs. TTTASHINGTON. ALEXANDRIA AND TT MOUNT VERNON RAILROAD. In Effect M?y 1. 1898. foe washington. Leave Alexandria, corner King and Royal Ureeta. also stop? at King ami Washington, King and Payne streets, week days, at 5 55 t< 25, (> 55, 7 20 lexprea*), 7 45 (express;. 3 00,820 (express), 8 :-$(? (express). 9 00. 9 30, Id 00, 1 1 04 and 11 42 a. m. (ex .ress?, and 12 25. 1 00 (express), 107, 00, 2 40, 3 06 ,es press . 3 40. 4 15. 4 36 oi press I, 5 00,5 31 express^. 5 45. 0 1<> express), 0 25. 7 00. 7 15 (express;, 8 15, ? 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. Sundays- 7 00, 8 OO, 9 OO. !? 40, 10 30, 11 15 a. m.. 12 00 noon, 12 45, 1 30. 2 15, 3 <?0. 3 45. 4 30, 5 15. 6 OO. 6 45, 7 30, 3 15, 9 15. 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. fob alexandria. I^eave Washington, from the corner o Pennsylvania avenue ami l.S1^ street, week lavs, 6 3o, 7 05. 7 35 (express), 8 00. 8 35, 8 59, 10<-0, 11 (X) and 1145 a. ra. 12 05 express; 12 20 1 15. 1 45. 2 05 express), 2 40. 3 00 express). 3 25, 3 59 express I, 4 15 (express). 4 50, 5 05, 5 20 exoress), 5 40, 6 05 (express), 6 30. 7 06, 7:.'<." runs to Payne street only |, S 00, 9 00. 10 OO, 11 20 aud 11 59 u. m. t-'Umiays? 7 45, 8 45, 9 45, 10 30. 11 15 i. m . 12 00 noon, aud 12 45. 1 30. 2 15, lOO, 3 45. 4 30, 5 15, 6 OO, 6 45, 7 30, 8 15. 9 00.10 00 and 11 20 p. m. fob mount vebnon. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week ?lavs, at 7 02, 8 35, lO 32. 11 32 a. m. ind 12 32, 1 47, 2 32. 3 32. 4 43, 7 4o and 9 32 p. m. .?Sundajf -7 30, 8 20 and 10 20 a. m? 12 35. 2 .j<>. 4 3 >, 7 16 and U 32 p. m. Leave Mount Veruou, week davs, at 7 40, 14 aud 1114 a. m. and 12 40, 1 33, 2 40, 4 10. 5 05. 5 33. s 20and 10 20 t>. m. leave Mount Vernon, Sundays, at MIO, !? OO and 11 25 a. m. und 1 40. 3 55, ? 20, ? 00 and 10 20 p m. Leave Arlington Junction for Arlington ind Rosslyn hourly. Bag. age (. 150 pound free checked from all -tations. ? Parcels cairiel on all trains at the follow? ing rates: Coder lO pounds. 5 cents; lO to 15 pounds, 10 ceuta; over 25 to 50 po..uds, .5 cents Freight car ied daily, morning and even? ing, in each direction at Height rates. Ticket* lire solii at tbe orhecs or" the Rail? road Company at tho following rates : rare. Alexandria to Washington, 15 cents round-trip. 25 cents. O. E. abbot. Geo. B. Phillips. General Manager. Genera. Passeuger Agt. aiKA-nHli."). WAcHLNGTON STEAMBOAT COM? PANY (LIMITED, i Bound Trip, 15 Cents. In effect on and after MONDAY, September 19,1&9S._ Leave Washington i Leavo Alexandria. A. M A. M. Columbia._. 6 10 Belle Haven.... 5 50 Beile Haven.... 0 40 Columbia. 6 50 Columbia. 7 30 Belie Haven. 7 30 Belle Haven.... 8 30 Columbia. 8 30 Columbia. 9 30 Beiie Haven.... 9 30 Belie Haveu ... 10 30 Columbia._ lo 30 Columbia.11 30 Belie Haven... 11 30 P. M P. M. Belle Haven... 12 30 Columbia.12 30 Columbia. 1 30 Belle Haven.... 1 30 Belle Haven. 2 30 Columbia._ 2 30 Columbia. 3 30 Belle Haveu. 3 30 Belle Haven.... 4 30 Columbia ...... 4 30 Columbia. 5 30 Belie Haven.... 5 30 Belle Haven .... 6 30 Co.unibia. 6 30 N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing at 9 30 a. m. POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS?STEAM? ER WAKEFIELD loavos 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._ jQ ALLY LINE TO NORFOLK AND FORT BESS MONROE. The Norfolk ind Washington Steam boat CompaEj 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 the foot of Prince rtree at 7 00 p. m. Returning will 1 eave Norfolk at 5 45 p. m. 8inglo far* $3. Round trip $5. C. W. WATTLES, Agent No. 2 Prince street BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'^ RIBBtD HOSE, regular 121??c goods, in seconds, . at IOj, just received at _A. C. SLAYMAKEB'8 j RUSHED COKE, a ciieap summer fuel, a. I j. B, ZIMMERMAN'S, [ c w UltLGGlaTSs. ARFIKTT) & HAM., DRUGGISTS OOBNEB PB1NCE AND FAIRFAX 8T3 Prescriptions a iporialty. English, French, German and Domestic Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne; Mag? nolia, Hodyoaimia, Geranium and Florida Water; Genuine Lubin's Extracts; 8p.ingea. liftir Brushes and Combs ; best English Tooth Brushes: b full assortment of Patent Medi? cos ; Coxe's Gelatine, Corn Starch, Sea Mv,.?* I arino, Spices of ail kinds, and a select stock of all articles sold by druggists at prices as low as the same quality can be obtained elsewhere -^y F. CBEIGHTON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DiiUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT MEDICINES, OILS, DYE STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac Corner Kin_ and Royal streets, Alexandria, Virginia. Ph sioiaxur' Prtecriptions carefully com pounded. Orders will receive prompt attention. Alexandria Gazttte ^Viriririia Advertiser The Gazette is the oldest paper iu the State and, with few exceptions, the oldest iu the couutty, and its usefulnesj has been demon? strated and appreciated for nearly a century. Featur.^?Preas Dispatches, Washington and licbmond correspondence, daily market reports. Loral News and matters of interest to Virginia, but more especially to this city and sec iou of Virginia. In ita columns ha? alwayi been found a mir.or of passing events anr I careful chroni? cling of the history of what i* <oing on iu the world, but more especially it ;his sectiou, has ever b.eii its aim. The Gt-z t e. situated a; it is so close tu Washington, trie great centre of new-, eLjoys daily the beneat of the press dispatches from every part of ttie wond ; hence its patrons can read lrom its columns in the evening what transpired that day iu every portion of the United Ststes, as web as from every part of the habitahle giobe. Consequ-n;ly it is an everyday occurrence for the Gazette to pub? lish telegrams from the various European capitals about twelve or fifteen hour- earlier than the morning p-p rs. Correspondence fiom Washington. Bich mond and every section of \ irgima is pub? lished regularly, and all event: of interest oc? curring within the bounds of theCemoson wealth are to be found in the columns of the Gazette. 'Hie Local Department furnishes a complete history of everything that occurs in anil near the city, and this feature will, as ever, rereive careful attention. The Oar.ette is read by nearly every l>ody in this city, especially among those who cousult its advertising columns tefore purchasing. THE COUNTBY EDITION is nearly as large as that of the daily. This edition is sent out three times a week. The advantages of advertising in this paper are apparent. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, one week, 10c ; one month. 4.'5; one year, $5. Delivered by carriers to any ad? dress in the city, or mailed to any postotlice in the United states. Tn-wocily (or country editioa) one mon '25c: 'nor months. $1: one t?*?. $3. YOU WILL FIND GRANDMA'S COUGH CANDY a carefully medicated drop, a great ecumfort, when suflering from throat trouble or similar eri'ects ct a cold, especially at bedtimf, allay? ing inflammation and wooing sleep. Speak? ers and singers are invite to try them. ^SrPrice 5c at all Store*. tS^ The GEORGE R. HILL CO., ^ECKTIES? PutTs, Tecks, Fou:-;i-Hands _y Bows. A new and bandar mo line ,?Mb.t.l.juS-.re?,^c.:sL4vMiKFBU REMNANTS EXTRA HEA\Y UN? BLEACHED yard-wide COTTON, one vard to ten-yard pieces, to run at 4?. just re? ceived at _____ A- C SLA Y M A X ? a-S _ CGJ V- .?All sugars V lower at J C. MILBI'SN'S s /CHAPMAN'S lOc an<i l-VSTOCKING! \j will please you. TELEPHONE EXCHANGE JJEXLO! _ We wish to call your attenti ALEXANDEIA TELEPHf (NE AND ITS ADVANTAGES. E Instant communication by any ??. . . with any other is furnished any c or night. Each is heard in his own r< aud business is transacted with saving of time. Communication is also had with v.-..--.. I ton. Ealti more, Philadelphia. N. w y. :. . S ! many other points, thus ai aud time. Lotr Batet. The expense is hut a few ..ot - , many cases very much less than performed is worth to More than forty Classes f bus . found among our subscribers If your name is not enrolled . own interest by subscribing at the mauager or send him *cord . telephone, and he will calloi } WYTHE WHITE ? HUNT CHIPLEY, District Sept.. Bichmom'. Va. Agrindturil Su;r-,'\,.. j Herr>ort Bryant, B H W Brick Manu ' i ! Alexandria Brb k i .? v Books and Stationer BW Fre: Beer and Gr O'Sullivan ?x Co. Brr- ? E PortneCs. Rant,. Bnrke s. Herbert. Firsl S Citizei - ' Butchers Hellmuth Brothers. M & . Cot.rO. Cour.ty Court. Cort* Ccminission .V" Fishei brothers. W J T <St J G Be' F. E Lewler A <'o ; ?: N LindseyA ('<? Chas 1 ,1 Rroder-. 1 i Thomas Perry. I .1. H. Bitzer. I W F Creighton & Co, E 1.. '? C G Lennon. ESI.'-. - < 1 John H Janney. North? - , I C M Lenuon, Eci Dry G.;? [aaac Ei<-hberg D Bei Dririh'j Parks. i Alexandria Driving I Express Companies. Adams Express I Peed and G T F Burroughs. J I J B Watkins, Florist?. J L Loose. Foundries. Curtin & Butt-. Glass and CHtrwiMr E J Miller at Co Grocers. I G Wm Bamsay. O'Sullivan <? Co Harb ? Ahem & Co. F P 1 N Liudsey ?Co. H F i: W A Johnson A Co 3 Bn d< Norton EntwisU Grocers and Liquor I'-'i ? ? ? T F Burroughs. W A .b t Harlow Brother*. J. Br< Aheru J: Co Hotels. Fleisehmaii'i Hotel Haravurt. Jai F ('?riir. Boni Infirmaries. Alexandria Infirmary. Ice Dealet Wm M Beardon Junk Dealers. J Dreifus & Co Lumber 3!< r J R Smoot & Co. J H 1 Aitchoaori <S Brc La\cyers. James B Caton. ' ( i J K M Norton, F L Stn 8 G Brent. E Eeu Marbury A Armsi i . Livery Btal Patteraou <ss Brothor. B L Ml - Lime Plaster and 1 ? . ? Geo H Bobinsou i Son, W A Si J H^D Smoot. JasBSmo Merchandise Broker * Wm Fowls Brookes m 1 A D Brockel t 1 Aft. Vernon on Of H H Dodge, Si tfmmiripnl Ofif i ? City Treasurer, Police Hea The Market. Manufacturers of Soda ami Mine, James McCuon. Machinists W 8 Moore j a Miller i. T F Burroughs. Newspapers. j Alexandria Gazette. Alexs Evening Star Bureau. B E Xotioiis. Furnishing Mrs. Beruueirner. K;ii< -: ?? Oil 6ota;)antrj Standard Oil < Phyrician.'. Dr Julian kii'.er, Dr M W O'l t DrTM Jone*. Dr Hu. Dr H P Howaro. Prirak B^vir--., / . Charles Kiu_ CC Cai Mrs M A Wood, W . B Wheatley. W i J B Zimmerman. Mrs S G Herbert Bryant. Lai r Miss M V Smith. ELD i W B Daingerfield, i. W I A D Brocke?, B F K uoj JMHill, Ash W M Smith' Ralroads. Southern Bail way?Fn . " " ?J<oou Freight Washington Southern Bai Baltimore and Potoiui W, A ?X Mt Vernon Rai ? W. A dt Ml Vernon * ?;? 11 Eeal E&tatt ' Harlow at Co. k . ? Bobert L.tu School*. Episcopal H:gc --v ! Sermion*?. Theoiogicai Seminary. Steamboat C<mp.v.v Potomac Steamboat Companj. NorfolJc and Washington s;ca;.. Washington Steamt^at Com].?: j Ship Chandifrt. HKirk, N Lind? . ? Stationer? ami Printer' B Bell's Sons J M Hiii & ( ompany, Telegraph Oompan\u Western Union Te.egra; h Foetal leiegr/ [:. ( le ' Tanneri ami Hide I ? 0 C Smoo: .s oqu. ?. S. (J&ce*. Poatomi*. Undertaker*. B Wheatley, W ii Wood and Ojo.' Dea er: DeW. Aitcheson, J K /..n.:. - W A Smoot ? Co. J Y Agr.c* i 1 - Enox jt Bobinson. Wholesale Cake and Cra.:?r Manufaeturtri Con/eciusnerr. The George ?. H:.. Do Wholesale Grocers. Chas King <s Son, N Ln ' riaksBt&rat, J Brod.ii,