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MONDAY BVENIN?. OCT. 24, 1^98.
AGKAVE ROBBER'S LIGH I SEN? TENCE. Investigation at the office iu Wash ington of thejudge advocate general of the army discloses the fact that the soldier charged with complicity in the roibery of graves in Fairfax county on August 6th, has been niven a liuht sen? tence. The order was dated Head quarters Second Army Corps, (.'amp George G. Meade, Pa., October 3 1S9S, and reads as follows: "Private Prince A. Wise, Company F, Twanti-secood Kansas voluuteer infantry, having been trieii by a gener? al courtmartial appointed by para? graph 5, S. 0. No. 99, Headquarters SecoDd Army Corps, Camp Meade, Pa.. Zopten)her 1, 1S9S, and found guilty ol v lawfully desecrating a grave by die " cir . .? rid removing parts of a human ? y therein contained at or near .?'s Ford, Va., August 6, 1S9S, in violation of the b'-'d article of war, was ' need to one's year confinement uui! ?. dishonorable discharge/' ?-.'ence is approved and will executed. Fort Columbus. Ner. rk harbor, is designated as the pl? confinement, where the prison? er Wi sent upon receipt oi further or dtrs mi competent authoriiy. "B;. command of Major-General Graham,'' etc When the case of Dr. Duncan, aesif tant surgeon of the Twentv-seconc Kansas, was being heard at Thorough fare Gap. Wise was the third wittier called for the prosecution. He gav> his name a3 Prince Albert Wise. While on the stand be gave contradictory tes timoay, and came near couvictitm him self of grave-robbing. He admitte? having been absent from camp withou written permission, under pretense oi assisting two comrades who were or the water detail. He said he went af? ter relics instead Other witnesses implicated Wise, and his conviction was anticipated on ac? count of evidence given during the trial. BUCKLIN'S ARNICA SALVE. The Best Salve m the world for Cuts.Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skiu Erup? tions, and positively cures Piles, or nt jay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded 'rice 25 cents per box. For sale b\ -Sroeet L. Allan ARNOLD'S BEOMu-CELEEY. Try this unrivaled remedy for Head&ctie*. Neunnici^ Philadelphia Peace Jnhlilee. For the grand Peace Jubilee at Philadel? phia, October 26 and '27. ihe Pennsylvania Railroad Company will sell excursion tickt t> from all ticket stations on its line, to Phila? delphia, at rate of a single fare f. r the rounc trip. Tickets will be sold and good, going. October 2-4 to' 27. and returning leaving Philadelphia to October 31, indusivo. For the accommodation of persons desiring t ? v.uie*s the evening ceremonies and return the same night, special ;ate trains will be run from Philadelphia to the principal cities oi each division each Dight. Tbo Peace Jubilee. For the grand Peace Jubilee at Phiiadel phia, October 20 and 27, the Peunsylvani* Eailroad Company will sell excursion ticker. from all ticket stations on its line, to Phila? delphia, at rate of single fare for the rouud trip ^minimum rate. 25 cents). Tickets will be so d ar,d good, going. October 24 to 27. and returning leaviug Philadelphia to Octc ber 31, inclusive. This jubilee will be one will be oue of the greatest events in the his? tory of Philadelphia and the exercises will be interesting. The President and hi; Cabinet a:e also expected to be present. Opening ami Closing of the Mails. Northern mails, week days, cioee at 7 3< and 11 45 a. m. and 1 15. 2 50, 6 5u and 8 30 p. n>. Open a; 8 00 a. in., 12 00 m and 5 00 p. m. On Sundays Northern ma:*; close at 1 1 14 a. m. and 7 20 p. m. Southern mails via Charlortosville, clo?t at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 anc 8 30 p. u. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 2 3( ?nd 4:30 p. to. Southern mails, via Ricnniond, ciuae ?' 10 40 a. m. and 3 13 and 8 30 p. m. Manaaaaa Division mails close at 7 50 a. m and 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m. Alexardria and Ronnd Hill mails close at 8 40 a. m. and 4 00 p. m. Open at 9 00 a. m. Bad 3 30 p. m. (?eeapeake and Ohio uails close at 2 15 tm. and S 30 p. m. Opfe.-> ? S 00 a. m. ai:d 30 p. ro. Washington maihi close at 7 ?*0 and 11 4.r> a. a and 1 15, 2 50, G 50 and 8 30 p. m. Open st 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m. and 3 00 anr. ' 30 ? m. OL ., Hours?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close at 00 p. m ?iindxy Hours?Open at 9 00 a. m. Close ?* 9 30 a. m. r" Schedule?Collections made on fee. toutes?6 30 and 10 00 a. m. and 8 ui> "*sd 5 30 p.m. Full route?6 30 a. m. in. Sunday collection 5 00 p. -.Tiers' window ^pon Sunday y 00 a. in. e 9 30 a. m. . eriee made S 00 a. in., 12 00 m., anc 6 a> i,. n. All mail should be in office ten minute* kitV"o hour indicated for cloning. LAURENCE STABLER, NO. 701 KING STREET. INSURANCE AGENT, Bspmantinj: the following Hrrt-clau flic insurance oomp&nitt: LIVEEPOOL. LONDON AND GLOBE. HAETFOBD. PHCRNLX, of London. WESTCHESTEE, of New York. HANOVER. PHOENIX, of Brooklyn, And others of same grade. Solicitiiuj the patronage of the public, I ?ro raise the most careful attention to any bus* last entrusted to me. f?bl6 TRAVELERS' LUNCH. CUBAN HOT SHOT, NEW CRACKERS AND CAKES JUST PUT UPON THE MARKET. FIVE CENTS FOB A QUAET OF SWEET CRACKERS. Everybody can afford to eat Crackors now. Ask your dealer. HILL BAKERY N. B Co. Alexandria, Va, AFETY BAZOR oaoe nsea yon will never do without it For sale by HENRY W. WILDT, _ 106 N. Rot?1 *tr*?\. s CJ_hNTLLMEN in need of medium weight X Underwear, cotton or wool, will find them at _CHAPMAN'S, 424 King street^ ALABGE stock of carefully selected Teas for sale low by J. C MILB?BN W AX FINISH FLOOB OIL. TRY IT. For sale by WABFJELDJrHAIL OACH TRAPS 5e at LEADBEA TEE'S. LLD CREAM CHEESE just received by J.C. MIXBUEN _AUCTION SALES._ By O'Neal & Lunt. Auctioneers. TRU8TEE8' SALE-?By virtue of two deeds of trust, dated December 4, 1S94, and October 16. 1895, executed by George W Hough atid wife, and rocordcd respectively IB deed book No. 33. page 3"J9. aud dc.d book No 35, paio 330, of the land records of the city of Alexandria. Virginia, the uudei signed trustees, by direction of the jmrtios secured under eaid de< d. default baring been made in the provisions of the same, will otTor for sale at public auction on S TUBDAY, OCTOBER 29,1S9S, at 12 o'clock noon, in frout of tho Markot Building, in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, the following described property; to wit: ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND, with tho INtPKOVEMFN IS thereon, in the city of Uexandri*. Virginia, bounded as follows; viz: Beginning on the west side of Columbus street one hundred and seventy-six feot seven inches (176' 7"^ south of Oronoco street, and running tin nee south on Columbus street twenty feet ,20'); thence west parallel with Oronoco street one hundred ani twenty-three feet five inchts (123' 5"); thence i orth par? allel with Columbus street twenty foot (20'): thence oast parallel with Oronoco street one hundred and twenty-three feet fivo inches 1*23 ?">") to the beginning, together with all appurtenances to the game belonging or iu auy wise appertaining. Terms of Sale: Cash. J. R. ZIMMERMAN, ) LEOPOLD RUBEN, ^Trustees. ( Ii 4.ELES B. MARSHALL, J octll ts TELEPHONE EXCH.A NGE J_JOME TELEPHONE COMPANY, ALEXANDRIA, VA-. EXCHANGE. 309 KING STREET. $3 A MONTH FOR BUSINESS. $2 A MONTH FOB HOMES. F. F. MABBURY. Manager. E. P. MATTER, Electrician. SUBsCBIBEBS' LIST. 193 Adams Express Company 11 Appich, D H 15 Appich. Geo A 113 Alexandria Infirmary 10 Aitcheson ? Bro 95 Aitcheson. D W 17 Adams. FM 94 Alexandria Bottling Co. Jas McCuon 20 Alexaudria Steam Bakery ?'-?7 Alexandria Gas Works 1!'!' Alexaudria Time? 7 Alexaudria Gazette 191 Allen. E L. Druggist 200 Alexander. E J 30 Anderson, E M 19 Baader. H 25 Beach, Jos S 134 Burroughs. T F 6 B & O R R Co 2i> Bain ? Paxou 176 Brili, Louis 46 Baggert, Oscar F, City Market 104 Baggett, Oscar F. Residence 170 Beckham, J T & J G 83 Barley, L C. residence 72 Barley, L C, office. 80 Carlin, J F Sous & Co 180 Carlin, Mrs M J SO Crilly. J H 30 Chatham's Stables, E L Myers & Co L26 City Engineer O'S City Treasurer 107 Columbia Engine Honso 144 Carter Bros 111 Cogan. JAi W W, Plumbers 197 Carlin. c c. residence. 87 Chalmers. A C 22 Denielt, j A. Residence 97 Drcifus, J & Co 40 Eutwisle, F L L23 Episcopal High School 127 Entwisle, J W. Druggist I 32 Economy Grocery. 27 Fisher Bros 45 Fendall, W E 47 Fannou, T J 88 Fleischmann House. 118 Flanigen, Jos B 142B Francis. Peter 102 Grilbortzer, A F 52 Garreit & Monroe 56 Graves, W P 166B Green, Andrew J 5^ Hinken & Son 75 Hellmuth Bros 31 ilarlow Bros 70 Hill, Geo E Co 62 Howard. T Clifton 41 Hamilton & Co K>t> Hydraulion Eugine House 178 Harden. B L 146' Janney, J H (L Stabler & Cod 64 Jail 26 Janney, Dr Cbas 137 A Jackson, Wash 28 King, Com ? Son 13 Kirk, H, jr 4s Lindsey, N & Co 07 Lindsey. N, Residence !? Leadbeater <x Sous 128 Matthow. J 06 Marshall, J A 7ti Mav. W H ? Son 181 Milburn, J C 99 May, J W, Residence 114 Mushbach. Capt G A, Residence 54 Mushbach, Capt G A, Oflico 38 Matter, E P. electrician. 55 Marbury, F F, Mgr 116 Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co 137 B Ncale. J Staniev 91 O'Brien. Dr M W* L68 O'Snllivan i Greene, lbO Pullman. S M 5:; Pollard, F J 84 Pollard, F J. Residence 85 Pullniau. P ? Co 49 Portner. Eobort 34 Postoffieo 14 Police Headquarters 103 Postal Telegraph Co 33 Pennsylvania B B Co 112 Peltou. CC 129 Pelton.CC S*.' --^a Ed 8 Ramsay, G Wm 50 Reardon, Wm M 105 Reli"! Truck House 93 Robertson. H F 89 Roberts, Walter, Office 139 Boberts, Walter. Residence 140 Robers, J W , 63 Rammel's Hotel, 71 Smoot, C C Sous & Co, Tannery 90 Sinoot, C C Sous i Co, Warehouse 92 Smith, B B 96 Summers, C J W 57 Smoot, W A & Co 9:? Smith, Francis L 122 Slaughter, Dr R M 151 Smoot, J C, Residence 152 Smoot, Jas R & Co 155 ?teuernagei, W H 32 Strider. J H. Residence 2 Southorn Railway Company (W & 0) 133 Southern Railway Company (V M) 42 Simpson, H A 3 Standard Oil Co 1(51 Sch?ler Beef Co. 137 Stevens. Moses, (Hacks) L82 Simpson, deo L, Mayer 113 Soper, E D 103 Virginia Glass Works 05 Vanaelstyn, (Lunch Boom 164 Wartield. E, jr 165 Wartield ?: Hall 39 Washington Steamboat Co 198 Wood, Mrs M A 185 Weil Bros 1 Mi Wcadou Bros 35 Wise. Geo & Co 61 Wise, Geo, Residence 142 Wallace, J S, harness. 190 Woolls, W P, Wolfe and Royal 153 Woolls, W P, Queen and Henry 109 Wools ? Son. W P. Queen and Fairfax. 147 Weidorman & Kelly 115 Zimmerman. J R Annaudale?Maloue. J H. Fairfax C H.? Adams, Chas. Centreville?Utterbach, B. C. Msuassas?Cannon House. Wellington ?Loeehman, C. H. Hay market?Bullish, Geo. A. Waverley?Jannoy, E. H. TOLL RATES OUT OF CITY 10 CENTS FLOUE-Ono car, 125 barrels, freshly ground tlour, including celebrated Poto? mac Flour, just received by _J. C. MILBURN. 1 Of\ BOUNDS MOCHA and JAVA -A-\J\J\J COFFEE for sale green or freah. v roiwr^ by_J. Q MILBURN. f^REAAl SOAP is a white floating soap, tor V> sale at 3c & cake, by J. U MILBURN. LEGAL NOTICES. T?XK'CCTOB'S NOTICE.?The undersign iL cd having duty <]&alified as oxecutor of 1^ AC SCHWARZ, deceased, hereby notifies a 1 persons indebted to said estate and firm of I. 8>hwaiz & Son to make payment to him, aud nil persons having c aims bgainst said es? tate and tiim of I. Schwan? ? Son to present same, properly authenticated, to bun for pay? ment. SAMUEL SCHWARZ. Executor. oct20 lm_ THE UNDERSIGNED having i|in.l.tied as administrator of JOHN BO BEST? S'-'N, deceased, late of the county of Alexan? dria, Virginia, requests all creditors to pre? sent their claims, properly verified, to him. or to his solicitor ; and all persons indebted to tho estate to discharge such indebtedi o^. i LEX AN DEB McK&BICrTAB, Adm'r., Glenwood Cemetery, Washington, D. C. J MORGAN H. BEACH, Solicitor, Fendall Building. Washington, D. C. sep30 law4w VIRGINIA:?In tho Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on the 17th day of October, 1898. Elizabeth A. Root by Edward G. Atwell, her next friend, vs. Arthur B. Boot. In Chancery. Memo : The objc t of this suit is to obtain a divorce a vinculo matiimonii from Arthur B. Boot. It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause that the defendant, Arthur R Boot, is not a resident of this Slate, it is ordered that the said defendant appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect bis interest in this suit, and that a ropy of this order be forthwith inserted in tho" Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper pub lishod in tte city of Alexandria, once a week for four successive weeks and be posted at the front door of tho Court House of tiiis city. A copv?teste: JOHN S. BEACH, Clerk. Gardner L. Bootho, p. <i._oc 17 v, I w VIRGINIA :-In the Clerk's Offico of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on the 10th day of October. l!-!K Henry La Porte 1 vs r Samuel J. Franklin J Memo.: Tho object of this suit is to sub? ject tho real estate attached in lb s cause to tho payment of the plaintiff's claim, amount? ing to SpSS with interest thereon Irom the ist day of July, 1898, till paid. It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause thittho defendant, Samuel J. Franklin, is a non-resident of this State, It is ordered that the said defendant appear here within fifteen days after tho due publication ot this order and do what is necessary to protect his interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the city of Alexandria. Va., once a week for four suc? cessive weeks, and posted at the front door of the Court House of this city. A copy?Teste: JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk. Marbury & Boothe, p q. octlO w4w "\7TBGINIA : In the Clerk's office of tho V Corporation Court of tho city of Alexan? dria on the 3d day of October, 1898. W. Bladen Jackson, administrator with the will annexed of William B. Jackson, de? ceased, plaintiff, vs James E. Hibbsand Eli/a Brown, Francis L. Smith aud Francis Hufiy. defendants. In chancery and on an attachment. Memo. Tho object of tins suit is to subject tho real estate attached iu th:s cause to in? payment of the plaintiff's claim, amounting to (1,192.41, with interest at the rate of 6ix per cent, per annum from tho 13ih day ot March. 1895, till paid. It appearing by affidavit filed in this cansi that the defendants. James E. Hi: I 5, I Brown and Francis Hufty are non-residents of this State, it is ordered that said defend? ants appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order, and do what is ne? cessary to prelect their interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order be forthwith in sorted iu the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the city of Alexandria, once a week for four successive weeks, aud posted al the front door of the Court House of this city. A copv?teste: JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk. Lavender and Johnson, p. q. octd w4w VIRGINIA : In the Clerk's oilicc of the (ircuit Court of the county of Alexan? dria on the 28th day of September, 1 B98. Eoshar Marcey aud Margaret A. Marcey, his wife.pl intitl's. against AImira Marcey and others, defendants. In chancery. Memo. The object of this suit it to rat if] and confirm the partition made of the real es? tate of William Marcey, deceased'sitnate in Alexandria county, Virginia, by Henry W. Febrey. James Donaldson and Samuel Titus, and to obtain a de< reo that the heirs ol said William Marcey and their assigns sbai! hold the parcels allotted to them respectively in said partition, iu severalty. The defendants, Annie E. Powell and Charles H. Bowell. her husband ; William D. Hurst, Rtbort J. Hurst. Fannie H Kanger and Henry P. danger, her husband : Anna- II. Macrae and Nathaniel M. Mactae. her hus? band ; George W. Payne anil Mary ('., his wife; Lillie Payne. Freddie Beach ami .Tame: C. Beach, her husband; Annie E. Walker. John E. Smith, Andrew Wall, lohn A Pres? ent! and William K Ellis, ar.d the two sisters of Garrett Porter, deceased, not having enter? ed their appearance and given security, ac? cording to the act of Assembly and rules of this court, and it appearing by an atlidavit that all of said defendants except the two sisters of Garrett Porter are non-residents of the State, and that the names of the two sis? ters of Garrett Porter are unknown, it is ordered that the defendants appear here with? in fifteen days after publication of tins or? der, and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit, aud that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the county of Alexandria, once a week for four successive woeks, and posted at tho front door of the Court House of this county, on the first day of the next term of the County Court. Test: H. H. YOUNG, Clerk. James B. Caton, p. q. sep29 w4w BUILDING MATERLiL. Ol MOOT & CO. (Successors to J. Eector Smoot & Co. 1 STEAM FLOORING 4 PLANING MILL Manufacturers of oOR AND WINDOW FRAMES. M0U11) ING8, &c. DEALERS IN LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT1 No. 25 north Union street, Alexandria, Va. Lumber delivered free in the citr. [ReTABLISHEB 1S22. . J061AB H.D 8MC0r DSALE3ra LUMBER, Shlnjlea, Laths, Nails, Ocmsnt, Calcined Plaster. <fec. KAKTJTACTTjaXBS Or FLOORING, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTELS, AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK Office and yard No. 21 north Union stree ! factory Nos. 13 and 15 north Loo st., Alex I andria, Va. No charge for delivery in city. Kennebeo Ice.i 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 postal card or telephone. Prompt service and satisfaction guaranteed. WM. M. REARDOxj NO. 6 STRAND. Between King and Princeistreeta. ^Telephone No. 50. my21 RAILROADS. Pen n sylva n I a RAILROAD. TRAINS LEAVE ALEXANDRIA. For Washington 7 23 und 8 00 A. M. 12 14 :; 23, 7 20 and 11 12 P. M. week days. Sundays 7 23 und 1144 A. M., 7 20 ami 1112 P. M. For Richmond and the South?Atlantic Coast Lino Express? 1 IS A. M., and 4 02 P. M. daily. For Richmond only 11 13 A. M. wo< k days. Atlanta Special via Richmond and Seaboard Air Line 5 00 P. M. daily. Accommodation lor Quantioo 8 07 A. M. daily, and 4 45 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.. 3 46, 4 25 and 4 40 P II. Sunday 4 30 and 7 45 A. M. and 3 4(5 and 4 40 P. M. 7:50 A. M. Week Days. PITTS BUBO EX PBKSS.--Parlor ami Dining Cars, Harris? burg to Pittsburg. L0:5U A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED? Pullman Sleeping, Dining, Smoking and Dbservation Cars Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cleve? land and Toledo. Buffet Parlor Car to Har risburg. 10:5?> A. M. FAST LINE?Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor far Harriabure 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 and Chicago. 7:20|P. HI. WESTERN EXPRESS?Pullman 6 U oping Car to Pittsburg, Chicago, and Harrisburg to Cleveland. Dining Car to (Ihicago. 7:20 I' M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS? Pullman Sleeping Cars Washington to Pittsburg and Harrisburg to St Louis and Cincinnati. Dining Car. 1 ):40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS?Pullmar _ Sleeping Car to Pittsburg. 7:50 A. M. for Kane. Cunandaigua, Rochestoi and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday. 10:50 A. M. for Elmira and Ronovo. daily, except Sunday. For Williamsporl daily at 3:30 P. M. 7:20 P. M. for Williamsport, Rochester, Erie. Bu?r.lo and Niagara Falls daily, except Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester. 10:40 p. m. for Erie. Canandaigua, Rochester, Buffalo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping Car Washington to Bochestcr Sat? urdays only. FOB PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOEE AND THE EAST. 4.O0 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED,' daily, all Parlor Cars, with Dining Car from Baltimore. Regularat 7 00 (Dining Car). 8 00, 9 00. 1000 ..Dining Car), and 1100 (Dming Car from Wilmington) A. M. 12 43. 3 15, 4 20, (Dining car from Baltimore), 0 50. 10 00, and 11 50 P. M. On 8tmday 7 00 ( Dining car), 8 00, 9 00. and 11 00 iDining Car ;from Wilmington) A. M., 12 15, 3 15, 4 20. (Dining car from Balti? more) 0 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. For Boston, without chang?, 7 50 A. M. woek days, and 4 20 P. M. dairy. For Baltimore 6 20, 7 00, 7 50, S 00. 9 00 10 00, 10 50, 1100, A. M? and 12 15. 12 45, 12 58, 2 01. 3 15. 3 30, 4? (limited). 4 20, 4 36, 5 40, 6 15,6 50 7 20, 10 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 1215 1 15. 2 01. 315. 3 30. 4 00 |limited; 4 20. 5 40, 6 15, 6 50, 7 20,;10 00, 10 4< and 11 50 P. M. For Pope's Creek Line 7 50 A. If. and 4 36 P. M. week days and Sundays 9 05 A. M. For Annapolis 7 00 and 9 00 A. M., and 12 15 and 5 40 P. M. daily ex ept Sun? day. Sunday 9 00 A. M. ana o 40 P. M Express for Florida and points on Atlantic Coast Line. 4 Mo A. M. and 3 46 P. M. daily; Bichmond only. 10 57 A. M. week days : Atlanta Special, via Bichmoud and Seaboard Air Line, 4 40 P. M. daily. Ac? commodation for Quantioo, 7 45 A. M daily, and 4 25 P. M. week days. SEASHORE CONNECTIONS. For Atlantic City (via Delawaro river bridge, ail rail route) 3 15, (4 00 "Con? gressional Limited") P. M. daily; vi? Market Street Whan 10 00 and 11 00 A. M and 12 45 P. M. week days and 11 50 P. M. daily. For Cape May 11 00 A. M. week days and 11 60 P. M daily. Tickot office, corner 3 5th and G Streute am' at tho station. Sixth and B Streets, whon orders can be loft for the chocking of baggag' to destination from hotels and residences. J. B. HUTCHINSON, J.E.WOOD. treiHT'il Manager. General Patienger Agem WHOLESALE ?* RETAIL GROCERS JOHN AHEBN & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS AND DEALEBS IN pure wines & liquors. Wc hold largely in U. S. bonded warcnottscs and carry in stock various brands of the beet PURE UVF. AND MALT WHISKIES MADE. . in Etoro superior grades of Foreign and American WINES, ALES, BEOW.N STOUT. &C. Ss'-Satist'actiou Guaranteed as to Price and Quality. Corner Prince and Commerce Stroots. T C. M1L3URN. fj ? DEALER iii FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, i i North Royal Street, Alexandria, Va I ropriotor of tho Potomac Brand of Flour which is unexcelled. Coffra Freshly Boasted at Stcre. \%T A. JOHNSON & CO., Vf. WHOLESALE GROf ERB, i INEBAL COMMISSION M ERCHANTS, And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, tiavo on hand Gibson's XX, XXX, XXXX Hid pure Old Rye. Old Cabinet and Monogram Whiskies ; also Bakor'a and Thompson's Pure :.yc Whiskies, to which they invite the atten? tion of the trade. Orders from the country for mercandise shall receive prompt attention. Consignments of Flour. Grain and Country Produce solicited, for which tiioy guarantee the highest market prices and prompt returns. N. E. cornor Camoron and Royal streets. w. a. bmoct. 8. a. rxsxcB. w. a. .'moot, je. A. SMOOT & Co., w. GOAL, BAIT AND PLASTER, Alix?nd.ria, Ya. ?3?c*?Smoot's wharf. Spoml attention paid to forwarding. D. Harry Appich, 525 King Street. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONER AND FRUIT DEALER jAs the seasons come and go .iProvidont of all, JPlenty of fruits, and nuts, and'sweets, I have at your call. Oandies, cakes throughout the year, Hi! Appich's stock will make good chee: ?SS-SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR THI _COUNTRY TRADE "S^_ ANOTHER bale of that extra heavy UN* BLEACHED COTTON to run at 5c. Best value ever offered at price. Just re? ceived at A- C SLAYMAKERS, _RAILROADS. j_RAILROADS S O TJ T FI. E FL HSr FL -A. I L "W -A. "5T ?chodulo effective May 1. 1898, subject to change without notice to the oubiic No. 3?, Dolly. 10 45pm J1 06pm 1 50?ni 3 411am 5 50a til 7 U5aui 960am 11 :57?m. B 12am 2 :15pm 3 52pm 7 Jipni 11 35pm 9 Mum 1245pm 4 15pm 4 25pm 9 30pm 7 55am 3 55pm 10 10pm 7 40am 7 40am No. 35. Daily. THROUGH SCHEDULE. No. 36, No. 38. Dally. Daily. 11 15am Leave.Washington..Arrive 113Sam " .Alexandria._ " 2 ISpiii " .CliarloUesvlUe. " 3 55pm " .Lynchtiurg. " j 6 10pm .Danville._ " 7 26pm Arrive?.Greeiidt'ori.Leave 8 30pm 1 40am 8 41pm 12 loam 1 2"Jam 4 18am 7 40*12 .Winston-Salem., _.Kalflgl. ......Sallaburv.,. " .AaheriUe. " ...Hot Springs. " .Knoxville.Le?ve ....(".laltaii.oKa. " ; 9 35pm 9 12pm 6 48pm 3 50pm 1 50pm 12 10pm 10 30am 8 51am In 47am 5 l.r?im ? l 00am 1 15am 10 00pm 6 42aci 6 17am 3 35a iu 1 11 59pm 10 43pm 6 10pm 3 40pm 9 34pm 1 25pm 11 4 f.n a 8 21am 4 20am 10 00pm l 37am 8 DOUn 5 UOaiii 9 LOam 0 35pm 5 lUam .Charlotte.... .Colnmbla. ....Augusta. .Savannah. (Central Time.) .Jacksonville.?. .Tampa. .Atlanta. (Central Time.) 12 20pm ' .Birmingham. " (Central Time.) 10 20pm " .Memphis. " (Central Time.) 8 10pm Arrive.New Orleans.Leave 9 25am 5 34am 9 30pm 11 35pm 8 00pm 7 00am 12 50am 4 20pm 5 30am 7 50am 8 22pm 5 15pm 2 10pm 12 20pm 8 15am 7 30pru 1 00pm 5 55am 9C0pm 7 50pm (Central Time.) Trains Nos. 35 end .'1(1 connect at Calverton for and from Warrenton. LOCAL SERVICE. 8:35 a. m. Train No. 9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Connects at Manasaas for Harrisonburg and intermediate stations daily and also for Staunton daily except Sunday ; at Calverton for Warronton 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 forCharlottesville and way stations. Connects at Calverton for Warrenton. rotuming arrives at Alexandria f>.05 a. m. 4:23 p. m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, for Harrisonburg and intermediate stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 11:35 a. m. Trains for Eonnd 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 0:33 p. m.daily for Horndou. Arrivo Alexandria returning from Bound Hill 8:28 a. m. daily, and 2:52 p. m. daily, except Sunday, and 8:32 p. m. Sundays only. SLEEPING CAE SEBVICE. Nos. 37 and 38, Washington and Southwestern Limited. Through Sleeping Cars between New York and New Orleans via Atlanta and Montgomery, Now York and Memphis, via Atlanta and Birmingham, New York and Tampa via Charlotte, Columbia, Savannah and Jacksonville, uniting at Danville with Pullman sleeper from Bichmond to Augusta via Columbia, New York, and Nashviilc. Tenn., via Ashevillo, Knoxville and Chattanooga, and first-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining Car between Greensboro and Montgomery. _Nos. 35 and 30, United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars between New York and New Orleans, connecting at Atlanta for and from Birmingham and Memphis; and New York and Jacksonville, connecting at Salisbury with Pullman sleeper for and from Ashevilie and Hot Springs, North Carolina, Knoxville. Chattanooga and Memphis and at Charlotte with Pullman sleeper for and from Augusta. Solid train between Washington and New Orleans without change. Connects at Lynchburg for Lexington, daily except Sunday. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion. Through Sleeper on this train evr-ry Wednesday to San Francisco, without change. For detailed scnodnle figures, tickets, Puihuan reservation, etc., appl^ to FRA>-'K S. GANNON, A. C. MOSS. Ticket AgeU, Alexandria, Va 3rd Vice President 6i <4oneral Manager, W. A. TURK, J M. CULP, Traffic Manager. Genera! Passenger Agent, Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C. L. S. BBOWN. General Agent Passenger Dept.. Washington, D. C. RAILROADS. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VERNON EAILEOAD. In Effect Mar 1, 1898. fok washington. Leave Alexandria, corner King and Royal streets, also stops at King and Washington, King and Payne streets, week days, at 5 55 6 2o, 6 55. 7 20 (express ?, 7 45 (express', 8 00, H 20 (express), 8 30 (express), 9 00, !' 30. 10 00. 11 o4 and 11 42 a. ra. (ex? press), and 12 25. 100 (express), 107. 2 00. 2 40, 3 06 (express). 3 40. 4 15, 4 36 expressi, 5 OO, 5 31 icxprees), 5 4?, 6 10 express:, 6 25, 7 00. 7 15 (express), 8 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. Sundays-7 00, 8 00, 9 00. 9 40. 10 30, 11 15 a. m., 12 00 noon. 12 45. 1 30. 2 15, 3 00, 3 45, 4 3(>. 5 15, 6 00. 6 45, 7 30, 8 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. foe alexandria. Leave Wellington, from the corner o Pennsylvania avenue and 13^ street, week days. 6 30, 7 05, 7 35 (express), 8 00. 8 35, 8 59, 10 i 0, 11 00 and 1145 a. m. 12 05 (express, 12 20. 1 15, 1 45. 2 05 express), 2 40, 3 CO (express). 3 25, 3 59 express), 4 15 (express,!. 4 50, 5 05, 5 20 (express), 5 40, 6 05 (express), 6 30. 7 06, 7:35 anus to 1'avne street only !, S 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 noou, and 12 45. 1 30, 2 15, 3 OO, 3 45. 4 30, 5 15, 6 00, 6 45. 7 30, 8 15, 9 00.10 00 and 11 20 p. m. for mocnt vernon. Leavo Alexandria for Mount Vernon, week days, at 7 02, 8 35, 10 32, 1132 a. m. and 12 32. 1 47. 2 32. 3 32, 4 43. 7 SO and !? 32 p. m. Sundays-7 30, 8 20 and 10 20 a. in.. 12 35, 2 00. 4 35, 7 16 and 9 32 p. m. Leavo Mount Vernon, week days, at 7 40, 9 14 and 1114 a. m. and 12 40. 1 33, 2 40, 4 10, 5 05, 5 33, S 20 and 10 20 p. m. Leave Mount Vernon. Sundays, at S 1<>. 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 pound free' checked fromall stations. Parcels carried on ail trains at tho follow? ing rales : Under JO 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 arc sold at the offices of tho Rail? road Company at the following rates: lare. Alexandria to Washington, 15 cents round-trip, 25 cents. G. E. Abbot. Geo. R. Phillips, General Managor. General Passenger Agt, STEAMERS. WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM? PANY (LIMITED.) Round Trip, 15 Cents. In effect on and after MONDAY, September 19.1893._ Leave Washington Leave Alexandria. A. M A. M. Columbia._. 6 10 Belle Haveu.... 5 50 Belle Haven.... 6 40 Columbia. 6 50 Columbia. 7 30 Belie Haven. 7 30 Bello Haven.... 8 30 Columbia. 8 30 Columbia. 9 30 Belie Haven.... 9 30 Bello Haven ... 10 30 Columbia._ 10 30 Columbia.....11 30 Belle Haven... 11 30 P. M P. M. Bello Haven... 12 30 | Columbia.12 30 Columbia.. 1 30 Belle Haven.... 1 30 Belle Haven..._ 2 30 , Columbia.2 30 Columbia. 3 30 Belle Havon. 3 30 Bello Haven.... 4 30 Columbia . 4 30 Columbia. 5 30 Belie Haven.... 5 30 Belle Haven. 6 30 1 Columbia. 6 30 N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing at 9 30 a. m. POTOMAC BIVEB LANDINGS?STEAM EB 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 hoars for St. Clement's Bay and Leonardtown. C. W. BIDLEY, General Manager. JOHN B. PADGETT. Agent._ Jp^AILY 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 ths foot of Prince rtrae at 7 00 p. m. R*fUTEing will leave Norfolk at 5 45 p. m. Sinirlo fare $3. Round trip $5. C. W. WATTLES, Agent No. 2 Prices meet BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S RIBBED HOSE, regular 12V goods, in seconds, at 103, just received at _A. C. SLAYMAKER'S. /"IBUSHED COKE a cheap summer fuel, a J. E? ZIMMERMANN DRUGGISTS. ^TABFIELD & HALL. DE?GOIST8. CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX 8T8. Prescriptions a rpdciaity. English, French, German and Domestic Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne ; Mag? nolia, Hedyosimia. Geraniam and Kloridt Wotor ; Gonuine Lubin'a Extracts ; Sjvingoa. Hair Brashes and Combs ; best English Tooth Brushes; a full assortment of Patent Modi .ja; Coxe's Gelatine. Corn Starch, Sea Mi,m laiine. Spices of ali kinds, and a select stock of all articles sold by druggists at prices as low as tho SAme quality can be obtained elsewhere w. F. CREIGHTON & CO., Wholesale and Eesail Dealer* in DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT MEDICINES, OELS, DYE STUFFS GARDEN SEEDS, &c. I Oornei King and Royal streets, Alexandria, Virjf' , Ph 8lolansJ PTtacxiptions carefully com? pounded. Orders will receive prompt attention. Alexandria Gazetted VimniaAdvertiser 1 The Gazette is the oldest paper in the State and, with few exceptions, the oldest in the count;y, and it? usefulness has bee:: demon? strated and appreciated for nearly a century. Features?Press Dispatches, Washington ami Richmond correspondence, daily market reports. Local News and matters of interest to , Virginia, but more especially to this city and sec ion of Virginia. In its columns ha? alwayi been found a minor of passing events atu. s careful chroni cling of the history of what is going on in the ? world, but more especially it :his section, has j ever been its aim. ! The Gaz.-tte, situate i as it is so close to Washington, the great centre of news, etjoys diily the benedt of the press dispatches from every part of the world ; hecce its patronican read troin its columns in the evening what ' transpired that day in every portion of the j United States, as weli a; from every part of j tho habitable globe. Conseqm n:ly it is an ? cvery-day occurrence for the Gazette to pub? lish telegrams from the various Euroiean I capitals about twelve or fifteen hours earlier j than the morning papers. Correspondence from Washington. Bich i mond and every section of Virginia is pub ! lished regularly, and all events of interest oc j curring within the bounds of the Common I wealth are to be found in the columns of the Gazette, I The Local Department furnishes a complete ' history of everything that occurs in and near ' the city, and this feature will, as ever, receive 1 careful attention. I The Gar-ette is read by nearly everyl>ody in j this city, especially among those who consult its advertising columns before purchasing. THE COUNTRY 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 ; ore mouth, 43; one j year, $5. Delivered by carriers to any ad- j dress in the city, or mailed to any i-osiorlice j in the Unitod States. Tri-wocily (or country editioa) one mon ii5o: four months. #1: one year. $3 YOU WILL FIND GRANDMA'S COUGH CANDY a carefully medicated drop, a great comfort, when suffering from throat trouble or similar effects of a cold, especially at bedtime, allay? ing inflammation and wooing sleep. Speak? ers and singers are invite to try them. JSTPrice 5c at all store*. The GEORGE R. HILL CO., ALBXAKORtA V4 ECKTIES? Puffs, Tecks. Four-ic-Hacds and Bows. A new and handsome lice for the fall just ?Xc?SLAYMAKEE-S. BEMNANTS EXTBA HEAVY CN BLEACHED yard-wide COTTON, one vard to teu-vard pieces, to run at 4c. just re? ceived at A. C SLAYMAKER-S. S UGAR".?Ail sugars ^c lower at J. C. MTLBURN'S. CHAPMAN'S 10c and STOCKING"3 will please you. HELLO! We wish to call yon r atft ALEXANDRIA TELEPH* ' AND ITS ADV ? - ^l Instant communiciitiui with any other ia faraishi or night. ??! Each is heard in his and business is transacted with t:.e iZ**' saving of time. "~ ,; Communication is also W?,v ton. Baltimore. Philadelph ... many other points, thus u : and time. -"'? Lou Batet, The expense la hut a few i . ? many cases very much less 1 ' : performed is worth tothi ' ' ' More than forty cosset found among our- . ? ' If your name is not enrol ? . own interest by subscribu /; the manager or send huz telephone, and he will "* : WYTHE WHITE HUNT CHIPLEY. District Sup:. Rich] v, Agricultural Supp iet Herbert Bryant, R H w , .. Brick Maw Alexandria Bri< Books and Stationery. RW Frcncl Beer and. Gi O'Sullivan .v t... Brevi-rie.' R Port: ? ? Banks. Burke & Herbert. F r Citizens' Nao'i Dal Butcher' Hellmuth Brothera. V. - Oourtt. County Court 1 Gommvud-fi Id Fishci Brothers. J T A J G Beck!.nr.;, E E Lawler & Cc. N Lindsey ?Co < - J BrorTcrs. j Thomas Pi D ? \ J. H. Bitzcr, Drug\ i W F Creighton Co. C G Lennou. - i ' John H Janney. | I C M Lennou. I Dn G Isaac Eii I TV.Vi: , Pa. i Alexandria Driv Erpre*- 1 ?? ?. mit Adams ?.r. press I Peed and Gra T F Bnrronghs, I J B Watkins, j . J L L ? F Curt in & i Giant un-i i Kin E J Miller L Gri>crr> G Wm Ramsay, O'Sullivan & Co Ahern & Co, N Lindsey & Co, W A Johnson & Co JE Norton Ei I Grocers and Liqu T F Burroughs. I Enrlow Brother* J 9 s Fleischmanii II ? 1 Jas F Carlin Infinii'iri'*. Alexandria Ice Di ? Wm M Beat Junk Dea J Drcifu? v Lumber 3Ii J R Smoot ? Co, Aitc.he-.': <S Lawyer?. Jajnes B Ca ton, ;' JEM Norton. | S G Brent. H Marbury & Ar 9 Lirer, - Patte no j Si Brother Lime Plaster an Geo H Bobinsou &Soi J H^D Smoot. MrrfVi?;<:: Wm Fowls . A D Bri" - Mt. Fi H H Dodge ? Municipa City Treasurer, '' 1 The V. Manufacturer) of ? James Mm : W S Moore I MMert Alexandria Gasette, M Evening Star Bureau. ? Rotiont, Fi' r flj Mrs. Beruheimer. K:: g -? Mt Standard 11 Jg Dr Julian Miller. M Dr T M Jones. DrHPH M Private Besi jjjE Charles Site i Mrs M A Wood. B Wheatley. J B Zimmerman. Herbert Bryant. Miss M V smith. E ! W B Daingerf eid, BW . A D Bro. kett. J M Hill. w jr s Sonthera Railway . Washington Son?H Baltimore and Pot> ;. W, A & Mt Vernon :. .. W. A <? M: Vernoii .. Real Ettatt Harlow A Co. Eoix-r: L j Episeop*. . ? . I temvuirv -. Thsolog-.cA. & Steamivtn Co Potomac Steam Loa: < . Norfolk an.i Wafh:ng:?'. - Washmgtxtn Steamboat I Skip Chan : H Kirk, s . Slatiorier.' an . I i. ? J M Hill A Cor. Telegraph, < \, -t n Wsstern Cnjon Talegraj 1 ?' Postai Teiegrs; . Tanners and ffi . CCec- . ? ?. ?-. . Postoi <. Undertaker'. B Wheatley, Wood and C i . DeW. AitchesoL. W A Smoot j: Co, Knoi \ ?. WhoUsaU Cake and Ora. t - ? ??? - ? ' '' Con/ec:t- net i The George B. Hill Co. Wholesale Gr Chas King A Sec. N L FIsiax fins, J Brod?:i. Pars?