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TUFSDAY EVENING. NOV. 1. 1898 I . I ER FROM PA FRF \X [ orrospondence Alexa diu? a^i. <. \ LJNCOLNIA, Vs., Out. 31 ? Mr.- A. V. 17 ? cusod and bei daujibter, Mrs. Mt?r\ V/hi'e, returned frcia a trip to \*T-RMne?t?n on last. Saturday. The d lady will this wrek tio and si childreu who are in a good 8t :iear Tvnnrllvown. D. C. 1 eveuing at 4 o'clock Mt the Ki>\> cor -ihanel here Air. A. M.Lewi , fro;, e Theological Seminary, band? ied wi il his sermon, hir- topic beim: "The Ideal man," and he had tne btft of attention. The many friends of Miss Anna Car ter are glad to have her here win them again after a pleasant vieit to her home in Clarke connty. Sne is here with her brother, Mr."J. Carter, our postmaster. On Wednesday evening, November 2ad, the young ladies and gentlemM. connected with the Christian Eudeavo. Society of the Methodist Church ben will have a box party at the home of Mr. J. E. James, and it is expected that cur fair daughters will furnish the eatables and their gallant escoiti the -wherewithal to pur? chase the same at auction for the benefit o the society. Mrs. Elsie Miller, the aged mother cf Mrs Lang, is in a vrry precarious state at tbi time, as she is gradual1}- wearing away, and there doos not seem to be any cbango for th< better, and owing to her age, 70 years, sbi is liable to drop off at anytime. On lsat evening as Willie Crumbaugh w? attempting to crawl through a barb wir? fence ore of its points struck his right eye. but without doing any serious injury, and he is none the worse from his escapade We are sorry to learn that Miss Meek Fitz hugb is at this timo suffering from a throai trouble, but these who know her tru3t tiiHi she may soon be out again as usual. A number of c?ses of sickness in this im? mediate vicinity are reported, but all of the patients are getting aloug quite nicely, as their complaints are Lot serious. California and Florida. The Personally Conducted Tourist System of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company ha. arranged for the tollowiug tours : California?Tour will leave Philadelphia February 9. Nineteen days will be spent in California. Tbo party will travel over th entire route by the "Golden Gate Special, the finest train that crosses the continent. Florida.?Four tours to Jacksonville will leave Philadelphia January 24, February 7 and 21, and March 7. The drat three of these admit of a sojourn of two weeks in thi "Flowery State." Tickets for the fourth torn will be good to return by regular trains cum May 31, 1899. For lates and full informa? tion, address C Studds, Passenger Agent. Washington, D C. Winter Excursion Tickets. On November 1 the Pennsylvania Bailroae Company will place on sale exeur-ion ti kets to all prominent winter resorts iu New Jer? sey, * irginia, North and South i aroim Georgia, Florida an 1 Cuba. The tickets wi. be sold at the Ut,u?i ow rates, with the u-iu? liberal return limits. An iliustrai d look, descriptive of winter re-ort.s. and giving routes of travel and rates for tickets, will b< furnished free after November 1 on applica? tion to ticket *gonU. Opening and Closing of the Mails. -Northern mai.s, week days, ciose at 7 3 and 11 45 s. ^i. and 1 15, '2 50. 6 50 am ? 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m and 5 00 p. m. On Sunday* Northern ma: .' close at 11 14 a. m. ai.d 7 20 p. m. Southern mails via Charlotte? vi lie, ciof; at 7 50 and 10 55 a. m. and 2 15 an< 8 30 p. m. Open at 8 00 a. m. and 2 3< and 4:3^ p. m. Southern mails, via Eichmond, cioae 10 40 a. m. aaid 3 13 and 8 30 p. m. Manassaa Division mails close at 7 50 a. t and 3 45 p. m. Open at 1 p. m. Alexandria and Bound Hill mails close si B 40 a. m. and 4 00 p. <u. Open at 9 00 a. m. BBd 3 30 p. m. Chesapeake and Ohio nails close at 2 If f. it ai.d S 30 p. m. Opto ? 8 OG a. m. au 3(. p.m. Washington mails close at 7 JO and 11 4f ?. ta., and 115, 2 50, 6 50 and 8 30 p. m fcp?n at 8 09 a. rm, 12 00 m. and 3 00 am <_ ... . m. je Hours?Open at 8 00 a. m. Close ?< 6 u>* m Honrs?Or*n at 9.00 *. m. Cloe? f ' ?. m. >rs' Schedule?Collections made ol fct .-outee?-6 30 and 10 00 a. m. an<? 3 Ot *nd 5 30 p.m. Full route?8 30 a. m. ?nd 5 30 p. m. Sunday collection 5 00 p. Cr.rriors' window open Sunday 9 00 a. m. nd cloae 9 30 a. m. Deliveriee made 8 00 a. m., 12 00 m? am 5 00 p. m. Ail mail should be in office ten minuto Wfore hour indicatAd <or "Iptjiip. Alexandria Gazette & Virginia Advertiser The Gazette is the oldest paper in the Statt and, with few exceptions, the oldest in the countsy, and its usefulness has been demon? strated and appreciated for nearly a century. Features?Press Dispatches, Washingtoi> and Eichmond correspondence, daily uiarkei reports, Local News and matters of interest h Virginia, but more especially to this city ano section of Virginia. In its columns has alwayi been found a minor of passing events anc s careful chroni? cling of the history of what is going on in thi world, but more especially in this section, hw ever been Its aim. The Gazette, situated as it is so close to Washington, tho great centre of news, enjoys daily the benefit of the press dispatches from every part of the world ; hence its patron; can read lrom its columns in the evening what transpired that day in every portion of the United States, as well as from every part ol the habitable globe. Consequently it is at every day occurrence for the Gazette to pub? lish telegrams from the various European capitals about twelve or fifteen hours earlier than the morning pup -rs. Correspondence from Washington. Bich moud and every section of Virginia is pub? lished regularly, and all events of interest oc? curring within the bounds of the Common? wealth are to be found in the columns of the Gazette. The Local Departmeut furnishes a complete history of everything that occurs in and near the city, and this feature will, as ever, receive Larefnl attention. The Gasette is read by nearly everybody in this city, especially among those who consult its advertising columns before purchasing. THE tOUNTKY EDITION ia nearly as large aa that of the daily. This edition is sent out throe times a week. The advantage/ of advertising in this paper are apparent. RATES OF SUBSCE11TI0N. Daily, one week, 10c; one month, 43; one year, f 5. Delivered by carriers to any ad? dress in the city, or mailed to any postotlico in the United States. Tri-woakly (or country edition) one month, 25r forjr raoatha. $1: one ymr, $3 CHUJCH CANDLES, Pure Beeswax Ol dies, for sale by _J tt MILB?RN AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE FLOUB fr-j&b, for sale by J. a MILBURN. Py B. F. Knox, Auctioneer. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE of the Cir cuit Court of Alexandria county. Vir gi ;x. rendered at its November term, 1S92, in the case of James L Barbcur. doin;; busi? ness und , the namo and style of Tin Wash- j i . t u F Qi and Feed Company, vs. John Offord, et als, pending on the cbaucery side of said court, the undesigned, who by 6aid decree, was appointed as Special Commission? er for that purpose, will sell at public auction, on thb 12TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1S9S, at 12 o'clrck m., in front of the Royal stToet entrance to the Market Building in the city of Alexandria. Virginia, the following BKaL ESTATE situated in Alexandria county, Vir * First.?A TS CT OF LAND beginning at "a" in the plat annexed to the deed !rcm W. C. Johnston ar.d wife to John Offbr.:, a stone on the north hide of tho Arlington turnpiKe corner to a parcel of land sold by W.C. Johns? ton to Mildred Harte; thence south 75j? w. 4 9G chains to "B " a stone on the north side ot s*id pik , tho southeast comer of tho Epis? copal (hurch lot; thence north 12JC' w. J. 58 chains to "C," a stone the northeast comer of said lot; thence south 774? w 1.4 J chains to ' D," a stcne tho northwest corner of said lot in Mrs. Henry's line; thence north 6i? w. 6.89 chains to " -'.'' a stone in said lino, corner to the lot sold by said Johnston to Thornton Davis: thence north 82? 7' o. 5 117 chains to "F," a stone comer to sa'd Harte's lot, with s-ud lot south 14? 55' e. 7 82 chains to tho beginning, containing 4 a. 1 r. and 17 p. Second?TWO PARCELS OF LAND near the Convalescent Camp. No. 1, containing ono acre lying near the county road, leading from Ball's Cross Roads to the city of Alex? andria, and No. 2. being the north half of orignal lot No. 3, as per plat of T. N. Carter, surveyor, made for J. S. Wimsalt, October 20th, 1874, said to contain one acre and on the north side of the road ioadi g from Ball'= Cross Roads to Alexandria. Terms of Sale.?One-third of tbo purchase money in cash on the day of sale, and the res? idue in two c<iu*l pajmmts at six and twelve months from the day of sale, the deferred payments t;> bear interest at the rate of six per centum per annum, from the d?y of sale uutil paid, and to be secured by the bonds of the part-baser or purchasers, with approved pets^ual security, and the roiention of the title until the payment of tbopurchaso money in full. C-onveyaucing at tho cost of the pur? chaser or purchasers. JAMES F. CATON, Special Commissioner of Sale. I hereby certify that James B. Catou, Spe? cial Commissioner of Sale *bovo named, his executed before me, bond with approved sure tv, according to tho terms of tho decree above referred to. H. H. YO?NO, Clerk. oct2S ts __ By B. F. Knox. Auctionoer. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TBUST dated July 31st, 1895, and rocorded in deed book No. 35, p. 201, of tho land records of Alexandria city, Virginia, anl being thore unto directed by the holder of tho note se curi-d by the snid deed of tiuet; I will sell at public auction, for cash, on SATURDAY, tho 12th dav of November, 1898, at 12 o'clock m., in front of tho Royal street entrance to tho Maiket Building, in tho city f Alexandria Virniuia, ALL THAT LO'i ? iF GhOCND WITH THE BUILDINGS i?ni IMPROVEMENT- thereon, situated in sat.i C ty, on the south side of Duke street, be ween We*t street and the htouo Fringe. and oounded and described as lollows: to wit: '< ginning ?t a point on the Fouth side of Duk< street 377 ft. 8 in. west of West street; the' <?>? southward at ngnt angles to Duke street 2!'7 <t 9 in to the property of the Wasbingtot -outhern Railway Company; thence west w -rdly parallel to Duke street 37 ft. 10 in.; then> e with the old District of Columbia line north 42 25' w. 18 ft. C in ; thence west wnrdly parallel to Duke street 0 ft 8 in. with the property of the Washington Southern Railway Company ; thence northwardly 287 ft 9 in. to Duke street, and making right angles therewith, and thence eastwardly alorm D?te street and fronting on the same 00 ft to the beginning, together with all rights and appurtenai ces to the same belonging. Con veyancing at the cost of the purchaser. JAMES E. CATON, Trustee. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL, AT THF Barne time and place of the sale above advertised, offer for sale at public auction, TWO BUILDING LOTS adjoinining the premises descr:bod in the foregoing adver? tisement on 'be west, each lot fronting on Duke street 25 ft. and running southwardly in depth 287 ft. 9 in., more or less; also TWO BUILDING L'*T9 on the south side oi Duke street, adjoining the premises described in the above advertisement on the east, each fronting on Duke street 25 ft, more or les' and running s ulhwardly in depth 297 ft. 9 in., more or less. Terms of Sale: One third of the purchase money in cash on the day of sale, and the residue in two equal instalments at six and twelve months from tho day of Bale, bearing legal interest, and to be secured by deed of trust to be executed by tho purchaser or pur? chasers of said lots respectively. Conveyanc? ing aud any necessary surveys to be at the cost of tho purchaser. MARGARET KRAMER. By James B. Caton, Attorney oct2S ts_ Py B. F. Knox Auctioneer. BY VIRTUE O F A DEED OF tin t. dated July 3d. 1895, and re? corded in deed hook, No. 34, page 271, of the land records <>( Alexandria city, Virginia, mid boing thereunto directed by tho holders of the notes secured by tho said deed ol trust, we will sell at public auction, for cajh.oD SATUBDA Y, the 12th dt.y of November. 1898. at 12 o'clock m., in front of the Boyal street entrance to the Market Building, in tho city of Alexandria, Virginia, tho following real estate situated in said city: i First. ALL THAT TENEMENT AND LOT OF GhOUND heretoforo known as the I EL DOB ADO HOUSE, situated on the north side of Cameron stroet, between Fairfax and Royal streets, and fronting on Cameron street 20 feet 0 incaes, more or less, and ex tended northwardly in depth 100 feet, more or lees, to Lawson's Hue, and bounded on the west by tho property formerly Aloxaudor's, and on the east by Lawson's lino, together with all rights and appurtenances to the said lot of ground belonging, and especially the right of way over an alley three feet wide leading from the rear of said lot of ground into Royal street. Second ALL THAT TENEMENT AND LOT OF GROUND situated on tbo west side of Lee street, brtwecn Quoen and Priuces* streets, and bounded as lollows: Beginning on tho wc8t side of Lee street at thu north line of an alley four feet wide, and at a point supposed to be GO feel 4 inches north of Queen street; thence west parallel to Queen street 1 4 feet; thonco north parallol to Leo street 28 feet; and thence east in a direct line 74 feet to Leo street, and thonco south on Leo street 28 feet to the beginning together with the right of way over the said alley and all appurtenances to tho same belonging. Con? veyancing at the cost of tho purchaser. WILLIAM F. HOLTZMAN,) _ JAMES E. CATON, J ^tece. oct28 ts ~~A YOU NEED THIS. lgj*jflB*v A salt shaker that does not pack Stesg that will work every time. The _j_3 _| "ALDEN" is its name and the cost ?ES Sis 10c each cr 3 for 25c. Try it S?5r*3l - ou vp*'1 not use an^ otner 3flj| 2 We &'so havo a new ?GG BEAT 3__ 3 f?T '5c. Something entirely SbEB tR'iew. and that wili beat eggs quick? *mu\\w>*CT and with less labor than any boater on the market E. J. MILLER & CO.. _ 317 ?it.g Street. ANOTHER bale of that extra heavy UN. BLEACHED COTTON to run at 5c. Best value ever offered at price. Just re? ceived at _A. n. ?LAYMAKERS GENTLEMEN in need of medium weight Underwear, cotton or wool, will find them at _CHAPMAN'S. 424 King street. BLANKETS AND COMFOBTS, all prices just received at A. C. SLAYMAKEB S. jlegal notices._ EXECUTOR'S NOTICE?The undersign ed having rtu^y qualified as executor of D?*AC SCHWABZ*deceased, hereby notifies all persons indebted to said estate and firm of I. bebwaiz St Son to make payment t'; bim, and all piteous having c a:in- against 6*k es? tate and tiim of I. Schwarc &. >u:i t<> present Ranie. properly authenticated, to hnu fo; pay? ment SAMUEL SCH W * BZ Executor octgOlm_ THE TJNDEKS1GNED having qualified as administrator of JOHN BOBKRT boN, deceased, late of the county of Alexan? dria, Virginia, requests ail creditors to pre? sent their claim*, properly verified, tu him. or to his solicitor ; and all oersot s indebted to the estate to discharno Mich indebtedness. a LEX AN DEB McKtBICHAB, Adm'r., Glenwood Cemetory, Washington, D. C MOBGAN H. BEACH, Solicitor, Feudad Building, Washington, D C. sepSO law4w VIRGINIA : In the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of the county ol Alexan diia, on tho 2;nb day of <) -tobor, 1 >!'S W. Baldwin Jackson, administrator with the will annexed of William B. Jackson, plain? tiff, against James E. Hibbs, J. K. M. Nor? ton, Georgo E. Emtnoni and f harles W. Simpson, defendants Memn. Tho plaintiff in this suit having made affidavit, *s required by law. at his re? quisition, tho cllicer to whom this writ is di? rected is hereby ordered to attach the estale of the defendant, James E, Hibbs, especially all said Hibbs's interest in the following ; viz: A tract of land in Alexandria county, Virgin? ia, containing 3 acres, i rood and 39 02 poles; another truct of laud in the same county, co - iainii:g 1} acres; the said tra>:: beine the same property conveyed to James E Hibiis and Edwin P. Jones, Ac, mid dated Novem? ber 21, 1869, for Wm. B. Jackson, recorded in the land records of Alexandria county, Virginia, in lib;r K, No. -I, folio 72, and par? ticularly described in deed lioui Slid Dibbs and Jones and their wives to J. K. M. Norton and George E. Emmons, recorded i.i liber T, No.4, page 305, Ac., to which deods refci enco is made Also all bai ding and improve? ment on said tracts of land and the machinery now on the said premise*, particularly de? scribed in last mentioned deed The defendants not having entered their appearance and givon security, according to tho act of assembly and the rules of this Court, and it appearing by an allidavit that they are non residents of this -"-t?te, it i? ordered that tho defendants appear here with? in fifteen days after publication of this or? der, and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit, and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted iu the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the county of Alexandria, once a week for four successive woeks. and posted at the front door of the Court House of this county, on the first day of the next terui of the County Court. Test: H. H, YOUNG, Clerk. Fleming J. Lavender") and > p. q. John M. Johnson. J ort29 w-tw VIRGINIA: In the Clerk's offc-.. ?! the Circuit ? ourt of the city of Alexandria on the 29th day of October, 1 898. Henry 1 aingerfield, Philip Burton Key Cai:: geriield, Lorenzo Lowis Daingorfluld, an infant; John S. Barbour Daingerfield. an infau'.; aud Katharine Sewall Daingerfield, an infant: by Henry Daingerfield, iln.ii nert friend, complainants, vs Effio Dain? gerfield, Sallie Carter, Eliza Daingerfield.' Beverrty A Daingerfield. I imrlot:e 1>. Dain? gerfield, J. K M. Norton, Julian T. Buike and Virginia P. K. Daingerfield, defendants Memo The object of Iii s suit i-i to obtain an i-sue of devisavit vel non made up and trio I by jury at the bnr of the Court to ascertain and try whether the paper writing admitted t> probate in this Court on January 4, 1898, purporting to be the last will and testament of Ll'ziB Daingerfield, is or is not tho true iast w 1 and testament of Riiza B. Dainger? field, deceased, that the said probate be Fct aside and declared and decreed not t ? be b< r last will and tes:ament and <or get oral rel ef iu the premises. It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause that the defendants, ElRe Daingeifield. Sallie (arter Eliz* Daingerfield, Beveidy A. Daingortiold aud Charlotte B. Daingerfield are non-rosidcnU of this Stato, it is ordered that tho said defendants appear here within fifteen days after due publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect their in? terests in this suit, and that a copy of this :>rdtr be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper published in the city of Alexandria, once a week for four successive weeks, aud posted at the frout door of the Court House of this city. A copy ? teste : JOHNS. BEACH, Clerk. Moore <fe Keith, 1 Edmund Burke and > p q. Samuel G Brent, J oct31 wlw VIEGINIA:-In tho Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on tho 17th day of October. 1898. Elizabeth A. Boot by Edward G. Atwell, her next friend, vs. Arthur K. Boot. In Chancery. Memo: Tho objet t of this suit is to obtain a divorce a vinculo matrimonii from Arthur B. Boot. It appearing by an affidavit filed in tbis cause that the cefondaur, Arthur B Boot, is not a resident of this Slate, it is ordered that the said defendant appear here within fifteen days after duo' publication of this order and do what is necessary to protect bis interest in this suit, and that a eopyofthis order be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Gazette, a newspaper pub? lished in trie 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 copy?testo: JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk. Gardner L. Boothc, p. q, ocl7 w4w VIBGINIA :?In the Clerk's Office of the Corporation Court of the city of Alexan? dria, on the 10th day of October. 1698. Henry La Porte ] vb. > Samuel J. Franklin J Memo.: Tho object of this suit is to sub? ject the real estate attached in th;s cause to the payment of tho plaintiff's claim, amount? ing to I$85 with interest thereon from the 1st day of July, 1898, till paid. It appearing by an affidavit filed in this cause that the defendant, Samuel J. Franklin, is a non-resident of this State. It is ordered that tho said defendant appear here within fifteen days after tho duo publication ot tbis order and do what is necessary to protect bis 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 sue-1 ccssivo weeks, and posted at tho front door of the Court House of this city. A copy?Teste: JOHN S. BEACH. Clerk. Marbury & Bootbe, p q. octlO w lw REMNANTS EXTSA HEAVY UN? BLEACHED yard-wide COTTON, one yard to ten-yard pieces, to run at 4i, just ro ceivad at A. C. SLAYMAKKh'a. NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR AND CHOICE CREAMERY BDTTEB, in prints, just received by _J. C. MILBURN. NEW LO ;8E MUSCATEL RAISINS, SEEDED RAISINS and CLEANED CUBBANTS just received by ?_J. C. MI LB CBN. IF YOU WISH SOMETHING BE ALLY FINE try our FINEST OOLONG and HUNPOWDER TEAS. _ T WIT PTTRN ?VTECKTIES?Puffs. Tecks, Four-in-Hands and Bows. A new and handsome Hue for the fall just received at _A. CSLATMAKER'5. "COLOUR?One car, 125 barrels, freshly X? ground flour, including colebrated Polo mac Flour, just received by _J. a MILBUBN. POLK MILLEB'S INSECT POWDER? Just received a fresh supply of POLK MILLER'S ITALIAN INSECT POWDER at _WARFIBr.D & HALL'S. SAFETY RAZOR, onco ueoa you w::i never do without it. For sale by henry W. WILDT, 106 N R(vr?l .treat. A LARGE stock of carefully selected Teas AX lor sale low by J. 0. MLLBUBT _ FINANCIAL._ $2,000 TO L??N IN SUMS TO SUIT on approved Teal c-state secnutv. Apn'y at <"" ' ? ROBERT E* LIOIT. " ':: ti 523 King Street. JOS. BKOUKKS. t ( CHAS. E. HOOFF PRESIDENT. j \ CASHIER. First National Bank, ALEXANDRIA. VA. Designated Depository of the United States. CAPITAL, $100,000. UNDIVIDED PROFITS.}5 9?-000 Prompt attention given to all business, in clidiua RoUectionM throngbout tho United States aiid r urope. b U K K E is ti E R Bi:. r1, BANKEB8, INVESTMENT SECURITIES. * 0*r. aral Banking Dwdness tr&.%eacted. Deposit* received rubjecs to cheek at sitj j?. OoUc rtiona r&acl*. I of Ctk'Ji md Foreign Exehaxn* famished. BEXUrT: WWUX, ( ( \7?. H. LAii^IRT FuMddonl } ( Ouiiar. Citizens' JSfat'I. Bank. 01P1TAL 9100,0oa SURPLUS $20.000 ^liecllons rar/m and promptly remftiwi .' i Vjnds e! '.DVMriment oecuritiei a spn dally. DlreoVon? E. Wheat, E. L. DHlngj>rfi<f!d F. L. 9xfih\ W. p Snoot W. H. Lambert. OB INA, GLASSWARE, &c. Lamps and Oil Heaters Wo invite your attention to a specialty we have this fall in OIL HFATFRS. Jost what you need these cool fall mornings, when you do not want to light up your stoves or fur? nace. Tbo MILLER OIL HEATER has some improvements this season not found in any other beater. You CANNOT TURN THE WICK 700 HIOH. YOU CAN TURN IT OTT A9 EASILY AS A OAS JET. The cheapest ?nd best heater made. Simplicity is iti chief feature No complicated wick move? ment We are the r?1?' agents. Come to K6 it, and at the same time take a look at our a-s 1 ',;>>? : . f LAMPS. A larger variety thaii bus ever bioti shown in this city, and the low prices ranging from 3.">c to $25 each will surprise you. E. J. MILLER & CO., IMPORTERS OF CHINA AND GLASS. BOOKS, STATIONERY^&c. the place to buy SCHOOL BOOKS SCHOOL '"SUPPLIES Of Ail Kinds if Yoa Wish to Save Money French's Bookstore, 417 & 419 KING STREET. REMEMBER. th?t wo carry the largest as? sortment 01" BOOKS, new and second hand, in Virginia, and on the host terms. A Holden Paftut Book Cover given away with each book. The strongest and best book cover made. Remember they can be had only at FRENCH'S BOOKSTvjRE. ,25Fr~Every child purchasing supplies here will be entitled to a free guess on the HAND? SOME D^SK AND OUTFIT on exhibition in the window. Robert W. French. SCHOOL BOOKS For Public and Privato Schools at Carne's Bookstore, 703 King Street Old school books which havo been displaced in the public schools takon in oxchango as part payment on tho new books which suc? ceed them. We have tho largest variety of BLANK BOOKS, TABLETS, ETC., in the city. Dysons' Book Store (50S King Street, nest to Opera House). Public School Books Sold and Ex? changed at State Prices. Private School Books as low as they can be bought elsewhere. Our motto for school supplies is Best Goods, Best Selection. Beat Prices. Call ard see if we cannot save you money on Slates, double and single, Penholders, Pens. Inks, Tablets, Blank Books, Erasers, School Bags, Crayons and in fact everything olso used in tho school room. D. Harry Appich, 525 King Street, WHOLESALE AND BETA IL CONFECTIONER AND FRUIT DEALER A s tho seasons come and go JProvident of all, JPleuty of fruits, and nuts, and.'aweets, X have at yonr call. C3andic8, cakes throughout the year, Hal Appich's stock will make good chee;1 ??-SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOB THI _COUNTBY TBADE.~teg_ T^IDNEOIDS! KIDNEOIDS! JLV. For tho care of all Kidney Diseases Shattered Nerves and all diseases arising from thin, watery and impoveris'aed blood. Price 50c. For sale only by WABFIELD & HALL, CHAPMAN'S 10c and 12V STOCKINGS will please yon. p^TOGISTSL___ E, S, Leadbeater & Sons, MANUFA(TUBING DRUGGISTS. Established 1792. WHEN SUFFEBING FROM A (OLD old-fashioned remedies generally suffice for those who know how to doctor it. A mus? tard foot bath, a little hot whiskey, rock and rye. quinine, or CHERRY COUGH CUBE will generally answer th? purpose. This is an old-f?.shioned remedy, put up in modern style. We have sold it for t irty year?, and it does what it claims to do?it eure?. w AEFIELD & HALT., DRUGGISTS, CORNER PRINCE AND FAIRFAX ST8. Prescriptions a rpecialry. English, French, German and Domestic Toilet Soaps; Genuine Farina Cologne; Mag? nolia, Hodyosimia, Geranium and Florida Water; Genuine Lnbin's Extracts; Sponges, Hair Brashes and Combs; boat English Tooth Brashes; a full aasortmont of Patent Modi ,oi; Coxe's Gelatine, Corn Starch, Sea Mi,m ? aiino, Spices of all kinds, and a solect stock of ail articles sold by druggist/: at prices as low as the saute quality -"lan be obtained elsewhere W. F. CBEIGHTON & CO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in :iBUG8, CHEMICALS. PAINTS, PATEN3 MEDICINES. OILS, DYE STUFFS. GARDEN 8EEDS, sc. '? ?mar Xing and BoreJ fftr*)_. Alexandria, Vrrgfsia. Ph siolans* Prescriptions carefully com? pounded. Orders will receive prompt attention. BUILDING MATERIAL [EcTA2LIfiHXP 1S22.; TOSlAHH.D 3MOOT dxaxe* w LUMBER, ?! '.jfia?, Laths, Nailo, Cement, Calcine-'. Plaster, uc. nArruifACTuazEa o> FLOORING, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS FRAMES, MOULDINGS, MANTEL's, AND ALL KIN DS OF WOOD WORK Office and ymd No. 21 north Union strot> f&ctorr No3.13 and 13 north Lea St., Alex andria. Vh. No charge for delivery in city. ^MOOT a 00. (Successors to J. Rector Smoot & Co.l UM FLOORING i PLAKJiS MILL Mannfactnrars of . K >S AND WINDOW FRAMES, KOU) D ING8, die. iI KS IN LUMBER, 8HTNGU LATHS, NAILS. LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT No. 25 north Union street, Alexandria, Va. Lumbar dabvercd fre* in the city. _ MACHINERY. J & H. AJTGHRSON, Practical Machinists and Engineer; /.nd BuUdrra ol MARINE AND STATIONARY ENGINES Blacfeamithing and Steam Fitting. En? gineens' and Machinists' Supplies, and all sorts of mill work and that connected with brick? work prcmptly executed. Bormiring prompU Vy done. J. & H. AITCHESON, viylO 116 King it.. Alexandria, Va. .8. MOOBE. Machinist. Iron and Brass Founder, 3HTP6MTTH AND BLACKSMITH, 'old noMnnoK wosk?I 60?TH UNION STREET, ALEXANDRIA Will furnish and ropair all kinds of Machine ry, Iron and Brass Castings, Wrought and Cast Iron Fences, Mill Work, 8hip and Black smithing, Edge Tools, Mill Picks, Facing Ham. mcra. ?*-d all kinds of Mill Work made and re pah'vi at tne ihortect notice and at reasonable, pri.-es. _y The highest market price paid for Old Wrought and Cast Iron. Brass and Ooppar. GUESS. Thoro should be no guess work in the ad? justment of glasses. It should bo done ac? cording to the best scientific methods. I have tho latest and best instruments and appli? ances for tho most accurate examination of tho eye, backed by years of experience. Ex? amination and advice cost you nothing Spec? tacles and Eye Glasses furnished at lowest prices. Special attention given to oculists' prescriptions. W. E. DIENELT, Opthalmic Optician, Office 108 south Washington street, Kennebeo 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 postal card or telephone. Prompt service and satisfaction guaranteod. WM. M. RE ARD ON, NO. 6 3TRAND, Between King and Prince streets. _jraephone No. 50. _rojji_ QUGAE*.? All sugars %c lower at i. C. MILBUBN'S. _RAUiKOAJJ8._ S 6 TJT HERN 8cuedole effective May 1 JRAOiROADS R -A. I iL "W* j? ^ 1898, subject to change without notice to the i No. 37, Daily. 45pm 06pm 50am 40am 50am 05am 50uai 37an. 12am 25pni 52pm 35pu: 9 25am 12 45pra 4 15pm 4 25pm 9 30pm 7 55am 3 55pm 10 10pm 7 40am 7 40am No. 35. Dally. THROUGH SCHEDULE. No. 36, No Daily. Da'i 11 15am Leave.Washington.-....Arrive 11 3Aatn " .Alexandria." 2 15pm " .Charlottesville.~ " 3 55pm " .Lyucbburg. " 6 10pm " .Danville. " 7 26pm Arrive.Greensboro-.Leave 8 30pm 1 4u?m S 41pm 12 IOhiu 1 29?m 4 Wim 7 4Uas .Winston-^aieni . .Raleigh. ....Salisbury. . ..A^hevll o. " .Hot Springs. " ....Knoxviiie.Le?ve ..Cbatt?u< oga. " 9 35 pm 9 12pm 5 4?ipm 3 Scipni 1 50|.di 12 lUpm 10 80am 1(1 47am 5 15am 4 00am 1 ISiir; 10 0O|,m c Ca S17*n 11 59 10 li 10 00pm 1 37am 8 00am 5 uo.im 9 10am 6 35pm 5 10am .Charlotte .Polombla. ...... Augusta. .Savannah_ (Central Time.) ..Jacksonville.-.. .Taiupa. 9 25am 5:ii?rr, 9 iOpm 11 35prr, 8 (Opt:: 7 < <?J? tu .Atlanta. (Central Tune.) 12 20pm ' .Birmingham. (Central Time.) 1C 20pm " .Memphis. (Central Time.) 8 10pm Arrive.New Orleans.Leave 2 50am 4 SUpoj 5 30a na 7 50am, :i?t (Central Time.) Trains No?. 35 and 36 connect at Calverton for and from Warrectou. LOCAL SERVICE. 8:35 a.m. Train No. 9 for Danville, Charlotte and way stations. Coi for Harrisonburg and intermediate stations dailv and also for Staunton dailj at Calverton for Warronton and at Franklin junction for Bocky Moui.: i stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 1.66 p. m. 5:15 p.m. Train No. 15 for Charlottesville and way stations. Connects Warrenton, returning arrive; at Alexandria S.05 a. m. 4:23 p. m. Train No. 13 leaves Alexandria, daily except Sunday, foi interintdiato stations, returning arrives at Alexandria 11:35 a. m. Trains for Bound Hill and intermediate stations leave Alexandi 1:07 p. m. and 4:40 p. m., except Sunday, and 6:33 p.m. Sundays on ; for Horndon. Arrive Alexandria returning from Bound Hill 8:28 s ra, p. m. daily, except Sunday, and 8:32 p. m. Sundays only. 8LEEPIN6 CAB SEEVICE. Jacksonville, uniting at Danville with Pullman sleeper from Bichmond Columbia, New York, and NaBhviilo, Tenn., via Asheville. Knoxviiie and first-class coach between Washington and Atlanta. Dining Car betwi and Montgomery. Nos. 35 and 36, United States Fast Mail. Pullman Sleeping Cars York and New Orleans, connecting at Atlanta for and from Birmingham and Now York and Jacksonville, connecting at Salisbury with Polln an Asheville and Hot Springs. North Carolina, Knoxviiie. Chattanoog i ai Charlotte with Pullman sleeper for and from Augusta. Solid train bei n ind New Orleans without change. Connect" at Lynchburg for !.. xi Sunday. Sunset Personally Conducted Tourist Excursion. Through 81e< every Wednesday to San Francisco, without change. For detailed schedule figures, tickets, Pullman reservation, etc.. a]; FBA^'K S. GANNON. A. C. MOSS. Ticket A ? 3rd Vice President & General Manager, W. A. TURK, J. M. CULP, Traffic Manager. General Pas Washington, D. C. H L. S. BBOWN. Gcneial Agent Passenger De] _ KAI LKOADi?. WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA AND MOUNT VERNON RAILROAD. In Effect November 1, 1898. FOE WAPHINGTON. Lea vi Alesandria, corner King and Royal streets, also stops at King and Washington, King and Payne streets, week days, at 5 55 6 25, 6 55, 7 20 (express), 7 45 (express,), 7 56, 8 20 (express), 8 30 (express), 9 00, !>30, 10 00.10:55. 11 04 and 11 42 a. m. (express), and 12 25. 1 00 (express), i 07, 2 00, 2 40. 3 06 (express). 3 40, 4 15. 4 37 (express), 5 00, 5 31 (express). 5 45, <> 05 (express i, 6 26, 7 00. 7 15 (express, 5 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. Sundays?7 00, 8 15. 9 00. t) 45, 10 30. 11 15 a. m., 12 OO noon, 12 45, 1 :iO. 2 16, 3 00, 3 45, 4 30. 5 15, 6 00, 6 45, 7 30. 8 15, 9 15, 10 15 and 11 15 p. m. FOB ALEXANDRIA. Leave Washington, from the corner of Pennsylvania avenue aud 13*? street, we. days, 6 30, 7 04, 7 35 (express), S 00. 8 35, 8 59, 9 25 10 iH), 11 00 and 11 45 a. m. 12 05 (express) 12 20. 1 14, 1 45, 2 0-1 (expross), 2 40, 3 25, 3 59 (express), 4 15 (oxpressj, 4 50. 5 05. 5 20 (express), 5 40, tJ 04 (express). 6 30. 7 06,7:35, 8 00,9 00. 10 00, 11 20 and 11 59 D. m. Sundays?7 45, 0 00, 0 45, 10 30, 11 15 a. ro.. 12 00 noon, and 12 45, 1 30, 2 15, 3 00, 3 45. 4 30, 5 15, (i 00. 6 45. 7 30, 815, 9 00. 10 00, 11 20 and 11 50 p. m. FOE MOUNT VERNON. Leave Alexandria for Mount Vernon, work davs, at 7 02, 8 35, 10 32. 11 32 a. m. and 12 32, 1 47. 2 32, 4 43, 7 40 and !> 32 p. m. Sundays -7 02 and 9 35 a. m., 12 35. 2 hO, 4 35, 7 16 and 9 32 v m. Leave Mount Vernon, week days, at 7 40. 9 14 and 11 14 a. m. and 12 40 1 33* 2 40, 4 10, 5 30, 8 20 and 10 '20 p. m. Leave Mount Vernon, Sundays, at 7 40 and 10 20 a. m. p.nd 1 40. '.i 55, 5 20 8 20 and 10 20 p m. Leave Arlington Junction for Arlington and Eosslyii hourly. Bagtiige (150 pound free) checked from all stations. Parcels carrioi on all trains at tho follow? ing rates: Under lO pounds. 5 cents; 10 to 25 pounds, 10 cents; over 25 to 50 pounds, 15 cents Freight cariied daily, morning and even? ing, in each direction at freight rates. Tickets arc sold at the offices of the Rail? road Company at tho following rates: Fare. Alexandria to Washington, 15 cents round-trip, 25 conts. G. E. ABBOT. J. COLVIN, President. Superintendent. _STEAMERS. _ TXTASHINGTON STEAMBOAT COM TT PANY (LIMITED., Round Trip, 15 Centa. In effect on and 8fter MONDAY, September 19,1898._ Leave Washington i Leave Alexandria, A. M A. M. Columbia. 6 10 \ Belle Haven.... 5 50 Belle Haven.... 6 40 i Columbia. 6 50 Columbia. 7 30 ! Belle Havon. 7 30 Belle Haven.... 8 30 1 Columbia. 8 30 | Columbia. 9 30 I Belle Haven.... 9 30] Belle Haven ... 10 30 ; Columbia.10 30 Columbia.11 30 | Bollo Haven... 11 30 P_U l P. M. Belle Haven... 12^0 ; Columbia.12 30 Columbia. 1 30 \ Bollo Havon.... 1 30 Belle Haven..._ 2 30 Columbia._ 2 30 Columbia. 3 30 ; Belle Haven. 3 30 Bollo Haven.... 4 30 Columbia . 4 30 Columbia. 5 30 j Belie Haven.... 5 30 Belle Haven. 6 30 j Columbia. 6 30 N. B. Same schedule Sundays, commencing at 9 30 a. m. POTOMAC RIVEB LANDINGS?STEAM ER WAKEFIELD leaves Washington Mon days at 7 00 a. m., and Alexandria at 8 00 a. m., for landings as far as Nomini and on Wednesdays and Saturdays at same hours for St. Ciement's Bay and Loonardtown. C. W. RIDLEY, Genoral Manager. JOHN B. PADGETT, Agent. D' ALLY LINE TO NOBFOLK AND FOBT BE88 MONBOE. The Norfolk and Washington Steam boat Company Will ran a DALLY LINE, commencing on Monday, March 30, with their new and pow erful iron steamers NEWPORT NEWS, WASHINGTON AND NOBFOLK, Leaving the wharf at the foot of Prince rtroc at 7 OO p. m. Ratornhig will leave Norfolk at 5 45 p. m. Single fare ?3. Bound trip $5, C. W- WATTLES, Agent, No. 2 Prince street. ABGAINS IN CHILDEEN'S RIBBED HOSE, regular 12^ goods, in seconds, at 10j, j ust received at _, aIA ,J A.C. SLAYMAKER'S B C ANTON FLANNELS, extra heavy and Jood at all prices, just received at 8 A. C. SLAYMAKER'S. RAILUOAIJ* TD EN N S V L ' * BAILEOA? TRAINS LEAVE ALEX AN] For Washington 7 23 ?i. ? ? 3 23, 7 20 and 1112 P Sundays 7 23 and 11 44 ! ; I j and 11 12 P. M. ) For Eichninnd and the So Ii Line Express?4 48 A. M.. a daily. For Richmond only 11 1 weekdays Atlanta -: and Seaboard Air Line 5 00 I Accommodation (or Quam daily, and 4 15 P. M. w TRAINS LEAVE WAs STATION COBKJSB OF STREETS. For Alexandria 1 30, 7 45 " ' 3 46, 4 25 and 4 40 and 7 45 A M. ami :: ;?? 7:50 A. IL Week Da; PBESS.?Parlor and Dining ( burg to Pittsluirg. 10:60 A. M. PENNST I Pullman Sleeping. Dinii . j Observation Car* Han Cincinnati. Indiana] i land and To'edo. Bnfl risburg. i 10:50 A. M. FAST LINT . Parlor Car to Harri burg. Oar Harrisb?ri.' to Pitt . 3.30 P.M. CHICAGO AND PBESS?Sleeping car Washing^) Louis, and sleeping arid Dinii burg to St. Louis. , nati and Chicago i 7:20jP. M. WES TEBN EXPKKS ! Sleeping Car to Pit Harrisburg to I < . i Chicago. 7:20 V M. SOUTH! Pullman Sleep;;.!' i PittsLurg and Harris! - Cincinnati. Dining Car , 10:40 P. M. PACIFK j Sleeping Cur to Pita 7:50 A. M. for Kane. Canai and Niagara Kails daily 10:50 A. M. for Elm i daily, except Sunday. For Williarcsport daily at 3:30 P. M. I 7:20 P. M. for Wilhams] Buffalo and K igat Saturday, with Sleeping Cai to Bochester. 10:40 p. ni. for Erie. Ca i Bu?'alo and Niagara Falls daily. ' Sleeping Car Washington : .? urdays only. : FOB PHILADELPHI A I THE EA ,'4:00 P.M. "CONGBESS] j daily, all Parlor Cars, a I Baltimore : Eegular at 7 00 (Din;:., i 10 00 (Dining Cnr , and I Car from Wilmingtoi j 4 20, (Dining ear !r<.:. 10 00, and 11 50 7 00 (Dining car), 8 00, 9 ? (Dining Car from Wi : * 12 15, 3 15, 4 20. (Dining more) 6 50, 10 00 and I Philadelphia only. Fa M. week days. Express 12 J days. 2 01 and 6 40 P For Boston, without chauj days, and4 20 P.M. ds For BaltiiLoreO 20, 7 00 10 00. 10 50, 11 'hi. 12 45, 12 58, 2 01, 3 (limited), 4 20, 4 36 20,10 00, 10 40. 11 ' M. on Sunday 7 (mi. 800 < ' J 10 50 and 11 00 I 1 15, 2 01. 3 1.5. 3 30 4 20, 5 40.0 15. 6 50, and 11 50 P. M. For Pope's Crook Line 7 ~>'i P. M. week days and Sunda] For Auuapoli* ' 00 a 12 15 and 6 40 P. M. dai j day. Sunday 9 CO A. 31. md > < Express for Florida and I 5 Coast Line, 4 30 A. daily; Bichmond oi days; Atlanta Special, via Seaboard Air Line. 4 40 1 comrnodatiou for Qua daily, and 4 25 P. M. ???? SEASHoEE COS For Atlantic City (via bridge, all rail route 3 I gresj-ional 1 imitcd") P. Maiket Stre* t Wharf 1" ' M and 12 45 P. M. we< P. M. daily. For Cape May 11 00 A. M II 50 P. M daily. Ticket office, corrtor L5tl i at the station, Sixth an.: B ' orders can be left for the <. to destination from hotels J. B. HUTCHINSON, General Manager Genera Y 0 U W 1 J. L I GRANDMAS C01 UJJ a carefully mednated drop, a ? when suffering from thro;,: ti effects of a cold, especially ar '..7..L ing inflammation and wooing ? era aid singers an- invite to ?Sf Price 5c at all The GEORGE R. HILL CO., t. r.rY * NnR'? v* BaT CBEAMEKY I'.rr. priuta for sale at 25 Gl ENTLEMEN if you wsnts ? ?????">?<* I faELBT made to order Sf^^fg.