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WASHINGTON AD VIS.
ff IL KING JACKETS
with hood, at $4.75.
with satin lined hood,) at $7.-"'.
Th so, as well a? tlie balance of our stock of La
? Misses', and Children's Wraps and Suit?,
sre marked at prices that cannot l>ut interest you,
and racrit an examination before purchasing eise?
n. ?. In these goods we are far ahead in every
?vsy. in style, finish, and general desirableness of
'?:t:t Pennsylvania Avenue
WASHINGTON, D. C.
71ISH: fish : fish
W>I. II. SUITSI A CO.,
Dealers /'.i "?<' Parkers of
Potomac Shad and Herring,
Having bought out the outfit of S. J. Seed, are
repared to furnish the trade with Fish in
or by the barrel, half barrel and kits.
Having been iu the business for a longtime,
they thiuk they can give entiro satisfaction to
any who may favor them with their orders.
fish house at the corporation tish wharf. No. .'}.
A xandria, Va.
All orders entrusted to them, addressed as above,
or box 228, will receive prompt attention.
13 tf WM H. SMITH & CO.
QEORGE E. PRICE & CO.,
FRESH ASD SALTED FISH,
Will receive Fish daily from the shore? of the
ti ic, and will supply consumers in quantities
- lit, either fresh or salted by experienced
: ry orders solicited and satisfaction guar?
Our brand of BARRELED FISH has always
stood No. 1 in tho market.
GEO. E. PRICE & CO.
Stalls Nos. 2 and 3 City Market, and Fish
House No. 1 Corporation Fish Wharf. [inh l 2m
BUILDING MATERIAL, &c.
PERRY, SMOOT & CO.
? H ii: and WINDOW FRAMES. MOLDINGS, &c.
. UM BEB, shingles. laths. nails, lime,
CALCINED plaster and cement.
NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST..
SSfLnmber delivered in tho city free._
JOSIAH Hi). SMOOT,
. Stales, Laths
MAILS, LIME,CEMENT, CALCINED PLAS PER,
Ac.. &c.. ?c.
FLOORING, DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAMES,
'?''i'T.DINGS. MANTELS. BRACKETS
AND ALL BANDS OF WOOD
? and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory
13 and 15 north Leo st., Alexandria. Va.
HfNo charge for delivery in city. jau2S
?ImIiu T.Croiditou &t>ou.
I B A I. E .\V D RETAIL DEALK B S I X
IIAKDWARE \\!) CUTLERY,
N'O. -- KING, CORNER OF ROYAL STREET,
Have ^.n hand a very largo and well assorted
< of goods in their line.
Country merchants are invited to call and ex?
amine before purchasing.
" A c tion guaranteed. Call and see. [ap!2
' . CA ELI N & SONS,
NO. (?3 KING STREET
'?? LEX A N D BIA VIR GINI A
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
dors Hardware. Locks, Hinge:-. Screws1,
DtwBolts, Latches, Ac, Saddlery, Hardware
t ? ts, Ruckles. Rings, Hsmes, Ac, Sc?
J l: Hardware. Axles, Rims, Hubs'
3 Sawed Follows, Tiro Iron, &c. Pocket1
~ Carving; and Butcher Knives, <sc, Gnna
' ? ? &. A full and completo stock of erst*
away in store am*, sold at lowest cash
A consignment of
PRIME MINNESOTA BUTTER.
we sre offering to the trade at current
DREEcH LOADING GUNS, fine quality. Shell
*J ejecting, Double action and other Pistols,
Luidcments, Shells, Caps, Primers. Wads
?od other goods in same line, will be sold at low
at s* King, corner of Koval streets. CaU
J. T. CREIGHTON SON. _
Landret?-s Garden Seeds.
We have just received our first supply of the
wove celebrated Seeds for this season.
".ataWues furnished upon application.
' E. S. LEADBEATER & BBO.
p. Something New.
its 2? ?ell? of Scotland, Trailing Arbutus, Tally
;I<?TrocIlsl Niel E?so and Alpine Violets at
^"'S: JOHN D H LUNT'S.
PUBLISHED DAILY AN? TRI-WEEKLY BT
At the Gazette Building, Kos. 70 and 72 Prince st j
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and under no circumstances wiU they be allowed to
advertise other than their legitimate business in the
space contracted for.
All transient advertisements must be paid for in ad
Resolutions in memoriam. of thanks, tributes of respect,
resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless of
public concern, will only be printed in this paper ?s
Marriage and death notices must be paid for in ad?
Persons leaving the cinj can have the Gazette mailed
to them, postpaid, for fifty cents a month, and the
address changed as orten as desired.
The Gazette office is c4,nn*de/iuAtx Telephone Ex?
change. Advertisements, orders for the paper, news
or any information or business can be sent by Tel
AH communications should be addressed to "Gazelle,"
[Entered at the Postoffice at Alexandria, Virginia, as
Harliuaun :i .Soap Peddler.
Leo Hartrnann, the nihilist, ha? been
identified in New York in a soap pedler.
He has hceu making a poor living in that
way for months, but under an assumed
name, and quite unknown to the police; but
he was tempted to make a speech in the re?
cent meeting denunciatory of Secretary-of- \
State Bayard for arranging a treaty with j
Russia to extradite assassins of czars, and
recognition has ensued. He is short and
slight, and of a nervous temperament. He !
usually wear; a full blonde beard, and when j
he first came to America he dressed well
and tastily. At present he is inclined to the
unkempt sbabbiness that distinguishes most
of the radical agitators when they have not
been refined by the regular habits of prison
life. Hartmann taik3 freely about the
events that led to his Ilight to this country.
He had uot bc?ti ia New York long be?
fore he found himself compelled to keep
quiet, for a bard attempt was made to bring
an attempt upon the Czar's lifo under the
head of the extraditable laws. Hartmann'e
friends maintained that he had to ilee from
Russia "on account o: a political ollence ;
thai his attempt to remove the Czar was but
a part of the acknowledged programme of a
polical party. And so it was, hut thero is no
knowing just bow the aliair might have
turned out could Havtmann have been found
when the court;; were ashed to make a pre?
cedent on the case. Never did hunted man
disappear so completely, and whtlo police
and detectives were scouring tho East Side
for him, he was amusing himself by learning
English and reading editorial comment on
himself in 3Ir. Swinton's library. When tho
chase was abandoned, for it was plain that
the government would hesitate, if not ro
fuse to surrender Hartmann, the nihilist re?
turned to the light, but ho did not make
much fuss about it. He sajs that bis at?
tempt upon the Czar's life was the fourth
that enduring monarch escaped. The eighth
killed him. Hartman::'* e?ort occurred in
November, 1879. A little mote than a year
before he had escaped from prison where he
was coniined for his political opinions. The
policy ol terrorism was originated and in?
augurated ia 1S71>, and Hartmauu was one
of its tirst expounders. After two or three
futile efforts the revolutionary parly, which
was centered at St. Petersburg, deemed it
ad visible, on account of the growing severi?
ty of the police, to break up and. scatter its
members through the country. Hartmann
went to a village on the Volga, where not
long after a secret congress of the revolu?
tionists wa3 held. The organization was
strengthened in various way-?, one of which
was the election cf a supreme council of
thn-e persons. This council had absolute
control over the members, and all were
bound to do its bidding without question.
At its head was a woman, SophiePerovsky.
since executed for complicity in the success?
ful attempt upon the Czar. Hartmann was
eiec'ed a member of the next highest au?
thority?the executive committee?and
after the adjournment of tho congress
be laid before it a new plan for
presenting the work against the Czar. It
was in brief to construct a mine under his
imperial highness and blow him up. The
idea took at once, and Hartmann wr.3sentto
St. Peter-burg to examine the sj-stem of
canals there with a view to utilizing them in
some way. It was found impracticable on
account of the nature of the soil. His high?
ness was at that time in the Crimea, and the
nihilists, accordingly, sent out searchers
everywhere to determine by what route the
iJzar would return home. When it was
learned that he would take passage over the
Great Southern Railway, they bought a
small house near the track, just outside the
city of Aloscow. Hartmann and Sophie
Perovsky, who pretended to be his wife,
lived there and secreted with them a num?
ber of their fellow-conspirators. They had
1-jO feet of tunnel to construct in order to
get under the railway track. The difficul?
ties of the task may be imagined when it is
considered that it had to be done with the
I utmost secrecy. A transverse section of the
I tunnel was thirty-six inches broad at the
' base and fort3* six inches high, triangular in
shape. Tho miners had got. within seven
feet of the track, and were just under tho
edge of the high embankment on which the
read runs at that point, when they decided
that, there was not dynamite enough. The
explosive had been manufactured secretly in
St. Petersburg. One of the conspirators,
I named Goldenherg, was sent to the capital
j to get more. He was arrested soon after
his arrival. Meanwhile, the work on tho
tunnel was delayed, and the innocent look
ing neople in the little house near the
railroad were disturbed by the report
that the Czar had started for home.
There was nothi?g to do hut try the
mine in its incomplete state, and with a
smail charge, or see the work wasted. All
the conspirators but Sophie Petrovsky, and.
as Hartmann says, "one other"?Hartmann
himself, probably?left tho neighborhood,
j Copper cylinders seven feet long and six
! inches in diameter were filled with dyna
! mite and placed at the end of the tunnel.
I They were connected by wire with a gal
' vanic battery stationed in a barn at some
distance from the house. Sophie Petrovsky
! took up her station at the battery, while her
companion went up the track to watch for
the right train. Be was in sight of the barn
and could give a signal when to connect the
wires at the battery. Presently the train
came rushing along". It was the imperial
conveyance, sure enoueh, and when it was
directly over the mine the comrade gave
Petrovsky the signal. The connection was
made and the cars leaped into the air and
feii in a. confuse;], burning wreck at the foot
of the embankment. Nothing, not even
more dynamite, could have made it more
complete?except the presence of the Czar
in the train. At Moscow, fur some rea3on
he had sent the baggage tiain ahead of his
own cars, and was following safely ?long
.several miles behind v>hvn the explosion oc?
curred. But ihn two conspirators were
happily ignorant of this for a time, and they
made their wnj from the scene together hv
a succession <> transits through hack yards
to a thoroughfare, and lest themselves in
the city, convinced that they had rid their
country of its tyrant. Hatiniaiiti escaped,
bat most of bin companions were talt^n or!
remained to operate new plot3, finally to ha
succesful, and then on the scaffold to
pay for ir.
A Printer's Error.
Sweet are the ussa of adversity, the pi in?
ter's copy said, but bo set it up. sweet are j
the uses of.advertiaiug. Sv/tr-.t, U>dc*-d t*u
(nose ..iicrJ arvoTgutiering hive
seen tho auvertisemen! of some sovereign
remedy, which up;>:i trial has brought them
from death's door "The best thing I over
saw in my paper was the advertisement of
Dr. Pierce'a 'Golden Medical Discovery'" i?
asrain and again the testimony of these who
have been healed by it of lung disease, bron
chial affections, tumors, ulcers, liver com?
plaints and the ills to which flc&h is heir.
This powder never varies. A marvel of parity,
tsrength end wholesomeness. More economical
than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot ho sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
am?. Eovai. Raking Powder Co., 106 Wall
A LWAYS READY
Henry Brengle, Confectioner,
129 KING STREET,
lias his usual supply of goods in his line.
Uli Oyster Parlors for Ladies and Oyster Rooms I
for gentlemen arc also open. Patrons may rely [
upon picked Oysters, and the liest cookery at all
times and the lowest rates.
OYSTERS FRIED FOR FAMILIES.
BEENGLE'S ICE CREAM, Pies for dessert or
lunch, and Pure Candies arc specialties in which .
be has never been excelled. Cakes of all kinds of
the best material cheaper than they can he mado j
at home. He caters of the best for families, par
tics, balls, fairs and entertainments. dccl3
.^EW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE.
Mr. e. H. JENKINS
Anuounces that he has opened a Green Grocery
and Provision Store at tho southeast corner of!
Duke and Fairfax streets, where ho will keep on
hand a full stock of excellent goods. All kinds of |
MEATS and VEGETABLES, together with
STANDARD and FANCY GROCERIES, can bo
found in his store at reasonatdo prices. janl"
For the next tin days I will sell mv stock of j
PAPER HANGINGS AT A LARGE REDUCTION
from regular prices.
ELEGANT GILT PAPER, .'50.35 and 10c: reg?
ular prices, 50 and (>0e.
ELEGANT EMBOSSED GILTS, 50 and GOc ;
regular price, 75c.
All other goods at proportionate reduction.
Call and examine prices and see goods.
A. M. TUBMAN,
?111 NINTH ST.. N. W.. WASHINGTON, D. C.
GO TO C*. 8- WALKER'S
TOMBS AXD ENCLOSURES.
Three New Granite Polishing Machines. Best
facilities for Monumental Work. He guarantees
the best of work, good stock and low figures
Works? 7<>2, 704 and 70G, North Capitol street,
in rear of Government printing oflicc, Washing?
ton. D. C. mh2!> 3m
For sale by
fcb2.3 J. D. H. LUNT.
R. HORTON'S MIASMA ANTIDOTE.
THE ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDY FOR
MALARIA AND FEVER AND AGUE.
It never fails to effect a speedy and permanent
cure. For sale bv
oct'13._ WARFIELD & HALL.
UB STOCK OF CUT-GLASS GOBLETS,
Wines aud Tumblers is very complete just
now, besides a full assortment of Colored Glass
Ware. We have some verv handsome Lemonade,
Punch and Water Sets, and we invite yon to call
and examine them and the prices.
de.cl3 E. J. MILLER, SON & CO.
fTIEE ENTERPRISE MEAT CHOPPER is the
JL best: docs not grind the meat, like other
cutters, but CHOPS IT. It is useful for many
purposes ALL THE YEAR ROUND in preparing
chicken salad, beef tea. mince meat, hash, ?c
For sale bv JAS. F. CAELIN & SONS.
nov3 " Alexandria. Ya.
EOTTED MEATS?Ham, Beef, Tongue,Turkey,
Chicken. Duck and Game,
socio geo. McBurney & son.
ONE NIGHT ONLY, MONDAY, APRIL 25.
FUjN m a GROCERY.
WITH t1ieir OWX
SUPERB RAND AND ORCHESTRA
0 0 M I C A L 6 0 A T A N D DO N 11 E Y
Popular prices, 15. 25 and 35c. A few re?
served sea-s at 50c. Scats on sale at Sommers A
Allen's drug store. ap223t
LANNON'S OPERA HOUSE. THURSDAY
THE >ATiOXAL MIKADO CO.
t t ? t> /- ' -
- ,-aiiy selected from the church choirs of Bal
timore, Washington and Alexandria
Headed hy Miss LTJLIE RATH [JONE
as Yum Yum.
Led by PrciV-.sor Bcrnays.
43 People it: all
Admission 25 and 50 cento.
Diagram :it Summers L All? a's.
/S?~Nt! proceeds for boncvo'pat purposes.
to Tin: HOLf?2:its
Virginia Consols aod 1040Bonds
We arc authorized by the council of foreign
bondholders to call the r.ttonlion >?( holders of
Virginia consols and 10 4 s to tho fact Oi^t the
English bondholders ate trwl: avoring, through the
instrumentality of the council of fores: u hoi
holders, to bring about a satisfactory settl meutof |
ihe debt of Virginia.
With this object in view, the English bond?
holders have, to a large extent, agreed to pool
their bonds and have authorized the council of j
foreign bondholders to act for them in the nego?
tiations which arc about to ba h"'l between a . o:u
missicn sent out from London and a committee ap?
pointed by the Legislature of Virginia.
It is most desirable that all bolders of Virginia
bonds, both at homo and abioad, should unite in
the effort to clloct an early settlement of the
State debt. To better accomplish this object, tin:
council of foreign bondholders earnestly request
the holders of Virginia bonds in America to co?
operate with them and to forward to ourselves
their names and addresses, stating the amount of j
bonds held, at a; c*rly :i day as possibto.
Wo will be gl id to furnish copies of the plan
adopted by ihe English bondholders for pooling
their bonds at London, and to give any other in?
formation that mav be desired.
JOHN A. HAMBLETON & CO..
npll 1m Bankers, Baltimore.
VIRGINIA TAX-RECEIVABLE COUPONS,
which can be used to discharge laxet oh real and
personal properly, school and capitation laxes duo
the Stato, State licences, fines, dr.. for sale at a
Satisfactory written guarantees arc given to
purchasers which will savo them harmless on ac?
count of a tender of these coupons,
janll tf_15. T. LS'?'AS. A-t-nS.
FIRST NATIONAL BASK
CORNER LEE AND PRINCE STREETS.
6 FERGUSON BEACH, I ! OHAS. R. HOOFP,
President. ] \ Cashier.
Prompt attention given to all business, includ?
ing collections throughout tho United States and
JOHN* B. BMOOT, j ( TJt. H. LAMBEST,
President. ( Cashier.
Capilal $100,000. Surplus $20,0!
COLLECTIONS HADE AND PROMP1L1
rST-ALL KINDS OF INVESTMENT SECURITIES
Dibectobs?J. B. Smoot, E. L. Daiugcrfield, Bi
Wheat, P. B. Hooo, John Perry. ap4
Burke & Herbert,
LOCAL STOCKS AND ALL FIRST CLASS
RAILROAD BONDS AND OTHER
uiyy BURKE & HERBERT.
AHANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF COUN?
TRY-MADE CASSIMERES, the best goods
for bovs and men's wear, at
fcl>25 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
SCOTCH WOOL KNIT GLOVES. Cloth Gloves
and Fur-top Dogskin, at 25c. .15c, 50c, 75
$1, $1.25 and .*1.50, at
uovl9_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
GIRL'S QUADRICYCLE. s superior article, at
less than wholesale prico, at
dec'23 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
r BBLS CHOICE NEW YORK BEANS received
0 to-day bv
novS .1. C. MILBURN.
SOME very cheap and good BLANKETS, white
and colored, at
_ dccS_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
CHOICR FLORIDA ORANGES and FANCY
MESSINA LEMONS just received by
mhl4 J. C. MILBURN. _
SUPERIOR SUGAR CURED HAMS, mild cure,
for sale by
nov23 . J. C. MILBURN.
OOD WHITE and COLORED BLANKETS
very cheap at
nov24 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
IjiANCY NEW VIRGINIA HONEY, in 1-lb
' packages, just received at
BOYS' EXTRA SIZED HEAVY RIBBED
HOSE, 9 and 9^: 12^c at
novfi_ AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
SATISFACTION TOBACCO received to-day di
rect from tho factory, and for sale low by
j723_ J. C. MILBURN.
LARGE CANS TOMATOES, N:uiti<-oke brand,
for sale at 10c each by
mh25_J. C. MILBURN.
SUITINGS! 8?ITINGS!?Good, pretty and
cheap Suits made to order and (it guaranteed by
mh24_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB.
-i a GROSS RUMFORD'S YEAST POWDER re
1U ceived to-day by
mh22_.L C. MILBURN.
Graham flour, fresh ground, for sale by
aplf) J. C. MILBURN.
IVORY SOAP for sale by
FOR SALE AND RENT.
HABLOW & CATON.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROKERS.
? Room 2 Market Building,
! Offer for salo on easy terms the following dcdra
I bio city and country property :
IMPROVED PROPERTY (CITY).
[ Two-story frame dwelling and lot Kins stre*t, be?
tween Payne and West.
Two-st?ry brick dwelling and lot a. e. cor. Columbus
and Oronoeo street".
Three-story brick dwelling and lot north side of
Prince, between Lee ami Union,
Two-story brick dwelling and lot Queen street, bet.
Fayette and Henry.
Two-story frame dwelling and lot Fayette street, bet.
Queen and Princess.
Three-story frame dwelling and lot and store adjoin?
ing S. e. cor. Fairfax nnd Gibbon.
Three-Story briek dwelling and lot Patrick -treet,
between King and Prince.
Six two-story frame dwellings s. e. corner Alfred and
Three-story brick dwelling and lot Fairfax -trcet,
between Prince und Duke.
Two-story.frame dwelling and lot Columbus street,
between Prince and Duke.
Two-storv brick d?""dlinj;. store and lot Kins street, I
I "inree-anU-u.-i.alf brick clu<......? ? ...._-. .'
Four-story briek building and iol known OS the "Ton?
tine Hotel," Cameron st.. between Fairfax and Royal.
Three-and-a-half story brick dwelling and lot s. e.
corner Patrick and Kinic streets.
Two-story briek dwelling and lot corner Peyton and
Two-story frame dwelling and lot Columbus street
between Wilkcs and Gibl>ou.
Two-story frame dwelling and lot Duke street, 1? t.
Patrick and Alfred.
Three-story brick dwelling and lot Kins street, bet.
Washington and Columbus.
Three-story brick dwelling and lot of ground Duke
street, between Columbus and Alfred.
Four-story brick dwelling, stables and lots u, w. cor,
Cameron and St. Asaph streets.
Three-storv brick dwelling anil lot a. w. .ur. Royal
and Duke streets.
Three-story brick dwelling and lot Duke street, bet.
Royal and Pitt
Three-story briek dwelling and lot Washington St.,
between Cameron and Queen.
Three-story frame dwelling and lot Wilkcs street,
between Royal and Pitt.
Two-story brick dwelling ami lot Union street, bet.
Duke and Wolfe.
Two-storv frame dwelling and lot t'niou street, bet.
Duke and Wolfe.
Two two-story frame dwellings and lots Fairfax
between Queen ami Cameron.
Three-story briet: store King, bet Fairfax and Royal.
Tlirec-story brick dwelling Queen: bet. Pitt ami st.
Two houses and lot* St. Asaph, bet. Princess and
Two houses and lots s. w. cor. Queen and Lee.
Mouse and lot s. w. cor. Royal and Queen.
Thrcc-storv brick dwelling and lots -. w. cor. Prince
and Alfred. ;?
ta(sGibbon, between (loyal and Fairfax.
Two lots Washington, bet. Oronoeo and Pendleton.
.-? yen lots Columbus, bet. Oronoeo and PcndlctOU.
Fi VC lots Hctiry, between Kins and PrincC.
Lot s. e. < i>r. Wilkcs ?ml Columbus.
Lot Wythe, between Pitt and Royat
Lot Henry, between Puke ami Prince.
Lot 1 i m|. Ii. w. eor. Alfred nnd Wolfe.
I*it Columbus, between Pendleton and Wvthe,
Lot 1 /. si|. Pendleton, Royal and Pitt.
Teu lots Duke, WCSt of West street.
Lots:Cameron, Payne and Fayette.
Lots n. e. corner Queen and Fairfax.
A large number of DESIRABLE FARMS in Alexan?
dria, Fairfax, Loudoun, Prince William and Fauciuier
? ?..un':>'-._H\iZi tin
BUILD! XG LOTS FOR SALE.
ELIGIBLE BUILDING LOTS
In square bounded by Queen, Wes and Payn< tts.
This block ba? been sub-divided, and lots are now
otTercd for sale.
A water main runs in front of Payne street lots.
KOJtEKT J. THOMAS,
ap20 lm No. ?'><> Columbus street.
EN ECUTOR'S NOTICE. -Having qualified as
executor of the last will and testament of
SUSANNAH LILES, deceased, notice is hereby
given to all parties having claims against the es?
tate of the said Susannah Liles to present the
same at once duly authenticated for settlement,
and all persons indebted to said estate are notified
to make prompt payment.
ap23-2w ELIJAH CASH, Executor.
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE?Tho under
signed having qualified as administratrix
upon the estate of JOHN WENTZEL, deceased,
late of Alexandria, Va , notice is hereby given to
all persons indebted to said estate to make pay?
ment of such indebtedness to her, and all persons
having claims against said citato to present tho
same, nropcrlv verified, for settlement.
apll eo-lw Admx. of John Wcntzcl, deed.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE?Having qualified as
executor of the last will and testament of
OWEN NUGENT, deceased, notice is hereby giv?
en to all parties having claims against the estate
of the said Owen Nugent to present the same for
settlement, and all persons indebted to said estate
are notified to make prompt payment.
mh:U lm OWEN .1. NUGENT, Executor.
* MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF
A THE VIRGINIA MARBLE COMPANY will
be held at the oilico of Chas. P. Janney, in Lccs
l.ur-. Virginia, at 11:30 a. m. on WEDNESDAY,
tho 4th day of May, 1S87, to consider matters ot
assessment" the amendment! to their charter, and
other important busino?-.
A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS will bo
held at tho samo time and place.
aplO 10t H. D. B. NORRIS, President.
rPHE ANNUAL MEETING
A of the stockholders of the
ALEXANDRIA CANAL COMPANY
will he held in the Council chamber on MON?
DAY. May 2d, at 12 m.
zp? 2awtd L. E. UHLER, Secretary.
1XBE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
. HOLDERS OF THE JANNEY CAR COUP?
LING COMPANY will he held at the office of A.
W. Armstrong, csq., No. 56 King street, on WED
NESDAY, the 27th day of April, at :iH2 o'clock
p. m. E. H. JANNEY.
apS cotd President.
Is to the kitchen what pure, sweet butter is to
tho table?essential.?Hume, Chary & Co., Wash?
For sale in Alexandria by the following well
R W. A VERY. A. C. HARMON & CO.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
Beware of imitations. All our kettles have red
seal stamped on side.
G. CASSARD & SON. Baltimore, Md.,
Curers of the Celebrated "Star Brand" Mild cured
Ha:;i3 and Breakfast Bacon.
LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDBEN'S CASH
HEBE and LAMBS' WOOL HOSE, all colors
i and qualities, at
-Ice- AMOS B. SLAYMAKEE'S.
Teas?Having bought largely of Teas, care?
fully selected, I am selling the same very low.
sep23 J. c. milbubn.
Malaga grapes and cape cod cran?
berries just received.
oct20 geo. McBurney a son.
11he golden HAM.
apii geo. McBurney & son.
By E. T. Lucas. Auctioneer.
ADJLTXI MATRIX'S SALE.
o.i WEDNESDAY, May tltb, I will sell, as ad?
ministratrix of Johu Wentze!. deceased, on tbe
! preru's s, on Kin.': Mr a, adjoining Peabody
? Btnl ling, oic fjJJotriag personal proper;-.-, vi/
- wagons ard
3 SETS OFHARNE S. Sale at LOa.m
_?1 f_f.tAt<V WENT/EL. Admx.
QOMMlSSlOXERb' SALE of VALUABLE
IN ALEXANDRIA. VIEGINIA.
Fy virtue of ade-rcoof the Corporation Ccu it
pr tboeity <,: Ah-x- udria. Vi^ini?. rendered at
rs Apt I term.ISS/, in iho etiatc ry cause of
fciuai ii 1 trai C:s vs. R..so e. Latham et als., the
srbtcrijc-s, as tprcial loiniis ioncrs, appointed
Av said dcere.-. will cs;n-e for talc ;;t public .-me?
at JL'mVTiT'lrbf.r^lJ.-i.h d:iy<f.M..,y, 1887,
j Roy,'ii -t.cet, in the slid city o: ". c?S??*iTS^Bn
j loll- wing dog r bid rcsl estate, to \v:f:
1st A LOT OF GRCUS D. n it Ii a TWO-STORY
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE tbereon, oa the
j north side of Prince sc?eet, between Union and
le- streets, ii the said city >f Alexandria, in
fronton Priocesirjtt 20 leut, iudic cr hs;, and
in dopth SS fee*.
2d A LOT OF GROUND, with a THREE
STORY nr.ICK DWELLING tfOU?E thereon-ad?
joining the above des-tribci p operty on h s wo3t,
in front oa Prince street 20 feet, mere or its>,
and in depth ?8 feat, being tho property of which
Mrs. Rt re Vaecari did seia <1
Terms of :;i e: One ihiitt of tbs pirchrn: mon?
ey in cash, on the day Of salo, an 1 the r.s <!ua in
two equal p tymcnts, >.: i; an-l twelva months
from iho ?1 y of sale; the deferred paym nts to
bear interest from tho day of site, and to be to
cured by the notes of ih ? ptinhiieror ; a:chaser?,
with good security, and t!;e retention of the titlo
to the pro crtr. until said :;i :.s a e naid.
.7 K. M NuirTON,
J-.s R cato:
N, ^Special Cota'i
I, John S. Biach. C.'ork of the Corpcrttion
Court of the city of Alexandria, ?. a , do certify
that James R.Caton, Special Com.n?sbncr, has
given bund, with eei . as required by tho
above mentioned decree Given u ider my hand
this 23d day of April, 1 B87
[ap23 ts] _JOil \ S KEaCH, Clerk.
Ry Green & Wise, vuctionccrs.
DV VIRTUE OF THE DECREE OF THE COK
D poration Court of the city of Alcxau Iria, ren?
dered on th > 17th day of January, 1887, in the
chancery suit of Hart vs ILtrlow, administrator,
ot aL, the undersigned Commissioner, therein
named, will, on SATURDAY, tho 21st d iy of
.May, 1SS7, at 1- o'clock m., i:i front of tlie (.'ourt
House door, on Fairfax street, in said city, expose
for sale nt public auction tbo following property,
ALL THE LOT OF GROUND lately btslonging;
to Michael Hart, deceased, known and dts r.bcd
in the plat of his estate, tiled in tho suit of Ag cw
and als. vj. Hart and als., ?:. lot No. I, lying in
Alexandria county, Virginia, near Sfc Asaph
Junction, containing! aero, 1 rood and 5 poles,
and improved by a frame dwelling.
Terms of Salo: One third of the \ urchaa im is
cy in cash, and the residue payahlo in equal in?
stalments at six, twelve and eighteen months
from the day of sale, with interest, to be szcurcd
by the notes of the purchaser, with od security,
and the titlo tobe retained until tin- purchase
price is fully paid.
Given under our hand i this 21st day of April,
1887. EDMUND BURKE.
G. A. MUS HB ACH.
C. E. STUART.
I, John S. Beach, Clerk of the Corporation Court
of the city of Alexandria, do certify that O. A.
Mushbach, commissioner, has given the bond with
security required by the above mentioned decree.
ap21':Pit JOHN S. BEACH, Clerk.
PURSUANT TO A DECREE OF THE CIRCUIT
A. Court of the cily of Alexandria, rendered in
the chancery cause of Edgar Snowdcn vs. Frank
G. Nealo and als. on tiic 24th day of March. A. D.
1S87, the undersigned will sell at public auction,
in front of tho Market Souse, on SATURDAY
thc7thdi..v of May, A.D. 18s7, the following
An UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST %
IN A LOT OF GROUND with BUILDINGS
thoreon, situated on the southwest corner of Duke
and Columbus street', fronting' on Duke street 43
feet cad iiuniug back with that width 85 feet to
a 5 feet all- v.
Terms of Sals: One third iu cash, and the resi?
due in two equal payments at six and twelve
months ; Cm deferred payments to be secured by
the uotis 11' iho i urchaser, with good personal sc
cuii'y, and to beir interest at the rate of six per
centum per annum till naid.
.1 K. M. NORTON.
Commissioner of Sale.
I, John S Beach, Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the city of Alcxas-dria, do certify that J. K. M.
Norton, Commissi jiicr cf Sale, as above, has exe?
cuted the bind required by Slid decree. Given
under my hand tt-ir, 11 h day of April, AJ).1887.
,[,11 wts_J HIN 8. BEACH, Clerk.
By Green & Wise, Auctioneers.
PURSUANT TO A DECREE OF THE COR
poratlou C ??! I of the city ( f Alexandria; ren
dend on tho 3 4'h day of March, A. D. l*-ij7, in
t'ie c'ianc ry suit of J. S?u'.h*&tc Yeaton et al. vs.
A. M. Ycatou et al , (ho undersigned will --ell at
pub :c auction infroucof (ho Market House, on
SA"! URDAY, tho 21st ta,i o: May, A. D. 1>S7,
tho fo'.lowiLg real ist tc, v'z;
No 1 -Eegin-iing at the int r o'tion of Colum
bu . and Pendletoi streets, fr: n'.iag on Pendleton
street 123 fc et 5 in<:!ic3 and running !?ickl7t?
feet 7 inth s : exee.pt a port on thereof, lozinning
on tho cast side of Ovum1 us ."-tice , at tho centre
of tne sjn.ir-, f on ting "JO f&.t on Cclumbus
6trect, with a depth of 1 10 foot.
No 2-An UNDIVIDED o IE JHLF l^) IN?
TEREST OF AN ACRE u!i llAl.F.-o .'ARE OF
OBOUND, bjunded by Wytho, P.t. tLd Royal
Terms of Sa'c: One third caU;; the re-i'-ue in
three<q'iil iushi'mcn's, jay:vt>;e in six, twelve
and c^nteni moutl s from the d.y of sale, with
interest, to bj evidenced by tbo uoto < f the pur?
chasers, with good sicirity; title to ho sctaii ed
until the whole (urcha c pr co is paid.
CHARLES E. .-.TUART,
Co am's.i^ner cf Sale.
I, Jo'.n S. Beach, Clc:k of Ih; Co:p ration Couit
of tho cty of Alei.ndria, co hcicby ccitity tLat
Charles E. Stuart. Comri? s'oncr of Sale in the
above C-nte, has given bond, as rrrjuirc t by said
decree. Oiven under my hand tbii 15th day of
April, A. D. Itt7.
apl5 ts JOHN REACH. C erk.
L. STABLER A CO.,
Manufacturers and Botttcn of
SOLA AND MINERAL WATSBS,
GINGER ALE AND SARSAPAETLLA.
Wc have just put in operat ion apparatus of the
newest pattern f?.r the production and bottling of
carbonated drink', whith wo arc ;.ow mar.u"ac
turing of the very best quiiity, and which csu ho
had at any of tho saloons or grocery Etorci in tho
city. We solicit a trial.
Wo supply only tho trade.
L. STABLES & CO.,
N. W. cor. King and Washington sts.,
mh24 Alexandria, Va.
DRY STATE! DRY STATE!
Tho above preparation, in 50-cent packages,
for salo by
jy3 _W. F. CBEIGHTON & CO.
FLOWER POTS?Just received a lot of Flower
Pots, assorted sizes, neat and durable, with
or without saucers, at
feblS E. J. MILLER, SON & CO'S.