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:VQL, XC ALEXANDRIA, VA., FRIDAY EVENING MAY 24, 1889 = NO. 124.
CRY AND FANCY GOODS._ REMNANT SALE! IMMENSE BARGAINS. First Come First to Secure the Choice Styles of 20 ? yards P ENCH SATTEEK Lemnants). These goods in piece are worth 25c; wc soil at 12*fec. rards BEAUTIFUL LAWN s'iemnauts) at 6^c : worth double. 1 jot FANCY GINGHAMS iBeuinant3i at 30c: worth 12^ to 15c. 500 yard; BLUE DENIMS (Bomnant?) at 11c; worth 15c. 10,000 yards SWISS anl HA MBUEG EMBEOIDEEIES. 20 dozen FINE PEBCALE S1IIETS at 50c ; worth $1. 100 do/.?n SEAMLES* HALF HOSE, 4 pairs for 25c. Tho above goods are very cheap and well worthy of attoution. J. R CHAPMAN, Agt , 424 King street. THE ELECTION Is over, but tho time for obtaining bargains is not. You can always find them at BBNDHBIM'S. Boad the list of new attractions. Just opened an elegant line of Fancy Parasols and Sun Umbrellas in tho very latest styles. These goods wore bought direct from the manufacturers, and we bave thom at bottom prices. An elegant line of Boys' Shirt Wai3ts In Calico, Percal, Outing Cloth and Flan? nels, a large assortment, vory cheap. Now Lress Goods arriving daily; now Trimmings to match. A superb assortment of Passamen tres Just rocoived. Our White Goods Department now complete. In addition to regular stock wo bave secured a great many jobs in Bomnants, lengths running from 2 to 10 yards, in India Linens, Plaid Nainsooks, Lace Stripos, Lace Checks, Lace Plaids, Ac, &c. Thc30 goods wore bought way under value on ac? count of having to tako them in short lengthn. You can get what you want of them, as it is no tioublo to match them up. Wo offer them as a a special bargain. We arc displaying a beautiful Hue of Buw Silk Stand and Table Covers from 50c up. Ladies' Jersey Bibbed Vests at 12^c; a bet? ter quality at I?-3C Centennial Skirting, some? thing entirely new, -10 inches wide. Wo have 30 pieces in different colorod stripes at 25c per yard. 1>. BEX Jf HEIM, No. 316 King St. AGRICULTURAL. HERBERT BRYANT, !\o. 117 King street, Alexandria, Va.a MANUKACTl'EEB OF FERTILIZERS, And Extensive Dealer in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, GARDEN, FIELD AND GRASS SEEDS, Special Agent for DICK'S FAMOUS ENSILAGE. HAY, STRAW. AND FODDER CUTTER AND SPLITTER. ROLAND CHILLED PLOWS, GRAIN AND FERTILIZING DRILLS, FARM WAGONS. &c. janl" tf BUILDING MATF'^AT, &c. Jas. Rector Smoot & terry, SteamFloorinff&Plamn^5Qll Manufacture:"1 e; :^<i WINDOW FI2AMF3, MOLDINGS, fee. Dealers in I ?MBEB, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED FLA :. '?'MENT. NO. 25 SOUTH UNION ST., ALEXAN f>2) s., VIBGINi. BP!" Lamhor de?rored in tbe city free. c5 srli j^XjZ s ~et ieid 1822. josiah h7d. S M got, DKALEE TS Liter, Shingles, Laths, NAILS, LIME, CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTES &c? &c &c. MAlfUFACTUEEH OF FLOORING, DOOKS, SASH. BLINDS, FEAMES MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACEETS AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WOBK. 11 Sice and yard No. '21 north Union st. Factory Nob. 13 and 15 north Loo St., Aloxaudria. Va. *P*No charge for dolivery in city. jan28 THE TIME WILL SOON BE HEEE FOB OUT? DOOR AMUSEMENTS. A r French's, -JL17 & -119King st,, Can bo found tbo liuest and choapest line of CBOQUET ia tho State: twelve different .stylos. HAMMOCKS arc a necessity. All sizes and qualities at French's from tho finest Mexican braided edges, down to the cheapest. Ten di fie rent stylos, guaranteed to be tho best and cheapest ever offered. BASE BALLS for t'10 million, from 5 cents up to tho League and American Association. Clubs furnished at raanfacturer-'price. _my3 Ice! Ice! Ice! A full supply of NOETHEBN ICE, of snpeiior quality, constantly on hand and for saie. wholesale and retail, on tho most favorablo terms. Orders left with our drivers, at our ofiico, or by telephone, will rocoive prompt attontion. Our facilities for delivory by tho car load are unsurpassed in any city. Packing for country dolivery a specialty. F. A. EEED & CO., Eeod's Wharf. REMOVAL. I have removed mv JEWELEY and OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT to NO. 31S KING STREKT tW. W. Adam's old stand), *hcTo I will be pleased to see my customers and the pub'.ic in general. Work which has been left &t my Royal street store will be delivered from thore. HENRY WILDT, Jeweler and Optician, _JQyir> Im _318 King street. JTOTICE TO GAS CONSUMERS. Gas consumers who arc delihqueut will please call at the cilice and sattle their bills, as it is now ?ear the end of tho fiscal voar, and tho bills mult collected beforo tho first day of June, 1SS9. W. H. HANTZMON, Sunt. J5I2_B. THEO. COOK, Clerk.* SALE. or,?16 TW0-STOEY FEAME DWELLING No. ^ south Fairfax stroot. Apply to JE3%1 1 m_ALLEN C. HARMON. STONEWAiii \ lar<-c invoice of Rood Stone? ware just reec it U ,J for sale at 10c per eal ??"J- [myKj J.C. MILBUBN. LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED AWAY, several days ago, a BLACK ANGORA CAT, with long fur. A reward will be paid for information that will lead to its recovery by jny22 3t Dr. DIEDEL, GIO King street. WANTS. HORSE WANTED-Wanted for his keeping during the summer, a GOOD DRIVING HORSE. Will be well fed, given plenty of grass and properly takon care of. Address my21 3t 0. F. BAGGETT. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Mrs. HENRY WILDT. DEALER IN" Watete, Clods, Jewelry & Silverware, PLATED WABE, SPECTACLES, EYE GLASSES, SILK GUABDS, &c. ^EfirAll rop.iiring promptly attended to. my21 if 3 00 N. BOYAL STBEET. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. W. A. 8MOOT. G. S. French. ^Y . A . SJIOOT ?fc CO., Coal, Salt and Plaster, Alexandria, Va. Office?Smoot's Wharf. ap4 Special attention paid to forwarding. ~ ( HARES KING ?fc SON, WHOLESALE GROCERS, NOETH LEE STBEET, (Opposite ELill's Cracker Factory) JBB-SOLE AGENTS FOR SATISFACTION TO BACCO and HAZARD POWDEB._oct26 r C. MILB?BN, GROCER, TEA DEALER and COMMISSION MEECHANT, No. 17 North Royal street, near Market space. Alexandria, Va. Orders and consignments solicited; they will re* coive caroful and prompt attention._ap!9 A. JOHNSON & CO., W. WHOLESALE GEOCEBS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Dealers in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, Have on hand GIBSON'S XX, XXX, XX XX, and PUEE OLD EYE, OLD CABINET and MONOGBAM WHISKIES; also BAKER'S and THOMPSON'S PUEE EYE WHISKIES, to which they invite the attention of the trade. Orders from the country for merchandise shall receive prompt attention. Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country Pro* duco solicited, for which thoy guarantee the high? est market prices and prompt returns. Northeast corner of Cameron aud Boyal strocte sopl4 Alexandria, Va. headqGTarters ?foe? FURNITURE. GBAND ANNOUNCEMENT. BRIGHT NEW STYLES FOR SPRING FUBNITUBE, CAEPETS, MATTTNG8, &c, ?AT? m. ruben & sons' CASH AND INSTALMENT HOUSE. Wo have a large assortment of Parlor and Bed Boom Suits and Furniture of every description. Our stock of BABY CARRIAGES is complete. Prices to suit all. Mattresses of every description on hand and made to order. Sole agents for the LACE WEBB 8PBING, the finest spring in the market. Manufacturers' agents for SCHOOL and CHUBCH FUBNITUBE. Estimates furnished for seating churches, schools, opera houses, etc. 1?. RUBEN A SONS, Corner King and St. Asaph sts, ap4 3m _Alexandria. Virginia. j^ONEY TO LOAN. I am authorized to lend the following sums of money, viz: $1,650 for a term of yean-, secured by a deed of trust on improved real estate; and $3,400 for one year, secured either by a deed of trust as above, or by approved collaterals; and $2,600 for a term of years, secured by a like deed of trust. All fees and expenses, including examination of title conveyancing, insurance, etc., to be paid by the borrower. GEOBGE A. MU8HBACH, myl7 lw 109 N. Fairfax street. mm mmmt. PUBLISHED DALLE AND TBI-WEBKLY Bl MD GAR 8N0WDBN, At the Qaseite Building, 310 and 312 Prince I DALLY. I TRI-WEEKLY. One year.?6 00 | One year.$4 00 Six months. 3 00 Six months. 2 00 One month. 50 | Three months. 1 00 Contract advertisers will not be allowed to exceed their space, unless the excess is paid for at transient ratesr and under no circumstances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the space contracted for. All transient advertisements must be paid for in ad? vance. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in ad? vance. Persons leaving the city can have the Gazette mailed to them, postpaid, for fifty cents a month, and the address changed as often as desired. Resolutionsin memoriam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless of public concern, will only be printed in this paper as advertisements. All communications should be addressed to "Gazette," Alexandria, Va. The Gazette office is connected with the Telephone Ex? change. Advertisements, orders for the paper, newt or any information or business can be sent by Tel phone. [Entered at the Postoffice at Alexandria, Virginia, at second-class matter.] NEWS OF THE DAY. The trial of Gen. Boulan-icr by the French 8enate has been postponed nsti! August. Captain Noyes of the ship Coioma reports that he has found three Dew inlands, south east of Japan, which are not marke*"! on any chart. Steps are being taken to recover $250,000 that New York city lost through the failure of tbs Marine Bank. Bondsmen for the late City Chamberlain Tappan are to be sued. The ordinance bureau of the Navy Depart? ment has completed two of tbe ten-inch Bteel breech loading rifles for the monitor Miantonomab. The guns are expected to fire a shot ten miles. The steamers Samuel J. Pentz and the Danville, were iu collision yesterday short? ly after five o'clock in B Itimuro harbor. The Pentz was damaged so cadlf that ehe bad to be towed at once to a shipyard for repairs. Dr. Mackenzie, physician to the late Em* peror Frederick, is about to bring a suit against the London Times and Mr. Stein koplf, proprietor of tb6 St. James Gazette, for publishing a letter written by Mr. Stein? kopif in which he accuses Dr. Mackenzie of | conspiracy while treating the Emperor. Mrs. Andrew Connelly and her children were deserted in Ireland by the husband and (father, who came to America. Tbe wife followed him and he fled back to the old country, and when she sailed for home be lefc for America again. She orossed the ocean a third time in pursuit and caused bis arrest in Brooklyn. The engineers have completed the sur- ] veys for the Congo railroad around tbe cat? aracts. They say that id will take $5,C00, 000 to build and equip tho road, and pay in? terest on the investment. Tbe period of | construction is fixed at four years. Tbe total length of the road will be 264 miles and it will extend from Matadi, at the head of navigation oo the lower Congo, to Nadalo, on the Bouth shore of Stanley Pool. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, in? stead of aches and pains, wouldn't you rath? er feel fresh and strong? If you continue | feeling miserable and good-for-nothing you have only yourself to blame, for Brown's Iron Bitters will surely cure you. It is a certain cure for dyspepsia indigestion, ma? laria, weakness, kidney, lung and heart af? fections, Try it if you desire to be healthy, robust and strong, and experience its re? markable curative qualities. That Hacking Cough can be ao quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. Sold by E. 5. Laadbeater & Bro. For all diseases of tbe kidneys, bladder or urinary organs use Finney'e Compound Syrup of Buchu, a positive and speedy cure j for the following symptoms : Pain in the back, Insomnia, nervousness, muscular weakness, vertigo, dizziness in tbe head, dropsioal swellings existing in men, women or children, weakness arising from various abuses. As a blood purifier it has no equal; it eradicates from the blood.through the kid? neys, all uric acid and other poisons, leaving tbe skin smooth and free from ali eruptions. Bboadus & Smith, agents, Successors to S. H. Lunt, Alexandria, Va. janl4-6m_ The Rev. Geo. H. Thayee, of Bourbon Ind., says : "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cube." Sold by E. S. Lead beater & Bro. Saved Iiis Sight. Mb. A. W. Ha wees :? About a year ago I procured my first pair of glasses from some dealer, but they strained my eyes and caus? ed them to ache. I then bought a pair of | your Crystalized Lenses, and the effect has been wonderful, as a proof of which I do not j use any glasses now and see as well as ever. F. E. Daniel, M. D. Ed. Tex. Med. Record. All eyes fitted and fit guaranted by L. Stabler & Co, Alexandria, Va. I suffered for more than ten years with that dreadful disease, catarrh, and used every available medicine which was recommended to me. I can? not thank you enough for the relief which your Croam Balm has afforded mo.?[Emanuol Meyers, Winfield, L. L, N. Y. For fifteen years I was annoyed with sovero pain in my head and discharges into my throat from catarrh. My senso of smell was much im? paired. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm I have overcome these troubles.?[J. B. Case, St. Denis Hotel, N. Y. m Will You Suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizeris guar? anteed to cure you. Sold by E. S. Leadbeat er & Bro. _____ Is Consnmp^'ion Curable ? Bead the following: Mr. C. H. Morris, Newark, Ark., says: Was down with Abscess of Lungs,and friends and physicians pronounced me an Incura? ble Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am now on my third bottle, and able to oversee the work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever made. Jesse Mi'dlewart, Decatur. Ohio, says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for Con? sumption I would have diod of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doctors. Am now in best of | health." Trial bottles free at E. S. Leadbeater & Bro's. drug store. _ Why Will You cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price lOcts., 50 eta., and $L Sold by E. 8. Leadbeater & Bro._ GENTLEMEN, we call your attention to our lino of FLANNEL SHIBTS. latest styles. ?P3 CHAPMAN'S, 42-1 King street... _MEDICINAL. ely's catarrH Cleanses the Nasal?R^^Rf ' Passages, A?aysPainKjBfiy^^ and Inflammation, Heals the Sores, Re? stores the Senses of Taste and Smell. TBY THE CURE, A particle is applied into each nostril, and is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druggists; by mail, registered, 60 cents. ELY BROTHERS, oct23 56 Warren street, New York. EBBmam FANCY GROCERIES. 10 CASES Fruit Puddine FOB SALE BY C. WM. RAMSAY. SMALL HAMS, 50 fine Sugar-Cured Hams, 8 to 10 lbs, uncanva?sed, for sale by C. WM- RAMSAY. FANCY MESSINA Oranges I Lemons ?AT? RAMSAY'S. HALF PRICE. 400 LBS. lib lO cents per pound -AT? RAMSAY'S. Cheap and Good. C. & B. JAMS, IN ONE-POUND JABS, FULL WEIGHT, TWENTY CENTS EACH STEAWBEBBY, BA8PBEBBY, BED CCBBANT, BA8PBEBNT AND CUBEANT, DAMSON, GOOSEBERRY, GREEN GAGE, AND Miffs Straiterrj M RasjteFj JAMS, In four-pound pots, also full-weight, at EIGHTY CENTS EACH. For sale by G. WM. RAMSAY. ~ CORPORATION NOTICES. ?^?OTICE, TAX-PAYERS. LAST AND FINAL NOTICE. Proceedings will bo taken to collect by law all bills for delinquent corporation taxes not paid on or before the 31st day of May, 1889. J. T. HILL, Col. North. Dist. my23 td A. F. COX, Col. South. Dist. PORTRAITS. _ i CRAYON, INDIA INK, WATER COLOR AND PASTEL PORTRAITS. STILL ANOTHER ALEXANDRIA ENTERPRISE J ? The undersigned has added to his Photographic business a regular PHOTO COPYING business, with all tho necessary fjcilities for COPYING and ENLARGING OLD PICTURES of every de? scription to any size required and finishing them in either of the above styles at prices and quality that defy competition. Bring your old pictures to us, as you run a risk by sending them away. SOLICITING AGENTS WANTED. PICTUBE FRAMES, all sizes and styles. We are also prepared to do all kinds of OUT DOOB WORE in our line, such as views of resi? dences, out door groups, Ac, in city or country. Call and see samples of our work. Respectfully 13. IEI_ 3staramobe, 321 KING STBEET, my23 3m_. Alexandria, Virginia. h ASTRAL ABSOLUTELY SAFE! PERFECTLY ODERLESS! Burns in any Lamp without danger of Exploding or taking fire. Sea that you get the genuine. For sale by BALTIMORE UNITED OIL COMPY., Washington? D.C. my22 ly DRY GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS. A large lot of goods purchased from au importing house retirin2 from business, embracing Piques, Nainsooks, Mulls, Frere Koechlin's Fine French Percales, &c. At 15c. Most of these goods are worth 25c. THREE BARGAINS IN WHITE CROCHET QUILTS, At $1, $1 15 and $1 25/about^25Jper cent under value. A large lot of FINE TOWELS I At 17, 20c, 25, 30 and 35c, worth, 20, 25, 33 1-3 and 50c. This is the best bargain we have ever offered in Towels. DRESS GINGHAMS In large variety. A large line of good styles at 8c; also better goods in full lines of the celebrated Toilet du Nord Ginghams, Black Brus? sels Nets, in a variety of patterns. Black Chantilly Lace Flouncings. Large assortment of Frere Koechlin's choice styles of French Sat ines, new Challis, French Zephyr Ginghams. Camels' Hair Combination Dress Patterns at about two-thirds value. PERSIAN TRIMMINGS. New shades in Ribbons. Large assortment of choice Standard Prints at 6c; worth 8c. Mattings, Oil Cloths and Carpets. Our Merchant Tailoring Department turns out only first-class work. Our Cutter is one of superior excellence, and we guarantee entire satis? faction. ?Onb Price. ? TACKETT * MARSHALL, NON. 4SI AND 432 KINO STREET. AUCTION GOODS AT PRIVATE SALE. We have this day received a lot of goods purchased from a sheriff's salo in Philadelphia, which we will dispose of at exactly ONE-HALF ITS ORIGINAL VALUE. Marked in plain figures by the parties who were sold out. Parasols marked $4.00 at $2.00. " " 3.00 1.50. " " 2.00 1.00; And others in proportion. Silk-Lace Flouncing Chentilla marked at $3.00 at$1.50. Do. at $2.50 at $1.25. Do. at $4.00 at $2.00. Lots of White Goods marked 25c at 12 1 -2c. " " " 20c at 10c. " " " 15c at 7c. Various other bargains too numerous to mention, such as Hosiery, Bloves, To* Napkins, LAs' Vests, GENTS' SHIRTS, &c, &c. ftgg?fia11 and price our goods and ask for special auction goods.*^>ff ISAAC EICHBERG * CO., Corner King and Roval Streets.