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ALEXANDRIA. VA, THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 7, 1.880
iO. 275. MEDICINAL. fiXJSCloF SS*?* Over Complaint, -Jliliona Affection* and Lostivcness. At druitgists. Price 8? cts. DP B ULLS COUGH SALVATION OIL ' / ? > cents. S^td by all druggists.) Relieves quickly Rheumatism, Neu? ralgia, Swellings, Bruises,Lumbago, Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Cuts, Burns, Scalds, Sores, Backache,&c. C 7 " '.' JL UCS- The Great ~rob?ccT?n~. U r"-el0rts. A'all druggists. REAL ESTATE AGENTS. w ANTED. PURCHASERS FOR GOOD. CHEAP HOMES IN PIEDMONT SECTION, VIBGINIA. Ownors wishing to soil their lands should 6ond as description promptly to meet the coming boom in Virginia roal estate. BETH UNE & JEFFBtES, Piedmont and Potomac Laud Agoncy, aug313m Warronton, Virginia WANIII XG'IO.V I> A X EX HOW ER ~ (Successor to Danenhowor & Sou, Real Estate and Insurance Broker j NO. 11 l? F STBEET N. W., Washington, D. C. Boal Estate Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Money Invested, Ecnts Collected and the Care of Property of Residents and Non-BosidenU. Building Houses for Incestment a Specially. Agent American tire Insurance Cumpavj of Balti? more, Md. /e24 ly KUiLDING MATERIAL, &c. Jas. Rector Smoot & Perry, Steam Flooring&Planiiig Mill Manufacturers of OOOB Mid WINDOW FBaMFS, MOLDINGS, *c Dealers in LUMBEB, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTEB ana CEMENT. NO. 25 NOBTH UNION ST.. ALEXANDBIA, VIBGINU ^aS^Lutnbor dolivorod in tho city froe. KSTAELISHBD 1822~ josiah Cd. smoot, DEALEB tH j?inkr, Shingles, Laths. N AI LS, LIME, CEMENT. CALCINED PLASTEB &C.. fee. fee. MANUFACTrjBEB OF VI.OOKING, DOOBS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAME* MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BBACKET8 AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK. Dtnce and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory Son. and 15 north Loo St.. Alexandria, Va. 3SVNo charge for dolivory in city. jan.28 AGRICULTURAL. HERBERT BRYANT, "to. 117 King Htroot, Alexandria, Va. MANU FACTI'BEB OF FERTILIZERS, And Extensive Dealor in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. 1ARDEN, FIELD AND GRASS SEEDS, Special Agent for JICK'S FAMOUS ENSILAGE, HAY, STRAW, AND FODDER CUTTER AND SPLITTER. tOLAND CHILLED PLOWS, GRAIN AND FERTILIZING DRILLS, FARM WAGONS, &c. janl7 tf OOMM i?: ION MERC HANTS. W. A. SMOtn G. 8. Fbench. W. A SMOOT A CO.. Coal, Salt and Piaster, ALEXANDBIA, VA. Office?Smoot's Wharf. ?p4 Spocial attention paid to forwarding. CHARLES 54.1 NU A SON, ~ WHOLESALE GROCERS, NOBTH LEE 8TBEET, (Opposite Hill's Crackor Factory) ^Efr-SOLE AGENTS FOB SATISFACTION TO? BACCOand HAZARD POWDEB._oct2r3 A. JOHNSON & CO., W. WHOLESALE GROCERS. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Dealors in ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS, Have on hand GIBSON'S XX, XXX, XXXX, and PUBE OLD RYE, OLD CABINET and MONOGBAM WHISKIES; also BAEEB'S and THOMPSON'S PUBE BYE WHISKIES, to which they invite tho attention of the trade. Orders from the country for merchandise shall receive prompt attention. Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country Pro? duce solicited, for which they guarantee the high wt market prices and prompt returns. Northeast corner of Cameron and Boyal streots gopl4 Alexandria, Va. J^LOUB! * LOUB! We offer the following fancy and choice brands si Flour at low figures: Hungarian Fancy Patent. Lilly " Crystal " New South " rriumph " Herwood Choice Family. Tenney's Best " Cook's " White as Snow " Blue Bidge " Jan24_GEO. McBUBNEY & 8QN. FRUIT P?DDINE?A delicious dessert that can be prepared in five minutes at a trifling cost, j Asiorted flavors. Price lOo a package. For sale [mh20] GEO. MCBURNEY & SON. 1 PUBLISHED DAILY AND TBI-WEEKLY BY Gazette BuildiBg, 310 and 812 Prince st. Dally one year.$6;00 " Six montha ?_.3 00 " One month ?. 60 Trl-Weekly one year. 4 00 " Six months. 2 00 Tlirec msnths.-.1 00 Contract advertisers will not be allowed to exceed their space unless the excess is paid for at transient rates, and under no circumstances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the j space contracted for. All transient advertisements must be paid for In ad? vance. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in ad? vance IJesoIutions in memariam, of thanks, tributes of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless ( public concern, will only be printed In this paper i advertisement*. Persons leaving the'ehy ran have the Gazette mailed to them, postpaid, for tifty cents a month, and the address changed as often as desired. The Uazetti: office Is connected with the Telephone | Exchange. Advertisements, orders for the paper, news, or any inforaialion or business can be scut by telephone. All coinmunicatloniihould be addressed lo 'Gazette,' Alexandria, Va. [Entered at the Postoflice, Alexandria, Virginia, second-class inatter.J The Constancy of the Confederate Soldier. Lord Woleeley ha- written eome interest i- g arides on tbt- devotion of the ?ouibern Boldiers to their grt at cimmander, Lee, an has mentiomd instances if couspicuouB courage in refeirina io tbtm. But perhaps the uioBt remarkaole example of their devo? tion wan lo be found in the perfect content with which they b?te h?riger, almost to etarvation, and hardship-? that could not be heavier, while tbey knew tbat their leader was sharing their suffering. Towards the close of the war it w?b the custom of the ! Federal soldiers, when they captured a Con federate, to examine hie haversack. In this way, better tban ouy other, they were able to form conclusions respecting (be condition of the Confederate coromisFury department. Man muBt live, at d us the soldiercarries his rations, if he has any, tbe contents of his navtrsai k niil be likely to tell a tale that bis tongue would not. The "aid and com fort" thus derived from the tell tale ration bag may be 1 lustrnted from the experience ot a Virginia soldier who Wbs captured at | Five Foikn, about a month before Lee's sur? render. He was "cut ofJ" wbile foraging, and on beiDg taken into ihe federal camp, bta captors, according to custom, explored his haversack. "And such a yell as they wave '." Faid the old eoldier In Baltimore the j other day?be lives in Baltimore?"yon | would have thought I was receiving an ova? tion. I had in my haversack an ear of corn and two old cabbage stalks tbat I bad j pulled up In a garden?tbe last year's growth. It was all I bad, and I bad been nihbliog on them since tbe day before. 'Johnny,' said one of tbe Yankees, 'If I'd 'a | been you I'd a deserted two years ago.' But I ain't tbat kind of a Johnny,1 said I. Life isn't worth much anyhow, bat to live and be a deserter too would make it not worth living at al!.' I war kept a prisoner for a mcnth efter Lee's surrender. I got pretty sick of the kind of government tbey gave us in Virginia for several years after the war, and I came here to get under a' decent one. I've been here nearly twenty years, and I have been working bard for a j living, but I would rather go back to my ear of corn and cabbage stalk than go back to the black-and tan days of 1870 in old Virginia." Paid Wkll fobaPbince.?Prince Fran? cis Hatzfeldt came rather high before the wedding with Clara HuutiogtoD. 0. P. Huntington deposltad with his proep olive I son in-law'e trustees $1.750 000 in bonds of | the United States and other gilt-edged se runt ie?t which he guaranteed to be first class. According to the article i t agreement enter? ed into between Huntington and Ha zfeldt, the income from this -ottrce is to be divided between the Prince and his wife, each to I receive bis and her share independently of 'he other, and tbe income is to be , aid to [ each just tbe saroo in case of divorce or rep? aration. Huntington also agreed to pay Bt tbe London and Westminister Bank on the day before tbe wedding ?20 000 to persons drsigoated by the Prince, and ?30,000 more within six weeks, also to persons deBigoated by tbe Prince, who are, of course, bis cred tors. The Prince, on his part, agrees to make over to his trustees all of bis property and estates tbat are not entailed, and in case of tbe death of either tbe busband or wife the income from the $1,750,000 is to go lo the children, if any, who may be the issue of tbe match. As the Prince did not have < any unentailed property, the total cost of I Uisf HuntiDgton's titled husband comes to $2 000,000. MEDICINAL. A Doctor Bill saved by always keeping Simmons Liver Regulator in the house. If you have eaten any? thing hard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleepless at night; if you lead a sedentary life or are weakened by the strain of your duties; if you need a cathartic to relax the bowels; if you re? quire action on the Liver to relieve Indigestion; if you require something to purify the blood ana Wgulate the system; if you are traveling in un? healthy localities, or food or water does not agree with you, a dose of Simmons Liver Regu? lator will remove all trouble. Ex-Governor of Ga., and TJ.S. Senator Joseph E. Brown says: "You are at liberty to use my name in praise of Simmons Liver Keguiutor, and recommend it to everyone as the best preventive of Fever and Acue. It super cedes Quinine If taken In time." L'-ftNCY JAMAICA ORANGES and MESSINA JL LEMONS and MALAGA GRAPES just re? ceived at nov4 McBurneys st?be. MEDICINAL. 5o?? Genuine without (hl> Tmilt-oirk. EXTERNAL MM MOBTUrx?.] REMEDY J^o/* Man and Beast, Stonebraker'S Liniment CtTEES Lumbago. Neuralgia. Pains in the Side and Limbs, Scajds. Burns. Old Sores. Bruises. Chilblains. Frost Bites, Ringworms. Tetter. Sprains. Swelled Joints. Sore Throat. Mumps, Poison. Spinal Disease, Gout. Pleurisy. Pains in Chest and Shoulder. It will do a weals back more pood in one nicht than ?II the oils mid phi ten In the world. It Maud's without % rival for Itln-iiinali-in. Hwclliiu- in Hone*, titrate lies, Old Sore*, Km i.-, Winugalls, und all Diseases which require an external remedy tuna nit: i After hn vi poultry I jirnru 1 StonOl and ?1.00 per bottle. ii.l.vr I'Oll.TKV UlULEK IS TUB WORLD, tried every brand or Chicken Powder, . on the market, with poor success, I i, which I have been using and iellinc Ihuimel ?:?> vnrs. Every imcknce guaranteed to be tin- i-t i.i ' ;.:"u:ili<>ii In use f..r Chickens. Duck? Turkev-,1.. ? Canary l?rds. und the whole leathered tribe.tor ; i '? d iction of ?"KB?. Sure cure ami pre rentivc of >?>:'?, ? Indi ra. Tip. Swelled Head, Capes ?ndalldi* ncidemal lo the bird family. Stose nuxBR'a i an si v I'owobr i< a ipeciOc for young fowls; makes Hi ? ! nratllir-andstrong: IncreaMineap, keeps them fn ??? iHncan*, und should be frequently Vse.] in tli - i v va' l the vcar round. VnursM' I. K. WORMLEY. Men.lotn. 111. jrjr isk coin ? haul for SwwEmuwurtioih-kex Pownt:: |.i mi i liier, nr tend us SScenU in *tamp>:.'ii i we*.* : forward one r?ckace by mail "Mils truly wonderful iml original preparation, boldovery Where. Price iScento; JIM per ?!"/. The Stonebrakeh Chemical Co., lole Proprietors of the Genuine Stonebraker'S Prep*? rations, rt:iiiiiuorc, 5Id. tRKltewure uj /rautU und imitation!. FOR SALE. SALE. VALUABLE FARM AND TIMBEB AT A SACRIFICE. Must be eold within the noxt twenty days to sottlo np an estate. 1,486 acres in Westmoreland county, Vb., on tho rldgo midway between tke Potomac and Bappabannock rivers, tho peninsula at that point boing about 8 miles wide; 500 acre* in first-class timbor?pjnn. oak, p plar and cbost nut; 70') acres in timber not fiist-clats, but most of which is valuable for piles, ties anil rord wood, of easy access to both rivers, down grade ; fine water power on the propcity; 286 acres cleared and in a high state of cultivation ; a splo; did pear orchard of 5,000 troes, most of which aro just coming into bearing, in a growing, thriity condi? tion, and are of tho best varieties Duchcs-, Bart lett, Seckel and others; other fruits in abundance; toil easily tilled and productive; good nine-room DWELLING and outhouses, ample barns; all in good order. Tho neighborhood is unesceptionally healthy and vety desirable, with churches, stores and mills witbin four miles. Tho pricobas been reduced to $10,000. This property will bear tho closest inspection, and is positively a groat bargain for one desiring such a place. For further informatio i apply to H. L. BUST, Commissioner, G2414th at, n, w., Washington, D C. nov2 eolOt BOOTS AND SIIOES. _ OUR LOSS TOUR GAIN. The bargains on our "cheap counter" are unprecedented Every pair of shoes thereon sold for less than cost to make room for incom? ing goods. To give the public time and attention to examine these goods, we will appoint Friday, Sat? urday and Monday of each week (until further notice) as special days for the "cheap counter." Come and look ; it" will cost you nothing to examine. Our regular stock is something to feast your eyes on. F. PAFF & SON, oct24 th&aatlm_423 KING STREET. We Will Make Rome Howl! Men's Heavy Kip Boots at $1.89 at Kaufman's. Men's Pegged Calf Boots at $1.59 at Kaufman's. Men's Heavy Kip Shots at $1.19 at Kaufman's. Men's Congress Gaitors, good quality, at $1.33 at Kaufman's. Men's Stitch Dorras, good in every way, at 93c at Kaufman's. Boys' Kip Boots, tho best in the market, at 69c at Kaufman's; Boys'School Shoos, soiled, at 73c at Kaufman's; Ladies' Sowed and Pegged Shoes at 79c at Kaufman's; Ladios' Double-tipped Button 8hoes at $1.19 at Kaufman's; Glove, Canvas and Lace Shoes for old ladies at $1.23 at Kaufman's ; Men's Split Boots, long legs, at $134 at Kauf? man's ; Misses' Grain Tipped Button Shoes at 92c at Kaufman's; Children's Grain Heeled and Spring Heeled Shoes at 50 and 69c at Kaufman's; Jaffa Shoos at 25c at Kaufman's; Children's Bed top Boots at 73c at Kaufman's. All fresh goods, just bought from a Philadelphia houso retiring from business. Wo bought tho entiro stock, val? ued at $14,000, at our own figures, and wi'l run them off as quickly as possible. KAUFMAN, octlS 3m COR. KING AND ROYAL STS BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ?AT? French's, 417 & 419 King St. Another lot of tho EDISON MIMEOGKAPH, the great labor-saving device. It-will save hun? dreds of dollars annually in printers' bills. 3,000 duplicates from one writing. Absolutely no prac? tice required to produce the best results. Every business man should have one. Call and examine. Manilla Papers, all sizes and weights; Paper Bags; Printing Paper; Wood Toothpicks by tho case. Everything In fine Stationery. American ar>d Foreign. Blank Books, tho best assortment in the State and cheapest. Commercial Stat'onery, Bill and Letter Heads, Statements, Letter and Cap Paper, Letter and In? voice Books and Files, Lead Pencils of <jvery class, a hundred styles. Checks, Notes and Draft?, and everything else. oct!7 G. E. FRENCH. The "Rochester" Lamp At guaranteed factory prices and in a variety of sty lea. For recommendation we refer yon to the prominent merchants in this city who are using the Rochester in the place of gas. Don't be per? suaded to buy a cheaper lamp said to be "just as good;" but take this thoroughly tested ono which guarantees perfect satisfaction. 300,000 sold in 1887. Sole agents for Alexandria. declS_E. J. MILLER & SON. Cooking Coal. To arrive and on wharf a superior lot of STo VE and NUT COALS for cooking purposes for sale by W. A. SMOOT & CO., Foot of Princess street. Telephone call No. 57. je6 CLOTHING. Mit! Glothio Cold weather n hero and r<> is my entire stock of Men's, Tooth's and Children's Suits & Overcoats Complete in every <kt:::l from the Cheap Working Suit at $3.75 To the Fine. H tndsbmo and Well finished DRESS SUIT AT $25.0 OVERCOATS Of ev. ry stylo of goods and workmanship at pri'is to astonish t!.c ou st economical pnTcbaser. A Full Line of Cnstom-mafle Pauls, Of nil the 1 i'c?t dosi of p?t*ern and cut. A largo ai.d well iloeted stock of GENTS' FUBNISHINGS. HATS, TRUNKS AND VALISES. AT THE CLOTH I E ' Henry Strauss, SO. -M KING STREET. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. P?BIJC SCHOOL BOOKS NEW A!-:!; SECOND HAND. AMD SCHOOL SUPPLIES My siock is iar^cr and more comp oto than over and will he s?> d ai cheap a? the choapcit. THE LITTi.lv HTO E ia sz fall us it will hold of School Bugs. Lock 'ind Tube Compaoious, Slates and ovcrvthing el^e that ?? school child wants. CHfSAPEB i 11 \N EVER BEFORE Fino Bos Pape.' and Tablet! a specialty. SOUfHEBN METFODIST HYMN BOOKS and HEBREW NEW YE '?? - iBI)S aug31 S. F. DTS i es to Opera House, _OYSTERS. GEORGE IS. KI( HAKI) A CO. Have removed their OYSTER HOUSE TO NORTH FAIRFAX STREET, Opposite Adams Ezpross of?ce, And aro now prepared to i'urnish their customers j with the finost Ovstcrs the mark't isflbn Sole agouts for" E. BRAD HAWS NORFOLK OYSTEBS. Orders from the country solicited and satisfac? tion guaranteed Frosh Ovsters rdecived every day. scp!4 2m BUTCHERS. IIELLJUTH BROTHERS, DSA&BBS IN GhoiceFrssli iSalt Meats, Provisions, &c, N. W t (?E. KING AND CO'-l'MRUS STS., AND STALL NO. 20 MARKET BUILDING. Wo arc also handling tho celebrated SHAFEB SAUSAGE, Puddings, Pork. Choeso nnd Bacon, which wo guarantee are tho b.ist that aro made. Give us a call. We strive 11; lease. oct!2 lm D AMt'HINSKY'S HAIE DYE. It contains neither silver nor icad. It is made in Blonde, Brown and Black, und .'rom which any desired shade can b ? ob'aincd. One application from one liollle will dye the hnir in a few minutes by morely combing tho hair through with it. Price 75c. For ba'o by WARFIELD A HALL, oetlR Corner Prince and Fairfax streets. j^Q CENTS will buy a oae-pint bottle of HOUSE- | HOLD AMMONIA, prepared especially fcr ftuiily ] uso by EBNE8T L. f LLEN, auglO Corner c ing ::nd Pitt streets. s. s. TOOTH PC) DER. Whitens tho Tcoth, Hardens the Gums, Swootcns tho Breath, Removi 4 T&rccr, Preserves tho Emanol, Neutralires Acidity Price 25 cents. WABF1ELD & HALL, Corner Prince and Fairfax streets By mail on receipt of :?"<??? ?ov3 PEBFECTION WOOD STAINS, imitating Oak, Antique Oak, Cherry, Wa nut, Mahogany Rosewood and Ebony, prepared in dry powders, only requiring to bo reduced with water to be ready for use For staining floors and all kinds of woodwork they arc the moat economical, cheap eat and handsomest stains ever produced Ten cents a p tckage. For salo by 0Ct22_W. F. CKEIGH ON A CO. QHAMBER SE i S! CHAMBER SETS! Wo havo just received a > ow line of Chamber Sets of now shapes and decorations a- from $3 per setup. Our ?3 sets are very distrablc and art selling rapidly. Cali and examiuo before they aro picked over. mhll _E J. MILLER A SON. gQ CHAMBER SETS. gQ Wchave rcctiv d City DECORATED CHAM? BER 8ETS, of new shape and decorations, which we aro offering at prices within tho reach of all. They aro selling fa3t, and if you aro in need of something cheap and pretty cali at once nt sepll E. J. MILLER & SON'S. NLY 10c A PA K ". G i?PERFECTION WOOD STAINS, imitating Oak, Antique Oak. Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany, Rosewood and Ebony. Prepared in dry powders. Only requiring to be reduced with water to be ready for t: so. For tale by oct28_J. D. H. L?NT. DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINES, at this time the leading machine. Prices the samo at usual. Old machines oJ any kind taken in pars payment. Please call and ezamino. mh8_E. S LEADBEATER A BBO. The Great Indian Oil & Sagwa For sale by nov22_J. D. H. LUNT. J^TEW BEVERAGES. PEAR PHOSPHATE AND CURRANT SYRUP, Cold and excellent. jel_BROADU3 & SMITE. GCASSARD A SON'S MILD-CURED HAMS . and BONELE8S BBEAKFAST BACON for sale by ap4_GEO. McBUSNEY A SON. NEW PINEAPPLE CHEESE, medium and small size, NORTON'S BRAND, just received at [nov4] McBUENEY'S. mi GOODS. BARGAINS An elegant 4 i TRICOT. ALI. WOO! . ? iuced to 25c per yard. Excellent WOOLEN DEE S QOOOf, i:i i> aids and stripes, at 25c poi yard. Wo have a bsautiful BLACK FAILLE SILK at $1 per yard, fally worth $1.60. Also BLACK GROS GRAIN SILK ? i $1 per yaid-a real bargain. A beautiful tssortmcnt of KID GLOVE3, black a :d colors, fr~ra 75c to $1.25 por pair. A fnl: line of WINCHESTER GLOVE*, for out d jor workers, from 50c to $2.50 ror pair. UNDERWEAR. Onr ftock of Lalies', Gents'and Misses' Underwear is the most complete wo havo ever offered, at prices exceedingly cheap LADIES' and G CNTV HOSE in K^at variety. .JSS-OALL AND INSFECT OUR STOCK."?^ PRETZFELDER & CO., ?\?. 530 KIX<i STREET, ALEXANDRIA. VA. TWO MORE OASES REMNANTS Of HENRIETTA CLOTH Yard Wide, in Colors and Black, at 12 1 -2c, Just opened to-day. D. Bendheim, 316King street. fjCjS^N. B.?Also a small lot of finer goods in remnants, such as Silk Mohair Lustres and fine 48-inch Henriettas, which will be sold re? markably cheap. Call early and receive the choice. D. B. I MADE only By N ?E WORLD CeO.A.MaCB?TH&Co. PittsburghPa. AUCTION SALES. TRUSTEED SALE OF VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE. By virtue o'a deed of trust, dated March 10th, 1898, from James B. Wright and wife, Stephen P. Woollsand wife and James McCuen to mo, re? corded in the land records of Alexandria city, in libsr No. 19, pago 513, and at the request of the persons theroby secured. I shall, on WEDNES? DAY, tho 4th day of December, 1S39, otler for sale at public auction, in front of the Koyal ftroet cntranco to the Market House, at 12 o'clvck neon, tho following property; to wit: rOUE ADJOINING LOTS OF GROUND, with tho IMPROVEMENTS thereon an 1 uppurtonancsi thereto belonging, lying on the s< nth side o- Gib boo streot, between Pitt ai.d >t A aph streets, iu said city ; viz : 1st. A EOT OF GROUND, b'gianingon Gibbon streot ono hundred and sixty ci^lit feet s:x inches east of St. Asaph streot, mid tunning thence southwardly parallo! to St. Aeiiph "Tcct seventy six feet to a tonfeet alky : thence oastwardly iu a line pirallcl to Gibbon s'.rcf ou ti.cn feet six inches; thouco northwardly in a line parallel to St. Asaph street to Gibbon s! rrcc; thence fourteen feet six inches on Gibbon treet to the beginning. 2d. A LOT OF GROUND bvgin: i g on the south sido of Gi'.bon street one bund rod and oighty-threo feot east from ft tmph attest; thence south parallol to St. ?' aph street seventy Biz fco: to a tcn-fcet allsy ; Ihoncc east parallol to Gibbon street fotirtceu feet sx incbot; thence north parallol to St. Asaph street seventy-six foot to ::ibbon street, and thenco west along Gibbon street to the beginning 3d. A LOT OF GROUND beginning on tho south sido of Gibbon street ono huii'tr d :ind nine ty-soven feet six inches cast fru i rt . Asaph street: thenco south paraliol to St .'.-nh street soventy-s.x feet to a ten-feet alloy; sccoeut parallel to Gibbon street fourteen fect tin ir hos ; thenco north parallel to St Asaph streeti ity j six feet to Gibbon street, and thenco west along Gibbon street to tho beginning. 4th. A LOT OF GROUND beginning on the south sido of Gibbon street two hundred and twolvo feet oast of St. Asaph stroet; thoncc south parallel to St Asaph stroet seventy-six fect to a ten-foct alley; thenco east parallel to Gibbon stroet fourteen feet six inches ; thenco north par? allel to St. Asaph street soventy six fect to Gibbon strcc1. and thenco west along Gibbon strret four? teen fe.-t Bix inches to tho beginning. Terms of Salo : Cash a3 to so much of tho pur? chase money as may bo necessary to defray the expeuses of executing this trust, and to pay the note secured by tho deed of trust aforesaid ; viz : $553.32, with interest thereon from March 10, 1888, until paid, at six per cent, per annum. Con vevancing at the cost of tho purchaser. nov4 ta GEO. A. M?3HBACH. Trustee. FOR SALE AND RENT. fjX>R RENT?The FRAME HOUSES Noe. 413 . and 415 south lee street. Tho houses aro in perfect order, and t> good tenants the rent will be low. Apply at novl tf_501 PRINCE STREET. OR RENT-ONE F?ENISUED ROOM in a pleasant location, suitablo for two gentle? men^ A^rply at 22G south Washington street. F E oct3Q: ?0R SALE. TWO NEW and CONVENIENT BRICK HOUSES, Nos. 413 and 415 north St. Asaph street, containing six rooms and a bath room eacb, with good yards. Apply to JOHNS BEACH, sepl9 tf_ 423 north St. Asaph street. FOR RENT?Tho THREE STORY BBICK WAREHOUSE No. 113 King street, recently occupied by CS. Taylor, jr. Po.scsaion given immediately. Apply to ang!9 _C. C. SMOOT & SONS. FOR RENT?The THREE STORY BBICK DWELLING No. 114 south Fairfax stroet, recently occupied by tho Misses Greene. Apply to je28 tf_GEO. UHLER. FOR RENT?Tho DWELLING HOUSE and OFFICE No. 117 south Royal street, cither together or separately. Apply at 418 King stroot or to Mrs. E. D. BARTON._?p29 tf pOR RENT. THIRTY ACRES OF LAND, lying immediately in front of tho Theological Seminary, adjoining tho farm of Wm. Cleavejand. Apply at th^s office. seplo tf J3MXD~HEAD8, NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! If your hair is getting thin and you want to thicken it up, Morgan'sVegetableHairTonic For sale by J. D. H. L?NT, Alexandria, V*., will do it. Price fl per bottlo. All wo ask iB a trial. fet>26 4 AUCTION SALES. SERGEANT'S SALE OF A VALUABLE HORSE. By virtrjo of an order of the Corporation Court of ilie city of Aloraudria, Va., in tho c*so of Pat? terson Bros. vs. W. 0. Chaso, I will soil at public auction, on SATURDAY, November 9th, 1889, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of the Royal streot en? trance of tho Market Building, Alexandria, Va., tho following property ; to wit: One BAY HORSE, about sixteen hands high, weighs about twelve hundred pounds, sound in evory respect, can trot in about 3:10, and is about four years old. Can be soen at Patterson Bro.'s livery stable, Washing? ton streot. Terms of Sale: Cash. W. H. SMITH, cct31 ts 8orgt. of tho city of Alexandria. By R. T. Lucas, Auctioneer. 1TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ES? TATE. By virtuo of a deed of trust from William N. McVeigh and wifo, dated February 7th, 1881, ro corded in tho Clerk's office of tho Corporation Court of tho city of Aloiandria, Virginia, in dood hoak No. 17, page 107, and by direction of tho o?rty secured thereby, tho undorekned will offer for silo at public auction, in front of thoprcmi-.es, in tho raid city of Alexandria, at 12 o'clock in on TUESDAY, tho 20th day of November, 1SS9. tho following described valuable real es? tate: ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND with the build? ings thorcon situated on tho west sido of St. A;a;>!i streot. batween Prince and Duko f-trcets, In the siid city of Alexandria. Virginia, and bounded a.s follows: Beginning on tho west aide of St. Asaph street ono hundred and sixteen feet four inches to tho south of Prince street; then south on St. Aeapu street thirty-two foot; then west parallel to Prince street one hundred and twonty-threo foot fivo inches ; then north parallel to St. ?saph street thirty-two feet; thonco east to tho beginning, being the sarno lot of ground whicb was conveyed to tho said William N. McVeigh by John W. Stewart and wifo by deed dated on tho 10th day of Fobruary, 1851, and of record in liber M. No 3, page 298, ono of tho land records of Alexandria County Court. Terms of Sale?Cash as to the sum of $4,000. and an additional sum sufficient to pay tho costs of sale. Tho residue of the purchaso money to bo on a credit of ono and two years in equal instal? ments, ovidenced by tho bonds of tho purchaser, carrying interest from tho day of sale, and secured by a deed of trint upon the property. Con voyane ing at tho co6t of the purchaser. FRANCIS L. SMITH, 0Ct25 dts Trustee. POCKET LAMP?A perfect, instantaneous solf-lighting lamp, of convenient sizo for ves pocket and for homo use; superior to matches embracing match rcccptaclo and caadlo in one absolute safety. Price, with 225 lights, 50c Additional lights furnished at 10c per 1000. Sent by mail, postage free. For sale by ap!5 E. S. LEADBEATEB & BRO. IjiBTJIT FLAVORS of Banana, Peach and Pino apple, for Ices, Creams and Desserts, for ealo by ERNEST L. ALLEN, myl5_Corner King and Pitt streets. BEANS?RED VALENTINE, a round-pod bean CUCUMRER and TURNIP SEED just re? ceived from Landreth ?i Sons. jy31 E. S. LEADBEATEB & BRO._ LEMON ELIX, a substitute for all cathartic and liver pills; a pleasant lemon drink; 50c a bottle- For sale by EBNEST L. ALLEN, i?10 Corner King and Pitt streets. LARGE BOTTLE OF HOWELL'S CELE BBATED HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA, only 10c, at _oct29__ .1. D. H. LUNrS._ WINDSOR & NEWTON'S TUBE COLOB8, Oils, Gold Paints, Canvass and everything pertaining to artists' work for sale by oct28_J. D. H. LUNT. VIBGLNXA 'J ABLE CLARETS, Only $3 per dozon for quarts, lust received. ' rnyl4_GEO. McBUBNEY & SON. I71ABMEBS, LOOK TO YOUB INTEBEST?The ; EUREKA HOG CHOLERA CURE, eo success? fully used in Ohio, is for sale by J. D. H. LUNT at 50c per package._sepll EADBEATEB'S POBOUS PLASTERS, equal to any plasters made, and at much lower prices. 8old by feb20_E. 3. LEADBEATEB & BBO. SUPEBIOB QUALITY FIVE-BUTTON KID GLOVES for 75c at ana _AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB'S. LADIES' FINE KNIT VESTS at 25c just re? ceived by octl2_AMOS B. BLAYMAKEB. BASS'S ALE, GUINNESS'S STOUT and BEL? FAST GINGEB ALE for sale by jy19 GEO. McBUBNEY & SON.