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vol. XC ALEXANDRIA, VA. SATURDAY EVESiNG. NOVEMBER 23 1889. _NO. 289,
Dr. BULL'S facilitates Teething ami
ilatesthe Bowels. At
Irugjrlsts. Price 25 cts.
Cures Coughs, Colds.
pient Con-liUubl! sumption,
and relieves Consump?
tive Persons. 25 cents.
8MnrFLA,tee'S CUBES CIGAR! v / r ,
9/munC tarth prheWCts. At all druggists.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
PURCHASERS FOE. GOOD, CHEAP
IN PIEDMONT SECTION. VIRGINIA.
Ownors wishing tu sell their lauds should scud
ns description promptly to meet the coming boom
in Virginia real estate.
BETH UNE ? JEFFRIES,
Piedmont and Potomac Land Agency,
ang-H '.Ita Warrenton, Virginia
fVASHIXCITOX DAX FX HO WKK~
(Successor tn Dancnhower & Sou,
Real Estate and Insurance Broker
NO. 1115 F STREET N. W?
Washington, D. C.
Eoal Estato Bought, Sold and Exchanged.
Money Invested, Bents Collected and the C'aro
of Property of Residents and Non-Bcsidents.
Building Houses for Investment a Fpccialtu.
Agent American T'ire Insurance Compar j of Balti?
more, Mi. /e24 ly
BUILDING MATERIAL, Ac.
Jas. Rector Smoot & Perry,
Si earn Flooring&Planiug Mill
: ? r and WINDOW FBaMFS. MOLDINGS, v<
Doalors in i
I UMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME,
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT.
NO. 25 NOBTH UNION ST..
SEBrLQinbor oalivorod in the clt5- free.
J0S1AH RD. SMOOT,
Limite, Shingles, Laths.
NAILS, LI M E, 0 EMENT. CALCINED PLASTER
Ac. 6cc. &c.
r1/CORING, DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, FRAME?
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BRACKETS
AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD
Ottieo and yard No. 21 north Union Bt. Factory
Kos. 13 and 15 north Leo St., Alexandria, Va.
,2aB~No charge for delivery in city. jan2S
Vo. 117 King street, Alexandria. Va.
And Extonsivo Dealer in
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND
1ARDEN, FIELD AND GRASS SEEDS,
Spoe.ial Agont for
IICK'S FAMOUS ENSILAGE, HAY,
STRAW, AND FODDER CUTTER
tOLAND CHILLED PLOWS, GRAIN
AND FERTILIZING DRILLS,
FARM WAGONS, &c.
COM>i ?? lOR ME LiO HANTS.
W. A. bMOin Q. ?. F?Kitc'H
W . A XJIOOT & CO.,
Coal, Salt and Plaster,
ap4 Special attention paid to forwarding. _
( HARLES KIXU <fc SON,
NORTH LEE 8TREET,
Opposite Hill's Cracker Factory)
jjStrSOLE AGENTS FOE SATISFACTION TO?
BACCO and HAZABD POWDER._oct26
^7 A. JOHNSON & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Doalors in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS,
Have on hand GIBSON'S XX. XXX, XXXX,
and PUBE OLD BYE, OLD CABINET and
MONOGRAM WHISKIES; also BAKEB'S ana
THOMPSON'8 PUBE BYE WHISKIES, to which
they invite tho attention of the trade.
Orders from the country for merchandise shall
receive prompt attontion.
Consignments of Flour, Grain and Country Pro?
duce solicited, for which they guarantee the high?
est market prices and prompt returns.
Northeast corner of Cameron and Royal streets
?epl4 Alexandria, Va.
We offer tho following fancy and choice brands
?1 Fiour at low figures:
Hungarian Fancy Patent.
New South "
Horwood Choice Family.
Tennev's Best "
White as Snow "
Blue Ridgo "
Jgg4 GEO. McBUBNEY & SON.
FBk^IT PDDDINE-A delicious dessert that can
J- be prepared in five minutes at a trifling cost.
Assorted flavors. Price lOo a package. For sale
t>* eimbao] geo. McBurney & son.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY BY
Gazette Buildis*, 310 and 312 Priuce st.
Daily one year.-.SC oo
Six month*_. 3 00
One ruonth. 50
Trl-Weekly one >????.4 no
" Six month*. 2 iki
" Three months. 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 tie allowed to
advertise other than their legitimate business in the
space contracted for.
All transient advertisements must l<e paid for in ad?
Marriage und death notice- most be paid lur in ad?
i;<_-.i!iiti<>n- in naenajdini.Df thu: attributes of respect,
resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unl???!
public concern, will only be printed in this paper as
The Gazette ouicein connected with the Telephone
Exchange. Advertisements, order- fur the paper,
news, or any inioraaation or business can be sent by
[Entered at tue Postofllcc, Alexandria, Virginia, as
fcecond-chevi mutter. J
The Fife Marriage.
Thi- i-i ?. hat the;. t> II in L Dili sj of bow
the Fif.' m jrrii^e cam* r?you< It Buema
that ihe Eii-;?us he was then ? was always
a very good h artt-i, amiab o fellow, utl
u<ed to rav ? a g< o ! dt-tsi of h> il>;> ilhy for ; he
ugl* little P.ioots?, x'ao v.a ?. -..i i it disap?
pointment to her psreuis H ? was a you >;
fe?ow cf 25 wbeu she was :?- little kid, and
he took a great dful oi notice i f her, b? ge<
hor oil whi-fi she g>i- into e-ra,-?*. aiid fr< -
queirly had surreptitious bonbons iii bis
pocket for her. though t. r moth r hu rig?
idly forbidden him. T;:e little PriiiCese
adored bim in the innocent way that
girls bestow their affections on good lo ik
ing young men who no ice thvin occasion
ally, and u-ed to prick ail ih:.- endt cf her
rojal finger* making pin cusbii na and pen?
wipers for b's birthday. When - i grew
ap a tall, plain girl oi Bixtean she ad red
bun still, bur in a different fa-hioti ?ow, stud,
conscious cf ibis reeling, ^'?e gr. w iIi :
rately chy with him. and be, t?-i:.ki:-g be
was growing proud aU't Bpoilod, i. .. r
alone. Evory year Bit 11 sb? ?>>wed bard,
embroidering hi:u elaborate gifts with ris
coat-of i-rm- and monogram :i ! ovfci them,
and toeu when hi? birthday catm lacked
the courage to give them to bim and be d
thetn away in bt-> drawer. O.' day
sumo one discovered thuse f>U' b rtl:
day gifia unl to:.i Fife ab u: i:.
He- wati inexpressibly louche -1 r>.?. d me de
i.o objection s\ hen the amiable busybody,
who bad informed him, pro,'):?.:! U iog the
Prince the who;e tlory. He intimated very
plainly that he would deeply eppreciato the
boner of the Princess's band, and in a day
or two the whole ma:ler was arranged.
The Earl's conduct has been charming
throughout. During the engagement ce
stood manfully by Lou'se, cud took pain- to
see ibat for the tirrt time in her life ehe
ebould be indulged in the matter o; oboos
ing ber own clothes and dressing to ?uit
herself, snd under the ir.fluer.ee of bapj
and becoming toilets .-he developed consid
erablo good looks and a confideoc :n i
amiable charm of maoner of which no one
had bolieved her capab e At ibe same lime
ho has no notion of being made a secondary
consideration in his owu household like
Lord Lome. Every on? has b^on fully
madi- to understand that he is nor the bus
hand of the Piinf.ebut that the Prec?
is the wife of Macdtill. Ho rr-fu-ed to ac
cept any of the money Parliament gra i )
to the Piince of Wales' children. Sb< w re
no jewels when she married sav ! e b
gave her; he arranged ibat af er the wed?
ding Louise sbonld drive away with hi:n in
hia own coach with the Fife Uveitis and
arms, aud has taken he.- to Scotland
troduce hj-r to his pei-p^e- nud ten il ui I
mnko her in every sende a He >'''h pet ...
How to Cook Sausage -Sau agi i a pap
alar article of diet during the Tali and win
ter months, and is au enjoyable nrtie'e if
well cooked O.ieofihe disagreeable fea?
tures about it is the ordinary mode t.f cook?
ing, which is to fry tneui. The spattering
fat covers the range and the asci .;..c ?;
?moke tills tho bou.-e with a disagreeable
odor. This may be avoided by simply put?
ting the sauaage iu a baking pan and cook
lug them in the oven. In tb's way a!i dis?
agreeable emoke and odor are- avoided.
This is givtn on the authority of an experi
enced caterer, who says that a pound of sail
aage will co .k brown in ten minutes. He
also says that a good way to cook sausage is
to split them In two, length wi^e, placo them
between a double wire broiler and broil ou
the flat side firat, then turn aud broii on the
other; arrange Bauaage upon it and ferve.
Loved His Mother-in-law.?A novel
divorce case is now being tried in Buffalo,
N. Y. Mrs. Maggie Everett Is : he plaintiff]
John Everett the defendai.t and Mrs. Mary
Freiing, mother of Mrs. Everett, the co re?
spondent. The couple at war are respec?
tively 17 and 28 years of age, while the skit?
tish mother-in-law is 46 che loved Jobu
and he finally responded to her affection. He
was married but a year ego, and cn
the night the wedding feast was Bpread the
bride found her husband aud mother in each
other's arms. Finally they turned her out
of doors, and she went to live with her aunt.
The people concerned live a* No. 27 Stranes
street, are weli to do. and belong to the re?
Bucklen's Arnica S?Ive.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruise9
sores, Uicors, Salt Bheum, Fovcr Sores, "utter.
Chapped Hands. Chilblains, Corns am! all Skin
Eruptious, and positivelv euros Piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give rerfect satis?
faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents por
box. For sale bv E. S. Loadbeator & Bro.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, for
childron teething, is the prescription of one of the
best femalo nurses and physicians in the United
States, and haa been used for forty years with
never-failing success by millions of mothers for
! their children. During tho process of teething
! its valuo is incalculable It relieves tho child
i from pain, cares dysentery an;', diarrhoea, griping
] in tho bowels and wind-colic. By givina health
i to tho child it r*sts the mother. Pricr 125 cents a
DBUNKENNESS, or the liquor habit, positive?
ly cured by administering Dr. HAINES'S
GOLDEN SPECIFIC. It can be given iu s cup of
coffee or tea, or in articles of food, without the
knowledge of the patient; it is absolutely harm?
less and will effect a permanent aa-i speedy cure.
Book of particulars free.
E. S. LEADBEATEB & BEO., Agents,
C10SSART, GORDON & CO.'S OLD LONDON
J DOCK MADEIRA WINE at $i per gallon, a
great bargain, for sale by
augl3 GEO. MCBURNEY & SON.
None (.rnninr nltho'it thl.Treilr-marV.
For JLTan and Beast,
Lr.mbago. Neuralgia. Pains in the Side and Limb1;.
Scalds. Burns. Old Sores. Bruises. Chilblains, Fros.
Bites. Ringworms. Totter. Sprains. Swelled Joints,
Sore Throat. Mumps. Poison. Spinal Disease.
Gout. Pleurisy. Pains in Chest and Shoulder.
II will 'inn weak lack more Rood in one night than
ttlltl.11- and plasters In tin-world. It stnndswithout
:i riv:i! !"??: K!i<-imi:i1 . Ihn.' in Horses. Scratches,
??;.! Sores, Kieles, Windfalls, and all Discuses which
i. quire an external remedy.
I'rlei- et?.. 5Q et... tUti ?1.00 per bottle
Two hundred and thirty-six persons died recently
from the ? fli rts of poison taken in tee cream nod pas
trie- flavored with adulterated tlavorin? extracts.
I)n you leant to bf. pottonett t Then be rareftil whoso
Ihn orinc. ? KtracU you use To ?elecl proper material
rnnflnc flavors requires a thorough knowledge of ehern
i-trv, without which one assumes greal ri-k of doing
harm. Asli Tor Stoncliraker'a Concentrated
Flavoring. Extract*. They arc the world's stan
?lani and indorsed as the best in u-e by James L. Har?
bour, Washington^ ]>.?'.: Hotel Rennert, Raltimorc,
M l : Albcmarlc Hotel. Pittsburgh, fa.; Davis House,
Richmond, Va.: New York City; Philadelphia, Pa.:
Chicago, 111.; Boston, Mass.; Paris, France, and all
lirstn loss merchants, Ice cream and pastry manufac?
turers throughout the world. All flavors ft, in, is and
a cents a bottle; also sold in pints," quarts, gallons aad
The Stonebraker Chemical Co..
g li Proprietors. Italtimorc, 3Id.
Wire ii- t'"r special prices.
Indian ?;iu?*. It mends china, sla",
tu [brae, jewelry, leal hi r, and everything breakable.
? - ms. the world over.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
hand 5 0 books 12rao at 25c, ?od 1000
Children's Hooks from Jn to sj?l.
Resides a laigo line i:: sots at bottom prints.
HOLIDAY GOODS ARRIVING DAILY.
A pretty lino of goois aud as cheap as CM bo
found in Washington or any other p!ao-. Look
ut my lino aud if you da not soo what you waut
ask tor it as tin little store is so packe! that
irociW cannot 1 e shown to sdvantage.
nov20 S. F. DYSON
BOOTS AND SHOES.
OUR LOSS YOUR 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
Our regular stock is something
to feast your eyes on.
F. FAFF & SON,
oct24 th&satlm 423 KING STREET.
We Will Make Rome Howl!
Men's Heavy Kip Eoots at $1.89 at Kaufman's.
Mi Pegged Calf Boots at $1.59 at Kaufman's.
Moo's Heavy Kip Shiv s at $1,19 at Kaufman's.
M i (ongres? Gaits rs, Rood quality, at $1.33 at
Yt>Stitch Durr.?, good in every way, at 93c at
Boys' Kip Boots, tho bist in the market, at SOcat
Kaufman's ; Boys' School Shoo?, soiled, at 73c at
Kaufman's; Ladies' Sowed and Peggod Shoes at
7!';: at Kaufman's: Laddos' Double-tipped Button
Shoes at $1.19 at Ka-jfman's; (ilovo, Canvas and
Lace Shoes for old ladies at $1.23 at Kaufman's ;
Men's Split Boots, long log?, at $1 31 at Kauf?
man' ? ; 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 Shoes at 25c at Kaufman's ; Children's Red
top Boots at 73c at Kaufman's. All fresh goods,
j ;Ht nought from a Philadelphia house retiring
from business. We bought tbo entire stock, val?
ued at $14,000, at our own figures, and will run
them off as quickly as possible.
0c?.8 3m COR. KING AND ROYAL STS
NOS. 417-119 KING STREET.
As a gcntlo reminder that tho holiday season is
fast approaching, wo oder to-day 1,COD handsome
]v hound volumes of
BOOKS (12mos.) AT 25c EACH.
Publishers' price $1.
You take your choice at 25c per copy.
Wo have a good many surprises in the way of I
low prices running through the handsomest as?
sortment of HOLIDAY GOODS ever shown in tho
State, which will bo announced later on.
nov 10 GEO. E. FRENCH.
v SOMETHING NEW.
We wish to call spocial attention to our NEW
"VIRGINIA'' GLASSWARE, and wo cordially in?
vite you to examine tho same and got prices be
foro buying your table ware. We will guarantee
the price of erery piece as low, and in some cases low?
er, than this ware can be had in Washinyton. Store
open overy night until S:30.
E. J. MILLER & SON,
ap9_317 King street.
"1 CENTS will buy a one-pint bottle of HOUSE?
HOLD AMMONIA, prepared especially for family
ERNEST L. ALLEN,
anglO_Corner King and Pitt streets
PERFECTION WOOD STAINS, imitating Oak,
Antique Oak, Cherry, Walnut. Mahogany
Rosewood and Ebony, prepared in dry powders,
only requiring to be reduced with wator to be
ready for use. For staining floors and all kinds
of woodwork they are the most economical, cheap?
est and handsomest stains over produced^ Ten
cents a ptckago. For sale by
oct22 W. F. CREIGH ION & CO.
BISHOP'S BIRD LICE DESTROYER.
'? " SEED.
" " SAND.
A largo supply just received and for sale by
novl4 W. F. CREIGHTON & CO.
?j i- CENTS is the price of a bottle of LTJNTS
10 CHOLERA SPECIFIC, a sure and effectual
remedy for Dysentery and Pain in the Stomach
jylO J. D. H. LUNT.
IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY.
By virtue of a deod of trust from Henry A. Tur?
ner and wife, of record in the Clerk's office of the
Corporation Court in deed book No. 21, page 215,
*nd beicg thereto required by the party secured
thereby, the undersigned, trnsteo in said deed,
will oflVr Tor sale a: pubii-: auction, in front of the
I Court House, cn Fairfax street, iu tho city of
j Altxandria, Vs., at 12 o'clock m on SATURDAY,
tho 30;h day of November, 1889, tho following
property ; to wit:
ALL THAT TENEMENT and LOT OF LAND,
situate iu tho city and State aforesaid, bounded
and described as follows: Beginning on tho north
aide of Queen stro> t one hundred and sevan foet j
fivo inches esst ol" Alfred street, and running
thence north parallel to Alfred street ono hundred
feet to an alley thirteen fe-t seven inches wide,
leading into Alfr.sd -treet: thenci west on said
alley thirteen feet four indict; thence inastrir'ght
lino oue hundred foot to Queen street, and thence
eist on Queen s:reet thirteen feet four inches to
the becinuing, with tho right ot way over a strip
of Und, parco! <>f the adjoiuiug lot, on tho we6t,
and c instituting the west half of an alley two feet
w.do betwe: n the house O: the Und above de?
scribed and the home on the lot ad joining said
land on the west, said alloy extending from Queen
stieet north ? distance of thirty-five fact, and tho
strip of land, parcol of the above describe.! land,
forming tho >as". hulf of said two-feet alloy, boing
subject to a ri;;ht of way in tbe owners of said ad?
joining lot on the woat:al3o right of wiy over
said alley, 13 fee- 7 iiic'ne*, leading into Alfred
Terms of Sale: Cub Conveyancing Rt tho
cost of the purchaser.
novlS La THOM \S HOY, Trust re.
B} H. T Lucas. Auctioneer.
VALUABLE BBAL ESTATE.
Ry virtue o a deed of trust, dated March lOtbjjJ
18S8, from James B. Wright and wife, Stephen F,
Woolls and wife aud James McCuen to mo,-6
corded in tho land rrco:fls of Alexandria city, in
liber No. 19, page 513, and at the request or the
persons thereby sicarcl, I shall, on WEDNES?
DAY, tho 4th day of December, : S39, offer lor
sale at public auction, In fiout of the i-oyal street |
entrine? to tho Marker House, at 12 o'cl ck noon,
the f .llowiuir property ; to wit:
OUR A DJ INIMi LOT* OF GROUND, with
tho IMPROVEMENTS thereon and appurtenances
theroto be'o vinp. lying on the s.iuth side of Gib?
bon streot, between Pitt and St Asaph streets, in
s*id eity ; viz :
1st. A LOT Or GROUND, bfginuingon (libbon
street one hundred and sixty eight feet six inches
cast of St. Asaph street, and tunning the:
southwaidly paiallol to St Asaph sireet seventy
six feet to a ton foet alley j" thence oastwaiHly in
a lino parallel to Gibbon street fourteen feot six
inches; thence northwardly in a line parallel to
St. Asaph street to Gibbon Btrcot; ihence fniirtoen
feot six inchec on Gibbon .treet to tho beginning.
2d. A LOT OF GROUND beginning on the
south side of Gibbon street ono hundrod and
eighty-three feet east from t-t. Asaph street;
thence south parallel to St. Aiapb' street scvontj
six feet to a ten-feet allay ; thouce oust pirallo! to
Gibbon street fourteen feet s:x inches; thence
north parallel to St. Asaph streot seventy-six feet
to Gibbon street, and thence west along Gibbon
stroot to the beginning
3d. A LOT OF GROUND beginning on the
south sido of Gibbon street one hundred and nine
ty-sovon feot six iuches tast from St. Asaph
street; thonco south paraPol to St. Asaph stroot
sovonty-six feet to a ten-feet a!lr>y ; thonco oast
parallol to Gibbon stroot lourtcen feot -ix inches ;
thence north parallel to ft A-aph strset seventy
six feet to Gibbon street, and thence west alcng
Gibbon street to tho beginning.
4th. A LOT OF GROUND beginning on the
south sido of Gibbon street two hundred and
twelve feet oast of St. Astph streot; thcoco south j
parallel to St Asaph Btreet seventy-six feet to a ]
ten-feet alley; tbenco ca-1 parallel to Gibbon
street fourteen feet six inches ; thence north par?
allel to St. Asaph st-oet sovonty six fret to Gibbon
streof, and thonco west along Gibbon street four?
teen feet six inches to the boginniog.
Terms of Sale : Cash as to so much of the pur?
chase, money as may be necessary to defray the
expenses of t xccJtiag this trust, and to pay the
noto 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. Cou
vovancing at tho cost of tho purchaser.
nov4 ts GEO. A. M?SHBACH. Trustee.
By R. T. Lucas, Auctionoer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ES?
By virtue of a doed of trust from William N.
McVeigh and wife, dated February 7th, 1881, re
corded in tho Clerk's ofiico of tho Corporation
Court of the city of Alexandria, Virginia, in deed
book No. 17, pago 167, and by direction of the
party sr cured thoroby, the undersigned will offer
for salo at public auction, iu front of the premises,
in the said ci y of Alexandria, at 12 o'clock
m. on TUESDAY, tho 26th day of November,
1889, the following described valuable real os
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND with tho build?
ings thereon situated on the west sido of St.
Asaph streot, between Prince and Duke streets,
in the said city of Alexandria, Virginia, and
bounded as follows : Beginning on tho west side
of St. Asaph street ono hundred and sixteen feet
four iuches to tho south of Prince street; then !
south on St. Asaph street tiirty-two feot; then
west parallel to Prince streot ono hundred and
twonty-thrco feet fivo inches ; then north parallel
to St. Asaph streot thirty-two foot; tbenco east to
tho beginning, being tho samo lot of ground which
was conveyed to the said William N. McVeigh by
John W. Stewart and wife by deed dated on the
10th day of February, 1851, aud of record in
libor M, No 3, pago 298, ono of the land records
of Alexandria County Court.
TermB of Sale?Cash as to the sum of $4,000,
and an additional sum sufficient to pay the costs
of salo. Tho residue of tho purchase money to
be on a credit of ono and two years in equal instal?
ments, evidenced by the bonds of tho purchaser, j
carrying interest from the day of sale, and secured |
by a deed of tru?t upon the property. Conveyanc?
ing at tho cost of tho purchaser.
FEANCIS L. SMITH,
oct25 dts Trustee.
NEW GLASSWARE?Wo have just received a |
lot of Fine Glassware, in imitation of an old
timo pattern, which is so like Cut Glass that con?
noisseurs are deceived by it- Wo havo this ware
in most evory article you can name, but would
call special attontion to the Flower Bowls at 45c,
and Kiraffes ? each. It is well worth your time
to call and examine this ware at
mh23_E. J. MILLER & SON.
CHOICE SPICED PICKLES.
92 barrels (1200) PICKLES.
4 barrels (2400) PICKLES.
8 half do. (1200) PICKLES.
Received to-day and for sale by
novl_CHA3. KING & SON.
4CARLOAD OF PENNSYLVANIA STONE?
o havo just received 5,000 gallons of this
choice ware, in Jugs, Milk Pans and Butter Jars,
which we will sell at very low figures. This ware,
though superior to all others, is aa low in price as
the commonest. For sale by
mh!3_E. J. MILLEB & SON.
ONLY 10c A PA< KAGE?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 use. For sale by
oct28_J. D. H. LUNT.
IHAVE secured a lot of CAMELS' HAIR
SHIRTS at a reduction of one-third of their
usual price, and will offer them to my friends ac?
cordingly. Call and see them at
novl4 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
FRUIT FLAVORS of Banana, Peach and Pine
apple, for Ices, Creams and Desserts, for sale
by ERNEST L. ALLEN,
myl5 Corner King and Pitt streets.
DUFFY'8 NEW YORK SWEET CLDEE just re?
ceived by_ . o_
novl8 GEO. MCBURNEY * SON.
WE HAVE BEEN FORTUNATE
IN SECURING ONE MORE CASE OF THOSE AWFUL
Cheap Remnants of Dress Goods,
THET WILL BE PUT ON ALE MONDAY MORNING.
Remember, every piece is YARD Wi DE and are being .'old at l'2\c per yard.
Don't miss this hut grand opportun t? of securing a now fall dress at lesi thau half value.
D. Bendheim, 816King street.
An elegant 4-1 TRN (::". ALL-W?QJ . reduced to '25c per yard.
Excellont WOOLEN DRR5S GOODS, in plaids and stripes, at 25c per yard.
Wo have a beautiful EL A CK FAILLE SILK at $1 per yard, fully worth $1.50.
Also BLACK GB< > ? I; JA I N .Si LK ai .^1 per yard?a real bargain.
A beautiful assortment of KID GLOVES, black and colors, from 75c to $1.25 per pair.
A full line of WINCHESTER GLOVES, for cut-door workers, from 50c to $2.50 per pair.
Our stock of I.:ilies', Gents' Misses' Underwear is the most complete wo have over offered, at
prices exceedingly cheap
LADIES' and GcNTV HO.SE in grc;..'. varioly.
?;5l>-CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK.-6-5T
PRETZFELDER & CO.,
530 ItflS*; STREET. ALEXANDRIA. VA.
VALUABLE FABM AND TIMBEB AT A
Must be eold within the next twenty days to
settle up an estate. 1.48? anres in Westmoreland
connty, Va., on tho ridge midway be!ween the
Potomac and Eapp.ihanijook rivers, tho. peninsula
at that point being abont S miles wi io ; 500 acres
in first-class timber?pin**, o.ik, p ?plar and chest
nut; 700 acres in timber not first-class, bnt most
of which is valuable for piles, ties and cord wood,
of easy accass to both rivers, down grade; fino
water power on tho propcity: 286 acres cleared
and in a high state of cultivation : a splendid pear
orchard of 5,030 trees, most rf which are just
coming into bearing, in a growii . thrifty CO idi
tlon, and are of the beat varieties Daches .rt
lett, Seckel and others; other frn ? in abundance;
toil easily tilled and product ive; good nine-room
DWELLIN" and outhouses, ample barns; all in
good order 'I he noighborho >?'? is unoxceptioually
healthy and vory desirable, with churchos,
stores and mills within four ruiks i ho pricohas
been reduced tr> $10,000. This property will
boar tho closest inspection, and is positively a
groat bargain for one desiring Buch :i place. For
further information apply to
H. L. BUST, < o:urr: .ioner.
62414th at. n w., Was. ingtan, I) ('.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
FOE BENT?The FRAME HOUSES Nos. 413
and 415 south Ice street. The honso3 are in
porfoct order, and t > good tenants I ho rent will be
low. Apply at
novl tf 504 PBINOE SI REET.
TWO NEW and CONVEMKN BliICK
H0USE8, Nos. 413 and 415 north Asaph
street, containing six rooms and a bath room
each, with good yards. Apply to
8opl9 tf_4'23 north St. Asaph street
FOR RENT?Tho ' THREE .STORY REICK
WAREHOUSE No. 113 King street, recently
occupied by C. S. Taylor, jr. Poisossion given
immediately. Apply to
ang!9 _C. C. SMOOT & SONS.
FOR RENT?Tho THREE STORY BRICK
DWELLING No. 114 Bouth Fairfax street,
recently occupied by tho Misses Greene. Apply to
je28 tf_GEO. UHLER.
FOR RENT?Tho DWELLING HOUSE and
OFFICE No. 117 south Royal street, either
together or separately. Apoly at 418 King street
or to Mrs. E. D. BARTON. ap'JO tf
THIRTY ACRES OF LAND,
lying immediately in front of the Thoological
Seminary, adjoining the farm of Wm. '^Icnvcland.
Apply at this office. soplS tf
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
No. 502 Duke street,
Will practice in all of tho Courts of Alexandria
and Washington city. Special attontion given to
the prosecution of pension and other claims against
Washington Office?Room 10 Gunton building,
Nos. 472-478 La. ave. n. w. nov9 lm
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c, for the countrj
trade, at 328 King, corner of Royal street
Alexandria. Va,?We have just received at the
above number a very largo and general stock o;
goods in onr line to which wo invito the attention
of purchasers, both wholesale and retail. It wIL'
pay you to examine our stock before makingyoui
purchases; its costs nothing to try. Wo make a spe?
cialty in all kind3 of Tacks, Whito Wash Rrushos:
Pocket Knives, Locks, Hinges, &c, Seivcs and
other desirable goods. On hand English and
American 8cytb.es, Snaths, Rakes, Scythe Stones
Grass Hooks, Hoea, Forks, ?sc, at extremelj
low prices. Call and see at 328 King street.
my7 J. T. CREIGHTON & SON.
The "Rochester" Lamp
At guaranteed factory prices and in a variety of
styles. For recommendation wo refer you to tho j
prominent merchants in this city who are using
the Rochester in tho place of gas. Don't be por- j
snadod to buy a cheaper lamp said to bo "just as ;
good;" but take this thoroughly tested one which !
guarantees perfect satisfaction. 300,000 sold in [
1887. Sole agents for Alexandria.
doc!5_E. J. MILLER & SON.
FRUIT JELLIES in many varieties, in pail3
and tumblers, very low at
novl8 GEO. MCBURNEY & SON'S.
To Norfolk and Fortress Monroe.
THE POPULAR EO?TE.
STEAMER GEORGE LEARY
From Prince street wharf MONDAYS, n ?? ^
WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS ?t. ?-**>SKzn*
5:30 p ra.. landing at Boston wharf, Norfolk, and
having EXCLUSIVE CONNECTION WITH BOS?
TON and PBOVIDENCE STEAMER3.
For tickets and rooms and farther information
inquire at company's olhco on the wharf.
Telephone call No. 10.
nov!8_PHILIP B. HOPE, Agent.
NORFOLK AND F0BTBES3 MONBOE,
Connecting at Norfolk with the OLD jr?.
DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. FO?J^?BBE
NEW YORK, and with tho CLYDE LINK FOB
PHILADELPHIA, and via these lines to all
points North and Ea3t.
LADY OF THi: LAKE and
Leave DAILY, except Sunday, at 5:30 p. m.,
from Reed's wharf.
For further information applv to
nov!8_F. A. REED & CO., Agents.
Steamer John W. Thompson
POTOMAC RIVER LANDINGS.
Lcavo Alexandria SUNDAY, TUESDAY and
THURSDAY, at 7 p. m. From Bock Point tho
I steamer sails direct for Alexandria and Washing
\ ton, arriving about 5 a. m. every Tuesday, Thurs
j day and Saturday. Will stop at up-river landings
i on signal only. First-class fare, as far as Nomini,
j 50c; below Nomini, first-class 75c ; second-class,
i as far as Nomini, 35c; below Nomini, second
; class, 50c.
' For further information apply to
F. A. REED & CO., Agents, Aloxandria.
Butchers and Green Grocers,
N. W COR. KING AND COLUMBUS STS.,
AND STALL NO. 20 MARKET BUILDING,
Are always receiving fresh supplies of prime
Beef, Lamb, Veal. Pork, Sausage, Bacon, Lard
and Salt Meats of all kinds.
On hand and are receiving daily fresh supplies
of Shafer's Smoked and Frankfort Sausago, Pud?
dings and Cheese. Try them and you will Jiko
Puro Lard a specialty. novl2
~ COAL AND WOOD.
T. W. E0SE. GE0. S. SMITH.
T. W. ROSE & CO.,
North Fairfax st., bet. Queen and Princess,
Dealers in all kinds of
HARD AND SOFT COAL.
Just received a full supply of
For heating and cooking purp0SC3.
Oak and Pine Wood
In ouantities to suit iu tho length or sawed and
Orders may bo left at C. G. Lennon'a drug store,
601 King street._ oct3 3m
We invite tho attention of dealers and con*
samors to our largo stock of CAREFULLY PRE
PARED COAL of the following varieties:
SHAMOKIN RED ASH.
V/HJTE ASH (froo burning and hard) of steam,
er, broken, egg, stovo and and nut sizes.
Also GEORGE 3 CREEK, CUMBERLAND and
KANAWHA SPLINT, from West Va.
Making Coal a specialty we aim to keep only
the HIGHEST GRADES.
Yards floored, and all Coal 3ont out WELL
SCREENED AND FREE FROM IMPURITIES.
J. R Zimmerman,
WHARF AND YARDS FOOT OF QUEEN ST
"F YOU want great bargains in good goods. Call
L on [novll] AMOS B. 8LAYMAKER,