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ALEXANDRIA, VA., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1890
PRICE 2 CTS, A GREAT SAL DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND! REMEMBER THE DATES! *??THERE ARE LARCE AND QUICK PROFITS HERE.-SW Shrewd investors are turn irg their attention w new lots adjoining settled and prosperous cities, where trade channels are already fixed, and where there is substantial reality back of and under their money. 45 Passenger Trains Daily Between Washington and Alexandria Pass this Property. Leave the Irain, Alexandri i and Washington R. R, at St. Asaph Junction, where conveyances will be in waitiDg to carry you over the property. The streets and avenues are already graded. PUBLIC ALE OF BY THE NORTH WEST AU ON THEIR BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IMPROV 1' TCOMPANY HEIGHTS, ADJOINING/ ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 12th and 13th, 1890 BEGINNING EACH DAY AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. Make your arrangements at once, and let nothing deter you from attending this great sale. If not possible for you to do so, you can arrange with the General Manager, fflfB CeOrge Wise, No. 421 Kiog street, Alexandria, Ya., or with any of the officers or Directors of the company, by correspondence or by wire, at any time, previous to the day of sale, to secure one or more of these desirable lots. The character of these officers is a guarantee tbat you will be as well served in this way as if you were present at the sale. COMPLETE MAPS UPON APPLICATION-SEND FOR ONE. The Alexandria and Fairfax Electric Railway, under charter to build within one year, and the Washington city connection of the C. & 0. R. R. both pass through the property. TERMS OF SALE?Twenty per cent, cash; the balance in monthly instalments of five per cent. You are extended a cordial invitation, and if you do not invest a pleasant time is promised you; the superb view from the heights will compensate you. ItEXO.VI WHEAT, President. ( Prosidcnt Citizens' National Bank ) JOSEPH RRODERS, Vice President, (Wholesale- Grocor and Vice President First National Bank.) GEORGE W. FISHER, Treasurer, (of Fisher & Bros., Grocers and Commission Merchants, GEORGE WISE, General Manager, (of Wiso& Co., Insurance Agents. Directors?THOS. LEADBEATEB, of R S. Liadbcater & Bro., Wholesale Druggists; JAS. CLINTON SMOOT, of C. C 8moot&Sons, Tanners; GEOBGE E. HILL, of George B. Hill & Co., Cracker Bakers ; HENBY 8TBAUSS, Clothier and Director First National Bank ; A. G. UHLEB, of Wimsatt, Uhler & Co., Lumber and Building Material. MEDICINAL. 3 Preparations: Alterative, AND Expectorant lion Cured. The judge or Hanover County Speaks. !rim. Howard suffered for three years with lung and throat troubles, and last Spring was thought by his neighbors to b< iying. I heard of his condition and gsve him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was magical. In a very short time he was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a well man. Others in this vicinity have taken the "Tonic" with pronounced benefit. Very respectfully, S. C. REDD, Beaver Dam Depot, Hanover Co., Va. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases By mail free. Address A. B. G. CHEMICAL CO,, 17 S. 12th ST..f RICHMOND, VA. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 8TABLISHED 1848. george e.french's sons 417 & 419 King st., Alexandria, Va. HEAr-QUAETERS for School and College Text Book3 and School Supplies of every description Wo > ?rry a larger and moro varied stock of School B i.ibs ihsn any other house in the South. FINE STATION EU Y Wo h*ve on exhibition now r.::? full lino o high-class P*peteries, comprisinj; o uy now and elogaut designs; also tho very If lev; novelties in Fancy Papers. O?B BPECIALTIl Fiuo Gold Poub and Pencils, ocutaiu Pens, Pockot Knives, Writing Desk-? o^din? Station' ery, Card Plato EDgraviug, Fk- Leather Goods. Fockotbooka, Card Cases, &c, St. 8TATIONEEs'ABT.' K a specialty. Our lino cinnot 1 c celled any? where. Wo havo the l*recst, ; ?t es: and boat selected sto.? in tho State. A > thing cannot be mentioned too often. Beinemb?. i. we aro head quarters for everything in our hue. <epll GEO E. F KEN; H'S SONS. MERCHANT TA1LOKS. WM. MTJKRA Y rapimiT Tin ad 517 KING bTBEET, ALSXANDBIA, VA. informs his customers that iio aas received a Supply of Fall and Winter Goods, And is now proparod to furnish SUITS IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES nd on roasonable terms. ap23 ly LABGE LINE OF SPONGES just recoivod at sep22 j. D. H. LUNTS. A PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEKKLY Af the Gazette Pc?d'g.,310 &3J2 Prince st. Dally ono year...?...... ?.~-.80 fX) " Six months_._. 3 00 " Odo mouth ,,,. 60 Tri-Weekly ono;year-. * 00 Six months.2 imi Three months. 1 00 [Entered at the Pessofflce, Alexandria. Virginia, as gccond-class niatter.j Miscellaneous A b?.'ff'.!o oalf was born at the National llUf>: um io Washington on Saturday. The Inmous ploture "The Angelus," has been sold by the American Art Association to j\ench parties fjr $150,000, snd will ha returned to Prrip. A bill is to ba cffered In tbo Honse of Com? mons esrly after tho reaFsembllng of Pat ilamcnt msking the pay of members of Common? $900 a year. They get no pay now. The commission appointed by tbo Penn? sylvania Legislature to survey a route end report on tbo practicability of bulidiug a a ship csnal between Lake Erie and Pitts burg, has decided to recommend t-uch an enterprise. The Statp will, In turn, probabiy s licit aid from the nations! government in oonstruciiog fuch a waterway. Ii is announced that tho iea, a* a Gccial star, is twinkling in a last convulsive scintil? lation, prophetic of total extinction, and that soon even its fragrant memory will fade from the afmospheie of fashionable cir? cles. The social flavor of tea is some! birg of an antiquity, bat a9 far *s fashion is con? cerned its exlsteace bas been a variegated one. A clause in the new French tariff bill pro? vides that the President and cabinet have the power to retaliate as they choose upon articles *-xport?-d to France by any ecuntry which discriminates aga'ns< French prc duote. The oiaueo is obviuu->ly modeled to meet the American meat inspection bill, and is Intend -1 as a Frtnob answer to that mea? sure. MiiS L!zz';o O. Smilb, widely known as "The Modern Martyr," died at her home In Wiiiimantic, Conu., on Sunday. She was born at Eistford, Conn., December 23, 1822 ?he was unusually vigen.u.3 and active until she wan eleven yt-ars of age, when she waB prostrated by a violent cold, which develop? ed a diet?S3 that settled in her limbs, mak? ing her a iic'p'oss invalid. She was who.', ly coufined to her bed for nearly fifty-five year . A special institute will bi etected at the cost of the German government for Dr. Kcoh's experiment with his announced cute lor consumption, the estahlishmect being cot,due ed oo the mw? gtnoral p!no as the Pasttur inBtiiute. Professor Loyden, the well-known German physician, who is in the confidtLOs of Koch, considers the latter'a dlecovery of the highest vaiue to humanity. It is said Dr. Koch's discovery is a chemical substance, which is Injected into tbe body, and that it even checks casi-3 of advanced tuberculosis. The steamship Qaeensmoro, Captain Tren ery, arrived at Baltimore* from Liverpool Saturday, with a general cargo. Oo the third day cut a fantaii pigeon flew on board, and Steward Friens now bus it, trying to tarns it. Thenigeonwas evidently blown ciTthe Irish coast. Its tail was gone. Oo Saturday, the 25tb, the Qneensmore paral? yzed a hl? whale. Captain Trenery tried to ste^r cut of the way, bat the whale was too c'cf- od, and the ship cave it a sturiDiog g'ttDciog blow. The whale di1 not mc.ve, and tbe water soon became otaioed with blood. A Minister's Joke ?A minister, to get ev?n with a sleepy congregation, eang cut in a loud voioe: "Wako up here; there U a man r'at^diog before you with half a shirt on bla back." The sleepers awakened, and the f-is'en of the oocgregation presented him later on with a dcz-n span new shirtB. He then exp'&ined that be really was not in Ii' cd of tbe shirts He had a wbo'e shirt on when b" made tbe announcement, but half was on bU back and half on his front. AM present smiled and enjoyed tbe joke, as they dow saw It. For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Trijed Ekmkdy.?Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over Fifty Years by Millions of Mothers for their Children While Teething, with Perfect Success. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allay* all Pain ; Cures Wind Colic and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold by Druc i gists in every part of the world. Be sure and ask for Mbb. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and tako no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. MEDICINAL. Wake Up. If you wake up in the morning with a bitter or bad. taste in your mouth, Languor, Dull Headache, Despondency, Constipa? tion, take Simmons Liver Regulator. It correcta the bilious stomach, sweetens the breath and cleanses thefurred tongue. Children as well as adults sometimes eat something that does not digest well, producing Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Restlessness, or Sleeplessness?a good do3e of Regulator will give relief. So perfectly harmless is this remedy that it can be taken by the youngest infant or the most delicate person without injury, no matter what the condition of the system may be. It can do no harm if it does no good, but its reputation for 40 years proves it never fails in doing good. WAX 8TBINGS will be found to be the best and simplest way of sealing fruit jars and cans. For sale by EBNEST L ALLEN, aug25 Cor. King and Pitt sta FOR SALE AND RENT. JjlOK BENT. HOD>E 21G south Washington street, and HOUSE 024. Duke street. Aprly to oct27 tf JOHN T. NALLS. 820 King st. JjlOB SALE. TWO MODERN BRICK DWELLINGS, situ? ated on tho west side of Colui: huB slrect, between King and Cameron, diroctly fa< -ag Christ Church. Torms rcasonnblo. Apply to 0. 0. i ABLIM, octll tf Boom No. 2 Mark X Building. pOB SALE AT a GBEAT BAEGAIN. A FINE, LAEGE, THEEE-STOBY BBTCK DWELLING on Patrick street, between King and Prince ; 10 rooms, with all noccsaary i onve niences, and in good order; also stable in nai on largo lot. O'NEAL & LUNT, octll_Beal Estate Agoi.ts. FINE BUILDING LOT on St. Asaph street, be? tween Cameron and Qneon, for sale. Lot 26 feet 9 inches by 125 feet deep. This is ono of tho best building lots in the rity. O'NEAL & LUNT, octll_ Beal r'state Agents. POB BENT. TWO-STOBY BLICK HOUSE No. 817 Duke street; gas and wator. TW0-8T0BY BBIOE HOUSE No. 819 Duke :;troot; gas and watoi two-STOBY BBl K HOUSE No. 821 Duke street; gas and watoi Apply to No. 400 Prince street._jolS tf \) ALUABLt: DWELLING an 0 WAREHOUSE ' PBOPEBlY IN ALEXANDBiA FOB SALE. 1. THBEE.aT> >BY BBICK DWELLING, with garden, stable, &c, on the west side of St. Asanb street, between ? rince and Dnke streets, late the residence of Win. N. McVeigh, deed. 2 TH t: EE-STORY BEI; K DWELLING and LOT adidining on the north. 3. TWO BBICK DWELLINGS northwest cor? ner of Cameron and Alfrod streets. 4. THREE bbick WABEHOUSErJ and WH ABF FBI V1LEOES attached on the out side of Union and north side of Prince street, extend? ing tbrouch lrom Union to tho rivrr?part of the real estate of which said McVeigh died seizod. For price and terms apply tu 8. FERGUSON BEACH, jel 4 ootl Executor of Won N. McVeigh, deed y* t uable beal estate fob sale. ON E T.ACT OF LAND, 446 acres, 2\ miles from Alexandria on the Mount Vernon road, the survey of the Mount Vernon Avenue passing thicugh the place This pro. erty is well calcu? lated for gardening and dairy pnrpose3, being well watered, and has a frontage on tho Potomac River of 2 miles : also unsurpassed scenery overlooking both tho citios of Alexandria and Washington Persons seeking investments will find It to their advantage to examino this land. 2d. 124 i OB t Sand another of 62>fc ACBES, about 4 miles from the city, not far from the above described property. Perhaps there is no land on the market at this timo offering greater advantages to seekers of profit than the above named property. For de Bcription and terms apply to Miss KATIE M. G. JOHNSTJN 514 Cameron "Meet Or to 0'1< EAL & LUNT, Seal Estate Er?rtere, No. '03 Fairfax st, bet. Cameron and King. aug27 T.T.&S.tf_ JpOR EENT. THIRTY ACBES OF LAND, lying immediately in front ol the Theological Seminary, adjoining the farm oi Wm. Cleaveland. Apply at this office. sep!5 tf LATJNDBY WAX?An elegant, smooth and glossy finish put on your linen by the use of Laundry Wax. Five cents a cake. Fox sale by EBNEST L. ALLEN, feblO Corner King and Pitt afreets. boots and shoes. I Change of Business. Change of Business. Change of Business. When the new year (1891) sot* :'n wo moan to havo our entiro stock of BOOTS, SnOE8, DBY GOOD3 and GENTS' FUBNISHING GOODS re ducod es much as our groat efforts can accomplish; and in order to bo ablo to gain that object, we will commence on Faturday, the 25th in: tant, and otter for sslo everything in our storo at prices which will astoriih everybody. Wo intend making con? siderable altoiations and improvements in our store, and when SniBhed wo will add now and dif? ferent linos of goods in the various departments Onr Xbfflliination an AunreA Sdgcgss. Our Combination an Assnre? Snccess. Dont niisa this golden oppoi tunily. Come oarly, so as to hive the lirit choice from our assorted stock of everything In the lino of BOOTS, SHOES, DBY GOODS, LADIES' and GENTS' FURNISH IING GOODS, TB?NKS, 8ATCHELS, Ac, Ac, Oar lino of ALEXANDRIA SHOES, mado by j the Potomac Shoo Company will bo kept up and j bizsd up every day, as wo intend in the future, I as in the past, to aim to mako homo enterprise a ; success. KAUFMANNS DOUBLE COMBINATION STORE land companies. COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. North West Alexa. Improvement Co., ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. BENONI WHEAT, President. GEORGE WISE, Sec. and Gen. Manager. DIBECTOES. BENONI WHEAT, JOSEPH BBODEUS, GEOBGE W. FI8HEB, HENBY 8TBATJSS, J. CLINTON SHOOT, GEO. B. HILL, A. G. UHLEB, GEOBGE WISE, THOMAS LEADBEATEB. ContractsClosed for Opening and Grading Streets and Avenues Grand sale of lots in November. BEAUTIFUL SITES FOR SUBURBAN RESIDENCES. ST. ASAPH JUNCTION, WASHINGTON SOUTHERN B.W., About 8 minutes' walk from ihfl property. STOCK FOB 8ALE AT NO. 421 KING 8TBEET. asr A. BIG INVESTM EjSTT*??* wood and coal. WOOD AND COAL. LAY IN TOUR COAL AND WOOD FOR WINTER. We wish to call the attention o' our customers an 1 the public to the fact that now is the time to lay in your coal for the wmtsr. We are receiving direct from tao mines the best graces o d>fferno kinds of Coal, as follows: SIZE NO. 1 FURNACE; NO. 2 EGG; NO. A STOVE; ?.; NO 5 SUi. (2240 P0HND3 TO THd T<>N ) Call and examine. Co^l under oover and well screened. Main ofllc -?rner Duke and F?irf?x streets. Wharf and yards between Priace and Duke streets. jyl7 4m TELEPHONE N>>. 95. j^DELHY COCKBOACH, BEG-BUG AND BAT PASTE iyi Just received by WAEFlELD & HALL Corner Priuio and Fairfax streets. BISHOP'S FOOD FOB MOCKING BIED8. Try it, EBNEST L>. ALLEN, aQg25 Cor. King and Pitt sta. J D. H. L?NT, Agent fo the Celebrated \SHLEY BROMIDE OF ARSENIC WATEE rsep261 The Great Indian Oil & Sagwa For sale by nov22 J. D. H. L?NT.