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MEDICINAL.
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THE LIFE-WORK OF AN EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
is ax KSTRTjrJIEST FOIt THE
Cure of Disease Without Medicine
Ii \ SEI) on new theories of the cause and cure
,f ,11?, ige, it deals with the electrical ami magnetic
nsol the body and the no*-* surrounding
nun sphere, controlling tbeae condition*
li i? nut electricity.
DISEASE 1? slmplj Impaired vitality. The
-.? constantly adds to the vitality and
nature, in nut u re's m ii.v. to throw
rouble. Nothing la easier of proof than
? . ? th this treatment; caret .-ir.' made which by
icnown means are Impossible.
\i |TK CASES "f ?11 klmls are cured la
ium by its random use.
, . ?.???!! th.- Intelligence and perseverance de
.Ilnan methods of medication work*
. rilKOVK CASES,
inexhaustible home n
testimonials from poof'
ii r Information, cul
i reattnent.
yOU IvNOH'l
?Uorudi'res? I
ELECTROPOISE,
v2? n. y. Ave.. Washington, d c.j
e grace St., Richmond., va
NOTICE.
?lL?lRX'S POSITIVE CURE
FOR chills, fever and
malaria
IF ! : -:t; 'ely BREAK UP f'hi.ls and Fever in?
SIDE OF 1WANTY FO?B hours
capsules act directly upon the liver, and
tr. ; create an appetite.
be obtained of tbo following druggist3 in
. Iria, Va.. at 50c nor box. or of Lewis C.
o manufacturer, 701 6th street n. w.,
Wu i gti ' . P- C, or ?<nt by mail upon rrceipt
Warfiold & Hall, E. S. Loadboator &
i. Allen, John D. H. Lunt, L. Stabler
1 1? Hudson, Chas. ft. Loncon and W. T.
Puiith. _ febl4 6m
Health is Wealth I
Du E. C. W - ' '.vk and Brain Treat
vrsr. i. ' i specific for Hysteria, Dizzi
dobs, Coi vo ? - Fits, Nervons Neuralgia, Head?
ache, Nervous Prostration car.sed by the uao of |
alcohol or tobacco, Wnkufulnes*. Meutp.l Depress?
ion, Sofi the Brain molting in insanity
ai I lead I m sory, decoy and death, Proraa
t-in Old Ago, Barrenness, Lo'S of Power
in either sex. Involuntary Losses and Spcrmator
r c as* I by i v. r-exertk-n of the br.ii ., ;-.elf
h it o er-indnlgonce. Ei.ch hox coritnitis one
!>???? niont $1.00 a box, <>r six boxes for
$5.00 .- ai by mail Dreoaid on rcoipt of nriee.
WE guarantee sly
any case With each order received by us
for six boxes, accompanied with $5.00, we will
send I e purchaser o-r written gsatantcn to re
fttnd ?:. money if the treatment foes not edict a
coro, ti taranWs issued ?.uly by
charles le^k?n,
Druggist, 604 King street.
Si eral Agent, Alexandria, Va.
A guaranteed Cnro for Piles of whatever
kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind
or Bleedingt Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $1.00 n box; 6 boxes. $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of prioo.
Wo guarantee to cure any case of Pilos.
GuarautPt'3 and sold only by
e. s. l?:ai>beatek ?l bro.,
Alexandria, Va.
BUiLI-INfi MATERIAL, &c."
JOHN PBBRV,
IL B. PEP.EY.
Formerly of Perry, Smoot & Co.
and Jas. Boctor Smoot ft Perry.
PERRY & SOW,
LUMBER MERCHANTS,
office no. 1?S king st.,
Alexandria. Virginia.
Dealers in Doors, Sash, Blinds, Monldlngs, Ce
mont, Calcinod Plaster, Lime,
Hair, Nails, ftc.
Dressed Lumbor kept nndor cover._sep5
~ [ESTABL1s"hED 69 YEABS.]
JOSIAH ED. SMOOT & SOU,
DSaxsa n
<j KyxlAJLl^lVsJ? JJlWUJAVt
KAILS. LIME, CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER
manufactures oj
FLOORING, DOORS, SA?H, BLINDS, FRAMES
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BBACKETS
AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD
WOBK.
> i'Vo and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory
No^t. 13 and 15 north Loo Sw, Alexandria, Va.
"By-No charge for doli very In cit?. }an28
SMO?T~& CO.,
[Successors to J. Rector Smoot & Co.,]
St .imFlooring&PlaningMil]
Manufacturers of
r> - IB and WINDOW FKAMFS, MOLDINGS, tt
Dealers in
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME
CALCINED PLASTEB and CEMENT.
NO. 25 NORTH UNION ST..
ALEXANDRIA. VISGINIA.
Lumber delivered tho city free.
FISH DEALERS.
ceorge e, price A co.,
dealers in
FRESH AND SALTED FISH
Have porfoctod arrangomouts for thoir extensive
x ish bu?inoss for tbo spring of 1S91. Tney will
receivo Fish daily from the shores' of tho Poto?
mac, and will supply consumers in quantities to
sait, oithor freah or salted, by experienced packers.
& Country orders solicited and satisfaction guaran?
teed.
Our brand of BABBELED FISH has always
BiCod No. 1 in the market.
Terms?C. 0. D., or best references.
R GEO. E. PBICE & CO,
. o ?" at Fairfar street entrance and No. 3
at Eoyal street entrance City Market, and Fish
?House X (W**'^ Wharf. [mh2 2m
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
At the Gazette BEsld'g., 310 & 312 Prince st.
DaUy oneysiax . - -..$6 oo
" Six months??. 3 00
" One month ??.nmmm. 60
Trl-Weekly ooeJyeAr.4 00
" SlxCmoBihs.2 I?
Throo'jnnotha. 1 00
Contract advcrtlaerOvill not bo allowed to exceed their
space unless the e?ee*s is paid for at transient rate?,
and under no circumstances will they be allowed to
advertise other than their legitimate business in the
H}>ace contracted for.
All transient advertisements must be paid for in ad?
vance.
Marriage and death notices must be paid for in ad?
vance.
Resolutions In menutun, of thanks, tributes of respect,
resolutions adoptef by societies or persons, unless oi
public concern, will only be printed In this paper as
advertisements.
The Gazette offlco Is connected with the Telephone
Exchange. "AdveftlscmenUi, ordora for the paper,
news, or nny laforr&atlon or business can bo pent by
telephone.
(Entered at the PasJrftico, Alexandria. Virginia, as
gecond-clase mattsr.l
They Think it is the Devil ?There
are half a d zw people wb? live at Balb
Bsach or Grave-end Boacb, L I., who aro
euro they have seen the devil. A monster
all covered with hair, with flariog rod
whiskers and a Satanic howl, has swooped
down upon them at night and nearly driven
tbem into hysterics. As ft result the women
folk are In a great Btate of trepidation.
They are afrf id to stir out at night, and a
great many men stay at home in preference
to going visiting, as as been their custom.
Young John Reiily, who was employed at
trie railroad, met the monster near the
Uniooville depot and became so frightened
that be has refused to work ever stoce.
William Beil, tue night traiu diepatober,
says ihe terrifior appeared alongside of him
while hu Wh8 working about an engine ear y
Sunday looming lust. Tne visitor, be says,
gave a roar like thunder, grinned in a most
gbastly manner and then started ctf Bell
days be doesn't believe in ghosts, end bav?
in? a monkey wreoou in bis bund be went
after the visi'or. He chased tbe monster
about two miles, be sajs, aud then it disap?
peared so suddenly that it made B>ilgu?p.
Twice tbe strange lookirg object stopped,
a" if to show tighr. Saloon Keeper Robert
Eain.jr., Tboinas Persies und others aleo
declare that tbey have seen tbe tbiop. In
telligent people believo some, woaid-bc joker
has rigggtd bimst-tf up in a bearskin, a fal*e
face, &o., for tbe purpor-e of frighte-iing the
residents. However thai may ba tbe men
are now ocrrying revolvet?.
Brought Shame to two Homus. ? Mise
Mattie Stipp, a beautiful woman twenty
seven years old, went frnm Prlncetoc, III.,
two years ago-and entered the i flice of Au?
ditor Hoilic, a prominent republican of Tac
oms, Washington. Auditor Holds and Mi-.e
Stipp became more than friendly, and when
Mrs. Hollis heard of it she wbh heartbroken,
while her daughter was bowed dowo with
the disgrace. Judge 8;ipp, tbe ycung wc
maa's father, was on tbe benoh at Prince?
ton. When be beard of tbe affair a short
time ago he became insane and is now in tbe
insane asylum at Kankakt-e, III. Miss Stipp
hoard of her father's Insanity iget Sunday
morning, and for the fi<-pt time became
aware that her relations with HoI?b were
koown. Seized with a sudden freLzy while
in Hollis' effice, she took a revolver from a
drawer and would have shot berrelf bad not
Hollle wrencbe.i the weapon from her. Then
*ho went raving mad, and is now cor fined
in the house of Dr. Almira Davenport, wbo
Is taking care of her. Ho'H-.' reeivnation bas
be^n demanded by his parly, and wi'l be
forthcoming. H^ has asked tha paetor of]
the First Metbodiet Churcb, of wbiob church
he a member, for a letter of withdrawal.
Hi9 wiL- still clirge to him and refuees to
get a divorce. Miss Silpp conetantiy paceB
h6r room with staring eye?. c'ytrg for de?
liverance. Her friends will tska bar homy
to Illinois.
Two Bears with One Gun ?Tbe prea*
hunting region back from Sliobola Glen,
Pa , tbe Eric Railroad Company's principal
tfjscu-slon resort, 1? ringing with theprowete
,of Will Scboonover, ft sixteen-year-old hoy,
in killing two bj?.r~, single handed with bie
little gun. In paealo? through a large
swamp tbicrciy grown with underbrush, he
name abruptly upon Iba winter lair of a
fiimliy of bears, two big siz-id old ones and
two half growo cubs. The disturbed bears
rose to their feet and growled viciously,
while the deg slopped at a safe distance and
barked furiously Presently the male bear
turned tail and mado off into the deeper re?
cesses of tbe swamp, followed by ono of the
cubs. But the mother bear showed fight in
defence of her cubs and made a savage ruab
upon tbe boy aod (be yelping bound at bis
feet. The plucky young hunter coolly
waited until the savage brute was almost
upon them, when be fired a load of buck?
shot square into the brain of the bear, kill?
ing it outright. Tbe cub remained near the
oarcass of its dead mother, snarling savage
lv at tbe dog, until tbe boy had an oppor?
tunity to reload his gun and dlspatoh It.
On tbe boy's return home several hunters
started out in cbase of tbe male bear and
cub, Tbey overtook and killed tbe young
one, but tbe old one made gocd its escape.
grasses
Lexlngtok, Va., Jap. 17,1890.
Mr. A. K. Haute*:
Dear fcir?When I require tho nso of glasses I
wear your Paitiacopic Crystalized Leneos. In re?
spect to brilliancy and clearness of vision they
are superior to.any glass I have ever usod.
RespectfaUlT." Fitzhugh Lee,
Ex-Governor of \ irginia.
These famous iensus adjusted to defective vision
Ithe drug store ?f L. 8TABLEE & CO.,
ded9 eoly Alexandria, Va.
FOR OVER FIFTY TEARS.
Air Old And Well-Tbied Remedy?Mrs.
I Winslow's 8 othing Syrup h-s been uso.1 for over
! Fifty Yean by Millions of Mothers for their Chit
' dren While TcetKng, with Ferfect Success. It Soothes
the Child, Soften* the Gum, Allays all Fain; Cures
Wind CWte and is the best remoay for Diarrhoea.
Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Bo
sure and ask ror Mn. Winslow's Soothing syrup, and
t%k% mm otkor kind Twentv-five cents a bottle.
BnefeleK's Arnica Halve
The Best 8alt? in the world for Cuts, Braises
Sores, Uleera, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis?
faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cenr-s per
box. F?* wie fc* e. S. Leadboutor & Bro.
MEDICINAL.
A Doctor
Bill Baved by always
keeping Simmons Liver
Regulato! 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 ". cathartic to
relax the bowels; if you re?
quire action on the Liver
tc relieve Indigestion;
if. yo require something
tc purifv the blood ana
regulat the system; if
you are traveling in un?
healthy localities, or food
orwatei ioe3 not agree
with you, a dose of
Simmons Liver Regu?
lator will remove all
trouble.
Ex-Govcrimr of <?a., ud T.T.S. Senatoi
Joseph K. ltro'wn BHyn :
"You are .'it liberty :
praiM
>f Simmons Liver lletr'
recommend it Ui everyone ;>
preventive <>! l-\-v?t ami Ak?e.
Redl s dulniiio it lakuu In time.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS.
J^OTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The annual mooting of the stockholders of the
WASHINGTON SOUTHERN RAILWAY COM?
PANY is . ailed for TUESDAY, April 7,1891, at
11 *ii o'clock a. m., at tho office of tho comparjy,
corner of Cameron and Fayotto streets, Alexan?
dria, Va. Kloction for President and Directors
same day and plac?.
mh23 w3w ALBERT HEW8QN, Fecty.
THE ANNUAL MEETING
of the
STOCKHOLDEBS OF THE JANNEY CAB
COUPLING COMPANY
will ho held at tho office of tho comp<ny, Nob.
216-218 King stroe\ ou WKONESDAY, April
2iid, 1891, at 12 o'clock m
au3 td F. H JANNE ?', President.
S
TOCKHOLDER^' MEETING.
Tho annual mooting of tho stockholders of tho
VIRGINIA IRON SHIPBUILDING COMPANY,
for tho election of officers and the transaction of
any other business that may cjme before thestock
holder*, will bo held at tho company's office at
Alexandris, Va., APRIL 23, at lK o'clock.
By order of tho Directors.
mh23 td CH ARLES F. MOODY, S.cty.
NOTlCF?T> o first annual meeting of the
stockholder of tho POTOMAC SHOE COM?
PAQ Y wi): bo hold MONDAY, April 6lh, 1891.
at 1% o'clock p. m., at tho parlors of the Board of
Trad*. By order of tho Board of Directors.
mh-23 td J. SCHNEIDEB, Socrctary.
CHINA WARE, fee.
Wo thow you
by these eats
sa'tipics of the
nowost styles
in Flint Glass
waro fiom tho
factory of the
Fostoria GIbef
Cj., and assun
you. after ?
c ireful exami
nation of the
productions of
the best man?
ufacturers in
this country,
mh26
that notbing excels this
waro in its finish and bril?
liancy. We aro tho sole
agonts for tho factory in
this city, and can offer yon
vory reasonable prices. Tho
lino embraces all the useful
articles for tho table, of
which we mention a few :
Crackor Jars, Berry Bowls,
Milk Jugs, Cream Pitchers,
Salts and Peppers, Wator
Bottles, Tumblers, etc., etc.
We shall be pleased to show
theo goods and invite an
early call.
E. J. MILLEB & SON.
CONFECTIONERS.
D. HARRY APPICH
(Successor to David Appich)
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
Confectioner and Fruit Dealer,
525 STREET,
ALEXANDBIA, VIRGINIA
FLUTE FRENCH CANDIES AND FANCY
CAKES
A 8PECIALTY.
jaa9 tf
M
OCKING BIRD FOOD,
Put up in boxes and bottles, at 25c each.
EBNEST L. ALLEN,
febl3 Corner Ring and Pitt streets.
EYE PENCILS, for coloring eye brows and
lashes, for sale by
EBNEST L. ALLEN,
aovl2 Cor. King and Pitt sta., Alexandria
MAE8CHING8, JAPANE8E and Our Favorite
Gold Paints for decorative and gnilding pur?
poses. For sale by
mv8 WABFIELD s HALL, j
BDJUl
opium
ITff Iff
sfNE
NU CUKE. NO FEE! Cured
myself. DR. HAMILTON.
Wethcredville,(Siltis)r:,)Md
(mh2S3m|
rpHE BEST FAbT-BLACK HOSE for lilies
JL cents and children at 25c at
**UJ AMOS B KY . KF.R'S.
DON'T MIPS SEEIr^G
SLAYMAKEB'S BABGAINS at
feb20_ 429 King street.
WINTER GOODS, such as ComfortB, Blankets,
Underwear, &c, at cost at
fehl6 SLaTMAKER'S. 429 King street.
VEBY FINE NEW OBLEANS MOLA83E8 for
sale by [mhll] ? J. C. MILBUBN.
ILL'S LUNCH BISCUITS, new and nice, for
sale by [aovB] J. a MIL BURN.
H
AM?SEMENTS.
OPERA. HOUSE
MONDAY NIGHT, APBIL 6th
Mt Raflii Reaii Rooms.
EEADINTG3*AND RECITATIONS
by
Capt. William Page Carter,
toe famous elocutionist,
in nis
OSIGIMAL COMPOSITIONS,
PATHOS, FON, POETRY,
DIALECT WAR STORIES.
A Deligbtfnl Evening Guarantee!.
Gallery 25c; dress circlo 35c, and reserved seats
60c. ap4 td
BREWERIES.
BREWING COMPANY'S
BOTTLED BEER,
FW It FAMILY USE,
La. specialty
BOOTS AND SHOES.
$PBING_GO0OS.
Wo are recei ving our sprirg poods, which com?
prise tho Ictding atylis i..
FOOTWEAR.
Wo c*n show a largor and bettor assortment
than ovor. and offer LOW PRICfS as induce?
ment to buyers.
Cno of the latest stylos which wo have lust re?
ceived is tho
GENTS' PATENT LEATHEB BAL,
with fancy resting top3. Ihey are just the thing.
Among tho miscellaneous articles to ba found at
our storo are tho following:
SAN KEY'S LIFE OF LEATHEB, the best
thing to presorvo shoes and mako them water?
proof.
CAMEBON'S UNIVERSAL CBEAM, to bright?
en no your patent leather Fhoes and prevent them
from cracking.
STAFFOBD'S JAPANESE SHOE POLISH, tho
best polish for ladies' fine shoos.
The INFALLIBLE COBN CUBE. No cure, no
pay.
CAHILL'S PATENT BBO^ZE and everything
pertaining to tho shoo business. Give us a call.
r. paff ?& soar,
mhl7 1m 423 King street.
"FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, &c.
WE AGAIN place our card boforo the public,
inviting them to inspect our carefully se?
lected stock of
SPBING AND 8UMMEB DEY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDBEN'S FUBNI8H
ING8, NOTION8, &c.
We will endeavor to keep up to our standard of
tho lowest prices for relia^lo goods.
AMOS B. 8LAYMAKEE,
mh31 No. 429 King street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
WM, MURRAY
517 KING STBEET, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Informs his customers that he a as received a
Supply of Spring&Suminer Goods
And is now prepared to furnish
SUITS IN ALL THE LATEPV STYLES
and on reasonable terms. ap23 ly
BRICKS.
3RICKSZ BRICKS!
THE ALEXANDRIA BRICK WORKS,
Situated on Hunting creek, are now propared to
receive ordors and deliver Bricks of all kinds
used in the trado on tho shortest notice. Apply to
M. B. HABLOW,
mh28 .* Secretary and Treasurer.
JUST RECEIVED.
A frch lot of
BEAR LITHIA WATEB
at
J. D. H. LUNT'3.
25c per gallon._mh31
JT^OOK AT THIS!
Best granulated Sugar, 5c.
" CutLosf, 6c.
" Powdered, 6:.
For salo at
apl J. C. MILBUBN'S.
FAIRS.
LADIES' FAIR,
Under the Auspices of
CHAMPION CASTLE, NO. 5,
KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE,
COMMENCING EAST EE MONDAY,
March 30th,
AND CONTINUING TEN NIGHTr,
?t Armorv HalL
GBEAT ATTRACTIONS, COMPRISING
OOMMANDEBY QBILLe,
TAUBOBINE DBILLS,
AND DANCING EVEEY NIGHT.
Other amu omouts will bo announced later on.
Ticketa 10c. Season tickets 50c. j'mhli) tap9
FINANCIAL.
OFFICE
of tue
"FIDELITY"
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
of Washington, D. C.
[Incorpor;ted uudor the laws of the Stato of Va.]
Best plan devised for securing a homo or for
saving money.
^?NO AUCTION OF MONEY.
Any amount loaned, ropayablc $13 per! onth
on each $1,000 fdv;acod. ($13 per month in?
cludes tho monthly dues on 5 sharos.) Shares SI
per month, maturing in 102 months, for $200.
Profit ?98.
NO BACK DUES BEQUIBED,
fcix por cent intorest allowed on special pay?
ments. Paid-up certificates for $100 issued at
$50 por sh wo. 5 por cent, per annum paid on
purcharo price Berni-annually.
OFFICERS.
Harrison Dingman, Prosidont.
George V7. Leach, Vice Prosic'ont.
0. T. Thompson. Treasurer.
Aloozo Tweedalo, Secretary.
Andrew Wall, Manager
Gen. J B. Smith, Attorooy.
Trustees?American Seen i v and Trust Com?
pany, A. T. Hritton, President. Depository?Can*;
tral > ;it i-'.r>.i Bai k. j
SAMUEL POLT OCK, Snperintei d< nt. !
N. E. tor Kiiii- ar.d F-i 'as ? . (up Btsim)i!
mh4_
ALEXANDRIA BRANCH
or the
Ssntliera BiilrliBsr aud Lnu Association
OF KNOXV ; I,E, TENN.
J. S. B. THOMPSON.Pro?ldont
DIBEOT )B&
HarrieSmoot, John F.Tackett,
Laurence Stabler, Milto B. f'orry,
George K. Hinken.
B. F. Knox, S<e. & Troai. J. <s. M ^>r*.on, Atty.
This branch is strictly undor oc?l ma agt mont.
Tho monr-7 paid in by local members is guaran?
teed tobe loaned i n Alexandria. I ho shares of,
stork represent $100, pax aim , u ? tho cost Is $1
per i biro forth-- first mtntl , an 60 cants per
share monthly thereafter, Oividonds are dcclar-;
ed quarterly, and the stoca will pay out in six
years at tho rate of dividends now being made.
This association also issues paid-up steck at $51
per sharo A cash dividend of six per cent, per
annum, payab'o ?eini-i.nnualiy, will t o paid. At
tho end of six orsevou years tho stock will h-wo
matured, and thn mcmbar then draws $100 from
the Hsscciatiou tor each $50 bo has ii vested, bo
sides the annual ?ix per cent. Tho company will
cash sucb stock at any time with 0 per cent, int?
orest thoronn.
For stock, or information as'o this as* eiation,
apply to B. F. Knox, 128 south Fairfax street.
feb20 tf_
ENDOWMENT
BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
SHADES, PAB VALUE, $100.
Subscription fee, $l per sharo
Monthly dues. 80 cents per sharo.
Shares to mature in about six yoars, making
23% per cent, interest per annum u;>o:t the amount
invested.
Thoeo who doiirc stock or information concern'
ing the company can apply to
FBANK E. CORBETT, Prcsidont, or
A. A. WABFIELD. Secretary,
Cor. King Mid Fairfax stroets.
Money loaned on real csUto.
Attention iscallod to paid up sharos at $65 oach
at a good paying investment. Par valuo $100, on
which tho holdor is octitlcd to withdraw ont of
tho profits of tho fund four percent, porannnrn
on tho par valuo of tho pharos in somi-annual in?
stalments, after llio ten-year guaranty has boon
provided for at not exccediiiir 4% por cent, intor?
est; the balance of tho profits remaining being ap
pliod to mature tho shsres in a shorter period
than ten years._ nov8 tf
"A PENNT SA VED IS A PENNY GAINED."
Alexandria Savings Bank
OFFICE 421 KING STREET.
INTEBE8T ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, pay?
able semi-annually in CASH.
Deposits of 10 cent; or moro recoivod.
Money to loan in small sum3 on roal cetsto or
other good security.
MANAGERS.
John B. Zimmerman, Julian T. Burko,
E. 8. Lcadbeator, George Wise,
Worth Hulfiah, D. N. Bust,
L. E. Uhler, E. W. Avoxy,
octlO tf Charles King. ?_
FIBST HATIOHAL BAMK
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
CORlfEE LEE AND PEINCE STREETS
8. FERGU80N BEACH, r f OHAS. B. HOOFF,
Prcsidont. j ( Cashier.
Prompt attention given to ail business, includ?
ing collections throughout tho United States and
Europe._;_ap4
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AUCTION SALES.
TBUSTEES SALE OF LAND IN FAIBFAX
COUNTY.
By virtue of a dood of trus? from Frederick F.
Foote and wife, datod January 19,1SS9, rocordod
in tho Clerks office of tho County Court of Fairfax
county, Virginia, in liber H, No. 5, folio 425, and
by direction of tho parties secured theroby, tho
undersigned will offor for sa!o at public auction,
in front of tho promiso?. in tho village of Falls
Church. Fairfax county, Va , at eleven o'clock on
THURSDAY, tho 16th DAY OF APBIL, 1891,
tho following described valuable rosl estate: via:
A CEBTA1N TBACT. PIECE OB PABCEL OF
LAND situate, lying and being in tho village of
Falls Church, in tho county of Fairfax, and State
aforesaid, and bounded and described as follows;
viz: Beginning at tho centre of tho county road,
on tho south lino of the Middle turnpiko ; thecco
along tho lino of paid turnpiko o?st to tho lot for?
merly occupiei by tho widow Barlow; thonco
south along the line of said wilew lUrlow's lot,
ono hundred and fifty-four fcot; thonco west to
tho centre of said county road ; thenco along the
centre of said county road to the placo of begin?
ning, being a portion of tho lot of land known as
tho COMMON SCHOOL HOUSE lot, and being
the samo piece or parcel of land which was con?
voyed to the ftiid Frederick P. Footo by J. W.
Hubboll and Elizabeth Hubboll, his wifo, by deed
boaring dato on tho twentioth day of Soptembo-,
1877, and duly recorded tn tho Clerk's otlico of
tho County Court of Fairfax cjunty in liber V,
No. 4, folio 266.
Terms of Salo: Cash as to tho sum of $991.58,
with intorci'. on $972.12, part therocf, from Jan?
uary 39th, 1889, and an additional sum sufficient
to pay tho costs of thesile; and ifthoro bo any res?
idue of said purchass. the saraoshsll bo mado pay
ablo at such time, and ho secured in such niannor
as the said Frederick F. Foote, his executors, ad?
ministrators or assigns, shall proscribo and direct,
or in case of hi3 or thoir failure to givo such di?
rection at tho time and placo of Balo, thon upon
such terms as tho undersigned shall think fit, and
mako knowa and announco at tho timo and place
of sale. Conveyancing at tho cost of the pur?
chaser. FBANCIS L. SMITH,
ap2 te _Trustee.
By B. T. Lucas. Auctioneer.
BY VIETUE OF A DECREE of tho Corporation
Court of tho city of Alexandria, Virginia, en?
tered on tho 10th day of March, 1891, in tho
chancery suit of Ernest E. Murray, guardian, &c,
vs Botay Myors ot al., tho undersigned, special
commissioner thoroin appointed, will, by public
auction, in the city of Alexandria, Va., on
SATOEDAY, tho 11th day of April, 1891,
at 12 o'clock m., iu front of tho Boyal stroet en?
trance to tho Market Building, offor for salo tho
following proporty; to wit:
ALL THAT LOT OF GBOUNI) situatod on tho
east sido of Peyton, south side of .' rinco and north
side of Commerce street, fronting on Poyton
street 325 feet, more or less; on Commerce strict
.'!0O foct, moro or lesj, und on Prince stroot L25
feet, more or less.
Terras : Ono third of tho purchase mi uoy to bo
paid i:i a?h. and tho residue thereof to bo paid in
two equal instalments at six a: d twelve months
from tho dato of s?*id salo ; tho deferred piiymouts
to boar ink-rest from the day of gale at six per
centum per annum ; tho purchaser or purchasers
to givo his or tlirMr notes for tho samo; tho title to
be retained nntil tho whole of the purchase mon?
ey is paid, and all conveyancing to bo at tho ox
penso of the purchaser or purchasers
K.KEMPEE,
Special Commissioner of Sale.
Alexandria, Va., March 25, 1891.
I, John S. Beach, Clerk of tho Corporation Court
of tho city of Alexandria, Va, cortify that tho
bond required in the ibovo cause, h'.s been duty
executed. JOHN 8. BEACH,
mh26 2w Clork.
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FOR SALE AN D RENT.
TTENTION! ATTENTION!
GoodGhance to Secure aHorne
Now is tho Timo to Buy Alexandria Proporly.
MONEY TO LOAN ON EEAL ESTATE.
Money Fccuroly Invested for Parties Doairing to
Invest.
A LAFGE NUMBEB OF DESIBABLE LOTS
for salo on oaiy torms. Now is tho timo to buy.
Values of roal estate steadily on tho rise
CALL AND SEE
The ALEXANDRIA REAL ESTATE,
INVESTMENT, TRUST AND .
TITLE COMPANY,
_No. 102 8. Fairfax stroot.
T7ALUABLE BEAL ESTATE PEOPEBTY FOB
SALE.
I am authorized to offor at private ealoall of tho
roal ostato property belonging to tho lato Wm. L,
Padgett, deceased.
No. 1. A largo TWO-STORY FEAME STORE
HOUSE and DWELLING, with a largo two-story
brick building attachod; all in good ropair, being
tho residence of the lato Wm. L. Padgett, deceased,
on the south sido of King streot, between Wash?
ington and St. Asaph streets, No. G20; front on
King street 21 foet 6 inches, running back 100
feet. This.is one of the best locations for a retail
store in tho city of Alexandria.
WM. H. MAY, Tru3too,
No. 117 North Fairfax street, Alexandria, Va,
febl.3 2m_,
TTALUABLE BEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
ONE TRACT OF LAND, 446 acros, 2\ milca
from Alexandria on tho Mount Vornon road,
tho survey of tho Mount Vornon Avonuo passing
through the place. This proporty is well calcu?
lated for gardening and dairy purposes, being weU
watered, and has a frontage on tho Potomac Bivcr
of 2 miles; also unsurpassed scenery overlooking
both the cities of Alexandria and Washington.
Persons seeking investments will find it to their
advantage to examine this land.
2d. 124 ACRES and another of 52^ ACRES,
about 4 miles from the city, not far from the above
described property.
Perhaps there is no land on the market at this
time offering greater advantages to seekers of.
profit than the above named property. For do j
scription and terms apply to
Miss KATIE M. G. JOHNSTON
514 Cameron street
O'NEAL & LUNT, Real Estate Brokoru,
Or to No. 103 Fairfax 2t., bet. Cameron and King
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