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": %. XCII-N0.83. ALEXANDRIA, YA? TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 7, 1891 PRICE 2 CTsT"
MEDICINAL.
THE
(TRADE r^RK.)
FE-WORK OF AN EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
IS AN INSTRUMENT FOP. THE
Gurs of Disease Without Medicine
?I VSED on new theories <>f the cause end cur?
, i! deals with the electrical and magnetic
?f the body ?nri the gases surrounding
sphere, controlling those conditions
v l( \n uot electricity*
DISEASE i< dimply Impaired vitality. The
' wnstontly odds to the vitality and
l* nntnrc. ill iiiit u rc*h way, to throw
trouble. Nothing I* easier of proof than
,vitii this treatment, cures ore mode'rhich by
?Ho'tiiet Known means are Impossible.
ICI'TE CASES "( all kinds are mrcd In
hour- !?>? it* random use.
. c tenth the Intelligence and iwi-sovernuce de?
in irdluorv methods ?.f medication works
. CHRONIC CASES.
. inexhituMtible home t rent meat. ,
,;- fr'.n. people VOC K NOW j
. '? , further Information, call on or address |
ELECTROPOiSE,
"425 n. y. ave.. washington, d cl
..? ? c Grace St., Richmond., va
NOTICE
"OSITIVE CURE
?Bf1
FOR caiULLS. FEV Ell AND
MALARIA
Will pi siti rely BREAK CD Chi Is and "ever nf
UDE OF TW.NTY KOI"R HnVKS
1 |)(}3o cipsnles act dire;Uy upon ths liver, and
tt.:. i reate an appotito.
( 4! be obtained of the fol'owir.z frnggistsin
Alexandria. Va.. at 50c per box. or of Lewis C.
U > o manufacturer, 701 0th etroet n. w.,
l\ ?*, cr s<-nt by mail npon receipt
( Warfield & Hall, E. S. Loadboator &
L.Allen, John D.H. Lent, L. Stabler
D Hadsor, Chas. G. Lenc.cn r.nd W. T.
r -.:;.:h. _febl4 6m
Health is Wealth!
111
I mm
Di: E c. WTkst's Nervs and Brain Treat?
ment, ? ? oarat : ?< i specific for Elysteria, Dizzi*
nesE, Cotivn Bi >in, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Head?
ache, Nerv : ; Prostration csnscd by tho uso of |
lie* r tobacco Wakefalneets, Mt.ntil Depress*
ion, Softening of tho B ain rrsu'tii:;; in insanity
and eading I nn ?ry. decay and r.tath. Proma
turt- Old ?-e. Barrenness, Lo'-a of Powor
In etti or s r, :t-v duntary Losses r.nd Rpcrroator
rho ii' ti^C't *? v (iv. r-excrticn i>f iho bi in, .rlf
abns< or ovi r indulgence. V- eh hex c?^.:t*i;;ti one
nonth'i :. ??? loot .?.1.00 a box. t>r fix boxos for
$5.00 bv niH'l ti-oeaid on receipt of nrico.
WK GVARAXTEE SIX BOXES
to ruro any ease With each order received by ns
for "t boxes, accompanied *i;h $5.00, we will
send tho purchaser our written goaiantee to re?
fund t!i" money if thi> treatment rtors not cfLct a |
core. G .trr.: t >es issued < nly bv
< HARLES a JiEX3??Sf,
Druggist, 604 King street,
General Agent, Alexandria, Vs
JAPANESE
A guaranteed Cure for Tilea of vrhalovor
kind or degree-External, Internal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $100 a box; C boxes, $.0.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of price.
We guarantee to enro any casa of Piles.
Guaranteed and sold only by
E. S. LEADBEATER A URO..
Alexandria, Va.
BUILDING MATERIAL, &c.
S^OOT & CO.,
[.-'uccossors te J. Rector Smoot & ("?.,]
^mFlooring&Plani.igMill
Mann recto: reri c"
:?? ltd WINDOW FRAMFS, HO.T.D1NG3, &
Dop.1o-2 in
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH8, NAILS, LIME
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT.
NO. 35 NGXT1. ' . iON sr..
ALEXANDBIA; VIRGINIA.
Ttf-T.Tirr.bt-r d^livoro" ? bo rity^if*?._
J EN PERRY, M. B. PEERY.
Foro-.orly of Perry, Smoot & Co.
and Jas. Boctor Smoot & Porry.
PERRY & SON,
LUMBER MERCHANTS,
OFFIC E NO. 128 KINO ST.,
Alexandria, Virginia
Deaiors in Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Ce?
ment, Calcined Plaster, Li mo,
Hair, Nails, &c
Pressed 1 utuber kept -.it;d:>r rover sopS
[ESTABLISHED 69 YEARS.]
JOSIAH ? D. SMOOT k SOU,
OXAXSB zr
Lifer, Sigles, lite,
KiTT.S, LIMB,CEMENT.CALCINE5""' PLAHT.Ei?
&-x ?sc
^AircrACTUSEE Off
11 ?]NQ, DOOBS, SASH, BLINDS, FRAMES
. :. MANTELS, BRACKET?
.': ND ALL KINDS OF WOOS
>70EK.
Ofi ? and yard No. 21 north Union 3t. Factory
Noa, and 15 north Loe at., i.io?andria, Va.
? ?* .? charge tor dslivory in city. ianSS
FISH DEALERS.
f.EORWE E. PRICE A CO.,
dealers ih
FRESH AND SALTED PISH
Have i' -rfocted arrangotu>;nt3 for'thoir extoasivo
^ J?h buiiees? for the sptiug of 1S91. Tney will
ive Fish d,ily from the shores'of tho Poto
? i will supply consumers inftnantitics to
Wit e:ther frosh or salted, by experienced packers,
alouury orders solicited and astiafaotion tuaran
tocd 0
.Onrbrand of BARRELED FISH has always
B.ood No. l ia tho mtrket.
Termi?c. o. D., or best references.
R( ,, ? GEO. E. PRICE & CO,
d ?" 1 at Fairf&x street entrance and No. 3
" lioyal stroot ontrance City Markst, and Fish
?ouse Jfs. i (Wflwt?? TFi^ Wharf. [mh2 2m
PUBLISHED DAILY and TRI-WEEKLY
At the Gazette Siild'g.,310 & 312 Prince st.
Dally one year__._.8? 00 j
" Htx inonlan. 3 00
" One mouth .~. 50
Tri-Weekly one;yeu.4 00
" Slz:month8.2 (Hi
Three'ia oaths._.1 00
Contract advertlacrs.wlll not bo allowed to exceed their
space unless the excess la paid for at transient rates,
and under uo circumstances will they be allowed to
advertise other than their legitimate business In tho
Hpace contracted for.
All transient adverlfaninents must be paid for In ad?
vance.
Marriage and death aotlces most be paid for In ad?
vance.
Resolution? In BMMMfcun, of thanks, trlbutesof respect,
resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless ol
public concern, will only be printed In this paper as
ad ve rt I se mentx.
The Gazette office la connected with tho Telephone
Kxclmngo. Advertisements, orders for the paper,
news, or any Information or business can bo pent by
telephone.
(Kntered at the Pwstrftlco, Aioxanarla. Virginia, as
second-class matter, j
Hi Iomlishon was Tickled -Abe Hop?
kins) of B.-l^r Rtdge, Pa., returned from
Micb'gan a fuw day^ ago with a pair of j
backer?. No one on the ridge bud ever aaen
a badger, eo last Saturday Ab.: invited tho
neighboring woodernen to call around and
take & look at his pets. S^ven brawny men
met at Abe's place in the afternoon, and
each one bad a dec At hi- heeis. After they
had all tn>d wh?' they thought about the
new animals, Aba went to dipping a bole in
his chip yard. !? the hole he tet an empty
cati keg at a forty-five degree slant. The
top end waa open, end Ahe put one of the
badgers in I he keg and cflered to bet $3 to
$1 that no dog in the crowd could yank the
badger ont.
That ju-t tickled Hi Tomlinsoo clear to
the end of bis tees Hi had a red-eyed
white bulldog with him, and he said ho
guessed he would bet $1 that Snowball could
snatch the badger bald headed at the first
? unge. Abo covered tho money, and Hi Bet
Snowball on. Tbe bulldog sprang into the
keg up to bis middle, there was a lightning
Bpeed tussle for a minute, end ifae doe back?
ed out witb bis own blojd all over bis face
Hi urged him on again, arid the badger met
bin; balf way, clawed bim in the face and
eyes, aod mudo him turn tail, much to Hi'e
disappointment. Hi couldn't get Snowball
to tackle tbe badpor any more, although be
jerked bim np to the kea and ordered b!tr>
to fetch the ll'tle aoimal oui, and be owned
up beaten. The dog looked as if ho bad
been monkeying with a buzz saw, and Hi
allowed that the badger was quite a fighter.
Dave Arnold's terrier Prince wastba&ext
to dasb into tbe keg. He goc a sore head
in short order, yelled enough inlets than
thirty seconds, wild slunk away tr. grieve
over bis experience. Than Hank Busb put
up $1 and let hi$ hound R;aror bav6 a
-bake at the badger. Old Roarer didn't se
bis shoulders in the keg before the badger
tore a slit lo hid ncso, and he gave up licked
without another effort. The fan was kepi
up until all tbe dogs in the parry were rub
biDg their bloody nosej aod tho badger was
still in the heg. Abe was feeling good, for
he had ra?edio $7 from'bis vlsitora, bur Hi
Tornllnson wa not satisfied. He offered ?
bet Abe $5 even that Inside of aD hour be
ooo'd bring a dog that wjuId clean out tbe
badger, ard Abe tuck bim up.
When Hi returned be bud Bill Mumford'
dog Spot, half bu l.log aod balf coach dog.
Murnford bough; Spot in Texas, at.d heoaose
along to ?fn the sport. He :-ai i rb?.i Si> ?
had killed scores of coon?* aod woedobxeics
and that be hsd never bera worsted in *
tighf. Teen he set the dog w, and Su ?'?
dived into the keg like a shut, caught >h
badger ay the nrcs:. yanked it ou'. and wem
to .-baking it as ii it was" r\ rat. Toe badg? r
tore hi? hide in nyveral placep, but h? dld.-.'t
flinch a particle, and he key' trying to gel
tne badger by ibe. back. Toe blood flow
from each, and tiiey both roiled over and
over on tho chips. At last Spot got the bo'd
he had been working for, and within a min?
ute he broke badger's back, and shook it
tiil it was dead.
Lesinotok, Va., Jan. 17,1890.
Mr. A. K.Hau-kei:
Dear bir?When I require tho use of glasses I
wear your P?3tiscopic Orystalizod Lenpos. In re?
spect to brilliancy and cloarness of vision thoy
are superior to_any glass I have ever usod.
Bospoctfully." Fitzhcgh Lee,
Ex-6ovornor of Virginia.
Thoso famous lenses adjusted todofectivo vision
Hho drug store of L. STABLEE & CO.,
doclSJ eoly Alexandria, Va.
Bne&clen'n Arnica Salve
The Best Salts in tho world for Cuts, Bruises
Sores, Uicera, Salt Bheum, Fovor Sores, Tottor,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give porfoct satis
'action, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
hoT. For w?lo fc~ E. S. Le*dbeatcr & Bro.
Daily Line to Norfjlkanfl Fortress Monroe
THE NOEFOL&.' AND WASHINGTON STEAM?
BOAT COMPANY
will run :t DAILY LINE, ccmmcncing en Mon?
day, March 30, wi h their new and powerful iron
steamers
WASHINGTOlSr
and
NORFOLK,
leaving tho wharf at the foot of Princo street at
7:30 p. m. EeturrAEg, wii! leave Norfolk at
0:20 p. m.
Single faro $3. Bcnnd trin $5
P. B HOOE, Agent,
mh30 :?o. 2 Piinco street
Inland&SeaboardCoastingCo.
NOBFOLK AND FOl.TBESS MONBOE,
Connecting at Norfolk with the OLD jp? ^
DOMINION SIEAMSniP CO. FOEjs?SHRgS
NEW YOBK, and with tho CLYDE LINE EOB
PHILADELPHIA, and via these lines to all
points North and East.
KTEAMES
LADY OF THE LAKE
Loaves TUESDAY, THUBSDAY f.nd UN
DAY at 5:30 p m., from Roed's wharf
Fare $1.50. Bout d trip $2.50.
For further information apply to
novl8 F. A. EEED & CO., Agents.
M fj o J?iHL' II pm,self DR. HAMILTON".
I'JUbvh ntvi s?Wetheredville,i,3i::i=ert,)Md
(mh28 3m I
N
EW CODFISH just received by
aov8 J. C MILHUBN.
MEDICINAL.
j4 Doctor
Bill saved by always
keeping Simmons Liver
Regulatoi in the house.
If you have eaten any?
thing hard of digestion,
or feel heavy after meals,
or sleepless at night; if
yon lead a sedentary lifo
or are weakened bv the
strain of your duties; if
yon need ". cathartic to
relax the bowels; if you re- *
quire action on the Liver
tc relieve Indigestion;
if yo require something
tc purify the blood and
regulat the system; if
you are traveling in un?
healthy localities, or food
or watci does not agree
with you, a dose of
?Simmons Liver Regu?
lator will remove all
trouble.
Ex-Governor of oa., mm D.S. Senator
Joseph E. Brown says :
?*You arc at liberty to life my name '?
praise of Simmons Liver Itcgul.-itur. i
recommend it to everyone ns the. ?
preventive01 Fever iitid:Acue. It su:~ ?
cedes Quinine il tiikeu lit i
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETINGS.
AGENERAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE NOBT H WEST ALEX?
ANDRIA IMPROVEMENT COMPANY will be \
bold in tbo Board of Trede rooms on TUESDAY, |
tho 14th day of April, 1891, at 3 o'clock p. m.
By ordi r of tho Directors.
mhlO 2awtd GEORGE WISE, Fecrotary.
fllHE ANNUAL MEETING
L oftho
ST?CK HOLD BBS OF THE JANNLY CAR
COUFLING COMPANY
will ho held at tbo offico of tho compiny, Nos.
210-218 Kin? street, on WEDNESDAY, April
22d, 1891, at 12 o'clock m
ap3 td F. H. JAN NE f, President.
S
TOOKIIOLDEEV ME ET I SO.
Tito annual meeting of the sfeckhoder? e.f tho |
VIBGINfA IBt.'f-T SHIPBUILDING COMPANY,
for tho olection of r llbtors and the t ransactioa of
any other businoss that may csmabafore tho stock?
holders, will bo held at tho company's odico at
Alexandria, Va., APRIL 23, at Vi o'clock.
By order of tho Directors.
mh23 td CH \RLErf E. MOODY, ? ety.
CHINAWARE, &c.
.IP1
V.'e : how yuu
by ih< so cats
sanphs of th
newest styles
in Flint G ass
ws'O fn m tbi
factory of tb
Fj3!oria Gl?'
U .., B! d ajf tir
y>n. u<-cr
cireful exam'
nation of thi
productions of
tho best man?
ufacturers in
;his country,
mh2<5
that nothing excels this
ware, in it? finish and bril?
liancy. Wo aro tho sole
agents for tho fatrory in
this city, and ran offer you
very rtasonable prices. Tho
iico ombiaees all the usoful
Articles for tho tablo, of
which wo montion a few:
Cracker Jars, Berry Bowls,
Milk Jugs, Cream Pitchers,
Salts and Peppers, Wator
Bottlos, Tumblers, etc., etc.
Wo shall bo ploased to show
tho:o goods and invite an
early call.
E. J. MILLER & 80N.
CONFECTIONERS.
D. HARRY APPICH
(Successor to David Appich)
WHOLE8ALE AND BETAIL
Confectioner and Frnit Dealer,
525 KIXG STREET.
ALEXANDBIA, VIRGINIA
FINE FRENCH CANDIES AND FANCY
CAKES
A 8PECIALTY.
jaa9 tf
COCOA.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, iSgj
I.B?iR(xC0.'S
Breakfast
Cocoa
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
Absolutely JPure
and it is Soluble.
No Chemicals
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three times the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a chj). It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
BREWERIES.
EBBEST PORTNER
BREWING COMPANY'S
BOTTLED BEER,
FOR FAMILY USE,
SPECIALTY
BOOTS AND SHOES.
SPRINGG0008*
Wo arc receiving our Sprii g {.inds, which com?
prise the loading styles i i
FOOTWEAB.
Wo ein show a larger und bettor assortment!
than cvor, and offer LOW PlitCfS as induce-1
mont to buyers.
.<~>no of the latest styles which wo havo just re?
ceived is the
GENTS' PATENT LEATHEB BAL,
with fsncy rotting tops lhoy aro just tho thing.
Among tho miscellaneous articles to bo found at
our store are tho following ;
SANKEY'd LIFE oF LEATHEB, tho best
thing to presoivo shoo3 and mako them water?
proof.
? 'AMESON'S UNIVERSAL CREAM, to bright?
en un yonr patent leather fines and preventth m
from ciackine.
STAFK?KD's> JAPANESE SHOE POLi-H, the |
best polUh for ladies' fine fhoo?.
The INFALLIBLE OOBM CUBE. No cure, no
pay.
CAHIl.L'S PATE> T BBONZB and everything j
pertaining <o tho slrjo bii'-inrss. G.vo us a call.
F. FAFF dl XON,
roh 17 Jin 42-'t Kini: street.
VMh-.-i GOODS, NOTIONS, &c.
WE AGAIN placo our card boftiro the public,
invi'irg shfm to inspect our carefully se?
lected a ock of
i Pgj S 0 A *D 8UMM EB DKY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDBEN'S F?BNI3H
INGS, NOTIONS, &c.
Wo will on leavor to keep up to onr standard of |
tho low.-st pric.-o for roliaMo goods.
AMCS B. SLAYMAKEB,
mh3l No. -129 King street.
MERCHANT TA1L0KS.
WM. MURHA Y
517 KING CTBEET, ALEXA NDBIA, 7A.
Informs his customers that be nas recoived a
Supply of Spriflg&Sunimer Goods
And is now proparod to furnish
SUITS IN ALL THE LATE.0 V .STYLES
and on reasonable terms. ap23 ly
BRICKS.
BRICKS! BRICKS!
THE ALEXANDEIA BBICK WOEK8,
3ituated on Hunting crook, aro now propared to
receivo orders and doliver Bricks of all kinds
nsod in tho trade on the shortest notice. Apply to
M. B. HABLOW,
mh28 9 Secretary and Treasurer.
CARRIAGES CARRIAGES!
We have on hand tho largest stock of
NEW CAEBIAGES AND SPBING WAGON8
Ever offered for sale in Alexandria,
Which wo aro soiling as low as can be bought j
olsowhero. Come and see.
SUMMERS Sc BR0.3
119 SOUTH PITT STBEET.
sahll 3m
JUST BECEIVED.
A fro-b lot of
BEAB LITHIA WATFB
at
J. D. H. LUNT'S.
25c per gallon._mh31
J^OOK AT THIS 1
Bast granu'ated Sugar, 5c.
" Cut Loaf, 6c.
" Powdered, 6c.
For salo at
apl_J. C. MILBUBN'S.
FISH?Potomac Boe Herrine, Bloaters, Codfish,
Salmon, Smoked Halibut and fat Mackerel
for sale by
febl2 J. C. MILBUEN.
\ X\r\ bTEAM COOKED and DES8ICATED
I ixDV./ OATMEAL. Can be cookod in ten
i minutes. For sale ly
fobl2_J. C. MILBUEN.
DON'T MIS8 SEEING
SLAYMAKEB'S BABGAINS at
feb20_429 King street.
WINTEB GOODS, such as Comforts, Blankets,
Underwear, Ac., at cost at
febl6 SLATMAKEk'S, 429 King street.
VEBY FINE NEW ORLEANS MOLA83ES for
sale by fmhlli J. C. MILBUEN.
H
ELL'S LUNCH B13CUIT3, new and nice, for
sale by [novSJ J. C. MILBUEN.
_FAIRS._
LADIES' FAIR,
Under the Auspices of
CHAMPION CASTLE, NO. 5,
knigct3 of the golden EAGLE,
COMMENCING EASTER MONDAY,
March :30th.
AND CONTINUING TEN NTGHTr,
At Armory Hall?
GBEAT ATTRACTIONS, COMPRISING
COMMANDER? DBILL8,
TAMBORIN E DRILLS,
AND DAN? DSG EVERY NIGHT.
Other an,u Omenta will he announced later on.
Tickets 10c. 5?? rson ticVets 50c. fmhl 9 tap9
'A23CIAL.
OFFICE
"FIDELITY"
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
of Washington, D. c.
[Incorporated under tho !awj of tho State of Va.j
Best plan dovissd for securing a homn or for
saving Dionev.
?srr.o auction of money.
Any umonn'lor.ned, repayable $13 per mouth
on cich $1,000 advanced. !$13 per montU in?
cludes tho monthly dut^ on 5 shares.) Shares $1
por month, maturing in 202 months, for $200.
Profit $98.
NO BACK DUE'.} i>.
Six per cont. interest allowed on special pay?
ments. Paid-up certificates for ?100 is?uod at
$50 pur &!i..)o 5 por cent, per annum paid ta
purcbar-o pr'co scmi-snnually.
OFFICERS.
Harrison Dingm&n, Prosidont.
George W. Leach, Vico Prcsi^ont.
o. T. l'hompsos. Treasurer.
Alonzo Twoedale, Secret try.
Andrew Wall, Manager
Gen. j E. Smith, Attorney.
Trasteos?American Seen ity and Trust Com?
pany, A. T. Brilton, President. Depository?Cen?
tral National Burk.
SAMUEL POLLOCK, Superintendent,
n. E. cor. K'r.t: and Fairfax its. (up stairs).
mh4_ _
AtEX?ND?JA ?B?NGH
OF THE
WteBili anilLoaii Association
of KNOXViLLE, tenn.
J. S. b. THOMPSON.Pro idont
DIBKOT0B8.
Harri9 Smoot. John f. Tackett,
Laurenco Stabler, Millo i b. Perry,
George H. Hinken.
B. f. Knox, Stc cSt Trcas. J. K. M. Nerton, Atty.
This branch is strictly undor local management.
The moniy paid in by local members is gu*ran
tocd to bo loaned in Alexandria. ri bo shares of
stock represent $100, par r?ln >, and thoco.it
per share for th-- lir.-t mcnth. and CO cents per
sharo monthly tb'rvaftcr Di vidends aro decl?r
ed quarterly, and the wil v out in six
yoars at the rat? of divid .ml- >
This association also i-siies p*id-up s:ock st $51
pcrsharo A cash dividend of six p-r rout, por
annum, payable semi tnnualij .. t>e paid. At
the end of six or so von years th stoi wiil have
matured, ar.d th merobsr then draws 5100 from
the association lor each $50 ho has uvested, bo
sides the annual six per cent, Th company 'fill
cash such stuck at any time with 6 pox cont. int?
erest thoroou.
For stock, or inform tticn as i hi i as ??< iution.
apply to b. f. Knox, 128 south Fairfax street.
re?>20 tf
ENDOWMENT
BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
SHARE?, PAE VALUE, $100.
Subscription :eo. ?! per shar.t.
Monthly dues, SO cents por iharo.
8hare3 to maturo in about six years, making
23'fe per cent, intorost per annum upon thcamount
invested.
Thof.o who do-:ire stoeit or information concern,
ing tho company cm apply to
FBANK e. CO!'.bett\ President, or
A. A. WAiiFIELD, Secretary.
Cor. King and Fairfax streets.
Menoy loaned on real estate,
Attontion is called to paid up shares at .$85 each
at a good paying investment. Par valtto $100, on
which tho boldor is or.titled to withdraw out of
tho profits of tho fund four percent, per annum
on tho par value of tho shares in soi;)i-annnal in
stahuents, after tho ten-year guaranty haa boon
providod for at not exceeding -lVj por cont. inter?
est ; tho b&lanco of tho profits remaining being ap
pliod to maturo tho eharcs in a shorter poriod
than ton yoars. nov8 tf
"A PENNY SAVED IS A PENNY GAINED."
Alexandria Savings Bank
OFFICE 421 KING STREET.
INTEBEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, pay?
able somi-annually in CASH.
Deposits of 10 cents or more received.
Money to loan in small .-rams on real estate or
other good security.
MANAGERS.
John R. Zimmerman, Julian T. Burke,
E. 8. Ltadbcator, Goorgo Wiso,
Worth HulfiBb, D. N. Bust,
L. E. Uhlor, e. W. Avory,
octlO tf Charles King.
JUL.
ALEXANDEIA, VA.
CORNER LEE AND PRINCE STREETS
8. FERGUSON BEACH,) f CHAS. R. HOOFF,
President. J ( Cashier.
Prompt attention given to all business, includ?
ing collections throughout tho United States and
Europo._a_p4_
B2H02n wk2at, r -. B. LAStSSBT,
Pr?sident. j Cashier.
?' National Bank.
Capital $m8,fl?8. Sorplns $20,888
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PEG2ZPTLZ
EZmiTED
???*&LL 51Z<32 0? ISTZSTISSB X 5S0UB1TI21
A SPECIALTY.
DiBEcroas?b( Wheat, E. l. D&ingerAeld, P. B.
Hooe, John Porry, F. L. Smith._ap4
Burke & Herbert,
BAMERS aiQBBOKERS
dzalzbs nr
Government Bonds
LOCAL STOCKS AND ALL FIRST CLASS
RAILROAD BONDS AND OTHEB
GOOD INVESTMENT
SECURITIES.
myS BURKE & HERBERT.
AUCTION SALES.
rTUtUSTEES SALE OF LAND IN FAIEFAX
? COUNTY.
By virtue of a deed of trust from Frederick F.
Footeand wife, datod January 1!). 1SS9, recorded
in the Clerkj office of tho County Court of Fairfax
county, Virginia, in libor H, No. 5, folio 128, and
by direction of the partic-1 secured thereby, tho
undersigned will offer for sale at public auction,
in front of the promise*, in tho village of Falls
Church. Fairfax county, Va , at olovon o'clock on
TH?BSDAY, tho 16:h DAY OF APBIL, 181)1,
tho following described valuable ro?l estate; via:
A CEBTAIN T?ACT. PIECE OR PAECEL OF
LAND situate, lying and boing in the villago of
Falls Church, in the county of Fairfax, and Stato
aforesaid, and bounded and described as follows;
viz : Beginning at tho cenr.ro of the county road,
on the south line of tho Middle turnpike ; thonco
along tho lino of raid turnpiko oast to tho lot for?
merly occupiel by the widow Barlow; thonco
sonth along tho lino of said widow B?rlow's lot,
one hundred and fifty-four foot; thenco west to
tho contro of said county road ; thenco along tho
centre of said county road to tho place of begin?
ning, being a portion of tho lot of land known as
tho COMMON SCHOOL HOUSE lot, and boing
the samo piece or parcel of land which was con?
veyed to the faid Frederick F. Footo by J. W.
Hubboll and Elizabeth Hubboli, his wife, by deed
bearing date on tho twontioth day of Hoptcmbo',
1877, and duly recorded tu tho Clerk's office of
the County Court of Fairfax county in liber V,
No. 4, folio 266.
Terms of Salo: Cash as to tho sum of $994.58,
with intercs'. on ?972.12, part thorocf, from Jan?
uary 19th, 1889, and an additional sum sufficient
to pay thoccsts of the sale; and if thoro bo any ros
iduo of said purchssj, tho jamoHhul! bo mado pay
ablo at such timo, and he secured in such mannor
as tho said Frederick F. Footo, hio executors, ad?
ministrators or assigns, shall prescribo and direct,
or in caso of his or thoir failure to give such di?
rection at the timo and place of salo, then upon
such terms as the nndorsigned shall think fit, and
make known and announce at the timo and pkaco
of sale. Conveyancing at tho cost of tho pur?
chaser. FE ANCIS L. SMITH,
ap2 ts _Trnstoo.
By E. T. Lucas, Auctioneer.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECEEE of tho Corporation
Court of tho city of Alexandria, Virginia, on
torcd on tho 10th day of March, 1891, in tho
chancery suit of Ernest E. Murray, guardian, Ac,
vs Botsy Myors ot al., tho uudorjittucd, special
commissioner therein appointed, will, by public
auction, in tho city of Alexandria, Va.. on
SATURDAY, tho 11th day of April, 1891,
at 12 o'clock m., in front of tho Boyal street en?
trance to tho Market Building, offer for salo tho
following property; to wit:
ALL THAT LOT OF OBOUND situatod on tho
caU sido of Peyton, aouth side of i'riuco and north
side of Commerce street, fronting on Poyton
strcot 325 feet, moro or less; on Commorco strcot
.'iOO feet, more or Ices, and on Prince streot 125
foot, more or less.
Terms : One third of tho purchase money to bo
paid in cash, and tho residue thereof to bo paid in
two equal instalments st six and twolvo months
from tho dato of s'id salo; tho deferred paymouts
to boar interest from tho day of sale at six por
contnm por annum ; tho purchaser or purchasers
to givo his or their notes for tbo ssnio; tho titlo to
bo retained until tho wholo of tho purchase mon
oy is paid, and all convoyancing to be at tho ex
pouso of the purchaser or purchasers
K.R.EMPEB,
Special Ccmmissionor of Salo.
Alexandria, Va., March 25, 1891.
I, John S. Beach, Clerk of tho Corporation Court
of tho city of Alexandria, Va, cortify that tho
bond requited in tho abovo causo, 1ns baon duly
executed. JOHN S. BEACH,
mh26 2w Clerk.
mii SALE 'xtAD RENT.
TTENTION ! ATTENTION 1
OoodOhaiice to Secure a Home
Now is tho Time to Bay Alexandria Property.
MONEY TO LOAN ON EEAL ESTATE.
Money Securely Invested for Parties Desiring to
Invest.
A LARGE NUMBER OF DESIRABLE LOTS
for sale on ea^y terms. Now is tho timo to buy.
Valuos of real oatate steadily on t ho rise.
CALL AND SEE
The ALEXANDRIA BEAL ESTATE,
INVESTMENT, TRUST AND
TITLE COMPAN1,
_No. 102 8. Fairfax street.
ALUABLE EEAL ESTATE PBOPEETY FOB
V
SALE.
I am authorized to offer at private salo all of tho
roal cstato property belonging to tho lato Wm. L.
Padgett, deceasod.
No. 1. A largo TWO-STOBY FRAME STOBE
HOUSE and DWELLING, with a largo two-story
brick building attached; all in good repair, being
the residence of tho lato Wm. L. Padgett, deceased,
on tho south Btdo of King strcot, botweon Wash?
ington and St. Asaph Btrcota, No. 020 ; front on
King street 21 feet 0 inches, running back 100
fcot. This is one of tho best locations for a rotail
store in tho city of Alexandria.
WM. H. MAY, Trustee,
No. 117 North Fairfax street, Alexandria, Va,
feb!3 2m_?
XT ALU ABLE EEAL ESTATE FOE SALE.
ONE TRACT OF LAND, 446 acros, 1\ miles
from Alexandria on tho Mount Vernou road,
the survey of the Mount Vernon Avonuo passing
through the place. This property is well calcu?
lated for gardening and dairy purposes, being woH
watered, and has a frontage on tho Potomac Biver
of 2 miles; also unsurpassed scenery overlooking
both tho 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^ ACEES,
about 4 miles from tho city, not far from the abovo
described property.
Perhaps there is no land on tho market at thia
timo offering greater advantages to seekers of
profit than tho above named property. For do:
scription and terms apply to
Miss KATIE M. G. JOHNSTON
514 Cameron street
O'NEAL A LUNT, Real Estate Brokers,
Or to No. 103 Fairfax Bt,, bet. Camoron and King
aug27 T,T,AS,tf
?PIUM
and Whiskey Hahlts
cured at home with?
out pain. Book of par?
ticulars sent f'KKt'.
B.M.WOO LLE Y.M. D.
Office 101"4 Whitehall St.
IF YOUB CHICKENS ABE 8ICK,
TBY
LUNT'8 CHICKEN CHOLEBA CUBE.
Sold by all druggists and grocers._mh31
E CHILLS AND FEVEB
Try LUNT'S AGUE CUBE.
feb26 Price 50c per bottle.

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