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ViEiHCINAL
THE
IFE-WORK OF AN EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
:- an [nstbu3lent fob the
Cure of Disease Without Medicine
it v SED on ni i? theories ?>! the cause ami euro
: ralg wltii the electrical and tnairni'tlc
at!-! tin- MirrnumllnK
pi 're. eontrotlfng these ocuditlonj
l! I? um electricity.
i?t-I use I? 'imply Impaired vitality. The
.. constantly adds t.> the vitality ami
iinture, in nature'* ?uy, to throw
S thine easier of proof than
? - ".>atm<'in. eure.-, are tuaueyrhlch t?y
; i meaiu ore impossible.
?CI'TE C ISES "f all kinds are '-ure.1 !n
hour1 '?>'1!s random use.
, .? tenth the Intelligence ami perseverance de
rdlnsn methods ?X tneilieatia'i works
( tIKUXIC CASES.
KliaiiHtiblc home treatment.
- fr -I people YOC KNOW
? ? ? r Information, call on or address
ELECTROPOISE,
'425 n. y- avei, washington, d. c.
3 e gha:e St., Richmono., va
HILBIM'S POSITIVE CURE
IB CHILLS, FKVKB A KD
91 Ali ARIA
; sit.i rely BBEAK U.J -.'hi is and Fever nr
1 W.nty four HOC UK
tales act diroc.iy upun th? liver, and
i reate an appetite.
Cat :?? obtained of tho followiuc C7nggi=ts in
Meiaudi i Va.. at 50c per box. or of Lewis C.
U ? . so e visnufacturtr, 701 Gth street n. w.,
D nr s-nt by mail apou rn:?ipt
of price: ?Varfield & Hull, E. a. Lead beater &
; !. A?ou, J-.hn D. II. Lnut, L.St<iblor
D. E'J Ison, Com. O. Lcnncn nnd W. T.
:-_fcb!4 6m
Health is Wealth!
Db E - Nerve and Bba.in Treat
If ext, a guaranteed specific for Hyetena, Dizzi?
ness, Convn si -. Fits, (fervoas Neuralgia. Head
ariie, Nervous Prostration rsttsed by tho nso of I
alcobol or tobacco Wakefulness, Meutnl Depress?
ion, Softening of tho IJ-atn resulting in insanity
k- I eadiog to misery, decay nnd rliath, Proraa
tore "Id ige, Parri-nnvh?, L^'t? of Power
In either brx, Involuntary Losses and Wpermator
r . c used by ov r-exortion of tho breio, reif
abas.? over indulgence. E-.ch ho* ftontslns one
r uth's ti iitment $1.00 a !>cx, or nix boxcB for
$5.00 -i t!' bv tn>i:l prepaid on receipt of i>rioo.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
case W:ib ( ?ich order rfceived by us
accompanied with $5.00, wo will
lei purchseer o r written uRaiauteo to ro?
ta raoi ey if th:> treatment foes not eff-.ct a
euro. Guarantees issuod i nly bv
CHAKLES ? LE-?3?K.
ih-tigcist, 604 King etroot.
General Agent, AloxHndria, Va.
A guaranteed Curo for Tiles of whatever
kind or degree External, Internal, Blind
or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or
Hereditary. $1.00 n box; C boxen, $5.00.
Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of price.
We guarantee to euro any case of riles.
Guaranteed and sold only by
E. S. LEADBEATER ?t DISO..
Alexandria, Va.
BUILDING MATERIAL, &c.
[ESTABLISHED 69 YEARS,]
JOSIAH H. D.MOOTA SON,
DE ai ee ZT,
Liter. Siiiles. Lai,
HAI L..V LI HE, CEMENT. CALCINED I'LA 8TK S
Ac. A*. 6a,
MAjrrjyAcrr ui.i?? or
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS. FRAMES
! iTJLDl RGB, MANTELS, BRACKETS
i N!) ALL KINDS OF WOOv'
WORK.
I '-tvrd No. 21 north Union st. Factory
Nos. 13 and 15 north Leo St., Alexandria, Va.
,t?-No charge for dolivory in city. j?n29
"SM?'?T & CO,,
[Successors to J. Bector Smoot A Co.,]
StearaFlooring&PlaiiiugMill
Manufacturers o!
? ! and WINDOW FRAMF8. MOLDING,?, A
Doalers in
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME j
LCINED PLASTER and CEMENT.
NO. 25 NOZTE UXIOS ST.,
ALEXANDRIA. VIR0INTA
?5-Ln.mber rlolivere-* - the city fr^c
HR PEEBY, M. S. PEBBY.
lerly of Perry, Smoot & Cc.
Jas. Boctor Smoot APorry.
PERRY & SON,
OFFIC E XO. 12S KIMG ST.,
Alexandria, Virginia.
Dealers in Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Ce?
ment, Calcined Plaster, Lin:?,
Hair, Nails, Ac.
d Lumber kept nndor covor. eep5
FISH DEALERS.
<it:oiC?E E, PRICE 4:;CO.,
DEALERS IX
FRESH ?ND SALTED FISH
H&vo psrfected arrangomout3 for thoir extensive
t iih business for tho spring of 1S91. They will
recsivo Fish d'tily from the shores'iof tho Poto?
mac, tied will supply conaumors injquantities to
her f rosh or salted, by experienced packers.
U.Country orders solicited and satiafao'iion gaaran
Onr brand of BARRELED FISH has; always
*tw>; No. i in tho mark6t>
ie:m?-c. 0. D., or best references.}
R. GEO. E. PRICE & CO,
???.Ii No. 1 at Fairfax Btreet entrance and No. 3
m ?oyal Btreet entrance City Markst, and Fish
Utuse K?. 1 C??ntaatV* Vsh Wh* f. [mh2 2m
ante ?i)tk
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TRI-WEEKLY
At the Gazette BeiJd'g.,310 & 3114 Prince st.
Dally one year-?.86 (O
" Six months_. 8 00
" One month-._. 50
TrMYcckly one?year.4 00
" Kir." month*.2 imi
' Throo mouths.?. 1 00
Contract advcrtlaora^rlll not be allowed to exceed their
space unlcan tho eieca? I? paid Tor at transient rate*,
and under DO circumstances will they be allowed to
ad vertigo other than their legitimate buslne-js In tho
BDMe contracted for.
Ail transient adverlSwnests must be paid for iu ad?
vance.
MarrlaKO and deeth botlces mnst bo paid for la ad?
vance.
Resolution" In mostsAun, of thanks, tributes of ref pect.
resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless ox
public concern, will only bo printed In this paper as
advertisement*.
The Gazette oCioo la connected with the Telephono
Kxchantte. Advortiteruerit?, orders for tho paper,
news, or any tafbrr-%t!on or buHinesa can be eent by
telephone
'Entered at the PsstjSico, Alexandria. Virginia, a?
matter.!
A Strange Story of a Dream
It was Bomaiima i:i to* spring of 186G,
pay:i :he Atlanta Journal, that Jj'.hro Jack?
son wei;t io R:taoa to look for tbe grave of
hU son, who vva^ killed in baitle. Like
maoy others, be wished to find the remains,
and to take them to GtifJQn and inter them
in tbe family burying giouutl. Tie com?
rades who laid young J-iokson to rose geve
the father a description of tbe spot vrh^re
they bad burlpd bim. telling him about the
? ude pine ojffiu madt? from the b iards teken
from tbo bridge. Af.or many date of tire?
less search, Mr. Jackson fails-d to ioc;>tn hie
pon't? grave, ?od retainer] tu bU domo in
G iffin. A fvw nights after bis rtvurnbet
dreameti chat bid son came to him and
pointed out the spot where be was buried
The dre-m was lifca a vision. Ho saw hie
son etan Msg bpslde his bod and !:? a-r. him
eay : "Father, I om bnried nnder a mound
whicb was tbrowu up by the Yankees after
I was kiile<d. You wi i know tbe mound
when you see it by the pukeberry bushe
growing upon it. Go and tak? me up and
carry me h-me to mother." 8) strong an
imprs-priou did this dream make Dpon Mr.
Jackson that he returned at ouce to Rs?aca,
taking with him one of the comrades who
had buried bis son. The. mom d was found
just as described in tbe dream, and the pokt
berriea were growing upon it. An excava?
tion was made, and a faw feet below tbe
earth the rough pine coffin was iound, and
in it were tbe rema'ns of young Jacket n.
He was folly identified, not only by the cof?
fin aod tbe shoos, wbicb wore a present
from the father, but;by tbe name which rvas
on the clothing.
Cheating at Cabd3 ?Oa a very moder?
ate estimate, out of every hundred men who
play bigb et games of pure chance, at least
three coeat, and out of every hundred wo?
men at least six. They do not always cheat,
but every now end tnen, when they thick
ibat oo one is looking, they, as the Ameri?
cans say,'play with the advantages." If
oue will take the trouble to count up the
number of per?or:B wbo live year after year
f>r above their incom p, and who play he
d:DH.lv at gimes of chance, and yet are
never in debr, he will perceive that they
must cheat, for at no game of pure chance
c>.n auy habitual player win year after
yr ar.
It iB sirapiy impossible, if hn does not give
himself hodjs little ar!vbd;ugo over his opp >
nentp. Tbo advantage, however, need not
ne above 2 or 3 per dent, for him to raftkea
gord thing out nf hla playing. Af. baoo-irat
for instance, a Dstson playivg ?10 each coop
wou'd stake In an hour at leest ?300, and 2
per cent, of fh s would insure him ?G per
hour. If he p!aye frequently the luck of one
hour would balance the III luck of another
bour, so that were be to play two hundred
hours in the year hi^ annual reveens from
card? would he ?1,200.?London Truth,
Shaving the Baby.---Mr?. J^mus Mac
Nerney, of K^rrsvllle. N. J., iefc her three
children, aged nine, seven and two and a
half, at home while she went to the store
Saturday. When she returned she found
tbe youngest lying oo the door oovered witb
blood, with a rczor by her side. Tne child
was very weak from th3 Idpb of blood,
tbcugb not dead. Her little faC3 wa? one
coae* of cuts, at-d in Ihn ceck wa-< a huge
gash that came wuhin a iittle of cutting the
jugular vtin. The other children were fin?
ally discovered in a clo?et fast asleep, their
little hands covored with bloot?. Tbey ex?
plained to their mother tbat tbey had been
playing barber and trying to shave tbe baby,
wbo would not keep still, and bo wsb cut.
Tbey became f.-lftbtcned at tho blood and hid
themselvee. The baby's wounds weredreeeed,
and ahe will recover, though she may bave
two or three bad scars on her facr. Here?
after, the razor in that house will be pat out
cf reacb.
Lksikgtoh, Va., Jan. 17,1890.
Mr. A. K. Hatches:
Dear fcir? When I reqniro tho use of glasses I
wear yonr Pa '.tiscopic Cryatalizeid Lenses. In re?
spect to brilliancy and clearness of vision thoy
are euporior to any gla^3 I have over u3od.
Rospocifsili*. FiTziiCGH Lee,
Ex Govornor of Virginia.
Thoso famous laatoo adjast-cl rodofoctive vision
tthe drug st?r? of L. STABLER & CO.,
dec tu ecly Alexandria, Va.
a3t Attractive
Coinblucd POCKET ALMANAC
and MEMORANDUM BOOK
advertlstnp; BROWN'S UtO.\' BITTERS
the best Tonic, Kiven away at DruK and
general stores. Apply at once.
FOR OTER FIFTY YEARS.
An Old Ahd Well-Tried Remedy?Mtp.
Wiaslows 8 othing Syrup h?s been used for over
Fifty Years by Mi?ions of Mothers for thoir Chil?
dren While Teeiking, with Perfect Success. It Soothes
the Child, Softens the Gum, Allays all Pain; Cures
Wind Colie and isthobest remedy for Darrhaa.
Sold by Druggists in every p?rt of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mn. Winslow'e Soothing Syrup, and
t*k? atkai kind Twenty-five cents a bott'o.
Buektea'8 Arnica Salve
The Bkst Saltb in tho world for Cuts, Bruises
Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, 1 otter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin
Eruptions, and poeitivelv cures Piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis?
faction^; money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. Fa? a?lo ??- s. g. Leadbeater A Bro.
BISHOP'S RELIABLE COUGH CUBE. For
sal* by
oet?? WM. T. SMITH.
corsets.
What would you- like
?in the way of a corset?
Something that's easy and
comfortable, with "bones"
that can't break or kink, and
soft eyelets that won't rust or
cut the laces?something that
clasps the figure closely, but
yields to ever}- movement?
Then you want the Ball's
Corset. If you find that you
don't, after wearing for two
or three weeks, you have
only to return it to us and
get your money back.
For sale b> ISAAC EICBBERG.
stockholders' meetings.
AGKNKBAL M FETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF TH B N< >R'i H WEST ALEX?
ANDRIA IMPBOVEMENT COMPANY will bo
he'd in the Board of Tir do rooms on TUESDAY,
the 14r,li day of April, 1891, at 3 o'clock p. m.
By order of the Directors.
mhlO 2awtd GEOKGE WISE. Secretary.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING
-L of the
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE .TANNE Y CAR
COUPLING COMPANY
will ho held at the office of the corop<ny, Nos.
21(>-218 King street, on WEDNESDAY, April
22a, 1891, at 12 o'clock m.
an3 td_F. H. JANNE f, Preeident.
gTOCK HOLDERS' MEETING.
Tho annual mootine of tho stockholder' of the
VIRGINIA I EON .SHIPBUILDING COMPANY,
for the oloction of oflicers and the transaction of
any other business that may c;.mc before thostock
holders, will ho held at the company's office at
Alexandria, Vs., APRIL 2:1, at o'clock.
By ordor of tho Directors.
mh23td CHARLES E. MOODY, Srcty.
chinaware, &c.
We t-how you
by tin so ctits
samples of tho
newest styles
in Flint G.ass
waro frc m the
ftctc rv of the
Fos'.oria Glaaf
i;o.,and a*gun
you. after *
cirefnl exami
nation of tho
productions of
tho bost man?
ufacturers in
t'iis country,
that nothing excels this
waro in its finish and bril?
liancy. Wo aro tho sole
agonts for tho factory in
this ciry, and can offer you
vory reasonable pricos. Tho
iino embiaccs all the useful
articlos for tho table, of
which wo montion a few :
Cracker Jars, B?rry Bowls,
Milk Jugs, ('roam Pitchers,
Salts and Peppors, Wator
Bottlos, Tumblers, etc., etc.
Wo shall bo ploascd to show
tho;o goods and lr.vite an
early call.
mh2G E. J. MILLER & SON.
confectioners?
D. HARRY APPICH
(Successor to Dayid Appich)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Confectioner and Fruit Dealer,
525 KW? STREET,
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA
FINE FRENCH CANDIES AND FANCY
CAKES
A SPECIALTY.
jaa9tf_
"cocoa.
GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 18&
|W. Baker & Gd.'s
breakfast
Cocoa
from which tho 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 cup. 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.
DRY GOODS.
OPENING
fa Spring Goods Daily
?AT?
BENDHEIM'S.
Will mention a few lato arrivals, which we con?
sider excellent bargains:
1 caso of FINE DRESS GINGHAMS, 8c per
yard.
Two (2) Cases 5-4 BLEACHED MD8LLN,
extra good quality, in lengths from 1 to 5 yards,
at 10c per yard.
One (1) case 4-4 ANCH02 BE AND BLEACH?
ED M?SLTN, 1 to 6 yards, at 8c por yard.
250 yards OILED TABLE DAMASKS, suprlior
quality and choico patterns 50c: per yard.
500 yards beautiful stylos OUTING FLAN?
NELS, 8 to 12 yard lonuths, 10c por yard.
NEW DRESS GOOD--, NEW GINGHAMP,
NEW PRINTS, NEW WHITE GOODS, NEW
EMBROIDERIES. NEW LiCE'i, NEW nOSIE
BY, NEW GLOVES, NEW C0R3ETS-in fact
have maio new additions to all of our varied de?
partments, and havo marked tho same r.t soiling
prior ?.
Invite yenr inspection. No trouble to show
goods.
D. Bendheim,
?16 KIIYG STREET.
STJSAME??
THE NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAM?
BOAT COMPANY
will run :i DMLY LINE, commencing on Mon?
day, March 39, with their new and powerful iron
steamers
WASHINGTON
AND
NORFOLK,
leaving tho wharf at tho foot of Prince street at
7:30 p. m. Rotnrning, will IojiVo Norfolk at
(5:20 p. m.
Single fare $3. Bcur.d trio $5
P. R HOOE, Agent,
mh30 No. 2 Prince street
Inland&SeaboardCoastingCo.
NORFOLK AND FORTRESS MONROE,
Connecting at Norfolk with the OLD jt? ^
DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. FOBj^BSK
NEW YORK, and with tho CLYDE LINE FOR
PHILADELPHIA, and via these linos to all
points North and East.
STEAMER
LADY OF TBE LAKE
Leavos TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUN?
DAY at 5:30 p m., from Rood's wharf.
Faro $1.50. Roui d trip $2.50.
For further information apply to
nov!8 F A. REED & CO., Agonts.
BREWERIES.
ROBERT POBTHER
ER BEER.
BOTTLED BEER,
FOR FAMILY LSF,
-A- SPECIALTY,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, Ac.
WE AGAIN place our cird before tho public,
inviting them to inspect our carefully se
HPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDBEN'3 FURNISH?
INGS, NOTIONS, Ac.
We will endeavor to ke<-p up to our standard of
tho lowest prices for reliaMo coeds.
AMCS B. 8LAYMAKER,
mh3t No. 429 King street.
MERCHANT TA1L0US.
WM. MTTRRAT
MERCHANT TAILOR,
517 KING bT2E?T, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Informs his customers that he nas received a
Supply of Spriflg&Snmraer Goods
And is now prepared to furnish
8UTT3 IN ALL THE LATEPT STYLES
and on reasonable terms. ap23 ly
JpOB CHILLS AND FEVER
Try LUNT'3 AGUE CURE.
feb26 Price 50c per bottle.
FINANCIAL.
OFFICE
"FIDELITY"
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
of Washington, D. C.
(Tncorpor.- t:-d under the laws of the Stato of Va.]
B.-ist plan devised for securing a homo or for
siving money.
jar-NO AUCTION" r.F MONEY.
Any amonat ln:iurd, rcp-iyablo $13 por month
on each $1,000 advanced. (?13 per month in?
cludes tbo monthly dues on 5 shares.) Shares $1
por month,maturing in 102 months, for $200.
Profit $38.
NO BACK DUES EEQ?IBED.
Six per tout, interest allowed on special pay?
ments. Paid-up certificates for $100 issued at
$50 per eharo. 5 par cent, per aununi paid on
purchase price somi-annuallv.
OFFXOESS.
Harrison Dingmsn, President.
Gcorgo W. Leach, Vico President.
0. T. rhornnson, Troasurer.
Alonzo 7'wccdalc. Secretary.
Andrew Wall, Managor.
Gen. J. E. Smith, Attorney.
Tru=!eos?Ameriop.n Socu ity and Trust Com?
pany, A. T. Brittor, President. Depository? Cen?
tral National Rat k.
SAMFEL POLLOCK", Snperintondont.
N. Z,. cor. Ki:;.; und Fairfax stn. (ap stairs).
mh 4_
ALtxA?D?tA mm
OF THE
Southern Boilflina: and Loan Association.
OF EN OX YILLE, TEN N.
J. 8. B. THOMPSON.Pre-Idont
DI.'tnCT.lKH.
Harrio Smoot. John F. Tackott,
Linrenco Stablor, Milton B. Porry,
Gourde H. Hinken.
E. F. Knox, S. c & Treu. J M. Norton, Atty.
This branch ia strictly under 'ocal management.
The motiov paid in by local mcmb?ra ia guaran?
teed to be loaned in Alexandria '. he shares of
stock represent ?100, par Tain , *r:d tnocoat is SI
por (-hure forth-: fir->t month, and 60 cents por
sharo monthly thrrcHfior. Dividends are declar?
ed quarterly, and tho f.t.-.ck will r><iy nn; iu six
year-t at the rate of dividend* now being uado.
This ?s?ociario;< a!?o iasues paid-np stock at $51
per share. A cash dividend of six pei rent, per
annum, payablescmi-annnally, -.vi,, he paid. At
the end of six or sovon years the stock will hive
matured, ai.d Ih ? moinber then nr;?W9 $100 from
tho association for each $50 ho has invested, bo
sides tho annual six per cent. The company will
cash encli Bt.ock ar any tini' viih <J ;wr cent, int?
erest thereon.
For^tock. ? r inform: tion as *o this association,
apply to G F Knox, 128 south Fairtsx street
rob-20 tf_
END Q W ME N T
BUILDING- ASSOCIATION.
SHABES, PAB VALUE, $100.
Subsetintion loo, $1 Pit share
Monthly duet*. 80 conts per share
Shares to ruatur.- in about 3ix years, making
231fcpor cent. intoro3t per annum upop rhenmount
invested.
Those who do'ire btoci t.r information concern*
ing the company ct.u apply to
F2ANK F. COBBETT, President, or
A. A. WABFIELD, Secretary,
Cor. King and Fairfax --ircots.
Mcnoy loaned on real estate.
Attention is called to paid up shares at $65 oach
at a good paying investment. Par valuo $100, on
which thobolrtor is entitled to withdraw out of
iho profits of tho fund four percent, por annum
on tho par value of tho ."lures in ao i-i-annual in?
stalments, after tho ten-year KU'iranty has been
provided for at not exceeding -I1? por ceut. ir.ter
est; tho balance of the prrfits remaining le'n'r ap?
plied to mt.ture rhu ih<rrs in n shor ??- i- riod
than ton ye irs. _n -t 8 tf
"A PENNY SAVED IS APE NN l' G. 11 NED.'
A lexandria Savings Bank
OFFICE 421 KING STREET.
I NT EBEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, pay?
able eomi annunlly in CASH.
Doposits of 10 cont3 or more received.
Money to loan in small sums on real oatato or
othor good security.
M ANAGEBS.
John E. Zimmerman, Julian T. Burko,
E. S. Lcadbeatcr, Gcorgo Wiso,
Worth Hulfish, D. N. Bust,
L. E. Uhlor, E. W. Avory,
octlO tf Charles Kint;.
ALEXANDRIA, YA.
CORNER LEE AND PRINCE STREETS
S. FEBGCSON BEACH, ] f OTT AS. B. HOOFF,
Presidont. J \ Cashior.
Prompt attention given to all business, includ?
ing collections throughout tho United States and
Europe._?p4
BZZTOfTI WHSAT, j f E.
President. J Ca?ai?r,
Jaiiooa!
Capital $103,000. Sa
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY
RE Uli TED
^ALLKINDS 0? INVEST HEN 1" SI^CE. jl ? E3
ABPECIALTY.
DiBBOTOKS?B, Whoat, E. L. Daingorfield, P. E.
Hooe, John Perry, F. L. Smith._ap4
Burke & Herbert,
BAKERS aniBSOKERS
D2AL2BS IS
Government Bonds
LOCAL 8TOCK8 AND ALL FIBST CLASS
BAILEOAD BONDS AND OTHEB
GOOD INVESTMENT
8ECUBITIES.
my? 3UBKE & HEBBEBT.
BRICKS.
BRICKS! BRICKS!
THE ALEXANDRIA BBICK WOBKS,
Situated on Hunting creek, are now prepared to
receivo orders and deliver Bricks of ell kinds
osed in the trade on tho shortest notice. Apply to
M. B. HABLOW,
mh2S ( Etecrotary and Treasure.-.
E 5 ? ? 'V HI ikcy Habits
KjSlcur-jd r.t home with*
" v .: [?:. :.. liook of par?
ticular.-. .- Tit FK?E.
B.M.WOOLLEY.MJ).
GO. Ouico Whitehall St
M
OCKING BIED FOOD,
Put up in boxes and bottles, at 25c each.
EBNEST L. ALLEN,
feb!3_Corner King and Pitt streets.
IF YGUE CHICKENS AEE 8ICK,
TBY
LUNT'8 CHICKEN CHOLERA CUBE.
Sold bv ail drnggists and grocera. mb31
CHOICE LINE Ol CEAVATS, latest styles, at
decld AMOS B. 8LAYMAK?B'S.
AUCTION SALES.
By B. F. Knox, Auctioneer.
Shuter's Hill for Sals.
All that VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, lying
partly in Fairfax and Alexandria emntios, Va,
just outsido of the corporato limit3 of Alexandria,
with beautiful views of tho Potomac river as far
as Fort Washington inono direction; over Alexan?
dria into Maryland and ovor Washington and
Georgetown. A panoramic viow not oxcocdod in
diversity and beauty anywhere in this country.
1st tract, said to contain 40 seres, moro or less,
in Fairfax county; 2d tract, baid to contain 10
acres, in Alexandria county, north of tho Lees
burg road.
Will bo sold at auction at 12 o'clock noon at tho
west front of tho Market Houso on THURSDAY,
tho 7 th day of May, 1891.
Terms: Ono-third cash; b&la-ce in one and two
years, secured by deed of trust, with interest
A. HERBERT,
J. T. B?BKE,
E. T. EOSZELLE,
Trustoes undor tho will of II. G. Dulany, deed.
apG eotd_
TRUSTEES SALE OF LAND IN FAIRFAX
COUNTY.
By virtue of a docd of trust from Fredorick F.
Footoand wife, dated January lit, 18S9, rocordod
in tho Clerks office of the County Court of Fairfax
county, Virginia, in liber H, No. 5, folio-126, and
by direction or the partioa socarod thoroby, tho
undersigned will oiler for salo at public auction,
in front of tho premises, in tho villago of Falls
Church, Fairfax county, Va , at eleven o'clock on
THURSDAY, tho 16ih DAY OF APRIL, 1891,
tho following described valuable real estate; via:
A CERTAIN TRACT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF
LAND situato, lying and beine in tho village of
Falls Church, m tho county of Fairfax, and Stato
aforesaid, and bounded and doscribed as follows;
viz: Beginuing at the contro of tho county road,
on the south line of the Middlo turnpike ; thenco
along tho lino of said turnpiko cast to tho lot for?
merly occupied by tho widow Barlow; thenco
south along tho lino of Baid widow Barlow's lot,
one hundrod and fifty four foot; thenco west to
the contro of said county road ; thenco along tho
centre of said county road to tho placo of begin?
ning, being a portion of tho lot of land known as
tho COMMON SCHOOL HODSE lot, and being
the samo piece or parcel of land which was con?
voyed to tho raid Fredorick F. Fonto by J. W.
Hubboll and Elizaboth Hubboli, hid wife, by deed
bearing date on tho twentieth day of Soptombor,
1H77, and duly recorded tu tho Clerk's office of
tho County Court of Fairfax cjunty in liber V,
No. 4, folio 2<)G.
Terms of Sale: Cash an :o tho sum of $994.68,
with iutercs'. on $972.12, p-irt thoro-.f, from Jan?
uary 19th, 1889, and ar. additional sum sufficient
to nay the costs of tho sale; and iftboro boanyrcs
iduo of said purchase, tho -time shall bo made pay?
able at such time, and ho socured in such manner
as tho said Frederick F. Foot<\ his oxecntors, ad?
ministrators or assigns, shall prescribe aud direct,
or in case of his or their failure to give such di?
rection at tho timo and place of sale, then upon
such terms as tho undersigned shall think tit, and
make knowu and annoui.ee at tho time and placo
of sale. Conveyancing at tho cost of tho pur?
chaser. FRANCIS L. SMITH,
ap2 ta _Trnstoo.
By B. T. Lucas, Auctionoor.
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE of tho Corporation
Court of the city of Alexandria, Virginia, on
torod on the 10th day of March, 1891, in tho
chancory suit of Ernost E. Murray, guardian, &c,
vs Botey Myers et al., tho understood, special
commissioner theroin appointed, wilt, by public
auction, in the city of Alexandria, Va., on
SATURDAY, tho 11th day of April, 18151,
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 GBOUND situated on tho
east side of Peyton, south sido of . rinco and north
side of Commerce stroot, fronting on Poytou
street 325 feet, moro or loss; on Comniorco street
200 feet, moro or leai, and on Princo street 125
feet, more or loss.
Torms : One third of tho purchaso monoy to bo
paid in cash, and tho residue thereof to bo paid in
two equal instalments at six and twelve months
from tho dato of s*id salo; tho deferred payments
to boar interest from tho day of salo at six per
coutum per annum ; the purchaser or purchasers
to givo his or their notos for tho samo; tho titlo to
bo retained until tho whole of tho purchaso mon?
oy is paid, and all conveyancing to bo at tho ox
ponso of tho purchaser or purchasers.
K. KEMPER,
Special Commissioner of Salo.
Alexandria, Va., March 25, 1891.
I, John S. Boach, Clerk of tho Corporation Court
of tho city of Alexandria, Va , certify that tho
bond required in tho above caueo, has boon duly
executed. JOHN 8. BEACH,
mh26 2w Clerk.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer
R. F. KNOX.
Particular attention givon to Alexandria city
property?soiling, renting and collecting rents.
Office?128 south Fairfax stroot, Alexandria,
Virginia. ap3 tf
REAL ESTATE.
Aloxandrians dosiring to invest in Washington
proporty, or to place monoy cu loan, secured by
dood of trust, will have their Intorosts carefully
protected by dealing with mo,
I will bo pleased to list your Alexandria propor?
ty for salo, and will use my best endeavors to find
you purchasers for samo.
Correspondence solicited.
GEO. Y. WORTHINGTON,
With G. A. Jordan, 1417 F Bt. n. w.,
mh!8 lm_Washington, D. C.
DB.D.JT. BCST, I OEOBGE WISE, I WOETII IICLFISH,
President. | Secretary. | Treasurer.
?THE
MUTUAL REAL ESTATE MY.,
OFFICE 421 KING STREET.
Parties having property for salo in city or coun?
try will find it to their interest to list
it at this office.
We deal in Real Estate and Stocks.
A largo lot of Roanoko Property for sale.
febl8 ly_
BOOTS AND Sil OES.
-8P8t?0_a0008*
We are receiving our spring goods, which com?
prise tho leading styles in
FOOTWEAR.
We cm show a larger and better assortment
than ever, and offer LOW PRICES as induce?
ment to buyers.
One of tho latest stylos which wo have just re?
ceived is tho
GENTS' PATENT LEATHER BAL,
nlth fancy resting tops. Thoy are just the thing.
Among the miscellaneous articles to be found at
our store are the following j
SAN KEY'S LIFE OF LEATHER, tho best
thing to preserve shoes and make them water?
proof.
CAMERON'S UNIVERSAL CREAM, to bright?
en up your patent leather shoes and prevent them
from cracking.
STAFFORD'S JAPANESE SHOE POLISH, tho
best polish for ladies' fine shoes.
The INFALLIBLE CORN CURE. No cure, no
pay- _
CA HILL'S PATENT BRONZE and everything
pertaining to the shoo business. Give us a call.
*\ PAFF A: SOX,
mhl7 lm 423 King street.
N
EW CODFISH just received by _
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