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TT. XCII-N0.85. _ALEXANDRIA, VA., THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1391 PRICE 2 CTS.
LIFE-WORK OF AN EDUCATED PHYSICIAN,
IS AS iNSTKC.MKNT i'OIi THE
Cure of Disease Without Medicine
K \ ?.;:!) or new thoorl'-s of the entise ami cure
? lealii with the electrical and magaetto
lh< body and tin- gases mrmnnrtlng
j. ;.atmonphore, ??ontrolllug those condition*
. it i- inn electricity.
DISEASE Is hlroply Impaired vitality. The
t - conatAntly adda t?> the vitality and
- nnturc, in unturc'M way, to throw
trouble. Nothing I- easier of proof than
? ? * treatment, cures are m&ocTrhlch by
?]' iwji me_nsore Impossible.
Vi I TE CASES of all kinds ore rurod la
j r. . its random use.
i. ?... |;,t. lllf.'Tice ,th1 ponteverawv do.
llnarj methods <>! inedlcaUoa worlu
tuexhaaatible lionie treatment.
fr iro people YOI KNOW
. >r Information^ call on <>r addReat
??'25 N. Y. AVE., WASHINGTON, D c.
E Grace St., Richmond., va
HUDtl'8 POSITIVE CURE
? "Si < HILLS, FEVER A STD
91 AI) ARIA
jr |] 5tl:'???(>';.'BREAK IT? Chi,Is and Fever m
DDE OF I-WINTY FOUB HOURS
These cipsnies act diie^ly upon tht liver, and
will i reate an appetite.
C* be obtained of tbo foliowine drupgists in
|li Iria, Va., at 50c per box. or of Lewis C.
_ so!e mKEttfacrur;r, 701 6th atreet n. w.,
. ?on, D. C-, orsrm by mail upon receipt
Warfield & Hull, E. d. Leadboater &
nest L Alien, John D. H. Lunt, L. Stabler
D Hudson, Ohas. G. Lcnuon and W. t.
Biuitl _feb!4 Gm
$500 Reward !
>?. the above reward f.?r any caw of T.lrer
i ami l>y*|>t'lisla.Siclc_lailaohe. Indigestion. Con
- we cannot eon- ?ritt We*t'l
when the directions arc strict ly
ire purely Vegetable, and never
? it. tloii. SugarCoatcd. Largaboxes,
. enta. Beware of counterfeit*
manufactured only bv
foe sale by
C. G. LENNOX, ?04 Kin^ntrcet
A guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever
(jree -External, Internal, Blind
?. Itching, Chronic, Recent or
litary. $100 a box; 6 boxer, $5.00.
S nt by mail, prepaid, on receipt cf prioe.
iranti e to cure any case cf Piles.
Guaranteed and sold only by
K. fc. LKADBEATEB A BRO..
JOHN PEREY, M. f. PEKBY.
Formerly of Perry, Smoot & Co.
and ,I?s. Hector Smoot & Perry.
OFFICE SO. 128 KlftU NT*,
Dealers in Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Co
rni'iit, Calcinod Plaster, Lime,
Hair, trails. _c
Dr('?srd I .umber kept under cover. sep5
[ESTABLISHED <J9 YEAP*.]
Lumber, Shingles, 1
KAILS, LIME,CEMENT.CALCINED PLASTER
&c.. &c, &c
FLOOBING, DOOBS, SASH, BLIND8, FBAME8
MOULDINGS, MANTELS, BEACKET8
AND ALL KIN Da OF WO-TO
Iffli > and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory
Sos. I :t and 15 north Loo at., Aloxandria, Va.
/5aP-No charge for delivery in city. jan28
SMOOT & CO.,
[Successors to J. Bector Smoot & Co.,]
Steam Flooring & Planing Mill
DOOR acd WINDOW FBAMFS, MOLDINGS, &
LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT.
NO. 25 NORTE UNION ST..
'Jfctf-Lnmbor dolivore^ '?? the city free.
(.EOKUE E, PRICE *[CO.,
FRESH AND SALTED P ISH
Hare, perfected arrangements for their extensive
Fish basir.css for the spring of 1S91. Thoy will
receive Fish d-uly front the shores'lof the Poto?
mac, ar.d will supply consumers ^quantities to
Buit, t-iihor fresh or salted, by experienced packers.
I Country orders solicited and aatiafaoMon guaran?
Our brand of BABBELED FISH has| always
stood No, 1 in tho market
Terms?C. O. D., or bost referoncea.
GEO. E. PBICE & CO,
Stall No. 1 at Fairfax street entrance and No. 3
at Royal street entrance City Markst, and Fish
Ho me i n,.ste*?-i? ??h. Wb*-f. [mh2 2m
WM. MUKKA Y
517 KING STBEET, ALEXA NDBIA, VA.
informs his customers that ho a as received a
Supply of Spring&Sumiuer Goods
And is now preparod to furnish
SUITS IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES
?3d on reasonable terms. ap23 ly
DEAR LITHIA WATEE
?L? $x 25c per gallon at
*?P2 X.D. H LUNTS.
PUBLISHED DAILY and TRI-WEEKXY
At the Gazette Biild'g.,310 & 312 Prince st
Dally oue year_?.~.-.8? 00 i
" Sir months_......-. 3 00 '
" Ono month ,,.7 '.~.~~. 50
Tri-Weekly onerysar?.4 00
" Slx.mosUifl. 2 (Hi
' Tbiee^a oaths.1 00
Contract adyortlaora.will not be allowed to exceed their
space unless the excess Is paid for at transient rates,
and under no circumstances will they be allowed to
advertise other than their legitimate business in the
space contracted for.
All transient advertisements must be paid for lc ad?
Marriage and death notices must be paid for In ad?
Resolutions In meaasitam.of thanks, tributes of respect,
resolutions ad opt c 4 by societies or persona, unless oi
public concern, will only be printed In this paper as
The Cazkttb oSlcc la connected with the Telephone
Excluuigo. "Advettlfcrnents, ordern for the paper,
news, or any inforaallon or business can be Mint by
(Entered at the P?5lrfHco, Atoxanarla. Virginia, as
Sketches of Colonial Tim s
la the LeniarUla formed by tbe Pohick
bay, Potomac river, Occoquan bay, Beimont
bay and Kaoo's creek, known in colonial
times ne "Doeg's Neck," lies the-"Gnnaton"
estate. A straight lie? of little more man a
mile to leDgth from Pohick b-.y to the bead
of Kane's creek, which iaauea frcm tbe
northern eld* of Belmost bay, separates
"Gnneton" f;cm "Springfield" and which
together with a fron<awe of eome 12 miles on
the waters before named, formed the bound?
aries of this historic plantation of over 5 000
acres, owned aud occupied by tbe author ol
tne Conetnanou of Virginia?George M?son
of Guneton Hall. After his death iho ?State
was oiv.d-.: aud ib* w-r ? . n portion wa-<
n?med ' Lexington," ou which a manBio?
bou-e Ahr- nuik and occupied for muDy
yearB by some of the Mason kicdied, ou tbe
bulidingB have been since destroyed. Near
Gucstou Hall is tbe family burying ground
in which repose several generations i f the
Marone. Tbe only portion of tbe oriaicHl
Guuston estate remaining wi'.h tbe Maeon
family 1b a tract of about 800 acres, iylng on
Kane's creek, upon which the Lexington
house formerly Blood, Tbe principal own?
ers of the remainder are* the Otterbacs.
heir*, 1700 acres ; Tbomae F. Cnapman. 600;
VV. W Wright, 600, aud Cel. Ed ward Dan?
iel?, 700 ; tts iatier being the pan contain?
ing trie Guneion man&icD. nhiob. Co'. D. has
aevetal times repaired.
Under a l&rge lecust trie near (he bay
shore, seme bnlf-m?e southeast cf Gui on
Hail, is a gravestone which btars rtcord of
tbe death of Jeremiah Brcu?ugh iu tbeenm
mer of 1749, aged 47 year.-. Among the re?
cords at Fairfax C. H. is a commission frrm
Guv. William Gooch to Jeremiah Bronou;?ii
*a uberiff of Fairfax county, dated Augusl
3t-d, 1747, w hich refers undoubtedly to tbe
same persoo. Tbe Maaona and Bronaugbs
were relaied by marriage. There is another
historic incident coontcted with GunBton
which possesses some Interest. As tbe writer
was tramping along tbe bay shore n few
years before tbe iate war be ran across iu
a cove an iron cannon partly imbedded in
tbe sands, and upon inquiry as to how it
came there this tradition was nnfolded:
During the war of 1812 a battery was placed
on tbe bluff at Belvoir to content the passage
oi tbe British ?eet up the Potomac. This
gun wee for some reason lefr at Gray'a HiU,
near Woodlawn, where It remained for some
time until the second Geo Mason removed
it to Gonston and mounted it on tbe shore to
keep off the duck gunners with their large
swivel gnoa. How much it was used far
ihut purpose, tradition saith not, hat lying
iu an unfrequented place over-crown with
vines and bushes the gun with its tradition
wae no doubt forgotten by most of those
who ever know It, until the writer some
years after, being in the interior cf Virginia,
ny chance met with an old gentleman by
name Bamoel Arsll Marstellar, who upon
learning that my home was near Woodlawn,
asked if I knew or had ever heard anything
of a piece of ordnance abandoned at Grey 's
Hill during tbe war of 1812. When told
aboot the Gun-ton relic, hie countenance
lighted up as when hearing from an old
friend. Well, said he, "I am tbe fellow that
left that gun there." It seems that he was
corjneoted with tbe army and was ordered
to transport some gnos from Alexandria to
Belvoir for tbe battery there and tbia one
was abandoned, on account of some mishap,
so the tradition was confirmed. He bad
been Boon after called to other and distant
parts of tbe country and for some reason the
matter was overlooked and forgotten. Mr.
Marsteilar bad never heard a word about
tbe old gun until hie meeting with your cor?
respondent. He bad been familiar with
that part of tbe country in bis early youth,
as bis grandfather was an aide to General
Washington and one of bis pall-bearers. G.
Accotink, April 3.
Lexlnqtok, Va., Jan. 17,1890.
ifr. A. K. Hatchet:
Dear isir?When I reqniro tho nsi of glasses I
wear your Paitiscopie Urystalizod Lentea. In re?
spect to brilliancy and clearness of vision they
are suporlor to any glass I have over usod.
EespoctfaUy. Fitzhpqh Lee,
Ex-Governor of Virginia.
Tho30 famons leans adjuatoi to defective vision
Itho drug store bg L. STABLEE oi CO..
doc!9 eoXy Alexandria, Va.
WOR OVER FIFTY FEARS.
Aw Old An? Well-Teied Bemedy ?Mrr.
Winelow's 8 othine Syrup h?s been nsod for over
Fifty Yean by JfiZKons of Mothers for their Chil?
dren While Teething, with Perfect Success. It Soothes
tbe Child. Softens the Gum, Allays all rain; Cures
Wind Colic and is the best remedy for Diarrhaa.
Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Be
snro aud ask fo* Jff*. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, and
t?k? tut othar ki?d Twenty-five cents a bott'o.
iSaetcl??'? Arnica Salve
The Best Salts in the world for Cuts. bruises
8orea, Ulcers, Salt Bhenm, Fever Sores, Tetter,
Chapped Bwids, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin
Eruptions, ?nd pudtivelv enrea PiJos, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give porfeel satis?
faction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents por
box. Ear sal* v- 8. Leadbeater & Brc.
J^OOK AT THIS!
Best granulated Sugar, 5c.
" Cut Loaf, 6c.
" Powdered, Gc.
For salo at
apl_ J. C. MILBUEN'fl.
KW HOMINY and BEAN8 for salo by
*u? J. C. MILBUBN.
Bill saved by always
keeping Simmons Liwr
Regulator, 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 and
regulat the Rystem ; if
you are traveling in un?
healthy localities, or food
or watei does not agree
with you, a doso of
Simmons Liver Regu?
Rz-Govemor <>( ?.>i., an<t U.S. Senat??
JuKCfiti K. Rroira Kaya:
?'You ore at liberty lo u<e my name In
praise <??' Simmons Liver Ue^tilutor,.u:nl
recommend it to everyone us die I??'
preventive "f Fever and Acne. Ii Bi?f>ei
eedeR'QuJnine 11 taken in lime."
AGKNPBAL MEETING OF THE 8TOf K
HOLDERS OF THENoR i H WEST ALEX?
ANDRIA IMPROVEMENT COMPANY wiH be
held in the Board of T-f do rooms on TUESDAY,
the 14tb flay of April, 1891, at 3 o'clock p. m.
By order of the Directors.
mhlO 2avrtd GEORGE WISE, Pecrotury.
THE ANNUAL MEETING
STOCKHOLDERS OF THE JA NN AY CAB
will bo held at tho offico of the company, Nop.
216-21? King street, on WEDNESDAY, April
22d,1891, at 12 o'clock m
at 3 td F. H. JANNE r", President.
TOOK HOLDER*' MEETING.
Tho annual meetine of the stock holder* of the
VIRGINIA IRON SHIPBUILDING COMPANY,
frr tho olection of < Hi cere and the transaction of |
any other business that may come be-fore thoetock
holder?, will be hold at the company's offico at
Alexandria, Va., APRIL 23, at 12 o'clock.
By order of tho Director?.
mh23 td CHARLES E. MOODY, Srcty.
Wo i-how you
by th<.so cats
samples of the
in Flint Glass?
ware from the
f?.ct< ry of the
Co., and a?buri
you. after i
nation of tho
the best man?
that nothing excels this |
waro in its finish and bril?
liancy. We aro tho sole I
agents for tho factory in
this city, ami can offer yon
vory reasonable prices. Tho
line ombiar.es ail the useful
articles for the table, of
which wo montion a few:
Cracker Jars, Berry Bowls,
Milk Jugs, Croam Pitchors,
Salts and Peppors, Water J
Bottles, Tumblers, etc., etc.
We shall be pleased to show j
those goods and invite an
E. J. MILLEB & SON.
D. HARRY APPKCH
(Successor to David Appich)
WHOLE8ALE AND BETAIL
Confectioner and Frnit Dealer,
?25 KING STREET,
FINE FRENCH CANDIES AND FANCY
We have on hand tho largest stock of
NEW CARBIAGE8 AND SPRING WAGONS
Ever offered for sale in Alexandria,
Which we aro soiling as low as c?n bo bought
olsowhoro C-omo and soo.
SLJiyEnvEEPis &c zb:ro_:
119 80UrTH PITT STB EE I.
TOOTH BRUSHES?A very large assortment of
fine Tooth Brashes just received by
ianl?_WARFIELD <fe HALL.
PRIMS SUN-CURED DBIED APPLES are
scarce this season. Two barre's Just received
by_[mh4]_J. C MILBURN.
CUTLERY, 8POONS, FOBK8, Ac., for restau?
rant use, CHEAP. Call at 328 King street.
oct1*_J. T. CBEIGHTON A SON.
for sale by
WARFIELD & HALL.
1) ED WABRIOB CHOPPING AXES, wholesale
\j and retail, at 88 King, corner of Royal st.
rlaag_J. T. OREIGHTON & SON.
/^OOD UNBLEACHED COTTON, 36 inches
XjT wide, at S'fcc at
feb!6 8LAYMAKER'S, 429 King street.
A FULL LINE OF TOILET and LAUNDRY |
?\ 80APS for sale low by
jahl_J. C. MILBURN.
ENTLEMEN'8 WHITE LINEN-BOSOM
SHIRTS, reinforced back and front, at
febl6 SLAY MAKER'S, 429 King street.
FOR SALE AND RENT.
A FABM OF 358\ ACBES
on Carter's Bun in Faoquier county, Va., five
mi!03 from Marshall, known as
'TBE JACKSON FABM."
Terms: One third cash; oalat co on time to suit
Mrs. J. V. HOWISON,
mh31 lm? 2909 P at., Washington, D. C.
A TTENTION ! ATTENTION !
Now is tho Time to Bny Alexandria Property.
MONEY TO LOAN ON EEAL ESTATE.
Money Kceuroly Invested for Parties Desiring to
A LAEftE NUMBEB OF DES IB ABLE LOTS
for sale on easy terms. Now is tho time to bny.
Valoos of real estate steadily on tho rife.
CALL AND SEE
The ALEXANDRIA REAL ESTATE,
INVESTMENT, TRUST AND
_ No 102 S. Fairfax street._
y ' I UAKLE REAL ESTATE FOB HALE
ONE T ACT OF LAND, 446 acre*, 2^ miles
from Alexandria on the Mount Verno:: road,
the -urvey of tho Mount Vernou Avonuo paaaing
thiongh the place. This pro^orty h well caleu
laterl for gardening and dairy purposes, being well
watere;, and hnt< a frontage on tho Potomac River
ol :J miles , a:ao unsurpassed sconory ovorlookinj;
both tho ?itioH of Alexandria and Washington.
Horson1! seoMng investment? wili find it to th^ir
advaMag'.i to examine this land.
2d. 124 AdtfeSaod another of 52"fc ACBES,
about 4 miles from the city, not far from the above
Perhaps thi re is no land on tho market at this
time offering greater advantages to seokors of
profit than tho abovo named proporty. For dc
scription and terms apply to
Mias KATIE M. G. JOHNS'!'.>N
514 Cameron <,ieel
OVEAL & LCNT, Boai Estate BroKcra,
Or to No. L08 Fairfax at, bet. Camoron and Eing
ang27 T. f.&S.tt
Daily Line to NorfjlkanifFortress Monroe
THE NOBFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAM?
will run :t DAILY LINE, commencing on Mcn
rlay, March 30, wi'h their new and powerful iron
loaving tho wharf at tho foot of Princo street at
7:30 p. m. EotnmiDg, will loavo Norfolk at
6:'20 p. m.
Singlo faro $3. Bound trip $5.
P. B. HOOE, Agont,
mb.30_No. 2 Prince streot
NOEFOLK AND FOBTBPSS MONBOE,
Connecting at Norfolk with tho OLD jt?.
DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO. FOBjfeSBHK
NEW YOHK, and with tho CLYDE LINE FOB
PHILADELPHIA, and via these lines to all
points i^nrth ;.nd East.
LADY OF THE L.IKE
Loaves TTJKSDAY, THUBSDAY and SUN?
DAY at 5:30 p m., from Eood's wharf.
FaTO ?1 50. Hour(1 trip $2.50.
For further information apply to
novlS F. A. BEED & CO., Agents.
FOR FAMILY USE,
FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS, Ac.
WE AGAIN place our card before the public,
inviting them to inspect our carefully se?
lected stock of
bPBING AND SUMMER DBY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S AND CHILDBEN'S F?BNI9H
INQS, NOTIOr<8, &c.
We will endeavor to keep up to our standard of
the lowest prices for reliable goods.
AMCS B. 8LAYMAKEB,
mh31 No. 429 King street.
PAINT YOUE OWN BUGGY?Just received the
following new line of Colors:-Olive Fonce,
Ponceau, Ecarlate, and Jet Coach Black. Call for
sample. For sale by
jan_ W F. CEEI6HT0N & 00.
FULL LINE OF GENTLEMEN'S NECKTIES
COLLAE3 and CUFFS in latest styles at
fabl 6 SLAYMAKEB'B, 429 King street.
BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
of Washington, D. C.
[Incorporated ander tho laws of tho Stato of Va.]
Best plan devised for securing a home or for
^S?rNO AUCTION' OF MONEY.
Any amount loaned, repayablo ?13 por month
on each $1,000 advanced. ($13 per month in?
cludes the monthly docs on 5 shares.) Shares $1
per month, maturing in 10i> m<ntlH. for $200.
NO BACK DUES REQUIRED.
Six per cent interest al'owcd on .special pay?
ments. Paid-up certificates for $100 isjuod at
$50 per share. 5 per cent, per annum paid on
purchase prica semi-annually.
Harrison Dingman, President.
Goorgo W. Leach, Vico President.
0. T. Thompson, Treasurer.
Alon/.o Twoedalo. Secretary.
Andrew Wall, Manager.
Uu". J. E. Smith, Attornoy.
Trusteo3?American Sccu.ity and Trust Com?
pany, A. T. Britton, President. Depository?Cen?
tral National Batk.
SAMUEL POLLOCK. Snpirintondent,
N. E. cor. King and Fairfax sts. (up sUirs).
OF KNOXY LLE, TENN.
J.S. B. THOMPSON.Pretddont
Harris Smoot, John F. Yackott,
Laurence stabler. Miltoa B. forry,
George K. ;-i,ikon.
B. F. Ku?x, Sei: Tro?-. .7 t;'. M. Norton, Atty
lhis branch is strictly undei !och! management.
Tho monov paid in by local members ij gn*rau
tood to be loaned in Alexandria be shares of'
stock represent $100, par ? *lu and the cost is ?1
per bharo forth- Qrst m nth, and 60 cents por
?bare monthly thereafter. Di idenda are declar?
ed quarterly, and 'ho stock wili ptty nut in six
years at the ra?o of dividends now being made.
This sssociation aleo issues paid-up s:.oek at $51
per share. A ca?h dividend of six per <"ont. per
aunum, payable semi-annually, will ro paid. At
tho ond of six or seven years the stock will hivo
matured, aid the member then draws $100 from
the association for oach $50 ho h?s invested, be
?jidos the s.nnmi'. six pei runt. The company will
cash Euch steck st any time with <> per cent, int?
For stock, <-r information w *o this association,
apply to R. F. Knox, 128 south Fairfax rtrcet.
SHARES, PAR VALUE, $100.
Subscription fco, ?1 per share.
Monthly dues, SO cents per share.
Shares to maturo in aboul six years, making
23^ por cent, interest Dor aunum upou tho amount
Those who desire stock or information concern*
ing tho company can apply to
FRANK E. COR BETT, President, or
A. A. WABFIELD, Secretary,
Cor. Kii'g and Fairfax airocts*
Mcnoy loanoil on r:-nl ea&ato.
Attention isoalled to paid op shares at $05 each
at a good paying investment. Par valuo $100, on
which thebcldot is or titled to withdraw out of I
tho profits of tho fund four por cent, per annum
on tho par valuo of the shares in eorai-anntial in?
stalments, after tho ten-year guaranty has boon
provided for at no: exceoaing 4'<j por cotit. inter?
est; the balance of tho profits remaining being ap
pliod to mature tho shares in * shorter period
than ton years._ n-.v8 tf
"A PENNY SA VED IS A PENNYGAI NED.'
A lexandria Savings Bank
OFFICE 421 KING STREET.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS, pay?
able semi-annually in CjSH.
Deposits of 10 cor.ts or moro received.
Money to loan In small snms ou roal cstato or
other good security.
John R. Zimmerman, Julian T. Burke,
E. 8. Lcadbcator, Gcorgo Wiso,
Worth Hulfish, D. N. Rust,
L. E. Uhler, R. W. AvoTy,
octlO tf_Charles King._
CORNER LEE AND PRINCE STREETS
S. FERGU80N BEACH,) f OHAS. E. HOOFF,
President. j I Cashlor.
Prompt attention giver, to all business, includ?
ing collections throughout tho United Statos and
BBKOni WHEAT, j i Wtt. H. LAMBJtBT,
PTMidect. J \ Caehior,
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PE03IFTL1
RE IfII TED
?f-LLL KINDS 07 IHVSSTKEHT SECURITIEI
DiBECToaa?Es VThost, E. L. BatngorSmd, P. B.
flooe, John Perry, F. L. Smith._ap4
Burke & Herbert,
LOCAL STOCKS AND ALL FIRST CLASS
RAILROAD BONDS AND OTHER
myS BURKE ? HERBERT.
THE ALEXANDRIA BRICK WORKS,
3ituated on Hunting crook, <kro now proparod to
receive ordora and doHvor Bricks* of all kinds
used in the trado on tho Fuortcit notice. Apply to
M. B. HARLOW,
mh2S <? Secretary and Treasure-?
j cured at home witti
Joutpain. Iiook of par?
ticulars sent I'KKE.
r*>lontryGa. Otlice lol^ Whitehall St.
OCKING BIRD FOOD,
Put up in boxes and bottles, at 25c each.
ERNEST L. ALLEN,
feb!3_Corner King and Pitt streets.
FYOUR CHICKENS ARE SICK,
LC-TTS CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE.
Sold bv all druggists andjrrocers._mh31
CHOICE LINE OF CRAVATS, latest Btylcs, at I
dod* AMOS B. SLAYMAKEfi'S. 1
By B. F. Knox, Auctioneer.
Shuter's Hill for Sale.
All that VALUABLE TEACT OF LAND. lying
partly In Fairfax and Alexandria counties, Va,
just outside of tho corporato limits of Alexandria,
with beautiful viows of tho Potomac rivor as far
as Fort Washington in ono direction;ovor Alexan?
dria into Maryland and over Washington and
Georgetown. A panoramic view not oxcoodod in
diversity and beauty anywhere in this country.
1st tract, said to contain 40 acres, more or less,
in Fairfax county ; 2d tract, said to contain 10
acros, in Alexandria county, north of tho Lees
Will bo sold at auction at 12 o'clock noon at the
west front of tho Market Houso on THUESDAY,
tho 7th day of May, 1891.
Terms: One-third cash ; bahvtco in ono and two
years, secured bvdeed of trust, with interest
J. T. BUBKE,
B. T. BOSZELLE,
Trustees under tho will of DT. G. Dulany, deed.
11BUSTEE3 SALE OF LAND IN FAIEFAX
By virttto of a deed of trust from Fredorick F.
Foots and wife, dated January 19,1889, recorded
in tho Clerks orBco of tho County Court of Fairfax
county, Virginia, in liber H, No. 5, folio 42b", and
by direction of tho parties secured thoroby. tho
undcr6ignod will offer for salo at public auction,
in front of tho promises, in the village of Falls
Church. Fairfax county, Va , at olovon o'clock on
TH?BSDAY, tho 16:h DAY OF APBIL, 1891,
tho following described valuablo real estate; via:
A CEETAIN TBACT. PIECE OB PABCEL OF
LAND situate, lying and boing in the villago of
Falls Church, in tho county of Fairfax, and State
aforesaid, and bounded and doscribed as follows;
viz: Beginning at tho centro ol tho county road,
on tho south line of tho Middle turnriko ; thcrco
along the Hue of said turnpike east to the lot for?
merly occupied by tho widow Barlow; thonco
south along the line of said widow Btrlow's lot,
ono hundred and fifty-four feet; thonco west t?>
tho centre of said county road ; ihenco along tho
centro of said county ro*d to tho placo of begin?
ning, boing a portlou of the lot of land known as
tho COMMON HCHOOL HOUSE lot, and boing
the samo piece or parcel of land which was con?
voyed to tho Faid Frederick F Foote by J. W.
Hubboll and Elizabeth Hubbell, hh wife, by deed
bearing dato on tho twentieth day o; Soptombor,
1877, and duly recorded tn tho Clerk's otiico of
tho County Court of Fairfax ounty in libor V,
No. 4, folio 266.
Ter.-ns of Salo: Cash as to the sum of $994.58,
with Interest on $972.12, part thoro-. f, from Jan?
uary 19th, 18S9, and an additional sum snfBciont
to pay thecosts ol tbosale; and if thoro beany re -
iduo of said purchase, tho sameahali bd m tdo pay?
able at such time, and ho secured in such manner
as tho said Frodorick F. Footo, his oxoctttois, ad?
ministrators or assigns, shall prescribe and direct,
or in case of his or their failure to give auch di?
rection at tho time and place of salo, then upon
such terms as tho undorsigued shall think fit, and
mako known and announce at tho time and placo
of salo. Conveyancing at tho cost of tho pur?
chaser. FE AN CIS L. SMITH,
ap2 ts _ Trustee.
By E. T. Lucaa, Auctioneer.
BY VIBTUE OF A DECBEE of tho Corporation
Court of tho city of Alexandria, Virginia, on
terod on tho 10th day of March, 1891, in tho
chancory suit of Ernost E. Murray, guirdian. &c,
vs. Botsy Myora ot al., tho undersigned, special
commissioner theroin appointed, will, by public
auction, in the city of Alexandria, Va., on
SAT U ED AY, tho 11th day of April, 1891,
at 12 o'clock m? in front of tho Boyal street en?
trance- to tho Market Building, ofibr for salo tho
following property; to wit:
ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND situated on tho
east sido of Peyton, south side of . rinco and north
sido of Commerce street, fronting on Peyton
streot 325 foet, more or less; on Com mo reo street
.100 foet, more or lesi, and on Prince street 125
foot, more or less.
Terms: Ono third of tho purchase money to bo
paid in cash, and tho roeidno thereof to bo paid in
two equal instalments at six and twelve mouths
from tho dato of siid salo; the doferrod payments
to bear interost from tho day of salo at six per
centum por annum ; tho purchaser or purchasers
to givo his or their notes for tho samo; tho titlo to
be retained until tho wholo of tho purchase mon?
ey is paid, and all convoyancing to bo at tho ox
ponso of tho purchaser or purchasers.
Special Commissioner of Sale
Alexandria, Va., March 25, 1891.
I, John 8. Beach, Clerk of tho Corporation Court
of tho city of Alexandria, Va, certify that tho
bond required in tho abovo causo, has bcon duly
executed. JOHN 8. BEACH,
mh26 2w Clork.
Real Estate Broker & Auctioneer
Ra F. KNOX.
Particular attention givon to Alexandria city
property?selling, routing and collecting ronte.
Offico?128 south Fairfax stroot, Alexandria,
Virginia. ap3 tf
Alexandrians dosiring to invest in Washington
proporty, or to placo monoy on loan, socured by
dood of trust, will havo their Interests carofully
protected by dealing with me,
I will bo pleased to list your Alexandria proper?
ty for salo, and will usa my beat endoavors to find
you purchasers for samo.
GEO. Y. WOETHINGTON,
With G. A. Jordan, 1417 F st. n. w.,
mhl81m_Washington, D. C.
DB.D. N. BCST, I OEOHOE WISE, I WOBTJI IICLFISH,
Prcsidont. | Secretary. | Treasurer.
MUTUAL REAL ESTATE COM.,
OFFICE 421 KING 8TBEET.
Parties having property for salo in city or coun?
try will find it to their interost to list
it at thi? office.
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febl8 ly _
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