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'y. ) lOV.?NO. 244. ALEXANDBIA, VA., FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. ===" PRICE 2 CTS.
MEDIOIN Ali. To Durify, enrich nnd vitalize the blood, . Invigorate the liver and diges f;; ??au i brace up the nerves, and put VC in order generally, "Golden Sad il Discovery^hat no equal. DYSPEPSIA IN ITS WORST FORM. ??/???'s lumuiLY, Esq.. of Qettuiburoh, Pa., writes: "Only those who have had dyspepsia In its worst forms know what it really can be. j What such a ease needs I have found in your i kindly encouragement. ! and vour ' Golden Siedl- ! cal Discovery.' t/ Although 1 can now ; v n/ claim, it any one can, \ - F that I have a cast iron ! stomach. I always keep : your 'Golden Medical / v\ Discovery'and the'Pel? lets' on ham' when set? tling down from an ac? tive summer's vacation, E. Drei erlt, f,sq. t,, quu.t student life. I heartily recommend these medicines to ,.' ? whose Buffering is of the nature . it ie was." Sold everywhere. MKUCHAXT TAIliOttS. WM. MURRAY, MERGHANT TAILO NO. 517 KING STREET, Alexandria, Va. fj foi ? ostomera that he has roeoivod a snpply of FA LL AND WINTER GOODS. And is dow prepared to furnish suits in all the Is test styles and on reasonable term." OYSTERS. GE0.E.PRICE&GEO.H. RICHARDS Wholesale and Retail OYSTER DEALERS, 113 NORTH FAIRFAX STREET. Near Adams Express Office The best oysters always on hand. Delivered in all parts of the city. Country orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed._sep24 2m JASTe. McKINNEY & co. Wholesale amLRct til Dealers in OYSTERS, N. W. cor. Prince and Royal sts . Alexandria. Country and < !ty orders solicited and promptly tilled <*-\>'2 1 tjanl J AM DAILY IN EE< EIPTOF THE FIXEST OYSTERS. Direct from the Chosap akebeds. The very best stock .in i the Suost flavored always on hind. Orders from the country promptly filled and - I ; guaranteed. ANDREW DELLA, seplT 3m 307 PRINCE STREET. BUjDLD (NO MATERIAL. [EwAausHED 1822.] 1 )SIAH H. D. SMOOT, t>?a;.kb :n Shingles, Lathi, Nails, Cement, Calcined ? Piaster. ?c. MAXUKAtrrt'EEES OK FLOORING. DOORS. SASH, BLINDS FRAMES. MOULDINGS. MANTELS, AND ALL KINDS OF WOOD WORK Office and y:ir i No. 23 north Union stroet Factory Nos. 1X-nid 15 nnr'h Leo st.. Alox? andria, Va. No charge for delivery in cirv. gMOOT & CO., (Successors to J. Rector Smoot * O .. STEAM FLOORING 4 PLANING BILL, Manufacturers o: DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES. MOULD INGS, &C DE \ LERS IN LUMBER, SHINGLES. LATHS. NAILS, LIME, CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT No. 25 north Union stroot. Alexandria, Va. rnber dolivorod free in tho city. A G RICTUTL^lTRAJi^ HERBERT BRYANT, ALEXANDRIA. VIRGINIA. Manufacturer of FERTILIZERS FINE GROUND RAW BONE (warranted strictly pure). FINE GROUND NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER. lircnlais of our regular brands mailed on application. Special formulas skilfully and accurately prepared. , * lealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLE g?NTS an,i MACHINERY, GARDEN, FIELD and GRASS SEEDS. uzet factory and wharf foot Duko st Agricultural and seed warehouse 117 King st. __:^"Corrospondenco solicited. feb22 ly COOL FALL MORNINGS and evenings ? ttle fire is almost indisoensablo for and comfort. A MILLER HEATER ; ' s want exactly. Tho cost of the fuel lean hour. Keeps your dining room com lorunle during meals, and then you can take U to your parlor or sitting room. Can have little or much heat as required. No dirt. Maes, smoke or odor. Do not let dealers de? ceive you by telling you some other make is 3^a?Jt00d,"butget the genuine MILLER -IC.ATER at he sole agents for'Alexandria. Va. EJ. MILLER & SON. Note?Call and sec a Heater in operation ~ ' '? ?? > show you, its advantage. O ALI COS. fast colors, light and dark col ors, 5c a yard up, at _ AMOS B. SLAYMAKERS. A LOT OF CHEVIOT NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, two collars with each, iust re S!il?dby_AMOS B. SIAYMAKEB. CH,?J?? LOUDOUN FAMILY PACKED BITTER just received by _ J. C. MTLBUEN. B LANKETS, best value for the money, at AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S. Alexandria Gazetted Virginia Advertiser published daily and tei-weekxy at Gazette tiuilclin<r(310 & 31^ Prince St. Diily c.no year. SO; six months S3 ;ono month ?"><' cunts. Pri-Weekly one year ?4; six months $2; tlircc months SI. AH transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Contract advertisers will not bo allowed to ex? ceed their space nnlcsstho excess is paid for at transient rates, and under no circum? stances will they be allowed to advertise other than their legitimate business in the 3pace contracted for. Marriage and death notices must be paid for in advance. Resolutions in memoriam, of thanks, tribntee of respect, resolutions adopted by societies or persons, unless of public concern, will only be printed in this paper as advertise? ments. The Gazette office is connected with tho Telephone Exchange. Advertisements, or? ders for the paper, news or any information or business can bo sent by telephone. [ Entered at the Postoflico Alexandria, Virgin? ia, as second-class matter.] RAILWAY PASSES. THoho who best know President New? ell, of the Lake Shore, says tho Rail? way Gazette, will best appreciate- a re? cent exchange of courtesies between him aud President Caldwell, ol the Nickle Plate, bow also general man ager of the Lake Shore. President Newell would give a mau a $100 bill and never think twice about it. When it came to giving passes over the Luke Shore he was adamantiue in his re? fusal. Those he did give were so liin ited to special trains ibat a number of the officials of the company have never yet ridden on the limited or fast mail trains. It is the custom for all railroad presi dents to iuterchance annual passes, and on a recent New Year President New? ell made up his list of exchange passes and sent tbem out. Across the end of the one he sent President Caldwell was printed in red ink the words: liNot ??ii? on limited fast mail trains." By return mail came President Calcl welPs annual pass on the Nickel Plate (?>r President Newell. Across its face in flaring red ink and in the bold hand? writing of President Caldwell were written the words: '"Not good ou ] as senger trains." This recalls the story of the genera! passenger agent in Philadelphia, or somewhere, who was wont to limit ex lieketsso closely that the pas rs bad to be on the alert in sur odering the return coupon as soon as they entered the car ou the return journey, lest it turn to dust and ashes in their hands. One day theO. P. A.'s fish de tier g ?( stuck with one of those tickets (the conditions being printed in ine type) and he determined to ? a. So the next lish delivered lected for its very evident lack of freshness, and, of course, the cook r< - ported il to the G-. P. A.; but on close Lion the wrapping paper was found to bear, in small letters, the fol lowing words: "In consideration of the iced prii e at which this lish is sold, will aoJ be good after an hour from the time of delivery." Bov Attacked by Wild Geese.? While Edward Cox, aged 13 years, and a sister, two years his junior, were passing through a field near Lake Pla eotitia, Ohio, on their way home from -chool, Tuesday evening, a large flock of wild geese settled down near the children. The lad charged among them, thinking to put them to flight, but the whole flock viciously attacked him, using their bills and wings. The hoy succeeded in lighting them ofTfor a short time, wheu be sunk to the ground exhausted. The little girl ran screaming to their home, and when she had told her story the liov's father and an older brother hastened to his assistance, hut only stu ceeding his effecting his rescue aftfr killing a number of the geese, which t ten took to flight. The lad's face and nands were covered with blood, but his i juries weie not serious. Rudy's Pile Suppository antood to cure PILES and CONST1PA TH >N, or money refunded. SOcentsper 1k>x. Send -tamp for circular and Free Sample to M A l:TI N EDDY, Lancaster, Pa. For sale by dl first-class druggists. E.S LEADBEATER & SONS, Wholesale Agents, inylo lyr Alexandria Va. For Over Fifty Years. An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.?Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over lifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens tho gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, aud is tho best remedy for Diarrhoea. Is pleasant to tho taste. Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty-live cents a bottle. Its valuo is incalculable. Be su re and ask for Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Syrup and take no other kind. octl2 eod&wlyr FRESH MEATS. Cut by Experienced Butchers. AT COST. FANCY NEW YORK BUBBANK POTA TOES 7.">c per bushel. FANCY ami STAPLE GROCERIES cheap. J. WM. GOODS, novl4 N. E. cor. Prince and St. Asaph sts. NEW GROCERY STORE. I respectfully announce that I will, on WEDNESDAY, November 14. open a FIRST CLASS GROCERY at the northeast corner of Duke and St. A^aph streets, where every? thing usually found in such an establishment can be seeu." The stock is NEW and FKESH and will be found desirable in all particulars. I solicit a share of the public patronage, guaranteeing satisfaction to all. " :: ,vI2 lw _ E. M. ANDERSON. ABEAUTIFUL Assortment of BLANK? ETS, iu White, Gray and Red, at lowest best valuo for the money, at _AMOS B. SLAYMAKEB'S. Y\TE HA YE just received a small lino of >> very fine home-ntado CASSIMERES. which we will sell very low. at _AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S. IF YOG want to have your WATCH repair, ed properly, go to H. W. WILDT, _106 north Royal street. JUST received a nice lot of MAINE (White Star) POTATOES. HERBERT BRYANT, U7 King street MEDICINAL. Chronic Nervousness Could Not Sleep, Nervous Headaches. Gentlemen:?I have been taking your Restorative Nervine for the past three months and I cannot say enough in its praise. It has Saved fly Life, for I had almost given up hope of ever being well again. *I was a chronic sufferer from nervousness and could not sleep. I was also troubled with nervous headache, and had tried doctors in-vain, until I usud your Nervine. Yours truly, MRS. M. WOOD, Riugwood, 111. Dr. Miles9 Nervine Gu I w Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on a positive guarantee that the iinU bottle will !,. ne?t. All druggists sell it at 51, (j bottles lor 55. or It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price by the Dr. Miles' Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind weakness easily cured bj Dr. .Miles' Nerve Plasters NEURALGIA cured by Dr. Miles' Pai.v Pills. "One cent a <1oso." At all druggists vRH ELY'S "CREAM Is qnickly absorbed. < leanses ? be Na *a! Passages, Allays Pain and Inflammation. Heals the Sores. COLD HEAD^emhrfne8 'i&m additional cold. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell It will cure Hay-fever. A particle is applied in each nostril and is agreeable. Price 50 cenLs at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS. 50 Warren street, New York. CHINA AND GLASSWWKF.. CHINA HALL 31.4 KING STREET. WILL OPEN WITH A FULL LINE OF Chk,Glass,CroCareryWare,FancyGo?uS &a, &c, &c. JOHN II. RAINES, PROPRIETOR. I respectfully solicit a sharo of tho public patronage. OCtSO Im eductions in China AT E.J.MILLER&SON'S We have a large stock of fine French China (Haviland's) on which wo will allow a dis? count of TEN PER CENT. FOR CASH, con? sisting of Salad Sets, soup sets. Sugars and Creams. Bone Dishes, Fruit Sauecra, Biscuit Jars.Coraband Brush Trays, etc., etc., besides a lot of Bric-a-Brac-and Cut Glass, on which the reduction is in many instances considera? bly more than 10 per cent. These are new goods, and are well worth the low price at which they were originally mirked, and you should certainly not let this opportunity pass without inspecting these bargains. Besides th'"s we have a lot of Dinner and Tea Ware on which we have made a big reduction to close out. Look at these prices: 1 French China Dinner Set. yellow blos? soms, was $40, now $33. 1 German do., grev sprays, was $20, now ?16.50. 1 Porcelainc do., wild flowers, w:is $25, now $10. 1 Stono China do., blue daisy, was $24, now $18. 4 French Tea Sets, rich Frotte gold lino, assorted decorations, reduced from $20 to $10. G German Tea Sets, gold edge, assorted dec? orations, were $!>. now $7. We havo reductions in all departments, and we respectfully invite your inspection of our stock before you make your fall purchases. New goods are arriving, and we are confident of supplying your needs at lower figures then elsewhere. E. J. MILLER & SON, 317 King street. REBUILDING SALE. Both our STORES having been renovated, on SATURDAY. November 10th, we shall open our NEW DEPARTMENT OF CLOTH? ING for Men, Boys and Children. We bought thorn from N. Frank & Sou's, Baltimore, who retired from the Manufacturing Business, at our own figures, and shall offer them to our patrons at ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES. Among them are 100 Men's Storm Coats from $10 to $15, our price will be ?6. We shall also put in this sale every thing in the way of BOOTS and SHOES, and Ladies' and Gent's FURNISHING GOODS, 25 percent, less than any other house ic the city. EAUFMAffN'S COMBINATION STORES FRENCH DINNER WARE.?We have a cask of Imported French (Haviland) Din? ner Ware with the new shape, and with Blue and Violet Decorations. Entirely new, and imported under the operation of the new tar? iff. Call and see these beautiful goods. Sole agents for C. F. H. China in Alexandria. E. J. MILLER & SON. "NOW, WE'RE RIGHT LN IT!" MANUFACTURERS OF CONSISTING OF DINING, LIBRARY AND PARLOR SUITS. LOUNGES, COUCHES, CONVERSATION CHAIRS, ecc &c, &e. Rcupholstcring and Furniture Repairing in general by F. Didszoxeit & Sox, 718-720 KING STREET. oct29 3 m* DIXY GOODS. COME, ENOW IS THE TIME TO BUY LADIES* AND CHILDREN'S COATS IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES At 10 per cent, off for cash. R. C. ACTON & SON, 606 KING STREET. MEETINGS. THE REGULAR annual meeting of the stockholders of the NEW PEDBABA ONYX COMPANY will bo held at the office of the Company, in Alexandria, Va., on the FIRST THURSDAY IN DECEMBER. 1894. at 4 o'clock p. m., at which time an election will be held for Directors to serve for the en? suing year and such other business transacted as may come before the meeting. S. F. EMMONS, nov5 2aw 2w_President "VTOTIGE OF STOCKHOLDEES' MEET _IN ING. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the NATIONAL CITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY will be held at tke Braddock House, in the city of Alexandria, Va , on MONDAY, November 19th, 1894, at 1:30 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors for the ensuing year, and to transact such other businefs as may come before the meeting. L. W. SPEAR, oct20 td Secretary. REAL ESTATE. &c. J^OBEBT F. KNOX. REAL ESTATE BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXCHANGED No. 216 King Stbeet. Alexandria, Va. jy27tf AFULL LINE OF COMFORTS at very low prices at AMOS B. SLAYMAKEE'S. DRY GOODS. This space has been reserved for the trus? tee of Pretzfelder & Co. I have just com i pleted an inventory, and find their stock complete and well as? sorted with desirable and seasonable goods, which must be dis? posed of at. ouce in order to cany out the trust assumed by me. To do this I will, be? ginning on Thursday next, offer these goods at less than half their value until disposed of. Our offerings will be from day to day, and it will pay you to read their future an? nouncements and at? tend the sale. M. STRAUSS. TRUSTEE for PRETZFELDER & Co THE TURF. VIRGINIA TRACK NEAR ST. ASAPH'S. VA. Inaugural Meeting Oct'r IS to Deer 1. FORTY DAYS OF HIGH-CLASS RACING. BEST HORSES IN TRAINING ENGAGED. Six Races Every Day. FIRST RACE AT|1:45. Trains direct to Driving Park. Leave lo? cal depot at 1:00 and 2:l? p. m. Returning immediately after last race. No Improper Characters Admitted. Coaches will leave Patterson's stables, com? mencing at .1 p. m., direct to grand stand. H. D. McINTYRE. Secretary. E. E. DOWNHAM, President, HAVING DULY QUALIFIED as execu? trix and executor of AMOS B. SLAY MAKER, deceased, all persons having claims against the estate of said Amos B. Slaymaker are hereby notified to present the same, duly authenticated, to the underritmed. at the store, 429 King street, and s>!l p&rsons in? debted to the said estate are requested to make immediate f ettlcmeut of their indebted? ness. SARAH F. SLAYMAKKR, Executrix. ARCHIE C. SLAYMAKER, nov8 d30t_Executor. THE GENEVA MINERAL WATER LITHLA L? a most wonderful medicinal water for the cure of Liver and Kidney Troubles, all Uric Acid Troubles, Rheumatism and Stomach Troubles, and while this water will cure Chronic Constipation, it will also cure Chron? ic Diarrhoea, being at the same time an alter? ative and a tonic. For sale by WARFIELD & HALL, Sole Agents, Corner Prince and Fairfax sta BE ORTON'S MIASMA ANTIDOTE. Just received a full supply of Horton's Mi? asma Antidote for Fever and Ague and Bilious Complaints. WARFIELD & HALL, Corner Prince and Fairfax streets. _FORMALE OR HEXT. m. b. harlow & co., Real Estate Loan 4 insurance Brokers, NO. 107 S. ROYAL STREET. FOE SALE. Columbus street, near Christ Church: New seven-room pressed-brick House; furuaco heat: lor 38x65; nieo side yard. Price $3.000. Terms to suit purchaser. Wilkcs street, near V. iL R. R. shops: Three newly-painted eight-room Frame Houses; good lots; snug homes; easy terms. Price $700. Cameron street: Ten-room tbree-story pressed-brick House, brown stono trimmings, handsome marble mantels, large vestibule aud hall, easy stairs, saloon parlors, cellar under whole house; lot 122x100 to wide ailey. Price $3,000. This is a bargain. $500 cash ; balance monthly will buy it. Prince street: Handsome new English basement brown stone front; 1 < > large rooms and bath, electric bells, speaking tubes, tiled fire places, everv modern convenience. Price $7.000. Lot 25x100 to wide alley. Fayette street, near A. & F. dejiot: Seven room Brick House: lot 23x115 ; house out of repair, Price $1,200. Easy terms. Commerce street: Nine rooms and bath Frame Honse; dry cellar, nice hallway ; lot 25x100 to alley. Price, on easy terms, $1300. Queen street: New six-room Frame House; lot 100 feet deep. ?100 cash : $8 a month will buy this. Price $700. Buy this homo and save rent. M. B. HARLOW & CO., 107 south Royal street. _ _ Alexandria, Va. FOR SALE -STORE and DWELLING on the corner of Alfred and I'endleton streets. A Iso 'I WO HOUSES on Alfred street, between Oronoco and I'endleton -street, six rooms, in good condition. Terms can bo made to suit. Also LOT aud ST A RLE on the alley bark of the houses: lot 70x23 feet Apply to WM. II. SMITH, uovl2 lm_ ('i ;- S. rgeant. FOR RENT. \ NEW T "' > ST' HIV BRICK HOUSE. Modern improvements. Beautifully papered. Large dry cellar. 100 yards from the electric railway. Convenient to depot. Large pantry and bath. Large Side garden and parking in front. Only $15. WHEAT & SUPER, 1505 Pennsylvania avenue, n. w. Washing? ton, D. C, or 417 S Fairfax street, Alex? andria, Va. nov7 tf FOR RENT.?Near Io"al depot and elec? tric cars. TWO STOBY PRESS BRICK HO?SE with brownstone trimmings. Six rooms, besides largo pantry and bath. Largo dry cellar under whole house. Side garden. Beautifully papered, and bay window. Park? ing in front. High and healthy. Modern improvements. $10.(ill per month. Anplyat once. Also handsome EIGHT-BOOM HOUSE. WHEAT & S UTE R, 1505 Pennsylvania avenue, n. w. Washing? ton. D. C, or 417 S.Fairfax street, Alex and ria, Va. oct30 tf _CONFECTIONERY'. New York Fruit Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Foreign & Domestic Fruit. DOMESTIC FRUIT ESPECIALLY, Fresh every day. jy20 Brengle's Luxuries, 531 KING STREET. Delicacies, Ice Creams, Choice Water Ices, Soda Waterand Lunches. The best of Desserts, Candies, Cakes Pies, etc. Caters for fain and entertainments, my2 ly george r. hill & co, Manufacturers of Fine Family Crackers and Fancy Cakes, Manufacturing Confcctiocers AND JOBBEBS OF SPECIALTIES 216, 218 and 220 N. Leo street, jan4_ALEXANDRIA. VA. JJEADY FOR THE SEASON. D. HARRY APPICfl. Wholesale and Retail CONFECTIONER AJSTD FRUIT DEALER, 625 KING STREET. FINE FRENCH CANDIES AND FANCY CAKES, ALL HOLIDAY AND FAMILY CONFEC? TIONS, &o. NUGGETS. We have so named them because of their purity and generil excellence. They beat the record for quality at the price, and just fit the mouth nicely. They are an Ideal Lunch or Tea Table Bis? cuit, combining a confection with a line bis? cuit. They are attractive in appearance, delicate and "taking" in tl.ivor, and are made by Alexandria mechanics and machinery, in an Alexandria building, taxed insured and re? paired in Alexandria, with Alexsndria capi? tal ; delivered in an Alexandria-mado wagon, by an Alexandria man, who drives Alexan? dria-bought harness, fed and shod horses, and advertised in Alexandria newspapers. If by any cbanco our representatives over? look you. a postal will insure your seeing these goods and prompt service. GEOEGE R. KILL & CO, feb3 tf_216 to 222 N. Leo Street H The Alexandria Brick Works, Situated on Hunting Creak, Are now prepared to receive orders and de? liver Bricks of all kinds used in the trade on the shortest notice. Apply to M. B. HABLOW, Secretary and Treasurer. FARMERS, REAL X. 0. DUST! X. O. DU8T'. The New Great Discovery, X. 0. Dust, forth* relief from the Texas or Buffalo Fly on cattle, just received and for sale by ' W F. CREIGHTON & CO. _ AUCTION* SALES^^_ liy E4 F. Knox, Auc?'oneer. BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE of the Cor? poration Court of the city of Alexandria, Va., rendered on the Dlth day of July 1894, i in the chancery cause therein depending, un I der the style of M. R. O'Sullivan vs. Daniel O'Sullivan, the undersigned, the special com? missioner therein named, will offer for sale at public auction on SATURDAY, the 17th day uf November, 1894, at 12 o'clock m., in front of the Royal street entrance to the market building in the city of Alexandria, Va., tho following described rail estate to wit: All that TENEMENT AND LOT OF GROUND in tho city ot Alexandria, on the south side of Gibbon street, between Washington and Columbus streets, bounded as fo'lows: Heginning on the south side of Gibbon street 15 feet 9 inches cast of the line of the lot formerly Nightingill's and at the middle of the partition between two frame tenements, running thence east on Gibbon street 1~> feet 9 inches; thence south 100 feet to a 10 feet alley, thence west 15 feet 9 inches, aud thence north 100 leet to tho bo ginning, together with all rights, easements and privileges to said lot of land belonging or in anywise appertaining. Terms of Sale?One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, one-third thereof ou a credit of twelve months, and the residue thereof on a credit of two years, the credit in? stalments to bear interest from the day of sale and to bo evidenced by tho bonds of the pur? chaser with good personal security. Title to be retained until the further order of tho court. Conveyancing at the cost cf the pur? chaser. FRANCIS L SMITH, Commissioner of Sale. I, John S. Beach, clerk of tho Corporation Court of tho city of Alexandria, do certify that Francis L. Smith, commissioner of sale in the chancery cause of M. R. O'Sullivan vs. Daniel O'Sullivan has given bond with ap? proved security, as required by tho decree of July Kith, 1894, in said cause. octl(> lawts JOHN S. BEACH, Clerk. By R. F. Knox, Auctioneer. rjIRUSTEES' SALE. By virtuo of two certain deeds of trust, ono executed by Warren Choato and Kate M., his wife, to TJiomas Leadbeater and others, trus? tees of tho Old Dominion Perpetual Building Fund Association of Alexandria, Virginia, dated July 29th. 1892, and recorded in deed 1'ook No. 28, folio 237, of tho land records of the city of Alexandria, Virginia, and the other executed by Lewis T. Lewis to Thomas Lead? beater and others, trustees of tho said associa? tion, dated May 23rd, 1893, and recorded in deed book No. 30, page 203, of said land re? cords, and having been thereunto ordered and directed by the Board of Directors of the said association, the undersigned trustees of tho said association, will on SATUEDAY, the 17th day of Novembor, 1894, at 12 o'c'oek m., in front of tho Royal street outran e to the Market Building, in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, sell at public auction for cash, ALL THAT LOT OF GROUND WITH THE BUILDINGS AND IMPROVE? MENTS thereon, situated on the west side of Fairfax street, between Princess and Oronoco streets, in tho city of Alexandria, Virginia, aud bounded and described as follows : Be? ginning on the west side of Fairfax street at a jmint 25 feet north of the intersection of Princess street with the west side of Fairfax street, and at the northeast corner of Harlow's lot, and running thence northwardly with the west line of Fairfax street 45 feet j thenco westwardly parallel to Princess street (18 feet; thence southwardly parallel to Fairfax street 45 feet to Harlow's line; and thence east wardly with Harlow's line and parallel to Princess street 08 feet to tho beginning, with all rights aud appurtenances to the same be? longing. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser THOMAS LEADBEATEB,) HENRY GREEN, [ Trustees. FRANK T. KING, J novl td OFFICIAL. STATETAXES. NOTICE TO STATE TAX-PAYERS. City Tbeasukkk's Office, } Room No. 1, City Hall > Alkxaxdkia, Va., Nov, 10,1894. J I am now proparcd to receive State taxes for the year 1894. All persons paying their tares before DECEMBER 1ST wUl save a penalty of live per cent., as on that date the penalty of live per cent, will be added to all unpaid bills and their collection enforced, as the law directs. M. B. HABLOW, novlO tdeel City Treasurer. I OPEN STOCK CHINA.?We have just im? ported two new OPEN STOCK PAT TEENS in best English Porcelaino. One a beautiful blue decoration. DINNER SETS, 112 pieces, at $12. TEA SETS, 50 pieces, at $4.50. And a "filled in" pattern of Blue and Yellow Flower, Gilt Knobs and Handles, on same shapo as the above in full set only. DINNER SETS, 114 pieces, at $16. TEA SETS, 56 pieces, at $6. These goods are selling fast and are at prices away down from former figures. See our cast window and come in and seo tho quality. _E. J. MILLER & SON. Chatham'sStables, ALEXANDRIA, VA. Horses. Buggies, Carriages and Omnibuses for hire, day and night, at reasonable prices. Boarding Horses a specialty. Nice Carriages for weddings and funerals. Telephone 31, B. 117,119,121,125 and 127 N. Pitt st B. L. MYERS & CO., augl3 Proprietors. LANDRETH'S NEW CROP OF TURNIP SEEDS to arrive next week; lower prices han ever before. HERBERT BRYANT, _No. 117 King street VERY Handsome and Complete Assort? ment of DRESS and APRON GING? HAMS at very low figures, at ?_AMOS B SLAYMAKER'8. NEW MACKEREL, Potomac Family Roo Herring by the barrel, half-barrel and dozen. H.C.WALLACE _900 King street JUST received from the Manufacturers, the best CORSET in shape, quality and fit, ever offered for 50c; extra long waist, at _AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'8. CRIMSON CLOVER SEED, new crop, just received, prices very low. HERBRRT BRYANT, _No. 117 King street GOOD TOMATOES CHEAP?Royal Red, Red Ripe and Reliable Brands of Toma? toes, fuU sizes 9c, 3 cans for 25c at J. C. MILBUBN'S. EDUCTION IN FLOUB?Potomac Flour, i which is unexcelled, $4.50 per barrel, and 65? P".*"*? J. C. MILIOTEN'S. R BANQUET LAMPS.-An entirely new line of Lamps and Silk 8hades just re? ceived and at low prices at ceivM' E. J. MILLER & SON'S. EN'S PERCALE COLLARS and CUFFS, a small lot slightly soiled; will sell for 15 cents a set: collars 5c, cuffs 10c, at AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S. MAXIMUM, Minimum, Clinical Standard Dairy and Brewers' Thermometers, Hydrometers, Aneroids, Barometers, &c_ for aalo by E. S. LEADBEATEB & SONS,