ALEXANMUA, VA., THUBSBAT ETENING, OCTTOKEB (i, 1910.
PRICE 2 CENTS.
VOLUME C5XL-NO, 237
A Reliable Remedy
Ely's Cream Balm y JJ5
ttafcri at Once.
rrl Catarrh and dmes
:. Full aita
? ?s or by maiL Liquid
-,;,-?> Warren Str-t, New York.
j(?is p. Roatoraow, 01:0.8. txmtm,
Alexandria Fertilizer and
M WlTAl TURER
Fertilizers, Fertilizer Materials and
Ask vour dealet aw Bbe Alexandria
Fertili/'. ??iindCheniieal Co.'s Products.
Capacity: 50.000 tons per annum.
and Potonaae River
Wharf. Alenrandrla, Virginia.
Trale leave i nlon Station, Alexandria.
!,. ffoct Oetober2, 1910.
\. i; PollowlngacheduleflgureBpub
lishcdonl.i aa Information, and are not
T:IT A. M. DalljT loeal between \\ a.-di
ii and Danville.
vi; \. M. Dally Loeal lor Harriaon
bnrgand way statlons.
917 V. M. Daily?U. 8. Paai Mail.
Slopaonh for paasengera for pointa aouth
iwhlehBcheduled to atop. Flrat elaaa
ctaches; sleeplng eara to Blrrningham
and dmwlng room aleeping cara to New
Orieana. Dlning caracrvioe.
ll it \ M Dally Malltraln. Ooaebea
Dam llle ;imt Oreenaboro. Sleeplng eara
(ii-e.-n-boro to Atlanta.
1:47P.M. -Weekdaya LoeallorWar
rcnton and Ilarrtaonburg.
Ifl2 i*. M. Dally Blrrningham apeo
lal. Sleeplng ears hetween /New '> ork,
,ta. Alken and Jacksonville.
Sleeper lo Birtninghain. Through flrat
between Washington and
nville. Dining -ll serviee. lour
i ililoinii four liin.-s.weeklv.
i- \i. Week daj f~eal for Har
riaonburgand waj station* <>n Mai
branch. Pullmau bufiet parlorear.
6:13 r. M. Dally liOeal for Warren?
ton and Charlotteavllle.
10-7 r M- Daily- Waabington and
n.<- Umlted (vla Lynehburg).
i^ coach :md sleeplng ?
KnoxviUe Bnd Chattanooga.
si,V|,Tt?Niu Orieana, Waabington to
Koanoke. Dlning ear aenrlee.
l\ \i Dally Nea Vork, Atlanta
*nd New Orleans Liinlted. All Pullman
train. club and obaervatiou oara to New
Orleans. SLeeping eara to Aahevllle,
ft.tl.inta. Maeon nnd Xew Orlenns.
in- eara to Charlotte. Dlning ear aervioe.
1-7 A. M. -Dally Memphis speelal.
Sleeplng eara and eoaches Ibr Roanoke,
KnoxviUe. N'aahville, Chattanoora and
Memphis. Dining ear aervlee. waan
Ington sleeping eara open I0*? P. M.
fhrengh tralnafrom the aouth ajrlve
at Uexandrla 6:13 and ?28 and 1023 a.m.
213 7-v I0:13and ll/- P. M.dally, Mar
riBonburgllSSA. M. week days and 9:13
p M. dailv. From Charlottearille 928
[?RAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
saadria IW. A O. Station)
week daysat 852 \. M .3:55 aud I
Bluemont: 62Q P. M.week daya foi Lee?
burg; iv- P. M. dallj for Bluemont and
9.23 A. M.. loeal, on Sundaya Onlj Rw
Bluemont .. , .
Por detailed aehedulc Qgurea, tloketa,
Pullman reaervatlon, etc.. apply to
\\ 11,1.1 am <;. i.i in w
Unloa Tlokel Igent, Uexandria, \ a.
i ii t'OAl'MAN, Ueneral Manaeer.
.s ll. II VRPWICK, Paas Traf. Mgr.
ii. i (m;v General Passenger Agent
l. fi Brown, Oeneral Vgent,
Waahlngton, i>. c.
Washington Southern Ry.
Sehedule ill cll'eet -May 16, 191 '
Traina leave Union Station for Waab?
ington and OOfnta north at " i;
s_3and&32_ m., 1201,230,807,8 (8and
. in.. daily.
Por Frederlckaburg, Richmond aml
pointa south al 137,753 loeal) and 1022
a. m.. 12 ia, i 22, ."> i" (loeal 7i- and B H
p. rn. , , . , ,
.ccommodatlon for Prederickaburgat
ii 13 u. m.. da ly. On week daya this
train runa through to MUford.
and oonneetiona not guaranteed.
\V P. l. Vi LCR, Trafnc Manager.
Washington, Alexandria &
Mt. Vernon Railway.
ln eil'eet May 1. IMO
11 wi: auu uroniA.
Fot Waahlngton, from corner Prince
and Roval atreeta, week days. at 5 10,
, ,, i ',? : .: io ( ..? " Oe l S ? K
J 0 -1. S3r>. 833. 8M.9 10,930,050,
: ?50. 11 1?. il 35, 1130, 11 00 a.
m 1210. i:-"-. 1230, 1250, l 10, l :">. 1:?
1 &6 J I0.2ii.230.250,3 05,3
I 10 i 25, l 30, I 10. I 55, 5 10, ?"> 55, 5 35, ?'> .*).
? 715.7 25,800,880,
? I >. 10 00. 10:?. 11 lo and 11 55 p. m
Bundaya TOO, 7::'.. S 10, 820, 840, 900.
9 20 9 W 1000, 1020, h> lo. n 00, 11 20 and
, ni.. I_00 in.. 1220, 12 40, 1 00
I io 20 0,420,
.) in . 20, 6 M), 7 00. 7 _V,
0, 1000, io30aud
II 10p "0
t'Vll MOIN I VI l-.VON.
1 ,-ive Alexandria for Moimt \ernon,
week daya.at 6 15, 058, T56, BR1, 1025,
il ?, i ni . 1226, I -'? - -?? :::i"- ' I
(ita "15*8 50 9 50.10 50 aml 11 50 p. m.
"Su, ? 130. 11 30 a.
,n. l" :v?. 1 ?>? 2 80, 3 80, ?? 30, 5 30, 6 80. 7 30,
B ic and 10 W O. Ba. _
Wm. H. Peck
PAYNE AND QUEEN STREETS.
ORO( ERIES, im;..A'lSlONS. WOOD.
COAL. 1 IMI MKNT, 1KK11A
, I'A SEWKR PIPB. NAIL.S,
0LA88, I'AIN is \ki> OH*
Ivory Wall Plaster
A karge qoantlty oi new and second
?und lumber and seeond hand briek for
WM. H. PECK.
PI'HI.ISHEO DAIl.Y AND TRI-WEKKI.Y AT
OAZETTE BUILDING, rtlO and 312
[Entered atthe Postofnce of Alexandria,
Virginia. as second-class matter.]
TngtK Daily-1 year. $6.00; 0 months,
$2.50; 3 months, $1.25: 1 month,43 ccnta
1 weok, 10 eents.
Tri-wpekly? 1 vpar, $3.00:6 nionths
$1.50: 3 months, 78 eents; 1 month. 2>
'Jontract advertisers will not be allowed
to exeeed tbeir space unless thoca
is paid for at Intiisieiil. ratea, aud under
no eircitmstanees will they he allowed
to advertise other than their lagitl*
inatchusiiipss in thcspacp eontraeted
for. _ ,
Resolutions in memortarn. or tnanaa,
tributpsof respeet, resolutionsadopted
by sociPtiPS or persons.unless of puhlic
eonoern, will be prlnted ln tbe paper
A French variety actress, Mlle. Gaby
Deslis, cost King Manuel his throne,
according to high officials of tl.e Ger
n.an government. who yesterday in
Berlin expressed no surprise at tho
revolution in Portugal.
According to these othcials. history
has repeatei itaeli in I'ortugal. where
Manuel'a flaunting ol his miatreai is
the faee of his starving Bubjecta caused
a wave of popular indignatioti that
eulntinated in the revolt.
The reporta from the German min*
isters iu Ltsboo have long emphasized
the puhlic anger that wa.- caused by
Manuel'a actioni toward his French
inistress. Thougb the nation was
hankrupt and her people oppressed by
taxation were starving, Manuel is said
|0 have given rare jewels worth $500,*
000 tO the daneer ;.nd aclress. It is re
i that he lodged ber in a loyal
?uite in his palace in l.ishon and
that Bbe acoompanied him on all bia
[n a pollte way the world has been
informed on a number of oceasions 61
Manuel'a anttea in I'aris, where the
French poliee oftan took bim in totr
and closed up various reaorta while the
boy king and his friends iu tl.e Portu*
gueae court grew gay bi Ihe compnii*
ionship of women of the French half
world. Onlva few months ago Manuel
spcnt Beveral dayi in I'aris and it was
gravely announced hy his uiinisiers
that this was to he hk last "fling"
before marrying and settling down.
It was ...i <.ne ol theae jaunts that
Manuel met Mllc DesllB, and attached
ber to bia entourage. Since that tinae
he ll said to have fpenl most of his
time with ber, neglecting tbe signs of
di- ontent in the nation.
Manuel'a pereonal extravagance and
thal of his mother and grandmother
als.. contributed to the wrath thal led
u]i to the revolt
It is in time ol Budden miahap or ac
cide.it that ChainherlainV Liiiim. ni
can be relied upon tO take tl.e ).lace of
the family doetor, whu cannot always
be found at the moment. Then it is
that Ghambarlain'i Linimenl ia never
found want ing. In ea-.es of sprains,
Liniment takcs out the soreness and
drives away tl.e pain. Sold by W. P.
Creighton and Riehard Gtbeon.
ItFVOI.T U.AINST ItOOSF.VF.I.T.
Revolt against Roosevelt rule has
swept the I'nion LeagUC Club in New
York. and in that < itad.l of republi
canism has heen raised the standard of
.lohn A. Dix. democratic candidate for
governor of the state <.f New York.
Membera of the famoua orgaoization,
whose loyalty tO their party has heen
alulOSt a creed. will for the tirst time
in their lives vote against a candidate
of the republican party as a rel.uk- to
tbe influenea which hatenad upon the
oonvention at Baratofa tbe _ominatiqt>
01 Henry I. Btimaoo. Although tbe
nominee for the governorahip, Mr.
Btimaoo is a member <>f the club. it ia
openly declared thal within the mem
bership ofthe Union League his name
will be oft. ii Bcratehed on election day
or entirely ignored.
Qroupa ol men who had been i.lenti
tied for deoadea with the ideals of Lin
oolo and of Grant sat iu the league
clubhouae, al Pilth avenue andThirty
ninth street. yesterday evening and
openl> denoonced the attempt to im
pressa dietatorship on the statp. In a
private room, where he had made his
way dbaerred only by a faw, Booaevelt
was in conlprpnce with several of his
alliee. He had dined there and al?
though his preaanoa was known to Bev?
eral men who had been hisfrieuds ever
since Iip entered political life, they did
not greet him, but withdrew from the
Many membera of the club made no
effort to disguise their intentions to vote
the democratic tieket straight. or, for
ihe purpoae of preeerring the aemblance
of party regularity to cast their, ballots
for Mr. Dix and then vote for the re
maining olliecrs ou tlie republican
F.lv'? Cream Balm has beea tried ar.d
not found ? antiug ln thouaanda of home
all over the country. It has won a place
ln the famiiv medicineeloeetamong the
rollable bousehold rernedlea where u Ifl
kept at band for uae in treatln. cold iu
the head Juat aa aoon aa some member
,.(the bouaehold begina the prellmlna*-y
aneexlng or Bnuffling. lt fflvea Imme
dlate reliet'and a day or nvo's trcatnient
will puta stop tO B old which might. if
not eheeked, beeame ebronle and run
Into a bad case of eatarrh.
Sl H ID1. OF A Ml'KDEKKK.
After fatally wounding Deputy
Sheriff Hudson and former Sheriff
Gordon while barrieaded in his home
in the suhurbs of Oeala, Florida. yester?
day William Sumiuerlin placed the
mtizzlc of a rille in his tnouth aud blcw
his head off.
For three hours Suinnierlin resisted
the efforts of membera of tho poliee
department and sheriff s deputies to ar
rest bim, tiring on every person in
Tbe Ocala Ritles ^ere called out and
Great Atlantie and Pacrfic Tea Co.
51st Anniversary Sale
This is tbe sale are eelebrate Wltb s,,eeial j,,bih;e bM|0^| ,' ^"auXi. j' fi in'-"' S'" ubil.V.
Th.- 330 Btoroa ofthe Oreat Atlantie A Paoifl ',tu ,', ;..!..
.o-ilioll. Wllil uie aiiiin i i-< ....... ..-. .. ...... ?? ??. .... ,i,,,,,, ,,
great less,,,, ofeconomy to mill.a of housekeeperaandaave them
Welnvite ALL ALKXANDRIAand NEI01IBORIN(j |,,u^.1
.irilll.i:i;"andsliar,-i? the hounliful feaat ol' bargaiaa in ROOOW
Unparalled Anniversary Offerings
A &, P Stores This Week
Baker's Cocoa. can.
Lca and Perrln'a Sauce. bottle .
Gold Duat. large package .
M organ's Sapolio. cake.
Iona Tomatoes. can.
Secded Raisina. 3 packagcs for.
A & P Grape Juicc. small bottle.
A ? P Grapc Juice. large bottc.
Clotheapins. 100 for .
Saleratus. pound .
Colman's "Mustard. can.
White Cherries. 2 cans for.
Iona Peaa. 3 cana for.
Plums. 3 cana for.
Spinach. 3 cans for.
n-ij, iu to eelebrate ihis ?OHA'NI)
-blch webave prepared fortim
TRY OUR FANCY
A & P Flour
A ?? P Teas Are Incomparable
The judgment of our Tea buyera ia infallible--they
gather in the fincst tcas grown io the world forAWP
Our famous Goldcn Kcy Tea is a mixturc of the best
black and grccn tcas imported at the pricc. 60c pound.
Thca Ncctar Tea. 60c pound.
Pure Lard. pounJ
Rcx Lard. pail
. . 16c
, . 14c
. . 55c
45c and 75c
Best Elgin Butter.
A & P Coffees Are Surpassing
Our Senate Blcnd. pound - 25c
5 pounds for 91.13.
Our Congrcssional Blend. pound - 35c
3 pounds for 91.00.
And Other of Our World Famous Coffees at
20c to 40c pound.
New York State Cheese.
Ib . 18c
Brookneld Egg*. dozen . . . 30c
Plain Egga. dozen. 26c
THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO..
52 5 KING STREET.
lurrouuded the bouae. Sbortly after,]
nigbtfall the cordon cloeed in, the door,
waa broken down, and Bummerlin'a
body waa found on the floor with half.
his head blown off.
Early in the afternoon Hudaon went
to Summerlin's home to serve a war?
rant for a niinor offensc Suininerlin J
warned tbe oftlcei nol to come into hia
yard, and when Hudaon Btartedinliol
was shot down. sheriff GordoB bear-i
ing tho ihot, went to the aaaiatance ol
lludson. and while beoding over the
prostrate form of thedeputv, Gordon
was -hot down. _
l-'IFI V VEARS' EXPERIENCK <>F
AN OLD NI'RSK.
Mra Wlnalow's Soothlng Byruplsthe
proBorlptlon of one of the heat nr?aie
physicians an.l nurses in tl.e l'nit-d
Stat.s. ar.d has l.ce.i uaed ft? fifty years
with Dever-fidling aaeeeaa by miiiions ot
mothera for their children. lt reMeves
the ehild from pain. cures diarrho.a
griplng in the howels. and wlnd eolic
By giviag health to the ehild it rests the
mother Tweutv-fiva eents a l>ottle.
DRBAMa oS i.ah'n i i.ih.k \ti<>\.
Sebastiao Magalbiea Lima one ofthe
chiefs of the l'ortuguese republican
party, who long predicted B revolution
in bia country, had planned to deliver
a lecture in I'aris on Saturday explain
ing the republican ideai and ..rganiza
tion. In viewOftheeventl in I'ortugal,
he made puhlic. the text of his l.-tine
la t night.
Senor lima ia convinced that the
proclamation of a repuhlic in I'ortugal
will have world-wid. effecU, more jm
medtately upon Spaio. Biaxil, spcak
ing the same language, will be I
Of an ally, and the federation of the
[berian peinnanla, be beueveef*WilJ be a
dedaive atep toward a Latin federation
with southern and (Vntral Anipricati.tc
publies which have the same language
Bueh a federation, oonttaneaffleDOt
Lima. would undeniably involvp a
raat transformation in the politica of
Burope, and who knows if a Latin fed
eration raighl not i.e a itep toward that
ideal now far off?a federation of all
A. D. Butta, former cashier of the
People "s Bank, of Portsmouth. was rc
leaaed from prison yeaterday but was
immediately arreated ?>n additional
chargea r?f embeaaletaent.
Take Advantage of
Clearance Sale of
$4.15 foran all nu-tal col
lapsal.le Go-Gart Regu?
lar 16.60 value.
$12.50 for English Car?
riages, Leather Cloth Lined
Hood, 118.60 value.
$ls..,o for Knglish Car?
riages,I^eather Cloth Lined
Hood, $-5 value.
When you take into consideration all the high-class. completed.
full city improvements in
The nineteen completed handsome homes and two more to be
built at once: also the further facts that a number of lots are
sold. which have not yet been built upon. leaving but three un
sold lots on one siJc of Rosemont Avenue. throughout its entire
length.the question ofthe permancnt. and absolute auc" ? of the
prooerty as a high-class residencescction is settlrJ ' ad any
Now is the Time
To get one of the fc-v handsome. comfortable home* yet unsold.
and livc comfortably this winter.
I will bc glad to show you thesc houses at your convenience.
F. L. Slaymaker,
313 King Street.
THE ROSEMONT MAN.
From now on we will have
Napoleons. Tuinovers. Cho
colate Eclairs. Cream Puffs
fresh daily. and all sorts of
Coffce Cake on Saturdays.
HDT /^/^LJ 615 King
Vii'.iilMA. - ln de Clerk'a i
tbe i torporatlon (Soart of tbe < Ity oi
Alexandria, on tbe 8th day of septem?
CarrieLeeC. .lohnston vs. Kobert Gra
imiii Johnaton. in ebanecay.
M.-ino. Tba objeet of thia anit la toob
tain for the coinplainaiit. larrie J. C.
.lohnslon, anabeolute divoree from the
bonda of matrlmony from the defendant
ri Qrabam Johnaton; and ttat tbe
i lainant be awarded the oustodyand
raiaing of their Infant daughter. "d'ta
[Yvonne Johnaton, and for Bueh furtnor
und reneral relief aa to equity is WjJ-.
lt appearing by an afldavlt fded in tnia
that tbe defendantvlb berl (irahain
.lohnslon, is :i non-r.-sident of this Btate:
' 11 i- Ordered, That said defendant ap
ipear bere within flfteen daya after due
' publlcatlon of this order, and do WbaB U
, protect hia intorest in tnis
Bolt, ano that a eopy of thlaerder ne
rotthwlth inserted in the Alexandria
Oazette, a newepaper published m tuc
City of Alexandria. oiu-e a week for mur
aueceaalve treeka.and posted attherront
door ofthe Court Houae ofthiscity.
m:\ ki.i.s ,,ki-;i-:n"away,( lerk.
Roblnaon M ?i. sep^w^w-thu
Leadbeater's guarauteed Cherrv Cough
Remedy to eure cougha. We don't aay
oryour money back, becauae there a
noneed. lt eurea: '4U<bottle.
Tii LOTTTE CAVE.?Tako notiee that
on saturday. 2Rtb day of Oetober,
V.Mo. b'-tueen the hoursof ten o'cloek a.
m. and six o'cloek p. 111.. at Ihe oflie<> of
Frcdcrick P. Russell, 117 north Fairfax
Street, in tho city of Alexandria, Va., I
shall proeced to take the testimoiiy of
Oilbert W. Cave and othera io bo read In
my hehalf in a eertain suit iu OQUity
now pendrng la tho Corporation Court of
said city in which you arodefendant.and
I am eomplainant, and if the taking of
the testimony be not bcgun or if begoa
be not completed on that day, thon
th? taking ofthe saino shall hc continuod
from time to time and from plaee to
plaee until the samr shall h.ivc been
completed. OILBERT W.CAYE.
AfBdaTil barlng been mado ln this
eause that the defendant, IjOttie Cave, is
not a r..>i(leiit or tbe state of Virginia. It
la ordered that the rorcjroing notiee bo
inserted in the Alexandria Gazettc. a
newpaper published in the Citv or Alex?
andria. Virginia, once a week rjr four
XKVKLI. S. OREKKAW.-W.
Clerk ol tlie Corporation Court.
Mutual Ice Company
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in Ice.
Carload Lots and Country Ordera a
Exceptionally pure. deliciously palata
ble.'clear as crystal.
cameron and I'nion streets, Alexandria.
Bell Telephone No. 51.
To Enjoy Walking
TRY A PAIR OF
Katz's E. Z. Shoes
KATZ'S, 400 KING ST.
Corner King and Royal Streets
Capital $100,000. Surplus and proiits $30,000.
United States Depositary. Depositary for the
state of Virginia.
Depositors afforded every facility for business,
security and accommodation.
Large and small accounts invited in both our
Commercial &, Savings Departments
on grounds of absolute safety and satisfaction.
Judge C. E. Nicol, President.
Wm. B. Smoot, Vice President.
John A. Marshall, Vice President.
T. C. Smith, Vice President and Cashier.
Funds invested for our customers. Details care
fully attended to for all. Call to see us.
Drat'ts issued on all parts of the world.
Interest paid at three per cent in our Savings
_K_____M__r if^V-_ Having purchased an interest
KRYPTOIV. pUT\ in the
-m^^j Cofumbia Optical Co., Inc.
R*?-^B I Solicit Your
908 FSt., N. W. (South Side)
Washington, D. C.
W. E. DIENELT. Optlcian.
Alexandria I illlee, M i Prlnee street ?Eolnttaent
after 1-0 p. m.
Special for This
Opaque Window Shades in all colors.
Our Regular 25c Window Shades this week
only 18c, with fYxtures.
Women's latest style Handbags, good value
at 50c, this week 25c. If this bag can be
bought any where for less than 50c bring ours
back and get your^money back.
We guaranteeyou a 50c Handbag for 25 c,
this week only.
Window Shades made to order. Any size,
style or quality.
518-520 King Street, Alexandria, Va.
Pure Food Store.
Puritan Grape Juice.
15c and 25c bottle.
Hof brau Beer.
Bl.25 per case 24 bottlei.
Call. phone. or write.
|St. Aaaph aad Oronoco Streets.
School Books and
of all kinds, a large lino to
* from. Bring us your
list and we will fill sanic :it
loweat pricea. A line lot of
second-hand booka nowa on
BCX)KSELLERS and STATIONERS
508 KING STREET.
N'extu. Opera Houae,_
f;reatl\ Rribi.-rd Care*
Via Southern Raflway frosu Washington,
Ii. c.and prinelpal Virginia points lo
New Orieana. La., Oetober 11, l- and 13,
iat national eliampionshlp garaes
A. A. U. of America: iinal return limit
Oetober 20, IMO. Call on nearest agent
orwrite L. S. Brown, General Agent.
706 Fifteenth street northweat, Wash?
ington, D. C, for full particulars.
G. Wm. RAMSAY.
U. S. CLUB
6 CAKES FOR
G. WM. RAMSAY.
also 50 pails
G. W. RAMSAY.
Sainuel II. Li.ut. Auctio..
BV VIETUEOF A DBCREEOFTHE
Corporati.m Court ot'lhecity ..I Alc.\
andria. entered on the 1 .th da.v ol Seo
tember, 1910, in the ebaneery eauae ..'
Riehard A. Qtny, who rwea, ete., vs. th.
iinknown ht'irs ofThomas Jol.i.son. <k
ceaaed, tbe underslgned oomml-wloner
ot" sale anpnlntrrtl by th.- aaid deoree
will offer for aale at puhlic auetlon at the
Royal itreet entranee or the Market
Building ofthe olty of Alexandria, *? >r
SATURDAY, TH_ BTTH HAV <>K
at tweive o'cloek .1... ti..- "ollowiagreal
estate, aituate in the <it> of Alexandria,
Virginia, an.l bounded and deaeribed aa
Begtnntng on tbe weel si.le .,1 lairfax
street flfleen feet nine and on.-t.ali
Inehea aouth ofOibbon street and run
nlng thence wesl and parallel wlth Oib
bon street seveiity-livc feet lo an allev
Bixfeetflve Inehea wide; thence wntli
OH s.udallcy (il'tecl. I'r.'t liil.e and olic
hall'ii.ehes; thencecast iu a direct line
s.-ventv-live feet to l-'airl'ax street. an.l
thence north on l-'airl'ax atreel t<> the be
gtnning, with all the apfMutenaneea
with tl.e iiiiprovp.iieiils thereoli.
Ternuofaale Oue-thlrd caaband th.
residllc ll. tWOOqUal ilistall.i.el.ts at -i.\
and twelve month- from the date ol au.
evidence.I l.v th" purchaaer'fl interest
bearing i.ote's; tith- to I.e rclamed until
the piirehase price is paid. .
I...I GLAS8 S'll AllT.
SAM'L O. IlKLN I
l eeitiiv that the bon.l requfred "I
Saml <i. Ilrelit as coininissioner ol -al.
in tbe above cauaohaa l>cen executed by
him with s.irety approvedby me.
Teste: nevell h. greenaway,
HaBing sold mv farm. "U'uiidley." 1}
milesfroin Alexandria. and having to
"ive iminediate poBeeMion, i will s.ii oa
TUESDA V. 11.1. day of October. iT lair,
if not. the tirst fair day thereafler. the
following artictea: I loiuebold and kitob
e.i rurtiUiiie. fariu ii.i|.i. inei.ts. horses,
eows. ehiekcns. bogs. <orn. hay, <v<\
'I'erins on day ol
?ept&I* JAfl B. KIXKY.Agent.
W. A. Johnson & Co.,
N. E. Corner Cameron and Royal streets.
General Commiaaion Merchanta
and dealers in
ALL KINDS OF LIQUORS.
Have on hand Olheoa'B XX. XXX,
XXXX an.l I'ureOld Rye,Old Cabtnet
and Monograra WhiaaJea; also Itaker's
and Thompson's I'ure Rye W'hi-kies, to
which they invite the attention or the
Order* from the country for merchan
di.se shall reeeivc prompt attention.
Conalgnmenta of Flour. Orain and
Countrv Produee aolieited. for which
ttip ygUB ran tee the highest market pricea
and prompt returns_
HWlN'o o.iaiiiipd as adminiatiatrTx
or the ertateof FREDERICK KICH
i:KI.K..leeease.Utll persons lo whom said
estale .-, iiidehtc.l will please presenl
their accounts to tl.e undersitrued. prop
indehtp.l to said estau- are requeated to
make l.romt.t seitlemeut ofthe sui.ic.
URACE 11. KICUERER,
723 (iibbou Street. Alexandria. Va.
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