Company Names, addresses, dates1:
Dr. Richard H. Stabler, Corner King and Washington Streets, Alexandria VA (1851)
Dr. Richard H. Stabler, 165 King Street, Alexandria VA (1864-1870)
L. Stabler & Co, 701 King Street, Alexandria VA (1888)
L. Stabler & Co, 104 King Street, Alexandria VA (1888)
Chataignes 1888/1889 directory of Alexandria lists "L. Stabler & Co" at 701 King Street under "Druggists" , and also at 104 N. King Street under "Soda Water Manufacturers"4. I'm not sure if it's the same "L. Stabler" who owned both businesses. But there is an 1887/1888 Alexandria directory that has an advertisement for another company (Summers & Allen) as both druggists and manufacturers of soda water, so it's quite likely that the same person/company could do both at that time.
I beleive the "L. Stabler" who was a druggist was Laurence Stabler, the grandson of Edward Stabler. Edward started the Stabler-Leadbeater Apothocary, which today is a museum. I will add more information about that with some references when I get a chance.
The modern day address 701 King Street shows up as 165 King Street in a map published in July 18853. This location is at the corner of King and Washington Streets. So apparently the first three addresses listed above (cor King & Wash Sts, 165 King St, and 701 King St) all refer to the same location.
This is a 7" aqua hutchinson bottle embossed:
vertical: RETURN TO / L. STABLER & CO / ALEXANDRIA, / VA.