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LARGEST AND MOST VARIED ASSORTMENT
LAI E, PLAIN* AND EMBROIDERED INDIA
LAWN AND MULL LACE
we have ever displayed, and call your attention to
tho very low price they are marked.
Closiapiii Sale of Boys' Shirt Waists,
In Fancy French Percale, Zephyr and Cheviot.
Prices as follows:
.??1..">(? quality marked down to $1. each.
05c '? " 75c.
75c '? " 50c.
These price-; are for lots of not less than a half
which comprises high novelties and good styles,
we are closing out at cost
To secure theso bargains wo ad vise you to call
early before our stock is broken.
?>:t:t Pennsylvania Avenue,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
BUIXDING MATERIAL. &?
PERRY, SMO0T& CO.
in)!>'.: ?ad WINDOW FRAMES,MOLDINGS, Ac.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS, NAILS, LIME,
CALCINED PLASTER and CEMENT.
NO. S> NORTH UNION ST..
A LEXANDRIA, VLRGINIA
Lumber delivered in tiie city froc.
JOSIAB RJ). 8M00T,
er. mm Lai is,
NA 1 ls. lim e.CEM ENT.CALCINED PLASTER,
Ac. A:c. Ac.
FLOORING. O-iojcs. SASH, BLINDS. FRAMES.
MOULDINGS, MANTELS. BRACKETS
AND ALI. KINDS OF WOOD
Office and yard No. 21 north Union st. Factory
Nos. *'?'> and 1"> north Leest,., Alexandria. Va.
tS*?"-Ni> t.harie for delivery in city. jn:i2S
-lohn rI\ Crciiihfoil &Son.
lVHOr.KSAI.EANn RETAIL DEALERS IK
II ARD YV ARK AM> CITLIIRV.
No. 89 KINO, CORNER OF ROYAL STREET.
tlavconliaud a very large and well assorted
itoeti -.f goods in their line,
Couutry merchants are invited to call and ex?
amine I' iforo purchasing.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Call and soe. [apl2
I ? \\ ES P. RAELT? A SONS.
NO. 63 KING STREET
*. LEXANDRIA VIRGINIA.
Wboicsalo and Retail Dealers in
I VRDWABE AND CUTLERY.
Ruilders' Hardware. Locks, Hinge:;. Screws
DoorP.olts. Latches. Ac, Saddlery, Hardware'
Bridle Bits, Buckles, Rings, Hamos, Ac, Ac.'
Wheelwrights' Hardware. Axlc3, Rims. Hubs'
Spol.es. Sawed Fellows, Tire Iron. Ac, Pocket"
Table, Carving, and Butcher Knives. Ac, Guns
Pistols. Ac A full and complete stock of first*
m goods away in store and sold at lowest cash
We have on hand an assortment of new and
CARRIAGES. BUGGIES and SPRING WAGONS
Which we oflbr at bottom prices.
Come and sec before purchasing elsewhere.
REPAIRING done nromptly and at lowest rates.
mylToui SUMMERS A BRO., Pitt street
FjM.OWER POTS -Just received a lot of Flower
' Pots, assorted sizes, neat ami durable with
? >r without saucers, at
fcbl5 E. .1. MILLER. SON a CP'S.
cjf.ASONABLE?Now is the time to purchase
io THERMOMETERS. We have a largostock .-.;
verv low price-;.
dcc2 E. S. LEADBEATER A BRO. _
IXTHITE NEW ORLEANS V G A R
W 6 cents.
For sale only by
?,an2s .1. C. MlLBiTRN.
Uncanvassei) SCGAR-cured hams,
BREAKFAST PIECES and SHOULDERS
just received by
jau". .1. C. M1LBURN.
mURKEY-RED ta i'.le LINEN, fast colors, at
L 28c; puro Linen half-bleached at 25.37, 45
and 50c; 2 yards wide at (>2'? and 7;">c. For sale
by ; fei>2.r> i a M< >s h. SLAYMAKER. _
U VERMICELLI. LENTILS.
SPLIT PEAS AN 1) BARLEY.
mk5 ? vo. McBurney a son.
ROASTED COFFEES.?Freshly roasted at my
store?Mocha, .lava. Maracaibo, LaGuayra
and Rio Coflees. all carefuliv selected, lor sale by
mrie J. C. MILBURN.
/ 10FPEES?Wo do not sell package Coffees; sell
V only pure Coffees, freshly roasted and ground
at our store.
J. C. MILBURN.
YfJ BBLS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, best
? 0 known brands, bought before the advance.
for sale low by
janl3__ _J. C. MILBURN.
VLARGE assortment of tho latest styles and |
prettiest patterns of Four-in-hand Teck. I
Clandent and Puff SCARFS, iustfrom the factory. I
mh24 a MOS B. SLAYMAKER.* j
COLOUR?Gambrill's Superlative. Hockers Su-J
portative, Swiss, Triumph, Crystal and New
South Flour, choice brands, for salo by
J. C. MILBURN.
pATENT.FLV FANS, two kiuds, for sale at ex
* tra low ju ices at S< King, corner Roval st..bv i
J. T. CEEIGHTON A SON.
8E THE MAGIC STA EC:' if you would have
beautiful finish to your liueu. Sold by
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Alexander HermatiD, tho magician, en
tertained a parly with an amusing conver
f-ntiuii in n New York hotel recently. The
irrepressible reporter was, of course, on
hand, and in reply to some observations
from :be iatler toe professor replied : "Peo?
ple like to see marvellous things. As a
rule they don't care how they are mystified,
how the handkerchief is put into the egg, or
how any one of tho numerous tricks is per?
formed. They are simply content to be
humbugged, as Mr. Circus Barnum says, as
long as they are well fooled.1' ,
To the query, "Is your skill in feats of
legerdemain mainly the result of educa?
tion'/'' the. pre.-:(liti^ilutor answered: "No
sir. My success is duo to tho fact that 1
was built, that way. It is my inheritance
from tho unknown. I have perfected my
manipulation by practice, but tbe initiai
motive comes from my heredity. My skill
is not confined to my sleight-of-hand per?
formances in public. I have psychological
or mesmeric powers which I do not display,
because there has been ho much humbug iu
that iiue. (liveu the proper subject, I can
cause him tc fall to tho lloor without touch?
ing his body. While I don't profess to be
able to explain these phenomena, still I am
p sessed of the power to execute them."
Daring tbe evening the Professor handed
around cigarettes. When the magician
reached his open palm toward the reporter,
upon which lay two of the little tobacco
stulled cylinders, the cigarettes magically
melted into one. As the scribe lit a cigar
ettee tbe Professor plucked another from
the heart of the Jack rose in his buttonhole
and presented it to him.
"As I am rather pleased with your man?
ner and conversation," said the Professor,
"allow me to present you with a slight tes?
timonial of my regard," taking a magnifi?
cent diamond riug from his linger and plac?
ing it on the linger of his visitor. The ring
litto<l like the skin on the eel, and the lucky
scribe bad already begun to congratulate
himself on his pood luck wheu?presto,
weto, change ! and the ring was gone. Bis
mullah ! the ring was picked out of the visi?
tor's pocket by tbe deft lingers of his occult
jags, and it went through a series of open
sesame changes, appearing suddenly upon
tho llocr, sbootiug iris tinted rays from its
diamond eyes, and again tho ring llew out
from between the Professor's choker and
"I will show you one of my best tricks.
'Johnny, get. a bottle of wine and some gob?
lets." Johnny returned with the wine and
goblets. The Professor poured wine into
three goblets until they were full to the
brim. "You will observe, gentlemen, that I
will take this -^lass of wine and throw it into
the air. glass and wine '.roth, and that it will
Tho glass which ;he Professor held was of
the ordinary size used for serving wine. Tho
glass was SO full of the liquid that the Pro?
fessor handled it with care lest he should
spill it. The. Profeesor stepped to tho mid?
dle of the room, holding the wine at
arm's leDgth. He gently lowered tho
glass, and then tossed it into tho the air. Af?
ter iL left the magician's hand tbe glass and
wine disappeared, leaving no trace behind
but a few scattered drops upon the lloor.
Slipping across the room, tho wonder-work?
er look t he glass of wine from tho vest pock?
et of his visitor. After the exclamation of
surprise had subsided, tho Professor said: "I
performed that trick once in Berlin, in 1807.
I atteuded a banquet given by the French
Minister. Bismarck sat on my left, and
wheu I tiirew the wine and glass into the
air I took it out of Bismarck's pocket. When
Bismarck told Emperor William what I had
done he sent me un order to use the Impe?
rial Opera House during my stay in the city
without rent. The Sultan of Turkey was
equally kind to me. We were on board his
yacht and he a^ked me if I could do a trick
with his watch, which was a most beautiful
instrument, studded wiih precious stones,
and probably worth $2,000. After every?
body on board had admired tho watch I de?
liberately threw it overboard. The Sultau
hardly knew how to takesuoh an apparent?
ly flagrant act. It was no joke to throw so
valuable a watch into the sea. 'Your Maj
esty,' said I. 'will you send for a line and
baited hook ?' He did so, and in a few mo
merits the sailor drew on board a large fish.
When I cut the fish open out dropped the
Sultan's watch. Ho was so much pleased
that he presented me with ?2,500 in gold."
The Professor next took a piece of cigar?
ette paper from his pocket. Ho tore the
paper into shreds and handed it to his vis?
itor rolled up into a little ball. "Unroll the
paner carefully," said ho. The visitor did
so, and lo andbehold ! the paper was intact
and had evidently never been torn. This
was evidently the case, but, confound the
luck ! how did ho do it ?
"I never explain how ,1 do my tricks,"
said the Professor. "If I should attempt to
explain them probably only a few out of my
audience would understand the explanation.
I do occasionally partly explain how I do
some tricks, but I usually leave the lookers
on much more mystified than they were be?
fore. It would not be right for me to give
tbe secrets of the craft away. A great many
of the tricks performed by me are also per?
formed by c:h?.-r men, and it would beau in?
justice on my part to destroy their stock in
trade. Besides, anything new in this line of
business is hard to get, aud is jealously pre?
served when discovered."
"Your skill must be an unfailing source of
amusement to you when traveling, is it not'?"
I "Decidedly so. Recently I was goiog to
New York from Boston in n pr.iace car.
When tho conductor fame around to colled
his tickets the passengers were unable to find
them. Pockets were turned inside out,
satchels wore ransacked,and the cushions of
tho seats were turned ovpr. hut no tickets
; could he found. At last I s:-.id to i he copduc
; tor : 'What i? the difficulty, sir?' 'The pas
[ sender? have lost 'heir tickets,' he replied.
! 'You have the tickets, sir,' said I. 'It Is to
j he honed that, yon are not trying to defraud
I the passengers!' He grew- as red in the
j face as a pot of red painl and replied, 'If
I you intend to tetlect on my honesty, sir. I'll
knock your two<eyes imo one.' There is no
occasion for you to lose your temper,' said
I. 'If you will take off your cap you will
lind the ticket- inside the lining.' Sure
I enough, the tickets were where I had indi?
cated. He apologize! to me, and I after
. ward learned mat. be went into the oaggage
j car and examined the tickets with a micro
I scone to be certain that tht-v were not coun
I "I bad quite a laughable ntlu'r with tbe
j colored porter of the same 'rai:;. He asked
? me for my ticket, and whet! I told him that
I he already had it and puiled it oul of bis
j vest pocket bis eve.- almost forsook tbbir
! sockets. Ho evidently thought I was in
I league wit h Satan.''
Among the iucideuts which he related
was one in regard to an episode in the Bur?
nett Hotel, in Cincinnati. Some o?o n-ked
him to play r. joke on the but her connected
I with the hotel. After the barber had lath
' ered and shaved one side of bis face the
beard miraculously grew out again. The
barber shaved !iim t wice, and still thoro
was as heavy a beard as when be began.
The barber threw down his razor und left
the shop in a hurry. The incident had such
a serious effect upon the barber that it was
thought he would have to be-sent to a luna?
On MONDAY, the 20th instant, at 10 o'clock
a. iu., will be offered for sale at No. 84 Ein? St .,
the stock of goods of the late Benjamin Barton,
consisting of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
show ( asks. TOOLS and FANCY ARTICLES.
je!4 5t Mrs. E. D. BARTON. Admx.
By Green Si Wise, Auctioneer.'-.
Sale of Stock
In pursuance of an act of tho General Assembly
of Virginia, approved May 24th, 18S7, the Com?
missioners of the Sinking Fund will expose to
sale at public auction, on
JUNE 30th, 1887, AT 12 O'CLOCK M.,
at the front door of the Corporation Court room,
Fairfax street, Alexandria, Va ,
2720 SHARES OF STOCK
ALEXANDRIA CANAL COMPANY.
The stock will be otl'ered in blocks of 100
shares and also as a whole, with the right to the
Commissioners of tho Sinking Fund to accept the
bids for the stock in blocks or the bid for it ?3 a
whole, as the one or the other may yield the
greater amount of money.
Terms: Cash in current money of tho United
States. FRA> K G. R?FFIN.
Second Auditor, and President Board
Commissioners of the Sinking Fund.
Richmond. Virginia, June J, 1887.
Alexandria, Ya., May 17, LS87.
Kinne all men by Hicst: presents:
That I, John B. Siuoot, Mayor of the city of Al?
exandria, Virginia, byvirtuoofa resolution of the
City Council <??( said city, passed May l'?th,18S7.
do offer a_REWARD OF FIVE HUNDRED DOL?
LARS ($500) for the apprehension and conviction
of the MURDERER <>R MURDERERS OF
POLICEMAN JULIAN ARNOLD, who was shot
aud murdered in said city, on the night of tho
14th day of May, 1887.
' JNO. B. SMOOT.
Mayor of the City of Alexandria, Ya.
OFFICE ALEXANDRIA OAS WORKS,
Rooms Nos. 3 and 5 Market Building.
Alexandria, Va., May 12,1887.
In consequence of a change in the ollice of Su?
perintendent of Gas, I shall not bo able to grant
that indulgence which I have heretofore extend?
ed. The gas therefore will be closed oil' of all who
may bo delinquent, without respect of person, on
the25th instant 'May . The end of the liscal
year occurs this month,and I aiu obliged to settle
1 hope you will respond to this appeal by calling
at the office and paying up.
myl2 tf J. BOX BURY, Superintendent.
All persons indebted to GEORGE AYERS, arc
notified to conie forward and settle their accounts
with the undersigned assignee at once, at my
otlicc. corner Fairfax and King streets, and all
persons having claims against the said George
Avers arc requested to present them to me for
such participation in the proceeds of sale of his
property as is provided for in the deed of assign?
ment. " JULIAN W. HOLT,
All persons having claims against the estate of
the late DA VI D APPICH will present them quali?
fied to according to law for payment, and those
indebted to tho said estate will come forward and
settle at once.
MICHAEL GERMANN, I E?,ltor3
GEORGE. A. APPICH. I ^XCL,lK),;>'
DELICACIES AT BRESGLE'S.
BISQUE CREAM. RASPBERRY CREAM
STEA WEEERY CREAM, ORANGE CREAM.
VANILLA CREAM, LEMON CREAM.
All ilavors of Cream and Water Ices.
HENRY BRKXGLE. 129 KI*?; ST..
Has now opened his
ICE CREAM SALOONS;
retitted and arranged thoroughly for the accom?
modation of all his customers. His Ladies' Ice
Cream Parlors on the second lloor. His newly
furnished saloon for gentlemen. Special room
fitted ap for colored customers who are fond of
the best Ice Cream in' town. He has maintained
his good name for pure goods for thirty years and
still supplies the best and cheapest goods in his
Ice Cream Soda. Pies for dessert or lunch, aud
Pure Candie3 are specialties in which he has nev?
er been excelled. Cakes of all kinds of the best
material cheaper than they can be made at home,
i Ho caters of the best for families, parties, balls,
I fairs and entertainments. myti
j f\VK STOCK OF CUT-GLASS GOBLETS,
i \J Wines and Tumblers is very complete just
\ now, besides a full assortment of Colored Glass
j Ware. Wo have some very handsome Lemonade,
. Punch and Water Sets, and we invite you to call
I aud examine them and the prices.
decl.l E. J. miller, son S: co.
T" homas'S LIQUID BLUE,
in papeb BOTTLES.
; entirely free from acids, and guaranteed pure. The
I greatest nuantity for tho least money of any pure
i goods on the market. Don't fail to try it.
I mh5 geo. McBurney & son.
OFFICE ALEXANDRIA GAS Works.
Room 5 .Market Rldg. i Royal street front:.
Alexandria, Va.. June 8. 1887,
Sealed proposals will be received by the Com?
mittee on Light at the above otlice until June J 8,
1887, for fuuishing the Alexandria lias Works
with FIFTEEN HUNDRED TONS. MORE OR
LESS, OF GAS COAL, to be delivered at the
works in Alexandria. The yield per ton and
illuminating power of gas produced must lie
stated, also the terms of payment. The committee
reserve to themselves the right to reject any and
all bids. By order of the President of the Commit
too on Light
jedtd J. ROXBUBY, Supt.
HARROW A CATONj
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND BROKERS,
Room 2 Market Building,
Offer for sale on easy terms the following desira?
ble city and country property :
IMPROVED PROPERTY (CITY).
Two-story frame dwelling and lot King street, be?
tween Payne and West.
Two-story brick dwelling and lot s. e. cor. Columbus
ami Oronoco streets.
Three-story brick dwelling and lot north side of
Prince, between Lee and Union,
Two-Story brick dwelling and lol Queen street, bet.
Fayette and Henry.
Two-story frame dwelling and lot Fayette street, bet.
Queen and Princess.
Three-story (mine dwelling and lot and store adjoin?
ing s. e. eor. Fairfax and Gibbon.
Throe-story brick dwelling and lot Patrick -tree:,
between King und Prince.
.six two-story frame dwelling- s. c. corner Alfred and
Three-story brick dwelling and lot Fairfax street,
between Prince and Duke.
Two-story frame dwelling und lol Columbus street,
between Prince and Duke.
Two-story brick dwelling, store and lot King street,
between Patrick and Henry.
Tbr.nnd-n-linlf brick dwelling and lot 55 Prince st.
Four-story brick building mid lot known as the "Ton?
tine Hotel." Cameron-t.. between Fairfax and Royal.
Three-and-a-half story brick dwelling and lot s. e.
comer Patrick and Kins;streets.
Two-story brie It dwelling and lot comer Peyton and
Two-story frame dwelling and lot Columbus street
between Wilkesand Gibbon.
Two-story franiodwelling and lot Duke street, bet.
1'atrick ami Alfred.
Tbree-story brick dwelling and lot King street, bet.
Washington and Columbus.
Throe-story brick dwelling audio) of ground Duke
street, between Columbus and Alfred.
Four-story brick dwelling, stable- and lots 11. w. eor
Cameron and St. Asapll street-.
Tliree-slorv brick dwelling and lot s. w. cor. Royal
and Duke streets.
Three-story brick dwelling ond lot Duke street, bet.
Royal and Pitt.
Thrcc-story brick dwelling and lot Washington st.,
between Cameron ami Queen.
Thrcc-story frame dwelling and lol Wilkes street,
between Boyn] and Pitt.
Two-story brick dwelling and lol Union street, bet.
Duke and Wolfe.
Two-story frame dwelling and lol Union street, bet
Duke and Wolfe.
Two two-story frame dwellings and lots Fairfax -t.,
between Queen and Cameron.
Three-story brick store King,bet. Fairfax ami Royal.
Three-story brick dwelling Queen, bet Pitt and Si.
Two houses and lot- St. Asoph, bet. Princess and
Two bouse-and lots .-, w. cor. Queen and Lee.
House and lot s. w. cor. Royal and Queen.
Thrcc-story brick dwelling and lots s. w. cor. Prince
l.o:si.!i.|,?:? between Royal and Fairfax.
Two lots Washington, bet. Oronoco and Pendlcton.
Seven lots Columbus, bet. Oronoco and Pendlcton.
Five lots Henry, between King and Prince.
Lot s. e. cor. Wilkes and Columbus.
Lot Wythc, between Pitt and Royal.
Lot Henry, between Duke ami Prime.
Lot ' i sq. ti. w. cor. Alfred and Wolle.
Lot Columbus, between Pendlcton and Wvtlie. f
Lot I j sq. Pendlcton, Royal and Pitt.
Ten lots Duke, wcsl Of WCSl street.
Lots Canicron, Payne and Fayette.
Li>t- n. c. corner Queen and Fairfax.
A large number of DESIRABLE FARMS in Alexan?
dria, Fairfax, Loudonn, Prince William ami Faiiquier j
counties. je:: IIS
FOR SALE ?ND RENT.
gsj FOR RENT AT !?10 PER Ml >NTJ I.
A SEVEN ROOM HOUSE WITH TWENTY
ACRES OF LAND, in West End. about 300 yards
from the toll gate. Apply to JULIAN W. HOLT,
Attorney at Law. comer Fairfax and King sts.,
Alexandria. Va. my5 tf
[SB ! FISH! FISH!
WM. H. SJIITJJ ?V CO..
Dealers in and Packers of
Potomac Shad and Herring,
Having bought out the outfit of S. J. Reed, are
now prepared to furnish the trado with Fish in
bulk or by tho barrel, half barrel and kits.
Having been in tho business for a longtime,
they think they can give entire satisfaction to
any who may favor them with their orders.
Fish house at the corporation 'ish wharf. No.
All orders entrusted to them, addressed as above,
or box 22$, will receive prompt attention.
apUitf WM if. SMITH a CO.
J_>UEE, REFRESHING AND HEALTHY.
Virginia Norton Seedling Ciarct, pts. and <its.
" Rose of Virginia " "
" Sauterue " "
" Sherry "
?10 cases of the above purest Summer Wines in
store and for sale by
jco_geo. McBurney * son._
FOR EXCURSIONS AND PICNICS -Potted
Ham, Tongue, Chicken, Turkey, Duck,Game,
Sardines. Pickles, Chipped Beef, Lobster, Salmon,
Whole Lambs' Tonguos, Sauces and a full line of
Crackers and Fancv Cakes at
pARIS GREEN: paris GREEN!
Another large supply just received. Put up in
1-11? and 3Vlb cans. For sale bv
jcC W, F. CREIGHTON A CO.
WHITE WASH BRUSHES of superior quality
and others suited to the wholesale trade at
88 King street,
jef J. T. CREIGHTON A Si >N.
ENGLISH and AMERICAN SCYTHES, Hay
Bakes, Scythe Stones, Ac, at wholesale and
jeO _J. T. CREIGHTON a SON;
VT orthern early ROSE, for seed, and
?S burbank potatoes, for table, just re?
rnrlG J. C. MILBURN.
Enameled preserving kettles. Cher?
ry Seeders and Fruit Presses, wholesale and
retail"at ss King, corner Royal street, by
jef* J. t. creighton a S? >N.
IrENTUCKY whiskey, three year; old,
V_ $2.50 per gallon: the best value we have
iefj McBurney a son.
/XASTORINE! CASTORINE!?Baum's ever
\J ready Castorine, a poifect oiler for Bugeies,
Wagons, Carts, &c Never Gums; Never Chills.
For sale by [jeOJ W. F. CREIGHTON a CO.
Just received a fresh supplv at
jefi _ W. F. CREIGHTON & CO S.
1~jUNCY NEW VIRGINIA HONEY, in 1-lb
' packages, just received at
Butter?Choice fresh Virginia, New York
and Creamery Butter just received by
,ip2s J. c. milburn.
ry the potomac supeblattve flour.
For sale by [mylS] J. c. milburn.
mHE golden ham.
j. a?ii geo. McBurney a son.
Rolit Portner Brewing Co.
ai.i:\; axi>Ri a. viitc;ix ia.
Tivoli Lager Beer,
IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
Only the Best Material Used
In the Mannfactnre ofits Beer.
in v-0 .*!m
W. il. TEl'EY FAMILY FLOUR.
These standard brands of Flours keen their rep?
utation. :iui! are made of the best selected Mary?
land and Virginia Wheats.
For sale wholesale and retail by Alexandria
grocers and wholesale !>v
I. E TE1EY& SOUS,
nxy24 Ira GEORGETOWN, 1>. C.
<;<> TO '-.!-;. walicli 's
Granite .taiuiieuts, Headstones,
TOMBS AND ENCLOSURES.
Three New Granite Polishing Machines. liest
facilities for Monumental Work. He guarantees
the brst of work, good stock and low figures.
Works?702, 701 and 706,North Capitol street,
in rear of Government printing ollico, Washing?
ton, D. C. mii2!> :5m
Is to the kitchen what pure, sweet butter is to
tbo table?essential.?Hirne, Cleari/ <?.? Co., Wash
For sale in Alexandria by the following well
P.. W. A VERY. A. C. HARMON & < < >.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
Beware of imitations. All our kettles have red
seal stamped on side.
G. CASSABD & SON. Baltimore. Md.,
Carers of the Cclobratcd "Star Brand" Mild-cured
Hams and Breakfast Bacon.
L. STABLER & CO..
Manufacturers and Bottlers of
SODA Al MINERAL WATERS,
GINGEB ALE AND SARSAI'AEILLA.
Wo have just put in operation apparatus of the
newest pattern for tho production and bottling of
carbonated drinks, which wo are now manufac?
turing of the very best quality, and which can bo
had at any of the saloons or grocery stores in the
city. Wo solicit a trial.
We supply only the trade.
L. STABLER & CO..
N. W. cor. King and Washington sts.,
mil24 Alexandria, Va.
For salo by
feb23 J. D. H. LUNT.
rPHE ENTEBPBISE MEAT CHOPPEB is tho
_L best: does not grind tho meat, like other
cutters, but CHOPS IT. It is useful for many
purposes ALL THE YEAE BOUND in preparing
chicken salad, beef tea, mince meat, hash, &c.
For sale by JAS. F. CABLIN & SONS.
nov3 Alexandria, Va.
BBEECH LOADING GUNS, fine quality. Shell
ejecting. Double action and other Pistols,
Loading Implements, Shells, Caps, Primers, Wads
and other goods in samo line, will bo sold at low
prices, at 88 King, corner of Eoyal streets. Call
hoy 1 1 .7. T. CEEIGHTON i SON.
NEW SEASON GROCERIES.?Dessert Table,
London Layer and Valencia Raisins, Now
Currants and Citron, Fancy Layer Figs, Selected
no v. 24- QEO. McBUBNEY & SON.
pERRY'S HAENESS OIL SOAP.
Three sizes?$1, 50 and 25c sizes; the finest
article in the world for harness. For sale by
feb27 W. F. CBEIGHTON ? CO.
CEREALINE FLAKES, the most digestive of
all Farinacious Foods. A book of receipts
with each package. Sold by
apr!4 GEO. McBUBNEY & SON.
[ F YOUB CHICKENS ABE SICK,
BUNT'S CHICKEN CHOLEBA CURE.
Sold by all druggists and grocers_mh31
GROSS RUMFORD'S YEAST POWDER re?
ceived to-day bv
mb.22 J. C. MILBUBN.
THE GOLDEN HAM, for sale by GEO. McBUB?
NEY & SON. mhll
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, &c.
edw'o. fl. LZ* dbxatkb. t30s. ueasxkater
T7I 8. LBADBEATEB & URO.,
.til. Noo, .ri and 7 a. Fairfax St..
PURE DRUGS and MEDICINES, CHEMICALS
PAINTS, OILS. PROPRIETARY MEDI
CINES, GARDEN SEEDS, SPICES.
AGRICD LTl rSALCH EM ICA LS.
FINE TOILET GOODS, Ac
Proprietors of Anodyno Pectoral, Lubricating
Liniment. Essence Jamaica Ginger and Congh
3yrup; and Agents fo: Ayer's Medicines, Ready
mixed and Tinted Gloss Paints, Ac.
Every effort will bo made to maintain the high
reputation of our oh! cstablisniont. my tl
. . Successor to Jannoy <5c Co.)
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, GARDEN SEED
WINDOW GLASS. SPICES.
Acids, Dye Stuffs and Druggists' Sundries.
Physicians' prescriptions carefully compounded.
Orders and Inquiries from the country promptly
scpl No. 152 Ki;:g strcot.
SAMUEL i' LUNT,
CORNER KING AND FAIRFAX STREETS
FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, A<\, Ac.
Physicians prescriptions carefully prepared at
ill hours, day and.night. ap4
\y F. CREIGHTON A CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in %
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, PATENT "
MEDICINES, OILS .DYE STUFFS,
GARDEN SEEDS, Ac. Ac.
' or net King and Royal streets, ?
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded.
>rdera will receive prompt attention.
rOHN 1? H. LUNT.
. Successor to Lunt ? Davidson ,
> LA LEE i.N DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PATENT
MEDICINES AND FANCY ARTICLES.
N. E. corner King and Washington atrcots,
Physicians' Proscriptions a specialty. [jaulU
1 STABLER a CO..
(Successors to Ii. H. Stahlen
DRUGGISTS AND CHEMISTS.
W. Corner King and Washington Stroct.
Dealers in Patent Medii Ines, Drugs, Cigars and
Cigarettes. Fine Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes,
jorraau and Domestic Cologne. Hair Brushes,
Iponges, Flesh Straps, Ac Especial care given to
nTTARFTELD & HA LL
D R U G G 1 8 T ? ,
Come: Prince and Fairfax .-.'roct.
I rqucriptions a specialty. English, Freuen,
tcrman and Domestic Toilet Soaps: Gcnuiuo
farina Cologne; Magnolia. Hcdycsmia. Geranium
aid Florida Water; Genuine Lubin's Extracts;
iponges, Hair Brushes and Combs; best English
tooth Brushes; a full assortment of Patent Medi?
anes, Coxe's Gelatine. Corn Starch ; Sen Moss F*
ino; Spices of all kinds, and a select Block of all
.rticles sold by druggists at prices as Iowas tho
amo quality can be obtained elsewhere, dec 1
A NEW LINE OF BREAKFAST WARE to be
A. opened to-day of an entirely new and lovely
tattern wiiich will bo sure to he popular and
vbich yeu can match at any time and purchase
u as small a quantity as you desire. We would
>c glad to have you examine these goods bofon
ntrehasing, as wo are making ovcry effort io
dcase and take great care in offering the newest
roods on the market.
mhS E.J. M1LLER, SON A CO.
HARDWARE FOR THE SEASON at HS King,
corner of Royal street, Alexandria, Virginia,
lust received a supply of genuine ENGLISH
A'ALDRON GRAIN and GRASS SCYTHES;
\mcrican Grain and Grass Scythes. Bush Scythes,
Snaths, Hay Rakes, Scythe Stones, Rillc3, Hay
md Manure Forks, which were purchased of lirst
lands and will !>c sold, wholesale and tail, at a
:mall advance at 88 King, corner of Royai - .. I jr
mylO .1. T. CREIGHTON A SON.
HARDWARE. CUTLERY, GCNS, PISTOLS.
Ac, at 88 King street, comer of Royai,
Alexandria, Ya.?The subscribers invito tho at?
tention of wholesale and retail purchasers to
their large anil well selected stock ot'goods in their
line, which wen; bought in quantity at bottom
prices, and will be sold at a small advance. We
invite a comparison of prices and quality of good',
it 88 King, corner of Royal street.
sepl l_J. T. CREIGHTON A SON.
j_j eineken S VIRGINIA WINES.
Norton's Scediing Claret.
Rose of Virginia
Mill Park Sautemo "
All these Wines are absolutely pure. For sale by
my2i_Gja McBurney a son.
SUMMER GOODS :
( 'all and examine our new line of REFRIGE?
RATORS and COOLERS before purchasing. Sob
agents for the "RIDGWAY" REFRIGERATORS
and "PHILADELPHIA ' COOLERS. These are
the most perfect goods of the kind on the market.
and wo invito inspection and comparison of prices.
ap!3 e. J. MILLER. S< >N A co.
GREEN AND FIGURED SCREEN WIRE 21.
30 and 30 inches, wholesale and retail, at
88 King, corner of Royal street. You can buy
wire, and have Window and Door Frames made
of better quality, to cost no moro than tho com?
mon Frames offered for salo in the city. Call and
see. J. T. CREIGHTON A SON,
je4_88 King, cor. Royal st.
riUTICUEA PLASTERS?New and origin:..,
\J and vastly superior to any other plaster for
destroying pain wherever located or from what?
ever cause produced, together with all the other
Cuticura Preparations, Ointments, Resolvents,
Soaps, Ac., just received at
WARFIELD A HALL'S,
ap7 Corner Prince and Fairfax stfi.