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TUESDAY EVENING SEEHEMBEB 2
LOCAL NEWS
For tbis cl's'iict warmer, fair weather, iigat io
fresh variable winds, generally easterly.
Tbk Ci'rran Case.?Iu the Corporation
Court to day; in ti.c? rase of John Curran,
indicted for ibo murder of Officer Julian
Arnold, in May las, two motions wore
made by Mr. E. Burk for the prisoner, one
to have the caso removed elsewhere, and,
in case thai was not granted, to have the
prisoner tried by a jury from another city or
county. The grounds for the motion were
that tbe prisoner could not have ? fair :r:nl
bore on accouot of the feeling existing hero.
Argumouis w<*a beard from Mr. Burke, in
support of the motions, and from Mr. Mar
i.urv, for the Commonwealth, t-g'iiust fuch
motions, and both Sled affidavit* in support
ol their respective sides.
The Court overruled the motion for a
< h.imr? of vt-nuo and held that as the trial
ra-ij net lake place until the January or
Apiil term next, and the eeutiatent that
in.y exist today by ibat lime bo greatly
ui d ii -d, it. would reserve i s decision as to
ordoritig a venu? from elsewbcre mill! the
first day ol the term, a! which tbe ca-:o is set
lor trial.
'Che piisoucr, who was in eourtcuringtbe
argument, looking much hatter than be did
...? ?.i he was tint arraigned, was theo re
n ended to j il. ,
Ll?KKAt ?rysus- I" la understood Ifta?
; Alexandria IWi E->faio fnyestaiest.
Trti-i and Title Company will otter to give
t?i? Steel Tubular Car Company a suitable;
-p.. if they will loento ^-'^ works bore.;
t'ho S ee! Tubular Car C impaiiy is the one j
?'?hose charter was filed in tao Clerk'? office j
of the Corporation Court of tbis city last j
v.eek. Tho incorporates are uow looking
i.round for a plac i to establish their works,
and the advantages of Alexandria as such a
location will be fully set forth by tbe officers
of the company making the liberal olfer.
Mr. Frank Hume has written Bishop J.
J. Keane, of Virginia, ottering to donate 25
acres of land, situated ou Arlington Heights,
for ti.c purpose of locating tho Catholic Uni?
versity. This situation is about throe
fourths of a mile from Arlington and com
mands one of the fioest views in this coun?
ty, overlooking tho city of Washington.
The choice of location Mr. Hume leavts to
the trustees. This is the most convenient
oe'a'ii n it ;* possible to select,being near tho
ra r,..d and only ten minutes ride f:om the
ft ;;tre ot Pennsylvania avenue.
(V.i'Ntv ITKMS.?Most of the former teach?
er- have been retained in the public schools
which opened yesterday.
Tbe grand jury of the county will meet at
the next term of the county court, to bo
held on Monday next, the 27th instant.
The county treasurer will commence ou
next court day (tbe 27th in.-t.)at the county
court bouse to sell ull tbe different tracts of]
land delinquent for tbe non-payment of
Slate and county tares. There nro many
tr ie: - near the new free bridge, and the pro
;. ! Memorial bridge, and along tho line
ot the proposed Mt. Vernon avenue, that
will be sold for back taxes unless the taxes
on seme are soouer settled. The sale will
commence at 12o'clock and continue until
all up.m tbe treasurer's books have been
id. It is understood that a number of]
^.?Memou from Washington will attend the
gale w*'tb a viow of buying the be-t ttortion
(.:' th*-so 'oiids.
Faiukax ''oi'ntv Items.?Tho Septem'
her term of the County Court met yesterday
but little business of public interest was
transacted
M--i- John Goode, E. E; Meredith and
R VV Mooie addressed a large crowd <fj
voters .* the Court House yesterday and
made excellent speeches which were we!i
received. The well informed democrats say
tln'ii. Simpson, the democratic nominee
f ir the legislature, will beat his opponent,
Mr. Thorn, by from two to three hundred
Votes.
ladictmonti were found yesterday by the
grand jury against several persons for sel?
ling liquor a! Falls Church.
Mr. George Biincoe, deputy clerk of the
eiurt, was sent to j-til yesterday for con
tampt of court in refusing to testify before
! ie grand jury in tbe case cf a resident of j
fax 0. H., charged with selling liquor.
I. 0. (>. F. Pair?The members of lV.o
m ? Lodge, No. 38, I. O. O. F., have been at
work for tho past two months making ar-j
h item en ts for a ladies' foil to bo held in j
MiT.iunsy'a Hail, commencing (U, 17th.;
ini'i to coulinue about ten days. The pro
? Is art* for the purpose of establishing a
i id for improving their properly on north
! ?lumbua street. This lodge is one of tho
oldest and mo<l worthy institutions of tho
eity. Any donation, largo or small, will
c attribute toward the success of tho enter
;>ri-e and be most gratefully received and
acknowledged by tbe members of the or?
der. !
Pouch Retort.?Last night was clear
?ad mihi, with two prisoners und one lodger
?' the station house.
The Mayor Ibis morning disposed of tho
l"llowing casos:
Albert Lylee, arrested by Officers Taylor
?ad Grady, charged with contempt of court,
Was lined $1.
Samuel Kiliott, arrested by Officers Grady
s ? 1 Taylor, charged with indecent conduct,
was held for further trial.
Jarnos Hendurson, arrested by Officer
Franks, for an assault ou Albert Lylee, was
discharged.
F?>k Allkntown.?Tbe Columbia S. F. E.
Cj. la id a meeting last night and perfected
their arrangements for attending the tiro
men's celebration at Allentowu, Pa. About
sixty members will attend in uniform and
vill leave here to-morrow night, accompa
I by I touch's baud, of Washington. They
Kill afoo carry one ol their heso carriages
with them. They will have a special car
I it thi mselves on tbe Pennsylvania, railroad
apd the eost of tbe round trip ticket will be
? ' ? The company will meet at ibe engine
house to-morrow evening aod march tram
there to the depot.
Steamboat Notks.?The steamer June
Mosely has been put on the Norfolk route
. and till further notice will make two
Wpa a week to that city, leaving here every
fuesday and Thursday eveniogs. By this
arrangement the Inland company v.i I have
? boat for Norfolk everv day of tbe week
?eep| on Fiiday.
The Saturday trips of tbe steamer Geor:;;<
Wary have been changed to Fridays, ni.d
hereafter that steamer will leave hero for
Norfolk every Monday, Wednesday ai d
Friday evening*.
Would Bather Vote than \\\<y.w. U
is learned that a number of colorod men of
mis city who had engaged to 50 to South
Carolina with Messrs. Breen & Feeley to
work on a railroad, on which these gentle
joen have a contract, have refused to go,
naving been told that they were only being
taken out of the city to prevent their votins
" tue approaching election. It appears that,
tie average colored man's credulity can be
P'ayed upon as well now as it ever could be
Djs vth of Col. M. D. Ball.-Tub death 13
nounced of Col. Motrom Dulany .Ball, a
Ira Alaska, on the 13th inst. Co!. Ball
ws ?native of Fairfax tmunly, but mad*
tin city his home for some years before and
after ho war, where ho practiced law and
j served one term in the Legislature. At the
1 brcakii.f; out of the war ho commanded a
troop of cavalry and was mado prisoner
Upou the entrance of the federal troops into
this city. a ft'-r his release ho went hack
into the confederate army and served
i through tbo straggle. At one time he edited
: the Virginia Sentinel, republished hero for a
; ;: >:1 ofabouteix years from 1S71.. Under
tbi i! 13 c i administration Col. Ball was sent
j to Alaska, fs 0 ?1 lector of the port of Sitka,
I and remained their for about three years.
Under the present administration he was
a| pointi.! Diatri :t Attorney of the territory,
(??hieb position bo occupied at the timo of
bis tl ath. !.'?! was aged about fifty one
y< ire, and his death will be learned with
; regret by u large circle of relatives and nc
i quaintancea._
A NEW PHYSICIAN. ?Dr. Wm. A. Chap
: man, a recent gradute of the University of
1 Maryland, and a native of Alexandria, Va.,
I has recently come to Atlanta to settle down
j in tbo practice of his profession. Dr. Chap
'. man i -: n Bon of Col. W. H. Chapman, U. S.
Revenue Agent for this Federal District,
who is well-known and highly esteemed in
Atlanta. Dr. Chapman comes with the boat
of credent ials, and The Capitol predicts for
bint a cordial reception and a brilliant suc?
cess in his proress:ona! work.?Atlanta Cap?
itol. _
PERSONAL?Mrs. J. It. Smoot has been
called to Albemarl? county lry the illness of
her sister. Miss YVhiiebead, who was lest
week stricken with paralysis.
Mr. George Washington, who was recent?
ly injured in a railroad collision, is slowly
but steadily improving.
Mrs. Geo. W. May ha3 returned from a
visit to her mother in Araherst.
Mr. Willi; Stcucmagc] in stepping from tho
pavement to a buggy en Sunday evening last fell
under the wheels of the vehicle and, striking his
right arm against tho curb, broke the bono in
throe places. Ho was attended by Dr. Klipstcin.
Foot Amputated.?Thomas Wood, a
young man from Eurke's Station, and an
employee at one of the brick yards near this
city, whilo crossing tho tracks in the yard
at tho Midland depot about 9 30 o'clock last
night, had one of his feet badly mashed by
t!it> wheels of a sleeping car which ran over
him as it was being backed. He was taken
to the Infirmary where this morning tho
mashed foot had to bo amputatod. The
operation was performed by D.-3. Powell,
; by, (?'Prien rnd Fairfax.
C dtPOBATlON Coubt?Judge N. B. Meads
?ding.?Sylvanus Lambdin vs. Sarah J.
Lsmbdin ; .-uii fjrdivoree: order directing
p in tiff to pay cost of conducting the de?
fense, and cause continued.
;'. a. vs. Jno. Curran, indictment for tbo
murder of Officer Arnold ; motion for change
of venue ; motion overruled and case con
I tinned; exceptions noted. ?
Court adjourned till court in course.
C .it k7.--.Yir. William H. Whcatley.
while engaged in unloading lumber from a
car on Union street this morning, had hid
right leg mashed and seriously injured by a
p rtion of the contents of the car falling on
htm. He wn- conveyed to his residence,
ner of Fairlax and Wilkes streets, and
assistance .-uminoned. It was
i. however, that no bones wore broker,
??s considerably mashed.
Fear Allayed.?It is learued that the
1 1 re rtmong farmers in the Annan
dale neighborhood, in Fairfax county, that
pli uro pneumonia bad appeared among the
in that neighborhood, has subsided, as
! 0? thought to havo had that disease was
killed and an examination held, when it was
1" und lhat the animal was afibcted with
an entirely different disease.
The Autumnal Equinox.?The autum?
nal equinox occurs to-morrow, Septem
ber 21, whon tho sun will cross the tropic of
Capricorn and enter the winter solstice.
About this timo of tho year occur ntmce
pheric disturbances, generally accompanied
by Btorms of greater or less severity.
Bxci Consignment.?The Bchonne? Brave
arrived here this morning from Vienna, Md.,
with a cargo of 50,001) cans of tomatoes and
com for Messrs. Charles King & Son, which
enterprising firm is extending its large
business in every direction.
What Parsons' Brother Says.?Gon.
W. If. Parsons, who was a prominent cav- j
alrj officer in the Confederate army and is
now i respected citizen of Norfolk.says that
his brother, ihe condemned anarchist, all
Chicag ?, is a philosophical anarchist, who
always claimed that n change in the
\s.-( m must be brought about before
men cf wealth would cease to oppress the
poor. Jlo therefore predicted revolution,
but did not counsel it. Gen. Parsons is con?
vinced that his brother was sincere and
peaceable Ko believes the real instiga?
tors of the bomb throwing were New York
stock speculators, who by that meana broke
up tho eight hour movement and enhanced
tho value of railroad stocks.
State Democratic Executive Committee, {
a lex an* dei a, Va., Sept. 20, 1S87. j
Tho following appointments aro authorized.
Demo? ratic papers please copy:
BOH. ( HAS. K. STUART.
Northampton, Monday, Oct. 10.
Local?same week.
Tho correction ot Col. Beirne's appointment,
m3do yesterday, was a mistake. Tho announce?
ment aboriginally made?"Northampton, Monday,
Oct. H),"?was correct.
John S. Baeuocr, Chairman.
\V. \V. Scott, Secretary.
! Lace Curtains for Fifty Cents on the
Dollar.
--1? Assignee's Sale of Lace Curtains.
We bought from tho auction rooms of Chapman,
Field .v Fennor the Lace Curtain stock of C. M.
Foster & Co., who met with a business disaster
I ' week. Through this fortunate purchasoof
; onrj we were enabled to buy Lro'2 Curtaius at half
I their regular price.
500 pairs of Lace Curtains at .60 ner pair
j 500 '? 75 " ??
300 " ? .90
300 " " $1.00 "
3U0 " " 125 "
300 " " 1.50
And up to the finest.
Included in this s.ilo were 250 Laco Bed Sots,
ch we will sell at tho s.irao rat as.
? -c aro all new goods, and consequently new
P t! rns. You may never be ablo to havo such
?u opportunity again. But whether you need
them or D9t Cheap enough to save until needed.
LANSBURGH & BEO.,
d-20, 422, 42 1 and 426 Seventh st,
Washington, I>. C.
FA HIS.
J A DIES' FA IK.
McBUBNEY'S HALL,
October 17th to 27th, IS57.
For the
BENEFIT OF THE BUILDING FUND OF
P I n IM AC LODGE, NO. 3*5. L O. 0. F.
Season tickets 50 cents.
sop20 1 tu
^jNi: POUND BLOCKS COD FISH,
Fancy stock.
i seu9 GEOEQE McBUENEY At SON.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
The sloop Pilot is on the ways r.t the ship
yard.
Dr. J. B. Johnson has sold to- Lorenz)
Freeman 51 lot of ground on the cast side 0!
Patrick street, between P.incess and Ora?
tio? o, for $110
Mr. A. H. Agnew's coal yard has been ex?
tended so as to include the wbaif on the
north. This will give ample room for t tor
ing the fall and winter steck.
A number of locomotive engineers of the
Midland road liavo recently been dis?
charged, and in some instances their places
Glied by the promotion of firemen.
The locomotive of the north bound train
00 Sunday about three miles from Warren
ton struck Lucy Ann Baker, a half-witted
colored girl IS years of age, killing hor in?
stantly.
Marriage licenses were is-;ied in Wash?
ington yesterdav to James (ireen and Ellen
Cox,both of Stafford county, and toThos. II.
Martin and Nettie Webster, l-uth of Fori1
Foote, Md.
Mr. Michael Henry died at the residenco
of his brother, Mr. Daniel Henry, last night,
aged sixty years. The deceased^ was a na?
tive of Ireland, but for several years had
resided in this city.
Mr. Jas. Smith, who resides on the corner
of Patrick and Princess streets, narrowly
escaped injury yesterday afternoon by the
breaking of the "buggy in which himself and
infant daughter wero taking a drive. Both
were precipitated to the ground, and but for
the gentleness of the horse would doubtless
have been hurt.
Chailos Jackson, a we'1 known colored politic?
ian of this city who recently seemed a position in
ono of tho departments in Washington through
democratic influence, has lest his position, having
had :i row with the man over him. It is learned
that ho has gone back to tho republican fold in
which ho whs so recently a shining light.
The Steamer City of Alexandria is being over- i
hauled aud whilo od'the forry route her place
will bo suppliod by the Arrowsoiith.
Mr. 0. E. Price will have for salo in tho nisrket
to-morrow somo uice salt water spots, trout and
tailors of iarge size.
The report that W. W. Belknap, Secretary
of War under Grant, had been "summering" jj
at Powhalan Court House, turns out not to
be correct. :
A prominent bu.-iuess man of Norfolk says
that the fori ign shipping from that pert dur-;
ing the month of August was exceptionally
good.
Gov. L?e aud bis staff bavo returned to
Richmond from Philadelphia.
Uso the great specific for "cold in head"
and catarrh?Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
MEDICINAL.
ELIXIR
9
A vegetable compound, contains no Quinine. A
safe and positive cure for MALARIA, FEVER and
AGUE; oho as a tonic for strengthening and in
v:g ruling tho system.
For sab; by .all druggists. Fifty cents a bottle ;
three bottles for $1 "J"). sep2 3m
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?A PAIB OK GOLD-BIMMED EYE?
GLASSES with gold chain attached. A tiait
ahlo reward will !>e paid upon their return to this
office. scp!9 ."It
AMUSEMENTS.
O 1? E * A. HOUSE
ONE NIGHT < INLY, THURSDAY, Sept. 22.
KM IE, DART ?V It Y .11 AVK LECilTL
.18ATK M2 XSTV.ELS,
Headed by those Distinguished Comedians,
WAL 11 EN BY RICE,
JOHN HABT,
GOV. ADD BYMAN.
As isted by LESTER and WILLIAMS, HOOLEY
and THOMPSON, CHA8. PBENCH nnd others.
A Suncrh Quintotte, Brilliant Orchestra and
Scronsdu i:ra.:s Band.
Tho Great Society Bnrlesquo,
8ABAH HEARTBURN,
Wm Hcnty Bice's great and 01 igiual creation, as
seen at the Arch Street Opera Houso, Philadol
phia, for four consecutive weeks,
Seats on sale at Summers Oc Allen's.
Prices, 25, 35 aud 50c. soplO 4t
LOOTS AND SHOES.
AN OPPOBT?NITV SELDOM HAD.~
Have just finished opening a brand-now stock of
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
OVERCOATS,
BOOTS. SHOES ATSD RUBBERS;
which we will roll lower than tho lowest. Kb old
slock; nil urvD goods. Our stock of Clothing was
entirely destroyed by fire on Jnnc 18th, aud wo
have just Guislicd loraodoliug our store, and have
just opened our Clothing Department with a new
and desirable stock, and can please tho most fas
tidious. All we ask is a trial. If we can't sell to
you lower than any other house, wc won't ask
vou to buy.
.LA. MARS1TALL,
Now No. A'2'2 King street,
(W. B. Waddey's old stand).
Clothing Department over shoo store, aug'29 lm
J HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY FOE
TnK CKLEMtATEO
HA EDM AN, EMERSON & NEWBY AND
EVANS PIANOS,
AND TOE
KIMBALL ORGANS
for tbo counties in Eastern Virginia. A full lino
of the above may ho found in tho store at 314
King street, where I shall bo happy to seo my old
as well as new customers. Will also oiler fine new
Orgnns at $50 cash ; $?:<> monthly payments.
Lower prices and easier terms than ever beforo
oflored for now goods.
sop!7 lw_F. L. VANAUKEN.
?XTOTICE.
All persons doing business with tho NORTON
SHIPBUILDING COMPANY in Virginia and
West Virginia should address or forward all com?
munications to the central ollico of tho company,
d'.V.) F street, Washington, D. C. as tho company
has no oilico cr postofficc address in Alexandria.
sep? w2w
A
GKICULTUBAL LIME.
Wc have on hand
TE-7 THOUSAND BUSHELS OF SHELL LIMF,
Which we will Fell in lots to suit purchasers.
Applv at cur office, No. 11!) King street.
sep'2 lm J. T. At J. G. BECKHAM.
fULL TRADE, ISsT.
1 J. C. MILBURN
Offers a full lino of FANCY and STAPLE GBO
CEBIES at low prices. J. C. MILBUBN,
J5ep9_ New No. 11 :$ N. Royal st.
KITCHEN, CRYSTAL AND PEERLESS
Scouring Soaps, for salo by ?
au'24 J. C. MILBUBN._
PIIILLIPs'S DICKST IPLE COCOA, highly re
commended for invalids and children, for salo
by_fjy22]_J. C. MILBUBN.
1l\ t\(\i\ SIX-OUNCE CAKES FINE TOILET
JLlM/UU SOAP for sale at 5c each bv
oct20_J. C. MILBUBN.
HOME-MADE CASSIMERES?Good styles and
very low prices. Just received at
sep?_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER S.
SQUARE, OCTAGON and FLAT CAST STEEL
will be sold at 33 King street, comer of Roy?
al, at a greatly reduced prico Quality warrant?
ed. foct'Abj- J. T. CREIGHTON & SON.
STRICTLY PURE CIDER VINEGAR, extra
streugth, for pickling, for sale by
_sopl3_J. C. MILBUBN.
VTEW MILD CHEESE just received by
LN aug9 j. C. MILBUBN.
I_CLOTHING, &c._
j J^O CJ2ESTN?T! 8TBAIGHT GOOP8!
AN ABSOLUTE FACT!
Over 835,000 Worth
? ok ?
j; Boots, Shoes,
I Hats and Gents' Furnishings.
NOTE TIIE FOLLOWING PRICES :
I C80 MEN'S SUITS AT. $2 55
290 " " . 304
! .'JOS " '? . 4 20
190 " " . 510
I H!) " " . G25
! "8 " " . 7 49
I 53 " ? " . 9 04
300 " " . 10 00
OS " '? . 4 58
49 " " . 13 50
200 ? . 15 00
G!> " " . 13 50
39 " " . 2100
22 " ?' . 25 00
21 " " . 27 50
l.OOO CHILDREN'S S?ITS, ranging from $1
to ?0 25.
(390 BOYS' SUITS, ranging in prica from $2 25
to $18.
BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
Mcn'3, Boys', Children's, Misses' and Ladies'
Shoes at prices so low as to astonish all.
Men's aud Boys' Fine Calf, Kip and Split Boots
at extremely low figures.
Wc invito the public to inspect our stock and
take uoto of our prices and styles. The salo con?
tinues until our stock is reduced satisfactorily.
We would request all who desire to tako ad
vantigoof this opportunity to come as soon as
possible while our stock is complete
JOSEPH BRA WS.
Established 1S50,
NEW SOB. 108 *fc 110 KlXft STREET,
ALEXANDBIA, VIBGINIA.
FANCY GROCERIES.
VIRGINIA
CIDER VINEGAR
GUAEANTEED STRICTLY TUBE.
Wlioic and Pure Ground Spices.
For sale by
G. WM. RAMSAY.
HREDDED OATS
FBESH GOODS,
FRESH m\B OATMEAL
Crushed Wheat
Juit roceived by
FINE GOODS
FOR PI? AND TRAVELERS.
GENUINE SARDINES,
FANCY OLIVES in small bottles,
IMPORTED FRENCH MUSTARD,
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S CHOW CHOW,
PRESERVED GINGER in small and mod. pots,
CRYSTALIZED do. in half pound boxes,
ANCHOVY PASTE.
POTTED MEATS AND GAME,
SOFT MABSHMADOWS in half lb tins. &c.
For salo by
C- WM. RAMSAY,
50 EARRELS AND HALF BABBEL8.
In storo and for sale by
G.WM.RAMS?Y.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
WM. MURRAY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
No. 517 KING STREET,
Informs his customers that he has received a
supply of
FAIX AMD WINTER GOODS,
And is now prepared to
FURNISH SUITS IN ALL THE LATEST
STALES AND ON REASONABLE TEEMS.
sepl9-lm
rjIBANSFEE OF BUSINESS.
Tho undersigned having this day transferred
tho real estate business heretofore conducted by
him to tho Alexandria Beal Estate Investment,
Trust and Titlo Company, desires to thank his
friends for their liboral patronage, and solicits a
continuanco of the same for his successors. In the
future I will bo associated with tho ah ,ve-namcd
company as auctioneer and sales ?gont.
sep5 2w_B. T.LUCAS.
gEED WHEAT.
Wc have on hand a
SUPEBIOE LOT OF FULTZ WHEAT,
put aside crucially for seed.
1 sep2lm _J. T. & J. G. BECKHAM.
U A VIS'S DIAMOND HAMS,
Finest in the World.
sep;)_GEORGE McBUBNEY & SON.
T HR C d snd MARKET BASKE IS, a full line
Jj just received by j. & mLBUBN.
DRY GO. i :.
"We are ready to meet the demands for early fall goods with a stock
to the selection of which was given a great deal of patient care and at?
tention. Our buyer devoted very much time to the examination of
the best and largest assortment in the market before making choice
and the result is we have numerous very attractive lines of goods that
are needful for the commencement of the season.
received a great amount of thoughtful care, and from the'?'midst o f
plenty" have been culled some of the most choice gems, and in
the like has nevei( been seen. Beautiful designs, and colors the richest.
We want yon to particularly notice this department, not only on ca
count of its sightliness and worth, but also on account of the low prices
asked.
About this department there needs to be very little said ; its speaks for
itsel? >Ye have an elegant line of SUITS and SUITINGS, and in Cas
simeres at $1, $1 25, $1 50 aud $2 the stock just purchased is superior
in quantity, quality and style to any we have heretofore offered.
We occupy the same store, but our numbers have been changed from
107 and 109 to 481 and 433 King street.
NOS. 431 AND 433 KING STREET, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA.
Comer King and Royal Streets.
WHO AHE BUSY NOW RECEIVING THEIB
FEOM BOSTON, RALTIMOEE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YOSK.
Look Out for the Largest Assortment
and the Immense Bargains
we have secured.

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