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thursday even j NO. septem i'.i
For tliis 9LTti..ii cooler, threatening weather,
with rain, light to fresh wind-, becoming north
erly, and fresh to brisk atony tbe coast.
A FfKRCE CJlliiK Marshal. - The
' Grand Lodge of the Suite of tho Ancient
(?rder of tho Sons and Daughters of Mo-es,"
u colored orp.anlzition, was in session here
yesterday. About noon a band of the. order
i.i Washington arrived in the city and pro
ceeded to the ball on St. Asaph street, near
King, headed bv John Scbanklin, the chief
marshal. In the evening as the lodge came
from the hall to the street to form in line
for a para.Je. Sandy, lire eleven >ear obi
.son of Mr. Win. Murray, got in Schanklin's
way, when the latter struck him with his
sword, hitting him on the hip. Not Seem?
ing to car;- what he hail done. Scbanklin
kept flourishing bis sword, and struck a
boy named Jjo West, slightly cutting
I? .vir. Complaint was mstdo at police
headquarters and the Chief Marshal
was shortly afterward :aken info custody,
nnd Ibis morning arraigned before the
Mayor. A friend cf Scbanklin'a from Wash?
ington, who holds a higher position in the
order, was present at the heating, aud tes?
tified to the previous good conduct of the
accused. Tbo Mayor, upon bearing the ev?
idence, concluded that Scbanklin'a Ect was
not duo to ma?ce against tho boys, and
Rued bim $10, a: the same time tolling Loth
;iic aeeus- d and his friend that when their
order in future desires to parade they had
I. ;tor apply for a policeman to keep tho
?vay clear, and not undertake to clear the
otrest with a sword.
Minister Called.?A meeting of tho
congregation of the Second Presbyterian
Church was held last night for the purpose
of considering the matter of calling a pastor
for tbat church. It was first proposed to
nppoint a committee from the Eiders and
i >?nc um aud the congregation to recom
ineiid a BUilable person for tlm vacant pul?
pit, but subsequently it was determined to
j,t into an election for pastor forthwith. A
,.r-- a( ten minutes was taken, during
k hi ii tbe iu-! was developed that a large
in?j ?rity favored calling Lev. J. i. Vance, of
W \ ? he vi lie, to the pastonitoof tho church,
I hough tbore were scattering votes for sov
era! other gentlemen. Upon being called
to order a formal ballot" was taken, when
Mr Valien received all tho votes save eight
r>r nine of those present. Tho voto was li
uully made unanimous, and Kider George
Wise was appointed to prosecute tho call,
11ft. i which the meeting adjourned.
Personal ?Rev.Geo. Somervillo, former?
ly of this city, but now nssistnnt rector of
Giece church, Petersburg, has declined tbe
call recently extended him to tbo church at
.Mr. Jordan W. Lambert, formerly of this
city, but now of St. Louis, is on the OOmmit
tee appointed to receive the President, on
hi-* visit to that city.
Mrs. M. Rooney, who has been visiting
Mrs. B F. Baggott, has returned to her homo
in Brooklyn, N. Y., to tho regiot of hor
many friends here. Sho nas accompanied
by her niece, Mis^ Viah Baggott.
off for AllenTOWN.?A number of the
members of tbe Columbia S. F. E. Co.,
beaded by President William A. Smoot
und Fire Warden Geo. E. French, and oc
companied by some of their friend;', in all
numbering twenty fir, left her.? Inst night
for Allentown, P-., to take pari iu tbe tiro
men's celebration now in progress. They
did not take their huso carriage with them
nor were tin y accompanied by a band rs
was expected. Tboy will return on Satur?
policx RtiPORT.?LiSSt night was clear
and mild, with two prisoners and one lodger
at the station house.
The Mayor this morning disposed of the
John Schanklin, colored, nr rested by '->!li
<-r Hayes, charged with an assault on a boy
named Sandy Murray, was lined ?10
ttoxic Smith, colored, arrested by Officers
Brenner mid Davis, charged with an assault
on Carrie Dell, also colored, was discharged.
The Steamer Bishop.?Tbo steamer
Henry E. Bishop, which during tho summer
ran as an excursion boat from Washington
to Lower Cedar Point, but which was re
rently tied up at Washington, having been
libeled bv the Henry Brothers, of Baltimore,
who had chartered her, parsed down the
river this morning on her wa\ !?' N*
York, whence che came. It i- not known
What action was taken hbout tlw fibe!
Abkenoalr -Mr. Peyton, a rich New
Yorker, who recently purchased from Mr.
Smith Lee tbe place in Stafford county, on
the Potomac river, known ns Arkendale, is
now tittiug up the hotne aud grounds which
he will use as a gunning and fishing resort
for himself and friends. A vessel load of
lumber and ether materials to be used in
tho improvements there will leave here to?
Wanted for Embezzlement. ?The po
lice authorities last uigiit received a telo
gram from Norfolk, asking them to arrest
two colored men named Samuel .L Person
and George farter, who were wanted for
enibi z/.'ement and who, it was thought, had
taken the s earner Jane Mosely for this city.
* HBcer Taylor was at the wharf this morn
ing when the Mosely arrived, but tho men
were not on board.
The Minstrels -The Rice, Hart? Ry
man Minstrels will appear at the Opera
House to night, and from tho reputation tbo
company has it is sure that all who may at
teud will bo pleased with the entertainment.
The company played at Annapolis, Md., la-t
night and gave gneral satisfaction to a largo
audience. Tbo compauy made a street pa?
rade to day, and attracted a largo crowd.
dead.?Mr. Amos P>. Slay maker received
a telegram this morning announcing the
death of bis half-brother, Walter Slaymaker,
at Chattanooga, Tenn., near which jdace he
had been engaged in mining. No particu?
lars of tho death have been learned but it is
feared by bis friends that be was killed by
some of the miners.
Will Stay in Richmond.?A short time
ago it was reported that Mr. Sol. Haas, the
traffic manager of tbo associated railway?,
would remove his office from this city to
Washingtou. Yesterday it was decided that
the change would not lie mail1, and so Mr.
Haas will remain in Bichmond.? Times.
We are request od to call the attention of
the police, and that of the railroad officials
as well, to tbe gangs of negro men and boya
who congregate in and around tbe empty
curs at tbe extreme western end of the Vir?
ginia Midland yards, and who conduct them?
selves in a very disorderly aud disgusting
manner, one of whom exposed himself to
the view of the passers by in West End iu
an entirely nude state yesterday morning.
The finance committee of tho Citv Couu
cil met last night, examined and approved
the June vouchers, and transacted some
Other routine business.
Tbo Aqueduct Bridge Co. hes offered to
. npioraiso the debt due the District of Co
iu ?iu and the commissioners have bees
J ad vi ed to do so.
L, view of the early establishment of the
I free di livery system in this city, and to iu
I sure tho prompt delivery of the mails, it is
vt ry important that the citizens should no
tify their correspondents to direct their
mail matter to the street and number of
A bo?e belonging to Wm. Simms was badly
I hurt on St. Asaph street, noar King, yesterday
evening, by slicking a nail in his foot.
A m-uriage licenEe was issued in Washington
resterday to Jack D?tllemuer and Mary Settle,
. if; i f Rappahsnnock county.
The Alexandria Musical Association met last
light, after their summer rocess, and resumed
A number of persons left hero to day to attend
tho Gainesville races.
Mr. O E. Price will have somo line salt water
t ti'ors, Ik ut and spot3 in market to-morrow.
"Is there no balm in Gilead'.'
Is tlicio no physician there?"
Thanks to Dr. Pierce, there is a balm in his
"Golden Medical Discovery"?a "balm for every
wound" to health, from colds, cou?h.s. consump?
tion, brom Iritis, and all chronic, bleed, lung and
liver RnVcttona. Of druggists.
/~1 A LIST HEN ICS.
Mrs. LITri.E S
will !>o rosnmod Scp*. 17th. scp-'2 lm
The TWO-AND A-HALF STOEY BEI CK
HOUfc 11 No. 521 Duke street, cuvoied with shite,
supplied with gas and water, &c, Ac. Torniseasy.
This property js i tiered for Bale privately until
i" Tt.'DEC 1st, on which day, if unsold, it will be
oflbr< d :it public anction, in front of tbo premises,
nt TJ o'clock SATtJBDA V, October 1st. 1887.
For particulars inquire of
cop_l td ?. F. KNOX, Citizens' Bank.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
N OPPORTUNITY SELDOM HAD.
[lave just Gnishedopening a brand-new slock of |
Men's and Boys' Clothing,
BOOTS, SHOES AM) RUBBERS,
which we will roll lower than the lowest. A'o old
?' all wir good*. Our stock of Clothing was
ontirely destroyed by uro on Juno lHth, and we
havojusl Qnished remodeling our store, and have
just opened our Clothing Department with n new
and desirable stock, and can please the most fas
lidious. All we ask Is a trial. If wo can't sell to
yon lower than any other house, wo won't ask
von to buy.
.9. A. .MAKSIIALL,
Now No. 422 King street,
(W. B. Waddoy'a old stand |.
Clothing Department ever shoe store. ang29 lm
DELINQUENT LAND SALE.
Dy direction of the Auditor, tho SALE OF DE?
LINQUENT LANDS of Alexandria oouuty. Va
will bo proceeded with to a close on MONDAY,
Sept. -<;, is?7, at 12 m.
sep21 It W. C. WIDERT, Treasurer.
QU'OR'l 1NG CIOODS, CUNS, &c?Wo aro now
K_j receiving our stock or Paper Sbells, trims,
Primers, Wads, Ac, to which we invite tho atten?
tion o< tho public. Di ices low and goods first
class. JAS. P. CABLLN & SONS,
anp23 New No. 315 King St., Alexandria.
t XES! AXES! AXES!?"Light Horse Harry"
1 \ and "Bed Warrior" Chopping Axos. Over
100 dozen of thcr.o eelciiratod goods in storo. All
tho regular woighta and shapes. Wholnsalo ami
rotail. JAS. F. CARLIN & SON'S,
sop*! Alexandria, Va.
v k w V A t E N t a D.i ?sta rle I It O N
jJi PLANES?Tbo subscriliers havo received a
Ii i of tho above Planes as samples, to which they
invite attention at the southeast comer of King
and Royal streets, fit low prices;. Call and examine.
angltj _J. T. CBEIGHTON a son.
i? Something Now.
Blue Belle of Scotland, Trailing Arbutu3, Tally
Ho. Marochal Niel Boso and Alpine Violets ac
jc28 JOHN I) II LUNT'S.
JUST BECEIVED?Another lot of TAYLOE's
IMPROVED PATENT BU8TLES, sclf-fold
ing, and for comfort and durability cannot bo9ur
past cd. Latest stylo.
CopS AMOS B. SLAYMAKER.
L'MNF. PRESERVE s-Cross & Blackwoll's Pic
1. served Damsons, Plums, Currants, Hrawbcr
l ie.;. Pcacbos, Apricots and Cherries just received
by [sepl] J. c. MI LI!URN.
f ONDON PURPLE.
.1?-! ri ccived a fa sh snpply at
jcC W. F. CREU-i UTON a CP's.
JjlLOWEB POTS?Just received a lot of Flow er
'x' Pots, assorted sizes, neat and durable, with
or without saucers, at
f. bl5 E. .1. MILLER. SON & CD'S.
Ci IFF EES We do not sell package CotToes; soil
only pnro Coflbes, freshly roasted and grouud
at our storo.
je2 J. c. MILB?EN.
I F YOUR CHICKENS ABE SICK,
LUNT'S CHICKEN CnOLEEA CUBE.
Sold t>v nil drugzists and grocers mh.3l
SQUAKE, OCTAGON and FLAT CAST STEEL
will be sold at S8 King street, corner of Boy
al, at a greatly roduccd price Quality warrant
el. [oct2H1 J. T. CBEIGHTON & SON.
AFRESH INVOICE OF FINE TEAS, includ?
ing our EXTRA MIXED TEA at 50c per lb,
just received by
Bspld J. C. MILRURS'._
( lASTi IRIN E: CASTORINE!?Baum's over
KJ ready Castorinc, a uoifoct oiler for Buggies,
Wagons, Carts, Ac. Never Guns; Nover (Molls.
For iloby fje9] W. F. CBEIGHTON a co.
ENAMELED PRESERVING KETTLES, Cher?
ry Seeders and Fruit Presses, wholesalo and
retait at 88 King, corner Royal street, by
je9 J. T. CBEIGHTON & SON.
1 A AHA SIX-OUNCE CAKES FINE TOILET
I U.vUU SOAP for salo at 5e each by
oct20 J. C. MILRUBN.
OME-MADE CASSIMEBES?Good styles and
very low i>riccs. Just roccivod at
pcpo ' AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
ERLS CHOICE NEW YOEK BEANS received
0 to-day by
novS_J. c. MILB?EN.
LD APPLE VINEGAR and WHITE WIN E
VI N EGAR, extra strength, for salo by
j v2 .1. C. MILRUBN.
5 AI.AGA GRAPES and CAPE COD CBAN
Ll I BERRIES iust received.
I ct20 _ geh. McBurney ason._
pEEBLESS ICE CREAM EBEEZEBS, for sale.
L nt reduced prices, at 8S King street, cornor of
R?v.,i. J. T. ORIGHTON & SON.
H- ?N EV DROP, RED CROSS and queen AN^
N K CA NN ED euKN for s*to by
"I'5 J. C. milrttrn. _
WE .MAKE HOSIERY a SPECIALTY; there
fore can uive extra value? for prices paid,
sop". AMOS B. SLAYMAKER.
4 FULL stuck OF ALL KINDS OF DO
J\. M EsTIt! DRY GOODS ollVrod at tho lowost
prices by [myl !| A Mos B. SLAYMAKER.
/ V>.'D (MNiV-WOl-R, eK.LoNG. Japan and
S t r-t,., Mixed Teas, for sale at 50e. per lb by
jan20 _J. C. MI LBURN.
C^tilEESE CL'?rUS, Striped Lawns and Fine
j Ginghams, for dresses, irom ? to 10c, at
mytrt AM03 B. SLAYMAKER's.
ONEY DROP CANNED COBN for sale by
sepl J. C. M1LBUBN.
i A vegetable couipoui d, contains no Qainino. A
1 safe and positive cure for MALARIA, FEVER and
AGUE; also as a tonic for strengthening and in?
vigorating the bj stern.
For sale by all druggists. Fifty cents a bottic ;
tbreo bottles for $1.25. sep2 3ni
? FAIRS.~ "
F ADIES' FAIR.
McBurney s hall.
October 17th to 27lb, 3 837.
BENEFIT OF THE BUILDING FUND OF
POTOMAC LODGE, NO. 38,1. O. O. F.
Season tickets 50 cents.
sep20 1 m
rPAKE NOTICE, That on tha 25th day of Octo
_L her, 1837, I will sell, in obedience to an order
of the stockholders and directors of the VIRGIN?
IA MARBLE COMPANY, the following SHARES
and CERTIFICATES OF STOCK, to wit: Certifi?
cate No. 11 for 23-1 sharts; certificates N03.12
aud 15 for 312 shares; certificate No. 10 for 78
shares; ceitilicates Nob. 20 and 50for 100 shares,
and certificate No. 5S for 10 shares. The salo
will be ma lo at public auction to the highest bid?
der, at 12 nr., in fr. nt of the postoflico at Marshall,
Fauquier countv, Va.
sepll) 30t * H. D. B. NOEBIS, PrwidenL _
By B. T. Lucas, Auctiouocr.
ON SATURDAY. September 24th, at twolve
o'clock m., in front of the Royal street en?
trance to tho Market Building, will bo offered for
sale at public suction tho LOT OF GROUND and
IMPROVEMENTS thereon, described an follows :
Beginning at a point on King fctictt 27 feot aud 0
inches to the east of Payno street, running thonco
eastwardly witb King street and binding thereon
20 feet 8 inchoj; thence northwardly parallel
with Payne street 100 feet to a 10-fect alloy;
thenco westward ly on suid alley and parallel to
King street 20 feet and 8 inches; thenco south?
wardly with a lino parallel to Payno street 100
foot to tho beginning. Tho improvements consist
of a TWO-STORY BRICK DWELLING with back
hoildings. in good condition.
Terms of Sale: One-third of tho purchase money
to bo paid in cash, and the residuo in two equal
payments at twelve and twenty-four months from 8
the day of sale; the purchaser to executo bond, E
with security, (or tho deferred payments, hearing i
interest; the title to bo retained until ihewhole 1
of the purchase money is paid. Conveyancing at a
the cost of the purchaser.
? aeplOSt GEORGE BAUER. -J
Ry R. T. Lucas, Auctioneer.
By virtue of a decree of the Ciicuit Court for
the county of Alexandria, entered in the chancery
causo of Alexander ct al. vs. Alexander, the un?
dersigned will oiler for sale at public auction, in
front of tho Royal street entrance to the Market
Building, in tho city of Alexandria, on SATUR?
DAY, the 1st day of October, 1S.S7, at 12 o'clock
noon, tho following described lots in the city of
1. Throe fourths of tho squrtro (an aero and a
halfi bounded hy Wyfhe, Madison, Fayctto and
Payno street*, the. other fourth of the square ly?
ing on tho north si do of Wytho and east side of
Payne streets, and belonging to John Hunter.
2. An acre, or half-squaro, on tho south side of
Madison, extending from Payno to West street.
Terms of sale : One-third of tho purehaso mon?
ey to bo paid in cash, and the residue in two equal
payment*, at sir and twelve months from tho daj*
of salo, tho deferred payments to hear interest
and I ) be secured by the notes of tho purchaser,
and a roten tion of title and forfeit uro of cash pay?
ment for failure to comply with tho totmsof sale,
and the property to bo resold upon such failure
at the C0!.t of tho purchasers.
LEONARD MARI'.URY,) n_
A. W. ARMSTRONG. fCo????.
By B. t. Lncaa, Auctioneer.
I)Y VIRTUE OF A DECREE of tho Circuit
i > Court of I'aiifax county, entered in thechan
cery cause of Mary Ann Roles against Gcorgo W.
Cheshire and other.-, on the 15th day of February,
lSs7, the undersigned, special commissioners,
will sell at pqbljc auction, in front of tho Royal
sticct entrance to the Market Building, in tho
city of Alexandria, Va., at 12 o'clock noon on
SATURDAY, September 21th, 1884, tho follow?
ing properly, to wit:
A.LOT OF LAND in tho county of Fairfax,
Va , near the villago of West End, and described
as follows, viz : Beginning on tho plat aud survoy
of the ical estate of Georgo H. Padgett, deceased,
which said plat aud survey is annexed to, and
mado part of a deed from Francis L. Smith, jr.,
commissioner, to Rozier D. Catts, at C, a fenco
post; thenco N. 13" E. (passing a woll at33 links)
0 poles 21 links to D, a corner post of said fonco
in Whaley'a lino ; with said line N. 70? W. 5.4
poles to E, a cut-down fenco post 2 feet N. W.
fiom nn applo tree, Whaley's corner, in a lino of
a lot sold by said Padgett to tho Littlo River
Turnpike Company; with said lino S. 12? -19' W.
11 poles 17 links to F, in tho toll-gato houso,
about 8 inches from the BOUthom wall thereof and
nearly midway between the door and tho eastern
window ; thonco along the north side of tho said
turnpiko S. 75J.y0 E. t polos -1 links lo tho south?
western corner of the most easterly houso on Slid
real C3 ate; thonco leaving s<id pike and running
along tho western side of taid houso so a- to in?
clude the alley ? . l?^j E l 7 poles t > the north?
western corner of a wood house; thence S. 7!>^^
E. 1 po'e 1 link lo tho beginning, containing 1
rood and 17.4 poles, being tho Bime lot of land
which was conveyed to James W. Cheshiro by
Eo/.ier D. Catts and wife by deed boariug date
June8th, 1870, and recorded in Fairfax County
Court in liber X, No. 4, folio 440.
Terms of Sale: Cash enough to pay tho costs of
suit and oxpenses of sale, and tho residuo in six,
twelve aud eighteen months; tho purchaser to ex?
ecute bond, with good security, for the deferred
payments, boaring interest from dato of sale ; tho
titlo to he retained until tho wholo of tho
purchase money is paid. Conveyancing at
tho cost of the purchaser.
f. B. t! TrK)ENTON, ] Coromiasioncra
FRANCIS L. SMITH, j 01 h,li0,
I certify that Francis L. Smith, one of tho com?
missioners of sale in the chwery causo of Roles
vs. Cheshiro, pending in tho CircnitCourt of Fair?
fax county, has given tho b ind, with approved fo
curity, in the penalty of $500, as required by tho
decree of sale in said causo.
augl7 wlw J. W. GRAHAM, Clerk.
riHIE ENTERPRISE MEAT CHOPPER is tho
JL best; does not grind the meat, liko other
cutters, hut CHOPS IT. It is usoful for many
purposes ALL THE YEAR BOUND in preparing
chicken salad, beef toa, minco meat, hash, &c.
For sale by JAS. F. CAELIN & SONS,
nov3 Alexandria. Va.
TENNEY'S NEW SOUTH,
FAMILY AND ROLLER EXTRA,
For r.alo by
ap23_?_J. C. MILBURN.
SHEEP DIP, Saro, Ground Sage. Diamond
Dyes, Fitche's Pocket Scales, Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, Warnor's Kidney and Livor Curo, Brown's
Iron Bitters, Volina Cordial, Pratt's Astral Oil,
and Sweet Majoram?a largo supply just received,
deel _E. 8. LEADBEATEB & BBO.
RED WABEIOB and LIGHT EOBSE HAEBY
CHOPPING AXES, Disston's Patent Cross?
cut Saws, Wood Saws, BROAD AXES and Me?
chanics' Tools generally, in great variety.
JAS. F. CAELIN & SONS.
auglS Alexandria, Va.
QNE^IMUND BLOCKS COD FISH,
sepO_GEORGE McBURNEY & SON.
J. C. MILBURN
Ofcrs a full lino of FANCY and STAPLE GRO?
CERIES at low prices. J. O. MILBURN,
?ep9_New No. 113 N. Royal st.
FANCY NOS. 1 AND 2 MACKEBEL
just received; whito and fat.
aep? G EO. McBURNEY & SON.
TEW NO. 2 FAT MACKEREL just received by
Tsopl 1 J. C. MTLBUBN.
ONE NIGHT ONLY. THURSDAY. Sept. 22.
kick. haut a- ry.uavn legiti?
Headed by those- DiBlii-guitlnd Corned.aus,
WM. HENRY BICE,
GOV. ADD RYMAN.
Assisted by LESTER and WILLIAMS, HOOLLY
and THOMPSON, CHAS. FRENCH and others.
A Superb Quintette, Brilliant Orchestra and
Serenade Braes Band.
The Great Society Burlesque,
Wra Henry Rice's great and oiiginal creation, as
seen at the Arch Street Opera House, Philadel?
phia, for four consecutive weeks,
Seats on sale at Summers & Allen's.
Prices, 25,35 and 50c. . seplO 4t
JUST RECEIVED BY
G. WM. RAMSAY.
GUARANTEED STRICTLY PURE.
Whole and Pure Ground Spices.
For sale by
G. WM. RAMSAY,
FKKSII GROUND OATMEAL
Ju;t received by
C. WM. RAMSAY.
FOR PICNICS AND TRAVELERS.
FANCY OLIVES in small bottles,
IMPORTED FRENCH MUSTARD,
CROSSE & BLACK WELL'S CHOW CITOW,
PRESERVED GINGER in small and med. pots,
CRY STA LI'/. ED do. in half pound boxes,
TOTTED MEATS AND GAME,
SOFT M A RS n M A DO WS in half lb tins, Ac.
For salo by
G. WM. RAMSAY.
No. 517 KING STREET,
Informs his customers that ho has received a
fall and winter goods,
And is now prepared to
FURNISH SUITS IN ALL THE LATEST
STy~ <"-S AND ON REASONABLE TERMS.
sept!; i -a
HAVE ACCEPTED THE AGENCY FOE
HAEDMAN, EMEESON & NEWBT AND
for tho counties in Eastern Virginia. A full lino
oftho above may bo found in tho store at 314
King street, whore I shall ho happy to seo my old
as well as now customers. Will also otTor fine new
Organs at $50 cash; $<jO monthly payments.
Lowor prices and easier terms than ever before
offered for now goods.
sepl7 lw_F. L. VANAUKEN.
rjIRANSFER OF BUSINESS.
Tho undersigned having this day transferred
tho real estate business horotofore conducted hy
him to tho Alexandria Eeal Estate Investment,
Trust and Titlo Company, desires to thank his
friends for their liberal patronage, and solicits a
continuanco oftho same for his successors. In tho ]
faturo I will bo associated with tho ab^vc-namcd
< ompany as auctioneer and sales agent.
_sep5 2w_ R.T.LUCAS.
All persons doing business with tho NORTON
SHIPBUILDING COMPANY in Virginia aud
West Virginia should addrets or forward all com
municatious to the central odice of tho company,
633 F street, Washington, D. C, aa tho company
has no office or postotlicc address in Alexandria.
Wo have on hand
TEN THOUSAND BUSHELS OF SHELL LIME,
Which wo will sell in lots to suit purchasers.
Applv at our oflice, No. 11!) King street,
sep'ilm _J. T. & J. G. BECKHAM.
Wo have on hand a
SUPEEIOE LOT OF FULTZ WHEAT,
put aside especially for seed. _
aep21m__J. T. & J. G. BECKHAM.
AVIS'S DIAMOND HAMS,
Finest in tho World.
sepn_GEOBGE McBUBMEY & SON.
SigAL AND JUTE FODDEE YABN.just re?
ceived at 328 King street, for sale wnolesalo
aDLri511 by J. T. CREIGHTON & SON.
UNCW and MARKET BASKETS, a full line
^received by J>c.mLBUEN.
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 of
plenty" have been culled some of the most choice gems, and in
the like has never been seen. Beautiful designs, and colors the richest
We want you to particularly notice this department, not only on ca
count of its sightliness and worth, but also on account of the low prices
About this department there needs to be very little said ; its speaks for
itself. We have an elegant line of SUITS and SUITINGS, and in Cas
simeres at $1, $1 25, $1 50 and $2 the stock just purchased is superior
in quantity, quality and style to any we have heretofore ofifered.
We occupy the same store, but our numbers have been changed from
107 and 109 to 431 and 433 King street.
Corner King and Royal Streets.
WHO ARE BUSY NOW EECEIYING THEIR
FEOSI BOSTON, BALTIMOEE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
Look Out for the Largest Assortment
and the Immense Bargains
we have secured.