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MONDAY EVENING, MARC Ii 14
For this soction light .-now cr rain, followed by
fair Weather and colder northwesterly winds
A Raid.?Between one auti two o'clock
yesterday afternoon an interesting game o:
keno was being conducted in a sequestered
room of a building on lower Prince street.
The participants were grouped around tho
table scanning their cards intently as tho
numbers were being called, when tho game
was brought to rather an abrupt termina?
tion by the announcement that a traitor
had been admitted to the fellowship
of the delegation, th.it tho police had been
informed of what was going on within the
room, aad that ihose not desiring to en?
counter the minions of the law had better
decamp instanter. "Chips'' were seized,
overcoats donned, and in much les3 timo
than it teke3 to tell it the former oecupaots
had made exits in various ways und scam
pered in as many directions. Tho police,
fortunately for the ibndlers of the playful
liger, had tarried somewhat after the infor?
mation had been lodged, and it was during
this interval that tho gamo had flown.
It seems that an individual whose conivial
tastes rather predominate over those for
games of chance has for some time beeu
ilroppiug geutle bints of the fact that it was
in bis power to bring the proceedings euact
, .1 id lite house ton decided termination,
aad tlits proprietor rather dreading such a
climax was wool to "entertain" the uncom?
fortable visitor by furnishing him with
ardeot potions. Yesterday, however, the
tormer upon perceiving that his beneliciary
wa-i rather dismembered, refused to ply bim
with auy more stimulants, when the in?
former proceeded to carry out his long
threateoed plan. Ho saw tho police ami
made tbe necessary exposure, bat by some
means ihe news of what he had done
reached the players, and, as stated, they
-oon vacated the premises, the police find?
ing no gaming going on wheu they arrived.
Tno second act in the drama then followed,
when an individual long known iu gambling
circles, whose profits in tho game were de?
rived from distributing "chips," iu scriptural
parlance, "seeing the hope of bis gains
gone," grew much incensed, and started on
a search for the informer, whom he soon
after accosted and knocked down. The dis?
comfited individual prcceeded to his home
much dejecti d. and about nine o'clock last
night after pondering over the scenes
through which bo had passed together
doubtless with contrition for Bending the
police to his former retreat, and smarting
under the castigation he bad received, be
gan making preparations for shuffling oil
this mortal coil somewhat after the manner
of Sardanapalus wheu besieged in his
palace, and in effecting his own flight from
things mundane, intended making hcla
causts out of the other members of the fami?
ly. Procuring some coal oil he proceeded
to carry out the last act of what he desired
to be a tragedy, and saturated the floor and
t-verytbing else in the room with the fluid,
and applying a match soon started a lire,
which fortunately wa3 discovered by some
other inmates of the house and subdued
before much damage had been done. The
would-be incendiary was arrested, aud this
morniug was brought beforo the Mayor
charged with drunkenness and attempted
hoti=e burning but the charges were finally
condensed to ono?insanity?and ho was
committed tor further examination. The
proprietor of the gaming house was also
cited to appear before, the Mayor to an?
swer the charge of permitting gambling on
hia premises, but was discharged, and
another party who it seems apprised the
players that ibo house was to bo raided, was
also dismissed, but the individual who as?
saulted tbe informer had his case postponed.
When the cave was cilled this morning
at the mayor's oflice the informer said he
was di unk yesterday; did not know what
be hud done, and bad no charges to prefer
against any one. The trial elicited no ev?
idence against any of the accused parties,
hence their discharge.
Corporation Covrt?Judge N. 6'. Meade
'.ding.?Blacklock vs. Blacklock, an?
swer of guardian ad litem of infant child?
E. Francis vs. R. M. Latham, decree of
J. Cirr vs. Julia F. Baker, decree of ref?
Veatou v-. Veaton, decree for sale.
An authenticated copy of the will of the
late Mrs. S. s. Barbour (which had been
probaltd in Washington) was admitted to
probate. The. provisions have been pub?
lished in tho Gazette.
Phe report of the committee appointed to
examioe the jail was filed. The committee
recommended new locks for tho doors: iron
doois f-.,r the rooms; a grated door and a
bi ick wash house.
Henson Jackson vs. the V. M. railway,
suit for damages for killings cow on Henry
street; case in j r.igress.
Threatened to Shoot.?A young mau
named Montgomery Pevaughn, while under
the influence of liquor, this morning, enter?
ed ihe house ou the northeast corner of
Cameron ami Fairfax streets, occupied by
several families, and after a short conversa?
tion drew a pistol and threatened to shoot
Mrs Nannie l.ightfoot. He was quickly
ejected from the bouse and later a warrant
was issued for bis arrest, but up to 4 o'clock
be bad uot been found. The occurrence
caused considerable excitement in the j
Death of Mr. George P. Wise.?Mr.
George P. Wise, Mayor of this city about
thirty years ago, and for many years the
popular proprietor of the City Hotel, died
at his home, at Hickory Grove, Prince Wil?
liam county, this morning, aged SI years.
Mr. Wise had beeu sick for some time and
bis death was not unexpected. He was a
genial and kind hearted gentleman and was
widely and favorably known throughout all
this sectiou of the State, and his death will
he deeply regretted.
VEsterdaY was spring-like, and more
people were cn the streets than on any Sun
d?v this year. Many strangers were also
here, some "taking in" the place in open
hacks. The graveyards were visited by
scores, and in the afternoon the funeral of a
colored woman from the southwestern part
of the city was largely attended, two or
thrte societies of which the deceased wa3 a
member attending in regalia.
Attempted Robberies.?Some one en?
tered the house of Mr. Henry Poss on up?
per King street last night, it is thought with
the intention of robbing, but was scared off
before he succteeed. Last night a thief
tried to enter the house of Mr. Jas. Wood on
south Alfred street by taking out a sash from
the second story window but he was heard
and scared off._
Death of Mr Owen Nugent.?Mr.
0?vtn Nugent, a naii\e of Ireland, which
couutry he loved wiih "a love supreme,"
died at hU residence .'u this city, yesterday,
in the OSib yiur of his age. Mr. Nugent
was a popu'm.- and geuial citizen, and bis
deatb will ba regretted by a large circle of
Tue Mission at St. Mary's Church
. i?eil last iiight. Tt wad a very successful
o?t\ Earlj* in the* week ih<- nomtier of
comrrtuaions began to increase, on Friday
tL*-riR numeroue. and on Saturday, at
I all tb, mass the rail wa3 several Graes
filled. Yesterday it seemed as if the entire.
I congregation approached the* holy table.
?At I! o'clock Father Denny preached on
the intimate union of our duty towards God
\ and towards our neighbor. Beginning with
j the parable of the Good Samaritan, he
showed that everywhere in Holy Scripture
j our blessed Lord inculcates that the poor
land suffering are his representatives, and
I that wo cannot pretend to love Ilim and
neglect or injure our ueighbor. At Vespers,
at 7:30, he dwelt on the declaration that all
believers are witnesses ot Christ, and, iu a
very plain, familiar talk, showed that it is
by their lives that they must give testimo
ny. By example, rather than by precept,
j be said, must men be brought to God, and
he showed, most forcibly, the far-reaching
influence cf example, cither good or had.
Ho then, after a short prayer, took the cru?
cifix in bis baud, and making the sign of
tho cros3 over the kneeling multitude with
it, gave them the papal benediction which
concludes a mission. The attendance had
been constantly increasing and last night it
overflowed tho church, large as it is.
police report.?Last night was cloudy
with rain about 11 o'clock. There were
seven prisoners but uo lodgers at the?la
The Mayor this morning disposed of the
following cases :
Lewis Munroe, colored, arrested by officers
Arnold and Martin, for disorderly conduct,
was sent to jail.
Chas. Nightingill, arrested by officer Bet
tico, for disorderly conduct in striking a
youth, was fined ?1, and Jas. Doherty, ar?
rested for striking Nightingill, was dis?
Thos Downey, arrested by Lt. Smith,
charged with unlawful gaming, was dis?
Edward Meade,arrested by Lt. Smith and
officer Martin, charged with interfering with
the officers in the discharge of their duty by
giving information that a raid was to be
made, was discharged.
Win. Gary, arrested by officer Martin,
for being druuk on the street, was fined $1.
Frank Moore, arrested by officer Pat
Hayes, charged with being insane, was
committed for further examination.
Geo. Travers, charged with an assault on
Frank Moore, had his case postponed till
Albert Fisher, a small white boy, charged
with assaulting a companion, was fined $1.
FlRE.?The alarm of fire shortly after
midnight on Saturday night last was caused
by tho partial burning of one of the two
story frame buildings on the north side of j
Duke street, between Alfred and Patrick,
in the row belonging to the Henderson es?
tate. The fire department promptly re
sponded and the flames were soon extin?
guished, the building sustaining much loss
damage by fire than by water. The fire
originated in a cupboard under the stairway
and is believed to have been the work of ao
incendiary, es the house was unoccupied.
Neither the chief engineer nor either of tho
fire wardens being on the ground there were
a largo number of persons in command.
THE opera House.?Arrangements have
been perfected for the appearance in this
city-of tho famous comedian, Sol Smith Bus
sell and his great comedy company. The
new comedy drama, "Pa," will he given.
Tho company embraces an array cf names
well known throughout the country. The
plot is intensely interesting, and tho play,
which is in three nets, is full of strong situa?
tions ami picturesque groupings. a car
load of properties will be used,and magniti
cent and costly wardrobes will be worn by
THe Fishing Season.?Work h*3 now
bepn In gun iu the clearing up of the tir-h
wharves both hero and in Washington
preparation for ttie coming fishing season,
but as it is now noticed that tho Hush
Season begins later and continues longer
than in olden times, tho owners and lessees
of shores aro not in a hurry about, making
their preparations. Only seven boatloads
of hands for tho shores have yet left the
wharves of the Potomac cities.
Personal.?Mrs. Mabone and daughter
left Washington on Saturday for Now York,
and expect to start from there for California
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tackelt, who have been
spending tho winter in New York, have re?
Mi?. Robfc. T. Thorp, of Boydton, Meck?
lenburg county, is iu the city, visiting rela?
New Bripce.?The building of the bridge
ove:- Holmes' Bun, on the Little River turn?
pike, about four miles from this city, has
been almost completed. Tho bridge has
been built chiefly by subscriptions from the
residents of the neighborhood and is a great
convenience to those who travel on that
[NlSOLVENCY.? Alexander J. Wedderburn,
of Baltimore, dealer in guano and publisher
of the National Farm and Fireside, on Sat?
urday last filed a petition in the Court of j
Common Pleas, of that city, praying to
be adjudged an insolvent. Charles W.
Fie.d was appointed preliminary trustee
and eave bond as such lor $500.
Ex-Mayor J. T. Beckham while superin?
tending the loading of aschooner with grain,
at the Pioneer Mills wharf on Saturday even?
ing last, was accidently knocked overboard
and received a severe bruise on hi3 shoulder
by striking against the side of the vessel.
This has been an ideal March day?rain,
suow, sunshine and wind.
Some forty employees were dropped from tho
rol.s of tho Government printing otlice Saturday.
Sjme seventy-live other employees wero given a
short furlough, which is understood to ho the pre?
liminaries of a weediug-out process.
The party cf distinguished-looking gentlemen
who visited tho shipyard yesterday evening wore
members of tho Bachelors' Club, and not New
York capitalists, as supposed by many.
Tho telegraph lines of tho W. and O. and V. M.
divisions of the Richmond and Danville Eaiiroad
wero connected to-day.
The exhibition of the Grange Cauip Association
this year begins August 3 1 and will coutiuueuntil
Two large flocks of wild geese passed over this
city this morning, one al>out 1? o'clock and the
other about U, goiug north.
Tbe funeral of the late Judge Cbarlei E. Sin?
clair took place at Manassas on Saturday eveuing
PRIME NEW ORLEANS and PORTO RICO
MOLASSES for sale by
apl J. C. MILBUBN.
FRENCH DOLLS, with moveable joints, bisque
beads and kid bodies, from 25c to $1. at
det-21 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
FLOUR?Superlative, Crystal, Triumph, New
South, Henroon and Tcnney Flour for sale
low by [dee3] ^. C._MILBURN.
SUPERIOR SUGAR-CURED HAMS, mild cure,
for salo bv
nov23 ' J. C. MIL-BURN.
: OA BOXES BLOATERS just received by
\4AJ feb24 J.O. M1LIU'RN._
GRAHAM FLoCR. in 5 lb niu-knges.
feb23 GEO. McBUENEY A SON.
! MONETARY AND COM ME R C LAL.
New Yobsc, Mar. 14 ?The stock market open
; ed stroofljtbia morning, with first prices showing
advances ovor Saturday's final figures of from \*
to % per cent., tho latter in Richmond an] West
Point, which was one of the leading stocks, hut
the remainder was dull. The market, was strong
in the r ar'y dealings and further advances were
made. Prices soon yielded, however, at.d Rich?
mond, and West Point showed decided weakness,
I losing 34. Toward 11 o'e'ock the gcnoral market
I became iteady, and at that hour wai moderately
active and hcivy. Money easy at 4^
BALTIXOae, Mar. 14.?Virginia6s consolidated
?.'J'.j; pest-due coupons ?: 10-403 39; new 3d
WHOLESALE PRICES OF PRODUCE MAR. 14
Floor, one. ..... ?3 00 r* 3 25
Snporllne. 3 25 @ 3 50
E.vtrs. 4 00 fa 4 25
Family. . 4 50 @ 4 75
Fancy brand*. 5 00 fa 5 50
Wheat, Longborry. 0 85 @ 0 02
Fnltz. 0 83 (ft 0 88
Mixod. 0 83 (ft 0 00
Fair Wheat. 0 80 fa 0 83
Damp and tough. 0 70 @ 0 75
Corn, white. 0 49 fa 0 51
Yellow. 0 47 @ 0 50
Corn Moa!.:. 0 4!) (ft 0 53
Homiuy, par barrel. 2 90 3 00
Ryo.....". 0 54 fa 0 5 ft
Data. 0 35 fa 0 38
Ratter, Virginia priruo. 0 23 (ft 0 27
Common to middling... 015 (ft 010
Eggs. 0 14 @ 015
Turkeys, livo. 0 9 (ft 0 10
" dressed, drawn. 012 (Ttl 013
Dressed Chickens. 010 (ft 0 12
Voal Calves. 0 5 fa 0 6^
Dressed Pork. 0 53fc @ ? O^J
Irish Potatoes per bushed... 0 70 (ft 0 75
Sweet Potatoes per barrel... 2 25 (,<. 2 50
Apples per barrel. 2 50 (ft 3 25
Onions per bushel. 1 00 (ft 125
'? Peaches, peel od. 0 7 (a) 0 8
" " unpeolod. 0 4 (ft 0 0
" Cherries. 0 8 fa 010
Dried Apples. 0 3 (ft 0 5
liacon?Hams,country. Ol'.'A^fa 013*?
Rost sugar cured Hams. 0 13*4 @ 0 13*^
Butchers' Hams. 013*4 0 Ol:i'v
Breakfast Bacon. 0 9*4 @ 0 9%
Sugar-cured Shoulders. 0 8%'fa 0 8HZ
Bulk shoulders. 0 O'U @ 0 7
" Ig.cl. aidos. 0 8^8 0 8%
" fat backs. 0 S^ @ 0
" bollioa. 0 8^ & 0 8%
Bacon Shoulders. 0 7^.0 0 7^
" 8idoa. 0 9% fa 010
Lard. 0 7^? 0 Sty
Smoked Boof.. 0 15 fa 0 Ifity
Sugars?Brown. 0 4H2 @ 0 5
OHA. 0 5^? 0 C>\
Conf.Standard A. 0 ?ty fa 0 55H
Granulated. 0 6 @ 0 0>?
Co (Tees?Bio. 014 (ft 0 10
LaGauyra. 0 14 (ft 010
.lava. 0 17 @ 0 22
Molasses B. S. 015 fa 016
" C. B. 017 @ 0 18
SugarSyrups. 0 18 (ft 0 30
Horring, Eastern, por b'ol... 3 50 fa 4 50
Potomac No. 1. 4 50 (ft 5 00
Mackerel, small.porbbl. 0 00 (ft 0 00
No. 3, medium... 10 00 fa 10 50
No. 3, large fat... 12 00 (ft 14 00
" No. 2. 35 00 (ft 18 00
Clover Seed. 4 25 @ 5 25
Timothy . 210 (ifl 2 25
Plaator, ground,per ton. 4 75 fa 5.00
Ground in bags. 5 75 @ 6 00
Lamp. 3 50 (g 3 75
Salt?G.A. tLivorpord). 0 75 fa 0 80
Fino. 1 20 & 1 SO*
Turk's Island. 1 15 fa 1 20
Wool?Long uuwashod. 0 22 fa 0 24
Washed. 0 30 fa 0 32
Morino, unwaalied. 0 20 @ 0 21
Do. Washed. 0 30 @ 0 32
Sumac. 0 70 (ft 0 75
Hay. 11 00 fa 13 00
Cut do. 18 00 fa 1!) 00
Wheat Bran'js ton V-? car.. In7.", fa l?Oi)
Brown Middlings " 18 50 & 18 75
White Middlings " 2100 fa 22 00
Hominy Chop " 10 00 U 20 00
Cotton Seed Meal " 23 50 (?< 24 00
The oMeringt of Flour conlinne good and the
markets are steady, with a fair demand, mainly
confined to the jobbing trade. Receipts of Wheat
are still light ; lair to choice grade.-, aro strong
and active, bat th ro is no change in damaged
and inferior lots, which form tho bulk of the of?
ferings; futuros are quiet and fluctuate within
narrow limits. Coin, Rye and Oats are lirra.
Produce is fairly arlivo, but without material
chango in quotations.
P.Al.TlMor.c, March 34.?Cotion iirra and quiet;
middling9%. Flour firm and steady; Howard
street and Western super $2 50a3 10; do extra
S3 25a3 75 ; do family $4 00a4 00 ; City Mills
super ?2 50a3 00 j do extra $3 25a3 75; do Rio
brands $4 50a4 75; Patapsco superlative patent
$5 45 ; do family S5 15. Wheat? Soutliorn
steady and fairly actho; red 92sa91; amber !*3a
95; Western lower, closing dull; No 2 winter red
snot 8Ba8S*4; Marcli and April 89 bid ; M ytU'i
?90%; Juno 90*^91% Corn? Southern steady;
white48n50; do yellow 46a47; Western lowor
and (juict; mixed spot45^9 15*4; 45a45*fi;
April 45a45*4; May 4 o tyt-l \, ; June 46^ bid ;
steamer 44^45. Oats steady and quiet; South?
ern and Pennsylvania 34a38 ; Western white
37a39; do mixed 34a36. Rye firm at 5SaC0.
Hay dull; prime to choice Western $llal5. Pro?
visions firm and quiet. Mo33 Pork, old, $16 ;
now, $19*20. Bulk-meats?shonldors and clear
rib oides packed 7*^a0. Bacon?shoulders SaSty;
clear rib sides 9*?; hams 13\al-i. Lard?re?
fined Sab'.j. Bntter firm for choice: Western
parked lGa2i;; creamery 20a32. Eggs firnror
at lSV-alG. Coffee nominally steady; Rio cargoes
ordinary to fair llal-lty. Sugar quiet; A soft
5%. Whiskey steady and quiet at $1 23al 24.
Chicago, March 14?11:00 a. m.?May Wheat
opened steady at 92*4, but has fallen back slowly
toSl1?.. with fairly active trading. May Corn
10 6. May Oats 21). May Lard $7 CO. Pork
Naw York, March 14.?Cotton dull; up!and3
; Orleans 10 11-10; futures Steady. Flour
dull and heavy. Wheat lower. Corn lower. Pork
linn at S15 2.r>al5 75. Lard dull at ?7 711.
PORP OF ALEXANDRIA, MARCH 14. 1887.
Sun risos.6 13 | Sun sets.6 6
Sehr G W Carrington, Baltimore, by P B nooc.
BOYS EXTRA LARGE AND FINE QUALITY
RIBBED HOSE, Black and Colored. Twenty
live cents tier pair. At
felC_AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
TSaSTORINE! CASTORINE!?Baum's ovor
\J ready Caatorine, a poi feet oiler for Bngnies,
Wagons, Carts, ?c. Nover Gains; Never (.'hills.
For sale by i.je?l W. F. CEEIGHTON & CO.
AHANDSOME ASSOBTMENT OF COUN?
TRY-MADE CASSIMERES, the best goods
for boys and men's wear, at
feb25 AMDS II. SLAYMAKER'S.
MY STOCK OF ALL WOOL AND MERINO
Underwear is now full and complete, those
who want good goods at low prices will find them
at my store, [ocft] AMOS it. SLAYMAKER.
ryp P.B LS CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR, best
1 0 knowu brands, bought before tho advance,
for sale low by
jan!3_ J. C. MILBURN.
mOMATO CATSUP, (how Chow, Mixed Mns
X tard and Mired Pickles in hulk, fjr sale in
quantities to suit by
novl9 J. C. MILBURN.
,Iu3t received and for sale by
oct!9_W. F. CREIQHTON A CO.
TEAS?Haviug bought largely of Teas, care?
fully selected, I am selling the same very low.
sep23" J. C. MILBCRN._
CHEAP SOAP?7 cake3 Higgins' Standard Soap,
12 ounces each, for 25c at.
janl3 _J. C. MILBURN'S.
RITCHEN, CRYSTAL AND PEERLESS
Scouring Soaps, for sale by
ftU24 " J. C. MILBURN.
rnHE GOLDEN HAM, for sale by G EO. McBUR
1 NEY & SON. mull
Mi: 11 [CIN A!,.
Gives relief at once and
COLD IN HEAD,
&j$j&/?-w[No! a Liquid Snuff or
Powdei F?ee from in
)QTion8 drcg3 and offen
A particle Is applied
?Sjft/^ into each a: stril and i.;
& U5JU agreeable. Price 50cts.
culars freo. ELY BEOS., Druggists,
aug2 co Otrego, N. Y.
HEAVY WEIGHTS, FULL CANS.
For sale only by
C. WM. R?SV8S?Y.
FOR SALE BY
G? WM. R?SVSS?Y.
100 FOUNDS FANCY
Clarke and Warren County
IX CAPS AT FIFTEEN < EN TS.
G. WM. R?fVIS?Y.
30 BOXES CHOICE FLORIDA ORANGES,
20 BOX BS G? 'OD SICILY ORANGES
And a '.mall lot of
OOOD MALAGA GRAPES.
?dint received aud for rale low by
fpWO GENTLEMEN can be accommodated with
a large airy EOOM and BOARD at No. 10 N.
Washington street. Also TABLE HOARDERS
wanted. [mbRlra] Mrs.A. HURDLE.
A PARTNER IN A NEW AND ( OMPLETE
<Ioi?3 " ;i"e business. Fiour stands lirst-clafs.
Itin:ited in one of the best cnaimuuities in Lou
Soon county, Ya. For particulars address J. F.
D?DD, Waterford. L?ndonn co.. Ys. mh2 col m
rn V,ir>OA A MONTH eaa 1,-- made.
OlUU 1()v)?)UU working for us. Agents
preferred \\bo can furnish their own borgesand
give their whole time to the bnsir.c s. Sparc mo?
menta may be profitably cmploj-cd ako. A few
vacancies in towns and cities. 1:. !'. JOHNSON &
CO,, 1013 Main st., Richmond,Ya. [mh2 d&twlm
p.VlST YOUR BUGGY FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Another supply of CROWN CARRIAGE GLOSS
PAINT: ready for use; only one coat necessary.
For sale by
scpO_. W. F. CRF.IGHTON & CO.
WIRE-COVERED DOOR AND WINDOW
FRAMES and SCREEN WIRE of assorted
widths, in quantities to suit, at Sri King street,
corner of Royal.
my_21_ J. T. CREIflim >N Sc Son.
SS^ STATE: DRY STATE!
Hie ahovo preparation, in SO-oent packages,
for salo by
jy.3 W. F. 0 B E IG H TO N & CO.
NEW VALENCIA and DAHESA TABLE
RAISINS. New Currants, French Prunes,
Jamaica Oranges and Malaga Lemons just re?
bctSo geo. McBurney & son.
WROUGHT SPIKES FOR BRi WIE and BOAT
BUILDERS at 83 King, corner of Royal
street. An assortment of sizes for sale cheap to
_sop27_ J.T. CREIG HTON A- SON.
FLOWER POTS?Just received a lot of Flower
Pots, assorted sizes, neat and durable, with
or without sauccr3, at
fehlS_E. J. MILLER. SON & GO'S.
IF YOU CANNOT SEE and cannot find any
SPECTACLES to suit you, go to HENRY
WILDT'S aud have your eyes tested, and you
will have no more trouble^_nov20
STONE'S COD LIVER OIL, a perfectly pnre
oil, highly recommended by our city physi?
cians. A supply just received by
deel _ E^S. LEADBEATEB & BSD
XXX confectioner S fOWI?'" ^
GAR. The bist for fine O-J^j? Sold
by_[?njLl \L A,lu. .mcRL'RNEY .v s.oN.
ijVLORlDA f,^,AK?ESjust received.
' [mhll] GEO. McBUENEY i: SON.
We have had sent us from New York an immense lot of
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE.
ILSO A VERY LARGE LI!VE OF HALF HOSE.
Over 1.000 paira in all, which we are selling'at loss than one third of
their real value. For the goods worth L2&, 25, 373, 50, 75 and $1 we
are only asking 6, S, 10, 121, 15, 20 and 25c.
Among the many other desirable goods into which we have put the
knife you will find a large quantity of both cheap and fine
j DRESS GOODS
That have been greatly reduced and in many cases to one half of their
We are offering a splendid quality of
NAPKINS AT $1.50
that would be bargains at $2. We still have a few of the
in the market. No better bargain ever offered than our 20c towel,
and our fine towels in lots of 1 for $2 and $2 25 are exceptionally de ?
worth 37.1c have been reduced from the low price of 20c to the very
low price of 15c.
THE PULLMAN BUSTLE
has created quite a stir among the ladies, and the demand lor them is
growing every da)-. We will always keep a good assortment.
have been added to our stock, and purchasers will always find us with
a full line at popular prices.
We have increased our already large line of CORSETS by the addi?
tion of several new makes,
A choice line of 4-4 WAMSUTTA always on hand.
J. E. TACKETT,
NOS. 107 AND 109 KING STREET, ALEXANDRIA, VAJ
Mr. Henry Schwarz now in New York for his Spring Stock.
HAVE OPENED THIS DAY
One Hunflrefl anfl Fifty Imfloriefl Corseis at 90 cents.
^Guaranteed by the Importer as to quality, shape and durability.
Ts coming in rapidly, and in this special department we are ready to
take early spring orders.
Fit guaranteed and prices second to none.
ISAAC EICHBERC * CO.,
Corner King and Royal Streets.