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1 r:-:sDAY EVENING, MA ECU 20
For this section fair, warmer weather ted
County Court?Judge I). M. ChicheaUr
preriding.? | Con tinuat ion of yesterday 'a | >n. -
ceedings. i ?Com. vs. Richard Simmons, in?
dicted for maliciously shooting Steveu E.
Clements with intent to kil; ; jury and ver?
dict of guilty and penalty fixed a: ten years
in the penitentiary.
Com. vs. Joseph Lipscombe, charged
with assault ; convicted and sen?
tenced to pay a tine of $50 and to bo con?
fined in jail for three months.
To day.?A. special grand jury was em
pannelled, with Geo. W. Veitch as foreman,
and sworn, who returned a bill preferred
against Charles Reinneke, for 3tealiDg a
hor.-e from J. R. Conklin ; not a true bill
The cases of the Com. vs. Dr. James
Hakall, charged with assault and battery,
and ?ame vs. Dr. James Makall, for enrrying
concealed weapons, were continued for the
defendants until next term of court.
The motiou to grant Richard Simmons a
new trial was argued aud the verdict ren?
dered by the jury yesterday set aside, as
!>eing too severe, and new trial granted.
Frnzier vs. Hagenbaugh, attachme.it :
jury and case in progress.
Police Report.?Last night was cold
and cloudy until about 11 o'clock when it
btcime clear. There warn two prisoners
and lour lodgers at the station house.
The Mayor this morning disposed of the
following cases :
Sam Cbaso and Eli Butler, colored, arrest
ed by officers Ticer and Arnold, charged
with disorderly conduct, were fined $5 each.
Henry Munson, colored, arrested by offi?
cer Martin, for an assault on Eila Smith,
also colored, was discharged on the with?
drawal of the warrant and the payment of
One of the police officers, charged by Geo.
Travers with nttempt to intimidate a wit?
ness, was yesterday honorably acquitted.
A tramp, charged with interfering with
tho butchers in the market was required to
leave the city.
Novelty in House Building .?Mr. Rob
ort Portner has completed arrangements for
building on his property ou I* street, in
Washington, ami will introduce a novelty
to the Washington bouse buyer. The pur?
chaser will receive a title to the house only,
and will pay to Mr. Portner a ground rent
of $120 per annum for tho U street property,
and $100 per nnnum for that on Portner
l'iace This ground rent is redeemable at
any time within ninety nine years, and the
heirs or assigns of the lessee can, if desired,
renew the lease by the payment of $1. A
man, baviug $4,000 to invest, can thu3 pur?
chase two houses?which, with the lots,
*vould be worth $S,000. The rents received
would pay the ground rent and leave an in
i^rest equal to abcut 13 or 14 per cent, on
his investment. Four houses have already
been >ullt on this property, one of which
has been' sold for $4,200.
Writ ok Error Refused.?The Court
of Appeals yes'^rday refused a writ of error
in the case of Man shack and Gump, of Bal
timoro, Md.. against Mrs. Virginia Stewart,
of this city, This case, among others, grew
out of the condtt :t of the Tontine Hotel, of
this city, som-? yi-ars ago, and was a suit to
subject the separate estate of Mrs. Stewart
to the payment of the debts incurred by her
husband. Wm. A. Stewart, acting as her
agent. The Circuit Court, of this city, de?
creed agaiusr the defendaut, and an appeal
was taken to the Court of Appeals with the
result above slated. Messrs. C. E. Stuart
aud Leonard Marbury represented the
plaintiffs and Messrs. H. O. Olaughtou and
i>. G. Brent tho defendant.
The Local NEWSPAPER.?A level head?
ed editor writes what he conscientiously
feels, us follows: "A newspaper general?
ly, is a picturo of the place in
which it is published. It is received
by the outside world as a photo?
graph of a place. People that say 'it
will do good' should remember this : Every
business, no matter if !a>ge or small, should
ba represented in the home paper. It. is a
home institution, and should honeBtly re?
ceive all due it, for the road of a newspaper
man is a rough one at best."
Jri>,i.ments kor the CARROLL HEIRS.?
The c uirt of claims yesterday awarded in?
dividual judgments in favor of tho heira of
th? Cartoll estate, iu Wasbiugton, as fol?
lows: Geo. F. Appleby, trustee for Jaue
.: ' i, Rebecca Carroll, Henry May Brent,
Daniel Carroll Fii/.hugh, executor of Maria
C. Fiizhugh, and for the estate of Ann C.
Carroll, $'J7,050: Catheriue D. Fitzhugb, $3,- j
00333; Annie Phillips Nicholson, by her |
(guardian, Kntherine P. Nicholson.$2,002 23; j
Elizabeth A. Burritt, $2,002.22: Euphemia j
The Weather.?The comparatively mild
weather of yesterday was followed by a de
cided fali in the temperature, and during
tho uight ice formed along the shores of the
river. The wind blew a gale all night and
continued during to-day, filling the air with
dust and blowing much of the water from
the river. This morning there was a snow
storm which lasted about half an hour. At
2 o'clock this afternoon the thermometer
registered 20 degrees.
Col. Beverley Injured.?While Colonel
Robert Beverley was ridingtm horse-back on
his farm in Fauquier county, on Sunday
last, his horssa stumbled and fell, throwing
Col. B. to ibe ground and breaking two of
his ribs. He writes to a friend in this city
saying that he can walkabout the house,
but will be unable to get out for some
Personal ?Mr. Manly B. Ramos, of
Richmond, was in the city yesterday on a
visit to friends.
Mr. Edgar Warfield has returned from
Richmond, where he went la3t week to at
t't.d the meeting of tho State Pharmaceuti?
Dead ? Mr. William H. Smith, a well
known res'; tent of this city, died yesterday
evening ai i he residence of his mother-in-law,
airs. C M D isco!!, on King street, after a
long illness of consumption. Hewasaprac
tical machinist, and for some time was an
employee in the shops of the Virginia Mid?
Another Fire in Fauquier.?A letter
received at this office to day from Warren
ton, says: '"The barn of Mr. Robert Murray,
n*>arThe Plaiun, Fauquier county, was burn?
ed yestosday evening, together with a large
quantity of com, hay, cotton-seed meal,
harness and farming Implements. The barn
only was insured."
Why let the little one? suffer with rheu?
matism when 25 ceuts will buy a bottle of
Of far greater value than money is health;
therefore, for coughs and colds use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup, tue in?allible remedy. Price
Pbe high wind of to day blew down seve
j mi chimneys, fences, etc., and did other
? elig..' damage.
A i. .i: ringe iicensn was isau&d in Wash
I inetcn yesterday to Gayton Arrington and
: Florence Ardello Steele, both of this city.
Five wild ducks were found dead jester
I day at the bi.-e i>f the Washington monu
I nit in. having tioeti killed bv fljing against
Thete will ba a called meeting of the City
Council to-night to consider Ibe proposition
to amend the city charier in relation to iui
Tbe old frame building formerly occupied
B ii carpenter shop aud saw mill, on Co?
lumbus street, between King and Cameron,
has beeu torn down.
I: would appear from the "wind and
weather" ol last night and this morning that
March will not bo content to go out like a
lion but will probably make its e3?i! like an
The attornejs representing the various
interests in the Farmers and Mechanics'
Saviogs B.nhk -nits, were engaged to-day
in preparing the decree to be signed by
Judge Keith, who recently decided in favor
of tbe directors of that institution.
This ii the eveniug for lbestereoptic"ttip
from Paris to Mo.-cow." No better oppor
tunity could bs availed of to visit all tbe
places of note in these famous cities, and tbe
heairiful Alpine and Rhine scenery, lying
along the route. The entertainment will be
given at the Opera House, the doors open?
ing at half-past seven o'clock.
I>r. Pierce'.s "Favorite Prescription ' is
a most powerful restorative tonic, ami com
blues the most valuable nervine properties;
especially adapted to the wants of debilitat?
ed ladies suffering from weak back, inward
fever, congestion, iufUminaiion, or ulcera
tion, or irorn nervousness or neuralgic pains
*?.<> TO O. S. WAMU'.K'S
TOMBS AM) ENCLOSURES.
Throe New Grauito Polishing Machines. Best
facilities for Monumental Work. He guarantee?
the best of work, good stock and low figures
Works?7n2, 70-1 and 706,North Capitol street,
in rear of Government printing office, Washing?
ton, D. C. mh29 3m
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST FROM
Charles M. Fanntleroy, trustee, for Laura E.
Maddux, dated January 30th, 183G,and recorded
in deed boo!: No. 16 page 5Gt,and at tho request
111 writing of Q. P. Meade, trustee, I will sell at
publie auction, in front of the Royal street en?
trance to the Market Building, in tbe citv of|
Alexandria. Va , on SATURDAY, May 28. 1887,
at 12 o'clock noon, the following property, to
wit: ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT ok PARCEL
OF LAND, fcituate in the city of Alexandria, Va.,
fronting on Washington street, between Prince's
and Queen street'', and extending through to St
A?aph street on tho east, and adjoining tho lot of
John Lanuon on the sDuth. and Mrs Chapman on
tho north, and known as tho MILLER HOUSE,
No. 77 Washington street. ?
Terms of Sale: Cash.
mh'2!' ts_K. KEMPER. Trustee.
GIRL's Ml'ADRICYCLE, a superior article, at
less thau wholesale price, at
dec23 a Mas I!. SLA YMAKER'S.
STRICTLY Pl'RE t-fROUND SPICES received
dccUJ_ .1. C. M1LBURN.
yyiUTE wash BRUSHES, Garden Rake-;
VV Hoes, Trowels, 4c..?a full stock now at
mb24 J. F. CARLIN & SONS'.
RINK MOXEY's NERVE FOOD
for salo bv
ap22 " J. D. II. LUST.
SUITINGS! SUITINGS!?Good, pretty and
cheap Suits made to order and lit guaranteed bv
mh2 I AMns H. SLAYMAKER.
|A gross rum ford's YEAST POWDER re
LU ceived to-day bv
mh22_J. C. MILBURN.
/ 1hoioe FLORIDA and MESSINA ORANGES
V ; for sale low by
feblD J. C. MI LB URN.
I.WNCY NEW VIRGINIA Ho.NEY, in Mb
1. packages, just received at
oct20_ _ lfcBUBNEY'S.
BOYS' EXTRA sized HEAVY RIBBED
hose, !? and 01?; 12V at
,10 vti AMOS B. sla YMAKER'S.
BEAUTIFUL BROCADED SILK MUFFLERS,
from 81.25 to $2.60; at
,lec21 AMDs p.. SLA YMAKER'S.
I71RENCH DoLLS, with movcable joints, bisque
F heads and kid bodies, from 25c to >1, at
dec21 amos B. SLAYMAKER'S.
["ELLIES, PRESERVES and FRUIT BUTTER
0 for salo bv
a,,6 . .1. C. MILBURN.
i full LINE of the 50-Ct. SLA YMAKER
i\ CORSETS at
Bep27 A. 11. SLAYMAKER'S.
Y '< XX CONFECTIONER'S POWDERED SU
_\ GAB. Tho best for fine Confections. Sold
by [mbii] geo. McBurney & son.
Fi: i :s h ITA LI A n m A CA R< ?n I, Break fast Horn ?
inv and New York Beans.just received.
0Ct20 <5EO. MclJURN EY & son. _
RHEUMATISM CURED BY DR. M ITCHELL'S
/ Celebrated Rheumatism Plaster, for salo by
?Ml W. F. CRE10HT0N & CO.
IjOME-made OVERALLS. Jumpers and
"3 Heavy Cheviot Shirts at
fcblO amos g. SLA YMAKER'S.
received to-day by
jauS W. A. JOHNSON &. CO.
ATM ORE'S MINCE MEAT and ENGLISH
nov24 11E0. MCBURNEY & SON.
ALL-WOOL KNIT GLOVES, with Saranac
front, for driving, at
?ovli) AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
AM now offering a SHIET made of Dwight
I Anchor brand Cotton at 50c: a perfect lit.
fcl.lo' t. AMOS B. SLA YMAKER.
Silk HANDKERCHIEFS, nice Xmas presents
for adults and children, from 10c to ?1. at
flec23 A MOS P.. Si. AYMAKER'S.
POTTED MEATS -Ham, Beef,Tongue,Turkoy,
Chicken, Duck and Game.
aaglO GEO. McBURNEY & SON.
1 A MAA SIX-OUNCE CAKES FINE TOILET
lU.UuU SOAP for sale at 5c each by
0Ct20 _ J. C. MILBURN.
OOD GUNPOWDER, OOLONG, JAPAN and
Extra Mixed Teas, for sale at 50c. per lb. by
j8?20 J. 0. MILBURN.
EXTRA CHOICE NEW orleans MOLASSES
and sUGaR leccived direct and for salo by
jan-, " _ J. C. MILBURN.
/on ill'-: FLO Kl da ORANGES and FANCY
L' MESSINA LEMONS just received by
mhl4_J. C. MILBI RN.
STRICTLY PURE CIDER VINEGAR, extra
strength, for pickling, for sale by
seP13 J. C. MILB?RN.
FINEST'IMPORTED SARDINES, with patent
openers, for sale by
auglO_GEO. M. BURNEY & SON._
FLOUR.?Superlative, Crystal, Triumph. New
South, Henroon and Tenney Flour for sale
low by [dec3]_J. C. MILBURN.
UPERIOR SUGAR-CURED HAMS, mild cure,
for salo by
dov23_J. C. MILBURN.
RIED PEACHES, APPLES,' PEARS, AND
Cherries, for salo by
jan20 _J. C. MILBURN.
5~BBLS CHOICE NEW YORK BEANS received
to day by
novS J. C. MILBURN.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has no rivals. 2
I contracted some- weeks ago a severe cold
with pain in my side and shoulder. I gave
your Salvatiou Oil a trial, and it relieved
me at once. Chas. 8. Gilbert.
MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL
New York, March -9?Tho stock market
was again strong at the opening, first prices show?
ing advance; over Ian evening's tiual quotations
of from u '-j [ er (???.?it. The trading was active
hut not so well distributed as yesterday, with a
comparatively moderate business. The general
list was inclined to heavincsss, and most stocks
j showed slight losses for the hour. At 11 o'clock
the market was activo and steady. Money easy
Eai.timobe, Mar. 29.?Virginia <>'s consolidated
? ; pest-due coupons 64*j ; new .'Is 05 ; 10-40.s
10 bid to-day. j
Alexandria Market. March 2!), 1SS7.?
There is a fair demand for Flour, with fall stocks
in first hands. Tho graiu markets are quiet and
without material change. Sound, swcot, well
cleaned lots of Wheat aro firm, but other grades
are still heavy, and while futures thow a barden
I ing tendency, thera is only a slight increase in
the volume of business recorded. Com, Eye and
Oats are steady. Owing to the rough, cold, un?
seasonable weather, receipt) of produce continue
very small and prices generally are higher.
Baltimore, March 29.?Cotton firm and high?
er; middling 10%. Flour steady and quiet.
Wiicat?Southern easier and quiet; red 90a93;
amber 92a94 : No 1 Maryland ??^af.'l; Western
easier and .(tiiet . No 2 winter red spot and March
89^?90; May 90%s9<%; Juno 90%a91%.
Corn?Southern firmer: white 461&a47; yellow
471&&48; Western easier and c'nil; mixed spot
?l-"Vi4-":u : March 45^8.45%; April 4G asked ;
May 46%a47%; steamer 45 bid. Oats quiet and
steady; Southern and Pennsylvania 34*38;
Western white 36a-38; do mixel 34*35. Bye
steady at 5Ga58. rrovis:nns steady and firm.
Coffee higher and firm; Eio cargoes ordinary to
fair l-l-V.al.j1^. Whiskey quietat SI 23al 24.
Other articles unchanged.
Chicago, March 2??11 a. m.?Wheat opened
at Bl^j for May, but no sale? wero noticed above
81 9-lti; the market fluctuated awhilo between
thc3o points and is now quoted at Sl1^. Corn
491-16. May Oats 2S 9 16. May Purk $2L
Mav I.ard $7 -17 V>
New York, March 2!?.?Cotton lirm ; uplands
lO^j: Orleans 1011-16; futures strong. Flour
quiet and unchanged. Wheat lower. Corn lower.
Purk tirm at $10 50 Old Mess Pork firm at
$15 25. Lard dull at $7 62^..
Baltimoke Hoei Market. March 23.?There
is a fair supply this week, and a fairly good de?
mand prevails in all the yards, but tho prices aro
off 'v as compared with last week. We quote at
7sSc por lb net, with most sales at Ee
ceipts this week 7228 head.
QEOBOvroWK Cattle Market. March 28.?
Beef Cattle sold to-day as follows: best ?Iaja5,-4c;
good 4a4^c; medium ?'!1^a4c, and common .'lali'y.
15 Cows and Calves sold at $20a50 per hoad.
Calves 51v,a(i,<>c per lb.
.11 iitivE m:ivs. ?
POKl' OF ALEXANDRIA, MARCH_2!i. 1SS7.
Sun rises.5 50 | Sun sets.0 20
Sehr H A Seward sailed from New York 25th
iustant for this port.
A PARTNER IN A NEW AND COMPLETE
doing a line business. Flour stands first class.
Lccited in ono of the best communities in Loa?
doun ronnty, Va. For particulars ad ross J. F.
DODD, Waterford, Ioodounco., Va. mh2 eolm
?IAAto C'O/ lA A MONTH can be made
glUU lu cjOUU working for us. Agents
preferred w ho can furnish their own horses and
give their whole time to the business. Spare mo?
ments may I e prtfitably employed also. A few
vac tm ies in towns and cities. B. F. JOHNSON &
CO,, 1013 Main sr., Ricbmond.Va. [mh2 d&twlm
5. . sta? ?. k r A < o . ,
Manufacturers and Bottlers of
SODA AND MINERAL WATEBS,
OINOI R ALE AND SARS A PA RILL A.
Wo have just put in operation apparatns of the
newest pattern for tho production and bottling of
carbonated drinki, which we arc now manufac?
turing of the very '^st quility, and which can be
had at sny of the saloons or grocery stores in the
city. We solicit a trial.
L. STAULER & CO.,
N. W. cor. King and Washington sts.,
mh24 Alexandria, Va.
Choice Borlmnt and Early Bose Potatoes
Just received and for sale by
mh26 1w_N. LINDSEY & CO.
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. [ocS] AMOS B. SLAYMAKER.
JOR CHILDREN AND INVALIDS.
DRY EXTRACT MALT ; 50c a bottle ; for salo
by [nov4] W. F. CREIGBTON & CO.
ALARGE assortment of Wagons, Tables, Desks,
Sleighs anil Willow Doll Carriages, from 50c
0d*e"e23 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
WH I T F. N I: W OR L E a N s s U O A R.
For sale onlv by
jaa28 " .1. C. MILBURN.
1TERRA COTTA 1,2. 3 and 4-gal. COVERED
. BUTTER JAES. A verv desirable article, at
fehl 5 E. J. MILLER, SON ,v. CO S.
Satisfaction TOBACCO received to-day di
rect from the factorv, and for sale low hy
?ys.) J. C. milburn-.
LD APPLE vinegar and WHITE WINE
vinegar, extra strength, for salo by
jy2 J. c. milburn.
GARDEN WHEEL BARROWS?We have strong
and substantial Wheelbarrows at a low price.
mh2I J F. CARLIN & SONS.
MALAGA GRAPES and CAPE COD CRAN?
BERRIES just received.
oct'20_ geo. McBurney ? son.
SOME very cheap and good BLANKETS, white
and colored, at
dec8_ AMOS P.. SLAYMAKER'S.
POTATO CHIPS, in half-pound boxes, received
nov2 * J. C. MILBURN
J& R. MORLEY'S DOUBLED SOLED SU
. por Stout Brocaded Half Hose, at
nov24_AMOS B. SLAYMAKEE;S._
TAA DOZES NANTICOKE TOMATOES, very
XUU fiue goods, just received by
_ nov23 J. C. MILBURN.
KITCHEN, CRYSTAL AND PEERLESS
Scouring Soaps, for sale by
au24 J. C. MILBURN.
SILK CLOCKED BLACK HALF HOSE, He*vy
and Fine, at
nov24 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
NEW CURRANTS and CRANBERRIES ju3t
oct20 J. C. MILBURN.
CHLORITE, an elegant preparation for chapped
hands and li;?3, for sale by
jau7 _J. D. H. LUNT.
GOOD WHITE and COLORED BLANKETS
very cheap at
nov24 AMOS B. SLAYMAKER'S.
' JJ LEASING ENTERTAINMENTS.
j The iir3t of a Serie; of entertainuieuts fur tin
I WOMAN'S AUXILIAEY wiil be given on TUES?
DAY EVENING, March 29tb, at LANNON'i
! OPERA HOUSE, and will consist of an interest
j ing and instructive collection of Stereoscopic
I Views of the city of Paris, Scenery in thcSwi-?
. Alps and Along the Rhine, concluding with views
i of Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The second entertainment will be an OLTJ
I FOLKb' CONGE T, a highly interesting and
' amusing revival of old hymns and tongs, rendeteJ
.in o d fashioned style by singors in costumes of
; "ye old, u times." 1 Iiis will he held at the Opera
j House on the evening of April 12th.
The third and last of the series.will consist of
Readings from popular authors and other attrac?
tions. This entertainment takes place at the
Opera House. aJso, on the ovening of April 26th.
Doors open at 7:30.
QPERA HOUSE, ONE NIGHT ONLY,
SATURDAY, APRIL 2.
SOCIETY'S PREFERENCE EVERY WHERE.
THE BIO GUNS OF MINSTRELSY.
MclVislL Joliiison k Slavic's
Under the personal management of
W. S. CLEVELAND, ESQ.
THE ONE SWELL TROI'PE OF THE WORLD.
Everything brand-now from first to finish. A
programme of splendid new inventions, including
McNISU'S "Silence and Fan."
JOHNSON 3_ Artistic Specialties.
SLAVIN'S Unique Eccentricities.
WM. HENRY RICE'S Funny Burlesque .
RAM/A <? ARNO, Europe's Funny Wonders
HILTON, the Serpentine Marvel.
C. FOX SAMUELS, Phenomenal Baritone.
BOET HAVERLY'S Refined Comicalities.
WILLIS PICKERT'S Wonderful Dancing.
MARTIN HOGAN, Great EBglish Teuer.
A Mighty Spectacular Firs! Part.
Tho Bravo Pioneer Clog.
The Colored Society Ball.
Great Combat with Battle Axes.
And the American-African-Japanese Rmle-uae.
THE LITTLE FLY COON.
Secure Seats ! Avoid crowds !
Prices, 75, 50, .;."> and 25c. mh2G 7t
QPERA HOUSE, TWO NIGHTS ONLY,
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. Mar. 30and 31.
Uncle Tom's Cabiu Company,
NEW AND CHARMING .MUSIC!
Dj not fail to hear the Songs and Hymns by the
J I 1! I J. E E SIX ?i i: se s .
Ad mi siou, 15, 25 and 35c.
A few e hoice reserved'seats at 50c.
R-.sj: ved seals ti Summers i Alb n's.
mb2 i 5t
rpw< i GENTLEMEN can bo accommodated with
a largo ai'y ROOM and BOARD at No. 10 N.
Washington street. Also TABLE BOARDERS
wanted. [mh!? 1m] Mrs. A. HURDLE.
FOR SALE BY
HEAVY WEIGHTS, FULL CANS.
For sale only by
QB WM, RAMSAY,
FOR SALE BY
C. WM. RAMSAY.
100 POUNDS FANCY
Clarke and Warren County
IX CAPS AT FIFTEEN' C'EXTS.
G. WM. RAMSAY.
UFFY'3 MALT WHISKY, $1 per bottle, at
COME AND SEE:
EVER orFERED ix ALEXANDRIA?
IN DRESS GOODS
ALL TOE NOVELTY STYLES OF THE SEASON7 IN
SMS, FAR 41 PLAID DEESS GOODS,
IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES. IN ROBE?, BEADED AND PLAIN.
A GEEAT VARIETY.
DESTEIL1 LACES, FOR OVERSKIRTS A?D PAWELS,
IN BRAIDS, BEADS AND LACES.
Extreme Spring and Summer Styles
Are all now ready, and we advise our friends arid customers to give us au early call before all too
choice goods are p oked up.
S MERCHANT TAILORING, j*
This department i ? complete in all its branches Eh Cloth-, Diagonals. Doeskins, Choviots, Serge?
and Corkserews, in line grades and styles, imported and domestic. We have a splendid Hue of Trim
miugs-to match each and every mit, and arc prepared to give full guarantee and satisfaction as to tit,
workmanship and style, having all facility in cutting aud uiakiug at short notice and at low prices -
KfOUR COUNTERS ARE FULL OF BARGAINS
_Comer King and Royal Streets.
J. B. TAOKBTT. E. C. MARSHALL.
WE HAVE OPENED
An elegant stock of Spring novelties, ami are fully equipped in all our
departments for the Spring trade.
IN WOOLEN FABRICS
there is an almost endless variety, but the strong tendencies are to?
wards Checks, Combinations and Camels* Hair. We have carefully
selected our Dress Goods this season, and uro offering an elegant as?
sortment of Plain Goods. Checks, Combinations, Stripes, Camels' Hair
and all novelties.
We call special attention to a choice line of Combinations at 30c pet
OUR BLACK GOODS
stock has been made more attractive by the addition of several new
lines. In SILK WARPS we have
Henrietta, Clairetta and Priocetta,
and in all-wool we have a splendid selection of plain, striped and fancy
in several grades, and all good values.
of novel and beautiful design. Our assortment of
is so varied and the designs so numerous and choice that it is impossible
to do justice in an advertisement.
it \ t i s t r. <; i x a n a n s a x i> < it i x u l e s .
In these goods we offer none but latest patterns and colors.' "We have
none of last season's stock on band. The same is true of our
\Ve always profit by experience and turn the teachings to account;
especially have we done this in our
\Te have taken care to crop out all that was crude, and now have no
workmen but upon whose ability we can depend.
Our Cutter is skilful and careful and personally supervises all work
in this department, and, as usual, our stock of SUITINGS and CASSI
MERES is second to none in this market.
we have manufactured expressly for our own trade. A large stock of
E. & \T. Collars and CufTs always on hand.
. J. E. TACKETT,
NOS. 107 AND 100 KING STREET, ALEXANDRIA, VAJ