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TO TMS LADIES.
• \ »fTELLECTUAL Development and Per X sonal Beautv% considered in connexion vritn Dr. FELIK QOURAUD’S POIIDRES SUB TILES The sculptor, whose sturiv is to imi tate the et<v»;>ite workmanship ot nature, pour nays in his model of toe human form a broad and elevated forehead. This develop ment is not only consonant with, but some times necessary to the jms session o! a high order of mental faculty. U a tine forehead is a mark of intellect, it is no lesi an essentia, element of personal beautv, and it is of im portance to those, an; there are many such possessed of this prominent feature though obscured by the encroachment* of* iooIujch rious growth of hair, to remove that portion of an excrescence which tends, in their case, only to deform. This can he done safely, speedy, effectual!y, and if used in accord ance with directions, without the least incon venience, by Dr. Felix Gouraud's Depilatory | Powders. Thefurz on the chin, when an noying, or the short hair oa the back of a lady’s neck, when too apparent—the hair of a mole, or;the beard, when high upon the cheek, may all be removed and eventually the roots destroyed bv the use of this preparation. Manufactured by Dr. Felix Gouraud, S7 Walker street, one door from Broadwav, N. Y., and for sale in this citv, by hU sole agent, Mr. A S. JORDAN, 2 Milk, 1st door from Washington street. -iCPS 1 per bottle. GOURAUD’S F.AU DE BEAUTE OR TRUE WATER OF BEAUTY, For removing freckles,tan,pimples, blotches, sores, burns, and all cutaneous eruptions, real izing delicate white hands, neck and arms, and eliciting a healthy juvenile appearance. $1 per bottle. * aOlIRAUIVS VEGETABLE ROUGE. Composed materially from floiversaud sim ples, imparts a delicate carnation tinge to the cheek, immovable bv perspiration or rubbing with a handkerc.hiei or a linen cloth. 50 cents per bottle. For sale bv CH AS. C. BERR\ . dec 2)—I v King street. S \R3\P ARILLA, VEGETABLE OR BLOOD PILLS. FOR pur if yin* the blood, removing bile, correcting all disorders of the stomach ant] bowels, costiveness, dyspepsia, swimming in the heaJ, ko Persons ol a full habit, who are subject to headache, Giddiness, drowai nesSy and si min* in the ears, arising from too great a How of blood to the head, should never be without them, as many dangerous symp toms will be'entirely carried 08 by their imme diate use. For Females, these Pills are most truly ex cellent; removing all obstructions, the distress ing headache so very prevalent with the sex; depression*>i spirits, dullness of sight, nervous artections,:blorches, pimples and *ailir.vnesa of the skin, and give a heal thy and juvenile bloom to the complexion. As a pleasant, safe, easy aperient, they unite th? recommendation of a mild opreation, with the most successful e8ect, and require no re straint of diet or confinement during their use. Bv regulating the dose according to the age and strength of the patient, thev become suitable for every case, in either sex. that can be required; and for elderly people thev will he tonnJ k> be the most comfortable medicos hitherto prepared. For sale by JOHN ft. PIER POINT/ Druggist, Agent for Seth S Mance, Corner of King and VVashington streets, ap 7 —1 > ____ UANDES COMPOUND SYRUP OF HORE MOUND. r>OR the Cure of Coughs. Colds, Consump V ii ,n. Bronchitis, Asthma. Spitting of 1 Blood, Pain and Oppression of the Breast, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Condi tion of the Lungs. Perhaps there is no Medical Observation better established, and none more geneial!/ confirmed bv the experience of the best phy siciansof ail ages in all countries, than trie Fact, that many of the most difficult and in curable Consumptions originate in neglected colds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the changes o' weather are frequently suiden and unexpected, it requires more care and attention to guard 3gain;t this dangerous enemy to hu man life, than most persons are able ami will; 112 t«> bestn v, 'The hills of mor tality exhibit the alarming and most melon* choly fact, that the number of deaths bv this disease are os five to one. inasmuch then as this fatal disease is increasing and spreading so widely an i fearfully,and bidding defiance ofien to the combined skill of the most emi nent phvsicisna, if is a gratification to the pro* prietor to he enabled to offer to all of con* sumptive habits, or those afflicted with dis tressing pains in the side or breast, or any affection of the breast or lungs, a reasonable and almost certainn prospect of relief. The virtues of Florehound for arresting tne progress of cough and consumption, have been universally known since the discovery of America. The Indians so celebrated for curing all diseases with herbs, used very ex tensively the Horehound, in all casesofColds, Coughs, It is to them that we are indebt ed for the knowledge we have of this valua ble remedy, and did we rise it as freely and promptly as those uncivilised beings, the list of deaths from consumption, would be com para lively small, to what it is is at present. “\n Indian never was known to die with Consumption,” because thev always take such remedies as arrest the disease in tjme; consequently b«ung free from diseas9s of the lungs, tlief are the heartiest race of persons in the w^rld. The Co npnund syrup o| Ilnrehound is a medicine suitable to persons of all ages and and if taken on the appearanceof the first symptom* which are a conzh^or pain in the hreast n ill in nine cases out ol ten, afford relief an I effect a speedy cure. For sale at the Drug Store »»/ JO! IX It. PI Hit POINT. Agent, corner Knag and Washington st*. apS —ly rpO heal Harsh, Rough, and Chapped Skin, i. and render it beaoiiluily sort, Dr. Fekx Gouraud’sEAIJ DR BEAUTE possesses pro properties ot surprising energv, in producing delicate ‘white neck, hands and arms, and protecting them from the solar heat. Its 'toothing and ameliorating properties immedi ately alh v the smarting irritation of the skin produced hy the sting of mosquitoes, nr other causes, ass nges inflammation, removes cuta neous eruptions, pimples, blotches,tan and red ness, by its dilating properties it stops the for mation ol wrinkles, and banishes them when present, and elicits a beauJr,»’ M,venile appear ance To he had no where e»,*. i New York but at f>7 Walker street, t door from the cor ner of Broad way. per bottle. CAUTION.—See that ‘Eaude Beatite, fab riflue par Dr Felix Oouratid, New York,’ is blown in the four sides of each bottle. Beware of spurious imitations of this cele brafevl cosmetic, of the most deleterious char acter, containing mineral astringents utterly ruin ms to the complexion, and by their re-j oellant action endangering health. OR. FRLIX GOURARD’S SUPERIOR VEGETABLE ROGUE is composed materi ally from flowers and simples, an article which, from its perfect assimilation with the skin, and its correctness and permanency of j tint, gives to the countenance a bloom iinpos- i sible, on th? closest inspection, to detect from j uature; ami is warranted free from any min m*I substance and immoveable bv perspira tion, or rubbing with a handkerchief. 50 cents i>*r bottle. Forsalebv CHAS. C. BERRY. dec 20—ty King street. NEVV CROP RAISINS. 7& BOXES and halves. New Crop Btincb I if Raisins of superior quality, landing] from schr I^odge, from New York, and for sale ' r WM. N. & J. H. McVEIGtI. | WORTH NOTICING. THE followm? teller fr««thQ Rev. J? W. Sawyer, of Shaftsbuly, Vermont, mcon Srmatiou ot the virtuesofDr. Jayne’s HairTo nic is from so good a source, and so strong a voucher for the article, that we give it to oir readers. It any of them are simi»ar.y afflicted, they will thank us lor the information, as none are disposed to consioer baldness an addition to personal beauty. Where a remedy isrea - \s irood. i*. should be universally known, while alfuuacKery should meet a prompt exposure. I 1 S. E. Post, Shaltsourv, Bennington Co. Vt. f A ng. 4th. ISIO, > Da* D. Jatne:—Dear Sir—Learning through the medium of the newspapers the elEcacy of your HAIR TONIC, and being ac quainted with some of those recommending it, town: Rev. O.C. Park, Rev. Dr. Babcock, and Rev. L. Fletcher, and When in New York Jast spring, I purchased two bottles, with a view to make the experiment. I have been quite bald for about four years, and obliged to wear a wig. Indeed, it is constitutional with my family to be bald in early life. I confess, I haa out little confidence in the attempt, ha ving been so bald, ana near 46 years of age, and that partot ray head destitute of hair exceedingly smooth. I however, commtziced agreeably to your directions, ana used one bottle faithfully, and with very litt.e effect but before I had used the second bottle, a vervfine fuzzy hair became perceptible, which continued to grow, and now having used the third bottle,l have had three cuttings perfor med, and the prospect is very flattering, that l sha l again be blessed with a fine head of hair ornamental ana useful. Iam extremely gratified with the prospect, and from observa tions made, many ot my friends, and acquain tances, who have herertofore regarded .the preparation as deceptive, and only a catch penny concern, are now we . satisfied that it is“Truth—No Fiction.1* J. W. LAWYER. Prepared only by Dr D. Jayne, No.20South Third Street, Philadelphia. Price $1. Messrs. Win. Stabler, and Co. are my a ientsin Alexandria for the sale of the above artic.e. D. JAYNE. sep!6—ly _ I RE daily effecting some of the most, as 4.1. touishiniz and wonderful (LITRES thatev sr have been known—in consequence ot which they have now become a shining mark against which all the arrows of disappointed hope, en vy and uncharitableness are levelled without distinction. The town and country are alike Kited with their praise. The palace and poor house alike echo with their virtues. In an climates,under all temperatures, they still re tain their wonderful powers, and exert them, unattended hy age or situation. They are simple in their preparation, mild in their action, thorough in their operation, and unrivalled in their results. PETERS’ VEGETABLE PILLS, Are Anti-Bilious, Anti-Dyspeptic and Anti Mercurial,and may justly beconsidered a Uyn rt.RSAi. Meuicink: hut they are peculiarly be neficial in the following complaints,—Yellow and Biiious Fevers, Fever and Ague, Dyspep sia,Croup. Liver Complaints, Riik Head-ache, Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy, Rheumatism, En .argement of the Spleen, Piles, Cholic, Female Obstructions,Heartburn, Furred Tongue, Nau sea, Distension of the Stomach and Bowels, Incipient Diarrhoea, Flatulence Habitual Cos tiveness, Loss of Appetite, Blotched or sailnty Complexion,and in all cases of Torpor of the Bowels, where a Cathartic or an Aperient^ needed. They are exceedingly mild in their operation,producing neither nauses, griping^ not debility. -CPForsale by all the Drug?ist3in Alex* andria, Washington,and Georgetown ju)y23—lv ___. TO THE BALD HEADED AND Ul'H&KS DOES any know a neighbor or a friend-who has been Bald, and whose head is now covered with fine hair? One whose coat col lar was covered with dandruff, though brush ed every hour—which ha3 now vanished en tirely? Or one whose hairs at early age were turning grey, who now has not a grey hair?— Children whose heads were covered with SCruf,—whose hair would not grow, that are now growing the fullest crops of hair? Some cases must he known to most persons. Ask them the cause, and you will be told, these thingshave been done by the use of the BALM OF COLUMBIA. Of 20 years growth is this article, its demand increasing annually some ! hundred uer cent.—though when discovered not opposed by any thing for the same purpose now assailed by almost numberiessmushroom trash preparations that will ruin the hair if us ed toany extent. Can more than these facts be wanted—reler to the recommendations by a list of name3 of respectability, unequalled by any other article. Look to these things— buy this article. Stay and preserve your hair by its use, or if bald restore it. Ladies, at tend to this—hundreds in fashionable lile are using it as the toilet. Long hair is very apt to fallout. Ladies, use the Balm of Columbia in time to save yourselves the disgrace of bald ness by neglect of your persons. It is your duty, as mora.ists to preserve the beauties of nature, with which a bountiful Creator has endowed you—use the Balm, for it will do it. CAUTION TO BE REMEMBERED. —Several most flagrant attempts have been made to counterfeit the true Balm of Colum bia. Some of the impostors have gone so far as to counterfeit the splendid wrappers, and the Falls ofNiagara, and every external mark except the name of Comstock, which they dare not forge. To avoid impositions therefore, always look for the name ofComsiock & Co. or L.S. Corn stock. and never buy the article unless it has that name upon »t. Sold Wholesale and Retail, only at No. 2 FJptphpr Qtrppt* V. From ihe Boston Chronicle, Jan. 10. We see by a*n advertisement in another column that Messrs. (Comstock and Co., the authorized Agents for Oldridge’s ba^of Co lumbia, have deputies to sell that article in Boston and elsewhere.—We know a lady of this city whose hair was so nearly pone as to expose entirely her phrenological rfevelp ments, which, considering that they betoken* ed a most amiab.e disposition, was not in real ity very unfortunate. Nevertheless she mourn ed the loss of locks that she had worn, and, after a vear’s fruitless resort to miscalled res toratives, purchased, some months ago, a bot tle or two of OldridgeVBalm, and she has now ringlets in rich profusion, glossy, and of raven hiacKness. We are not puffing—none of the commodity has been sent to us, and, indeed, : we do not want any, for though we were obliged to wear a wig a year ago, we have now, through its virtue, hair enough,and of a passable quality, of our own. Haring Fraud. The Baim of Columbia has been imitated by a notorious counterfeiter. Let it never be purchased or used unless it have thenameof L. S. COMSTOCK, orthe signa ture of COMSTOCK & Co. on a splendid wrapper. This is theonly external teat that nil secure the public from deception. Address COMSTOCK & CO. Wholesale Druggists, Naw-York 2 Fleichei ^treei. V7iO WIL.L. GO BALD? COLONEL SEAVEB, Postmaster ai Bata via, is knowingto the fact,.that Dr. Bingham, of Geanesaee county aged over 70, and for more than 17 years very bald, has had his hair f*llv restored by the use of one bott e of I the Ba I ni ofColurabia from COMSTOCK & CO. 1 For sa»e by J. L Sayrs, Wtn. Harper, * J, H. Monroe. Alexandria Jec 1—ij i i ■-- “— i WHITE LEAD. T1 EWIS’ White Lead, lor .ale low bv J oct3 WM. STABLER Si CO. i 1 BULBOUS ROOTS AND PCEONIES. Single and Double Tulips, early and late | Single Hyacinths, as sorted colors ; very fine double Hyacinths ditto; Crocus of all colours; Sweet scent ed white Poeonies; Double Red ditto; fine arge Purple Pocmes; -- AH for sale low at HENRY COOK’S Drugstore. BOOTS AND SHOES. THE subscribers would respectfully inforu their friends of Alexandria and its vici nity, thut they continue to keep'01* band at i their store, on King street, a good assortrnei. | of the following articles, viz: Men’s thick ' kip, calf, grain, bufl and morocco BOOTS; Boys’and youth’s do do do; Men’s, boy’s and youth’s SHOES, oj all kinds: likewise, ladies’, misses, and children’s, of all kinds, which will bo sold on the most reasonable terms, for cash, by the pair or dozen. f'^pLADIBS Morocco and Kid Slippers made of the best materials and workman ship for one dollar per pair, forca<h; but when charged, the usual price will be retained. Misses and Childrens’ do. in proportion, feb 10—ly BALLANGER & CLAFLIN. NOTICE. The Stcamhr.af CO LUMBIA, Captain J. Guy ___ ther, will leave Baltimore on Saturday evening 18th instant, f«»r tie Dis trict, and returning will leave Alexandria every Wednesday morning thereafter at 7 o’clock. fab 10—tf —-—--— ■ --— ■■ 1 ■ ACCOMMODATION—JOS. JOHNSON. - ^ The stockholders of the ^stcutner JOSEPH JOHN SON respectfully inform the public that she is now ‘‘sound and sea worthy,’’and can pass any inspection,howev ever scrutinizing, either in boiler, hull, or nthpru’itte. ami thev hone that all (ears mav now be dissipated as regards her safety, as she is in perfect and g«»ud order in every res pect, read v as usual to convey passengers and freight to and from Alexandria upon a9 ac commodating terms as any other boat The fol lowing hours are selected as the nnlv choice left, and will he adhered to until further no tire: Leave Washington at 8|, and 10J, A. M., and I and 3 P. M. Leave Alexandria at fl}, and IIJ, A. M., and 2 & 4 P. M. By order of the Committee, IGNATIUS ALLEN, nov 26 — tf Captain. CHANGE OF HOURS. M gp-m HIE STEAM-BOAT vS.--.—-F^viSPnENIX, from ami after this day thp hour^ ol depar ture of this Boat will he as follows, until fur ther notice:—viz : Leave Alexandria at S’, If*’. «*»rd ?> o'clock. Leave WaMiing'on at 9’> 11 ’ and 4 o’clock Leave Alexandria for Georgetown, at. 12. o'clock. Leave Georgetown at l o'clock no v 24 J A M ES G(J V. J r. Ca pt. SMOKED SALMON. A FURTHER supply on hand, and for saie by nov 2 KERR & McLEAN. COFFEE & SUGAR. 6)(\A BAGSLaguira and St. Pom. Coffee \~KJ* 21 bbto |p«r.o R,c» Sugar Just received pet Repeater, from Baltimore and tor sale by oct 26_POWELL & MARBURY DICKENS’ NEW WORK. A MERIC AN NOTES lor General Oirouia I\ (inn, bv Charles Dickens, Esq. For sale, price 16 cents, by nov 15 BELL & ENT W ISLE. PEARL POWDER. I ILLY white, Pearl Powder, and perfumed Chalk Balls; received and for sale ai HENRY COOK’S, nov 18 Drug Store. P. R.& N ORLEANS SUGAR. 1 f| HHDS oFthe above, part prime, in store J " Fand lor sale low by A. J. FLEMING, nov 12 ENGLISH MUSTARD. SUPERIOR English Mustard, just received and for sale at nov 12 HENRY COOK’S Drugstore. MOULD CANDLES BOXES best Philadelphia Mould Can Oil dies 100 boxes Sperm do For sale by A. C CAZENOVE&Co. ALSO, 20 Kegs of New York Butter. nov 14 j CUBA, MUSCOVADO SUGARS Si COFFEE. A Q HHDS. Cuba Muscovado Sugars l O 3o hags prime Green Rio Coffee, this dav receiving, and for sale by | nov 3 W N. & J. H. McVEIGH. LIVERPOOL SALT -Afloat. 7AA SACKS Blown ) Qu!t / \ FvF 5oo do Ground Alum > 1000 buRhels Ground Alum Salt in bulk On board the British ship Robert Watt—for sale by nov 7 LAMBERT & McKENZIE. I t OLIVE OIL. 8 BASKETS, superior qua lit y. Just received and for sale by KERR &, McLEAN. j nov. 9 COXE’S AMERICAN DISPENSATORY, AN octavo volume of 900 pages, edition of . aa. ... . i r <• ' _ . j,. .a • / J x Ioji, a iMHiii — iui .'•nit: ai ei.ov, uj ) oct 7BELL & ENTW18LE. REDFORD CROWN GLASS. PURCHASERS can he supplied at any time 1 with this superior class at Factory rates, bv application to nov 11 HUGH SMITH & Co. Agei.t3. WHITE WINE VINEGAR. A CASK just received and for sale by 1 nov. 9 KERR & McLEAN. BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. HULLED Buckwheat Fl« ur, in bbls. and small packages, to suit families. Just re j ceived, and for sale, VERY LOW bv \ nov 3 A. S. WILLIS. MAINE MERCER POTATOES. ;Or un BUSHELS of pime quality, on */v/ board schnr Phenix, at Centra! wbarl. Apply to the master on board, or to nov 5 WM. FOWLE & SON. BISHOP SEABURY’S SERMONS, IN two volumes, S vo., price 81,25; for sale by oct 7_BELL & ENTWISLE. FRINGE. ANOTHER supply of Silk Fringes, of a fine assortment, just received this day, at the Fancy and Variety store ot nov 9 CFJAS. C, BERRY* FRESH GUNPOWOER TEAS. pQ HALF chests fresh Ounrowdir Teas, 00 a large portion of which is of very su perior quality, suita hie for retailing—now land ing from $chr L* Sturgess, from New York* and for sale by nov 2 W. N & J. H. MCVEIGH. MATCHES, MATCHES. 6 GROCE of Golsh'a Friction Matches, just received at the Fancy and Variety Store of [nov 9] CHAS. C. BERRY. DR. TAYLOR’S BALSAM OF LIVER w or r. From 375, Bowery, New York. FOR the etve of Coughs, Colds, pain in the Side and Breast, nHiftfl ol Blood, and all those Affections of the Throat Lung*, and Liver— which una.rres.ted, terminate in Con sumption. That :t wM effect a cure in all ca sea, and inany stage of disease is not prelud ed, (or this is true of no medicine ever yet dis covered. But that it will in most cases where Conaumt tiou is not yet deeply seated,.there is good reason to expect. Hundreds have used it with success, and confidently believe it has saved them from a premature grave. The Physician who originated it, was well verRed with the science of Medicine, and a skillful practitioner, and with the Medical Faculty ge* nerally it ha* met with more than ordinary approbation. Certificates and testimonials will aceompa ny each bottle. Beware of the counterfeit. The genuine for sale by Henry Cook, Alexan dria.D. C.; J. P. McKean, Washington; G. M. Sothoron, Georgetown; H. B. Coleman & Co., Baltimore, Md ; Victor Thomson, Hagers town; G I. Fisher, Frederick; Charles H. Clark, Winchester, Va ;J. P. Brown, Charles town; J. L. Hamilton, Leesburg; Rossu & Jones, Petersburg; C Hall, Norfolk; and by Snell & Gill, Richmond. nnv 15—d5m SUPREME REMEDY. DOCTOR P. SYNG PHYSIC’S, CELEBRA TED PECTORAL COUGH SYRUP. THOSE suffering with Coughs. Pains in the Breast, difficulty of Breathh g,Spitting of Blood, and all affections tending to Consump tion, who have more confidence in a prepara ion made from the recipe ofone of the most dis tinguised Physicians in the United States,than the quack nostrums now so a honnant, are re commended to try Professor Philip Syng Phys UPs Celebrated Perioral Cough Svrup, which being composed entirely of vegetable ingredi cuts, and free from all injurious narcotics, the relief afforded is permanent It can alsu with safety be administered to the youngest infant. A trial will convince the most sceptical of ns great superiority over ev ery other prepartion. Prepared only by J W & R. W. DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists, Baltimore. Fice 50 cts per bottle, sold by JOHN I. SAYRS, Agent, nov 5—6»n for Alexandria. ‘•THE METROPOLIS.” A R. JENKINS, (late o| the National Reading Room) would respectfully m form the Citizens of the District and Strangers visiting the same, that he will, on 'Tuesday, the 15th ittsl, open for their accommodation the above House, on Pennsylvania Avenue, two doors east ol’the American Hotel, where he is prepared to serve up every kind of Dish, arid ol the most superior quality, that the mar keis can produce; such as Wild hotel of every description, Oysters, Fish, Turtle Soupy Beef steaks, Mutton Chops, Veal Cutlets, SfC He would also inlorin them that his Bar D provided with the most choice Liquors that can be proceed in this or any other market He has a very commodious House, with Rooms sufficientv large t » accommodate par ties of gen tie n en (of an v number) with Din ners or Suppers, as they may choose. There will he kept at aii limes fries of the most important Newspapers of the North, South, East and West N. B.—He would mention that he ha * pro vided for his establishment a sufficient nwm her of the best Servants to attend to the busi ness of the House, and also a very superior and experienced Cook. From strict personal attention to business, he solicits a share ol toe patronage of the Public. A R JENKINS. Washington, Nov 15—3tdif&wsvv__ HAY FOR SALE. fpiJE subscriber has a few tons of good X Hay for sale, a large portion of it Timothy; which will be delivered in quantities ._•. . _ TAL1V If VICUCOV Ill Still pul Ull'lori ». nov 30—eo3t* _ BUTTER, ke. 5 “ ‘double racked’ Newark Ci der,— Mjst received per Schr Alexandria, from New York. Families desiring any of *he above articles, would do well to give the subscriber call. He would also call iheir attention 10 his stork ofGROCERlES in general, which having been laid in with much care, he flatters himself he can please those who are careful. Call at ihe corner of Prince and Fairfax streets, oppo site Green’s Factory THOMAS BURNS, dec 2—eo3t*. HATS, CAPS AND FURS. JOHN T. EVANS, respectfully informs his customers of the town and country, that he has ju3i received the largest assortment of HATS and CAPS ever offered for sale in this market, and, at the most reduced prices, wholesale and retail, such as Men and Boys’ Cloth Caps do do do do Fur trimmed do do Silk and Cotton velvet do do do SealetteCaps Inlan’.s’Silk Velvet do Fine Otter and Seal do Men and Bovs’good Fur Cans for 81; also a large assortment of Hats, such asCa^simere Russia, Moleskin, short nap Beaver:very good Russia and Silk Hats for $2; good Fur Hals for $1,25. , w «• Also, a large assortment of Ladies Mutts and Swans-down. Fur-skins for Ladies’ end , Gentlemens Cloaks. 1 will sell the above goods, for less than they can be had in the District for cash. Call and see All those that have accounts or long stand ing are respectfully requested to call and set tle them, or they will be put in the hands of an officer. I am in hopes T will not be paid ori by anv more Bankrupt Nonces J „ tah^i T UUAH’C oci zo—eoani ENOCH GRIMES, Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet iron Ware, Wholesale and Retail, East side of Fairfax and second door South of King street, Alexandria, D. C. All orders in his line will be thankfully receiv ed, completed when promised, and executed in the best workmanlike manner. Guttering and Roofing in tin, zinc, or cop per done in the most durable style* aug 3 ly BOOTS AND SHOES. HENRY L. SIMPSON, Royal Street, one door north of King Street, would mo8* respectfully inform his trienos and the public, that he has on hand, and will continue to man ufacture, the fo Wo wing seasonable articles, GeniTencen’sCalfSkin Boots (peo’d & seized.) do Kipp “ “t do Buff " “ do Grain “ “ i Double Soled Union and Monroe'i|ShOM , Boy’s and youth’s Boots and Shoes Ladies Shoes in all their varieties Misses and children “ ** r I Men’s thick Bools and Shoes—prune lor , farm hands ? KippJ3rogan« (boys and men s) All of which, he will be pleased to furnish his patrons with, on the lowest possible terms -wholesale and reiaih N. B. Work made lojcider with aiJipossiblc despatch. oet 6—d3m_ CANDLES AND STARCH. a BOXES extra quality Sperm Candle* j iU 10 do Jackson’s mould do | 10 do dipped do 5 boxes Colgate’s Starch, just received and for sale by dec 3 A, J. FLEMING. CONSUMPTION OF THE LUNGS ! Liver Complaints, Asthma,Bronchitia,PaiKjS or weakness of the breast, Chronic coughs, difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, and all affections of the Pulmonary Or gans. NO CtUACKERY!!. NO DECEPTION!!! In selling forth the virtues of this truly val uable medicine, we have no desire to deceive the afflicted, nor do we w sh to eulogize it more than it justly deserve, yet when w* look around us and see the vast amount ol suffering occasitmeu by the various diseases in which it has proved so i re-eminentlv suc cessful, we feel that wecanno1 say too rnueh in its favor. Various remedies, it is true, have been offered and pulled into notice from time to time, for diseases of the Lungs, and some have undoubtedly been found very useful, hut of all that has been yet discovered, it is uni versally acknowlefged !hat none has ever proved as successlul as this. The medicinal virtues nl ihe Wild Cherry Bark have long been known and highly extolled in many dis eases, by some of the most hmment physici a ns, but in this preparation its powers are ,freafly increased, autl 06 auperinrity af once made manifest. Besides possessing all tfie virtues of the Wild Cherry Bark, in a nighlv concentrated form, it also contains an ex tract of Tar, both of these being prepared hv a new chemical process, hv which their me dicinal properties are scientifically combined and associated together, v\ oh such other me dicinal substances, as to render it far superior to any form in which it tins ever been em ployed. The universal celebrity which this medi j cine is rapidly gaming in everv section ot the country, and the m n\ n-'rising cures it has | effectr-d.h^s indeed e>t;, * i^hed u* elfirarv bn. i yond ali doubt, and r !e • 1 ’• prove* ir.a» “Pirn sumption” i ay and ran bp cured, even in some ot it • n»o*i di>irt^'M g forms We are not, however, *kennral en-ugh to suppose that lti!s or aii\ n’her re-nerN n capable of curing every ca-e. and ad stages of the disease: on the contrary. i\e are well aware that there are many r;t*e* rvopd ’he power of medicine to cure Vet u him there is life there is hope, and Irom practical experience in the efficacy ot this Hied •*. *e ran *afelv sav there are few cases in -..inch it will not alleviate thesiif fering, and mm r du g life for years. Such indeed are th* i-oniNliuig healing and resto ra11ve projipr'ie* u| hi* IJalsarri, that even iri the »iorst form • of ‘d’nn* rnpiion,'’ when 'fie patient ha* suflered v ’ he most distressing rough, violent .ain- u b. rfie*t, •nfTiciiltv ot breathing, nigbt • r eeding of liie lung*, . • i mi w lieu ?tb u. , teemed reme“iP* •»* our Phann • v' t*» aHor.i any re bel n : - !,rr remedies find been u t . * in vain, tins in va Ini’>!<*;-.i^d v . * productive of the * ri»«'S? a<«o. :ebt »»i the eariv stages of J ihf «ii*essr, procetMim. ' iti neglected colds, termed »arrii;*l dmiMui p'lon. it has been used with undeviating sti. ces*. an I in manv instacnes when th’« disease seemed to have marked its victim for an » arlv grove, the use of this medicine has a nested every svmtom, and restored the lungs to a state of perfect he** 11 h. In that form of Consumption, so prevalent among*! dehoate young females, commrnlv termed debility, or “going into 3 decline.’’ a complaint with which thousand* are lingering, it ms also heeo u*ed with surprising success, ano* not only possesses : e power of checking ■ . . I _. Ki.l tt.n I Dr progress l':' .i'll ipi'iJ nncfl’i, ui n same onie streog’he i* >nd invigorates thr whoie system more *-flee»uaiiy than anv reme dy we have ever possessed. As a remedv in Liv^r cmnlainfs, Asthma, Bronchitis. &.c especially when attended with 9 cough, hoarseness, <or» ness of the throat n* I oppressed hreathi g. ;t * as heen used «« ith equal success, an 1 cored manv casn^ *t vh•»rs | standing, after everv * gelse had failed __ n common coughs ;< » Ids croun in children which prevail s** i*\ * P'ivply throughout rne j winter, it wri he louu.i much mote eftec.tual than anv remedy in u<*, and when colds set tle upon ihe Iung-.calls', can inflammation \vi»h pa ins in the hre»sf. difficulty or shortness nf breaming, &c., itie use ot this Balsam will suppress the symptoms immediately, and at the same time prevent the lungs Irom becom ing more seriously diseased. Such in facr is the nature and simplicity of this medicine, so powerful in 3Ctjnn, yet so mi|d, safe and pleasant in its operation, that it might he justly termed “Nature’s own pre scription,” and although but two vears have elapsed since it vrs first made public, we can proudly *av't has acquired a celebrity unpre cedented by any medicine in use, and is evi !deni 1 v destined to become the most popular and valuable medicine ever discovered.— | For particulars see Dr. Wistar’s “Family I Medical Guide,” a treat *e on Pulmonary dis eases, which may he had gratia of any of the Agents, CAUTION.—As several attempts have been made to prejudice the public against this med icine, by an obscure illiterate quack, calling himself Dr Svvavne (*h£ proprietor of a nos trum called Swavne’s >vrupof Wild Cherry,) who has asserted that Dr. Wisfar is not the t inventor, and otherwise resorted to the most palpable and malicious falsehoods, it ss neces sary to put the public on iheir guard, and re quest purchasers lo he very particular to ask. for “DR. WJSTAR’S BALSAM OF WILD I CHF.RRY,” and observe these words blown | in the glass of each bottle, and the signature of Henry Wistar, VI. D.. on the label, without 1 which none is genuine. It is also enveloped - , * . • . i in an engraver wrappcr. representing; h |u«m lee tinder ihe Wild Cherry Tree, and a pam phlet descriptive of the diseases, with full Hi rectioiis Inr using, rnpv rights of the same be ing secured according to law. In or der to protect the puhlic Irorn imposition, we will also give a reward ol Five Hundred Dollars, for the convict on of any person or persons detected in counterfeiting the genuine medicine. I i.JP’Re member, there is a medicine adver tised called the “ Svnip of Wild Cherry,’’ which is entirely different from the BaUam, and has no connection with it whatever. The genuine Balsam is prepared for the I proprietor, and sold at wholesale by WIL- I LIAMS & Co., Chemists, No. 21 Minor Street, j Philadelphia, to whom all orders must he di- ( reeled, (post paid ) Sold also f»y Druggists . and appointed Agents in ail the principal [Towns in the United States. Retail price, §1 00 a Bottle. Otv" A liberal discount to the" trade. N. B Druggists and dealers in medicines will find thisa very valuable and profitable ad dition to their stock,and should always have it [on hand. An Ageucv may also he obtained by a responsible person in any Town vhere « none exists, by addressing as above, post- I paid. For sale bv J. R. PIRRPOINT, Druggist, Sole Agent for Alexandria. sept 30—i v SUGAR COFFEE &c. (5) J HHDS P. R. fc N. Q. Sugar 1 30 bags Rio Coffee 20 “ St. Domingo do i 20 half chests Gunpowder Tea 1 11 44 So.chong 14 (very fine) 5 hbds. N. O Mo.asses I 17 realms ruled ant plain letter paper 23 “ wraping paper, this morning f landing ftBarque Genera* Harrrison from New Yoik and for sale by I auf 9 WM. BAYNE. DR. KUHL’tS RESTORER OF THE BLOOD, FOR CHRONIC AND OTHER DISEASES. |cy»A fresh supply of Dr Kohl’s celebrated Medicines, just received, snd for sale st HENRY COOK’S oct 6 Drug Store. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TRUTHS!! AS the season is advancing when Summer Bowel Comptant prevails—the Subscriber offers his Cholera Infantum Syrup, as a sure remedy for the prevention and cure of the Summer Bowel Complaint in children or oth ers. This medicine cures hy its Tonic and Antiseptic powers, and the patient’s strength increases with its use. Of theadaptationofthis remedy to this disease the experiei *e of the ast five years has abundant)? proven on sal* c?r#> hy WM. LANPHIF.R, Surg.Dent. q 16—dtl ALSO. Superior Seidlitz Powders, 3 boxes tor *l. Lee’s An*iniliou* Pills 25 cts. oer Box. GOOD RULED FOOLSCAP PAPER, T^IGHT QUIRES for one dollar cash, may J he had nf BELL & ENT W ISLE. Who have alwsvs nn hand OntsidePafer half price, suitable tor makir g Bills, nov 11 VANILLA BFANS. PRESH Vanilla Beans just received and for K9Ip at HENRY COOK*8 nnv |2 Drugstore. GERMAN SLATES. F pond quality • stout frames, 9 hy 13 in ches, for sale, price 12* cts each, or $1, 121 per dozen, bv nov HBELL &. ENTWISLE. VFRCFR POTATOES. BUHELS prime Mercer Potatoes M r cargo of Sehr. Ru, Grand, from r. I__ «_I __ _ I_I _ . r\_• »_ •_ r enmiNcm n|’|’lv 'o» di wimri or to LAMBERT & McKENZIE. nov 9 SlU IV A Vs PATENT INKSTANDS, * VERY neat article for Schools, for sale* * price 12* cents each, hy nov 10 BELL & ENTWISLE. ASTRAL LAMPS. T UST received, a few ASTRAL LAMPS, • I on a new principle,—makes a brilliant light, and wll hurn summer strained oil in cold weather Also a few pair Girandoles. MOV 7 HUGH SMITH & CO. BP ITT A NNf A WARE, jf UST received from St. Louis, via Pitta— hieg. a handsome assortment of Brittan »na «» are, w hich will he sold low, vig ; Tea ^t* of extra weight and good quality, iMiwHin^ of I Coffeepot, 2 Teapot*, | Sugar, I Cream and 1 Slop, for the low price of 19. Coffeepot*, and Teapots of varuing patterns and prices Creams, covered and uncovered. Sand and Wafe* Roves T ami*s of various patterns and stff8, some extfF. I.'iff.v f<*r Taverns <’a«»or frame* from ^I »n * f.5U ner set The ptthlic are invited tocall and examo'e ihf<e specimens of *he manufacture* of »be • Ear West ” RORRRt H MILLER. II mo IC TOOTH BRUSHES \ FRE^H sitpplr of Tooth Rrushc*. and : 1 Dress Combs, pi** received and *• * sale a f HENRY tWK nov IS Dmg *•»«• I'HkPQr VHPkCPPI RTTT'f’H 1 F 7* 1 Cheese nl W ... 12 hnlY'Jn l v" 1 3"'1 1 ‘?o firkins^ • fier. N<> t, mst j> r? sr i+'r *sr/ r • c’ c l liza, fr«*m N. Y«*rk am! ‘nr ^sile hv POWEL.I & M A RRPRY, net *2^ ropppr* * r (^y pr R \0S • Id 0**v#»r» fpcr » J**va I’oflff ^ c) *20 hnxpjj *»• 1 r'a*.nl*» ^oap 50 hush. Ti•? •»»h*^eed 2UhaH* l»hi% Buckwheat Flour Nutmegs, Mace, and Fig Blue,—received per srhr L. L Sturjess, fro n New York, and for sale by n«<v 12 POWELL & MARBURY MARK LEVY'S SOFTOOL PEN. rS represented as a superior article, and ma v be had, at the loiv price of *25 cent a per dozen, of BELL & RNTWISLE. nov 10 PEARSON ON THE FREED, AND Burnet on the Articles—new and beautiful American editions, each in one large royal octavo volume, for sale at the low price of fc-2 each, hv jiov 19 BELL & RNTWISLE. . WINTER SPERM OIL. 0 P^/)fl GALLONS Bleached ) 'I r and U hleached Sperm >0IL. 6000 gallons Winter Elephant } 100 boxes Sperm Fandles Received perschrHopefc Susan, from Nan tucket for sale hv nov |0 LAMBERT & McKENZIE. THE MAID OF THE DOE \ F AY of the Revolution, hv an United i \ States Man, just puh'iRhed and for sale, price *1, by BELL Ik ENTW ISLE. n°v 7 SPF.R OIF. AND FANDLFS. 4 1 I Ij I GALLONS Superior Winter 1 I I II I ^i nn,< t?«u n.i I | T » ni|M ” nilM I I no boxes ('a t>dle«, f»r «.• le by ort26 WM Ffm’LF » SON SALMON HALIFAX Salmon, a .interior arncle;— Just received by A. S. WILLIS. | net 27 Fairfax street. TAR AND VARNISH Irrfl BARRELS Tar JLH I 10 do Bright Varnish, just receiv ed and for sale by G. 1. THOMAS, oct 24 ___ NAILS. *-y CASKS of Cut Nails, Brads and / 1 I * Spikes, a full assortment for sale by oct 22 A. C CAZLNOVE & Co TIMOTHY SEED rf\ BUSHELS clean and heavy •‘upcoun * try1’ Timothv Seed, just received and for sale by [nov9] KERR & McLEAN. SPERM OIL XX7 INTER Strained Sperm Oil, (bleached) \\ lor *ale at HENRY COOK’S oct 28 Drug Store. TOBACCO. 5 BOXES Honev Dew small lump 12s, just received and for sale low by nov-2 UHiyi ^ COWPER’S POETICA^ WORKS . _ Oo^ nfr 9 new 9 nd handsome editin'", I bound u?^nev cjo*h, --able lor a build., nr.«.m iust pub'ished and loraale n» ,P no " 19 BELL * ENTWISLE. ~™ WINDOW GLASS. , WINDOWiGlass Irom 8*10 to l2*,8« ■» P“''I i» “>'"SfRf COOK’S. no«;s I