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VOL. XLVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, IS4G. NO. 245.
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I lit 'SINKSS CARDS, ,YK’, i.ARS. TICKETS, ij\\1>KII.I.S, I BLAN Kis, See. &c. A \RR WI'S, i evert of.si bivtiov, as reasonable teems as at any prntii*? office South of the Potomac. M \n, ARRA.\CKMKXTS. ~ t.\,-vn Mail closes at half past 9 o’-| , .] p \] ; jr,d is ready for delivery at 111; o’ C - \,y'„ Mai! closes at 8J A. M.;andar _ , ,.s jh> >i;t 4, l*. M. \v M ol cltwes Mondays, Wednes- j i , .i rciduvs at :* P. M.; arrives Wetincs- j Sundays, bv a l‘.M. i >v • . . j .Mai! clones Mondays \N vdw* ay^, | ., f l’ k» ) \\ M.: arrives Sundays, Wed- j vs, by 8 P.M. p,i;,„„.th M ul. riu Occoquan, &c. closes To- T‘: ir-lavs. and Saturdays, at !> A. M.; j arrives "Mon :ay-, Wednesdays, and Fridays by Nm there Neck. Va., Mail, closes on Tuesdays j and Frid:iv<.at 8’ A. M. ... , .... Va \ Mail closes on Mondays, vv ed ne> ' iv. iii! Fridays, at 2* I*. M.; arrives Sun-; \v, inc.da'A. and Fridays with the North- j era Mad. .. . I v,rlboro* i Md.) Mail closes Sundays,, T : 11 Thursdays, at >i P. M.; arrives. iv:'ii ba* .\":tkerii mail. ' Vi.tti:.ih; iu hid.) Mail closes at i.j, l. : Md.) M .11 clow ' at -3). F- M. , 1.1.x\NUKI.V ASI.W ASHIXUTON BO XT j The steamboat JO^F.i u j JOHNSON, bavin* r^um eti ber route, the hours ol departure will be as lollows. l^ive XlexandriaatS, 10, 12, 2, and 4 o nock, leave Washington at 9, 11, 1, 3, and 5 o'clock. octlO-lw WM. H. NOWELL, Capt. ——I FOR BALTIMORE — The steamer OSCEOLA! iV-iO leave Washington for j theaS >Ye i,lac*‘ cv\r> ^“2* dJsat 7 o'clock, and Alexandria at halt past 7. j K’‘turning, leroc liailiuiore every l uonay .u 4 i o'clock l*. M. Sl»e will stop, going and returnii g, F>r freight 1 passengctN at Leoiiardtown, (.Maryland,) :c river, ( Virginia > and at all intermediate balings on the 1‘otomae. 0Ct 2 3 XMKS MITCHELL, Capt. FOR NORFOLK.— The steamer OSCEOLA pvill leave Washington for ,thc above place every Ttvtrsdn\ at 9 o’clock X. M. Returning, will mih Norfolk every Friday at 4 o'clock l’. M. Linage and fare f ive Dollars. S:i« will stop, going and returning at Cone lovei. Virginia) and ail usual landings on the • 'utoll tie. ort 2 J\MK> MITCHELL. Capt. f O R I» \ 1. I ! ' )OR r. — The Steamer Columbia, ^t’apt. Jan e> «iuytlu r. will ■^SCT^A>;«Tjg^y^e<niithctir-e her regulai trip4; •> r.altmiui'e on Wedne^i! »y next, leaving Alex* ? 'hia tl 7 ii’clnrk, X. XU., and Eailimore every :»tuul»v t o’eloek, T. XI. Freight will be taken w, *iid i <» wharfage charged on Goods in Ralti ui ir ri.Miigei>a!id height taken for all tho 1 < i|n bindings on Mu- Potomac. XV ay height, m'; t always ho p ud w hen -hipped. f or further h'li.iation, erMjiurc of B. WHEAT, hh 13 — tf Agent for i.mndon.—rn« ship /<>//. vj * ,dMICSl/./LI., Murphy, master, is now | ; nhi;and can lake any light freight that may i ' -c* Xpjdy to ‘ Id U M. FOWLE & SON’S. For Norfolk, CITY POINT, <u,: XND R|( IIMOND— Sehr I'E.M\M7. R. Nasi*, master, will have despatch.— hi :ght or passage .»}*pl\ ti» tbe copt. on board or*‘» (oct I0| JXS. GREEN. H)R HALIFAX--The new Hnti«h .^i^bng JDhll.lJ Jh\W\ Capt. Shiw, will '■"! m ah the c>:nmg week, and will take 3U0 bhls. 'lcl?ht. Apply to ocCJ ' \VM. FOWLE & SONS. 1)1. MS I KK.—IU)0 tons plaister, cargo ol brig ^ Vanguard, from W indsor, tor sale bv la wBiuiT &, McKenzie, ^VUnotW f« r freight, the Hr. Kng F./A I •IR!)y F (Aird, master, fairies *2()ijt) g and will be ready lor cargo in a lew da%s. '• )ny as above. oct S subscriber has taken the large and cdiii mo lions V\ jiebousc, at the loot of t^uecn h troi ting the river, recently occupied by 11 iLungerfield, Ksq., for tlie purpose of doing a CiOLUIStlOX >LYI) PRODUCE ! $LVt.SS. lie oilers the usual facilities, and v,i • g;ve prompt attention to all business eti lr,1>led to his care. ^>•21 F1TZHFGII WARD. I 1H IN A~A N iTfaIITH EN W A RK^TWGII! ^ SMITHS' CO. have received per ships Gen. Washington and John .Marshall, direct fioin Liv V . 1' crates and hogsheads CliLWl %./A7) *'Oii UCXH\tR!ly being the principal part ol ‘ f:ir F..1I smppU, and which, with the previous c‘* on hand, enables them to oiler a full and -cte stock of goods in their line, of the la 'l.vLs, vlud the best quality. *V :!g Sets, various patterns and qualities *ej Sets do do do * onet Sets do do do a>tors, best English plated and Brittania •nttania lea Sets, superior quality •it i.aces, iron ea>ed and plain a;iur, Shop, &.c. JSolar Lamps »itandoles, latest patterns gg i'h and German Pipes in boxes lain, l rested, and Cut Glassware tndow Glass of every size ^tone Wai t of the best quality hua China, either in sets or separately , viuchare oflered, wholesale or retail, at ‘I* Wl rules. s#p 45 na FOR RENT—Two comfortable tene I nieiits, one a Rrick on King street, ad I joining the residence of Mrs. Cowman: the other a Frame, opposite the residence of Mr. Edward Smyth. To good tenants, with small families, the rent will be moderate. Apply to sep 2:5—tf # Me■VEICJ1I Sc PRO. FOR KEN I'.—Two comfortable two JRJ. story brick DWELL I\ (J HOUSES, or. \ifred street. To good tenants the rent will he very reasonable. Possession given 1>t August. \Uo, a good Farm for sale near Alexandria. jy30 eotf SAMUEL LUNT. FOR RENT—’The three-storv Brick Dwelling House and Store room adjoining Win. Stabler St Rro.’s Drug Store, at present occupied by Signor Garcia. Possession given on the lGth of next month. 1st mo 17—tf R. tl. Mi LEER. FOR SALE—Will be sold, at much less i*L'L.than cost, those two three-story Brick i Dwellings on King street, one of which is now occupied bv Mr. .1 M. Johnson, and the other recently bv Mrs. Moore. For terms apply to oet 28-tf 15. W 11E VP Sc >N S. .. ___ __ FOR RUNT.—Will be rented, at a fair ^Jsii or moderate rent the three story Rink Ten ement, recently occupied by Mrs. Moore, located on King street, and considered one of th*j most cligibte and healthy situations in the town, oct 28—2tf B. WHEAT & SONS. FOR RENT.—The three story brick .iSlSL Warehouse, at the corner of Prince and Union st>., recently occupied by Mr. R. Crupper now hy Messrs. McVeigh $c Brother. The rent will he moderate and possession given on the 1st of August next. my 9 WM. FOWLE & SONS, vJL FOR RENT. —One or more good ware houses, with or without wharf privileges, which are spacious and depth of water sufficient to accommodate ships of the largest class. Any reasonable alterations will be made, if desired, to suit the business of a good tenant. For terms apply to [jan2—tf] JAMES GREEN. ,5rdL FOR RENT.—The BRICK IvjRE jji£ HOUSE on Columbus, between King and Painee streets, has been recently occupied by Mr. W. I. Comptom, for the storing of Flour, and takes about 2000 barrels on the lower ffoor. It will be let at a moderate rent,either by the month or year, and immediate possession given. oct 1! WM. FOWLE & SONS. FOR RENT—The two story Brick JuL Dwelling House, north <»:de of King, be tween Alfred and Patrick Ms., lately occupied by Mr. Perry, with a Brick Stable and Carriage Mouse on the all-y. and a cistern in the yard. It is situ-ted in the healthiest part of the town, and neighborhood of its be>t water. Possession may be had immediately—apply to nov G—tf A. C. CAZENOVEk CO. FOR SALE—The very desirable two Jjj&storv brick DWELLING on the south side of King, between Columbus and Alfred streets, formerly occupied by Doct. Lee, also the property lately occupied by Mrs. Newton Keene;on Pendleton between Washington and Columbus streets. The above property will be rented on reasonable terms until sold. For terms _1 .. 4 ^ oct5-co3m* L. 15. TAYLOR. « „ RKAUTIFUL RES IDENCH FOR 5‘^Sf S \LK.— The late residence of Mr. John i ^Si2L,AHi.ficId, on Prince street. The house i K brick, built of the best materials, handsomely finished, and well arranged for comfort and con- j venienee; contains fifteen rooms, most of them ! large and airy, and has a wide hail through the centre; out houses of brick, also, covered with metal, consisting m one range of wood and wash houses; cistern above ground; two bathing and two dressing rooms. On the opposite wing a file Green-House, and in the rear, a brick two story double house for servants. The dower gardens extend from Patrick to Henry street.— t he vegetable garden is large and productive. It is considered by many the handsomest and | most desirable residence in the District. It will he ^old low, and on accommodating j terms, on appl cation to W M. D. NU I I’, j win. has FOR RENT, a good DWELLING; ili/ldrSK, with a cistern m the yard, opposite the above, on Henry street. sep 28—cott lit LNNETS! HON NETS!!—JuM j received this day from New \ork, the ; largest and nuM elegant assoitment ol RoNNETS, KIRRoNS wn FLOW ERS, ever offered for sale in this nor of the most approved pattern* and shape. The Ladies are respectfully invited to call and examine. JOHN T. EV ANS, ap JO A .MU EL OAKIJSI, I*n:ttssor of A/usic, hav ' ’ ing relumed to the District, odors his pro ft*s>ional services in all it< branches. Persons wi-bing bis service^, will please h ave their names at Mr. William W. Harper’s Store, corner ol Royal and King streets. sep 15—eolm VIRGINIA COACH FACTORY. Wlin’er would have our change result in weal, Let him apply his shoulder to the wheel. rflMiKs uh>criber would ihIomu Ins friends, and | the public in general, that he still carries on business, in all its vasieties at Ins old stand, oil Pitt street, near Newton’s Hotel, where he has on hand, and is constantly manufacturing CAPRI AGES of different descriptions, which he will sell low. He solicits a call, especially from those who think that nothing good can come out of Nazareth ; and feel* assured that on an examination of his work, fie can convince the most sceptical. All orders thankfully re ceived, and attended to with promptness. X. P,. —REPAIRING done on the most rea sonable terms. JOHN St M.M I.iiS. Alexandria, Va., sep 7—e no in * J PLUM BE N VTIO.NAL DAGU KRR1AN I GALLERY* ANT) PHOTOG RAI lEK’S FURNISHING DEPOTS.—Awarded the Gold and Silver Medal?, Four First Premiums, and Two Highest Honors, at the N ational, the Mas sachusetts, the New York, and the Pennsylvania Exhibitions, respectively, for the most splendid Colored Daguerreotypes, and best Apparatus ever exhibited. Portraits taken in exquisite style, without re gard to weather. Instructions given in the art. A large assortment of Apparatus and Stock always on hand, at the lowest cash prices. Now York, 2«>1 Broadway; Philadelphia, 13G I Che>nut St.; Boston, <3 ( ourt, an i 38 Hanover i Sts ; Baltimore 203 Baltimore St.: Washington, ■ Pennsylvania Avenue; Petersburg, Va., Me chanics’Hall; Cincinnati, Fourth ami Walnut, jand 176 Main St.; Saratoga Springs, Broadway; | Paris, 127 Vicillc Rue du Temple; Liv rpool, 32 Church St. je iG—ly. CUMBERLAND COAL, FIRST UUALITY. V_y lo<»0 Bushels expected this day which will be sold low if taken from the Boat, by sep. 22 JAMES GREEN. XT'LED.—Cut Straw, Shorts, Oats, Corn shell * cd and unshelled, and Corn Meal, lor sale by T. M. McCORMICK & Co., oct 7 Theatre Building. CLAGGETTS FAMILY FLOUR.—A lot of the above superior Flour, just received aud lot sale by [ocl 9) THUS DAV Y. I tTARDWARE AND CUTLERY.—The sub I £1 scriber is now opening his Fall Supply ol IL1R/> ll *4 RE Ji\l) CUTLERY, which is large and well selected, and embraces every article usually found in that line, such as— Ear Iron, of every description Strap, Hoop and Rand Iron SVe), cast, shear, and Eng. and A me. blistered Smiths’ Anv ils, Bellows and Vises Nails, wrought, cut. and Spikes Horse Shoes and horse shoe Nails Boxes, wagon and carryole, (polished) Castings of every description Hinges, strap, butt and parliament W ood-screws, cut l acks and Sprigs Locks, pad, stock, rim, and carpenters's patent Holts, Latches, Hammers, Hatchets,&c. Saws, hand, pannel, tenant, and wood Hlanes, Guages, Rules, and Braces Drawing Knives. Broad Axes and Adzes Augers, Chisels, Gimblets and Gouges Tea Kettles, Saucepans &. bell-metal Kettles Shovels and Tongs, brass, steel, and iron Candlesticks, brass, plated and japanned Ootfee Mills of every description Sadirons and tailoiV Geese Sofa Springs anil Bed Screws ( hams, trace, halter, Jog, kc Shovels, long and short handle, Forks, kc. Saddlery, Stirrups, Bridle Bits, Buckles, kc. Carriage and (Jig Mountings Scissors, Shears, Pins, Needles, Combs, kc. Buttons of every description Brushes, Shoe, Cloth, Hair, Hand, Sweeping, Horse, kc. Fdes and Rasps of every description Cutlery—pen, pocket, table, shoe and butcher Knives Complete sets ivory balanced handle Knives and Forks Rogers’ fine pen and pocket Knives Parlor Grates, with and without summer pie ces, kc. kc. kc Together with many articles not enumerated, all of which is offered to the public at as low rates and on as liberal terms as they can be pur chased in any other market. He invites ail, and especially Country Merchants, to examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, oct 1 —im ROBERT CRUPPER. Hardware and variety store— | The subscriber begs leave to infotm his ' friends and the public generally, that he has j opened a store of the above description on King : street, adjoining the Book store of Messrs. Bell k Entwisle, where he is now opening, and will continue to receive (until his assortment is com plete,) a great variety of USEFUL and ORNA MENTAL articles. H is stock consists in pari of j Table Cutlery, Penknives, Razors, Scissors, Candle-stick-, Curtain Bands, Curtain Pins, Locks, Hinges, Screws, kc., kc., ALSO, n great many articles for Culinary pur- | poses, which he thinks it useless to enumerate, j as all disposed to patronize him will call and j see. He especially invites the Ladies to exam ine his stock of fancy articles, as he is deter mined to make prices to suit. He hopes to re- j ceive a liberal share from those persons whom j it has been his pleasure to servo, whilst engaged in the establishment of R. H. Miller, E^q. oct 5—tf JOHN T. CREIGHTON. Boot and shoe manufactory — K. Y. CROSS would respectfully inform the citizens of Alexandria and the public gener ally, that be still continues to manufacture BOOTS AND SHOES of all the various kinds now worn, which may be had at his old stand on King street, south side, near Koval, and which j he will sell a> low if not lower than can be bought , in the market; among which lie enumerates— • Gentlemen's Calf ami Morocco Boots, stitched do do do do pegged do Buff and Kipp do do do Call' and Morocco Shoes, stitched do do do do pegged | Kipp anJ Coarse Shoes, pegged Ladies’ Gaiters and half Gaiters Do. Morocco, Kid, and Seal walking Shoes Do. Morocco and Kid Slippers and Ties Misses’ Morocco and Seal walking Shoes and; Slippers Bovs’ and children’s Boots and Slippers Coarse Boots and Slu es, suitable t#r farming purposes. lie h.»- just returned from the North, where lie purchased a large assortment ol GLM >HOL^, viiiyiug .n prices and quality. iVnons wanting swell articles m:iv find it f<> their interest to give Imn nn cat lv call, before purchasing elsewhere. lie feels thankful for prist favors, and earnest ly solicits for the future a continuance of those favors, it will be, as it always has been, an oh- j ject with him to endeavor to please all who may feel disposed to patronize him. Alexandria, A a., oct 7 VNDKKW J. FLEMING has received— 30 hiuis prime N. O. and W. I. Sugar 10 boxes single and double Loaf do It “ white Havana, part prime iO’lihds l*. K. and Culm Molasses 1 “ steam refined Syrup 2 lierccs sugar-house Molasses 100 bags prime given Kin Coffee 40 tk “ St. Domingo d«> ;,() “ “ Java do 20 “ 41 Angostura and .MaracaiboUoflbe j 2i> hall chests Gunp’r, part superior j 20 “ Young Hyson “ l TEAS! H “ imperial ' ,r» “ PouchongSi Souchong44 J 20 boxes No. 1. Colgate’s Soap 20 44 “ Pearl Starch 5 half Mils Salerat is Ji) boxes Variegated and Almond Soap 70 reams double and single crown wrap Paper 10 boxes Ground Pepper 50 *« M. R. Raisins 7 caaks Rice 5 baskets Salad Oil 5 cases Canton preserved Ginger 5 bans Sumatra Pepper 10 boxes by, 10 Window Gla«s 20 reams letter and foolscap Writing Paper 12 M Havana and Principe Negara, in qra 5 cases Table Salt in boxes 10 bbls Cider Vinegar 20 doz Corn Brooms 5 “ Painted Pails a 15 boxes j'i Lump 'Tobacco 30 “ 12’s do do 5 “ pounds Cavendish Tobacco Together with many other articles in the Gro cery line, all of which is offered for sale as low as the market will justify oct ?_ 7r SACKS fine and Ground Alum Salt, in J store, and lor sale, by oct 8 JOSEPH GRIMES. CHE \ P BOOTS & SHOES — The subscriber oilers lor sale at bis l Stand on Prince street, third door | m I J t s t o f Un io n, H G R E* 1T L \ It IL Ty OFltOOTS HM> SHOES, at the follow ing reduced prices: Gentlemen’s fine Calf Skin and Morocco dress Boots of his own make, very best stvle, for$4,00; othersat $3,50, $3,00, $2,50, <42,25, and $2,00 per pair; also, Coarse and Wa ter Proof Boots at various prices down to $1,25 per pair_wiih a general assortment of very strong made high quarter COHRSE SIIOES} at! lower prices, perhaps, than was ever offered in this market, and also, Ladies’ Shoes of every qualitv, some as low as 50 cents a pair, and Children’s, also, down to 25 cents a pair, ap 22—tf A. D. COLLINS WORTH JOB PRINTING Neatly executed at tbc'Alexandria Gazette Office A N D R E W J. F L E MING A UC TIONEER, Oilers hisservices for all sales under the hammer, J O S E P H G R I M E S ’ GROCERY. LIQUOR PRODUCE DEALER, Near the Ferry Slip, Union st., Alex’a., Va. J. JV l: \V TON DA R P E R, GENERXL FAMILY GROCER, west side of Fail fy\, brt worn King and Piince-sls. tl FILESE.--GOO ll»s of Virginia manufactured J Cheese, just received and for bale at oct G J. N. HARPER’S Grocery. ]%TASON’S CHALLENGE BLACKING, | if I. constantly on hand, for sale low, by oct 6 11. PEEL & CO., King st., Alex’a. SNUFF'.—Martinique, Maccauba, Scented Rappee, and Scoteh Snuff, just receifed, and for sale by [oct 6| G. VV. I). RAMSAY. O ALT.—3000 bushels Turks Island Salt, in O store, and for sale l>y oct 5—dim THOMAS & DYER. A CON AND LARD.—15,000 lbs Bacon, 3 15 bbls Leaf Lard, for sale by ort 6 J. J. WHEAT & BROS. vKW ORLEANS SUGARS.-10 hogsheads 11 prime quality N. O. Sugars, this morning landing, and for sale by oct 5_McVEIGH & BRO. rlAORACCO.—A very superior article of Chew X ing Tobacco, received, and for sale, by 11. PEEL k CO., Chemists and Druggists King st. oct 6 JAMES'S NEW NONEL.-Heideiburg, a Romance, by G. P. R. James, price 25 eeuts. Marion and his men, by the author of “Paul Juries.” Just received, and for sale at oct 6 LUNDY’S. Episcopal prayer rooks.—e. a\ i LUNDY, oil Kin*, between Pitt and Royal streets, has just received, on consignment,a large and elegant assortment of Episcopal Prayer Rooks, plain and gilt edges, of all shades of binding, and at all price*, fron 50 cents to eight dollars each—some very large print, for old eyes,—all of w hich will be disposed of at the lowest New York cash prices. Persons who would like to purchase cheap, would do well to call soon. oct 6. NEW GOOD S.— 1 carton French*worked Collars, from $1 to $3 50 1 carton Chemizets, from §1 to $3 50 1 “ Thread Lace and Edgings 1 “ Rabbin Edgings 1 “ Kid Gloves, Bajou & Alexander’s make 1 “ Turkerie Shawls, from $5 to $22 1 “ Canton Crape do do $10 to 813 20 doz Linen Camb. Hdkfs, from 121 cts to $2 Now style Bonnet Ribbons Just received and for sale by KOONE3 & DEAN, 2 doors east oct 8 of the Marshall House. Bacon, lard, cheese, &c.,&c— 12000 lbs. Sides and Shoulders, Bacon 2000 lbs bright Jowls 1000 “ Family Hams, and 25 kegs Leaf Lard 25 boxes Eastern Cheese 40 “ yellow, brown, and fancy Socks 20 “ sperm and mould Candles 20 “ Ground Pepper and Ginger 20 “ Chocolate and Mustard 25 “ Family Starch and Fig Blue 20 “ Window Glas«, 8>< 10 and 10>4 12 20 “ Cavendish and small lump Tobacco 12 half chests imperial and Y. II) son Teas I 5o bjgs Rio and Java Codec 25 doz. Corn Brooms 15 u painted and covered Buckets 125 reams Wrapping Paper 50 “ Letter Paper, &. 5 groce playing Cards 25 Coils Bed Cord9 and Leading Lines i 150 sacks Fine a»d Ground Alum Salt With a full assortment of Goods usually kept in a Grtcerv Store, at the lowest market rates, for sale by ’ .GEO. O. DIXION & CO. sap 28 _2£‘np‘st dock; Revolving horse hat rakes— This implement is now in extensive use, and t© be appreciated needs only t© be used. It is not exaggerat ing to say that a man, boy and horse will perform in the most perfect manner with this implement, as much work as from eight u ten now with common hand takes.— Just received and lor sale by n WM. STABLER & BRO. DE \ FN ESS (R5 RED !!—SC \ UFA’S COM - POUND ACCOUSTIC OIL, for the cure of Dealness, Pains, and the discharge of matter from the Far*. Also, all those disagreeable noi ses, like the buzzing of insects, tailing of water, whizzing of steam, &c. &c., which are symptoms of approaching Deafness, and also generally at tendant with the disease. Many persons who have been deaf for ten, fifteen, and twenty years, and were obliged to use ear-trumpets, have, af t» r using one or two bottles, thrown aside their trumpets, being made perfectly well, f hysicians awd surgeons highly recommend its use. For sale by M. DEL A NY, Washington, l>.<\, uNo. a! No 8 S»ulh Third street, and 120 North Sccoifli strewt, Philadelphia. leli It) IXOLIAN 11 \N<> F< >KTKS.—The subscri 1j ber has on band *»-.v«*rai of those delightful Instruments, lately received from Nunns’ 6l Clarke, ol New York. Also, several on older, which he will shortly receive, both with and without the /Koliau Attachment, and which he w ill sell on the same terms as at the factory, without any addition for expenses from New York. Nunns’ & Clark’s Instruments have been well tested lor many years, and by judges are held superior to any imported Pianos, and for durability, power, richness ol tone and flexibility of action", they are superior to most made in the United States. They are particularly applicable to the country, as they seldom want tuning. For rent, or sale, very low, several second hand llanos taken in exchange. \VM. PRATT, Prof, of Music, ?Pp \ [ King near Washington sts. Concentrated tonic bitters— / These Bitters are highly recommended to the Nervous and Debilitated; they are mild in their operation, and pleasant in their effects, a grand restorative to health, a safe and effectual cure of Dyspepsia and indigestion and all sto mach complaints. Prepared only by H. PEEL & CO., and sold in bottles at 25 and 50 cts. each. oct C __' tt771LLIA.M D. MASSEY & CO. would re- j YV spectfully inform their friends and the public, that they are better prepared t an ever to furnish GEMLEXEXS' UEARIXG APPA UEL, of all kinds, either made to order or ready made, having just leceived a large assortment of new and beautilul goods, among which are Fine French and English, black, blue, and invis ible green Cloths Brown ami other fancy colored Cloths Black French doe skin Cassimerts Plain English and American do Different styles of Fancy Cassimeres and Vestings Suspendets, Gloves, Hdkfs.,Cravats Shirts, Bosouis and Coliars, together with a fine assortment of READY MADE CLOTH1XG, such as Dress and Frock Coats, Over Coals, I Sack and Business do; Cassinoere, Cloth, and Sattinelt Pantaloons. A good assortment of VESTS, &.c., ail of which will be sold very low. Call and see for yourselves. Kmg-st., south side, one door east ol Royal-st. oct 6—3m [ Marlboro Gazette and Port Tobacco Times—3i] I Jfliscellantons. From the Knickerbocker for October. “DINNA FORGET.” Svggr't?d by obseivittg “Pinna Forgett" cn the seal of a tetter. Ob’dinna forgot. Love, each bright happy day, Of the sweet siinnv past, Love, now faded nway! In the depths of thy soul keep each hope treasur ed yet, Oh!d.nnu forget, Love, Love, dinna forget! Thou hast wandered afar, Love, beyond the wide sea; [thee; And fond hearts are watching and praying for Eye» once beaming brightly, with sad tear* are wet, Then dinna forget, Love, Love, dinna forget! Forget not thy Mother! her years glide away, While oft she recalleth her heart's hope and stay, Oh! daily she weepeth fond tears of regret, And seekelh her loved one, then dinna forge’’ Forget not thy Father! o'er 'Time's rugged path Ho toiloth and coimtelh each jewel lie hath; Hut the brightest of all in life's diadem set, is the one who now roveth; Love! dinna forget! Forget not thy Sister! thou little hast knewn The changeless allcction her bosom hath borne, How her eye sweetly glistens when, some token met, Tells a talc of (he absent, Love! dinna forget! Forget not the Maiden thou’st won for thineown, The vows thou hast spoken in days that are gone; [set, Though the sun of her young love on others has Yet it beams bright above thee, Love! dinna forget! Forget not thy God, Love, wherever thou may’st be, [Life’s sea. Thy prayeis and thy Bible, that chart of If no more here on earth wo may joy to have met, [forget! We shall part not in Heaven. Love! dinna STOVE, TIN AND SHEET IRON MANU FACTORY, Fairfax street, Alexandria, Va. ENOCH GRIMES)* takes pleasure in an* nouncing to his friends, and the public, that he is prepared to furnish goods and wares in his line to cash or punctual customers on very ad vantageous terms. His stock has been selected with great care, and chiefly manufactured under his own superintendence, which enables him to speak hy the card, when lie says, (hat he is prepared to offer inducements to purchasers that cannot be exceeded either here or elsewhere, (the quality of the wares always considered.)— In addition to his large assortment of TIN WARE, embracing every article in the line, he offers a very large and handsome assortment of STOVES, of the following descriptions, viz:— PYRAMID shape, of various size*, some very targe, suitable for churches, public buildings, ho tels &c.; PARLOUR STOVES, some new and beautiful patterns, designed for burning either wood or coal; DINING ROOM STOVES, a va riety of sizes and patterns; Air Tight STOVES, suitable for chambers, capable of being regulated to give any degree of heat required; COOKING STOVES, these are considered to be the best stove lor the purpose ever manufactured,—there can be a greater variety of uses made of fire in this stove, probably, than any other, and the quantity of fuel required is very inconsiderable— constructed for wood or coal. He is also, prepared to execute all or ders lor work in TIN, SHEET IRON, or COP PER. ROOFING AND SPOUTING done on the best terms, and without delay, oct 7—2m* HARDWARE! HARDWARE !!—I am now receiving my Fall Supply of HARD WARE, CUTLERY, and FANCY GOODS, to which I invite the attention of dealers generally ; and I flatter myself from ni v experience in the business, that l shall he enabled to give entire satisfaction to all. To my old friends and customers, l re turn my sincere thunks for their liberal patronage, and request their attention to the following list of SI A RLE HARDWARE: Tabic Cutlery, in all its varieties Pocket do “ “ “ Scissors, Shear*, Axes, Hatchets, Saws, hay and straw Knives, &e. Carpenters’ patent Locks, 5, G, 7, and 8 inch. Mortice Lock*, skeleton, compound lever, Lock-Lalch, &.c. &.c. Cl •set I iueks, four or five different kinds Stock Lock, brass key, fine and bastard plato Pad Locks, a great variety Cupboard, chest, till, box, $co. &c. Hinges, butt, parliament and strap, every kind Seievvs, Files, Rasp*, cow, house it horse Bell* Tea and Tabic Spoons, Ladles, Dippers Shovels an«l 'Pongs, Andirons, wire Fenders Skillet*, Ovens, Pots, Griddles, Gridirons Frying Pans, Vices, Anvils, Par Iron, Steel Patent Pumps, Lead Pipe, Preserving Kettles Jack Screws, Oil Stones, cut and wrt. Nails Eliptic Spring*, Iron Axletnc* Trace and Halter Chains, Puck Pands Candlesticks, Coal Scuttles, &c. &c. &c. FANCY GOODS: Gentlemens’ walking Canes, excellent assor’mt Head Brushes, an endless variety Coat Brushes, Hat Brushes, Tooth and Nail, Ivory, Coco, and Wrapt Shaving Brushes Renovators, Pocket Books and Wallets SmilF Boxes, Shaving Glasses, Powder Flasks Shot Pouches, Button*, Combs, Needles, Pins Hooks and Eyes, Back garn»ion Boxes Razor Strops,Saponaceous Shaving Compound Polka round Combs and Tuck ditto Fine Ivory Combs, horn, bone, and Ivory Pocket Combs Brass and plated Spurs Cigar Cases, Tweezers, Marbles, kc. kc. To the above list of Staple and Fancy Goods, I would invite the attention of Country Mer chants, as I am determined to sell at a small ad vance, and am prepared to supply them with any quantity required. JAMES F. CARLIN, oct 9 Royal at., centre building, new block. YED SHEEPSKINS AND MANILLA MATS, a handsome assortment, just re ceived, and for sale bv oct 7 JOHN T. CREIGHTON. RAMSAY’S BITTERS carefully prepared and sold at ROBT. T. RAMSAY’S Gro cery and Liquor Store,. Ferry Slip, Alexandria, Va. oct 7 MOULD CANDLES.—50 boxet MoulJCan dles, short 6's, of prime quality, tins moin ne landing and for saie by oct 5 McVEIGH k BRO. McGUFFEY’S eclectic reader*.— We have just received a supply of these celebrated Readers, comprising a complete se ries, from No. I to No 5. They contain a judi cious selection of instructive, entertaining, and moral matter, progressively arranged, and grad uated with reference to the capacity of the pu pil, and afford to parents aRd teachers a most thorough, complete, and efficient auxiliary in the education of youth. I oct 7 DELL & ENTWISLE. WRAPPING AND WRITING PAPER, 6lc. — W« have just received our Fall supply of PAPER, consisting, in part, of 500 Reams ol Wrapping Paper, various sizes and prices; 300 Reams ruled and plain Letter and Foolscap Paper, at all prices, some as low as per ream; beautiful French Letter Paper, r uled and plain ; Note Paper and Envelopes of the best quality and latest style; Post Office En velope Paper; Royal, Medium, Demy, and Flat < ap Ledger Papers, &ic. Also, four oases of the be>t W ELS11 SLA 1 ES, of various sizes, some very large; Slate Pencils, Lead Pencils, Draw ing Paper, Pencils, and India Rubber; Bristol Board; Perforated Bristol Board; Ink and Ink Powder; Indelible Ink; MATHEMATICAL IN | STRUM ENTS, a great variety, in wood aid fish skin cases; also, separate Instruments; Por table Writing Desks and Port Folios; Rose Wood Writing Desks, &c. We have always on hand a large supply of THEOLOGICAL, MISCEL LANEOUS, and SCHOOL BOOKS, comprising all (he new standard works of value, and the Books used in the principal Colleges, and Schools, of the country. All of which we will sell low tor cash, or to punctual customers, or exchange for RAGS, at the highest market price. BELL & ENTWJSLE, oct 9 King street, Alexandria, Ya. [Port Tobacco Times to the amount tf $2.] HENRY L. SIMPSON, (Royal street third store north of King,) respectfully informs his friends of the Town and Country, that he has on hand, and continues to manufacture, BOOTS AND SHOES in all their varieties, at fair liv ing prices; they are as follows: Ladies Morocco Kidd and Seal Slippers and Walking Shoes Gentlemen’s Calf, Kipp and Buff Boots Boys and Youth’s do Also Misses, boys, youth’s & childrens’shoes And, 1 would inform my friends in the country that I have a first rale assortment of thick BOOTS AND SHOES for Men Boys and Youth’s war ranted to do good service. N. B. As usual I continue to make work tc Drder. sep 3 f^ARMING IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, fcc.— The subscribers are this day receiving, per brig Ann Caroline, from Boston, part of their Spring supply of IMPLEMENTS and FIELD SEEDS, to which they invite the attention of far mers and others. Ruggles, Morse & Mason’s celebrated Eagle Ploughs, improved, numbers 1 and 2 Green Sward Ploughs, Light fallowing doj ? 7 inch improved Davis’s do Fallowing Harrows, 18 and 22 teeth Stevens’s Hay Cutters, Hedge Shears Also, from New York— Minor, Horton, & Co.'s improved Ploughs, Nos. 19, 20, 21, and 22 Hill-side, Subsoil, and double moulding Ploughs And front Freeborn— Nos. II, 12, 1.1, and Seed Ploughs, with a full assortment of Castings for all. Also, in store—Northern Clover, Northern Red Top Grass, Timothy, Red Clover, and Orch ard Grass Seeds. VVM. STABLER & BRO. ARIET1ES.—1 have just received a further supply of fancy and useful articles, consist* ing in part of the following:—Roger’s and Peach’s Scissors, Smith’s Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Coates’ best Spool Cotton, Twilled Tapes, red, red and white, white, black and grey Yarns, of best quality,—Jet, Pearl, Metal, Agate, Steel, ar.d Bone Buttons, Silk, Steel, and Cotton Purses, Steel and Gold Beads, Silks, shaded and plain for Purses and Redicules, Rings and sndt for Purses, Clasps for Redicules and Purses, Whale bone for Dresses. The above, with a great va riety of other articles, all of which I will sell ae low as they can be purchased elsewhere. Cell at C. C. BERRY’S Cheap Fancy and Variety Store. oot € IM PORTA N T TO PARENTS AND TEACH ERS.—McGuffey's Eclectic Renders, and Ray's Arithmetics.—E. K. LUNDY, having been ap pointed sole agent for the sale of the above works in tiie city of Alexandria, respeetfully invites the attention of the friends of Education to McGuf fey’s Eclectic First Reader, 108 pages, 18 rao., ie?a11 12.j cent*; McGuffey’s Eclectic Second Reader, 21l> pages, 18 mo., retail 25 cents; Me Gulley’s Eclectic Third Reader, 216 pagab, 12 mo., retail 37 cents; McGutiey’s Eclectic Fourth Reader, 336 pages, 12 mo., retail 63 cents; Mo Guffey’s Rhetorical Guide, 480 pages, 12 mo., 87 cents; McGuffey's Primer, retail 6 cent*; McGuffey’s Speller, retail 12£ cents. The above series comprises a careful selection of instructive, entertaining, and moral matters, progressively arranged, and graduated with ref erence to the capacity of the pupil, and affords to parents and teachers a most thorough, com plete, and efficient auxiliary in the education of youth. Parents are not a little annoyed by fre quent drafts on their purses lor new school books, of which the majority are destitute of special merit; hut the excellence and utility of Professor McGuffey’s Series once perceived, parents will derive from the improvement of their children ample remuneration tor their money. Ray's Arithmetic, part hist, retail 10 cents do do do second, 20 cents do do do third, 374 cents Key to do 50 cents The series of Arithmetics is progressively ar ranged, and remarkable for the judicious ar rangement and admirable illustration of the sub jects, number of examples, and clear aod con cise analysis of the principles of Arithmetic. luJ^Country Merchants and Teachers will be supplied with the above works by the dozen at a liberal discount from the retail prices; and with school books generally, at as low rates as they can be obtained at any bookstore in the city, sep 28 BEEBE k COST A R’S NEW STYLE FOR FALL FASHIONS— Crown—7J inches high—7-16 Yeo man—y bell at sides, 1-1C front and rear—J curve. Tip—f oval, } curve, 1-16 con vex. Brim—2 inches wide front and rear, and 1 13-16 at sides. Small edge curl, slightly roll ed at sides. Set—3-16 sloped, 1 1-16 inches curved. Banding—13-16 wide, satin and satin striped. Binding—J inch wide, fine ribbed saj tin edge. JOHN T. EVANS, respectfully informs his customers, and the public generally, that he has just received the above new style of Hat, and is prepared to furnish his customers with the same. It is said to be the most beautiful style, that has ever been adopted. aug 19—tf PLOUGHS—TU subscribers having pur chased the patent right for the manufacture ao4 sale of the superior and unrivalled nooa cock Improved Self-Sharpening Plough ” in the D strict oT Columbia, and following Counties, i Montgomery, Prince Georges, Charles and St. ! Mary's Counties, Maryland; and Fairfax, Prince j William, Stafford, King George,Westmoreland, ! Richmond, Northumberland and Lan?*Ji®|V” Virginia, are now manufacturing end ofler for sale to farmers and other*, a P o g y doubt superior to any in pre»e"‘ u*e, boltifor ease to the Ploughman, ease ol <j”u8b‘> * rability, and manner of turning i PP y 0t Kb ‘WHEAT fc SONS.