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Correspondence of the Alexandria Gazette. VVashimjtok, Oct. 5, isr>3.—There is no local news stirring which will furnish a para graph. Several arrests have lately been made i i this city, on a charge of kidnapping, the particulars of which, (it I^have learned them correctly,) will be apt to make the parties re gret their participation therein. If the admin istration is not furnished with music, it is net because ot the lack ot Organs. The Cuion, Star, and Sentinel, are grinding Democratic music, and it is stated these are shortly to be re-inforced by the old Globe. It this is correct, wielded by the powerful pen of F. P. Blair, it is likely that toe latter may soon take the lead. Judging from the previous history of ibis print, it it is started, it wilt not oe likely to play se* cond fiddle. As the session of Congress approaches, the friends of the respective candidates tor the va rious offices connected with the organization of the House of Representatives, begin to evince considerable inieiest in the success of their fa vorites. 1 he Whigs who are in a glorious mi nority (and therefore have nothing to expected either the honors or emoluments) evince hut little interest in these affairs, bei"g content to hide the belter da\e a coming. The three can- , didates prominently spoken of for the Speaker ship, are Thomas K. Bayly, of Va., David 1. Disney, of Ohio, and James L. Orr, of South, Carolina, all Democrat* of course. )) e have . seen each of these gentlemen discharge the du- J ties of the chair, and give it as our opinion that ; Mr. Orr is the lest presiding officer we have seen in the Hou-e since the days of Polk — At the la>t session ot Con*re»s, being called to j the chair at the mo»t difficult period ot the I whole session, when the general appropru- j Hon bill, with Us thousand amendments was tinder con>ideration, he as ouished the House by the promptness and correctness ot his! decisions, and maintained a deg.ee of or der and decorum, that I have never wit- j nessed when that hill with its multifarious ' interests was under consideration. Col. Boyd! the late speaker, ! have seen mentioned as a candidate for re-election, but, his friends we | presume will hardly press him a^ain lor that station. We cannot have a good Whig Speaker elec- j ted, to pre ide over the deliberations ot the 33d i Congress: but as the Whigs are equally inter* ested in having a Speaker who is thorougMv veised with the Rules of the House and Parli amentary Law, we hope the choice will tali upon Mr. Orr. He is a gentleman of high . character and attainment*. A better selection for the speakership could not be made. For the Clerkship, there are several Candida- j ... ._1 ik.. i ii rv> San t lnhrTVV i irw « int x•• * 4..W-. w —i - Korney, is a candidate tor re-election, but from ail l learu, with but slight prospect* of suc cess . John M. Johnson, the present very efficient Post Master ot the House, is not likely to have i any opposition, indeed ?o popular is thi* gentle- ; man, that tor several \ears past the usual mode ot voting viva voce tor the office has been dis- J pensed with and a resolution to continue him, j passed unanimously. OBSERY KR. ^^■HMi Married. On Tuesday evening. 4th instant, by the Rev. t Mr. Wilson, WILLIAM COGAN\e*q., late of Philadelphia, to Miss YlRGl^JilA BARTON, daughter of Richard C. Barton, e»q , of this city. [Philadelphia papers please copy.] Died. On Sunday, the 25th ult., at Albion, King George County, Y’a., Miss CECELIA K., daughter of George D. and Roberta Ashton, dec’d., aged 17 years, 4 months an J 9 days. At Oatland, Fauquier Countv. Va., on the 9th ult, Colonel GEORGE LOVE, in the 73d year of his age. At Montebello, Fauquier County, Va , on the 17th ult., Miss MARTHA LOVE, in the 7o,h year of her age. [National Intelligencer, YY'arrenton and Lees bu«g papers please copy ] At Locust Hill, her late residence, near Aldie, Loudoun county, on Saturuay, October 1st, Miss ANNA, daughter of the late John Tvler. almanac.__ Iw53 !t>cTN Scn; , n „„„ OCTOBER. Irises sets j Moos s 1 H #Tiiursaay ..«J«|3|4Fi ^ "0 ",M 7 bnday.b 174o lr,,‘ . 7 ... 8 Saturday— ti 18'5 4>.f «»;•;—•«* ‘ 2, " !* Sunday .... « l»3 4l|ij<«‘V-"^ * 10 Monday .... ,•> 21,5 A> N» w .. * -1.M' 11 Tuesday.... * 22,5 38, HlviH W\1 LK 12 Wr».in--i''v b 23 5 271 <Kttki: <>, 9i 9lus. L v T K 3 T L> a T fc & Lo ndon.Sept. 20 , Havre.t^ept. 19 itivfrin’ol.?“t*pt. 20 ! New ('rf**miv.Sept. —b 1 • _ ________________ MARINE LIST pT>7;i OK ALEXANDRIA. OCTOBER 5. Arrived. Barque Royal Saxon, Campbell, Chincha Is lands, guano to Fovv'e & Co. Schr. Chas. A. Stetson, Miller, New Yurk, to Cumberland Coal & Iron Co. Sailed. Sckr. YV. P. Phillips, Watson, Boston, coal by Alleghany Mining Co Schr. Altueda, YVeldou, New York, by rowlc fcCo. Departed, tOctober 5. Boat John G. Lynn, Cumberland, by Alle ghany Mining Co J&rTo the Governor of Yit giliia.—How is it that a Magistrate elected by the people ol the Second Ward, ot a particular atrium /it unlitirs h.iS had his Commission for »o<n#time, while one of the 4‘h Weird ot oth er politics elected upon the s.ime day, has none. OC16-U* FOURTH V\ARI)._ r|X) ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN— JL Notice is hereby given, that on the first day of the next November term of the County Court ot Fairfax, to be held on the 2lj«t das oi j November, l shall apply to said County Court, for the appointment ot live disinterested tree holders, as a Board of Commissioners, to as certain what will be a ju>t compensation to the owners of the land upon ill-* line ot the Ma nassas Gap Railroad, within the said county ot Fairfax. EDWARD C MARSHALL, oct —wtd Bres t M G K. R On. jf-?*»See the advertisement in another column of USTABLEK’N GOOD MEDI CINES;'’ they are not recommended as ‘‘Cure Alls,” but as efficient remedies for the diseases named, having received tbe highest encomiums from Physicuns, Apothecaries and Store-keep ers who have used them, sold them, and in a mul titude of cases heard of their good etlects.— Give them a trial and tell your friends of the re sult. oct 6—dim EYMOUR'S Galvanic Abdominal Suppor ter; Marsh’s Improved doub e and single Trusses; Khenardt’s Improved Glasspad do; Hull & Son’s Improved Trusses; together with a variety of the inos! approved kind* in use, for sale by HENRY PEEL, Druggist, con er king and Fairfax street.__°_rt_j__. M~ IWK & HORTON’S PLOWS-—Also, 5,000 lbs Plow Castings, from M , H.« Co's factory direct, now landing, and for sale, low, at ihe Alexandria Agricultural Warehouse, Fairfax street, by II. S. HUCK. sep 1 __ Rich Cashmere,Turken and Rrocha Shawls for sale by TAYLOR be HUTCHISON. _oct 3 PRESSED HAY FOR SALE—Sixty bun dles of Prime Hay, just received and for hy_(oct :i) THOS. DAVY. PaO 2®®^ ^°- 3 4 Mackerel, 20 nests !r , fZ?ES\S'" dav, anil for sale by [sep 30] FLEMING & DOUGLASS. 1A KEGS Dutch Hkrrim;, just received, 11/ and for sate by sep30 HUME, MARSHALL & WARD. HHDS. choice Sugars, just received, XAJ and for sale by tep23_WM. k C. BAYNE. \ BOXES £rgu>h Dairy Cheese, just re civ/ ceived, and for sale by aep 29 HUME, MARSHALL & WARD. LOCAL ITEMS i A colored man,‘hand on board ol one of the Schooners 1)ing at the wharf, whilst attempt ing to push a small boat cfl from the Brig Hope, on Tuesday, accidentally overboard, and remained underwater lor two or thiee mn utes, before fie could be rescued. He was taken out and all the remedies usually applied in such cases were resorted to, an** after the l ipse of a halt an hour, he was restored to ! conciousite&s hut we learn that he died uiinng the night from the effects of the accident. The Ladies attached to St. Mary’s (Catholic) Church, are making arrangements for holding a fair, which will commence on the 17ib of this month. It will be held at Sarepta Hall. A sale of Teas was made yesterday, by George While, Auctioneer, on Fowle & Co.’s Wharf. Imperial sold at 40 cents per pound, and Black at 25 cents. The cargo of Sugar offered for sale \ esterday, at Fowle & Co's, wharf, was withdrawn, ex cept about CO hogsheads, which were sold at an average of $6 per 100 lbs. COMMERCIAL. PRICKS OP PRODUCE IN ALEXANDRIA FROM CARS, VESSELS, AND WAGONS. Maryland Tobacco..$4 00 a 7 00 Flour, Super.*> 37A a n 50 Do. Family.7 00 a 7 50 Wheat, red.......I -b (l 1 32 Do white.......*1 40 a 1 42 Kye.o 7o a 0 75 Corn, white,.o 70 a 0 72 Do. yellow.0 73 a 0 75 Corn, mixed.0 r>5 « 0 CO Oats.0 35 a 0 40 Corn Meal, per bushel.0 72 a 0 75 Bitter, roll, per lb.0 lb a 0 ^ Do firkin.d Id a d IS Bacon, hog round.6 05$ & d 0j Pork, (wagon).d 00 a 0 00 Lard (in kegs).0 Hi n 0 l Clover Seed. 6 7-r) a 0 00 Timothy Seed....4 uo a 0 00 ^\hitk Beans.d b5 a 0 00 Plaister, (retail).4 25 a 0 00 Flaxseed.l d6 a l 12 Black-Eyed Peas.l 25 n d oo Sumac, per (hundred).1 50 a 0 00 Sa'T.. ...*.1 50 (I 2 25 Har. (bale).'....d sd per 65 lbs. FLOUR.—The market is steady, hut not ac tive. No sales worth reporting—receipts light — withverv small stocks. Car pree 3*6 37 H,. * GRAIN.—The offerings of w heat are mode rate, and the market is steady. VVe quo'e red 130 a 132c.; white 140 a 142c. Corn i» finn at 70 a 72c. for white and mixed, and 73 a 75c. for yellow. Outs are in demand, and scarce, at 10 a 42c. Rye 73 a 75 cts. Ctover seed $6 75 a 57. i imothy seed 54 25. Or chard grass seed 52 a $2 25. BLAIS I KK. —Supplies moderate, and de mand active. Cargo sales 53 50 a 53 75. Re tail price 54 50. SALT —Retail price $t 50 for ground alum, and 52 for line. BEEF CATTLE —Market steady, and sup plies light. VVe quote 53 50 a 53 S7 per ICO lbs. gross. Live hogs $7. Sheep S3 50 a 55. Baltimore Markets. Baltimore, Oct. 5.—Howard street and City M life flour held at 50 62 Wheat, 20,000 bushels gold—red, 5l 35 to §1 35: white, 51 43 to 5l 47. Corn, 13,000 bushels sold — white, 72; yellow, 76. Rye 77. Whiskey, 32. Sales oi_one thousand bbls. Howard street Hour, in Baltimore, to-day, at 56 62^ . Small sales afterwards, at 56 56;4. Also 1.500 bbls. City Mills, at 56 50 The New York Express of Tuesday evening gays :—The commercial advices by the Amen ca and Baltic have had a rnosi exhileratnu ef fect on our breadstuff maiket; prices have ad vanced materially, and now .-tand higher than at any period since 1 SI7 —the year ot the fa mine in Ireland. Flour advanced 25 cents per bbl. on Saturday, and yesterday an additional advance of 25 cents was established, closing last evening with rather less buoyancy, how ever. Th« sales are very large, the greater portion of which are for export to England and France; and a* the stock here is light, there is considerable selling for fu ure delive ry. Common >:.ate sold yesterday as high as 57. Wheat has advanced at a corresponding uitio, and the demand is very active lor export, chiefly lor France. Prime Western is scarce, and like flour, is selling to a considerable ex tent lor future delivery. Corn is also advanc ing, but it is not so high relatively as wheat 1 be large business mi breadstuff* tor export has caused a material advance in freights, and the supply of tonnage is inadequate to the de mand. 35 000 bushel* wheat were e* gaged for Liverpool yesterday, at J2d a 12£d, closing firmly at 13d. To Havre, a ship was taken up at 73*cents for flour ami 19 cts. for wheat; be sides, about 5000 bbls. flmr were taken at 50 in lots, and 20 a 22 cents ''or wheat A ship . * rt i # l « . L .J was ratten up lor Bristol, ^r..; wmi inm «tn». wheat, at Is for the former: ami a new ship from Bath, to land deals at St. John's, N. B., for Livrrpoo., at 120*. DRUGS.—Lac Sulphur; Kxt. Belladonna; English Pill Boxe-; Hemp and Canary Seeds; Lquorice Rool; White Wax, and Spi kenard, just received, ami lor sale by JAS. ENTWISLE, Jr., Apothecary, oct 5 opposite Sarepta Hall. I UST RECEIVED PETER’S PILLS, Jayne's ♦I Sanative Pills; Sulphate of Cinchom; do Quinine, Bitter Almond Soap (French) Red Lead, by K. H. STABLER, N. W. cor. King ami Washington streets. IUj3 Sign of tU»e Golden Bottle. oct f> ;)A HHDS. MUSCAVADO MOLASSES.— 4U 23 half Chests Gunpowder, Voung Hy son, and Black l eas 10 bbls. No. 1 Beef, in strore. ami lor sale by F. A MAKBIRV, nep 20 Fowle's V\ harf. IT'ANCV BASKETS.—Plain, painted, and I? embroidered; Work Boxes, and Toy Bu reaus; Hobby-Horses; Willow Wagons —and a variety of fancy articles, new, pretty, and cheap, at * OGDEN'S Willow Store, sep H Cameron street, oppo>ite City Hotel IUL 1 LBS. COTTON YARN, all jUUtl I,umbers, and a yerv superior artscie; also, 3-4 and 0 4 Faded Cloth, in store, i and lor sale at manulacturer's prices. oct 3 R. H. HUNTON. QUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME — A small 15 Invoice of this valuable Manure, represen ted to be superior in »‘s effects to the be?t Pe ruvian Guano, daily expected, ami lor sate by sPp 23_CAZKNOVE fc CO. PTlMATICS SOAP.— 1U boxes of this su perior Soap, in store, and for sale by T.M McCORMICK & CO, oct j Theatre Building. aa BAGS (Ild Brown Government Java /£\3 Coffee, just received, and tor sale by sep 29 HUME, MARSHALL & WARD. HHDS. prime Cienluegos Molasses, re I Z\j ceived this da\\ and tor sale by sep 27 FLEMING & DOUGLASS. LONDON MUSTARD SEED, juet received, and for sale by HENRV PEEL, Drugget, sep 29 _____ COAL-—250 tons White and Red Ash Coal, .epfOr30*le by J. J. WHEAT & BROS. Ter HHDS7 PRIME PORTO RICO SUGAR li?,7 l ARBURV? Fowle’e Wharf. 5 CHESTS EXTRA fine Gunpowder Tea Jut.I received, and for sale by _ sap-24 HUME, MARSHALL & WARD. SEED WHEAT.—300 bushels Blue Stem White Wheat, very superior, for sale by wpQd R. H. HUNION. [P£H MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH ] Mac on, Ocl. r> — Johnson, Democratic candi date ior Governor, is largely ahead, and believ ed to be elected. | Of the Congressmen, it is supposed that the : delegation is equally divided. In the Legislature, the Democrats have a small majority. New York, Ocl. 5—The steamer Crescent City reached her wharf this morning. She brings one million and thirty thousaod dollais in gold from Australia. Her news is but little* later. The captain of the American ship Defiance was arrested at Lobos Islands for firing a gun, | contrary to regulations. j Robert Swann, tried in Hagerstown, Md., for the murder of Arthur Sprigg, was yesterday fully acquitted. WM. N. BERKLEY', at the bargain corner, has on hand, a large ami well selected assortment ot seasonable GOODS, which lie will sell on the very best teims. He invites his town aid country friends to give him an early call, as they may find it to their interest to do so. Some beautiful Mouslins, Merinoes, and Al paccas, Merrimack and othei kinds of prints. Linseys, Kerseys, and Fulled Cloths,good Bed Blankets, Common do. Flannels, Bed Ticking, Mariner’s stripe. Gloves, Hosiery, Merino Shirts, together with many other desirable and cheap Goods, winch will be sold on the most accommodating terms, oct 6 rim THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.—Bey l_ mour’s Galvanic Supporter. 'Ihis article furnishes a pleasant and easy support, posses sing all the mechanical advantages of the Ab dominal Supporter now in use, and also some valuable advantages over them, besides ihe Galvanic attachments. It is especially applica ble (under the advice of a physician,) to prolap sus, d'ffirult and pamful menstruation, Amen crot op t, &c., Xlc. Call and examine them at R. H. STABLKK’S, Drug Store, Sole Agent for Alexandria, North West corner ot King and Washii "tun streets. |l3* of the Golden Bottle. sep 29 rpWENTY FOUR different kindsof TOVLET L SOAPS, among which are the celebrated Rrmi-n WirwUnr Crystal Palace. Floating. Rose. Almond, Porcine, Sand, and Omnibus. Thirty nine different PERFUMES, Upper Ten, Orien tal Drops; and COLOGNE put up in filteen dif ferent styles; also, Toilet Powders; Pomatums; Hair Oils, and Tonies; Hair Dyes, and Indelli ble Inks, of the best manufactures, for sale at RICHARDS', Fancy Store, Ao. 3, Exchange Block. These goods are of the best quality, warranted to be what they are represented, and will be sold at one price to every one. oct 3 (Standard, Fairfax News,and Piedmont Whig.) HUME, MARSHALL & WARD are now receiving their Fall supply of GROCE RIES, LIQUORS, <fc, selected with great care in the Northern maikets,to which they in vite the attention of purchasers. As they propose to furnish every article the market affords, they deem it unnecessary to enumerate I heir .-tock of I eas. Wines, Liquors. ( igars, &c., is probably superior to any heretofore of* I fered in this marke»; all ol which they will sell upon reasonable terms. sep 20 Thresh drugs and chemicals— o L irate of Potassa, English Calomel, Blue Mass, Litharge, American Isinglass, Cooper’* Refined and Shred do., Well’s Strengthening Planters, Aqua Ammonia. White Wax, Davis’s Pain Killer, Muriatic, Nitric and Milphunc Acid*; Chrome Green, McLanee \ermifuge, Frey’s do ; Bermuda Arrow Root, Chrome Yel low, Nursing Bottles, Nipple Glasses, Arsenic, Powd. Cubehs &c.. &c , ju-t received in store and for sale by R- E. SIONR, oct 3 Druggist, King-st. f* BAGS RIO COFFEE UO la hhd*. Cuba, Porto Rico, and New Or leans Sugar 10 bbis. soft Crushed Sugar 37 chests Imperial, Gunpowder, \oung Hy son and Black lea* r34 bbis. Old Rye WHISKEY, part very su perior French, Peach, am! Domestic BRANDIES Prime O.'d Pori and Madeira V\ ines With a variety of other articles, just^ received, ami for sale low, by R H. HUN ION, aai s " Thompson1* Wharf. inn BBLS. RECTIFIED WHISKEY LUU 30 bbis. Super 0;d Whiskey 15 4; veiy fine old do 20 t; Apple Brandy 20 “ Domestic Riandy 10 y casks Til Proof Biandy 10 qr. ca<»k« Swe* l 'A ine 5 “ Madeira and Port Wine, for sale low by KINCHELOE SM11H. sep 24 *___ MACGREGOR’S AGRICULTURAL FUR NACES, for preparing food for stock, constantly on hand, and lor sale at manufactu rers prices. Warrented to give satisfaction. See advertisement in American Farmer. R. S. HICK, Agricultural Warehouse, oct 3 Fairfax street WHITE, BLACK, and colored Silk Fringes V V Black Velvet Ribbons Rich nlaid do Plain anil plaid Mermors, in variety Plain, plaid and Brocade Silk, tor sale by TAYLOR & HUTCHISON. 'oct 3 _ _ C\ QUARTER Casks Pale Heunessy Brandy, £ vintage, 1842 3 halt pipes Otard “ u L845 3 “ « Sa/^rac u “ 1^43 4 “ “ Seignette “ u just re* ceived, and for sale by sep 27 HUME, MARSHALL* WARD. (MILLED CLOTH.—The undersigned has in stole, and is receiving every week, a let of Buckland Kerseys, both 3 1 and G 4, which h^8teWlea,(ac.oIJ]|:T.(jNTOx [Culpeper Observer—2m.] QEKD.— O 75 bushels New Timothy Seed 50 do Clover Seed 100 do- Orchard Grass, do 50 do Herd Grass. do. I4 or sale by [sep301 £• J. WHEAT & BROS. IO?\ packs Ashton, Marshall’s and , ^UU Gr und Alum Salt, daily ex pet ed, MARSHALL & WARD, No 11 King street, near the Rail Road, sep 30 __ HBA/.INS’ S A PON AC lOU S COM • POUND, a very superior article for shav ing, just received, and for sale by RICHARD E. SI ONE, Druggist, oct 3 King street MILL FEED WANTED— I want to pur chase five i lion sand bushels ci the vari ous kmdsot Mill Feed. ...r oc! 3 THOMAS DAVY. G A. SALT. — 500 sacks Ground Alum Sait, • afloat per steamer Parker Vein, for sale by J. J. WHEAT & BRO’S. oct 3 __ CHANDLES—Sperm, Pearl, Adamantine, j Imperial Steanne and Mould Candles, for sale at WHITE’S, Post Office corner, oct 3 _ COMMON ROSIN—60 bbls. Common Ro sin, just received, and tor sale by THOMAS * DYER, Janney’s Wharf, oct 4 __ _ AVAN A SEGARS.—A fresh supply of choice Havana Segars, just received, and for sale by HENRY COOK, Sarepta Hall. oct 3__ TIERRING —100 bbls. No. 1, Potomac Her '* J^J. WHRAT & BROS. I7EATHERS.—300 lbs. prime Feathers, lor «*a30by J. J. WHEAT & BROS. A' LEXANDRIA. Va., September, is53 Wellg A. Harper & Co., »\ hole-' i sale Dealers in Boots, Niue*, Hats, (Japs, &c., j have tbe pleasure to announce to their custom | ers ami other dealers, the arrival ot their Fall j Mtock, comprising I80o Cases and Cartoons j <jj the various description ol goods in their line, all oi which were purchased direct of the Man ufacturers m New England, under the most favorable circumstances, and consisting in part as follows, viz: i Men’s, Boy»’and Youth's Thick.hoots. 44 4. “ Hungarian 1st Wax “ 44 .4 “ Napole’n & Fishing “ 44 »4 “ Kip Welt 4 4t ii “ Calf,Kip, Mo. & Grain “ 44 4; “ Kx. tine Fr. Calf “ 44 44 “ Cork iSole “ j 44 4. “ Thick Brogans, i 44 44 ‘4 Planter’s u 44 4; “ Calf, Kip & Grain “ 44 44 *‘ Unbound u i. 44 4i Fine Calf, Oxford, Union & Franklin M i Women’s thick Planter and Army “ 44 Call, Kip and Grain.Bools. ! 44 44 44 “ Peg’d. Buskins. 44 44 4; 44 Strap Shoes. Misses Call, Kid, Kip & Grain, Wtlt Buskins 44 hue Kid and Mo. Ties and “ 44 Biack Lasting and Bronz-d Gaiters. « Goat and Grain.Buskins. Ladies fine Calf, Kid ami Goal Weil.“ *4 4Lady Franklin,’ ‘Parodt’& *J. Lind’ “ u Enameled Pat Tip. “ Black Lasting and Bronzed Nik Gaiters. “ Fashionable Kid and Mo. Slippers, with a general variety ol Dress Goods in this line. Also, Children’s polished sole Grain Lace Buo:s; do. Enameled and Pat Call do ; do. BPk Lasting and Bronzed Siik do ) do. col’d. Mo. and Lasting do.: 75 cases Metallic Rubbers, lor Men and Women, Misses, boys and youths. 'J heir stock ot Hats and Caps has been well ; and carefully selected, comprising 20!) cases ol j the latest and most fashionable styles to be found in the northern cities, and consisting ol | Men’s Silk, Angola and Brush citizen, Stitt Bnm, Biack Cass, Artiste, Jenny Lind, Kos suth, Plaid and Black V\ ool, with a steal vari ety ot black Cloth, Glazed and oilier Caps ot the most fashionable styles, with 250 I ravell ing (fair ami black Leathei) Trunks and V a lieces; also, 2000 lbs. Shoe Thread, assorted sizes. The increased facilities for trade and transportation, via Railroad and Canal has in duced them lo extend their purchases beyond their usual limits, and they aie now prepared to otter to merchants and other dealers as great inducements as can be lound in any o! the northern cities. They invite a call trorn all in search ol bargains, as it is their deteimina tion to sell at such prices as cannot fail to please. W. A. HARPER & CO., Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria. sep 17—eoii George h. bayne & co., wholesale dealers in BOOTS, SHOES, H A I S, CAP.>, &c., would beg leave most respectfully to call the attention ot merchants generally, to their unusually large stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, GAPS’, &c , consisting in part as fol lows, viz: Men’s, Boy’s, and Youth’s Thick........ Boots “ u “ Hungarian i ap Sole u “ u K:p and Calf “ “ “ i; Long Leg Grain “ “ 14 44 Water Pf., Kip,& Calf 41 “ 44 44 Cork Sole Calf “ “ ‘c 44 Fine Dress Fr , Calf 44 “ 44 44 Oak Sole Nail 44 Men’s, Boy's, and Youth’s Thick.Brogans 4* “ Kip, Calf, & Grain 44 44 44 Army and Planter u “ 44 Unbound Wax 44 ‘k “ Call half Welted “ 44 44 Imitation Such 44 44 44 44 Oxford 'l ies “ 44 4 4 Congress Boots *• 14 Patent Leatlier, Oxford, anil Monteray Ties 4* 44 Enamelled Leather, Union, and Oxford 'l ies Women’s Planter and Dutch Boots; do Calf, Kip, and Grain Welted do.; do Imitation Goat | Poika do.; do Enamelled Leather do. do ; do Pegged Buskin 'Ties, and Jenny Linds do V\ died Strap Walking Siio.-s; do Goal and Morocco Buskins ♦> to P: do Kid and Gram do ; Misses Pegged and Sewed Boots; do fine Mo rocco Bu-km.-; do do do Slippers; Ladle.- fine Kid and Morocco Buskins; do do do do Hxcel snors and l ies; do do do do Parodi Buskins; do no Enamelled and Patent Leather Albon*; «’o Black and Bronze Silk and Lasting Gaiters; do do Lasting halt Gaiters; do Patent Leather and Kid Slippers; Children’s Silk Gaiters; do fancy Patent'lip Boots; do Morocco Welt do.; do common Roan do ; do Pegged Boots Polka Cut, together with a general assortment of Men’s, Women’s, Misses’, and Children’s Metalic Over Shoes. - HATS, CAPS, &c.—Men’s Metropolitan' Kersey Hats; do Rockland and Magyar do ; do j Panama and Artist do.; Men’s, and Boy’& line j Wool Hats; do dr* common do. do ; do do line ! Navy Cloth Caps; no do do B ack Cloth, difier ent style.-; do do do Silk Plu.-h do j do do Cot ton do. do.; do do common Cloth* low priced do ; do do do Giazed do ; do do Corded do. do ; do do Imitation Leather do. do ; Children’s tine Cloth and Velvet do ; do common do ; all of which, together with a good assortment of Trunks and Umbrellas they have now in store, and to an examination ot which they would particularly call the attention ol dealers? in want of GOODS in their line, as they are determined to sell on satisfactory »erms. sep20—eo2m GEO H. BAYNE te GO._ Wsl C. BAYNE. N. W. Corner oy • Kino and Water Streets, Alexan dria, Va—Would respectfully invite the at tention of dealers generally to their present st«»ck of GROCERIES. They believe that with their large supply on hand, having been i i _ I .. k. I « l I o I fi •kiltrohS/iw iaiu in i'civic ...... they are prepared to contend successfully with all uvals, northern markets not excepted.— They offer lor sale 150 hhds. P. R., Cuba and N. 0. Sugars, part strictly choice; 175 packages Loat, Crushed, Pulverized ami Granulated do; 115 bbls. Cot* tee Sugars, aborted qualities; 125 hhds. P. K , Muscovado, Cardenas and Sugar House Molas ses; 75 bt>ls. Sugar House Syrup, part superior; 400 bags Kio Coffee, part nark green; 300 do. and Pockets prime old Java Mocco Coffee; 150 do. Manilla and Marricaibo uo.; 150 half chests Gunp. Imp, Y. H and Black Teas, assorted qualities, selected w.th great care, with an es pecial view to the wants ol country merchants, and will be sold under a guarantee to give sa tisfaction, or no sale. 60 bbis. winter bleach ed Sperm, winter b’eached whale,crude whale, Elephant and Linseed ( bis, of superior quality. 425 boxes best Sperm. Adamantine ana Solar Sperm and Mould Candles. SO kegs white Lead, first and second quality; 260 bags Shot, assorted numbers; 700 lbs. Bar Lead; Safety Fuse; Rifle and Blasting Powder; 115 coils Cotton, Manilla and Sisal Rope; 150 Uoz. bed Cords and Leading Lines; 50 bales Wrapping Twine; 600 reams coarse Wrapping ana Tea Paper; a well assorted stock of Fooiscap and Letter do.; do. do. do. letter Envelopes; 100 boxes Pearl Starch; 50 bales Almonds assorted, Pecan Nuts, Fillberts, Brazil Nuts and English j Walnuts; 50 boxe< Bunch Raisins; 35 do. Rock Candy; 5 cases Canton Preserved (linger; 75 j boxes Colgate’s Toilet Soap, assorted and Cas- : tile; 150 boxes brown, black and yellow Soaps; i 20 boxes Fig Blue: 25 do. Extract Logwood; ! ! 10 barrels chipped do.; 115 barrels and casks ! super carb Soda, Sal Soda, Roll Brimstone, j Saltpetre, Alum, Epsom Salts. Copperas, Mad- j der, &c , &c ; 35 boxes and kegs Soda Sal ./Era- ! rat us; 35 bags Pepper, Allspice and Clove!*; 65 ; boxes and kegs Ground Ginger, Pepper, Cinna- i mon and Cloves: 20 boxes Ground Coffee; 10 : do. Ci ocolate; 500 bags Ashton’s Salt, for ; family or Dairy purposes; 10 boxes Maccaroni; j 100 gross Matches; 75 dozen Corn Brooms and Whisps; 150 do. painted and varnished Pails, | Cedar Ware and Horse Buckets; 60 nests pain- j ted and unpainted Tubs; half bushel and peck Measures; Window Glass, S by 10 and 10 by 12; Putty; Chalk; CTanhed Cider Vinegar; Black ink, Mason’s Blacking; Lamp Black; Mustard; Pipes, &c ,&c. sep 13—eotf Yellow bank TOBACCO.-Goodwin’s Yellow Bank T obacco, received, and tor sale by HENRY COOK, Sarepta Hall, oct 3 __ SEED WHEAT.—200 bosbel. prime white Wheat, for Seed, in store, and THOMAS & DYER, Jannej’s Wharf, oct 4____ HOBENSACK’S WORM SYRUP, a fresh supply, just receivejLand for by oct 3 HENRY COOK, Sarepta Hall. JOB PRINTING AV ith/irfi Hied, frith despatch jtt the Oft* e nf the ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. Corner of Prince and. Fairfax streets, ALEXANDRIA, VA. PAMPHLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, CIRCULARS, TICKETS, H ANDBILLS, BLANKS,&c.,Kc., of WARRANTS. every description, Printed at the shortest notice,and upon as rea sonable terms as at any office South ol the Po tomac . Ordersfor any description of Printing, willbe received and executed, in the handsomest style. ijryWe have just received a large addition to our assortment ol J OB 1 \ PE, which will en able ustogive satisfaction in the execution ol all orders with which we may he favored. oct IJ—tf _ ALEXANDRIA BOOK BINDERY AM) Blank Book Manufactory, GAZETTE BUILD IMG. BOOKS of every "description, Made to Order, and Elegantly Bound, in j J&Gjr* Any Style of Binding, With every attention paid to the proper ar rangement of plates in works illustrated, a«d at a much cheaper rate than any other estab lishment in the United States. V\ ork carefully packed for the Country, F R F E O F A N Y E X P E N S E. MUSIC, LAW BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, &c„ Bound vjiicn the Shortest Notice, And in the most durable manner. nov 13—eotf Good medicines.-stabler^ DIAR RHOEA CORDIAL is a pleasant Mixture, j compounded in agreement with the rules of j Pharmacy, of therapeutic agents, long known i and celebrated for their peculiar efficacy in cur- j ing DIARRHOEA, and similar affections of the j system. In its action, it allays nausea and pro- | duces a healthy condition of the LIVER, thus j removing the cause at the same time that it cures j the disease. STABLUR’S ANODYNE CHERRY EX PECTORANT is confidently recommended to . Invalids, as unsurpassed by any known prepara- ' lion, for the cure of COUGHS, HOARSE- j NESS, and other forms of COMMON COLDS; BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CROUP. CON SUMPTION in an early stage, and for the RELIEF of the Patient even in advanced stages of that fatal disease. It combines, in a scientific manner, remedies ; of long esteemed value, with others of more re- i cent discovery ; and besides its soothing and tonic qualities, acts through the skin gently, and ; with great efficacy, for the cure of this class of! diseases. The valuable MEDICINES above named h»fA rorontlv hppn introduced, with the approval of a number of lire Medical Prolession in the i City of Baltimore and elsewhere, and in practice have succeeded most admirably in curing the , diseases for which they are prescribed. They j are offered to the Country Practitioner, as Med- | iemes which can h? in all respects depend upon, j as prepared in agreement with the experience of some of the most learned and judicious Physi cians, and strictly in conformity with the rules of Pharmacy, and as especially serving his con venience, who cannot so readily as the City j Physician, have his own prescriptions compound- j ed by a practical Pharmaceutist. See the descriptive Phamphlets, to he had gratis of all who have the Medicines for sale, ; containing recommendations from Doctors j Martin, Balt/ell, Addisou, Payne, Handy, Love, j &LC Doctor S. B. Martin says, “l do not hesitate ! to recommend your DiarrhtPa Cordial and Ano- ; dyne Cherry Expectorant,” &c. Doctor John Addison says, “It gives me much j pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, in favor of the extraordinary efficacy of your j Diarrhma Cordial, tec. ; and of the Expec- j torant. I have no hesitation in recommending j it as a most valuable medicine,” &c. Doctor R. A. Payne says he has used the; Diarrhoea Cordial in his practice “with the hap- j piest effect, and thinks it one of the most conve- i nient and efficient combinations every offered to our profession ” Doctor L. D. Handy writes, “l have adminis-i tered vour Anodyne Expectorant in several cases of Bronchial Affection, with the most happy re- j suits, and from a knowledge of its admirable ef- i feels, 1 can, with the greatest confidence, recom- j mend it,’1 &c. Doctor \V. S. Love writes to us that he has j administered the Exj ectorant to his wife, who ! has had the Bronchitis for fourteen yeais, and that she is fast recovering from her long stand ing malady. It has in a few weeks done her more good than all the remedies she has hereto- | fore used under able medical couosel. Twenty-seven of the most respectable Mer chants, residents of Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, who have sold and used these medicines themselves,say,“from our own expe l ienee and that of our customers, we do confi dently recommend them Pro Bono Publico. We j have never known any remedies used for the j di>ea*e for which they are prescribed, to De so efficient, and to give such entire satisfaction to j alb” For sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and Country Storekeepers generally. E. H. STABLER & CO., Wholesale Drug- j gists, 1 ‘20 Pratt street, Baltimore; and by the ; following agents. JOHN LEAD BE A l ER, JAS ENTWISLE,; Jr., and R. II. STABLER, Alexandria: CON- j RAD 6i HURST, and J. R. TAYLOR, Fair-; fav- Cnurt House: JAMES JETT, Washington, and jOHN JETT, Jr., Sperryville, Rappahan- j nock County; Washington Druggists, and Lou doun merchants generally. Also by Country Merchants throughout the United States, jy 2—d&cfim TM PORTA N T i O KA KM ERS.— Rkad this j X with care.—The undersigned having be-; come the agents for manufacturing and vend ing. with the right to u-e, within the District ot Columbia, Alexandria, Fairfax, and Prince i William County, Virginia, M. D. WELL’S | Late Patent Improved GRASS SEED SOWER, will, in a few days, be prepared to turnis.fi ; thi*, one of the most valuable and useful, as 1 well as one of the cheapest improvements ever produced. It only wants to be seen bv any j Practical Farmer, to know that it is indisjen sihie. and should he in the hands of every Good Farmer. The labor, time, and Seed , saved by this Machine will more than pay its j cost (which is only five dollars,) in sowing a | few acies, independent of its having sowed i more regular arid better than it can possibly be j sowed by hand. A boy with this Machine j can do the work of three or four men, with a j saving ot one-third of the Seed, and the finest j grass seed can be sown in windy weather with the greatest regularity. It will be ready tor delivery, and exhibited by us or our agents in the above counties, as i soon as a sufficient supply can be had lor the demand. ! Orders directed to us, or JOHN H KING, ; Georgetown, I). C ,will he promptly attended to. j Undoubted certificates or the highest author- | ity can be shown, if desired, but to a practical j farmer trie Machine will recommend itself. KING &; BABCOCK. Nurserymen, | Georgetown, sep 19—tf Georgetown, D. C. j Cl HOICK FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL j J '] REES.—The subscribers respectfully in* form the citizens of Alexandria and the public generally, that thev are prepared to hll a 11 or ders for CHOICE FRUIT and Oi\N A MEN TAL TREES. Our stock consists of all the. most desirable F R U I I N such a.** Applet Pear-5, Stcrdure, and Dwarf, 0h« J* ' j signed lor Garden cultivation.) PEACHES, PLUMS, CHERRIES, APKiCOT, wiJaH. o;her articles usually grown in the Nursery j ""we will deliver ihe abov- named varieties in Alexandria, in tune for tall planting, at the “S™—.W»r« Peaches... ..$15,00 u “ Pears. Cherries, Plums, Apricots, and Grapes, 50 cents each. Orders left with Mr. R. H. Reynolds, Yeates’Garden, will be promptly attended to by „3. KING & BABCOCK. Georgetown. D. C., sen 2*2—tf I IN EGA R.—Old Vinegar. c‘d;r for sale at oct 3 Post Office corner. bVDANlBI. F. HOOE. Loudoun land for sale.—The uo-l dersigned wishes to sell a TRACT OF LAND, situate in Loudoun Couni}, Va.; lying between the Leesburg and i'ointol Rocks Road, and the Potomac River, above Noland's Ferry, containing 72 Acres, 1 Rood, and 29 per ches; subject to lease for two years from the 1st of Juntuiiy next, which paysannuall} and an adjoining WooJ U>t, containing 25acies,and i 29 perches. Also his interest (one sixth) in an adjoining tract of land, owned and held by Mrs. j Slinks, the widow John Spinks dec’d., as tier dower right during her lifetime, containing up wards of 300 Acres. All ot said property is a part of one traci of land owrel and held by John Spinks, dec’d , during his lifetime, and : reputed to he as valuable, and in as tine state j of cultivation as any property in Loudoun com- j ty. Persons u ishmg to purchase will no doubt make a profitable investment, and are requested ! to call upon John M. Orr, at Leesburg, who! is authorized to make sale, or upon the sub-. scnber in Alexandria, Va. I wish to sell three HOUSES and LOTS , iliiiin Alexandria; two of said houses are ! Irame, and newl} built, the other is a small brick neatly new, situate on the south side of Wolle street, and west of Washington, and within less than three squares of the O & A.R.R Depot, and immediately between the residence of M; Edward Green, and the property of Mr. Robert G. \ iolelt. Those wishing to purchase will call on me. auz 23—eotf SAM L. BEACH. i VALUABLE Farm, near Alexandria. y r Sale —1’he subscriber will sell his preseni re-idence at Burgundy, consisting ot 210 ACRES OF LAND, about fifty of which are mi wood and ihe balance ui a good state of cu.tiva'ion. On the premises (surrounded by a large and beautiful lawn, dotted with trees and shrubs.) is a large and commodious DWEL a LING HOUSE, commanding a line view ot the City of Alexandria and the \ alley oi tne Cameron. From the house is seen the two lines of Rail load, the Gordoesville and .Manassas Gap. ihe fatter running through the farm, and the cars are Seen as they emerge from the city and pass up the Cameron VaJle} for miles. On the premises is a large new barn, a brick carriage house and siables sheds for cattie, corn house, meat house and other out houses. A fine apple orchard, peaches, cherries, plums and pears, in abundance, fine grapes, a large asparagus bed, a large flower garden fill ed with a great variety ot ever blooming roses, >hiubs and plants, a never-failing spring ol ex cellent water near the bouse, and a fine stream 1 ol water, which could be converted into a beau tiful fisti pond. This larm presents attractions seldom equal led. Its beau tv of position, the healthfulness of its locality, ami it* proximity to the City ol Al exandria and the National Capitol, make it one of the mo**t desirable places o! residence.— , Terms ol sale made easy. T . A. STOUTEN BURGH. Burgundy, sep 15—eotf Avery valuable farm in Staf ford COUNTY FOR SALE, known by the name of RA V ENSWOOD, lying on Potomac Run, three miles trom Falmouth, Va., (the Great Southern Stage Road passes tbrought it.) con tamgGII AGRES. About 350 ACRES bot tom land, cleared, the rest in wood and timbei; about 30 acres well set in clover, and 75 acre* was sowed this Spring in clover, timothy, herd's grass, orchard, and other grass seeds, mixed. MTI.e building* are a good B R 1 C K DWELLING HOUSE, slate rooled, con taining 1 good rooms on the lower floor, and 3 on the second floor; a good Grist Mill just repaired, Ice Hou.-e, Smoke House, Corn House, and all necessary out houses, such a? Barn, Stables, four good out Houses lor ov er>eeTs and negio quarters, &c., and three tenements m the woods, rented. A further descnption ts deemed unnecessary, as it is sup posed any person wish ing to purchase would examine »he premises. It is well *miated to be divided into two nr three iarms. If desirable a very liberal credit will be given on one hall the purchase money. For further inlor m at ion apply by le ter, or otherwise, to the subscribe! on the premises. Direct letters to the Falmouth Post Office. DANIEL SOMERS. Ravens wood, Stafford Co., near Falmouth, Va. sep 13—eolmo REWARD. —Ran a way from the <U>OL/v/ subscriber, living near Buckland, Prince William County. \a., on Sunday, the 25th instant, negro man TH()RSIOS% aboui 30 years of age, stout and very dark. 5 fee*, 7 or S inches in height, wide mouth, thick lips, and high cheek hones, slow of speerh, and much inclined to laugh or smile, when spo ken to, little or no beard, and has a con siderable stoop about the neck and shouMers When last seen he had on a white felt hat and blue irock coat. Kit y dollars will be given if taken in any part ol this Sta'e, one hundred dollars if taken in any other Slave Slate, two hundred dollars in Pennsylvania, anil thiee hundred doilats in any other tree State— prov ded m all cases he is secured in jail, so J get him again. T M. WASHINGTON. Buckland. *ep 27—poll r|UIK STRASBUKG ACADEMY, Lanca* 1 tku County, Penn — Will open its 30th session on the \ st of November, lb-73. I he In stitution it» -ituated eight miles southeast ol Lancaster City, I«orn which jdace there is a ii• ji:v in Strushnor. leaving ihe citv everv afternoon at 3)6 o’clock. Fare37^ cents*. Access ma\ oe obtained to the Academy by a nranch railroad which connects Strashurg with Hie Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad at Leamon Place, twelve mihs east ot Lan caster city. Rons will he prepared for ( o lege, and tor the various businesses of life. Number of Teachers m the Institution is six. For Cat alogues addres* JESSE ORKN, M. I)., Principal. Sirashurg. Lancaster Co , Pa, Sep 14 —3m. Valuable potomac land for 1 SALE.—The subscriber offers at private sale, th - farm on which he re-ules, in Pomon key Neck, l harlesCo.. Md., immediately oppo* 1 site ihe White House Pavilion, and containing 300 ACRES, more or ’e<s It has on it a Mgood DWELLING, with everv necessary outbuilding, ail new arid in good order.— 1 he so l is good, well adapted to corn, wheat, tobacco, and melons, and suscept ltite of any degree of improvement ll he* immediately Or t ie nv-r, about 15 miles from Alexandria. It is not necessars to *o into a more minute de scription, a- those wishing to purchase, will )\ course examine lor themselves, as lliev are in vited to do RICHARD. W. BRYAN. Charles Co , Md , sep 22—eotlstD UMSHERY FOR RENT.—The subscriber I? wishes to lea-e for three or five years, the well known SHAD and HERRING FISHERY i known by name as Bryan’s Point, the property o* the late Wm. Bryan, of Rd., (dec’d ) together , I with all the outfit, comprising three good seme < boats, seines, ropes, &c. If the above is not leaded on or before the 1 ^tk o/ October nejt, it will on that dav be offered lothe highest biuder, at the Mansion House, in Alexandria. Ya. hor ; further particulars enquire of toe subscriber, at Piscataway, Pr. Geo.. Co., Md. Pi8catawa>,r^r BRVANf Allm,r of | au<* i2—eotd* Wm. Bryan, of Rd., dec’d. ' ; house and lot for sale.—i j Will Sell at private sale the HOUSE pllilil A \ f) LOT on Union, between King j and Prince streets, occupied as a »tore and ; dwelling lor twenty ^ears past. The lot is! bounded on the north and west by a twenty feet j alley, and can be so altered as to make a fine i store house for the iai 1 road tiade. 'i he cars pass immediately in front of this property- fr or i terms. &c., am>lv to SAMUKL J. Mct-OR-1< MICK, or RUDOLPH AlASSKY. jy 29—eotf _ __j THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased tne j j entire stock of MARBLE, belonging to ^ H. C. Neale, is prepared io furnish the citizens < of Alexandria and adjoining Counties, with HEAD and FOOT STONES; also, MONU MEN I S and TOMBS, of the best American and Italian Marble. They will be lorwarde.l j to any part of this or adjoining Counties. Ail THOMAS L*KO. jy so—eotf Alexandria, Va. OVVANrvs TONIC MIXTURE for fever and ague; a full supp-ly, jusl.ff#cJ?;?*<i,l aD<* for sale by JAS. ENT YV ISLE, )r., sep 21 Apothecary, opposite Sarepta HalL nUTTY- Fresh—juat from th. factory tor i sale by Hbl\Rt rttl., | oct 5 cor. King U Fairfax eta. AUCTION SALKS. 1JUKMS ANI) CAKi FOR SALE.—Will 11 ! «• .old opposite itie Market Square, on Saturday morning, Sth instant, at 10 o clcck, a ROAN HORSE, rides and draws well m harness. Also, a second band CAR I and GEAR. , , . f 1 ehms ck Sale—A credit of ninety ua}s for approved endorsed notes, oci 0 -—31 GKO. WHITE, A net. VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE —I will sell publicly on the lit day of November next, a valuable FARM, lying in Culpeper County, Va , one mile from Brandy Depot, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and six miles from Culpeper C. H. It contains about 370 A C R E S; 270 ol which are cleared, the remainder in wood. I will sell also 75 acres of wfood land a halt mile south ol Brandy Depot. 'I be terms will be made accommodating to the purchaser.— Whoever wishes a healtbv location in a good neighborhood, will do well to cal' upon me, aud l will take pleasure in showing the premi ses to those who may wish it. JOHN GLASSELL. C ilneppr Countv. od H—eots VARIK J \ SALE —This Evening, commen cing at 7 o'clock, will he sold at m> auc tion room, a large lot of GOODS, consisting of Cloth«, Cashmeres, Cabinet*, Vestim;*, Calic »es, Mou>lin, Shawls Silk Handker chiefs, Flannels, Blankets, Iki-h Linen, Carpet Ho-iery, Glove*, Comp-. Ra z )R.*, Cutlery. Knives and Forks, Shovel and Tong*, Tea Tray* and Waiters, Ci/vk-. all kinds: fink Gol d Lever and Lepine Watches. Silver in, Jewelry, &c , &c. oc 4—41 GKO. WHITE, Auct. BY GEORGE WHITE—Auctioneer. INTERESTING JO DRAYMEN, FAK 1 MKRS AND O T H E K S-H 0 R S K S. CARTS, DRAYS kc.. at AUCTION -1 he sub briber intending to change bis business, will on Monday, the 17th instant, at II o'clock, at Major Saiigbtera Stable, between Alfred and Fairick streets. dispose of his entire .-took ot HORSES, CARTS, DRAYS, &c., consisting of 2 line wotk Horses, well broken u Har ness, gentle and kind 2 Carts and Gear complete, nearly new 2 Drays, hi good order, several Fl^cuh . Harrows, &c , &c. Terms ce Sale.—All sums of and tinder $20 cash, over *40 and not exceeding $5 , CO U*s, and for all sums over $50 a credit of four months will be given for approved pndors. d notes. FRANCIS F. ASHFORD, oct 4—eots _ L-UKN11UKK, B A K I K U KSTABLI5H D M L'VT k - .. ...ttcAfihar hit Miir i i a. A- ITM M si. * M j - » MV wu i/w'v • • wvi ' "O dined the Baking business, will sell at his Bake House, on Prince, between Roval and Fairfax streets, on luemlay, the 11/4 instant. u/ 10 o'tloik, all his HOUSEHOLD and KI i ( HEX FURNITURE, consisting of one excellant Mahogany Writing Desk w ith Drawi rs Bu reau, Tables. Chairs. Glass Sliding Cases, ( ar- r pets, Andirons, Shovel, Tong*, and Fenders, live Feather Bed*, thirty Quilts and Counter (•anes, Bedsteads, Mat:rea>es, one excellent .Vlaho tany Ciadle, with Bed complete, a good article; two Cupboards, two Counter Dt-sas, China Glass, and Stoneware, two Brass Ket tles, lot ol old Books, parcel of Tools, and old lion, several Sashes, with Glass, Venitian Window Blinds, &c ,&c. Also, all the fixtures bel nging to his Bakery, such as Pans, Trough, Bench, &c., together with two barrels prime Herring*, put up for family u>e; 4 choice Bee Hives, well filled. Terms, cash on delivery. JOHN CHURCHMAN, oct 4—d7t GEO. WHITE, Auct. IJUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PROPER r TV IN VVAKRENTON —By Virtue ot a decreed the Circuit Court of Fauquier coun ty, pronounced at its September term, 1803. in the suit ot Baker vs. Bronaugh, and at the Commissioner thereby appointed, l shall p«o ceed to sell at Public Auction, on the Jaw lit Monday in October nex/,(lhat being Court dav) upon the premises, that very valuable ami long M established Tavern property, known a> the ‘• H ARRESTOS HOUSE," w ith the Buildings connected therew ith. I he Lot contains about one acre, is situated near the centreof the town, convenient to the Rail road Depot, and has been lavorably known a* a Public House for nearly three quarters ol a century. 1 will aLo sell at the same time and place, a Lot in said town, used as a GARDEN LOT in connexion with said Hotel, and situated on Jail street. The terms of sale will be as follows; Eor ca*h as to so much as will be necessar> to de fray the expenses of sale and pay the sum ot $5,035 10, with interest on $4000, part thereof, from the 1st January, 1553; and upon crediis as to the residue, as follows: $1,300 to be paid on the 1st ot January, 1851; $1210 on the 1st of January, 1855; 1180 on the 1st January, 1S56; $1120 on the 1st of January, 1557; and $1060 on the 1st of January, 1855, or upon the same credits and for the same amounts until tfie pur chase money is exhausted—the deferred irmtai inents to he secured by bond with good per sonal security, ihe title to be retained subject :o the order of the Court. It is expected that by consent of parties, arrangement* will be made whereby the cash pay ment will be re* iuced, and an absolute title obtained without twailing the action of the Court. But this is merely suggested, and forms no part of the erms author zed by the Court. SAMUEL CHILTON, Comrn r. \\ arrenton, oct 4—eots I3UBLIC SALE —I will sell to the b.ghest 1 bidder on 'Thursday, the \ ‘Mh of October lest, on the premises, all iny landed property, ymg in the county of Fauquier. The Fatmon kvh ch I reside, adjoins the lands of the Messrs Smiths, and contains 545 ACRES, is -f good quality, and in a good state ol cuitiva ation; well timbered, watered, and fenced —has on it a comfortable DWELLING, ;o;»d Barn, and all necessary improvement*. The other contains 44 ACRES, 10 of v* hich ire in timber, and adjoins the lands of K H. Smith and R. B. Horner. At the same time and place; I will sell all my stock of every de*cription. the growimr crop of Corn, Farming, Uten-ils, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. Terms of Sale.—For the Land : One-third of the puichase money in hand, the residue 111 two equal annual instalments, with interest Irom the date, with a deed of trust and personal security to secure the deterred payment For the Stock and all other Property, i credit ol twelve months will he given on •urns exceeding five dollars—under five dol ar.«, cash. The purchaser to give bond with improved security, bearing interest from dale; )ut the interest to be remitted if the principal ie punctually paid. Sale positive, and with )ut reserve. HENRY GLASSCOCK, sep 19—eots A FARM FOR SALE—1 will sell at public auction, on Tuesday. 1st of November, any [•'arm containing about 170 ACRES, and ly ng within two miles ol VVarreMon, Va , im nediately on the Railroad to Alexandria, the :ars stopping immmediately at the spot, every lay. The Farm is well watered, well timber ed and the *>il equal to any iri the neighbor hood. Tne BUILDING suitable lor a aji genteel family, with all Out Houses in ij, gjod order. A further description is jnnece.*sary, as all who may desire to puichabe A-iif view the premise*. TERMS will be liberal, and to suit the pur :ha*er. 1 will also sell on the same day, four kVork-Horse*, two yoke of Oxen, six Milch ?ow*, 1.0 head of young Cattle, 20 bead of hogs 0 Stacks Hay, a quantity of Fodder, and *00 >arre!s Corn. Also, Household and Kitchen Kurniture, Farming Implement**, a new set of rliack^mith’s Tools, a patent Wheat Fan, Ike, kc. 'Perms, 0 months credit on all sums over HO, with interest from date. WM. S. CLARKE. Warrenton, Va., oct 4—eo3w ECHOES VVANIECT—T^vtsh To pur chase any number of NEGROES, either m families, or single NEGROES. Also, me :banic* of all kinds, for which l will pay the highest eash prices. Persons wishing to sell will find it to their advantage to set me or my Agents before they sell. All communications will meet with prompt attention if addressed to me, at this place. jy 16-tf JOSEPH BRUIN. 5000 •gS* 6AG!i !°ELDRll)GK. I