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VOL. MV FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 2L )SS& _NO. 2o0.
— - — - i „ a Ji/f* Ar. ! The Great Kentuckv Southern Ppmedv! I MISCELLANEOUS RFADINO
Alexandria Gazette & Virginia Advertiser
published d »LY by
EDGAR SNOWDEN,
A : Elgin Dollars per annum, payable haltyearly
Alexandria Gazette A Virginia Advertiser,
(eor the country)
IS PUBLISHED, REGULARLY, ON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS,
A * h v e dollars per annum, payable i n advance.
ft-, km > it' Aovkk riSi.Nu.—Advei tisenimts no iex*
ce ding one square, i user ted t h ree ti we?, for one
d >ilar. Advertisements continued itter three
11 -ne«*% : or oOcents a square kok each inner vion
s n| >K, o r Jo cents outside . Sixteen l ines are
e.»nnted as a square.
A Iverttseiueutsby the year,atprice^to beagreed
upon, naviug reference to the usua 1 amouutol
space they may occupy.
p.r, , is advertising by the yeai not to advertise
arti l ' not included in their regular business,
a >r .o insert m theiradvei* *ement,any other
n , m tli in their ow.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
The Great Southern Mad will clo^e daily a!
6 o'clock. A. M. L>
l'ne Warremon and Manassas Lap Koii.e
Mails, at 7 o’clock, A. M. “
The Culpeper Co art House Route Mai, clos
es daily, at 2 P. M., and arrives at 10, A. M.
The first Mai! tor Washington City only, at
Slo o'clock, A M. ......
The Great Sorthem Mail at l o Ciock. r. * *•
The second Northern amt Southern Mail, via
Washington, daily, at 4 o'clock, P M
The Northern Neck Mails at six o'clock, A.
M > daily. A , , , u
Theological Seminary Mail, at 4 o c.ock, r.
M., daily. , .
The Middlehurg Route Mail at 7 o clock,
A M.,on Tuesdays, Thursdays.and Saturdays.
The Leesburg Route Mail at 1* o clock, P.
M , on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Tridays.
The Occoquan Mail at 10 o'clock. A. M , on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, an ! Saturday
The Office will he opened Iro n 7l.> o clock,
A. M., to 6 o'clock, P M., allowing sufficient
time only, tor the opening and closing ot thej
principal Mails.
R K L U L All LI N K
NKW YORK and
alexasdria packe ts,
Composed of the following fust class Vessels,
which leave New York every Saturday, or
oftener, if necessary ;
Schr. Arctic, L. k. Wilson, Master.
“ Hamilton, A Dayton, 41
44 Senator. •» Jivers,
44 Fairfax, M. Osborn,
44 Statesman, J W»cks
44 Kmpike, W.Sinth,
44 Arlington, J. March.
4* Montr4>ss, H. Lewis.
The above were built expressly tor this trade ,
and are commanded by well known and e\pe-,
rienced masters. Shippers by this line tout be\
afforded every possible facility and freight Kill j
be taken at the lowest rates.
Tbe above Vessels will sail regularly as ad
vertised, (full or not lull,) and will come
through direct. For fre'gh apply to
STKPHKN SHINN & SON,
Jannev's hart, Alexandria.
STURGKS, t LKAKMAN & ('O
ap ->i 111) Wall street. New York.
PhTlAUKLPHIA and **4: ;
alexasi>m\ PACKP / '
[f^uJtir hue to aid p»i!tvt!y t" >» "«'• /*•"'
EVERY WEEK THK •VGHnt T THE ^ !
FI VK SUB-TAN 1 lA I- FA-T -AILING \ , j
BEING NOW ENGAGED IN TH1- LINE. ONE Ot
them will sail for Pnila lei pari, every uee
KKTURNfNG, one of these lAlk
F1 S will leave Philadelphia. for A exam i
and the District, every Saturday, past-1vety,
through the year. FUKlOH IS lower thus
BY ANY OTHER CONVEYANCE AND NO TRAN-HIF
MUST. THE VKSSKLS G *ING DIRECT FROM F *R 1
L'4 iP L't'L'It'll I A FI* I A’ IN l HI LA*
*OK FKK,° I.KVI Kt'nuirxiK.
No. 7 North Wharves.or to
STKPHKN SHINN a: SON,
Janney's Wharf, Alexandria, N a.
ap Is- — dtt
= _ „ WASHINGTON AM* Al.KX
£^^SfiAXl>KIA BOAT--The hue, last
£j!j£!nia!odious Steamer CMOS, leaves at
•W*Ri3S.«*.. ■«. »»*
an|!eave Washington, at S, 94, H i- 1L **4. 5’
ai d tjl o'clock. . .. c
Tins Boat has superior accommodations or
the conveyance ol vehicles ol all kinds. ''I l_
out the trouble ami diHicuity ol tak.ns out the
horses. S<tr- Coaches lor the co veyance o
pavsen;ersconnect vv.th the "*f I.™1
o' .heline^ JAMK" >L.
oct 17—nt 1
~ -i ALKXAN DKIA AND WASH
BOAT —Trie line S eam
JT&KO/Jtj £ IVASIUStA 1 ON, leave-a: the
following hours: . .
Leave Alexandria at s, l'* Hi- 11* ‘‘-J* amt <>
/iVlrwk >
Leave Washington at 9, IO4, 124, '-4 4. anu
W«H;*17-tU JOB CORSON. CapUin
tmmm FOR BALTIMORE —The stea
OSCEOLA will on the 25 h
jSJjeinnei^Ofnme'nce running n-gularly to the
ah«,ve place; leaving Washington every Sunday
al-j o'clock. A. M. Returning, leave Balti
more every Tuesday at :t o'clock. I M.
The O-ceola h i* made arrangement- to re
ceive all heights destined lor Alexandria or
Wa-hingto", arriving at Ba ttmore on Mon
d.ysor rue-lavs ol etch week, hv the laiker
Vein Line of Steamers trcmi New >o[k.
Bv this route goods shipped from New tote
on Kiidav’s and Saturdav’sot each week wdl
reach Al'exandria and U ashington Ihe lollow
jug Wednesday.
Nhe will to.eh regularly go r.g and returning
-at Leonardtown, St. Mary's River, and Cone
Kiver, and at the usual landings on the t oto
mac tor signals, or to land.
fc\>r Freight or Passage app'v to
JAMES MITCHELL, Captain, or
CLARENCE JEWETT, A-en«,at Alex*
oct 12—if
» KOI. MCH’NT VERNON.—
^^JjSgg^The regular days tor the steamer
TiEO^rASHISG TUS. for FORT WASH
INGTON AND MOUN T \EKNON. are
MOSDAY, IV EDS ESDA Y. a mi FRIDAY..t
leaving her berth at Paingerheld ^ Wharf, at;
o’clock. Fare, Round Tr p. ~5 c’s
ap 14—dtf SAMUEL GEPNEY, (apt
The Garden at Mt. Vernon, is » ow open
for the inspection of the passengers Mr ,
Hughes has permission from the proprietor of
Mi. Vernon, to admit visito s. by ho'uing bun* i
»t»|f responsible for the preservation of the
flower*, &c., &c. (t v\ j 11 be a source rd gratifi-j
cation to the visitors to Mt. Vernon, to know j
that they have the privilege of go.ng into the
garden, and viewing the l.vyns Intt, ,
planted bv Gen. Washington lu » self. oct 7
.pu*. NOTICE —The steamer CO
JdtSaSl.CUMB!A, being in thorough re
pair, will start on her regular trips from Baft*- i
more, on next Saturday, at 4 o'clock, r. |
jndWHEATfc BKOS. Agent*.
feh IS—tf _-_——
-—r “ BOR BA LTl MORE.—The steam
r^Efcer POWHATAN will receive
jJJj^^^Baltimore, on Friday mid Saturday
,,f£ch «•*«*, and leave on Sunday mnrnmg.
Returning, leave
ray io H Janney’a Wharf.
ORANGF AND ALEXANDRIA KAIL ROAD.
CHAMjiE OF IlOl’KS.
ON AND AR K!! Tin KSI)A Y, October
I>53, daily trains ( Sunday* excepted,)
will be tun over this road, agreeable to the loi
lowing ariangement. .
A train tor Warrenton and intermediate
points will leave the Station, corner ui Duke
and Henry streets, at o'clock, A. M . ar
rive at W arrei'ton, at 11 ocioek A '1.
Returning, will leave Warrenton at a quarter
past l o'clock, l\ jVl. arnvuig in Alexandria ]
at a quarter betore lo clock P M
A tram trom Culpeper C. H. to Mexandua.
and intermediate points, will leave 1 uipeper
H. at ^2 o’clock A M , arriving m Alexan
dria, at 10)2 o'clock A M* .
Returning, will leave Alexandria at 1 4 ° *
clock. P. M , arriving at Culpeper C. H. at I *
o’clock, PM
A daily Stage is running between Gordons
viile and Culpeper, C. H in connection with the
Cars on this and the Virginia Centra! Loads.
THROUGH T1CKKIS.
To Gordonsville,.$4 50
Do Staunton.5*7 50
Do Lynchburg.$7 00
Do Winchester..$4 oo
Per order: \\ . H. BROCKKI 1, Agent,
oet 4—tf
FURTHER EXTESSIUM WEST.
M \NASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD.
DAILY LL\L TO U'LSUiiESTER
rviHK PASSKNGKK AND t R K 1 G H 1
1 TRAINS are now running daily, (Sundays
excepted.) between Alexandria and Mark
ham Station, 05 miles trom Alexandria, a'u* 4
miles only trom the County of Warren, con
necting by Stage with Middleburg at the Plains,
and by Kemp & Tay lot's daily ime, (via Paris
and Millwood,) with Winchester, ironi Pied
mont. And on Monday's, Wednesday s and
Friday's, (via Front Royal) with Luray. Pom
Markham Station .
Jime TabU on itlauasso* Rap Rail Roan.
Stations
Leave Manassas Station, *-♦ ‘25 o’clock, A- M.
44 Gainesville 14 b 50
44 Thoroughfare *4 10
44 Piams 44 Y) 25
44 Salem 44 lb 40
4* Rectortown 44 10 •)•>
4' Piedmont 41 H bn
Arrive at Markham 44 ll '20
Returning.
Leave Markham Station, 11 50 o dock, A- M*
Piedmont 12 20 * I • *"•
“ Rectortowo u 12 dO
“ Salem 44 12 *0
Plains 44 1 W 41
*• Thoroughfare44 I dO
“ hamesvi le 44 1 4 )
Arrive at Manassas il 2 1»
M M. WRLSH, Superintendent,
my 4—tf
Ok net Oram.k & Ai.kaandria H. K Co.. >
Albxasdkia,<‘CT. lb. lb'll. J
MKKCHANDIZK lor transpoi tation on tins
Road will be received daily.(Sundays-ex
cepted) between the hours ot s o clock. A. 31 •»
and 1 P. M., at the Station, corner ot Duke
and Henrv sts.. under the following regulations:
All articles otlered tor i ransportatiou must be
distinctU marked, and each lot accompanied by
a list in duplicate of the number and descrip
tion of packages to he iorivarded. and the name i
of the consignee and consignor.
Gi n powder will only be forwarder* under
special agreement, and must hr delivered at
the depot, on the mornings of '1 i»e?d.;\. 1hurs
dav and Sitiirda:*. bvl. o'-p t't l o'clock,
oct 19-tf vV. B BROCKKI 1, Agent.
MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD.
f'T* an V~>7 V- IT •' .»U .• 'i-^i
y$: 55^
To Merchants, and forwarding Agents in
Jie tuntli'iu.
ON AND AFLKR Monday, the 27;h ot
September, the lollowmg articles on*),
will he received for tian-poitation. loaded on
Union street, (vi/.:) Guano, Placer, Coa:. tuv
tudes. Lumber (not less than three tons.) Hogs
j heads ot Sugar. Mollies bacon, (not less
i than 1000 ibs. each ) ChurV-ei car-contents
unknown. AM ariic:e< weighing less than
I i 000 Mis each, must be denvereuto tne Agent
! at the Depot, accompanied by a duplicate state
mem specif) »ng the number, desciiption, marks,
destination. Consignor, ami ( oti-ignee. Ami it
articles weighing le-s than ll>00 lbs each, ai*^
round loaded in carson Union street, they win
not be fowaoled. but stored a* the expense ot
the Consignor. Bv order: M- 31. »' KLSM,
>4_tf Superintendent
ADAMS & CO.'S KXPRRSS iO VV ARKRN
ION, VA.
H\ VING assumed the management of the
KxpkkssBoinE'S. ", Wauebton, the tin
! iersnoied a'-urt s t!ie business community and
..T.f.nr Lri.r.Mi-M tti.it tne same promptness
■Itiil tie>p*tieh li‘Ht clia'-tetcuse.- tile E.xp.ev- i'i
other places, shall he toiiinl i»> tins line. Mer
chants ami others will timl '» «<> tin ir intetes!! to
patronize this lint. Hoods from I Inhulelptim
,n 40 hours, or from BalPinme m AH
goods called for ami delivered t.eeot charge.
K la f* V n I, Agent.
1 AM prepaied h<>\* to lorwaul goods on the
I Orange ami Alexandria Railroad to V\ anen
lon, and in a short lime will extern! »t to l ul
neper Court H».u-e. Pratts on Rug ami, lie
land. and Scotland, tor saie i » sum>iOsui!,
tiow Xt upwards, payable at any Hank in sdie;
linked Kingdom. hi Git RA I H.'. .•!. ;
mh I '»—It A«-"t- j
id.!) |);>MIM<RX iiK>iAl RANI.
JOHN T. run*K, PtosHitioi.
' r « 'tlh. t’CBRlC aie respect Itniv ur ruined tha! {
1 ! have my establishment airange.i with a j
strict regard to the wanN ot ‘ho^e \\i;o n-a\ ,
! favor me with a call, and I do not hesitate m .
saying, that m> house w ill compare tavoiaoK ;
with any m the cdy. toi neatness of arrange-1
i ment* good order, and alien* on. I am prepared |
at any time to serve up a 1' disnes appertaining j
to a well conducted Restainant: such as
;G\MK, CRABS SOI oYSiKKS, \c.—
I >iv har issuppilcd with a choice slock ol impor
: tej Liquors, which I a n prepared to dispense!*)
; patrons m every vanetv or choice summer
mnks. Connoisseur* are invited to give me
:heir patronage, and l tl titer m*>ell 1 cannot
he heat. All that the proprietor asks is a call,
and he guaranties satisfaction.
tor Kverv d«» \. at 11 o * ior k. ( t., m * ol l, i
will he seived up, and ready lor those who
call. Rr‘~,t
\ RKXA.X PHI A. YIRGRMARANPAGKN
r\ CY.—The subscriber invites those who
desire to invest in Kastern Virginia carm or
M neral Ramis, to call and select r m
number he has (*n sale, a happv *'V ' yjr.
upon the Rivers, Ihams, or j ’to be
seen, to prove it 1 he •* % natl0..a| Ge
ed up novv to a >ense o )Wealthy posi
o«rap»vical advantaue*" &c , which her re
.ions, soil, nav.gat. . ‘ |ts vvill de
em policy Ot '"'V”* d'e7ee Far* S lor sale
e.,'K £2* i to sfTo'S?
n. CORSE, Banker. Exchange hl^k;l*^y
dria
/CUMBERLAND COAL-For sale by( the
R cargo or car load, a superior quality COAb
tor Southing and Steam purposes. Orders filled
at ,b^hARFNCF.'C|FAVEIX Agent Barker
,e 15 U Vein Coal Co , Union street.
BROTEKIE^ .
ROBERT H. (HINTON, Gr< < KR ani> Gen
eral Commis-i >N Merchant, Thompson's
ft Uuif, between Cameron ami Queen strctl->, has
received pei Schr. Arctic, ami Brig Fidelia, iron
New York, and Schr. J. B Griffith irom Baltt
more, his tall supply of GROCERIES, which
he otters to dealers upon accommodating teims,
ai d fully as low, it not lower, than they can
be had in tins maiket. A large portion of his
stock was purchased early, :n and during the
month ot August, prior to the late advance, and
he can and will sell upon teims the most lavo
rabh; he otters lorsa.e the ioliowtng GOODS,
l;,0 hhds Porio Rico. Cuba, and New Or'eans
Sugars, part strictly prime: 100 packages I oat,
1 ciushed and pulvenzed Sugars; nO hols. > oil
laiid sviup; 35 bbls. New O.teans Mo*?"**
1 :,o hags and porkelts Kto, and Old Java Cottee,
ho halt chests Gunpowder, Imperial, * c,u,'~
Hvson and Black leas; 10 coil- Colton, Manil
la! and Jute Rope-: »>0 boxes Adamantine and
Sperm Candle-; Shales Wrapping l wne; *0
boxes Pearl Staler.; g:> boxes loiiett Soap, ,4
quarter boxes Buncti Raisins: 0U cozen Cum
Brooms and W hisp-; o0 gross Matches, 1 , -
IDs Cotton Yarn; veiy superior.
With a variety ol other aniens such a* r>o
tir. Sai .iCatu-; Cloves*. Allspice: Nutmeg.-,
Mace; Indigo: common and fancy Soaps: Race
Gn gei: ground (imger; graiti and ground i ep
per; Alum; Saltpetre; Epsom Salts; painted I a in*
and I lib-; Cedar Wart*; Eastern ami English
Dtiry t h»*e>e; giotmd Cottee; Putty; Window
(ila-s. s X 10 and 10 Xt 1 Mason s Blacking,
Almonds; Brazil Nil’s: F Iheits, XC..&C.
ALSO, a large and general assortment ot
Tobacco: Imported and Domestic Segars; Bran
di s*. W’mes; Champagne; Cordials; W hiskey;
Gin; &c.
To an exanr ination of which he particularly
invite- the attention of Country Meichants.
net 3 — eott
I >OBINSON te PAYNE, GROCERS AND
IV COMMISSION MEKCHANJS, have re
ceived per Schrs. Fairfax and Fidelia, irom
New York, and Sarah Amelia, from Philadel
phia, their Fau. STOck ok Groceries, to which
they itiviip the attention ot merchants and buy
er.- generally. Their stock consists in part
o» —
SCGAR - Poito R co, New Orleans, Cuba.
Ruined, Loaf, t ru-hed, and Pulverized.
MoLASsKS.—N. Or.'ean-, Mu.-covado, and
Cuba.
COFFEE— Rio, Laguira, Mancaibo, andOtd
.. .
1 bA. -Gun| owner, imperial, luuug nvwu
and Black, some veiv superior.
TOBACCO.—.Vs, n's,anil pound lumps.
SUNDRIES.—Segars; Brown, Casule and
j Variegated >oap; Tallow, Adamantine, <tnd
i Speim Candle*: Powder and Si ot; Sco cli, reap
pee, and Lomtard’s Snuff; Leading Line, and
| Ben Cord Rope; Pearl Staich; Sup Call). Soda,
Sa a* atu>: Yeast Powdei; Sa;t Pet e; Alum;
KpMiin Sots; Mustaid; Cn namor r. Race and
Giouml (lingo- '• Gram and Giound 1 eppcr,
Uiovts; Mnct; Pimento; Nutmegs; L;d:go; Con*
pera-; Brimstone; Chalk: Spanish Brown, >e
nitiau Red; Matched Puity; s x 10, and 10 x 12
Glas>: \\ rapping Twine; Painted Buckets; Su
gar Boxes; Broom.-; U hi^ps; Pipes; Wrapping,
better, ami Foolscap Paper: Rock and assorted
Candy; Walmr**: Fiiberts; i’ecan nuts; ai:d A!*
moniis. 1 ogottmr with many other articles,
* inch the> otter saie upon accommodafmg
terms. _ _ ocl 7 .
Ufc >. RbAtKLOi k, Grcckks and Com
• M I.--ION .\Jk.U( HANTS, HI* nklc(k>
are no v nee v 11_ per pacKet* trom Boston,
New York. Piiiiadelj hia. and other cities, one
ot tli** largest ami best selected slocks ot G/»0
CEklES to he found in tins market, to wtren
we invite the attention of merchants and deal
| tjl(i gem-rally, and a ill he soul on accommodat
| i:.»g terms.
N O , P R., and Cuba Sugars; loaf, crushed,
pulveuzed. and clarified do ; l*. R.. N. 0. Car !
denas, and Sugar House Molasses; Ran La*
o ny ra Maneabo, Jamaica, and Java Coffee: |
G.bund Ct tfee, in box—: Y H , Imperial. G.
P., and Biack leas: 145 boxes Sperm, Ada i
tna .line, ami Monid Candles; 1>5 boxe \el*i
l.iW, Brown, C.i-ole. \ ariegated, and bancs
Soaps: Kict; Scotch and Rappee Snuff; Cap.
letter, amt Wrapping Paper; Painted Bucket-:
Wood‘.sure: Blacking: Blacking and nde
\Vu-o R. nshes; Powder. snot: W li t*1 Lean,
Sperm, Whale. 1 lam. and Linseed (hi; 5 ine
^a,: Pirm n o; Pepper. Mustard; V east Pow
deis; Casane Pepper; Mace; Cloves; (linger:
N„ Matches; Rope- Bed Cord.*; Brooms;
\\Tisp-; Chocolate: Cocoa; Ink: I emission
Cap.-: It’digo; Ainu/; Madder. Sup. Carh. Soda;
Sal /E alum Epsom Saits; Cinnamon, and big
Blue. A:so, 275 bhls. Eastern Heir ngs.
hep 50—etd l
BRANDIES, WINES, DOMESTIC LI
qUORS, TOBACCO, SEGAKS, &c\—15
' l at d \ ca-ks Henr.essy, Otard, Dupuy 6c
Co ? Wailell. E. Rohm Co., Moreau. Pelle
voisen and Signette, Cognac and Rochelle
Brandik-. of various vintage-, par Very stipe*
no:; *0 l. Cast;*. Sicily, Madeira. Port. Sherry.
Sue* t. Malaga and Madeira ^ ink*: 2-> boxes
« i.ai.kt Wiu.;5t) baskets Champagnk; I puu
_. . . i - m « i<• \ ni: n- nint-r* Hoi.i.ANI) (-> 1N: i
■j;,o iUciikikd Wiii*Ki:v; i‘«T> br» s. O.d
.\1cmio; z tlia. am mher brands I.vk W hi kk\,
i). MK'iH Brandy; d.». His: N K Kim; t hkk
ky Brandy. S"> uuo Havana. Prmc’pe, Herman
and A.t.e u an S KHARS: H'» boxes dV bs ami
UaVKNDISH i OB\<\0: part very prime, all
n! which will be offered at very low prices, anti
>u; as u()0‘l terms as any house m 'In* i *t.W to
which we invite the attention of buy* is
t). & S. RLAHKLOrK,
ppj>qh—eotf Black lock’s Wharf.
. W \ ‘iH i». Ml'X’A VAi 'O MOL\>SKN — |
-C\r 2'> hall ( lies’" (iunpowder, Voung Hy
so,t. 11vJ Mack i eu>
10 {)[,:> No ! Beef, in strore, and lor
>;l!e i,y b . A. M \KBURV,
Fowle’s Wharf
I B. S.MAK'l cc CO S veiy >:ipeiior white
J. Wheal Family Flour, in barrels and ha^s,
hi ."tore, and tor *a!e by
THOMAS BURNS,
oct 1«'» corner'd Frnce and Fa:rtax-Ms.
nr UOZFN Fainted Buckets, 20 ^roce
.Matches, just received lio.n the norm,
and lor vale low h.
jOHN E. HENDERSON, cor. of km*
oct |j ami A!fred streets.
rpAR FITCH AND OAKUM —
1 20 hhls. 'Far
l'» hhls. P.tdl
f)0 bales Oakum, ju-t received j>v
„CI 12 J. .1 VVHKAI &
‘ Theatre hmldov*.
oct lb
( 'lODFiSH and CHEESE —
W 2 drums C«*dti>h
K"J'r^iKr'iW
\\ 7 Hl'sKEV —O il K e Whiskey, pure and j
\\ of superior ,..«!.«>•, '"VrNS j
a„,| locale r>V ^ ^ ^ K«ri«-W. j
/SaNTON HINHER.—-Two cases preserved
L Canton Ci-naer, jnsi received, and lor sale
al WHITE'S Fo>t Office corner, j
oCt 1 •*»
t^KEbH LEMONS —A tew t>-;\es new crop
Mala *a Lemons, ju>t received, and tor
sale at ** WHITE'S Post Office corner,
oct 12 _ _ __!
TjAV.—100 bales prime Timothy Hay, for
octn1*^ J. J. WHEAT & BROS.
| /r HHDsTPRIME"PORTO RICO SUGAR
10 in store, and for sale by
I jy o! F, A. MARBURY, bowle’s Wharf.
Drugs,Chemical*, -Sfiili*, &c.
Hope for the inebriate?— ihe
LATEST SCIENTIFIC DIsCOVEkY j
IN MEDICINE.—A sale, sure and pleasant
lemedy lor ihe peimanent cure of Drunkenness,
without substituting other powerful stimulants
in the place of Ardent Spirits. This compound
is a late scienntic discovery, and has proven in
strumental in saving hundreds ot confirmed
drunkards w hen all other means had failed —
In Germany, where it originated, it has been
fully te>«ed by the first Chemists ( t the day, arid
pronounced by them to be composed of ingredi
ents perfectly innocent. By the uninterrupted
use ot thi compound, for a few week-, such a
l radical an i healthy change takes place in the
stomach, that the ta-te ot ardent spirits becomes
nauseating and the patient could not indulge,
even it he wa« disposed to do so '. — for sale by
oct 17 HENRY' COOK, Saiepta Hall.
b^RESH DRUGS.—Opium, Lpm; Pepper.
Gem Arabic, Uaubkia and Sicily I iquo
k1ck, Lobelia, Rattle Weed Bo t, Uloves,
Pulverized Rhubarb, White Prmtpipate.
CiMMiMii.E Flowers, Powdered I pilau
Neat-e. or Oil, Oil or Lavender. Oil of
Cinnamon Oilof Rosimaky. and >wketOil:
Powdered Nutc.alls, Powdered Sar-apa
riii.a, ami J’i/Wdkrkd AI-VS,Juj.I■ r1e<*'.Vfd’
and lor-ale,at UICHAKD K SIONh>
0l.l i j f rug Store, King street.
\ !\ ILLEKS LEATHER PKENERY A i lY K,
i\’J[ t,,r rendering leather soft, pliable, waier
prool, and much moie durable. Ihe inventor
ha- had many years experience m the tanning
and -hoe making bu-iness. and ha- prepared
this article, having spent much time in perfect
ing jt, with a view solely to the good ot Leath
er It is particularly tecommended lor boolsaud
-hoes, harness, hose, carnage tops. belttngdVc.,
Sec . and is lor -ale by HENRY LOOK,
ort 17 Sarep’a Hail.
DRUGS, &.C —Super Potash; PaisleV Ivooi;
Indigo; Engiisfi Mustard; Oil of Lemon,
Meial Syringes; Squills; Nutmegs; 'Papers;
Lquonce Root; Ou.s do., &c , just received
j4 JOHN A. MILdLRN.
PATEN r MEDIC INES.—Mexican xMustang
Linament, Locock* Pulmonic Waters
Thomas’ Extract ot Uopava& C ubet» , Jayne -
Carminative, Capsu es, Railways Ready Rc*
!:el. Sec., just leceived. and lor sale b\
oct 11 R K sn/NE, Druggist, Kirg RL
DRUGS.—Mustard Seed, l*ac Sulphur, Ext
Beliadona, Pill Boxes, Liquonce Root,
Wn.t» VVv Sr.ikpnard and British Lustre, just
received, and lor saieby
JAS ENTWISLK, Jr.,
ort is Apothecary, opp Sarepta Hall'
(CHEMICALS.—Sulphate ol Quinine; suL
j pha'e ot Bebeerine ; Sulphate ol Motphia.
ju<l received, and ior sale hy
JAS. ENTWISLK: Ju ,
oct is Apothecary, opp. Sarepta Hall.
IT’KKSH AND GEN LINK OX MARROW
V POMADE—Just mauulactured, and sold
in jars at 2-) cen’s each, bv
JAS. ENTW ISLE. Jr., Apothecary,
oct i3 opposite Sarepta Hall.
ITM HEREAL OIL OR BURNING HLl ID.
Lj a lull Mipplv just received and for sale^ by
R E S TONE, Druggist and Apothecary, Kmg
street ocl 20
SEEDS —Hemp Seed; Canary Seed; Celery
Seed; lust received and lor sale hy
JAS. ENTWISLK, Jr., Apothecary.
0{-t is opp. Sarepta Hall.
D*'ZEN Hobens.ick's Worm Syrup and
Liver Pills, f( r sale bv
HENRY PEEL, Drugget,
oct j5 cor ol King and Fairfax sts
B|.\( K POM A I UM, CN.1 1 Cream, and Rose
Lip S live, a fresh supply, lor sale hy
* J LEADBEATKK,
10 mo 15 Stabler’s Old Stand, Fairfax rit
MRS. NORRIS’S CEDAR TAR—A full
surudy of this article, in store, and lor
sale by ' JAS. ENTWISLK, Jr.,
oct 'll Apothecary, oppo Sarepta Hall.
uiA LBS. b st Ou.bro Madder, just receiv
1UU ed. and tor >ale hv
HENRY PEEL, cor. of King and
nrt j;'. Fairfax-Creels
BDLL’S SARSAPARILLA — Hie genuine
article, on hand, and tor sale by
JAS. ENTWISLK, Jr., Apothecary,
net 1] opposite Sarepta Hall.
BECKER S FARINA, lre>h and superior, in
store ami for ^ale hy
JAS. ENTWISLK, Jr., Apothecary,
oct 11 opp. Sarepta Hall.
BATHING SPONGE, just receded ami for
sale by R. E SLONE, Druggist,
ocl 20 ' K n--“t
MOFFA I T'S PILLS, iii't received, ami lor
s.Hle hv JAS ENTWISLK. Jr ,
or! i^ * Apothecary
N KW HAIR TOXIC -De Kectawmiars. juh!
_ received- and for >aie hv
r>rt i.i .1 VO. a MILBURN, Apothecary.
- ILVKK SEGAR5—A lull supply on hand,
and ;<k sale bv J. LKADBKA I ER.
1U mo Ifj Fairfax-street
BANNING’S BRACKS, a large supply on
hand, and tor *ale bv
10 mo If) .1 LKADBKA I F.R, Fairfax-st.
I AKGK MILL SPONGK, tor sale bv
1 > HKNKV PKKL,
oot |r, eor of Kmg and Fairfax sts.
G'lLCK, various qualities, tor >ale by
J J. LKADBKA I KK.
10 mo lf» Fairfax street.
INDIA RUBBER Strengthening Piasters, re
JL reived, and tor sa'e by
ort if, HKNKV PKKL. Druggist.
*'%/'* Ik'ZKN Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills.
0x3 tor ,»a!e by a HENIO I LKL,
oct If) Druggi>t. c^r. of King & PairtaXj^
^PIKl IS I CRPKNTINE—a bbls., lust rt
C c®ived, and tor sale by
oc, i, HKNKV COOK, Sarepta Ha l.
i INSKKD OIL. —2f)0 gallons pure Linseed j
Lj bil/iust received, an I tor sale by
oct il HKNKV COOK, Sarept^Hall
1 /TKDIGKIS and Prussian Blue, m On lor
V" sale by HKNKV PKKL, Druggist.
Voct lf» * cor. of King ant ha.rtax-«fn.
piTHKHKAI. OIL, lor^ L^I.KKATKII.
10 room Fairfax-t c-H.
t-^I HFKFAL OR CHEMICAL OIL, of beet
handi".iN0rA!%;il.HCHN'.
iiA f\/wi SILVA SK(;aKS of fiist qual
JlMIUi/ its, and tine ft tvor, ju*t received |
at MILBURN’S Dug Store oct 14 |
Threat secret kkvkalkd:-tis
It cash, ok its equivalent that
can GET CHEAP GOODS!—Fan fox street.
So. 2, South of King —JUHS HOWELL
can, it the public give him she same benefit ot
their Cash. that ibex give to others. I a* good
an article lor as small a sum, as can besought
from Northern merchants, or their agents,
STRAW GOODS.
He respectfully calls the attention of the
Lmhcs io hi* extensive assortment ot SPR1SG
ASD SUMMER BOS SETS, which, for
style ami quality. cannot be surpassed.
A L«o, CHILDRES S HATS and BOS
SETS— comprising a beautiful and complete!
assortment.
SPRING HATS.
His SPR1SG HATS for Gentlemen will
compare favorably with any man u I act u red in
this or any city. For quality, style and tinDb,
they are unsurpassed. ap 4—tf
x ctiiojr —
17ALl, GOODS—A LARGE ASSORT
r MEN I’.— 1 he subscriber has just received
liis FALL SUPPLY <>K <J 00 l) S, amon# ,
which he iiufiitiona— Paper Ha'ismce, ‘K ■; |
Combs Kruehee; Soapa; Coloiinee, to u >v .
Indelible Inks; Ha;r On?; Washes; Dyes, and
I onics, ol all'kind-; Kose V\ood,Mahogany,
Pearl, Buhl. Leather, and Papier AJache Miav
n u, and Dressing Cases; VVork Boxes an
Willing Desk-; a splendid assorimeni ol Chi
na; Bisk I'eira Cona and par.an Marble Orna
menus ami V\ are; Travelling and School Bags;
a gr^al variety ol Dres*, Cloak, and Mantle
Trimmings; Cords and 1 a-sels; Buttons, ol ali j
kinds; Swiss and Cambric Edging, Inserting |
and Bufll ne; UnderMeeves and Chemisette; (
Colton*; flirt-ads; SiIks and W otking Mate
rials, ot ali kinds, the best quality; Knives;
Scissors; Razors and Razor Straps; an endless
vaueis ol Pori Monaies, at all prices; Saxon}
\ arris, all coiors; Transparent and Oiled W in
dow Simile* and Fixture-; Alien s Pistols; Per
cus-ion Cap*; Liquor Flasks anil Segar Cases;
Children1* Worsted Mitts; Sc Tts: Gaiters; Hat>
and Born e s; Oil Painting*; Fancy, Work, Mar
ket, Clothes, Otfice, and Trave ling Basket?:
Playing Cards; Mationery, &c , kc.. ali ot
vvnich will be sold vx hole-ale and retail, on
the most accommodating terms, at
C. C. BEKKV’S, Fancy, Variety and
jo Notion Store, King--tieet.
Musical instruments and jew.
ELKV.—On hand, an assortment ot cele
orated Pianos, trom lour different manufac
tories ot the highest estimation, ot which pur
chasers ma} take the advantage ot satisfying
their own tastes; sold at manufacturers1 prices,
and warranted. Also, an extensive assort
ment of Vi -LIN’S, amongst them some old rari
ties, viz : Ciemona, Guarnerius, and Andre
Steiner. Meledeons. of the last improved style*,
Giitak*, Elites Fifes. Clarionets, and Ac
coiiDEONs ot every size. Also, a large as
-ortrio'iit ot the new style J E W ELK i,
WATCHES, AND CLOCKS. WATCHES
carefully repaired and warranted.
RANCHE PFLUF.GKR,
*e|: oppo*ite Sarepta Hall, king-st.
r) ICHARDS1, No. d, Exchange Block, sells
V Laities Dress Trimmings; plain, pointed,
and graduated Velvet*; Knotted and loop
Fringe.-; Fancy Working Materials, Gobi, Sli
ver, Silk, aid Worked Embroidering Braids;
Embroidering Patterns and Silk?*: Silk, Cotton,
and Thread Floss', I Ida, I wist, Working,
Marking, Crochet, Darning and Sewing ( ot*
tons; Zephyr am! Tapestry VVoisted ; Pur.-e
Mlks and Findings: Saxony Varus; Skirl Bind
mg; Coat do ; W halebones; I ape; Hooks anu
Pises; Colton and Siik Cord ; Scissor.-; Pins;
Emmie*; Wax; every discretion of Needles
and Fancy Goods generally. oct la
I >IA M)>.—.lusi rei eived. a seven octave PI
I ANO, from the celebrated Manufactory ol
C. Meyer, a pattern ol one on which the Man
utacturer received the tiM premium at the
W’oiid's F.iir, London. Also, on hand a com
plete assortment ot Pianos trom other Mann
lactones, which wiM be ©old at Manufacturer*
prices, and warranted. P* H A SC HE.
oct 15
IIMNDOW SHADES AND PAPER
V V HANGINGS.—Just received per Kxpre-s.
direct trom the manufacturers,a turtuer supply
of Oiled and Transparent Certains, togeth
er with Wall Papers and Borders, ol new
and fashionable patterns, which the subscribe!
■s -ellmg at reduced prices,
oct 15 C. C BFRRY.
Barr vs tricophkkocs for thp;
HAIR. —It is evident from the increa-ine
demand for this celebrated Hair Ionic, that the
community appreciates its unrivalled excel*
mr.ee. A full supply always on band, ami lor
<>ct 12 II. B. WHITTINGTON & CO.
OOAPS. — Low's genuine Brown Windsor;
O Thompson's 1 ran.-p irent and Honey ;
firing's Military; Strain’s Floating and Brown
WCn Ism; Ht-ns er s Crystalme Balls; and W'ii
hams &: firo's. genuine Vankee Soaps: just re
ceived. and tor sale by
oci lb H. B. WHIT 1INGTON & CO.
rPALLY HO RAZORS, av\aided the first pre
a (ilium ai li.e London ‘-World's Pair,’ aim
warranted to give satisfaction, ju-t received,
and lor .-ale fry
oct if, H'. fi. WHITTINGTON & CO.
INDIA RCBBKR COMBS—Another supply
1. of those Inimitable die-sing and long
COMBS, mst received and tor *aie by
oct is H B WHITTINGTON & CO
CvJLOGN Pi.— Fauna and other COLOGNP.S.
J 'U-t received, and tor sale bv
oct is H B. WH! H INGTON & CO.
SaddicB, Harness & Trunk Manufactory.
q addles, bridles, harness,
O TliUNKS, Ac.. &c.—New Establish
ment ! — A.VSJiO.W MOKA.\, (Cat e
Foreman to W m. N. Brown,) respectfully
hegs Rave to in'orm Ins friends and the public
that lie ha* opened a store m the above l u-»
I i .. i, o.. .,..i r- tl
ne->'*, uppoM'e ...... ^ -
Wihiman, Oil King street, north side, three
'i'»ors iio Tt Fairfax Hire* 1, and has on hand, a
new assoilment or Saddle-. Bridle*. Hak
m>s. Sulk. Leather. Iron Frame and Folio
I kinks, Carpet Bags, V a licks, and a gene
ral a>&oitmeiit oi every amc’e in his line oi
hu-ine.-s, which tie oilers lor sale at tlie
lowest rates.
Repaying promptly attended to.
A Ipxan Iria. \ a , oct I —d3tn
rphK ATTENTION of the public i- called
X to the vatied and extensive assortment ol
GOODS in ms line, that I cO'.stanfy keep ii
>toie. It persons desuiiig to purchase will
call, theie i* tint little doubt that thev can find
ilie articles they seek, and find them, too. <tier
ed upon tea^onahle terms. I base lor >a e .
Saddles, Harness, a. d Trunk-, or all kind.*;
Bridle I eat hers, and Martingales, oi
Fdi 'H-h and Amencan manulacture; Whip* m
emiles- variety, for Carriage*, Wagons am:
llK imi; Travelling Bag-; Saddle Bags: Bits.
and Stirrups, assorted; Girths, Si mingles,
Cou.ars Hai.tkr.-; Ely nmj, ^
jy 23 Adjoining the Marshall Hou-e.
SADDLES, HARNESS, TRUNKS, &<\
O WILLIAM S. HR()WJS\ wholesale and
retail dealer in, and manufacturer of—
SADDLES, BRIDLES. M A RTINGALKS
HAND-TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, TRUNKS
of a very superior qualny, (steel spring and
-ole leather.)
HARNESS, WHIPS AND COLLARS
ALSO, keeps constantly on hand a large and
complete assortment of HIT IS. SIJRRLPS,
SKIRTING, HARNESS AND BRIDLE
LEATHER, HOGsKINS, BUCKLES, TRIM
MING, &c., &c , of every description. South!
•side ot King, between Fairfax and Royal sts. |
fid *il
Foi sale and Rent. _I
tFOR SALE OR RENT - I he large,
fine, and commodious DV\ ELLING- j
HOUSE, recently occupied by Mr.
rtf, a« a boarding house, on King street.!
will be sold lor about hall the cost to bml one
like it, or rented to a good tedant.onrea-ona
hie terms. Apply to JOS. GRIMES. ,,
-e;> 15—' f ___
toil KENT.—<'he U AKKh(H?>K,
on the comer of K.n* an.! Cf umh-is <
iijiUL ntreeis. Pos-esS'on giveil in r eb.uary.
oTsooTer, if required. Any necessity altera
tor or add itic nal ground will he given lo a
good tenant1 A,*(»!>' to Mrs. JANE DADE or
l)r A0A\1____ _ reM-eoif
>l_r'BOXSrFlNE 1EAS, (late ir,,porta
OU tionm) consisting of PoUCHoStt, IMPKRI
and Gun Powder. The trade are wliciied
foialla. my Room,.
oct 13 GEORGE WHITE. Auct.
Dll. JOHN HULL’S
SARSAPARILLA.
IT is put up Hi full <|uar* hot?I#*e, ami contains the «T*-ngf h
1 of mx timts as much pur*; Honduras Sarsaparilla m- an*
similar preparation in America. Price, one dollar per bottle,
or six bottler for five dollars
It has le*eu a well-established for years past, that
Sarsaparilla, when pure ami properly prepared, was the
only true panacea f<>r all diseases originating from an
unptire state of the blood. the Use of mercury. intoxicating
J links, evil habit* in vout h. barrenne-s. efc We Lutdi'
Tsr.Tf. that JOHN HULLS FLUID KXTUVTOF SAKSA- j
I'AKILLA i' the only preparation before th<- public. * ha*
prepared on strictly scieirific priueiple*. sn l of unitorui
strength. The Sarsaparilla is purchased without ie^ar.1
to price and e\*-ry pound, before l»*ing tt>e l. is mi* i*<,t
tile Strictest chemical tests, and it.' genuine lit*??' a.*cc!" rfin*‘*l i
before being used
Hull's Sarsaparilla also contains the virtue* of "ever*
other valuable medical roots, together forming the best .
compound, and producing the
Greatest Curative Agent in the known World:
This medicine, when used according to direction*.
Wil l. CURB, WITHOUT Y V U. —
fiurofula or King’s Kvil, (’aimers, Tumors. Lrop’ii n*
of the Skin, Kry;ipelas. t’In*mi«* Sore Lye* Ling
worm or Tetters. Scald Head. Kh**uma'isiu.
l'nins iu th** Hone* and .)< int*. «*• •! *"i'c>
and Ulcers Swelling of the (»Iat: 1*,
Syphilis. D\spi'psia. S;«lf Kheiim,
Diseases ot flic Kidneys. Loss
of Appetite, Di.M-.ise- aris
ing from the ..f
Mercury, pain in
tin* Side and
Shoulder*.
Geli-I il Debility
Dropsy,
Lumbago, .Linn li* e.
('o.-fiveness. Sore Tin"
Bronchitis, ('ou :‘;s. i ..i !-.
W eakli*—of th** t li**-t. I’u';; n
arv Affections. and ,«ll other ..
tending to produce I'on-tr.ip i--n. l.n- r
Complaint, Female lrrcgu.oi i-* and
pinin'-, Sick and Nctxou- H.-.ol ••oiv. I * • r
Night Svests, F.xpo-ur*- <-r Impru I* u* »• in I-n
uie Constitutional Di***;«*es: and 1 • *i - i, 1
Summer Drink, ami ‘ien**rni I'. ui. *.••.•
Sys ein, and a Geti’le an I I';* i mi !* > . ♦
ti\**, far Miheri-»r to H' m I ;■
t ‘Ollg l'**s* W lifer. '.il'-. o:
M j llir/ I'ow i . -
p p r* •*
-.j sj v
READ! READ!! LEA1:!!!
The M i*i\ won i* i f d ’*' ■! >• * *'" *.. * i a
come till t< r our i:ui;:e l*a’
cojivinec I u* that D «*» H»i i 1 ’• v '
hi Fluid Kxrrac* *-t Scr ap.Ml * •• ’
rooihu a'i"i* *'f ■'*i** e • ’ ; l•*
chi-ini*’ ry nas x * • }>' *•**'• * ' ' ’ " ’’ ’’
i i i -o *•»}*ri-* . / " •
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vivT-i* .'i mii i \v< i i l t i’ cot-••?; • I ' •* '*;* i ■
hi- a pa )♦ -a. \*i • • . fit to *••• «* ’*• 1 ' ’
tnent fhi-t than Barnun • • h.lcuny bit ■ ■ • • •• 1
no* 11 iTi our n ; mr- u i• i•«1 <* «i ' •
...or and 1 i. s.iic.i|.ai i a x- ifl, HM luiti • . i I
i... i .. i... t. » . i
Narsa |,!* ri .la "i i g* ’ i' • 4».»v:• I♦** . at d '•• i»•* 1
«i i l v liin'eil. 11 j;«* |mhmi i! i !* r: • ;•*:»» V 'h« 1.i»r
ai'd finding their p*** kt - mn ti- It**:!* ' • .•<•••
bdinfs, though: if v.a- | ... it ■/ { > r ’ t 1 i J ’ •»•••• it ' f
III,*, object loll We il.iVe *<> V* 'ft I '
• •Nr — i? i- (.«• |\«« ••ding: \ j .. all • • I >•• • • 1'
nitig.-ratiis*r t° flu* * *«t»•!.♦. that. *•*•*•* •' ' • •• ,<<i
u-uic it. it is ♦■•jii«t i" -*i »-k.: . * »• '• * • •* i|
Lit . }:••! i < * U‘-f.« drsi !%•*.., n .i ' • ■ *
r*. n"i <<rii it -- / ///• •• i
I f, i ;«>••• e eol t, Ot i I > • ('•'*! • t; < ’ll ■ 1 * * ' 'I '
♦ fj|r | ui-t il «- f'-i'n’ r. M. i {»• i • i t t'. .. •* '
lien [I I’ffM't K**j . ' •••'• 111 - • • • i <• : i < : et
I. Hii.-\ .foil’ i:.4). :• ' i:• • !<• do w ii «. 1! • it - !" ’ ‘
11,or. is :i»> jojibf in *l»•- w<—id of 'in •• '!•• ••
|»( cf I ,r ItIIII. a lid f he r \ re; l»*li* • «d I.i- ". J - <•■:-. ’ ."' I.
• •f ilit jjf>*t e«-i»-tififi«* pUtM'iai. in 'h» haw •; | .’•
fin- SHi-apiM ilia : ami wb;f i- h goaf ieal 1* f* • • fit*
lUlliir.it Hpj lan l if. too. I- I- b 't’ng a 'i• ft '• ' *■«••
The celebrated .Irt.iie ha- from ’ !.< |»?« ?i * - • I 11»- i. • • 1 •
built n giani'r | a'.*« •• in I’i.i a b 'p i • •*•>••» •*’• ri« - ' ig
h ltd I r bull if It. ••bouse', c.lli \.p V u bund..,,.
H.s high a* 'haf If 1*. we an fold, »*•}•» d’tb« ’.t ' t<*i l»u*
tn walk through *»nr -tn-v'* a' dl . • . he lim! !.;u -e*'
Hin.s'ed a; overs i*fep, l»» j'nref'tr •i.eit :»;d v»• 1, ••! . n • l*v
of wh<mi have traveled from jin n’ di&t a net - f<> look up";
their be,..factor. and fo bier- him to, then wonderful
f.trafi*.ii to health ’lb.' ''i ll ail 1 is . \ ra
ordinary merit, i- ht' ii o,i. »• ;,nd re'iriu. . .'et. tru”’
that fin Ka*ferit < ifb- will, in hr ?i. • to flien,-. give a
fi• • in/ r* <•• |> inii to the di-’iitjui-1.* I i.utn wli«> ba m.t i»
tt' tfiorit ii- » e.tiup.ai^ii agami-f hum.isi di-' t-e,- a.-, lien
>.*ort m i 1“ ag in.st file M» >!t ,ni
NOTICE TO FEMALES.
John bull's Sarr.apariiii. is one of rite 1*1: i ■
me.li' ii.es now in e\i*'ei" f !>• rim e tn.t eia.n- r.a.-e*
where flu ••• ::-• i n"i< r> i *!• bj'i I **•»• to rv< ..
is ies-eited. when ’he efb-r'- <>! It irure are •• »•. k :;•••
(!,.{.• ieitf. • i ate profuse a*id i.i . rw i, t k r.r. '. r.»•!• ’ to ■ •• •
is (.ale and eolorle-s. t|,«- strelief t> !• • I'!•* and \ it idln^. f h*
spirit troubled all I depre--ed. t ;• lteai b bl -krlt. Ilillr
sitaken. and. r,.,i.-eijtienti\. the happine-- de-Uowm. t;,»:
Hull s INarNapariila i.- a >or, reign rentedv If «>-i*f
Nature in the p# :formanee of iordiif v. I mi>. the »• /.••!
stein, renews permanent I the i.atural ei • rgiea. reiu-vr
nhslruefieitf*. <*heeK> rvevt-. ereafe- pure ai d ne.n i.
blra.il. and imparts health aoj ita; pii ess 'b :» . ii.
reiier.illv, fo aiopr the IM- el 'hi* medieine we would •••
far less' Mifleiing. di-. a-e and uid.aj pine*.-, a.. • ng them
than now exists, health would fake the pl.ee Oj
the mtiV ebeek would -ueeeed tlie paiii'i toe. w« * .< ii.
have smiles iitstiad ot fears, and petl.ap- .• 1.• • l• 1 • N
life, instead of one rut sliort t.» di-e •-••. ■•! !•■ i. i • ra.
bv continouH sullering and i.lliie i* n A' fn.f eri 'i
per'od ea lied tie ” turn ot !i*e." wh;e!j is ot hi atf.u-o
with so in tie} i dange,- ItuH's .'•’arsapa: ilia is {.ml o . i
a most biiielieial etb <’t. All ladle- appr* a< t.i: g *. i- • • i-i
shoiliil be Mppri-ed "1 this tart, and a*, il th« it.s.-.i. - *•! rid
▼aluable medicine.
A BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIN.
How we all admire a clear, beautiful, w-kin and h
ros) colored cheek ! How open do we see |wr.-< US Itof J.os
sensing tb,s desideratum, '‘so d*'* utl\ to be wi-i.ed
resortifiR to cosmetics, lof ior^, wa.-ites. pain*-, end con.ling
uiHteriai®. to restore fliein to n sejnblance ol wh«f di-.•a-,
ha-deprived them of. and that too. with gt.ar injury f<
the skin, lhil.-.s Sarsapaiilhi is the best cosii.ciit known
It beautifies the skin b\ r* inovir g even p;trri« le r.f im»rl i-i
hti Iili-eMSed mafti r tn m flu Idond. making if puje. he;«|*h\
ami vij(0iou-, giving He*i\jr\ to even minute ve> e;. and
. ItHltgiiig f be \ e)low and dark crmnfeiralu e fo the I Jr.oj;
:ti. ! fteshne-s of •. tirh biulre.-:. abandon i).»• n-»• of j .infs
and mixtures ami toe bull's sarsaparilla, theonii efle. m
• . i : : ..ti: . s.« . . ; . : :
enough f«>r tlie i;,'li»'r
\V« earn***Mv invifn *11 who are *uflirinp with
anv of •* the Ui* that Ih-h i* h» :r to.” 0< culi nn |»r .I'-lin
If ill I *h Apeot, and pet a copy of Dull’* Family Journal,
oiiatih ; Hii'i f<>r tli* *ak** of humanity, we hop* h
*in^le individual "ill not l<* found, unwilling to pive hull
Sar?vaparillH a t>:l \!.. hfur leading, and r*< olleeting, at rii*
name time, that It i>* iitipo»>ilde for the Docror to puoiMi
the tenth part nj the number of certificate* of aatoundmg
cures performed l>\ hi* Sar.-aparilia. 7 he amount ot tes
timony voluntarily showered on I>r. Dull * SumtparilU,
from well known and distinguished individual*, both iu
public and private life, ha* been perfectly overwhelming.
(£7* Dr. John Hull * Principal Office: \Ve*t bide FiftX
ftreet, Cr*t door l*elow Main. Louisville, Ky.
u. n. MaBEe.ii, A. vV. corner
K i}'Z -i• irf v\ .isit'n. >ts , Agent it»r A!(jq idria.
IV 13 —•!<» ri
a DAM> a: Q).> GREAT EXPRESS be
l\. ticecn Alexandria, Baltimore, Plnladel
p/uo, Alev: York, Boston, and all the principal
cities and towns in the Union.—The citizens ol !
Alexandria are respectluliy intoimed, that the j
arrangements tor our Express, are on an im
proved and enlarged scale. Our cars now
leave Baltimore tince times a dm/ for Alexan
dria, convey mg GOODS, of all descriptions, al
very low prices, and unrivalled speed. Our J
chuiges f rom Baltimore to Alexandria i°r; i
heavy freight. Dry Goods, AaC., are at rates very j
little* (if any,) in advance of the ordinary < |
freight lines. Merchants and others ordering j j
by us, will save the cartage, wfiarfage, Ac., m 4
Baltimore and Alexandria, an important item. I i
Our facilities and connections with all tne ;
principal ciiie* thioughooi the 1 nited » la es, | |
enable us to undertake and transact bus.ness ,
ot every description w ith great certainly, sale* t
ty, and despatch. . „
The merchants in Warrenion, Mtddleburg, ?
rpperville. and surrounding country, will find \
i! to their advantage to forward then GOODS
‘AH heavy goods will be taken from the ! |
Philadelphia boat or stores in Baltimore, and j
delivered at the store door or Railroad Depot in (
Alexandria, for 37cts. per cwt. |1
The above w ill show that we are disposed to J
(dace our Express, and its arrangements in ,
Alexandria, on the same favorable fooling as j
s enjoy ed by us in other cities, and to extend i1
ill the advantages to our patrons, and respect-! I
fully request that \ou give us a trial.
Our Epropean Express lor Liverpool. Lon- <a
ion, Dublin, Paris, Havre, &c , &C., leaves |
wiceaweek. Packages, &c., forwarded. Bills;
payable in any pait of England, Ireland, or
Scotland, for sale at thisoftice.
You should hear in mind in all cases to order ]
by Adams Sr Co.'s Express.
J HUGH LATHAM, Agent, ,
aug 17—tf_Alexandria. Va. j
VINEGAR.—5 tierces beet Pickling Vinegar,
for sale, bv I
oct 11 J. J. WHEAT & BROS.
The Post Master of Charleston, k.tna.vna
County, Va , wl.o has just 4 stepped • ui’* i t the
Post Office, adopts the fol owing coachmen,
tary address to the President:
[ have mailed my last letter, my duties are
o’er,
I've been turned out of office—am P. M. no
mote;
The why and the wherefore you need not in
quire.
I voted ior Scott —Pierce bids me re'ire.
‘•No enemies to punish—no friends to reward.*’
From the lips ot the (ieneral not loi g ?-nice
heard,
Yet others with me who shared in the rout*
Can tell by experience how we!i he (U/?i>out.
Mr. Kedbtossom drank rather more than t»:s
usual allowance of rum and water, one coid
night last week; ttie consequence ot wh oh as
he gave his wife a rather confused account i f
his conduct, on his return home. ‘-You see,
Mr. Smith’s grocery store invited me to go and
drink uncle Sam—and >ou see. the weather
was dry—and I was vei> sloppy—-o l didn't
mmJ punching one drink— and's queer how
my head went into tne punch though! * he
wa\ home was sod zz> that I slipped upon a
I.tile dog—the corner ol the street hit me—aid
an old gentleman with cropped ears and a bra-s
collar on his neck »ai«i he be onged to ti.e
--and I was—\ou understand--tnc lhat is. I
don’t know nothing more about N
MX) THK CmzkiN> OF ACFXaMMvIA.
X VA — I would respectfully inform the ct'i
zeiisot Alexandria, that I have moved to this
City, to narrv on my business as a t Ai»» KN
1 F.K AM) 'BCILDKK, and am now prepaid!
to execute all orders in that line. AN woik en
trusted to me, shall meet With StMCt attention
ami on reasonable terms. All kinds ot fence
mg dune at shortest notice. Si,op on Henty
street, opposite Mr. Tucker's hrick Nan!.
ALBF.KT H. FKADT.
Faikkax C. H , Va., July ■*. l&f)3.
Understanding ttiat Mr. Albert H Ihadt has
permanently located himself in the ( ty ot Al
exandria, we, the subscribers, being intimately
acquainted with Mr. Kradt, take ileasuie n
recotnmending him to the citizens ot Alexandria
as a gentleman of the highest mtegiity, >onm*ty
! - .. i -v f V r» nti tiiP nfi/i k I n t/i ro:io. i u*:t Vi
ailU I* i*VWU VII'I'V'IH.!
any coiiiracl which he may muirriake.
K. I). RICHARDSON,
AI.KKKI) .MO'S.
HENRY vv. THOM \s.
Jy i3—<11 y TH< ).M AST Ml" UK A \.
C3 HOICK FRUIT AND ORNAMKN I Al.
J TREKS.—The ^uh.ctih* rs res, ectiullv in
form the citizens of Alexandria and P e | u1 l*c
generally* that thev are prepared to fill ail <>r
ders for CHOICK FRUIT and OKNAMFN
TAL TRKF.S. Our stock c»tisi*is of all the
most desirable F K L I I N. such as Apples.
Pears, jmurdure. and Dwarf, (the *at »i de
signed for Garden cultivation.) PKAUHKS,
PLUMS, CHRKRIKS, APRICOT, ami all o ti
er articles usually crown in tfie Nursery line.
We will deliver the above named vane ics in
Alexandria, in time for Fail planting- at tt.e
following low prices:
Apples,... •$'■20.1 h per !DO
Peaches.$15,00 “ *•
Pears. Cherries. Plums, Apricots. and
Grapes. 50 cents each.
Orders left with Mr. R. H. Reynoids,
\eates’ Garden, will be promptly a t.-i ded to
by us. KING & BABCOCK.
Georgetown. D. (*., sen 22—tf
PERUVIAN GUANO.—The undersigned,
having been appointed by the Agent* of
! the Peruvian Government, (Messrs. F. Barreda
& Bro..) their .so/e Agents lor the iih puliation
of PERWIAS (iUAA0 into this utv. lake
this method of informing tlie Farmer* of tins
State, and their Agricultural friends generally,
tfiat they are prepared to furnish the above
named article, at ihe following prices, viz :
1 ton or less $44.00 per ton 2000 lbs.
1 to 5 tons 42,50 do
5 to 10 tons 42,00 do
10 to 25 tons 42.50 do
25 to 50 tons 42.00 do
From 50 tons upwards 41,50 do
They have, also, made arrangement- wdh
the Agents ol the Peruvian Government, to es
tablish in this city a large Depot, where an
ample supply of GUANO will be alwav* kept,
put up m good strong hags, w ith the brand
ol the Agents upon them, wlm h i* a Miffieient
guarantee ol the purity of the arnde.
mil 2—eotf F<H\ LF dy ( O.
IMPOKl’ANT DLSUOVKin !—Relief in
I E N M [SITES !! — R l\ YA S S J UL /B OA It'
H’APERS are iiiiiailitig in the cure ol ( t it.ns
Colds, Asthma. Bronchitis. Sore Ihroai,
Hoar-ene-s, Difficult Breathing Inue*
IENT Cc*NMT>l 0 rioN AND ll*>EAMS <F HIP.
Lungs, i hey have no taste ol medicine, and
any child will take them. Thousands have
been restored to health that find before despaii
ed Testimony given in hundreds of casts -
A single dose relieves in ten minutes
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Hafi:r«—the
original and on is ger nine I* sia inped *‘F R s an .
<puriou- kinds arecTtcrcii lor safe. iwtmiy
five c^ntsa box. Sold by <1*m!*-i- gr*n»*fi!l\ -
.1. BKYAN in CO, Kcchkstf.h. N. Y i»*o»n
tor<. Wholesale by .1 b. U()(Mb Ki<tijiom>.
F. H KObEKTSON (.0 , I ktf.k-m-m.; lb
(' LYMAN, Lvnchbuki;, and J. H. PAT
TERSON & CO , Whkh.im; net ♦’-■'3m
rPHK S I RASBUKG ACA1/KVI 1 , Lama
J. ter Countv, Penn — VVili open its oh
session on the 1 st of *\'oveihl>€i, |v .'J I In* In
stitution ih situated eight uuie- -outlu j-t ot
Ltncasier City, Iroin which place then* > ■*.
daily stage to Sira-burg, leaving the citv evriy
afternoon at 3J.j o’clock . Fare-G1.* cen«-.
Access may ne obtained to the Arad* m> *»v
a branch railroad which connects N-a-burg
with the Philadelphia and Columbia Kaoro,« l
at Leamon Place, twelve mil*s east of Lan
caster city. Bovs w ill he prepaid |orf o lege,
and for the various businesses of li'e. Nuri >* r
oi Teachers in the Institution i- six. hoi < at*
aloguea addre>-^ f)REN\ M. 0, Princija*.
Sirasburg. I^ancastnr ( o., I a . Sep 14- d'r?
riTHE A L E X A N I) K 1 A DAGl EKKKAN
X GALLERY, Exchange Block, charge I
—/>. HAAS, having bought out Mr K.
[,. Brocket!, La- made an addition ol new ap
>a rat us, with all the recent improvements in
he art. procured new stock, in fact, having ren
lered it a fir*i class Daeuerrean K- oin, respect
ully solicits a shaie of public patronage —
dir.iatures taken ail ►tzes, an I in any weather.
Mease take no’ice of tLi« tact. No miniature
* to be taken from the Hoorn, unless entire sa
isfaction is given
N. B. Cases, Frames. Locket-. Breas* | ms,
,nd Kings for Miniature-, a.ways on hand.
So charge for Engraving on Miniatures,
aug IS—6m
mUNS! GUNS!! GUNS!!!—On hand a.
hue assortment of double aiid single Guns,
if all sizes and qualities. Coifs Repeaters;
Glen’s Revolvers; P.stols of ail kiH*>; Pow
er Flanks; Shot Pouches: Powder; Shot;
!aPS &c.
Gentlemen in want of a good Gun will find
t to their advantage, by giving me a cad before
tirchasing elsewhere.
Guns made arid repaired in the be>t manner,
,nd on liberal terms. All work wairanie. .
JOHN FORNSHIL, <■»" ..Uker.
,7—(itjan I Koval rt . n-»r,h
nTAIRBANKS’ FLA'I FORM NO A L K S —
C Lang km,ten- S-vercly tested—Ahraye
!„/,/—j)te Acknowledged Standard
ArvsT' -Oeo. C. Kwing, 21 Clur'e" Mre»t,
foltimme; Fairbanks& Co ,S!> Waters net,
L* v . i). B. Smith i Co, Alexandria.
Railroad, Hay, Coal and Farmers’ SCALES,
»et in any purtof the country at Abort not.ee.
oct 4—d3mo

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