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PRICKS OF PKODUCK IN ALEXANDRIA
' FROM CARS, VESSELS A SO ''^U«NS'
Maryland Tobacco,f « 7,°®0
*£: » ....
"srjti:::::::::::::::! $ : I $
n .0 75 a 0*0
Corn, white,.*>4 a 0 67
Corn, mixed.0 5S a 0 60
Oats..... ® 40 a 0 41
Corn Meal, per bushel.0 70 a 0 75
Butter, roll, per lb..0 In a 0 20
Do firkin.0 16 a 0 IS
Bacon, hog round.0 os$ a 0 0'j
Poke, (wagon).o 00 a 0 00
Lard (in kegs).............0 l!i a 0 12
Clover Seed.... 6 7.7 a 0 oo
Timothy Seed.4 00 a 0 00
White Beans.0 s5 a 0 00
Plaister, (retail).4 50 a 0 00
Flaxseed.1 06 a l 1^
Black-Eyed Peas.l -5 a 0 oo
Sumac, per (hundred).t 50 a 0 oo
Sa;t.I 50 a 2 25
Hay, (bate).0 SO per S5 lbs.
FLOUR.—The market is dull, with very
light receipts, and small stocks. 1 he prin
cipal holders ask $* 50; car price >6 37
GRAIN —The receipts of Wheat are moder
ate. The sales during the early part ot the
week were at 145 a 150 cts for lair to prime
white, and 140a 144 cts. for red. On the re
ceipt of the advices by the Asia, prices declined,
and yesterday and Thursday pi ices ranged
Irom I2S a 130 cts. for red, and 132 a 135 cts. tor
white—closing with more firmness, t orn has
declined, and we now quote sales of while
and mixed a! 04 a 05 cts ; yellow 06 a r,8 cts.
Sales of Oats at 40 a 41 cts. Clover Seed is re
tailing at $7. Timothy Seed $127. In other
articles of produce there is hut little doing, and
no change in prices.
GUANO.—A small lot received this week is
going off rapidly in small lot?, at $75.
PLAISTER —Thesuppliesare moderate, and
there is a brisk demand. Cargo price $ > 50 a
$3 75. Retail price $1 50.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.—The
market is firm for want ot the leading articles,
with no material change in prices.
FREIGHTS.—Vessels continue scarce, and
wanted. No change in freights from former
rates.
BEEF CATTLE.—Market dull, with full
supplies. We quote $3 a $3 62$ per 100 lbs.
gross. Live hogs dull at $6 50 a 77. Sheep
$3 50 a $4 50.
BUSINESS generally pretty active: and mo
ney matters decidediy tight.
The Markets.
Baltimore, Oct.21.—The market is dull —
Flour is held at V5 50 cts. Wheat and corn
about yesterday 's prices—small sales. Oiher
things unchanged.
New York, Oct. 21.— Flour is dull at yes
terday's prices. Grain u* changed. Cotton
dull. Stocks depressed. Money tight.
loal Trade.
The Maryland coal trade over the Chesa
peake and Ohio Canal for the week ending
Saturday, 15 h instant, was somewhat larger
than for the previous week; 33 boats having
loaded with 3338 5 20 tons ot coal, and 149
IS 20 tons coke.
The canal is now in bad Older in conse
quence ot the low stage oi water, which pre
vents the passage of boats at Da in No. 3, and
until we have a rain, nothing ot consequence
will be done upon this avenue to market. Dam
No. 5 is in a leaky condtion.
Statement *f coal transported over the Mount ;
Savage tror. Company’* Rail Road, during ttu*
week ending Saturday. 13’h October, 195.6
To RuihoaU. To Canal, Total.
Fro*tbnrg Coal Co. 1,006 7M> 1 06
Borden Mining Co., 1.229 4 >2 1681
Alleghany Mining Co., 6s5 47t tj:*6
2 9i0 1.633 4.553
Statement of coal transported over the Cum
berland Coal and Iron Company's Rail Road
during the week ending 15th October, 1*33:
To RatlrotiH. To Canal. Total
Cum'b. C. & Iron Co., 3,548 1,659 5,207
Fercey & Co., 244 244
Thomas Kerr, 957 4 >
4.249 1,659 5 908
Total from the Frostbure region tor the week,
10 461 tons, and since the first ot January last.
363 186 tons, ot which 240.350 were transpor
ted over the Baltimore and Ohio Kail Road, and
122.836 descended the Chesapeake and Ohio
Canal. , . „ ,
Statement of coal transported over the Balti
more and Ohio Kail Road, from the Western
jvort region, during the week ending lo’h Octo
ber, 1953:
Swanton Coal Companv, "97 16-20
Caledonia (Barker VeuO Mines, 414 1-20
Jackson (Barker Vein) Mines, ^ 560 8-20
George’s Creek Coal and Iron C onrt
- .jo 3 o.‘>()
pa»»y, *■
New Creek Company, 211 12 20
Flu* ux Mining and Manufacturing
Companv, I.»-^0
Llangollen, v-()
2.73S 2-20
Total from the Western port region since the
1st of Ju»e la*, 42, HR) 2-20 tons.
Total from the whole coal region since the
1st of January last, 405,292 tors —Cumberland
TeUp'npA __
Mantels, iron railings, a«d
SPRING MA PRESSES.— The Mantels
are a new, cheap, and beautitul ar’icle, rnanu
i «...4 A i rv ^ m i ir> ittilmn n I thu nrhuSf
IdViuiry mj'vii ctjvmiv) —
marbles, of Ihe mosi rare and desirable kinds.
In style and finish they stand unequalled, and
art not injured by co\l gas, smoke or acids —
At the North they are becoming extensively
used, and give perfect satisfaction.
Builders and others wishing to purchase are
'requested to call ami examine for them elves.
Also Pier Slabs to match the Mantels, oi
Ihe same material. , „ ..
iron Oinvlery and other rencing Katung*.
Will be kept constantly on hand a variety ot
patterns, for which orders will be received and
promptly executed. .
Premium Spring Mattresses, a new article,
far superior to any tbieg of the kind now in use.
1 RALPH HASKINS, Aeent,
Penn, avenue, between 9th and !0ih s s , south
* Washington, oct 22—ec2«r
AN PEH—A Situation as Clerk, in a re
spectable business house in this city —
Salary not so much ao object as to g un a more
thorough practical knowledge ot the business,
and acquire good bus ness habits Pry goods or
grocery business preferred. Good references
canhefiv'-o. An interview may be had b\
addressing l>. through the I ost oftce.
oci 22-—<13 *______
G KATES — Enamelled Parlor and CkMMM
GRATES, circular, square, and oral pal
terns, ol Ihe latest styles,and of the highest tin*
l*h *
The above are just received and for saie b\
RALPH HASKINS, Perm, avenue, south side,
between 9th and 10th sts.
Washington, oct 22— dtw
NOTICE.—All person* indebted to the late
firm of Wm L. Powcll bt £*on, are noti
fied, that unless closed at an early date, their
accounts will be placed in the handsof an Attor
ney. for collection by legal process
BOW. B. POWELL. Su rvivmg
Partner of Wm. L Powell & £>on.
oct II—eoQw__
AA HH08. Prime W. I ^gar
1 40 bat* “ Green Rio Coflee
10 butts extra 8s. Tobacco, just receir
^V°r "*'* Fleming * douglass.
/,/, /V/X/X SALMON BRICK, of eoo.
2U,l/Uv quality, foraale low to clew*
‘Tt W-3« McVEIGH& CHAMBERLAIN
LOCAL ITEMS
A Missionary Metlin; will be held at the M.
E. Church, South, on Sunday night, 23d mst.
Addresses appiopriate to the occasion will he
1 delivered by the Kev. W. VV. Bennett ami Rt*v.
Jas A. Duncan, and a collection taken up in
favor of Miseioi s. The pulpit will be occu
! p'ed in the forenoon by one of the above rain
ed gentlemen.
■ We have had for the pa-t two weeks the en
i >\nient of that most delightful nndoii, Indian
Summer—with its hazy atmosphere, ami its
balmy ajr. The weather altered on Thursday,
and since then we have had rain, and may
: now look for trust and the approaches of win
ter.
For Auction Sales this day, IM *ront °* ^ie
t Mayor’s Office, see another column of to day 's
Paper. _
almanac.
1>.)3 jSc.NiSiNi .. ,
OCTOBER. jmw|*rs 1 MooN * 1 HASES
»22 Saturday ... b 34 3 2b M ‘VI(j
21 Monday...- b ;57.3 . „ - ", ‘
2» Tuesday b 3-3 22 i ( ‘ E
j 2b Wednesday b ^
i 27 Thursday -.♦> 40 3 20 Hl«*H Wat Mi.
Friday _ »> 41 1«»‘ Ocrr»PRR 22 lOj Cm.
LaTKS'J UAllii)
E >iidon...Oct. * i Havre.Oct. 11
L vcrpoot.Oct. S | New Orleans. Oft. I.)
MARINE LIST.
j PORT OF ALEXANDRIA. OGTOBKK 21.
Arrived.
| Schr. Wood well, Paitangall, East port, to
Fowle & Co
Schr. Mott Bedell,- New \ork. to S.
i S. Masters k Son, and freight f<>^ tne District.
i Schr. M. C. Durlee, James, Pail River, to
Borilen Mining ( o
Schr. Mary Virginia, Thomas, Muchodoc,
wheat io S. Shinn & Son.
| Schr. Virginia. Purdy, Mattawoman, wheat.
! and oats to S. Shinn vSc’Son, and wheat, corn,
| and oats to Irwin A: Powell.
Steamer Powhatan, Mitchell, Baltimore, to
S. Shinn & Son.
Sailed.
Schr. Two Brothers, I readwav, Philadel
phia, by S Shinn & Son.___
( anal C ommerce*.
Departed. October 22.
Boat Belle, gioceries, fce , Irom Mi Veigh
Chambei lain, boot**, sh'»e>, -No , from V\e!l> A.
Harper & Co., for Nhepherdstown, VTa.
B'>at Julia A. Elgin, groceries. , from
McVeigh & Chamberlain, boots. s*h >cs, ha*.-,
&c., fiout Wells A Harpei & (o , and notions,
&c., from Haiper & McW’igh. tor Big Sp ting,
Speedwell Forge, Cas>ville, and IV loss;
Spring, Page C unity. V a., and HanfsOtiburg,
Rockingham County, Va.
Boat Fagle, groceries, &c., from Mc\ eigh
Chamberlain, dry goods from Bryan, Adams tej
Co., and J. H. Brent, hardware from English, j
Castleman Co , rjueenswaro Irom iv H. Mil
ler, and boots, slu es, liats, caps, icc., from
Wells A. Harper & Co , groceries Irom F'em
| ing & Douglass, to- Hancock, Md.
^ FUR BALTIMORE, FREDER
and RICHMOND —
'I he Meaner POWHATAN will receive freight
lor the above places up to 5 o dork this day .
oct 22—It S SHINN iv »> )\, Janney’s whf.
VESSELS WAN LED FOB BOS
)_rov-ihe or two good \ KSSKLS can
have cargoes of (irain for Boston, with quick
despatch, on application to
oct iy FOW LK <x ( n.
^ K< >K B A I.T I M OK K.—The Ship
&ROYAL SJXON, Campbell, master,
w*n sail next week, and will take heavy i
freight very low. Apply to
,y * FOWLK -S: CO.
NOZKN Painted Pucketts, 20 groce '
Matches, just received fiom the norm,
and for *ale low bv
JOHN K. HENDERSON, cor. of King
oct and Alfred streets.
rn) WOOL HKOWKK.v— the Mib.-cimei
1 has ior sale 30 hue young MERINO
BUCKS, selected with great care from snprri
! or improved stock, raided in the state of New
York.
To those wishing to engage in wool-growing,
I or desirous t<> improve their present stock, a
1 rare chance is now offered. . „ „
KLIAS Ain RKS.
Ald;e, Loudoun Co.. Va.. s p 23—eo2m
i r I'HK subscnber offers lor sale on a credit to
! X suit the purchaser, h.s faun, on the Poto
j mac, at the termination of the Richmond, Fre
denck**burg ami Potomac Railroad. Hie tract
| contains 5UO ACKKS, mostly in wood, The
i steamboat furnishes daily access (o the W a>h
' i.istton marke?, and the taiul is admirably adap
j i^d to fruit, vegetables, hay. tobacco and corn.
; It mi*'tit be profitably Used as a dairv farm.
| " JOHN L MARYK.
Fredericksburg, oct S—law.3m
A CARD -DA JOHN IF. A E WMAS.
at Mrs. Smith's boarding house, on K.ng
I street, 5th door we*l of Washington street,
house formerly occupied bv the la’e Dr. \\ ash
* ington.
j He will practice in all the departments of his
: profession He h is been engaged tor the last
i twenty odd years in the Practice oi Medicine,
sep 21 —’f _
NIOTICK.—The subscriber intending to
change hi* present business, bv vacating
the Mar-hail House, at the termination oi the
present Year, desires to secure by the first of
January next, a comfortable dwelling house,
ior which a libera! rent will be given by early
application to W M. K liUA.xw rv.
oct tr>—eott
m cakI:y-DR joil\ a. t: dm usds
x\ having loca’ed m Alexandria, offers hif»
sarvices to the citizens ot the town and county.
Residence, north corner C itv Block. Washing*
i ion street Office third door from l>r. Stabler*
I Apothecary establishment. oct 13—eolm
LX>R SALK.—A square ot ground (TWO
r ACRES,) bounded by Moirgomeiy, St
| Asaph, Pitt, and Madison streets, which from
j its proximity to the Canal Basin, is well adap
I ted tor a Coal Depot. ,
| orl d -if KDWAKO B. POWkl.L
Land for sack — From 200 to GOO
ACRES OF LAND, lying on Broad Run,
jin the County of Prince William, \a., two
! mffesand a half from the Gainesville Station,
; Manassas Gap Rail Road. ^ SIMPSON
Prince William County, Va., oct IS—eotf
OATS—1000 bus. bright heavy Oais, k»r
sale bv
i oct 17 ‘ J. J. WHEAT & BROS.
; r pi MOTH Y SEED — 40 bti«heis, very supe
I ri*»r New Seed, now landing, tor saie by
oc, |7 J .1 W HEAT & BROS.
r tu \ bushels Timothy seed, a
Of IV/ prune article, lor sale low by
ocl iv K INCH EDO E & SMITH.
II X KEGS GLADES SETTER, a tirst rate
1 11/ article: W boxes Cutting Cheese tor sale
!bv [octtS] KINCHKI.OK K SMITH.
TOMATO CAl'SCP.jusl received, and lor
for sale al A H I i h >,
i , Post othce corner
11 ak«k Kil l.
| of, JS f,,r of Hour nod Kair'ax sts.
1! “nIma’RUB’hKK Sireugihemog Pla»ieiv
o»i*ed,aud for sale bv^. |>KK(„ ,wi„
oet 15 Druggist, cor, of King R Fa'!l?ll!Z
VERDIGRIS and Prussian W“«> j“ Oi'. lo
aaleby HENRY PEEL, Druggist,
I oet 15 cor. of King and Ea'Max-sts
. in Ann SJLVA SUGARS Of first qual
li/* vlvlv/ itv, and fine flavor, just receivei
. at MlLBURN’S Drug Store. 0011,4
{PER MAGNETIC 'TELEGRAPH ]
Portsmouth. N. H., Oct. 21.—The Hon. Ic
habod Bait'ett, Speaker of the House, who was
a Member ot Congress three terms, being suc
ceeded bv Geneial Pierce, died yesterday.
Boston, Oct 21.—The resolutions oi the
Free Soil meeting held here last night, recog
nise as their full political creed, that all men,
of whatever color, class and condition, aie
bound to agitate the slavery question in spite or
all barnburners, platforms, denunciations, and
proscriptions.
NKVV tailoring ksi ablishmkn r.
C\ /,* (;oLI>EX—(Of New York City,)
WOULD mtorm the citizens ot Alexandria,
that he has taken the store, on Fairtax-st ,
second door north of King street, where he
is now opening a superb assortment ot ( loths,
Ca-simkrks and Ventings where may be
found GOODS ot the newest, most fashionable,
ami richest stales, winch tfie New \ork mar
ket all >rd>. , a
It js unnecessary here to mention the differ
ent lahnc" of hreuch, Kngh>h, American, Bel
gian, and other inanul iclures, hut merel> to
sat, .hat the most desirable P.\ f FKKNS and
GOODS, will he forwarded to him as they are
produced in New New \ork
Having had charge, as foreman, of some of
tfie largest establishments, in New \ork, and
other cities, and carried on the business himself,
in New Voik, he »msts he can have his work
got up in such style, as will give satisfaction
to tho-e who may favor him with their patron
! age.
In regard to skill in cutting, he wishes to
have his work speak lor itself.
I he hp>t of Trimmings will he used in
making his work, and htsain will be to em
plov none but the be*t of workmen.
Merclun s and others, who pieter to furnish
their own cloth, will be as well attended to as
those who purchase of the subscriber.
The French fashions received month!}' from
Pars. Oft 20
\ 71KGLMA LAND FOK SALK—A Tract
V ot LAND, lying in the County of Stafford,
I containing 134 ACRKS, with a sufficient sup
Mpiy ol WOOD and good water. Im
provements, a good HOl’Sk with six
small rootris; another HOUSK with
foui good looms, good kitchen, smoke-house,
i barn, stable and sheds, pretty good orchard,
1 yard and garden. Part of the land in a high
stale of improvement, having a tir^t rate set of
t lover on it, ana me nature i* i«uiu 01
quality.
This tarm iits within two miles oj the town
of Fredericksburg, (population »1000) and on the
Richmond ami Poiotnac Railroad, ami is well
sirua’ed lor a market tarm. Also, a Ti> AC'f (
containing It55 ACKF\ lying in the County |
ot Fnnce William, two miles lmm Brentsville.
and 2*o or A miles from Manama* Station,
on theO. & A. R. iv. This tract is improved, i
red Freestone soil, ha* enough wood on it to j
pay ito* purchase monev, and a large quantity
oi the red Free Stone. I ekm* liberal. Apply to ,
P. |). LIPSCOMB. |
Bren tsvi lie, mv li<—eott.
OMl 1 H & ASHBY are now receiving their j
k^ spring and Summer Hoods, purchased in
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Alex* j
andria, and are offering them at unusually low
price*.
Their Domestics, Boots, Shoes. Hats, and
Ready Made Clothing, will compare in prices
with any market in Virginia.
They respectfully request their friends in
Upper’Fauquier, Loudoun. Warren, and Clarke,
to call and examine their stock before purcha
sing elsewhere.
P. S. All kindsof country produce taken in
exchange tor goods. Piaster, salt, iron, and
guano constantly on band.
Piedmont Station, mv 2—eotf _
T W. & M. A. JORDAN, dealers in Straw
•I , Millinery and Ladies' HOODS, would
riio^t respectfully inform the ladies of Alexan
dria ami the adjoining countie*, that hey have i
taken the stand S. K corner of kmg and Co
lumbus street*, where they are now receiving:
anti opening a beautiful stock of BONNFT
RIBBONS, and LA DIFS’ DRF.SS GOODS
genetaiiy, of the latest and most approved sty le>.
Having had many years practical experience
; m the"*above business, they hope to merit and
receive a liberal share of public patronage.—
11hand, BONN FT, Sii.ks and Velvets, which
I w:i! be made up lo order in the most tashiona
| hie style. bet M d2m
BRYAN, ADA MS & < o., wholesale dealers,
Alexandria. In., have received per la c
artivals irom B >ston and New ^ ork. one of the
largest and best adapted stocks of DK\ HOODS
I for the country trails, tfiat they have ever hxd
j iUe pleasure id offering, and in a word can a>
Uure conntrv merchants :ha» their facilities for
i lying in their stock, will enable them to com
are prices with any house in Baltimore oi
! elsewhere. All they ask i- an examination ot
■ their Hoods, which will he tound to comprise
j nearly every articcle in their line,
sep 21—eolm
Rappahannock ahadk.my.—The ex
ercises ot this Institution commenced on
the tiist Monday of 'September, and will con
tinue to the last of June, lSn-1. Circulars con
taining all nece**ary information can be ob
tained' by addressing the Principal Rappahan
nock Academy, ( arohne County. \ a.
' THas. R. THORNTON,
Principal and Instructor m Mathematics
WM. D. SCHOOLFR,
lustrm tor in Languages
Caroline County, Va., sep n—2awtf
MORF NFW DRY GOODS.—Beautiful
new slv’e bquareand Long Shawls: rich
Silk and Wool Plaids; brown, black, h ue, and
.rreen Silk Velvets; 5 pieces best French Cloak
j j|,t Cloths tor Lathes, a ueauwui arucie .
French Cloaks an : Vi/.otes: Bonnet Ribbons:
^•.Ik Fringes: Silk Trimmings ; Cambric an.'
Swiss Ramis with many other desirable goods,
all ot which we ofler upon the most accomo
'lZT'" TAYLOR & HUTCHISON.
NTKHKOKS WAN I KK—I wish to pur
_ chase any number of NEGROES, either
• n families, or single NEGROES. Also, me
chanics ot al’i kinds, for wh*ch I will pay the
highest cash prices IVr*on* wishing tose.i
will find it to their advantage to *ee me or m\
Agents before :hev sell. AH communication*
will meet with prompt attention it addressed to
me, at «his place. . ,,^tl
jy j(5_t| JOSEPH LKl IN.
DRS. Id Hi AN and CHANCELLOR having
associated themselves m ihe practice ol
! medicine, respectfully ofler their Professional
I set vices to the public. In any case requiring
| the sei vices of both, no additional charge wii.
be made. Office, the one heretofore occupied
by l)r. Chancellor, on Washington, between
King and Cameron streets, immediately ad
joining ihe office ot Judge Chnstoper Neale,
sep *27—It
house AND LOP FOR SALE —I
will sell at jirivate sale the HOUSE
_AND LOT on Union, between King
and Prince streets, occupied as a store ami
.dwelling lor twenty veais past. 1 tie lot is
. bounded on the north and v\ e*t by a twenty feet
'alley, and can be so altered as to make a fine
store house tor the lailroad trade. Ihe cars
; pass immediately in front ot th'S property. For
j term«, . apply to SAMUEL J. McUOR
j MICK, or RUDOLPH MASSEY.
• jv ‘29—eotf _
MFOR SALE—The suhsciiber offers
for sale the HOUSE he now occupies
on Fairfax street, near King. This pro
! pert\ is well located lor business, and is one ol
Ihe best built houses in the city ot A examlna
aug S—-enit JAMRx B McNAIR.
S~Tlkvei.veVs._c olured and HidCK Nik
Velvets, ot all widths, suitable for Manti'
1 j las Cloaks, etc. Also, corded and plain Siikt
a»«d Satins for Bonnets, etc.,iust received b\
i Ex pies#, and unsurpassablv cheap, for sale a
ocUJ_MEYENBERG & BROS.
CHEMICALS.—Sulphate of Quinine; Sul
phate ol Bebeerine ; Sulphate of Morphia
• rust received, and for sale by
I J JAS. ENTW ISLE, Jr ,
oct IS Apothecary, opp. Sarepta Hall
JOB PRINTING
Neath/executed, irith det/<atch,at the Office of the
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE,
; Corner of Prince and Fairfax streets,
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
PAMPHLETS, BUSINESS CARDS,
CIRCULARS, TICKETS,
HANDBILLS, BLANKS,&c.,Sc., of
WARRANTS. every description,
. Printed at the shortest notice,and upon as rea
sonable terms as at any office South ol the Po
loinac.
. Orders lor any description of Printing, will bo
: received and executed, in the handsomest style.
(JJ-vVe have just received a large addition
to ourassortment ol'JOB TYPE, which willen
- .,1,1,5 ns to give satisfaction in the execution ol all
orders with which we may be favored.
out J—tf ____
i \jOiiGh.—G. GERMAN A. LLEpEhs
I j\| res|'eclluliy announce to the puhiic.'hat
the most extraordinary and astonishing INHI
BITION ok TUB BIHLIOKAMA or ol PIC
TURKS ol the New Tee'ameiH, will take idace
at LIBERTY 1IAKL,, 1 L'kkDAY, tne
■ g.v/i IIIslant, to commence at "4 a cluck. I he
BlBLIORAMA Irom the Nativity to the Asceii
, sion ol our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ,
! will be accompanied by an appropriate Lec
1 ti ke, following O' is the Gospel, without touch
ing upon d'fferent doctrines. Only sicretl
i music from the giealest composers will .harmo
nize with the scenery as it comes in view.—
i Mmisters, Teachers, Parents, Childnn, Chris
tians ol every denomination will have a pious
ly amusing opportunity to strengthen their faith
and refresh their religious mind
Price ( v Admission Zo CKNTS—Children
! half pore
A Programme will be given out on the
j day of the exhibition,
j oct 19—d6t*
! \\J KSTKRN PORT AND ALEXANDRIA
v% RAILROAD —Notice isherebv given.that
j hooks will be opened on lhe‘2\st of A vtother
j next, at the Manassas Gap Kail Road Office, in
' the town ol Alexandria, in the Stale ol \ ir
ginia, under the direction of Samuel S. W li
Jiams, and Andrew Wiley, and at No. 1”, Inn
; ny RuiId11 gs, Broadway in the city of New
York, under ?he direction of Horace B. 'I ib
betts, Henry I). Lapaugh and A. O. Brewster,
for the purpose of receiving subscriptions in
shares of one hundred dollars, to the Capital :
Stock of the Westernport and Alexandria Rail;
Road Company, to an amount not exceeding ;
thirty thousand shares.
HOiiACK B. TIBBETTS,
SAMCKL S. WILLIAMS,
ANDKKW WILKY, Jr.
oct 20—eotd ;
[Sentinel and Standard, Alex a , Journal ol i
Com mei ce, N e w '» ork )
MFOR KKNT.—'J'lie TA VKRi\ HOCSK, j
and Lot at BrentsVilie. Prince \\ liliam
County. Trie Lot container 15 ACRKS; aLo,
the More House, and Com.ting Room, and Cel
lar under, ta the smith east corner ot tiie la- ;
vern House. 'They will he tented together, or
separate. Possession of boih can Ceitainly he
had at the dose ot the present year, and proba
bly ot the Store and Counting Room in the
next month, and the Tavern the 10 h ol Decem
ber. Mr. L. B. Norville, who now occupies the
'Tavern, and Messrs. .1. M and J. L. Sinclair,
the Store and Counting I'.ooin, will give any
injormation. Any desirous to rent may inquire
ot them except tor terms, tor which application
must be made to myself My post office is
Thoioughfare, Prince Wm.Lounty.
B. K. HARRISON.
Prince William Countv, oct S — 1 avv11
Mold things havk passkd
AWaY.—The Three Tuns Hotel
has been changed to the Columbia j
HoU.'K. cor. Pratt and Paco struts.— 1 ire sub i
scriber informs the travelling | ubhc that this j
House has been newly tilted up in modern
style, and two stories added to it. Its ac
commodations are equal to any House of
its size here or elsewhere. It can accom
modate from 250 to 300 guests. It is in a
lew minutes*® walk ol the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Depot, on Camden street, where its
Porters will always he in readiness to attend to
thosevvho may want a pleasant place to so-j
puin vvhile in ihe Monumental City. Charges, j
moderate, and al! accommodations the best the ;
mai k et can allord. Call and see.
T. B. ROBKY, Proprietor.
La It morp. net 10— eo3m
walcabiTk pkopkrty IN ALKXAN- j
V DR!A AT PKIVATK SALK.—
No. 1 —Northern halt ot square bounded by j
Royal, Madison, Fairfax and Wythe streets.
No. 2 — Half an acre, m square, bounded ;
by Pendlemn, St. Asaph, Pitt and Wythe sts. t
No. 3.—Northern half of square bounded by I
Washington, .Montgomery, St Asaph and Mad- j
SOM streets.
No. 4.—Southwestern fourth of a square, i
bounded by Columbus, Madison, Alfred and j
W\the street*.
No. 5 — A lot fronting34 ^eet on Alfred street, |
in square bounded by Oronoco, Allred, Pen- |
dieiou and Columbus streets.
The above property will be sold, either entire j
or in building lots. Terms liberal.
Apply to Dr. VV. F. LILLI I T, 7th street,'
between G. and H. streets Washington, l). C.
\\ ashingion. oct 0—eolOt
TMLOR BANT DISCOVKKY !—Relief in
1 ten MINUTESW-BHYAN'S PULMOXIC
W'JltEKS are unfailing in the cure ot Coughs, j
Cold*, Asthma. Bronchitis Sore 1 hroat
Hoar*enk-s, Difficult Breathing Incip
ient Consumption and Disease® of the
Lung*, They nave no taste ol medicine, and j
any child w:l! take them. Thousands have J
been restored to health that had before despair
ed. Testimony given in hundreds ol cases.—
A single dose relieves in ten minuies.
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers—the
original andoniy genuine i* stamped “Bryan.1
Spurious kind* are offered for sale. I wenty
tive cents a box. Sold bv dealers generally -
j J. BRYAN & CO, Rochestek. N. Y.. propn
I t/ire \Yhnlp<ale hv .1 B. W OOD, RICHMOND,
K. H ROBERTSON & CO., Pktkr^bi-rg; 1>.
C LYMAN, LvNC'HBfRG, and J. H. PAT
PERSON & CO , Whkfling oct »'-d3m
\TALUABLK POTOMAC LAND FOK
V SALE—The subscriber offers at private
i sate, th- farm on which he resides, in Pomon
. kev Neck, Charles Co., Md., immediately oppo
I site the White House Pavilion, ana containing
! 3G() ACRES, more or less. It has on it a
good DWELLING, with every necessary
i jnjj^ou I building, all new and m good order.—
1 lie SO'l is good, wel 1 adapted to cot n, \\ hea,,
tobacco, and melons, and susceptible ol any
degree of improvement It lies immediately o
the nv«*r, about 13 miles from Alexandria. D
is not necessary to «o into a niore minute de
scription, as ttiose wishing to purchase, will j!
course examine lor themselves, ns they are in
vited to do RICHARD. VV. BR\AN.
Charles Co . Md . sep 22-eotlstD
riiwo BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS FOR
1 SALE —
One oti Patrick street a few doors from Duke,
fronting on Patrick feet s in. and running
back P23 teet f> in.
One o:i Duke street, between Patrick and
Henry, within half a >quare of the Railtotd
Depot, fronting on Duke S3 teet 5 inches run
| ning back SS leet, t > a 16 loot alley.
Other desirable Real Estate oi different kinds,
j now c fieritig.
For terms of above propeitv e« quire at our
office. BURKE & HERBERT.
oct 13—eotf
[AND FOR SALE—I offer tor sale my
_j farm at Auburn. Fauquier County, Va .
live miles east ot Warrenton, and five miles
I west of Colvin’s Station, m the Valiev of Cedar
| Run. containing about 300 ACRES, with
Mgood improvements, together with a
large STORE HOUSE AND LOT, sui
table for a family, a business place,
s been occupied lor many years. ALSO,
| a FARM of 300 ACRES near this, in a h gh
| >tale of cultivation, with excellent improve
j menu*, the property of J. Carnell. A good bar
gain is offered, and payments made easy.
; t Cail at Auburn and view the premises
S. McCORMICK.
Fauquier County, jv IS—eotf__
DRUGS, kc —Super Potash; Parslev Root;
Indigo; English Mustard; Oil of Lewon;
, Metal Syringes; Squills; Nutmegs; Tapers;
Liquorice Root; Orr;s do., &c , just received
. anoclu8a,e by JOHN A. MILBURN.
’ auction SALES._
t'LKNITURE, HORSKS, CART. *e—On
jL Saturday, the 1'id did., at 'J o'clock A, M ,
will be solil ojipoMle ihe Market Square, a va
rielynf HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN EUR
MTURK, ►eve al Stoves, &o. &c. Aiso, two
larger weli broken Hor>e>, kind and gentle in
harness, one Cart and Gear, with other arti
cles. Terms liberal, and ma le known at ►ale.
oct 22—It GEO. WHITE, Auctioneer.
SALE THIS DAY.
Bl fLDlNG LOIS FOR S\LK.—On Satur.
day. the 21(1 i'Ktunt, at li o'clock, A. M ,
at the Mayor's Office, I will offer at auction,
without reserve, a number ot very desirably
situated lots, viz:
1. Oim lot at the southeast corner of Wilkes
and Pitt streets, 15 feel on Pitt, and 60 feet on
i W likes street.
| 2. A lot next, south of No. 1, on Pitt street,
same Iront and depth.
i 3. A lot on Pitt street, next south of No. 2,
! same front, and 64 feet deep.
4. A lot on Pitt street, next south of No. 3,
! same front arid depth.
5. A lot on Pitt street, next south of No. 4,
| same front, and 60 feel deep.
6. A lot on Pitt street, next south of No. 5,
: same front and depth, and binding on u 10 foot
1 alky.
i 7. A lot on Pitt street, 15 feet 3 inches front,
and 116 ft. 2] inches deep; binding on said alley.
8, 9, 10. and 11. On Pitt street, each 15 feet
4 inches front, and 1 16 feet 2i inche* deep.
12, 13. On Wilkes street,each 15^ icetfront,
j and 90 feel deep.
Ml 4. A commodious two-story FRAME
DWELLING, on Wilkes street, east of
Pitt, now occupied by Win. Campbell, Jr. Lot
38 leet 2J inches Iront, and 90 feet deep
All the above lots have convenient rear out
lets, and lie opposite Smith &. Perkins's new
Foundry.
|5, 16, 17, 18. On the west side of Fairfax
!street, betv\eeu Princess and Oronoco, each 13
feet 7} inches front, and 123 feel 5 inches deep
Tei:.u>:—Cut* halt cash, and ttit- residue at si\
month-, without intne-t ; or one third ca-h, and
the i e-id no at >ix and waive month', with iiitn
ot. In either ease, negotiable notes to be given,
and a deed ot tnnt it required by me.
oct 13—cot- GKUKGE WHITE, Auct.
RY GEORGE WHII K-Aittionkkr.
SALE THIS DAY.
WALUAKLK MTS FOR SALE—I offer
V lor ►ale the following valuable lots oi
ground, which, if not disposed o! at private
sale before the 2id instant, they will on that
dav he sold at public auction in Iront ol the
Mayor's Office, at 12 o’clock, M.. viz:
No. I. A lot ot ground on Royal, be'ween
Queen and Princes* streeis, in front on Queer*
31 teet, and in depth Hi feet 4 inches
No 2. On Fairfax street, between Q'lPen and
Princess street*, on Fa*rtax street 31 teet and
running back 123 feet 5 niches to tbe centre ot
tbe square.
Terms of Sale --One third in rash, the resi
due at 5 and 12 month*, for notes hearing inter
est, *ecure.i by a lien on the premi**s.
oct S-eots WM. DK VAUGHN.
SALK THIS HAY.
VALUAKLK PKOPKKTY AT AUCTION.
On Sit nr day, the 22d mat., at I2A o'clock.
V'dl he sold m front of the Mayor's Office, that
valuable !o« ol GROUND, with the two >lory
M BRICK D»V FLUNG, M O R F, and
large Warehouse thereon, at the intei>ec
tic (i of King and Peyton streets, directly oppo
site Mr. William Sea ice's tavern, in Iront on
King stieet 53 teet, on Pevton street 90 feet
and in depth 120 leel more or less
No. 2. i wo story frame HOUSK and
I3M KOI, opposite Scarce's tavern —rents foi
>100 per annum—117 ft. deep, and 30 ft front
J erm* or Lot No. 1.—One-lourth c&sh. the
residue at one. two. and three years for notes
bearing interest secured by a lien on tbe premi
ses. Terms ot No. 2 at sale,
oct b—eois GFO. WHI I F.
SALE THIS DAY.
Building lots at auction.- on
Saturday, the 22d inst. at 12 o'clock will, be
sold ih front ot the Mayor's Office, a VACUA
BLK COT OF GROUND on Queen, between
Water and Fairfax sts , belonging to the estate
of .la*. >mith, dec’d.; in front on Queen st , Is*
feet, anti running back 55 feet more or less,
together with the two *tory frame stable there*
on. Terms at sale. Bv order
oct s-eots GKO. WH1TK, Auct.
\ 7 A C U A B L K A N D VV KCC SKCURKD
V GROUND RKNT AT AUCTION - Will
be offered tor sale, a! Public Auction, in front
of tbe Mayor’s office., in the town of Aie.xan
dna. on I hursday, the 3 d day of November.
]<<:',3, at 12 o'clock, M , that vn-uable arid well
secured ground lent ot $*56 55- .. issuing oul
of the LOT of GROUND or naif square, on
the north side ut Cameron street, between Pat
rick and A11 red streets.
This is among the best secured ground rents
in the town of Alexandria, and issues out of a
halt .‘quare of ground improved by a number ol
Houses.
Terms:—On $500 of the purchase money a
credit ol three year* will be given, lobe se
cured with interest, bv a deed ot trust on the
anuuitv sold; the balance to be in ca>h.
oct 17—d's GKO WHI I K, Auctioneer.
Land in orangk county for sack.
— Will be sold, on the premises, on Ives
day. the 1 st day of XMember, that beautiful
and deniable residence called WOODYILLK,
one mile from Orange Couit House, ami imrne
diately on the Stage road irom Culpeper t.
Goruonsvi lie, and within a quarter of a mile of
the Orange and Alexandria Railroad. J his
tract contains about 400 ACBKS, and is
well adapted to the growth of wheat, corn,
and tobacco; lias on it an abundant supply ol
timber and water, with a pioductive Orchard
ot various iruiU.
In the neighborhood of Woodvili.k is to be
fou d a* fine society a? any i t the tS'ate, united
with tbe advantage of its contiguity to ihree
public roads, its varied and beautiful scenery
.... I i K ,..<.1! L'linvi’i, tti'ailii fil llii* I h*i.- inn Ot
a*»'i ' "n ** v < ■ ■■ " -
country, all combine to render it a moa desira
ble residence.
M The improvements consist of a I)V> EL
LLXG HOUSE, containing 7 rooms, with
passages and closets. I he outhouses are in
good repair, and consist ot a Barn, Stable, Corn
House, Ice House, Meat House, and Negro
Quarters. St is unrecessary to give a more
p.uticular account. All persons wishing to
purchase are invited to view tne premises and
judge for themselves.
Immediate po*si*s-ion given of the Land
and entire po-session by the 1st ot January.
Terms —Hue-third or the purchase money
in hand, and the balance in one and two years,
secured by deed of iru-t upon ttie land, ami
bearing interest from the date.
MARY M. WILLIAMSON,
Executrix o? Jos. A. Williamson, dec d.
Orange County, net 11 —eols
The above sa!e is postponed until the
10//i of November. M. M. W.
l^XECUTOKS SALE OK VALUABLE
Cj LAND NEAR MIDDLEBURG.—The
I subscribers will sell at Public Auciion, on the
premises, on Thursday, November 3</, IS.73, the
well known Karin, cahed Stone Hill, the res
idence of the late Hugh Roger?, dec d , situated
on the Alexandria and VV inch ester Turnpike,
one mile below Middleburg, Loudoun Co., Va ,
and containing about !£60 ACRES, having on
Mil a large and commodious DWELLING
HOUSE, with all the necessary out build
\ mgs. including a large stone barn.
Thi* property offers many inducements to pur
cha>ers, from its locality, and Ironi the quality
i of the soil, 6ic. I he Land is in a high state ot
' cultivation, is well watered, and ha* a lair pro
i
■ portion ol wood upon if.
, Any one desiring further information re-pec
j mg it, can apply to either ot the subscribers
living rear the premises.
Term* or Sat -One-fourth of the pureba-e
1 money to he paid cash m Iran,I on the day of
I sale, and the re.idue in three equal amual ,n
stalments, bearing inlere.t froin he day of sale,
secured bv bond-* and deed of trust.
I' possession given immediately if required,
i At the same lime and l iare, wid he soli an
I the PERSUSAL PROPER Cl of said -leer
dent, (except slaves,) consisting of Hoi.-eho.d
and Kitchen Furniture, Farming Tools, Wagon,
Cart, Barouche and Harness, Horses, Cattle,
Faf Hogs, Wheat and Corn.
Terms tor personal property made known on
dav ofsale. HAMILTON ROGERS,
d y WILLIAM ROGERS,
Executors of Hugh Rogers, dec’d,
Middleburg, oct 11—eots
■ ..AUCTION SALES.J
CM)AJAii>J»iONfcU> SALK OF A VERY
j VALUABLE ESTATE IN FAUQUIER
COUNTY. —By virtue of a decreed the Ur
run Court ot Fat.quiei County, pronounced cm
the day ot September, IS03, in tlie suit of
Field, k.c i w. Walden, the undeisigu
ed Commissioner* appointed by the said de
cree. will ('tier lor sale, on lhe premises, at pub
lic auction, to the highest f> ddt r, on the 17'//
day of Nuvtmber, 1*>03. if Juir, if not. the neil
fair day, tnal very desirable and valuable
estate, called VALLEY VIEW, the late rest*
deuce of V'* illiarn (Jibsan, deceased.
J be estate lies in ;he valley ot the Mana*
sa* Cap, arx-ut 3 cmle-* fo'm the top ot the*
Blue kidge, ami two mdes trom the Markham
Station of the Manas-as (Jap Kail K« ad, which
iuns throtun the land. 1 ne improvements:
, consist of an elegant commod ous MAN>|O.N
MHUl NE, wilt) rxteiifive ground?, hand-,
somely laul out, and well kept together,!
: w»tn all necessary Out Houses, in good repair,
i Also, a large Merchant Mill some what out of
repair, bat at a small cost, could be put in or
der tor manufacturing flout.
Tuts estate has been long known as one of
! the most feilile and produc'de in itie whole
county, an 1 io any one desitous oi purchasing
an e>'fl:e either lor apeimanent or Summer resi
dence, it combines advantage* lately met with.
The society of the neighborhood is most e\ce.
i lent, and the good health ot the whole region
in which it lie**. proverbial It has a daily corn
| munication with Alexan !ria. trom which it is
I hut three t ours di*tant bv means ot ttie Ala
I ngs-as (Jap Railroad, which !»irni-he* a market
• at h.e door lor all the products of the estate,
j The terms prescribed bv the aaid decree, are
! as to|.ow>:—-fit) 0i)0 ol the purchase money to
be paid in cash on the day ol sale, and the re
sidue payable in thiee equal annual instalments,
with ii:t-re-t trom the 1st da\ ol January, ISod.
T he interest to he paid annually, the deferred
instalment* to he secured by the bonds ot the
purchaser, with good personal security, ami the
I title It) the land to be withheld until the whole
! ol the purchase money is pan!; hut should the
purchaser desire u, tie may take credit toi one
| tilth of the whole purchase money, until the
! i.vti day ot .1 ii ne. IS.V.I. by securing the same
| as the other deferred instalments, and paying
| the interest annually.
By the terms of the decree, the grave yard
lot is rn»erved from sa'e. The e-late contains
about 500 A (RES, but tne exact quantity
will be ascertained by a survey, before the day
of safe.
tnc ui u 3E?ynsp <!p inn.* further intor
mation in relation to this estate, are referred to
Kd ward C. Marshall, esq.,at Markham Station,
or will address the undersigned, J. VValdeH, at
VVarrenton, \ a . Thomas H. Fisher, at Mark
! fiam Station, or S S Bradford, at Culpeper
Court House. JOHN WALDEN. y
THOS. H. FISHER, ■ Comrs.
S. S. BRADFORD. )
Fauquier (’o , sep “g* — eot*.
i ^ELMA FOR SALE — Will be sold at
O public auction, on the premises, on the 30/4
day of November next, this de-irable FARM,
situated in the county ot Loudoun, five miles
nun hoi Leesburg, eijit miles hum ihe Point
of Rocks, on the Baitrnore and Ohio Kail
Road, and three mile* from tl*e Chesapeake
and Ohio Canal. It contains (>50 ACRES,
about dbo ol which is cleared, and the residue
in wood sufficiently timbered tor ail the purpo
ses of the farm.
I he cleared land is divided into nine enclo-;
sines, a productive meadow', two grass lots
convenient to the house, and six fields lor the'
plough.
Tne land is Limestone, in the highest state
of cultivation, with constant water in each
enclosure, and ail under lust rate fencing, lo
tne mixed system ot farming and grazing prac
ticed in this neighborhood, no farm can be
Mbetter adapted. The buildings conbisi I
ol an eiegant brick DV\ ELLIMJ ot
eleven 10 >ms, beautifully situated,
vwnc.i has been recently put in perfect ordef,
and tastelully papered and painted in»ide and
out. A new and very convenient Barn, ol
large dimensions, under which are roomy and
comfortable stables lor the woik horses. A
new carnage house and stable tor ihe saddle
horses, a new Ice house, comfortable houses
lor servants and overseer, and all other neces
sary out buddings.
J he water lor the use of the house and
kitchen is or excellent quality, being conveyed
from a free stone mountain spring m leaden
i pipes, to a convenient spot in the back yard,
and with small expense may be carried in
pipes to each room in the house. A laige < >r
chard of choice fruit, Apples and Peaches, was
planted lour years ago, and the trees aie all
healthy and growing rapidly. and some of them
now bearing. I heie is now being sown the
usual crop of wheat on the FARM.
In this neighborhood is found one of the
best societies in Virginia, which together with
its many conveniences and advantages, the
beauty ot its j-cenery and ihe health!illness of
its atmosphere, make it a most deiighilul place
of residence.
Terms will be, one-fourth cash, and the bal
ance m three equal annual payments, with in
terest from date, secured by bond wilh person
al security, arid dee I ol truM on the FARM.
At ihe same tune and place will be sold all the
Mock on thr farm, comprising horses, sheep,
cow-, hog', farming utensil*, &c.
The subscribers will take pleasure in showf
ing the premises to any gentleman wishing to
purchase previous to the day ol sale.
ROBERT BEVERLEY. \ Exo’rs of J.
W ILLIAM BEVKKLKV. $ B. Beverley.
Loudoun co.. sep 30—eots
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE PROPER
IV IN WAKKKMON.—By virtue of a
decree ol the Circuit Court of Fauquier coun
ty, pronounced at it* September term, 1V>3, in
the suit ot Baker vs. Bronaugh, and as the
Commissioner thereby appointed, 1 shali pro
ceed to *ell at Public Auction, on the fourth
Mo mi oy in (htoher next, (that being Court day)
upon tne piemUes, that Very valuable and long
hh^l.i.d T iWuri • i k mi r I 1/ iimTIl Ux
the • U'AREESTON HOUSE;' with
_the Buildings connected therewith. The
Lot contains about one acie, is situa’ed near
l lie centre ol the town, convenient to the Kail
road Depot, and has been favorably known as
a Kimtic House for nearly three quarters ol a
century.
I will a!«o -e!l r.t the same time and place, a
Lot in .-a d town, used as a tJARDKN LOT in
connexion with said Hotel, and Situated on
Jail street.
'Hie term- of sale will he a- follow’s.* For
ca-h as to much as will be necessary to de
fray the expenses ol sale and pay the sum of
>5,635 16. with interest on $4000, part ihereof,
from the l«t January, 1853; and upon credits as
to the residue, as lollow>: $1,300 to he paid on
the 1st of January, 1851; $1240 on the 1st ot
January, 1850; 1180 on the 1st January, 1856;
$1120 on the 1st of January, 1857; aod $1060
on the 1st ot January, 1858, or upon the same
credits and lor the same amounts until the pur
chase money is exhausted—?he deterred instal
ments to fe secured by bond with cood per
sonal security, ihe title to he retained ►uhj *ct
to the order of the Court. It i* expected .hat
by consent of parties, arrangements will he
made whereby the ca-h payment wid he re
duced, ami an absomle title obtained without
awaiting the acnon of file Court. But thi*n>
| merely suggested, and forms no part of the
i terms authorized by the Court.
.8AMUKL CHILTON, Comm’r.
Warrenton. oct 4—eots
A FARM FOK SALK—I will-elf at public
auction, oh Tuesday. I st of November, my
| Farm containing about 170 ACRK>, and ly
ing within two nuies ot Warrei ton, Va., im
mediately on the Railroad to Alexandria, the
cars stepping immmediately at the spot, every
day. The Karin is well watered, well timber
j ed, and the soil equal to any m the neighbor
ahond. Tne BLTLDING suitable lor a
genteel family, with ail Out Houses, in
good order. A further description is
unnecessary, as all who may desire to purchase
i will view the premise-.
TERMS will be liberal, and to suit the pur
chaser. 1 will also sell on the same day, tout
Work-Hoieeq two yoke of Oxen, six Milch
Cow*, 15 head of young Cattle, 20 head of hogs,
10 Stacks Hay, a quantity of Fodcer, and 30C
barrels Corn. Also, Household aod Kitchen
Furniture, Farming Implement*, a new set ol
Blacksmith’s Tools, a patent Wheat Fan, Sie ,
&c. Terms, y months credit oo ail sums ovet
$10, with interest from date. .
WM. S. CLARKE.
Warrenton, Va., oct $—eo^jw
AUCTION SALES.
rpRUST SALE OF LAND AND NK
1 GROES, IN THE COUNTY OF ALBE
MARLE. ALSO, OF HORSES, STOCK.
CROPS, HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE, PLANTATION UTENSILS,
&ic — B> value of a deed of trust executed by
B. M. Perkins on the 7ih inst , and duly recor
ded in ihe Clerk’sof Albemarle county,
(lor the benefit ol Eeane &. Brown arid other*,)
the undersigned, trustees therein named, will,
on Wtdnc'day,Qth of \otnnbtr, 1853. at ihe re
sidence ol said Pei kins, sell to tn«- highest bid
der, at public auction, ihe real and personal es
tate conveyed by said dted.txcept fcuch ol the
slaves as shall have been previously sold.
The sale will commence wuh the tract of
Land containing about GOO ACRES, on w hich
Mr. Perkins now resides. This i* one of the
most desirable farms in Albemarle, or in Vir
ginia. It lies about 4 miles northwest from the
town of Scoltsville, immediately on the plank
road leading from that place to Staunton, and
within a mile of one ol the contempla ed hfit >
for the extension of the Alexandria Railroad
to Lynchburg. It has a sufficient quantity ol
timber upon it for ail the purposes of the larm,
contains a large proportion of hue land, and is
admirably adapted to the growth of Corn,
Wheat, Tobacco, &c. The improvements on
Inis farm are equal to any in Virginia The
M DWELLING HOUSE, which Is beauti
fully located, i* a hand'Oine brick buil
ding, with eight well arrranged and
: commodious rooms. I he Kitchen and Smoke
I House, with eveiy other out house, including
■ Barn, Stable*, fete , needed lor the completeness
ol a (arming establishment or the comloi t o! a
country residence, and are of the be>t descrip
tion, have all been located and constructed with
great care and are in excellent order. Never
filling streams aie found all over the larm,
whilst a Well within the yard furnishes a inos'
abundant supply of the purest water lor ali do
mestic purposes.
A fine Garden, a thrifty Vineyard and Or
chard of the most choice truit, arc al*o arnon
the advantages of the place. And last, though
certainly not least, in point of intelligence, <Nc ,
ihe society of the neighborhood is equal to any
in Virginia.
Next to the sale of the Home tract, three
other smaller tracts ot land will he sold, called
the Dawson Place, the Harlan Place arid the
Coleman Place These ere separate Irom he
home tract, but are sufficiently near to be valu
able appendages to it. One ol them, (vve think
• i... nUn< V /oinla ins uhniil ACRES.
I WIV. I I U I lull | MUVV, y —
and the other two about 100 ACRES each
! T he Harlan place has respectable accommoda
tions lor a family, and all ol them are particu
larly valuable lor their timber, especially should
the Railroad, as is probable, pass near them.
The lands disposed of, T en Slaves will next
be .old, exceedingly valuable, and then the stock
of Horses, Cows, Sheep, Hogs, Crop* ol every
description, Farming Utensils, 3 good family
Carnage, and assortment ol Household and
Kitchen Furuiluie —the former of the veiy best
desci iption- including a first rale Piano.
The sale will commence on Wednesday, the
Dili of November, 1S53, or as soon theicaller as
the state of the weather will peimit, and will
continue from day to day till completed. It will
lake place at the residence of Mr. Ferkins
Terms —The real c3t:ite vs ill t e sold lor so much
*ojiii ;ts will t)o needed to defray' the cxj)eii-'*s
the sale, and as to the hula, ct* of the ptircli 1
money, on a credit <>l one, two and ilir»*e ye.n-.
with interest troui date, i he purchase! ft)
bonds with good per-on.il -rcimty, and a de* d ot
tr.i-t upon the land as addition'll security, f he
slave-will be sold tor cadi, or negotiable notes,
we I endor-ed, at four months, wiili the interest
added, payable at the Farmers’ Hank at < hai
lottesvdle. lie* personal prof**rty will be -oul n*i
cash, as to all sums ot >ln and under; over tba.
aineii111 on a credit ot -1x months, w 11ii 1111 e t.
trout the date of sal'*; but the iliteic-t to be remit
ted d the principal be nan! on or before tin; d ty
when due. WM.il WOODS, >
E. K. WATSON, } 1
IV S. Letters ot inquiiy should he addressed to
Win. M. Wood?, Mt. Horeb, Nel.-on County, or to
Alexander Hive-, Charlottesville, and Mr l'erkms
will shove the land to any who may wish to buy.
\VM, SI MMLKSON, Auc«.
Albemarle County, Va , oct —vvts
IHHUC >AhE OF VALUABLE REAL
1 k>tatk in the uhnty of Fair
fax—Having concluded to subdivide and *eii
my real estate, in the County ot Dairtax, I shall
offer at public auction, ai Fairfax Court House,
in the State ot Vuginia, on Monday, (be ’Jisf <;/
November next, it lair, H not the next lair day, a
very valuable piopertv iti teal estate, containing
about FOUR THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED
ACRES, which will be divided into farm.* of
about 100 Aires, running in straight line*, and
if practicable to allot a dwelling house to each
lot. By tin* arrangement at* opportunity will
be afforded to persons to puichase email laims,
to secure comfortable homes, to cultivate, and
improve the property, i he residue of tf e estate
about 4;500 Acres, is lor sale by private con
tract.
This property include* that portion of the es
tate ol the late Thomas Fairfax, called the
RESERVE. It commences about six miles
Irotn Fairfax Court House, and extends thence
westward!}’, nearly to Dryingpan Meeting
House, and northwardly to the village of
Dranesville; .s about 1* miles from the City of
Alexandria, ami the same distance tromLeorge
town. and Washington, D. C., to which theie
are good Alaradamized Road*. Having been
me “RESERVE,” there is, upon a large portjon
ol this land, an immense quantity of valuable
timber, of the ougtnal growth, consisting ol
yellow pine, white and red oak, chestnut and
hickory. T he soil cona'Ws ol a clayey loam,
in every respect suitable for heat, corn, and
grass, and rests upon a clay sub soil. 1 here is
no estate in Virginia, better watered: it abounds
with the purest and most limpid streams, and
springs that never tail. The climate and health
of this locality, are well known, bring unsur
Mpassed in th * respect. T here are a number
at Dwei.um; Houses, orchards, and oth
er improvements upon tin-* property, many of
■ >jru rnrii fortafilp The Middle
I’lirnpik** Road, leading from Alexandria to
Leesburg, runs through this properu, upon
which there will be laid oft eight lairn*. bind
ing upon the Turnpike roa-L l he Alexandria,
Loudoun and Hampshire Kail Koad will run
right acioss this estate, and it i* thought, ver,
m?ar its centre, bringing it bv K*il Road, within
10 miles of Alexandria, Georgetown, and W ash
ingtou City, I) C. And by special agreement
wnh the Rail Road Company, there is to he a
Depot on Ibis property, to w hich there will <e
opened convenient roads. As soon as the ne
cessary surveys can he made, lat* will e ex
hibited, showing ihe prec.se locality of the
several farms the situation of the dwelling*,
timber, wood and water. I »*rsnn* who wish
to purchase, aie requested to examine this es
tate, as .us believed to he the best opening
either for large or small farms, which hws
ever been offered, in tin* rapidly improving sec
lion of the country. 'J he title to this propeity
i is unquestionable.
j Tkrm* or JSai.e.-One fourth of the pur
chase money will be required in hand, on the
day of sale, the remaining three fourth* will hr
d.vided into six equal annual payment*, from
i the liMdayol January, isr»4, with interest, the
! interest to be paid annually, to be secured by
| the notes of the purchasers, and a dted o. trust
upon the land. , . .
possession of such tract* a* rr.av »e occupied
i by tenants, will be gven on the hr*t day ot
Jaliuarv next. AMoan) other lands, the posses
6jon Wi!l be grv^n immediately after the **a!e.
Deeds will be delivered on or before the 1st
day of January next, lo examine maps ot the
eMaie. and f'<r any further information, the un
dersigned refer* to THOM AS R LOVE. e*q.,
his sohcitor and agent, Fairfax Court Hoti^e,
Va Sale to commence at 11 o’clock, A. M
BENJAMIN THORNTON, Sen., “Montpe
lier. Orange County, Va.
Fairfax Co . Va.. sep 1C,—eots _ __
V1 AUJA B LE FARmTorTa I. K -1 -111
Sfll publicly on Un ls‘ daV °t November
next, a valuable FAKM. *>*"K |n u 1**1 lf‘
i ('in tv Vm one mile ftom Brandy Depot, on
,he Orange and Atexandrta, Radroad^and ejx
' 370eSAC 11 k"b;*27# of which are cleared, the
i re,|n*il||1 Ml'l'alH^Tb acres of wood land a half
; m, e south of Brandy Depot. The terms * t I
be made accommodating to the purchaser —
Whoever wiebee a healthy location ia a good
neighborhood, will do well to cal'upon me,
aod l will taka pleasure in showing the premi
ere to thoee who may wish it.
JOHN GLAS5ELL.
Culpeper County, oci d—tote

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