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VOL 1.1V. ~ MONDAY MQRNINo! OCTOBER . NO~ ^
- - - — _* i a vt ar«LII?\lir.Sl I The Great Kentucky Rant-hern Remeriv! I ArfT«<TF!T.T. A NTEOTTR RPAnrwn
Alexandria Gazette A Virginia Advertiser
PUBLISHED D. '.LY BY
EDGAR SNOWDEN,
A: Light Dollars per auutnn, payable haliyeariy.
Alexandria Gazette A Virginia Advertiser,
(FOR THE COUNTRY)
13 PUBLISHED, REGULARLY, ON
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS Jc SATURDAYS,
A t livedollars per annum, payable m advance.
T> a*sof Advertising—Advertisements no sex
ee *ding one square, i user led three timesforone
dollar. Advertisements continued liter three
limes, for 50cents a square for each insertion
iNsios, or 25 cents outside. Sixteen lines are
counted ass square.
Advertisement>by the year,atpricesto beugreed
upon, utving i eterence to the usual amount ot
space they may occupy.
P ersons advertising bv the yeai not to advertise
articl -s not included t n their regular business,
n »r o insert in their advert sement,any other
n m-s than their ova
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.
The Great Southern Mail will close daily at
$ o'clock, A. M. ,,
The Warrenton and Manassas Lap Route
Mails, at 7 o’clock, A. M.
The Culpeper Court Home Route Mail, c OS
es daily, at 2 P. M., and arrives at 10, A. M.
The first Mail tor Washington City omy, at
bK o'clock, A . M.
The Great Sort hern Nail at l o clock, P. M.
The second Northern and Southern Mail, via
Washington, daily, at 4 o'clock, P M
The Northern Neck Mails at six o clock, A.
M , daily. .. , , u o
Theological Seminary Mail, at 4 octock, r.
M., daily. .. , . ,
The Middleburg Route Mail at 7 o clock,
A M.,on Tuesdays, Thursdays,and Saturday*.
The Leesburg Route Mail at 9 octock, r.
M , on Mondays, Wednesdays, and rndavs.
The Occoquan Mail at 10 o'clock, A. M , on
Tuesdays, Tnursda>s, an*l Saturi!a\ s. j
The Office will be opened from 7 ’ > o c oc k,
A. M., to 6 o'clock, P. M , allowing sufficient
time only, tor the opening anil closing ot tue
principal Mails. . . I
On Sunday, the Office will be open Irom " ,
to 9!* o'clock, A. M., and V., to I oc.ock,
P. m* T. W. Ashby, V.
R K <; 11 I. A K 1. 1 N E
_ NKVV YORK am>
ALEX A SDK l A PACKE TS, j$j^
Composed ot the following first class Vessels,
which leave New \ork every Saturday, or
of tenet, if necessary :
Schr. Arctic, CJ. K. \\ ilson, Master.
“ Hamilton, A Dayton, 4*
“ Senator, I Myers, 44
“ Fairfax, M Osborn, 44
“ Statesman, J Wicks
“ Kmpikk, W. Smith,
t; Arlington, J Murch,
“ Mo NT Ross, H. Lewis.
The above were built expressly tor this trade
anil ar<* romin.Liitied by well known and expe
rienced masters. Shipper* by tins line will be
afforded every possible facility and freight will
be token at the lowest rotes.
The above Vessels will sail regularly as ad
vertised, (full or not fUil,) and will come
through direct. For freight applv to
S1KPHKN SHINN & SON,
Jannev’s t\ hart. Alexandria.
STl’KGKS. CL FA KM AN & CO.,
a|) 2\ 110 Wall street. New >ork.
PHILADF.LPHI V AND w
4 7.F X A \ DRl\ PAt'hEls _\
TnZTir line to sod. positive! >J J > om each port
"every WKKK THROUGHOUT THE 'KAS0^
FlVK substantial fast sailing > KSShLN .
BEING NOW ENGAGED IN Tills LINE, ONE OF
them will sail for Philadelphia, every week |
irithout foil. n v pi'
WKKT17RN1NG, one of these FACK
Kl S WILL LEAVE Philadelphia. tor Aexiindun
ami the District, every Saturday, positively,
XLU the year. FKKIGH I S lower than
BY ana OTHER CONVEYANCE. AND TRANSHIP
MENT, THE VKSSKLS G-ISG DIRECT FROM POR f
toPoht KOUKKKIUHr ™
DELI’HIA, TO 1 ... „... rn
No. 7 North ^ harvi.-*. or to
STKPHKN SHINN & S°N,
Jannky's Wharf, Alexandria, > a.
ap 18—dtf
MOTT BKDKLL’S
.»♦»» USE OF PACKETS, __
jTveSW York weekly.or opener, if refined,
For Alexandria, \ a., Georgetown and
W ashington, l>. C\
Schr Mott Bedell. Fowler, Master.
g Frank Fierce, Ed ward; ‘
“ Ann D, J; M. Mott
U Volant, Mott Simonson “
u Pampero, Kendrick.
I'he anove vessels are commanded ny
experienced Masters, and Shippers can depend
on their sailing regularly.
Freight* taken a! reduced rates.
For further particulars s f.n
molt bkdkll & uv,
101 Wall street, New York.
New York, mh •>.*>—-law ly
_ FOK BALTIMOKF.-Che s'ea
^^SgaJiier OSCEOLA will on the *J5th
sfaemnerTcommence running regularly to the
above place; leaving Washington every Sunday
at 1 o'clock. A. M. Ke unitiig. leave Haiti
more every Tuesday at 6 o clock, I . M.
The Osceola has made arrangement* to re
ceive all freights destined for Alexandria or
Washington, arriving at Baltimore on Mon*
days or Cue-slays of each w*»ek, by the larker
_* m • C W't I *>i,rv\ V all* \ nr L*
Vein wne oi :.v v., rL
Bv this route goodsshipped from New iork
on Friday's and Saturday’sot each week will
leach Alexandria and Washington the follow
inor Wednesday'*
She will touch regularly going and re tuning
at Leonard town, St. Mary’s love., and tone
River, and at the usual landings on the 1 oto
mac lor signals, or to land.
For Freight or Passage apply to
JAMES MITCHELL, Captain, or
CLARENCE JEWETT, Agent, at Atexa.
oct 1 ‘2—tf
FOR MOUNT VERNON —
^o^^5&The regular davs for the steamer
£WWS$HISGTOS.ty^KT «AS,H.
i vi’Tiiv a vi) JVlOl N * * 'o« art
V (> VI) i 1' WEDNESDAY. w‘d Fit I l)Al
leaving her berth a. Ua.ngerfield’s Wbarl, a,
'iUr fhe Garden a. Ml. Vernon, is - ow oner
(or the inspection of the passengers Mr
Hughes has permission from the t*rJ1P 1 .
M Vernon, to admit visitors, by homing him
*»elt responsible for the preservation o ‘
ti .weN, &c., &c. It will be a source c, gratin
cation to the visitors to Mt. \ ernon, to knov%
that they ^ave the privilege of going into t t
garden, and viewing the Lemon I REE, A’c
planted by Gen. Washington himself- oct *7
-p% NOTICE.—The steamer CO
4|4BfliHteLl MBl A, being in thorough re
pair, will start on her regular trips from Baiti
more, on next Saturday,'at 4 o'clock, P. M -
Returning, leave Alexandria, every Wednesday
morning, at 7 o'clock, A M.—stopping at al
the various landings on the river. For treigh
apply to J« J» WHEAT & BROS. Agents.
teh 1S —tf__
FOR B *LTlMORE.-The stea»r
er POWHATAN will receiv
freight ror baltimore, on Friday and Saturda
oftatk w**k. and leave on 6W<rw mormn,
Reiar^c, l«a»« fc SOn! !
fi . JamtevMWivw
1H7 INTER IS COMING -100 pan ««
W tom Blaakeis, just received, and mu
positively b* *°M' GEO WHITE
store of
oct 1“
OKANtiK AND ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD.
CHANGE OF HOURS.
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, October
ti//*, 1553, daily trains ( Sunday* excepted,)
will ueiuii over this road, agreeable to the lot
lowing arrangement.
A train tor \\ arrenton and intermediate
points will leave the Station, corner ol Ihike
and Henry streets, at “f.» o'clock, A. Md ai
rive at W arrenton, at 11 o'clock, A M.
Returning, will leave W arrenton at a quarter
past l o’clock, P. M., arriving in Alexandria,
at a quarter before 4 o'clock 1* M.
A tram trom Culpeper C. H. to Alexandria,
and intermediate points, will leave t- mpepei v •
H. at 7?* o'clock A. M , arriving in Alexan
dria. at IO'vj o'clock A M* . lVn,
Returning, will leave Alexandria at 1;4 (’
clock, P- M . arriving at Culpeper C. H. ai 4/4
o'clock, P M . ,, . „
A dailv Stage is running between Gordons
ville and Culpeper, C. H. in connection with the
Car** on this and the Virginia Central Loads.
THROUGH TICKETS.
To Gordonsville..’r‘j[
Do Staunton,.]){
Do L\ nchburg.*'
Do Winchester.•V.'.'V’l* ,
Per order: W. B. BUM KE1 1. Agent.
oct 4 —11
FUR THE R EX TEX Sit >X »>> T.
M\NASSASGAP RAIL ROAD.
f-T’ Mo, trr? T VT ft
DAILY LL\L TO lYiXCH T
riiHK PASSENGER AND PR h I G H T
1. TRAINS are now running daily, (Sundays |
excepted.) between Alexandria and Mark*
ham Station. miles iron) Alexandria, a id 4
miles only from the County of Warren, con
necting bv Stage with Middleburg at the l lains,
and bv Kemp fc Taylors daily line, (via an*
and Millwood.) with Winchester, trom * led -
rnont. And on Mondays, W edne-day s and
Friday's, (via Front Royal) with Lurav, tiom
Markham Station . ,
June Table on Manassas bap Kail h xiit.
Stations.
Leave Manassas Station, 9 2->oc.ock, A.
44 Gainesville 4‘ 9 n‘>
“ Thoroughfare41 1° u-*
44 plains 44 l,) 2-’
41 Salem ;; 1° ^
44 Rectortown 44 19 r>->
44 Piedmont 44 H 0r>
Arrive at Markham 44 11 29
KKTURNIMi.
Leave Markham Station, 11 00 o'clock, A. M
.< Piedmont “ Vi ‘-'0 “ 1 • f1
44 Kectortown 44 12 >l)
44 Salem 44 12 50
44 Plains 44 1 00
4* Thoroughfare 4‘
44 Gainesville 44 l
Arrive at Manas-as 44 2 1» “
M. M. WELSH, Superintendent,
my 4—tf
Office Orange & Alexandria R. R.Co., \
Alexandria,Oct. IS, 1S51. 5
MERCHANDIZE for transpo. tation on this
Road will be received daily (Sundaysex
cepted) between the flours ot S o'clock, A. M ,
and 4 P. M., at the Station, corner of Duke
and Henry sts., under the following regulations:
All articles offered for transportation rmis? be
distinctly marked, and each lot arcooipanicti b\
a list m duplicate of the number and descrip-;
tion of packages to be forwarded, and Mil* iitd>k j
of the consignee and consignor.
Gunpowder will only he forwarded under
special agreement, and mu>t he delivered at
the depot, on the mornings of lue-da\ , 1 nurs
dav and Saturday, by half-past 4 oc lock.
oct i9—tf \\\ B. BROCK El 1, Agent.
MANASSAS GAP RAlL KOAI>.
To Merchants, and Forwarding Agents in
Alexandria.
ON AND AFTER Monday, the 27th of
September, the following articles only,
will be received for transportation, loaded on
Union street, (viz:) Guano. Plaster, ( oal, taw
bules, Lumber (not less than three tons.) Hogs
heads of Sugar. MoU-es. Bacon, (not less
than 1000 ibs. each ) Chartered cars contents
unknown. AM article* weighing less than
1000 lbs each, must be delivered to the Agent
at the Depot, accompanied by a duplicate state
ment specifying the number, description, marks
destination, Consignor, and Consignee. And it
articles weighing le*sthan 1000 Ibs. each, are
found loaded in carson Union street, they wii
not he fowarded, but stored at the mw"* °*
the Consignor. By order:
se p 2 4 — 11 _____
_ —.NK'.V AKKANtiK VIKN»' !—
SSP&aSt&i i Til AM'* Ov,NIBl Sk>.—
TKAVfil.LKKS A T T KNT i (' N-— I he sub
scribers OMNIBUSKS are st-ll running be
•weeii AI xamtna and \Va<hiri2ton, at rei
;,Ur hoars, tor the accommodation of the
nuhlrc. They connect with tyrry
trom Washington, t-xr eil the eight o clock
tram, and wrih tvtry train from balh
more. The 1 tlbiic may rely on lire Ommu -r.
running m dull time.,, and brisk, at the hotn>
slated, passengers or no passengers. I hi, line
was established lor the acconmoda ion o! the
public: It has run at all times, part ot the hme
when the bridge was impassible, with only one
l _ ... m.l wmtr: the price w»is
r.HdUv in ru'i""'-- ” , , t
never increased above 2.r> cents dunng he ob
struction ot the navigation. I am now con
strained to cad upon mv triends and toe punli
at large,'osu-tain the hne. My coaches run
at unprofitable hours, as well as profitable ones.
For Urn ug lier accommodation °l the jmir».ic,
the OMMBl’SKS will run at the following
1 Leave Alexandria at -1 and A. M.. 2 and
[ ’ Lave Washington at f» and 11 A. M., H and
S*f»ASSKNf!KRS will thu* be enabled to come
direct through, and get a nights rest in Alexan
^HK *‘x o'clock Coach arrives in Alexandria
sooner than by any oth> r conveyanoe, and »n
nmt for breaklast and the Orange am. Alexan
dria Kail Road. . , •
FARK tor the first trip up. and he J^t^
down, 50 CKN I'S—other TKlPb 25 tlb.
eXUa* «C<;H LATHAM_
I ADAMS & CO.'S FAPRKSS TO WAKUKN
ION, VA.
HaVI vana-eine‘11 th(
Fxi’Kt^ Hcsiness, in Warrenton, the un
• dersi^ned assures the business community am.
he public in general, that the same promptne*
' and despatch that characterises the Kxpre»s p
■ other places, shall be ioun.1 on this line Mer
u .i others will find it to their interest tc
Chants and o hers «o Phlladelphit
' or from Baltimore in 23. Al
. ■ m 40 d dehveied free of charge.
.(goods called for and ^ ( FANT, Agent.
‘ -r A M mvnaied now to forward goods on till
||I
jSicoStV.;-. ,"vK;Sr;<; ft
- land, and Scotland, for tf;|nk in rh
• {*» f' "'u'^ds pa> HUGH UTHAM.
e l ntted Kingdom. r*1 Agenl
y' mh 15—if ____'~~T~
; PAFrBANKS’ PLA TFORM s C a L K b -
* r Long tnoven- Severely tested—Alteaji
, right-Ae Acknevitdged Standard
L, Ao.srst-Geo. C. Kwm*, 21 ChatlM swee
d Baltimore; Fairbanks & Co , 80 Water «rep
»t N Y.; D. B Smith & Co, Alexandria,
m Railroad, Hay, Coal and Farmer* SLAM?.,
set in any part of the country at short notice,
oct 4—d3mo
_ GRO( ERIKS &c._
ROBERT H. HIJNTON, Grocer and Gen
eral Cpmmis.ijn Merchant, Ihompson's j
Wharf, between Cameron and Queen it reels, lias I
received pei Scl.r. Arctic, and Brig Fidelia, from
New York, and Schr. J. B. Griffith from Bain
more, his tali supply of GROCERIES, which
he offers to dealer*, upon accommodating teiins,
ai.d fully as low, it not lower, than they car.
be had in this market. A large portion of his
stock was purchased early, in alid during the
month ot August, prior to the late advaure, and
he can and will sell upon terms the most tavo
rabit: he offers lor sale the following GOODS,
V|/ : -
:>() hhds Porto Rico, Cuba, and New Oceans
Sugars, part strictly prime; 100 packages loaf,
Ciusher! and pulverized Sugar-, oO bb!>. i url
1 land Syrup; 3"> bbis. New Orleans Molasses;
1 r>o bags and pockett- Kio. and 0:d Java Coffee,
rid bait chests Gunpowder, Imperial, \oui.g
Hyson and Black Teas 10 coils Cotton, Manil
la, and Jute Rope-; 00 boxes Adamantine and
Sperm Candles; ‘inhales W rapping l vune, 20 j
boxes Pearl Starch; 2 > boxes Toilett Soap; 74
quarter boxes Bunch Raisins’. ->0 dozen Lorn
Brooms and Whi.-p-; GO gross Matches; 11,000
lt>s Cotton Yarn; very superior.
With a variety ot o’her unic es such as So
da: Sa! .Eratu-: Clove.-; AL-pice: Nutmegs,
Mace: Indigo: common and lancy Soaps; Race
Ginger: ground Ginger: grain and ground I ep
pt*i; Alum; Saltpetre; Epsom Salts; panned \ ails
and 1 utrs; Cedar Ware; Eastern and Eng.ish
Dnry Ch- e^e; ground Coffee: Putty; \\ iiulow
Glass. ^ X 10 and 10 x 12; Mason’.- Blacking;
Aimouds; Brazil Nut.-; Gilberts, Stc., c.
ALM>, a large and general assortment ot
Tobacco; Imported and Domestic Segars; Bran
ding; Wines; Champagne: Cordials: ^ hiskey;
Gin; &c. . . .
d o an examination of which he particularly
invites the attention of Country Merchants,
pet 3—eotf _
noHiNsoN & payne, grocers and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, have re
ceived per Schrs. Fairfax and Fidelia, from
New York, and Sarah Amelia, from Philadel
I't ia, their Fall Stock of Groceries, to which
they invite the attention of merchants and buy
ers generally, i heir stock cousi-is in par,
of— ,, ,
SUGAR —Porto Rico, New Orleans, tuna,
Refined, I .oaf, Crushed, and Pulverized.
MOLASSES.—N. Orleans, Muscovado, and
CUKKEE.-Rio, Laguira, Maricaibo, and Old
TKA.—Gunpowder, Imperial, Yount; Hyson
and B ack, some very superior.
TOBACCO — G’s, b’s,and pound lumps.
SUNf)RIES —Segars; Brown. Casuie and
Vailegated Soap: Tallow, Adamantine, and
Sperm Candle-: Powder and Shot; >co rh. Rap
pee. and Lombard's Snuff: Leading Line, am
Bed Cord Rope; Pearl Naich: Sup Carh. N>d,.:
Sa’ia atns: Vea*i Powder. Sait Pet'e*. A um;
i > _ v i... out- ('inn^iiiOii' Race and
r.i'sum .-fine-, ..- i
Csrouini (imger : Gram and Ground \ epper,
Cloves; Mace; Pimento; Nutmegs; Indigo; (Mu
pera-: Brimstone; Chalk; Spanish Brown; Ve
mtiai. Red; Matches; Pu i\; n x id, and 1U x 12
Gi.ts-; U rapping i wric; Painted Buckets, >u
gar Boxes: Broom.-; Whisj-s; Pipes; VV rapping.
Letter, and Foolscap Paper: Kork and assorted
Candy; Walnu’s; Filbert.-; Pecan nuts; and Al
monds. Together with many other articles,
w|,ich thev otter sale upon accommodating
terms. o< t 7
i \ & s. BLACK LOCK, Grocers and Com
t Mt-.-i' n Merchants, H'aikU'ik < ll/mf,
are no.\ r* ce.v.tu per packets from Boston.
New Yo.k Philadelphia, and other cities, one
(il the largest and best selected stocksol GM>
CEME^ to he found o* this market, to which
we invite the attention of merchant- and deal
eis generally, and will be sold on accommodat
tng terms:— , ,
N O.P K., and Cuba Sugars; leaf, crushed,
pulverized, and clarified do : P. R., N. 0. Car
denas, and Sugar House Molasses; Rio, La
guy ra. Marie a bo, Jamaica, and Java Cottee.
Ground C< flee, in boxes; Y. H , Imperial, G.
P., and Black Teas; 145 boxes Sperm, Ada
ma.tir e, and Mould Candles: 1>5 boxe-tel
i low, Brown, Castile, Variegated, and Pancy
Soaps: Rice: Ncotch and Rappee Snutt; Cap.
Letter. and Wrapping Pa, et; Painted Bucket-.
I Wood ware; Blacking: Blacking and V* lute
Wadi Biushes: Powder. >not; VV lute Lead;
Sperm, Whale,Train, and Linseed Gil; Vine
i ^ar; Pimento; Peppei: Musiarii; V east I ow
! deis: Gayane Pepper: Mace; C.oves; G-nger:
i Nu'inegs: Matcfies; Rope: Bed Cords; hiooros,
Whisps; Chocolate; Cocoa; Ink; Percussion
Caps: Indigo; Alum: Madder, Snp. Garb. Soda;
Sal /Ivatus; Ft som Salts; Cinnamon, and Pig
Blue. Also, 275 this. Eastern Herr ngs.
sep 30—eott
Brandies, wines, domestic li
QtOUS, TOBACCO, SEGARS, &c.—45
1 ti d V ca-ks Henne^v, Otard, Dupuy is
Co * Wat tell. E Uomn fc Co... Moreau. Pelle
vo,sen and Signette. Cognac and Rochelle
Brandies ot various vintages, pari very supe*
rior:Vd) l. ( asks Sicily. Madeira. Port. Sherry.
Swet-t. Malaga and Madeira VV ink-: boxes
Ci.ahet Wine; 5U baskets ( hampaon!.: I pun
cheon Jamaica 'pirit: 5 pipe- Holland Gin.
>50 bb's. Rectified Whi-key: J-h -. -o
Monoi g ilia, am! other brands R ye V\ hi-key;
Dome-tic Brandy; no. Gin: N K Rot: Cher
ry Brandy; S5t'U0 Havana. Principe, Carman
nut Arne, ican SEGA US: 175 boxes T*. * s am:
Ca V KN DISH 'lOHACCO; part very |>ritne, ah
ol which will he offered at very low prices, am:
on as good terms as any house in .he city, to
which we invite the attention of buyers.
1). & N. bLAlMAA n,
sep 29—eotf Black lock’s Wharf.
irsr KKCKlVKI) -
«) P R and N. G. Sugar. Loaf and Crush do
Coffee Java, Rio, Lagu.ua and Mancabo
Bacon, Mams. Sides and Shoulders
\>,t Wood Ware. f,over»d Buckets, painted do
Painted Cooler*. Zinc Wrnsh Boards; common
do; Sugar Boxes, Brooms. Gun Cups. j
and English Letter, Cap and Wrapping i apei;
Powder and Shot, in store and tor sale bv
SHACK LETT l’\>ON,
oct 10 Cor. Prince and Union-sts.
tr»ISH.~ „ ,,
1 i >'» bbls. No. 1 Georgetown 1 ototnac Her
i ings
25 do Mackerel, Nos. 2, 3, and i
5,000 lbs. Cod Kish, a No. 1 article
400 do Hate do
5,000 Smoked Potomac Herring. t itv cured,
in store, and for sale by . T,pwnV
GEORGE W . HARRISON,
r^* i<a Cnio'i street, near berr\ Sup
f IQUOKS.— ,
1 a 150 bbls. Rectified W hiskey, “cnoice arti
c! e
50 do Martin’s & Gibson's Whiskey
00 do Brandy ami Gin. s.une superior
1,000 gals. Port W snp. o! all grades
150 do Cher-v Brandy. Call and exam
ine at GEORGE W" HARRISON’S,
oct 19 near Kerry Slip,
I HMDS. MUSCAVaLO MOLASSKS.—
i >wU 25 hail Chests Gunpowder, \oung Hy
son, and Black Teas
10 bbls. No 1 Beef, in !*trorc» and toi
, sale by F. A. MARBLRV,
‘ I ret 11_ _ Fowles Wh »rt
' rpo all whom i f may concern -
. i R you wish to purchase nick rA.vllLi
. | GROCERIES, 1 would advise V-. to go to
J T. M. McCORMILK CO.,
ocl IS Theatre Buildma
: q/\ BUSHELS PRIME TlMOTH\ SEE!
- At * iust ree, ived, and for sale, by
, orUS HIT ME, MARSHALL fc WARD.
HHDS. PRIME PORTO RICO SUGAI
* If) m store, and tor sale by - , „
k oct 22 FV A MARBURY, Fowled Whari
S V^iNKGAR.—5 tierces best Pickling Vinega
b> J- J "HEAT It BROS.
Tobacco, Segars, «c., «c._
w-egakn chkwTmT wbaouT^d
iS SNUFFS, OF I UK ' KKY FINKS I
QUALITY.—The Mih-rriber, cl.Am old stand,
Aorth East corner o) King and J>J'ee '>
(shin OF THE Indian Chief, a Sfgjr ii»
Ins mouth,) lus on han.i, and consuntl) keep*
ARTICLES OF THE VERY FINEST QUALITY, W b
line, also mkdHM AM) I-ou lMUCtD GOC *-•
And he hitlers hunseif, that an experience
upward-ol 30 consecutive Nears at iis usinesK
renders his judgment in his line * v lITa. ne
names in part: — . , ,
.SKGAKS.—Havana, Principe, and man} oth
er brands and qualities. ,r
CHKWING TOBACCO—lames I homas,
Juniors, verv best Virgmius, (work ol the sum
mer ol I8.V2,) also In- Diadem i wist, (work ot
the summer ot 1852.) These tobacco- are
now in their acme, and cannot he beat it
equalled. Thomas’s Eldorado, or Anti-Nerve
Tobacco, and Forne superior medium lb.-,
(work of summer o' 1852.) Also lbs. vari
ous brands. And 10s, lump, a first-rate article
for retailers. ,
SNUFFS.— Superior Martinique, in lb. bot
tles; Garrett’s very best scented Rappee, in jar.-,
(ktq)t properly:) Rose scented Macoboy and
Natchitoches; Garrett's Scotch, in bladder.-, bot
tles. and lorse in kegs
SUN DR IKS —Smoking 'Tobacco ; 1 *pes ;
Sn nil-boxes: Segar-Mnokers; Nc : in great va
net}: wholesale and retail, but the ’alter par
ticuhrlv. ...
11 you want good Segars, Chewing J o
bacco, Snails. &r., at lair prices, call at the sign
of the Inoian ( hikk. N. K. cor. of King and
Fairfax sis. CHARLKS P. SHAW,
sep 26
HB. BLAGROVK-Late ot ’he District
• of Columbia, respectfully intoims his
friends and the public in general, that he has
opened, one door above the private reMdeoce
ol H Brail lev. <-<)., Kim: *Beet. Alexandria
Va., A TOBACCO, CIGAR AND SM f-f
STORK, where those who a:e fond ot indulg
ing in the use of those articles may he accom
modated with tfie choirrd brands of Cl jA K.,
CHKWING TOBACCO, SMOKING lOBAl
CO, SNI FFS, fcc He keeps the celebrated
ANTI NERVOUS FIG TOBACCO, which is
verv tine , .
INTKN DING to keep the best artic.es,
at moderate prices, and with a disposition to
please all who favor him with their custom, he
hopes to receive a portion of public patronage,
oct S--d 1 w& I awd w _ _
rpoBACCO, SEGARS am> SNUFFS.—On
I. hand and for sale by the subscribers—
3 bulls of Jesse Hare s, sun cured, lb- Lump lo
bacco
3 u Selh Halsey, “ “
r, “ P. Robin-on's Honev Dew, “
1-2 R C. Hall's Medium,
r> “ Fletcher’s, l*
5 -l Chapman’s, u
5 “ Steven*, “ A* “
W. K. Garrett's & Son, Scotch and Rappee
Peter Lollard's, Macoboy do [Snuffs,
.1 os. Lamorell’s, Martinique do
•)•'> 000 Principe Segars
;»u,uuu navaiiii uu
100 uou Halt Spanish do
100,000 Common Ho
i. BUCKINGHAM & SON, cor. Prince
a02 2—2m and Union sts.
WILLIAM A. HART,
Wholesale, and Retail Dealer m
Nhoars, Tobacco, &c , &c. ,
rpHK SURMRlRER HAS REMOVED HlS
1 STOJiK from King to Fairfax street, next
dnnr to Dr. LaidUatcFs Drug Store, the old
dand of Stabler y Bro., and t.ecan with confi
dence >«iv that his slut k is larger and hotter than
it has ever heenj indeed the quality ot his SE
GA RS AN l) TOBACU > is as good as ever was
in tins market, and he pledges himself to sell
them as low- a- can he bought in an} market,
the price and quality considered. ap 29
NEW CIGAR AND TOBACCO STORK.
JOHX IV. SIMP SOX,
King street, (three doors east of II oshingfon,)
KESPKC I FULLY intoims his triends and
the public, that he has just received a
choice assortment ok CJGARS and ( DE H •
/A G and SMUKISG TOBACCO, in all
their different varieties. A'so, PIPES, 1 11 L
HOWLS, STEM S', of various kinds, which he
rtili >eil at the lowest prices. A cali from a
generous public is solicited. F* H
11ST KKCKIV KD, -TJ boxes Rork Candy
J Tobacco, 42 kfgs Anti-nervous Fig Caven
dish Tobacccf, and a Superior lot ot Eldorado
and Saunder’s Gold Leaf. A few more boxes
letl of the Lone Star Twist. These Jobaccos
are manufactured irom the best Oroimco Leaf,
and lor sa'e by GK.O. R. COFFROTH,
net 12 King st., between Fairfax and V'ater.
/SHEWING TOBACCO.—Anti Nervous,
V_^ Fbr, and Cavendish lobacco, tor sale by
WILLIAM A. HART, Fairfax street, between
King and Prince streets. net is
a DAMS cv CO.’S GREAT EXPRESS be
A tween Alexandria, Baltimore, I hdadel
phta, Xew York, Boston, and all the principal
ciiio and towns in the Union• I In* citr/en> ot
Alexandria are respectiul!} informed, that the
1 arrangements tor our Express, an* on an im
proved and enlarged scale. Our cars now
leave Baltimore three times a dm/ lor Alexan
dria convex ing GOODS, ot all descriptions, at
very low prices, and unrivalled speed. Our
charges from Baltimore to Alexandria tor
heavy freight, Dr} Goods, <Nc., are at Hites vor}
little" (if any,) in advance ot the ordinary
freight lines. Merchants and others ordering
•it .. 11. . .... pi.i.rn I, o r t ,a iro X /’ . Ill
I)V U>, V. Ill -rt*r lilt unxiuM ....... -'
Balt who it* ami Alexandria, an important item.
Our facilities and connections with all the
principal cities throughout the l mted States,
enable us to undertake and transact business
ol every description with great certainly,safe
ty, and despatcii.
The merehants in arrenton, Mtddieburg.
UpptMvillc and surrounding countiy. will find
it to their advantage to tor ward then GOOD*,
by our line. .
DCy" All heavy goods will he taken from tne
Philadelphia boat or stores in Baltimore, and
delivered at the store door or Railroad Depot in
Alexandria, tor 37>2 cts. per cwt.
The above will snow that we are disposed to
place our Express, and its arrangements in
Alexandria, on the same favorable footing a?
is enjoyed by us in other cities, and to extern
all the advantages to our patrons, and respect
fully request that vou g've us a trial.
Our European tlx press ior Liverpool, Lon
don, Dublin, Paris, Havre, &c., &c., leaves
twice a week. Packages,&c., forwarded. Bow
payable in any part of England, Ireland, o
Scotland, lor sale at this office.
You smould hear in mind in all cases to ordei
bv Adams Cf Co.'s Express
HUGH LA 1 HAM, Agent,
aue it—tf Alexandria. Ya
LEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA LANDAGEN
CY —The subsciiber invites those wh<
desire to invest in Eastern Virginia harm o
Mineral Lands, to call and select Ircin tt.<
number he has on sale, a happy home, eithe
upon the Rivers, Plains, or Mountains. Yir
ginia is a great country, and only need to bi
seen, to prove it., The Old Dominion has wak
ed up now to a sense ot her great nat o ai Ge
ographical advantages in cl*mate, healthy posi
. i tions, soil, navigation, Sic , which her re
' cent policy of internal improvements will rie
velop in ageometr eal degree. Faro s for sa!
upon the lines of the Rail Roads ;ead;ng frer
this place, and upon the Potomac and tribu h
ries. For further information call upon or ati
I dress, (post paid) WILLIAM LANPHIEF
Dentist, Pitt street, or during his absence JOHI
D. CORSE, Banker, Exchange Block, Altxai
l dria. my 9—-diyG
JBULLED CLOTH —The undersigned has i
store, and is receiving every wert, a w
, of Buckland Kerseys, both 3 4 and b 4, wbtc
ke offers for sale at factory prices,
oct 3 R H HUNTON
D1UIjL.WU^ J- + ^
TO BE DRAWS AT WUIIMTUB, Delaware,
In October, 1853.
GBEtiOU k & MAI KY, Manager^
(SUCCESSORS TO J. W. MAl’K\ & Co.)
30,000 DOLLAR !
LOTTERY tor the benefit oi the Mate ot
Delaware, Class 249, for 1^03, to he
drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, lfc
tober Z'Jlh, 1">-5:j. rf
J2 drawn numbers out ot 7o.
BRILLIANT SCHEME:
1 prize of $30,000 1 prize ot *3,000 J
1 do 20.000 1 .10 I
1 do 12 000 l do LOd/
I do J0.000 50 prizes of 1,000
I -Jo f),000 50 do 300
1 do 1,000 ill do ^30
kc.. s.c, kc.
Tickets $10—halves $5—quarters $2 50 .
Certificates ol puck'gs 25 whole tickets, $U0 00
Do do 25 halt do 70 00
Do do 25 quarter do 35 00
&$***( )rders for Tickets and Shares and Cer
tificates of Packages in the above splendid Lot*
tenes, will receive the most prompt attention,
and an account of each drawing will be sent
immediately alter it is over, to all who order
troin me. Address—
P. J. BUCK GY, Agent,
Fepo»3__im Wilmington, Delaware
Fancy Articles, Ac., &c.
IjWLh GOODS—A L A KG E ASSOKI
I; MEN 1\—The subscriber has just received
his FALL SUPPLY OF GOODS , among
which he mentions—Paper Hangings; Clocks:
Combs; Brushes; Soaps; Colognes; Perfumery;
Indelible Inks; Hair Oils; Washes; Dyes, ami
Ionics, ol all kinds; Ro.-e Wood, Mahogany,
Pearl, Buhl. Leather and Papier Mac he Miav*
i'»;, ar.d Dressing Cases; Work Boxes an.
Writing Desks; a splendid assortment of Chi
na; Bisk Terra Cotta and Parian Marble Orna
men is and Ware; Travelling and School hags;
a gr^at variety of Dress, Cloak, am! Mantle
i Trimmings; Cords and la-seL; Buttons, of ah
! kinds-S;v'ss ami Cambric Edging, Inserting
and Ruffing: Cndersleeves and ChemiseMs.
Cotton-; Threads; SilK.^ and Working Mate*
r.;iis, of all kinds, the best quality; Knives;
Sc is-or-; Razors and Razor Straps; an endless
variety of Port Monaies, at all prices; Saxony
\ urns, all colors; Transparent and Oiled W wi
dow Shades and Fixure>; Allen’s Pistols^ I er*
cushion Caps-. Liquor Flasks arid Segar Cu'-es,
Children's Worsted Mitts; Scarfs; Gaiters, ah'*
and Bonnets; Oil Paintings: Fancy, Work, Mar
ket, Clothes, Office, and Traveling Baskets:
Playing Cards; Stationery, kc . kc., all o
which will be sold wholesale and retail, on
the most accommodating term*, at
C. C. BERRY'S, Fancy, Variety and
0,.( J2 Notion Store, King-street.
\ fi UslCAL INS 1 RUMEN I S and JEW.
iVi FILEY —On hand, an assortment ol cele
brated Pianos, Irom lour different manulac
lories ot tne highest estimation, of which pur
chaseis may take the advantage of satisfying
their own tasies: sold at manutacturers prices,
and warranted. Also, an extensive assort
ineut ot > t )LiNo, ampiigM nic.u nuu.t «.v.
ties, viz : Cremona, Gwarnerius, and Andre
Steiner, .Vleledeons. of the last improved styles,
Guitars, Flute*, Fifes, Clarionets, and Ac*
cokdeonn, ot every size. Also, a largei a*
Nortment ot the new style J E \V E L K >
WATCHES, AND CLOCKS. WAlCHES
carefully repaired and warranted.
KASCHK & PFLUM.KR,
fi0p ;* opposite Sarepta Hall, Kmg-st.
RICHARDS’, No. 3, Exchange block, sells
Ladies Dress Trimmings ; plain, pointed,
and graduated Velvet*; Knotted and l*oo|
Fringe*; Fancy Working Materials; Go hi, - li
ver. Silk, and Worsted Embroidering braids:
Embroidering Patterns and Silks; Silk, Got'ou,
and Thread Fjoss; Tida, Twist, Working,
Marking, Crochet, Darning and Sewing Lot
tons: Zephyr and Tapestry Worsted; Purse
Silks and Findings; Saxony Yarns; Skirt bind
ing; Coat do; Whalebones: Tape; Hooks am.
Eyes: Colton and Silk Cord; Scissor*; I ins:
Emories; Wax; every discretion ol Needles
and Fancy Goo is generally. oct L'
LADIES' WORKING MATERIALS such
asZephvr, German. and Split Worsted*;
C.D.vaS and Perforated Paper, Embroidering.
Flo*s, and Purse Silks; Floss Thread: French
Working Fio**; Crotchet, Knitting, and | tda
Colton*,"alI size*; Gilt and Silver braid; Stee
beads; Purse Ring*; Cla*ps; iasselsand rrin
geS, &c., &C., together vcith a great many oth
ers. may he found at C. C-BKRKY s
ocl Fancy &. Vaiiety Store.
IIIA NOS.—Just rece.ved, a seven octave PI
I A NO, from the celebrated Manufactory of
C. Meyer,a pattern ot one on which the Man
ufacturer received the first premium at the
World's Fair, London. Also, on hand a com
plete assortment ot Pianos from other Manu
factories, which will be sold at Manufacture! s
prices, and warranted. F. KASCHK.
oct 15
1()W> SOAPS.—1 groce Low’s <;km.inf.
j Hkown WTndslk and Patent Soap;Ai*o.
Strand'* eenuisk Sand Soap, an excellent ar
Ucie lor the hands j,i*t received, and f«»r salt
at [oct 20) C. (' bEhKV S.
''PALLY HO RAZ 'RS. awarded th* first pre
X mi urn at the London ‘-World s Tan, and
warranted to give satisfaction, ju*t received.
d"oct<’ll5 J'C H. B. WHITTINGTON & CO.
INDIA KIBBKR COMBS-Another
ot tho^e tiiimtabie dressing and long
COMBS iiist received and lor j-hU' by
ort is H B WHITTINGTON & CO
U/OliK BOXES, U rh ino Desks, and
Tort Eouos, ol an kinds and at .all
prices, lor sale at C. C. BFRL\ >,
oct 20 [Sentinel.] Far cy Store.
C^OU)(iN E. — Farina and o;h»*r CdLQGN E.>,
j tust received, and tor ea!e hv
oct is H K. WHiniNGTON & CO.
/NKKAT SECRET REVEALED!—*TIS
VJ CASH, OK ITS EQUIVALENT THAI
CAN GET CHEAP GOODS'.—Fairfax street,
So. 2, South of King.—JOHS> HOWELL
can, it the public give him the same benefit ot
their Cash, that they give to others, fell as good
an article tor as small a sum, as can he bought
Irom Northern merchants, or iheir agents.
STRAW GOODS.
He respectfully calls the attention of the
1 Ladies to his extensive assortment ot SPRING
■ ASl) SUMMER POSSETS, which, lor
’ style and quality, cannot be surpassed.
Also, CHILDRES S HATS and BOS
' SETS—compusing a beautiful and complete
assortment.
SPRING HATS.
His SPR1SG HA TS for Gentlemen will
compare favorably with any manufactured in
’ this or any city. ’For quality, style and finish.
* they are unsurpassed. :*P 4—tf
s * OLD DOMINION RESTAURANT.
r JOHN T. PRICE, Proprietor.
* H 'HE PUBLIC are respectfully informed ha.
? 1 I have my establishment arranged with a
strict regard to the wants of those vs >
• i favor me with a call, and 1 do not tesitat. n
• I saving, that my house will compare favorab >
" vvith any in the city, foi nea ness g
* • meet •»ood order, ami attention. I am prepared
e at any Time to serve up ail dishes appertaining
» fo ,■ well conducted Hestauran.: such a,
• rxWV CRABS SOL P. (OSTERS, &.C.—
* Alvbar issupplied with a choice stock of impor
U ed Liquors which 1 am prepared to dispense tc
* patrons in every variety of choice pommel
drinks Connoisseurs are invited to give mt
their patronage, and 1 flatter myself l canno
' be beat. All that the proprietor asks is a call
r, and he guaranties satisfaction. :
u fg^Every day, at U o’clock, Clam fcocp
wili be served up, and ready for tboee wbi
call. auS l5-,f
DR. JOHN BULL’S
SARSAPARILLA.
IT Is put up In full fjuar’ hnttles, and con'aiuH the strength
l of six times as much pure Honduras Sarsaparilla ns any
■imilar preparation in America. Price, one dollar per l*ottk,
or *i.x boff ie> for tivo dollars
It has been a well-established fact, for years past, that
Sarsaparilla, when pure and properly prepared, w rhe
only true panacea for all diseases originating from an
impure state of th« b’ood. the use of mercury, intoxicating
drinks, evil habits in vntult. barreim****. eo- We boidU
n-*ert. that JOHN HULL'S FLUID KATKADTOF S\I!v\.
PAPILLA is the only preparation la tore the public, that,
is prepared on strictly scieii'itk principles, and <d uniform
strength. Tiie Sarsaparilla is pnr< hn-e 1 without regard
to price and ererv pound, before being ll*ed. i* «ul.j*-cr r».
the strictest chemical tests, an i if* genuineness ascenaim i
before being used . , - m .
Hull’s Sarsaparilla also contains the virtues of sever.,
other valuable medical roots, together forming * *•*
compound, and producing the
Greatest Curative Agent in the known World.
XhLs medicine, when u*e<l according to directions,
WILL Cl'RE. WITHOUT RAk.—
Scrofula or King’s Kvil. Cancers. Tmnors. Krnprknj
of the Skin, Krysi|«ela«. Chronic Sore r.ye- King
worm or Tetters. Seaid Head, Kiie'iuiatisiu,
pain* in the Hones ami Joints, old res
Hini Ulcers Swelling of the Glalid*,
Syphilis, Dyspepsia. Salt Kbcum.
Di-eases of the Kidneys. Loss
of Appetite. Diseases aris
ing from the ii*' of
Mercury, p*in in
tlr** Si b* and
Shoulders,
General Debility
Dropsy.
Lumbago, Jaundice,
Cosriveness. Sore Throa’.
Hnocbittfl, Coughs, toll*.
Weakness of the Che-t, Pulmon
ary Affection*. and all o*her Di-ea-e*
tending to produce CnnMin.ptkn. I iv*r
Complaint, Female Irreguiari i*-- and « ••,„
piaitits, Sick and Nervous If..«d • - ic. Low 'i11'1''
Night Sweats, Kxposure or lmprn km- in * it'*- ‘'nr
nie Consritufioual Di-.-;«-*** : and i- a sprit g .*n<‘
Summer Drink, and General i°nie t'"- Tt
System, and a Gentle and PI* m’ P"*-'
live, far superior to blue l.i< s
Con/re*- Water. >*!:-. **r
Senkifi Pow b*rs
R R P C1 ”, *
” g S i -v S ' '
read: read:: read:::
The truly wonderful and ivno»'••• •• cur.. * :•» •
corn** under our imm-P;: e - * v;.*i. ,
convinced o* lh**» Doe’or JIm !! •* a • ► • ■ ' '• '' 1
hi- I lui i ..■ : ■' "• !*’ ' 1 ’
co,„biii:ci< n *d v eg.-f < * *’x *•'*•* b 11
.•hemi-'rv o.o vet pnnln e I A o. ee~ to ’!,« V
i,i. i.ew en:erpri-e. *e» we I. < > * •••" -
W.. agr. e w ;:li , in i ei_b • * I ’ It ‘ i»*l h- ’ D <•
IJilil i m gr* :.t man. HI *i i **■ : 1 *
MEMCIXe: ami ..ve ful l C"VM . t "t *• b. «»• *o w i
hi- Sar-ap.iri la. w i 1: • ••* a far m or* *-o . • • - * i - *: < \< i *
oietit F.itst. than ban.: m *li*l •vi:hJ,,in> bind ‘*wwt.u
not hav* nur rc:i*l« r •« ut •!.-•-?••* ■ : »:* * • 1 »:ii:
Doctor ami bi* ^atsaj ari’.1:, v. ifn P itnim i •1 ••?** y Lu *i
b-eaiise a!i who *|*ia<i flair b**!»*r !<>r a I* ’ • “t P»'.i
Sarsaparilla wi I get r.- e.jnG*b o' . ai •! **e .*.*»• b* i*t :
diily liinktd, tl^t many . : • r *• • • - be tivin* -b •
and finding flu ir poeke- n i'o- I 'f
1 liar-. »h*-light ir wa* n*> i> * J -city *1* f •• '• 1 ': 1
One objec'jon v.e hav** t<* lb d> ?.<l*,p.,ii* t i "Mi
i,MU— if 1- >o I \ •: « itltrgiy I1'-:* at" *o ;b* • * '
invigorating to the s»-n*m. ■> *. '•'
u in” it. it i c.'i «l to ‘ > - •
L.a • t'bori'e’- I*e*f. "!' •!I inkii I G 11 ‘ • It." jo • T* 1 "
can'i '^1 IT IT — l.nmM ' !" ru'i
Tin* l ••• »• t-f*t*it*I:it *:.'.i! > n< : * - f ' t** ’ 1 \
• >! 111** l.oiiisvi! •• * ourii r. a, I P*o *•* r <v« '• ' '•
I i i*o I> Prentice. Ks*j . fbe *li-T ingill-iie l •■lio.i *.f to.
li<*iii-vb.e Joui lial, .u the loilovx ioc I .i t*M itig i' e
Tlier** i- 1IO doiibr in rlo- w id <t tie- great,i,-- ot
. . . ii .4*1 .. f r * i >« »lI •
I 1 •« M 'l I Ml II , nil'i "M V A” ..
*.f *he most s,>j,.jj*ifir |*1»\ >i« i hi* in fh*-nf\ h - vc a] •nb*ud* i
the Sarsaparilla : and wl,»f i* a great h-,l he 'er. li*
million applaud it. too. 1» is having a ti.-nieud.m* >.*»•
The ivlebiate J .hr, n- ha* from tin profit*1 . t nl* J: « " 1 •'
built a granite palace in I'hinolelpiiia. s, vd. .-one* bigb
Hint It. Hull if he choo*e«. e»u very ««>»• l.uilu •me
as high ms that It is. we ate edd. very .tub. ur f-r hiui
W> walk through our streets at «11 ; as. lie find* u*m-e .
ai rested. ..t ever* step, h, grateful .. <t l vw-sii. n. many
of whom have traveled from yen. distance- 10 huh upon
their belief.l**t* <r. arid to 1 ► .es* bllU t*’l 'heir woleleiiu.
restoration f health Th- l"*e'or. wul, all hi.* extra
ordinarv merit, is v.rv modes' ami r. tirb g : >et. w- rus
tliaf flic Ka-terii ej ie* will it- ;••* >•'* r‘ rlc-n - \.* give ;<
fitting reception to the .li*f;r I! ■ *i.. I trail who ha* l ad.
as glorious a campaign t.*r nuiiiau disease.* a.- lien
}*Cott ma le against the .' * vcai.*.
NOTICE TO FEMALES.
John Hull's Sarsaparilla i- one of *he gre«te?r fellin',
medicine* now in « \i-eem »• In those iiiim.-rou*
where tin- const j’ ut ion i- d* liii'-at v.i. the i.erv.-u* energy
is levelled, when the efi. ;rs of Iwitoi** tire w.-A ai..;
deficient, or aie profuse and overwrought. \ I en ’.ie f
is pale and rolorie-s. f he s'rei :gr|, fe.lie itii M* dug r‘**
,’pirir troubled HU*I depre.- cd. t;,c heal il broken. Il.llui
shaken, and, coiiset[uenfiy . the happii <i* siroy ed. then
It,,II*- Sarsaparilla i* a sovereign reined\ It a*.*:*t
Nature in the performance 'f b* r .boy. braces the wb.de
SVsfcni. renew.* permanently the nmur.tl energies*. removes
ob'fructiwns. checks excess*create.* pute and neat it.'
blood. and imparts health and happiness M* i** a ! - *
rnnerally, to adopt tin- u.*e < ! this medicine, we would **•*•
far less differing. di*.a*e i.ml titihap| ... rheti
than now exists; health would take the pi '** *>t liisfi**
the rosy < li**-k w«*nld su***ed flie pi.l.i ! fa* e ' • *.
have smiles instead of tear*, and perhaps a hep;
life, instead of one cur Mu-rt hy dl-case. or mad. ms**' • 1
hy contituMH Fullering and affliction. At that »ir a
period cilied the “turn of life. ‘ whi;li is often attemief
with so much danger Hull’s Sar*apjri;la i* found • >, ,k
a uiosf beneficial effect. All ladies approaching fhi- « rt-i
sbould la* apprised Of thin fact, and avail theiiieelve* of ibis
valuable medicine.
A BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIN.
How we all admire a clear, beautiful, w’iite skin and a
rosy colored check ! How offen tb> vre s»-e pcr.***us not pos
messing this desideratum, •• mi devoutly to i.e wished.’
resorting to cosmetics. lotions, washes*, paints, iit.-d coloring
materials, to re*fore them to a semblance ,,f wha' -1: va-*
ha* deprived them of. and that too. with great iujurv to
the skin. Hull’s Sarsaparilla i* the best cosmetic known
It beautifies the skin bv removing every parti* ie of morbid
and di-, a-e*l matt* r from tin* ..I, making i* pure, hcal'hy
ami vigorous, giving activity r** every nunir* v-***-i. and
changing the vdiov. and dark countenance to th*- h|o*.in
and lie.*lilie.*s *.f .outh l..idi*-s. abandon the u**- *d p it.**
ami mixture.* and u.*c Hull .« rarsapt 11. 1. the* n.y • t:« • ua*
re 1 nedv. “ A word t*- th*1 wi •• i« euffnienr," and a hint i*
enough for the ladies.
We earnestly invite all person* who are suffering with
»nv of *4 the ill** that fle.-h is ln ir to.” to rail on In* John
Hull's Agent, and get a copy of Hull’s family Journal.
gratis* ; ami for fli« Mke of humanity, we b^-pe tint a
single individual will r*.t he found, unwilling to give Hull's
u__:n.. .. u*i..i> -ttnl r» eollt-cf ini' at tile
fiam* time, that it i* impOhibl* !<>r the Doctor to publish
the tenth part of the number of certificates of astounding
cures performed by his buneipurille. The amount o| tes
timony voluntarily showered on Dr. Dull s Sarsaparilla,
from well known and distinguished individuals, lioth in
public and private life, has i*en perfectly overwhelming.
[T^- Dr. John Hull's Principal Office: West side Fifth
greet, first d^oj below Main. Louisville, Ky.
K. ii > I a bi.hu, N. *V. corner
King and Wa^h’n. , A^^t,l for Alecamh ia
|V 13—dfirn
rpi THK CHiZEN> OK ALEXANDRIA,
t J VA —I would respectfully inlorm ihe citi
/‘Mi? ol Alexandria, iliat I have moved lo this
Citv, lo carrv on my business as a CAREEN
IEK AND BUILDER, and am now prepared
lo execute all orders in that line. All work en
trusted to me, shall meet with strict attention
and on reasonable terms. All kinds ol fence
mg done at shortest notice. Shop (>n Henry
•*ree,> °f’‘'0S"e Mr TAC|kHKKTr'H. TBRAOT.
Faikfax C. H, Va., July8. 1SS3.
Understanding that Mr. Albert H. Bra.it has
permanently located himself in the til} of At
pxandria w’p the subscribers, being intimately
iith Mr. Brad,.
recommen.lmg him ,o the citizens of Alexandr a
„ a icnllcnan o, the highest mtegn'y, sohnety
an*a good Car,,en,cr-and able to comply with
'"“fTSSW,
ALFRED MOSS,
HENRY W. THOMAS.
jy !3_dty THOMAS J. MURRAY.
HAKEKK * McVEIGH, dealer* in For
eign and Domestic Notions, Gloves.
| Ho-iery and Fancy Goods generally, oppo
site Sarepta Hall, King street, Alexan
i dria. have the pleasure to inform their friend’
i and the public GENERALLY, of the arrival ol
1 their Fall Stock, consoling of a great variety
! ol every description ol GOODS, usually foutP*
in the Notion Houses of larger cities, i he*#
purchases have been made urder the most fa
vorabie circumstances of the importers anv.
manufacturers, enabling them to offer to conn
|rv merchants and other dealers as great in
ducements in the way cl bargains as can b
bad jNorth. _gep 13—totf
CCODFISH and CHEESE.—
j 2 drums Codhfti
1 25 boxes New Cheese, for wile by
» oct 17 J. J. WHEAT & BROS^
CUMBERLAND COAL, for sale m lots ti
suit purchasers, by aan'S.
oct 12 J. J- WHEAT & BRON.
(Common icau1:»
TATLERS AN0 PUSY-BODIKS!
Such people walk from bou*e to hou*e,
To store their minds with news;
Then swell to mountains, the “little mouse,
T heir neighbors to abuse !
i Strange people those—yet wond'rou* wise,
I To employ their daily labor.**;
' In laying plots, and spreading lie*.
; To crush their triend* and neighbors !
■ They take gieat pains, for little gam*,
j In return for their virtuous labors;
| In blasting the fame, and faultless names,
| Of their kindest friends and neighbor*!
• Y'ain, licentious, tatiing elves,
| To virtuous friends a pest;
Look in a glass, and view thyselvus,
And let thy neighbors rest!
Fall on thy knees, and learn thy prayers,
‘•Torr.elt thy hearts of stone;’’
And meddle not with any alfairs,
Except they are thine own.
POLITICALLY DAMNED.
McVickcr, Yankee Mac, lkC’ median to the
bom Republicans,” related the following good
btory to uj during his stay in this City. It will
serve to gtve some idea ol the “piincipul
ingredients” of success in political life away
down South. It will be remembered by many
persons about this neighborhood, that Mc(J *
an Alabama Ma^hal, arrived at Cleveland
about two >eaisago, in search ol a fugitive from
justice. He pul up at the Waddell Hou*e, and
during hisstav there he had a kd fficulty wuh
a ‘person* who roomed with him one evening,
in which McCJ. shot 'three times at Ins antag
onist, only slightly wounding him the third
time. He was immediately arrested and put in
jail, and on the morning alter the anei*t, the
following scene took place in the prison : A
friend of the Marshal entered to* cell, and
found him seated, his head resting on his hanus
and looking like one who find entirely give up
in despair. “Come, Mac,” sunt the friend,
Cheer up; the man is but slightly wounded: and
the matter will no! he prosecuted.”
“Ruined ! ruined !! mined !!! groaned the
Marshal, without even changing his position.
“Ruined! bah! returned his Iriend. “don't be
a child; I tell >ou the wound is but slight; be
sides if is an aggravated case, and had sou
i killed him you would not have been mined
I “I know* it.” siii i the Marshal, suddenly
I starting up—‘but three times! only think of
it_to shoot three times at a man a"d not kill
him ! I am politically damned in dmoa/nd.
Detrov limes.
Highly imuoki a.\ i iom<^ • ■ *
FURNITURE and HOUSE H KM >11
ING articles, at the cheap cash LphoLstenj un i
Furniture Hare Room*, southwest c*joci "/
Kins and Pitt streets, opposite the Murstta
Howsc. 1 would embrace this opportunity to
thank my friends and the public generally, tor
their very generous patronage, and would re
spectfully assure them if they give me a call
tfiey shall not be disappointed with regard to
quality or prick of any article embraced in he
! business. I am induced 10 make tbe-e ve.y
I flattering otfer> irom a deteimiuation to accoin
i module one and all at the lowest ca-:i I-rice,
believing that -a quick penny i-h. : than a
I slow shilling.* I atn prep.Hi.o ' j * "r*1
BEDS, BOLSTER am> UIKKOW >. ( l KKED
! HAIR, (any qwalitv or pru e } 1 Oi fo.s and
I .Shuck MATTRASSES. S' >KA. IVw and ( hair
(CUSHIONS. LOUNGES, U nion ami Chambe*
iCH.iIRS. I have on tiand, Sli'GiOA Rf)S,
BUREAUS, dining and breakfast l.\Rl.E>,
cane and wood seat, rocking ;m«! sitting
CHAIRS, LOOKING GLASSES, laige and
I small sizes; CLOCKS, eight day ami Unity
| hours; and numerous other articles not ftece*
| sary to enumerate. Give me a call, at least,
! before you purchase, and see tor vourse'vev
j N. B OLD SOFAS, MATTRASSES, [ l sll
iONS, and all kind of UUHOl.S I ERING
work, repaired without delay. Second hand
FURNITURE bought or exchanged in part pay
for Dew. JAMES H. DK\Al GHN.
ap s—tf
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGE'' CAKKIA
CKS —I have now on hand the tinesl as
sortment of LIGHT AND FAMILY CAR
KlAGES, ever offered lor sale in this ci'v.—
Among which die several different sty es of
LIGHT ROCK AW A IS, for two or four per
sons: IJGHT HUGH IKS, with and VMthoul
tops; glass door and curtain door open tront
ROCK A WAYS, and almost every -yle ol
CARRIAGE now in use.
ALSO, on hand, several second-hand Lioicr
Buooies and Rockawavs.
All of winch will he sold on tlie moM rea
sonable ierm>. at the corner of i encsvlvan.a
Hvenue, and ^ street, bV)oM As yo( N(.
A!) new work warranted.
Washington, j\ .'{()—2uv\.*Jm
J VV. k M. A. JORDAN, dealers in Straw
, Millinery and Ladies’ GOODS, would
most respectfully inform the iad ic* of A txan
dria and the adjoining counties, that h: n have
i taken thesiand &. K. corner of nin^ ana < u
lambus street$, where the) are nrw rn t ivii i
and opening a beautiful stock of BG.\
RIBBONS, and LADIES’ PRF>> *'i.of,s
generally, of the latest and most a, provi d - \
Having had many vears practical evperiei.r*
in the above busmens *»»e> ho, e lo merit and
receive a liberal share otpnhf.c ^"**^7
On hand, K< >.\NET, Sii.k- and V n ' >r*- u
will hi: made u|> woiderm tin- '"*‘
Me style. intl.-uZ.n
^rxs! gun.'!! Gi Ns:::-on it>»J »
VJ line divoritnent o( double an>. sij.ah' *l,f*!**
of all 8;Ze» ami ijnalilies. Colt I.e;>eat-fr,
\||eii’s Revolvers; I’.stols ol a;l kn„i-. low
der Flasks Shot Pouches; iowder; oho.,
^Gentlemen in want of a good Gun will lind
it to their advantage, by giving me a call be tore
purchasing elsewhere.
Guns made and repaired in the best manner,
and on liberal terms. All work warran-ed
JOHN FOKNSHIL, Gun Maker,
sep 27—dtjan 1 Ro\al si., near th^ Market.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-For sale,
the following Real Estate, in the town of
j£“?.r The Lot with 'be BRICK TENE
SI MENT, occupied by f\ Darley. lifting
20 ieet more or less, on Duke street, running
hark 76 feet 7 inches, more or !»*ss.
2 A GROUND KENT oi $2G G7 charged
on a well improved loi of ground on the North
side of Duke, between Alfred ar.d Patrick
streets. For terms apply to
ap 4-eotf CAZENOV R & D)
THE SUBSCRIBER having purchased tn.*
entire stock of MARBLE, belong.r%: <°
H. C. Neale, is prepared to furnish the
of Alexandria and adjoining Counties.
HEAD and FOOT STuNKS ?L%*1ef;can
, MEN IN and TOMBS, of tbs
and Italian Mat 'Xw.ing Counties. All
i to any part ot ti or di}°\
. orders (.unctuail; lcr'xHOVtAS LANG.
t Alexamiria. Ya.
, « j V 20—eoll _ _
T^TtmrpmIaND t AL— For sale by the
C cargo or car load, „ unpertor qwl t* 0 *AL
for Smiihmg and Steam purpose*. Ordetabl'ed
at the shortest notice. Address
■ qagacE JLT&.
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