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AUIAKWU HOAKD1M.,CHa°L, ) I*>tH MONTH, 2ND, 1&>o ) Attract of A* Mttmoiogtcal R'g«Ur,for lUh month, (November.) Barometer. Highest on Tih, 30.615 in. Lowest on 13th. ‘29 63* in. Range for the month, 917 in. Mean for the month, 30.235 to. 1 hermometer. Highest on 21 at, 69 Lowest on 24th ami 25th, ‘2^° Range for the month. 47 Mean tor the month, 47J9$ Clear on 11 days Floating Clouds, Ac., on r> days Cloudy on 14 days Rain on 3 davs Amount of rain for month. 1.391 inches. Married. On Thursday evening, December 1st, J»y Re*. Wm. B. Kdwards. Mr. I'A.MKI. DOANK and Miss SOPHRONlA lH'U’I.FA, ail Ol tins place. On Thurslnv. the 1st mst., hy Key Win. b. Fid wards. VINCKM L. MOTHkU^HKAD, to MARY LACKEY, all of th s city. In Porrt Royal, V*.. on ihe29’b ult., by the Her. Mr. Ward, Mr K. W CO.V ul «»*< more land, 10 Miss SARAH K. Ml sK, daush ter of Air. T hos. S. Mu*e. At the M. K l\ir«nu*s in Shepherdstown, on the-Mil* utt, t>. the Ksy. Job.' .. I ea e, Mr. LKW IS A CKKAMKL, to Miv* M >AN M. MORGAN, allot Jefferson County, >a. On Thursday evening, November 29:h, by the Right Kev. Bishop John*, of Virginia, JOHN S G1 ri'lNGS, ot Baltimore, to CH AR LOTTE C. K ITCH IK, daughter ot T homas Ritchie, of Washington. __________ COMMERCIAL. PKICFIN OF PRODUCE IN ALEXANDRIA FROM CARS, VESSELS, AND WAOONS. Maryland Tobacco.$4 oo a 7 On F'lour, Nuper.6 624 <* 6 <5 Do. Family. b 50 a 9 do Wheat, red.1 43 u 1 47 Do white.1 a 1 r>s ..0 75 a 0 SO Corn, white,.9 a ^ Do. yellow.0 -0 a 0 72 Corn, mixed.9 u 0 f>0 ..0 40 a 0 42 Corn Meal, per bushel.9 7;> 11 9 75 Butter, roll, per lb.9 20 a 0 22 uo ..» v Bacon, hog round.0 0;>£ a o oy Pork, (wagon).® ®® a u ®!) Lard (inkegs)........® 1 ® a 0 11 Clover Seed.■** a o oo Timothy Seed.4 25 « o oo White Beans.1 * 0 00 Plaister, (retail).4 50 a 0 00 Flaxseed.I 25 a 0 oo Black-Eyed Peas.1 25 a 0 00 Sumac, per (hundred).1 25 a 1 50 Salt.150 a 2 oo Hay, (bale).0 NO u 0 85 FLOUR.—The market is firm, with sales during the week of 1200 a 1500 bush, al $ 75. The receipts continue moderate, and the stock m light. The market closed tirm. Car price $6 62*. GRAIN.—Wheat comes in freely, and the market during the week has been active, at steady prices The sales amount to 50.000 a 60.000 bushels, at 143 a MS cts. for good to •trietiy prime red, and 153 a 158 cts. tor white Coro is less in demand. Sales ol white and yellow at 70 a 72 cts—about 10,005 bushels sold, other articles usually quoted remain un changed. BEEF CATTLE.—Market steady and sup plica moderate. We quote $3 a $3 75 per 100 lba. gross. Live Hogs dull, with sales al $5 50 I Sheep $3 a $4 50. BUSINESS continues active, and money is easy. _ ^ Balliiiinre Maikct Fai.ti.vore, Dec. 2—Io-day Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bonds have declined $1. Bu - ter in kegs 12 to 13 cts.; roll butter, 17 to 18 cts. The demand tor tl mr is tailing ot!. I here has been moderate sale* at previous prices. Dealers are holding ot! for foreign news. The supply of gram is small. White wheat 3*1 54 a $1 58 Red wheat *l 43 a SI 47. Quality not prime, 12.000 bushels so:d t orn white 64 a 67 cts.; New \ el low 60 a 62 cts. No change in other articles. The New York Journal ot (Vmmeree, -ay-: “The arrival ot go d irom ' ulilorma while it h:i> increased tin* amount ot treasure mmjii to be avail uble, has created an intuitJuliedemand tor funds, arut thus limited the supply winch tlie bank* would otherwise use for their regut ircu-t >mei> The otic ring* by merchants are largely above the ability ot the bark.-, but money m the-treel i still iu good »upply ai Ufa 12 per c< t»t. roteign «. • i . IllM* 1 III Stir blit's on London, most oi tin* business having been done at N>9A ” , The official statement ot the l >• I reasmvr tor the month ending on the 28lh November,-how the whole amount at that tune m the lreasury and m the hands of A;M-taut Trea-Uiei.-, subject to liratt, to have been $24, ail ,.>">♦> 65. A New York Inter, >.»yv—“Freight- rathei tinn er shippers at the close a-kim: an advance. Jo l.,'v<-,t>ool, 'iVXKJ l.iKh.'M.iHiu l-i ■' ter m -tup’s bags; at* 0 bids Ho r 3s. tod. and 3> 9»t. asked; 3M> bales Cotton } a 7-32d.: -‘hi barrels Kosm 3s 3.1. a Is. 6d. To London, 3000 barrel Flour 4s. JM., and as. a-ked: 10,UU0 bushel- U heat 16,1. To Clasgow. 10,000 bu-hels Wheat 14«t- I" Havre, 3UhO bbl- Flour *»5 a 97 cents; 5000 bushels Wheat 25 cent*.” T" ■—— 1 - 1 """ ALMANAC._ Ie53 iSiTNlStNi .. . t> DECEMBER. Ir«*.|.rt> I Mohs s 1 HAS,:,' 3 Saturday * . * 0 4 1* . ■* Sunday.7 } V " Full...15 S 23 m 5 Monday ... |7 14;4 46 j\wlqi . 23 8 12m New. 0 0 00 m Fl iTTiOVat FK. ” IHickmukr 3 9a Oin. F A 1 K 8 T DA It? L melon.Nov. 15 i Havre...Nov 1 L v-rpnol.Nov. 15 I New Orleans.. Nov. 22 MAKING LIST H»KT OF ALEXANDRIA. DECEMBER 2 Arrived. Schr. Mary and Ann, Redman, Machodoc, corn to Robinson & Payne. Schr. Industry, Deal Icy, Mattox, corn to Robmson & Payne. ... Schr. Enterprise, VY heeler, -, wheat to J. T. B. Perry & Son. Schr. Wetipqum, Miintead, -. wheat. oat*, and potatoes to J. T. B. PerryJt Son Sloop Three Brother*, Dixon, Farmington, whe^t to Irwin & Powell. U3-Rev. Dr. Kintfaford may be ex pected to preach in the Baptist Meeting Mouse, on Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock, and in tile evemo* *i 7 o'clock. dec 3—It_ ILZP*Thomas P. Hkrkkord, Jr , i* a candi date tor the office of Constable, in the fourth District, in Prince William County, at the »P proachine eleciion. dec 3—eotF' 19* Milton Fitzhugh is a candidate for the Sheriffalty in Prince William County, oct *26—eobm HORSES FOR SALE.—Two excellent Draft Horse* for sale, on a credit of nine month*. Apply to nov 26—eotf CHRISTOPHER NEALE. GENTS. Lambs Wool and Merino Drawer*, Shirt*, and half Ho**, received, ami tor Mle by |dec I] HARPER & McVEIGH. erTno^hIrts AND DRAWERS—A Jarre assortment, cheap, by d#H. * WM N. BERKLEY. OME~MADE FLANNEL, a i»rima arti cl.'at WM. N. BERKLEY’S, dec 1 Meefius iu Westiuoieland, I At an adjourned meeting of the people of the lower Northern Neck, convened at West moreland Couit House, on Monday, 28th day of November, 1853, (that being court day) * • Adolphus Spence resumed the chair, and J. J. How cock, the office ot Secretary Hon. W d loughby Newton then announced that the ob* i ject ol the meeting was to procure a charter tor a company to construct a Plank Road from Westmoreland Court House to Port Conway in King George, there, a> he hoped, to connect by }*\»rry with a Railroad to Moiord Peiot. He introduced to the meeting Mr Pi /h»»gh, ot Port Royal, who had given the subject more attention and in whose views and objects he concurred Mr. Kitzhugh then addressed the meeting at * length, and m conclusion moved that the chair appoint a committee of twelve to petition the ; Legislature lor a charter tor said Plank Road, with the usual appropriation ot three*fifths by ; the State. This motion was sustained by Mr ! Newton in a short addres*, and unanimously adopted by the meeting: W hereupon the chair 1 man appointed the following committee to. make said petition. Willoughby Newton, George W. Lewis, Robert Ma\o. Cob. Henry T. Garnett, John T. ] Rice, S. B.Atwill, Pr. Win. A. Spence. Law rence Washington, Win H Sanford, L union i C. Herklev, H Chandler and '1 hos. Brown. On motion, the Richmond, Alexandria, W ash ington and Fredericksburg papers were request ed*to publish these proceeding* , W. AI^>LPHI S SPI.NCK, Chm n. J. J. Howe < k Secretary. T»ie Mettooiliat Property Suit. The important Property Qie*tion, says ihe New Yo;k 'limes ot the ’goth, between the two branches ot the Methodist Church, we are happy to learn, is about to he anneahis adjured in this City. Judge McLean, yielding t«> the earnest request ot boh parties, ha* c< n*ented to act as umpire: and he is now m tins < iiy lor j that purpose. Rev. Pr^ Smith and K ulv, o| ! Virginia: Green, ot Tenms-ee: and Parsons.! | of Kentucky, appear as Commissioners tor the; church South: and Me**r- (.arltou. I ni lip*. Porter ami Rev. Pr. Peck, act tor the Northern j Church. * he Comm'ssion wni proha > y be; occupied in tne consideration oi the casM i.nr I ing the week; and w* tru*t that the resmt ot! its action will be a final close of one of the i most lamentable ecclesiastical con’.rover-tes the country has ever known. Sale or Kussell Land. Isaac B Dunn, esq , on Monday las*, acting as commissioner on behalf ot the S ate, cnee ted a sale ot some nineteen thousand acres o; land which had been mortgaged to the l om monwealth by francis Pierre Pe luneut — There were about thirty thousand acres m all. thirty tracts were sold, realizing me naiu.somr aggregate of $12,400. kieven hundred oCtes a portion of it comparable with the t c-l in the entire tract—\et remains unsold. A vesy large j number of bidders. we understand, we e j re- j ' sent at the sate, but no one bi! . gains’ the ten ants, they offering liberal prices.—Abingdon Democrat. ■ For b \iTIMORK — l*he -tea JTv^: v.rrst. rn*»r POU 'MATAS. will receive freight up to r> o'clock. P. M., this dav. S. SHINN & SON, Janney's Wharf, dec 3 —It INDIA Kl’hBKB COMBS.-A funhei sup i 1. ply of tho*e t e-irable ( omb- lor Children. : received and »or <dW at the lowest prices b\ j dec 3 H. B. WHITTINGTON fc CO. SALAD Oil*, warranted fresh, and of fine _ quality, fuel received, and for -ale at Ml LBUK.VS Diuz S’ore, dec 3 N. K. cor. King ^ V\ ashing'ou-sts HORN'S FX Hi ACT OFCOPAIVA and 1 SARSAPARILLA-A Mill further supply ot this celebrated remedy, received at dec 3 WILBURN'S Ding Store. LT PH AM’S riLK KLKCTUAKY, received. ) and I or sale bv JOHN A. MI LB UR NX dec 3 Apothecary. ^ALAD OIL, a full supply just received, in O quart and pint bottles, ami tor sale by B. K. STONK, Dru-gi*t, dec 3 King at vyr? B**ts. PIPPIN, VaNDAYIKN. AND / O MILAN APPLKS, just received, and loi i -a*e hv ..... nOV 3 FLKMING 1X>IGLAS> Bp.ST GKRMAN LKAD, American Black Lead, and Briti-h Lustre, received and 10 sale bv HKNRV PKKL, Druggist, dec } cor. or Kmg and Fairfax-sts I 07 W \ LBS. SAL SODA, just received. 1 / \y v7 and for sale low, by HF.NRV PK*KL. I)ruggist, dec 4 cor ot King and ran t*\-st rpO STRANHKRS an;> OPHKKS YIMI 1 IN(i aLKXANDUIA.—The snb-cnnei has pisf received an additional supply of DK\ GOODS, which makes hi- assorimeut ver\ go(»d, to wh»di he invites the attention of all in want ot bargain-, and in older to make the inducement -tronger, ha- reduced the prices on many goods from in to 12 per cent. Pine a i wool Mouslins at 37j a ho, such a- he sold at j 50 and *>2X> cis :-up PXench do, such as he i »*old at s"1., ami $1, he wi i sell at 7h cts ; also <<iio»*r Wo. olen Plaids, such as fie soi l at 7h and $1, he will now sell at b2$ and s74 cts.: land many other goods in the same rah". WILLIAM BAKVR, dec 1 —eo3t Kings! ! / ^L<h\K> AND CLOAKINGS— C >KOK.M BKK j VJ 1>T, 1&53 — CUttWE lY BURCH re* I ceived on Wednesday morning, Iron Bullin'.* temple ol French lash on*, Broadwav. New York, a tre*h supply ot Ladies'CLO VKS and CLOAKINGS, (.voter styles;) al*o. a i«»: o. j very line I4 tench and Velvet iuiMMlMiste | match the Cloths. j P. S. We have, also, arranged to fur»i*h I Cloaks at one-fomt/i less price, and made in i «upenor style, to those nought ready made it* New Vork, having purchased all the mcvs sarv 1 ri i mmgs of Jifst hands, and of the finest quality. The i umming* of a tine Cloak constituting the chief item in the cost, save | ihe patterns, which we have in every variety now worn. dec 1 DKC K M B k K, 1st, 1853 —COU SE k BURCH have just received the following fashionable GOOD> for Gentlemen: — Velvet laced double width Casimere*: a large variety ol colors and patterns to suit the t «»te ot many. AI*o, a splendid lot <>i V estingsi J consisting ot FiU*l»,new style and Velvet, Nk I Cashmere and Alenno V estmgs; Figured VV (pit i Si k for Party Dre.*.*s; French Ctotlis; Black. Bine, Brown and superic r Black Doe Skin t a* imeres. They are expecting i:i a few days, another supply of those superior Inseem ami Welted knl Glove*. Black, Colored and White from > to 10 size*; also, a Iresh supply ot lag *arts; new stvle Scarfs; Cravats, and Irish Linen I hree Ply Collars. rice l DKCKMHKit ist, iomw/; BURCH have just received the following fashionable GOODS : Newest style ot all ^V ool • French Merino Plaid*, bright color*; Wide! Plaid Silks, rich colors, now the acme ol j fashion and style; a large addition of Plain Pou : de Soie Silks, all shade* and color*: Rich Plain ; | Black, Gro de Rhine, and Italian; a beautiful | j lot ot Plaid Mou*!ms and Pnn**; Fig'd Swi», ! Mousims; Plaid and Stripe do: French Worked : Sleeves and Bands: do do ( ollais: L. ( . H tnd* j kerchiefs: Ladies’ Wool Scarf* and Comforts: I ‘Childrens do do do and Hood.*; Hosieiy;! Glove*, and Ladies' Wool Vests. dec 1 jyrKW VV IN I KR GOODS.—Just opened by IN the subscriber, rich Mousfms and Cash meres; Long Shawls, Square do.: Fancy Prints. Linseys; Fulled Cloths; Sattinets: Flannels; Casimeres; Vestings; with many other desira* We Good*,’ which wiil all he best terms. WAl. N. BhhhLE\. dec l ^ __j I QWISS AND CAMBRIC COLLARS, Under. [ O sleeves. Linen Cambric Handkerchief*, Cambric Bands, and Svvi?s and Cambric kdg* j ings for sale by dec i HARPER & McVKIGH. Beautiful fancy stockimr* suui sock.*, for Children, received, and lor sale at the Notion House of dec 1 HARPF.R & McVKIGH. JOB PRINTING Neatly executed, with despatch, at this Office. * LOCAL ITEMS Among the cnticle* brought to this market, by railroad, this week, were a Babbit and Opos-i'M, alive and kicking. Oneot the cars, loaded with win a*, &c., was lelt open all night at a country station on the railroad, ami these animals got in. and were not discovered until the cars were opened at Alexandria. The ladies connect'd with the Sunday School attached to Christ Church, in this place, intend holding a Fair during tbe approaching holydaxs, lor the purpose of raising mea s to build a new Sunday School room, in place ol the one now used by them. The trench lor the tank of the new and ad ditional Gasometer (to be six times the capacity of the present one) at the Has Works, in this p'ace, isno.v being walled up. Ihe woik is progressing vers rapidly. Horn & Landi*’ Burlesque Opera IrO'ipe g ve their second Concert this evening, at Lib erty Hall. Several ships and batques aie now in this port, loading with flour and grain lor foreign ports. There was a tall of snow yesterday, or) the Blue Ridge. _ F.oKHK FAGK & CD 'S FATKNT FOR VJ TABLK circular saw mills — The undersigned, beg leave to lutoim tbe pub lic, that the\ continue to manufacture their celebrated I’atknt Fortablk Circtur Saw Mills and that they have lecentlv introduced a inmt important improvement in their head blocks, by which the services of one hami in th-* working of a Mill is saved. Their Mill* are equally weii adapted to V' lit or hot sc and can, accord ing ;o the p >wcr applied, >i\v more and better iuaibei than any other Mills m the country. J'ne undersigned, maiiuUcturp three cla-se ot Saw Miij.s. price*, according to clas,* of Mili, s ze ot >aw, length or the carriage. &r.. Gentinnen wishing further information, will be furnished with a descriptive illustrated pamphlet, on application by letter, or other wise. They give the following certificate, which ha* been voluntarily forwarded to them by the writer, to w hom they sold one of their third class Mills, to be driven by water power. 11 i> dated : — Culpkpkr Ct. Hook, CTlpkpkr Co.. \ a .) November 13th, 1 So3. ) This is to certify, that I purchased ot Messr>. George Page N Co.,of hi inore. one ot their Patent Portable Circular Saw Mill*, 4u men Saw, which I attached to a water wheel 14 leet n: diameter, 4 led breast, 3 leet head of water power. T he above power is mi|Ii eient to !*aw 3b0d tee! ot boards per day. T lie performance of my A.ill «s satisfactory in evet\ respect, although imperfectly put tip. I cati assure tho>e who wish to purchase Mills to he propelbd hy water, that there is no nsk to run whatever, and that it require" less pow er to drive a Circular Saw tnau an up and down one, and that the former will do three times a** much sawing. Hut in view ot the interest of the pmchaser, a* well as justice to Mes-rs. George Page k Co, / would ndvise till who V'i<h to /mi (.liti*’£, to fun/ of Jllr<sr$ Geo nip Page <Y Co, of Bilfimnre, as their Mill* art* u <ioubt**uly superior to any in the [Toted Sate* There i* a Circular Saw Mill in m> i eighborhootf. propelled hy steam, and ail w ho have *e'*n m\ mill >av th.it there l* no comi arisen between it and mine. B R Hi o*on. To Messrs. Gk > Page & Co., Baltimore. For terms, prices. Ate , address GKORGF PAGE & CO., No. 5, Schroeder ytieet, Baltimore nov20 —wGm \ ,,|ORE NEW BOOKS.--Harper’s New LVJ Monthly Magazine for December, price 25 cents per No This No. commences a new volume of this very interesting woik. Putnam’s Monthly lor December, price 25 cents. Life of Benjamin Robert Hayden, Historical Painter, horn his autobiography aid journals, editul and compiled by Tom Ta\lor, ol the inner Temple, E-q., two vols , i2tno., cloth $1 75. Grotc’s History of (Lecce, vol. ll,75c^nts. Elements of Descriptive Geometry, hy ham ue! Schooler, M A., $2. Chirles Auchester, a memorial, hy K. Berger 8vo., paper, 50 cents. An Fpi*tle Admonitory, by Chic Von Hut ten, touching his recent letter to the Coutt ol Bishop? on the trial ol the Bight Rev. G. VV. Doane. cent* December No. “Household Words.’’ 2b cents T he Contrast, or the Evangelical and Tracta rian Systems, compared in their structure and tendencies, by Rev. John S. Stone, D. D., 40 cent*. Goode on Baptism. The doctrine of the Church of England as to the effects ot Baptism in the case ol Infants, with an appendix, con taining the Bjpli*mal services ol Luther and the Nuremberg and Cologne Liturgies, by W m. Goode. M. A . F. S. A.. 1 vol. 8vo. cloth, *1 25. Stories Explanatory of the Church Catechism, by Mrs. Sherwood, complete edition, 12rno., cloth, 75 cents. Just published, for sale by JAS. ENTW1SLE & SUN, dec 1 No. 2, Exchange Block. pot Sow is the nmc to sttFmcrihe HARPER'S MAGAZINE FOR DECEM BER commences the eighth volume, ol this tru ly celebrated work, made tip ol entirely origi nal matter, at a cost of $3000. Its constant and rapid increase in public favor is shown by the Let that this volume commences with the unex ampled edition ol 135.000 copies. Look at a lew ol the contents. Memoirs of the Holy Laud, by Abbott, beau tifully illustrated; The Virginian Canaan, by a Virginian; A Pilgrim to Plymouth, illustrated; Sweet Bells jangled; The Newcoines, by Thack eray; Fashions for December; A bit of lile in Oregon, etc., etc. Price 25 cents or $3 per year, delivered in any part of the City, or mailed to any part of the country. dec 1 Harper for December-*/** entirety original number!—Circulation, 135,000 copies!—Contents. — Abbott’s Holy Land; the Virginia Canaan; A Pilgrimage to Plymouth; Sweet Bells jangled; Four Lights ol a \ uung Mai; Mr. Cuttle and Ins friends; Hero of Lake Erie; (‘ock-a-Doodle-Doo; Letters to Sappho; A Vi-it to Obcr beck's Studio; 1 rack ley House; \\ hat a Sight Seer >aw in one day; The New comes, by Thackeray; A Bit ol Life in Ore gon; Monthly Record, Editor’s Table, Easy ('hair, ar.d Drawer; Literary Notice*; Comicali ties; Fashions for December. i,._/£*This Number commences o new volume, and now is a good time to subscribe. 'I he No vember No. begins Tnackeray’s new story, and that No tan also be lurnished Ail back Nos. ami volumes furnished at pubi ishers prices, by dec 1 R BELL. SCHOOLER’S ELEMENTS OF DESCRIP O 'l lVE GKO.MK PRY.— Elements of De scnplive Geometry, pari I — The Point, the Mra.ghtlme, and the Plane, by Samuel School er, M. A , instructor ol Mathematics, at Hano ver Academy, Ya., $2. A Iurther supply ol “an Epistle Congratula tory’* to the Right Rtveieiul, the Bishops of the Episcopal Comt at Camden, Horn Ciric Von Huiter, price 25 cents. Just published, and tor sale ny ROBERT BELL, rov 26 At **el! & Kntwisle’s Old Stand. rpHK UNITED STATES DiSSECJOK, or A Lessons in Practical Anatomy, by William E. Horner, M. D , la'e Piotessor in Anatomy, in the Univeisity of Pennsylvania. Filth Edi tion, carelulL revised, and entirely remodelled, by Henrv H Smith, M. D, fellow of the ( ol lege ot Physicians of Philadelphia, ect., ect.— with one hundred and sixty-seven new illus trations, price $2-just published,and tor sale by ROBERT BELL, nov 2B at Bell Fmtwisle’s Old Stand. iCKENS’ HOUSEHOLD WORDS, lor De cember, price 20 ct*M or $2 per annum, if sent by mail; pottage only two cento per No. Subscnptions received, and single numbers for sale by [dec 1] ROBT. BELL. SHOKS.—We would respectfully call the at tention oi our customer?:, and all othei>j interested, to our large stock of Boots and. To the Ladies we would state that our stock is now complete both in style and quality. ej enumerate as follows: . , I Lailie.'.5 French Gaiters, black, brown, and light. colors , . , Do do Wellington Boots, withand with* | out heels Do do Hutton do morocco Do do Alpine Button Boots, a superior, article . Do do White Satin and Cloth baiters Do do do do Slippers Do do 'ioiiet du Dj do Black and bronze Kid Nippers j D > Heeled Gaiters, from *2 to *4 f>0. Misses and Children’s Button Gaiters, &7c. to , **1 Together wi*h all other qualities of Ladies, | Misses, and Child’s (Jailers, Boots, Nips, Jenny , Liad, and Jefferson’s. , , I For Gentlemen we fiave f a’ent-lea her and . Call Boots, Oxlord Ties, Button Gaiters, and Low Shoes of every sty le and quality; servants j Shoes ol every var:etv. ,, , We would advise ail to give us a call before, purchasing. As our stock has beenselected . ! from the best manufacturers m the l nio.r, we wilt endeavor to please both in s >le and qual Do not forget to call at A. HO()\ Kk &| SON'S, south side ol Peon. avenue, between oih and 7,h stree’s. Washington riov 11 — 2.iwdw i \TOIICK TO CONTRACTORS--Sealed I IN proposals will be received at the office ot the Secretary of the ‘ Fredericksburg and * al ley Plank Road Company," in the town of rre ifericksfiurg. Iron tfie ltuh to the 2lKh of De cember next, for tfie construction of a I lai.k Road leading to ( ulpepei Coiiit House, from tbe line of the Fiedencksburg and \ alley Plank Road. The point at which the Road will commence, j and the route to be pursue*!, wil I be determined i by a meeting of 'lit* said Company, before the l r.uh of December. A selection vviil he mad** i between two routes, the survtn s ol which aie , i piogressing, and w iii be completed betoie that; day. Ou and alter tfie \ J hot December, plans j and specifications of the woi K, w ill be t »irnisti- j ed by the engineer, and informant'll will be gi- j j veil by h.masto tfie nature and resources of j the country through which tfie route thus adop ted will pass. IHOS. J SHAW, | C iuef F.r.gmeer h. V . Plank Road. Fredericksburg, nov 2d—eo4w Mold thino.n havk i’a»kd AWa Y.—Thk Imkkk I i ns Hotki. fni'i been changed to THK Coi.lMBlA I tioi -K cor. Pratt and' Pac t streets.—'I tie «ut> | ncriber ii.lonns flue tiavelling pubi c that this House has been newly fitted up in modern <txle. and two stories a-ided to it Its ac* > ' coiinnoda.ions are equal to any House <d j it- si/.;* here or elsewhere. ' cun inotlate irom 2M) to 300 guests. Ii is in a fPW mmutes*s walk oi the Baltimore ami Ohio Railroad Depo', on Camden street, where i s Porters wiil always he in readiness to a’tend to 'hose who iiiiii want a plea-ant^ place 10 so journ while in ilie Monumental City. Charges inodeiate, and all accommodations the hot the mark etcan atlord. ( all and -ee I*. I>. ROBKY, Proprietor. Ra!tiir:ore, oct 10—eoHin lJTKAM DYKING AND HIKING KS O TABLISHMKNT.—Virs. K. VV. SMIIH, Widow ot Walter Smith, Successor to Join Jo; e^, No. 2s N. Filth Mieet, between Market and .Arch, Philadelphia. i Piece (Finds ot eveiy description Dyed to any color, ic-dte-sed, refolded, and reqapered. Ladies* Wearing Apparel ol every description Dyed HI the mo.-tfaehion.ibie ami permanent culuss. and blushed in a good style. Merino, Cashmere a-.d Crape Straw!?, Paine ami Piano Covers, cleaned a -d pressed, without lading the colors. po gee and Silk Dresses re dyed ad colors, and watered equal to new. Gentlemen's Clothes cleaned or dyed in a su perior stvle. Carpets, Rugs, &c . scoured. Philadelphia, oct to— 2awhirl HOMK HILL HOARDING >LHOOi. FOR KOY>— Will commence its firM session on Monday, Jutnniry 2 /. ls-)-t. I his school '.t-i’ig —i uated at a convenient distance Mom W,i-l»ingtoa, Au-xah lnu, ami Geoigetow n, in a no ghborjjo vj ce!eh,a'.ei! I"r its lit-a ih'uiue-' reconiinends used to parents and gUardiaim who would secure to their sons and wards the advantages of a soundly moral and ihorou-n American education, tree from sectarian infl i ence-. Terms Fl-'»0 per year, payable quarterly in ad vance. Fxtra charges for the Classics am! higher Mathematics. For further particulars address R. K JI D SON, Principal, Falls Church, bair'ax Co., \a linv 22 — 2.iw ! m* 'IM1K STBASKURG ACADKM \ . Lama L ter County, Pens —W ill open its 30th session on ihe ) s7 of Ndveinher, 1S'>3 I he In solution is s.united right miies southeast ol Lancaster Citv. Porn which place there is a daily stage to Mra-Mirg, leaving ilm city every alt el noon at 'i}.2 o'clock. Faie 37J-J cent-. Acces- lit a \ ne obtained to the Academy h\ a branch railroad union cmu-ecu with the i>tiiladelphla and ( olnrnhia Railroad a! Leamon Place, twelve miles east ot Lan caster city. Bo\s will he prepared tor College, and tor the various busmess.es ot tile. iNuinhe ot Teachers in the Institution issix. For Cat alog ties addles- . JF>SK OREN, M. P., Principal. St rash u rg. Lancaster ( o , Pa , Sep 14—3u N~0TICET0 FREE NEGROES.— In obedi ence to an order ot the County Court ot Alexandria C ounty, made at the request ot Lie (Land Jury, at the'October term lSf>3—Notick i- hereby given to all Free Negroes m Alexan dria Coiii.tV, who are without copies ot then registers, nr vvho-e copies are more than live years old. to appear before the said Court, or the first Monday in December i.ext. and he registered, and take out copies according to law. If not, the Court and Justices will pro ceed to enfoice the law. B. H. BERRY, Clerk of nov 20— dtd Alexandria County Court REWARD.--Kanaway Iron the sub tjj) scriher, living near W illis’ Mill, Or ange County, on Saturdas, the 2(J h ultimo, a negro boy named ALFRED, between IP and 20>earsot age, of medium size ami tawn\ complexion. He had on when be iell a dark Sacd Coa1 ami (irey Cloth Pants. I had Just gotieii ban from my hio'her. Dr. Allred laiia lerro, residing at Culpepei C. H. He may he in that neighborhood s’nl. I will give ten dollars tor his .ipprehen-io», it taken hi the Coun ty ot Culpeper, or twenty dollars if taken ! without the saui counts’, and secured so that I ! can get him again C. C. IALIAFF.RRO. Orange county, dec 1—potw. KFAVAKP.—KanavkaV trom the ! Jp H/l/ subscriber, near ihe Plains. Fau quier County, Va., on thenight ot the 1 Sth in slant, negro man, DAVY BROWA\ about | 'll years ot age, five L et seven or eight inche j high, ami ot bright mulatto color, rattier stout ma te When tie irtt tie took with him the tm ‘ lowing clothing : a clouded colored green and brown tweed coat, ami drab pants, coarse slides land a pair of line hoots. I will give the above reward tor tne recovery of the said negro an delivery to me, or secured m any lad, -o that I get him again. JOHN" LL1\ AN. ; The Plains, nov 2s — eotf •rpwo BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS FOR 1 NALE One on Patrick street a few doors trom Duke, i fronting on Patrick 93 feet 3 in. and running ! back 123 leet 5 in. One on Puke street, between Patrick and i Henry, within halt a square of the Railroad ! : Depot, fronting on Duke S3 feet 5 inches, run-! ning back 5S leet. t > a J*? loot alley. Other tiesirable Real Estate ol different kinds, j i now offering. For terms of above property enquire at our i office. BURKE k HF^HBF.RT. j oct 13 — eotf _ I THE UNDERSIGNED being about to re j move to the West, request* that all persons j having claims against him will present them far settlement, and those indebted to him will come forward and settle the same. . no? is-tf W T. POWELL, PERUVIAN GUANO, iooolmwq lor sale by dec 1 FOWLK&CO. Mexican mustang liniment — . I he properties of this Liniment have never been equalled for Abe cure ol Ithciima- I tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bums, Bruiso. Swell- • ings, Mitt Joints, Piles, broken or caked breast, s sore Nipples, old sore*, or pairs in any pail - ol Ihe body an external application can reach. < We have hundreds ol certificates ftotn tho.ie I that have been cured ol those di-eases, and also from those that have hail Horses cured ol llmg- i bone, Spavin, Windgalls, Founder, Galds, Scratches, Sprains, and Swelling* of all kinds. “We take great pleasure in recommending the MEXICAN MUSTANG El MM ENT to ail our 11 iends and customers as the ne-t article we have ever u*ed for Sores, Bruise-, Sprains, or Galds in Horses. We have used H extensively and always ttteclually. Some of cur men have also used it lor severe Bruises and Sores, as well as Rheumatic Pain-, and they all say M acts like magic—we can only say that we have entirely abandoned the u-e ol any other Liniment. J. M. HEWITT, f AMERIC AN KXP CO. „ f HARDEN S EXPRESS. Foreman for S I’ULLKN, VIUGH.fit CO.’S.; . WELLS, FARGO & CO ’S. | New Yoi k C’ly. Dr. A. G. Bragg. — Dear Sir —1 have a horse that was once woi lb five hundred dollar-, but on account of two large fiard callous bunches on ihe lore legs had become nearly worthle.-s. Altei having tried many things, to no etlect, I gave your Liniment a trial with perfect success— the bunche* being entirely removed, and the horse is now worth as much a* ever. 1 have also , tried it in many other easts, w here it was equal ly successful. G EURO E I A lit iR G. F. SECCHI DE CASALL, Editor of the “L’ Kco D’ lialia,” No 9, Spruce slieet, New York, had a very severe attack ol Neuralgia in the lace, occasioned by taking cold in a decayed | tooth. At first it was a leal “jumping tooth ache.” but soon the whole side ol the face and j jaw became swollen and inflamed, and the pain was most cxcrucia ing In this condition became ' into the store a lew days ago, w ith his hands i convulsively pressing hi- cheek, and his features very much di-toi ted into eXpi e.-siohs ol great agonv. We immediately applied the Mu-lang Liniment and gave him a bottle Jo continue it use. This morning he called with smiles of pleasure and Icelmgs ol gratitude, illuminating J his countenance, to say mat trie Liniment gave Into almost instant relief, and had effected a per fect cure. Comments are unnecessary, i* act speak lor themselves. June 19, 18-VJ. Bostojt, Jhiic 19, 1852. Having heard that the Mustang Limment, was a certain icinedy for Rheumatism, Scalds, j Burns, >ali Rheum, ^c., I wa- induced through j the advice ot a filend, to iry it lor a humor on my face. It was perfectly covered with red blotches, and watery pimples, and had b*en so; lor many months. I had tried many remedies without ellect. One bottle ol the Mustang Lini ment has entirely removed and cured it H°» in » that others mav he benehtled by u-mg thiv v aluable Lmimeet, I give this certificate. J. A. HIKER, No. 19, Milk-street. The UNI M ENT is put up in three sizes, and i retails lor 95cts., 50 ct*., and H per bottle; the 50 cents contains three, and the *1 size* con tain six times as much as the 25 cent size, and is much cheaper. A. G. BRAGG & CO., Sole Proprietors, I 304 Broadway, New \ork, and corner 3d and Market *t., St. Louis. For sale by all the Druggists in Alexandria. HENRY COOK, Wholesale Agent. ap 90—eot I r^REAT DISCOVER V—CARTER'S SPAN VI ISH MIXTURE—THE GREAT PURI PIER OF THE BLOOD—7HE liESTJLTER JTIVE KM)lVX-*\OT J PJRT1CLE 0/', MERL UR Y AV /LN Y FORM AY IT. -An in- j fallible cure lor Scrolula, or King’s Evil, Rheu- j inatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pun-, pies or pustules on the Face, Blotches, Bile*, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring A oral or Teller, Scald Head, Enlargement and Pam of the Bor.es and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Di*order*, Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an injudicious u*e ot Mercury, Im prudence in Lite, or Impurity of the Blood. The following certificate*, selected from a large number, aie stronger testimony than the j mere word of ltie proprietor, and all from gen-. tlemen well known in their localities, and ol the | highest respectability, many of them now resi j ding in the city of Richmond : F. BOY DEN, E*q , of the Exchange I Rite', Richinutid, known every where, says he has seen , the medicine called C.ARILR’S SPANISH I MIX I URE administered in over a hundred j ! cases, in nearly ail tne di*eases lor which it i* i recommended, with the most astonishing good results He says it is the most extraordinary Medicine he has ever seen. C. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Rich-, moiul, and lor many yeais in the Post Office, ha* such confidence in the astonishing efficacy ol CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE ; that he i ha* bought upwards of 50 buttles, vvbit h he ha* ■ given away to ttie .«fHicted. Air. Luck says he j I has never known it to fail, when taken accor- j dmg to directions. Dr. JOHN MINGE, a practising Physician, and foimcily ol Hie City Hotel, in the city o Richmond, says he has w itties*ed in a number j ol instances the effects ol CARTER’S SPAN-; ISH MIXTURE, which were most truly sur prising. He say* in a case of Consumption, de pendant on lh«i Liver, the good ctjects were 1 wonderful indeed. LI VER COM PL AI NT.-S A M U EL M. DR1N ! KER, of the fiFm of l-rinker &. Morris, Rich mond, was cured of Liver Complaint ot 3 year standing, bv the use of two Rutiles of C-JR* TER S SPMflSU MIXTURE. SCROHJLA AND CONSUMPTION —Mr RICH. K. WEST, of Richmond, was cured ol j Scrofula, and what physicians termed Confirmed Consumption, bv ri bullies ol CARIER’S SPANISH MIXTURE. EDWIN BURlON, Cmrnissioner of the Re venue, says he has seen the good effects ol C.AK | I ER’S SPANISH MIXIURE, in a number I | of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perlect cure for that horrible disease. WM. CL HARWOOD, of Richmond, Va , cured of Old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled, him from walking i ook a few bottles ol CAR TER’S SPANISH MIX TURE, and was tria ble to walk without a Crutch, and in a short j time, permanently cured. DROPSY CURED —The wife of Mr. CEO. W. BAKER, was cured of Dropsy, (for which she was twice salivated,) by CARTER’SSPAN-; 1SH MIXIURE Mr. Baker is a resident ol Chesterfield, county, Va. Mr. WM. A. MAI THEWS, of Richmond, Va , had a servant cured of>vphilis, in the worM form, by CARTER’S SPANISH MIXTURE. He says he cheerfully recommends it, and con- ! sid<-r> it an invaluable Medicide. fLjr* None genuine miles- signed by Hrnndt i,* Herr*, Richmond, Va i _T* Sold by HENRY PEEL, Alexandria; CHARLES STOTT, Washington, and J. W DYOT T SONS, Philadelphia. Price $1 per j Bottle ; ti Bottles for >7. jan 31—eoly VALUABLE FARM for KENT ok SALE. 1 — The undersigned will rent the Farm at Manassas Station, on the Orange and Alexan dria Railroad, lor the next sear upon liberal terms, wuh the privilege of seeding in the fall, or he would sell it upon accomodating terms.— Ls ing at t lie junction ol the Manassas (Jap R R. only 27 miles Iro n Alexandria, and in a coun try rapidly improving, with a Nation upon Hie land where a piohtable mercantile buxines* IS now carried on, and improvement? springing up within a tew hundred feet. indueeweiPs are presented tor an investment not often to be met wth. r jv 1.7—eotl) .I AS. H. REID NO i'll E TO COMUAU’IOKS-Sealed proposals will be received by the tin ier sigtied. at this office, Irom the 3d until th»* 1 Mh <tai o| December next, at noon, for the GRA D UATION and MASONRY of *2 miles or Hie Norfolk ami Petersburg Railroad, between the City of Norfolk ?nd • Warwick Swamp ' in : the Countv ot Sussex. For particulars see “Railroad Jotirru or Norfolk papvrs. VV M M AH°N ., C,htel Engineer.' Norfolk City,oct|2S-£2t&eotd TEST received AND FOR SALK, J 2d bbls and noxes Loverin^ s loaf, crushed and pulverized Sugar 14 keg-* Glades Butter 12 do Western Butter, carefully selected 10 boxe* Adamantine Candle? A full supply of SMOKED BEEF, of my own curing, which, with my fotmer §tock ofi HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS, LARD, &c.J will be ?old on accommodating term?. ! uov 29—go3t ISAAC GEORGE, Health restored and life lengthened, by dr. mor>e*s N VIGOR ATI NG ELIXIR AM) CORDIAL. — Fur cen uries, Medical Science has been ran i;n king the vegetable and imneial kingdom-, in - -catch ol something that should restore the lost • >r decaying energies ol the nervous and muscu- a ar systems, without the drawback of subsequent i prostration, which all stimulants, tonics, atid I »arcotics had heretofore entailed. I hat some- f fling has been louud.' It is a vegetable produc tion. brought from the sterile desert* of Arabia he Stony, by the celebrated I’rofessorM. Morse well known as a distinguished member ot the leading scientific societies of the Old \Norld, f jinJ equally distinguished as a physician, 3 chem- j 1st and a traveller. I he juices of this herb ( concentrated and combined w ith other vegetable s medicinal extract-, are now' pioducing result, | Imtier to untieard of, m this or any other country. | At first the properties attributed to Professor f Mo USE’S INVIGORATING ELIXIR AND t CORD! Mi were deenitd fabulous. 'The public, j often deceived, could not believe the simple and sublime truths announced by the di-coverei , But lact-, liiidenuUie fact*, attested by witness es of the highest c|a--and character, aic now triumphing over all doubts. INCREDULI TY IS OVERTHROWN, by a ma-s of testimony winch is perfectly irre- I S-alible. * 'I he Elixir remedies, in all cases, the deplora ble evii- aii-ing Irom a misuse or abuse ot the v ti iotj-organs winch make up the wonderful machine called .‘ an. It restores to full vigor every delicate function connected with that mysterious compound agency ol matter ami mind, necessary to (he re-production ol human lite. To per-on- of leeble muscular frame, ot dt licient in vitul power, it is recommended as the onij means of communicating that energy which »- nLce**ar) to the proper enjoyment of all ihe natural appetite?, a- well a* ol the higher mental attributes. Its oeneficial effects are not confined to either sex or to any ag*'. I he leeble girl, I be ailing wile, the Ii-lic--, cuei vated youth, the overworn man of business, the victim of nervou* depression, ti e individual suffering from general deuility or fioin tt»e weakness of a sin gle organ, will a!! find itrinn diaie and permanent relief Irom the u- • of this incomparable renova* let. 'To ifio-e who have a predisposition to par alysis, it will prove a complete and unfailing safeguard against that tnirible malady. I here are many, perhap*, who have so trifled with theii constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach of medicine Let not even these ties; air. 'J he Elixir deal* with di*e3-e 3* j it exi-ts, without reference to causes, and will not onh remove the disorder itself, hut REBU IEDTHE BROKEN CONST! NJTIUN. | Brought from a vast distance, the principal in gredient of ihe Elixir can only be procured at a heavy expense, and the process of manufacture is also costly . Hence, the price, to be at all re munerative, must necessarily be higher than that of the trashy, chance-compound nostrum, oi which lhe unlv cxnen*e consists m the adver Using. Rut, il health is indeed a “priceless hJe-'ins,” then is the Invigorating Efixir anil ( or diai the cheapest medicine in ttie known world, j The derangement' ot' the system, leading to nervous diseases, and the terms ol nervous dis ease itself, are so numerous, that it would re- ] quire a column to enumerate the maladies for which this preparation i* a specific. A few, _ however, may be enumerated, uz: neuralgia, tic ■ dolorcaux. headache, incipient paralysis, hys teria, (i)'pepsia, palpitation ot the heart, spinal affections. muscular debility, tremors, flatulence, a pricking seii-ation in the flesh, numhnes', tor- | pidity ol the liver, mental depres'ion, weakness ; of the will, indisposition to move, faintness altei exerci'e, broken sleep and terrifying dreams in ability to remain in one plat e or pO'iliun, weak ness of the procreative organs, sexual mc.ooi netency, melancholy, monomania, floor albus, sinking at the stomach, female irregularities, a ; chronic tendency to miscarriage, emaciation, and ^ all complaints growing out of a tree indulgence of the passions, and ail barrenness, that does not procet-d from organic causes beyond the reach ol medicine. Whenever the organs to be acted upon are free Irom mallormation or striclural diseases, it is averred lhat MORSES INVIGORATING ELIXIR will replace weakness with stienglh, incapacity with efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural activity, and this not only without hazard of reaction, but with a happy effect on the gen eral oiganizatton. fl^* Rear in mind lhat all maladies, wherever they begin, finish with the nervous system, and that the paralyzaticn of the netves ol motion and sensation is physical death, Rear in muni, also, that for evtiy kind of nervous disease, the Elixir and Lot dial is the nnlv leliabie preparation known A (.HEAT medicine for females. | 1 he unparalleled effects ol this great reslora- | tivc in all complaints incident to females, mark ; a new era in the annals ol medicine, i housands j ol stimulants have been invented—thousands ol i mvigorantsconcocted—all purpoitmg to be spe- j cities in the various diseases and derangements, | to which the delicate conformation ot woman render her liable. I tie icsult has heretofore been | uniform. 1 liese nosit urns have indeed imparted , a momentary vivacity to I he nervous system, a transient and delusive vigor to the muscles; but j tins lla'li of relief has been succeeded by a de piction and prostration greater than bclore, jhd ihe. end has loo olten been utterly to paralyze ; the recuperative power ol the nerves and the vital organization, uiiu uhuiij w mtuu happy pat lent. Rut m AlOKM/S IN VIGOR ATI NG ELIXIR. is presented as a phenomenon in the nratcria me- J dica hitherto unheard ol —a stimulant without a reaction. I he herb which forms its mam ingredient, this been admitted by all the great medical and pharmaceutical institutions ol Europe, to be in lliis respect sui geneiis Dr. Alorse whose u.tine is an undisputed authority in science, dis covered the production in Arabia, wheie his at tention was excited by the wonderfully invigo- i rating effects it produced upon the natives. In fact, the wondeitul power ol endur ance, the ex- ! haustless vigoi exhibited by the Arabs of both j sexes, in their desert pilgrimages, is attributable I to the use ol this vitalizing herb. An appeal is made to I hV t.U\ WOMAN OF SENSE, who suffers from weakness, derangement, ner- ! vou-ness, tremois, pains in ihe back,or any other i disorder, whether peculiar to her sex, or coin- ! moi: to both se\e-—to give the InvigoratingCor- I dial a trial. RET FACTS SPEAK FOR THE*1 SELVES. I Hear irhat V>e celebrated and distinguished j Hr V\ CIO/). of Massachusetts, says uj it: AIasSACHUSKT IS lN8A.SK I losl'll A Worcester, June ], liDS. I)i;ak Sir:—It gives me pleasure to iniorm you, that one ol my patients, while in Huston, piocmed some of yonr Cordial, which he tell me he has taken two weeks, which tune he lias uoi had been troubled a.s he was Delore He already looks like a new per-on, who so short a lime -nice looked so pale and thin, and was scarcely able to c rawl around. I thought it scticely possible lor turn ever to regain his full strength and lacultre*; his case was an exltcmely bad one. I prescribed the usual medicines used in such cases in the Uo-pital, but they were of no effect. In the mean tune, my patient had procured some ot your Cordial, which effected a cure, I am satis- , ned no other medicine could have done. 1 shall ever warmly recommend it whenever an oppor (unity occurs. The Inventor in my younger davs l well remember, as being considerdd one of the most skilful physicians in the U. .Slates, j and had heard his l or dial very highly spoken of. but was one of the incredulous a- to its merits, until 1 was so unexpectedly and satisfactorily convmceJ to the contrary. It must be a great consolation to you, to think what a vast amount of human mi-ery your Cordial is alleviating.— i With my warmest wishes lor your health, hap piness and continued success I iemain, very tru- ■ ly, yours, H. A. WOOD, M. D. CAUTION.—Dr. Morsl’s In vigor atiko Cordial has been counterleilcd by some un principled persons. Id future all the genuine Cordial will have the proprietors lac-simile pasted over the cork of each Dottle, and the following words blown hi < the glass—•Dr. Morses Invigorating Cor dial, C. H Ring, Proprietor, N. V.” jv_r' l he Cordial is pul up highly concentra ted, in Pint Bottles. Price $ t per bottle. 2 for $5, and (> lor *12. CllAS. H. RlNG, Proprietor, 192 Broadway, New York. A G T8* Alexandria—LIENRY COOK. Frederickaburg-^JAS. COOKE k CO. Wtaliingtoo City—Z. D. GILMAN. O* Sold by Druggist* geoerelly. je92—dfccly AUCTION SALES. DOino RICO SUGAR AM) UHl(. L PiX>L SALT AT AL'CIION —On Finlay til. \»iU insf , al il o'clock .4 M . w.1! he - >1.. < ur wharves, tiAO HHDS. PORIORU*) iUGARS. cargo of Brig Hope 3,000 dVKRPOOL FINK AM) COAusK SALi. argo Br g Cohe'juid. Terms at %a|f. dee 3 —u KO vVLK .V: CO. inarming iyhlkmkms. \c, for L SALK—I shall oiler for ai Putt <: tUc ion, on Friday t/u \ith m**.. al the Faun, iow am! lor many seam past, oc< up ed by in-, tie remainder ot m> piesent Near** cop. M* , '(uisistmg of a large nek ot Wucat and Fvr »iAW, <t uahtv very goo.j; ink W s; Lay iiooiM. and Gkar: onk Cart ani> Haknf.s.s l tons: Hark >ws and R m.kk. w :h a g. i *• at assortment of *mali.kr !mfi.kmfnt*. miii*. ile for a farm. O.nk KlDlMi Hcr-k wiih >a: - )I.K AND FrIDLK: WITH AM* MV HOI SKll‘o* > r\NI) KUCHKN KUhMTUKK. Sale to take dace all! o’clock. dec 3—ar.3t* HF.NKV BROWN. A FINK FARM FOR SALK.—The sub >tr.ber ( tiers for tale the farm upon whicti ie resides, si:ua»ed in the county ( t Culpeper, Mi the man road from Culpeper Ct. Hi*u*e to Fredericksburg, five miles tron the former, a: u Lhirtv-three tro.n the latter p!ace. It << iitams by a it cent survey, 1()« At KK'v a' »ilf ’a.* hundred and ninety ol which a:e opt n Ian !, the rest in woods. The soil is o; excellent ijuali'y, beirg ot the best description of the p o uuctive region m which it lies The ta;m is well-watered and the location proverbial k r being healthy. AaK If has a comfortable l) \Y K I. L INC Bh» HOUSK wiih six rooms and the ncc<. **a'V out houses on -t. its proximity to several merchant m» ami the facility of communication wi'h A'-xuiM, i and Fredericksburg, wfnch is atlud»d b> The Grange and Ale.xandria Rad Road, two •.**, "* ot which are wPhm six milt*.*, an-! hx '*>* t u - peper and Fredericksburg Plank R a!, i- - rated immediately by if. gi'ks the place :h • cbo'ce ot several txcellerit n i a * r. e' > produce. The above land, if not *o d pnvnkds. before *).e ifdh Pecemher next. will upon h -f day !f lair, if no1, on fhe next fair day he -o d at pPdic auction. In the mean hu e. the *»k»* sen her will vvi fi pleasuie. exfi’f*it '!.< at d o anyone d ispo*■ ed to pu rcha*e pr vate.v. v■ i i • i jjcfy I r;kM* — One-third casfi. ti e r«‘*i !•. !w» etpial annual instalments for bonds, wit » ap proved personal security, and a lien upo'i th** u,„t. W11.1,1 A M I,. ANDKU.miV Sfevfnsbur-j. riov *g4—eols / >U)UN I RV SIORK, RKAL Ksl'A I K AND V.y FURMTURK SALK, AT Al d|n\ Intending fo remove South, the sub»rrihei r. r- I»*r *a!e to the highest bidder, on Ihor^acc. f, /_ I r . il. .. l .. I i .» n.nnui'l' t/k tf 1 ’ 1 ill*- II'IMIV r'Si r w» ’ M l WO HoCSES AM> LOI S, a F.om <»: IOO ACRES.ail kinds o| harming Im piemeut*. Hor-es. Mutes, C ows. Hogs. Mravv. \C Also all ot hs HOl SKHOLP AM) KITCHEN1 FIRM I IKK. comprising a lithe t»t eveiy tung \xanted by housekeepejs. I ai*o offer tor sate at the same tune and | i.n e. '» tv r privately disposal of before, my SI O' K t!F GOODS. comprising an excellent assort mer*. | i:a.>ts —On all sums ot $10. and under. ca-h wil he mjuireU, over that amount a credit of nine months will be* given on everythin!*', ex cept the Houses and Farm, on which one-tourlh ot the money will he required in hand, a; d the balance to be pai l in three equal in-’m meifs ot one, two. and tlnee years, to be se cured h» bonds and a deed ot tru-’. K. S. IM.r.M M F.K. (’eiitrcviHe, nov 22 —eois Kail road stock ai acciiov— Will he sold in front of the Mayor’-Offi *# . on 7fun the ft of l)ccenii>r)\ at 1- • clock, without reserve, to c.ose a tru- -;tm Y sharesO. and A. K. Road Stock, terms cash. Rv order ot the Trus’ee. n«’V 26 — 2awts GEO. W HI I K, Auct. i t)ttlNCE WILLIAM FARM FUR SALE. L I he undersigned wi-hes to sell hei Farm »*NKW MARKET," in F mice W lihain C’oun tv, Va . contami >g 111 ACRES, twenty-mhe of which is in line lunher, and the balance ! cleared, ar d all under a good and Mibstami.il ferce I here is a tine collection ol Apple and IVach trees on the Farm The impiow meats are a large FRAME DM ELLING. ftiliaf containing six rotin- ami aii r eces-aiy ot!t mii d ngs, and an excellent w»* i ol \\a’»-r near Ihe dwelling. I he rand j- ot the ie*l -<n\ ami the w hoe farm vv t* 11 wa'ered. /hi- fa ini i-Within 1 Smiles of the Mana—a- Gap Rail road. t of Mana-sas Station, and five nulls from the Gainesboro" Station. For terms, &c , enquire on the premise*, or addr ss me at f iroveion, F. < /, Frince William Coun’v, Va. All letters mti*i he pre-panl. MARY ANN ( ON RAD. Frince M’m. i o., nov f>—eot!)ec2'>* f I *H E subscriber offeis lor -a!** hi- FARM, J in the (founts ol Fair tax. lying on Fori ck Creek, containing 2U0 acie.- ol good land, part of which i- in wood. The improvements <on nst ot a good pVVFil.LLNG, and fl?i nere-sary out-houses. ai d a pretty la r j orchard. Feisons hi want ol a faim ol w / ia tt* 11 t .1., ,t I l/i v tin ilu> hctfllt- 1)1.) - chafing rlsew h»Te, as I am deleiutuiul So sell a bargain. The soil is very util a*:a| led to all crops raised m the county, and i’s proximity to market, by the creek, (a navigable one to wituin DO yards ol the door.) makes it a very desirable place—and a* healthy a> any in the county For farther particulars, please addle** me at Accotink l\ O., Fairfax County, Va The pnichaser ran have the privilege of seed ing this fall, and lull possession given 1st Jan uary, ! sDl A L AltkFNZIK. F»Ha\ roimly, sep 13 — I a wt I sd h:t&2a w 11 4 DKMUABLK FAUM H)U >\LK AKAU FUKDEUK KSBl KG. V A.— I tie *ub*< fi ber *dh*is r«.r sale hi* FAUM, situated in the county ol S afford, within halt a mile ol in.* R.chmond. Fredenck*burg and Potomac Kai roa.d, 3y miles from Fredericksburg, V a , con taining 4SS 1-4 A( RFS. A large porlir n ol tlie land i» now in a high slate ol improve ment, and i* weli adapted to wheat, corn, an-l grass—about 70 acres being line meadow, to gether with an abundant supply or watei and Mtimber. The improvement* are a good l)W FIXING HOOF, kl I'CHFN, and ;*l! necessary oubbuiMin**. F<.f far* trie‘ 1U',ln,,arS naif. WII.TR FRGFlt. Fredericksburg, Va . nov 2d —2a w ‘2m wiMI I H & A>HBY are now receiving thur O F*\LL»V VVIiN i FU G<)ODN. pun based m \ew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Alex andria, and art* ottering them al unu*uai.y low prices. Their Domestics, Bool*, Shoes, Ha's, an t Ready Made Clothing, will compare in price* with any market in Virginia. They "respectfully request their friends in Upper "Fauquier, Loudoun, Warren, and Clarke, to call and examine their stock beloie purcha sing elsewhere. P. S. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange lor goods. Plaster, salt, iron, and guano constantly on hand. Piedmont > at ion. mv 2—eotf LAS D FOii LK.— 1 otter lor sale my farm at Auburn, Fauquier County, V a , five miles ea*t of VVarrentoii, and live nn ♦** west of Colvin’* Station, in the Valiev or Ctdar Run, containing about 300 ACKKS, witu good improvements, together with a ,!!?■ large STORK HOUSE AND I JOT, ►ui jujjj[ table lor a family, a business place, amMiT* been occupied lor many year*. AL><h a FAUM of 300 ACKKS near this, m a h gfi state of cultivation, with excellent improve ments, the property of J. Camel!. A good bar gain 1* ottered, and payments made ea*y\ Call at Auburn and View the prem'*^* S. McCOKMICK. Fauquier County, jv lb—eoir rr»HK UN HFKMGNFD Agent lor me Ma L hw Gap Rail (load Company, bavin* tins ilaV bought oiit K. H. HINTON 4. <■ <> . fnr the niirno.e of ron-lurting a general C0.V1MI>si(»N. HFCFIVING, and FOR WARDING BUSINESS, has constantly on hand heavy STAPLE GOODS, Groceries, Boot*, Shoes, &c., and other articles Sudani* for Country trade, such as Plaster, Sail, and iron, which be will sell lor casb, or take Couu Gaine.ville, Prince William Co .jan 1 —Jawtf fn A SACKS G. A. Sail, for »»lr toy lUUoof!* KiNCHKLOF fc SMITH.