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FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1854. SCENES IN NEW YORK CITY. Broadway by Midnight, or rather at that period between midnight and daybreak when silence broods over every thing, and the big columns of light issuing from theatres and refectories and from stained glass lamps over their portals are extinguished, should be seen at least once by every one. There is noth ing then to break the silence that reigns, save the quarter-hourly chiming of the old Trinity, or the distant foot-fall of an occasion al pedestrian; perhaps a physician returning from the bedside of a patient, or a fagged out night editor, who as he plods his weary home ward way, wonders if he has left any sources of information un scare lied that might have furnished gratification to tho.se who will in an hour or two be perusing his journal. It is no time then for flagging steps or the grat ification of curiosity. The order of the night is, closely buttoned coats, no conspicuous jewelry or watch chains; even the gold spec tacles of the shortest sighted are safer in a morocco case in an inner pocket than in their usual position, supported by the wearer’s nose. In fact, to perambulate New York at an hour like this it is eminently necessary to mind one's own affairs, and never to stop in quisitively, should a group of suspicious look ing personages be gataered at the street cor ners which it is necessary to pass. The Ire Suent attacks upon midnight pedestrians in tiis city we attribute in a great majority of instances to their own imprudence; for we j never knew of a person being assaulted in ; the street, provided he carried a stout cane j and pursued the even teuor 51 his way, as j though he was entirely on his guard against aggression. in a promenade so thronged as is Broad- j way there is always something to be observ- j ed, even at midnight. It is then that those 1 hui?e placards are posted that inform theatre goers that the “Spectre Dog-cart, or the Bull pup of the Pyrenees," &e., will be performed at the mis-nained places of amusement; and j the bill-sticker, as he scales a pile of bricks or climbs a scaffold to display his poster most conspicuously, may be 9een tearing down the work of a rival w’ho has anticipated him with an announcement of the virtues of “Hollo way's Pills and Ointment" or a call for an an ti-Nebraska mass meeting to save the Union. j The huge gilded sign that daybreak reveals , over the dry goods store of Messrs, Ketchum I * A Skiuuuin found its way there in the wee hours of the preceding night, and men were then busied in taking down the huge canvass picture on the walls of BarnunTs Museum that represented in a magnified degree the natural curiosities that may be seeu within. Indeed if any one should conjecture how ele phants and rhinoceroses, Ac, are introduced into buildings, bis curiosity could be gratified at this particular period; for we have seen “the elephant," on at least one occasion, led quietly to the destined place of exhibition, the basement of a four-story building, ready for visitors on the following morniug. '1 he shrewd purveyors aud caterers for the pub lio appetite are now wending their way to Washington Market to purchase the supplies for the day, first come first served being the rule there, as well as in barbers' shops; for the earliest buyer always secures the primes! i quarters and the choicest vegetables. It you choose to follow them and wend your way to the market, you will find the business of the day just commencing. Heavily laden wagons are being relieved of their contents, ana plenty of purchasers are already wait ing to inspect the articles. The air is redo lent of the perfume of straw’berries that tlie sun has not yet wilted, and it is amusing when a scarcity of them or any special Arti- | cle exists, to witness the eagerness of the rival i purchasers. The fortunate huckster, radiant ! with pleasure, then reaps his harvest, and j ceases to wish that, like more fortunate people, j he could be snugly reposing in his home in the oblivion of sleep. Huge droves of cattle are now coming in from various quarters, and proceeding on their way to Bull's Head, covering the street from curb to curb with their numbers. An hour hence and the birds will l>e twittering among the trees in the Park, sighing perhaps to listen to their own music, which must be drowned in a short time by the din of the omnibuses and vehicles that permit no still soit tones to be heard amid their din. The uptown resident who rides down to his coun ting-room at nine and returns at five may ( pass a lifetime without being aware that lit- S tie birds, with their gladdest music, trom the , big shade trees of the Park, each morning salute the ruddy glow with which the sun empurples all the east. But their occupation la soon gone or unheeded. A single stage cornea thundering along, then another, and Broadway awakens from its slumber and the busy tide of living beings crowd its bounds, as every day succeeding another il lustrates.—Journal of Commerce. GF* A CARD.—Since ths proprietor's recent Laboratory enlargements, he is able to till his numerous orders for LYONS KATHAIRON, without delay. This peerless and immensely popular article for invigorating and beautifying tbe Hair, is sold by every druggist throughout North and South America, Europe, and the is lands of the ocean. No article of any kind ever obtained so extensive a sale in all parts of the world. . Let those now u«e Who never used before; A ml those ! always used Now use the more. The price is still 25 cents, in large bottles. ‘ D. S. BARNES, Proprieto#, je 13—d&c 1 m 161 Broadway, New York. FACT WORTH KNOWING.—It should be borne in mind that we have pursued a course entirely different from the usual mode, in bringing our medicines to the notice ot physi cians. The recipes of STABLER S ANO DYNE CHERRY EXPECTORANT and DIARRHiEA CORDIAL have been made known cvtyklmtialhj, to upwards ot five hundred ■Ndical men, every one of whom recommend no highly eihcient remedies. The Expec ts been pronounced by them to be an i remedy in all cases of Coughs, Colds, itis, Asthma, and diseases of the It generally. The Diarrhiea rivet! their unqualified praise as O wilHWgttsases of the bowels, both in ohihbSiSd Odhlhg nfod the many cures that these “tood medicines” have effected, prove the physician? o^Hjlonwdlibanded. They should | be kept in every frmily, wmty for instant use j when occasion many require. ... See descriptive pamphlets, t# be had gratis of the agents. Price for each, only 50 cents, or six bottles for $2 50. E. H. STABLER A CO., Proprietors, Wholesale Druggists, Baltimore, Md. iy By all Druggists in Alexandria, and by merchants generally, throughout Virginia, je 2»—2w_ ~~lEr HENRY’S INVIGORATING COR DIALThe merits of this purely vegetable ex tract for the removal and cure of physical pros tration. general debility, nervous affections, Ac., are fully described in another column ot this paper, to which the reader is referred. d»#botti$ 3 bottles for $5; six bottles tor OhMtve the »*rk* of the eiarowR .yp.p—pared only by E. E. COHEN, No. 3 Frmiklin Row, Vine Street, below Eighth, Phil adelphia, Pa., TO WHOM ALL ORDKKS MUST BB AD ^F^eale by PEEL A STEVENS, Wholesale Agenfcfoktbe StAte of Virginia, to whim orders kon the'Statrmuflt be addressed. J7A liberal discount made to the trade and Fog sale also by W. H. GILMAN, Washington City, D. C. jail 27—dly Silvers plastic paints—cheap, DURABLE, AND PROTECTIVE—WEA THER AND FIRE PROOF.—This Paint will stand any climate, without crack or blister, and hardens by exposure, thus making in time an enamel of stone, protecting Wood from decay, and Iron and other metals from rust and corrosion. This Paint differs from the so-called Mineral Paints of the day, which are principally Ochres and Clays colored, and are entirely worthless. Silver s Plastic Paints are purely Metalic, con taining no Alumin or Clay. They are levigated finely, mix readily with Linseed Oil, (without the trouble of grinding,) and How under the brush as freely as the best White Lead. i These Paints excel all others in body or cover ing properties, one pound of which will cover as much surface, as two pounds of YN bite Lead. There are tour natural colors, viz: Black or Slate, Brown, Olive, and Chocolate. Directions.—This Paint flows freely under the brush, and its covering property is increased by using it mixed as thickly as possible, with Pl'itE ■ Linseed Oil; as the Paint is the lasting or pro tecting body, and the Oil simply the medium or agent in spreading it. We annex copies of two letters, one trom the President ot the Philadelphia and Reading Rail Road Company, the other from a gentleman, a well known resident of Augusta, Georgia. Office of the Phila. and Reading Railroad Co., > Philadelphia, May X 1S:VJ. ) J. S. Silver, ks^—Dear Sir, We have used your ‘Plastic Paints’ for more than a year, ami lor painting Budges, Depots, Ac., Ac., we have found it quite equal to any paint we have used, lu tact, we now give it a preference over all others we have tried for such purposes. Yours, respectfully, (Signed.) JOHN TUCKER, President. *iug\utu, Ga., S Steam Dear Sir: Y'ou ask me for my opinion of ‘ Silver’s Mineral Paints,*’ which you have put on n*y Machine Shop and Planing Mill. I give you with pleasure my full and hearty recommenda tion of it a> a nreveiitive of Fire communica img from chimneys, or trom adjoining buildings. 'Ha* Paint which you put on m^roof, has now become as hard as slate, anil l feel as secure trom Fire. in this direction a> is possible. A few weeks after tiie roots had been painted, 1 made iyi experiment on two or three shingles, by pla cing them in the furnace under the boilers; the re>ult was, that the portion uncovered was en tirely consumed, while the Painted part was ap parently sound, though upon examination the wood was found to be charred; the Paint, how ever, was firm, and but little blistered. I consider this as severe a test as your Paint can be put to, and under the circumstances, I do not hesitate to commend it as an invaluable preventive against Fire. Respectfully, Ac., (Signed,) AMBROSE SPENCER. FRENCH & RICHARDS, N. W. corner of 10th and Market sts., Philadelphia, General Wholesale Agents. For sale in Alexandria, Va., by HENRY COOK. jy 22—2awd& 1 awe 1 y IGHLY IMPORTANT TO THOSE IN WANT OF FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHING ARTICLES, at the cheap cash Upholstery and Furniture Ware Rooms, southwest comer of King and Put streets, opposite the Marshall House. I would embrace this opportunity to thank my friends and the public generally, for their very generous jiatronage, and would re spectfully assure them if they give me a call they shall not be disappointed with regard to quality or prick ot any article embraced in the business. I am induct'd to make these very battering offers from a determination to accom modate one and all at the lowest cash price, be lieving that ;*a quick penny is better than a slow shilling.” I am prepared to furnish BED*. BOLSTERS and PILLOWS, CURLED HAIR, (any quality or price.) Cotton and Shuck MAT TRESSES, SOFA, Pew and Chair CUSHIONS, LOUNGES, Union and Chamber CHAIRS. I ha\e on hand. Sideboards, Bureaus, dmillg and breakfast Tables, cane and wood seat, rocking and sitting Chairs, Looking Glasses, large and small sizes; Clocks, eight day and thirty hours ; ami numerous other articles not necessary to enumerate. Give me a call, at least, before you purchase, and see for yourselves. N. B.—Old Sofas, Mattresses, Cushions, and all kind of UPHOLSTERING work, repaired without delay. Second hand FURNITURE bought or exchanged in part pav tor new. ap a-4f JAMES H. DEVAUGHN. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, FOR GENTLEMEN S WEAR — W, U MJS ^A,y. Mrnhant Tailor, would call attention to his stock of CLOTIIS, CJSS1MERES and l ESTINGS, embracing all the varieties ot qual ity and shade to be found in the markets ot the Northern cities, which he is prepared to make up in the best manner and latest fashion, at the very lowest prices. Also, a good assortment of READI-MADE CLOTHING, fashionably cut and properly made up. Also, Fink and Common Shirts; Collars: Handkerchiefs; Cravats; Stocks: Gloves; Half Hose; Umbrellas; SrsPENDERS; Ac., A<\ Thankful tor former encouragement, no effort shall be spared to merit future continued confi dence, at the old stand, south side of King, one itoor of Roval street. ar> ft—tt MEXICAN GUANO.—We are now receiv ing a lew hundred tons ol this valuable MANURE, of a su|H?rior quality to any pre vious importation. It contains from 70 to 80 per cent, of pure bone Phosphate ol Lime. Copies of Analysis can be had on post paid ap plication to us. We have not yet advanced on prices, although the PERUVIAN GUANO has been advanced by the Agent, some 15 p cent. For sale in lots to suit purchasers, by PAGE, SHARP & CO. Baltimore, Md., je 8—eofiw_ TYPIN'DOW GLASS—Window and Picture \ | Glass.—A good assortment of Window and Picture Glassconstantlyon hand and for sale in quantities to suit purchasers. Merchants from every section of the country are invited to cal! and examine for themselves before buying. Or ders by letter promptly tilled. EDWARD P. DICKIE. /44 Chamber st., near Hudsot R. R. Depot, N. Y New York, feb 25—wly • JUST RECEIVED from the Manufactory, a large and elegant assortment ol PRINKS, which, added to those already on hand, makes my stock very complete. They will alt be dis posed of at the usual low prices, notwithstand ing the great advance in the cost ot materials. Those in want of a good article are requested to call. J. VACANT, je 22—lw Adjoining the Marshall House. Alexandria steam mills —Fme ami j heavy SHEETINGS; light OSNABURGS suitable for grain and guano bags, and Cotton bats can now bo had at the Cotton h actory, by the bale, at the lowest factory price. Also. Warps of superior quality will be prepared for Country mills to order, lower than they can be purchased elsewhere. JAS. FITZPATRICK, tp 19—il4tAeotf Superintendent, j l^TEGROES WANTED.—1 wish to purchase J^i any number of NEGROES, either in fami lies, or single Negroes. Also, mechanics ol all kinds, for which I will pay the highest cash j prices. Persons wishing to sell will find it to , their advantage to see me or my Agents before j they eell. All communications will meet with . prompt attention, if addressed to me at this place : &_tf JOSEPH BRUIN j HINESE AND AMERICAN VERMIL LlOf^Chrome Green in oil; Chrome Yellow in oil; Raw Utt»ber in oil; Burnt Umber in oil; Prussian Blue in oil; Terraa Scienna in oil; Vir digiis in oil; CbromeGreen dry; Chrome Yellow j drv; Gold Leaf and Bronze, iust received, and k>r sale at WASHINGTON T. HARPER’S, je 21 Paint OR, and Gftsg Store. EOWLE & CO., have now in store ami are about receiving a large supply 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, direct from the Ckmcha Islands, which they ofler to their agricultural friends, at the lowest cash prices. f ; , my 10—tf_1 - ' * il,, WOOL.—The subscriber wishes to purchase C0.0U0 fcs. WOOL, for the Buckland Factory, lor which the highest market price will be paid, [je 5] ROBT. H HUNTON. $ _GROCERIES, Ac._ i * ~ HHDS. N. 0. SUGAR, medium to prime 0£) quality 25 tierces N. 0. Molasses 55 packages Loaf and Crushed Sugar 75 bags Rio Coffee 1U tierces Rice 25 boxes Pearl Starch. Just received and for sale by je 24 McVEIGH k CHAMBERLAIN^ BAYNE, BUCKNER k CO., are now receiv ing, and offer for sale, cor. King and ater streets: 40 hhds. N 0. Sugar 50 bags Rio Coffee 50 bbls. N. O. Molasses 10 hhds. Cardenas do 50 kegs Lewis’s pure White Lead 5o “ other brands u _je 7 ^ PAINTS, OIL, &c.— White Lead, pure and extra in Oil Red Lead, dry and in Oil Paris Green do do Chrome Green do do Chrome Yellow do do Virdagris do do Prussian Blue do do Linseed Oil, raw and boiled Turpentine, Litharage. bellow Ochre. \ e 11itian Red; Chinese and American Vermillion; Putty; Lamp Black; Black Lead, and Imperial Black Paint; bright Varnish, \c.; Paint Brushes, all sizes, and of best quality, for sale low by STEPHEN SHINN U SON, ap l Janney's Wharf. 1 a v CASKS PURK PORT WINE 20 ± and | casks French Brandy 75 bbls. Old Whiskey, in store, which we will sell to punctual customers, as low as they can buy in any market North or South. ROACH k WASHINGTON. je 2 Union-street. ^I^NES.-Tinto, London Particular, and W other brands. Madeira, Victoria, Pale and Brown Sherry, Royal, Burgundy, and Pure Juice. Port, Muscat, and Malaga Wines, for sale by HUME, MARSHALL k WARD, je 13 King-st., near Railroad. Y>ERUV1AN GUANO.—1400 tons Peruvian I ouauo. now going in store, auuiu j»er barques Teal and Albus, direct from theChin cha Islands, for sale by ap 13 HOWARD Ac POOR. SUGARS.—Porto Rico, New Orleans, Loaf, Crushed, Pulverized, and Clarified Sugars, in full supply, and at lowest market rates. J. McCORMICK, S. K. cor. je 14 King and St. Asaph streets. Brandy and port wine—very old and superior, for sale by F. A. MARBURY, my 27 Fowle's Wharf. BROMA, COCOA, No. I AM) SWEET CHO COLATE, all of the best quality, for sale at je 22 WHITE’S, Post Oliice corner. sr TIERCES FRESH RICE, just received, and £) for sale by FLEMING Ac DOUGLASS, je 24 _ IW HALF CHESTS superior Young Hyson I rS Tea, just received, and for sale by je 24 FLEMING Ac DOUGLASS. »r A / w\ LBS. prime Family Bacon, in store, • MM I and for sale by je 2U GREEN, SUTTLE Ac CO. BACON.—25 casks prime Shoulder BACON, for sale low, to close consignments, je 20 J. J. WHEAT & BROS._ SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS.—5 cases, all war ranted, for sale by je5 _JOS. GRIMES. HARDW ARE, CUTLERY, Ac. ENGLISH, CASTLEMAN At CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CITLERY ARE now receiving an unusually large and well selected stock of GOODS, in their line, suited to the season. [p~Country Merchants arc particularly invi ted to examine our Goods beiore purchasing, as we are prepared to supply them upon as lavora ble terms as they can be procured elsewhere. mh 30_j_ WJE have just opened a large stock of COACH AND SADDLERY HARD WARE. among which will be found Bridle Bits; Stirrup Irons Roller and Bridle Buckles Spurs; Girth and Rein Webb Coach, Seaming, and Pasting Lace Fringes; Tassels; Rosettes; Harness Ornaments Curtain Glasses Patent Enamelled (’loth and Leather Hubs; Bows and Felloes; together with a great many other articles, which will be sold low, and to which we invite th* attention of purcha sers. ENGLISH, CASTLEMAN At CO. ap 1 __ Grain cradles, cultivators, &c. —The subscribers have just received of the very best quality Johnson’s Revolving Horse Rakes 3 and 5 Tooth Cultivators 4 and 5 Finger Grain Cradles -■V 1 • “ i ni 1 j/ouoie ;>iio\ei i lougus Minor A Horton's Ploughs, all sizes Plough Castings, assorted sizes Grass and Grain Scythes Scythe Stones A Rifles, Ac 500 kegs Nails, best quality. Together with a large stock of other goods usually found in a Hardware Store. For sale, wholesale and retail, at moderate prices, by JOHN T. CREIGHTON A CO., jp cor. King ami Royal st^ Adams a co. s great express be tween Alexandria, Baltimore, Philadelphia, jVVec York, Boston. and all the principal cities and tw'ns in the Union*—lhe citizens ol Alexandria are respectfully informed, that the arrangements lor our Express, are on an improved and enlarged scale. Our cars now leave Baltimore three times a day for Alexandria, conveying GOODS, ol all descriptions, at very low prices, and unrivalled speed. Our charges from Baltimore to Alexan dria for heavy freight, Dry Goods, Ac., are at rates very little (if any,) in advance of the ordi nary freight lines. Merchants and othersorder ing by us, will save the cartage, wharfage, Ac., in Baltimore and Alexandria, an important item. The merchants in Warrentou, Middleburg, Upperville. and surrounding country, will find it to their advantage to forward their GOODS by our line. LIP’ All heavy goods w ill be taken from the Philadelphia boat or stores in Baltimore, and delivered at the store door or Railroad Depot in Alexandria, for cts. per cwt. Our European Express for Liverpool, London, Dublin, Paris, Havre. Ac., Ac., leaves twice a week. Packages, Ac., forwarded. Bills payable in any part of England, Ireland, or Scotland, for sale at this office. You should bear in hiind in all cases to order by Adams A Co.'s Express. HUGH LATHAM. Agent; aug 17—tf Alexandria, Va. SOAPAND CANDLE FACTORY—The undersigned having rented the Soap and Can dle Factory, lately occupied by Samuel Lunt, deceased, on Union street, will at once commence manufacturing Soap and Candles, and respectful ly solicits the patronage of Mr. Lunt's formei customers. He will buy Butcher's Tallow in the rough, or rendered, at the highest market price. He also w ishes to engage the services of a first rate Soap Maker, a single man preferred, dec 14—tf _J. H. MONROE. JOHN T. EVANS, respectfully informs the Ladies,' that he has just returned from New York, with one of the LARGEST and BEST ASSORTMENTS of BONNETS, ever offered in this market for sale—such as ENGLISH, FRENCH and ITALIAN STRAWS, NEA POLITAN; PEDALS, Ac. ALSO, a good as sortment of RIBBONS. Boys and Gentlemen's HATS, of all kinds, See. vmy5-~tf__^ MGRAIN CRADLES, 500 Harvest Rakes, and a large stock of Grain and ythes, Sneathes, Whet-Stones, Ac., for sale by Jje 6] R. S. HUCK, Fairfax st. DRY GOODS, *C.__ Dry goods of select grades— Fourth Instalment.—We are hourly open ing the fourth instalment of our purchases this spring of rich Fancy and Staple Dry-Goods, com bining all the novelties in our line, and it may be added, that our Stock of Goods, for general larni ly consumption, was never so complete as now. * A full stock of Mourning Goods constantly on hand: also, a vast supply of Goods adapted for youths’ and misses’ wear. CdPStrangers who may not know where the best bargains are to be obtained are cordially in vited to examine our stock, if but for their own gratification. LiTWe make daily additions to our stock throughout the entire season. t^Good articles, low prices, and fair dealing may be relied on in all cases. PERRY A BROTHER. Central Stores, opp. Centre Market, City ot Wash n. Washington, ap 1U—tf _ _ 1VTEW STYLE BERAGES and GRENA DINES.— French Lawns. Jaconetts and Ginghams White, green, blue and corn col d. Fr. Mouslins in pcs. Black Silk Lace White, black, green, blue, and tan Silk Fringes If) pcs. Dotted Swiss Muslins Book. Mull and Nansook do Cambric and Swiss Bands French worked Collars and Undersleeves Cambric, Swiss. Bobbin, '1 bread, Lisle and \ a lencenes Edgings. Black Silk Mitts in great va riety, Kid, Lisle Thread and Beaver Gloves. 10 pcs. Super Black Gro de Rhine Silks, white, black, lead, and brown Cotton Hose, in variety; Parasols, Umbrellas, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Car petings, Rugs, Ac.. Ac., received anil for sale by je 24 _TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. Hosiery and gloves.—harper a McVEIGH oiler for sale a large and gen eral assortment of Ladies, Gents, and Misses Hosiery and Gloves. Ladies white, mixed, bro. and blk. Cotton Hose do do do do do Lambs wool do Misses do do do do Cotton do do do do Fancy and Lambs wool do Boys do do do _ Cotton Half Hose Gents do do bro. do do do do (ients white, col d., and blk. Kid Gloves, very superior > do do do do Silk do do <ln <ln do Thread and Cotton do Ladies and Misses Kid. Silk, Cotton and Thread Gloves, in great variety Ladies and Misses Black Silk Mitts and Gloves, just received, and lor sale, at the Notion House ot my 10 HARPER & McVEIGH. SELLING OFF SUMMER GOODS, at great ly reduced prices— Berages, Barage I)e Laine, Lawns Figured Muslins, all at cost. Drillings, Cottonades, Summer Cloths Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Cambric Dimity; French Worked Collars, Chimazettes; all will be sold under former prices. Call, as bargains shall be had. je 26 WM. N. BERKLEY^ Ashby. Herbert a co., would call the especial attention of their friends from the country and the public generally, to their large and splendid assortment of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, which they will sell at a small profit to punctual customers, and very low for co»n. Purchasers in town or country will find it to their interest to examine their stock before they buy. _ ap ‘^6 BARGAINS IN SILKS, Ac.—G. K. WIT HER BRO., have in store a large lot of pretty and desirable Summer Silks, which they are now offering at 50 cents per yard. Also, many other Goods at a similar reduction of pri ces, to which the attention of the ladies is invi ted. __ More seasonable dry goods — TAYLOR $ HUTCH ISON, are now re ceiving a beautiful assortment of DRY GOODS, suited to the season, which will be sold at very reduced prices. je 24 DEl'tiS, CHEMICALS, Ac. I'lRESH DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac. ^ Refined Castor Oil; Olive Oil Sulphate Quinine; Acetate Potash Iodide Potash; Sulphate Morphia Granville’s Lotions Precipitated Carbonate Iron Strychnine; Citrate iron Carb. Magnesia; Carb. Potash India Cholagogue McLane’s Liver Pills and Worm Syrup; Coba* via; Capsules; Citrate Magnesia; Corn Plaster; Oil Lemon. Soap Powder; Congress Water; Mace; Cloves; Cinnamon; Hoffman’s Anodyne, Iron by llvdrogen; Aqua Ammonia; Lunar Caustic; Sub Nit. Bismuth; Lancet Cases; Oiled Silk; Trusses; Magnetic Machines; Alcohol; Linseed Oil, Ac., in store and for sale by J. LEADBKATER. Stablers old stand je 27 Fairfax st. I1RESH DRUGS, Ac.—Sweet Oil, best Bor ' deaux and Marseilles; Pulverized Peruvian Bark, best red and yellow; strong Acetic Acid, Pulverized Rhubarb. Sorotrine Aloes, Ipecac. LunarCaustic,Extract Colocynth,Compound Co balt, Citric Acid, Blue Mass, Quicksilver, Vir ginia Snake Root, African Ginger. Pure Ground Black Pepcr, White (Rue, Chloride Lime, Adhe sive Plaster, Ground Cinamon. Ground Flaxseed. UnnRnllo Xp inst revived, and tor sale bv J. R. PIER POINT, S. K cor.ot je 27 King and Wash-sts. I^RESH DRUGS, Ac.— ^ Bonnet Glue; Herb Sage Herb Life everlasting; Prepard Calamus Calcutta Race Ginger; Arsenic Powd. Ipecacuanha; Adhesive Plaster Cuttle Fish Bones; Bermuda Arrow Root. Just received, and for sale by JAS. ENTWISLE, Jr.. Apothecary, je 20 opp. Sarepta Hall. BLACKBERRY CORDIAL, for summer com plaint in children, a full supply just manu factured, and for sale by JAMES ENTWISLE Jr , je 2S Apothecary, opposite Sarepta Hall. COPAL VARNISH, No. 1 A 2.—Furniture do, best; Coach-body do.; Japan do, best quality, received and for sale at low prices, by PEEL A STEVENS, je 27—3t Wholesale Druggists. SEGARS1 SEGARS!!—Just received a tine selection of superior brands, by R. H. STABLER, N. W. cor. of King and Washington-streets. Sign of the Golden Bottle. je 24 SOAP POWDER.—A full supply of this invaluable substitute for hard Soap in wash ing clothes, thereby saving much labor, time, and wear of clothes, just received, by je 24 JOHN A. MILBI RN. Apothecary. LINSEED OIL. warranted pure.just received, and for sale by J. R. PIERPOINT. S.E. cor. of je 2S King and Wash-sts. Ij^RESH supplies L'nseed Oil and Lewis s ^ Philadelphia Lead, just received, and for sale by MORTON A CO., je 24 Wholesale Druggists. ITT'HITE LEAD.—SO kegs Lewis's pure \\ and extra White Lead, just received, and for sale by H. COOK A CO., je 26 Sarepta Hall. LARD OIL.—;> bbls. Lard Oil. just received, and for sale by H. COOK A CO., je 23 Sarepta Hall. Hydro electric voltaic chains, ! afresh supply, just received, and lor sale by [je 26] H. COOK A CO . Sarepta Hall CONGRESS WATER, a fresh supply, re ceived and lor sale by je 24 H. COOK A CO., Sarepta Hall, j ?1HE SUBSCRIBER having purchased the entire stock of MARBLE, belonging to 11. Neale, is prepared to furnish the citizens ot Alexandria and adjoining counties, with HEAD and FOOT STONES. Also, MONUMENTS and TOMBS, of the best American and Italian Marble. They will be fonvarded to any part of this or adjoining counties. Ail orders punc tually attended to. THOMAS LANG, jy 2(£—eoly Alexandria, Va. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. § Martin s equation tables,design ed to furnish merchants, manufacturers, and business men with an accurate set of Cal culations of Averaging Accounts, and enabl ing the Book-keeper to perform with great facility and despatch, what has hitherto been a tedious process in the science of Equations, by George W. Martin, Practical Accountant, price *1 50. EUis' Medical Formulary, tenth edition, en larged and revised to 1854. *>'1 <5. The Virginia Springs, comprising an account of all the principal Mineral Springs of \ lrginia, with remarks on the nature ami medicinal prop erties of each, by John J. Moorman. M. D • for many years a resident physician at the VV bite Sulphur Springs, second edition, greatly enlarg ed. with maps and plates, and the routes and distances to the various Springs, and an Appen dix, containing an account ol the Natural Curi osities of Virginia, #1. Guide to the Hot Sjtrings. Bath County, V a., by Thomas Goode, M. 1).. 12$ cts. Williams' Traveller's Guide, containing all the Railroad and Stage routes in the United States, with an elegant new Map of the United States, all brought down to the present time. 75 cts. Talcs of Old Times, translated from the Ger man of Gustav Nieutz, by Edwin and 31 ary L. Emerson, 02 cts. iguarlcs' Emblems.—Emblems, Divine and 3Ior al, by Francis Quarles, with numerous illustra tions. 75 cts. The Turkish Empire. its history, political and religious condition, its manners and customs, with a biographical sketch ol the Sultan, Omer Pacha, the Viceroy of Egypt, and members ot the Turkish Cabinet, by Edward Joy 3Ioriis, late Charge d Aflaires at Naples, with portraits; in paper, 50 cts.: bound 75 cts. Just published, and lor sale by jje2U] ROBERI BELL. GUIDES TO THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS. I" The Virginia Springs, comprising an ac count of all the Mineral Springs of Virginia, by John J. NIoorman, M. D., 2d edition, with maps and plates, and the routes and distances to the various springs, price $1. Guide to the Hot Springs, Bath County, Va., by Thomas Goode, M. D., 12$ cts. The Virginia Mineral Springs, with remarks on their use. the diseases to which they are ap plicable. be., by Wm. Burke, 31. D., new edition, improved and enlarged. $l 25. The White Sulphur Papers, or Life at the C 1.* Vf i.L Dmi/ii I 1 ')rri< i I I ugiuia, I'JI V * -j-j cloth, 25 cts. For sale by JAS. ENTWISLE A SON. je jo No. 2, Exchange Block. 1 PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES, by Mariano Edward Reviro. and John James \on Tschudi. translated into English, Irom the ori ginal Spanish, by Francis L. Hawks, LL. D., new edition, price $1. The Course of Time, by Robert Pollock, with notes, ^c.. by James R. Boyd, with plates, $1. Just published, by A. S. Barnes & Co., and tor sale, by [je 24] ROBERT BELL FANCY ARTICLES, Ac. Musical instruments and jew elry.—On hand, an assortment of cele brated PIANOS, Irom four different manufacto ries ol the highest estimation, of which pur chasers may take the advantage ot satislying their own tastes; sold at manufacturer s prices, and warranted. Also, an extensive assortment of VIOLINS, amongst them some old rarities, viz: Cremona, Guarnerius, and Andre Steiner; Melodeons, of the last improved styles—Guitars, Flutes, Fifes, Clarionets, and Accordeons, of every size. Also, a large assortment of the new style JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND CLOCKS WATCHES carefully repaired and warranted. RASCHE & PFLUEGKR, sep 3 opposite Sarepta Hall. King-** Paper and curtain hangings.— The subscriber has on hand a large and complete assortment of Gilt and Ornamental hall, ceilingand parlor PAPERS and BORDERS, (iilt and Transparent WINDOW CURTAINS, green SLAT BLINDS. BUFF HOLLAND, all widths. CORDS. TASSELS, and SHADE FIX TURES, at prices which will not fail to please. C. C. BERRY, Dealer in Fancy je 19 and Variety Goods. SOAPS.—Thompson's unrivalled Transparent. Low's Brown Windsor and Honey, Crystal ine Ball, Lily, Yankee and Military Soaps, lor Toilet and S aving purposes, just received and for sale cheap, bv je 20 H. B. WHITTINGTON & CO. rilHE GREAT PIANO AND MUSIC ES 1 T A BLISH M EN T.—HORACE WA TERS, 'M3 Broadway. New York.—THE BEST AND MOST IMPROVED PIANOS AND MELO DEONS. T. Gilbert ^ Co'* World * Fair Premi um Piano*, with or without the JEolean, and with iron frame* and tirevlar tniles. The merit ol these instrumenss is too well known to need further commendation. Gilbert's Boudoir Pia nos, an elegant instrument lor small rooms.— HALLETT CUMSTON S PIANOS, of the old established firm of Hallet iV Co. Mr. W. being sole agent lor all the above Pianos, can offer them lower than any other house. HORACE WATERS’ PIANOS, manufactured expressly lor him, having great power ol tone and elasticity of touch. 333 Broadway is the largest depot for Musical Instruments in this country, afford ing an opportunity for selections not to he had elsewhere. Second-hand PIANOS at great bar gains. Price* irom $00 to $175. Every instru ment fully warranted or the money refunded. M KLOD EO N S.—GOODMAN BALD WIN'S P A T E N T () R G A N M E L O I) E 0 N S, with two banks of keys—a »vveet and powerful instrument. Prices Irom $75 to $2U<). S. D. A H. W. SMITH'S celebrated .>1 KlAJ.Dr.UiNi>, iviAit11o mirivaiieu oil TARS. BROWN'S HARRS, FLUTIN'AS, VI OLINS. BRASS INSTRUMENTS, \c., &c. Dealers supplied with RIANOSAND MELO DEONS at factory prices. 12} p cent discount to Clergymen. MUSI C.—This list comprises the pro ducts of the great masters of both the Amer ican and European continents, and is rr ceiving constant additions by an extensive publication of the choice and popular pieces of the day. D E A L E U S I N M U S 1 C, and Teachers of Seminaries wishing to pur chase any music published, or make arrange ments for continued supplies of Mr. Water's new issues, will find it to their interest to call or forward their orders. MUSIC sent to any part of the Union or Can adas. postage free. HORACE WATERS. New York, ap 3—d3in HATS, cars. FURS, &c.—Fall Supply.— The subscriber lias opened at his store and manufactory, on Fairfax street. No. 2, south of King, a very extensive and excellent ssort ment of HATS. CARS, &c.. of every variety, and at all prices, to which he invites the attention of his friends and the public. He lias on hand a. few of those beautiful Hats which received the premium at the State Fair. To the ladies he offers the largest and hand somest assortment of FURS, of all descriptions, which he has ever had the pleasure of showing. Among them will be found articles to suit every taste. He invites all to call and examine his goods before making their purchases. By means of his^Ready Fitter. " imported from France, for taking the shape of the head, he can guarantee a perfect fit to all gentlemen who mav order their hats of him. y The highest price paid lor all kinds of ship ping fore. [dec 7] JOHN HOWELL. M MOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE—I will sell at private sale the HOUSE and LOT on Union, between King and Prince streets, occupied as a sloie and dwelling lor twenty years past. The lot is bounded on the north and west by a twenty leet alley, and can be so altered as to make a fine store house lor the railroad trade. The cars pass immediately in front of this property. For terms, Ate., apply to SAMUEL J. McCORMICK, or jy 29—eotf RUDOLPH MASSEY. ** VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE JlHiJLAND LOTS AT PRIVATE SALE.— The property belonging to Mr. George Kephart, on Duke street, advertised for auction yesterday, not having been disposed of, is now' for private sale, with several other LOTS. Terms liberal, and made known by applica tion lo GEORGE WHITE, dec 20—eotf TOBACCO, HEGARS, Ac., Ac._. rpOBACCO, SEGARS, S N U E F, &c., at | Wholesale.— • «j?i butts lb. Lump Tobacco, of the most pop ular brands 185 butts 5's and fc's Lump 325 boxes i lb m 98 drums Coff'roth’s Anti nervous Fig Tobacco 40 boxes Rock Candy lobacco 87.000 superior imported Segars 68.000 Uiohonda Havana Segars 96,01)0 La Diadem and La Invacion do do sr.’ouo LaGallodad de Lopez do do 48.imm) Lastras Marias do do 125.000 of other brands, medium quality 111.000 Cuba and Spanish Sixes, &c.. &c. Merchants are particularly invited to examine my stock. Having tor many years directed my undivided attention to the sale and manutactur in* of TOBACCO and SEGARS. 1 flatter myself that 1 can and will make it to the interest ot the trade generally, to give me their patronage. I promise to be satisfied with moderate advances, and to do l'ully as well as can he -done in Balti more or elsewhere. Call and givi* house a trial. GEO. R. COFFROTH, South side King st.; between Fairfax & Water, mh 1 ____._ SEGARS, CHEWING TOBACCO, AND SNUFFS, OF THE VERY FINEST QUALITY.—The subscriber, at hi* old statu/, North East corner of King and Fairfax streets, (sio.n of the Indian Chief, tcith a Stgar in his ■month.) has on hand, and constantly keeps, arti cles of the very finest quality, in his line; also, medium and low priced Goods. And lie flatters himself, that an experience of upwards of 30 consecutive years at his business, renders his judgment in his line, ‘'some.” If you want good Segars, Chewing Tobacco, Snuffs, &c., at fair prices, call at the sign o! the Indian Chief, N. E. coiner of King and Fairfax sts. [sep 26] CHARLES P. SHAW, rpOBACCO.—30 boxes Irwin's sup. half lb 1 lump Tobacco 7 boxes Bonn's Anti-Nervous F'ig Twist Tobacco 20 do No. 1 S's lump Tobacco 10 do (Wm. C. Dawson’s) No. 1 5's lump Tobacco 30 bales Cuba Leaf do 3 cases superior Ohio Seed Leaf do Together with every article in the TOBACCO LINE, for sale low', by I. BUCKINGHAM At SON, nov 7 cor. Prince and Cnion sts. WILLIAM A. HART. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Segars. Tobacco. $c. rilHE SUBSCRIBER has removed his Store £ from King to Fairfax street, next door to Dr. Ixadbeaters Drug Store, the oil stand of Stabler fy Bro., and he can with confidence say, that his stock is larger and better than it has ever been; indeed, the quality ot his SEGARS AND TO BACCO is as good as ever was in this market, and he pledges himself to sell them as low as can be bought in any market, the price and quality considered. ap 29 rilOBACCO. SEGARS. SNUFF, &c—The I undersigned having on hand a superior stock of SUGARS. TOBACCO and SNUFFS. calculated to gratify the tastes and notions of all those that make use of the article in any manner, respectfully invites his friends and the public generally, to call at bis store on King street, between St. Asaph and Washington sts. and purchase an article to their entire satisfac tion. and on the most reasonable terms. dftc23-<l6ip JOHN W. SIMPSON. JUST RECEIVED—Extra fine CHEWING TOBACCO, of the following brands:— California Gold Bar Ne Plus Ultra Honey Dew’ Prize Medal Brands, by WILLIAM A. HART, je 3 Fairfax st., between King Ac Prince. BE attentive while yon read, something about the precious weed.—Cherry ripe premium TOBACCO, direct from the Crystal Palace.— Also. Fig, Anti-Nervous, and Rock Candy TO BACCO, with a prime lot of Havana and Prin cipe Segars, just received and for sale by dec 29—dfim JOHN W. SIMPSON. HENRY’S INVIGORATING CORDIAL. PURELY VEGETABLE IN ITS COM POSITION—This invaluable CORDIAL, is extracted from Herbs and Roots, which have been found after years of experience, by the most skilful Physicians, to be possessed of qualities most beneficial in the diseases lor which it is re commended. and hence whilst it is presented to the public, as an eificacious remedy, it is also known to be of that character on which reliance may be placed as to its satety. In cases ol Im |)otency,Hemorrhages. Disordered Sterlity, Mens truation, or Suppression ot the Menses, Huor AI bus or for D E B I L I T Y arising from any cause, such as weakness from sickness, where the patient has been confined to bed lor some time, for Females after Confinement, Abor tion or Miscarriage, this Cordial cannot be ex celled in its salutary effects: or in loss of Muscu lar Energy, Irritability, Physical Prostration, Seminal Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart. In digestion, Sluggishness. Decay of the Procreative Functions, Nervousness, Ate., where a TONIC MEDICINE is required, it will be found equal, if not superior to any Compound ever used. TO FEMALES.—HENRY’S INVIGORA TING CORDIAL, is one of the most invaluable MEDICINES in the many complaints to which Females are subject. It as>ist» nature to brace the whole system, checks excesses, and creates renewed health and happiness. Less suffering, disease and unhappiness among Ladies would exist, were they generally to adopt the use of this COR DIAL. Ladies who are debilitated bv those ✓ diseases which females are liable to. are restoi cd by the use of a bottle or two, to bloom and to ▼igor. YOUNG MEN.—Those diseases so fatal to the existence of man. (and it is the young who are most apt to become victims, from an ignorance of the danger to which they subject themselves.) cause N E K YOU S DEBILITY, Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay. Many of you may now be suffering* mi>led a* to the cause or source of disease. To those, then who by excess have brought on themselves any diseases creating Nervous Affections, or any other consequences of unrestrained indulgences, lessening both mental ami bodily capacity, ‘Hold! HENRY’S INVIGORATING COR DIAL. a Medicine that is purely Vegeta ble. will aid nature to restore those imjior tant (unctions to a healthy state, and will j prove of service to you. It possesses rare vir tues, is a general remover of diseases, and strengthener of the system: as a TONIC MEDI CINE. it is unsurpassed. We do not place this CORDIAL on a footing with quack medicines, and. as is customary, append a long list of Re commendations. Certificates. Ate., beginning with “Hear what the Preacher says.” and such like; it is not necessary, for “HENRY’S INVIGORA TING CORDIAL. ‘ only needs a trial to prove : that it will accomplish all we say. THE GENUINE “HENRY S JNVIGORA-’ TING CORDIAL,” is put up in SozPaunel Bot tles. and is easily recognized by the Manufactu rer's signature on the label of each Bottle, (to counterfeit which is forgery ) ID* Sold ldr $2 p Bottle; Six for #8; $IG ^ j dozen. ID* Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3 j Franklin Row. Vine Street, below Eighth. Phi I a- 1 dclphia, Pa., to whom all orders must be ad dressed. For sale by PEEL Ac STEVENS, Wholesale Agents lor the State of Virginia, to w'hom orders from the State must be addressed. 1 ID' A liberal discount made to the trade and dealers. For sale also by W. H. GILMAN, Washington City, D. C. jan 2l—dly rpHE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY, [ I Manufacturers op GUN POWDER—; Continue to furnish Gun Powder of all their, w'ell known brands, viz:—“Kentucky Rifle,” “Sea Shooti.no.” “American* Spouting,” “Is- I dlan Rifle,” “Electric,” “Duck Shooting,” j in kegs, half and quarter kegs, and canisters of one pound each. Also, a full assortment of POWDER for BLASTING, and MINING pur poses, and for EX PORT. The reputationof their GUN POWDER is too well known \o require comment. For sale by the principal dealers in i this place, and at the office of the Company, $9 ; < Wall St, N. Y. City. A. G. HAZARD, Pr*»t. 1 A. K. Douglass, Sec y. N. V., ap G—ilJm BOOT* AMD *HOK*._ SHOE STORE.—To my customers, and to the public generally, I return my grateful thanks lor a liberal share of their patronage during the last tew years, and by endeavoring to keep on hand everything within my line of business, I hope to merit a continuance of their favors. My stock of GOODS consists in part, as follows: LADIES WEAR. Whole and half Gaiters, black Do do do fancy colored Morocco and Kid Buskins and Slippers Do Seal Walking Shoe*. MISSES, AND CHILDRENS WEAR. Black Morocco Boots and Slippers Fancy Gaiters Bronze and light-colored Slippers and Buskins GENTLEMENS WEAR. French calf skin stitched and pegged Boots Gaiters, Monroes, Jetfersons, and Slippers. Together with all other varieties and qualities of work worn by gentlemen. BOYS AND YOUTHS' Boots and Shoes, warranted to give satisfaction, and on as liberal terms, (quality considered.) as in any other house in town. Come and examine for yourselves. oct *7 RICHARD Y. CROSS. HENRY L. SIMPSON, (Royal street, third store from Kins' street,) would respectfully call the attention of his friends of the Town and Country to his very extensive stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, suitable for the present and ap proaching season; which, as usual, he oilers lor sale at fair living prices. His stock consists in part of the following very seasonable articles, viz: Ladies Morocco and Seal Walking Shoes “ “ Slippers 14 Gaiters “ Boots (morocco and seal) Misses and Children's Boots and Shoes Gentlemen's Calf, Kipp, and Buff Boots u u u u Shoes Boys “ and Kipp Boots M “ 44 Shoes Youths 14 and Kipp Boots u “ w Shoes Men's thick Boots and Brogans, No. 1, for farm ing and similar pur|>oses, and in short, every ar ticle usually found in a well-stocked Boot and Shoe establishment. N. B.—I should be most happy to receipt the bills which I have rendered to my friends if they would only give me an opportunity. (1 hope 1 an understood.) oct 4—»tt ^ 1WTOTICE.—BOOTS and SHOES— The sub scriber would most respectfully invite the attention of his friends and the public generally, to hisstock of BOOTS and SHOES, comprising in part as follows, to wit: LADIES’ WEAR. Gaiters, black, brown, tan. pearl, and other laucy colors. Black Morocco Boots and Budkins Parodi Boots, Slippers, and French Ties Bronze and tan colored Boots and Parodis MISSES WEAR. Black, brown, and pearl colored Gaiters Black and Bronze Parodi Boots and 1 *es Buskins and Slippers Substantial Goat Boots A variety of children s Shoes, of various color* and patterns GENTLEMEN S and YOUTH S WEAR. Calf, Sewed and Pegged Boots Detached and Congress Gaiters Oxford Ties, Monroes, and Slippers, of various qualities. Together with many other articles usually found in a well appointed Shoe store. All kinds of work made to order, and warrant ed to please, and on as easy terms as any house in this city. R. E. BUCHANAN, mb 9—tf _ King-st. ATTENTION ALL.—The undersigned —art respectfully calls the attention of the citi zens of Alexandria, and others visiting the city, to their largeassortment of BOOTS AN D SHOES, AND GAITERS, AND MISSES AND CHIL DREN SHOES, which they otter on terms as reasonable as at any other establisnment in the city. As most of their work is made under their immediate superintendence, they can warrant it for durability. X. B.—We would most respectfully call the attention of the public to our fall stock of work, which is very large, such as KIP and COARSE BOOTS AND SHOES, w hich we are determined to sell low for cash. AH orders for work will receive the *trictes attention. JOHN L. SMITH k SON, Fairfax street, sep fv—tf -I doors' north of King street FIRF INSIRANCE KOT1C KS. rilHE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF f ALEXANDRIA, continues to insure against Fire, generally, in Town and Country, as hereto fore. on the most reasonable terms. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Anthony P. Govkr. President. William Fowle, '1 homas Keith, Dwight Metcalf, William H. Fowle, Hugh Smith, John H. Brent, William Gregory, John B. Daingerfield, Robert Jamie>ou, Edward S. Hough. Hugh C. Smith, k Office hours from 9 to 1 j. and from 2$ to 3} o’clock. C. W. WATTLES, Secretary. ¥ Office on King street, near St. Asaph, nov 10—illy POTOMAC INSURANCE COMPANY OF ALEXANDRIA — Samuel Miller, President. Directors. Wm. N. McVeigh, J. F. Dyer, G. I). Fowle, I^wis McKenzie, J. A. English, Thomas Davy. 'Phis Company is prepared to receive otters for 4 L. I 1.41 U It iiirnj uuv^. v 'iiiiv iia *..o'* •• r> between Pitt and Royal »ti♦*♦*!«. dec 8—tf JOSEPH EACHES. Secretary. SOUTHERN PROTECTION INSURANCE ('O Alkxaxdbia, Va. Board or Dirkctuhh. H. W. Thomas; President. W. I). Mashky, Treasurer. Chas E. Stuart, Edward Sangster, S. S. Masters. Christopher Neale, Sholto T. Stuart, Basil Brawner, W. T. Harper. Henry Pruyne, Henry Shackelford; T. T. Hill. THIS COMPANY will make Insuranceeithe on the cash or mutual plan, and for |*enod> of three years, or less, under any one jiolicy. ji/fpluuhonu for Insurances w ill be received at the office of the Company, on Washington street, in rear of I)r. Stabler s Drug Store. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. M.. and from 1$ tor, P.M. JAMES T. CLOSE, ‘ my 23—tf Secretary LUMBER yards. B. WATXBS. n. Z1.MMKB.MAN'. T. A. WATR** WATERS, ZIMMERMAN it CO., Extensive dealers in Lumber. Shingles, Laths. &c., on the w harf, foot of Camerasi rtyeet, are constantly in the receipt of Building Manuals, from the States of North Carolina, Pennsylvania, N. York, Maine, and the British Provinces, which they offer for sale on accommodating term*. Their arrangements w ith manufacturers enable them to supply particular bills o! \\ hite, Spruce, and Yellow Pine, at the shortest notice, mh I—tf _ LUMBER YARD.—The subscriber having rented the yard, recently occupied by Messrs. James Green & Son, between Duke, and Wolfe streets, has, and will keep on hand, a general as sortment of the different kinds of LUMBER, viz: Eastern White Pine, Spruce and Hemlock, dilier ?nt kinds of Susquehanna, Eastern Shore, and Carolina Scantling and Boards, well seasoned. Also, Shingles, Laths, Nails, Lime, Plaister, ( e mepf, and all other articles found in Lumber Yards. Persons wishing a good article, w ill find it to their interest to give rue a call before pur chasing eLew’here. ... kk%** oct 7—dtf JOSEPH MASTER* LUMBER YARD.—We take this method of informing our customers, that we Iftve con nected our LUMBER BUSINESS with the CAB fNET MANUFACTORY, where we-.afe prc pared to furnish every description, of Cumber usually found in the mo»t extensive Lumber Yards. . . . . m Also, Lime,Hydraulic Cement, Calcined Plan** ter, Laths. Shingles, Bailings, Nails of sizes, he., be* which w*e will seir low lor cask7or # the usual time to punctual customers, jao l JAMES GREEN * SON.