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FRIDAY MORNING*OCTOBER n. 18T»4. HON. 1U FI’S OHOATR At the dedication of the Peabody Institute, : in Danvers, Mass., Sept. —.Hh, the lion, Ku- | fas Choate delivered an oration, which was published hast week in the Boston papers.-— j As it was expected that the effort of the ! great orator would be a purely literary one, an immense concourse from Boston and the surrounding neighborhood flocked to hear him. The address is just such as we would expect from the man—teeming with bold and original thoughts, that indicate a perfect fa- • miliaritv with the subject and the ability ' to exhaust it; and interspersed with occasion al outbursts of true eloquence—such a< give the orator, for the time at least, imperial sway over the mind. The following extracts ] are all that we have space for at present.— Ths subject of the address is “Mental Pul- ; ture.;> “It is quite common to say, and much more common to think, without saving it aloud, that mental culture and learning, above the elements, may well claim a high place as luxuries and un indulgence, and even a grand utility, for those w!it»>e condi tion allows them a lifetime for such luxury and such indulgence, and the appropriation of such a good; hut that for labor—properly so called—they can do little, even if labor could pause to acquire them. Not so. has the founder of this charity reasoned: nor so will you. lie would say, and so do 1, seek for mental power, and the utmost practicable love and measure of knowledge, exactly be cause they will do so much f<>r labor: first ; > inform and direct its exertions; sec -udlv to refine and adorn it, and disengage it from too absolute an immersion in matter, an t i bring it into relation to the region of idea.-, and spirituality, and abstraction; and thirdly, to soothe its fatigues, and deceive its bur thaiiA. and com nose its discontent. On each » of these three uses of culture aud learning, let me say a word in order. Consider, first, hovr much they can do merely to inform, invigorate and direct iahur * in its actual exertions. Take the matter on i a large scale, somewhat, fake our whole » New England. 1 need not tell you that labor, manual and literal, is the condition—l will . not say of our greatness but of our being.— 'What were New England without it? Ey- ; ing way up under the North Star: our win ters long and cold; our spring trembling and capricious: our sky ungenial; our coast iron bound; our soil not over productive, bv aid of all our science, of the hardier and commoner ; grains and grasses; baren, almost, of the ; great staples of commerce which adorn and ! enrich the wheat fields of the central regions j —the ocean prairies of the West—the rieo grounds and sugar and cotton plantations of the South; our area small; our numbers few; our earlier occupations of navigation and fishing divided with us bv a whole world, un til just now at peace—what is there for us but labor—lab^r imp)'<>hus t mmti ruums-— j that daresall things and conquer* nli things? What else—what but the vast and various j industry of intellectual civilization, the whole i family of robust and manly arts—affording . occupation to everybody, every moment ot j working time; occupation to every tante and talent and faculty, that which it likes best, which it can do easiest, and which improves it most; occupation for strong and weak, bright and dull, young and old. and both the sexes —that shall, with more than magnetic eth cacy and certainty, seize, develop, discipline | and perfect every capacity, the whole ditlu sivc mass of ability, gathering up the frag ments of mind and time, so that nothing be lost—what but this is it, by which wo shall | grow great in material greatness: by which we shall vanquish the antagonist powers of nature, and build the palace of a commodi ous and conspicuous national life, over against those granite mountains, and tbi:* j unfruitful sea? Is it not this which is to bo to us in place of mines; of pearls; of vine yards: of enamelled prairies; of wheat fields and the tea plant; of rich grounds and sugar, j Why, think how much is involved in a more increased power ot mind, llow \a*t an agency that is! There is not an occupa tion in civilized life—trow the making ot laws and poems, and achromatic telescopes, j and the machinery ot cotton and wooien , mills, down to the starting a bad rock out ot J the -highway—that is not done better by a bright man, than a dull man, not being above his business: by a quick than a slow j man; by an instructed man than by a simple j man; by a prudent, thoughtful, and careful man, than by a light, heedless, and loolish one. Every one of the occupations—in other words, the universal labor of civilization, do- ! mands—is—nothing in the world but a men tal effort, putting forth a physical effort, and you but only go to tho fountain head, as you ought to do, when you seek by an improved culture and a better knowledge to give force and power to the imperial capacity behind, and set a thoughtful and prudent spirit to urge and guide it. Tou say, you see. that you bestow a new power on man, when you give him an improved machine. ^ But do you not bestow a far more available gift, when you communicate to him an improvement ot that mental and moral nature which invents, improves and uses—profitably or unprofita bly_all machines? In one case you gi\e him a definite and unlimited amount ot coin ed money; in the other a miue of gold or silver from which treasuries may be replenished. Nav what avails tne impruveu uiai-muc ^ the*untaught mind? Put a forty feet teles cope, with its mirror of four feet in diameter, into the hands of a savage, whether ot civil ised or barbarous life, aiul he sees about us much as our childreu see through a glass prism—gaudy outlines—purple, orange and green, crossing and blending—on ever' thing. Let the exercised reason of llerschell hit that tube from the Cape of Hope iuto the Sou thern sky—aud the architecture not made with hands, burning with all its lamps ot heaven, ascends before him— “Glory beyond all glory ever seen By waking sense or by the dreaming soul;v firmaments of fixed stars; of which all the star* in our heaven—all the stars our eyes take in, form but one firmament—one con stellation only of a universe ot constellations senarated by unsounded abysses, yet fcolden together by* invisible bands, and moviug to other perhaps about some centre, to which the unimprisuned soul may m some stage u being ascend, but which earthly science .hall vanish away without discerning._ M F PADGETT, is still at his old stand. ~Nb. 141. King street, where there is to he found a large assortment ot HARNEY ) ^ every description and quality. Also, £AI DLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS. SPURS, Ac., Ac. A general assortment ot TRUNKS, of all kinds and prices. Wolf and Buf falo SLEIGH ROBES, SADDLE and HORSE COVERS, aad every article usually to be found in a $4pni»a*T Establishment, to which I invite my customers and the public, to call and exam ins bdfrU purchasing. «—d 1 m •fSMPLOYMENT WANTED by a good Ac K eousTAXT every evening from 7 to i<>o JtA either in Book Keeping, or writing of any S»A Apply »t this office _ sep U-dnm ThlG IRON.—500 tons Pig Iron. Antliraci'e, 1 and 2, lrom Georgetown Furnaces, •e^V^ Howard & rgcg:. _ If) DOZEN FEATHER DUSTERS *™ 12 mmm « a * SPALDING & ROGERS’ Two Oirouseat CONSOLIDATING THEIR CRUS BRAIRD FLOATING PALACE CIRCUS! From their Palatial Aquatic Araphi. theatre, on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, and their JVorth American Circus! i So favorably known in the North and East, into ONE MONSTER CONCERN With tiie Two Companies, com prising respectively the most distin guished Northern and Southern Per former*. IN FRIENDLY STRIFE! Daily, in tiie same King, in presence | of the audience. with Two Sets of Performers! TWO SETS UE CL'jWXS! FIVE CLOWNS IN THE RING! j TWO 9LT9 Or RING 110R9K9! A Complete Dramatic Corps! Eantomnnc Ertry Afternoon'. PUTNAM, EVERY NIGHT! NED KENDALL, the Bugler! KENDALL S BRASS BAND1 CHOATES STM Mi BAXD' ! A Triumphal Procevnon through the principal streets. about 10 o clock a m at every place oi Exhibition, ot trie Bands, in tiie Grand Elorai Car of Statuette*, Drawn by 10 Horse*! Driven by one man; and everything t!>c. m and about the Establishment, upon the same elaborate and magm Dceut scale, with BIEL LAKE, the Great New Orleans Clown; H. Magilton, the Wonderful Man Monkey; M ile AGNES, the Cele brated Creole Gymnast; Walter j Aimak, the Peerless Bareback Ri der. C. J Rogers, the distinguished 1 S eme Equestrian ; Master Clar- j v.nck. the Young Equestrian Hero; Mr- Ormond, the Beautiful Scenic E juestriei lie : Mrs. Lark, the intre p.d Horsewoman; the famous Mot ley Brothers; H Maginty. the renowned Yoltigeur: Monsieur I.a Thorn, the Modem Hercules; Prof Baldwin, the English Wizard; W Kinkapr. ti.e Versatile Equestrian, H. Durand, the Skillful Gymnast: Kokekt White, tiie accomplished j Maitre: W. J. Pall, the tamou* Jehu; C Brown. J. Ry vn. \Y. Con- j nor. Ac., Ac., will be exhibited at p. m . and 7j p m., AFTERNOON AND NIGHT! i At Alrxaudrlu. .Tlomluy, October lGtb. ADMISSION— BOXES 50 cents. PITT 25 CENTS Children and Servants, hall price to Boxes ONLY. OCt 1' —d*>t raiAKE NOTICE.—NEW GOODS JUST | RECEIVED.—i\ H'. BROIVXIXG. Mer 4hunt TuJi-r. under the United States Hotel, would respectfuliy inform his customers and tne public generally, that he has just received N EW F ALL AN D WINTER GOODS, in j great variety. Such as ( lotus. Cassimkres, and i Vestinus. of the latest importation, and is pre- j pared to have them made up at the shortest no tice. in the most fashionable manner, and at low rates of prices. Having made arrangements to go into the -READY-MADE CLOTHING BUSINESS’ ! extensively thi> season, ne feels confident that he can offer to those wishing to purchase, a stock of j CLOTHING, not inferior to any in this city, j mid not made up at the North, as is usually the case with work sold her-**; but cut in his own establishment, and made by our own needy citi- i /.♦•us m tins dull season, a* low rates oi prices. He is enabled, therefore, to compete with North ern work in point oi prices; and as to quality and stvb\ fie will leave for those who ia'or him ( with a call to judge. He can sell whole Miifs. COA 1. PAN I S. and VEST, at the following low rates ; Good suit tor business purposes, out ol cloth or j cassimere, for the small sum of.$15 ( Press and Frock Coat', from.$H* to Over coats of different styles, from. $12 to $2n i Black and fancy Pantaloons, from..$•'< 5o to $10 1 Silk and Velvet Vests, from.$- 5u to $10 i This stock of CLOTHING is of a supeiior | quality, and ha.' been made up since he received 1 the fid! and winter fashions H»* keeps constantly on hand a large assort ment Of’ FANCY ARTICLE.'—such as GLOVES,] CRAVATS. COLLARS. UMBRELLAS. &c. Sole agent tor the sale oi Scott s Report ol 1 Fashions in this city. j Washington, sep 22—dim (TAB!NET. CHAIR AND SOFA MANE- j FACTORY.—The subscriber has on hand j and will continue to manufacture, at his old j and well known establishment, corner of Aoig . nnef Golutnbus streets. the greatest variety of ixosk- | wood. Walnut, Mah«>uany. and common FUR- j NITURE. (Antique. French, and Modern , styles.) m the most lasiuonabic and durable manner. ] Among w hich are a \ariety of splendid Ma- j hogany. and Walnut Wardrobes. Bedsteads, br keais." Sofas, Extension Tables. Sofa Tables. 1 Sideboards. Pressing Tables. Enclosed. Twist, and Beaded Etackkes. with all other article* to correspond, of the first style and elegance. Superb Cottage Sets, with and without mar ble tops. Also. Gilt. Mahogany, and Walnut and Gilt Frame Mirrors, for parlor and other purposes. Feather and Spring Beds, Hair, Shuck, and Shuck and Cotton Mattkkssks. A:c.. all of which i he otters on the most favorable terms. In addi- j tiou, he has constantly on hand a great \auety i of common FURNITURE, at low prices. He ii _ . I I... i i. it iivtun. j respcciiuilv muirj ! j sivc tVkM'n kk Rooms. sep 2V—ii'in CHARLES KOONES. 1 ^\7 K \V W A TC i 1K S A ND J K W E L R V — Fine English Lever h atches ol the most ! insinonuhle stvles and l.mst ijua ities and by the niost celebrated makers, sucii as David 1 ayior, i ; Joseph Johnson. Moddcirt. Chadwick, Coojier. • and other line WATCHES, guarantied from the j manufacturers. Also. Mvi>s Lever and Lepines j ot every variety, from $25 To $2U0. Also. hue. plain, and lane v enamelled Jewelry, of e\ erv variet y; Mosaic Jewelry, suyh as | Breast Pins, Ear Rings. Bracelets, &c.; line ; 1 Gold, Stone. Blue. Green, Opal, Red. Pink, j and White Set Mosaics. Lava. Cameo, Con- j | cheillia and G O LD J E W EL L R V ; Gold ' Chains, Seals and Keys; ihimbles and Shields; i i Finger Rii ,«oub!e Mosaic and cniv od j ! Ear* Rings. Ear King 'Fops. Spoons. Forks, j Ladles. Coral Nursing lobe-. \c . with a.i t<ne : HOODS usually found in a Jewelry establish- | uient. New Jet Bracelets. Necklaces.. Breast Pins, j Ear Rings. Crosses, and every variety of jet or- | inaments, all of which will be sold at jho j lowest cash juices, by GEORGE Dl l FrA, j North King street, three doors above Fairfax. N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry repaired j at the shortest notice. sep 23—dlmo* i i rilHE NEBRASKA HOUSE, situated os I Kim. Street, (opposite the Manassas Cap ' Rail R<>ad Of far.) .tte.iandnu. la. ROM 7.$ '■ CO.. Pi opr a tors.—The subscribers having taken ; and lit ted up in the most approved style, the above house as a Restaurant, respectfully so j licit a jvortion of the public patronage. '1 hey are determined to spare no pains to make their ! house one of the most comfortable and enter- j | tabling to be tound in the city. 1 ne choicest : LlOCORS and S PC MRS. can always be had i at the Bar. and ail the DELICAC 1ES Ot FHh SEASON.—the very best the market can aiiord, —will be constantly on hand, ready at a mo ‘ nieot’s warning, to serve those who may ia j vor us. UF^Strangers passing througn our city, can t be waited on with despatch. OYSTERS IS Cjys.—Persons out of the citv, desirous of having Oysters, (a good arti- j cle,) forwarded to them, by Railroad or other- , wise, will do well to favor us with their orders, j which will be thankfully receiv ed and promptly . ■ attended ten__ oct t> d--m I ]1ENDALL MARBURV, Jttomey-at-Laic. at j Mlexandria. t a., vvill practice in lie Courts j oi Alexandria and the adjacent Counties of "V ir- j gima and Maryland. Uir^Olfice on Cameron street, opposite City i HoteL_sep 26—tf OUT UPON THE CHILLS.—Celebrated Fall Bitters, manufactured and sold by the subscriber, No. 25, King street, 37$ ets. p bottle, $4 f>0 p doaea, quart bottles. sep 16—tf JOSEPH GRIMES. tdT GIVE THEM A TRIAL—Mercenary j persons have in so many instances succeeded in ' foisting upon the community worthless prepara ions, claiming lor them great medical virtues, j. that a great many individuals reluse to take any diing not sanctioned by a physician. 1 his sanc tion has been bestowed upon SI ABLERS ANODYNE C HERRY EXPECTORANT and DlARRHlEA CORDIAL in more than live ini ml red instances. Indeed many medical men who know their virtues, legularly prescribe the Expectorant in case* 01 C oughs, Coles. and di> e me* ol the respirat iry organs, which come un [ler their care. And, in ail diseases o! the bow el?, too. such as Diarthu*a. the Diarrhea Cordial is prescribed bv them with tn* utmost confi dence m its beneficial effects. Give these excel lent medicin*s a trial. ! See descriptive pamphlets, to be had grati i>l toe agents. Price for each, only •»0 cents, or six bottles tor $'2 E. H. STABLER 6c CO., Proprietors, Wholesale Druggists. Baltimore, Md. By all Druggists in Alexandria, and b) merchants generally, throughout Virginia. sep —Jw ITT* HENRY’S INVIGORATING COR DIAL —The merits of this purely vegetable ex tract for the removal and cure of physical pros tration. general debility, nervous affections. &c., are fully described in another column ol this paper, to w hich the reader is referred. S<j p bottle; 3 bottles for $•’>; six bottles lor ■ $s; $ 1♦ > p dozen. Observe the marks of the ukmink. 117“ Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3 Franklin Row. Vine Street, below Eighth, Phil adelphia. Pa.. TO WHOM ALL ORDERS MUST BK AD DRLSSED. For sale by 1‘KKI, It STKVF.XS. Wholesale Agents lor the Mate of Virginia, to whom orders from the State must be addressed. Hj'A liberal discount made to the Trade and dealei s. For sale also by W. H. GILMAN. Washington City. 1>. C. -7—dly j i)EX.IA.MlX BAR l’ON has now on hand and y offers for sal.-* a handsome assortment ol .1EWELRY. comprising every variety in that line, and arrangements have been made to be lurni'-hed wPh the >uw stylo as they come out during the season. Also, on hand. Gold and Silver Watches: Clocks Musical Boxes; Silver Spoons ol every kind Silver Ladles; Shiah Tonus DITTKR AND r Kl II AM' to Plated. German Silver, and Brittania Ware Gold. Silver. Steel and Plated Spectacles Mariners Compasses: Quadrants; Spy Glasses Surveying Compasses; Surveying Chains Tape Measures: Thermometers Ligiitningrod Points, with a great variety ol other GOODS. Being determined to sell on a* good terms as any one in the trade, he would respectfully in \ ite the public to give him a call. oct 7—dtf ( JOHN OGDEN un King street, near St. Asaph. has lor sale. 1J dozen Wood Trays 2d nests Wood Bowls 20 *• Painted Tubs 20 " Best Cedar do. (10 in.) 40 u Covered Buckets •10 dozen Painted and Cedar Buckets 40 •* Wash Boards Clothes Pins. Rolling Pins. Boxes, in nest*. Knite Prays, Wood Measures, Churn*. Butter Lades and Prints. Clothes Horses, Step Ladders. Barrel Covers, &c. Door Mats of Manilla. Jute. Alicante. Cocoa. Rope, ai d \\ ool; Table Mats. Clothjs and Market Baskets. French and Ger man Fancy Baskets. Willow Cradles. Children's ^ illow and Rat tan Chairs. oct 9 •\TOTICE.—Whereas, a vacancy has occurred in the office oi Clerk ot the Circuit ( ourt for the County of Alexandria, by the resignation of F L. Brockett:and K. A. Sinclaii having having been appointed Clerk of said Court until an election can be had of a permanent Clerk of said Court: Now, then. 1 John W 1 yler. Judge i of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, by virtue ol the 1 authority in me vested, by an act ot the Genera! Assembly, passed April JJnd. ls.Vj. do hereby : order and direct that an election be held in the said County ot Alexandria, on Tuesday, tin 1 "//< day of October. 1*54. for the election of a Clerk to fill the vacancy aforesaid, at tiie piaces, and by the officers, designated by law. Given under mv band, this 1st day ot October, 1804. ' JOHN W. TYLER. To the Sheriff ot Alexandria County, oct 3—dti! 4 LB EM A RLE INST RANCH COMPANY. ! f\ Charlottesville. Va.—CASH CAPITAL $'Ji>.00O, with power to increase the same to $pM ».U‘X». W.M. T. EARLY. President. JOHN WOOD. Jr.. Secretary. DIRECTORS. Wm. T. Early. B. H. Magruder, E. R. Watson. Dr. Socrates Maupin. B. C. Flannagan, John H. Timberlake. Samuel O. Moon. Geo. ( an. 'i "nos. Wood. 'Phis Company now organized, with a cash capital of $lM.yiUO, paid in, is piepared to take Fire risks in town or country, also Marine risks, on the same terms of other responsible conipa- j nies in thisState. F. A. MARBURG. oct in—tf Agent, Fowle's Wharf. ; "V^EW FALL GOODS.—Having just return ed irorn the North. 1 Take great pleasure in informing my ti tends and patrons and the pub lic generally, that l have in store, ready lor their inspection, the very largest and most elegant collection of CLOTHS. CASSLMEKES, and VESTINGS. ot Fieneh and English fabrics, se lected with great care irorn the best importing houses in New York: all of which 1 am prepar ed, as usual, to execute in the latest and most ap proved stvies, and on the most reasonable terms. WILLIAM TUCKER, Penn, av . between 1} and Bth streets. Washington, sep 2‘!—dim 'l¥'rlTHOt'T DELAY.—A gentleman who can furnish satisfactory testimony, and is fully qualified to teach thoroughly all the. branches ot English Eiterature, including Math ematics in every department—together with the Latin. Greek, and French Languages, who has had experience and understands Training the mind ot vouth. can find a desirable and perma nent situation, as well as good salary, by ad dressing W. B. R.. Brandy Station, Orange and Alexandria Railroad. *ep 21 'Hv HOUSE BUILDING.—The subscribers re turn thanks to a generous public, for the liberal patronage extended to them, si; oe they commenced business., and hope, by a faithful ful fillment of all contracts, to be still remember- i ed bv those who need services in their line. They have removed from Pitt street to the j building lately occupied as a Sumac Mill on Washington he:ween Ring and Cameron streets. sep 2tM>mo MAJOR & PRICE, i I) FMOYAIOF THE EXPRESS OFFICE.— V The JDJMS EXPRESS CO.'S OFFICE has been removed to the lump poor north or King, on Fairfax street, corner ok the Alley, j The merchants will please Take notice that we are prepared to bring heavy GOODS trom New York at the remarkable low price of -$1 25 per P>) lbs. Every effort shall be made to merit the patronage of the business community, sep 5—tf HUGH LATHAM. Agent. C10AL! COAL!! COAL!!!—We are in re j reipt of several cargoes of superior Red and White Ash Anthracite Coal. Families in want of a superior article, for their own use. j would do well to give us a call. ^e shali keep j constantly on hand, a large assortment of Red and White Ash Anthraeite. and Cumberland Coals, selected from the most approved mines. Call at HARPER & BOUSH’S Wood and Coal Yard. Tower end King street._au? 2 TITANTED immediately at the ‘-Mansion \ | House.” a YOUNG GENTLEMAN to assist in me office, and make himself generally useful. Also, TWO WASHERWOMEN and TWO CHAMBERMAIDS *p 15—if A. 0. NEWTON. ULLED CLOTH—20,000 yards Fulled Cloth, on consignment, for sale at Factory prices: also. 3500 yards Plaid Linseys. 16 ' R H HUNTON DRY GOODS, &c. \rXst SUPPLIES OF DRV GOODS, fob Aitumn and Winter Sales of 1 mVE—\\ e ire now opening our AUTO Mb and H lb TEL STOCK, a large portion ol which was imported md manufactured expressly to our own orders. From the immense amount oi goods annual!) passing through our hands, we are at all times ■maided to present a stork probably superioi. certainly not inferior to an/ in the distriet. Daily additions oi all the eastern and northern novelliit that appear in the Dry Goods market, continually made. One prin on!»/. */ Good articles, low prices, and lair Healing may be relied on in ail cases. Those who desire .Mourning Goods. Emeu . Goods, Cloths, Cassimeres, Votings.^ Flannels. White C hecked or plain Cambric* and Embroi deries. should, m justice to tuernsCives. see our stock prior to making their selections PERRY & BROTHER. “Central More.*." (west room.) ' Opposite Centre Market. Washington. D. <\ Washington, aug 3<'—tt riTlFFEY, ITKCEEE A CO., dealers hi For I cipi a ad Domestic bo ion*, corner King and Water sts.. uj> stairs. Alexandria. Va —We take this method oi inhuming the trade that we are now in receipt o! a large and wrli selected stock ol FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NO TIONS. which we hatter ourselves we can oner on terms equal to any hi the houses mrther Nor i.. As ours is the onlv Frictiy trim!'sale linase in toe City in I hi* line oj ousnuss, we call the attention ol the trade with confidence. Our goods leave been carefully selected and bought <>n the '*er\ best terms, and all we ask is an examination.— As it is our object to build up a permanent busi ness here, we will he most happy to fill any or ders entrusted to us. aug 31 'V’EW FA EE GOODS.—G. K. UTTMFJl \ if BliO. are now receiv ing their supply of FA EE AND WINTER DRY GOODS, con sisting ot a* large assortment ot T.m* latest and mo*t desirable style* and material lor Eulie*. Gentlemen. and t hildren .* \\» ar. An unusually large >*"Ck ol heavy < loths. Eiil>eys. Kerseys. Blanket-. Domestics. <N.<\ (RMilks n>r Housekeeping purpose*. Carpetings. Rugs. Floor Baizes Oil Cloths. Matts, with all other GOODS suited to the trade, many ol ; which will be sold at a treat reduction on last season's prices. They mpectfully solicit a call and examination ol their stock by tneir iriends and the public generally. 21 11 ALL IMPORTATION. 1 Nf)t —ENGLISH 1 THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CARPET \SG$—liRYAX. ADAMS Jr CO., have just received per ships David C rockett and Joi nado, direct l'rom Manchester, England, a large and elegant assortment ol lllilEE PLY. IMPERIAL, and IXGRA1X CARPET IXGS. Y or permanence ol color and durability of texture, these goods are unsurpassed by any in the market. Housekeepers desirous ol a >u peiior article, would do well to examine these goods, as they are offered at prices to please. BRYAN. ADAMS j* (’<>.. sep ]—eo*’*m Alexandria. Va. HO S' l E It Y —Gents. Fancy Silk. Cotton. Thread. Merino, and Lambswool Half Hose: do. White Merino: Grey do.; White. Mixed, and Bro Cotton do.: Ladies Blk. Silk. Lambswool. Cashmere. Alpaca, and Merino, do. White. Blk.. Lead. Bro. and Mixed Cotton Hose; Childrens Blk. White. Bro.. Mixed, and i Lead Cotton Hose; do Grey. W iiite. Blue. Scar let. Drah. Green, Orange, and Maroon ( u-hmere Hose; do. Fancv Piaid. W hite and Col d. I in ked Hose, received and lor sale by sep :jo HARPER * McVEKHl. VSHBY. HERBERT \ CO., would call the especial attention ot their friends from the country and the public generally, to then larg** and splendid assortment ol hOlvEU»N am* DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, which they will sell at a small profit to punctual customers, and t 'cry Inc fur rush. Purchasers in town or country will line! it to th«*ir interest to examine their stock before they buy. | 11 ALL SUPPLY OF DRY GOODS—We * are now iveeiv ing our regul ir supply <*i DRYGOODS, of almost every quality. styb\ and pi ice. suitable for Ladies’ ami Gen’lemen wnar; also, the Farmer and Planter. tog»tie*r with Housekeeping Good?. of almost every v.i riety. all of which will l*e -old at very reduced prices. A call from our friends, ami the deal ing public is respectlullv solicivd. SOp2<» TAYLOR Jv HUTCH 1><>N rpo FARMERS AND PLANTERS. I To pairs Servants Blankets 30 pieces 3-1 and *’• t lull I loths •jO *• 3-1.7-S and 1-1 Linsey S bales Brown Cottons and Osnaburgs lo •• Cotton Balts IT) pieces Satinetts. dust received, and for sale low by oct T * TAYLOR & HUTCHISON I ER1N0ES. COBURGS. \c—G. K. UIT ^.▼Ji MER P>RO.. invite attention to their stock of Fkknch Mkkinoks. unbracing almost every color and quality, some very super 1 °* linui.H. do. do.; also, an elegant assortment oi Merino and Scotch Plaids, plain and figured YIousi.i.nks. all of which they oiler at very low rates. rP I) ECE1YED at thk Notion Hook ok JLiR PER if MrVEUiU. opposite Sarepta Hail, a large and beautiful assortment ol Bonnet Ribbons Plain and Black Taffeta do i.i ■ » „* • i i i . . i. c--: 11- 1' I. . .1., i uuil ami 11^ u. LMai * » i nn oct 2 C1 LOTUS. CASSl.MERES. Nc.—G. K. WIT ) MER «Y IiRO.. have ju*t uveivrd a good assortment of black, blue, mulberry, claret. oli\e and brown FRENCH CLOTHS: black and Fancy CASSlM F.R KS: Satin and Silk VESTINGS, to which they invite attention, sep 22 Merchants from the country who are now m our city purchasing goods, would do well to examine tlie large and extensive as sortment ol NO 1 IONS ani» FAN( N GOODS, just opened and lor sale at the Notion Hou>e of HARPER N McVEIGH. ippo&iti Suepta Hull. King street. Sep 2 / CUULDREN'S MERINO SHIRTS / Misses and ladies do do. Korsalebv oct 2 HARPER N McVEIGH. ' IP] ECE 12-1 Floor Oil (loth: 10 pieces 1-4 (>•4. and S-4 Oil Cloth. jiM recei\ed by oct 7 TAYLOR N HUTCHISON. Ll'MBKK YARD*. B. UATEKS. n. ZIMMERMAN. r. A. WATERS. WATERS. ZIMMERMAN N CO. \Af* Extensive dealers in Lumber. Shingles. Laths. Nc.. on the wharf, foot ot Cameron stieet. • are constantly in the receipt of Building Mate rials. trom the States ot North Carolina. Pennsyl vania, N. York, Maine, and the British Province*, which they offer tor sale on accommodating terms. Their arrangements with manutact urer> enable them to supply particular bill* ot White. Spruce, and Yellow Pine, at the shortest not me. null 1—tf J UMBER YARDS.— I he subscriber na\ir.g j rented the yard, recently occupied by Messrs James Green \* Son. between Duke and Wolie streets, lias, and will keep on hand, a general as sortment of the different kinds of LUMBER, viz Eastern White Pine. Spruce and Hemlock, differ ent kinds of Susquehanna, Eastern shore, and Carolina Scantling and Boards, well seasoned.— Also, Shingles. Laths. Nails. Lime. Flaister. Ce ment. and ail other articles lound in Lumber Yards. Tersons wishing a good article, will find it to their interest to g-ve me a cali before purchasing elsewhere. oct7—nfitf JOSEPH MASTERS. LUMBER YARD—We take this method of informing our customers, that we have con^ n»*ctcd our LUMBER Bl SINESS with the CAB INET MANUFACTORY, where we are pre pared to furnish every description of Lumber usually found in the most extensive LUMBER YARDS. ( ALSO. Lime, Hydraulic Cement, Calcined Plaieter, Laths. Shingles, Pailings, Nads of all sizes. &c., &c., which we will sell low' for eash, or at the usual time to punctual customers, jam 1 JAAKS GREEN & SON. BOOTS, SIIOKS, HATS, CAPS, tr. 1AROM THE MANUFACTURERS IX i NEW KN(;LAX1)—-jI"5 casks axd <’ar iuo*!#—BOOTS, SHOES. H.A'l's. CAPS, Ac., • At.—If. A. HARPER .V CO.. Alexandria, hi.. Sqttnnhrr. 1 sf>4. have the pleasure to announce i lo tiien customers and dealers generally, the ar- ; rival by Packets Chaim, Loduskia. and \iiiage t Gem. ot their lall stock, comprising the largest and most desirable assortment of HOODS e\er offered in this market, and Inning h»-en pur chased direct of the man’ilacturer* in New Kng land, under the most favorable circumstance; they an* prepared to idler a- great inducements ;•> can be found in any ol the Northern cttie Tiiev invite attention to the following as com prising a par* of their stock, viz.— Men’* thick double sole Boots, tS-11. v*! -- 1 i »o Hungarian Tap do do Do Napoleon do do Do Kip, Call,Goat, and Grain do j Do Call. Imitation Stitch. Coik Sole, double *ole Vamp, and double sole do j Do fine French Call halt sole and welted no Boy s thick double sole do Do Napoleon, Hungarian and lap do ; Do Kip,Calf and Grain do Youth’s thick double sole do Do Calf. Kip. and Grain do Children’* Calf. Kip. and Grain do Men's thick double >o!e 0-11. S-12.& 0-1 1 Biogans 1 >o Planters do Do Tap Sole and Nailed do Ho Kip. Call. Goat and But! do Do Ku.-*ett 1 hick ’* 1 Do Calf. Gxfoiii. Buttoned. Congress ami Hungarian do Boy s K ip, ('alt. Goat, ami Buff do; do ('alt’ Ox lord lies; youth s Kip. ( all. and (»out (io; do Monterey’s and Call Ox lord do; womens Kip, Calf, and Grain Boots: do Morocco, and Kid i sewed do: do Planter’* Dutch do. lor servants: do i pegged Goat, ('all. Kid. and Gram Buskin*: do do do sowed do: iadie* Kid. Morocco, and Knamel ,-d Ties and Buskins: do Pat. Kureka ami Paris do: do V *1 vet Toilet S'ipp*: do co! d. and black Silk \Va;|) Gaiters, in great \ariety: children’s (i nit. ( a!!..Morocco, ami Kid Bootee*, do: at man ufacturer's price *. Hum Klastic Goods, consisting of men * Over Shoe* and Sai’dal*: ladle* Lu*kiiis and S:ip*. (C anton lined:) do Long Boots. Mi*.*es >amials and Buskins. |£y*They have taken more than usual pains in the selection oi their stock ol Hats and Lap*. consisting ol mens bilk. Angola. nrusn, ->apo Jcon. ami other stvles. with a general stock <»i men s .Slouch. Wool. fur. Panama. black Ko> suth. NT 1 \et Trimmed. Rockland. -Know-Noth- j ing.” Ravel. Young America. Artist. Hippo drome. and other styles. Men’s, boy's and children s Navy. Army. Paris, j A other styles la-hionabie Cloth A: dazed ( aps. o.'iUO lbs. Shoe Thread, assorted. ;;')U Travelling and other I run Us. All ol Which they offer to the trade, and so licit a call from ail m search oi bargains. W'. A HARPER A CO.. sop j3—eo'im Prince street Wharl. HENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDIAL. PURELY VEGETABLE IN ITS COM POblTION.— Phis invaluable CORDIAL, is extracted from Herbs and Roots, which have been found after years of experience, by the most skillul Physicians, to be possessed ol qualities most beneficial in tlve diseases lor which it is re commended, and hence whilst it is presented to the public, as an eliicacious remedy, it is also known to be of that ehara< ‘er on which reliance may be placed asto its salety. In case- oi Im pot. nev. Ha-monhages. Disordered bt» riity. Mens truation. or bupprr-sion ol the Menses. l luor AI bus or for D E B I L 1 T Y ari.-ing from , any ean.-e. such a- weakne-s Irom sicklier--, where The patient ha - b*vn confined to G« « 1 lor some time, for Females alter Confinement. .Abor tion or Miscarriage, this Coidial cannot he ex celled in its salutary effects: or in lo.-s of Mn-ni lar Energy. Irritability. Physical Prostration. Seminal Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart. In digestion. S!i:ggishue-s. Decay ot the Procreative Functions. Nei votisiiess. Ac., where a IONK MEDICINE i- required, it will he iound equal, i! not superior to anv Compound ever used. TO FEMALES. HENRY’S IN VIGOR A TING CORDIAL. is ope of the most invaluable MEDICINES in the many complaint* to which Females are subject. i‘ assi-ts nature to brace the whole system, checks excesses, and creates renewed health a.id happme-s. Less sulfenug. disease and unhappiness among Ladie- would exist, were they generally to adopt the use ot tin- < OK DIAL. Ladies who are debilitated by * no-ed:. eases which females aie liable to. are re.-'oj ed by the use o! a bottle or two.to bloorn and to vigor. YOUNG M E N —i ho-e disease- so total to the existence of man. (and it i- the young who are most apt to become victims. Horn an ignorance ol the danger to which they subject themselves.) cause N I, R \ O 1 S DEB!L11\ Weakness ot the System, and Premature Decay, Many of vou may now he sutfenng.misled as to the cause or source oi disease, i o those, then who by excess nave brought on themseivr- any diseas**- creating Nervous Affections. or an*, otiiei consequences ot unrestrained indulgence-, lessening both mental and bodily capacity. •Hold! H K.Ml Y > INVIGORATING COR DIAL. a Medicine that is purely \ egeta ble. will aid nature to restore those impor- j taut iunetions to a healthy state, and vviil proved service to you. It possesses rare vir tues. i- a general remover ol disea-cs. and strengthener of the system as a 'IONIC MLDI ( INE.it is unsurpassed. "We do not place tms (’ORJ)IAL on a looting with quack medicine.-, j and. .is is customary, append a long list ol Re commendations. Certificates. Ac., beginning w ith -Hear wiiat the Preacher says.’ and -ueh like: it is not neeessarv. tor liPNRA > LWIGORA TING CORDIAL," only needs a trial to prove tl.it i i * i! i ' i t* i • i • i» 11»! I w »i «!' U . I t THK GEM INK “lir.NKY’S INVlGcRA- ' TING CORDIAL,’* is j it ; i SozPannelB t tbs. and mimIv n cogi i/r 1 by the Manuluctu ivr's Mgn.ruit* *»11 tit* label o! each Bottle. (to counterfeit which i> forgery.) b.** Sob! for ?2 p Bottle. .Vi.v lor •*>>: TD'* p dozen. H/“ Prepared only by S. K. COHEN. No. d Franklin Row. Vine St., below Eighth. Philadel phia, Pa.. T<i whom ail orders must he addressed. For sale by PEEL A: STEVENS. Wholesale Agents for the State of Virginia, to whom orders Horn the state must be addressed. b./* A libera! discount made to the trade and dealers. For -e!e also by W II GILMAN. Washington Citv. IV f*. jan 27—dly Saddles, harness, i ri nks. \<*.— rw JAMES VANS A NT resp< tfully i forms tiie public that he has now on hand, an i will continue to keep at his . Hixnndna Manuiactorv. adjoining the Marshall House, an unusually ex ten.Mw and elegant assortment of articles per taining to the >ADDL1N(i B EM NESS. which he will sell trholssalt or retail as CHEAP. H not cheaper than they can he bought in the Di-trict or eUew here. J. V. grateful for the liberal patronage here tofore conferred upon hirn. re«p»ctful!y solicits its continuance, being confident <»i his ability to please those in want of articles in his line. \~7' Old Saddle.. Harness, and Trunks, of all kinds, repaired with neatness and despatch, aug —if E. B. Addison. D. Howard. VDDISON k HOWARD. CENTRAL COM MISSION AND FOR WARD1MJ MER CHANTS. AND DKA LKP.S IN AGRK’I Eli RAL IMPLEMENTS. SEEDS am, FERTILIZERS, At Addison k Meade s old stand. Union sired. AlernntJria. Va. Orders tor Pennock’s Wheat Drill, with Nel son’s Guano Attachment, as well as other arti cles in their line or to be had in the manse?, will be filed with promptness. Terms cash, or its equivalent. Particular attention paid to the sale oi Fiour, Wheat. Coin. Rye. Arc. Goods consigned to their care will be forw ard ed with despatch. aug 2 G' 1 KEEN. •sl’Tl LK k Cn.. Product Com T mission Merchants, and Grocers. Alexan dria. Va. C^All orders will receive prompt attention, jeb 18—tf OAMUEL W. PEPPER, Successor To Henry ij J. Pepper $ Son, WATCHES, JEWELRY. and SI L\ ERWARE, No. 175 Chestnut street, j (opposite the State House,) Philadelphia. Philadelphia, my 29—ly * GROCERIES, AC. Mcvkk.h'a chamberlain. »»«• SJI.f. GROCERS, Prmrturttt dlmtudrin, l a., are now in portion of their tall »'och ot CROC F.RIfcb, A«v to wliich they invite the attention ol their vuk tomers and merchants generally, visiting tin market. Consisting in part a* follow*: 125 hhds. New Oileans. Porto Kuo, and Cuba Sugars , , •Jilt, boxes ami barrels N'o. 1 loaf, crushed and pulverized Sugar.' 1 *>ii bbls Granulated Sugar 115 hogsheads and tierces Musco. Porto Kuo, Cardenas, and Sugar House Molasses 175 bbls. New Orleans do 11 iii •• Sugar House Syrup ;>7.t bags Rio. Laguyra. Angustora and Java Cofiee .. ball chests < iuupowder. I mperial. i oung ily - won and Black Teas, ol medium and prime quality 115 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candles 15m 4- 1 allow do 15U 4- Kosin Soap 75 *• Toilet P»u Pearl Starch 15') kegs pure Lead •j')<i bags Shot, aborted numbers 1.(Hmi lb-,. Bar Lead ;,i it i jt*an»s single ami double Wrapping Paper 175 •• Ruled Chip and Letter 11) ” 1 ea bales Suit Slit'll Almonds: 1«K» boxes assorteti Candy; 150 do. Indigo: inn kegs and boxes Sup. Curb. S<xla. 11 m» bags Pepper. Pimento and Pace (iinger: -45 casks old Madeira Wine; 35 do. do. Port"do.: 75 do. Brown and Pale Sherry do.; 10 do. Sweet Malaga do.: 25 ,lo. Burgmula Port do.: t5 baskets Champagne do.: 5.» Tierces Cider Vinegar, with a very large and general assort ment «>t old Cognac Brandies: Jamaica Spirits. Old live Whiskey: X. K. Rum: Cherry, Black berry. Raspberry.’and Ginger Brandies: 25 casks refined Whale Oil; 25 do. sup. Lamp do.: 2‘Xi boxes b X in and in X 12 Glass: inn bids. No. Mackerel: I5n butts Plug Tobacco 5*. 8 s. aiM 12’* to the lb.: Iim do. Ca\»*ndish do., most approved brands: 75 do low priced )K>uud lump tio.: 75.Piincipe. Havana, and Plantation ^ ... i ,. i ’1... -iii.l . > •» 11 Sn.'inisli i!t>.: or^aia, j -•'. ' ' v-.— j ;,(> boxes Gal etts Scotch Snull; 25 jar* Scented do.; 5 nhls. Bladder do.: Salad Oil; Chipped Log wood: Madder; Brimstone: Salt Petie; Alum. Fpsom Salt*: Copperas; Cloves; Cassia; Ground Ginger; .Maecaroni; Painted Pails; Blacking. Ink: Mustard; Bed Cord and Leading Line: Hope; Yeast Powders: Sporting and Blasting Powder. &<\. &c. Merchants will tind it greatly p) their advantage to examine our stock ol GOODS before making their purchasers, sep 15 M< YF1GH ^ CH AMBFRLAIY 1) OBFKT 11. HCNTOY GROCER AND V G E S E R J L COMMISSION MER CHANT. Cnton siruf. and J)>iinqrrf)>ld's WharJ. All.1 amhin. la., is now receiving per Schrs. \ Mage Gem. and Arctic, a jKirtion o! his tall supply of GROCFR1FS. to which he invites the attention ol dealers. Hi* stock consists in part ol— luuhhds. .Y O. P. R. and Cuba Sugars 125 packages loaf, crushed, and pulverized do 75 bbls. A and B Coflee do ii'ii bbls. Y O. Molasses and Portland Syrup •guobags Rio. Old Government and Laguyra Coflee 175 package.* Gunpowder. Imperial. Young Hy son and Black I eas volt bo\e* Sperm. Adamantine. Hotel. Solar and Mould Candles: IPe» boxes loilet and fancy Soap*; 1' 5 how- Ro.*in Soap: 5" boxes Col gate■* and Kingston!.* Pearl Starch: • bags sho* 7i>" lbs. Bar Lead: 55 kegs white Lead; 5u<» ream- Wrapping Paper: 12*) ream- Letter Pa per, 75 ream- Cap Paper: To*. Indigo; PMum lh- Cotton Yarn. 75 bale- Wrapping Twine; i bbls Logwood. Red Wood, and Madder; l,w> dozen Corn Brooms and Whisks: 5.* tierce* and bbls. pure Cider Vinegar: 255 boxes Jenny Lind. Fig. ! lh lump and 55 Tobacco: 2M<U*impor ted and domestic Segars: 175 barrels pme Old Rye and Common W hiskey: 5 pipes pure French Brandy: 22 octaves pure French Brandy: b live gallon demijohn.* French Brandy. Otard. Dupuy iV CoJs vintage. 1 >11; 5<» baskets Champagne, lleid.sick and other brands; 15 quarter casks tine Old Madeira. Tenerifle. and Sherry Wine.*; 1 j>;j>,» puie Holland Gin: i pipe old Scotch W his 50 bid.-, domestic Brandy, Rum, Gin, and Cordials, with a luil assortment oi *mall article* iisMito*; Cassia: Giain Pepper; Allspice: Ciove*: Nutmegs: Race an! Ground Giug«*r: Alum: Saltpetie; Fpsom Sait*: Ground ( inna jnon: painted Pails and l ub»: (. edar W are: Matches; Maecaroni; >wcet <b'; Mason * Black ing; Black Ink.&c. ^‘p 22—tl 1 I | QFARTKR BOXFs Bunch Raisins | j —j- 15 bbls. Almond.* 5 ease- Preserved (»in«er 5 *• assorted Pickles II.) Pepper Sauce p b<i.\t> Maecaroni and Vermecilli •j.i Ca-tile and Toilet Soap* 2’ '» lean;? Wrapping Paper gi i •• Lcttei do •1 mats ( inr.amon pH) ih- No. ! N tit meg* 211 do/. Wash Board* 20 ‘ Barrel Covers P25 biin* Shot. 5o nests covered Buckets, 25 do. j Painted Tubs: 5'<do/.. Painted Pails; 20 boxe* | and jjr* Scotch and Rappee Smith f)0 coils Jute ■ and Colton Roj'e; 7*> groce Matches; 100 butts Cavendi-li. and 5‘s and S’s Tobacco: 200,000 Plantation, Havana, and Principe Segars. just received, and in store, lor sale bv sep ]4 FLF.MING DOCGLASS. SI. GARS. \c.— 05 hhd*. Puito Rico and New Orleans Su- i gars 150 boxes and barrels double refined loaf, crushed, pulverized, gianubited, am! A and j i> (5»r> e Sugars ]5ij bbls. New Orleans Molasses •j.* tihus. I rinnum do ■ to bids. *‘\*ra g d b n Syrup: bbls. Bleached Wintei. ( rude V\ mile. and i anners Oil: 3uu bags Rio, Jamaica. Laguyra. and Java Cotlee; , 11.♦» hail che.-ts extra fine. line and medium Gun- j powder. Imperial. Young 1 lyson and Black Teas; 1 IMt boxes Sperm. Adamantine and Mould (’an- ! dies: l<i<! boxes Black and Yellow Soap, just re- ! ceive !. ami in s!on\ for >a!e by sep 1 1 TERM I NO he DOLT*LASS. / 1 KEEN. Si 11 LE «V CO. bavejiist receiv \ J ed their tail *tock ol OROCEKIES. con ,-i-t:ng ot a iaige and well ^ejected stork utmost ol the articles in tiiat line, to which they invite j the atten'ion ot counts v dealers. They have alo on hand COT TON YARN. Os N ABU KGS. \c„ niaiint lctured at Elm Factory, Falmouth. Va.and U r.*a!e at lartory prices. oct 5 . )/ »/ k BBLS. MACKEREL f 1<’<. bbls. 3A large 3'i •• 3 s small •V1 - 4 s medium, to arrive per Brigs A. Lawrence and Candace, for sale by oct 11 M. KLDRI DOE, Union Wharf. j lit i ini k LBs. Shoulder and Side Baron j - J • * /* M r 1 p<<•»> 1 by. Hams To bbls. No. 3 and 1 Mackerel 2o •* Herring 2'J - Shad, lor sale low by oct 3 KLV’HKLOK A CO. 1>RANDY AND FORT WINE — very old , y and superior, ior sale bv F A. MARBURY. mv 27 Fowle’s Wharf. CHAMPAGNE—go baskets Queen Victoria ' ( hampagne. pints and quarts. S. SHINN A SON. J>' *2 Janney p Wharf ' BOXES CLARET WINkTthis day re-! JL*) ceived per Schr. Fairfax, lor sale by F. A. MARBURY. i ^6 ■’ Fowled Wharf. ■ 1 / W k BUSHELS Timothy Seed M / 50 bu^heU Clover Seed. tor sale by oct 3 _K INCH FLOE A CO. Sardines.—a fresh supply of sardines, ! just received at oct ft Vv HITE’S. Post Office corner. *“* T7 BBLS. POTATOES—Daily expected to j | pj arxive per Brig Candace, for sale by °ctJ r M. ELDRIDGK, Union Wharf. SOFI SHELL ALMONDS of extra quality, j just received at ' & WHITE'S. Post Office corner. GROCERIES, BAYNE. BUCKNER & CO., wholmxu GROCERY MERCHJETS. A. » «/ A'ineand Wattr ttrtelt, Ai.KXi.viutu. •».. are now receiving a very large addition to their stock ot GROCERIES, which they offer to the trade very low. Their stock consists in part as loi* lows, viz — , 150 hhds. P. R Cuba, and N 0. Sugars oiX) bbls. and boxes Loaf, Crushed. Pulveri zed and sn ail N. O. Loaf Sugars .,50 hbis. A.. B. and C. Coffee Sugars iMOhhds. P R. and Muscovado Molasses ■.'Oil bbls. N O. do 100 •• Sugar House Syrup SOrt lag. Kio. Easuayia. ami Java Coffee 100 ball chests Cunpowder. Inn>erial, J. H.. aiul Black l eas 30 bbls. Lamp. Crude. Whale, and Tanners 150 boxes Adamantiue and Sperm Candle. ],,i, be.s pure white Lead, Lewis and olner brands riiu bags Shot, assorted numbeis 1U<)0 lbs. Bar Lead Safety Fuse and Kentucky Rif^ 1 owder ]•><> coils Lite and Cotton Hope 50 dozen lied Cords and Leading Lines ^ 100 boxes Brown and Black Soap; ltXJ do. ! Toilet and Castile Soap; ho baie> Wrapping Twine; h«"> reams Wrapping Paper; Assorted Mock ol Foolscap and Utter Paper. and Letter Envelopes: oO boxes Pearl Starch: Solt Shell i Almonds and Raisins: loo boxes »«»Ced and Rock Candy; *200 boxes Indigo and big nine. •Jh do. Extract Logwood; f) bbls. ( hipped Log wood; »)0 kegs Sup. Garb. Sfcia; Sal Soda; Roll Brimstone; Salt Pet re: Alum; Epsom Salt; ( op eras; Madder: Pepper: Allspice: t loves: t inna nioii: Ground Ginger: Ground C loves: Ground Cinnamon; Ground Pepper, and Ground (. otfee; Ml bales Candle W ick: -i'Hi bags Ashton s Dairy >alt: l'» boxes Maccaroni: Groce Matches; ‘j(mi dozen Cedar. ^ ariushed. ami Painted i ails. pHinfsts Painted and Cedar Tubs; ho uests Covered Buckets: 1" nests Brass Bound W are; 05 dozer Horse Buckets; Halt Bushel and Peck Measures: Wash Boards; Clothes Pins. \c.; boxes X In aiitl 10 X 1 '3 Window Glass. ■ • bbls. Putty: Chalk: Cider Vinegar: Black and Blue Ink; Mason's Blacking ami Lamp Black. ;,<» bbls. small No. If Mackerel, and many other articles too tedious to mention. They invite 1 the esjiecial attention ot' the Country Merchants to their very large supply*, assuring them they w ill lose nothing by giving them a call, sep I'J—eott -w v n \ ’ Ll x. U’ A S11 I \ f i 1(1 \ (1 /l ()(. A H Y [(, and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, inion stnet, north of hints. Alexandria, \ a., are now in receipt of a well selected stock o! GRO CERIKS am» LIQUORS, to which they invite the attention ot dealers generally, consisting in part as follow s. viz:— 7 '* hhd». N. O. I*. R-. and Cuba Sugars 0" packages double refined Loat. Urush ed. Pulverized, and A B. and ( . Sugars im hug- Kio. St. Domingo. Laguvra. Marricabo. and Old Gov. Java Coffees 75 bbls. New Orleans Molasses 65 halt chests Gunpowder. Imperial. Y. II . and Black Teas, w hich we w arrant as represented or no sale 75 butts 5‘s. t>\ and lb lumps, and Cav endish Tobacco lOO.'JMt Segars. various brands, (part very superior) SUNDRIES.—Sperm. Adamantine and Mould Candles; Brown. Black. Yellow. Toilet. Fancy. and Castile >o.»p-: Cotton. Manilla. Glass, and Jute Rope: Bed Cords and Leading Lines; Cap. Letter, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes; • Wrapping Twine: Snuff. in bottles, jars, and bladders Colgate's No. 1 and Pearl Starch; pure fresh and >uj>erioi Ground Coffee; Giam Pepper, Ground Pepper; Ground and Race Ginger. All spice: (Moves. Nutmegs. Mace;Cinnamon; Mus tard; Baking Powders; Pipes,and German Pipes; Window Gla and Putty: Copperas: Alum; Epsom Salts; Sup Carb Soda; Sa! .l.ratus: ( o coa and No. 1 Chocolate: Indigo and Fig B’ue; Salt Petre; Salad Oil; Masons Blacking: do. Black and Blue Ink: Corn Brooms: Whisks; Painted Pails: Demijohns: Mackerel: Cider Vinegar: Matches, round wood and pajier boxes. Preserved (finger; Fine. G. A., and Small Sack j Ashton Dairy >ait: Powder and Shot: Bar Lead, 1 Fite Crackers. Ac., Ac. >ep J5 ROACH A WASHINGTON. ((O-PA RTNKRSHIP NO J ICE.—'1 he under signed have formed a Partnership in the bn-mess ot (IROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, in Alexandria, to be earned on at She stand of ih* late John Jaw ton. on Cameron strut, opposite the Market lions*, under tne tom of T. A. BREW IS A CO. T. A. BREW'IS. aug ‘J: 1—»'m ANTHONY LAWSON. Til A BREW Is A CO., are now receiving £ 9 from New York. Philadelphia, and Balti more, a well selected stock ot GROCERIES and l.lQl ORN. which they will sell very low, for CASH, or on the usual credit to punctual customers Their stock consists in part as lol lows. \ iz P. R.. N O. and Cuba SUGAR P. R. and X. O. MOLASSES J j\ a. Rio. and Laguavra ( < >FFEK Gunpowder, Impe l.. Y. 11.. and Black TEAS Loaf, (’rushed, and Powdered SUGAR Sperm. Adniantine. and Mould Candles; Ha vana, Principe, and 4 Spanish Cigars; Saunder s Gold Leal. Know Nothing, Oriental, and other superior (’hewing Tobacco; (i. Alum and tine Salt; Mackerel: Poton lac Herrings Baron and Lard: lin e: Burnt and Ground Coffee; Castile. W lute, \ ariegatcd, and other superior Toilet Soaps Cinnamon. Allspice, Nutmegs. Cloves, Mace, and every article in a grocery store, to gether with a choice selection ol Brandies, Whiskey. Wines, Ac. Cameron street, oppo site the Market House. «fp y nlEE. BROWN A PARI LOW are now* receiving from the noithern markets a large and well selected stock of prime FAMI IA (ilU)( F11IKS. which they off. r on accom modating terms lor cash. or on usual time to punctual dealers. I heir stock consists in part of the following articles 1’orto Rico and N Orleans Sugars, fair to prime New Orleans. Porto Rico and Cuba .Molasses Java. Rio and Laguiia Coffee Gunpowder. Imperial and Young Hyson Teas Loaf, crushed, powdered, and granulated Sugars Adamantine andTaljow' Candles Steam Refined Sugars. A B and C Sa! .Trains; Sal Soda: Leather: Starch: Indigo Herrings; IMaister: Ground Alum Salt Ashton a alt; Guano. ( !ov*-r and Timothy Seed. Blacking: Blacking and Whitewa*i»ir.g Ft* sh*>. Lime. A<*. Ac W heat. ( orn. flour, and nil Lmds of Country produce sold at highest market rales, and «-u the u-tiit! commission. Goods received and forwar ded lor country merchants with promptness and dispatch. atig y Da s. black lock are now* receiving • per packet* from Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, their Fall purchases of GROCE RIES. WINKS. BRANDIES. DOMESTIC Ll Ql ORS. Ac., all ot which have been purchased at very low prices. They would invite Mer chants and others to call and examine their stock belore they make their purchases, ap -1—eotf 4\ BUTTS VERY SUPERIOR CAVEN ,) DISH TOBACCO tierces Rice 1») rases assorted Pickles, just received and for sale by oct 4 ' FLEMING A DOUGEASS. / 4LAREl WINE.—a.*> boxes Claekt Wink \j a superior article, this day landing, ar.d for t*le by S. SHINN A SON, _jyJ2£ Janney s W'harf. OX BARRELS Welch » superior White Wheat f j*J Family FLOUR.just received direct, and tor sale low, by the dray load or barrel. 3 KINCHELOE A CO. I 1 | ‘^CKS fine Salt J. i-fj' / P-MJ sacks G. A. do., daily expected to arrive by Schr. Helen Hoben, and for sale bv _ CAZENOVE A CO. ' PLAIS1ER.—tons IMaister. cargo of Brig Leontine, to arrive, for sale bv <*t 5_HOW ARD A J^OOR. 1 TONS ROCK SALT,just received per lO ^hip John and Albert, and for sale by *«p FOWLE k CO.