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THE GAZETTE, j
MONDAY MORNING*NOVEMBF.R 20, ISM.
THE DISASTROUS OYSTKK PANIC.
Mr. Green was avoung gentleman from the
oouutrj. A desire to see the world, to make
a sensation, and exert an influence absorbed j
his mind, to say nothing of the reflective fa- ;
culties. Mr. Green left his paternal roof thir- |
teen miles behind him, and purchased a
ticket for New York. He arrived in that I
eityin the evening. It was d rk and foggy,
and Mr. Green was tired. He was coufused !
somewhat with strange sounds and sights,
among which were a newsboy and a cab
driver. He was soon shown to his room for I
the night. It is unnecessary to add that he j
went to sleep under the full conviction that
the hotel would be burnt down and Mr.
Green be burnt up before the light of another
morning.
His slumbers were troubled and broken
with strange dreams. He was presently
startled by most awful and unearthly sounds
beneath his windows; “Aw-wee! aw-wee! Yas
afsh aw-wee!” Mr. Green had never heard :
the like.
It was not a peacock, nor was it a jackals.
Owl-hooting was’nt a circumstance to it.—
Mr. Green was alarmed. He boldly open
ed the window. “Aw-wee! aw-wee!” was
repeated in voluminous echoes far up ami
down the street.
Mr. Green rang the bell; he was excited.—
A servant presented himself. “YY hat in
thunder is that a hollerin’?” The servant
listened, and there was an air of conscious
superiority in his reply. “That! that’s noth
ing but oysters!” “Oysters!” mused Mr.
Green. “By thunder, l never hearn tell
they hollered as loud as that.” The servant
retired, and shrewdly hinted to Boots that
the ‘pusson* in No. 218 had taken “suthin
hot!*
Mr. Green retired, but not to slumber— •
Macbeth had murdered sleep. Ho knew i
what he had heard of their ‘gaping mouths,'
but had never seeu them alive and hooting. ;
He dressed inHlespcrate haste. His curiosi
ty had got the better of bis discretion. Ho
made a sally from his position, and went
out into the fog and darkness.
Mr. Green was brought into the watch
house an hour after, with his head broke. lie ;
had followed the oysters into a cellar; he
had partaken thereof. On mommeudatiou
ho had—in short, he had indulged. Mr.
Green was sick.
The oysters persisted in coming up, not
withstanding he had taken something to keep
them down. His mind wandered through
the crack of his head. Earnestly besought
to tell what ails him, ho frantically shouted,
‘Aw -wee! aw-wet!’ with an occasional fearful
attempt at pronouncing ‘oysters.’ The case
waA clear: it was a case of cholera! Three
reporter* of the morning ores# made a note
of it. ‘He’ll dio before morning,’ said one.—
‘It will spread rapidly,'said another. ‘Broke
oat in a new place,’ said the third: and they
combined their information. T!»o newsboy^
had it before da} light. ‘Fourteen sudden
deaths from 'ysters/ ‘Beware o’ pisen.”
Before noon of that day, notan oyster open
ed hi# mouth; heiiueticaiiy sealed cans stayed
ho; the market venders \vuld lit account n»r
the milk,’ and the *suuckers* told u beggar
ly account of empty boxes.
The heavy dealers exhibited distress. Sev
eral up-town sellers closed their doors.—
There was a run on the bank*. Fli* n«>u>e
ot Pillicoddy A Co., suspended payment.—
Pillicoddy A Co. were known to be very
largely interested in th“ Cincinnati trade.—
Pillicoddy A Co. telegra} hed to tlieir agent
in Cincinnati, to draw on them at thirty days
for $20,000, and sell for what it would bring.
The agent failed to negotiate the draft. Great
excitement on Third street. ‘Y\ hat s in the
wind?’ Exchange on New York goes up two
per cent. Telegraph again, ‘Manchester *
draft# protested.* The knowing one’s call
for their deposites. Keep dark. Hush !—
Kentucky Trust Fund, hem! Connersville, ,
hem! Hard road to travel. Kentucky lrust
not worth a d-n. Shady. Ail right.
Shuffle. Quirk A Co. begin to ‘shove,’—
$100,000. New notes which never were fol- j
ded. Special meetiug of brokers by gas
light alone. Sit an hour; no quorum. Don’t
want anything said in the papers about the
meeting till we get a quorum. Next iuorn- i
iog broker# have plenty of money—cheap.—
All Kentucky Trust Fund; would nt have
any other. Bankable. S. Q. A Co. wont
‘•hove’ any more: employ mediums. Man
chester shuts up; don’t consult with anybody, j
Kun on Safety Bank. Kentucky l rust t uod
not worth ‘shucks.’ Bankers mad; brokers
raving. Had’nt time to ‘shove’ it off on the j
public. Won’t help Manchester. Kun on
everybody. Grand burst up generally.
All tbii because Mr. Green had not been j
properly instructed on the subject of oysters! j
Mr. Green’s ambition has been realized. He
baa seen the world, made a sensation, and
exerted an influence.— Cin. Columbian.
IRON RAILING, AND ORNAMENTAL
IRON WORK.—The subscribers are prepar- !
ed to fill orders of any amount ot IKON H ORK.
such as RAILINGS FOR PIBLl( AND
PRIVATE PARKS, GARDENS, STEPS. VE
RANDAS, BALCONIES,CEMETERY LO 1 >.
Ac; Also, IRON STAIRS, DOORS, SHEL
TERS. SETTEES. CHAIRS, TABLES. DOGS.
WINDOW GUARDS, GATES, Ac. Ac —
They pay particular attention to enclosing
CEMETERY LOTS asp PARKS, ami having the
the largest assortment ot Patterns of any estab
lishment in the country, are enabled to please the
most fastidious in taste. Architects or Builders
in any part of the Cnion. wanting Iron Works,
by sending us drawings will receive the estimate
for cost of work, and we will furnish any vvoik
from their designs ordrawingsthat maybedesired.
Persons wishing articles ot our manufacture
by addressing us a few lines, stating for what
purpose, will be furnished with printed designs
by return mail, with the prices annexed. All
orders sent us will receive prompt attention, and
the work finished and fitted in the best manner,
and packed in boxes for sate carnage.
HOOD A CO..
1‘21 north Tenth street. Philadelphia
Philadelphia, oct t*>—eo3m
HE NEBRASKA HOUSE, mutated on
King Street, (opposite the Mannssus Cap
Road Office.) jUtxamfria* I'u . ROST/ if
COPfoyuetors—The subscribers having taken
and fitted up in the most approved style, the
above house as a RksTai rant, respcetluily so
licit a portion of the public patronage. They
are determined to spare no pains to make their
house one of tue most comfortable and enter
taining to be found in the city, lhc choicest
LIQLORS and SEGJRS, can always be had
at the Bar, and all the DELICACIES Oh I HE
SEASON,—the very best the market can afibrd.
—will be constantly on hand, ready at a mo
ment's warning, to serve those who may fa
vor us.
HTStrangers passing through our city, can
be waited on with despatch.
OYSTERS JN CJSS.—Fot tons cut of the
city, desirous of having Oysters, (a good arti
cle,) forwarded to them, by Railroad or other
wise, will do well to favor us with their orders,
which will be thankfully received and promptly
attended to. oct »'•—cErn
NANCE & GLASSULL, Cmmssaost Mer
chants, 93, Wafer street, Xnc York.—Strict
attention given to all consignments of Produce,
Flour, Grain, Ac., Ac
Refer to
Shields A Somerville, Richmond, Ya.
Armstead A Warwick, Baltimore.
Bacon A Baskerville. Richmond. Va.
Rich'd H. Carter. Fauquier county, Va.
Blow A Marsh. New York.
Harvey, Scuducr A Co, Boston.
NANCE A GLASSELL.
New York, jy 19—ly ___
/SOTTON BATS, of new manufacture, ior
sale at the COTTON FACTORY, at the
ywwt whelms Is fries. 8* *
PRY GOODS, Ac,_
tW G(K)DS.—In addition to our Tall sup
^ ply. we have just received a large assort
ment of WINTER STAPLE im> FANCY |
DRY GOODS, among which are new style
Mouslaines, Crap** Shawls, Blanket do., Crape
Scarfs. Cloaks, Talmas. Cloaking Cloths, Bom
basines., Alpacas. Black and Colored Silks.
Hoi'sKtiOLD Goods.—Linen Sheetings, Pillow
Case Linens, Table Diaper, Cotton Sheeting, Cot
ton Pillow Case Linens, Russia and Scotch Dia
per, English Whitney Blankets, belached and
brown Cottons. Table Napkins, Doyles, Al
lendale Quilts.
Foi; Skkvant s Wkau—Fulled Cloths, Plaid;
Linseys. Cotton Osnaburgs, Pen Plaids, also, a
large supply of Negro Blankets, all of which
will be soli! low lor cash, and to punctual custo
mers. fnov b] ASHBY, HERBERT CO.
I
F IMF FEY. PI RCELL & CO., dealers m ior
rign and Domestic Sol ions, corner K;iig
and Water sts.., upstairs, Alexandria, \ a.—W e
take this method of inlorming the trade that we
are now'in receipt of a large and well selected
stock ot FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NO
TIONS. which vvv Batter ourselves we can offer
on term> equal to any of the houses further North, j
As ours is the only strn'i’y ichileaaU Home in the '
( ily in thut !i>‘f oj basin ss, we call the attention
of the trade with confidence. Our goods have j
been carefully selected ami bought on the very j
best terms, and ali we ask an examination.— ;
As it is our object to build up a permanent busi- !
lies. here, we will he most happy to Jill any or
ders entrusted to us. aug 31
HOS 1 E R Y —Gents. Fancy Silk. Cotton.
Thread. Merino, and Lam’osvvool Hail ;
Hose; do. White Merino; Grey do: White.
Mixed, ar.d Pro Cotton do.; Ladies’ B!k. Nik, ;
Lambswool. Cashmere, Alpaca, and Merino,
do. White. Blk., Lead, P»ro. and Mixed l.otton
Hose: Children's Iilk. \\ tote, Bro.. Mixed, and
Lead Cotton Hose; do Grey. White, Blue. Scar
let. Drab. Green, Orange, and Maroon Cashmere
Hose: do. Fancy Plaid, White and Col d.Tucked i
Hose, received and lor sale by
sep no HARPER k McVElGH.
r|M) FARMERS AND PLANTERS —
| 73 pairs Seivants Blankets
3" pieces 3-1 and ♦> 1 ml! Cloths
•J4' " 3-4. 7-8 and 1-4 Linseys
h bales Brown Cottons and Osuaburgs
10 •• Cotton Batts
13 pieces Satinetts. Just received, and lor
sale low bv
act? ' TAYLOR he HUTCHISON.
IRAKIS CLOAKS AND TALMAS, a beau- j
lifu! assortment just received from New
York; also li pieces Ladies French Cloaking j
Ooias. all colors, and 73 pieces rich ( loaking !
Braids, lor sale low, bv*
.1, . ,•< /VI, a invi'f'lll.ViV
OCT • • I I a l oc m. iv |
C1ARPETINGS, RUGS, OIL, CLOTHS, Ac., j
J Ac., a beautilul assortment of the abo\e ;
Goods, received and tor sale by
no ii TAYLOR k HUTCHISON. ;
j i \ DOZEN YARN SOCKS, a portion of !
| \ ) them of superior quality, received and j
lor sale low bv
bov ii ' TAYLOR A HUTCHISON, j
• )i w v> v TWO BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS, in
• M I * r store and for sale bv
nov 8 G. K W IT ME R A BRO. !
s\l)in r.s, HAKNFSS. TRUNKS, Ac.
SADDLES. HARNESS. TRUNKS, Ac.— At
No. ns.—JAMES TASSAST respectful
ly inlorms the public that he has now on hand,
and will continue to keep at his Alexandria Man
ufactory, adjoining the Marshall House, an un
usually extensive and elegant assortment of
articles pertaining U> the SADDLING Bl Sl
NEsS. which he will sell whoiesah or retail as ,
cheap, it not cheaper than they can be bought
in the District or elsewhere. His assortment
comprises
SADDLES suitable for ladies and gentlemen in
gr*‘a* variety
BRIDLES with piufed am! st»*el bits do
MARTINGALES, Valises, Uaipet. and Saddle
Bags
HARNESS, suitable lor carriages, buggy s, wag
ons. carts, Ac.
WHIRS carriage and riding, some veiy elegant
TRUNKS, elegant hard leather, ami others, in
great variety
STIRRUPS, Bridle Bits, and Spurs, plated arid
steel, m great variety
SADDLE-TREES, Buckle’s. Trace and Halter j
(drains
SADDLE-UOYERS. Buffalo, and Buckskins, Ac. j
J. V. grateful tor the liberal patronage here
tofore conferred upon him. respectfully solicits
its continuance, being confident ot his ability to
please these in want of articles in his line.
FT Old Saddles, Harness, and Truuks. of all
kinds, repaired with neatness and despatch,
nov 14—tf j
/ 1 Seat excitement in new vork: |
I j PI A SOS AM) MELODEOSS FOR
CASH—HORACE WATERS, the wheat Music
and Piano Forte Dealer. Broadway, New
York, preferring to share a large per cent, with
his customers, rather than pay it to the Sharpers !
or Wall Street, to raise available means toena- j
hie him to stem the present tight times, oilers ins '
immense assortment ol elegant and warranted .
PIANOS and MELODEONS at a large discount j
from factory j/riccs, Jur ciish. His assoitment
comprises PIANOS from tiirkk of the largest j
AND MOST CELEBRATED BoSTO.N MANUFACTORIES ;
also, those of several of the best New \ork
makers, including the beautilul and much ad
imrcu HOR.UK WATERS UIAXOh hvvm nw
factory, and M K L O 1> K <> N $ of the
best Boston. New Haven, New ^ork, and |
Buffalo makes: affording an opportunity tor |
selections not to l»e had eisewhete. Each j
Instrument warkextkd. Second hand Pi
ANv 3 AT GREAT BARGAINS-I’UICFS trOOl W'D .
to $100. Music and Musical Instruments !
of* ail kinds. Dealers. Teachers, and Heaps
of Schools supplied on the l>e>t terms. Music
sent bv mail post paid. (General and Select j
Catalogues of Music and Schedule cl Factory j
prices of 1‘ianos, Melodeons, and Musical Instru
ments forwarded to any address, ir*-e ot postage. ;
New York, sep —d3n
(CABINET, CHAIR AND SOFA MAM-!
/ FACTORY.—The subscriber has on hand j
and will continue to manufacture, at his old
and well known establishment, corner ot Ao/g
ami Columbus streets, the greatest variety of Rose- ;
wood. Walnut. Mahogany, and common FUR
NITURE, (Antique, French, and Modern styles.)
ui the most fashionable and durable manner. j
Among which are a variety ol splendid Ma- \
hoganv. and Walnut Wardrobes. Bedsteads. Hr- j
rku’s! S»r as. Extension Tables, Sofa 1am.es, |
Sideboards. Dressing Iabi.es. Enclosed. l\\i>t. •
and Beaded Ktaceres, with all other articles to ,
correspond, of Tne first style and elegance.
Superb Cottage Sets, with and without mar- !
ble tops.
Also. Gilt, Mahogany. ant! Walnut and Gilt
Frame Mirrors, tor parlor and other purposes. 1
Feather and Spring Beds. Hair. Shuck, and
Shuck and Cotton Mattresses,&c.. all oi which ;
h** oilers on the most favorable terms. In addi- :
tion. he has constantly on bar d a gnat variety
ot common I I BNli l RE, at low prices. He
respectfully invites all persons to visit h IS exten- j
sive Furniture Rooms.
*ep os_dKm CHARLES KOONKS.
1 FRENCH WINDOW GLASS—The subscri- ■
^ her offers for sale To cash and short time
buyers, his large and well selected stock ot
FRENCH WINDOW A N I) ENAMELED
GLASS. &c.. at the lowest market prices. Ilav- I
ing unlimited facilities for obtaining a low and ;
uniform article, purchase!sordering by mail can
rely on having their orders carefully executed.
y . EDWARD P DICKIE,
144, Chambers street, New York, two doors
west ot Hudson Kivcr Rail Road Depot.
New York, oct 16—wtRj > __ _ j
/ T H E A P F U KN H U R E W A RE-ROOM S.— :
JAMES II. DE \ A L'twliy. corner of King
and Pitt streets, ovvosite the Marshall House. ftfX' j
andnu. la., UPHOLSTERER, CABINET,
CHAIR, BED AND N1ATTRASS MANU- j
FACTURER, keeps constantly on hand, Beds, i
Mattresses, Bolsters. Pillows, Bedsteads,
Tables, Chairs. Looking Glasses, Clocks, and I
a number of HOT>E FURNISHING articles, j
sep 21—tf |
1 AA tons SUMAC WANTED, by
XUv ^ 9 ftNWSLOl k M
_DRUGS, CHEMICALS. &♦»
T T ENRY'S INVIGORATING CORDL\L.
I j PURELY VEGETABLE IN ITS COM
POsTTION—This invaluable CORDIAL, is
extracted tfoni 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 tor which it is re
commended. and hence whilst it is presented to
the public, as an efficacious remedy, it is also >
known to be ot that character on which reliance j
may he placed as to its safety. In cases ot Im- j
potency.Ha*nmrrhage>. Disordered Sterlity, Mens- j
t mat ion. or Suppression of the Menses, Fluor i
Albus or for D E B I L I T Y arising from j
any cause, such as weakness from sickness, |
where the patient has been confined to bed for '
some Time, lor Females after ( onftnement, Abor* j
tion or Miscarriage, this Cordial cannot be ex
celled in its salutary effects; or in loas of Muscu- |
lar Energy, Irritability. Physical Prostration, ;
Seminal Weakness. Palpitation of the Heart. In
digestion. Sluggishness, Decay ot the Procreative
Functions. Nervousness, &c., where a TUNIC
MEDICINE is required, it will he found equal, il
not supenor to any Compound ever used.
TO FEMALES.—HENRY'S 1NYIGORA
TING CORDIAL, is one of the most imaluable |
MEDICINES in the many complaints to which i
Females are subject. It assists nature to brace i
tile whole system, checks excesses, and creates j
renewed health and happiness. Less suffering j
disease and unhappiness among Ladies would exist, !
were they generally to adopt the use of this COR
DIAL. Ladies who are debilitated by those dis- ;
eases which females are liable to. arerestoied by
the use of a bottle or two. to bloom and to vigor.
YOl'NG MEN.—Those diseases so fatal
to the existence ol man. (and it is the young !
who are most apt to become victims, from an
ignorance of the danger to which they subject1
themselves.) cause N E K Y Ol S DEBI1JT\. i
Weakness of the System, and Premature Decay, ;
Many of you may now* be suffering, misled as to !
the cause or source of disease. I o those, then
who bv excess have brought on themselves any
diseases creating Nervous Affections, or any |
other consequences of unrestrained indulgences,
lessening botti mental and bodily capacity,
-Hold! HENRY'S INVIGORATING COR
DIAL, a Medicine that is purely Vegeta
ble, will aid nature to restore those impor- ;
taut functions to a healthy state, and will
pro\e ol service to you. P possesses rare vir
tues. is a general remo\er of diseases, and
strengthener of the system: as a IONIC MEDI
CINE, it is unsurpassed. We do not place tins
CORDIAL on a tooting with quack medicines,
and, as is customary, append a long list ol Re
commendations. Certificates. \c.. beginning with
-Hear what the Preacher says." and such 1-ke; it
i* not necessary, tor "IIENR\ S IX\ iGOKA
T1NG CORDIAL." only needs a trial to prove
that it will accomplish ail w*e say.
THE GENUINE •'tlh.'ui > E> \
TING CORDIAL," is put up in SozPannel Bot
tles. and is easily recognized by the Manufactu
rer’s signature on the label 01 each Bottle, (to
counterfeit which is forgery.)
El/" Sold lor $2 p Bottle; Six for $*; $16
dozen.
17/* Prepared only by S. E. COHEN, No. 3
Franklin How. \ me St., below* Eighth. Philadel
phia, Pa., to whom all orders must be addressed.
For sale by PEEL N STH\ KNS. Wholesale
Agents tor the State ot Virginia, to whom orders
from the State must he addressed.
C.7* A liberal discount made to the trade anti
dealers.
For sale also by W. H. GILMAN, Washington
City. D. C. jan '.;7—dl y
EVER am* A G F 16.— Dr. EDWARD
A BLEED KERR S I A M D E D E MIX
'LI RE, tor the Fever and Ague, Chagres Fever,
Dvspepsia, and ail Billion* Affections. 1 he
proprietor ot This Medicine, will state, without
hesita’ion or fear of contradiction, that the stam
pede Mixture has cured more persons, where it
has been introduced, than am other medicine in
use lor the above diseases. 1 his Medicine lias
neither arsenic nor quinine in its composition;
all ot the ingredients are ot a perfectly healthy
character, am! highl) stimulating ami invigora
ting in their tendency. Persons while using this
Medicine will not he affected by exposure to
water or a damp atmospheie, any more than
when m their usual health. Planters in sec
turns of the country where the Ague prevails,
will do well to adopt this Medicine, as tue pa
tient is not obliged to lay by while under tieat
irienT, and they may be assured ot a Spkkoy ('run.
The proprietor could introduce thousands oi cei
tmeates from those of the highest respectability,
but prefers saying to the* sick—Buy oim bottle,
and you will have the infallible proof in your
self Full directions for its use accompany each
bottle. Certificates can be seen at the office,
showing where this Medicine has cured when all
others have failed.
For Dyspepsia and all other Billows ( om
plaints, iheie is not a better Medicine in the
market. It has also been taken with the most
astonishing success in several cases ot Rheuma
tism andGout; tor these complaints take a table
spoonfui twice a day. (hie bottle ot this Medi
cine verv often has the desired effect.
Price $1 j>er bottle. For sale by Druggists
in all parts of the U. States and Canada.
t I I I I* I 1 I _1 ww. . . . ♦ k/. m .1,1 roc L I t r\
A11 ft IlUinrtir V'i uno —- —
MEAD A BLKECKER. Sole Proprietors, !*
Broadway, New York.
Agents: PEEL & STEVENS, Alexandria.
Va. sep 4—dly
Drugs, &c .—
Assalcctida: Alum; Aloes; Annatto
Aniseed; Beeswax; Borax; Bi. Carb. Soda
Buchu; Blue Stone; Cream of Tartar: Catechu
Cochineal; Cubebs; Cloves: Capsicum
Cinnamon; Extract Logwood; Flaxseed
Flaxseed Meal: Gentian; Gamboge: Garlic
Horehound; Hellebore; Irish Moss; Iceland Mo.-s
Indigo: Juniper Berries; Jamaica Ginger; Kino
Lac Sulphur; Litharge; Mustard: Manna: Myrrh
Nutmegs; Orris Root; Orange Peel: Opium
Pennyroyal; Pinkroot; Prussian Blue; Quinine
Quassia; Rhubarb: Saltpetre; Sulphur
Tragacanth; Eva Crsi; Valerian Root
Washing Soda: Yellow Ochre; Zinc. Sulph, Ac
Received, and lor .•'ale bv
B. C. MAJOR. Apothecary. S. E. cor of
r.ov 13 King and Alfred streets.
HOPS, British Lustre. Horehound, Carmine,
Hooflands' Bitters, NeatsJbot (hi. Lustre
tor stoves. Cmber, Ethereal Oil, Alcohol, ( op
peras. Sj>oiige. Starch Polish, lor Linens, Ac.,
Transparent Shaving Soap, Lows White W ind*
>or Soap, Powdered Galls, Powdered Bayberry
Bark, Calabria Liquorice, superior Bay Rum,
Glass Funnels. Just received, and for sale by
R. It. STABLER. No. DT>, K ing-street,
corner of Washington. 1
[p* Sign of the Golden Bottle. unv 1 o j
11^ L are now receiving our tall supplies of
)| b U ESH D RI G s. M EDU 1SES, J > YE
SFl FfS. 1\1L\FS. OILS, 4r., which we have
purchased from large houses in New \ork and
Philadelphia, and selected with great care —
Country merchants and Physicians are respect
fully invited To call and examine our stock, be
fore going farther North.
Orders promptly attended To.
MORTON A CO., Wholesale Druggists. King
st.. below Eairlax, Alexandria, ^ a. sep IS
/SuiNN’S CELEBRATED WILD CHER
1 J RY PECTORAL, (the recipe of the late :
David H. Guinn.) for the cure of Coughs. Colds, ;
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hoarseness, Influenza. Irri
tation ot the Ihroat ar.d Breast, (roup, Relict
of Consumption. Ac.. Ac. For sale bv
nov 16 PEEL A STEVENS.
DRUGS, Ac.—
Pure Cod Liver Oil; Linseed Oil
Mired Dinglass; White Mustard Seed
British Lustre; Williams's Transpaient Soap
Rattleweed Root; Putty; fresh Hops; Gum Opium
White Ginger Root. Just received, and for sale
by JAMES ENTWTSLE, Jr , Apothecary,
'pov 14 opposite Sarepta Hall.
TJOILED LINSEED OIL; White Lead; Red
I ) Lead; Zinc Dryers; French Zinc White;
Black Lead in Oil, and Artist's Colors in tubes.
just received, and tor sale by
JOHN LEADBEATER,
1! mn lfi Stabler’s old stand. Fairfax-et.
117 RIGHT k CO: S SUPERIOR VAR
W NISH ES —Brown Japan. Furniture and
Hard Quick Drying Coach Body Varnishes, now
landing from Schr. Fairfax, and for sale by
JAMES ENTWISLE, Jb., Apothecary, j
aov i4 opposite Sarepta Hall.
BOOKS ASP STATIONERY.
■vyEW BOOKS FROM l> APPLETON & j
CO.—Ornumevtt: of ?twory, or B* aunee
of History. Romance and Poetry, with eighteen
elegant steel engravings, ljoai original designs ,
a large quajto volume, price in cloth, in mo
rocco. $10.
The Poetical Work* cf Samuel Butler, w ith Lite,
Critical Dissertation, ami Kxplanatory Notes,
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Just published, and lor sale by
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/ 1 RKAT AMFRICAN NOV KL.—I lie News
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'Hie Bible Reading Book, by Mis. •>*rah
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Ftitily Herbfit, or the Happy Home,by Maria
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Poetry Book tor Children, illustrated, 7b cts. j
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nov 10 No. l*b. King-street. 1
EW BOOKS FROM L1NDSA Y &
^ BLACKISTON.—Ciurwiin” on the S< ven
Chvrehes—Lectures on the Seven Churches of
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ol ’ Lectures on the Miracles, ’‘Parable.*, \c ,
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Thoughts, as paraphrased by ihe Poets, selected
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Bethuue, each, an octavo volume. Library style, j
SJ9
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Synonyms of the Sew Testament. being the sub- j
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Maps of JW; raska and Kansas Territory, show
ing the location ot the Indian Reserves, accord- ;
ing to tin* Treaties ol 1S54, compiled by (’apt.
S. Eastman, C. S. Army, practical Surveys. 77
cts. Just published, and tor sale hv
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VFULL REFORT, embracing all the evi- j
dence and arguments in the case of the
Commonwealth ot \ lrgmia vs. Ihonias Ritchie, j
Jr., price *25 cts.
Rules of the Court of Appeals from its es
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The Masonic Text Book, containing a hLtory
ol Masonry and Masonic Grand Lodges, lrom j
the earliest times, $l 25.
The Virginia Text Book ol Royal Arch Ma
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Acts ot the Gem-ial Assembly of Virginia, .
passed in 1-S53. 74. #1. V or sale by
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'I he Bush, by Airs Aloodie, author ot “Rough
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in paper. 5u cts.. in cloth. 75 ct>.
Roughing it in ihe Bush, by the same author,
the two volumes in one, hound. •>'!.
Beotrur. or the Fnknown Relatives, by Cath- j
erine Sinclair, fifteen'll edition, cloth, gilt. $1
The R'dt fui LiK. or ( laiule in Jeopardy, a
further history oi the daily • \pl«>its ol ( laud**
Duval. 25 cts Just published, and tor sale by :
nov lb 1 ROBERT BELL.
M() R E N EW B< )OKS A T F RE SC ITS j
Book and Periodical Uepoi.
ihe Poems of Thomas Davi?. with Notes,
Historical Illustrations, etc., and an introduction
by John Mitchell, 1 vol. complete, price of* cts
Christey s Plantation Melodies. No. 4, the
only authorized edition of genuine Christev s
Songs, price 12$ cts.
Airs Ann S. Stephens' new book on Crochet
and Fancy Knitting is selling rapidly; every
lady should ha.e one. price 75 cts.
All the new books on hand. nov 13
T^TEGROES WANTED — I wish to purchase
JX any number of NEGROES, tor which 1
will pay libera! prices. Those wishing to sell,
will uo well fo call on me before selling, at my
old stand, at W'est End, Alexandria. Ya.
aug IB—iitt JOSEPH BRUIN.
JACOB ROXBURY, 1J1I.0R. King street, •
North side, next to Robert Bell's Book Store. !
©ce 21—tf
•#
COOTSj SHOEJ», HATS, CATS, Ac.
1TK0M THE MANUFACTURERS IN
< KEW ENGCaND-^105 <u®B6 asdCa*
loosa-BOOTS, SHOES. HATs*. CAPS. Ar.
&c.—Hr. A. HARPER * CO., Aterandrw, la.,
September, 1 **04. have the pleasure to announce
to their customers an«i dealers generally, He ar
rival by Packets Charm, Loduskia, and Village
(iem, of their fall stock, comprising the largest
and most desirable assortment ot GOODS ever
offered in this market, and having been pur
chased direct of the manufacturers in New Eng
land, under the most favorable circumstances—
they are prepared to offer as great inducements
as can be found in any of the Northern cities—
They invite attention to the following as com
prising a part of their stock, viz-—
Men’s thick double sob- Boots, d-11. ST‘J. A‘*-l 4
Do Hungarian Tup do do
Do Napoleon do do
Do Kip, Calf. Goat, and Grain do
Do Calf. Imitation Stitch. Cork Sole, double
M»ie Vamp, and double sole do
Do line French Call hall sole and welted do
Boy’s thick double sole do
i>(» Napoleon, Hungarian and Tap do
Do Kip, Call and Grain do
Youth's thick double sole do
Do Calf. Kip. and Grain do
Children's Calf, Kip. and Grain do
Men's thick double side 0-1 i.S-l’.'.A Oil Biogaiis
Do Planters’ do
Do Tap Sole and Nailed do
Do Kip. (’alt. Goat and Buff do
Do KusaCtt 1 hick do
Do Calf. Oxford. Buttoned, Congress
and Hungarian do
(lorn Elastic Goods, consisting of men's Over
Shoes and Sandals: ladies Buskins and Slips.
(Canton lined;) do Long Boots; Misses Sandals
and Buskins.
Ifv'They have taken more than usual pains in
the selection ol their stock ot Mats and ( ap>.
consisting ot men s Silk. Angola. Brush, Napo
leon, and oilier styles, with a general stocky ot
men’s •Slouch, Wool, Fur. Panama, black Kos
suth. Velvet Trimmed, Rockland. “Know-Noth
ing.” Ravel. Young America. Artist, Hippo
drome, and other styles.
Men’s, boy sand children’s Navy, Army,Paris,
Sc other style* fashionable Cloth & Glazed ( a pa.
*JoU() lb>. Shoe Thread, assorted.
*<f>*> Travelling and other 1 ruuks.
All ot which they offer to the trade, and so
licit a call lioni all in search of bargains.
VV. A. HARPER A CO..
nen 1'{—eoim Prince street Wharf.
TOBACCO, SEUARS, &o.. Ac.
rilOBACCO. SEGARS AND SNI FFS.—
I ;;o hales of Cuba Tobacco
o cast s Connecticut Seed Leaf Tobacco
i,w, x- lirnK hn*» rut Srnnk
iug Iobacco
ji) •• •• Yellow Bank do '•
;,u .1. Anderson's line out ( hewing do
■a) •• W. f’. Hill's Oronnka Smokingdo
bu boxes Pipes and Pipe Heads
Havana Sugars, (various brand*)
*j(i.diii) Principe
70,1)1(0 Cuba
:,0.imw) German importation Sugars
on.oOO Half Spanish do
ino.ooo Common do
W. E. Ganett h Sons & Peter Lorillards
Macoaboy. Scotch, and Rappee t^N l 1* 1* S. m !><•■
tles. iars, bladders and paper*. For sale by
I. BUCKINGHAM.
a(ilr o—,}‘>m cor. of Prince and Union-sts.
SEGA IIS. (’HEWING TOBACCO, AND i
SNUFFS, OF THE VERY FINEST
• fl ALITY.— The subscriber, /// his old stand.
\orth Fast corner of Kmc and Fairfax streets. ,
(sms ok riiE Indian Chief, with a &gur in Ins
amuth.) bason hind, and constantly keeps, arti
cles of the very finest quality, in ids line, also,
medium and !<av priced Goons. And he flatters
him elf, that an expni. no- of upwards ol .‘>0
consecutive years at Ids business, renders his
judgment in bis line, -some
ll you want good Segar-», ( hewing I obacco.
Snuff'. tAc., at fair prices, call at the sign ot the
Indian Vhief. N. E. cornn of King and Fainax
Sts. [sf-p-.'ri] CHARLES P. SHAW.
r|TOBACCO, SUGARS, S N U F F. he.., at
I Wholesale.—
Merchants are particularly inv ited to examine
m\ stock. Having for many yeais directed my ;
undivided attention to the sale and mammo tm
ingol TOBACCO and SE<*ARS. I flatter myseit
that I can and will make it to the interest ot the
trade generally, to give me their patronage. I
promise to be satisfied vvitn moderate advances,
and to do fully as well as can be done in Bulti- ,
more or elsewhere. Call and gi\p the new
house a trial. GEO. R. COtTKOlH.
South side King st.; between Fairfax & Water,
mb I
WILLIAM a. II \RT.
Wholesale and lUtail Dealer in Seems. Tobacco, K .
riTilE SUBSC RIBER t • as removed his Store j
from Kmc to Fairfax street, next d<xr to Dr. |
Ixadiieater's Drue Store, the old stand of Stabler h
Urn., and he can with confidence say, that his j
stock is larger and better than it has ever been;
indeed, the quality ol his SEGA JUS AND 1 O- ,
BACCO is as good as ever was in ihi> market, i
and he pledges himselt to st-ll them as iovv a* ■
can be bought in any market, the price and j
quality considered. a D *- '•J
FANCY ARTICLES, &o.
M usical instruments and jew- i
ELRY.—On hand, an assortment of cele
brated PIANOS, from four different manufacto
tories ol the highest estimation, of which pur
_ 1___ . .. »<% R a « i. a .ro nt cut I w 1 V . Ii if
I liu^ I o ilia » lut.v « * ■ V V
their own taste.-; sold at maimlacturer- price*, 1
and warranted Al.-o, an extensive assortment
oi VIOLINS, amongst them some old rarities,
viz (’reiriona, Gwainerius, and Andre Steiner;
Melodeajjx, ol the last improved styles—Guitars,
Flutes, Fites, Clarionets and Accordeons. ol
,.\ery size. Also. a large a*»>o»tment ol the new
style JEWELRY. WATCHES. AND CLOCKS
\V \T( HKS carefully repaired and warranVd.
R A SC I IF. ,V PFLCEGER.
sop 3 opposite Sarepta. Hall, K'ng-**.
rilKRRA COTTA CHINA AND PARIAN
I WARE VASl'.S. a larg -lot. all s:/•**. Ink
Stands, Segar IRdders. Pi <'her>. .Match Boxes.
Mustard Jars. Card Baskets. Cologne Bottles,
Heads for Dolls, (hips and Saucers. Mugs: also,
another lot of tho-e China Babie>. ju.-t received,
at BERRY k BLA KEMORK/S.
nov 13 No. i J. King-street.
Inn BOXES FIRE CRACKERS, just re
M f •« ) reived, hy
BERRY k BLAKF.MORF.,
nov 1^ No ■/.?. King street.
ra * HR EE PLY COLLARS, in handsome
I sf.ies; aKo. Satin Stock-, of good finish,
aivvavs on hand, and for sale bv
nov Hi if. B. WHITTINGTON k CO.
I^lil SUES—Hn:r. Cloth. Shoe, Treiii. Nail,
y Hat. Comb, (’riirnli ami Di.-Nrig BmsniN:
also. Feather Dusters, received, and ior sale bv
nov i i H. B. WHFFTLNGTON k Co
STOVE*, T|\ WAKE, Ac.
STOVES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!- The sub
sc; ihi*rs are now receiving a! the Alexan
dria Stovf. Depot, theii tall sepply of $ TO J 'KS.
which have been caielidly selected lrom the
Northern nianuiactorie.-. and which. for beauty
and economy. ar<* unsui passed by any in ih»*
FnitedStale*. We would name in pnit our
Cooking Stoves for Wood and Coal.—The
Empire State; Alexandria Air Tight: Black
Diamond; \ ictory; Palm: Blue Ridge: Queen of
the West; Banner: Premium; Old Dominion;
Fashion of Troy. kc.
Dining Room Stoves.—Shepherd's Patent, for
wood or coal, Wager's ditto.
Parlors.— Littlefield s Gas Burners, for Par
lors and Offices; Italian Air Tight; Saratoga;
Circassian: Peruvian: Persian; Feinour; Radi
ators: Sell Regulators: Boston Tops and Ba-»es;
Portable Grates, kc.. kc..
With a iarge assortment of other Goods apper
taining to the trade, to which we invite public
inspection, feeling confident that they will com
pare favorably with any house south of Phila
delphia. SHEPHERD & ROBINSON.
Successors to Beli k Bridges,
sep 20_south west cor. King k St Asaph sts.
MCINTOSH’S HOwTriThOCSE, inward
etrebt, Baltimore.
JOHN McINTOSH, Proprietor
B&ltuaort, aug 14-.—
groceries &■€._
TipVEKlH TcHAMBERLAllf. WHOLE
\ I S.JZ.E GROCERS, />.»« urat J *»-/•
;&*•>«, are now in receipt of
portion of their fall stock of G ROCER IF... A .
to which thev invite the attention of tbeir <’i,
tomeVi# andtnvrchants generally, visiting bis
market. Consisting in part as follow*
12d hhds. New Orleans, Porto Kico, aud < ub.i
Sugars , ,
o.«, hoxemnd barrels No. 1 loaf, eriisuft, sod
pulverized Sugars
120 bbls. Granulated Sugar
l Id hogsheads and tierces Musco, Porto Kico
Cardenas, and Sugar Houm* Molasses
j7d bbls. New Orleans
l<Hi •• Sugar House Syrup
37d bags Rio, Laguyra' Angustora an<l Java
Co flee u
halfchests Gunpowiler. Imperial, Wm« Hv
son and Black Teas, of medium and
prime quality
lid boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candle*
jdu k* Tallow
ldo « Rosin Soap
7d *• Toilet *k
100 »• Pearl Starch
15t > kegs pure Lead
Vdu bags Shot, assorted numbers
1.000 lbs. Bar Lead
doo reams single and double Wrapping I aper
17d •* Ruled Cap and Letter
/ d " I ca
2d bales Soft Shell Almonds; 100 boxes assorted
Candy: IdUdo. Indigo; 100 kegs and boxes Sup. ,
Carb. Soda: 100 bags Pepper. Pimento and Race
(linger; Id ca>ks old Madeira Wine; 3d do. do. j
Port do.; 7d do. Brown and Pale Sherry do.; 40
do. Sweet Malaga do.: 2d do. Burguuda Port do.;
Id baskets Champagne do.; bd tierces (. idcr
Vinegar, with a very' large and general assort
ment ol old Cognac Brandie-.; Jamaica Spirits;
Old Rve Whiskey; N. K. Ruin; Cherry. Black- ;
berrv. Raspberry,’and Ginger Brandies: kc Kc.
Merchants will tind it greatly to their advan
tage to examine our stock ol GOODS beloie
making tbeir purchases.
sep Id McVKIGH Ac CHAMBKKLAIN. !
1\0BIRT H. HI NTON. GROCER JSD :
{ G E A E R J L COMMISSIOX ME II■ j
CIUXT, Union street, amt Daingt-rjuM'f WharJ.
.ilexantlria. La., is now receiving per Schrs.
Village Gem. and Arctic, a jvortion ol his ia!l
siipplv ot GROCKRIKS. to which he invites the
attenti u: «>l dealers. Ills stock consists m part
ol-—
1 no hhds. N. O. P. R 3rid Cuba Sugars
12d packages loai. crushed, and pulverized do
7d bids. A and B Coffee
jiin bids. N (> bl'iiasses ami ronianu
2*>< >ba<r§ Kit*. u!d Government and Laguyra
P5 ’
('offer
175 packages Gunpowder, Imperial, \ oung Hy- j
son and Black leas
•jd:> hoxe* Jenny Lind, Fig. i lb lump and 55
Tobacco; gno.inH* imported and domestic Se
g:ti>. 175 barrels pure Old Rye and Common
WHISKFA; 5 pipes pure French BRANDY;'
v-j octaves pure French BRANDS; f> h'e
gallon demijohns French Brandy, Otard, Dupuy
Go 's vintage, 1M !; 5u baskets Champagne,
Heidsick and other brands; 15 quarter casks
fun* Old Madeira, leneriffe, and Slurry W ines; 1
pipe pure Holland Gin; 1 pipe old Scotch Y\ his*
key; 50 bids, domestic Brandy, Rum, Gin, and
Cordial*, with a lull assortment ofsmall articles i
such «t* Mace; ( assia; Gram Pepper. Allspice, Ac.
sop 2*2—tf
Ol (. \KS. hi — |
^ 05 hhds. Porto Rico and New Orleans Sa j
gars
]5u bo\e< and barrels double refined loaf,
crushed, pulverized, granulated, and A and i
B ( (dice Sugars
l5ii bids. New Orleans Molasses
25 hhds. Trinidad do
55 bbl*. extra golden Syrup: 3o bbls. Bleached
Winter. Crude Whale, and 'Tanners Oil; d<»0
bags Rio. Jamaica, Laguyra. and Java Coffee;
l»:o ball che>t> extra line, fine and medium (run- ,
powder. Imperial. Young Hyson and Black Teas; j
boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Mould Can
dies: ioo boxes Black and Yellow Soap, just re j
reived, and in slore.Jor sale by
sep 14 FI*EMING A DOUGLASS.
DA: S. BLACKLOCK are now receiving
# p« i packets irom Boston. New Y oik. and !
Philadelphia, their Fall pun bases of GROC E
RIFS WINKS, BRANDIES. DOMESTIC 1.1
qCORs. Ac., ail ot which have been purchased
at very low prices. They would invite Mer
chants and others to call and examine their
stock before the* make th« ir purchase*
oct 1 —eotf
1 JITTER AND CHEESE.—
y 15 boxes Cheese
5< u lbs trc*h Butter
No. 2 and 5 Mackerel, and Codfish, receiv
ed. and lor sale bv
nov 7 THOMAS DAVY
XrO. i MACKEREL.—
2<i qr. hb!s put up.-xpressly for family use
Pi half bbls. No. 2 - “ “ w u
15u obis. No. 5; also. 150 bbls. Nova Scotia
Herring for sale by M. EEPR1DGE.
nov 15 l iiioii Wharf, i
AlSlNS.—75 boxes lre*h Bunch RAISINS, j
\ in whole, half, and quarter boxes, juit re
ceived. and for sale by
T. .\i. M< COR MICK A CO.,
nov ] l Theatra Building.
Hume, marshall a ward are now
receiving their fall supply of GROCK- ;
K1I.S. comprising the Lest articles evpr offered
for family u.*e. which they will sell on The mod
accommodating terms. nov 7
I w | SAC KS Ashton. Marshall, and ’
| (m M ) Giound Alum SALT, just received. ;
and tor sale hv
nov h HUME. MARSHALL A WARD.
V'ASTERN H ERRING bbl*. No. 1
J j Pickled Hkurjm;. just received from East- •
port, bv Brig *\S. C». Bass, and for sale by
oct 07 FOWLE A CO. j
»]ii i Vi' )XEs d. M Baker’s Superior Louisa
^v r County TOBACCO. warranted a splen
did article just received, and tor sale bv
oct k 1 KL\( HELOE A CO. No ‘2~ Kmgst.
(<Oi 1 EES.—t Hd Gov. Java, Old Maricaibo
} and Old White Uio CoiTees, for sale by
T. M. MrCORMK K A CO . i
oct J • Theatre Building.
I) AKER’S FLOl'R.— 1 f>i> bbls. Baker'sSuper
y Fine and Extra Flour. ’ Blue Ridge’ and
• Roekiugiidui Brands, tor sale bv
nov i FOWLE A CO.
$ tLOVER y KKI)—7ch> bushels CLOVER
SEED, part very superior, lor sale by
J. McCORMICK. Jr., S. E. corner of
nov T King and St. Asaph-sts. •
k BOXES JACKSON’S MOULD UAN
( v f DLLS, to arrive by Schr. Wm. R. Gcun.
am! !<u sale by
wt dl CAZENOVE A CO.
inn BUMIELS CORN MEAL
i \ F v ) b'jars prime BriTKit
kM bn!*. Apples*. just r» c?*ived. and for
sale b y [nov V 1 GREEN. SETTLE A CO.
X/ ki W k SACKS G. A. SALT. Factory
*/* M M f filled, ten to the ton. of r**cent and
direct irnportations, in store, and tor sale by
‘-'7 FOWLE A CO.
• V PACKAGES of Chewing Tobacco, of
Mm ' ' Lynchburg manufacture, chmre quality.
for sale by
nov M* HUME. MARSHALL A WARD.
~i i CHLSl S extra fine Gun Powder, Black,
*)\F and other TEAS, just received, and for
sale by
nov7 HUME. MARSHALL A WARD
\)/ v BOXES Palma. Rose, Almond, and other
fine washing SOAPS, just received, and
for sale bv
nov 7 ’ HUME MARSHALL A WARD.
X T IERCES New Crop Rice, just received,
f) and lor sale by
nov v HUME. MARSHALL A WARD.
X/ \ AAA BSGARS, ©f superior quality
e/v *»*./! M I j1** received, <gid for sail* by
nov 8 HUME. MARSHALL A WARD.
A/ \i \ SACKS Marsoall’s Fine Salt, re
mm v v ceived this dav, and for sale by
oovr w FLEMING A DOUG LAIS.
groceries _
TyNeTBUCHNER * CO, wbolisalf
GROCERY MERCHANTS, y W ar**
(if fo*K and IC'Urr Mrttf, Alexavdbu. ' a
nr*” receiving a *erv large addition to their stryk
ot GROCERIES, which they otter to the trade
very low Their etock consists in part as ml
lows, viz :—
loOhbdi. P. R . Cuba, and V 0. Migars
^■{j bbis. and boxes Loat. I rushed, I ulvcn
ird ami small N. O. L*»at Sugar?*
050 bb!>. A., B and C. Coffee Sugars
lOObbds. P R. and Muscovado Molasses
•jnnbbls. N O. do
I(*) •• Sugar House Syrup
ft*) bags Rio. Laguayra, and Java Coffee
pmt halt chests Gunpowder, imperial, H.,
and Black Tea* ^
30 bhls. Lamp. Crude, \\ haie. and 1 anners
Oil _ „
150 boxes Adamantine and Sperm Candle*
Ihi) kegs pure white Lead, Lewis and other
brands
310 bags Shot, assorted numbers
1000 lbs. Bar Lead
Safety Fuse and Kentucky Rifle Powder
liX) coils lute and Cotton Rope
50 dozen lied ( ords and Leading Lines
1UU hove* Brown and Black Soap; 100 do.
Toilet and Castile Soap: ft) bales Wrapping
Twine; ft.*o reams Wrapping Paper; Assorted
Stock of Foolscap and Letter Paper, and Letter
Envelopes; ft) boxes Pearl Starch; Soft Shell
Almonds and Raisins; IHO boxes assorted and
Rock Candy; *Jt» boxes Indigo and big Blue,
&c. They invite the especial attention ot the
Country Merchants to their very large supply,
assuring them they will h.se nothing bv giving
them a call. sep PJ—eotf
1>()ACH WASHINGTON. GROCERY
[ and COMMISSION M E RCUJJS TS,
i mon street, north <>f A ,'tng, Alexandria. Va., are
now in receipt 01 a well selected stock of GRO
CERIES and LIQLORS. to which they invite
the attention of dealers generally, consisting iu
part as follows, \ 1/. —
75 hhds. N O.. P R . and Cuba Sugars
50 packages double refined Loaf. Crush
cd, Pulverized, and A. B. and C. Sugars
1<H) bags Rio. St. Domingo. Laguyra.
Marricabo, and Old Gov. Java Coffees
75 bbl*. New Orleans Molasses
05 iialf‘chests Gunpowder. Imperial, Y.
H . and Black Teas, w hich we w an ant
a* represented or no sale
75 butts .Vs. 8 s, and 0) lumps, and Cav
mulish Tobacco [superior)
100.)**) Segars, various brands, (part very
SCNDRIKS.—Sj*erm. Adamantmeaml Mould
Candles; Brown, Black. \ el low, ioilet, fancy,
and Castile Soaps Cotton. Manilla. Grassland
Jute Rope; Ibd Cords and leading Lines;
('an. Letter, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes;
.... 1 ..1 . • __ _i
Wrapping ivvine. ruum, in j«»«*
bladders; Colgate's No. 1 and Peal l Starch; pure
tiesii and Mipenoi Ground C oflee; Giam Pepper;
Ground Pepper; Ground and Race Ginger. All*
spire; Clove*: Nutmegs. Mace. Cinnamon; Mus
tard; Baking Powders; Pipes,and <»erman Pipe*;
Window Glass and Puit\; Copper a*.; Alum.
>ep i.r> ROACH At WASHINGTON.
rp A. BKKW1S \ CO. are now receiving
| 9 from New ^ ork, Philadelphia, and Balti
more. a well selected stock ol GRO( KKIKS
and LICJCORS, which they will silvery low,
for CASH, or on the usual credit to punctual
customers. Their slock consists in part as fol
low*, \ i/:
P. U., N. O and Cuba SCGAK
P R and N O. MOLASSKS
Java. Rio. and Laguayra COKFKK
Gunpowder, Imoel.. H.. and Black l KAS
Loaf, ( rush**d. and Powdered Si GAR
Sperm. Ailrnantiiie. and Mould l andles; Ha
vana. Principe, and b Spanish l igars; Saunder s
Gold Leaf. Know Nothing, Oriental, ai d other
superior Chewing Tobacco; G. Alum art! fine
Salt; Mackerel; Potomac Herrings. Bacon and
Lard: Rice; Burnt and Ground Coffee; Castile,
White, Variegated, and other superior Toilet
Soaps; Cinnamon. Allspice. Nutmegs. Clove#*.
Mace, and every article in a grocery stoie. to
gether with a choice select'on oi Brandies,
Whiskeys, Wines. \r. C ameron stnet, oppo
site tlie Market House. sep 'J
KILL, BROWN N PARTLOW are now
receiving from ihe northern markets a
large and well selected stock o! prime h+iNl
LY (illOCKlUKS, which they oiler on accom
modating terms tor cash. or on usual time to
punctual dealers. 1 heir stock consists in part
ot the follow mg articles:
Porto Rico and N. Orleans Sugars, fair to prime
New Orleans. Porto Rico ai d Cuba Moiasset
Java, Rio and Laguira CoH»-e
Gunpowder. Imp* rial and \ <>ung 11 y-on 'l e as
Loaf, crushed, pow*lered. and granulated Sugars
Adamantine am! Tallow ( andles
Steam Refined Sugars, A. B and C
Sal .‘Flatus; Sal S< da: Leather; Starch; Indigo
Herrings; Piaister; Giound Alum Salt
Ashtons Salt; Guano; Clover an«s Tmioth) S*ed;
Blacking: Blacking and Whitewashing B* sL >;
Lime. tVc.. Ate.
Wheat, Corn. Flour, and all /.\ndt of Country
produce sold at highest market rates, and *>n the
usual commission. Goods received and forwar
ded lor country merchants with promptness and
dispatch. aug
VTTF.NTIOX FA RM K US.— W1LLMM
Ji. G'/.fc7»COC’A'. {Late of the Muiiholl
House. JUeruudrxa. I a.)—General ( on* mission
and Forwaiding Merchant, corner ol Prince ?r:U
Cnion street*, and immediately on the Rail
Road. Alexandria, respectfully solicits consign
ments ol r lour. (»raili. ai d pi oil lire. 0! «»v* i v
description, promising ali the satisfaction whuL
a diligent and taitlilul attention to the ir.t»*»eM©
ol ins patron** ran ensure.
jy 2'.< WM R. GLASSCO< K.
/ 1 KEEN. SETTLE \ CO., have just n-ceiv
\ Jf »d their tall .stock of GROCERIES, con
sisting of a Urge and well selected .stock ol most
ot the articles in mat line. To which they invite
the attention of countiy dealers. 1 hev have
also on hand COTTON YARN, OS N A EEROS.
Ac., manufactured at F.ln: Factory, Falmouth.
Va . and lor sale af factory prices. ort •>
1> AIMNS. —‘2M'i boxes New* Crop Kajm.vs,
ibis day. landing, and for sale low. by
S. Ml INN A SON.
nov in .lannev s Wharf.
4 HALF ! II'ES *♦! old Champagne and Lon
don i)ock Brandies, jus? received, and for
sale by
nov b HEME, MARSHALL k WARD.
(1HEE.SE—oU boxes prime English Dairy
j Cuekse, in small boxes, for family use. tor
*ale by S. SHINN k SON.
nov l<) Janney’* Whaif.
** rv BAGS OLD GOV JAVA. PORTO
i .) RICO AM) COSTA KIC 0 COFFEE*
just received, and lor sale by
nov 7 HEME. MARSHALL k WARD.
(10RN MEAL.— I<o» bushels irebii CORN
j MEAL, in store, and lor sale by
T. M. McCORMICK k CO.,
nov 11 Theatre Building.
VPPLKS — *0 bbls. APPLES; also. *20 fir
kins BETTER. ju-t received from the
(. ountrv, arul for sale bv
nov 2 ADDISON k HOWARD.
|,)/UV LBS. OF COEN PRY HAMS, of
I M * superior quality, ju.-t received and
lor sale by
nov n HUME, MARSHALLk WARD.
rilEAS.—A very superior article ol Gun Pow
| der and also other brands of Tea; for wle
by T. M McCORMICK k CO,
19 Theatre BuMiftf
1 t SACKS G. A. SALT, cargo Schr.
Albi Albon, landing this dav. and
ferule by [oct 31] CAZEXOVE k CO
ALOI of Buckwheat Meal and Crar.ber
riep. received, and for sale by
nov 7 THOMAS DAVY
X/4 BOXES superior Kngliph Dairy Cheeea,
p)\f daily expected, by
nov fc HUME, MARSHALL k WARD
1 i~*/ 4/ 4 SACKS Liverpool Fine Salt, daily
1 * ) V* / «*?*<*«!, and for sale by
octCT _FOWLF^A 00.
1 AA BUSHE1-S CLOVER~SEED, jus? r*
11)\J •♦Ived. and for tale bv
»<rv • •R1LN SUTTLE A 00

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