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V01 j y ' NO- -7l! Alcxan'a. tiaaette A Virginia Advertiser, rCXLlSHXD D.VILX I V EDGAR SNOWDEN* At Kighl Dollars pci sunum. pavahU* halt yearly. Aleaan a. Cim*et777Tlrg7ula Advertiser. ifor the cor\TRY 1 IS fVHLISHKt*. RRMLVRIO. OW TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS. At Fiv«* Dollars p*r annum, payable iu advance. Tkkus iW AbVRKTWiVi.—Advertisements not «*xcwdii>S square, ms. rt.-d three times f..r mu* d-.llar. Adver tisements continued after three t:in*-s. for bO certs a square roii sxCH ix^KRTi >\ or lb cent* OUTSIDE.-— Sixteen lin.-s arc counted a> a square. Advertisements bv the year, at prices to W agreed upon, having re ft* re ace to the usual amount of space they may Persoas advertising by the year not to advertise articles not included in their regular business, nor to insert In Artr dwtiKWtr any otEwr aa—«w dm nwr ova. JOB PRINTING Neatly executed, with despatch, at the Office of the A LEX A NURIA GAZETTE, Convex of lYuv't. and Fair tux streets, ALEXANDRIA, VA. PAMPHLETS. BUSINESS CARDS. CIRCULARS, TICKETS, HANDBILLS. BLANKS, ac.. ac., of WARRANTS, EVERY DKSCUU’TiON, printed At the shortest notice, and upon as rea sonable terms as at any office south of the Poto mac. , . .,, t Orders lor any description o! Printing will be received and executed in the handsomest style! We have just received a large addition to our assortment ot JOB TYPE, which will euable us to give satisfaction in the execution ot ail or ders with which we may be favored. nov lo—tt _ ___ R E G U L A R LINE NEW YORK AND j» ALEXANDRIA PACKETS, ^at Composed of first class Vessels, which leave New York every Satusuay. or oftsner. \f no esrury. The packets are built expressly tor tins trade, and are commanded bv well known and experi enced masters. Shippers by this line will be afforded every possible lacility, ireignt wil betaken at the lowest rate*. The above vessels wiil *ail regularly as adver tise, (lull or not full,) and will come through direct. For freight apply to STEPHEN SHINN X SON, Jannev's Wharf, Alexandria. ST URGES, CLKARMAN X CO.. 2!_ti 110 Wall street. New ^ ork. PHILADELPHIA AND » ALEXANDRIA PACKETS. RemJar Lute to sad positively from eu< It port et't/ y treek throughout the season Fite substantial fast sailing ve.sseU being now engaged in this Line, one ot them wiil salt tor Philadelphia, every week without tail. Returning, one ot these Packets wit l leav el hi! adelphia, for Alexandria and the District, every Saturday, positively, through the year. F reigfus lower than by any other conveyance, and no transhipment, the vessels going direct trom j>oi. i»#rt. F’or Freight apply in Philadelphia to LEVI kldridhf:. No. 7, North Wharves, or to STEPHEN SHINN Ac SON. up n <K J annex's Wharf, Alexandria. Va. *3, * MOTT BEDELLS n LIXE OF PACKETS. Leave Sew York weekly, or oft e Her. if required, for Alexandria. Iu., (teofgrtoicn and H ash ington, I) C. These vessels are commanded bv experienced Masters and Shippers can depend on their sail ing regularly. Freight taken at reduced nr*s. For lurther particulars inquire ot MOTT BEDELL Ac CO.. lut Wall street. New York. New York, nih \fv— 1 aw ! y _ rt FOR BOS'PON.—The new and superior jgjjBrig EYERGREES Pattingall. master, will have dispatch for the above port. ^ For freight apply io [nov D>] FO^LE Ac lO. WASHINGTON ^ ALEXANDRIA ,S?C FE R R Y B OA TS.— The STEA MBOA TS GEORGE PAGE and UNION leave for Wash ington, EVERY DAY, from the foot of King Meet. JAMES GUY,Captain. aug 31 —tt WASHING PoN N D A LEX AN DR1A .uSSacSL B! >A Ps —KkDt cTioN ok Fare to b ckstsi.— l he fine Steamers GEORGE UASHIXGTOX and THOMAS COLL YER. have reduced their Fare to i cents, between the two citie-c. leaving tueir berth at Dainge rtield's wharf at the usual hours. JOB CORSON. mfoo__Tf s. GKDNF.Y, Captains. FOR B A L TI MO R L—Tw “ OS('EOI~L " being in thorough repair, has resumed her reguiai trips between Washington. Alkxanihua am> Bai.ti mohk. leaving Washington, at *, and Ai kaan* l>g(A at 8 o'clock, regularly on Tuesday mornings: returning, leave Baltimore Thursday evenings, at 4 %rloCK. She will stop, going and returning at Leo aardtown, St. Mary’s County. >f. Mary’s river. St. Inigoes, KinsaJo. Yeocouiico, Westmoreland Countv. Cone River, anti ail the usuai landings on the Potomac. FREIGHT and PASSAGE at the usual rate>. ITF rei^ht tor Baltimore received on 1 uoa dav mornings. S. SHINN A SON. Agents. mv x_tt Janney’s YV hail. t— FOR BALTIMORE.—The Stea MJIRYUIM) if* now running regularly between Alkxvxdria am* Baltimore. stopping at the regular landings on the Poto mac. Leaving Alexandria ev*ry Monday ♦norning at 7 o'r/ok, and Baltimore retry HVrf nesday ev*nuig, at »> oriole. F KLlGll l received iu Alexandria. on Saturday*, and in Laltimoie, .on Tttesdny* and WtdHt&layt. ALL WAY FREIGHT must be paid by the Shippers. S. SHINN & SON, Agent., mh i s_tf Jannev s W nart mmm STEAMER I'OLCMBIA.— This r^3Baifav orite steamer ha\ ing been put m complete repair, will commence her regular trips between this place ami Baltimore.leaving Uilti more every Saturday evening, commencing on the 18th instant, and Alexandria, every Wednes day morning, at 7 o’clock, touching at the van — landing* on .he river, ^onre.glj.- apply «« ty* Ml way freight, must be paid at the time _ .«*»*-** GUNS. RIFLES, AND PISTOLS—The subseril>er is now receiving his tall supply of double and single (*l NS. ot ail sizes and quality; also. RIFLES am. PISTOLS. Colt s Repeaters, Allen’s Revolvers, Ac; Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, Game Bags, Powder. Shot and Caps, of every description, and everything appertaining to the Sportsman s use. Gentlemen in want of a good GUN will find it to their ad vantage by giving me a call before purchasing •elsewhere. _ . , QPGUNS and RIFLES made to order, and Mt»ATttivn dona wPh neatness and dispatch. All work warranted. JOHN FORNSHIL,^ Royal-street, near the Market, Alex., Va. ,fp 1 —dO so 1 _ _ AMUEL w PF.PPER. successor to Henry J. Pepper if Son, H A*ICHES, JEW ELR1. and SILVERWARE, No. 175 Chestnut street, (of^oaiie the State House,) Philadelphia. Philadelphia, my 29—ly_ /va IMA J. S. Welsh’s superior, first pro &~Mnr*S3BVte.*' OUANGK am. ALEXANDRIA KAIL ROAD. • jgasdc^: *^r»3fc2ua■ .is** . . «■ p. .■ •» >*• >- . 4«. a ' *• »•**-»« ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. NOVKM /> FA' 7//#. 1 N> t. the Cars leave A LEX A X l)Kl A daih lor GORDONSYILLE and interme diate Station*, at 14 o> fork. .7. M.. on tin* arrival of the Boat from WASHINGTON, giving am ple time tor BRK^KFjlsT on Ward: connect ing at Mana».vis Junction with a train tor sf UASIU’RG; at Warranton Junction with a train tor WAKRENION. and at liOKDOXS VILLK with train* on the \ irginia Centra! Kail Road lor Richmond. (’liAiu-orrnsviu.K/and Stavn ToN. The Cars leave GORDONSYILLE daily tor ALEXANDRIA and intermediate Station*, at l before 17 o clock. M, on the arrival ot the Trains of the Virginia Central Rail Road trom Richmond.Chaklottksvii.le, and Sr.u nion. Arrive at ALEXANDRIA, at d.lU l\ M. ThROL'UH TICKETS. ym Alex t-> Warrmitmi Km Alex. tolAiu-hlnir* *'• T.j - “• Uordonxville 3 o»* *• “ VV lnehester •• .‘0 •• “ f harl.aiesvilk* 4-V»! ~ ** l.urav. f- ' ** Staunton .. New Market 5 "0 <. u Strnsluirg r> i>0j ** ** Mut<ll«*l»urg — -a For Lynchburg, connecting with the Stages at Charlettesville.on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. For Lnray and New Market, connecting with the stages at Culpeper, on Tuesdays. llnusdays, and Saturdays. For Winchester, daily, connecting wiki the Stages at Piedmont. For Middlehurg. daily, connecting with the Stages atTne Plains. IVr order:— nm ♦>—tit W. B BROCK ETT, Agent. MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD. f&F DAILY LINE to \\ mchrster, and Weekly *•> I.nra>j.^M rilHE CARS leave Alexandria, daily, at 7 j o'clock, A. M.. (Sundays excepted.) con-• necting with J H. Kemps line ot Stages at Piedmont, (via) Millwood and Pari*, on l ues day*. Thursday* and Saturdays, lor W mcliester; and at Front Koval, on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays for Winchester. and iuesdays, Thursdays arul Saturdays, lor Lnray. THROUGH TICKETS to Winchester. 50. to be had at The ticket office o: the Orange and Alexandria Rail Road Company'. Alexandria, j and at J. U. Kemp* Stage Office. Winchester. oct o_rf M. M WELSH. Superintendent. RE AT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE — Twice daily between W a»hin n an South, rta Fredericksburg. Richmond. lVters burg. Vu . Weldon and Wilmington, N. C.. to Charleston, S. C.. and Augusta. Geo., being the only route over which the v»iea<. >ouuicin mm* j is carried. The travelling public i> hereby in formed that the swift and comtm tabic Steamers BALTIMORE ami \ moi yr teilxox Ai£3Lfedil leave the Steamboat wharf, at Washington, dai ly. at ♦>} A. M. and 9 P. M.. for Aquia ( reek, where a connection is made with the trains ot me Richmond. Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad Company. by which passengers are conveyed directly on to their respective destina tions, via Richmond. \ a. The following thiough tickets can be obtained on board : To Fredericksburg. V a. ,,n To .function ol V a. C entral Railroad *1 To Richmond. Va. •’ ,M' To Norfolk, Va. f> ' '* To Petersburg. V a. n,) To Weldon. N. C. ; ,M) To Wilmington. N C. 1 ,,J Fare on the Potomac River, as tollovvs - To Alexandria. v>5 cts., and baggage 12* *‘t» for each passenger To Mai bury s $1. Quar.tico, Sandy Point, ike.. $1 5'h Aquia Creek, S'-. Meals and State Rooms extra. For further inhumation, apply on board ot the boats,or to l.FO. .MAI UNOiA. Agent, in Washington. Washington, D. C.. mh 25 —tf OX THE HO ah AC AIX a ^ LATHAM'S OMNI BUSKS * will, on and after June ^ vth. ; fe^eAiexaiidi ia at t. and 9.1 o'clock, A. M., and 2 and 3 o clock. P. M. Leave Washington at b and 11 o'clock. A. M - I and b*. d. and Si o'clock. P M.—connecting with ; every tram of Cur- that arrives and leave-, Al ! exandria and W ashington. The first Coach from Washington arrives ahead ot every other conveyance connecting 1 with tin* Orange and Alexandria Kan Ko\u. without the inconvenience of shitting from s'uge : to boat, and boat to stage. LV not give your checks to any person m the Orange and Alexandria Rail Road ( ars, or 1 buy tickets to take you to Washington. The Coaches will be tound at tin* He pot* in Washington and Alexandria, on tlie arrival ot I all (la trams everu dan m the year. Stv'k to tilt tt[<i Ur^ular Line- that mu* paSM n* ; i^crs or no passengers, rain or >niue. I "* Fare lor the first trip up and last trip down. I*‘> cents Other trips g.k cents. Baouauk extra. : No charge tor \ ali.-e or I arpet bag. je 10_ti tlHH! LATHAM. VPAMS TO > HKEAT EXPRESS he tieetn Jieynmfnn. Baltimore. Philadelphia. ; AV#c York. Host on. nod all the prompnl rities ami totem m the I nion.— l fie citizen-, ol Alexandi ia | are respectfully informed. that toe arrangements tor our K.rpress. aie oil an improved and enlarged j scale. Our cars now leave Hal!inure three tunes a day tor Alexandria, conveying HOOPS, oi all descriptions, at verv low prices, ami uni iv ailed 5,peed. Our chaiges from Baltimore to Alexan dria lor heav v freight. Pry Hoods. Xc.% are at rales very little Qf any.) in advance ot the ordi nal v height lines. Merchants and otnei>oidei - mg by u>. will save the caitage, wharfage. \v., in Baltimore and Alexandria, an un^mrtato ittm. The merchants in \\ arrenton. Middlcburg, Uppersille. and surrounding country, vvill find it to their advantage to forward their HOOPS by ou,r line. UfT All heavy goods will be taken from the Philadelphia boat or stores in P> dtim«'ve. and delivered at the store door or Railroad Depot in Alexandria, tor -Ek cts. per cut. (>tir European Express ror Liverpool. London, Dublin. Paris. Havre.\c., \c . leaves twice a | week. Packages. \o.. u> warded Bills payable in anv part o; England. Ireland, or Scotland, for sale at this office. You should bear in mind in all cases to order bv Adams & Co/s Ex press. HUH 11 LATHAM. Agent. a„e 17—tf Alexandria, Ya. r|A0 BUILDERS AND OTHERS INTKR ■ ESTEP.—The Bloomsgrove Shuu* Quarry (kv. is now prepared to till orders for Stone, from their Quarry in Prince William t o.. \ a.. ! deliverable at any accessible point. The reputation of this excellent building ma terial may be now said to be established. Bull i ders whoihave use* it speak oi it in the highest terms, and many ol them preler it to the Connec ticut brown stone which it somewhat resembles I but is of a finer texture, and tar more beautiful color. It bids lair to become the most fashiona ble material for house fronts, ornamenta wot , &c . in the Southern States. It can be furnished at 15 p cent, below the piesent prices ol Con necticut stone, and as orders can be filled and t.te i Stone forwarded without delay, parties about to build will find it to their interest to make imme diate application to P BO) D SMI IP. jv -JS—tf Agent. Alexandria. V a. MPLOYMENT WANTED by a good Ac i JLi couktant every evening from “7 to 10 o - i eJocic, either i» Book Keeping, or writing of any laid. Apply at thi« aflee 14 —d<5* BUSINESS CARPS. V IU G1NI A LOCOMOTIVE & CAK MAN IF ACTE KINO CO., ALEXANDRIA, VA. MAM FACTEKK LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, STATIONARY ENGINES A. BOILERS, (•|||LU:i> CAK WtlKKI.S AMI axu.s. f' Having lately erected a large and commo dious FOUNDRY, they are prepared to make every description ot CASTINGS, that may be required, ot a superior quality and at moderate prices. j>* 1—n ISAAC LXTWISLK. WM. S. MOORE. 11NTWISLK & MOO UK, V niou Street, Alex \ andria, Machinists and Black-Smiths, are prepared to do all work in their line, at reasonable prices, and with despatch. Having made arrangements with Mcssis Smith & IVrkins, tor the use of their extensive assort ment of Mill-Gearing Patterns, they are prepared to till all orders for Mill-Gearing, and Work con nected therewith, promptly, and at t.ue lowest rates. List of patterns forwarded, when requested, by mail. oct J. 1). COlisK. Kl»VVARI» SSOVVDKN. >V. !>. CORSK. (10RSK. SNOWDFN, & CORSF. Exchange i hankers. So. I. Exchange block, are prepared todeal in KXCH AM* K PROMISSORY NOIFS, T1MK BILLS. CFRTiPICA l'KS OF DFPO SIT. LFTTKRSOF CRKIMT. BANK NOCKS, and COIN, and to deal generally in STOCKS and other PUBLIC SKCCRITIKS. UsrCOL LFCTIONS will be made in this city, and all parts of tin* United States, and the proceeds promptly remitted »o anv designated point. RFAL HSTATH bought and sold on ( oin mission All bu-iness entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. jan If'—I v 117)1, \Y. ADAM, King Si net. Alexandria. \ y has on hand, a choice lot ot \\ A 1C H KS, JFWFLRY, and MIA KR WARK. of the most exquisite workmanship and patterns, to an ex amination ol which he would invite the atten tion ot hi* friends and stranger* visiting the eitv. All GOODS sold in my establishment are war ranted to be as represented at time ol -ale. Having a large stock on hand, person* will have uo dillieulty in making their selections. Competition in quality and price will be defied. Persona! attention giventotherepairingotCiuio suMKTKKt*, DrrLE.v Lkvkk. and other fine Wat die.*., which are warranted to perform accurately. JFWFLRY AND SILYFR WARK made to order, [my V. M. \\ . ADAM. JOSKPH T. K. PLAN'!’ K CO, PAPER HANGERS. IP HOLSTERERS. Sr HOlsE DECORATORS. Ki.su stukkt, >*k.\t to the COltNKK UK Col.l MBl’S STUKKT, AI.EXANOK.lA. Y A., keep constantly on band, a full and complete as sortment of Knglish. Freneh. and American PA l'FR HANGINGS. BORDFRS. \sn DFCORA vmv< cirmillMffS LOOPS. Ac. Paper hung bv experienced workmen, and all work wai ranted to give satistaction. Uphojstering in all its branches promptly at tended to at moderate rates. A call is solicited. Those in want of these Goods, would do well to call before purchasing elsewhere. Our motto quick sales and light profit?*. jy ^dtl VCAUD.—Kespected ladies and gentlemen, especially niv }>atients.—As I shall aban don the practice of Dentistry. 1 would advise you to call on Dr. Cosby, of Alexandria, as I know him to be a Dentist of the first order, and strict lv scien’itic. 1 p.lace this before you. not only tor his benefit, hut for those who have lost their teeth.orarelaboring under any ol thevariousmal adiesot the Maxiluiy Bones. Teeth, Gums, or Al \tolars. Better advice you will not he able to obtain elsewhere. Office on Pitt. d doors north oi King street. Yours, re-pecl'nllv. GKO. F. CHAMBFRL1N. M.D.. D.D.S. oct JS—d ! V HENRY L. SHKPHKKO. JAMES H. HOIUNSO.X. SHEPHERD A, ROHIXSOX, (Sumtoo** to hrl' «V bridges.) MANUFACTURERS ANl> ilEALUlS IN STl>t'IIS.*’OOKi.\'lr /V.I.VO*£’Y .VM I’S. MAiir.LKt/.ED luoN Mantles. Grates, Refrig erators. Chain ani> Section Pi mps, l in. t oitkr. A\h Sheet Iron Ware. South l* est comer oj h'i'iu mid St. .7soph streets, . ’.h rmuhni, f a. UOUlJNO. SDoL'TINU. and ail other work appertaining to the business, promptly ex ecuted m a neat and durable manner, jv 31—!I D s G\vtx. D. Reamer / 1 WIN A RKAMKR. OROCERS. COM ^ j MISSION M E R CHJ N TS and EOR U JRDING .IDEM '. L won strut. Jh.randna. C«.. devote their undivided personal attention to the sales ot e\>r\ description of I RODICK consigned to them. Also, to leeeiving and for warding GOODS, .MKRCHANDIsK. \c. Lib eral cash advances made on consignments in hand. jjyA large stock of GROCKRiF.S constant ly in store. Oiders filled with promptness and despatch 'n R. d. RANDOLPH WALTON, oram atk oe ihe lioltimorc College of Dental Snr . . it *u , ,%4 fiery, wouiu re.'pectinivum Alexandria and its vicinity, that he will devote him-elf to the practice ol PLN I IS 1 lxY , ami to tne Medical and Surgical lreatm»*nt ot aM tue DISEASES OK TUB Mol TH. Absent the second Monday, 'lue«day. and Wednesday of each month. D ims moderate R/* Office on puy.il street. Let tree* Kim; wul Prince streets. sep 2N—dlv n\i. WM. N. TIFFKY. Surgeon l)c,it iff. would take this method ot inhuming his mend' and the public generally. ti:,it be has re moved liis office to th»* Marshal! House, wific he is prepared »*> rccei\e aii gentlemen w ho nn»> desire his ser\ iees. Ladies wishing ser\ ices vv id b** waited on at their residences, b\ leaving word at his office. j*' IT F.NPA 1 J. MAR1UKY . Jljorniy-iH-Lnic. nt 4 .llexawfria. hi., will practice m ’he Courts ot Alexandria and the adjacent ( ounties *>! \ ii ginia and Maryland. CV" Office on Cameron street, opposite ( ity Hotel. **V -•»—tf J MORTOX. .111. B. Wll.l.IVVs. MORTON A CO.. Wholesale Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. Paints Oil'. Dye Stuffs. Window Ida's. Putty. Ac.. King sticeT. below l a'itaN. Alexandria. Yu. ie 21 — tf KDWAKlt II. HANFORD. OHItlN FOOTK H. HANFOHD A CO.. Manutacturers ij9 and Dealers in all kinds of Cabinet Fur niture, ( hairs. Ac., corner of King and St. Asaph streets, Alexandria, \a. aug D—dly L>1CHAR1) L. CARNK. Jr., dealer in Hard k,; ware. Cutlery. Hollow-Ware. Ac . Ac ,south cast corner King and Fairfax streets, Alexandria, Va., has just received his Fall supply, and invites the inspection of the public. sep *22—tt PH. HOOFF, Flour, Grain, and Grocery # Merchant, Green's Wharf, opposite the Locomotive and Car works of Messrs. Smith A Perkins, Alexandria. Va. ap 1—wtf HGO 11. ROUISSON. THOMAS K. PAYNT. I) OBI N SON A PAYNE. Grocers, Commission, \ and Forwarding Merchants. Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria, Va._oct S—tf IV hThunton, Grocer and General Com \ # mission Merchant, Dangerfield's Wharl, between Oneen nnd Cameron sts. 'Pp 17—*t Tl r J HIGDON, still continues to receive # orders in House and Sign Painting, at the lower end of King street sen IP—lv A. MARBCRY, Commission Merchant, * # and wholesale denier in Foreign and Po magtic Liquors, Fowtea Wharf aih IS—u UlSIKESS C ARDS. JOHN W. BURKE. ARTHUR HERBERT* r)UKKK A HERBERT, Exchange and Real ) Estate Brokers, corner of Prince and Water streets, (opposite Bank of the Old Dominion.) Alexandiia, Va, will give prompt attention to all bu>iness in their line, such as Buying and sell ing Stocks, Bills, Promissory Notes, Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Gold and Silver, Negotiating Loans, Ac., Ac. Market rates paid for Land War rants. Remittances promptly made at the lowest pos sible rates. Real Estate bought and sold on Commission. jy 1—tf E. B. Addison. H* Howard. VDDISON A HOWARD. GENERAL COM MISSION AND FOR HARDING MER CHANTS. and dealers in AOK1CI LI ERAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, and FERTILIZERS, at Addison A Meade's old stand. I mon q'reet, Alexandria, la. Orders for lYnuock's Wheat Drill, with Nel son's Guano Attachment, as well as other aiti des in their line, or to he had in the maiket, will he filled with promptness. Terms cash, or its equivalent Particular attention paid to the sale ol Flour. Wheat,! orn. Rye. Ac. (ioo'^s consigned to their care will be foiward ed with despatch. a,‘^ ~ GEORGE Kill'll ANT. CLAM W. BARKER. KEPHART iY BARKER, wholesale and re tail Lumber Merchants, near the Hsh Wharf, Alexandria. Va. Dealers in Nails, Plan ter. Lime, and Cement. They keep constantly on hand every variety ot well seasonedSusquenanna, White Pine. Spruce, and Carolina Lumber, Shin gles, Laths, Ac., and most respectfully inv ite pur chasers to give them a call heloie pm chasing elsewhere, as they led confident, with their large stocks, and the prices which they are Milling at, they cannot fail to please. A large warehouse is attached to our f minting Room, capable of storing a large amount ol goods, which we are prepared to receive at the usual rates. jy ]Y \TTATCHES! W A T C II EM!-./. C. CIARK. }>r<"t\ral Wat'h Maker, tdgn oi the Gold Watch. 115 north side nj Kinx street, nearly opposite the Marshall Hoitsi. Alexandra/. I >r 1'inta. Ini'* pist received jioni M. 1 obias. ol Lon don. and Joseph Johnson, ol Liverpool, a splen did assortment oi GOLD and Si L \ E K WATCHES. to which the attention <>t Uentle men ami Ladies i^ solicited—leeimg conscious that he w ill he able to suit tin* ta.-tc ol all. both as it regards quality and price. Also, received, GOLD am; SI ID KK SPf.( lAt oi assoi ted quality, to suit all ages. All articles »o!d from his establishment will hi' warranted to gi\e lull satisfaction, nov .> !A\V N(fi 1CK!—(iORl)OS cy YEJTOS. j (jforce L. Gorhon and W. ( . Beaton, having associated as Attorneys, m the practice ; ot the law, will gi\e strict attention to all bu , siness entrusted to them. Rjr*Otlice on west side ot Royal street, bc tn King and Prince streets. Alexandria, \ a «>v\V. C. V KATON. as Notary Public and Commissioner ol Deeds tor rnoM ot the Stages of the I nion. will attend to the taking ot the proof and acknowledgment ot deeds. \e.. and nil other duties of said otiiees. sep 'J1 dll HO. CLAl’GH'lON —Attorn kv at Law. m w ill practice in the Courts ol Washing ton City, Alexandria, and Fairfax Counties. Particular attention paid to collecting and eon \»yancing. Olfice corner of King and Fayette street?, lately occupied by A. AlcFarlan. Referfncks.—Aaron H. Palmer, esq.. Couri selior ot tlie Supreme Com t. W a?hington. G. K Winner K: Pro.. Alexandria. Va. sep *21—ddm* STFPHKN SHINN \ SON. G rocers. Com mission and forwarding .Merchants, dan ney's W'hart. Liberal advances made on Con i sigmnents. and-particular attention given to the ; sale of Country Produce. Agents for Regular Lines New ^ or k and Phil adelphia Packets. All good? entrusted to their care will he forwarded with promptness and des patch,and at lowest rates. mil is—ly MF L D K I D i» F. General ( ommissios # NJeim hast, and Agents tor Boston Pack i ets. Union Wharf. Alexandria. [CrWfHKAT, CORN, and FLOUR. bought at best market price. ' Has tor sale. N0R1HFRN and POIO ! MAC Flsll. PLAISTFR, SALT ami Gl’ANO. my is—ti' (1 C. BRADLKV, Cabinet. (’hair, and Sofa # Manufacturer, corner of King and Alfred I streets. Alexandria. Va., has constantly on hand, • and oilers to the public, an excellent assortment j of Cabinet U ark. Sofas, and ( hairs, of everv variety, and on the lowest terms. Inch, lor duia ; bility and finish, cannot 1x3 surpassed, mil 1—ly , T. M. M CORMK K. i . /’ VR j) ) T. T. HILL. L. M. M CORMKK, ) ‘ ( J- M- SIMMS. T. M. McCORMiCK. ^ CO., WHULKSALK AM* RETAIL /.nnM-nt' np/inrcr >7Y7) (2 F XF 124 T. Iw a i/'- j ^ ■ '• - '• • •• - - COMMISSIONY MKRCIUSTS. Thc.ytlk Bcilmxo. Alkxanuhia. N a. feb I v— I y ; Pi H. \\ 1LL1AMS Surgeon Dentist. Oliice * on west side ol \\ ashmgton, betwreu King I and Cameron streets, Alexandria, Wi I atu nts irom tie* ( ountry v>ill please gi\c him «i l*-w (Ion’s notice, by mail, of their mt* lit ion to call on him. imv 1 1 / 1 CO W. HARKIsON, on the Rail Road.AI ; * H exandria, Ya. Dealer in Foreign and Do mestic Liquors, of all kind*; Groceries, Fish, ! and Pton isions generally. Ojders from the ( oun try promptly attended to, and Produce taken in ■ exchange *<*P l ** I T. A. BKKXMS, / \ r\PO S AXTH°XY I AUS°N’ Mr a.. S * LocanC.H. A. P»KFAVIS CO.. N\ HOLES A LF. A NO KK I tail CRUCERS. PRODl'C E.and GEX 1.1UL COMM1SSIOS MKRCIUXTS, Came ! ron st.. opposite the Market House, aug‘J>—1 \ / 1 RKKN. SETTLE & (A)., Phodlxk Cu.v \ J mission MKUCHAnts, AND Gkoct.l.*. Alexan dria. \ a. J’^All orders will receive prompt attention, teb 18—11 I T J >KINKKK. It." H. KKVNOLDS, H. !>. "LIGHT. ! i 1K INKER. UFYNOLDS k CO., have eon I stantly on hand FIXE CROCXI) PIUS t TER. at their Steam Mill. Alexandria. s* p "P»—eott JOHN A. KOACU. (» EOltG E WASHINGTON Iv OACH & WASHINGTON . Grocers. ( om V mission.and Forwarding Merchants. Union ! street, north ot King. Alexanui ia. Y a. sep *2 J —’ t JAMES7 IKWIN. CUTHHEHT POWELL. IRWIN k POWELL, Grocers, Commission, and Forwarding Merchants, corner King and | Union streets. Alexandria, \ a_jy IG—tf J- p CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings, _ Shades, and Fixtures. Curtain Hangings, j and Venitian Blinds, King street. Alexandria, \ a jy J4—dtf_ ; .. i DAN 111 HUME. J‘ K MAHhHALJ". ” Cr " AHI> HUME, MARSHALL & MAUD. Grocers, Commission, and Forwarding Mechants, I King street, near the Railroad. ap vM tl •ICO. DRY AN. *. « ADAMS D. S. GHtGOUT. I)RYAN, ADAMS Sc CO.. Alexandria, \ a.. > wholesale and retail dealers in Foreign and ; Domestic Drv-Goods.____ _ I rH AS HOW AMI*. " , y****.™?* I T TOWARD & POOR. General Commission H Merchants. THungwAeld’s 'Wharf, Alexan ' jafv. »k »-« CHINA, GLASS, KAKTHKN" AKfi, HINA. GLASS, and QUEENSWARE.— I ROBERT II. MILLER. Importer, has re ceived from Liverpool, per Ship A. B 1 homp. >on, 1 I'J crate- and hogsheads ol \\ are, compris in.r a complete abutment ol goods in his line. White Granite Dinner Set.-. Dinner and 1 ea Ware, oi new and handsome patterns and styles Blue Printed do do do Common Ware, consisting ot Edged. Enamelled, and Cream colored, of all descriptions. Or. hand, from various sources, recently re ceived and opened. Cut Class Ware, in every variety Piessed do do do Plain do do do French China, consisting of Gold band and richly decorated 'lea Sets. Cups and Saucers. \ a ses. Pitchers. Fruit Baskets, Mugs. Candlesticks, Ike. ... . i Pipes, in boxes, English and German Stoneware, ol superior quality Window Glass, a large stock, and great variety of sizes and qualities. Having in connection with his establishment in St. Louis, superior advantages in ordering, t and purchasing goods, in this line, the subscriber j j has no hesitation in saying that Ins stock ot . goods has been selected under more favorable , circumstances ihan most ot his competitors m j , tile Eastern cities, and that lie can supply J eun trv Merchants and others, upon generally better terms. Merchants visiting Alexandria are particular ly requested to cal! and examine for themselves. His goods and prices will compare favorably! with <//«v other cm abhshmriit, i chut ever. M-p.;* R H. MILLER. "XT OT IT E.—OI.l VER W. TCRNER & JOHN T. now ELL. having entered into a co-partnership under the style ot TLRhh.R DOWELL. for the purpose of conducting the business of ('HIS A. (lLASS. EAR1 HES- ■ WARE. ,v., and having purchased the ST(H K of J .wir.H P. Smith, may be found ot the Old • ; Stood o)i A hi” stn el. he lute Low fox. where tuev intend to keep a full supply ot the Actk i.ks belonging to their line ol business. I hey will be happy to see the old customers ot the house, \ and all their Iririids who may he in want ol j GOODS, promising their host endeav ors To please ; all who may call. O. \\ . II RNEK. jy i;,_ti ‘ JNO. T. DOWELL. / 1HINA. GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.— V ; 77 RNER if DO WELL iiave received, in addition to thetr slock, at the old stand ot Jas. P. Smith. No. 1!, King street, !;><»( RAILS and (’ASKS, consisting of Staple and Fancy Dinner. , Dessert, l ea and 1 oilet Sets, Parian .Marble Mantle Ornament', v ases oi every lie-11 ijmuh. i English. French, and Bohemian Glass \\ are, and Fancy Goods, together with every variety ol ,*ui* ; pie Ware, an examination ol which they solicit Horn thetradeand dealers generallyl»etbre pm-, chasing elsewhere, and pledge themselves to.sell at such prices as will challenge competition, ei ili»*r in this oranv other market. sep »'* 1 TRENCH PORCELAIN—China Dinner J ^ >cts. gold hand and decorated: ( hina : Dinner S»*ts. white, made up to any desired as sortment. \ ci v clu an Plain gold \> 'tid 1 i*a Sots. nchly decorated do.. Plain white do., remarkably cheap. French (’hunt Cups and Sauceis, plain white and gilt. French China \ ases in great variety. These goods having been purchased at auc tion at le than the cost ot importation, will be sold very low. Call and see. in mo'rjn ROBERT H. MILI.FR. / 1 AS FIXTURES.— rbe Subseriber has re \ \ reiv♦ d additions to his stock ot Gas I* i.vtures. comprising CHANDELIERS ot new and hand some patterns, v. itli two. three and lonr burneis. Drop Lights. Brackets and Pendants, new style splendid Paper Shades. A lull supply <d Lamps. Wicks. Chimney s. and Globes. in great variety, always on hand, at very low prices. 10 mo 30 R. H MILLER. I") LATED AND BRlTTANMA CASTORS. — My assortment ol Plated Castors, with rich cut bottles is tiow extensive, bnttaunia Castors with beautitul pressed bottles iias been largely’increased. [lOino30] R. H. MILLER. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, «fcc. E N Ci K I 5 It, ( X S T U E .T1 A X X CO., Importers, and Whole-ale lValei* in llAUl'WAlli:, tTTLKL’Y, GtWS, <fx\, HAVE just received, direct lrom tHe Man pi AcmtKRs. their t A I> L S U P 1* L \ OF GOODS, which is very large, and has been 'selected with great care, particularly, with a view to supplying the wants ol COUNTRY MERCHANTS. ' We respectlullv invite an examination ot our stock, as we are prepared to supply the trade at prices that will compare lavorablv with those 1 . . I V .I--..._♦ o.n in VM till pOI lilVIll Mill 1 O' 1 w» I' V ' JOHN T. CREIGHTON & CO .. on the rornet of kms; and Royalrtrrcts. Alexandria, Va., j would respectfully invite the attention ol' Conn* 1 irv Merchants and others, to their large and will selected stock ol HARDWARE, Cl I LK* KY and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT'S, 1 which they have commenced receiving direct I 110:11 the manufacturers—feeling assured that j they can otier such inducements to dealer* as will he perfectly satislactoiy. Their stock em braces every desciiption of GOODS in their line, i tii \s. Pistols, Game Paus. Swot Poithrs Pow dei: Flasks, in great variety, all ol which w ill he sold w hob-sale and j*-t »il at prices to please. ' Call and examine '-♦•p I —tl v^KW GOODS.— RUH.iRD L (\IR\E. ! JR., ‘h) King and J South Fairfax street, has just vec»*i\r-d his Fall supply ol ilAED-j WARE AND CUTLERY. He offers tor sale. I at the lowest cash prices, a lull assortment of Knives and Forks. Pots, 0\ci:>. Skillets, and . Lids, Sifters. Fable and F<*.t Spoon*-, and other House Keeping articles; Spades Shovels, and Funning Utensils generally. Saws. Planes, Com passes. Chisels. Augers and other Carpenters Tools, besides all kinds of other Goods, in hi* line, (five him a call betor purchasing, and, | yon w ill have no cause to regret it. oct IS j 4 i UNS.— WV have just received, a large stock \ jl ol ENGLISH GUNS, ol oui own impor tation. which we can sell low, and warrant to give satisfaction. 1 ,ov s ENGLISH. CASTLEMAN k CO. ; - • IMRE PRICK.—A large lot of Mount Savage ^ FIRE PRICK.just received, and uw sale j by ENGLISH, CASTLEMAN ^ OO. : . £ _ IOHN on King street, near St. .isaph. lias for sale. Trays Buckets. 'Pubs. kc. Clothes Pins. Rolling Pin*,Boxes, in nests. Knife Frays, Wood Measures, Churns. Putter Ladles j and Prints. Clothes Horses, Step Ladders. Barrel ; Covers, kc. Dwou Mats of Manilla, Jute, Alicante, Cocoa. Rope, and Wool; Table Mats. Clothe* and Market Baskets. French and Ger ! man Fancy Baskets. Willow Cradles. Children’s Willow and Rat tan Chairs. __0 HOUSE BUILDING.—T he subscribers rc- j turn thanks to a generous public, for the ; ! liberal patronage extended to them, si ce they commenced business, and hope, by ataithlul lui I fillment of all contracts, to be still remember ed by those who need services in their line. t'£~ T hey hav e removed from Pitt street to the , ! building lately occupied as a Sumac Mill cn Wushvttfnn between King nr.J Canuron strtet*. 1 jep i^-dnio MAJOR & PRICE A NTHRACITE COAL.—Just received, and i /\ for sale White and Red CoaIsl %. \[ 7\5 flREEN k *QS HKILLIA.YL To hr draw n nt Wllmlngfon, Delaware, IN V»V KM liKR, 1854. GREGORY 6i, M VI KY, MuiiHgm. IOTTKM tor the benefit ot the Mate of Pel j aware. Class M. tor ls5|. drawn at Wil mington. Dr!., on Saluriltn/. A or. 2-'th. 1>ot. 75 number lotterv—15 drawn ballots! MAGNItTCKNT SCHEME. 1 prize of $d5.o< Mj 1 prize of $3,000 1 do 3O.OU0 l do 2,S0<» 1 do 2o,0'H» 1 do 2,700 l do 10.MKJ 1 do 2.500 1 do ’ 7,o0o l do 2.407 l do 5.ooo 50 prizes of l do t,5o0 50 «lo 5«X) 1 do 4.000 100 do 400 1 do 3.5on 240 do 300 | 1 do 3,300 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets $20. halves 10. quarters 5. eighths 2 50. 1'or t ideates of packag'd 25 whole tickets. $200 00 Do do 25 hall do 130 00 ‘ , |)n do 25 quarter do 05 oo Do do 25 eighth do 32 •>*> ; CS^ORDERS tor Tickets and Shares and( er- i ( ideates of Packages in the about Splendid Lot- ( erie.-. will receive the most prompt attention, j md an account ot each drawing will he sent mmediatrly after it i*> over to all who order rom me. Address, P. d. 1>1 ( KhA. Agent < oet 23—lrn Wilmington. Delaware. SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOT TKRY!—GRAND SCHEME.—Class G. To UK DRAWN 3<'T1! or SoVKMBKK. | (hie Prize to 20 tickets, and rememhei every : iri/.e draw n. i In non td kkts—501 prizk- ! 'aditals.$15. , .. 5,ono | . 4/<4 Ml . . 3,0041 ' .. . 2.04 >o . 1,500 ' ’ ’ ’ ’. 1 loo » of VMM). In all, 501 prizes, amounting to.$'*o.imn • Tickets $10.—Halves and Quarters in propor ion. J J'renj prize Hniwn fit inch (fruictnc!. Bilbi on all solu-nt hanks taken at par. All communications strictly confidential. •SAMPEL .SWAN. Agent anti Manager. Sign ot the Bronze Lions. Montgomery. Ala..iiov 10—did DRV GOODS, &-c. V KW GOODS.—In addition to our tall sup ^ ply, we have just received a large assort ment ot WINTER STAPLE and FANCY ! DK\ GOODS, among which are new style Moiisiailies. Crape Shawl*. Blanket do., ( rape hearts,Cloaks. Talmas, Cloaking Cloths, Bom bazine*. Alpacas, Black and Colored Silk.* Hocskmoi.o Goods—Linen Sheetings. Pillow j Ease Linens, Table Diaper, Cotton Sheeting. Cot ton Pillow Case Linens. Russia and Scotch Dia per, English Whilney Blankets, beiached and brown Cotton*. Tabic Napkins, Doyles. Al- i lendale Quilts. j Eon Servant's Wkar.—Fulled Cloths. Plaid Linseys. Cotton Osnaburgs, 1 * n Plaids. also, a large supply o! Negro Biankets. ail ot which ; will be sold low lor cash, and to punctual custo mers. [uov C»| ASHB\ . HERBER 1 ‘k; ( O. riMFFEY. PURCELL & CO., ilenient in For- . I c<g/i and Domestic Motions. corner King ami Water sts.. up stairs. Alexandria. Va—We < take this method ol informing the trade that we are now in receipt ot' a large and well selected stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NO TIONS. which we flatter ourselves we can offer on term* equal to any of the houses further Nortn. As ours is the onls strictly ichnlesule House in the City m this tine of husuitss, we call the attention ot the trade with confidence. Our goods have been carefully selected and bought on the \ny be>t terms, and ail we ask i> ail examination.— A* it is our object to build up a permanent bu.*i lu-ts here, we w ill be most happy to fill any or ders entrusted to us. aug .'11 nOS I E R Y —Gents. Fancy Silk. Cotton. Thread. Merino, and Lambswool Halt Hose; do. White Merino; Grey do.: White, Mixed, and Bro Cotton do.; Ladies Blk. Silk. ^ Lambswool. Cashmere. Alpaca, and Merino, do. White. Bik.. Lead. Bro. and Mixed Cotton Hose; Children's Blk. White. Bro., Mixed, and Lead Cotton Hose; do Grey. White. Blue. Scar let. Drah. Green. (Mange, and Maroon Cashmere Hose; do. Fancy Plaid. White and Col'd. Tucked Hose. recei\ed and tor sale by sep 30 HARPER Ac McYEIGH. ' rpo FARMERS AND PLANTERS I To pairs Servants Blankets .Ml» pieces 3-1 and M -1 lull Clotbs > u 3-1. T-n and 4-1 Linseys i 1 n s * i / \ I n ir.ue? ' ouous aim 10 k* Cotton Batts l.') piece? Satinetts. Just received, and lor .-.ale low by net 7 ' TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. ! IRAKIS CLOAKS AND TALMAS, a beau tiful assortment just received from New \ ork; also Pi pieces Ladies French Cloaking i Cloihs. all colors, and 70 pieces rich Cloaking i Braids, for sale low, bv o'ct 31 TAYLOR A HUTCHISON, j (1ARPETINGS, HUGS, OIL CLOTHS, At . | j Ac . a beautiful assortment ol the al>o\e ; Goode, received and lot sale by nov 11 TAYLOR A* HUTCHISON j j j v i v DOZEN YARN SOCKS, a jwvrtion of I'M* them ot superior quality, received and ' lor ''ah? low bv nov li TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. y)i w w v TWO BUSHEL GRAIN BAGS in e)' M M * store and for sale by nov S <;. K. WITMER A BRO. KAM I AltTK LKS, Ac . MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND JEW-j ELRY.—On hand, an assortment of cele brated PIANOS, from four different manufaeto- j tories ol the lnghe>t estimation, of which pur chasers may take the advantage of satisfying their own tastes; sold at manulacturer's prices, and warranted. Also, an extensive assortment of \ IOLINS, amongst them some old rarities, viz: Cremona, (iuanierius, and Andre Steiner; Melodcoiis. of the last improved styles—Guitars, i Flutes. Fifes. Clarionets, and Accordeons, o* every size. Also, a large assortment ot the new style JEWELRY. WATCHES. AND CLOCKS j WATCHES carefully repaired and warranted, j RASCIIE A PFLUEGKR, sep 3 opposite Sarepta Hall, King-s*. j rilKRKA COTTA CHINA AM) PARIAN j WARE VASES, a large lot. all sizes; Ink j Stands, Segar Holders. Pitchers, Match Boxes, j Mustard Jars, Card Baskets, Cologne Bottles, ‘ Heads for Dolls, Cii]>s and Saucers, Mugs; also, another lot of those China Babies, just received. at BERRY A BLAKEMORES, nov 13 No. 7<b King-street. “TfERY CHEAP.—A few Merino Under * shirts and Drawers, on hand, and for ?ale at the lowest figures, to close the lot, by nov 18_H. B. WHITTINGTON A CO ! 1AA BOXES FIRE~CRACKERS^"just re L* M * ccived. by BERRY A BLAKEMORE, _not 18_ No. 7w. King street. | ri^HREE PLY COLLARS, in handsome i styles; also, Satin Stocks, ot good finish, * alw ays on hand, and for sale by _noyJfi H^B^WHITTINGTON A CO. f)Rl SUES.—Hair. Cloth. Shoe, Teeth, Nail. JJI Hat, Comb, Crumb and Dusting Bri-eu**; also. Feather Dusters, received, and for a*J« by »av t i H B. WHITTINGTON A CO inv rj Kii/i.i Ci«F i mtj m • ROYAL GRIEF! Among a string of most ridiculous orders in the London Court Journal, we tsntl the fol lowing directions for mourning on account *f tin* death of Queen Theresa, of R.ivari.i:— f,nnl 1 '/ianit»rlaiii’.i Sor.W.—Orders for the Court’s going into mourning on Sun day next, the 5th inst., for her lute Majesty Queen Theresa, mother of the King of Hava na, viz:—The ladies to wear black silk, (rin ged or plain linen, white gloves, necklaces, and ear-rings, black or white shoes, fans and tippets: the gentlemen to wear black full trimmed. fringed or plain linen, black, swords and buckles. The Court to change the mourning on Sun day, the 12th inst., viz:—The ladies to wear black silk <>r velvet, colored ribbons, fans ami tippets, or plain white, or white and gold, or white and silver stuff with black ribbon: the gentlemen to wear black coats, and black or plain white, or white and gold, or white and diver stuff waist coats, full trimmed, and coi ned swords and buckles. And on Thursday, the 16th inst., the couit to go out of mourning. HIE REMAINS OFMADAMK SOXTAG. English papers publish the following ex ract from a private letter dated Vera Cruz, jet. 4th: — One great object of conversation here for he last week has been Madame S<»ntag.— ler husband departed from Mexico inline iiately after her death, leaving the remains peliiml. The coffin containing them has >cen brought to this place by one of the or 1 inary carrier’s carts, like any common package, having been valued in the currier's invoice at $200. On its arrival here it was first placed in the Church of i^t. Augustine, but being found offensive, it was taken, with out any ceremony, religious or other, to a de serted church outside the town, to wait the consent of some ship's captain to convey it to Europe. As yet none has been found who would admit it into his vessel. Assuredly, ii this poor lady did not anticipate in her child hood that he should become one day »//?'* rr<tn<f tfamc of world-wide celebrity, she can have dreamt still less of the indignities hei remains have been subject to, such as tho poorest t»ea*ant would sacrifice everything to vpare any member of his family. WINTER GARDENING. There are a few golden rules to he observ ed during winter, of which may be enumera ted the following; “Water all plants that require it in the morning; leave no water in the saucer of any plant after the whole has become saturated through; never water by drips, but give the whole ft good soaking, or the consequence often is that the top of the mould is wered. while the low er, containing the roots, is dust; take a pointed stick and once in awhile stir the surface of the soil, but not deep enough t*» disturb the roots; this acts the part of hoe ing in summer, and tends vastly t«» promote the growth of the plants. Give each plant space enough for air to circulate around it if possible; let it have the benefit of ft little pure air at times.M fl/-HENRY'S INVIGORATING (OR DIAL —The merits of this purely vegetable e*. tract for the removal and cure of physical pro* tration. general debility, nervous affections. Ac., are lull) described in another column of tiit paper, to which the reader is referred. bottle; :» bottles lor $0; six bottles lor p dozen. Observe the marks of the ofnlinh. Prepared only by S. E. COHEN. No. 3 Franklin Row. Vine Street, below Eighth, Phil adelphia. Pa.. TO WHOM ALL ORDERS MINT liK AD DRESSED. For sale by TEEL A STEVENS, Wholesale Agents lor the State of Virginia, to whom orders from the State must he addressed. 17?"* A liberal discount made to the trade ar.j dealers. For sale also by W. H. GILMAN, Washington City# D. C. jan 27—dlv LIMBER YARDS. R. WATERS. It. ZIMMERMAN*. T. A. WATERS. WATERS. ZIMMERMAN A C<\ Extensive dealers in Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Ac., on the wharf, foot of Cameron street, are constantly in the receipt of Building Mate r : •» ! w (rr.m tlio Stltda nl \*Arlli (’• rni i no Panncv! vania. N. York, Maine, and the British Provinces which they oiler lor sale on accommodating terms. Their arrangements w ith manufacturer* enable them to supply particular bills of White. Spruce, and Yellow Pine, at the shortest notice, tnh I—tf IUMBKR YARDS.—The subscriber having j rented the yard, recently occupied by Messrs. James Green k Son. between Duke and Wolfe rttreets. has. 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, Pastern Shore, and Carolina Scantling and Boards, well seasoned — Also. Shingles, Laths, Nails, Lime. Plaister. (Y menl, and all other articles found in Lumbei Yards. Persons wishing a good article, will find it to their interest to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere, c.ct 7—dtf JOSEPH MASTERS. IUMBKR YARD.—We take this method of j informing our customers, that we have con necied our LUMBER BUSINESS 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 Plaister. Laths. Shingles, Palling*. Nads of ail *i/.e>. kc.. kc., which we will sell low for cash, or at the u*ii<tl time to punctual customers. jan i JAMES GREEN k SON ('1ABINKT, CHAIR AND SOFA MANU FACTORY.—The subscriber has on hand arid will continue to manufacture, at his old and well known establishment, corner of A'mg and Columbus streets, the greatest variety of Rosk woon. Walnut, Mahogany, and common FUR NITURE. (Antique, French, and Modern styles.) in the most fashionable and durable manner. Among w hich are a variety of splendid Ma hogany. and Walnut Wardrobes, Bedsteads, Bu reaus, Sofa*. Extension Tables, Sofa Tables. Sideboards, Dressing Tables. Enclosed, Twist, and Beaded Etagkres, with all other articles to correspond, of the first xtyle and elegance. Superb Cottage Sets, with and without mar ble tops. Also, Gilt. Mahogany, and Walnut and Gilt Frame Mirrors, lor parlor and other purposes Feather and Spring Beds, Hair, Shuck, and Shuck and Cotton Mattresses, Ac., all of w hich he offers on the most favorable term*. In addi tion. he has constantly on hand a gTeat variety of common FURNITURE, at low price*. He respectfully invites all persons to visit hi* extern %FSX: to"cHA»tES .POKES. IYli’LLKD CLOTH—20,000 yar<ls FulM * Clotli. on consienm-nt. for sal* «t Fat-ton also, 3500 vardb FI alii Linjev*. pm-s also, , „ HL’NTOX. p IO ___ _ ___ _ I .. ii/»A LBS. Cotton Yarn, assorted, tor 10.0UO-I.