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VOL. LVI. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1855. NO. 3S.
Alex*»'a. U*xrHr 4fc Virginia AdvrrlUrr, PCHMKHhD VW.TC Bl KDUAK SXUWDKS. At FinlU t***r auunau payable half jf.anly. AI«%*u’a* hNi«tt« A Virginia Adv«rlUer. (joR T11K COIN THY) j> pi’MI lr»>'KD, RWl’KHlf, O.X TIKSDWS. Till’RSDAY8 AND SATURDAY^ At h iv «• IV.IUri p«i aunuui. payabW iu atvame. « ,H. (>* Adv.rtweinontB not exooelin» ou < a-iutre, lus**rti*l thice tluks for one dollar. Adver ii*«u*'iu ooutinu-d aft.r three time*. for »0 ceuts » WM kor tv.a ixaKRTiox !x*u»k,ot25 out*tm.HH>* — SiU,**n linoa ire c*uut.*1 a* a v^mire. Adverti*-m*iiu b» the vear. at pure* to »*e agreed upon, having ref-.-n.v t » th u-ual am-uut of *paoe they may P^rvi?i*"'vlvef?l*lni by the vear not to advertise artiel*-* „.,t iaelud diuth-if re^u! .. business, nor to Insert in th.il liver-i- tueni- «n -‘h r aam.-a than tlimrown. MAIL. AKKA.MiKMKXTS. The Northern Mail will close daily at 3 o'clock. 1*. M.. and is ready for delivery by 84 o’clock, A. M. ^ The Southern Mail will close daily at b o'clock. A. M., and 3 o’clock, P. M.: and is readv for delivery by 24 o’clock, P. M. The Mail for the Orange and Alexandria P ti! Road, will close daily at 0 o’clock. A. M and is readv for delivery by 4 4 o’clock,; i‘.M. The Mail for the Manassas Gap Rail Road will close daily, I except Sunday.) at 0 o'clock, \ M.. and is readv lor delivery by 4} o’clock, P. M. / 1 he Mail for Washington Pity o<i/y, will close at 9 o’clock, A. M., daily, (except Sun day.) and is ready for delivery by 1-4 o’clock. P. M. The Mail for Warrenton, Va., will close at I) o’ehx'k, A. M., and is ready for delivery by 44 o’clock, P. M. 'The Mail for Theological Seminary, will closeat 4 o’clock, P. M., daily, (except^ Sun- j day. ) and is readv for delivery by 44 o’clock, P. M. The Mail for Leesburg route wall close at 9 o’clock, P. M„ on Mondays, Wednesday*, and Fridays, and is ready tor delivery bv b> o'clock, P. M., same days. The Mail for Middiehurg route will close at 7 o'clock, A. M„ Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and is ready h*r delivery by 41 o'clock, P. M.; Sundays, Wednesday, and Fridays. The Mail for ihnnfries route will close at 9o’clock. A. M., Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, and is ready for delivery by 44 [ o’clock, 1’- M., Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. The office will he open fr«»m 83 o’clock. A. ! M„ until 0$ o’clock, P. M., except while clo sing the Northern and opening the Par Mail; and on Sunday it will he ojs*n irom 83 to ! 94 o’clock. A. M.. and from 44 to 5 o’clock, R M. JOB PRINTING Scatty exentted. icith despatch, at the Office of the ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, Corner vt I Vince and Fairfax direct#, ALKXANDUIA, YA. PAMPHLETS. BUSINESS CARDS- | CIRCULARS, TICKETS, HANDBILLS. BLANKS, ac.. ac.. ot WARRANTS. KYKKY 0R3CRIPT1OX. Printed <*t tue shortest notice, and upon as rea sonable terms as at any office south of the Poto- . mac. Orders tor any description of Printing will be received and executed in the handsomest style! r** We have just received a large addition to our assortment of JOB TYPE, which will enable j us *) give satisfaction in The execution oi all or ders with which we may be favored, teb S—t? +fmm CROMWELL'S . r ^ Baltimore Steamship Line. V'M .v.*n BkTW Ki.N BALTIMoKK, NKW YORK A\l> itOSToN. WIT.!. PKSPATCII A STKAMKR I'AILY. KKO.M BALTIMOKK ANL> NKW YORK. And Turin « Wee* from Boston to Baltimore, and BALTIMOKK TO BOSTON. j This Line affords unequalled facilities to the business men of the District of Columbia. Ttie . Agents at either point will receive freight and gi\e a through Billot Lading to Washington, at the lowest rates ot height, and no commissions charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to, by the following agents: A C MALI., f»s. Exchange Place. Baltimore. ! II B. CROMWELL. Corner Washington and Albany streets, N. \ ork. J No. W. SCH ANK. ; jan 13—d3m Foot ot India Wharf. Boston. , REGULAR LINE jr* NEW YORK AND ^ irt* ALEXANDRIA PACKETS. &&L Composed of first class Vessels, which leave New York every ^aturdai.w of truer, ifneretsury. i l'he packets are built expressly for this trade, j and are commanded bv well known and experi- I •need masters. Shippers bv this line will i>e afforded every possible facility. and tie ght will betaken at the lowest rates. The above vessels will sail regularly as adver tised, (mil or not lull,) and wall come through direct. For freight apply to STEPHEN SHINN & SON. Jaimev * Wharf, Alexandria. ST URGES, CLF.ARM \N Ac CO. ap vri—u i orw iou. PHILADELPHIA AND -y ALEXANDRIA PACKETS, , Regular Liar In sail positively from rthh fH>rt terry week throughout the season. Five substantial last sailing vessels, being now engage! in this Line, one ol them will sail :or Philadelphia, every week without fail. Returning, one of these Packets will leave Pui! ade’pnia, for Alexandria and the District, every Saturday, positively, through the year, r reigilts lower than by any other conveyance, and no 1 transhipment, the vessels going direct from port to p«rt. For Freight appiv in Phi’°d**lp:iia to LEVI EEDRIDGE, No. 7. North Wharves.or to STEPHEN SHINN & SON, j ap IS—d*f Janney s Wharf. Alexandria, Va. ? ;> MOTT BEDELLS jy 2** LINE OF PACKETS, 3WL , Ejce Xrur York weekly, or oftener, if required, to> Alexandria, Va. Georgetown and Wash ington, D, C. These vessels are commanded by experienced Masters, and Shippers can depend on their sail ing regularly. Fre.ght taken at reduced rates. For lurther particulars inquire of MOTT BEDELL & CO., i 104 Wall street. New York. New York, mh 25—1 aw! y ZSPECIAL FERRY NOTICE!— ^aaSSSkThe only regular and reliable Ferry Boat plving between Washington and Alexan dria. is the Steamboat GEORGE PAGE. ^ ; The public can depend upon the GEORGE PAGE leaving promptly at the times stated, j passengers or no passenger**, until further notice: j Leaves Washington at ft}, 8}. Vj, 11|. A. M., i 1} 3 and 4j(. P. M. Leaves Alexandria at 7$, 0, lUj> A. M., 12j, 1 2|. 4 and 5J. P. M. Fare by the GEORGE PAGE will be 5 cents, whenever the George Washington or Thomas Collyer run and charge the same, except the Car Trio. GEORGE PAGE. Washington. jan 5—tf _ __j l>LAi$TER—For sale, 500 tow WWw 1 Plaister, by EIJ)RIDGE, jan iM L’ik*#a U ORANUK am> A1.KXANDUIA RAIL ROAD. ON AND At Till TIESJKiV. A'D I 'EM BER ttii. 1 >c>4. theCars leave ALKXAN* I >K IA daily for ljiORlM).\>V1LLK and intei me diate Stations, nt 7] .L on the arrival of the Boat (torn W ASHINCTON. giving am pletime tor RRE.ikFAST on board; connect ing at Manassas Junction with a train for STR.ASBf’Ki*; at Warranton Junction with a train lor WARRRNTON. and at CORPONs VILLK with trains on the Virginia Cential Rati . Road tor Richmond. CiniaoTTKSviLLK.und Stacn TON. The Cars leave GORPONSVILLK tlaily for ALKXANDRl A and intermediate Stations, at J be lore 1 - o'clock. M.. on the arrival »>i the trams* of the \iiginia Central Rail Road from Rn mmono. CnAtii.orrKsvii.lk, and Stacntox. Arriveav ALKXANDRIA. at ‘J.IP l\ M. Throloii Tickets. Km Al<*x. t<> W.xnvnTon s- »*) Kia Al<*x. t<> la ifhburj $•» 7;> •• ** 4ioi vt*>il>v lit.' •! •>'* •* ** \\ >iu*il«*ster li-»0 *• ** ♦ ’liarl*>tte>»ille 4 .*u ** ** Luray, 4 J,» ** *• stall til* *11 •» .hi, *• •• New Mnrket >'X* ** 44 Strasburg !> ->U For Lynchburg, connecting with the Stages at Charlette»v ille. oti Mondays. \\ ednesdays. and Fridays. For Lurav and New Market, connecting with the stages at Culpeper, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. For Winchester, daily, connecting with the Stages at Piedmont. For Middlebmg. daily, connecting with the Stages at The Plains. Per order :— tlov 6—tt W. B. BROCK K I P. Agent. MANASSAS CAP RAIL ROAP. tS5-SS3S> - fllllK CARS LKA\ K ALF.XANPUlA daily. I (Sundays excepted.) at 7^ •> clock. A. M . lor Strasburg and intermediate points. Stages connect daily for Winchester. Stages also leave Strasburg upon tun arrival of the CARS, daily, lor Staunton. Harrisonburg, and all intermediate points. M. M. WKI.sH, i d»*c 27—tf Superintendent. 1 B6BMI fi: F-i-r i U AN>PttRTA l lON OFFICF.. j M ANASS.Vri (iAI*. R K Co. • Saturday Pec. P*>, IS->1. 7 To 3i r ;i(tots. Ri‘eiviii<* n>id For tear do" . /g-nts. i t literondria: ON. ANP A F I F.R THIS PATK. this Com pany vviil, in no cam*, pay lor delicienides in any Ct>i»>igument deliv erable on l moo street, uule.v* the Consignee legally establi-h that the mining articles could not be lound in tin* car bv him or his authorized agent. Bv order ot the Board. W M. S. I KW LLL. , a..** i*;_iw \01 nr »*. Tran>nortation. Bigg i 1 UK AT SOUTHERN MAIL ROUTE.—j Twice da*lv between V* a-h’iigton and the ;>outh. v.u Fred“rich>burg. Richmond. Peters burg, A i . Wehion and \\ ilniington. N. C .. To Charleston. S. C.. and Augusta. Geo., being the only route yver which the Great Southern Maii is carried. The travelling public is heiebv in formed that*the swift ami comfortable Steamers rr-w-. IL'IL TIMOR E and rp*’- * "riry .WO/ AT I KHXoX jaShTSg h*ave tbe Meaiuboat wharf, at \\ asningfou, dai- . !y. at bA A. M. and ~ A l*. M.. for Aquia Creek. 1 where a connection is made with the trains ot j tiie Richmond. Fredericksburg, and Po'omac Railroad Company, by which passengers are conveyed directly on to their respcoMve destina tions. via Richmond. \ a. l he following through tickets can be obtained on board : To Fredericksburg. Va. (M> 1 do Junction ot \ a. Cen’ral Railroad 4 d’o Richmond. A a. •* To Norfolk. Va. "M To Petersburg. Va. To Weldon. N. C. 7 To Wilmington. N. C. 11 111 * Fare on tiie Potonc.j'* River. as ioliowv To Mcxamlria. 'C> cts.. and baggage i'.'i cts. for each pass* nger. To Mar'bury*> •'$1. Quantico. Sandy Point. Ac.. $1 b'k Aquia Creek. Meals and State Rooms extra. For anther information. apply on board of the boats, or to GId k M A l I INGLA . Agent, in Washington. ; Washington. P: (\. mb *'•”*—tf FOR RICHMOND 1WK E A DAY. - ><irr> BUrgic'. rpiUfregular Mail Steamers PO\VlLTl\!S I and hJLTlMORE. leave Washingtoi 1«» Aquia Creek at t'A o'clock. A. M . and < A. i’. M.. c«>nnectiiig with the cars l >r Richmond and trie South and West 77u# m the t>niy hue ntrrytntr the great Southern Mud. am! passengers may rely upon their being carried through without deten tion. GEORGF. MATTINGLY. Agent, Washington. • STEPHEN SHINN A SON. ,l,.c 12—tf Alexandria. rillli; sriSM'RIREU i“.-pect:u! y informs the 1 Public, that be ha* associated with h<rw : in the OMNIBUS R.'SINLSS. Mr. PlilSEMS COOK, l'he business w ill, hereafter, he con- ! ducted in the name of LA ! HAM A ( OOK. . •»'i _... .. „ ... 2 .1! ,, ilw. i.l.l I I'.r VM I ** ' • . Line, will b** rnaimatnd under the new admin- : i.sttation. £d**eisJ HIGH L V I H\M. j j, LATHAMS LINK OF OMNI-j Bl’SKS \\i;i leave Alexandria at j I. 7 j. and vA, A. NL, 1 *> and -">j. I*. M. Leave j \\ a>uuig*on at »>. 1 1, and 1 A. M . and #, l*. M. Seats can be secured at the Oilice. Fair- j lax street, opposite Leadbeaterks Drug Store, and j at Newton A Mansion Hou e; m Washington, at • i Halt s S**g.ir Store, Pennsylvania avenue, neat td street, and Kirkwood House. con»*r Pith 't. i ‘hi* L.ne runs lvguinlv Winter and Summer, tor the accommodation o? the Public. They ■ make ibe «piick»M time and sa’e.-t run that ha; [ ever he* n ir.ade on the road. Sober and capable diivers and me-^engers ar*‘ always on i-und. I ready lo protect and assist travellers sandy through. Passengers called tor and taken to thou rc.-i- 1 deuces it not too far. FARE, for the first trip up and last trip down. 50 cts ; all other regular trips *2f» cts. Trunks j extra. No charge for a Valise or Carpet Bag. | dec IS—Tt LATHAM A COOK. - - — — 1 IKKKKKSON TACKY ! laving rented the 1 store A?,. Pi. North Fairfax strut, otters to the public, a general assortment ot WALL PA- i PERS, BORDERS. WINDOW SHADES. FIRE PRINTS. \c. He is prepared to receive orders for llorsK Decoration. Sion ami Ornamental j Painting. Ac. MIRROR and P1UI l RE FRAMES neatlv repaired and gilded. O L l> I PICTURES cleaned and restop d. Orders for BLOCK LETTER SioNS ani> j VENETIAN BLINDS promptly attended to. dec S—! y CHEAP FURN ITU RE WARE-ROOMS.— JAMES H DEFAl'EHN. carver of King and Pitt streets, opposite the Marshall House. Alex andria. la., UPHOLSTERER. CABINET, CHAIR, BED AND MATTRASS MANU FACTURER, keeps constantly on hand, Beds Mattresses, Bolsters. Pillows, Bedsteads, j Tables, Chairs, Looking Classes, Clocks and 1 a number of HOUSE FURNISHING articles. | sep ‘it—tf __ _ : AT EG ROES WANTED—I wish to purchase 1 \j any number of NEGROES, for which 1 wii! pay liberal prices. Those wishing to sell. I will do well to call on me before selling, at my •Id stand, at West End, Alexandria. Va. aug 18—dtt JOSEPH BRUIN. BUSINESS CARDS. VIRGINIA LOfOMOTIYE k CAU MANUFACTURING CO., ALEXANDRIA, VA. MAV.T.umtK 1.0C03IOTI V K ENG1NES, STATIONARY ENGINES & BOILERS, ( HILLED CAR WHEELS AND AXLES. Having lately nectrd a large and commo dious FOUNDRY, they are prejKired to make every description ot CASTINGS, that may be required, of a superior quality and at moderate prices. jv I—tf ISAAC EXTWISLK. WM. S. MOORS. I^N’TWlSLK & MOORE. Union Street, Alex j audita, Machinists and Black-Smiths. are prepared to do all work in their line, at reasonable , price*, and with despatch. Hav iug made arrangements w ith Messrs Smith iV Perkins, for the use of their extensive assort ment of Mill-Gearing Patterns, they are prepaied to till all orders for Mill-Gearing, and Work con nected therewith, promptly, and at the lowest rates. List of patterns forwarded, when requested, by mail. oct*20—dly J.D. CORSE. EDWARD SNOWDEN. W. D. CORSE. CfORSE, SNOWDEN. N: CORSE. Exchange J Bankers. No. 1. Exchange Block, are prepared todeal in EXCHANGE PROMISSORY NOTES, TIME BILLS, CERTIFICATES OF DEPO SIT. LE TTERS OF CREDI T. BANK NOTES, and COIN, and to deal genera!Iv in STOCKS and other PUBLIC SECURITIES. 1'if’COL LECTION'S will he made in this city, an I all pa its of tin* I ni**d State-, and the proceeds . piomptly (emitted *o anv de-ignated point. REAL EsTA TE bought and sold on Com mission. Ail business entrusted to our care will receive prompt attention. jan In—ly 11 r M, W. ADAM, King Street, Alexandria, has oil hand, a choice lot of WA TCHES, JEWELRY, and SILVER WARE, of the mo-t exquisite workman-hip and patterns, to an ex amination of which lie would invite the atten tion ot his iiiertdsand strangers visiting tiie city. All GOODS sold in my estaldi-hment are* war ranted to he as represented at time ot sale. Having a large stock on hand, person.- will have no diliicdty in making then -election-. ( oni pet it ion in qn i!i*y and pi ice will be defied. Pei -onal attention given to the rep.iiringo; Cmto nomki krs. Duplex. Leve l and other ime Watches, which are warranted to per;o m accurately. 11' .! 1; W K L R Y AND S 11. \ E R W A Pv E mule to order, [my gH] WM. AN. ADAM. JOSEPH T. K. PLANT * CO, PAPER f) HASHERS. I BUOJ.STERERS. <y UOL'sE i UECORATORS. Kino strki:i\ next to thk CORNER OK ( OLIMBIS STREET. ALEXANDRIA, A A., keep cmi.-tantly on hand, a full and complete as m4TI ment ol r.ngliMi. rrenfu. anu men can i a PKR HAXOINHfc. BnRDKHS. am> DLCORA TIONS. Al.-o. HILT COUNKT.S LOOPS. \e. , Pap. i hung bv experienced workmen, and all work u at ran red to g;\»* sat otuetion. CpiioDtering m all its branches promptly at- , tended to at iimdeiaio i«De*. A call is:olicited. Those in want of these (roods, would do \\e!l to call before pmehasing | elsewhere. Our motto quick sales and light j profits. j‘ |2—-dtf VCAKD.— Respected ladies and gentlemen, especially my patients.—As 1 shall aban don the practice of Dentistry. 1 would advise you to cali on Du. Cosby. ol Alexandria, as I know ; him to be a Dentist ol the first order, and strict ly scientific. I place this before you. not only tor bis benefit, bu"for those who have lost their teeth, or are laboring under any ol the various mal ad:esof the Maxilary Bones. lYeth. Hums, or Al veolar*. Better advice you will not he able to obtain elsewhere. Oilice on Pitt. V doors north of Kinu street. Yours, respectiully, UKO. I'. C11AMBKKLI.N. M.D.D.D.S. or* gs—d ! y UitMtv i. sh«-thk:::>. jamks h. komnson SilF.PlIKiU) nOIJIXSON, (hurt t i.o'S lo list's heid^es.) MANlKACTi i.KrtS AM* PKAI.KUS IS »NToi'VUKI.\if /.M Ao7,.> tt'tT- MU !'< USA* I.S. I .Marulkizi:!) Ikon Mavii.es. Orates, Kkkuic ek atous. Chain and JSivtion Pt mi s, 1 in, I offer, and Sheet Ikon Ware. Sou h Hex/ comer oj A■*/;£ u n ti St. J so ph sheds, Jtf.mndria. Ju. jTr UOOtlMR SROl TJAC. and all other work appertaining to the business, promptly ex. ♦■cured in a neat and durable maimer. jy dl—tf .. .. | |> >. (»win. D. Reamer. / 1 WIN & Rr.AMLIL . a norERS. COM j j MISSION M y R CUJA' TS otui S'OR It .IRDINO jay ATS. I nioii street. Jh.utudn,.. JV. d.wote their undivided personal attention to th*» sales ol ewn d.escription ot PRODl ( h consigned to them. Also, to receiving and tor* v.ardmg HOODS. M KKCH AN DISK. \c. Lib eral cash advances made on consignments in . hand. • ... jyy* \ large stock of HROChKlKS constant ly m s*ore. Orders filled with promptness and despatch aug-^—n DR. .I. RANDOLPH WALTON. OKAPI*ATE ; OK THE Rolttn.ore Co/Age of Dental Sue- j gtry. would r^peotluily imorm the citizens ol Alexandria and its vicinity, that he will devote himself to the practice ot DKN I ISi KA. and to the Medical and Surgical Treatment ol all the Diseases ok the Morrii. Absent the second Monday, Tuesday, and Wu.inuut.v .m' i.>di month. Terms moderate. XCT Otliee on Roy I strut, iittrer.i Rina mid PritUT Sere's ^p~' > I\K. WM. N. TIFFKY. Suneoti Dr.itist. f would *ake this method ot inl'oiniing his li lends and the public generally, that he has re- ! moved liis olhce To the Marshall House, where he is prepared to receive all gentlemen \mio mav desire his services, Ladies wishingservices "ill bewailed on at their lesidenoc.s, h\ lea\ingi word at his office. j*' ,,!i H _ ▼ \'-:M'.\LL MARBl IIY, Jttnrncy-at-Lmr. at , JlrrondrUi. J it.. " ill practice in 'be Courts ot Alexandria and. the adjacent Counties 01 \ u* \ ginia and Maryland. Olhce on Cameron street, opposite ( ity Hotel. —«p *•«-—tl' T. A BREW IS. > \ rAKp > ANTHONY LAWSON. F J t -\ BRF.WFS & CO . WHOLESALE AM* RK i . tail GROCERS. PRODI CHand GEN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Came ron st„ opposite tlie Market House, aug'-;3 1) EDWARD If. HANFOHII. OHHI.V FOOTE II H. HANFORD Ac CO., Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds ot Cabinet fur niture. I hairs. &c., corner oi King and St. Asaph streets Alexandria. Va. O ICHARD L. CARNK, Jr, dealer in Hard e ware. Cutlerv, Hnllow-W are. Ac . Ax., smith east corner King and Fairfax streets, Alexandria. Va . has just receded his Fa!! supply, and invites ti\H inspection ot the oub'ic '-eo --I CHAS. HOWARD. ALFRED POOR HOWARD Ac POOR. General Commission Mercb^Vs, Daingerfteld s Wharf. Alexan dria. Va. mh 13—tf DAVID Hl'ME. J. K. MARSHALL. H.l. WARD He ME, MARSHALL & WARD. Grocers. Com mission, and Forwarding Mechants, King street, near the Railroad. ap - j—u CiEO. K ROBINSON*. THOMAS E. PAVNE. I') OBI N SON & PAYNE, C irocers. Commission, and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Streei Wharf Alexandria, Va. _ oct 8—tf l x H HUNTON, Grocer and General Com |\# mission Merchant, Dangerfield s Wharf, l^Tween Queen and Cameron st<; _| rA MARBt'RY, Commission Merchant,; . end wholesale dealer in Korean and Po-, Beetlc Liquors, Fowle » Wharf mh l8—" Bl'SlNKSS CARDS. •JOHN H. PARROTT, dlalku in PM NOS. MFLOD FOSS. GUITARS ami M L'.SlGAL 1 NSTItl'MKNT> GKNKUAI*** fct?*'Af.nty FoiVti/it ami Dowsfic M(iAr.**&& 1) ESPEl ' FELLY repre>.nts that he has ^ just opened an entirely new stock of the above articles, in one ol the new rooms under WASHINGTON II ALL. (hi Kin", four doors below Washington street. He designs, also, keeping a general stock of SCHOOL and MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. STATIONERY, Ac. His aim shall be to plcare all who may favor hiinNvith a calf. Having purchased tor rash, he i» prepared tooifer inducements to those wanting any thing in his line. Come and see me. • ian 1 — !v J • » JOHN W. Hl'HKK. ARTHUR HERBERT i)I RKE & HERBERT, Exchange and Real ) Estate Brokers, corner of Prince and Water stieets, (opposite Bank of the Old Dominion.) Alexandria, Va., will give prompt attention to all business in their line, such as buying and sell ing Stocks, Bills, Promissory Notes, Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Gold and Silver. Negotiating Loans, &c., &c. Market rates paid tor Land War- I rants. Remittances promptly made at the low est pos sibie rates. Real Estate bought and sold on Commission jy l—tf E !’. Addison*. 1). Howard. VDDISON Ac HOWARD. GENERAL COM MISSION ASD FORWARD! \0 MER C HAS I S. and ufalkrs in AGR1C1 LTl HAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, and FERTILIZERS. at Addison Mkauk’s old stand. Union street Alexandria. Fa. Orders lor IVnnock’s Wheat Di'ill, with Nel-l son s Guano Attachment, as well as other arti cles in their line, or to be had m the market, will be tilled w ith promptness. Terms cash, or ils equivalent. Particular attention paid to the sale ol Flour, Wheat, Corn. Eve. (.oo'L consigned to their care will be forward ed with despatch. aug V GEO HO K KEPUART. TEAM W. BARKER. KEPHAKT Ac BARKER, wholesale and >e tail Lumber Merchants, near t’ne Fisli Wharf. Alexandria. Va. Dealers in Nail*. Plan ter, Lime, and Cement. They keep constantly on hand every variety of well seasoned Susquehanna. White Pine, Spruce, and Carolina Lumber. Shm- ( gles. Laths. \c., and most re* poet fa 11y invite pur chasers to give them a call before purchasing elsewhere, a* they teel coiifident, with theii large stocks, and tin* prices winch they are selling at. they cannot fail to please. A large warehouse is attached to our Counting Room, capable of storing a large amount ol goods, which we are piepared to receive at the usual rates. jy 20—ly j \\TATCHES! W A T C H E > ! l—J. C. f f ( LARK, practical U a/rh Mher. sign ol the Gou> Watch, 1 Lr> north sun oj A mg street. , r.anly op/.osi f the Marshall House,.'Jlc.runrfriu. I tr itinij. I.a>;u4 received from M. Tobias. of Lon don. and Joseph Johnson, of Liverpool, a splen- j did a-"or!men! of G O L D asii S 1 L \ h R , WATl HEi\ to which the attention ot Gentle- i men and Ladies is solicited—D eling conscious that he will be able to suit the taste of all. both as it regards quality and price. Also, received. ; GOLD and MLYER SPECTACLES of assor ted quality, to suit all ages. All articles sold from his establishment will j be warranted to give full satisfaction. rov 3 1AW NOTICE!—GORDON b YEATON. j George L. Gordon and W. C. Beaton,: having associated as Attorney's, in the practice of the law, will give strict a’tention to all bu siness entrusted to them. )ifice on west side ot Roval street, be tween King and Prince streets. Alexandria, \ a. IVW. C. V EATON, as Notary Public and Commissioner ol Deeds tor most ol the States of the Cnion. will attend to the taking ot tin* prool and acknowledgment <»! deeds. \c.. and all other duties ot said otiices. s* p g 1—<ltl STEPHEN SHINN & SON, Grocers. Com mission and Forwarding Merchants. Jan uev's Wharf. Liberal advances made on Con-j signments, and particular attention given to the 1 sale of Country Produce. i Agents for Regular Lines New \ ork and Pbi 1- • adeiphia Packets. All goods entrusted to their . care will be L>i warded with pmniptr.e^s and des- i patch, and at lowest rates. mh IS—ly \ 4 1 C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, ('hair, and Soli j tz # Manufacturer, corner ot King and Allred; Mieets. Alexandra, Va.. has constantly on hand.! and otter*'to the public, an excellent assortment! ol l nil net Ware. Sofas, and ( hairs.ot every vanety. and on tin* low est terms, which. D»r dura- j bility and finish,cannot be ?urpass<d. mh J—! v T. M. M CORMICK, / . r* \ !»l) $ T- T* 1. M. M CORMICK. $ ‘ X ( J- M. SIMMS. T. M. McCORMICK. At CO . WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. PRODUCE. AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Theatre Bi n.ding. Alexandria. \ a. feb 16— ly .; H. K. sr<»\e, » • : STONF. & HART. Apothecaries, whole- , sale ami retail dealers in Pi:i'«<s. Menu inks. ; i*atknt Mkimonks. Pkrkcmkky. Fancy Article*. j Cl*;Alis, 'J wbacco. Ac.. Ac. No inO ror. Kmg j and Pitt streets. Alexandria, Va.. jm J/ j T. 8. SKINKKK. »• " "’EIGHT. ! SKINKKR A WRIGHT ha\ e constantly on j hand FINE (IROUND l>FASTER, at their Steam Mill, Alexandria. I'irgi/wi. ian —tf Cl il. WILLIAMS, Surgeon Dentist. Office; on west side of Washington, between King j and ( ameron streets. Alexandria. \ a. I atient- > ttoni the Country will please gi'. e him a lew days ; notice, by mail, of tli^ii intention to call on him. 1 UOV 11 / i KO. W. HARRISON, on the Rail Road.A 1- ; y J exandria, Va. Dealer in Foreign, and D<- j mp>tic Liquors, of all kind-; Groceries. Fi>h, I and Provisions generally. Orders from the Conn- j try promptly attended to, and Produce taken in exchange st“P 1—P ; / 1 RKKN. SUTTLK A CO., I ’bodice Com-| \ J mission Merchants, and Grocers. Alexan-j dria. Va. l'*F Ali orders will receive prompt attention. | feb IS—tt JOHN A. ROACH. GEORGE WASHINGTON | 1) OACH & WASHINGTON, Grocers, Com- j Y> mission, and Forwarding Merchants, I nion street, north of King, Alexandria, \ a. Sep ‘J 1—ti 1 . .. . „ _ S. J5. BROWN. J. H SHOOK. J -J v<<) WN A SHOOK. COMMISSION and j 13 FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Rich-j HON'D. Virginia. feb 1—-d6m ; T p. CLARKK. dealer in Paper Hangings,I • ) # Shades and Fixtmes, Curtain Hangings and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, \ a jv 14—dtf _ r H HOOFF. Flour, Grain, and Grocery J . Merchant, Green’s Wharf, onposjte the Locomotive and Car works ot Messrs. ,^4 Perkins, Alexandria. > a_ _ —- , I). S. GRE60MT. TOYAN-ADASB A CO, Alexandria. Va BA\^and re,ad dealers mKorXand| Domestic Drjwoo^s. - T» f cINTOSH’S HOWARD HOUSE, Howard VI street. Baltimore JOHN MclNTOSH, Proprietor. Baltimore, aug 14—eoCna -————— CHINA, GLASS, KARTHRNWARS, Ac. (1H1NA. (iLASS. and QUEEXSWARE — j RORERT II. MILLER. A>q>oc/ir, has re ceived from Liverpool, per Ship A. B. I hornp son. N ' crates and hogshead* of'Ware, compris ing a complete as.-ortnient ol goods in his line. ; White Grande Dinner Set-. Dinner and Tea Ware, of new and handsome patterns and styles BltiePiinted do do do Common Ware, consisting of Edged. Enamelled, and (’ream colored, of all descriptions. On hand, from various sources, recently re-, ceived and opened. Cut Class Ware, in every variety Pressed do do do Plain do do do Ciench China, consisting of Cold band and rich'v decorated Tea SetCups and Saucers. Va ses. Pitchers. Fruit Baskets. Mugs. Candlesticks. Ac. Pipes, in boxes. English and German Stoneware, of superior quality Window Gla--. a large stock, and great variety ol si/.es and qualities. Having in connection with his establishment in St. Louis, superior advantages in ordering and purchasing goods, in this line, the subscriber has no hesitation in saying that his stock o! goods hits been -elected under more lavorable circumstances than mo-t ol hi- competitors in the Eastern cities, and that he can supply Coun try Merchant.-: an 1 other.-, upon general'v better terms. .Meichants \ i-iting Alexandria are particular ly requested *o call and examine for them^ehe His goods and prices will compare lavorably iriih an'/ n in t vslablishnirnt. irhaltiur. sep‘>s R. 11. MILLER. uT K’E.—OLIVER W TURNER ^ JOHN T. DOWELL, hav ing entered into a co-partnership under the stvle ot TURNER <y DOWELL. for the purpose of conducting the bu-iness ol ('HI N.L OLH>S. EH RT HE N WHRE. 4'c, and having purchased ♦ he STOCK ot .Jamks P. Smith, may be found at thr ()!>l Stand on Koig strrrt, i.rlmr Lan fnr. where they j intend to keep a lull supply ot the Aiitici.ks belonging to their line ol bu-iuess. They will he happy to seethe ohl cii-tomcrs of the house and all then iri«nds who may he in want of G<)()I>S, promising their best endeavors Jo plea-e nil who may call. O. W. TURNER, jy If,—tt' JNO. T. DOWELL. / 1HINA. GLASS AND QUEENSWAKE.— \y TURNER if DO WELlA. x o received, in addition lo their stock, at the old stand ot Jas. P. Smith. No.-11. King strect, l.nn( RA 1 KS am* CASKS, consisting of Staple and Fancy Dinner. Dessert, l ea and Toilet Sets. Pan tn Marble Mantle Ornaments. V ase3 ol every de-cription English. French, and Bohemian t 'lass U are. and Fancy Goods, together with every variety of Ma ple Ware.an examination of which they solicit irom the trade and dealers general!), before pur chasing elsewhere. and pledge themselves to sell at such prices as will challenge competition, ci ther in this or any other market. sep do I TRENCH PORCELAIN,—China Dimer ^ Sets, gold baud and decorated: China ! Dinner Sets, white, made up to any desired as sortment. very cheap Plain gold hand Tea Sets, richly decorated do.. ( Plain whif2 do. remarkably cheap. French China Cups and Saucers, plain white and gilt. french China Vases in great variety. These goods having been purchased at auc tion at less than the cost of importation, will be sold verv low. Call and see 10 mo 30 ROBERT H. MILLER. / < AS FiXTI’RES.— The subscriber has re \ \ cei\«d additions to his stock of Gas Fixtures,; comprising CHAN DELI ERS ol new and hand son**- patterns, wi’h two. three and iotir burners. Drop Lights. Brackets and Pendants, new style i splendid Paper Shades. A full supply ol Lamps. Wicks. Chimneys, anti Globes, in great variety, always on hand, at vejy low prices. 1 i> mio i B. H. MILLER. HARDWARE, Cl'TLKRY, &c. K X c; L I s II, C A s T Ij E M A X &. CO., Importers, and Wholesale Dealers in HAUDWAKE, CUTLElir, Gl\X$t <(>.,; HAVE just received, direct from the Man f'FACTi’UKKS. their FALL SUPPLY OF GOODS. whi»’h is very large, and has been selected with great care, particularly, with a view to supplying the want sot COUNTRY M ERG HA NTS. We respectfully invite an examination ol our stock, as we are prepared to-apply the trade at prices that will compare tavorably with tho'-e oi the Northern markets. sep ‘W IOHN T. CREIGHTON At CO., on //,*> <oruei of hinii on'I Huy ills! nets. Ai.kxanukia, V \.. would respectlully invite the attention of Coun try Merchants and others, to theii large and well selected, stock ol HARDWARE, ( L I EE RY. and AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,. which they have commenced receiving direct from the manufacturers—feeling assured that they can offer such inducements to dealers as will he perfectly satisfactory. Their stock cm hi arcs every description of POOPS in their line. Oi-ss. 1'isroi.s. (»amk B vos. Shot Pouchf.*. Pow i• ].;i< FT asks. in great variety, allot which will lie sold wholesale and retail at prices to please. Call and examine. **ep I'-'—tf i:\V POOPS.—Elf H.'JRf) Is. ( JJiXE *»• > King and ‘1 South Fairfax street, has jn-t received ins Fall supply oi HARP WALK AND CUTLERY. lie offers for sale, at tlie lowest cash prie**?. a lull assortment of Knives and Fork-. Pots. Overs. Skillets, and Lide. Sisters. Tahir and Tea Spoons, and other House Keeping articles: Spade', v hovels, and Farming I 'tensiR generally. Saws, Planes. Corn passes. Chisels. ugers and other Carpenters 'Fools, besides all kinds of other (*«,nds. in his line. Gne him a call helor purchasing, and i von will ha*, e no ciMi.'e‘o regret it. oct Is (toRN shelters. straw cutters. , ; SUGAR CRUSHERS AND STORE; TRUCKS.—The subscriber' h ive just received an additional supply ol the above desirable nr- , tides whick til- V will sell a* low prices, us tiny UTf [nr iln■stut'.r. On hand, a good assortment, ol Ploh;iis and Cas vinos, Harrows, Cultivators. &c. Call and 1 examine, at ilte corner of King and Royal streets. JOHN ]. ( RF.IGHION Ac CO. jan 15 / 1IJNS.—Weh ave just received, a large stock \ J( ol ENGLISH GUNS, ol our own impor tation, which we can sell low, and warrant j to give satisfaction. _ novS ENGLISH, CASTLK.MAN & CO. , ■»T\\rK \ GLASSKLL, Guvnis-SIiin Mkk ,\ CHANTS, rA Water stmt. Sew Ye»k.—Strict attention si’-*'" •'* all consignments of Pionure. Flour, Grain. Ac., *v<‘ Rekkr to Shields & Somerville, Richmond, Va. Armstead & Warwick, Baltimore. Bacon .V Busker, i!le. P Va Rich'd II- Carter, Fauquier coun.y, > a. Blow £- Marsh, N* w York. Harvey, Seudder & Co, 'n• ... . liar.e> NANCE & GLASSELL. Npu- YorUsjy l9—^_1 10R HIRE.—A Housemaid and Seamstress, ; 4 aged about thirty, and without incum brance. Enquire this ohicc. jan 27—(f j I LEATHERS —500 lbs. new FEATHERS. ^ lor sale by teb 5 ' HARPER & BOUSH. IUMP AND GROUND PLASTER for sale j bv the quantity*, or single ton. dec 30—tf t J. WIST. 60 BKILI.IAN'T SCHEMES. To be drawn m WTInifitgfou, Delaware, IN IF. MU'A KY, iS.3b. GREGORY <*L SHIRY, Malinger*. h.m DOLLARS! IOTTKRV lor the Imnctit of the State ol j Delaware. Class 3b, lor ltvbb. draw n at Wil mington. Del.. <>a Saturday. Fthruary \~'h. I sbb. 7b number lottery—12drawn ballots! M.UJNIFICKNT SCHKMK. 1 pri/.e ot $3b.(KM' 1 d-> $3.b0b 1 do 1 b.t>()<’t bo prizes of l.'M) l d® 1.3.000 bo do boo 1 do 10.000 111 do boo 1 do b.t MX) Ac.. Ac„ Ac. Tickets $!')—halves $>'—quarters $2 bo. Certificates of pack'gs. 2b whole rickets. $140 00 Do do 2b half do 70 00 Do do 20 quarter do 3b 00 04,000 DOLLARS! IOTTKRV for the benefit of the State of j Delaware. (Mass H. tor isbb.drawn at Wil mington. Del ..on Sutvniay. Ffl rtniry l \:h. ISbb. 1 I drawn numbers out ot 7> ! BRILLIANT SCHKMK 1 pri/.e of $U-L*mi»* b prizes of $4.imm» ! prize of 30.000 •’» do 3.1MN) 1 do 20.000 Jo d® 2. "on 1 do 1,5.1)1 mi loo do l.ooo 1 do 8.8SN 230 do 400 Ac., Ac.. Ac. 'fickets $20. halves 10. quarters b, eighths 2 bo Certil!cao*s of pachag s 2‘» who!** ticket' $2bo oo Do do 2b half do 12b oo Do do 2*3 quarter do b2 bo D<» do *jb eighth do 31 t ORDKRS tor Pickets and Shares and Cei titicates of Packages in the above Splendid Lol teri**s. will receive the most prompt attention, and an account of each drawing will be s**nt immediately after it is over to ail who order from me. Address. P. .1. BCCKLY. Agent j oi 2b—I rn Wilmington. Delaware. LINKER YARDS. ILMBKR YARDS—the shb;c,ibci having j lented the yard. recently occupied I»v Messrs. .Limes LiVen A Son. iietween Duke and Wolfe streets ha<, and will keep on hand, a geneial as soitmentol the different hind-o: LI MBKIL v;z Kjstem White Pine. Spill* i* and Hemlock, differ ent kind- ot Susquehanna, Kastein Shore, and Carolina Scantling and Boards, well seasoned — Also. Shingles, L.'ths, Nails, Lime. Plaisler. Ce ment. and all other article, toumi in Lumber Yanis Persons wishing a good article will find it to their interest to give me a call lie fore pinrhasing e|>e\\here, on 7—dtt I OS K PH MASTKRS. 1 LAI HI- i\ \ AKD.— >>e take this method o! j informing our customers, that we have con m eted out IX MHER BUSINESS with the CAIfc INET MANUFACTollY, where we are pre pared to turni.-li every description ot Lumber usually found in the most extensive LUMBER YARDS. ALSO. Lime. Hydraulic Cement. Calcined Plaister. Laths. Shingles, Railings. Na’ls of all si/.es Ac., Ac., which we will seii low for cash, or at the usual time U> punctual customers. jan i JAMES GREEN * SON. B. WATERS. B. ZIMMEBMAS. T. A WATERS. WATERS. ZIMMERMAN & CO. Extensive dealers in Lumber. Shingles, Laths. Ac., on the w harf, toot ot Cameron street, are constantly in the receipt of Building Mate rials. Horn the States of North Carolina. Pennsyl vania, N. York, Maine.and the British Provinces, which they offer for sale on accommodating terms. Their arrangements with manufacturers enable them to supply particular bills of White. Spiuce. and Yellow Pine, at the shortest notice, mh I—tf STOVES, TIN WARE, Ar. Stoves* stoves!! stoves?!!- The sub. >ciibcr- are now receiving at the Alexan dria Stovk 1'Ki’oT. i.'ieir fall supply of STOl’KS, which have l»»-en catetully -.elected from the Northern manmactories, and which, lor beauty and economy, are mis ui passed by any in the United Mates. We would name in part our Coo kino Stovks for Wood and Coal —The Empire State; Alexandria Air 'light: Black Diamond; Victory; Palm: Blue Ridge; Queen ot the West; Bamiei; Premium; Old Dominion; Fa.-hiou of Troy. Ac. Dixist; Room Stovfs.—Shepherds Patent, for . wood or coal. Wager’s ditto. Parlors.— Littlefield’s Gas Burner'*, for Par lors and Office*-; Italian Air Tight. Saratoga; Ciiva.-ian; Peruvian; Persian: Feinour; Radi ator-': .seit Regulators: Boston Pop- and Base-.-.; ; Portable Grates. Ac . Ac.. With a large assortment of other Goods apper taining to the trade, to which we invite public inspection, leelirig confident that they will com pare favorably with any house south ot Phila delphia. SHEPHERD A ROBINSON. Successors to Bell A Bridges, sep southwest cor. King A St. Asaph sts. FOR 9AL|S AND REHT. 44 HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.—I \vi21 cell at private sale the HOUSE arid LOT on Union, between King ami Prince >tieets, occupied as .* <-t«>re and dwelling for twenty years past. 'Pin* lot is hounded on the north and west by a twenty le.-t ailev.and can lie so altered as to make a fine store house foi the railroad trade. '|*|.c cais pas-* immediately in front of this property. For terms, Ac., apply to SAMUEL I. McCORMICK. or jv dt—eotf RUDOLPH MASSEY. 44 FOR SALE—THE TWO S T () K V Jii&F R A M E H O U S E AND LOT OF OROI ND. u///h nnur i>f Witicr nml Wiikis tiieels. For termsAc .apply to aug ‘Jd— eoff S. .1. McCORMICK. Auct. 44 FOR RENT.—'The large and very de JtiiaLsirahie residence of Mrs. Louis A. Ca/.e nove. on Washington street. The house lias eight rooms, besides seivants rooms, is heated bv a tnruai *\ v\!*h ga«. water, and al! the modern improvements, green house. &r. Possession given immediately. For terms, k<\. aj>p!y to Oa/enove & Co., or to the subscriber. f*»b 8—dtf S. T. STUART. 44 FOR REN T.—A cornfoi table TKNE M!•'NT with lour rooms, and a good sta ble. with from 10 to'JR ACRES of very super ior LAND for Gardening, at the head of King street, Alexandria, will be rented low. to a goo< tenant, who can bring satisfactory recommend* ,Tb7^rr"0,Am)i«»N* HOWARD. MKOR K 1:N T-— A THREE-STORY nines DWEELltM. nn :b. .Win *«Je ol K.n- between Allre.l and I’aliick .tret*, re-j cenlly occupied by Mr. John Mct orrmck. Ji — Possession given immediately, hor terms ap ,|y to GEO. WASHINGTON. At Roach \ W ashiugtou's, Lnion-st. dec 14—ti 44 FOR RENT—T »IK NEW FOUR STORY •j'"" niiv ruoor BRICK WAREHOUSE, situa- . tod on the east ride of Union street, between Prince and Duke streets, and within a few feet di the Rail Road. Immediate po-session given. Apply to [jan £2—tf] FOWLE ifc u), 1 44 TO LET.—A new’ two story FRAME * mii'miiA HOI SL With Brick Basement, containing nx large rooms, on Wolfe, near the corner of Washington street. Possesaion given imme diately. by applying to ' GEORGE W. HARRISON, dec 30—tf Ferry Slip. 44 FOR RENT.—Three new DWELLING •iiiOLllOl SES lately erected at the corner of Wilkes and Henry streets, near the depot of the j Orange and Alexandria R R. Co. Terms mod- ! erate. Apply to J. T. JOHN5TOv dec 27—dtt" MISC’KLL A > KOI S IIK A DIXG. TITK TWO WKAVKRS. Ai at their work two weavers sat. Beguiling time with friendly eh \ They t< uelied upon the price of meat, So high a weaver scarce could eat. “What with my brats and sick’v wife,'* Quoth Dick, “I’m almost tired of life; | ‘So hard my work, so poor my fare, ' fis more than mortal man can bear. “How glorious is the rich man’s state! His house so tine, his wealth so great! Heaven is unjust, You must agree— Why all to him, why none to me? ‘ In spite of what the Scripture teaches, hi spite ot what the parson preaches. This world. I’ve thought, indeed so long. Is ruled, meihinks, extremely wrong.” Says John, “Oar ignorance is the cause, Why thus wc.blame ourMaket’s laws; Parts of his ways alone we know, 'Tit* all that man can see below. i “Seeth those that our carpet, not half done, Which thou, dear Dick, hast well begun? Beh*dd the wild confusion there; So rude the mass it makes one stare. “A stranger, ignorant of the trade, Would say no meaning s there conveyed; For, w inn* the middle, where Hie border? Thy carpet now is all disorder. Says Dick, “My work is vet in bit-. But still jo every part i: tit-; Bc.-id*»s you reason like a halt — Why, mail, this car; ct'»* inside out.” Says.) dm, “Thou saye-t the thing I in *.n, And now l hope to cure thy spleen: This world which clouds they swul with doubt, Is but a carpel inside out. “As when we view these shred- and ends, N\ e know not what the whole intends; So w hrn on earth things seem hut odd They’re working -till some scheme of Hi d. ‘.V* plan, no pattern, can we tra< *», All wants proportion, truth, an 1 grace; The motley mixture we deride, Nor see the beauteous upper side. “But when wc roach that world «d light, And view the tilings of tjud aright, Then shall we see toe wlio c design, And own the workman was Divine. *• \V I t Ik I l.kkt*/\ OAoikt |I|> •• / i .... .i.«o ...:n .t__ » » iiuv im »/ii» on ovi u m uiu w All order and design appear; Tl.en shall we praise what we here spurned, l or then the carpet w ill he turned.” “Thou’rt right,” 'juuth Dick, “in more i’ii grumble, That this .-ad world is such a jumble; My impious d mbtsare put to flight. For my own carpet seta me right.” WILLIK i;kll.. Down in yonder shadowed valley, Where the death-tide's waters roll, Where dark phantoms ever dally With the tieeting, fainting soul, Where the hymn ot death is waking. In the gloom with measured swell; Thither went, our heart strings breaking, Little, loving Willie Bell. ClIORl'S. Gentle Willie, darling Willie; Ilow we loved thee none can tell; Thou has lef t us, and forever, Little, loving Willie Bell. All the spring time played he gladly. With the sunbeams from the sky,— In the summer watched lie sadly, All the spring dowers fade and die. And he wandered by the brook side, Where the gushing waters fell, — Where the n«»g*ls sang as night tide, Music low to Willy Bell. But, when summer blossoms faded, And theautirtnn leaves Hew by; When the gentle buds were shaded By the snow wreaths from on high; Then a voico came down from Heaven, Like the waves in winding shell, And an angel crown was given To the brow of Willie Boll. Foi led they his hands of whiteness, O'er the marble lifeless breast; While sweet strains from harps of l>rightue-s Welcomed him to heavenly rest, And the eyes of blue were closing O’er the cheek where death damps fell. While in dreamless sleep reposing Was the form of Willie Bell. Down within the crassv meadow. Down within the silent vale. Where at even conies the shadow Of tho moonbeams, still nn*l pale; There, upon the earth’s roM bosom, ’Mid thennow Hakes as they fell, l/iid we our bright summer blossom. Loved in death, sweet Wiliie Kell. / CABINET. CHAIR AND SOFA MAM' \ FACTORY —Th<» subscriber ha* on ham' ,tini will continue to mantiUctnie. at his o!»l : and well known tVabliMimcnt, ronur oj Am/ and (.'ohiminis strict*. the greatest variety of Rosk woor>. Wai.ntt. Maiiot.avy, and common FUR NITURE. (Antique, French, and Modem styles.) i:: the most fashionable and duiahle manuci. Among which are a variety ol splrn lid Ma i hog.uiy.and Walnut Wakorohks. Bk.u.nTka Rr rkat.h, Sot as. Extension Iahlks, Sofa Iabi.ks, j Sim:noAKi>s. Mkkrsing Tahlm. Enclosed Twi*t. | and Beaded Ktagkkkr. with ail other articles to I cone*sjio?i<l. ol the first s'yic and elegance. 1 .Superb Cottage .Sura, \vifh and without mar I Also (iilt. .Maltogeny. and Walnut and Gilt ! Frame Mirrors, lor pailnr »nilo:\u‘T purpose*. Feaflicr and .s|»iug I>ki>s, Hair, - buck, and Shuck and Cotton .M\i rRK.ssEH, Ac., all ot which i,r offers on the most favorable term*. Inaddi : f|,>n. he has constantly ori hand a great variety ol common f LRM 11 1H., at Sow prices. He r* Fpcctliilly invites all persons to visit hi* exten sive Fi «MTt rk Rooms. sep2H—ddm CHARLES KOONKS. 117 ALL & hTEFHENb, W AriUl N'GTO.N. D. f f C.. PciintyUuiiui jivenue. 'Jik and MHh $reels—GENTLEMEN'S READY MADE (CLOTHING, of first quality and or *vk latest styles—We are receiving constant ly from New York, GARMENTS cutandrnade i:i trie most ta>hionahle manner, such as are not found in other establishments this side of Philadelphia. Families at a distance wishing to. send for garments, by observing the following mea sures. can always fit. viz:—For Coat ar.d Jacket, from seam to seam across the back, and in.-ide seam of sleeves. Rants, the inside measure tor • leg. and around the waist. Washington, jan 24—6mo Housekeeping articles.—-joiTn OGDEN, on King-btreet, near St. Asaph, invites Attention to his variety of HOUSEKEEP ING ARTICLES, embracing Wood and Wil low Ware, Hardware and Cutlery, Tin, Britan nia, PlaU’d-waro. Brushes, Feather-dusters, Door Mats, Ac. As it is the business of this estab lishment to furnish things useful in Housekeep ing, a greater variety is offered of such articles, than may be found elsewhere, and at the lowest prices.____ }^~£n— W^t**”* f. hooe.