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Baptist General Association of Virginia.
This body met in Charlottesville on Thurs day morning last. About 150 delegates were in attendance. The foreign missionary ser mon was delivered by Elder Grimsley to a crowded audience. The Association was called to order by Elder J. B. Jeter, Modera tor. and Alexander Pope Abell, was appoint ed Clerk, pro tern. The meeting after ap pointing Committees on Delegations and Re ligious Exercises, adjounred toJieartho intro ductory sermon by Rev. II. W. Dodge, from Jeremiah, 23, b. In the afternoon, the Association reassem bled, when it was, ifasoJr*/, That this Association now pro ceed to organize under the new Constitution, approved at last session, and by its action re ferred to the “Churches, Associations and Missionary Societies for ratification." The Constitution was read by the Clerk. The Association proceeded to the election of offi cers and the following named brethren were reported as elected : President, Elder J. B. Jeter: Secretary, Alex, Pope Abell; Treasurer, Jesse F. Keesee. No election for Vice Pres idents were reported, when the Association adjourned, except Dr. R. B. 0. llowell, First Vice President. NAHH1KU. On Thursday. May 31st. in the F street Pres bvterian Church, bv the Rev. F. D. Gurley, D. p, Mr BUSH ROD M. REED to Miss ANNE L WILSON, both of Washington. On Thursday. May 31st, by Rev. W. C. Steel. JOHN WESLEY ROGERS, esq. to Miss JANE ELIZABETH EARN CM both of Wash ington On the 29th ultimo, bv the Rev. Mr. Duncan. Mr JAMES N W. DAY IS to Miss MARTHA E. SEWELL, all of Washington. DIED. On the 1st i Hit ant. Mrs. MARTHA F.., »n the IMh year of her age, wife of Mr. James N. W. Davis. __ rOAAKRCUL._ Alexandria Market, June a. BREADSTUFFS.—There is a dead calm in the market for Breadstuff's. The stock ot Flour is very small—held at $11—but there is very little disposition to buy. Receipts little or noth ing. Wheat is steady—receipts light. Small parcels are selling at 235 ui 240 cts. lor red. and 245 0 250 cts. tor white. No change in Corn. We quote white and mixed at H »f> a IDS cts ; yellow lus ui lit) cts. Rye 13u 'jjt 135 cts. Oat9 00 Os cts. BUSINESS dull—money tight—the Banks dis counting very little. The Markets* Baltimore, June 2.—Grain—there is but little doiug this morning, and receipts are light; but the market is steady at yesterday's prices. Howard Street flour is held at $11, aud City Mills at $10 75. New York, June 2.—Stocks are dull and heavy. Money is plenty. Cotton is firm. Flour is easier but not quotably lower; good Ohio, $10 12 ($ $10 374. Southern is stea dy; sale* of 1700 bids. VV heat is unchanged aud nominal. Pork is a trifle lower. Beef is unchanged. Lard is unchanged. Whis key is dull and lower; Ohio 354 (<£ 50 cents ^^allon^ ^^^ ALMANAC. |s55. ISwwjSwWi JUNE. rue*. *et* MooVs Phase* 4 Monday . 4 46 7 14 u„ “ " 5 Tu«*d»y. . »6 7 14 '*a»' 'lr • * 51 6 W«WI») 4 40 7 • •14 * J M 7 Thursday . 4 40 7 ", 4- M W Friday....;4 44 7 16 >*ul1-3 * 3 *• q Saturday . 4 44 7 16’ HIGH VV A 1 KR. 10 Sunday... 4 147 !♦>! Jinh 4 Oh. 00m. I.ATKST DA T K S. L.ruJou.May IT j llatw.Id Liverpool.May IT | New OrtMM.M:yv 2> MARINE LIST. HOKT OK ALEXANDRIA, JINK 2. Arkivhd. Brig J. West, Dyer, Portland, plaster to Fow le \ Co. Sc hr. Mag Warren, -, Norfolk, to Cum berland Coal and Iron Co. Sailed. Steamer Maryland. Mitchell, Baltimore, by S. Shinn Ac S>n. £S VESSELS W AN I ED. ton POKTI AND, BOSTON. BRIDGEPORT. PROVIDENCE. NEW YORK. TROY, And other Eastern Ports, by „iy *4 FOWLE Ac CO. T3, VESSELS WANTED, lor Philadel ^^gphia. Boston, and Eastei it Ports. WILLIAM A. DUNCAN, my 3]—ti Union Wharf. ^ VESSELS WANTED to load for New itt^tYork, Boston, and other Eastern Ports. jM HOWARD * POOR. 1)KLTS for Ladies, Misses, and Boys, best Elastics, all colors; silk with fancy Clasps. Morocco and others. Call and see them, at je 2 RICHARDS. ONOW ZINC WHI TE, in Tin C ans. 25 cts. each, a beautiful article.just received by mv 29 PEEL Ac STEVENS, 39, King-st. BROWN S TOUT — 5 casks Brown Stout and Seotch Ale, for sale by my 7—eo2m T. A. BREW IS Ac <?O Leghorn hats—a few dozen, received, and for sale low at WHITE S, my 15 Auction Room. King street. PLAINTER —200 tons Windsor Plaister. for sale, by M. KLDRIDGE, my 25—2w Union Wharf. POTATOES—lu store, 3<>ubushels ot prime Potatoes, for sale, by 31. ELDRIDGE, my 25 2w Union Wharf. BACON —50 hhds. Bacon, shoulders and sides, for sale by my 17 W HEAT Ac BRO. BUFF CURTAIN LINEN, all widths, for > sale by my 10 TAYLOR Ac HUTCHISON. 1 ENGLISH PIPES.—50 boxes English Chalk j Pipes, jus’ receivedfrom Liverpool, and tor nU bv [my I2j R. H. 31ILLER. I lii BARRELS PRIME NEW’ ORLEANS 1*T\ ' MOLASSES, iu store, and for sale by my 29 FLEMING Ac DOUGLASS. JORDANS SPRINGS, Fmdkrick Coiwti, ViauiMA, will be opened 1$*A June. my 14—lm I131E.—300 bbls. superior wood burnt Lime, j for sale by HARPER Ac ROUSH, my 9 King street Dock. PIG IRON.—Ten tons best No. 1 Foundry Iron, for sale by my 27 FOWLF Ac CO. TIT IRE DISA COVERS —All the sizes of rf round and oval Wire Covers, tor sale by > 2 JOHN OGDEN. BUSHELS WHITE MERCER POTA TOES, just received and tor sale by ap 28 JAMES H. SIMPSON. BACON.—50 hhds. Sides, Shoulders and Hama, for sale by J«Jt_WHEAT Ac BRO. /'ILA&ET WINE.—20 eases of superior Claret \J Wiae, for tale by HARPER k ROUSH, 3 King street Dock. England and her Aristocracy. The war in the Crimea seems destiued to accomplish a much more important object I than that of humbling tho power of Russia, j The loss of a fine army, and the inglorious re | suit of the last campaign, have roused a spirit of inquiry in England which threatens | to break dow n the barriers of political privi lege, within which the aristocracy of that country have so long entrenched themselves, and to open a path to distinction to men of talent, irrespective of title. Hitherto the principal offices of government have been held by a few aristocratic families and their | immediate dependents; and this has been tole I rated so long that the privileged few seem to regard themselves entitleto perform the min isterial functions by a sort of prescriptive right. But their absolute unfitness to eope with great emergencies, has become, of late, so glaringly apparent, as to call forth the de nunciations of the press, and rouse the oppo sition of the people. Tho previous reforms in England took the shape of gradual exten sions of the elective franchise, and the red ress of local grievances. The present move ment is aimed at the privileges of the aris tocracy, and demands the introduction of the middle class into the higher councils of the nation. That such a change, in spite of op position, will shortly he effected, we have not the least doubt; nor do we doubt that the elevation of new men to stations of political eminence wi.l result in giving a proportionate degree of liberty to the people at large, and while it gives increased stablity to the govern ment, will infuse new vigor into the adminis tration of its affairs.—Halt. Pat. Knnsas Matter*. The second election for three members of the Territorial Legislature of Kansas, belli at Leavenworth on thethM May, resulted in the choice of the pro-slavery candidates, the vote for that ticket being •"><>•’> against 140 for the freesoil ticket. The “Kansas Herald,’’ a pro slavery paper, says that this election passed off quietly, without awy disturbance, and that none other than legal residents voted. The same is said, by the “Herald of Freedom,” of the special election at Lawrence, where the freesoil candidates w.re elected almost unanimously. The w hole number of votes polled in this district was 308, all of which, except some twenty scattering, were givou for the regular freesoil ticket. Naval. Commodore McCauley, after giving the necessary instructions for the proper dispo sition of the several vessels of the home squadron, has been ordered to proceed in the San Jacinto to New York, when Captain Paulding will assume the command of the squadron. The San Jacinto is to return again to this squadron, to which will bo ad ded a first-class frigate. The Jamestown, the flag ship of the Afri can squadron, which was temporarily at tached to Commodore McCauley’s squadron, has been ordered to proceed to her destina tion. A Bullet-Proof Coach. Queen Victoria’s state coach is bullet-proof, and the glass of the windows is six inches thick. When George IV was tired at, the glass was onlv broken by the bull. In this coach, for some reason, and not. as had been expected, iu an open one, Louis Napoleon proceeded en his late visit to Guildhall to re ceive the address of the corporation of London. Damaged brown cotton.—>‘;uo yds. Brown Cotton, one yard w ide, which is slightly damaged on one edge, must be sold off in a tew days. To give inducements to buyers, we offer it at cents, which is only half price of its value. je 4 ME Y EXBURG, WILLI AN k CO. fpO THE TAX PAYERS—Notice is hereby | given that a discount of four per cent will he allowed on all lax hills which shall be paid iu full btjbn the first dav July next. W R * BALL.') r . pc i . I os iectoi». je 4—dtd J. A HKL1>. \ IjOTOMAC HERRING — of) bids Family Roe Herring of> No. 1 Herring, superior quality, just received, and for sale bv jo i UUTH'BEKT POWELL. 11 LOOKING BOARDS.—I oO.OiUj leet well ^ seasoned 3- J N. C FLOORING BOARDS, tongued and grooved, for sale by je -i JOHN F. DYER. IOST.—On Tuesday, 3t»th inst., either in Al ^ exaudria. **r on the Steamer Geo. \N aslnng Um, a .MEMORANDUM BOOK, containing 1 some Fish accounts, belonging to tlo* under signed A suitable row aril will be paid tor it it left at this Oliice. mv :n-3f JAMES SKIDMORE. : rtU.MMKK UR A VATS, rich and beautiful styles, can be had by calling on ! ROBERT HARPER, niy IS No. 106, King-Street. 1)AKASOLs—A GREAT BARGAIN.—A beautiful assortment ot the latest styles, I on hand, and selling extremely low, by mv 11 BERKLEY SHACK LETT. 11ANCY COTTOX SOUKS, all siz»s. lor A Boys, also. White and Brown do., received | at' ' ROBERT HARPER’S, mv S No. 106 King Street. IO i il i LBS. Cast. Shear and English H) Blister Steel, just received di rect from Sheffield, and tor sa!»* low by ap 3 ENGLISH. CASTLEMAN & CO. ClLARET WINE — f)U cases Claret W ine, / landing per Schr. Hamilton from New York, for sale by Y. A. MARBURG, my 20—lm 1** i W \ CIGARS of different brands, M.M r and superior quality, just le ceived and for sale by my 29 PEEL & STEVENS, 39, King-st. vi v BARRELS No 1 Potomac Herrings, of verv superior quality. in store and for sale, by T. M. MeCORMICK fc CO, my 30_3w Theatre Building. 1 JITTERS.—A la:ge supply of LaWson scel > ebrated TONIC BITTERS, al.vays on hand, and for sale by ap 31 —i;m T. A. BREWIS & CO. 117 IN DOW CLASS.—Just received 200 ^ y boxes ol W indow Class, tor hot-beds, be . 6 x 8, 7 x 9, S xl", and 10 x 12. For sale low by [3 mo 21] R. H. MILLER. 1 POTATOES.—100 bushels genuine MAINE ' WHITE MERCER POTATOES, for sale by HILL, BROWN & PARTLOW. my 8 ... Xi Vi V BBLS. No. 1 Family Herrings ) 50 bbls. No. 1 Family Shad, of super ior quality, just received, and lor sale by | n?y 22 JAMES H. SIMPSON. C1H1LPRENS BATHS— S ponge and Hip ) Baths. Foot Tubs. Water Pails, Toilet Jars, Slop Pails, of painted tin, for sale by . jt. 2 JOHN OGDEN. ANOTHER supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, just icceived by ROBERT HARPER, my is No. 106, King.Stivet. Manning mattings.—we have just received 40 pieces white and coloied MATTINGS, which will be sold low. ap 14 ASHBY, HERBERT & CO r A KEGS PURE WHITE LEAD, received 1I and for sale, bv my 31 BAYNE. BUCKNER & CO riTURK'S ISLAND SALT, in store, and for j sale by HOWARD A POOR, ap 21 Dailigerfield's Wharf. SALT.—4u0 sacks Ashton’s. Marshall’s, and G. A. Salt, just received and for sale by mh 23 GREEN, SUTTLE & GO. MpTrECABS asd WILLOW CARRIA GES, jurt rec«iv*d J&gpog,,*. J® * The Fate of the Principalities. The continued and bloody contest before Sebastopol has concentrated, especially in this country, the interest felt in the Euro pean strugg.e, almost exclusively upon the tcsult in the Crimea, and the Principalities, which first became the theatre* of war, and the change in their position which has re sulted from that fact, have passed out of view. But though the Principalities have lost their interest to those whose attention is strongly directed to the immediate field of battle, they are still an important item in the complication of affairs between the con flicting parties, and are apparently about to be offered up as the gift or bribe which is to decide Au>tria in her adherents to one or the other parties; and it is to the disgrace of the allies, that in pursuing this course, there is no proposition to consult Turkey in regard to the fate of what were previous to the war, most important provinces of her empire. When Austria assuming the position of peace maker, took armed possession of Wal lachia and Moldavia, the prediction was made though scouted hy those w ho believed that the assistance of tfie allies was to be render ed to Turkey on a generous impulse that for bade the possibility of such a conclusion, that the Porte had parted finally with those provinces, and that the temporary occupan cy by Austria, would be improved so as to add them permanently to her Empire. But this prediction is now in such rapid course of fulfilment, that each succeeding steamer may be expected to bring the terms of the arrangement. Already vve know’ that Aus tria is for the allies or Russia, according to which can give her best title and the great er warrant of security in the possession of these disserved |>rovinces of Turkey, and Unit each are bidding for her co-operation with the implied understanding that her greediness for new’ territory is to be satisfied. It is with reference to this known desire ! of Austria, that the notification of the Czar that lie is prepared to adhere to the eonces I sions made in tfie Vienna Conference only upon condition of the complete neutrality of Germany, is to be understood. The Vienna Conference having failed to accomplish its entire purposes, what it did do was of conse quence void, but Russia now comes forward and says that the concessions she then made she is prepared to abide by, but the price to be paid for them is the entire neutrality of Germany. All these concessions were di reeuy oeneuouu to uermany aim to Austria especially, ami the astuteness with which ; Russia developed her intentions in these re spects, and broke off the negotiations at the moment the point was reached at which she had to make concessions to England and France, shows how superior was her diplo macy, whilst the effect since secured in de taching Austria from the allies and in strengthening the Russian proclivities of Prussia, has proved that she had well adapt | ed her means to the end sought. Should Austria accept these concessions of Russia, and with her acquiescence con tinue to retain possession of the Provinces, a crisis will arise for testing the good faith ! of the allies toward Turkey. Russia having • withdrawn, by her concessions at \ ienna, ! tiie claim to an exclusive protectorate over ; the principalities, there will he no reason why Austria should continue an armed oc j cupaney that was originally submitted to as j a protection against the invasion of the Czar, and every principle of fairness will require France and England to insist upon their re stitution to Turkey. Rut we much question whether those nations will have the nerve to pursue that course, which would precipitate Austria into the arms of the Czar. Austria, according to the Paris correspondent ot the London Times, lias plainly signified her in tention of maintaining a strict neutrality or of declaring war on the condition that W a! ; lachia, Moldavia and the l>anubc be ceded to her absolutely. Russia quietly acquiesces I in her occupation of the provinces and hv j the concession of the free navigation of the | Ranul e. intimates her willingness to recog- : nisc that as the natural boundary of A us- j ! tri:t, tht* price of these concessions being her strict neutrality. Justice will require the I allies to insi>t upon the restoration ot these provinces to the Sultan, under a joint protee i t«»rate, hut the policy of conciliating Austria, ; which has hitherto prevailed, will dictate the expediency of allowing Austria to des 1 poll Turkey ot the very territory that gave i cause for the first hostilities. 1 hat policy and expediency, rather than justice and ! honestv will prevail we have little doubt, hut the fact must disgrace England and France ' ! in the eves »>f the world, and deprive them | of what little sympathy may have been telt 1 lor them in their struggle with Russia.— Haltumn'e Ainet trim. «£•/-*> TO KENT.—The STOKK-HOFSK, on j!j tj the south-west comer ol King and ( olum bii'. streets. The second story is well calculated lor a School Room, or for public meetings. Apply at King street, opposite the pre mises. Je ' ^ FOR KENT —The SFOl IK now occu Jili*3Lpied by WashingtonT. Harper,on the south ! side of King street west, of Pitt. Possession given on 1st of May. Apply to | 4 mof> ’ K. H. MILLER. Uauper for jfne.—y KAIi (’OMMESCKD. j —Now is the time to subscribe, as the present Number beginsa new volume and a n«*vv year. Price 2f> cents, or $ > per annum—two copies $'>. Subscriptions received by my 31 ROUT. BF.IX. C11TUATK OF MAGNESIA, an agreeable j / Refrigerant ami Laxative, a fresh supply iust prepared, and lor sab* by R. H. STABLER, No. H>5 King, cor of Washington st. S>i2^11 of the Golden Bottle. my 51 ISH._The subscriber has on hand a large * supply of Cod Fish and Hake Mackerel, No. 3. medium. No. 3. small, and No. *1, Shad I and Eastern Herring, all o! which will be sold at lowest market price, by M. ELDKIDCE. ; mv *>:>_mw Union Wharf. J' ()(>K HERE !—Ladies’ Light Kid Gloves, at the reduced price of 5U cents per pair, (lormer price 75 and S< cts.) Call without de lay, and see lor yourselves, at BERKLEY & SHACK LETT'S, niv 0.4 No. 03, King street. Reaping and mowing machines.— We are now receiving orders lor these Ma chines. of the most approved patterns, and will furnish them at Factory prices. my 2$ [Sent.] MEADE & EACHES. IyCTURE G L A S S.—Glass for Picture Frames of ail sizes, from 32 inches wide and 50 inches long, down to the smallest sizes, lor sale by the box or single pane, by 5 nio z3 R. H. MILLER. IOST.—A NOTE drawn by George W. Har j rison. in favor of Howard k Poor, dated April 2bth. sixty days date, for 5i). Pay ment having been stopped, the tinder will please return it to [je2-3t] HOWARD A POOR. /I AAA BUSH PRIME WHITE CORN, received per schrs. Atarah and John R. Samuel, and for sale, in lots, to suit pur chasers. by my 9 JAMES H. SIMPSON. I^RESH GOSHEN BUTTER.—Thesubscri ^ her is receiving a regular supply of prime new Butter, which he offers at lowest market , rates. THOMAS iXOWt.t.. my 10 corjiingand St Asaph »W. QALT! SALT!!— k> 1000 sacksO, A Salt and for mi *" * '«""*• I , t O. U.v« P jn store their usual supply of No. 1, l E,r‘ .. « Jbo. all from direct importations, and 'Zvranttdp*', which they oftr )heir agncuhural friends at the lowest market rates, my 22 ti LOCAL ITEMS. Pic Nic.—Owing to the inclemency of the weather on Saturday, a Pic Nic that was to have come off at Arlington Springs was aban doned, aud the party assembled at Sarepta Hall, where a tine collation was partaken of ; and the company enjoyed themselves in dancing and various amusements until a late hour in the evening. We have seldom seen ft happier company assembled. Beautiful Roquet.—We acknowledge the receipt, on Saturday last, of a boquet of the richest, rarest, and most beautiful flowers we have seen this season, culled from the garden of one of our citizens. The fair donor, who has so kindly remembered us, will accept our warmest thanks. Circuit Court.—The May term of the Circuit Court, for this County, Judge Tyler, adjourned on Friday last, after an important and laborious session of nearly two weeks. Several criminal and a large number of civil cases wore disposed of. County Court.—The June term of the County Court for this Connty, commences its session to-day. All the Justices have been summoned to attend. A t ounty levy is to be made at this term of the Court. The Bain continued to fall, with slight intermission all Saturday. The gardens and fields in this neighborhood have been greatly benefitted, and vegetation accelerated. Sales of twenty shares of Orange and Alexandria Railroad Stock were made on Saturday last by Oeorgo White, Auctioneer, at $20 50 per share. A CARD.—The MISSES MILLIGAN take this opportunity of informing their iriends and the public that their school will be removed from Waverley to Ringwood, near Warren ton, Fauquier county, Virginia, where it will be re opened on the 13th ol September next. The scholastic year will terminate on the 15th of July following. Communications may be made to Warrenton Springs. Fauquier county, Va. jy 4—eolm i>h\V MAlvl5Lb lAKli; I) OBERT H. NASH, Jit., respectfully informs \ the citizens ol Alexandria and surrounding country, that he has opened a MARBLE \ ARD. on south Fairfax street, nearly opposite the First Presbyterian Church, where he will keep on hand, and make to order, a general assort ment of MARBLE-MANTELS. MON UMENTS, TOMBS, ami HEADSTONES, for which he so licits a share of the public patronage. N. I>.—MARBLE MANTELS set or reset at the shortest notice. my 5—eolm* rITHOMAS F. BOWIE AND | ALBERT STUART, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Have associated themselves for the purpose of practising their profession before the COURT OF CLAIMS, recently established by act of Congress, at the city of Washington. All busi ness entrusted to them will receive the attention of both partners. LiT’Address Hen. Thomas F. Bow ie, at Up per Marlboro', Md., or Albert Stuart, esq., at Al exandria. Va. _niy 1-eotf 4 LKXANDR1A CALCINED PLAISTER. A The undersigned are now manufactur ing. and w ill have constantly on hand, a supply of CALCINED PLAISTER, lor the use of plasterers and builders. Those who have used the article made by us, have pronounced it su perior to that made at the north. A supply ot finely ground Agricultural Plaister. always on hand. Orders are respectfully solicited. ('. .1. WISE Sc CO., Franklin Mills, my ]7—‘Jin Alexandria. Va. THE POTOMAC RIVER -yVT]:A M BOAT COM PA N Y 'S STEAMBOAT, ALICE C. PRICE, (apt. Samuel Baker, will commence tier Regular trips o»i Tin $day morning. in.<t, ton oiling at the different landings on the river. Leave Washington at *’>, and Alexandria at / o'clock, on Tuesday and Friday mornings. Returning, w ill leave Cone River at 4 o clock on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, until further notice. my ,^1 VOTKK.—The subscribers having sold out the right of Loudoun, Fauquier, Fair lax. Prince William and Alexandria, to Messrs. PERKY X- GREGORY, ol Alexandiia. for the sale therein ol Learn: t$ Portable Cora ( rnshrr. applications lor Mills must hereafter bo made to them. '1 lie Mills will be manufactured foi ihem at Smith & Perkins's, Foundry, as hereto fore. We ha\e some forty counties yet in South eastern Virginia for sale on reasonable terms. „,y 3(»—eo3t R. McLAGAN & CO. 1)OTOMAC INSURANCE COMPANY OF ALEXANDRIA — Samuel Miller. President. Directors. Wm. N. McVeigh, .1. F. Dyer. Robert S. Ashby, Lewis McKenzie, J. A. English, Thomas Davy. This Company is prepared to receive offers tor Insurance. Office in the Exchange Block. King, between Pitt and Royal streets. Joe b—if JOSEPH KACHES. Secretary. INSURANCE!! I TIRE. MARINE AND LIFE— ^ Houses in Town and Country, Vessel* and their Cargoes, Free Persons and Slaves. Lynchburg Hone & * ire uuurnuvc vw. ANDREW JAMIESON, mh 13—dOmif Agent for Alexandria. T EWIS HILL, PRODUCE COMMISSION 1 j MERC HAN'T, attends to the sale of \\HEAT, FLOUR, CORN, anp TOBACCO, and continues to Hire out Negroes. Office on Gov ernor or i3th street. Richmond, Va. Richmond, my 3—eo3m | / v BARRELS Pulverised and Coffee Sugar 6 tierces prime Rice 35 bags Rio Coffee 4 casks Shoulders Bacon, received this day. and lor sale by my 29 FLEMING & DOUGLASS. OATS, CORN, Ac.— 250 bushels Mountain Oats 2600 “ Mealing Corn 250 “ Rye. For sale by my S HILL. BROWN A PARTLOW. £ 'i UNS.—We have just received, a large stock ol ENGLISH GUNS, of our own impor tation, which we can sell low, and warrant to give satisfaction. nov S ENGLISH. CAST LEM AN A CO. 13OR SALK OR LEASE.—A vacant LOT on ^ the west side of Union street, opposite the Fish Wharf. 52 feet front by about 140 feet deep, with an alley in the rear 20 feet wide. Apply to [1st mo 26] R. H. MILLER. It A KM FOR SALE—A F Jt R < JCRES in the County of ^"7; *' X’ may be bought a barga.n on at Office of the Alexandria Gazette. jan 20—wtf_-——-” P~ 'TiwFlRON WINDLASSES.—Nos. 2, V SS 4 IRON W INI* LASSES and CHAIN, all sizes, lor sale ^Hp aT & BRO, ap 16 ____ 77 77 BBLS. No. 1 Potomac Herrings ‘jOibbbls.No'PotomacSbad.forsaleby my 2g __~ "r* ^ COUNTRY HAMS, of superior quality, L just received, and for sale by *my 5 HUME. MARSHALL & WARD. AY —500 bales of prime New Y'ork Hay. VEBtBoesH ' F. HOOZ Later from Cuba. New York., June 2.—The Black Vi arrior, with Havana dates of the 28th has arrived.— The whole Island was in a state of quiet. ; Business is improving. The steamer Fulton was at Havana when , the Black Warrior left. The Princeton and Cvane were cruising off San Antonio. The San Jacinto was at Matanzas, and the James i town at Key Vi est. "MEDICINES OK CHEAT VALUE.”—1This is the term applied to STABLER S ANODV NK t HEKK\ K\ PECTOKANT AND D1AKRIDKA CORDIAL, by sixteen ' of the l«*\st apothecaries ill Baltimore—geiitlennm ac.jiiain | tod with the !>kill and ran* used in th* ir preparation.— ! |‘raise from such a source is pn**f *»f tie* intrinsic turrits j of these "good medicines." In Coughs. Colds. Asthma. I Bronchitis. (V-up. and Consumption in it> incipieut j stages. .Stabler'* Au.-dyne Cherry Expectorant i> recom mended with contidonee: and I<-r Diarrh.ea and affeetions j of the lx.wels generally, the Diarrh.ea Cordial has as j strong ciaiuis upon the contsdeiice ol the community.— | In those diseases named. l*oth these valuable uiedi-dnes I ha\e achieved an eii\iable reputation t<*r their curative ' properties. S.a» descriptive pamphlets, to U* liad gratis ol* j the agents. Price lor »a«h, ail cts. j*t bottle, or six bot i ties for 30. E. H. STABLER & Ob. Proprietors. W holesale Druggists, Baltimore, Md, il^'P.v all Druggists in Alexandria, and by merchants j is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mtu ! er party will sign the name ol the late firm in closing up the unsettled business. THOMAS J. NANCE. JAMES S. GLASSKLL. | New York, jo \?—d'lw IIMITKD CO-PAUTNEUSH1IV—The un a dersigned, have tormed a limited Co-part nership, to transact a GENERAL (O.MMLS MON BUSINESS in this cilv, under the linn ot (UUY ix- GLASSKLL i JAMES H. GRAY and JAMES S. GLAS i SELL, of the City of New York, being die j general partners, w ill carry on the business, and I SHIELDS $ SOMERVILLE, of the City of j Richmond, and State ol Virginia, special part | ners. have contributed and paid in ten thousand dollars to the capital of the firm. | 1 New York, je '■!—d3w r I THRESHING MACHINES— PITTS RO J CHESTER SEPARATOR improved ash patented, by Woodbury.— 1 his I hresher, com bined with the Lyons Horse Power, makes one ol tHe best Threshing Machines in use. It will thresh a bushel a minute, of good grain, sepa rating it from the straw and cleaning it lit lor market, when the wind is lavorable, and proper I care is used. The Lyons Horse Power is simple in its con : struction, and being double geared is strong and durable, and runs so easy that a dratt ol ten pounds will start it and keep it in motion, j MACH IN ES can he seen at Mr. Houtf s Ware : house, opposite Mr. O'Neale s Hotel, King st. Orders should be addressed to the undersign ed, at Alexandria, Va. JOHN McKEOVYAN, or to JOHN GI MM EL, at his Foundry, near O'Xeale’s. i N. B. A number of Runyan's Fanning Mills : on hand, and lor sale. my 16—co2m* ! OHINGLE MACHINE—Stoddard's Patent Riving and Shaving .SHINGLE MACHINE, capable of manufacturing from lf>0() to 2000 Shingles per hour. The attention of Planters, Lumbermen, and others is respectfully invited to thisjustly celebrated Machine. Its contrivance ! is simple, its work easy and good, requiring but one person to attend to it, and turning out better work than can be done by hand. Its portable, and can be driven by steam, water, or horsepower. The >uhscriherowning the right ol Loiiisianna : is prepared to sell Parish rights at such prices : as cannot fail to make it an inducement to pur chasers. One ol the Machines will shortly he on ex hibition here. FERDINAND VV. C. COOK, Belleville Iron Works. New Orleans. Alexandria. Va. my 2d—eolmo . i < liWk REWARD!—Runaway from the ! ^jS I \ M r subscriber, last night, a negro boy called ARCH, about twenty years of age. He is nearly six feet high, a very bright mulatto, straight flax colored hair, black eyes, and a I down look when spoken to—had on when he h*tt a suit of white fu!b*d cloth, box coat and a j lead colored wool bat. Twenty dollars reward will be paid if apprehended in the county, forty dollars in any other county in the State, or one hundred dollars il takenout ot the State—in any case he is to he delivered to me. or secured, so that 1 get him again. My address is Pleasant Valley. Fairfax County, Va. CHARLES W. Tl'RLEY. j Fairfax County, mb 24—tl l O ? I\ REWARD!—Servant gill SARAH j / left the Marshall House, in Alexan j dna on Monday. Mlh iust . and has not since been heard of. I will pay the above reward if : taken up out of the State of Virginia, or $20 if taken up in the State and lodged in jail so that 1 can get her again, She is ol a chestnut color, ! about live leet high, stout built, and has a plea sant countenance when spoken to. and is about 20 years of age. 1 purchased her in Charlottes ville. Va.. in Oct. last. FELIX RICHARDS. Washington, my 2*ri—eotl Circassian liquid hair dye. for / changing yellow, red, or gray Hair or 1 Whiskers instantaneously to a permanent brown ! or black, preserving the natural appearance so | desirable, yet difficult to obtain from any Dye j previously disco\ered. A lull supply, on band, and lor sale, by R. II. Si ABLER, No. K'f). King st., coiner of Washington. JET* Sign of the Golden Bottle. my JO 11 ASH IONS FOR JUNK, at FRESCHS * Book and Periodical I)r/>oL Frank Leslie’s Ladies’ Gazette of Paris, Lon don, and New York Fashions for June—a splen did number, every lady should have one—price 20 cents. The New Y<’rk Journal tor June, a capital number, price 1^4 cts., or $2 year. je 1 IJERKLEY A SHACK LETT have opened y a beautiful assortment o! Fancy Prints, Irom to 12} cents; Superior Plaid Ging hams at 1^4 cents worth 20 cents. Also, a very cheap lot of Linen Cambric Handkerchiels on hand. Come one come all, and get bargains while the weather is cool. my 12 ■WTO. 106.—FURNISH YOUR WARD ROBES.—Gentlemen will remember that ROBERT HARPER'S is the place to supply themselves with the richest and newest designs, in all things necessary to a gentleman » ward robe. Do not forget this tact when you are 1 m V' 10 making your purchases. CTheater STILL — H< l,‘ur ('h,l‘jr',n!| Cotton SOCKS, at the "nprece.Je'ue.I low • , rPnU „ pair. Call and get a dozen. ! >,‘Ce 01 4 CBKRKLEy A. SHACKLE ITS. : at No. 02. King street. A Iso, a few pair of those cheap KID GLOBES left, at 50 cents p pair. 41 Harvest implements— 10 dozen Grant’s Cradles. English and American Grain and Grass Scythes. Snaths, Cradle fingers, 1 Scythes, Stones and Rifles, Horse Rakes. Mood and Steel hand Rakes, Hay Forks, Ac., just re ceived, and lor sale by je 2 MEADE & BACHES. k\* k BBLS. N. O. Molasses i 00 bbls. Rectified and Old M'hiskey 1 ** 4 hhds. Bacon, Sides, Shoulders, and Hams 20 boxes Tobacco, (some very superior,) iust received, and for sale by ,J my 22 JAMES H. SIMPSON. 4 SACKS GROUND ALUM .000 SALT ; 2,000 SACKS FINE SALT, of “Mar shall V “Jeffries,” and “Darcey’s brands, in full bleached sacks, and warranted 10 to the ton, in store and daily expected, for sale by mh 14 FOWLE A CO. OADDLES. HARNESS. TRUNKS, Ac—At 0 No. 11 2—JAMES VANS A ST respectful ly inlorms the public that be has now on hand, | and will continue to keep at his Alexandria Man : ufactory, adjoining the Marshall House, an un j usually extensive and elegant assortment ot j articles peitaining to the SADDLING BLSI | NB'SS, which he will sell wholesale or retuil as | cheap, if not cheaper than they can he bought ' in the District or elsewhere. His assortment ' comprises: j SADDLES suitable for ladies and gentlemen in great variety j BRIDLES with plated and steel hit# do ; MARTINGALES, Valises, Carpet, and Saddle Bags ] HARNESS, suitable for carriages, buggys, wag ons, carts, Ac. WHIPS, carnage and riding, some very elegant TRUNKS, elegant hard leather, and others, in great variety STIRRUPS. Bridle Bits, and Spurs, plated and steel, in great variety SADDLE-TREES. Buckles, 'Trace and Halter Chains SA DDLE-COVERS. Buffalo, and Buckskins, Ac. J. V. grateful for the liberal patronage here tofore conferred upon him. respectfully solicits its continuance, being confident ot his ability to please those in want of articles in his line. VAF Old Saddles. Harness, and Trunks, ot all * kinds, repaired with neatness and despatch, jan 18—tf V LEX AN DR l A AGRICULTURAL WARE HOUSE.— We are now receiving a large assortment ot AGRICL LI t UAL IMPLE MENTS, SEEDS, asr> MANURES, and will endeavor to supply the wants of Farmers upon the lowest terms. We are careful to select Im plements ot the most approved patterns and workmanship, and name in part the following:— Mowers and Reapers 'Threshers and Horse Powers Peiiuock s \\ heat and Guano Drills Harvest Implements of all kinds Harrows. Cultivators Plows—Subsoil. Surface, and Side Hill Garden and Field Rollers. Road Scoops Ladies’ Garden Tools: Trimmers and Shears; Seed Sowers and Drills: Lime Spreaders; Corn aiid Cob Crushers; Garden Engines; Cistern and ! Force Pumps; Grindstones and Bixtures; W hit tie Trees; Ox Yokes; Traces and Horse Collars; Briar Scythes; Bush Hooks; Axis; Mattocks; Grubbing Hoes; Spades; Shovels; forks and Rakes; Churns, Thermometer and Dash: Corn Shelters and Cutting Boxes, for horse and hand pow er, and a large quantity of other articles, to which we call the attention ol Farmers. Ail orders thankfully received, and promptly attended to. AIEADE A EACHES. ap ir> No. 12. B’airfax st .. A lex a. Ya. 1 rilHK SUBSCRIBERS have again received a I large supply ol the last week s importations : oi some New York houses, and which certainly | he called the cheapest ol the season, including j many articles which will he sold very low. ; Rich lace and muslin Window Curtains j Linen Shirting and ’Table Cloth j Elegant high lustre bl k gro de Rhine, very cheap ! Blk. Alpacca. BaregeTanensand de Lane, col'd. land white; Ladies' Handkerchiefs and gentle j men's do. with white and col d borders; French 1 worked Collars and Sleeves; Sw iss and Cambric Bauds, a great variety; Love \eils and superior quality 10 by 4b inches; plaid, book. Swiss, Nausook and Mull Muslin: Ribbbons and i Crapes, very desirable; Shawls, Mantillas, and ' Parasols of the latest style; two cases of Nea ; politan and Leghorn Bonnets, very cheap; also. I a small lot ol New \ork made Silk and (.rape Bonnets, of new and beautiful patterns, j Consumers will find it to their advantage by calling before purchasing. MEY ENBERG. WILLI AN k CO., j mv Sarepta Hall, King street. JOHN A. KEYS .Merchant Tailor.—The sub scriber respectfully informs the citizens of j Alexandria and its vicinity, that he has com menced the above business on Kinq s'net, north side. No. 1 IT where he is prepaied to make up to order all GARMENTS in his line in the most I fashionable style. He has just returned from i the North with a well selected assortment ol 1 GOODS, consi>ting of BLACK FRENCH,I BLUE and OLIVE CLOTHS, DOE SKIN ’ CASHMERES, of the finest qualities: VEST INGS. of all kinds, some ol the most beautiful j styles to be lound ill the market. No »llort shall be spared on his part to give entire satisfac tion to all who may call upon him. He w ould, i also, iniorm his friends that in addition to the above, he will keep himself constantly supplied with an assortment of SHIRTS, SOCKS. COL LARS, SUSPENDERS.kc. ap 4—tf VGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS—We have just received from the North, a sup ply oiJUJilCI LTi JUL IMPLEMENTS. We : name in part, Sinclair’s celebrated Hay. Straw, and Corn Stalk ('utters. loi horse and hand pow er; Raw Ride Roller do., ol all sizes; Pennock s i celebrated Corn Shelters. Virginia do, Rugg!e*s and Whiteuiore sdo, several sizes: Haggle s four section cast iron Feed Rollers; Vegetable Cut l« rs: Iron Road Scrapers, different kinds; Ther mometer, Cylindrical, and Staff Churns. Also, a large lot ol Railroad and Gravel Barrows, to all of which we invite the attention of farmers and buyers generally, as we can supply them with I as good an artiele. and on as good terms as ! they can be bought elsew here. ADDISON k HOWARD. J novlS Addison k Meade’sOld Stand, Union st. i o print; supplies—a. //. miller, /»» ! porter, is now receiving his SPRINT; SUP ] PLIES of EARTHENWARE, CHINA AND GLASS, among which are 7 hhds. FRENCH PORCELAIN, from the J Manufactories at Leinoges, in France, via New | York, of my own importation, consisting ol plain, i white, gold band, and decorated lea Sets, \ ases, 1 ('fitfees. kc.. kc. Iii ENGLISH CROCK E RYWARE—White, Granite. Dinner and Toilet Set*, Pitchers, Ac., ] Blue Printed do., do., do., Blue edged, plain, white ami colored ware. In GLASSWARE.—Pressed Bowls, Dishes, Tumblers. Ac. Plain Goods of all descriptions. Country Merchants are invited to call and examine prices, assortments, Ac., which will be found equal in every respect to what may be found in any other ciry 3 mo 14 [Sent.] R. H. MILLER. G1 REATEST BARGAINS IN TOWN.—The | sale of yesterday lf>th inst., having been withdrawn (reason.) want of bidders and money, l am determined to sell (if 1 can, find buyers.) all my stock of FINE WINES AND BRAN DIES, Ac., Ac., lower than tne same class of Liquors can be got in America, and am fully as sured, and personally know, that no one can gi'* greater inducements to any who may ua*' would advise all tho*e wanting a \ for the Springs, (w here all drin g°o - 1 to give me a call. J0SEP„ GRIMES. my lo—»_ • - r ILLIAM F. P A I) G E T T, 141 A'eng W street, between St. Asaph and Washington. has on hand a very large assortment of SAD DLES. HARNESS, and TRUNKS, of every kind and quality; abo, BRIDLES, MARI IN GALES. WHIPS, am, SPURS, c a r p e T BAGS. VALISES, Ac., and every article to be fo-nd in a Saddle anti Harness establishment. I return my thanks to my friends and the pub lic. for the very liberal manner that I have bee* ! patronized, and hope they will continue, as no pains shall be snared to give satisfaction. ap 14—tf WILLIAM F. PADGETT. (1RAPK SHAWLS— P lain and Embroider j ed white and colored Crape Shawb, for sale cheap bv my 18 G K WITMER. BROS. A CO. 1 \ AAA twelve INCH BUNCH If)*J.UU*) SHINGLES, for sale by ap 6 JOHN F. DYER. Janney s Wharf F.AlsTER.—For sale a cargo of Windsor Plaister,daily expected. ap 20 _CAZENOVE k CO. I PERUVIAN GUANO, in store, and for sale by S. S. MASTERS A SON. mh 22—tf . Mercer potatoes’— loo b^sheis s7r sey Mercer POTATOES, for sale by ap 26PERRY A SON. WINE BOTTLES.- Wine Bottles inHamp era, received and tor sale, by 3 mo 14 R. H. MILLER. AUCTION SALES. •ZK NEW DWELLING HOUSE am. LOT jjif at AUCTION —On Saturday, the '~d of ! June, at 12 o'clock, w ill be sold on the premise*, a new three story FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, with attic, and lot ot ground, on lo west side ot' Fayette street, near the Diagonal Pump, in trout ou Fayette street 20 feet, and running back feet. more or !es». to a l'» leet 1 alley, subject to an annual rent charge ot six j dollars. Pei ms at sale. my 3 1—ths GEO. WHITE, Auctioneer. LTT he above sale, on account of unfavorable weather, is postponed to Saturday next, the 9th instant, at the same time and place. G. W. je -1—?s _ riMUSTEES' SALE O* A VALUABLE 1 BUILDING LOT.—By virtue of a deed ot trust from Rudolph Massey and wile, dated on the 4th day of May, lfci>4,’the undersigned, will on Thursday, the 14th day of June, 1Su4. at 1 . o'clock, A. M., in front ot ihe Mayor sOffice, s* 1 at public auction, a L*‘T OF GROl ND, at t .e Southwest corner of Prince and Payne streets, fronting on Piince street. 3<* ket !• 1 inches, and ext* tiding hack south, 130 feet 7 incr.es, to a 1 1 leet alley. Terms, cash. I. LOUIS KINZER, Trustee, je I—rots [Sent ] BY &J. McCORMlCK—Au uonhku. SALE THIS DAY. Household and kitchen firm TUBE AT AUCTION.—On Wednes day morning nert. 30/A instant, at 10 o'check, will he sold at the residence of the late Mrs. Marga ret Rock, corner oj Duke and Hater siree.s. a i the HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN ELK NlTURE, therein contained, consisting in part of Beds, Riustkabs. Chairs, Tables. C.\ui*ei>. onk Bookcase. &c., Ac. Terms.—All sums of $20 and under, ca.*ls; over $20 a credit of 00 days, will be given lor notes satisfactorily endorsed. JOHN T. JOHNSTON, my 2»>—dts Executor. 10-The above sale is postponed until Mon day. the 4/A day of June, at same hour. my 31—dtt _ J T. J.. Execjr. SALE THIS DAY. SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of an order of the County Court of Alexandria County, rendered at February term, ISf>3, in the suit ot James vs. Emerson, 1 will on Monday, the I/A of June (Court day) at 12 o'clock, in trout of the Court House ot Alexandria county, sell at pub* l c sale, all the interest of John S. Emerson in and to two certain tenements and lots of ground in Alexandria, Ya.. hounded as tollows. viz : MIHo 1, A 1 IMNr.JllM* l ahula/i GROUND on the east side of Water street, and to the south of Wolfe street, beginning on Water street 97 feet to the south of Wolie street, thence running south with Water street 24 leet thence east parallel with Wolie street 12- I* et. to Potomac street, then north on Potomac stiver 24 leet. and then in a straight line to the be ginning. -ft No. 2. A TENEMENT AND LOT OF jiig GROUND on the w#st side ol Water and south side of Wolfe street, beginning at the intersection of said* streets, and running thence south with Water street 20 feet, and running hack, westward. t»U feet, to a 12 leet alley. Terms, cash. H. L. MONROE. D. S . my Dr—eots lor E. SANG' I ER. Sheriff SALE THIS DAY. G" 1 REAT BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE. —1 will sell a great bargain in that valua ble FARM, lying on Cedar Run. in the County of Prince William, five miles from Bristoe Sta tion. (to which there is a fine road.) called VER MONT, containing FIVE HUNDRED ACRES, more or less. VERMONT adjoins the 'anils of Mr. Allen Howison, Dr. John P. T. Fttzhugh, Summerfield Fitzhugb. and others. The soil is naturally excellent, being a fine red chocolate, well adapted to the culture ol a!l kinds of Grains and Grasses, is well watered, lias an abundance of wood and tin her. and a good site fora Mill on a stream which stood the drought of lbol. The situation is high and healthy, command ing a fine view ol the town of \\ arrentOD. and ihe “Blue Ridge Mountains," resembling the Ridges in the State, from w hich it takes its name M 'l’he improvements consist ol a two story FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, None Kitchen, Stable and Granary, with a small Orchard. Tkkmh:— One-fourth of the purchase money will be required in hand, the residue in three equal payments, at one, two, and three years, tor notes bearing interest, secured by a lieu on the premises. i?' t he above sale is postponed to the 4th day of June next. (Court day,) when it will take place in front of the Court House, Brcntsv ille, at 12 o'clink, M. Immediate possession can be had. GEO. WHITE, Alexandria, Va. ap f>—2awts 1) ESTAURANT. Ac.. FOR SALE —Ihe \j subscriber w ill sell the Rkstaciukt. Bah. and Fixri kks; Ai.so, Buds, asp Hoihh Fikm ti hk of the establishment on Cameron street. w hich he has carried on tor the past two years, with profit. Knot sold at private sale previous ly, it will be offered at public auction, on Thun day week. June 1th. my 2fi—dts A. McGONEGAL. Highly valuable real estate FOR SALK.—For sale, three valuable building lots lor sale, on the east side of Union street, between King and Prince sts., in the city of Alexandria. Va. These lots each front the river Potomac about 24 feet, and extend the same width 113 feet 2 inches west to Union street, along which is constructed the Orange and Al exandria Railroad. The Northern lot is bound ed on the North by an alley 20 feet wide, to the use of which the property is entitled in common with the devisees under the will of Phineas Jan ney, deceased. These lots occupy a central and most advantageous position, and are not sur passed in value by any in the city of Alexandria. They present a most desirable location for ware houses. Terms accommodating. Apply to Samuel Miller, or to mh 13—.Itavvtf FRANCIS L. SMn II ■XTEW GOODS — WILLIAM D r.t, j\ Merchant Tailor, having reoetvrd a h,!.,.tt ml stock of CLOTHS CASMMF.RkS am, VOTINGS, cn.brHC.ngall the varieties ol color and patterns, i» prepared to furnish gentlemen with wearing apparel of best materia ami la t<»sf mode, and upon the most reasonable terms. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Also, a good assortment of READY-MADE CLOTH. Cassimerk, Casiimibktt, Drap d'ete, Italian Alpacca and Linen, Fboce, Business and Sart'e C O A T S—PAM AL(X)NS and VESTS, of various kinds; Shirts, Handker chiefs, Cravat*, Sispkndebs, Halp Hose, Um brellas, Stocks, Ac., Ac. No. 66, south side of King, one door east of Royal-street. ap 10 LIFK INSURANCE.—R. 8. ASHBY. hav ing accepted the agency for this depart ment ol the Albemarle Insurance Company, is now prepared to take risks on the lives of fr**e persons or slaves, on the most favorable terms. Peisons feeling an interest in this subject, ar»* requested to give him a call at the store of ASHBY, HERBERT AjCO. jan 24—2awtf Ashby, somerville a co.. have now received at Markham and Happy Creek Stations, their SPRING SUPPLY OF GOODS, caretully selected in th« cities of New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to which they in vite the attention of the citizens of the vicinity. Markham Station, ap 30—eotf HUME, MARSHALL A WARD are now in receipt of their supply of GROCE RIES' for Spring sales, comprising every variety of best quality of GOODS to be bad in the Northern markets, all of which they will lurrtish their customers upon their usual terms, mh 27 \(\ AAA BUSHELS ST. UBES SALT, l\/sUv v coarse and whiti: 3,000 BC«H TURKS ISLAND SALT, for sale at low prices. ALSO, consignments of SHAD AND HER RING, received, and sold promptly by N. E. BERRY, No. 8, Bowly^J^ Baltimore, ap 4—2m* STORAGE, on fro it 2—tf