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ART UOSSU* AT ROME.
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twelve models of tho colossal sculptures lor
one of the pediments of tho Capitol at
Washington are also completed, and will be
shipped this week for the United States, to
be put into marble there. The artist’s de
signs for bronzed doors, assigned to him by
the government, are now in the hand* of bis
workmen. The bas-reliefs comprise a pictor
ial history of the revolution, commencing
with the death of Putnam and ending with
the battle at Yorktown. The most promi
nent events in the life of AN ashington are al
so included in the panels.
Admirable as are all these works, which
have been conceived anti put into term
in an incredible brief period, they will,
if one may hazard a prediction ironi his
miniature sketch in plaster, be surpassed by
his colossal statue ot America, which is to
surmount the Capitol, in bronze. I his fresh,
purely American conception of the (joddese
of Liberty is, iu expression and costume, the
very presentment and express image of our
western notion of the inspiring deity. Creek
grace and American vigor arc here charm
ingly bleuded.
The equestrian statue of AN ashington, re
cently cast in bronze at Munich, lor the A ir
gina Monument, will probably accompany
the artist across the Atlantic. I our statues
remain to be made to complete the work \\ hieh
will be the largest, and, we may reasonably
hope, the grandest monument every created
in memory of eminent worth; and the artist
will justly share in the glory and perpetuity
of the achievement. He has won lor him
self a proud place iu the history of the no
blest of the arts of design. Mr. Rogers is
celebrating the history ot Columbus and the
disoovery of tho New A\ orld, in a series ol
bas-reliefs for one of the mammoth doors of
the national Capitol, that will delight tho
country. He has also just completed a fine
portrait statue of John Adams, for the Chap
el at Mt. Auburn.
Messrs. Ives, Mozier, Bartholomew and
Alters, are cugagcu u^-u r.~
enterprises that will honorably illustrate the
genius of the country in sculpture. In the
multitude of sculptors here contending lor the
laurel, these, our countrymen, aic foremost.
After Tenerani and Wolf they have few
equals and no superiors. The American
painters, too, have earned high distinction
(a the midst of strenuous strife. But ot
these it will be a pleasure to speak at another
time.
A young Jersey man, Mr. Poane, s^on ot
the Bishop, is preparing hero for the Human
priesthood, and has donued the picturesque
costume of his order, of which you have no
example in the United States. Several
priests from America were present at t he col
oration of the fete of Corpus Puunni ou
Thursday, but none of them have assumed the
Costume of the Italian priesthood.
MISS EMMA STANLEY.
This very talented lady gave a private per
formance of her entertainment, “The Seven
Ages of Woman,” on Saturday evening, st
Niblo’s Garden, and afforded those who were
present a great deal of enjoyment. It is
that style of entertainment which was first
introduced by the elder Matthews, and is a
•ort of illustrative lecture, introducing a
great variety of characters, met with during
the seven ages of a woman s life, comim.ii
eing with the nurse who first dandled the
‘blessed baby.” Iler power of delineation is
moat remarkable, and she exhibits a won
derful versatility of talent. Her changes arc
accomplished with apparently magical ra
pidity. As a cotemporary remarks, “serving
maids, matrons, dandies, fops, I rench teach
ers, dancing masters, exquisites, rustics,
» country girls, Irish, Putch, Spanish, <»reek,
Turkish and Swiss ladies, singers, dancers
aud fisherwomen, appear in quick succession,
each part being represented with an appro
priateness of accent, gesture and action,
which makes the spectator loth to believe
that a siugle dark-haired lady is, after all,
the sole performer.” Miss Stanley is a high
ly accomplished lady; she speaks seven or
eight languages—sings well, either in the
florid style of an operatic prima donna, or
with a comic humor, which keeps the- au
dience in incessant laughter; she plays tne
piano like a professor ot the instrument,
dances well; in short does everything so
well, as to excite astonishment thatone per
•oo could possess so many, and such varied
, accomplishments. The pieco was written
for her by Mr. E. Laman Blanchard, anil
.1_j. Lm. wiuv thimrs. AN e are
aware of the difficulty of the undertaking to
amuse an audience for over two hours, by
the unaided efforts ot one person, and no one
of ordinary talent could succeed in doing sr;
but Miss Stanley having extraordinary tal
ent, and a very clover entertainment, has
overcome the difficulty, and it is impossible
to feel weary or listless while sho is on the
atage, which she actually peoples with all
sorts of characters. The verdict of the au
dience on Saturday night was unanimous
“entire success,” and that it will bo enuor
•ed by the public we have not yet the slight
est doubt.—N. )• JKr»_ . __
FUR SALK.—The advertiser will sell,
t private sale, the HOUSE AND L04
OF GROUND, on St. Asaph street, between
Queen and Princess streets. No. 61. lhe house
is a two story frame, with stable, Ac., and the
lot is twenty feet hve inches by nine-three teet
live inches! The premises have just been put
m complete repair. Persons desirous ot pur
chasing can examine the property. 1 he teims
will be made moderate. A pply at the house to
jy it—jiw ELI/A NEWMAN.
NATICK.—A meeting of the Shareholders
of Ivy Hill Cemetery, w ill take place at
* the Potomac Insurance Office, on Monday evcuing
next, at half past 4 o'chxk. Punctual attendance
i* reapecttully desired, as business ol the utmost
importance will be presented tor iheir consider
aUmJjy 1I--M1 J. J_. WHEAT. President._
| A PON SPRINGS—Manassas Gap K. R.
1/ Office, July L ISAb.—Route—Orange and
Alexandria Railroad at 7 A. M., to Manassas
Junction-Manassas train to Strasbui g -hemp s
line of stages to Capon—arriving at the Springs
by 5 o clock in the afternoon. jy *J—-m
HELDRF.D begs respectfully to inform
his friends that, in duty to himself, h* is
compel'^. *nd Mon<,a? N,,Vin*t-, to
adopt and strictly conform to the cash svstem
in conducting the business ol lus Restaurant,
jy 10—3t _ _
REMOVAL.—IF. A VUXCJN has remov
ed his office to No. 4, Union stmt overtly
opposite the Custom House—AN I'HKAl II K anu
CUMBERLAND COAL of the different sizes,
constantly on hand, and lor sale at lowest prices,
jy 8—dt>t _
Grain BAGS.—10,000 heavy double seam
ed Bags, suitable for railroad purposes.
0 000 do. of other grades, tor sate by
jy 4 WHEAT A BRO
W ARTHUR TAYLOR has removed his
# Law Office to the corner of Prince and
Washington streets. JV H*—dtw_
C^IOAL! COAL!*—2*2f> tons White and Red
# Ash Eg* COAI., daily «cp*ct*J,for salt* by
fyV WHEAT A BHO.
T)CCKIVut ON CONSIGNMENT, 5,00U
Iv, very superior double seam Grain BAGS,
&7a). by [iy-J B. H. HI NTON.
-O QUACKERY.—PRESCOTT S &
LANTZ’S FAMILY MEDICINES—In
presenting these preparations to the public, the
proprietors are aware of the prejudices which
they must expect to encounter. The country
is deluged with quack nostrums, each claiming
to be the we phut ultra—the medicine of all medi
cines, and are pushed into notice by the aid ot
printer's ink, with a zeal worthy of a better
cause, notwithstanding all that has been said
and the essays written against their use by the
profession, and out of the profession. Indeed so
prevalent has become the mania for quackery,
that a recent writer, a man of eminence in the
medical profession, strongly advises that the
subject be let alone. “It exists," says he, “in
every walk and occupation ot life, by the exer
cise of which men procure bread,'’ and thinks
it time wasted to endeavor to stem the tide.
We have long since thought that the only ef
fectual method ot counteracting this strong cur
rent of quackery is to place in the hands ol the
people regular Medicines, prepared in accordance
with the rules laid down by the different colleges
of Pharmacy.
When our prairies and mountains catch on
tire, and the inhabitants behold the devouring
element sweeping towards their devoted homes,
w hat do they do? Do they vainly endeavor to
stop it" progress by throw ing a lew buckets ot
water on it? By no means! They build up
counter tires which rush forth to meet the ap
proaching torrent of flame, and by exhausting!
its local, put a stop to its ravages, or turn it out
of its course. Now tbit is precisely what we
are trying to do. The counter fire which we are
kindling consists in presenting to tlie public,
Medicines, w hich are prepared according to the
laws of science—from formuhe given by the
United States Pharmacopeia,except in two or
three instances, where they were obtained lroin
regular physicians of high standing inthemedi
| cal prolession. They are prepared from the
best of drugs, under the superintendence ol a
! regular physician.
For testimonials of their efficacy in the treat
ment of the various diseases tor w hich they are
recommended, my usndd refer to the whole medical
fantez*ion throughout the wild. We bring tor
ward no certificates from obscure individuals,
..I _U.n.. k.,»u nil tYI'l1lll*>r
ot incurable diseases, deeming it an insult to
the intelligence of the community to try to palm
offsuch stuff upon them. If these medicines
are humbugs, then medical science is a humbug.
N. B. Pamphlets treating ol the various dis
eases for which these medicines are applicable,
mar be had ot'any of our agents gratuitously. j
COMPOUND CATHARTIC PILLS.—These
Pills ate very brisk itt their action; acting brisk
ly on the stomach, liver and bowels—-carrying
off all the unhealthy secretions, and promoting a
healthv How of bile. Price 25 cents J»er box.
COOPERS ANTI-DYSPEPTIC PILLS.—
These Pills are a mild and sate purgative. They
act mildly upon the liver, stomach and bowels.
Price 25 cents per box.
FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA.
This article is superior to the Syrup, from the
fact that it isin a highly concentrated state, and
not liable to be injured by any change ol cli
mate. It contains a much larger quantity ol
the Sarsaparilla than the Syrup—a pint ot this
being equal to two quarts of the Syrup. Price
$1, per bottle.
Dr. Nunn* 's Cough Mixture.'—For the cure
of coughs, colds, bronchitis, Ac. Price 25 cts.
per bottle.
Ctoujtountl Syrvp of Wild Cherry—Tor the
cureof Coughs, Bronchitis, relief of Consump
tion and other Pulmonary Aftectious. Price 5U
cents.
Dichett's Piles Ointment.—This is a safe and
effectual remedy for this painful Uomplaint.—
Pi ice 25 cents per box.
STOUGHTON'S BITTERS. -For the cureof
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Loss of Appetite,
General Weakness, Ac. These Bitters are pure
! ly vegetable, containing no mercury or any other
j mineral. Prepared according to the U. S. P.
1 Price 50 cents.
) j)r. CLEVELAND'S EYE WATER.—This
i is decidedly the best Eye Water in use. Puce
i 25 cents. .
j Dr. PROCTOR S WORM MIXTURE—This
; is the surest and safest remedy for worms,. It
! is warranted purely vegetable; is pleasant to
i take, and does not require a nauseous dose ol Cas
tor Oil to be given to carry it off, as it possesses
i purgative powers, and will not injure the child
by remaining on the stomach. Price 25 cents.
HOOPERS FEMALE PILLS.—These Pills
are no invention ot our own, but have been
used by the medical profession lor many \ears,
with the greatest success in tue treatment oi
these diseases. Each box contains 75 pills.—
Price $1 per box. For particulars see our pam
phlet called “The Females Medical Adviser,"
which may be had ol our agents gratis, and
which treats of these diseases, their symptoms;
treatment. Ac.
Dr. J. S. Pennett’* Vegetaldc SarsapartUa Pdls.
_These Pills are not only an excellent family
medicine as a purgative; but they are unsurpass
ed as a great Purifier ol the Blood, thus laying
the axe at the root of the evil. For all diseases
dependent oil a bad state of the blood, such as
Scrofula, all eruptions ol the skin, as letter
Salt Rheum, Krysijielas, Ac. Each box contains
4U pills. Price25 cents.
DIAKRHtEA CORDIAL—For the cureof
Diarrhn a, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Ac.—
Price 50 cents. _ ..
MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.-The edi
tors <>l tlie United Stat« s Dispensatory li»va
given the formula for the preparation ot several
popular medicines of the day, such as Godfrey's
Cordial, Bateman's Pectoral Diops, Ac., Ac., in
order that they may he prepared in a regular re
liable manner. Webave fid I owed these loimu
| v stiictly, and nearly all the following prepare*
lions art- prt*pai«-u .—
College of Pharmacy,and may l>e relied upon as
genuine. _„ .
ARABIAN HORSE POHDERS fur Cattle,
Sheep awl Hogs. These Powdeis give animals
a £04*1 appetite, purity the blood, raise their
spirits, cause them to shed early in the spring,
I and keep their system in good older. Under its
| uso they fatten much better on less food, and it
! does not injure the meat. When the animals
lose their appetites, a few doses of these powdeis
will set all right, by giving them voracious ap
petites. Price 25 cents.
American House Liniment, for Old Sores,
Sprains, Bruises, Sivmnry, Stiff Joints. This
is an excellent application tor the above diseases
I of the horse, as well as lor Rheumatism, Sore
j Throat, Sprains Pains in the Back, Joints and
! Limbs, Stiff Joints\c., in the human subject.—
j Price 57 A cents.
Corn and W art Destroyer - A few applications
of this article by means of a little cotton or lint,
I will destroy these troublesome excrescences —
. Price 25 cents. . . .
Jittier-Proof Leather Preservative for rendering
: Leather Water-Proof, and adding 50 per cent to
its durability. Price 25 cents.
Hair 1>yk Powokks, for cnanging red and
arav hair to brown and black. It does not stain
j the *kiu a> nearly all Hair Dyes do. Puce 50
I cents.
Bone and Nnve Liniment, for Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, and Pains of all descriptions. Man
ufactured according to the U. S. P. Price 2o
cents. . .
Tooth-Ache Oil.—This painful complaint is al
most instantly cured by the application of this
i Oil to the Tooth by means of a little cotton.—
Price 25 cents.
Erench Chemical Erasire Soap, for removing
Urease, Paint, \c„ from Woolen, Cotton, Silk,
and Satin goods, without injuring the texture of
the cloth, and to clean C oat Collars. 1 rice 12^
cents.
! Bed Bug Poison.—This is a sure destroyer ot
! these troublesome insects. Price 25 cents.
Essential Salts of Lemon.—To remove Ink
sik>Is. Iron rust, and iruit strains, trom white
linen and cotton good*. Price 25 cents.
Diamond Cement.—For joining broken glass,
crockery, &c. Price 25 cents.
Black Od tarnish.—For boots.shoes and har
ness. Price 25 cents. . _ , .
Meduamentum or Harlem Od.—For chronic
iheumatisro. gravel, diseases of the kidney* and
bladder. Price T>» cents —Ac , &c., &<•.
PRESCOTT & LA NT/, Proprietors,
Kdinbttrg, Va.
The above Medicines are for sale at wholesale,
by Pkkl& Stkvens, Alexandria; Wm. S. Bhkr8
& Co., Richmond; Roukrs & Cublby, Baiti*
more; and at retail by merchants generally.
Bug 29—ly
rjUIE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVE
X RY OF THE AGE!—Mr. KENNEDY,
of Roxbury, has discovered in one of our com*
mon Pasture Weeds, a remedy that cures every
kind of HUMOR, from the worst Scrofula down to
a common Pimple. He has tried it in over elsven
huudred cases, and never failed except in two
cases,(both thunder humor.) He has now’ in
his }K>ssession over twohundred certificates of its
value, all within twenty miles of Boston.
Two bottles warranted to cure a nursing
sore mouth.
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind
of pimples on the face.
Two or three bottles will clear the system of
biles.
Two bottles warranted to cure the worst
canker in the mouth and stomach.
Three to five bottles warranted to cure the
woistcaseot erysipelas.
One to two bottles warranted to cure all
humor in the eyes.
Two bottles warranted to cure running of
the ears and blotches among the hair.
Four to six bottles warranted to cure cor
rupt and running ulcers.
One bottle will cure scaly eruptions of the
skin.
Two to three bottles warranted to cure the
worst case ot ringworm.
Two to three Unties warranted to cura the
most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles warranted to cure salt
rheum.
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case
of scrofula.
A benefit is always experienced from the first
bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the
above quantity is taken.
Nothing looks so improbable to those who
have in vain tried all the wonderful medicines of
the day, as that a common weed, growing on
the pastures ami along old stone walls, should
cure every humor iu the system, yet it is now
a fixed fact. If you have a humor it has to
start. There are no its and amis, hums nor
ha s about its suiting some cases but not yours.
1 peddled over n thousand bottles of it ill the
vicinity of Boston. I know the effects ot it in
every case. It has already done some of the
greatest cures ever done in Massachusetts. 1 j
give it to children a year old ; to old people ot i
sixty. I have seen some j»oor, puny, wormy
looking children, w hose dealt w as sott and dab
by, restored to perfect health bv one bottle.
To those who are subject to the sick headache,
one bottle will always cure it. It gives gieat
relief in catarrh and dizziness. Some who have
taken it have been costive for years, and have
been regulated by it. Where tin* body is sound
it works quite easy, but where there is any de
rangement of the functions of nature, it will
cause very singular feelings, but you must not
be alarmed ; they always disappear in from four
n ic nav'^r had result
from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is
gone, you will feel yoursell like a new person.
I heard some of the most extravagant enco
miums of it that ever man listened to.
Nothing in the annals of Patent Medicines
has ever been received by the public with so
much favor as this simple preparation. It is
now composed ot nine different herbs. In May,
1 when I commenced making a business ot
it. I sold about two bottles per day. Ill June,
1853, l sold 4320 bottles. In October, 1S53, I
sold 0120 bottles. 1 hope you will call that do
ing well; 1 do.
In my own practice, I confine it strictly to
humors; but there are some who are so enthu
; siastic in its favor they think what cured them
will cute any thing and any body; they accord
ingly recommend it for every variety of disease.
In this way a great many virtuoso! it have been
found that I never would suspect.
Cases of Dyspepsia, of many years'standing,
that withstood every known remedy, have been
permanently cured.
I know one man to gain 17 Uis. by taking three
bottles; another 11 lbs.; another 10 tbs.; and an
other gain 7 lbs.—the venerable Master lvobm*
j son, of Boston.
In diseases of the Liver it is a specific. I
j know several with yellow skin and yellow eyes,
j the body emanciated and the mind melancholy,
J get fat and cheerful by a lew bottles.
I know several cases ol Dropsy, and one par
ticularly bad. A lady, aged 71*,who wasunable to
leave her house for the last twelve years, was so
much relieved (she was reduced in circumfer
ence thirty-four inches) as to visit her triends in
several neighboring towns.
Another had the Dropsy in her left leg, and
was unable to walk for ten years, sometimes
swelling to an enormous size; at last hursted,
making a bad wound, which could not he healed;
, by taking three bottles and using two boxes ol
! ointment she is now quite well. Why it should ■.
make some tat and others lean, I cannot tel!; but
so it is.
I know of several cases of Kidney complaints
cured by it. If the columns ot a newspaper
were a proper medium, 1 could tell ot case.> ot
this most distressing ot all diseases that would
make your heart bleed, that were permanently
cured by it.
It has lately been found to be a sure cure for
the Panama Fever. In one case, the first s;>oon
fnl put otf the lit two hours. One bottle cured
him. Another came home to die. and was indu
ced by his brother to try it. Tluee bottles
cured him.
It likewise gives great reliel in the Asthma.
A lady in Lawrence wasunable to lie in l»ed lor
a number of years; she can now lie without the
least inconvenience.
A lady in Weymouth lost the use of her left
side by the Erysipelas. On the second bottle,
she broke out in one mass of humor from head
to loot. In a tew days anew as wen.
It has lately been louml to be equally good lor
humors outside as inside, (taking it inwardly in
the meantime.) lor Erysipelas, Salt Kheuni,
Pimples on the Face, or any eruption on the
skin whatever, only where the flesh is very sore
you must dilute it with water.
When made weak enough it is the best eye
wash tor weak and watery eyes that l ever saw.
Others use it to cleanse the dandruff out ol
the hair and strengthen its roots, which it cer
tainly does; and to crown all, it made the hair
grow on bald heads, which, if I had not seen
with iny own eyes, 1 would not believe troin
you or any body else.
As regards dieting, I never came across the
first person that ever got any benefit from it.
On the contrary, numbers came to death's door
by it, as it gives tbe humors tbe upper hand.—
My medicine requires the most nourishing lood
you can get. It will soon give yon an appetite.
]>o not for a moment suppose that I warrant
a cure of all these diseases, in every case. I
merely tell you what it has done, hoping it will
do the same tor you. I do not warrant a cure
in any disease, hut humors, irhere it never fads —
For lurther particulars see the circular around
each bottle.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat the
best you can get, and enough ol it.
1 have an herb, simmered in olive oil, scatters
Scrofulous swellings of the neck and under the
ears. Price f»U cents per box.
Directions for Ush.—Adult, one table spoon
ful per day; children over fight years, dessert
spoonful; children Irom live to eight years, lea
spoonful. As no direction can be applicable to
all constitutions, take enough to operate on the
bowels twice a day.
Price $1. Manufactured by DONALD KEN
NEDY, 126, Warren street, Roxbury.
For sale by all tbe Druggists in Alexandria.
A. K. MOTT, Leesburg; E. R. FORD At CO,
Fairfax Court House; J. B. HOURELL, Cul
peper Court House; L. E. HAMME, W arreti- I
ton; and at wholesale by PEEL & Si E\ ENS,
No. 39,King-street, to whom all orders must be
addressed. .ie B eonm
NEWTaND BEAUT1FUL discovkky
at BENHETrS PORTRAIT GALLE
RY. Ho. 09, King-street, Alexandria — Great ini- I
provement in the Ambrotypes, or Pictures on
glass, plain or in colors, surpassing in beauty,
durability, artistic effect, and lile like expres
sion, any style of PORTRAITS ever before
drawn by pencil or light.
They are without the glare of a Daguerreo
type not reversed, and can he seen in any light
as distinctly as a fine engraving.
The beauty of these PICTURES is beyond
description; they must be seen to be appreciate*!.
Specimens only at BENNETT’S. A<>. 09, King
street, where they are taken daily, without re
gard to weather. Exhibition free. j
ap 17—dtt'
_DRY GOODS, Ac.__
110 THOSE WHO CLOTHE SERVANTS
WELL—Made is Western Virginia—
Where wool is cheap and good, and the manu
facturer does not hesitate to put it into his la*
brics plentifully.
We have given an order, and will have in
store by the Oth of September next,
1,500 yards drab Fulled Cloth
1,500 “ grey do. do., all double
width of superior quality, $l per yard
2,500 yards of those extra wide, bright and
thick Plaid Linseys, for servant women
2,000 yards of that extra superior, wide
tvvilled. white Merino Wool Flannel—
certainly the best article ever produced
for Under.* hirts. Drawers, and Skirts.
The proprietor of the factory where these
goods are made, strives to get up the best goods
of the class that are produced in the United
States. In the opinion of the very best judges,
he lias accomplished the object.
Our Virginia and Maryland friends, at whose
urgent solicitation we order these goods made,
will please send in their orders e.uly to insure
a supply, and not be placed in the situation they
found themselves last autumn and winter, le
gretting they had not enough, ‘‘and could not
find any that would match them ’’
We doubt not a casual insjiection of the goods
named above would satisly any “calculating
)»ersim” that it “would ]'ay” to sell their wool
and not trade, but buy belter goods than they
get at much LOWER PRICES.
It may he mentioned at this time, that we
propose to add to the above probably the larg
est and best stock ol SF.R\ AN 1 S BLA N K R l S,
and all other goods in that line generally, that
will be found in the District.
Always a line stock of all kinds of DR\
COOPS, for Farmers’, Planters' and House
keepers’ use in all departments.
New supplies daily, throughout the en
tire year.
Our facilities and our Northern and East
ern correspondents, enable us to otfi*r all arti
cles at prim iwnl favorable to the ronsumer.
tST ONE PRICE ONLY—no deviation.
Our most carelul attention devoted to orders,
which are solicited.
(iood articles, low prices and fair dealing,
may be relied on in all cases.
PERRY A BROTHER,
“Central Stores,” west building.
Washington, jo IS opp. Centre Market.
mills DAY EXPECTED a fine assortment
1 of DRY tiOODS; such as Lawns, Cambric
and Swiss Edgings, very low; Cambric anil Swiss
Bunds; Plain and Potted Swiss Muslins; Plaid
di).; Potted Irish Linens; Heavy Shirting Linens;
Black Velvet Ribbons; Linen Drillsand Pucks;
Bleached and Brown Cotton?; Black Alpacas
and Lawns; Grass Skirting; Cactus Skirts; also
It»<»u Palm Fans.
jy 2 TAYLOR k HUTCHISON.
1) EDUCTION IN PRICES.—BERKLEY &
t SHACKLETT are offering great induce- 1
ineuts in the way of SUMMER GOODS—
Pink, green and brown Crape PeEspange. V,, $c.
Berages, Organdies, lower than former prices
Plaid Silks, a few patterns, very cheap
Ginghams, from 12$ to 2f> cents.
Call early, as bargains may be had and no •
mistake. __jv j
TtiJORE NEW GOODS!—We have just re- j
1yJ[ ceived, by ex press,some small lots ol Irish ]
Linens, plain Berages, small figured Lawns.
Ginghams, Hoseries, black silk Mitts. Parasols, J
and Bonnets, to which we invite particular at
tention. ME) KNBEKG, BKO. k t().,
u» of, Sarepla Hall, King street.
Shawls— i
1 White (’rape Shawl
2 White Silk Plaid Beragedo
2 colored Cotton do do. AstheaR«oe
are all the SHAW LS I have lelt on hand, they
will he buhl much below' their value, by
my 6 ROBERT HARPER.
BRYAN, ADAMS a CO., have received a 1
good supply of Tapestry, Brussels CAR
PETING, very handsome patterns; also. L i
and 4-4 Twilled Venetian forSteps and Halls,with
a good assortment of Ingrain, Scotch and Amer
ican. apS—it
New goods and great bargains.
—W7e have just received a variety ol sea- !
sonable GOODS, bought at greatly reduced
prices, and will Resold very (heap.
je3 G. K. W1TMER, BRO. k CO.
r/ k/V PALM FANS this day expected, by
f)UU je25 TAYLOR A HUTCHISON.
CHINA, UI. ASS, KAItTIIKNWAKKf j
DINING and TEA SETS.—French Pore*- ;
lain Pinner and 'l*ea Set*, plain, white j
gold baud, and richly decorated and gildrd; also, j
English White Granite Pinner Sets. superior !
quality; White Granite Toilet Sets, with & va- j
rietyof fancy sets; richly decorated Vases, a lull
supply, constantly on hand.
1 mo24 R. II MILLER.
ITTIN DOW GLASS.—A lull supply, com
|| prising a large assortment ol sizes, trom
SX 10io3h X fn) inches, now on hand and
constantly lor sale by R. II. MILLER.
1 mo. 23
Double thick french window7
GLASS.—A small assortment ot heavy
double thick French Window Glass, for Store
W indows, Show Cases, Ac., Iron) 12 X I ^ to
3M X f»0 inches. Also, a further supply French
Window Glass, of ordinary thickness, assorted
si/.e4? auu qualities, just received, and lor sale ny
8 mo 4 ROBT. H. MILLER.
G1 AS CHANDELIERS AND FIXINGS.—
If l have jn<*t received some new and hand
some stylesoi Chandeliers, Hall Pendants.Brac
kets. Ac., Ac. [I mo. 231 R. H. MILLER.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.—The subscril>er
having purchased the exclusive light lor
the sale ot LE AY IT’S IMPROVED CORN
AND COB CRUSHER, lor the Counties of
Loudoun, Fauquier, Prince William, Fairlax
and Alexandria, respectfully informs the Far
mers in the above counties, that lie is now
prepared to furnish the Mills at Messrs. Smith
Ac Perkin’s Foundry; and has reduced the
price to $40 per Mill, with all necessary direc
tions for putting up and operating them. Reler
ences can be given for their performance in every
capacity tor which they are recommended.
They are made ot superior Iron and will last
many years. Their simplicity is. in itself, u
recommendation lor durability. 1'hey are re
commended for crushing Corn ami Cob, for
stock, grinding corn Meal lor family use. coarse
and line Hominy. Oat Meal, and as a good Corn
sheller. 1 would also recommend it tor break
ing lumpy Guano, and any farmer using it for
such purpose will be amply repaid in saving
labor. Bills or circulars \\ ill be sent on applica
tien to the subscriber. A. L. GREGORY,
jan 11—tf
riniK ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR.—The
I first ever introduced into this market;—
and in presenting it. it needs but an examina
tion, to place it far ahead ot all others now in
use. The public are invited to call ami exam
ine it, at No. 10, Royal sheet.
.108. S. STANSBURY,
my 20—tf Agent lor the Manufacturer.
/ i UANO.—The subscribers have in store a
full supply ot Mexican A. A. GUANO,
containing by analysis rent. Phosphoric
Acid, equal to 70.Uf» of Bone Phosphateot Lime
This Guano is of direct importation into this
port,and will be sold at $28 p ton of V24o lbs.
ap lb NEYF.TT Ac SNOWDEN.
OH INGLES.—
No. 1 Cypress Shingles
3O0.00UNo. 2 Cypress Shingles.just receiv
ed per Steamer “Kelly'* and Schr. "Aim Hal
sey,’’ from Plymouth, N\ C., and for sale by
my6 WATERS, ZIMMERMAN & CO.
IIOR SALK OR LEASE —A vacant LOT on
' the west side of Union street, opposite the
Fish Wharf, 32 feet front by about 14c leet deep,
with an alley in the rear 20 feet wide. Apply
to fist mo R. H. MILLER.
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, a supply
of this valuable Fertilizer, instore, and for
Bale by £sep 14j_CAZKNOVK Ar C0._
Scours"celebrated refrigera
tors, lor sale by E. GRIMES,
je 4—tl No. 14, Fairfax-street. 1
_OROCRRIRS, 4tc.
rpOBACCO, SEGARS, Ac —The undersigned
I are now receiving, and have in store, their
Spring Stock of TOBACCO, SEGARS, 4rc., ol
the following grades—
10 cases Fig Tobacco, very superior
20 kegs ‘ Rough and Ready do
20 butts Sanders’ft) Lump do
110 ‘* low priced to medium do lb lump
35 “ 5's do
30 “ lu’s do
lu bbls. > s,noking Tobacco
5 cases \ ®
McYEIGH & CHAMBERLAIN,
mb 27 Prince Street Wharf, Alex a.
G1 ROCKKIES.—
50 bbls. Rectified Whiskey
5 w superior old do
5 hhds. Molasses
5 “ Sugar; 20 bags Coffee ; 20 boxes
Candles, Ac., for sale by W. M. SMIIH,
my 5 No. 8, Prince-street Pock.
1 / \ f v BAGS Rio Coffee
iUU 20 hhds. P. K. and Cuba Sugars
40 hhds. and tierces Molasses
30 bbls. Crushed and Pulverized Sugars
10 boxes Loaf Sugar
20 boxes Adamantine Candles, for sale by
jP 24 WILLIAM BAYNE.
riUGAR AND COFFEE —
0 S hhds. P. R. A N.o. Sugar
20 Bags Rio A Laguira Cotlee
10 Boxes Ground Cotlee
lo Boxes Colgate's Pearl Starch, received,
and for sale by
jp i9 DAVY A HARMON.
Liquors.—
75 bbls. Rectified Whiskey
40 “ Gibson’s X, XX. XXX, Whiskey
2o I Pipes Heiiesey Brandies
K) pipes Old Jamaica Rum
25 J (.’asks Wines, for sale by
jpo0 GKO. W. HARRISON.
CtUGARS AND MOLASSES —
0 27 hhds. Prime P. K. A N. O. Sugars
22 hhds. P. R. and Museovada Molasses
30 bids. A. B. and C. Coffee Sugars
Loveriu17 s Lout Crushed and Pulvenzed Sugars,
for sale by & SHINN A S4JN.
7 N,>. 4 South n harves.
RANDY.—
) One Half Pipe London Dock
One Hall Pipe Pale, very superior Hennesay
Brand, just received, and for sale by
S. SHINN A#SON.
n,y jjj Janney’s Wharf.
DUPONT’S POWDER
500 kegs Blasting
125 do FFF „ .
25 do FF, to arrive per Schr. keziali.
and for sale by
my 10 CA/ENOYK Aj;0_
C1HEKSK.—
f 3o Boxes English Dairy, selected lor family
5 Ua*es Pine Apple, tor sale by
S. SHINN Si SON.
jy 7 No. 4 South Wharves.
tUIOM’E WHITE~WHEAT FAMILY
) FLOUR — Family Flour, a good article, in
store, and lor sal« by
MILLER & ENGLISH.
jpOf, No. 4‘.h Union street.
T HU E LEAD.—
1 f.«> Keg* Lewi#'* Pure and Extra
70 Kegs Ualverton Pure, lor sale hv
S. SHINN & SON.
jy 7 No. 4 South Wharves.
1)ACON, LARD AND HAMS.—Shoulders,
> Sides, No. 1 Leaf Lard, and Supciior
Sugar Cured Hams, lor sale by
S. SHINN & SON.
jy 7 No. 4 South Wharves,
barrels crushed and POW
) HER ED SUGAR, received this day, and
tor sale by
jy It FLEMING Sc DOUGLASS.
IllSH.—r»U bids. No. 3 laige, new; Ut) bbls.
^ No. 3 medium (new ) Mackerel, daily *x
ne’cted to arrive per Sclir. Sylvanus Allen, tor
sale by [ jy 10] M- ELDRIDGK.
|/v BOXES OSWEGO STARCH, 5 boxes
111 C'oiii Starcb, just receive*!, and tor sab- by
JOHN A DIXON.
jv g Post Office corner.
SH ERR Y WIN E.— ID quarter Casks superior
Pale Sherry, tlirect importation, t»er ship
London, just received and tor sub by
j,> v>7 MARSHALL Si WARD.
Herring a shad.—iso i>bu. Prime
Family Herring and Shad. I«»r sale by
S. SHINN Sr SON.
jv No. 4 South Wharves.
CtOEFEK.—Old Gov. Java. White Lagttyia
/ ami Rio Coffee, for sale by
S. SHINN Si SON.
jy 7 No. 4 South Wharves.
1>ACON —
y *2fi Casks Si.les
yu •• shoulders, tor sale by
jv 4 WHEAT Si PRO.
IS. LOYERINGS crushed, loaf, powdered.
# and gianulated SUGARS, in st«*fe and l*u
>alet»y T. M. McCOKMICK Si BRG.,
|S Theatre Building.
~ t \ PACKAGES LOAE, CRUSHED AND
i)V/ GRANULATED SUGARS,be t quality,
just received, and foi sale by
J jy 4 D. HUME Si CO.
«>r HAGS RIO AND J AVA COFFEE, ju*t
0 )p ) received, in store, amt lor sale by
JOHN A DIXON,
jy' s Family Grocer,
f ONDON POKIER AM» INDIA ALE —
| j 3 Casks bottled India Ale, anil z i eks
London l*oit«*r, received, and lor sale by
je 20—I mo K. A. MARBI IA .
i > A / i LliS. lorNTRY SHOULDERS, a
M / prime article, tor sale by
MARSHALL * WARD,
j,,04 No. fit King stiect.
BOXES OLA RET W I N E. d rtbrent
Sm) Brands, in store, and for sale by
MARSHALL Sc WARD,
je o j No. ♦'*! King street.
1)ORT WINE -5 quarter casks very
nor old Port, Corkbum Brand, just receiv
ed and for sale ny S. SHINN & SON,
my 13 Anney*? Wharf.
1 FAMILY FL<)l K.—Cloud's Family Flour;
^ Occoquan do. Extra Super ; Rye Flour and
Unbolted Flour, in store.and lor sale by
my 10 THOMAS CLOWES.
1 POTATOES.—100 bushels Seeil Potato.*,
just received, and for sale by
jy 7 HARPER b BOCTSH.
~ HALF-CHESTS siq>erioi Gunpowder and
• ) Black TEA, just received and lor sale by
jy r> D. HUME b CO.
1/wv BUSHELS PRIME QUALITY OF
M M I TIMOTHY SEED, for sale by
jv 11 KINCHFLOE b BRUIN.
I /id V RBLS. No. 1 gro*s HERRING, instore
1UU and lor sale by D. HUME b CO.
jy :i
OILS.—Machine, Tanner s. Lamp and Lin
seed Oils, in store and tor sale by
jy 3 WILLIAM BAYNE.
/ii\ BBLS. and ball bbls. selected Family
f )* ) K.»e HERRING, on hand and h r sale by
jy 3 D. HUME b CO.
HHDS PORTO RICO SUGAR, mceiv
ed this day. per schr. Fairfax, and foi sale
by [jy I] FLEMING * DOI GLASS.
AA HHDS. P. R. b N. O. SUGAR,just re
J^\y reived, and lor sale by
jy 4_ D. HTJME h CO.
POTOMAC HERRINGS.—100 LbU. Poto
Herrings, in store and for sale by'
je 5— 1m T. A. BRRWIS b CO.
] FAMILY FLOUR.—15 bbls. Family Flour,
2 for sale by [jy 3]_WM. BAYNE.
O ALT.—1500 sacks G. A. Salt, 10 to the ton,
k^ now in store, and for sale by
je 21 GKO. W. HARRISON
tLUTHinu* __ __
A LWAYS SOMETHING NEW—READ
A THIS, OLD AND YOUN G—FIRST
GREAT OPENING OF SUMMER ULOTH
[\G —The undersigned having established a
manufactory of CLOTHING of their own at
New York, have just received of the same, one
of the largest and most complete assortments ot
SUMMER CLOTHING, that has ever been
offered in this market.
One ot the firm, having had many years ex
pcrienre in the business, pays his paiticular at
tention to the manufacture ol CIA) 1 H1NG only.
As to the make and style, which is done equal
m any in the Northern cities—and as to prices,
they will satisfy the most prudent economy ot
the true business man. Whatever is done, is
well done, and upon the broad principle of small
prices and quick sales. 'They invite their friends
and the trade generally, to come and examine
their stock before purchasing elsewhere, as they
will spare no trouble in showing them through
their establishment.
With a large assortment ot Boys’ and 1 oiilhs
CLOTHING—Also, Gentlemens Furnishing
GOODS, constantly on hand.
Be particular about the name and place of
SCHOOLHERR & BROIL
Great Western Clothing House, 1US, King
street, 3d door below the Marshall House, Alex
andria, Va. , _
N. j*,._To the Wholesale Trade, they offer
inducements equal to any ol the Northern cities,
in every department of the business je^tf
r|YO MY FELLOW-CITIZENS OF ALEX
J ANDRIA — l have determined to become j
a candidate for the office of cutting and making
Gentlemen's and \ outh s C OA IS, I AN IS, ami
VESTS If it shall In* tin* pleasure of The peo
ple among whom l have lived lor the greater
portion ol my I»le, ami whose friendshipA tlat
(ei »iys<*lf I have enjoyed lor that fieriod ot
tune, to patronise me in that oilice. 1 need
scarcely say that I *hull devote all my time to
the t.nlliliil discharge ol the duties ol a Mkr
l’haxt Tailor. GENTLEMENS’ FURNISH
ING GOODS ea..not be surpassed ill beauty
and style by any Tailoring establishment in
this city. 1 leave it to the public and my friends
to bulge lor themselves.
J WILLIAM E. ATWELL,
0(.j o»)—tf Merchant Tailor. King street.
A TRIAL IS ALL l AsK.—The under
J\ signed has on hand an elegant assortment
„l GOODS lor Gentlemen's wear, consisting in
part of the following, to wit —Black, blue, olive,
and green twilled French ( lotiis,
Do black, brown, and drab Beaver do do
Olive, green, brown, and maroon do
Black Doe Skin French Cassimere
Do Middlesex do., Fancy Cassimeres
Light and dark mixed Tweeds.
Also, READY MADE CLOTHING of every
variety, usually kept in a Fashionable Merchant
Tailor’s establishment, and of the be.-t material.
Which, together with my professional services,
I respeclfullyorfer to my friends and the pub
lie generally ot Alexandria and its vicinit}, to
whom 1 return my sincere acknowledgments
lor past favors, hoping by indefatigable exertion
and untiring attention, to merit a continuance
i>i the same" And though prepared to furnish
every article in my line, l w ill as cheerfully ex
fn (lit* be>t t»I mV skill and ability, tor all I
whose preference may lead them to select else
where as though I had lurnished the goods
niyselt*. RICHARD ROBINSON,
Fashionable Merchant Tailor,
King north side, one door west of Royal
street. __^
m * ERCHANT TAiLoKINC.—The subscn
}\i l>, r would r«*»|H*ctuilly call <{ic attention
ol gentlemen to his supply ol SrKINii A *0 S| y
mkii Coons Idr their wear, as being ol styles and
finalities not to be surpassed in this market. His
stock comprises (1.01 HS anp ( A SSI Mb. RES
ol all slunles and textures; \ LS IINCS ot Satin,
Silk. Merino.Nr., and a good selection ot Ready
Made Clothing. Also. Shills. Drawers. Collars.
Stocks. Neck Ties. Cloves, Hosiery, ami Suspen
ders. with a general assortment ot Tailors'
Trimmings. Feeling gratetul tor the very t<l>o
ral patronage thus tar awarded him. he is stimu
lated to make additional exertion* to please all
who may favor him with their custom, and hopes
by the most unremitting attention, to secure an
increased share ol favors. All goods not pur
chased horn him. will he made to order at the
shortest notice, and cutting attended to with
neatness and d« spatcti.
\VM. ARNOLD, Merchant Tailor,
ap I No. ♦ *7 King street. north aide.
; W^M. D. M ASSKY. Mkuciiant 1 aii.ou. lias
\y received a beautiful stock o! ('LOTUS,
C.iSSlM FRKS. anti FEST/AO,embracing all
that is now. rare and racy, which he will he
plea Mil to makeup at the shortest notice, and in
ike best style—upon tin* most moderate term*.
Also a line assmtmeiit ol Simas. Chu.au*.
Ni.ri; 11ku. Clock*. MmpKNPKus, and lurnish
! m,r COODS in general, together with a good
.lock „i KKADV AIAI’K ( I.OTIIIMi, «i,i. Ii
will be sold h»vv.
ap ||—it No. 09. King street.
•JOHN A. KEYS, MFKCfMST TMIOR,
^j having engaged the serv ires ot All. In mu.m
AIasskv. ;is a Cm ikk. would most respectfully
call tin* attention ol lie* public to bis fine assoit
ment o! SLR INC t JOODS, cnsisting ol Ci.oi u*.
( ‘assi.mkicks. Vi sriMiS. \c„ suitable lor spring
mid Summer Wear, all ol which will ho triad*
up in the finest and most fashionable style*.
He would aluo call attrition to j»is stock o|
CENTLKMEN'S ITKMMUND DODDS. ?m
bracing tine Wlnte Shuts; Drawn**; (r.nats;
Storks: I’nder Sliirts; Suspender*: Clove*. Hand
kerehiels; Collars ; llall-Ho*e. Stc. tnh VO
JFST RF.C1I V ED. another supply ot'CnciUH,
CassituCies, and Nesting*.ot superior quali
ty, dint suitable Idr the season.
W. N A. Ml RRAY, Merchant Tailors,
my 2d £>7 King street.
JAOR THE (iKNTLEMKN —Just ojwned
^ a mu tier lot ot CLoTHS, CASSlMKRKS.
v EST1 Nii.S, DRILLiMi*, Nr. The newest
styles, rich ami beautiful. Call and see them
... f li <:ilf m.*V V.» f.O k'imr street
.1 " ' -.— ' ^
Tnr.Arro. sk<> a its, &<*.,
rnoBACTO, SEHARS, SMEE, Acr—The
J midemgned thankful lor past favors, begs
leave to say to bis friends and nil others who are
loud ot the good things kept by hum that he ha*
made considerable auditions to his N|()( R and
is piepaied to hold out inducement© to all those
who may tax on i him wilii a call, lioth as to
iiuality and price, lie will h**re name some of
the articles kept on hand and hopes by attention
to business and a disposition to please, to irierit
and receive a libeial response Iroin a generous
public;—so here goes.
A '■upeiior lot ot hun cured, medium and com
mon Chewing I OBA( ( 0.
Fine cut. chew ing and smoking TOBACCOS.
A very line lot ot imported arid domestic Se
rais*. together with a general assortment ot Port
Monaies, Perfumeries, Hair and Tooth Brushes'
CVmhs. Pen knives, Nc., Re. With a large lot
ol Fancy Pijies, Head© and Stems.
JOHN W. SIMPSON,
sep 10—tf No. 1 f»9. King street.
f I TOBACCO *.NI> NKliAKS—I have just rp*
J ceived in addition to my *tock. two bun
tired boxes of TOBACCO, ot all grades, to
which I invite the attention of dealers in the
town and country. I have also a large lot of
SEtJAKS. part ol xxhicn ate very superior, for
sale at x ei y- low puces. I will take Hags at
Baltimore prices in exchange tor i obacco and
Segars. Orders from tin* country will he
promptly altended to. and prices guaranteed as
low as that ot any other city.
aug2l CHARLES BA\ NE.
new Pa|»«*r Hanging Store, A’o. 140 Ain#
s/rer/, tiro tiuut s a Inter Llturtft M hilt s „ilu.tvrH\
Storr. where may he seen the largest stock Of j
PAPER HAMdMiS, ol foreign and dorm*tic
manufactures, ever in store in this city, and j
which I res|>ectfully offer to the citizens ot
Alexandria, at the lowest fiossible price*. Per
sons from the country in seaich ot baigam*
will find it to their interest to give me a call be
fore purchasing elsewhere, since the goods hav* j
ii.g lie^n bought to great advantage myself, I
can afford nurehaser© the same inducements.
PITCH, mm TCANl K nOTICKI,
f|lHK FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OK
X A LEX A N DRIA, cont in ties to i mure i*a i L>t
Fire, gem rally, in Town ami Uouutry, a* bn,,
tofore, on the moat reasonable term*.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Anthony P. (Jovki. President.
Dwight Metcalf, John B. Daingerfiel.1
William Gregory, Edward S. Hough,
Rolrert Jamieson, James P. Smith,
Thomas R. Keith, Robert (». Vi**!« tt.
William H. Fowle, Thomas McCuimirk
John H. Brent.
Office hours from 0 to 1 L and from *j( to 'j
0 clock. ( . \V . \\ A 1 1 LES, SeeiHaty.
Office on King street, near St. Asaph,
nov 11»—dlv
POTOMAC INSURANCE COMPANY l»K
ALEXANDRIA -
Samuel Miller. President.
Dr HECTORS.
Wm. N. McVeigh, J. F. Dyer,
Roberts. Ashby, Ia*w is McKenzie
J. A. English,
This Company is prepared to receive oifen i. r
Insurance. Office in the Exchange Block, kit -
between Pitt and Royal streets,
tier S—tf JOSEPH l.A( HkN. Secretary
THE ALBEMARLE
lNSI KANCK COMPANY,
Thf. Great Central Cor tan t or Viu»un4
PRINCI PAL OK KICK. Cl! A KL« >TT Ka\ I l.l K, V A.
Chartered Capital, $400,000.
CASH FUND. $lv».V>ou.
11 IRE INSURANCE in Town or Country
i and MARINE INSURANCE ma> beeitei-'
ted on the most favorable terms with tins Con
panv.
rrAin ,osses promptly and sati<sL««'totily 4
ranged. WM. T. EARLY , Pres t
Jse. Wood. Jr., Secretary.
F. A. MARBURY, Agent lor Al.xandiu
aug 2v*—tf
DOOTM A NIK MIOK.fc.
SHOE SPORE—To my customer!*, and to
the public generally, I return mygiatrnd
thanks for a ld»eial share ot their patioiiafe
during the last few years, and bj endeavour
to keep on hand everything within my 1 in*- »i
business, I hope to menl a continuance oi thnr
favors. My stock of UOODN consists in j• (ti *
as follows:
INDIES' WE JR.
Whole and half Gaiter*, black
Do do do fancy colored
Moiocco and Kid Buskins and Slippers
Do Seal Walking Shoe*.
MISSES. JSD CHII.UREXS WM!!.
Black Morocco Boots and Slippers
Fancy (Jailers
Bron/.e and light colored Slippers and Kn'kit*
li ESTEEM EVS II EJH.
French calf skin stitched and pegged Boot*
(Jailers. Monroes, Jeflei>ons. arid Slippei>.
Together with all other vaue!ie*i and •pialito*
of work worn by gentlemen.
jiiivsi an 17»/"/’r/v*
Boots and Shoes, warranted lo gi\e *.tti*lAcfim ,
and on as liberal terms. (quality coiisidue.!,) «•
in any other home in town.
Come and examine lor yourseIves.
oct (r> RICH A KM V. CROSS.
Henry c. mmbmjx, (A«y.// *//«e/ u.„i
store fr<>m A'ftig s/r#»/.) would lopeclluilv
call the attention ot his Irieiids <*l the town am!
country to his very extensive stock ot BOO ! >
aiul SHOES, suitable to the present and aj
proaching season; which, a* usual, he *dl< i? lot
sale at fair living prices. Mis Mock comMs u
Jiarf ol the follow mg very seasonable article*, • u
.adies Morocco and Seal Walking Mines
“ •• Sliupeffi
“ Oaitcia
“ Boot* (morocco and seal)
Misses and Children* Bools an.I Shoes
Centlemen’s Calf, Kipp, and But! Boot#
“ u u •* Shoe*
Boys “ and Kipp Bools
“ “ “ Shoes
Youths “ and “ Boots
“ “ “ Shoes
Men's thick Boots and Brogan*, No I, t.u fain
iug and similar pui|>o*e». and in slioif, e\erv
aiticle usually found in a well-Mocked Hoot <n .
shoe cstahlishandit.
N. B.— I should he most happy to receipt tl r
hills which I have iendued lo my liien t* o
they Would only give me an op|*o|lumty (I
hope I am understood.) oct 4—ll
ATTENTION ALL - The unde,signed in.nt
Ie*p»e«#tlullV call* the :<ttelitu«n of tie • ■
zens of Alexandiia, and others veiling the * it.
to their large yvoifirnn! ol Ik >0 I S am* hllOf>
am* GAITEKS, Am MISSES am* t Mil.MRt N
SHOES, which they < Her mi teiins a* iea*.*i .*
hie as at any other establishment in the . »tj
A* most ot then work i* ma«b* undei then in
mediate hi|m‘|inteinlelice, they call Waiiali' i
Ini dm ability.
N. B.—W»* would mod respectfully <a II fl.e
attention of tin* public to our tall M«*ek ol w»*r»
which is very lai ge, *uch as K IB and ( OA K
BOOTS aNU SHOES, which We ale deteiti,u.*-4
to sell low for cash.
All orders tor work w ill receive the stin'te-t
attention. J NO. C. S \l I I I! \ St tN I' an la * >
#epf,—if 4 dcor* north ol Kii*if ^
T*
hats, t ahv, moxxkts, a*.
1 ANCOIJKAUE HOME IXMCSTK V--NUV
\\ SBBlNi* STALES OF HATS A I I Hi
OU> KM BORIC M OF FAsHloN - d**// '
HO WELL resjM ctfulIy invites the afiente-i 1
his Ifieifds and piirch.jf«,i * generally. f«* 1»is f
and Well selected stock **l if*f /h. f *s ^
open this day, of In* own and \.»ith* in ri o"
laciure. He Hatters Inmsell that in price
style In* stock Will Compare Ja\«*lahiy wi I. “
or any other market. I** all lo* wowid *a\
and see. 11 '
rilO THE EAS'I IMlol’S- 'h'AO//f wi
1 introduce hi* beaiililul an*l M u*|*
style of CENTRE MEN'S HA'J'S ».*.!■>
beauty ol style atnl elegance **t l.im-h H*« V • •'<
not be surpassed Ken* mb* r Alexandrian*
t|,psf» H ATS life maiiulai tin* •! m v**nr **w n * • >
and will com pa, e with »!>) hrougl.f hei* ,r‘
the North, both in quality an I j'*1
Sixteen HATS ANn CABS, in gleat vanr't
Call and sec. [sep I tt) dOflN Ab.
U MHKH \ AIIOK.
ICMBEK YARD We take fhlsliiHM*
i inim firing our cnMomrr*. that wei..m •
uected our U'MBER BCslNF.hr w.ti.ti.e. Ar
I NUT MANUFACTORY, where we are |*o
pared to furnish every de*criptmn
usually found in the most extensive M n
VAUIK
ALSO, Lime. Hydraulic Cement
Plaister, Call.., Shingles, Palling-- -'an- '
sizes. Ac., Ac . w hich we will sell h.w l"i
or at the usual time to punctual
jal, | JAMES (IlfKEN A M’N
a. waitaa. a. aiuarau**- t. * **"“'
WATERS, ZIMMERMAN A << ■ ,
rp“ Kiteu.ive dealers in Lumber . im.e -
l.alha, Ac., on li.e wharl, loot «t (
are eonMaiitly in the receipt of Huih.ing
rials. Iron, the States ol Ninth • •'-'m*;' '
vania, N Voik. .Marne,and the British I
which they Otter tor sale on
term#. Tbeii arrangements w iio man n ^ ^
enable them to-upplv p*1’" l"'“
Spruce, and Yellow Pine, at tne .ho.tr.t not.*
rnli l—tf
IL’MBKK YAKI>. North emim j t'l"
J near fhefrVhWha.i-Mh^ l-n ,-, ^
edto liirni»li ever) »Urn|»tmn 0 , ( (|J t
Shingles. Laths. Palings. Ac ,
Lumher Vard. Also l;|m-nd ll..t
Nails,Ac., which otter h jt BARKER
dating tfims. [leb-j
AURIC IXT CK A A .welK-MKAT*. «'•
a i-u sl\ ( KAlHeK.S.— I have jh»1 n*
900 cefv^d * «•,l*- m<-s' a“d ,"'1
«XA IM'sV..*e ever had. Call and a- l
!.A* | „ 1 * DRAYTON ti. MKAl'E
hor sale hy Agrir.,lto.«l Wareboo-e.
. aN*>. 12, KairUx •i**r
Ti KVMOKES BROADCAST MWISI. ><■»
S C HINKS —'» he subscriber* having he l
,-Milted Agents for the sale ol th- above ■ ^
( HINES, are prepared to ' .
farmers,direct troni the 1 actor}.awl at r
price, adding (reigMon^ & |)owA|<I
, 0 Urnon•utrh
my 13

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