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VOL LVII MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4t 1856. ^ __ _____ NO. 1S4.
Aiiimu'b. E YlrglaU Advertiser, PL BUSH BD DAILY BY EDGAR USOWDKS. At Kigh: Dollar* per anuun, payable half yearly. AkI#tt'a. GaxeMe A Virginia Advertiser. (FUR TH1 COUNTRY) l» PUBLISHBD, RXOULARLY, ON TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS, At Five Dollars per aunum, payable iu advance. T» e. or Advertising.—Advervisement* not exceeding T ,, „. UA(V, inserted three tiuies for one dollar. Adver t , u-tit* cutiuued after three times, for 50 ceuts a J ltri. f.>K tucti insertion INSIDE, or Zb cents 0LTS1DX.— V Kt^ ri lines are counted as a wflian#. . iwrtisetueuU »»v the year, at prices to l«e agreed upon, 1 htvi'i; reference to the usual amount of space they may p “saivertWng by the year not to advertise article* n f j., Iu led la their regular business, uor to insert in fa^lr advertisements any other names than their own. M* Bivins HU.| ouitlakt Notices, ex-eediug h>e lines, ». •charged f •« aa advertisements. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE JOB PRINTING OrriCB. H WING JUST ADDED LARGELY TO OUR avwktiot or_ JOB T Y P E , ST3S.7 VARISTT, -• »r«pr.p.,r.J t>» execute order* for the following, with NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. PtWl’VUKTS RILL HEADS, iViB'k" S--U'»>L KKI-ORTS, i'l 1UJLT \K^ KAIL ROAD UKOKII'TS, v£l» * Al’UTUKUAKIXS LABELS, KILLS LADING, ! BUSINESS CARDS, 1-iSTKKH. I HANDBILLS. \Y \liR ANTS H»)NDS, | VISITING CARDS, AND v VK11Y DESCRIPTION OF PRINTIXGi Kxe. iited upon a* SCTTH OP TKE P^TwlCAX OW<>\ So. 70 hinct Street, between Fairfax and Kot/al Street*. ray 17—tf „KANGE asd ALEX ANDRIA RAIL ROAD. I ^TeATSOUfUKKX MAIL LIXJE. Twice daily. (Sundays excepted.) between Wash ragton City and the South, via Alexandria, i Gordonsvilie and Richmond. l^ave Washington at 6 o’cl'H'k, A. M. L^ave Alex indria at 7 o'clock, A. At. L.*»ve Washington at 7 o'clock, r. M. l.otve Alexandria r.t S o'clock, P. "• , . Fare from Washington and Alexandria to , Richmond. $■» war fyOMN 1 BUSSKS and BAGGAGE WAG ONS will be at the depot of the Washington | Railroad, to convey Passengers and Baggage to j fne Steamboat GEORGE PAGE, tor Alexan- , drift a distance ot six miles, allowing ample j time lor Meals. H. W. VANDEGRIET, j j- 4_j j General Superintendent. ( MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD. VlkXandkia^and STRAS BURG.— Starting and arrival of Passenger 1 rain*. Leave Alexandria at "JAM o clock, A. M. Arrive at Strasburg at 12.12 o'clock, P. M. Leave Strasburg at 9.30o’clock, A. Nl. Arrive at Alexandria, at 2.20o clock, P. M. No Sunday tram. JOHN McD. GOLDSBOROLGH, ,v _tf Chief Engineer. l»ofc fc’ALL AND WINTER ^RKANOKMKNTS. lSi5 INVITE the attention of the public to the * facilities afforded by this Company, for the quick and sate conveyance of Specie, Bank Sores, valuable packages, heavy and bulky freight, Ac. . IKXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore, Pniladelphia, New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford. Ac .leave our office daily, at 11.30, A. M. EXPRESSES for the South, to Richmond, Fredericksburg, Petersburg, Lynchburg, and tor r,nts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor gia Alabama, and Tennessee, leave daily at 11 ft, A M. . . tt-ir EXPRESSES are always accompanied bv careful and trustworthy messengers, and the piblic can rely upon all business entrusted to us b^ng done with safety, punctuality, and des I*ep2<t -tfj R. W. FALLS. Agent, „ WASHINGTON* AND ALEX NDRIA BOAT.—The steamer r.ynRGE WJSHISGTON will leave her old W art. Queen street :— Leave Alexandria, at 7$, 9, 11, 1-5* an^ L.,v, Washington,at 8. 10. 12,2}. 4}, and 6}. , •;.)_dtf JOB CORSON, Captain. ”STEAMER GEORGE PAGE.— and after Monday, 3uth inst., the y.eamer GEORGE PAGE will run as follows Leave Alexandria, at 1 i, S, 10, 12, 2 $, 4$ and Gf o clock. Leave Washington, at ft, 9, 11. 1 A 3$, artd 7 o’clock. ELLIS L. PRICE, Captain. THE FOTOHAC RIVER ifiaa^STKAM BOAT COMPANY hav ing thoroughly overhauled and repaired the AIM’R (’ PRICE, and having procured anew boiler, and made other improvements, will place tier on her route, on Tuesday, April S. She will leave Washington, at ft o’clock, and Alex ^ m 1 1 Iunllia dt 7 O clock, A. M., on JUesuwy;* anu j I lay* ah 2'.‘—tf im BALTIMORE AND ALEXAN* ia2saaC!>KiA meam packet line. 1 .1 Steamer(’OLC3/RLLCaptain Harter,hav ing been greatly improved by additions and re* pv i» will resume her trips to ami trom Balti- j tii'Hv.leaving Baltimore every Saturday atter R*wn at 4 o'clock, and Alexandria at 7 o clock h-inesday mornings, touching tor passengers at b**r usual landings on the Potomac. Freight tor Undings must be paid here. V ‘ " WHEAT & BRO, Agents. ;> YKsSELS W ANTED to load lor Bos on. New York, Bridgeport, New Haven, I'idvtdence, and Kali River. T. J. MF.HAFFEY, A gent Cumberland Coal and lion Co., 2nd story °t > Shinn A Son’s Store. my ‘2—dBm \ Es>ELS WANTED k>r Philadelphia. S*Applyat ljy 311 PIONEER MILLS. CAVE YOUR FRUIT —Burnett's Patbwt k^ infallible Sflf Sealing Caws for I’RR fkksh Fat it and Yegktablks.—It has 1,M‘K been a desideratum to preserve truit by lk':,ie c;.eap method, such as would keep them !vr u»t* through the year. At the present high j rr‘OiM>i Snj/Ar. all wilt see that this is the Can !l • ’b** times. The fruit or vegetables are kept U- n 'h**ir natural flavor, and are admitted by 4 *hs have tried them to be superior to the 0 '■ P‘4n- 1 ins CaH is simple in its construction, I ^."4 :es lues i.- ither the aid ot Solder, Cement or I Ha\ ing procured the right ot manutac f’*ru,< r^e above Cans 1 invite all housekeepers j C4'i and examine them, at No. lf>, Royal*§t. Jv 22—tf JOSEPH S. STANSBURY. W ru*L GREATER INDUCEMENTS at the I k new Paper Hanging Store, No. 140 Kmg I doors abort It forge Whites Auction where maybe seeu the largest stock of I A PER HANGINGS, of foreign aiul domestic I n‘«u:uiactur**s. ever in store in this city, and J respectfully offer to the citizens of I ’ r3tar*dria. at the lowest possible prices. Per I ’rem the country in search ot bargains I •“ find it to their interest to give me a call be I ** purchasing elsewhere, since the goods hav I i bought to great advantage myself, I I *n d*L>rd purchasers the sam-e inducements. I JEFFERSON TACEY._ I \\ OOL. WOOL!—We wish to purchase I ’ * ^ uol of all grades, for which the highest I ar*et prices will be paid. I J**L .HILL, BROWN & PARTLOW. I A ^LAN GUANO, just received and tor I *li hJ [ap lb] FOWLE & CO. BUSINESS CARDS. August h. fuchskl. gold and SILVERSMITH. respectfully informs the ' citizens ot Alexandria and its vicinity, that he is prepared to execute all orders in his line, in a , manner which will give satisfaction to those who will favor him with their custom. He has on hand an assortment ot Gold and Silver WATCHES, tine Gold Ear Rings, Breastpins, Finger Rings. Gold and Silver Pencils, and Lock ets. all of the latest styles. Also, genuine Silver Ware, such as Table, Desert. Tea. Salt, Sugar, and Mustard Spoons; Drinking and Cream Mugs; solid Silver Butter Knives; Sugar Tongs, and a variety of other articles usually kept in his line rf business. He invites attention to his stor jL of Door, Pew, and Numbering Platts, which are plated with the best Silver, and which he is prepared to engrave in the finest style of the art, and upon the most accommodating terms. WATCHES and JEWELRY carefully repaired, and all kinds ot KNGRAY ING exe cuted with neatness and despatch. He respect fully solicits a call at his store. No. St>, King street, recently occupied by W. D. Massey, esq. nov 14—ly _ __ 4 LKXANDRIA BOOK BINDERY AND JbLJNK BOOK MANUFACTORY; No zo. South Fairfax street, Alexandria.—The pro prietor of the above establishment, most respect fully informs the public, that ho has spared no expense in selecting new stock, confidently hopes by strict attention and experience to give satisfaction to his patrons. He assures them that in all cases the most reasonable scale ol prices will be adopted. MUSIC, PAMPHLETS, LAW BOOKS, Ac., strongly bound in the neatest styie. BLANK BOOKS, made and ruled to order upon the shortest notice. B7* Work from the Country and trade im mediately attended to, and carefully packed without any additional charge. feb 13—diy GEORGE SIGGERS. J. D. COttSR. BDWAUP8NOWDRN. W.D.CORSK. CORSE, SNOWDEN, A CORSE, Exchange Bankers, No. 1, Exchange Block, are prepared todeal in EXCHANGE PROMISSORY NOIES, TIME BILLS, CERTIFICATES OF DEPO SIT. LETTERS OF CREDIT, BANK NOTES, and COIN, and to deal generally in STOCKS and other PUBLIC SECCRlllES. COL LECTIONS wilt be made in this city, and ail parts of the United States, and the proceed* promptly remitted to any designated point. REAL ESTATE bought and sold on Com mission. All business entrusted to our caie will receive prompt attention. ian lo ly ISAAC KNTV* - 1TNTWISLE & MOORE, Union Street, Alex J andria, Machinists and Black-Smiths, are prepared to do all work in their line, at reasonable prices, and with despati h. Having made arrangements with Messrs Sniitn & Perkins, lor the use of their extensive assoit ment of Mill-Gearing Patterns*they are prepared to fill all orders for Mill-Gearing, and Work con nected therewith, promptly, and at the lowest rates. , List of patterns forwarded, when requested, by mail. _oct 20—illy c. J. WISE. L E- CRBKNE I TINE GROUND PLASTER, 2240 pounds to thk Ton, constantly ground and tor sale bv WISE & GREENE, at the Franklin Steam Mills, Alexandria, Va. Calcined Plas ter always on hand. JErCounting Room, Union street, No. — 2nd story over D. S. Gwin s Commission Store, in y 5—d I y _ CCTHHKRT POWELL. W. LEVIN POWELL. (Ijtte o*" ,iOudoun.) | POWELL * CO, GENERAL GROCERS b COMMISSION MERCHANTS, dealers in WINKS, TEAS. LIQUORS, SEGARS. Ac., I turner King and L niun stru ts. Alexandria, l a. ar Strict personal attention given to the sale of all kinds of Country Produce. All orders filled with despatch. niv 12 tt James a. McPherson, agricvltu RAL MACHINE SHOP, corner of Com merce and Enyette streets. Alexandria, Virginia. manufactures and has for sale the celebrated New York THRESHERS and CLEANERS, which are warranted to thresh and clean in a marketable manner, one bushel of wheat per minute. REAPERS and MOWERS tor sale ! Particular attention paid to repairing all kinds of Agricultural Machinery. my 16—tf JAMES A. McrilKRSON. Alexandria saving’s institu-| TION—Benjamin Barton, President, W. ; C. baton, Cashier—Deposits as low as one dollar will be received. An annual interest ot 4 per cent, is paid to depositors, and those al lowing their deposits to remain, participate in the division of the profits oi the Institution at the end of every fifth year. Business of the Institution transacted at the Store ot Benjamin Barton, and the office oi W. C. Yeaton. ^ ^ C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa j% Manufacturer, cornel of King and Allied streets, Alexandria, Va., has constantly on hand, and offers to the public, an excellent assortment of Cabinet Wake, Sofas, ami 1 haihs,o! every variety, ami on the lowest terms, winch, tor dura bility and finish, cannot be surpassed, mh 4—iy _ BC. MAJOR. APOTHECARY, South-east # corner of King ami Alfred-streels, keeps constantly on hand a well selected stork ot DRUGS and CHEMICALS, which he will sell on accommodating terms. GTPhysicians' Prescriptions accurately com pounded. ,lov *'* SH. WILLIAMS, Surgeon Dentist. Office m on west sideot Washington between King and Cameron streets, Alexandria, a. Patients from the Country will please give him a few days notice, by mail, of their intention to call on him. nov 11 JOHN H. PARROT' P, DEALER IN PIANOS, MELODEONS, and MUSICAL INSTRU MENTS generally, and MUSIC for same: also Books, Stationery, and Fancy Goods, No. 166, King street, Alexandria, Iti. _ jan '—tt / "1 REEN. SUTTLE & CO., Produce Commis sioN Merchants, and Grocers. Alexandria, 1 Va. All orders will receive prompt attention, feb 18—tt _ WASHINGTON & CO., Wholesale and Re tail Grocers.Cornmission and Forwarding Merchants, No. 11,north Union st., Alexandria sep 1—tf ____ H. HOOFF, Flour, Grain, and Grocery £ # Merchant, Green's Wharf, opposite the Locomotive and Car works ol Messrs. Snath At Perkins, Alexandria, Va. aP 1 DR. R. H. STABLER. Analytic Chemist, will Analyze Soils, Guano, Mineral Waters, Ores, &c., Office No. 165, King street. corner of Washington, Alexandria, \a. oct 2—dl> P CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings, q Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings, and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, \ a, jy 14—dtt __ _ D HUME & CO., Grocers, Commission # and Forwarding Merchants, King street, I Alexandria, Va. _^ ^ . RH. HUNTON, Grocer and General Com # mission Merchant, Union st. and Dain ger field* Whart iv 7— M1 ARSHALL & WARD, GROCERS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING _[CHANTS, No. 11, Kma St. awgBS FA. MARBURY, Commission Merchant # and wholesale dealer in Foreign and Do aestie Liquors, Fowls'® Whart mb IB—tl BUSINESS CARDS. ISAAC PAUL, COMMISSION MERCHANT. for the sale of Wheat, Flour, Corn, ami all other Country Produce ; for the purchase ol Plaster. Guano, and other goods to be had in Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to all orders. F-iTCorner Union and Prince streets, on the Railroad. Alexandria, Va. jy 22—ly PH. HOOFF, Alexandria Va., FLOUR. # GRAIN if GROCERY MERCHANT, : has removed to No. 5b South of Prince, and on 1 Union street. Particular attention, will be j given to all consignments of Produce. Plaster, Salt, and Groceries furnished at current rates. jygf> _____ THOMAS S. JAMIESON, MACHINIST awl IRON FOUNDER, Corner of Royal and Wilkf. streets.^01 IS PREPARED to execute orders for STA TIONARY STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, Mill Gearing. Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, j Pumps, Fans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing. Columns and 1 Girders, Gas or Water Pipe, and MACHINERY ! ot every description. Superior CAS11NGS i made lo onier at short notice, and on reasonable terms. On hand, several STEAM ENGINE'*, eighthor.se power, and eight or ten LA1HES, to which the attention of those in want is re ■ quested. mb 2d—ly E. B. Addison." D. Howard. Addison k Howard, general com mission and FORWARDING MER CHANTS. ANI) DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL I IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, and FERTILIZERS, AT Addison & Meade's old stand, Union street, Alexandria. Fa. Goods consigned to their care will be forward ed with despatch. aug 2 TTTATCHES! W A T C H E S! \—J. C. yy ('LARK, practical Watch Maker, sign ot the Gold Watch, 115 north side oj King street. I nearly opposite the Marshall House. Alexandria. Ftr pima. has just received from M. lobias, ol Lon don, and Joseph Johnson, °! Liverpool, a splen did assortment of G 0 L D and S 1 L \ E R WATCHES, to which the attention of Gentle men and Ladies is solicited—feeling conscious that he will be able to suit the taste ol all. both ! as it regards quality and price. Also, received, gold and SILVER SPECTACLES of assor ted quality, to suit all ages. All articles sold from his establishment will be warranted to give lull satistaction. nov 3 SOUTH ERN M A N l FACT l- RES! FAIR VIEW COTTON WORKS, I NEAR THE CANAL RASIN'. ALEXANDRIA, \ A. FITZPATRICK & BURNS, Projtritlurs and MannJ'arhinrs of COTTON Y A UN S. SA1L TW IN K, CARPET CHAIN, CoRDAGK, W R A IT IN13 T W INK, O >TT ON R ATS. rrA good assortment ot these articles who on hand and ready tor delivery, to which we call the attention ot merchants and dealers in these GOODS, which we are selling at Northern prices, sep 7—eott _^ & B. QTEPHEN SHINN k SON , Grocers, Com mission and Forw’arding Merchants, Jan iiey s Wharf. Liberal advances made on Con signments, and particular attention given to the sale of Country Produce. Agents lor Regular Lines New* ^ ork and I hil adelphia Packets. All goods entrusted to their care will be forwarder! with promptness and des patch, and at lowest rat^s. mh W. T. POWELL, Engineer, Draughtsman and V(runty Surveyor, ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA. OFFERS his services to the citizens of Alex andria and the neighboring countie#, for Surveying and Mapping Real Estate. Office on Royal street, over l. L. Smith sLaw office. feb 2S dly 4 LKXANDRIA STEAM SAW AND PLANING MILLS.—We have constant lv on hand a large supply of WHITE AND V EL LOW PI N E AND OA K TIM BE R, wh ich we will saw to order on tne most reasonable Wins. Builders will do well to give us a cull before purchasing elsewhere. SMITH k WATTLES, corner Union aU£ 7_tf and Gibbon streets. K. W. KINCHKLOK. SIDNEY BRUIN. F7 INCHELOK k BRUIN, GROCERS ^ and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. >5, Kins; street. Alexandria, Virginia. UF" Farmers may rely upon having their personal attention to all produce entrusted to them. _ jy >7— T. A. HKKW1S. > A f' \ PIT $ ANTHONY LAW JON Jthxa., \ A ( ARD < Lofton C H. 11 A. BREW IS k CO., WHOLESALE AND RE # TAIL GROCERS, PRODUCE, and GEN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Came ron st., opposite the Market House, aug 23—ly MEYENBERG, BROS, k CO., wholbsa^ and retail dealers in t OREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY. FANCY and MILLINE RY GOODS, Sahkpta Hall, A’nig street, No. 85. Alexandria, Ua. All orders from the coun try will be promptly attended to. aug 2 /-tt "117 ILLI AM M. SMITH, (Late of the firm of \\ Kincheloe b Co..) wholesale and retail DEALER IN GROCERIES, I.lQl ORS, be.. No. K. Prince street dock. Alexandria. Va. All kinds of Country Produce entrusted to his rare promptly attended to. sep 12 tf ^ G1 FORGE W. HARRISON, corner of Union \ mid Queen streets, dealer in GROCERIES LIQUORS, and PROVISIONS generally. Bp* All orders from the country promptly at : tended to. and produce taken in exchange. feh 28—tt __ hmjiw PAINT SHOP.— W. J. HIGDON j has removed his PAIN 1 SHOP over Hill ; &Webster's Carpenter's Shop, on Prime street. next to the Punnets' Bank, where all orders will | he faithfully attended to. dec 7 ! T 8* SKINKKR. H. D. WRIGHT. SKINKKR & WRIGHT have constantly on hand FINE GROUND PLASTER, at I their Steam Mill, Alexandria, Urginiu. jan 23—tf _ fTlHOMAS T. HILL—ATTORNEY AT I EiIV, Alexandria, Va., will practice in ! an the Courts of this city. Fauquier and Cui i j>eper Counties He will also act as agent lor the sale and purchase of Real Estate, jy 3 eott j gko. a.saiiRMir. thomar x. fawi. ROBINSON & PAYNE, Grocers,Commission, and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street Wharf. Alexandria, Va. oct S tf IVlCHARD L. CARNE,Jr., dealer in FOR V EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY. HOLLOW-WARE, $c., be., No. 1 60, King street, corner of Fairfax, oct 17 tf CHAS. HOWARD. ALFRED POOR HOWARD & POOR, General Commission Merchants, Daingerfield s \Shart. Alexan dria, Va. mh 13—tt James c. nevett. wii.liam snowdes. N'EVETT k SNOWDEN, SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Rumney s Wharf._feb 10—ft B— ELTING, STEAM PACKING; &c.—The subscribers have lor sale Leather and In dia Rubber Belting, of all widths; also, Steam i Packing, and Engine and Hydrant Hose, for sale at factory prices. j T. M. McCORMICK k BRO., I je i§ Theatre Building. SCOTT'S CELEBRATED REFRIGERA TORS, for sale by E. GRIMES, ; je 4—tf No. 14. Fairtax-street. AR —25 bbls. Tar, for sale by jy u JOHN F. DYER DRY GOODS, &c._ 110 THOSE WHO CLOTHE SERVANTS WELL—Made in Western Virginia— \\ here wool is cheap and good, and the manu ' faeturer does not hesitate to put it into his fa brics plentifully. ' We have given an order, and will have in store by the Oth of September next, l,5u0 yards drab Fulled Cloth 1,000 “ grey do. do., all double width of superior quality, $1 per yard 2,500 yards of those extra wide, bright and thick Plaid Linseys, for servant women i 2,000 yards of that extra superior, wide twilled, white Merino Wool Flannel— certainly the best article ever produced for Undershirts, Drawers, and Skirts. The proprietor of the lactory where these goods are made, strives to get up the best goods i of the class that are produced in the United j States. In the opinion of the very best judges, j he has accomplished the object. ( Our Virginia and Maryland friends, at whose urgent solicitation we order these goods made, will please send in their orders early to insure J a supply, and not be placed in the situation they found themselves last autumn and winter, re ! gretting they had not enough, “and could not find any that would match them ” It may be mentioned at this time, that w*e 1 propose to add to the above probably the larg- j est and best stock ofSERVANTS’ BLANKETS, and all other goods in that line generally, that will be found in the District. Always a line stock of all kinds ot DR\ GOODS, for Farmers’, Planters’ and House keepers’ use in all departments. R7* New supplies daily, throughout the en tire year. |.y Our facilities and our Northern and East ern correspondents, enable us to offer all arti ties at prices most favorable to the consumer. ty ONE PRICE ONLY—NO deviation. Our most careful attention devoted to orders, which are solicited. Good articles, lew prices and fair dealing, may be relied on in all cases. PERRY & BROTHER, “Central Stores,” west building, Washington, je lt> opp. Centre Market. C1AMBRIC and SWISS BANDS.—Cambric, / Swiss, Bobbin, Thread, and Lisle Edgings, I in great variety; Dotted Swiss Muslins; Cam ! brie, Swiss, and Lace Collars and Undersleeves; ! tine Black Alpaca-; Bombazines and Lawns; i Berages; Grenadines; Tissues; French Lawns j ! and diallvs; Colored Tarltons; Gauze Flannels, j Gauge Merino Vests; Long and short Black Silk Mitts; Linen Handkerchiefs; Corded and Grass Skirts; Palm Fans; live pieces rich Black Silks; Black Silk Laces; figured Irish Linen, together with many other seasonable GOODS, all ol which we will sell very low. jy 10 TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. MORE NEW GOODS!—We have just re ceived, by express,some small lots ot Irish Linens, plain Berages, small figured Lawns, Ginghams, Hoseries, black silk Mitts, Parasols, ' and Bonnets, to which we invite particular at j tention. MEYENBERG. BKO. A CO., 25 Sarepta Hall. King street. Bargains in dry goods.—We have just received, a variety of GOODS adapted I to the season, which, in connexion with many • o’hers in store, will be sold at great bargains. A call and examination solicited, jy 10 G. K. WITMER. BROS. A CU_ QHAWLS.— ^ 1 White Crape Shawl 2 White Silk Plaid Beragedo 2 colored Cotton do do. Astheabuve are all the SHAWLS I have left on hand, they j w ill be sold much below their value, by my 6 ROBERT HARPER. JUST RECEIVED by Adams ACo. Express, a lot of pretty Lawns,only 12$ cents. Call ■ immediately at | aug 1 BERKLEY A SHACK LETT'S. Manchester quilts.—11-4, 12-4. 13-4, just opened, and selling a bargain, aug 1 BERKLEY A SHA( KLE l i. I'I A R. A SOLS.—A good lot at cost. aug 1 BERKLEY A SHACKLETT. X/ k PALM FANS this day expected, by jje25 TAYLORA HUTCHISON _ HAHDWARE, CUTLERY, Ac. _ Housekeeping and other arti cles SUITED TO THE SEASON.— The subscribers would inform their friends and customers, that they still continue to deal in ar ticles suited to wants, and would now invite their attention to many articles on hand suited to the present and approaching season, viz: Covered Brittania Ice Pitchers, Ice Mallets Awls and Picks,Carpet Hammers, Carpet Tacks Patent Carpet Fasteners, 'Pack Claws ! Dusting Pans, Dust and Sweeping Brushes Super, and common White Wash Brushes, Ac. Call and examine at No. 90, King, corner ol Royal streets. my 1 JOHN T CREIGHTON A CO. ENGLISH & CASTLEMAN, No. 63, King-Street. Alexandria. Va., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware, Cutlery, (Juus, Building Materials. Bar Iron. have now on hand ihe largest stock ot I GOODS, iniheir line, ever offered in this market, j ... , i . /• ! lhanktul tor me lioerai paironage uereiuiuic extended to their house, and desiring to merit a j continuance of the same, they are determined , that their stork shall compare favorably in point j of quality, variety, and price with the more northern markets. Dealers are invited to call and examine for themselves. _ sep S HOLLOW-WARE.—Just received perSchr. Ring Dove, from Philadelphia, Pots, ; Round and Oval Owens, Skillets, Griddles, and i extra Leids, being a full assortment of all such (articles. RICHARD L. CARNE,Jr., ap 11 No. 60, King street, cor. ot Fairfax. F.ough castings.—m inor A Horton’s, j Davis’. Ac., Ac., of all sizes, constantly on j hand. RICHARD L. CARNE, Jr., ap 11 No. 60, King-street, cor. of Fairfax. rpilE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY. J manu/udurers ami dealers in GLfrFOW' 1)KR, having reduced their prices to correspond with the reduced cost of Saltpetre, continue to offer their well known brands of ELECTRIC INDIAN RIFLE asi> KENTUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in kegs and canisters. Also, Gun powder tor Blasting and Mining, comprising a ' full assortment of qualities and kinds required by the trade, guaranteed to give entire satisfac tion. . . , , The standard of their POWDER, which has ; now enjoyed the highest reputation lor more i than twenty-five years, will be found unsurpas- i sed by anv other manulacture of the kind in the world. For sale by the principal dealers, and also at theolnce of the Company, No. S(J, Wall, cor. Water street. New York A. G. HAZARD, President. A. E. Douglass, Secretary. New York, my 20—_ _ rip UK ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR—The I first ever introduced into this market; and in presenting it, it needs but an examina- j tion, to place it far ahead of all others now in use. The public are invited to call and exam ine it. at No. 15, ^STANSBCRY, my 20—tf Agent for the Manufacturer. FOR SALE OR LEASE.—a vacant LOT on the west side of Union street, opposite the : Fish Wharf, 52 feet front by about 140 feet deep, r* “ flg 1%"" "Wimiig" j k BBC. LOTTERY ADVEHTISEJIKM’IB. SPLENDID SCHEMES, To be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware, IN AUGUST, 1850. To be drawn under the Superintendence of Commis sioners appointed by the Governor. GREGORY 4k MAURY, Managers. 50,000 DOLLARS! LOTTERY for the benefit of the State of Delaware. Class 175, for 1850, to be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday. August 9 th, 1856. 78 number Lottery—15 drawn ballots. MAG NIFIC E N T S C H E ME. 1 gr'd. prize $50,000 1 prize of $5,000 1 prize of 25,000 1 do 5.000 1 do 18.000 1 do 5,000 1 do 10,000 1 do 5,000 1 do 7,089 40 prizes of 1,000 1 do 5,<100 405 do 200 Ac. Ac. Ac. Tickets $15; hlvs. 7 50; qrs. 3 75; eighths 1 87$ Certificates of packag’s 20 whole tickets $175 Ou do do 20 half do 87 50 do do 20 q uar's do 43 75 do do 20 eighth do 2187$ 37,500 DOLLARS! LOTTERY tor the benefit ol the State of Del aware. Class 181, for 1856, to be drawn at j Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, August 10/A, 1856. 78 Number Lottery—13 drawn ballots. RICH SCHEME. 1 prize of $37,500 30 prizes of $1,500 j 2 do 15,000 50 do 500 j 2 do 7,500 100 do 300 1 do 3,692 100 do 250 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets $10—halves $5—quarters $2 50. Certificates of packag's 26 whole tickets $140 UO Do do 26 half do 70 00 Do do 26 quarter do 3500 66,000 DOLLARS! LOTTERY for the benefit of the State of i Delaware, Class Q, tor 1856, drawn at Wil- j mington, Del... on Saturday, August 23d, 1856. j 75 number lottery—14 drawn ballots! BRILLIANT SCHEME! 1 gr’d. prize $66,000 100 prizes of $1,000 1 spl'd. “ 30,000 100 do 500 1 prize of 20,000 160 do 300 1 do 10,567 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets$20; hlvs. $10; qrs. $5; eighths, $2.50. Certificates of packag’s 25 wholetickets.$230 00 Do do 25 half do 115 00 Do do 25 quarter do 57 50 Do do 25 eighth do 28 75 36,500 DOLLARS! I OTTERY tor the benefit of the State of' j Delaware, (’lass 192, for 1806, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Sat in day. August 30/A, 1856. 7s number lottery—13 drawn ballots. SPLENDID SCHEME. 1 prize of $36,500 1 prize of $3,139 1 do 15,000 30 prizes of 1,500 1 do 10,000 60 do 750 1 do 5,000 190 do 220 1 do 4,000 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2.50. Certificates of Packages, v6 wle. tick's, $140 00 Do do do 26 halt do 70 00 Do do do 26 quarter do 35 00 REORDERS for Tickets and Shares and Cer tificates of Packages ir. the above Splendid Lot- j teries, will receive the most prompt attention, | and an account of each draw ing will be sent ! immediately after it is over to all w ho order ; from me. Address, P. J. BUCKEY, Agent, je 3o—irn Wilmington, Delaware. ! VLABAMA LOTTERY ! (authorized by the State of Alabama.) Southern Military Academy Lottery, Class F, new series, to be drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama, in public, on Thursday. August 13/A. 1S56, on the j Hayassa Plan. SAMCEL SWAN, Manager, j Prizes amounting to $201,000 will be distrib uted according to the following MAC XI ElCEXT SCI 1EM E: 30,000 Numbers—15,185 Prizes!! 1 Prize of.$40,000 is. .$40,000 1 do . 15.000 is. . 15,000 1 do . 7,000 is.. 7,000 1 do . 3,000 is.. 3,ou0 1 do . 2.000 is.. 2,000 1 do . 1,000 is.. 1.000 1 do . 1,000 is. . 1,000 ID do . 200 is.. 2.000 JU0 do . 100 is.. 10,000 4 prizes ot $200 ap'g- 1° 46.000 are $800 4 prizes ol 100 ap’g. to 15,000 are 400 4 prizes of 75 ap'g. to 7.000 are 300 4 prizes of 60 ap'g. to 3,000 are 240 4 prizes of 50 ap’g. to 2,000 are 200 4 prizes of 40 ap'g. to l,Oi>0are 160 4 prizes of 25 ap'g. to 1,000 are 100 40 prizes of 20 ap'g. to 200 are 800 15,000 prizes of S are 120,000 15,185 Prizes amounting to--$204,000 The $15,000 prizes of $8 are determined by the number which draws the $40,000 prize—it that number should be au odd number, then ev il 1 1 -a • »L _ C..I__ ....II an ery UUU liuiimn ucivri ill me ouicim. titled to $8 ; if an even number, then every even number ticket in the scheme will be entitled to #8, in addition to any other prize which the tick et may draw. Purchasers in buying an equal quantity of odd and even number tickets will be certain ot draw ing nearly halt the cost of the same, with chan ces of obtaining other prizes. All those tickets ending with n, 2. 1. fi. 8, are even—all those ending with 1, 3, 5, 7. 9, are odd. dr Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable in full without deduction. RTAli prizes of $1,UU'J and under, paid im mediately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. Ail communications strictly confidential. 1 he drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Whole Tickets, $lu— Halves, $5—Quarters, $2.50. Prize tickets cashed or renewed in other tick ets at at either office. Orders for tickets can be addressed to S. SWAN fc CO, Atlanta, Ga, or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala., jy 28 -dtd___ Highly improved concentrated COMPOUND F IRE and W A T E R PROOF COMPOSITION FOR ROOFING.— The great superiority of this Compound Roof ing Material, is its cheapness, durability, and security against heat anti cold. Its extraordi nary advantages against the action ot the ele ments will, by trial, satisfy the most credulous. The particular attention of those contemplating building is requested. All orders let* at the Soap and Candle Manu factory of John H. Monroe, No. 72, Union street, will be promptly attended to. je io—tf J. O. C. HOSKINS, Agent. CCOLUMBIAN GUANO.—The undersigned / having been appointed sole Agents of the Philadelphia Guano Company, at this port, have now on hand, and will be receiving during the season, a full supply of the above perma nent fertilizer direct from the Islands, which they offer to their customers at the lowest market rates. [my 10] FOWLE & CO._ NEGROES WANTED —I wish to purchase any number of NEGROES, for which I will pay liberal prices. Those wishing to sell, will do well to call on me before selling, at my old stand, at West End, Alexandria, Va. aug 18—dtf JOSEPH BRT7TN._ CJUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, a supply IN of this valuable Fertilizer, in store, and for pale b7 [sep 14] CAZENOVK * CO. Mil i r.ni awi tiiw iBD.Jir.il i. HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY! MORE PRIZES 1'H.iN BLJKKSHi 7707 PRIZES. 102,000 DOLLARS !!! Only Fifteen Thousand Numbers. JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTE RY.—By Authority ok thb State of I Georgia.—Class P. to be drawn August 15th, 1856, at Concert Hail, Macon, Georgia, under the sworn superintendence ol Col. George M. Logan and James A. Nisbet, esq. Pations will please examine this scheme carefully—compare it with any other, and if it is not the best ever offered, and the chances to 1 obtain Capitals lar better, don’t purchase tickets. CAPITAL 15.000 DOLLARS! 1 prize of... .$15,000 is.$15,000 j l “. 3,000 is. 3,01*0 1 “. 2,000 is. 2X00 4 “. 1,1)00 are. 4,000 I ii) “. 500 are. 5,000 50 “. 100 are. 5,000 20 Approximations of $50 to $15,000 Prize are.*.$1J»()0 50 do. 25 to 3,000 do. are. 1,250 50 do. 20 to 2,000 do. are. 1,000 80 do of $12} to each ol the Capitals of $l,UUO are. 1.000 7,500 prizes of 8$ are.63,750 7,767 “ amounting to.$102,000 Tickets $10. halves $5, quarters $2.50. Prizes payable without deduction. The 7,500 Prizes of $8} are determined by the number which draws the $15,000 Prize —it that number should be an odd number, then every odd number ticket in the Scheme will be entitled to $8.50; if an even number, then every even number ticket w’ill be entitled to $8.50. in addi tion to any other Prize which may be drawn. Purchasers in buying an equal quantity ol odd and even number tickets will be certain of drawing nearly one-half the cost of the same, with chances of obtaining other prizes. All those ticketsending with 0, 2, 4. C, 8, are even—all those ending with 1. 3, 5, 7, 9, are odd. Persons sending money by mail need not fear its being lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communications confidential. Bank Notes ol sound Banks taken at par. Those wishing particular numbers should or der immediately. Address JAMES F. WINTER, Manager, aug2—dtd Macon. Georgia. DRIGS, CHEMICALS' Ac. 1.1RESH DRUGS AND CHEMICALS — ^ Aqua Ammonia, 3$ ; Castile Soap; Whi ting:Alum; Sicily and Calabria Liquorice; Elm Bark Opiate; Tipton’s Lint; Camel’s Hair Pen cils; Nitrate Silver Crystal I ized ; Moff it’s Pills; Lee’s do.: Matico Leaves; Sage,inloz. papers, . ' • • i i.l &C.,JU!»t received anmor saie uy STONE A HART, No. 109, Kingst, Sign of the Golden Mortar. je lb VERY' superior old Champagne Brandy V ery superior old Sazerac Brandy Pruna V era superior old Port ;ne Extra good old L. P. Madeira VS me, war ranted pure and genuine, lor medicinal purposes. A lull supply in store, and for sale by DR. R. H. STABLER, No. lCr», King-st. Sign of the Golden Bottle. jy 29 DR. STABLERS AGUE AND FEVER SPECIFIC—A safe, effectual. and spteuy remedy lor the disease in all its lorms; a|eo, a successful preventive ot bilious diseases »n Ague and Fever districts. Prepared, and Ijr sale by R. H. STABLER, No. ICO,Kingst. cr Sign of the Golden Bottle. iy 25 HONEY ; Roll Brimstone ; Rattleweed Root; Daily's Pain Extractor; Old White Cas tile Soap; Mediterranean Sponge; Gouley s Bitters, just received, a»iu lor sale by JAMES ENTVVISLE. Jr., jy 19 Apothecary. No. 94. King-street. Stablers tonic antiseptic, or GENERAL REMEDY, for Diarrahna. | Cholera, Cramp or Pain in the Stomach, De ranged Stomach, Ac., prepared and for sale by K. H. STABLER, No. ICO, King-st. design of the Golden Bottle. je 2S II10 BLUE, Fly Stone. Kino, Matico Leaves, ^ Gum Ammoniac, Colchicum Root and Seeds. Ginseng, Golden Seal, Prussian Potash, Ergot. Nux Vomica, Poppy Heads. Ac., received, anil for sale by FOUNTAIN A ( O., je ]2 No. 52, King-street. I1RESI1 CONGRESS WATER.—A lurther ^ supply just received direct from the pro prietors ol Congress Springs. HENRY COOK A CO., jy QG Sarenta Hall. 1 BLACKBERRY CORDIAL.—This is an ex ) cellent remedy lor Diarrhoea, and one ol the most palatable medicines extant. I* or sale bv [jy3"J PEEL A STEVENS\_ I .ERASER'S COD LIVER () 1 L.—Another ^ large supply of this unexcelled Oil, just re ceived and for saie by the single bottle or dozen, i [jy 15] STONE A HART, King-street. Spirits turpentine and linseed OIL, just received, and for sale by J. R. PIERPOINT, No. 172, je 27 S. E. cor. of King and Wash sts. PI KK LI AoJi.r.1^ wiL. jusi receiveu a;.u iur sale, in quantities to suit purchasers, by jy 30 PEEL A STEVENS,39 King st. LARD OIL, a prime article, just received and for sale by PEEL A SI R\ ENS, jy 30 39, King-street FANCY ARTICLE!, *c, _ I)ALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS.— ) A superior article for curing eruptions of the Skin, eradicating Tan and Fieckles. for Shav ing, Ac. It is also a superior dentifrice, just re ceived, and for sale at II. B. WHITTINGTON A CO.’S, jy 26 No. 82, King street. Moire antique and elastic BELT INGS—A further supply, just received, and for sale by BERR\. A BLAKEMOKE. jy 33 C1AB1NET, CHAIR and SOFA MANX / FACTORY, No. 130, A'tng *trtd, Alexan dria. la.—Having lately fitted up one of the handsomest and most spacious ware-rooms in the city, for the FURNITURE BUSINESS. I re spectfully invite public attention to my large stock of Fcrmtl'HB. which 1 am constantly in creasing. Persons visiting our city will find it to their advantage to give me a call as the range of my GOODS in respect to quality and price, is such as to cover the wants and views of all.— My stock comprises Mahogany Sofas, Rocking. Cane and Wood seat Sitting Chairs, Side boards. Dressing Bureaus, (marble top and plain;) marble top and plain Wash Stands, marble top Sofa,Card, Book and fancy iablcs. Cottage Set. Bedsteads, of all patterns; such as high, Field ing, French, low-post, and Trundle Bedsteads, several patterns of Cottage Bedsteads, Hat racks, Wardrobes, Looking Glasses, and a large numberof other articlesembracedinthebusiness. gr Beds, Bolsters, Pillows, Mattresses, Ac., constantly on hand. oct 2—tf JAMES H. DEVAUGHN_ COLUMBIAN GUANO.—We have in store. / a full supply of this valuable fertilizer, im ported per Brig "Mary Elizabeth ’ from Monks Island, by the Philadelphia Guano Company, and containing as per Inspectors Certificate (in our possession) 87.21 per ct. Bone Phosphate ot Lime. NEVETT A SNOWDEN, my 15 Long W harf opposite Pioneer Mills. LACE AND MUSLIN CURTAINS.—Just received, a superior assortment ot LACE and MUSLIN CUKTAINS. which will be Hold cheap at J. P. CLAKKES Curtain Store, No. J5S, King-itreet. aP _mstKLLASKOlg READim_ STEADINESS AT SEA. ^ 0 fiQd the fellow ing in the northern pa pers: “Everybody knows how the mariner’s compass is hung on two crossed axis, so that ! it stands level, whatever may be the inelina | tion or the plunges of the vessel. A Yankee ! has recently applied the same principle, to , some extent, to berths for passengers to avoid | sea-sickuess; and one or more of our ocean steamers are said to have a number of their | berths so arranged. The Astronomer Koyal of Scotland is recently announced as having invented a still grander and far more insur ant application of the same principle—the free axis of rotation; the design being to 1 carry delicate astronomical instruments, and i the observer with thorn, as steadily as on j land, so that a ship’s place can be ascertained by observation with considerably more ac , curacy than with the small instruments now : held in the baud.” The late Dr. Wilson, senior fellow of Trin ity College, Dublin, though a very grave man himself, was very tond of quizziug and puz zling the couutry people who came to eu i quire after their friends and relations iu the college. One day, seeing a man standing in ' the court with a letter in his hand, gaping and starring about, and not knowing where to go, he walked gruvely up to him and inquired what he wanted. The man an swered : “Sir, can you tell me whero I may find Mr. Dalahunts?" “Yes,” said the Doctor; “do you see that building before you?” “Yes." “Then crucify the quadrangle, and take the diameter of the plot beyonu it; enter the opening before you, ascend the ligneous grades, then turn to your left, and you will find him either peripatouning in his cubu cile, dormitatiug iu his lectuary, or peresco* pounting through bis fenestra." The poor man who understood nothing of this, and remembered not one word but the last, said, “And pray, sir, wbat is the leu j estra.” To which the Doctor replied, “it is an orifice in an edifice to admit lumiuous par ticles.” “Ah, thank you” said tho poor fellow, and he walked oil more perplexed than be fore. _ The fete iu honor of the return of the Freuch army of the East is to be combined with the St. Napoleon, and take placo on August 15; but it is to be of a paiticularly military character, especially dedicated to the victorious troops who are returning home, and to their general-in-chief. The City of Paris proposes to give a banquet of 50,000 covers iu the Palais de Plinlustrie ou this occasion. _ In Cumberland, Md., two children of Got !'.eb ibud, i native ot Germany, were pois oned by having an over-doso of vermituge administered to them. They were saved by tbu timely application ot a powerful emetic. ggj VALUABLE HOUSE ano LOT FOR SALE.—The size ot my launly being re duced, tin-11 g 1 shall have an abundance of room m the house situated on the corner of King ami Columbus streets, for all busme«s pur poses. 1 have concluded to sell that large arid commodious four story BR1UK HUl fc>E, on King street, now occupied by me. 'ibis house is upwards ol KJU leet long, and 2d feet front.— The walls are ol ibe most substantial kind, and the roof covered with the best Welsh slate.— The Iront is a handsome dwelling to the fourth story, which is open the whole extent ol the building. Besides the dwelling, there are in tne second and third stones open rooms upwards ol 70 feet long, and a laige room on the lower door, besides the dwelling, kitchen, &c. The EOT adjoining is about 32 feet wide, and the whole length of the building. Terms liberal. jy2.*_tf CHARLES KOONKS. ftf* WOODY AR1>-LOT am. WAREHOUSE ajj j FOR RENT OR SALE—That quarter square of ground lying at the Northeast corner ol W ilkes and Allied streets (except the right of way across the same by the Orange Railioad Company) is ollered lor rent or sale. J bis lot has upon it a single story BRK’K Bl II.DINu, 70 leet long, and a switch and railway track laid through its whole length, and is more com modious and convenient lor the wood trade than any other lot iu the city. Possession will be given ou the 1st April. Jr* The large slate covered WARF.HOUSK on Wclfe street, is also for rent or sale ; or, the two quarter squares, extending Irom Wolfe to Wilkes streets, w ill be sold together, if desired. This property is very well situated lor manufacturing purposes. Apply to CHAS. .1. STOVIN.Catlett’s P. O., Fauquier, or JAM Li H. REID, Alexandria. mh 25—eotf MFOK RENT.—A large BRICK WARE HOUSE, on the Whart, for the last live years occupied by P. H. Hoorf. Also, a WAREHOUSE with theWharl in front, and a large yard in the rear, for many years u*ed as a Lumber Yard. Also, a good three story DWELLING HOUSE. on Prince street, between Water and Fairfax. Also, a BRICK WARKHOl SE, corner ot King and Payne streets, witu a num ber ot LOTS, on Cnion street, suitable lor Wood and Plaster lots. For terms, apply to iy 16—tf JAMES GREEN A SONS Jbnk FOR SALE OR RENT.—The under signed are authorized to sell, or rent lor a term ol "years, the following property belonging to Mrs. Harriet V. Ladde. The large BRICK HOUSE, on Water street, between l^ueen and Princess streets, recently occupied as a Hotel hy Mr. White, together with two lots adjoining said House, each trontmg about ‘10 leet on W ater street, upon one ol which there is now a I en Pm Alley. The House and lots w ill be di*po<-ed of either together or separately. Term* easy. jan 11)—euti MONROE At FUNSTEN. a AT PRIVATE SALE.—The splendid new BRICK MANSION and LOT, at the corner of Washington and Franklin streets, Alexandria, late the residence of Reuben Rob erts, deed. Also, a 1RAC1 OF LAND, (a part of Woodlawn Farm.) containing 1H5 Jrrrs, adjoining Chalkley Gillingham and others, ol excellent quality lor farming and grazing pur poses. Any person uishing to purchase, can procure any lur.her information by calling on Hannah Roberts. Executrix, or on the subscri ber, either by person or letter, living at ( edar Grove. JON'Al HAN HOLER IS, Agent, ap 4—#>otf Accotink P. O., Fairfax Co., \ a. MF'OR RENT OR LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS.—The ST FI AM PLASTER MILL, situated on Union street, adjoining the Ship-yard of Messrs. R. W. Hunter A Son. The Mill is now in complete order, and most conve niently situated tor conducting that business; being on the River, and having the Railroad mi media’ely in front. For further information I apply to j. M. JAMMESSON, Washington, D. C., or D. R BLACK LOCK, Alexandria. Va. jy 24—2aw3v NOTICE to Farmers wanting BAILS to send grain to market, we w ill lurnisb them at a charge ot one cent per bushel for all grain consigned to us lor sale, and the Bags must be returned witbin one week from tne time they get them. |jykvj KINCHELOEfc BRULN,