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-\(">r"rvn-FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22. 1S5kT~_~__ ~_ ~ NO. 200.
Alc tsu's. tiatette 4 Vlrglnl* Advertiser* PUBLISHED DAILY BY KDOAR ISOWDEJI. At Eight Dollar* par annum, payabU half yawlj. AUub*». QBSttteAVIrglBlB Advertiser. (FOR TH* country) W PUBLISHED, BBUULABtY, OS TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS, At Five Dollar* per aunum, payable iu advance. Team or Adpkbtui*#.—Advertisement* not »*«*j““* ou« square, lurried throe time* for one doUar Ad e^ tiseiaeutB ooutiuWed alter three W canton wuare roa X4CH WHttTlOS IN*n>«* or -5 «•“*• wlTs,,Dr Sixteen line* are counted ss a *inar^ AdverliseUl-utH by the year. at P"«» «•HEX*S5 having retereuee to the usual amount of space they m y p„~.n?>.dwtMng by th. T«r »■* to ..l.^ttw etWe not mdu.hfd 111 tti.it r«gul" “"' U|h'“^lVI u tk.ir *l».rtlwtB.a«i‘ «' 0,,1'r naui.^th.o tb.1 lotiiw ...a mm* Noti. i'. .Itwiimt »»• »»*•• wt'l be charged Rt a* advertisement*. ALEXANDRIA CAZETTK JOB PRINTING orriOB. HAVING JlTST ADDED LARGELY 10 01 R ahsok'daent or j- oB TYPE? OTte.br.-tog STSFT VAF-IEVT, »' “[* *>'v|“,r'J tt. execute or.ler* tor the lollowiug. euh NEATNESS AND DESPATCH. P4MPI1LFTS BII.L IIKAD>, SuS'id ’ SCHOOL KKPORTA Sg““* IS^^RDS* K52nv«sieTiiw ssshs* Executed ujx.ii h* reasonable ** j C?]*:3E 5CTTTH C? THE P3T01CA3. j |y Office, So. 70 Enact Street, between Fairfax and R'»j‘ii Streets. my 17—tf ORANGK and ALKXANDRIA RAIL ROAD. GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LISE Twice daily, (Sundays excepted.) between W ash* ington Oily and the South, via Alexandria, Oordonsville ami Richmond. Danville, and j Greensboro’, C\ Leave W.othiugton at b oYlock, A. M. Leave Alexandria at 7 o'clock. A. M. Leave Washington at 7 o’clock, P. Leave Alexandria at H o'clock, i‘. M. Fare from Washington and Alexandria to Richmond. $*"> bo. „ j gro.MNI BUSSES and BA00 AGK WA(. ONS will be at the depot of the Washington j Railroad, to convey Passengers and Baggage to the Steamboat GKORGK FAGK, for Alexan- j dna, a distance of six miles, allowing ample tune for Meals. H W. VAXPEGKIt L j. 4_tl General Superintendent. MANASSAS OAF RAIL ROAD. Starting and arrival ol rassenger trams Leave Alexandria at 7.05 o'clock, A. M. Arrive at Stra&burg at IV.IV o clock. P. M. Leave Strasburg at V.30o clock, A. M. Arrive at Alexandria, at V.VUo clock, P. M. No Sunday train. * JOHN McD. GOLDSBOROUGH, jv IS_tt CtMf Engineer. MM FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. 1866 ADAME' EXPRESS COMPANY INVITE the attention ol the public to the facilities afforded by this Company, for tbe quick and safe conveyance of Specie, Bank I Note#, valuable package#, heavy and bulky freight, Xc. _ . . EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford.Ac., leave our office daily, at 11.30,A. M. EXPRESSES for tbe South, to Richmond, Fredericksburg. PeScrsbuig. Lynchburg, and lor point# in North Carolina. South Carolina, Geor gia, Alabama, and Tennessee, leave daily at M 30, A M. . . Our EXPRESSES are always accompanied by earefal and trustworthy messengers, and the public can rely upon all business entrusted to ns being done with safety, punctuality and des patch. ^sep VD-tt} R- W* TALLS, Agent. despatch Kink ok packets, jy Brtus.H AVir York, JUtxandtia. Va■> Gror^etmcn and If ashiHgtoa, D. O. The following VESSELS will compose the line—their number to be increased as necessary. They will sail promptly from New York, on Wednesday ot each week, and every accommo , datiou will be extended to shippers. Schooner Moonlu.ii r. < upturn Knapp. “ Mary Emma. Capt. Homans*. 41 John Kok. ('apt. Hammond. New Schooner-. ( apt -• Application to be made to the Agents. NRVETT X SNOWDEN, Duke street Wharf. Alex'a. and to MA1LLKR, I.ORPX QUKRKAU, aug S— tl No H)8. Wall street, New York. WASHINGTON AND ALEX jjfjg^^ANDRlA BOAT.—The steamer GEORGE 1%'JISHISGTOS will leave her old Wharf, Queen street — Leave Alexandria, at 7f, 11. 1$, 3$. and 5$. Leave Washington, at s, ID. IV, V.$, 4$, and riO—4ftf JOB CORSON. Captain. ltlmul'd CL'UDCI' — ami alter Monday, 30th iost, the Steamer GEOAGE PJiiE will run as follows: Leave Alexandria, at 4$, 6, 10. 12, 2$, 4$ and o'clock. Leave Washington, at 6, 9, 11. 1 $, 3J, f»$ and 7 o clock. ELLIS L PRICK, Captain, je JO "41 THE POTOMAC RIVER i^BaKSTEAM BOAT COMPANY hav ing thoroughly overhauled and repaired the J'UVE C. PRICE, and having procured anew boiler, and made other improvements, will place her on her rvute, ou lucsday, April S. She will leave Washington, at h o clock, and Alex andria at 7 o'clock, A. M., on I uesdays and Fridays. mh <:*.*— tl BALTIMORE AND ALEXAN £££uq£i>ria steam packet line. The Steamer COLUMBIJX*V*'Al* Harper, hav ing been greatly improved by additions and re paiia. will resume her trips to and from Balti more, leaving Baltimore every Saturday after noon at 4 o'clock, and Alexandria at 7 o clock Wednesday mornings, touching tor passengers at her usual laudiugs ou the Potomac. I* reight lor the landings must be paid here. lyl WHEAT & BRO, Agents. C1ABINET, CHAIR anp SOFA MANF ) FACTORY, No. 130, Amg sheet, Jlexan dh«. Pa.—Having lately fitted up one of the handsomest and most spacious ware-rooms in die city, tor the FURNITURE BUSINESS. I re spectfully invite public attention to my large stock of FraMTVkK, which l am constantly in i' reasing. Persons visiting our city will find it to their adv antage to give me a call as the range o! icy GOODS in respect to quality and price, is such as to cover the wants and views of all.— Mv stock comprises Mahogany Sofas, Rocking. * me and Wood seat Sitting Chairs, Side boards, Dressing Bureaus, (marble top and plain;) marble top and plain Wash Stainb, marble top Sota,Card, Book and fancy Tables, Cottage Set. Bedsteads, of all patterns, such as high, Field mg. French, low-post, ami Trundle Bedsteads, **vera! patterns of Cottage Bedsteads, Hat racks, Wardrobes, Looking Glasses, and alarge number of other articles embraced in the business. rt" Beds. Bolsters, Pillows, Mattresses, Ac., constantly on hand. oct2_^ JAMES H PEVAFGHN. CKOTTs CELEBRATED REFRIGERA O TORS, for sale by E GRIMES, )• 4—U No. 14, Fairfox^reat. Bt'SIXKSS CARDS. August h. fuchsel, gold and SILVERSMITH. respectfully informs the citizens of 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 ol Gold and Silver WATCHES, fine 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, T ea. 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 cf business. He invites attention to his stocL of Door. Pew, and Numbering Platts, which are plated with the best Silver, and w hich he is prepared to engrave in the finest style of i the art, and upon the most accommodating terms. | BF* WATCHES and JEWELRY carefully I repaired, and all kinds of ENGRAVING exe i cuted w ith neatness and despatch. Herespect I fully solicits a call at his store. No. bb, King street, recently occupied by W. D. Massey, esq. hoy 14—iy _ Alexandria book bindery and BLINK BOOK MANIFJCTORY, No \ South Fairfax street, Alexandria.— 1 he pro > pnetor of the above establishment, most respect i fully informs the public, that he has spared I uo 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, &c , strongly bound in the neatest style. BLANK BOOKS, made and ruled to Older upon the shortest notice. Work from the Country and trade im mediately' attended to, and careluily packed without any additional charge. tVb 13—<jiy GEORGE SIGGERS. J. D. C0113K. Ki>WARD SNOWMEN. W.D.VOKSK. tIORSE, SNOWDEN, Ac CORSE, Exchange } Bankers, No. I, Exchange Block, are prepared todeal in EXCHANGE PROMISSORY NOTES, TIME BILLS. CERTIFICATES OF DEPO SIT, LETTERS OF CREDIT, BANK NOTES, and COIN, and to deal generally in STOCKS and other PUBLIC SECURITIES. CTVOL LKCTIONS will be made in this city, and all parts ol the United States, and the proceeds promptly remitted to any designated point. REAL ESTATE bought and sold on Com mission. All business entrusted to our ( ate will receive prompt attention. jan lb l y ISAAC KMTW1SLK. WM- S- MIHIHII. IT NT WISLE Ac MOORE, U nion Street. Alex* andria. Machinists and Black Smiths, are nrt>iui rnil to do all work in their line, at reasonable I ■ prices, ami with despati h. Having made arrangements with Messrs Smitn fit Perkins, tor the use of their extensive assort nientot Mill-Clearing Patterns*th**y are prepaied to fill all orders for Mill-Gearing, and V\ oi k con nected therewith, promptly, and at the lowest rates. List of patterns forwarded, w uen requested, by mail. oct2<>—illy C J WI8K L K. UUEKNK J11NE GROUND PLASTER, 2240 points ^ to thk Ton, constantly ground and tor sale by WISE Ac GREENE, at the Franklin Steam Mills, Alexandria. Va. Calunko Plas tck always on hand. Recounting Room, Union street, No. — 2nd story over D. S. Gwin's Commission Store, my o—dly CUTUMKKT POWKLL. w* LEVIN POWKLL. (Lai*.. rOWELL K CO, GENERAL GROCERS ir COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ukalkhs iN WINKS, TEAS, LIQUORS. SF.GARS. Am.,! turner Kin* and Union streets, Alexandria. I a. g^* Strict personal attention given to the sale of all kinds of Country Promts:. All orders filled with despatch. my H*—t! JAMES A. MrPHKRSON. AURIC l I/RU RAL MACHINE SHOP, corner of Cim tnerre and Payette streets, Alexandria, l irginia, manufactures and has tor sale the celebrated New York THRESHERS am. CLEANERS, which are warranted to thresh ami clean in a marketable manner, one bushel oi wheat per minute. REAPERS and MOWERS tor sale Particular attention paid to repairing all kinds of Agricultural Machinery. my lb—tf JAMES A. McPHERSON. Alexandria steam saw and PLANING MILLS— We have constant-j ly on hand a large supply ot WHITE AND YELLOW PINE AND OAK TIMBER, which we will saw to order on Tne most reasonable terms. Builders will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. SMITH Ac WATTLES, corner Union allir 7_|f and Gibbon streets. ( C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa j # Manufacturer, cornel ot King and Altred streets, Alexandria, Va., has constantly on hand, and otters to the public, an excellent assortment of Cahinkt Wark. Sofas, and ( hairs, ot every variety, and on the lowest terms, \v hich, lor dura bility and finish,cannot be surpassed, mh 4—ly ’■> C. MAJOR, APOl II EC ARY Southeast I'v C _ _i ''trout c L I IV it/rrrrj uj .. i constantly on hand a well selected stock ot DRI GS ami CHEMICALS, which lie will sell on accommodating terms. STPh) sicians- Prescriptions accurately com pounded. nov 1* ly SH. WILLIAMS, Surgeon Peiitist. Office # on west side ot Washington between King and Cameron streets, Alexandria, \ a. 1 atients from the Country will please give him a tew days notice, by mail, ot their intention to call on him. nov 11 _ JOHN H. PARROTT, dealer in PIANOS, MELODEOSS. ami Mi >ICAL ISSTKl - NESTS generally, and MUSIC for same , also Books, Stationery and Fancy Goods. So. 1m», King street, Alexandria, fa. Ian 1 H fllHOMAS T. HILL—A TT OR S E Y AT I LAW. Alexandria. Va.. will practice in i all the Courts of this city, Fauquier and ( ul* peper Counties H** will also act as agent tor the sale and purchase ot Rea* F.state. jy ^—e°tt Green, suttlr a co p RODCCK (oMMIS* stox Merchants, and Grocers. Alexandria, Va. AH orders will receive prompt attention, leb IS—tf WASHINGTON At CO., Wholesale and Re tail Grocers,Commission and Forw arding | Merchants, No. 11,north Union st., Alexandria sep 1—tf PH. HOOFF, Flour, Grain, and Grocery # Merchant, Green's Wharf, opposite the ! Locomotive and Car works of Messrs. Smith At i Perkins, Alexandria, Va. aP 1 wt! DR R. H.STABLER. Analytic-Chemist.will Analyze .Soils, Guano, Mineral Waters. ! Ores, Arc., Offi'* NV *65* Ki*S streft' tco™r °f Washington. Alrrantiria. Va. _or» 3—41? JP CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings, . Shades, and Fixtures. Curtain Hangings, and Venitiau Blinds, King street, Alexandria, \ a. jy 14—dtf _ DHUMK k CO.. Grocers. Commission # and Forwarding Merchants, King street, Alexandria, Va. __ ort \ _ T) H. HUNTON. Grocer and General Com |V# mission Merchant, Union st. and Pain gerMd’s Wharf __iv 7—tf Marshall k warp, grucf.rs. COMMISSION AND FOR HARDING CHANTS, No. It, Km® St. aug 25 | BUSINESS CARDS._ New lumber yard, on Union Street, North. behreen foot of Cameron and Queen sit., on the Wharf. w here I am prepared to furnish every description of LUMBER, SHINGLES, 1 LATHS, PALINGS, WOOD. &c.. usually kept in a Lumber Yard. Also. Lime and Plaster, Cement, Nails, &c., which 1 offer low, and on accommodating terms. jy 31—|f U. w. BARKER. _ ISAAC PAUL. COMMISSION MERCHANT. lor the sale of Wheat, Flour, Corn, and 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. GP*Corner Union and Prince streets, on the Railroad. Alexandria, Va. jy 22—ly PH. HOOFF, Alexandria Va., FLOUR. # GRAIN $ GROCERY MERCHANT, 1 has removed to No. Os South of Prince, and on Union street. Particular attention will be given to all consignments of Produce. Plaster. Salt, and Groceries furnished at current rates. jy ____. TIIOMAS S. JAMIESON, MACHINIST and IRON FOUNDER, nr Corner of Royal and Wilkf. streets,«/HJ IS PREPARED to execute orders for STA TIONARY STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, Mill Gearing, Shaping, Pulleys and Hangers. Pumps, Fans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing. Columns and Girders. Gas or Water Pipe, and MACH1NEK\ of every description. Superior CASTINGS made to order at short notice, and on reasonable terms. On hand, several STEAM ENGINE*', eight horse power, and eight or ten LA I H ES, to which the attention of those in want is re quested. mh 26—ly E B Addison. D. Howard. VPI)ISON Ac HOWARD, GENERALCOM MISSION AND FOR WARDING MER ('HANTS, and dealers in AGRHTLIl RAL IMPLEMENTS. SEEDS, and FERTILIZERS, at Addison Ac Meade s old stand, Union street Alexandria. ^ a. Goods consigned to their care will be forward ed with despatch. aU» 117 ATCHF.S! W A T C H E S!!—J. C. Yf CLARK, practical Hutch Maker, sign ol the Gold Watch, Mb north tide of King street, nearly opposite the Marshall Ihasie. Alejandria, t it gnua. has jusPreceived Pom M. Tobias, ot lam don. and Joseph Johnson, Liverpool, a splen did assortment ol G O L D am* S 1 L \ K K WATCHES, to which the attention of Gentle men and Ladies is solicited—leeling conscious that he w ill be able to suit the taste of all, both as it regards quality and price. Also, received, GOLD and SILVER SPECTACLES of assor i ted quality, to suit all ages. All articles sold from his establishment will be warranted to give inn sausiacuou. I iiov 3 SOUTHERN -MANUFACTURES! FA1RV1RW COTTON WOKKS, l NKAK TUB CANAL BASIN, ALK\AN1>KI A, ' A. FITZPATRICK & BURNS, Proprietors anil Manufacturers of ‘COTTON YARNS, SAIL TV) INK, t'AKl'KT CHAIN, COKBAUK, WRAPPING TW’IN-E, COTTON BATS. A good assortment ol these articles who on hand and ready tor delivery, to which we call the attention ot merchants and dealers in these COOPS, which we are selling at Northern prices, sep 7—eotf F. At B. CTl’EPHEN SHINN Ac SON, C rocers, Com mission and Forwarding Merchants, dan nev's Wharl. Liberal advances made on Con signments, and particular attention given to the sale of Country Produce. Agents tor Regular Lines New ^ ork and Phil adelphia Packets. All goinls entrusted to their care will be forwarded with promptness and des patch, and at lowest rates. mh IS—1 y Architecture.—The undersigned will continue to furnish designs and plans ot Churches, Storks. City Houses, \ illas, Mo.n i mknts. and other structures with lull working drawings. Specifications and superintendence of the same. Address box W94, Alexandria Post Office. CHARLES H ASK INS, Architect. Office in Daingerfield s Building. King street, feb 1— dtf W . T. POWELL, Engineer, Ih'auyhtsviun ana (’minty Surveyor, AI.KXANDKIA. VIltGIMA. OFFERS his services to the citizens of Alex andria and the neighboring counties, for Surveying and Mapping Real Estate. Office on Royal sTreet. over P. L. Smith s Law otfii'e. K W. KlM’HKLOK. blUNKY BKtlS. I r INCH E LOE Ac BRUIN, CROC E R S utl,i COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 2f>. King street. Alkxandria, Virginia. Farmers may rely upon having then personal attention to all produce entrusted to them. jy ^ !! T. A. HRKW’IS, ) A I’ART) ) ANTHONY LAWSON M«m.. \ A ( AKIX l LoganC.H. Til A. BREW1S Ac CO., w holesale andkk I m tail (JROCERS. PRODUCE', and GEN’ KRAI COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Came ron st., opposite the Market House. aug 23—ly _ -a * EVENRFKCi. BROS. At CO., vvholksa and retail dealers in b OR kid A and DOMESTIC DRY FANCY and MILLINE RY GOODS, Sakkpta Hall, King street, No. S.r>. Alexandria. Va. All orders from the coun try will be promptly attended to. ang97-tf IIT ILHAM M. SMITH, (Late of the firm of >\ Kinrheloe 6c Co .) wholesale and retail dealer in d ROC FRIES, LIQ l ORS. iy*'. No. 8, Prince street dock. Alexandria, \ a. All kinds of Country Produce entrusted to his care , promptly attended to. S**P 12—tt (^1 FORGE W. HARRISON, cm net of Union and tavern stents, dealer in (>R0(. FRIES i LIQUORS,and PROVISIONS generally. All orders from the country promptly at tended to, and produce takeu in exchange, feb 28—tt XTEW PAINT SHOP — W’ J. HIGDON has removed his PAINT SHOP over Hill K Webster’s Carjienter s Shop, mi Prince street, next to the Farmers' Bank, where all orders will De faithfully attended to. dec 7 T 8 SRINKEK. H. D- WRIOUT. 8 K INKER & WRIGHT have constantly on hand FINE GROUND PLASTER, at their Steam Mill, Alexandria. Virginia. jan 23—tf UF.O. H ROBINSON. THOMAS K. PATNE. ROBINSON & PAYNE, Grocers, Commission, and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria. Va. oct S—tf 1CHARP L. (’ARNE, Jr., dealer in FOR X EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY. HOLLOW-WARE, $c., be.. No. t»i». King street, ronur of Fairfax. oct 17—tt THAS. HOWARD. ALFRED POOR HOWARD A POOR, General Commission Mercian's, Daingerfield's Whart, Alexan | dria.Va _mhH-tf James c. nevett. william snowdks TVJEVKTT A SNOWDEN, SHIPPING and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Rumney's : Wharf._ feb 19—ft FA. MARBCRY, Commission Merchant, # and wholesale dealer in Foreign and Do mestic Liounrs. Fowl**’® Wh»rf mh —tf SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME, a supply of this valuable Fertilizer, instore, and for «,*!* bv r*ep 141_CAZFNOVF A CO WOOL, purcb»s«i by je a ROBINSON A PAYNE _DRY GOODS, Ac._ j r|10 THOSE WHO CLOTHE SERVANTS | WELL—Mads in Wkstkrn Virginia— i Where wool is cheap and good, and the maim lacturer does not hesitate to put it into his ta j brics plentifully. We have given an order, and will have in 1 store by the 5th of September next, 1.5(A) yards drab Fulled Cloth 1.500 “ grey do. do., all double width of superior quality, $1 per yard 2.500 yards of ihose extra wide, bright and thick Plaid Linseys, tor servant women 2,0<>0 yards ol that extra superior, wide twilled, white Merino Wool Flannel— certainly the best article ever produced loi Undershirts, Drawers, and Skirts. It may be mentioned at this time, that we : propose to add to the above probably the larg est and best stock ofSERV ANTS' BLANKE PS, j and all other goods in that line generally, that ! will be found in the District. Always a tine stock of all kinds ot DRV ; GOODS, for Farmers’, Planters' and House | keepers' use in all departments. I JUT* New supplies daily, throughout the en tire year. Our facilities and our Northern and East* j ern correspondents, enable us to offer all urli , cits ut prices must favorable to the consumer. t^'ONE PRICE ONLY—no dkviation. j Our most careful attention devoted to orders, which are solicited. Good articles, low prices and fair dealing. ' may be relied on in ali cases. i’ERRY & BROTHER, “Central Stores,” west building, Washington, je 18 opp. Centre Market. Cun TONS, IRISH LINENS, ike.—G. K. I WTTMER BRO. CO., have just receiv ! ed a line stock of Bleached and Brown Cottons, j Irish Linens, Bagging,Ate.; also, a line assortment ! of French Embroideries, of the Fall importa tion, with many other goods suited to the trade ; and season, to which we invite attention, i They are selling their stock of Summer Goods j at prices to suit the advanced stage ot the sea | son^__ _aug 9 SHIRTS AND COLLARS.—Just received an assortment of Gentlemen’s Dress Shirts; ! also, Byron, Bishop, and Go to I hunder Collars. 1 ROBERT HARPER, 1 aug 12 No. 106, King-street. I A FEW MORE LEFT of those very pret /m. ty and cheap LAWNS at 12} cents; also, I beautiful F ANCY CALICOES opened at BERKLEY & SHACK LETT'S, ; aug S No. 62, King-street. j f |VHE GREATEST BARGAINS in Plaid j Muslins can be had at BERKLEI if j SEjICK LE'.TTS. only 12} cents per yard, (’all le*lore they are all sold. aug S ! 1 > ON NETS AND RIBBONS will be sold at a 11 great saeimce, at M KV ENBERG, BRO k ('O S, | aug ft Saiepta Hall. / 1 RAIN BAGS, constantly on hand, and tor \ T sale at the lowest market prices, by aug 14 G. K. WITMKR BRO'S & CO._ HARDWARE, CUTLERY, Ac. HOUSEKEEPING AND OTHER ARTI CLES SUITED TO THE SEASON — 'I he subscriber* would inform their triends and customers, that they still continue to deal in ar : tides suited to wants, and would now invite ! their attention to many articles on hand suited to the present and approaching season, viz: | Covered Hrittania Ice Pitchers, Ice Mallets ! Awls and Picks,Carpet Hammers, Carpet Tacks ( Patent Carpel Fasteners, lack Claws i Dusting Pans. Dust and Sweeping Brushes I Super, and common White Wash Brushes, kc. Call and examine at No. 90. King, corner of i Royal streets. r„y 1 JOHN T. CREIGHTON k CO. ENGLISH A CASTLKMAN, No. 03, Kinu-Strfkt, Ai.kx anuria. Va., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Hardware, Cutlery, Guns. Budding Mutennh, Bur iron, $#■., have now’ on hand the largest stock ol ; GOODS, in their line, ever offered in this market, j Thankful tor the liberal patronage heretofore : extended to their house, and desiring to merit a 1 continuance of the same, they are determined that their stock shall compare favorably in point of quality, varieiy, 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. Horn Philadelphia, Pots, Round and Oval Owens, Skillets, Griddles, ar l extia Leids, being a lull assortment ot all such articles. RICHARD L. CARNE,Jr., ap II No 00. King-street, cor. ot hairlax. 1)LOUGH CASTINGS.—Minor k Horton’s. Davis', kc„ &c.,’of all sizes, constantly on hand. RICHARD L. CARNE. Jr., ap 11 No. 00, King-street, cor. of Fairfax. PAINTING AND GLAZING.—The under signed respectlully inlorms the public, that 1 he has taken the shop tormerly occupied by Mr. I George Plain, dec'd , opposite the Exchange Bank, and would he happy to receive the orders of the friends of his late employer. Mr. Plain, and the public generally. Any orders with which he may he favored, lor any description ot IJOl Sh, &IIIP, or SIGA PJHSTIXG, GLMIKG, $r , will he promptly ; executed, at reasonable rates, and so as to he t I I I i I ' I > OUVIOIU1 . A call from those in the city or country wish inw anv work in his line, is politely solicited. Shop on H'u/er, l#!tvecn Prime and /hike it reels, No. 34. AUGUSTUS BUTTS, my 8—lawly | BRING SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER—J. i JN P. CIJilxKEi is now in receipt of his | SPRING SUPPLY oi Gilt, Velvet, Satin, Oak, and C ommon Wall Papers. Borders, Fire Boards, Prints and Paper Curtains 1 invite persons in want of these Goods, to call and examine them, as I have the largest Stock of Goods, in my line ever offered in this city. All ot which w ill be sold as low as they can be had here or else w here. Call at J. P. Clarke's Curtain and Paper Hang ing Store. No. lf>8. King street. ap 24 I 'll7HEAT DRILLS AND BROAD CAST W SOWERS.—1 have just received, a lot 1 Ot 8KYMOUK S WHKAT AND GfAXO DkII.LS, aild | Seymour's lime, plaster, guano, and wheat Broad j Casters; also, Pennock's Wheat and Guano ' Drills. Cooper's Guano and Lime Spreader, 1 Threshing Machines. Com Shelters,Cutting Box es, Ac., at factory prices, by D. G. MEADE, Agricultural Warehouse, jy 30 and Seed Store, Fairiax-st., Alex a. Va. AZAPPONE, Teacher ok Langtages, 0 especially of French, Spanish, and Ita i lian. will be teaching most ot bis time in Alex j andria in the coming session. I hose w ho de sire to employ him should secure in time a suit able hour. He is now teaching in several schools in town, and can be seen at this office. | my 2- lawly Yusf RECEIVED— 42 boxes Lemons G bales Almonds 3 do Filberts 30 boxes Raisins, and tor sale by C. SCHAFER. Confectioner and Fruiterer, jy No. 3, Fairfax street Lace and muslin curtains—Just received, a superior assortment ot LACE and MUSLIN CURTAINS, which will be sold cheap at J. P- CLARKE S Curtain Store, No. 1G«, King-«treer_^ _ *P 30 \Y^pUrCba“db7DAMF.«. F. HOOE LOTTERY ADVfiRTIBKHKNTS._ SPLENDID SCIIEMES, 1 To be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware IN AUGUST, 1856. To be drawn under the Superintendence of Commit sioners appointed by the Governor. GREGORY * MAURY, Managers. 66.OO0 DOLLARS! LOTTERY tor the benefit of the State o Delaware. Class Q. for 1856, drawn at Wil mington, Del., on Saturday, August 23d, 1856. 75 number lottery—14 drawn ballots! BRILLIANT SCHEME! 1 gr’d. prize $C6,U0U 100 prizes of $ 1,00c 1 spl’d. “ 30,000 10U do 5< HJ 1 prize of 20,000 160 do 3U(J 1 do 10507 Ac., Ac., Ac. ! Tickets $20; hlvs. $10; qrs. $5; eighths, $2.50. Certificates of packag’s 25 whole tickets,$230 0(1 Do do 25 half do 115 00 Do do 25 quarter do 57 5U Do do 25 eighth do 28 75 36.500 DOLLARS! 1‘ OTTERY for the benefit of the State ot j Delaware, Class 192, for 1856, to be drawn at Wil mington. Del., on Saturday, August 30/A, 1850. 78 number lottery—13 drawn ballots. SPLENDID SCHEME. 1 prize of $36,500 1 prize of $3,139 1 do 15,000 30 prizes ef l,5ou 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, 26 wle. tick’s, $140 00 Do do do 26 halt do 70 00 Do do do 26 quarter do 35 00 1 REORDERS for Tickets and Shares and Cer | tilicates of Packages in the above Splendid Lot teries, will receive the most prompt attention, | and an account of each drawing will be sent i immediately after it is over to all who order I from me. Address, P. J. BUCKET, Agent, je :in—im Wilmington, Delaware. ( ^ EORGIA LOTTERY!—(authorized by the State of Georgia.) Fort Gaines Academy , Lottery. Class 18, to be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on Thursday, August ! 2 >th, 1856, on the Havas a Plan. SAMUEL | SWAN A CO.. Managers. Prizes amounting to $201,000 will be distrib uted according to the following BRILLIANT SCHEME: 30.0(H) Numbers—15,185 Prizes!! 1 Prize of.$40,000 is. .$40,000 1 Jo .1(1,000 is. . 10,1*00 1 do .10,000 is.. 10,000 1 do . 5,01X1 is.. 5,000 1 Jo . 2.000 is.. 2,000 1 do . 1,000 is.. 1,000 I dn 1.000 is.. 1.000 ID Jo . 2DO are. 2.000 lOO do . 100 are.. 10,000 4 prizes ol $200 ap’g. to 40,000 are $800 4 prizes of 100 ap'g. to 10,1)00 are 400 4 prizes of 75 ap g. to 10.000 are 300 4 prizes of 60 ap g. to 5,000 are 240 4 prizes of 50 ap'g. to 2,000 are 200 4 prize* of 40 ap’g. to 1,000 arc 160 4 prizes of 25 ap’g. to 1,000 are 100 40 prizes of 20 ap’g. to 20U are 8(H) 15,000 prizes of bare 120,000 15.185 Prizes amounting to.$204,000 The $ 15,( H Hi prizes of $8 are deter mi ru'd by the number which draws the $40,000 prize—it j that number should be an odd number, then ev i ery odd number ticket in the Scheme will be en ! titled to $s ; if an even number, thru every even | number ticket in the scheme will be entitled to i $8. in addition to any other prize which the tick ! et may draw. Purchasers in buying an equal quantity of odd : and even number ticket* will be certain ol draw j ing nearly’ hall the cost ol the same, yvith chan ces of obtaining other prizes, j All those tickets ending yvith 0, 2, 4. 6. 8, are even—al! those ending with 1, 3, 5, 7,'.-), are odd. [Cr Remember that every prize is drawn, and ' payable in full without deduction. IdTAll prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im mediately alter the drawing—other prizes a! the i usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential. 1 he drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers : immediately alter the drawing. I Whole l’ickets. $1»»—Halves, $5—Quarters, i $2.50. Prize tickets cashed or renewed in other tick ets at at either office. (illKAT nuDUCKMKXTS TO CU BS. ' As one half of the Tickets are guaranteed to draw $8, we will sell Certificate? of Package* l ol 10 Tickets, (mid and even numbers.) at the j iollowing rates : All that the 10 Tickets draw over the amount ! guaranteed, accrues to the purchaser. 1 Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, $60 « “ 10 Hall “ 30 « “ 10 Quarter “ 15 t Address orders for Tickets, or Certificates of i Package*, either to S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, fia. or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery. Ala., aug 1 I —dt28^ FANC Y AKTIC’IiKS, 4tc. VARIKTIKS — Bird Cages, Writing Desk*. Cabas. Woik Boxes, (irace Hoops, Hand : Minors. Skirt Whalebone. Porte Monaies, Pur ses, Steel Beads, Coral Necklaces, Emories, Ti_I _ _ 1>..*T. Huir Pine Mild 1 un uui ■ »■■■•*! • t - ' Lead Pencils, with many other useful and fancy articles, received and lor sale by H. B. WHITTINGTON k CO., | aug f, 82, King 9treet 1 ELASTIC B K L T S, with black and silver clasps, Elastic Garters, Whalebones, and i ford for skirts. Gauntlets, Fancy Working Ma • terials and Fancy Goods, at RICHARDS, j aug It Moire antique and elastic belt ings—-a further supply, just received, and for sale by BERnI 6t BLAKEMOKE. jy ?3 BOLTING CLOTHS —Thesubscnter*would call the attention of millers and others, to their stock of genuine Anchor Bolting Cloths, i tbe very test article manulactured. They are also prepaied to lurnish french Burr, Cologne, • and Eusopus Mill Stones ol all sizes, at manu : lacturers prices. T. M. McCORMlC k & BRO. COLUMBIAN GUANO—The undersigned ) having been appointed sole Agent* ot the j 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 ifirert from the Itlunds, which they offer to their customers at the lowest market rates. [my 10] FOWLE & CO. t((IMPOUND FERTILIZER—I have just / received a supply ol this article, which is ] recommended highly by those who have used it. as a top dresser lor w heat in the spring, or to be j used with corn in the hill, and as a permanent improver ol the laud. Pi ice $30 lor 2.000 lbs., : put up in good strong bags. WM. BA\ NE, mb l N. W. cor. King and Water sts rilHE ARCTIC REFRIGERATOR.—The Jj first ever introduced into this market; and in presenting it, it need* but an examina tion, to place it far ahead ot all others now in use. The public are invited to call and exam ine it, at No. 15, Royal street. JOS. S. STAN8BURY, my 20—tf Agent lor ihe Manufacturer, SUMAC WANTED-Tbe highest market price will be paid in cash, lor 100 ton* Sumac, by J. E. McGRAW. Alexandria, je 19—eotf DKIUH, CIIKNll'ALS, Ac. 1TRESH DRUGS, Ace.'—Gum Arabic. Soco ' trine Aloes. Epsom Salts, Alum. Cape Al oes, E. J. Castor Oil, Roll Brimstone. Fig Blue Cream Tartar, Tartaric Acid, Lee's Super Carb. , Soda. Rio Tapioca, White Glue, Balsam Copai va. Cod Liver Oil, Turkey Opium. London Lmf, ! Flesh Brushes, Mace. German Cologne. Lowe's Brown Windsor Soap, English Pill Boxes. Ad f ams' Flesh Rubbers, Thermometers, Morphine. Arnica Root, Calabria Lujuorice. Ground Afri t can Ginger, Ground African Pepper, Carrageen. I Carraway Seed, .-Kther, Chloride Potassa, Bucliu Leaves, AlexaudrtaSenua,Cloves, Rotten Stone, i 1 E. J. Rhubarb, Assakebda, (hound Cinnamon. Cassia Buds, Garlic, English Mustard, Tannin, Citric Acid. Aniseed, prepared Charcoal, Pow dered Gum Arabic, Calcined Magnesia, Homo* pathic Cocoa, Relined Saleratus. Ate., received and for sale by H. COOK A CO., aug 19 SareptaHall. I THRESH DRUGS. Ate—Sulphateof Quinine, _ Acetate and Sulphate ot Morphia. Turkey Opium, Tannin, Bordeaux and Marseilles Sweet ■ Oil, Chloroform. Camphor. McMunn’s Elixir of Opium, Terrocyanide of Iron, Sal Tartar. Ani seed, Caraw ay Seed, Nutmegs, White Pepper, Pulv Ipecacuanha. Ground FlaXseed, Pulv. Gum j Arabic, Blue Mass, Wright's Pills, Brand ret h's j Pills, Sulphuric Ether, Ate., just received and tor i sale by J. K. PIER POINT ! aug 14 172, S.E. cor. Kingaini Wash'n-sts. DR. stabler* ague and fever SPECIFIC—A safe, effectual, and speedy j remedy tor the disease in all its forms; also, a ' I successful preventive of bilious diseases in Ag ue and Fever districts. Prepared, and for j sale by R H. STABLER, No. 10f>, King st. ; V2T Sign of the Golden Bottle. iy 2b LUBIN’S EXTRACT’S FOR THE HAND ! KERCHIEF.—A full supply just purchas 1 ed, direct from the importer, and of the most pop- 1 i ular kinds, warranted genuine, and tor sale by JAS. ENT WISLE, Jk, Apothecary, j I aug lb 94. Kiug-street riMJRNIP SEED—SECOND SUPPLY—Just j J received per Express from Land ret h, a , full supply ol Turnip Seed, of every variety. JOHN LEADBEATER, 1 Stabler s old stand, Nos. o At 7, south Fairfax-st. ' b mo 2< * , TMiESH BRUSHES, Ivory Teething Rings Wire Back Tooth Brushes, English Tooth j ! Brushes, Farina Cologne. Pink Saucers. Lily j i White, Chalk Balls, just received and for sale by ( JAS. ENT WISLE, Jit . Apothecary, aug 16 94, King street. . 1TIG BLUE, Fly Stone. Kino, Matico Leaves, I ’ Gum Ammoniac, Colchicum Root and I •Ve«ls. (iinseng, Golden Seal, Pruwsiaw Potash, j Ergot, Nux Vomica, Poppy Heads, Aic., received, j and for sale by • FOUNT AIN At CO., j je P2 No. f»2, King-street. 1 DRUGS, Ao.—Linseed Oil, Gum Opium, Oil ! of Ritter Almonds, Peail Ash,Oil Silk, just j leceived and for sale by JAS. F.NTWJSLE, Jr., Apothecary, aug I 0 94, King street. \ C^H EM1CALS.— Corrosive Sublimate, Strych* / nine, Blue Mass, Lunar Caustic, Seidlitz i Mixture, just received and lor sale by JAS. LNTWISl.E, Jk , Apothecary, aug lt’> 94, King street Blackberry cordial—This »s an ex Cf llent remedy lor Diarrhu»a, and one ol j the most palatable medicines extant. For sale i by Ljy •*"] PEEL A STEVENS. BOILED LINSEED OIL, just receiver! and for sale by J. R PIERPOINT, | aug 14 172. S. E. cor King and Wash'n-sts. 1ARD Oil., a prime article, just received j and for sale by PEEL A STEVENS, j jy 3U *19. King street A GTE. CHILL. FEVER. Ac —DR SHAL ; j\ LEN BERGER’S ANTIDOTE TO MA 1 LA HI A, is a speedy, safe and radical cure lor Fever and Ague. Chill Fever, Intern.ittent or Bilious Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, and all other lorms ol disease having a Malarious ori , gin. It is a remedy based on entirely new prin i ciples. effecting a cure by neutralizing the mala rious poison in the system, without any of the unpleasant and injurious consequences which ' follow the use ol Arsenic. Quinine and other agents in general use. It never tails to cure the most obstinate case when taken as directed. It cures immediately ; j ' rarely will the patient have more than one at- j tack after the first dose—often not even that 1 It is an effectual preventive, neutralizing the | malarious poison in the system, thus averting the consequences. It contains nothing in the least degree injuri- j ous to tlie system under any circumstances, and i may be administered with perfect satety to the most delicate infant. For certificates and furth er particulars, see pamphlets, to be hail ot the | Agents. Wholesale and retail Agents, JOHN LEADBEATER and HENRY COOK A CO, Alexandria, Va. my 20—.*<m Highly improved concentra i v.i> COMPOUND FIRE am. WATER PROOF COMPOSITION FOR ROOFING — The great siijieilority ot this Compound Hoof j ing Material, is its cheapness, durability, and security against heat ami cold Its extraordi j nary advantages against the action of the rle ; merits will, by trial, satisfy the most credulous. I ri > • - ' I _ a *1 ..4 I ^ • L. .. I IMP pariirmai Iiuniuuii UI musr Lumriiijiiaun^ : building is requested. j All orders left at the Soap and Candle Manu factory ol John II. Monroe, No. 72. Union street. ; will be promptly attended to. je i»;—tf J. (). C. HOSKINS, Agent. I OT1LL GREATER INDUCEMENTS at the ^ new Paper Hanging Store. Ab. 14t* A'oig ! ttrtfl} two door* above iiturge While s jiurtton ! Stare, where may be seen the largest stock ol PAPER HANGINGS, ol foreign and domestic ! manufactures, ever in store in tins city, and j which 1 respectfully offer to the citizens ol ! Alexandria, at the lowest possible prices. Per i sons from the country in search of bargains | will find it to their interest to give me a call be j fore purchasing elsewhere, since the goods hav ing been bought to great advantage myself, I ©an afford purchasers the same inducements, myt—tt JEFFERSON TACKY CfASH IS BETTER THAN CREDIT—R f W. ROBINSON, will from this date make a deduction ol live per cent, on all bills made with him, believing that tins arrangement will suit his customers better than allowing them To stand until the end ol the year, as by it they make the 5 per cent. His wish is to curtail the credit system, which must be accomplished — ! He has apjKiinted Mr. James C. Goods to collect ] all accounts due bun to July 1, 1 Sod. aug -r*—tt _ | OTICK to Farmers wanting BAGS to send giain to market, we will furnish them at a cbaige ol one cent j*»r bushel for all grain * consigned to us lor sale, and the Bags must | be returned within one week from the time they ; get them. [jy29j KINCHF.LOKIt BRUIN C1APON SPRINGS— Masashah Gap R. R /. OrFICt. July I. 1S-V>.—Route—Orange and : Alexandria Railroad at 7 A. M., to Manassas | Junction— Manassas train to Strasburg-Kemp s i line of stage* !oCa|»on—arriving at the Springs by 5 o clock in the afternoon jy ^ Negroes wanted.—i wa to purchase any number of NEGROES, tor 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. |kL,\tf JOSEPH HRTTIN AFRICAN GUANO, just received and for tale by £*p IbJ FOVV EE it CO. msCKLLAXEOrs RKAIHStt. DERIVATION of the WORD “VA>1I. There can be but little doubt, that the word cash is derived from the Italia • <is.xi, tlie j chest in which the Italian merchants kt• t their money, as they do at the present tim**; the Spaniards in their cnja, and the IV*r: guese in their caxa, and the French in their cause. The application of the word cash t<* m n ey is altogether English, it nut havic.^ n corresponding term in any other Kurop« an language. i Cash having been so inconsiderably ad | 1 ted instead of ra.tsa (chest,) entries in the cash book, (it should be chest book) an* made in English counting-houses in this unmean > ing way: “Cash Dr." and “(’ash Or." when* as the chest, and not the money, is Dr. t. i what is put into it; and Cr. for what is taken out. Great mischief has too often arisen, as is well known in bankrupt courts, from the misuse of the word cash, in which large de ficiencies often appear and which would n t be the case if the word chest were used a.- u ought to be. Instead of the cash account m the ledger, it should be chest account, but we have yet much to learn in England re garding mercantilebook-keeping.— .W» <n:J Queries. POPULAR AMUSEMENT. The Westminster Review has a very able and interesting article on popular anune meots. The writer say*: “We have law- in numerable for making and keeping m»*u grave; is it possible to devise others which, if they do not make them merry, may at least elevate and retino them when disposed of their own accord to be so? Are govern ments and statute books, in short, to be a! ways a terror to evil doors, but never able or allowed to render the life of labor more »*n durable, or the life of leisure more dignified." vThe following lines by Prof. A. D. li re show' the frequent result of*youthful poetic a pirations: — Mine’s not the luck to win the muse, And use her favors when 1 please, And call upon her when I choose, Here to enjoy a perfect ease. But seldom to her bower I come, And brief’s the moment of my stay; She soon of me grows wearisome, And quickly Hies full far away. E’en then, with rhymes I’ve made I’m smit ten, And read them o’er with earnest care, i i _• _ a.1 a. t .Ai_____:a.a t/ iiugmg tu»i urnci uc vi will- v« i iii'-ii, I smile to think how line they are. Then full of hope’s bright cheering ray, A poet great 1 feel 1 am; But stop! 1 hear the printer say, “Tbatstulf of your’s ain’t worth a clam A bevy of little children were telling their father what they got at school. The el»h*>t got grammar, geography, arithmetic. Ac. The next got reading, spelling, and defini tions. “And what do you get, mv little soldier? ” said the father to a rosy cheeked little fellow, who was, at that moment, slilv driving a tenpenny oail into the door panm l. “Me?—oh, 1 gets read in’, spellin’, and spank ins’." E. Baker, Charles Coulter and d"hn (V tello, said to belong to the “sporting Iriiter nity, were arrested at Chicago, last «-• k. charged as vagrants under a clause of the city ordinance which declares that ‘ any p»-r hum who shall lead an idle, immoral ami profligate course of life, shall he d cmed a vagrant,” Ac. They were lined >l»each. on the payment of which they were released Ua Chills «n«t Fever.—A letter fi >1110 1* I Jauii-K i»fcj.—British Oossi latk. N o ii i.. '4. f. • I IS.*,.—My l**.ir Sir:- Voti t**ll in** not t‘> imw any t.-r 1.1 liy in regard to tin* effi«*»ry of the ri-rmnly ol I’jm bail m I.M4X I Jo 10 willingly. I not only do *0 vi 1II1 • 1 -1>. • t gladly. t**r I think it may held Rn-.it s**i\ite to tb* | u . to hav** it r* in-ially known. I have had uo attack of fever inyudf fir *.-v. t »l y. n l<ut I bov recoin iu*nded tin? r«ui.*d\ in many ii»-1 m to friend- who wen* aiifferfriR from A/u»- tti v coiild n- t throw off, and I havi* never known if to fail in ••ft*--tin • '•nr**. In many iiistanm.:» vi*ry lew d*-'- - b ive |*o do • f tii it result. Voii are perfectly at Warty to make ii-. «>f tbi~ I* ft* • ami. troiu my knowledge of \0111 inteRiily and «»} •• 1,1 * ’ ness of i*l»arai’t»*r. 1 am *ur.* that all y• »u d<* publish will I-* i-iually tiutbfui and slmw with tint of. I -"ii -11 fully. »* It JAM I.' To Mr. Kdwarh S. Morki*. I'hilad* dphia. I'a To In- iiad wholesale and retale of hl»H Alll* >. 'lot KIS. S>li* I’n prii tor and Manufacturer, No »•*>. At ! street. Philadelphia JOHN K. I'LKKCOINT. and I’FKl. A STI.N F.\>. At* andria. and of respectable A pot In varies an I < unti chant* generally, throughoutthe l'nit**d Slat#-. < an 1 I British Province*, and Went Indies, ail# It* -itNi-vi f#*Chllli m»d Ksvir.-Jusl received a supply <>f PAtt'llAM/S FF.VKK A N It At • I. F Ml.VlIJ.t a sail-and h|«i*dy rule I**r tbi* and Other Miasmati- i*i ■ - si-s- it i* highly recommended. iw-e •• special m ti.-. ilinn of this paper. For sale l»y tin* <lo/.-n <*r sill!;!, l-ti au* |ti--di,\ovl I’F.t.b A ."*TK\ KN>, Itru/pM*. M 44- A Curd to (be bodies*— l>r. J In tlOLIttN PKKIOUK'AL I’lLI-s. for belli.il, *. Infallible in correcting Irrejfularitl. a, and r. :ri> tin;: - * •‘trurtious from what, ver cause. Tin* alaive uained tiOl.UKN l*il.l-u have l—n u-din the private prartie* of !h\ Pupnm-u for o\. r tbii*-. \< o wjlb unjiaraUeled sueiuss in altno*>t every < •*♦*. md it 1 only at tin* earliest solicitation* *1 thouaanil -I l-ndo who have successfully used tin 111. that In* i- indn - l t make them public by ap|»oiiit iuR aR.-lit- and :»d vt i -i■. * them, ill Older that all who may la* sutli-riUR li'iu 11 al*>v* complaint* may find in the allow IM I.I.S 1 t • t a pernmncul cure, v jm• iiFi> m uas .ipp*»iui»*i .t . agent In every »1ty ami t«>wu iu the lnioii, wh»*r**th •« P1LI> uiay l-e obtain***!. N. B. There are time* when married l.***Ji»•» iuu>t it * n •* them. F»>r particular* h** itirvetimi* in tie* t-’X. ■’ri«-e $1 |h-i- l»tx. iw.ld L> all tlie l»ru^gi*t* in Al.-x m drla and the l'nil***l States. At proprie tor * pn »•> I'F.KL A STKVKNS. No. King ►tr*ft. Al. x'i Who will *eu<i them to anv part of tli.*«ily or .•uniy OU receipt of $1, through Alexandria l'.»*t ottn-e. je 5—ly j*4 FOR RKN'l’.— A large and de*n;it*l** JUl.threcstory BRICK DWELLING HOI >1 ami More on Royal street, near tile Market. Tin* is considered one ol 'he best locations in the city for almost any kind ol busmens. The Dwelling is large am) airy, ami has all ol the modern tin provements. To a g«*od tenant, the rent will be moderate. Possession given on the lirst ot Oc tober. Apply to II. ( HA I HAM. aug b—dtt BLE HOUSE ami LOT FOR he sizeol my lamily being i«* duced, ami finding I shalj have an abundance < i room in the house situated on the corner ot King ami Columbus streets, lor all biiMnC'S put poses, i have concluded to sell that large am! commodious lour story BKIC K HOI sL "ii King street, now occupied by me. 'Ihi> hot. »* is upwards ot 100 teet long aid l**et ttoii* The walls are ot the most substantial kiid an i the roof covered with the be.*>t Weird* Mate Tbe front is a handsome dwelling to the fouith story, which is open the whole extent ol the building. Besides the dwelling, there are in the second and third stmies o|>en rooms upwards *70 feet long and a large room on the lower door, besides the dwelling, kitchen Kr I he LOT adjoining is about \i teet wi-!e. and the whole length ol the building. 'Perms IrbeiaJ jy-2H—tf CHARLES KOONKS. a FOR RENT — A large BRICK WAKE* HOUSE, on the Wharf, for the la*t five year* occupied by P. H. Hootf-. Also. a WAREHOUSE with tbeWhail III bout and a large yard in the rear, tor many years used a* a Lumber Yard. M Also, a good three story DWF.LI I\G HOUSE,on Prince street, between Water aud Fairfax. Also, a BRICK WAREHOl SE corner ol King and Payne streets, with a num ber ol LOTS, on Union street, suitable tor V\ ood and Plastei lots. For terms, apply to jy lb—tf JAMES GREEN A SONS