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FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, IMA TASTINGS OF PUNCH. Prince Xapoleonon His Travels.—Ilis roy al highness has been to Iceland, and whilst there visited the Geyser boiling springs.— This fact is the more remarkable, as it was generally understood that the geotleman left France so^ly to avoid the hot water of the Tuileries. •\Vo Objection.”—Certain Englishmen, mo ved bv a l»elief that even soldiers who do not carry epaulettes can bear a dinner, have benevolently resolved to give a banquet to “the guards on their return from the Cri mea,” and the advertisement that tells the country the fact, also adds the following sus taining intelligence:— “His royal highness the commander in chief has no objection to this demonstration.” We should hope not. For the name of Cambridge is as inseparably associated with a dinner as the name of table-cloth. The Benefit of Travel.—The young Kim of Portugal has just given testimony ol the exceeding benefit done to him by his visit to England. He has determined that Portugal shall forthwith begin to pay her debts. The Position of Italy.—Italy must soon rise —and for rising the Boot is only waiting for the Spur of opportunity. The Old Episcopal Story.—A paragraph in the Times, headed ‘ Wills,” commences with the following specification:— “The will of the Right Rev. the Lord Bish op of Gloucester and Bristol was sworn un der £140.000” The Bishop’s will was very properly pla ced at the head of the list which includes fourteen others, whereof tho nearest iu point of figures of that of tho prelate, falls short of • it by £35,000. The Bishop is the first of the opulent testators—the rest are nowhere com paratively* See what it is to have run a good race. Here is an example of departed worth for you. To have died worth not mindi less than £140,000, the bishop must have bad a saving faith, whatever Cardinal Wiseman may sav to the contrary. A Mutual Want.—“Month alter month,” says the Art Journal, “nay, year after year goes by and finds the Nelson monument •til! incomplete.” Nelson wants his lions. j In the late war, how the lions wanted Nelson! ■ Peculiarities of Foreign Princes.—That j wonderful invention, the submarine electric telegraph, was employed the other day to com municate these important particulars: “Prince Adalbert, of Bavaria, arrived in Franee this morning, lie travels uuder the name of Count Andrechs.” Why is it that Foreign princes always tra vel under an alias with the title ot count? : If there is a good reason for this custom on the part of foreign princes why do not Brit- j ish princes adopt a similar custom? Thus, > if our prince of Wales should ever cross the water, “some foreign country for to see,” the submarine electric telegraph might send us, j for example, the message following:— “Prince Albert Edward, of Wales, has ar rived in Paris. His royal highness travels under the name of Lord Bateman.” When Shakspeare said that all the world was a stage he was pretty nearly right. The whole world does seem to be a stage, except the United Kingdom and the United States. At any rate foreign princes appear to go about on the continent precisely after the manner of their representatives on the stage; and when we hear or read of one of them travelling, like an operatic hero, under the title of count, our imagination depicts him in a braided velvet tunic, a peleriue collar, a broad hat with feathers in it, and green mo rooco boots with gold tassels. Meeting of German Naturalists.—This an imal gathering takes place this year at Vien na on the lGtb, ending on the *22d of Sep tember. Among the questions practically deeided will be the following:— Whether an Ausirain cannot retain the use of all hie faculties as at present per mitted by the state, in an exhausted receiver? Whether “the brain of Germany” is not ooepart beer, and three parts smoke? Whether Toby, the learned nig, was de scended in a right line from a bore of West phalia? Whether at the “feast of reason the Austrian eagle would not be a very poor spread ? Whether, and how long, since introduced into England, has the Hanoverian rat become naturalized game? Whether the goose of Baron Stultx did not lay golden eggs? Whether the red deer of Scotland have not been fed upon live Hilanders, their wives and little ones? Heroes to the Harvest. Militiaman, young hero made a soldier of a down, Thy bayonet thou hast yielded up, and put thyfi?elock down; Yet still there is a weapon which thy country bids thee wield, A blade, too, which thy good right hand may brandish in the field. The field, not such as Alma's nor as Inker man’s indeed; The field, except by accident, where heroes never Dieoa; The heroes loee but little blood, but greatly they perspire; Because it is hot work for them—though not exposed to fire. The field it is where Ceres smiles, not where Bellona frowns, Far it extends on many plains, and wide on many downs; There are the hosts, militiaman, which thou art low to lay, Brave hosts—how still they stand for thee.— they will not run away. The corn-field is thy present field, outspread so broad and dense, With corn whose color golden is, and quanti ty immense; Militiaman, the sickle is the blade which thou must wield; Go in, then, K&lhrot sons of Mars»and re*P that glorious field. For action tbou’lt equip thyself as lightly as may be, ’Twere well to doff the tonic, that thine arm ray sweep more free; Where thy cartouche-box was before, tby beer-keg will be slung. That is behind—well never mind—take heed unto the bung. Go to the field where guano calls, transmu ted into wheat, Invincible militiamen—who never will be bcej Whether at an invading foe your duty is to dash, Or ’tic the harvest only that you're called up on to thrash.__ atSash is betterthan CREDIT.—R. fy W. ROBINSON, will from this date make aSeduction of five per cent, on all bills made with him, believing that this arrangement will suit hit customers better than allowing them to stand uatil the end of the year, as by it they make the 5 per cent Kis wish is to curtail the credit system, which must be accomplished. He has appointed Mr. James C. Goods to collect all accounts due him to July 1, 1550. aug 6—d UST RECEIVED— 42 boxes Lemons 5 bfles Almonds 5 do Filberts 30 boxes Raisins, and tor sale by C. SCHAFER, Confectioner and Fruiterer, jr31 i No. 3, Fairfax street. WOOL purctuMtl by , . jjr 7 ' DANIEL F. HOOJL ;.i i ■ 4 i _LOTTERY ADVKRTIBEMEIVTS. SPLENDID SCHEMEST To be drown ot Wilmington, Delaware, 18 SEPTEMBER, 1856. To be drawn under the Superintendence of Commit turners appointed by the Governor. QRKOORY 4b MAURY, Manager*. 35,950 DOLLARS!!! LOT'l ERY for the benefit of the State of Del aware, Class 198, tor 1856, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Suturday, Sptrmber 6fA, 1856. 78 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots. BRILLIANT SCHEME. 1 prize of $35,950 20 prizes of $500 10 prizes of 6,000 20 do 400 10 do 3.000 20 do 3»)0 20 do 1,000 185 do 250 &c &c.% 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 51.485 DOLLARS! rOTTERY tor the benefit ot the State ot _j Delaware, Class 204, for 1856, to be drawn [ at Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, Septem ber 13/h. 1856. 75 number Lottery—12 drawn ballots. MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. 1 gr'd. prize $51,485 13 prizes of $1,500 3 prizes of 20,000 100 do 1,000 3 do 10,000 100 do 400 Arc. Ac. Ac. Tick's $15; h!fs. *7.50; quar. $3.75; eigh.$l.S7$ (Yrt i licates of packag's 25 whole t ic kets, $2U0 (»u Do do 25 half do 100 00 Do do 25 quarter do 50 00 Do do 25 eighth do 25 00 37,795 DOLLARS! rOTTERY for the benefit of the State of Del j aware. Class 21'), for 1856, to be drawn at Wilmington. Del., on Saturday. September 20/A, 1856. 75 Number Lottery—12 drawn ballots. RICH SCHEME. 1 prize of $37,795 j 1 prize of $7,075 1 do 20,000 j 100 do 7U0 i iftimn I nut dn 300 I do 10.000 * Aic., &c., AiC. Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2 f>0. Certificates of packag's. 25 whole tickets# 140 OC Do do 25 half do 70 00 Do do 25 quarter do 35 00 67.007 DOLLARS! TOTTERY for the benefit of the State of j Delaware,Class R, for 1856, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, September 'Z~lh, 1S56. 78 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots! BRILLIANT SCHEME! 1 gr d. prize $67,007 4 prizes o! $.’>,000 2 spl'd. “ 30,000 5 do 3,000 2 prizes of 20.1)00 50 do 1,000 4 do 10.000 [ 218 do 650 Au\, \c., Ate. Tickets$20; hlvs. $10; qrs. $5; eighths, $2.50. Ceitilicutesot packag's 26 whole tickets,$270 00 Do do 26 half do 135 00 Do do 26 quarter do 67 50 Do do 26 eighth do 33 75 C^ORDERS for Tickets ami Shares and Cer tificates of Packages ii*. the above Splendid Lot teries, will receive the most prompt attention, and an account ot ea<di drawing will be sent immediately after it is over to all who order from me. Address, P. J. BUCKEY, Agent, aug 30—lin Wilmington, Delaware. / 1 EORGIA LOTTERY!—(authorized by tin* State of Georgia.) Fort Gaines Academy Lottery, Class 10, to be drawn in the City of I Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on Satuidoy, S*ptem ber‘21th, 1856, on the Havana Plan. Purchasers in buying one odd number and one even number whole Ticket, are guaranteed to draw $8. Halves and Quarter Tickets in pro portion, with chances of obtaining the larger Prizes, which are a hundred per cent, better for the purchasers than any other Lottery in exis tence. SAMUEL SWAN At CO., Managers. Prizes amounting to $204,000 will be distrib uted according to the following BRILLIANT SCHEME: 30.000 Tickets—15,185 Prizes!! 1 Prize of.$40,000 is. .$40,000 1 do . 10,000 is.. 10,000 1 do . 10,000 ig.. 10,000 1 do . 5.000 is.. f,000 1 do . 2,000 is.. 2,000 1 do . 1,000 is.. 1,000 1 tlo . 1,000 is.. 1,000 10 do . 200 are.. 2,000 100 do . 100 are.. 10,000 4 prizes o! $200 ap’g- to 40.000 are $800 4 prizes ot 100 ap g. to I0,0<)0are 400 4 prizes of 75 apg. 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 i^i/.es of 40 ap’g- to 1,000 are 160 4 prizes of 25 ap g. to l,00o are 100 40 prizes of 20 ap g. to 200 are 800 15,000 prizes of 8 are 120,000 15,185 Prizes amounting to--$204,oOO Whole Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2.50. Plan ok the Lottert. There are 30,<X»0 Tickets numbered from 1 to 30.000. There are 15,185 Prizes amounting to $204,000. The draw ing takes place in public, under the superintendence ot two sworn Commissioners. The numbers from 1 to 30,000. corresponding w ith those numbers on the tickets, printed on cdhiirsito alum of imuer. are encircled with small v-— ■ * ■ tin tubes, and placed in one w heel. The first 117 prizes, similarly printed and en circled, are placed in another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn trom the wheel ol numbers, and at the same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel. The num ber and prize drawn out are opened and exhibi ted to the audience, and registered by the Com missioners, the prize being placed against the number drawn. This operation is repeated un til all the prizes are drawn out. Approximation Prizes.—The two preceding and the two succeeding numbers to those draw ing the first 117 prizes, will be entitled to the H8 Approximating Prizes, according to the Scheme. The 15,000 prizes of $8 are determined by the number which draws the $40,000 prize—if that number should be an odd number, then ev ery odd number ticket in the Scheme will be en titled to $8; if an even number, then every even number ticket will be entitled to $8, in addition to any other prize which may be drawn. All those tickets ending with 0,2, 4, 6. 8, are even—all those ending with 1, J, 5,7, 9, are odd. U7* Remember that every prize is draw n, and payable in full without deduction. BP* All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im mediately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time ot thirty days, in lull without deduc ^All communications strictly confidential. The drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately after the draw ing Prize tickets cashed or renew’ed in other tick ets at either office. OR EAT INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. As one-half of the Tickets are guaranteed to draw $8, we will sell Certificate! of Packages of 10 Tickets, (odd and even numbers.) at the following rates: All that the 10 Tickets (which are those deci ded bv the number drawing the Capital.) draw over the amount guaranteed, accrues to the pur chaser. Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, U u 10 Half 44 30 u « 10 Quarter 14 1**> Address orders for Tickets, or Certificates of Packages, either to S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Ga, or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Atlanta, Ga., aug 30 —dtSep27 Yarns and batting — 1000 lbs. Cotton Yarns, assorted numbers 10 bales Tie Yarn ia 44 Cotton Bats, at Factory prices, for sale bv MILLER & ENGLISH, autr ,4 _ No. 49, Union street. T AND WARRANTS WANTED’—Highest | l market rates paid for Lluil arrant* and Sim * wu«*T. 1 LOTTERY ADVERTISEMENT. UNPRECEDENTED SCHEME!! CAPITAL PRIZE *50.000. ALABAMA LOTTERY! (authorized by the State of Alabama.) Southern Military academy Lottery, Class G, to be drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama, in public, on Friday, Stpiember 12/A, 1856, on the plan of the Real Hayanna Lottery. SAMUEL SWAN, Manager. CP* Prizes amounting to 200,000 Dollars will be distributed according to the following MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. 3 0,00 0 TICKETS ONLY. 1 prize ol.. . .$50,000 is.$50,000 1 “. 25,000 is. 25,000 1 “. 15,000 is. 15X00 1 “. 10,000 is. 10,000 1 “. 6,000 ia. 6,000 1 “. 5,000 is. 5,000 1 “. 3,000 is. 3,000 3 “. 1,(XX) are. 3,000 10 “. 500 are. 5,000 80 44. 400 are. 32.IKHJ 100 “. .. 200 are. 20,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 prizes of $400 ap’g to $50,000 are $1,600 4 “ 300 “ 25,000 “ 1,200 4 “ 250 “ 15,000 “ 1,000 4 “ 175 “ 10,000 “ 700 4 “ 150 44 6,000 44 6(10 4 “ 125 44 5,000 “ 500 4 “ 100 “ 3,0<J0 44 400 4 “ 80 “ 1,000 “ 320 4 a 70 44 1,000 “ 280 4 u i)t> “ 1,000 41 200 4^ u 40 “ 500 “ 1,600 3-jD “ 30 “ 4<X) “ 0,600 4t>0 “ 20 “ 200 44 8,000 1.000 prizes amounting to $200,000 Whole Tickets $10, halves $5, quarters $2.50. er t he Managers, determined that the Ala bama and Georgia Lotteries shall excel all oth ers. offer to the public the above scheme; which, lor the brilliancy and magnificence of its Capi tals, and the chances of obtaining prizes of mag nitude has never been equaled. Plan ok the Lottery. There are 30,000 Tickets numbered from 1 to 30,WU. There are 200 full Frizes, ami M)0 Ap proximations—making in all 1000 Frizes. The drawing takes place in public, under the superintendence ot tw o sw orn Commissioners. The numbers from 1 to 30,000, corresponding with the numbers on the tickets, printed on sep arate slips of )>aper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and placed in one wheel. The first 200 Frizes,similarly printed and en circled, are placed in another wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel. The number and prize drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and registered by the Commissioner, the prize being placed against the number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. Approximation Prizes—The two preceding and the two succeeding numbers to those draw ing the first 2(KJ prizes will be entitled to the fciOO Approximating Frizes, according to the Scheme. Rj^Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable ill full without deduction. ti^All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im mediately alter the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of thirty days, in full, w ithout deduc tion. All communications strictly confidential. The drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immediately alter the drawing. Orders for Tickets should be sent in early. Prize Tickets cached or reneweu in other ! Tickets ut either office. Orders for Tickets can be addressed either to S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta. Ga., or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala., sep 1—-dtSepl2 CtABJNET, CHAIR and SOFA MANU / FACTORY, No. 130, A'mg itreet, Jlexan ! drifl, Va.—Having lately fitted up one of the handsomest and most spacious ware-rooms in the city, for the FURNITURE BUSINESS, 1 re spectfully invite public attention to my large stock of Furniture, which 1 am constantly in creasing. Persons visiting our city w ill find it to their advantage to give me a call as the range of my GOODS in resjiect to quality and price, is such as to cover the wants and views of all.— My stock comprises Mahogany Solas, 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 Tables, Cottage Set, Bedsteads, of all patterns; such as high, Field ing, French, lo\v-j»ost, ami Trundle Bedsteads, several patterns of Cottage Bedsteads, Hat racks, Wardrobes, Looking Glasses, and a large number of other articlesembraced in thehusiness. Beds, Bolsters, Pillows, Mattresses, Ac., constantly on hand. oct 2—tf JAMES H PEVAIJGHN. WHAT KIND OF PIANO DO YOU WANT'—Do you prefer one for its in trinsic value as a Musical Instrument, or mere ly something pretty to fill out your parlor' If the first, I should be pleased to furnish you—I here challenge a comparison with any thing manufactured in the United States, as to tone, touch, power, and durability. 1 beg leave to say, also, that as to prices I will exhibit the price lists of several establishments, and show from them that 1 am quite as moderate as any of them. To substantiate what l say, 1 respect fully refer you to Mr. Win. H. Fowle, and Mi. Wm. D. Massey, Alexandria. Mr. ueorge Drown, ana .Miss Mary Jane nose, near Upperville, Fauquier County. Mr. C harles J.Stovin, near Catlett^, Orange ami Alexandria Rail Road. Misses Forneret, Culpeper C. H. Mr. R. H. Foote, Mr. S. M. Yass, and Mrs. M. Howard, Warrenton, Va., and others, if neces sary. [aug 16] JOHN H. PARROTT.^ rilHE HAZARD POWDER COMPANY, f manufacturers and dealers in GUNPOW DER, having reduced t ten pi ices to correspond with the reduced cost of Saltpetre, continue io offer their well known brands of ELECTRIC INDIAN RIFLE and KENTUCKY RIFLE POWDER, in kegs and canisters. Also, Gun powder for 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 for more than twenty-five years, will be found unsurpas sed by any other manulacture of the kind in the world. For sale by the principal dealers, and also at the office of the Company, No. 89, Wall, cor. Water street. New’ York A. G. HAZARD, President. A. E. Douglass. Secretary. New’ York, my 20—6m SAVE YOUR FRUIT.—Burnett's Patent IL'FALLINLH SELF S1.ALING CaNB FOR PRE SERVING fresh F’avit and Vkgktablbs.—It has long been a desideratum to preserve fruit by some cheap method, such as would keep them fit for use through the year. At the present high prices of Sugar, all w ill see that this is the Can for the times. The fruit or vegetables are kept with their natural flavor, and are admitted by all who have tried them to be superior to the old plan. This Can is simple in its construction, and requires neither the aid ot Solder, Cement or Wax. Having procured the right of manufac turing the above Cans I invite all housekeepers to call and examine them, at No. 15, Royal st. jy 22—tf_JOSEPH S. STANSBURY. A RTHUR’S SELF-SEALING CANS AND A JARS, FOR PRESERVING FRESH FRUITS, TOMATOES, Ac.—These cans were used last year by thousands of families with com plete success. They are easily sealed, easily opened, and may be used year after year. Full directions for putting up fruit accompany them. Prices—Tin cans, pint size, $2 per dozen; Quart, $2 50; Hall-gallon, $3 50; Gallon, $5. Jars of fire proof yellow ware, pint size. $2 25 per doz.; Quart, $3. For sale in Alexandria at the Manufacturers’ prices, by aug (V—lm_JOHN OGDEN. NEGROES WANTED.—I wish to purchase , any number of NEGROES, for which 1 will pay liberal prices. Those wishing to sell, 31 do well to call on me before selling, at my stand, at West End, Alexandria, Va. §a$ 18—Utf JOSEPH WU1N. BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.—LaWy //«• terry of the Vniversity of Virginia, as con tained in the Letters of Thomas Jefferson and Joseph C. Cabell, hitherto unpublished; with an Appendix, consisting of Mr. Jefferson’s Bill lor a complete system of Education, and other illus trated documents; and an Introduction, compri sing a brief historical Sketch of the University, and a biographical notice o Joseph C. Cabell, in one handsome octavo volume, price $2.50. Vuited States Mercantile (>uide—Leading Pur suits and Leading Men, a Treatise on the prin cipal Trades and Manufactures of the United States, showing the progress, state, and pros pects of business, as illustrated by sketches ot distinguished Mercantile and Manufacturing Firms, edited by Edwin T. Freedley, author ot “A Practical Treatise on Business,” $1.25.— Just published, and for sale, by aug 30 ROBT. BF.LL. Afresh supply of new books and MAGAZINES AT FRENCH’S. New York Joi.rnal for September is a splen did number—price cts., or $2 per year. Saratoga, a Tale of 1787, 1 vol. 12mo., cloth, $1 25. Martins of Cro Martin, by Charles Lever, au thor of “Charles O’Malley,'’ “Jack Hinton," &c—62$ cents. John Halifax, Gertleman, by the author of “ Olive,” “ Ogilvies," &c.—50 cents. The Last of the Foiesters,or Humors of the Border, a story of the Old Virginia Frontier, by John Esten Cooke, author of the “ Virginia Co medians,” “ Leather Stockings and Silk.” “ El lie,” “ Youth of Jefferson,’’ &c., 1 vol—$1 25. Household Mysteries, a story ot Southern Life, by Lizzie Pettit, author ol Light and Darkness, 1 vol.—$1. Confidential Correspondence of Napoleon and Josephine, 1 vol.—$1 25. Nicholas Nickleby, new illustrated edition, 2 vols., 12mo., cloth, $2 5U; 1 vol. same, without the plates. $1 50. Retribution, by Mrs. South worth, paper cov ers $1 ; bound $1 25. All the new Books and Magazines on hand, sep 1 [Fairfax News.] HARPER’S NEW MONTHLY MAGA ZINE lor September, containing thecon ] tinuation of Little Dorrit, and a great variety | of interesting matter, 25 cts. per number. I Mniivphnht VI vstprip* a Krmiuiipp nl Smithprii ! Life, by Lizzie Petit, of Virginia, author of j “Lights and Shadows," 1 vol. 12mo. doth. •$ 1. ! The Martins ot Cro' Martin, by Charles Le ver, 02 A c. The Buccaneer's Daughter, beautifully illus , trated, 25c. j George Seten, or the (’hip Boy of the Dry I Dock, by Samuel Cantz. 25c. Just published, j for sale by JAMES KNTWISLE A SON, aug 21 No. 95, King-street. LTNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA—Early j History of the University of Virginia, as contained in the letters of Thomas Jetierson and Joseph C.Cabell, hitherto unpublished; with an appendix, consisting of Mr. Jefferson's lull for a complete system of education, and other illustrative documents, and an introduction, comprising a brief historical sketch ol the Uni versity, and a biographical notice of Joseph ('. Cabell, 1 vol Svo. cloth, $2 50. Just publish ed, lor sale by JAS. KNTWISLE .V SON, auu 2" No. 95, King-street. A NEW ROMANCE.—Bernard Lille, a His torical Romance, embracing the periods ol the Texas Revolution and the Mexican War, dedicated to George W. Neal, Huntsville, Ala bama—price $1. Manual of Coal, and its Topography, illustra ted by original diawings, chiefly of facts in the Geology ot the Appalachian Region ol the Uni ted States of North America, by J. P. Lesley, Topographical Geologist—JjCl. .lust published, and lor sale by [aug OJ ROBT. BELL. 1JRKSH ARRIVAL, at FRENCH S Book * and Periodical Dejtot. Harper for September, a splendid No., price 25c. Graham’* Magazine, price 25 cents. Ladies' National 18jf cents. Godey's Lady Book, 25 cents. Peterson's Ladies'National 18^ cents. Baton's Magazine 10 cents. aug 22 Mrs. soijthworth s new book at F RENCH S.—Retribution, a Tale of Passion, by Mrs K. D. N. South worth, author of “Deserted Wife," “Wife's Victory,” “Curse of Clifton,”4 Discarded Daughter,"“Missing Bride,” i “Lost Heiress,” “India,” etc., 2 vols. paper cov ers $1 ; 1 vol. bound in cloth, $1 25. Putnam's Magazine for September, 25c. aug 29 Anew Virginia novel— Household Mytterirs, a Romance of Southern Life,*by Lizzie Pettit, author of “Light and Darkness.” price I, just published, and lor sale by aug26 ROBT. BELT.. j Harper for September.—circulation ] 180,000!—This number contains Porte Crayon's Illustrations of the Dismal Swamp. Little Porritt, Ike.—price 25 cents. Just receiv ed by [aug 21] ROBT. BELL. ANEW ROMANCE.—Saratoga, A Tale of i ~ d___ c t._d... i._ i l ^ m a • u » , u i«vuiuucr wi i i iih i iv um &nnnri jiiic, one handsome volume—price $1.25. Just pub lished and lor sale by aug 19 ROBT. BELT.. Y | ORE SINGING, LESS SIGHING .-I have just received another large lot of Music tor Piano and Guitar, many entirely new pieces, [aug 12] JOHN H. PARROTT. j FANCY ARTICLES, Ac. Berry a blakemore, No. 72, Ki«« Street, wholesale dealers in Notions and Fancy Goods, are now receiving direct from the Importers and Manufacturers, their Fall supply of GOODS, and particularly invite the attention of dealers to their stock of Comforts, Under shirts. Drawers, and other Woolen goods. Hand kerchiefs, Suspenders,'Combs, Brushes, Buttons, Ribbons, Trimmings, (’locks. Looking Glasses, Ac., Ac , with every variety ol German, French, I English, and American Fancy Goods. sep*4 JUST RECEIVED per Express, all kinds of India Rubber Combs, including 'Puck, Di es- , smg. Fine, Round, Pocket, Side, Ac., Ac.—of! very sujierior qualitv. BERRY A BLAKEMORE. aug 23 No. 72, King street. YI70LLKN Y A K N S —RICHARDS, No. ff 110, King street, has just received a supply of best 3 thread Saxony Yarn, all colors and sizes. aug 28 rpRANSPARENT SOAP, in bars; Skirt I Whalebone, Cabas. Work Boxes, Ac.., at H. B. WHITTINGTON A CO.’S, aug 27 No. 82, King-street. 17LAST1C BELTING.—Just received per _j| Express, another supply ol Silk and Wors ted Elastic Beltings. aug 23 BERRY A BLAKEMORE. CLINTON S ALCOHOL COOK, at WHITTINGTON A COS., aug 25 »2. King st. rilRANSPARENT SOAP, in bars by JL WHITTINGTON A CO. aug 26 No. 82 King street. YY7 H ALEBONES for Skirts, and Wiie f f Cord, for sale, at aug 30 RICHARDS, 110, King street. YfOT1CE to Farmers wanting BAGS to J31 send giain to market, we w ill tuinish them at a charge of one cent per bushel for all grain consigned to us for sale, and the Bags must be returned within one week from tne time they eetthem. [jy2‘/| KINCHELOK A BRUIN. NOTICE.—The undersigned, on and after , the first of August next, must decline Con signments of all kinds of Grain and Corn Meal by rail road and wagons—his other branches of business will be prosecuted as heretofore, ie 28—eotf DANIEL F. HOOE. New paint shop — w. j. Ogdon Las removed bis PAINT SHOP ov«r Hill A Webster's Carjienter a Shop, oh Prynce street, next to the Farm*s' Bank, w here all oR&Utt w ill be faithfully attended to. dec 7 WOOL, purchased by je 8 ROBINSON & PAYNE. 1 GROCERIES, Ac. rpOBACCO, SEGARS, Ac.—The undersigned | are now receiving, and have in store, their Spring Stock of TOBACCO, SEGJiRS, tfc., ol the following grades— 10 cases Fig Tobacco, very superior 20 kegs “Rough and Ready' do 20 butts Sanders’ lb Lump do 110 “ low priced to medium do ft lump 35 u 5's do 30 “ 10’s do 10 bbls. J gmoking Tobacco 5 cases ^ McVEIGH A CHAMBERLAIN, mh 27 Prince Street Wharf, Alex'a. Brandy Ac.— 5 * (.'asks Cognac Brandy, part very su perior 10 | w Domestic do. 25 bbls. Superior Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey 5 u “ “ Bouboun Whiskey 5 “ “ “ Nectar do. 4** “ Rectified Whiskey 5 \ ('asks Superior Sherry and Madeira Wine; 10 Cases Claret; 10 ('asks London Brown Stout; Edinburg Ale; 1 do. German Bitters, a very superior article, in store, and for sale by jy 12 POWELL Sr CO. X/ W W \ LBS. Middling and Shoulder Bacon V/ 5 hhds. Brown Sugar 5 “ Molasses 20 bags Rio Coffee 5 bbls. Crushed Sugar 2o boxes Soap; 20 do. Crndles; 2< dozen Brooms; 20 do. Buckets; 100 sacks fine Sait; 200 sacks G. A. Salt; 20 bbls. rectified ■ W hiskey; 10 do. old; 5 do., warranted six year; ! old; lo boxes Starch; 20 bbls. Vinegar, for sab by W. M. SMITH, an? 12 No. 8. Prince street deck HHDS. P. R. Sugar 50 bags Rio Coffee 40 mats Java Coffee 20 half chests G. P. and Imperial Tea 10 “ “ Black “ 10 “ “ Young Hyson “ 5o boxes Mould Caudles; 20 do. Ada mantine do ; 5 do. Sperm do.; 5o Soap; 20 do. j Saleratus; 25 do. Pepper; 5 bags Allspice, lor sale by [aug 28] KINCHELOE Ac BRUIN. IjILOUK, FRESH GROUND FROM OLD 1 WHEAT— 5u bbls. brst Family Flour fj*9 to #9$ 20 extra Flour, superior 10 hall' bbls. do do 100 sacks prime Family Flour, i bhl. each 10U “ extra k‘ *• “ *k ■ All the above are warranted to please, and at reduced prices, by ISAAC- PAUL, jy 25 cor. of Union and Prince-streets. I7^0REIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS — * WV are now receiving a large itock ot FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LIQUORS, of the various grades, to which we invite the attention of the trade, as we can offer inducements. D. At S. BLACKLOCK, aug Black lock's Wharf. / v BOXES Mould Candles 20 “ Adamantine kk 10 “ Sperm “ loo *• Brown Soap 20 “ Dark tk “ It*00 lbs. Sal Soda, for sale by aug 23 KINCHELOE Ac' BRUIN. \[EW FAMILY FLOUR—EXTRA AND S U P E R FI N E.—T he most approved brands for family use, in large and small bags, constantly on band; also, fresh ground Corn Meal, just received, ami for sale by JOHN A. DIXON, Family Grocer, aug 11 Post Olfice corner. liWk BARRELS No. 1 Potomac Herrings J / 5n Half “ “ 25 Barrels Family Shad 2000 lbs dry Cod Fish, for sale low bv aug 23 KINCHELOE Ac BRUIN. _ SALT.— looo sacks G. A. Salt 500 sacks fine Salt, of direct importation, and all warranted 10 to the ton. I). Ac S. BLACKLOCK, aug IS Blacklock’s Wharf. QALT.—1000 sacks Ashton's, Marshall's, ^ Jetre\s Ac Dorsey's and Ground Alum Salt, in btorr, and now receiving, by MILLER Ac ENGLISH, aug 14 No. 49, Union street. Bacon— «> casks Blight Sides 8 “ Scliooley's Shoulders 3 “ Canvassed Hams, just received by aug28 WHEAT Ac BRO. PACK AGES Lovering's A No. 1 Loaf, f) Crushed, and Pulverized SUGAR, landing this day, and lor sale by l). A: S. BLACKLOCK. aug 29 Blacklock's Wharf. 1 i u v BARRELS Jonathan Ewer’s superior j \ /\ f white wheat FAMILY FLO IJ R, ill Stole ami tor sale in lots to suit purchasers, by aug 28 K INCH FLOE Ac BRUIN. ~ BBLS. very superior Old Rye Whiskey. / landing this day, ami tor sale by I). Ac S. BL ACK LOG K. aug 29 Blacklock's Wharf. S'" ALT.— loon sacks Ashton’s. Marshall s. Je freys Ac Doisey’s Ground Alum, in store, and for sale by aug 20 WASHINGTON Ac m f I'M MOTH Y SEED.—A nice lot of new’ crop I T imothy Seed, just received, and for sale l.v \lll I.FR Af ENGLISH ; - . ang 91 No. 49 Union street. w)/v ( W W t VERY superior imported Se gars, various brands, just re ceived. and lor sale by aug 14 POWELL A CO. v / i Sacks G. A. Salt ^\J\ f l»>u “ Fine “ Jeffrey and Darcy brand 100 “ “ Ashton, lor salebv aug 9 MARSHALL A WARD. | / k / w SACKS Ashton's and Marshall s fine ‘—f'l M f and (aiound A lum Sa.lt—JiiKt revived and lor sale, hy ang 6 FLEMING A DOUGLASS. TS. LOYERING'S crushed,lost. powdered. • and granulated SUGARS, in store and for sale by T. M. McCORMICK A BIO., je is Theatre Bniluii g. 1 .FAMILY FLOUR —Cloud s Family Flour; * Occoquau do. Extra Super.; Rye Floui and Unbolted Flour, in store.and tor ';ale by my 19 THOMAS CLOWES. C1LARKT.—Oo cases superior Claret Wine* / just received, anil for sale by S. SHINN A SON jy 16 No. 4. South Wharves 1 /~vi'v BUSBELS prime new* crop Orchard I \/ Grass Seed,just received, and lor sale hy [ang 8) MARSHALL A WARD. f|TIMOTHY SEED.—70 Bushels Timothy I Seed, just received, and lor sale hy aug 2*1 » PF.RRY A SON. 1 FAMILY FLOUR.—The celebrated Pataps * co F’arnily Flour, warranted to please, for saie by [aug 2S] WHEAT A BRO. SUGAR—2f>hhds. P. R. and N. O. Sugar, in store, and lor sale by aug 20 Washington a co. r AA BBLS. NO. 1 POTOMAC HJOR J RING, lor sale by aug 21 WASHINGTON A CO tlORN MEAL—f>0 Bushels Corn Meal, just ) received, aud lor sale by aug 23 _ ^ PERRY A SON. IRA HALF CHFISTSG. P., and Imperial J fj\) Tea, part very superior, lor sale by aug 2! WASHINGTON A CO. 1A BARRELS OLD RYE WHISKEY. Vir J * * gini* distilled, received, and lor sale by a g 14 POWELL A CO. "1 A BBLS. CIDER VINEGAR, for sale by |U aug 26 ROBINSON A PAYNE 1 i VA BAGS SHOT, for sale by JJJU aug 29 KINCHF.LOK & BRUIN. 1 BAGS $HPT, assorted sizes, for sale by IUU »»g 25 KJNCHELOE k BRUIN. CLOTHING._ TO MY FELLOW-CITIZENS OF ALEX ANDRIA.—1 have determined to become a candidate lor the office of cutting and making Gentlemen's and Youth’s COATS, PANTS, and VESTS. If it shall be the pleasure of the peo ple among whom I have lived for the greater portion of my life, and whose friendship 1 flat ter my-»'lf I have enjoyed for that period of time, to patronise me in that office. 1 need scarcely say that I *l»all devote all my time to the faithful discharge ot the duties of a Mer chant Tailor. GENTLEMENS' FURNISH ING GOODS cannot be surpassed in beauty ami style by any Tailoring establishment in this city. 1 leave it to the public and my triends to judge for themselves. WILLIAM E. ATWELL, oct ‘20—tf Merchant Tailor. King-street. A TRIAL IS ALL I ASK—The under r\ signed has on hand an elegant assortment ot GOODS for Gentlemen’s wear, consisting in part ot the following, to wit:—Black, blue, olive, and green twilled Frencn Cloths. Do black, brown, and drab Beaver do do Olive, green, brown, and maroon do Black Doe Skin French Cassimere Do Middlesex do., Fancy Cassimere* Light and dark mixed Tweeds. Also, READY MADE CLOTHING of every variety, usually kept in a Fashionable Merchant Tailor s establishment, and of the best material. Which, together with my professional services, l respect fully offer to my friends and the pub lic generally of Alexr...dria and its vicinity, to 1 whom 1 return my sincere acknowledgments ’ tor past favors, hoping by indefatigable exertion and untiring attention, to merit a continuance ; of the same. And though prepared to lurnish every article in my line, I w ill as cheerfully ex ecute, to the best of my skill and ability, for all whose preference may lead them to select else where. as though I had furnished the goods myself. RICHARD ROBINSON. Fashionable Merchant Tailor, jo—tf No. 113. King street. MERCHANT TAILORING.—The subscrij her would respectfully call the attention «l gentlemen to his supply ol Si'RiM. and Sum mer Goods for their wear, as being of styles and • jualities not to be surpassed in this market. His »tock comprises CLOTHS and CASSIMERES .• n r ___ VL'CTIVOG.i'U.t:. U1 all 9(1 Utica All III ir.tuurc, ▼ k»ui ■■ », Silk, Merino, Ac., and a good selection ot Ready Made Clothing. Also, Shirts, Drawers. Collars, Stocks, Neck Ties, Gloves, Hosiery, and Suspen ders. with a general assortment ol 'tailors Trimmings. Feeling grateful for the very libe ral patronage thus tar awarded him. he is stimu lated to make additional exertions to please all who may favor him with their custom, and hoj»es by the most unremitting attention, to secure an increased share ot favors. All goods not pur chasedfrom him. will b<» made to order at the shortest notice, and cutting attended to with neatness and despatch. WM. ARNOLD. Merchant Tailor, ap 1 No. C»7 King street, north side. 11TM. D. MASSKY, Mhkchavt Tailor, has Y f received a beautiful stock of CLOTHS, CASS IMF. RES, and f ’ES TISHS, embracing aii that is new, rare ami racy, which he will be pleased to make up at the shortest notice, and in the best style—ujhjii the most moderate terms. Also a line assortment of Shirts. Collars. Nkck Ties, Gloves. Suspenders, and furnish ing GOODS in general, together with a good stock of READY MADE CLOTHING, which w ill be sold low. ap li—tf No. 9*2. King-street. JOHN A. KEYS, MERC HAM' TAILOR, having engaged the ser\ ices of Mr. Ri oolpii Massey, as a Cutter, would most respectfully call the attention of the public to his fine assort ment of SPRING GOODS, consisting of Cloths, Cahsimfkks, Ykstimls, Ac., suitable for Spring and Summer Wear, all of which will he made up in the finest and most fashionable styles. He would also call attention to his stock of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, em bracing tine White Shirts; Drawers; Cravats; ; Stocks, Under-Shirts; Suspenders; Gloves; Hand kerchiefs; Collars; Half-Hose. Ac. Ulh‘2‘J )UST RECEIVED, another supply of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, of superior quali ty, and suitable for the season. W. fc A. MURRAY, Merchant Tailors, my ‘23 112 King-street. OR THE GENTLEMEN—Just opened ^ another lot ol CLOTHS, CASSlMEKES, VESTINGS, DRILLINGS, Ac. The newest styles, rich and beautiful, (’all and see them je f> C. B. GOLDEN. No. r»9. King street. LI NBKH YARDS. I UMBER YARD —We take this method of j informing our customers, that we have con nected our LUMBER BUSINESS with the CAB IN FT MANUFACTORY, where we are pre pared to furnish every description ot Lumber usually found in the most extensive LUMBER YARDS. ALSO, Lime. Hydraulic Cement, Calcined Plaister. Laths, Shingle, Failings, Nails ot all sizes, Ac., Ate., which we will sell low for cash, or at the usual time to punctual customers, jan 1 JAMES GREEN A SON. S. WATERS. R. ZIMMERMAN. ' T. A. WAlfcUS. WATERS, ZIMMERMAN A CO, nr f xtensive dealers in Lumber. Shingles, Laths, &r., on the wharf, foot of Cameron street, are constancy in the receipt of Building Mate rials. f rom the States of North Carolina. Pennsyl vania. N. York, Maine, and the British Provinces, which they offei for sale on accommodating terms. Their arrangements w ith manufacturers enable them to supply particular hills of White, Spruce, and Yellow Fine, at the shortest notice, mh l—tf \TEW AND BEAUTIFUL DISCOVERY at HESSEim PORTRAIT HALLE RY\ Ao. ♦»'.♦, King-street, Alexandria—Great im provement in the Ambrotypes, or Fictureh on giav*, plain or mi roiois, sui passing in ueauiy, durability, artistic effect, and life like expres sion. any style of PORTRAITS ever belore drawn by pencil or light. 1 bey are without the glare of a Daguerreo type not reversed, and can he seen in any light as distinctly as a line engrav ing. The beauty ol these PICTURES is beyond description; they must be seen to be appreciated. Specimens only at BENNETT'S, Nu. til*, King street, where they aie taken daily, uithout le gard to weather. Exhibition tree, up 17—drf JM. BAKERS TOBACCO AGENCY — 9 The undersigned, having been requested by Mr. Baker, to act as Agents tor delivering his TOBACCO, beg leave to state that they will soon be prepared to furnish his old customers and others, with every variety manufactured by him. and upon same terms as usually furnished by him. They have now in store a lot of Fives', which they will supply, it wanted, jed-tf D HUME At CO. Manipulated guano—The under signed having been appointed sole agents in this city lor the sale of tins valuable article, w ill he receiving during the season full supplies, which they offer to customer** at low rates. This is a highly concentrated manure, being composed ot equal paits of best Peruvian and some other Phosphatic Guano, rich in Phosphoric acid. NKVKTT A SNOWDEN, my I 5 Long wharf, opposite Pioneer Mill*. AZAPPONK, Teacher oe Languages, 9 especially of French. Spanish, and Ita- i Iran, will be teaching most ol his time in Alex andria in the coming session. Those 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 ar this office, my *2—lawly I^TAVAL STORKS — 6 casks Spirits Turpentine 25 bbls. Tar 15 “ No. 1 ) p 54 ‘ Common $ Just received, and tor sale by jy 24 JOHN F. DY KK,.)armey'i» Wharf. T^TOlIt’E 'IO TAX PAYERS — All persons X i indebted to me for taxes for the years • IS54 and '55, will please call and settle, as lon ger indulgence cannot be given. Office, No. 17, South Royal street, over the office of Wm. C. Yeaton, esq. jy 26—coil H. L MONROE, D. S. 4f FIRM INSl'KANCE NOTICFk. THE FIRE INSURANCE COM I’AM ok ALEXANDRIA,continue* to insnr, a**,, lt Fire, geiurally. in Town and Country, a» hne. tofore, on the most reasonable terms. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Anthony P. Govkh, President. Dwight Metcalf, John B Paingeii„dd William Gregory, Edward S Hough, Robert Jamieson. Janies P. Smith Thomas R. Keith. Robeit G. VioUtt William H. h'owle, Thomas McPom ml John H. Brent. Office hours from 9 to 1$. and from 2* to ' i o'clock. <\ W. WATTLES, s,errt‘ar\ Office on King street, near St. Asaph nov 10—dlv THE ALBEMARLE INSURANCE COMPANY, The Great Central Company or Vihuin PKIXCIPAL OFMCK.CII AKUrtTKM IL1 K. \ \ Chartered Capital, $400,Ooo. CASH FUND, $l25.<m 1.MRE INSURANCE in Town «u Country 1 and MARINE INSURANCE may beeri/-! ted on the most favorable terms with this ( uu panv. W All Losses promptly and satisfactorily 4I ranged. WM. T. EARLY, Pr,* t J.\?. Wood. Jr., Secretary. I. A. MARBI RY, Agent for Alexandrii aug 29—tf POTOMAC INSURANCE CoMPA.M OK ALEXANDRIA — Samuel Mili.uk. President. Director*. Win. N. McVeigh, I J. F. Dyer. Robert S. Ashby, Lew is Mcken/ie J. A. English. j This Conupany is prepared to receive otters h r Insurance. Office in the Exchange Bloch, km between Pitt and Royal streets, dec h—tf JOSEPH EACH ES Secretary BOOTS AND SHOES. rpHE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED The J subscriber, after having t»*>ted the credit sytt0m to his heart’s content, has come to thr conclusion that the (’ash System is the l*e>t. l*oih tor the buyer and seller, and. irom the preset t date, shall do business upon the above priiio pie. But in bidding adieu to to the old s)>ten. lie would ref,:rii las sincere thanks to ins custu mer* for their past favors, and hopes that sinb j inducements may l»e offered, both in price Al.j 1 i quality, as to retain them as his customer under 1 the present arrangement. 1 HENRY L. SIMPSON. (Royal Street, thu j I store from King street.) would respectfully call I the attention ot his triend* of the tow u and conn I try to his very extensive stock «*f Boo l's A*u f SHOES, suitable to the present and approa^hii £ season; which,as usual, he offers for sale aftdu living prices. His stock consists m part «»| rt.r following very seasonable articles, \i/ Ladies Morocco and Seal Walking Shows 4* “ Slippers “ Gaiters “ Boots (morocco and seal) Misses and 4’hildren’s B»ots and Shoes Gentlemen * 4’ull, Kipp, and But! Boot* 44 4‘ ;• 44 SllOei; Boys “ and Kipp Boots 44 44 Shoes Youths “ ami “ Boots 44 44 “ Shoes Men’s thick Boots and Brogans. No. 1. !«>i tarn. mg and similar purposes, and in shoi t, e\eiy ai tide usually found in a well stocked Boot a. d Shoe Establishment. Those of my friends, to w hom bill* have been presented, will oblige me by attending to them at as early a date a* possible jy 14 tt CjHOE SPORE—To rny customen, and to the public generally. I return my grateful thanks tor a liberal share of their patronage during the laHt tew years, and by eiuleavoimg to keep on band everything within my line «.f business. I hope to merit a continuance ot their favors. My stock of 4*4H)DS consists in |*ait, as follows: INDIES' WE JR. Whole and halt Gaiters, black Ho do do fancy colored Moiocco and Kid Buskins and Nlippei* Ho Seal Walking Shoes. MISSES, JND CHILDRENS WE JR. Black Morocco Boots and Slippers Fancy Gaiters Bronze and light-colored Slippeis and Buskins GENTLEMENS WE JR. French calf skin stitched and pegged Boots Gaiters, Monroes, .letiersons, and Slippers. Together with all other varieties and qualities of work worn by gentlemen. HOYS JND YOUTHS' Boots and Shoes, warranted to give satisfaction, and on as liberal terms, (quality considered,) «• in any other bouse in town. Tome and examine for yourselves. oct 27 RICHARD Y. CROSS. ATTENTION ALL.—The undersigned most re*|>ectfully calls the attention ot the citi zens ot Alexandria, and other* visiting the city, to their laige assortment of B<Hfl S am> MH >K>, an w 4; A ITERS, and MISSES ash 4'HILHKEN SHOES, which they offer on terms a* lesson* hie a* at any other establishment m the cit) As most of theii work is made under theii im mediate superintendence, they can warrant s lor durability. N. B.— We would most respectfully cal! the attention of the public to our tall stock <»! woik, which is very large, such as KIP and 4‘OAKnE BOOTS and SHOES, which we are deiei mined to sell low for cash. AII order* tor work will receive the strictest attention. JNO. L. SM IT’H A S4>N. Fail lax »t, sep t>—tt 4 doors north ot King street. CHINA, OLASK, KARTIIKNU' A KB, ININ4* and 'I KA SETS.— I*tench Porce lain '.ii.l 'l’.ia Sul. 11I.tin ululit gold band, and richly decorated and gilded, also, English White Granite Dinner Sets, siijtenoi quality; White Granite Toilet Sets, with a \a riety of fancy sets, richly decorated Va^es. a lull sujqdy. constantly on hand. 1 mo‘24 R H MILLER. YI J IN I Mr W' GLASS.---A lull supply, cun’* y y prising a large assortment of si/.es tr< n 8 X 10to3U X f»0 inches, now on band nl constantly lor sale by R. H. MILLER. 1 mo. ‘J3 | T \ODB|.E THICK FRENCH WINDOW J / GLASS.—A small assortment ot heavy double thick French W'indow Glass, tor Store Windows, Show Cases, &?., from \2 X I - to 30 X frU inches. Also, a further supply French W’irulow Glass, of ordinary thickness. arnubd sizes and qualities, just received, and tor sab by 8 mo 4 ROBT. H MILLER / 1 AS CHANDELIERS AND FIXING.* — I have juet received some new and hand some styles ot Chandeliers, Hall Pendants. Brac kets. Arc., Ac. (1 mo. V3I R H. MILLER HATS, CAP*, BOKXKTK, Ac. 1 ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY—» W SPRING STYLES OF HATS AT IMF. OLD EMPORIUM OF FASHION.—JitilS HO WKLL respectfully invites the attention ot his friends and purchasei* gmeially. to 1.1- large and well selected stock ot HjiTS. C.tfE.V . open this day. of his own ami Northern main facture. He Batters himself that n | rice «*i I style his stock will compare favorably with this or any other market. To all he would say call and see. ndi 8 rpO THE FASTIDIOUS— jUiUOLD writ 1 introduce hi* beautiful Fall and Winter style of GENTLEMEN’S HATS today. For beauty of style and elegance ol finish they cai - not be surpassed. Remember Alexandrians these HATS are manufactured in your own city, and will compare with any brought here trom the North, both in quality and juice. A 1m*, SLOUCH HATS anh CAPS, in great variety. Call and see. [sep 4—tf] JOHN ARNOLD.^ Belting, steam packing, a*.—The subscribers have for sale Leather and In dia Rubber Belting, of all widths; abo, Steam Packing, and Engine and Hydrant Ho»e. lor »ale at factory prices. T. M. McCORMICK A BR<>, je 18 Theatre Building. WOOL. WOOL!—We wish to purchase Wool of all grades, lor which the highest market prices will be paid, j* 23 HILL, BROWN & PABTLOW.