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TILE GAZETTE. MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1867. SHARP PR AC lToE.—l)K. MOIT ON T1IE WITNESS STAND. The other dav, the venerable Dr. \aleo- j entine Mott was brought up as a witness io one of the New York courts, to prove the , value of some surgical services, wheu tue following scene occurred: Mr. Northrop (William W ) counsel for defenda..t — ilow loog have you been in prae- | tico, Dr. Mott? Di. Mott—Do you ask that out of curi osity or as ?i piece of impertinence? 'lUe Court (Judge Slosson)—On, we all kn >\v Dr. Mott. D.. Mott (to Northrop)—I have practiced fifty years as a surgeon. Pray, how long have you as a lawyer? Northrop—Six years. Dr. Mott—1 should think so. (Laughter.) Northrop—Doctor, you uiay go. I have had quite enough of your tucetiousness. Dr. Mott—1 presume you have, and I of your siliy impertinence. - PA RSI NG "EXERCISE. The following letter from Daniel Webster is selected as one of the finest specimens of a finished composition in the English lan guage. 1. As a model in epistolary style. 2. For simplicity. 3. For grammaticil accuracy. 4. For beauty of thought and expression. 5. For Saxoo words and forms of expression, always predominant in this htan l it’d writer of the English language.— p. |;,>r a religious sentiment, pervadiug a lrank expression on common objects. [This letter we have publish©! before—but it is worth publishing again | Kkhm \d. Oct. 15, I860, 5 o’clock a. m. “ V/ friend.—Whether it be a iavor or an at. »oy ince, you owe this letter to my habit of early rising. From the hour mark ed at the top of the page, y<*u will naturally conclude that my c nipanions are not now engaging my attention, as we have not ca!euiared on being early travellers to-day. “ l'iii- city has a “pleasant seat." It is high: the J lines nver rune below it; and when 1 went out an hour ago, nothing was heard out the roar of the tails. The air is tranquil, and its temperature mtid. It is morning, and a morning sweet and reireshing aod delightful. “Kvcryb <dy knows the morning in its me taphorical sense, applied to so many occa sions. The health, strength, and beauty of early years, lead us to call that period tho “morning of life." Of a lovely young wo man, we say, ‘she is as bright as the morn ing;" and no une doubts why Lucifer is called ‘son of the morning.’ “But the morning itself, few people, inhab itants of cities, know anything about.— Among all our good people, notone in a thous and sees the sun rise once in a year. They know* nothing of the morning. Their idea of it i>, that part of the day which conies along after a cop of tea or piece of toast. AVith them, morning is not a new issueingof light, a new bursting forth of thesuu, a new waking up of all that has life from a sort of temp rary death, to behold again the works of (aod, the heaven and the earth. It is on ly a part of ti»o domestic day belonging to leading newspaper®, answering notes, send ing the eh.id.h n to school, and giving orders lor dinner. The first streak of light, the earliest j urpling ot the East, which the lurk spring un to greet, and the deeper and deep er coloring into orange aod red, till at length the glorious suu is seen, ‘regent ot day’—this, they never enjoy, for they never see it. “Beautiful descriptions of rooming abound in all languages, but they are strongest per haps in the East, where the sun is frequent ly the object ot worship. King David speaks of taking to himself ‘the wings of the morn ing.” This is highly poetical and beautiful. The urines of the mortdug are the b«*aius ot the rieiuK ?\7 r<*'.U ,Su“ °f Ki-tueousnees shall arise with healing in his wings’—a morning that shall scatter life and health and joy throughout the Universe. Milton has fine descriptions of the morning, but n<>t so many as Shakspeare, from whose writings pages of the most beautiful imagery, oil founded on the giory of the morning, might 1 filled. “1 never thought Adam had much the ndvantngeof*us for having seen the world when it was new. The manifestations of the power of U*od, like his mercies, i:ro ‘new every meriting, and fresh every moment/— AVe see as fine risings of the sun as Adam ever saw: aud its ridings are as much a mir acle now as they were in his days, and I think a great deal mere so; because it is now n part ot the miracle, that for thousaads auu thousands ot years he has come to his ap pointed time without the variation of the millionth part ot a second. Ad uni could not tell how this might be. “1 know the morning; I am acquainted with* if, and I love it. I love it. fresh and sweet as it is—a daily new creation break ing forth, and calling all that have life and breath and being to new adoration, new en joyments, and new gratitude. “As ever, your f riend, “DANIEL WEBSTER.” *«- A Cara to tli« L.aaie»,»»hr. J. Plponcu's tioLDKX Tuuow* al Tills, for Female*. Infallible iu correcting irregularities, and removing o\> \ MriK‘tk>n< from whatever cause. Thi< iU>U’ lunifd (iuLDLN T ILLS' have l*e»*u used in the priialc practice of pr. Duponco for over thirty year*, with unparalleled sure*** in almost ev**ry case. and it i* only tit ib* enrouat solicitations of thonnuids »i Latlitw wh<* haveM2cr*eeiullj used that he is itulu<f<t to juake them public bv appointing ajo-ufa nnd advertising them. r that all who may be sufTWiny tr>>m the aU>ve complaints may find in the above PILLS relish and a permanent cure. Consequently b»* has appoiuted *»') > ai'^eiit iu every city and town iu the Luioii, where these . .1 ILLS may tv 'brained. .N. 15. Tli* *v a retimes when married ladies must not use i theta, kr particular* see direc tion* in the box. Trice £! per U>x. Sold by all the Druggists in Alexan- j dria ami tb» United States. At proprietor's prices, by | TKKL * STKVKNS. No. 5V.I. King street. Aiex’tt . Va.. | Who will send them to any part of the city or county on ivetupt ot $1, through Alexandria l ost Office. _ i" '■'•zr} y____ „ __ A PERFUMED BREATH—What lady or gentlemen would remain under the curse of a disagieeabic breath, w hen by using the “Balm ok a T nut sa>i» Fjlowaks” asa dentrifice would not only render if sweet but leave the teeth white as alabaster' Many persons do not know their brent1 is had, and t&eiiibject is so delicate then Iriends will never mention it. Pour a single d:op j of ••Balm” on your tooth brush and wash the teeth night and morning. A fifty cent bottle j will last a year. A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may easily j be acquired by using the “Balm ok a 1 Hot sand Flowkks.” It will remove tan. pimples and freckles from the skin, leaving it of a soft and roseate hue. Wet a towel, pour on two or three drops.and wash the fare night and morning. SHAVING MADR EASY.—Wet your shav ing brush in either warm or coid water, pour on two or three drops of “Balm or a Thousand i Flowfrs." mb the beard well, and it will make ! a beautiful soit lather, much facilitating the ope ration of shaving. Price only Fifty certs. Be ware of counterfeits None genuine unless signed by W. P. FETKIDUE * CO. Franklin Square, New York, j New York. s*p ‘24—eo<$m C1ARRIAGKS. CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. ' / 1 have now on hand. fifty-six of the lightest, finest and mostiashionableCARRIAGES, BUG- ^ GIES. AND RfX KAWAYS everofiered for sale j j in this city, end persons intending to purchase are invited to call and examine before purchasing I elsewhere, as they cannot tail to select Irom my j stock on the mo-* favorable term*. Also on i hand, ten second hand Carriages, lor tale, very ; ^ cheap Be particular as to the number of the i buiMid**. No 109. Penn, av., corner of 4| street, * Washington. D. C. THOS. YOUNG, j Washington, nov 10—2aw*2m AFRICAN GUANO, juit received and lor ] sale by [ip lb] F0V\ LE & CO. IV R. R. R.-4UDWAYS READY RE LIEF Remedies have been before the public so long, have performed so many miraculous cures, hav e restored so many thousands of weak, feeble, and dying invalids to robust health, have protected whole neighborhojds from sudden at tacks of raging pestilence, have been tested and tiicd wi*n the most astonishing success in the mo»t difficult cases that hospital practice and the prevalence of Yellow Fever, Spotted Fever, Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever. Billioua Fever, Pneumonia Cholera, and other malignant disor ders could furnish, and that, too, by the most celebrated Physicians and Medical Writers in this country, among whom we may mention the names oi Page, Stone, Gillen. Francis, Lambert, GrifFen. Hopkins, and many others well known to the people, and have restored track to life per sons who were dying, and had been given up by all the doctors of merit in the places where tnev lived, that we deem a short reference to each of the Three Simple Remedies we use in the R R. R , practice sufficient to warrant the | sick, the ailing and the diseased, to give these life-saving and Ready Remedies a fair trial. I. RAHWAY'S HEADY RELIEF, lor all | purposes where the body is seized with pain. whetner itbt of a simple character, or the most torturing paroxysm; whether it be Toothache or ( holera: whether Headache or Spasms and Cramps; whether aches or pains in the bones or joints, shoulders or back, or the more terrible oi j spasms of Neuralgia; whether in the bowels or ‘ joiuts, he.»d, back, or stomach, Radway'8 Ready Relief will in a few minutes restore the most terribly afflicted to ease and comfort. II. KADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOL* VENT is for the cure of all Chronic and old es tablished diseases; of Humors, Skin Diseases, Scrofula, Bronchitis, Bad Coughs, Dysp-psia, Syphilis. Sores. Ulcers, Tumors, Nodes, Swel | lings, hadway's Renovating Resol vent has cured | the most frightfully afflicted objects, who were covered from neau to ioor wim jdvus, wiw, anu Ulcers. Even when the human body was so frightfully mutilated by the lava ot disease as to render it necessary that the leper should be | banished irom the presence ot society, and be j kept in separate apartments, as the havoc which disease had made in the human body was so dis gusting as to shock and sicken the senses ot the most intimate friends, Radway s Renovating Resolvent has given to such objects new and healtnv bodies, and tilled the veins with a fresh, pure and healthv stream ot blood. HI. RADWAY’S REGULATORS.—The dis ^ coverv of this last great remedy> establishes in medicine entirely new principles, w hich medi cal writers and sages have tor years in vain 1 sought to discover. In Radway s Regulators wre | give to the world a cathartic, purgative aperient, diuretic, diaphoretic, and at>ove ail a Rtgulator 1 of the whole human body. A pill that, w hile it purges from the body the j refuse deposits, it heals all sores, ulcers, or irri I tation in the bowels or mucuous membranes. ■ Renewed strength follows every operation, and instead ot the patient growing weaker by their evacuations, as is the result that lollows all drastic pills, every organ, nerve, and tissue ot the body is strengthened bv their healing, cleans ing and regulating ethcacy: The use ol Radw’ay s Regulators will dispense entirely w ith that bane ful drug Calomel, Blue Pill, or Mercury, in any form ; all the good effects either “thedoctor" or ! the patient expects to derive from the use ot Mercury will be secured by Rad way s Regula tors, without endangering the system by salivat ing it. Hence the great important advantage which the discovery of Radway’s Regulators secures to the human race, in sudden attacks of Yellow Fever, Typhus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Con gested, Biilious, Rcmittant,and Intermittant Fe vers. In Cholera, Dysentery, and all other in fectious and malignant maladies, Radway’s Re gulators are just the remedy required in those malignant cases. They heal all sores and ul Crrs either in the bowels or on the coat of the stomach; even if the whole intestines were raw* and ulcerous along the whole length of the I bowels, they will not irritate or occasivn any pain ; they expel quickly all poisonous and in fectious deposits, and will, as soon as dissvlved in the stomach, withdraw the congested and ac cumulated humors from the interior surface of the bowels, and expel all such humors entirely from the system. Another great influence they exert upon the systi^tii is i*1tc*cr powti81 rso mattei whether it be a man or woman, whose system may be out ot order, whose or.ane are irregu lar, in the natural performance of their several duties, a dose cr tw o of Rad way's Regulators will quickly cure all irregularities, and force a pleasant and natural evacuation from the bowels at a regular hour, each and every day. FEVER AND AGUE CURED—Pierson Money, esq., of Carrollton, Mias., owns a large plantation, and works over cue hundred negroes ! on the bottom lands ot Mississippi—a section | of country as celebrated for Fever and Ague as ' the rivci Styx in ancient mythology w’as dread i ed as a place invested with evil spirits. While the negroes of other planters are shaking to I \A-irb jiu-iip .’iprwoii Mmiev's udaikies are I —-—c* -7 - ¥ fat, hearty, and happy, at work, singing with joy their song* and gfees, tor they feel sale from all diseases as long as They have Radway's Rea dy Relief to guard them. Not one hour's work has been lost on Mr. Money's plantation by sick ness silica began the use oi Radway's Ready Relief and Regulators 3tf?ong his negroes. On every plantation where Radway’s Ready Reme dies are kept lor the use ot families and servant*. | you v\ill be sure to find health, happiness and contentment. Radway's Relief and Regulators are positive cures tor Fever and Ague, Dysentery. Bilious ii»-fcia, Cholic, Headache. Rheumatism, Nervous ness, CosUvenese, Dyspepsia. Indigestion, and other diseases ot the Stomach, Lungs. Bowels, Kidneys, Nerves, Brain, Liver, Head, Heart, Chest,Sides, Baok,\c. DYSENTERY.—Looseness of the Bowels, Painful Discharges, Cholera Morbus, Cholera, Cramps, Violent Purgings and Vomitings, are stopped in a short time by Radway's Relief. Radxcuy 4r Co 't promise to th* Public. 1st.—Radway's Ready Relief, used either in ternally or externally, when the system is seized with pain, no matter where it may be seated, or w hat its cai>e may be, a dose or an application will remove it. Radv\ ay's Regulators (Pills.) taken In doses oi one to six. w ill, when the system is disordered, and in a sick and weak con dition, or when the organs are irregular or deianged, or in any manner out ot order, force a healthy, and regular action to the disordered organs, and expel fiom the body all unhealthy deposits 3d—Radway’s Renovating Resolvent will rid the body from all chronic deposits of disease, the skin trom eruptions and sores, the blood trom humors and impurities, the system from Scrolula and disease Last, though not least —If you w ill keep the above Remedies in your home* you need not fear the rm*t terrible pestilence or levers. RADWAY CO. For sale in Alexandria, by H- COOK Ik CO., General Agents, Sarepta Hall, King street. oct 99—-eo3m 'ALL SUPPLY OF WALL PAPER.—J ^ P. CI^AKKE, is now in receipt of his FALL SUPPLY of Gilt, Velvet, Satin, Oak, and Common Wall Papers, Borders, Fire Boards, Prints and Paper Curtains. 1 invite persons in want of these Goods, to cal! and examine them, as 1 have the largtst Stork of Goods, in my line ever offered in this city. All pt which will be sold a* low as they can be had here or else where. Call at J. P. Clarke’sCurtain and Paper Hang, ing Store. No 158, King street. sep 20 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.—The undersigned are n«»w receiving direct from Messrs. F. Bar reda & Bro., agent* for the Peruvian Government, heir usual full supply of the best No. 1 PERU VIAN GUANO, in extra stout bagging, in ex :eiJe/2t order, which they offer to their custo- ! ners at lowest market rate, aug 26—cf FOWLE A CO II T IN DOW GLASS.—847 boxes French f | Window Glass, assorted sizes, just re vived, including a supply ot 6 X 8 for hot beds, *r. R. H MILLER, SON & CO. i 12 mo 2 i t^OR RENT.—The 2d and 3d floor of the 1 WAREHOUSE, No lO.South Union street. , tppfy to LOUIS E. GREEN, dec 18—dkr Sect. Corn Exchange. JLOTTKRY ADVKRT11EMEHTS. SWAN a CO S LOTTERIES!—(authorized by the State of Georgia.) Southern Milita ry Academy, Class N, to be drawn in tke city of Mobile, Alabama, in public, on Friday, January 30/A, 1857, on the Plan op Single Numrers. John Huktel and W. W. McGuire, esqs , Corn's. 30,000 Tickets—3,307 Prizes! Nearly one Fnze to every nine Tickets! BRILLIANT SCHEME: 1 Prize ol $25,000 is $25,000 1 “ 10,00U is 10,000 I “ 10,000 is 10,000 1 “ 10,000 is 10,000 1 “ 4,000 is 4,000 1 “ 1,000 is 1,000 1 “ 1,000 is 1,000 10 prizes of 200 are 2,000 90 “ 100 are 9.000 100 “ 70 are 7,000 100 “ 50 are 5,000 3,000 “ 40 are 120,000 3,307 Prizes amounting to.$204,000 Whob Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 50. The iirst 307 Prizes are decided in the usual manner. The 3,000 Prizes of $40 will be determined by the last figure of the Number that draws the $25, 000 Prize, For example, if the Number drawing the $25,000 Prize ends with No. 1, then ail the Tickets where the number ends in 1 will be en titled to $40. Jf the Number ends with No. 2, then all the Tickets w here the Number ends in 2 w ill be entitled to $4C,and so on to 0. Certificates of Packages W’ill be sold at the following rates, which is the risk : Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, $60 “ “ 10 Half “ 30 “ “ 10 Quarter “ 15 Plan op Swan k Co.’s Lotteries. 30,000 Numbers corresponding with those on the Tickets, are placed in one wheel. The Prizes are placed in another wheel. A Number is drawn from the Number wheel, and at the same time a Prize is drawn from the other wheel. The prize drawn is placed against the number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the prizes are drawn out. IN ORDERING TICKETS. Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered, on receipt ef which they will be forwarded by first mail. The list of drawn Numbers and Prizes will be I sent to purchasers immediately after the draw ; in£ I CP Purchasers will please write their signa tures plain, and give their Post Office, County, and State. CZT Remember that every prize is drawm.and payable in full without deduction. CP All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im mediately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential. Prize tickets cashed or renewed in other tick ets at either office. i Orders for Tickets or Certificates can be ad dressed either to S. 8WAN k CO., Atlanta, Ga, or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Atlanta, Ga., dec 29—dtJan30_ Maryland lotteries for janu ARY, 1857.—R. FRASCE * CO., Man agers. Draw’ingu conducted under the superin tendence of the State Lottery Commissioner.— Prizes paid as soon as drawn. A Grand Mary land Lottery on the Havana Plan. Grand Consolidated Lotteiy of Maryland—-Extra Cl ass i 1, to be drawn in Baltimore, Md., on Saturday, | January 31#/, 1857. j 20,000Tickets!—1,000 Prizes! IntbeseLot 1 teries every Prize must be draw n by some one, 1 as all the Prizes are drawn out of the w’heel. CP T. H. Hubbard k Co are authorized by the Managers to fill all orders. — scheme.— 1 prize of....$42,500 1 prize of. 12.300 1 prize of. 10,000 2 prizes of. 5,000 2 prizes of. 2,000 2 prizes of. 1,500 2 prizes of. 1,000 189 prizes of. 20U approximation prizes : 4 of.. .$150 Approx. $42,500 4 of_100 “ J 2,300 4 of_90 “ 10,000 8 of_ 80 “ 5,000 8»f.70 “ 2,000 8 of.... 60 ‘J 1,500 8 of_50 “ 1,000 756 of_ 10 “ 200 1,000 prizes.$132,600 Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2 50. BRILLIANT SCHEME. Grand consolidated lottery of MARYLAND—Class C, to be drawn in Baltimore, Md., Saturday, January 24/A, 1S57. SCHEME. 78 Numbers—15 Draw’n Ballots. 1 prize ot $60,000 1 prize of 29,980 2 prices of 10,000 4 prizes ot 5,000 8 prizes of 2,500 100 prizes ot 1.000 339 prizes of 300 63 prizes of 100 63 prizes of 80 126 prioueis of 60 6.363 prizes of 40 29,295 prizes of 20 36,365 prizes, amounting to $1,202,000 Wholes $20; hlvs. $10; Qnar $5; Eights $2 50. Certificates ot packag's 26 whole tickets,$265 00 J)o do 26 half do 134 50 Do 4° 26 quarter do 66 25 Do do 26 eighth do 33 12 All orders for tickets and packages in any of the Maryland Lotteries, will receive prompt attention, and the drawing mailed to all purcha sers immediately after it is over. Address T H. HUBBARD A CO., Np. 39 Fayette-st., or Box No. 40, dec 22—(ltd Baltimore, Md. IJORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY, Class 23, to be drawn in the city of At lanta. Georgia, in publip, pn Tuesday, January 20/A, 1857, on the plan of ISisole KpupERp. 3 0,00 0 TICKET?—3,307 PRIZES I NEARLY ONE PRI&K TO EVERY NINE TICKETS. BRILLIANT SCHEME! 1 prize of $25,000 is $25,000 1 prize of 10,000 is iO,OuO 1 prize of 10,000 is 10,000 1 prize of 10,000 is 10,000 1 prize of 10,000 is 10.000 1 prize of 4,000 is 4,000 1 prize of 1,000 is 1,000 1 prize of 1,000 is 1,0U0 10 prizes pf 200 are 2,0<*0 OO prizes of 1,00 are 9,000 100 prizes of 70 are 7>000 , l<iO prj7.es of 50 are 5,000 3,000 prizes 01 40 are 120,000 3,3o7 prizes amounting to. ...$204,000 Whole Tickets $1U. halves $5, quarters $2.50. The first 307 Prizes are decided in the usual manner. 3,000 Prizes of $40 w ill be determined by the last figure of the Number that draws the $25,000 Prize, For example, if the number drawing the $25,000 Prize ends with No. 1, then all the Tick ets where the number ends in ! will be entitled to $40 If the number ends with Na. 2, then si! the Tickets where the Number ends in 2 will be entitled to $40, and so on to 0. Certificates of Packages w ill be sold at the following rates. W’hich is the risk: Certificates of Packages, 10 wle. tickets, $60 00 Do do do 10 half do 30 00 Do do do 10 quarter d.o 15 00 Address orders for tickets or certificates 01 packages of tickets either to S. SWAN & CO., Atlanta. Ga., or S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery.Aja.^dec^ 18—dtJan 20_ MANASSAS GAP RAILROAD—Passen gers and Freight will be transported as isual, from Alexandria to Woodstock, without nterruption. dec 3—dtf^ KT OTIC E.—The undersigned notifies the pob F\ Lc that he continues to CUP and LEECH. L WM H. DEVAUGHN, dec 19 No. 210, King street^ LOTTERY ADVERTISEMENT. SPLENDID SCHEMES, To lie drown ot Wilmington, Delaware, IN JANUARY, 1857. To be drawn under the Superintendence of Commif noners appointed by the Gove miff. GREGORY * MAURY, Managers. 50,335 DOLLARS!!! LOTTERY for the benefit of the State of Del aware, Class I, lor 1856, to be drawn at umington, Del., on Saturday, January loth, 1857. 75 number Lottery—12 drawn ballots. BRILLIANT SCHEME. 1 gr'd prize $50,335 4 prizes of $6,000 1 spJ’d do 30,000 4 do 4,000 1 prize of 20,000 5 do 2.5<»0 1 do 15.000 200 (Low. 3 No.) 500 3 prizes of 10,000 &c., &c., &c. Tick s $15; h!fs. $7.50; quar. $3.75; eigh. $1.87 j Certificates ol packags. 25 wle tickets. $-00 '00 Do do 25 half do 100 00 Do do 25 quar. do 50 00 Do do v5 eigh. do 25 00 3S.000 DOLLARS! LOTTERY for the benefit of the State of Delaware, Class 6, for 1857, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, Sunuury 17th, 1857. 75 number Lottery—12 drawn ballots. BRILLIANT SCHEME! 1 prize of $38,000 1 prize of 2,583 1 do 20.000 2 do 1,000 1 do 1S,0U0 50 do 500 1 do 10,000 113 (Low. 3 Nos.) 300 1 do 5,000 bic. &c., bt c., Whole Tickets $lu—Halves $5—Quar. $2 50. Certificates ol packag’s. 25 whole tickets$140 UC Do do 25 naif do 70 00 Do do 26 quarter do 35 00 70,000 DOLLARS! T OTTERY lor the benefit of the State of | j Delaware,Class K, for 1857, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday. January 24/A, a u r n 1 ut/ # • 78 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots! MAGNIFICENT SCHEME. 1 gr‘d. prize $70,000 4 prizes of $5,000 1 do 30,900 5 do 3,000 1 do 30,000 50 do 1,000 1 do 20,000 218 do 650 1 do 10.000 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets$20; hlvs. $10; qrs.$5; eighths, $2.50. Certificates of packag's 26 whole tickets $270 00 do do 26 half do 135 00 do do 26 quar's do 67 30 do do 26 eighth do 33 75 37,500 DOLLARS! I OTTERY for the benefit ol the State of j Delaware, Class 17, for 1857, to be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware, on S(Uuniuy} Januury 31st, 1857. 75 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots. SPLENDID SCHEME. 1 prize«of $37,500 1 prize of $2,878 1 do 20,000 20 do 1.000 1 do 10,000 20 do 600 1 do 7,500 40 do 300 1 do 5,000 199 do 200 1 do 4,000 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets $10—halves $5—quarters $2 50. Certificates ol packag's 25 whole tickets $130 00 Do do 25 half do 65 00 Do do 25 quarter do C2 50 BF’ORDERS for Tickets and Shares and Cer tificates of Packages in the above Splendid Lot teries, will receive the most prompt attention, and an account of eaefi drawing will be sent immediately after it is over to all who order from me. Address, P. J. BUCKEY, Agent, dec 29—!m Wilmington. Delaware HARDWARE, CUTLERY, <fcc. C\ M. CASTLEMAN—Late of the firm of •p English A Castleman, at the old siand. King 6treet,corner Market Aliev, wholesaleand retail dealer in American and English Refined Bar and Sheet IRON, Cast, Shear, and Spring Steel. Elliptic Springs, Carriages and Cart Axles Blacksmith's Bellows, Anvils. Vices, Ac. A general assortment of the above named ar ticles will be kept constantly on hand, together with other articles too tedious to mention. Id?** Merchants and consume! 8 are respectful ly invited to cal! and examine my stock before purchasing. Orders will be promptly attended to. nov 13 JAMES A. ENGLISH, Importer and Deal er in HARDWARE. CUTLERY, Ac., No. 13, North Fairfax Street, has now on hand a large and well selected stock of TaBLE AND POCKET CUTLERY, which he is prepared to offer at low prices. Those in want of any goods in his line, will do well to call. Remember his place is No 13. North Fairfax-st. nov 11 TO BLACKSMITHS.—1 have now on hand a good slock of BELLOWS, ANVILS, VICES, SCREW PLATES, SLEDGE and HAND HAMMERS, and FILES and RASPS. JAMES A. ENGLISH, nov 11 No. 13, North Fairfax street. JAMES A. ENGLISH— Dealer in BAR IRON, apd STEEL, ol ail kinds—is now ■ . C 1 I % • + 1 1 A 4l_ prepared 10 jin oruers in iur nuv\r nut*, «ii me lowest price, at hi« Hardware Store, No. 13, North Fairfax street. nov 11 Hardware and cutlery?—Recent additions to my assortment, makes it very complete. Those in want or very superior Ax es, in particular, should give me a call. RICHARD L. CARNE, Jr, nov 27 60 King street, cor. of Fairfax. HOLLOW WARE.—Just received per schr. Damsel, a large addition to my former assortment of Pots, round and ovai Ovens, Skil lets, Griddles. Fire Dog*, Wagon Boxes, extra Leids.Ae. RICHARD L. CARNE, Jr., nov 27 60 King street,cor. of Fairfax. I^T OTICE, NO. 2.—On the firs* ot September J^j last, we gave notice of the dissolution ot our copartnership, and requested all indebted to us to come forward and settle their accounts.— We regret to say that but few have responded, and hence the occasion lor this second notice We do not wish to incur expense ourselve-. nor to impose costs upon others, but our necessities compel us to collect what is due us. in order to bg able to meet our own liabilities. We there fore again inosi earpestly appeal to our friends to come forward, and close their accounts with out further delay. nov 19—tf ENGLISH A CASTLEMAN._ STILL GREATER INDUCEMENTS at the new Paper Hanging Store, Ao. 149 JCine street, t\co doors above George White's Jiarlxcm Store, where maybe seen the largest stock of PAPER HANGINGS, of foreign and domestic j manufactures, ever in store in this city, and . which I respectfully offer to the citizens of Alexandria, at the lowest possible prices. Per sons from the country in search ol bargains will find it to their interest to give me a call be fore purchasing elsewhere, since the goods hav- 1 ing been bought to great advantage myself, I can afford purchasers the same inducements, my 1—t# JEFFERSON TACKY. Highly improved concentrated COMPOUND F I R E anp W A T E R PROOF COMPOSITION FOR ROOFING — The great superiority of this Compound Roof- ' ing Material, is its cheapness, duiability, and I security against heat and cold. Its extraordi nary advantages against the action of the ele- | meiUs will, by trial, satisfy the most credulous. The particular attention of those contemplating building is requested. All orders left at the Soap and Candle Manu factory of John H. Monroe, No. 72, Union street, j will be promptly attended to. ( je in—tf J O. C HOSKINS, Agent. DRAFTS UN ST LOUIS.— Parties wishing j to remit to Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Wis- : consfn, or Kansas, can he supplied with drafts1 Dn St. Louis, which can be cashed in most parts ; j of the interior of the States named above. 10mo3 _R H. MILLER. I MEXICAN G U A N O.—The undersigned Sole Agents for the sale of MEXICAN NO, in this City, have now on hand a good * tupply of this permanent fertilizer. 3an 27—tf FOWLE A CO. j WOOL purchased by < je Id WHEAT A BRD _GROCERIES,*!). rjlOBAcCO AND SKGARS.— j 115 boxes sup. Cavendish Tobacco, most j favorite brands 125 boxes pound lump, medium grades do 75 “ 5”s, S’s, and 10‘s to the tt>. do ( 25 cases Smoking do 125 boxes Pipes; also, a large and desirable assortment of imported and German Segars, ol 1 the most favorite brands, all of which we offer j to our customers and dealers generally, as low* as can be bought in Baltimore. McVEIGH At CHAMBERLAIN, sep 25 Prince-street Wharf, Alex'a. -r / V BARRELS WHISKEY, part prime 10 do. Brandy 2 £ casks hue Brandy; 5 barrels Gin 5,Qi)0 lbs. Middling and Shoulder Bacon 5 hhds. prime Sugar; 30 boxes Soap; 30 boxes Candles; 30 dozen Buckets; 2U dozen Brooms; 25 bags Rio Coffee ; 10 reams Wrap ping Paper; 20 coils Rope; 10 boxes ground , Coffee; 10 boxes ground Pepper; 3 tierces Rice; 1 J 100 sacks G. A. Salt; 50 sacks tine Salt; 40 'gross Matches; 5 hhds Molasses; 20 nests 1 1 Tubs, (9 in a nest:) 10 barrels Wine; 40 dozen I Demijohns; 1 hamper Wine Bottles. For sale i by W. M. SMITH, j nov 12 No. 8, Prince-street Dock. BAGS Rio and Java Coffee (20 hhds. Porto Rico Sugar 65 bbls. Crushed, Pulverized, and Clari fied Sugars 50 half chests G. P., Young Hyson, and Black Teas 500 sacks Ground Alum Salt 250 “ Fine Salt; Painted Buckets; ; Horse Buckets; Sal Soda; Sup. Carb Soda; Sal .Eratus; Madder; Copperas; Indigo; Starch; | Sperm, Adamantine, and Mould Candles; Brown | and Fancy Soaps; Family and Extra Flour; | Wrapping, Fool’s Cap, and Letter Paper, Ate. ! For sale by D. At S. BLACK LOCK, nov 4 Blacklock's Wharf. Fa BBLS. PRIME FISH NEW MACKE-! ^)\ f REL, Nos. 2 and 3 2o bbls. prime New. White Fish 100 bbls. No. 1 Potomac Herring 75 bbls. new Nova Scotia Herring, all in ' stnr*v and tor sale low bv i GKO. W. HARRISON. j dec 30 Union and Queen street Dork, j 1 1 BBLS. Rectified Whiskey i w "5 bbls. Old Whiskey, (part superior) ! 25 “ New England Run? 20 “ Apple Brandy 15 *• Domestic Brandy 10 “ Gin; 20 casks Malaga Wine; | 20 bbls. Cordial; Pale and Dark French Bran- j dies; Maderia, Sherry, Port, and Muscat W,nes; j Holland Gin, Spirits, and Cherry Brandy; To- j | bacco; Segars, Ac. For sale by D. A S BLACKLOCK, , j nov 4 JRaekioek's Wharf. WHISKEY.—We are this day in receipt of 1 a stock of Whiskeys, consisting in part J of as follows, viz: ( 40 bbls. Rectified Whiskey 10 pure Old Rye do 25 half bbls. superior do i Together with a good assortment of fine Brandies, Wines, Gin, Rum. Ac , by | dec 10 _ POWELL A CO. ! , Til A. BREWJS A GO, are now receiving 1 # per Schrs. W. O, Atwater and Fairfax, from New York, Embark, from Philadelphia, 1 and Steamers Columbia, and Diamond Stale, 1 1 from Baltimore, their usual large anil well selec- 1 ted fall stock of GROCERIES and LIQUORS, ! which they offer for sale at the very lowest cash prices. sep 22 |AA BBI.S. RECTIFIED WHISKEY 1 1UU 50 bbls. Old do 1 5 very superior do 1 10 “ Domestic Brandy 10 quarter casks Frencji Brandy 10 bbls. Apple do 1 5 “ Gin, just received, and for 4 sale by [dec 15] KINCHELOK A BRUIN. 4 J A HHDS. Porto Rico Sugar I 51 bbls. Porto Rico do z 5 hbds. Porto Rico Molasses j 1 50 bags Rio Coffee T 50 boxes Layer and Bunch Raisins, re- : f ceivcd this day. and for sale by ' r dec 12_FLEMING A DOUGLASS. j f *\TEW BACON AND LARD— ; 1,000 lbs. small Family Hams 5,000 lbs. new' Sides o 1,000 lbs, Leaf Lard, just received by the j cars, and for sale by JOSEPH BRODERS, e nov 24 No. S, north Union st., near Ferry Slip, i YEN ISON^—1000 Jbs choice Venison, con- ® sisting of whole Deer, Saddles, and Hams, j * daily expected, and tor sale on arrival, by : MILLER A ENGLISH, dec 11 No. 49, Union street. ; i> AJS1NS. CITRON, Ac—20 whole, halt, i ^ and quarter boxes of fresh RAISINS, CITRON, CURRANTS, ALMONDS: 2 bbls.! pure CRAB CIDER. Received and for sale, bv ! nov 24 DAVY A HARMON. ( rilEAS— * j 40 half chests G. P. Tea, (part very super.) 20 u “ Y. H. do. 25 “ Black do., in store ami for i_ f_iwi ur «iuih /'Tav e. m J oair, u y j »» a* un’u i wn ^ j C1H \MPAGNK CIDER.—A lew bbls. very j s' ) superior, ior sale bf P T. M. McCORMICK A BRO, fi ian 2 Theatre Building, j ei Q/ W v BBLS. NO. l POTOMAC HERRING * 100 do. Nova Scotia do., No. 1, in ^ store and lor sale by j nov 22 WASHINGTON A CO. _ __| II 1 FAMILY FLOUR.—We have in store, a lot i n ^ of superior Patapsco Family Flour, which a1 we will cliK*e out at a very low pric*\ ! fi nov 26 NKVETT A SNOWDEN. T71RGINIA CRAB CIDER—10 hhis prime 11 V Virginia Crab Cider, in store, ami for Sale , ^ by S. SHINN A SON, i * dec 29 No 4. South Wharves, nr C C1HAMPAGNE WINE.—25 baskets genuine a| / Heidsick A Co.'s Champagne, just received per Schr. Fairfax, and lor sale by nov 11—eo.'<m T A. BREWIS A CO q tl RUSH ED AND REFINED YELLOW bi j SUGAR,just received, aid tor sale by dec si PERRY * SON. I I" CASKS OLD JAMAICA RUM, just re- j 1 £ ceived,and for sale by j J nov 26 MARSHALL A WARD. A ~ bois SCL'PPKRNONG WJNE,a very old and ” t) superior article, just received, and for sale - jy [r.ov 25] WASHINGTON A CO. i SEGARS. various brands, and aj »)**•" 'U* / I^rf v*ry superior, dec 15 KINCHELOE A BRUIN. | CJHEESE—New York and Western Cheese, / just received, and for sale by _ dec 27 PERRY A SON. ✓ BACON.—o,000 lbs. Shoulder Bacon, in store V and lor sale by T. A. BREWiS U CO. j ^ nov 28 J ™ OAA SACKS FINE SALT j „ f3wv/ 4i)0 do. G. A Salt, in store and for sale gf >y [nov 22] WASHINGTON A CO. c, C* HHDS. P. R. SUGAR just received, and ^ I) for sal#* by [dec 23] PERRY A SON. nn tGKIClLTLBAb UIPLK i>IEN TK, dtc. ^ A GR1CULTURALIMPLEMENTS —A full P f\_ supply of everything in my line, in the way j ^ )i Corn Sheliers, Cutting Boxes, Corn and Cob a ^rushers of different kinds, Ploughs. Castings, I & kc.,Ac. DRAYTON G. MEADE, B Agricultural Warehouse, No. 12 Fairfax-st. *ri nov 20 , sc DAUSAGF. AND MEAT CUTTERS—Just j " 5 received, a lot of the best Sausage Cutters n the inaikeL DRAYTON G. MEADE. C( dec 10_ No. 12. Fairlax-street. j PUBLIC NOTICE.—All persons who may H be in want this Fall or Winter of STOVES j md Stove Work of any kind, can be accommo- U lated and get bargains such as they have not g< >een in the habit of getting, if they will only r all at ENOCH GRIMES’S, C *ep 1# No. 14, Fairfax street. CLOTHING.___ * M. D. MASS £ Y, Merchant Tailor. would call the attention of a discrimina ting public to his stock of Gentlemen’s wear, just received from the importers at the North, all fresh and beautiful, consisting of— „ Black, blue, brown, and olive French and Eng lish Cloths. Black and tanoy French and English Cassimeres Black Satin and Grenadine \ eatings Fancy Velvet and Silk do. Superior Beaver Cloths, of various colors. A large assoitment of tine Shirts, ( ollan, Cra vats, Neck Ties. Pocket Handkerchiefs. Gloves, Suspenders, Half-Hose, Undershirts, Drawers, and Umbrellas. Also, a tirst rate stock of Ready-Made Over Coats, Frock Coats. Sack Coats, Pantaloons and Vests, all ot w hich will be sold low for cash, or to punctual customers. Thankful tor the encouragement heretofore received, I am determined to spare no pains to give increased satisfaction. Employing none but the best workmen, and using the best Trim mings, always guarantying satisfaction, l invite the public to call before purchasing elsewhere. King street, No. H2._sep 30 IN THE FIELD AGAIN!—GREAT RUSH TO THE GREAT WESTERN CLOTH ING HOUSE.—The Largest Stock of Fall and Winter Clothing!—As it is well known to the citizens of Alexandria and the surround ing country, that we always keep the largest and best stock of CLOTHING on hand, we would remind our numerous friends and cus tomers to come and look at our FALL STOCK, which has just arrived and which surpasses anything ever brought to this city—and equal to any of the Northern houses; and therefore we dely competition. We would aUo call the attention of our I patrons to the fact, That one of the firm, now 1 ving in New York, attends to the making of 1 our stock of CLOTHING, and can therefore recommend them for durability and cheapness. To the trade in general, we would beg leave to observe, that we are at present enabled to supply them on the most reasonable terms, j equal to any establishment North. | ^ We act upon our old motto- —“Quick sales i and small profits.” !1 We consider it no trouble in showing any ot 1 our friends through the establishment, and | therefore advise them to give us a call before < purchasing elsewhere. 1 Also, constantly on hand a large stock of Boys, Youths, and Servants CLOTHING, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. SCHOOLHKRR A BRO S, j I Great Western Clothing House, 10b, King* i street, 3d door below the Marshall House, Alex* i I tndria, Va. sep f> < N'"eW TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT.— NEW GOODS JND NEW PRICES.— J A. S. ROBINSON, having taken the store lately ^ occupied by Wm Baker, No. 102, King street, t 3ne door east ot French’s book store, and fitted 1 j it with a complete assortment ot NEW GOODS, 1 jf the newest styles, would invite his friends and j :he patrons of the late establishment, to call at ( ^ :he old stand and examine his selection, w ichhe has endeavored to make ol the choicest kinds to * ?e found in the b» st importing houses at the c North. Believing it useless to enumerate every fi irticle he has in store, he would merely say, ‘1 Ins aim is to lurnish a complete assortment ot ; p ill kinds of goods for gentlemen’s wrear, either ’ h tor dress or business—and as his mrttto is quick n •eturns and small profits, he hopes to make it an u ibject to h.s tricnds to call and leave their orders, q sep 9—dtf ' w X I T M. ARNOLD, Men hunt Tailor, would ^ y y call the attention ot those interested, to i ^ lis splendid stock of FALL and WINTER ^ jOODS lor gentlemen’s wear, as embracing, in t ^ juality and quantity, the handsomest assortment g< ie has ever had. His .ariety comprises Cloths, «• ^assimerrs. and Vestings, in all shades and pat* fc erns; also, ready made Coats, Pants, and Vests | r >f latest styles: Shirts, (dollars, Gloves, Suspen- i lers. Tailors* Trimmings, &e. Thankful for | >ast favors, he desires to express, thus publicly, I o his friends, his grateful acknowledgements, • ^ md to assure them that w ith increased facilities, i Jj le is prepared te execute all orders in his line j vith true artistic skill. All goods purchased g Isewhere. will be made (as formerly) with eatness and despatch. He solicits at call a No. y 7. King street, north side. sep20 N O. 322.—SERVANTS’ CLOTHING — | » We would respectfully call the attention *r 1 Planters and Farmers, to our stock of REA* t> >Y MADE CLOTHING, believing that great : SI conomy and saving is accomplished by buying ne goods rea»ly made, as they are stronger and P lore substantially gotten up. and have given sa- a sf action to all who have purchased frem us here dore. We enumerate below some of our prices: ^ Heavy Winter Over Coats.$1 00 th “ “ Body Coats. 3 50 ! di; Black Cloth Dress ( wats. 7 50 to Heavy Pants. 1 6U bt Black Cassimere Pants. 3 00 fa Heavy Winter Vests. 1 37 j ^ .Also, on hand a good assortment of BOYS’ j LOTHIN1J. WALI. k STEPHENS, lw io. :129. IVitna. Av„ betwe<*ii 9th and I0th-sts : Washington, sep 13—3m j M SfF.W STOCK— W. i< A MURRAY, Mtr- I 1 chant Tailors, No. 112, next ihxrr fo Mar*ha\l- ( louse, have just opened a judiciously selected . ^ ock ol material for Gentlemens’ wearing ap an.*i, adapted to me season, and bought Irorn rst hands in the city ot New York. Without liimerating very minutely, it may he remarked I ** iat their stock comprises CLOTHS ot every ^ arietv and shade; fancy and plain CASSl- . IERES; VESTINGS, ot every description;!0^ hirts, Collars. Half Hose, Cravats. Suspenders, \ id every other article necessary to a Gentle- ‘ lan's wardrobe; all of which will be furnished ' ar : as reasonable prices as they can be bad at any in rst class house in the country. sep 19—tt IOHN A. KEYS, MERCHANT TAILOR, = having engaged the services of Mr. Rudolph „ [A8SKY, as a (Yttep, would most respectfully J ill the attention of the public to his fine assort- I ent ot FALL GOODS, consisting of Cloths, ne AS8IMEKK8, Vestings, Ac., suitable lor Fall ft id Winter Wear, all of which will be made pa ^ in the finest and most fashionable styles. ' us He would also call attentjou to hi* stock off Y. ENTLKMKN S FURMMHNG GOODS, em- ; aring tine White Shirts; Drawers; Cravat*; } PI ocks; Under-Shifts; Suspenders; Gloves; Hand- gL ^rchiets; Collars; Hall-Hose. Ar mh *->9 j or ^OCK PIECES ot superior BEAVER1 CLOTHS, lor Over Coats, just received.— b. ny one in w ant of a good Over Garment, can ! t it at a moderate price, by calling upon dec 9 W. 1). MASSEY- [U 4 N ADDITIONAL SUPPLY of superior!*^ \ SHIRTS, with i proved yokes, received | va id for «al* hy [dec V] W. I). MASSEY ; wj IE A V Y PANTALOONS GOODS, received tei by Express, just opened, and for sale by ei* nov 3 A. S. ROBINSON j Sp CABINET CHAIR am. SOFA MANU- ! j FACTORY, No. 130, A'ing utreet, Alexan- p la, Va.—Having lately fitted up one ot the 1 mdsomest and most spacious ware-rooms in « city, tor the FURNITURE BUSINESS, I re- j ectfully invite public attention to my large i j nek of Furniture, which I am constantly in- 1 pJ easing. Persons visiting our city will find it to eir advantage to give me a call as the range of y G(X)DS in respect to quality and price, is r_ ich as to cover the w ants and view s of ail.— Tl 'y stock comprises Mahogany Sofas, Rocking. ^ me and Wood seat Sitting (’hairs, Side- ; R iards. Dressing Bureaus, (marble top and plain;) j pr arble top and plain Wash Stands, marble top j gl >fa, Card, Book and fancy 'Fables, Cottage Set, j du ?dsteads. of all patterns; such as high, Field* i §i< g. French, low-post, and Trundle Bedsteads, 1 dr veral patterns of Cottage Bedsteads Hat* cks, Wardrobes, Looking Glasses, and a large ty ljiiberolotherarticlesernbracedinthebusiness. as PT Bed*. Bolsters, Piilow’8, Mattresses, Ac., instantly on hand. de oct 2—tf JAMES H. DEVAUGHN. NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS—All pertorT. Ut \ indebted ?o me for taxes for the years ^ *•*>4 and ’ft), will please call and settle, as Ion* T tr indulgence cannot be given. Office, No. Jj L South Royal street, over the office of Win. Fi . Yeatoo, esq. • w jy 26—eotl H. L. MONROE, D. S. to FIRE INSURANCE NOTICES. rilHE fIre insurance COMPANY of I ALEXANDRIA,continues to insure against f^e, generally, in lown and Country, as nere tofore, on the most reasonable terms. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Anthony P. Govkr, Present. Dwight Metcalf, John B. Dainger^eid, William Gregory, Edward S. Hough, Robert Jamieson, James P. Smith. Thomas R. Keith, Robert G. Violett. William H. Fowle, Thomas McCormick. John H. Brent, f Office hours from 9 to 1$, and from 2$ To 3$ o'clock. C. W. WATTLES, Secretary. Office on King street, near St. Asaph, nov 10—d 1 y __ __ KEMOVAL.—THE POTOMAC INSUR ANCE COMPANY OF ALEXANDRIA have removed their office from Exchange Block, King street, to No. 11, south Fairfax street, next door to J Leadbeater’s Drug Store, where they will be pleaded to receive offers for either Fire or Marine Insurance. President—Samuel Miller. Directors. Wm. N. McVeigh, Robert S. Ashby. Lewis McKenzie, Nathaniel Roush. Cassius F Lee, Benjamin Barton. oct9--tf JOSEPH KACHKs. Secretary. THE ALBEMARLE INSURANCE COMPANY, The Great Central Compaxt ok Virginia. PRINCIPAL OrPICK.CIIARLOTTKSVILLK. YA. Chartered Capital, $400,000. CASH FUND, $125,000. FIRE INSURANCE in Town or Country, and MARINE INSURANCE may be effec cd on the most favorable terms with this Com pany. fc#"-All Losses promptly and satisfactorily ar anged. WM. T. EARLY, Pres't. Jnc. Wood, Jr., Secretary. F. A. MARBURY, Agent for Alexandria, aug 29—tf BOOTS AND SHOKs. 11HE BUSINESS of the firm oi JOHN L. SMITH 4c SON has this day been dissolv 'd. bv mutual consent. All ivrsons in<l*-hre<! in he concern, are requested to make immediate rayment, and ail persons having claims are re [uested to present them lor payment, as the bus ness must be closed up to this dale JOHN L. SMITH, jan 1—tf WM. H. SMITH. The CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED.—The subscriber having tried the credit system, and found bat it will not pay, has concluded to adopt the :ash principle. In lutuie and trorn tins date, le will continue to do business upon the above >rinciple. In bidding adieu to the old system, le would return his thank', to his customers for last favors, and hopes by strict attention and uch inducements as he may offer, to continue t under the new. jan 1—tf JOHN L. SMITH. I THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED—The subscriber, after having tested the cred’t ystem to his heart’s content, has come to the (inclusion that the ('ash System is the best, both >r the buyer and seller, and, from the present ate, shall do business ujion the above pi inci te. But in bidding adieu to to the old system, e would re»"rn his sincere thanks to his cust cr iers tor their past favors, and hopes that such iduccments may be offered, both in price and uality.as to retain them as his customers under ie present arrangement. HENRY L. SIMPSON. (7?oyu/ stmt, third on from King stmt.) would respectfully calL ie attention of his friends of the town and conn y to his very extensive stock of BOOTS and HOES, suitable to the present and approaching >ason ; which, as usual, he offers for sale at fair ving prices. His stork consists in part of the flowing very seasonable articles, viz: adies Morocco and Seal Walking Shoes 44 44 Slippers 41 Gaiters 44 Boots (morocco and seal) [issesaixi Children's Boots and Shot s entlemen's Calf, Kipp, and Bud floor* 44 4 4 i‘ 44 Shoes oys 44 and Kipp Boots 44 44 44 Shoes ouths “ and w Boots 44 “ Shoes fen's thick Boots and Brogans. No. 1, for farm g and similar purposes, and in short, every ar rle usually found in a well-stocked Root and loe Establishment. Those of my friends, to whom bills have been resented, will oblige me by attending to them t as early a date as possible jv 14— tf 1 HOE STORE.—To my customers, and to 1 th** public generally, I return my grateful anks for a literal share of their patronage ring the last few years, and by endeavoring keep on hand everything within my line of isiness, I hope to merit a continuance of their cars. My -took of GOODS consists in part, follow s: LADIES' WEAR. Tiole and half Ga'ters, black Do do do fancy colored orocco ano mu mit-Kins an 1 Nippers I)o Seal Walking SIhws. MISSES, JND CHILDRENS WE JR. ack Morocco Boot6 and Slippers uicy Gaiter* onze and light-colored Slipper* and Buskins, GENTLEMENS WEJR. ench calf skin stitched and |>eggttl Boots litej-s, Monroes, Jeffersons, and Slippers. Together with all other varieties and qualities work worn by gentlemen. ROYS JND YOUTHS iot» and Shoes, warranted to give satisfaction, d an M liberal terms, (quality considered,) as any other house in town. Com* and examine for yourselves. oct 27_ RICHAKI) Y. CROSS. _LUMBER YARD*. LMBER YARD.—We take this method of _J informing our customers, that we have coh ered our LUMBER BUSINESS with the C\AB fKT .MANUFACTORY, where we are pre red to furnish every description of Lumber l, ally found in the moat extensive LUMBh K \RDS. ALSO, Lime. Hydraulic Cement, Calcine*, aister, Laths, Shingles, Bailings, Nails of ail :es, Ac., Ac., which we will sell low for cash, at the usual time to punctual customers. i*n i JAMES GREEN A SON H'iTKKH B. /IMMKHMi * . T. A WalKKS WATERS, ZIMMERMAN A CO., iy.Extensive dealers in Lumber, Shingle*, ths, Ac., on the wharf, foot ol Cameron street, s constantly in the receipt of Building Mate ls, from the States of North Carolina. Penns) 1 nia, N V ork, Maine, and the British Provinces, iich they offer for sale on accommodating ms. Their arrangements with niarmtacturers able them to supply particular bills ol White, ruce, and Yellow Pine, at the shortest notice mh I—tf JEW LUMBER YARD, on (nv/n Street, \ Aorth, betueen foot of Comer on and (jvrtn on the Wharf where 1 ami prepared to furnish pry description of LUMBER. SHINGLES, H’HS, PALINGS, WOOD, Ac.. usually kept a Lumber Yard. Also, Coal, Lime arid .aster. Cement, Nails. Ac., which I offer low' d on accommodating terms, jy 31— tf_U. W. BARKER. jEW AND BEAUTIFUL DISCOVERY > AT BESSEtVS PORTRAIT GJI.IE V. So. 69, Kinft-itrert, jiltianihia —(irrat im ovement in the Ambrotypes, or Pictures on as*, piiin or in colors, surpassing in heautv, rability, artistic effect, and liie like expres m, any style of PORTRAITS ever beloie awn by pencil or light. They are without the glare of a Daguerreo* pe not reversed, and can be seen in any light distinctly as a fine engraving. The beauty of these PICTURES is beyond scription; they must be seen to be appreciated. Specimens only at BENNETT’S, No. 69, A tag ut, where they are taken daily, without regard weather. Exhibition free up IT—Htf T^OR SALE OR LEASE.—A vacant LOT on . the west side ol' Union street, opposite the ih Wharf, 52 feet front by about 140 feet deep . th an alley in the rear 20 feet wide. Apply [let mo *46] R. H MILLER.