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VOl.. I.VIII. MONDAY MORNING, FEWM'AUY 23 1857. , . , N0- 46
Alemu «. ii»»e(te * Virginia AdwurUuer,
PUBLISH BD DAILY BT
KUGAH 9NOWDKH.
At Eight Dollars per annum, payable half yearly.
Aieiaa'a. Gazette * Virginia Advertiser.
(FOR TUI COUNTRY)
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TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
At Five Dollar* per annum, payable in advanoe. i
Tsaus or Advicstlsimo.—Advertisement* not exceeding i
oue aquare, Inserted three times for one dollar. Adver- ,
tieeineut* eontinned after three times, for 50 cents a
ire roa bach iN*B»Xioti iNsrex. or ^6 oeot* OUWID*.— |
Sixteen lines are counted as a square.
Advertisements by the year, at prices to be agreed upon, .
having reference to the usual amount of space they may
Persons advertising bv the year not to advertise article* ,
not included in their regular business, nor to insert in i
their advertisements any other names than their o*u.
M vs*! voss and oaiTuaax Norte**, exceeding live linen,
«i!l he changed for as advertisements._ _
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
HAVING JlT8T ADDED LARGELY TO OL’R
assortment or ^
jM-Embracing ET33.T TAKISTT.we aiv prepared
to execute order* tor the following, with
NEATNESS AND DESPATCH.
PtMPHLKTi BILL IlKADS.
CHttCKs! SCHOOL REPORTS,
CIRCULARS, RAIL ROAD RECEIPTS,
NOTES. APOTHECARIES LABELS,
DILLS LADING, BUSINESS CARDS,
POST HRS, HANDBILLS,
WARRANTS, BONDS. VISITING CARDS, AND
KVKttY DKSCRlPTIua ur rniaxiawi
Kxeeuted upon as r**i\snjiat>lo terms. as at any
C?ri3S SCITH OP T32 POTOMAO.
je&- Office, No. 70 IVince Street, between
Fairf ax and Royal Streets. #ep 8—tf
ORANGE and ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD.
GRtLlT SitUrilEIiN MAIL LIX&
Two daily trains, (Sunday nights^excepted.)
leave A lux anuria, for Richmond, at 7.10, A. M.,
and 8.10, P. M. Fare, $0.00
i4—tf JAMES A. EVANS. Agent
MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD.
4 Texan dkTa and wooikstuck - |
^4 Starting and arrival ot Passenger Trains.
Leave Alexandria at 7.00 o’clock, A. M.
Arrive at UootUtock at 1 o clock, P. M.
Leave Woodstock at 8.30 o clock, A. M.
Arrive at Alexandria, at 2.10o clock, P. M.
sep 1—tf __
)U7 i'VKIMi im» SIMMKK AKKA.N0KMH8l’is -t>o.
ADAMS* EXPRESS COMPANY
INVITE the attention of the public to the |
facilities afforded by this ( ©uipaii) , for the j
,-;Jick and safe conveyance of Specie, Bank i
Notes, valuable packages, heavy and bulky
freight, &«\ .
EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore,
Philadelphia. New York, Boston, Providence,
Hartford. &c., leave our office daily, at 2, P. M.
EXPRESSES for the South, to Richmond,
Fredericksburg. Petersburg, Lynchburg, and tor
.wonts in North C arolina, South Carolina, Geor
tria, Alabama, and Tennessee, leave daily at
*>, P. M. . .
Our EXPRESSES are always accompanied
t,v careful and trustworthy messengers, and the
T public can rely upon all business entrusted to us
bring done with safety, punctuality, and des
* Ratks.—On heavy freight from Baltimore, j
:i7C cents \> IUO lbs.; from Philadelphia, $1;
from New \ ork, $t.f»0.
No packages of goods taken by weight, un
less weighing over 200 lbs. ,
leh 20—tf R. W. FALLS, Agent.
NFW YORK AND W ASHINGTON
EXPRESS THROEGH FREIGHT LISE. ;
Vu >*» York amd
Baltimore SrwAMsmi'afflfWTitfl.
AMD BaLTIMOKK AND OHIO RAILROAD.
1>Y a recent arrangement, WEIGH 1 will be j
) receipted through from New \ ork to Wash
li.gton, ot lour rutn.
A Steamer will leave New \ork, daily, and
Merchants can rely uj*>n getting their goods
irom there in four to five days. For further
«n tor mat ion, appix to
H. B CROMWELL. New A ork,
THUS. H. PARSONS, Washington.
jan 3—ef>3m __ _
WASHINGTON AND ALEX
r-j^S£\NDRIA BOAT.—The steamer
;GORGE WASHINGTON will resume her
regular trips this morning leaving her old W harf,
i^ueen street, at the following houis .
I J*.*ave Alexandria, at 7$, V*, 11, 1^, 3^. and 4$.
^ Leave Washington, at SR 10. 12. 2.J. 4, and SR
leh 17—art JOB CORSON, Captain.
VOH NAuK AXP RKNT.
^ ^ EOR SALE -The commodious DW EL
' aSa 1 l\t; HOCSK, on the corner of Duke and
i Water struts, at present occupied by John Ash
% • » l„ • • ..w„.,!ldnt ntiUir hits lias ami
loru. i» 1 T>
Water_and would suit admirably tor a Hoard
infebX.. AP^>WLK.SNOWnKN 4 C0_
IlOR KENT.—The property, on the Southern
1 suburb of the City, long and favorably
known an YEATES S GARDEN. Onthe prein
Mises are a large and commodious HKK K
OWKI.UNU. with nil necessary out
Houses. including Dairy*; extensive GREEN j
HOUSES, Nurseries. Ac., Ac. 1 he whole quan- I
utv ot land, within the enclosures, is about
TWENTY-THREE ACRES.
To a goon tenant, the terms will be made ac
« nmuodating. and possession given at once.
Apply to EOWLE, SNOWDEN A CO.,
Ml 13_^ No 8. South Royal street
FOR RENT—The large three story
CglijKRlCK WAREHOUSE,on Union street.
iTm.t u'.g on the Railroad, at present occupied by
i i >! I. Brown and Part low. Possession given on ,
1 th of February. 18*r>7. .«t»tvt^
TStf Also, the three story BRICK. WARE
HOUSE, on Prince street, adjoining Hill,
H;own \ Partlow. second house trom the Rail
road The two may be used together, as they
have a small yard in connection in the rear.
Apply to SAMUEL MILLER,
dec II—tf Potomac Insurance Office.
, A FOR SALE OR KENT—The uuder
•mLil signed are authorized to sell, or rent for a
t**iii) ol years. the lollow ing property belonging
to Mrs. Harriet V. Ladde. The laige BRK K
HOU>F, on Water street, between Queen and
P> mcess streets, recently occupied as a Hotel by
Mr White, together with two lots adjoining
'■aid House, each fronting about 30 feet on W ater
"treet. upon one ol which there is now a Ten
Pm Alley. The House and lots w ill be disposed
ot either together or separately/ Terms easy.
,an in—eotf MONROE A FUNSTEN.
J«± FOR KENT—The BRICK STORE
«iJlHOU>K. corner Union and Prince streets,
at present occupied by Mr. Isaac Paul, a good
s’1 and ior the Grocery and Commission busi
ness. Possession given 23d March.
WATERS, ZIMMERMAN A CO.
jan 7—eotf
JrA FOR SALE —Two desirable two story
JUbRIUK HOUSES, on Fairfax street, near
the First Presbyterian Church. Apply to
mhHL-Uwrf JOHN L. PASCOE.
AY7 IN DOW GLASS —200 boxes 8 X 10
fr French Window* Glass, just received.—
On hand, a general assortment ol all sizes French
Glass, lor sale by the box or at retail.
Orders lor French Crystal or French Plat*
Glass, of any size, furnished at short notice.
10 mo 3 R H. MILLER, M>N A CO.
a
Bl SI NESS CARDS. __
THOMAS S. JAMIESON,
MACH IN 1ST' and IRON FOUNDER,
Corner of Royal asd Wilkk streets, .£0 1
IS PREPARED to execute orders tor ST A- *
TIONARY STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers,
Pumps, Fuus, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill
Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing, C olunins anu
Girders, Gas or Water Pipe, aud MACHINERY
of every description. Superior CASTINGS
made to order at short notice, and on reasonable
terms. On hand, several STEAM ENGINE1*,
eight horse power, and eight or ten LAlHhS,
to which the attention of those in want is re
quested. _ mh *^> ly
ISAAC ti.vrw 1SLL. WM. s. MOORS.
ENTWISLE & MOORE, Union Street, Alex
andria, Mac hi justs and Blacr-Smiths, are
prepared to do all work in then line, at reasonable
prices, and with despati h.
Having made arrangements with Messrs Smitn
A Perkins, for the use of their extensive assort
ment of Mill-Gearing Patterns*they are prepared
to hi! all orders for Mill-Gearing, and W ork con
nected therewith, promptly, aud at the lowest
rates. ;
List of patterns forwarded, when requested, by
mail. __!
^OUTHERN_MAN UFACTSJ RES!
E AIK VIEW COTTON YYOliKS,
NKAK TUK CANAL BASIN. ALEXANDRIA, >A.
FITZPATRICK A BURNS,
Pioprieturs and Manufacturers of
COTTON YARNS, SAIL TWINE,
CARPET CHAIN, CORDAGE,
WRAPPING TWINE, COTTON BATS.
tF* A good assortment of these articles who
on hand and ready for delivery, to which we call
the attention of merchants and dealers in these
GOODS, which we are selling at Northern prices,
sep 7—eotf I. & B.
C. J. WISI. L *• ®**SJ!*.
11INE GROUND PLASTER, 2240 pounds
a__ irrmmd and tor
s*[e by WISE & GREENE, at the Franklin
Steam Aulis, Alexandria, Va. Calcined Plas-i
ter always on hand.
yy Counting Room, Union street. No. — 2nd
story over I). S. Gw i u's Commission Store,
my 5—dly
STEPHEN SHINN & SON, Grocers, Com- ^
mission and Forwarding Merchants, dau
nt y’a Wharf. Liberal advances made on Con
signments, and particular attention gi'en to the
sale of Country Produce.
Ageuts for Regular Lines New ^ ork and Phil
adelphia Packets. All ijoods entrusted to their
care will be iorwarded with promptness ami Des
patch, and at lowest rat%s. _ roh
C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa
Manufacturer, cornel ol King and Allied
streets, Alexandria, Va., lias constantly on band,,
and offers to the public, an excellent assortment j
of Cabinet Ware, Sofas,and I hairs,ot e\eiy
variety, and on the lowest terms, which, tor duia
bility and finish, cannot be surpassed.
mh 4—1 y___j
B W- KINCHELOE. SIDNEY KKUS.
¥7 INCHELOP & BRUIN, G ROGERS]
jV aHti COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No.
25, King-street. Alexandria, Virginia.
RTF a rmkks may rely upon having their ;
personal attention to all produce entrusted to
them. J? 1 ' ?? j
T. A. BRKWIS, l , rAkl) J ANTHONY LAWSON j
Jltxa., 1 AtAR . j L„gan C. H. ,
11 A. BRKWIS k CO.. WHOLESALE AND RE- ^
' TMl GROCERS. PROMTS, ami GEN
ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Came-.
ron st., opposite the Market House.
aug2.'G— ly . *
I SAAC PAUL, COMMISSION MERCHANT, j
for the sale of Wheat, Flour, Corn, and j
all other Country Produce} tor the purchase o! j
Plaster. Guano, and other goods to be bad in !
Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to j
all orders. CTCorner Union and Prince streets,
on the Railroad. Alexandria. \ a ^ jy 22 l>
PH. HOOFF, Alexandria Va.. FLOl R.
# GRAIN if GROCERY MERCHANT.
has removed to No. 5b Sinn oe 1 hinge, and on
Union btbekt. Particular attention will be
given to all consignments ot Produce. Plas ikr.
Salt, and Grock mi kb furnished at current rates.
jy-6
MEYKNBERG, BROS. \ CO,. wholesale
and retail dealers in FOREIGN and
DOMESTIC DRY. FANCY and MILLINE
RY GOODS, S a recta Hall, King stmt. No.
S5, Ale-tamlna, Ya. All orders from tht coun
try will be promptly attended to. aug ‘27-tt
WILLIAM M. SMITH, (Late of the firm of
Kim-hell* if Co.,) WHOLESALE and UK I ail
dealer in GROCERIES, LW ORS, ,y . No.
b, Prince street dock, Alexandria. \ a. All kinds
of Country Produce entrusted to his care
promptly attended to. _stl‘ 12—tt
FORGE w. HARRISON, earner of l man
J and tjneen stmts, dealer ill GROl FRIES,
LIQUORS, and PROVISIONS giniraliy.
|y All orders from the country promptly at
tended to. and produce taken in exchange.
»• L OL>
irw __ _
HAVING LEASED the Plaster Millof the
late Thomas Swann, l intend keeping Nn
sale at lowest rates, PUKE GROl N.D 1 RAS
TER, at the Mill, turner of Lnion and il ilkes
streets. CORNELIUS A. MOORE,
oct IT—Cm
S H. WILLIAMS. Surgeon Dentist. Office
on west side ot Washington between King
and Cameron streets, Alexandria, Ya. Patients
from the Country will please give him a tew days
notice, by mail, of their intention to call on him.
nov 11 _
•VTF.W PAINT SHOP —IP J HIGDON
1\ has removed his PAINT SHOP over Hill
& Webster's Carpenter's Shop, on Prime street
next to the Fames' Punk, where all ordkks will
Ha faith tut lv attended to * eC 1 .
JOHN H. PARROTT, dbalkr in PIANOS,
MELODEOSS. and MUSICAL INSTAL
MENTS generally, and MUSIC for same: also
Books. Stationkry, and Fancy Goods, No. lbb,
King street, Alexandria, Va._ ian ' ”
It T ELDRIDGE. GENERAL COMMIS
i\I • SION MERCHANT and SHIP BRO
KERs also, Agent for the Boston, Alexandria.
! and Georgetown regular line of Pac kets. I mon
Wharf. Alexandria, Ya._ aov 4 tf
»KO. M.mOBINSON. THOMAS K. PAYNE.
J-a OBINSON & PAYNE,Grocers, f ommission,
V and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street
harf, Alexandria, Va. oct 8 T
JP. CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings,
* Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings,
and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, \ a.
jy ,14 -dtf ___
ASHINGTON & CO., Wholesale and Re
tail Grocers, Commission ami Forwarding
Merchants, No. 11,north Union st., Alexandria,
sep 1—tf ___
FA MARBURY. Commission Mercian',
. and wholesale dealer in Foreign and IV>
mestic Liquors. Fowle's W hart. mJ>J_
...... c. mkvktt william ssowpks
-\TEVETT it SNOWDEN. SHIPPING and
l\ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Rumney »
I Wharf. _ _feb U>—tt
! JXO. K. R1DOKLY. HKS»Y HAMPTON. R. H. HUNTOS.
T ) 1DGF.LY, HAMPTON A CO . wholssalk
f\ dkalrks is TEAS, LIQUORS and TO
BACCO, :t5 Union Strkkt._SOP H
Richard l. casks.Jr., dkau» n for
EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
CVTLERT. HOLLOW-WARE, hr., hr. No.
gO, King street, corner of Fairfax, oct IT—tl
BUSINESS CARDS._
FOWLS, SNOWDEN 6l CO.,
BANKERS,
No S, South Royal Street.
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA,
jan U—ly _
CtHARLKS HASKINS, Architect, Washing*
) ton, D. C., will continue to furnish designs
and plans, for every class of building, together
with detail working, drawings, aud specifica
tions of materials and work; also, the drawing of
contracts for the same—and general superinten
dence.
Office. Penn, av., between 10th and 11th
sts., Washington, IX C. _feb 12—dtt
H O. CLAUGHT()N, ATTORNEY a,A
# COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Akxamdna,
l u—Office, Exchange Block, King street.—
Practices in the Courts of Alexandria aud the
adjacent Counties, and Washington city. Par
ticular attention paid to collecting and convey
ancing.
Refer to Witmers & Co., Alexandria; M hite
marsh, Webb & Co., Baltimore; John B. Ellison
& Sons, Philadelphia; Wm. H. Brown & Co.,
Philadelphia. __ feb b—d hn
HENRY PEEL. J. M. STEVENS. W, T. CLl'N ERICS.
•'YJ'EW FIRM, Corner OF Kins and Alfred
J^| Streets.—The undersigned, having pur
chased B. C. Major’s stock, will keep constantly
on handa large assortment of DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, FANCY GOODS, &c., and solicit a
share of the public patronage.
nr Particular attention given to dispensing
Medicines at all hours. Night bell at the door
on Kin5/ street.
jail a PF.F.L, STEVENS & CO.
JOS BRODSRS. H. L. MONKOB.
1 >ROGERS Sc MONROE, No. s. North Union j
street, dealers in GROCERIES, LIQUORS
and PROVISIONS. All orders from the coun
try promptly attended to, and produce taken in
exchange. _ jan 20—tl
CITY HOTEL. ALEXANDRIA, YA.
Corner of Cameron and Royal streets. i
rpHIS eligible and commodious HOUSE hav
j ing been thoroughly repaired and newly
furnished in every department, will be re-opened
on the first day of January, 1 ST»7. The new
Pioprietor having leased it, will spare no efioits
to please and make his house worthy of a liberal
patronage, which he solicits,
jec 22—dtf LOGAN O. SMITH, Proprietor.
FIRST WARD MARKET.
'ITT'HOLES ALE AND RETAIL Feed and
\\ Produce Store—M. M. WELSH, dealer
in Rale and Cut-Hay, Apples. Flour, Corn, Corn
Meal, Shipstuff, Shorts, Potatoes, See., Rutter,
Lard. Eggs, and Poultry, coiner of Prince and
Water streets, Alexandria, Virginia. Terms
cash. _le—tt
iTTJIBKRT DOWELL W. LEVIN 1*0WELL.
(lijitt* v*' Gmdoun.)
I y WELL A CO., GENERAL GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS oka lews
in WINES. TEAS, LIQUORS, SUGARS Ac.,
corner King and lawn streets. Alexandria, la.
£©> Strict personal attention given to the
sale of all kinds of Country Produce. All
orders filled with despatch. in) 1^ tl
I ames a. McPherson, agricultu
ral MACHINE SHOP, corner Cum
vteree anil layette streets, Alexandria, Virginia,
manufactures and has for sale the celebrated
New York THRESHERS and CLEANERS,
which are warranted to thresh and clean in a
marketable manner, one bushel ol wheat per
minute. REAPERS and MOWERS for sale.
Particular attention paid to repairing all
kinds of Agricultural Machinery.
my id—tf james a. McPherson.
E. B. Addison ~ D. Howard.
Addison a Howard, general com
mission and FORWARDING MER
CHANTS. AND DEALERS IN AG K1CU L i UR A L
IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, and FERTILIZERS,
at Addison A Meades old stand, Union stieet
Alexandria, la.
Goods consigned to their care will be forward
ed with despatch. ai,& ^
VZAPPONE, Tkaciirr of Languages,
# especially of French, Spanish, and Ita
lian. will he teaching most of his time in Alex
andria during this session. He has been teach
ing in this city and neighborhood lor several
years, and can he seen at Mr. Brockett s Alex
andria Academy. niY 2 lauly
DHIJME a CO.. G rocers, Commission
# and Forwarding Merchants, King street,
Alexandria. Va. _^
'l I ARSHALL A WARD, G R<> C E RS
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
tl jskrH 4RTS. No 11. Kino St »uS V*
FANCY ARTICLES, &(*.
J A R 1 ET 1 ES.—Zephyr Worsted, French
Y Working and Tida Cotton, gold and silver
Braid, Embroidering and Floss Silk, Marked
Slipper Patterns, pearl, *ilk, (loss, metal, agate,
and bone buttons. Chess Men Porte Mommies,
Purses. India Rubber, line and tack Combs, Bra
zilian Dressing Combs, just received and for
sale by C. C. BERRY,
feb20 No. 79, King street.
rnWILLED TAPE, 1‘ins, Needles, Thread,
| Sewing, l ida. Floss, french \\ orking and
Crochet Cottons, Sewing, Embroidery, and I’tirse
Silks, Scissors, perloraiors, Buttons, blannel and
Coat Binding, Skirt Braid, Cotton and Silk Cord,
fallen and Cotton bobbin; Hooks and Eyes,
Whalebones. Busks, Merino V e»ts, Hosiery, and
small wares generally, at
jeb 19 RIC HARDS’.
O FILLING OFF CHEAP.—In ordir to dis
0 pose of the stock of VARIETY GOODS
they now have on hand, (or as much oi it as
possible) by February 1st, the undersigned, will
seil extremely low tor cash. They respectfully
ask the immediate attention ol their customers
to whom bills have been rendered, as it will ma
terially assist them in settling their present bus
iness engagements by the above date, 1 hey
have some SHOW CASES, which will be solu
low H. I>. WHITTINGTON k CO.,
jan 14 No 82 King street.
11ALL AND WINTER CURTAIN GOODS.
h _j,lst received per Express, a splendid as
sortmen* of the late>t styles of CERTAIN
HANGING. From many years experience m
this line of business I feel justified in asserting
that 1 can furnish these GOODS as low as they
can be bought here or elsewhere. A beautiiul
1 lo* of SaTin and V\ orsted Brockatel ant! Damask
£ Laiiiff. with a large assortment of Trim,
tilings to match. Paris Cornices, Bands, and
Pins; elegant Drapery, Lace, and Muslin Cur
tains; Bud', Blue, White, Green, and Drab Cur
tain Holland; rich Gilt and Transparent Win
dow Shades, with all the latest improved fixtures.
Landscapj WireShades, tor Windows, at J. P.
CLARKE'S. Curtain and Paper Hanging Store,
No. K>s. King-street_»
JUST RECEIVED and Ur sale, a tresh sup
ply of NEW FRUIT.
3*> boxes Raisins; 0 sacks Ground Nuts
3 bales Almonds; 1 bale Filberts
1 bale Cream Nuts; 1 do. Pecan Nuts
2 casks Currants; 10 boxes Citron
\lso a fine lot of French Candies, with a
large assortment of our ow n manufacture,
i Also, a fine lot ot Mocking ami Canary Bird
! roues with a regular assortment oi singing Ca
I narks and Mocking Birds, which [otter for sale
; as low as any other establ.shtneiiUtUhis e.£.
i Confectioner and Fruit Dealer, No. 3, North
Fairfax street. Alex'a._12 _
TVTOTH'F. TO GESTLE.MhX.-W..
r\ VJl'GHN, lias got a choice lot ot} hew
ingand Smoking Tobacco and Cigars. Call and
try them. Call at No. 210 King st. dec 19
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, fee.
G1 ENUINE GERMAN COLOGNE, in wick
If er bottles, Woodland Cream lor the hair,
j Lyman's Arciusinc Irom the Canada bear, Hoop
* er's Cachous, Balm of Orange Flowers, Balm ol
a Thousand Flowers, Bandoline. Porte Mon
naies, an assortment, Buffalo Combs, Badger
Shading Brushes, Lyon’s Kathairon, Extracts
for the handkerchief, Pomades for the hair, Quas
! sia Tonic Cups for Dyspepsia, Ac., Barry's Tri
copherous, Pencil Sharpeners, just received by
R. H. STABLER, No. 165, ,
| feb IS King street, corner of Washingt'u.
DOWDKN S DENTAL FLUID, lot pr
serving a.ul imparting a pearly whiteness
! to the Teeth, effectually arresting decay, pre
venting, and affording a speedy and certain cure
for Toothache. It is highly recommended by
the medical faculty of Richmond, and has been
having an immense sale, just received, and lor
I sale by PEEL, STEVENS & CO., j
teb *20 cor. of King and Alfred-streets, j
Dr. H. JAMES’ EXTRACT OF CAN ,
NABIS IND1CA.—An Alcoholic prepara- i
tion from the Leaves imported from Calcutta, .
for the cure of Consumption. Bronchitis, Coughs,
Colds, and Genera! Debility, just received, and
for sale by J R. PIERPOINT, No. 172, j
feb 16 S. E. cor. of King and Wash-sts. j
LANDREWS GARDEN SEED.—First
Shtly.—I have just received ol D. Lari- ,
dreth & Son, Philadelphia, my first supply ol
GARDEN SEED.
Catalogues to be had gratis, upon application
to ~ JOHN LEADBEATER,
Stabler's OldStand, Nos. 5& 7 South Fairfax st.
2 mo 9—lw __j
ALWAYS OX HAND,a full supply oiDr. .
Jayne's Medicines, Frey's, Me Lane’s, Ho- j
bensack's, Chapman’s, Wright's, Keerl's, Jaynes j
and Brown s Vermifuge, Kidwell’s Beech Drops,
and Peel & Stevens Diarrhcea Cordial.
PEEL, STEVENS & CO.
feb 20 Corner King and Allred -ts- •
I'TRKSH GARDEN SEEDS.—The subscri
J bers have just received a full supply of i
fresh aiul genuine Garden Seeds ol all the choice j
varieties, all of which they are prepared to sell !
wholesale and re ad. H. COOK & CO., j
feb IS Sarepta Hall, j
r A N1) ER V EE R’S PATENT A KITH.MET-!
Y 1C A L TABLES.—A new Ingenious and
Entertaining Educational Device, combining
novelty, with instruction and amusement, par- ,
ticularly adapted to children. For sale by
feb 10 STONE Sc CO., No. 122, K ing street. J
1)[JRE FRENCH BRANDY, Old Port Wine, j
and pure Katawba Wine, for medicinal .
purposes, on hand, and for sale Gy
‘ WM. A. HART,
No. 1<>9. King-street, cor. of Pitt,
rr Sign ol the Golden Mortar. feb Id
rpOOTH BRUSHES—A full supply of Eng- 1
I lish Tooth Brushes, just received from the
importer, and lor sale by
JAMES ENTWISLE SON,
feb 19 No. 95, King street.
T)ALM OF A THOUSAND FLOWERS; I
| > Breast Pumps; Vienna Matches; Lyons
Katharioii; Match Sales just received, and for
sale by JAS. EN1 W ISLE, Jk.,
feb 19 Apothecary, 94 King street.
ONION SETTS.—Yellow, Red and White,
Silver Skin Onion Setts, and White and
Yellow Onion Cloves; a full supply received,,
and lor sale by H. COOK & 1 O., I
feb IS Sarepta Hall. '
a MANDINE, Cold Ckkam, Camvhok Balls,
j\_ and Glyckrink Balls, for chapped hands,
«V*:..j,isl prepared, and luf sale, by
J. R. P1KRPOINT , S. E corner of
|eb 14 King and Washington streets.
(1 UM DROPS —A full supply of fresh and j
IT superior Gum Diops,just received and lo»
sate by JAS. ENTWISLE, Jr., !
feb IS Apothecary, 94 King street.
PAGE’S IMPROVED PATENT CIRCU
LAR SAW-MILLS—GEORGE PMlE j
if CO., AT. $CHROEI)ER,ncar We*t Baltimore ,
street. Baltimore. Md.—Respectfully inform their |
friends and the public generally that they have
greatly enlarged their manuiacturing establish- ;
ment, and have no increased their lacilities as to
enable them to execute all orders with prompt- .
ness and in superior style ol workmanship loi
their justly (’elebratedPatent Portable CIRCU
LAR SAW-MILLS, which have given so much
satisfaction throughout the Union, as also for
their STEAM-POWERS, of various kinds and
ji/.e?, both stationary and portable,
Their Engines are built with all the most su
perior modern improvements, and, for their ex
cellence of arrangement and design, were awar- |
ded the highest premium, a gold medal at the
Iasi annual exhibition ol the Maryland Meehan
ics* Institute.
Amongtheir Portable Engines is one that was |
expressly gotten up for plantation and tarm pur- I
puses, and is emphatically a locomotive or pnr
table engine. It is of Hlhorse capacity, and lot
compactness, design, and workmanship, efti< ien- ^
... .....1 1C IlliPllli: Bled. 'l'he fll- !
gme, boiler, smoke-stack, governor, and valve
art* ali mounted on a substantial set ol wooden
wheels, with tongue attached, ready to hitch a
team ot horses to, by which it may he drawn to
the woods as the power to saw lumber, to tne
field or barn to thresh out grain or rice, ot for
ginning cotton, grinding or chopping, oi crush- '
mg corn and cob, or tor any other economn put
! pose on the plantation or farm requiring such j
power. The smoke stack is so arranged as to he j
free from danger of lire, as no sparks are emit- >
ted. The governor and valve regulate speed with :
a degree ol nicety never before attained. 11 < an ;
he drawn by four or six horses any where whers j
i a loaded w agon can he.
i As also tor their GRIST MILLS, ol \arious
sizes: HORSE POWERS, of different sizes; one
ol the latter particularly suited to ginning cot
ton. and highly approved lor such purposes in
the South: besides many other labor-saving tna
j chines and implements ot high celebrity.
Since the senior party invented and patented
! their Portable Circular Saw-Mills they have
made many valuable improvements, which ren-}
der them perfect in all then details, and justiy 1
entitle them to be considered a.-, among the liist i
labor-saving machines of the age.
A pamphlet and cut containing full descrip- |
; tions of their saw-mills, engines, and numerous
j other machinery, prices. Ac., w ill be sent to any (
! gentleman applying for one by letter. j
! As they have obtained an extension ol their!
' patent, they hereby forew arn all persons from
j infringing the same. .
I No assignment of patent right wmII be legal .
1 unless signed by two oj the partners.
GEO. PAGE At CO.
ap 22— lawly Baltimore. Md, J
Highly improved concentrated
COMPOUND FIRE and W A T E R ,
1 PROOF COMPOSITION FOR ROOFING.—
The great superiority of this Compound Roof (
ing Material, is its cheapness, durability, and (
security against heat and cold. Its extraordi
nary advantages against the action of the ele
• meiits will, by trial, satisfy the most credulous.;
! The particular attention ol those contemplating
! building is requested.
All orders left at the Soap and Candle Manu
factory of John H. Monroe. No. 72, Union street,
! will he promptly attended to.
j jg 16—-tf J. (). C. HOSKINS. Agent.
LAND WARRANTS WANTED!—Highest
market rates paid for Land M an ants and
I R^!nary^r,P-r£rKF. * HERBERT.
||/OOL, purchased by
i W je2 ROBINSON & PA^NE.
DRY GOODS, Ac._
■v^KW SPRING GOODS.—We are this day
J^j receiving beautiful Fancy Prints, Ging
hams, Challi D*Lames, Denims, Plaid Domes
tics, Bed Tickings, Bleached Shirtings, Pillow
Case and Sheeting Cottons, Together with many
other desiiable GOODS, which we are selling
at very low prices. Call and examine our stock
at Brent's old stand. No. 04, King street,
feb 20 j. F. Sc L. A. LARKIN.
NrKW DRY GOODS.—We are now in re
ceipt of a tine assortment of bleached and
brown Cottons, linen and cotton Sheetings, Pil
low Case Cottons. Irish Linens, Damask Table
Linen, Russia Diaper. Crash, French Linens,
Calicoes. Osnaburgs, Table Oil Cloths, Colored
Jeans, Cambric Muslins, with many other sea
sonable goods, lor sale low by
feb SO TAYLOR fc HUTCHISON.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—We, the un
/ dersigned. have this day formed a copart
nership, under the firm ot J. F. Ac L. A. LAR
KIN, for the purpose of conducting a GEN ERAL
RETAIL DRY GOODS BUSINESS, at the store
lately occupied by John H. Brent. No. 64. King
street, and would respectfully solicit of our
friends and the public, a share ol their patron*
aae JOHN F. LARKIN.
LLJCIEN A. LARKIN.
IN RETIRING from business, I take plea
sure in recommending to my customers
Messrs. J. F. N L. A. Larkin, my successors,
jeb y—it JOHN H. BRENT.
/ \ RE AT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS —
\J Wre offer to sell our entire stock of Winter
Goods at cost, am! some less thar. cost, in order
to make room for an early spring supply. Now
is the time to get bargains, and, at the same
time, you can pass your old quarters for their
lull value. MEYENBfiRG, BRO. St CO.,
ieb 11 Sarepta Hall.
4 AND 3-4 FULLED CLOTHS
3-4, 7-8, and 4-4 Plaid Linseys
Sattinets and Kerseys
White ami Red Flannels
Ginghams and Calicoes, assorted
List Carpeting, &c., &c., just received,
and for sale by
noy 11 BRYAN, ADAMS & CO.
1>ERKLKY & SHACKLKT'V have just re
13 chived beautiful Fancy Prints, Canton
Flannels. Ginghams. DeBaize, Ladies' Kid 1
Gloves, Bleached Cottons, Sw iss Muslins, Bril
liants. which will be soid cheap. Ieb 10
Patent knuckle washing ma
chine.—The attention of the public is,
respectfully called to C. Hollingsworth sKnuckle j
or Ball Washing MACHINE, which has taken
the piemium wherever exhibited, and pronoun
ced the wonder ot the age. Ibis MAC HINE
will wash one dozen pieces of clothes in two
minutes, without injury to the most delicate ma- I
tetial. Bed Quilts, Comforts, Blankets, Sheets,1
with every description of woolen goods, are I
w ashed in the most thorough manner. Instruc- i
tions for using the Machine will be furnished, 1
which w ill be found simple with a great saving 1
Of libor.
Certificates from various persons, who have
used the FLOATING BALL MACHINE, can
be shown to satisfy any that it is no humbug, j
but a valuable auxiliary o domestic economy. •
The undei signed has secured the right to •
make and sell for the following counties:—Al- j
exandria, Fairfax. Loudoun, Clark. Frederick,
Warren, Page, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Fau
quier, Green, Orange, Madison, Albemarle, l
Prince William, Station!, ami Spotsylvania.
Any one desirous ot purchasing the right ot !
one or more oi the above counties, can do so by
application to me. Terms will be liberal, and
a rare chance for a good business is offered, lhe
Machines can be seen at Mr. Joseph S. Stans
bury’s, Royal street, and at my Ware Rooms,
corner ol King and Alfred streets, Alexandria,
Virginia. C. C. BRADLEY.
Refer to Robert H. Miller, James P. Smith,
James A. Esui.ihh. and Samuel R. Adamu.
nov 29—eo^m
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION FIRE
PROOF SAFES, with HALL'S PATENT j
POWDER-PROOF LOCKS— the same that were
awarded separate Medals at the World 8 t air.
London, 1851, and the World's Fair,New York,
1S53; and are the only American Safes that were
awarded medals at the London World s fair.
These Sates are now* admitted to be superior
♦o any ever offered to the public; and the sub
scribers challenge the world to produce ftp in*
stance of these Sales failing to preserve their
contents through ike hottest fire, or a burglar
pickimr the lock.
The subscribers and their agents are the only
persons authorized to make and sell Herrings
Patent ( hauipion Safe, with Hall s Patent Pow
der Proof Locks.
S. C. HERRING Sc CO.,
Green Block. 130. 137 and 139 Water-st.,
and 0 Murray-sticet, New \ork.
A cents.—B. W\ Knowles, Richmond, \ a.;
Garland Sc Lester, Petersburg; Rowland Bro
thers, Norfolk ; J. P. Smith, Alexandria; J. H.
Thompson Sc Co.. Lynchburg, \ a.
New York, ja.i ai—eo-»\v
\\TATCHES and jewklry.—georgk
|| Li FFEY. Watchmaker, No 70 King
Street, near Fairfax, would respectfully inform
his customers and tne public generally, that he
lias just returned trorn the North, with a further
supply of Watches. Jewelry,&c..coinprising the
choicest articles in his line, which he will sell
at the lowest cash prices.
Having engaged the services of several Watch
makers he is now prepared to do all kinds ot
fine Watchwork at the shortest notice. Es
capements put in Watches, Pi votings, staffs,
cylinders, and jewelling done lor the trade at
Northern prices: Chronometers cleaned, adjust
ed, and their rates ascertained.
Grateiui for the liberal patronage he has re
ceived.he hopes by being prepared to do all work
without delay, and in the best manner, to still
receive a continuation ot your generous favors.
N. B.—For sale a handsome plate glass silver
mounted SHOW’ CASE, with crimson velvet
trays and counter. oct 11—eotl
PAINTING AND GLAZING.—The under
signed respectfully informs the public, that
he has taken the shop formerly occupied by Mr.
George Plain, dec’ll., opposite the Exchange
Bank, and would be happy to receive the orders
of flip friends of his late employer, Mr. Plain,
and the public generally.
Any orders with which he may be favored,
tor auy description of HOUSE, SHIP, or SIGN
PAINTING. GLAZING tfc., will be promptly
executed, at reasonable rates, and so as to be
entirely satisfactory.
A call from those in the city or country wish
ing anv work in ins line, is |>oliteiy solicited.
IV Shoo on Water, hetirem Prince and Duke
streets., No. 34. AUGUSTUS BUTTS,
my S— 1 aw 1 y
TIMd THE FASTIDIOUS.—ARNOLD will
I introduce his beautiful Fail and Winter
style of*GENTLEMEN’S HATS to-day. For
beauty of style and elegance of finish they can
not be surpassed. Remember Alexandrians
these HATS are manufactured in your own city,
and will compare with any brought here from
the North, both in quality and price. Alse,
SLOUCH HATS and CAPS, in great variety.
Call and see [sep 4—tf] JOHN ARNOLD.
*» r\w P* FINDS J. S. STANSBUJiYSTILL
loO/ AT HIS OLD STAND.—Feeling
grateiui for the liberal patronage heretofore ex
tended, and hoping, by strict attention to busi
ness to merit an extended continuation in lb57.
A few STOVF.S left, which will be sold at re
duced prices, as the season has advanced. He
solicits a New Year’s call, at No. 15, Royal-st.,
between King and Prince sts. jan b—lm
C AX DID A IKS,
CT'A CARD.—To my Fellmt Citizens A
the instance ot many voters, I hereby ar.nounei
myself a candidate lor Mayor. If in your judg
ment 1 should be deemed worthy ot this honor
I will to tne best of my ability discharge the
various duties of the otiice, according to law
and administer justice without tear, lavor. 01
I affection. Kespecttullv.
ieb 20—dtK WILLIAM R. PRICE.
i iiri respectfully announce that 1 am a can
didate lor re-election, to the office of Auditor.
Ieb -AJ—dtK K JOHNSTON.
1 ILTA CARD—To my Fellow-Citizens of
Alexandria.—I present myself before you as
an independent candidate for the Office of Su
perintendent of Police, and mo.t respectfully a>k
your support at the approaching election.—
Should it be your pleasure to elect me, 1 shall
strive to the utmost of my ability to discharge
my duties m such a manner as to give satisiac
tioii to my fellow-citizens,
feb 2u—dtd GEORGE DAVIS.
1 gF to the citizens of ai.kxan
DKIA.—We present to you for your suffrages,
Joseph C. Moore, for the office of Superinten
dent of Police, at the election in March next.
; leb so—dtd THE PEOPLE.
! 15T Mr. John Craven will be supported for
the office of Superintendent of Police by the
citizens of Alexandria, without distinction ol
j party, (Ieb 2U-eotE) MANY VOTERS.
I CT'TO MY FELLOW-CITIZENS OF AL
EXANDRIA.—1 most respectfully oiler my
sell as a candidate tor the otiice of Measuier of
Wood and Bark, and if elected, 1 promise them
to discharge the duties of the office in a faithful
manner.
r-U .,<» TV \ T TCD U1DDIC
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY
OF ALEXANDRIA.—R. T. Ramsay will be
supported as an Independent candidate for the
office of Measurer of Wood and Bark, by
feb 20—dtK MANY VOTERS.
Gf* At the solicitation of' many friends, Pe
ter (J. Hkxdkrson will be a candidate for an
Assessor, at th* ensuing election in March,
feb 4—lawlm*
R_7* I respectfully announce myself as a can
didate for the office of Assessor.
leb 4— lawlm* WM. DAVIS.
IV WESLEY AVERY respectfully presents
himself to iiis fellow-citizens as a candidate for
re-election to the office ol Collector of the Sou
thern District of the City, pledging himself to
discharge its duties faithfully and acceptably to
ail c oncerned. jan 28—eotE
GTTO THE VOTERS OF ALEXAN
DRIA.—Fellow-Citizens:—At the solicitation
of friends, and in accordance with niy ow n in
clinations, I announce myself a candidate tor the
office of (’ollector of the Southern District.
If honored with your suffrages, l shall eu
deavor to lea\e unemployed no effort to dis
charge efficiently the responsibilities and duties j
of the office.
jan 12 -dtE WILLIAM H. SMITH.
COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, Fkb. f), 18f>7.
/ in the Circuit Court for Alexandria County,
Virginia. Win. H. Miller surviving partner and
others—Plaintiffs against Robert N. Windsor's |
Adriiinistratorsand others defendants:—In Chan- i
eery. All persons having claims against the !
estate ol Robt. N. Windsor deceased, and which
existed on the loth day ol February, 1&.76, are j
hereby notified, under direction of a decree of I
the Circuit Court of Alexandria County, render-1
ed in the above cause at the November J erm i
lXf>0. to present the same to me, at my Office at j
No. I north Fairfax street, in the C ity ol Alex- j
andria, Va., on or before the bth day of March, j
1X07. JOHN WEST, Commissioner,
teh 0—2aw4w
Alexandria Coi nt^ Coirt, )
January 'Perm 1807. ^
ORDERED, that the Sheriff of tiiis county,
proceed to hire out according to Law. all
fu r negroes who have not paid their taxes and j
levies lor the year 1800. A copy Teste
BEN J. H. BERRY, Clerk.
-—
AGREEABLE to the above order, l shall
proceed to hire out, in front of the Court
House door, on the first day of February Court,
all tree negroes who have not paid then Paxes
and Levies for the year 1806.
j^n jo—eotd E. SANGSTER, Sheriff,
rr* The above hiring is postponed until the
first Monday of March Court. feb 16—eotd
j lyj OTICE, NO. 2.—Oil the first of September
last, we gave notice of tiie dissolution ol
our copartnership, and iequested all indebted to
us to come forward and settle their accounts.—
We regret to say that but few have responded,
and hence the occasion tor this second nolle#.
We do not wish to incur expense ourselves, nor
to impose costs upon others, but our necessities
compel us to collect w hat is due us, in order to
be able to meet our own liabilities. We there
( (ore again most earnestly appeal to our trieuds
i to come forward, and close their accounts with*
| out further delay.
| nov Hi—tf ENGLISH A CASTLEMAN.
T^TOTICE—All persons having demands
J^j against the estate of Robert Hunter, late
of the city of Alexandria, deceased, are reques
ted tn the Kanin to the undersigned, duiV
I authenticated for settlement, and all persons in
debted to said estate, are hereby notiiied to make
immediate payment thereol to the undersigned.
MARGARET HUNTER,
feb j7—2aw3w Administratrix.
LAST NOTICE.—Ail persons indebted to
me for Taxes, will please call at No.
north Union street, and settle, either by pay
i ment or note. All those who fail to do so be
; fore the 1st of March next, will lind their ac
I counts in other hands lor collection.
H L. MONROE, late Deputy Sheriff.
• jan 12—lawtd
k)/ v NESTS BEST CEDAR TUBS—Paint
f ed'Pubs, wood and r.inc Wa«h Boards,
brass-bound, painted and covered Buckets, Sta
ble Buckets. Measures with or without the Cor
poration Seal. Nest Boxes, (-burns. Wood Bowls,
and Trays, Hair and Wire Sifters, Barrel Cov
ers, Step Ladders,Clothes Horses. Clothes, Market
, and Office Baskets, Knife Trays. Hair Brooms,
Hearth Brooms, Nuis^ry Chairs, DoorMats, &c.,
! for saie by [jan '2?*] JOHN OGDEN.
CIOOPF.R’S REFINED SHEET and SHRED
/ ISINGLASS, lor BLANC MANGE, TA
BLE JELLIES, Arc.—A prime article for Con
fectioners, Hotel, and Family use. To be ob
tained with directions for using, of the principal
Grocers and Druggists throughout the United
States. PETER COOPER, New York.
New York, nov 17—w3m
1)UBLIC NOTICE.—All persons who may
be in want this Fall or Winter of STOVES
and Stove Work of any kind, can be accommo
dated and get bargains such as they have not
been in the habit of getting, if they w ill only
call at ENOCH GRIMES’S,
sep IP No. 14. Fairfax street.
A..X. BKF.CKINRirXiB. W. B. JOHNSON.
AMERICAN HOTEL, Cextral Railroad
Depot, Stauxtox, Va.
A. N. Bbeckixridge k Co., Proprietor#.
J. N. Woodward, late of the Woodward House,
&t>nintrwinl. ap \%—eoly
MEXICAN G U A N 0.—The undersigned
Sole Agents for the sale of MEXICAN
GUANO, in this City, have now’ on hand a good
supply of this permanent fertilizer.
jan 27—tf __ FOWLEJt CO
WOOL purchased by
je \% WHEAT k BM.
N1SUKL LA.l KUUB RKAU1SW.
: [ From the London Pane A.]
- THE SURGEON TO HIS HENCHMAN.
’ j What ho ! my staunch assistant, there is work
to do anon,
So gird thee with thine apron true, and put thy
stout sleeves on.
Prepare to pound ; drugs must be ground; the
brazei. mortar ring,
And the pestle roll in the marble bowl, and the
scales will have to swing.
it is merry Christmas tide, when worthy people
eat
Five times as much as is good for them, drink
ten times more than meet.
; The fields lie bare in the winter air, or yield
beneath the plough.
I Though tallow be they, w’e make our hay; ’ti*
f the doctor’s harvest now.
The boys are home for the holidays, and they
teed unchecked by rule
j Of dietetic discipline and economy at school,
| Roast beef tney cram, and turkey, and ham, or
sausages tuck in,
| And pudding of plum, until they become filled
| nearly to the chin.
But oh! the vast capacity which the juveniles
evince!
Each urchin still some room can find within for
the pie of mine#,
Or tart 01 jam and blanc mange they cram ami
their skins with jelly stutij
And custard and cream, and yet they deem that
they have not had enough.
Desert succeeds; new appetite its delicacies w ake,
And they gobble up apples, oranges, nuts, al
mond*. raisins, cake;
Besides a deal ol candied peel,and dates, French
plums, and tigs ;
Whence business to us shall accrue, so please
the little pigs.
The revel is not ended yet—lor pastime they
stand up,
And that restores their appetite, and heartily
they sup.
They gorge a mash of rich sweet trash—at mid
nignt seek tbeir beds,
The sun will smile, next morn, on bile, aud no
end of aching heads.
There will be pills lor thee to grind, and
draughts for thee to pour,
And powders thou w ilt have to weigh; provided
be, therefore.
And mingle and make all ready to take, each
remedy and cure,
For leeling queer, of Christmas cheer to come
which will be sure.
Mix plenty of the dose of black, roll many a
pill ol blue,
And also compound colocynth, and compound
aloes too;
And the powder grey in doses weigh, likewise
the Fill?: Jalap:
Aud the Pulv: Khei—they’ll be wanted by right
many a little chap.
To remedy too much mince pie put upVin:
A ill i m : Tart:
And Ipecacuan which will lik® benefit impart,
And to distress trom lond excess in pudding
give rebel,
And the system clear of the wine and beer to
gethei with the beef.
Of Senna good provision make, and Scaiumouy
as well;
Divide in doses manifold a lot of Calomel.
Cheeks w ill grow pale on beef and ale, il maid
ens dauce and romp,
Quinine at hand have, tnerefore, and Mislara
Fern Comp.
See that our lancets are all sharp; our cupping
glasses sound;
Scarificators springing well, and well, il need
be, ground;
Our leeches ail right, and inclined to bite; for
blood must needs be shed,
In case it should, through too much food, be
determined to the head.
See that Unguent: Cantharides is at thine elbow
nigh;
For blisters it may also be our duty to apply;
And since we’re atraid that so many our aid
this Christmas will require,
The led lamp clean—that it may be seen—and
look to the night-bell wire!
4F«* A Card to the Lsdle«.—br. J. Dupoiko’*
PERIOMCAL PlLLS, for koiunUfe.
Infallible in correcting irregularities, and removing ob
structions truin whatever cause.
TUe al>ovr u«nit*«l (10LDKN PILLS have been used in
the nriv itv practice or Dr. Duponco for over thirty )ears,
with unparalleled suceess iu almost every rase, and it u
only at the earnest solicitations of thousand* ol Ladies
who have successfully used them, that he ts induced to
; make them public by apporutiug agent* aud advertising
them, in older that all who may be suffering from tin*
above couiplaiuts u*ay tiudiu the above PILL* relief, and
a pertuaneut cure. Ousequeiitly he has appoiuled an
agent in every city and town in the Union, where the**
PILLS ma> lie obtained.
N. 11. There are time* when married ladle* must not ns«
them. For particulars see directions iu the box.
Pri.-e $1 per box. £<»ld by all the Druggist* Id Alexan
dria aud the L'uited State*. At proprietor’s price*, by
I'KKL a STEVENS, No. 3U, Kiug street, Alex is \x%
Who will scud them to any part of thacity Of awunty
on receipt of $1, through Alexandria Post Gtfccw.
je 3—ly _ _ _
« ■iSittitvrssivi, TlIV tv * riv V I lift . * »
A — wuai.au y
or gentlemen would remain under the curse of a
disagieeable breafh. w hen by using the “Balm or
a Thousand Flowers” as a dentrifice would not
! only render it sweet but leave the teeth white ad
! alabaster7 Many persons do not know' their
breath is bad. and the subject is so delicate their
friends will nevei mention it. Pour a single drop
ot “Balm” on your tooth brush and wash the
teeth night and morning. A fifty cent bottle
will last a year.
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION may easily
be acquired by using the “Balm or a Thousand
Flowers.” it will remove tan, pimples and
freckles from the skin, leaving it ot a soft and
1 roseate hue. Wet a towel, pour ou two or three
drop*, and wash the face night and morning.
SHAVING MADE EASY'.—Wet your shav
l ing brush in either w arm or cold water, pour on
two or three drops of “Balm or a Thocband
Flowers,” rub the beard well, and it will make
a beautitul soft lather, much facilitating the ope
1 ration of shaving. Price only Fifty cent*. For
sale by all Druggists. Beware of counterfeits.
None genuine unless signed by
W. P. FETRIDGE k CO.,
Franklin Square,New York.
New' Y'ork, sep 24—eo6m
I WISHING SHORE FOR RENT—The Fish
_ ing Shore known as SMITH’S POINT, for
merly tished by Addison Ac Cockrell, and recent
j ly by A. Addison, is offered for rent. The out
fit will be sold to any one renting the Shore, ©a
, accommodating terms. Apply to S. SHINN
Ac SON, Alexandria, or to the subscriber, near
; Washington, D. C. A. ADDISON,
Surviving partner of Addison 4c Cockrell,
dec 10—eotf __
1JOR RENT.—COOKE S FISHERY, lying
on the Virginia shore of the Potomac, be
tween Aquia and Chappawamsic Creeka, and in
the immediate neighborhood of the most suc
cessful fisheries on the river, will be leased on
very accommodating terms. lor further infor
mation, apply to _
dec 3o—eotf _ JAMES DEMPSEY.
IlOR RENT —The GOOSE BAY FISHING
1 SHORE, on the Potomac, adjoining Budd’s
Ferry, lately leased by Messrs. Wataon k Gray.
1 For terms, apply to THOMAS MASON, Nan
jemoy P. 0., Charles County, Md., or to NA
THAN E. BERRY, Commission Merchant, No.
| 8, Bowley’s Wharf, Baltimore, Maryland,
jan IB—eotf
IlOR HIRE —A NEGRO MAN accustomed
_ to house work, and an active BOY, about
11 years of age. I. LOUIS KINZER,
feb 11—toot Committee.

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