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PRICES OF PRODUCE IX ALEXANDRIA. >KOM CARS. VESSELS, AND WAGONS, (yR8T**DAY ) Kioi'R, bujicr.$5 87) fa 0 00 Do Extra.7 00 fa 0 00 Do Family.o 00 fa 00 00 ^ WhuT, whit*.1 35 fa 1 47 Do red.120 fa 0 00 , Corn, (new’ white.).0 59 fa 0 00 Corn, (mixed ).0 59 fa 0 Coun, (yellow). 0 59 fa 0 60 Corn .Meal, p busnel.0 60 fa 0 65 Oats.0 42 fa 0 00 Kn..0 72 fa 0 00 Clover Skip, retail).7 50 fa 9 00 Timothy Semi.3 50 fa 4 00 Flays* mi.1 80 fa 1 85 St’MAC. (p hundred).1 00 fa 0 00 Plaster, (lump, retail, deliver ed on cars.).4 25 fa 4 50 Do ground do.7 00 fa 7 00 Gland.57 00 fa 57 00 ba*. line.1 75 fa 2 00 Do Ground Alum.1 l^) fa 1 25 Bltter roli, p Eb.0 29 fa 0 25 Do hrkin.0 15 fa 0 21 Baccn. hog round.10 50 fa 11 0u IVsk .8 25 fa 8 50 Lahi>. (in ktg<).0 12) if ' 15 Whit* Bsa58 .1 50 fa 1 >5 Black-Erie Peas. 0 80 fa 1 00 Hay, (p iOOflbO.0 87) fa 1 00 FLOUR is m very active demand at au ad vance of 12) ct*. on yesterday’s quotations.— bales on Change ot 4<X) bbls Union Street at $5.87 ) WHEAT—Oderings on Change very light and The quality very interior. Quotations lor good wheat nominal. CORN.—No sales reported: prices unchanged. KYE—Sales of Rye at 72 rents. Alcxsudria Klsk Market* April j Owing to the prevalence ot the high wind to day, the arrivals trom the landings have been Vvv—and in consequence of the great demand, ! prices advanced. Shad sold tor $13)£9$14 p I hundred, and Herring tor $8)«$9 p thousand. The Markets. Baltimore, April 15.—Flour is firm at $5,87). Wueat is steady; white 14“i#l'»6c, red I3b<f \ 12c., Corn is firm—yellow 6tr#r»6c., white 63 j a-j'oc.; Whiskey is firm at 2f>)i997c. New Yore, April 15- Flour is firm; sale# of 13,iXH) bble State $5,6fw£$5,80, Ohio has ad vanced 5c , sales at $6,05if$5,40, Southern at $ i,:‘5i9$6,50. Wheat is fii m; sales ot 3,000 bush* e «; Southern white $1,61. Corn is buoyant wh s of 38,000 bushels; mixed, 72c , w hite 72 4-'.'c Pork has advanced .sue , mesa -ur $.^,75. beef is steady, repacked Chicago $16,- | Sk Lard is quiet, bbls., at 14^214 J. Whiskey has advanced lc„ Ohio 26c. Stocks are hrmer. Cumbe:land Coal Co. lb* Va.6V><±. Sterl ing exchange is liim at 10V|. Coal Trade* !t*e Cumberland Civilian reports the ship ments id Coal froiu that region, to have been lor the week ending April lltii «s follows. Shipped over tiie Cumberland Coal and Iron Company's Railroad, 3,797 tons; over , the Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad, 3 194 tons. T»tal from the Frostburg region t r the week 6.991 tons. Over the Georges’ Creek Coal and Iron Company’s Railroad h r the week ending 11th 5.DOO tons. Over the Hampshire Coal and Iron Company's Railroad, 904 tons. Total from Western P rt re; i oi 6 o24 t"iis. T >tal tt« m the wli'de coal region for the mc, k 15 515 tons, and for the year 129,166. 1(1 relation to the Canal the Civiliau says: i Navigation is at last resumed on the Cues j apeake and Ohio Cauul, and U»ata and boat- , men are again as’ir. The repairs to Dam No. 5 were, we learn, so far completed as to ad mit ot the passage of boats on Monday. Much activity was displayed at our coal whaive* yesterday. Boats and barges were constantly moving to and fro—teams were g ing here and mere—engioes were puffing and whistling—coal cars wero rattling over tin? various railroads—the "black di moods’’ u.re sent wi’h a ru-h into the boats awaitiog their preci us cargo, and aft seemed to wear an aspect of life and activity seldom wit nessed in our mountain city. The Tea D alers in L ndon, it is said, are all for Palmerston. They have on band 1<H>.000,000 lbs. (f tea, great part of it Utugfit on speculation, in the prorpect ot a n-e in price by the continuance of the war. Peso®, at this time, would involve them in ruinous losses; but war would add two ooil ii ns sterling to the vulue if their stock. V lines and trade are heje so intimately Mended that the London La-dealers will no ib» if»t. *ee a great deal of virtue in gunpow tier t »r the perverseness ot the Chinese in re fu-i- g to allow themselves, in their internal \ >iicy, to f»“ governed by outsiders. 1: e private letters by the Niagara bring a fair <? ?• unt ot oulers tor our securities mostly tor. 1 iireis I’en’ral, ot which 7lS> or Son shares 1. . Iw.Mill.t Al, *1 llwv Kl'tul ot A slight improvement in the appearance ol the Li*! don money market. We also hear by the N .tgara ol* tue successful conclusion of a nego tt.vmn tor $7lhi.OOO of first moitgage and > mum) of Fa*in moitgage bonds oi one ot tie* iha Western Ra I roads. 1 i.e n-.ails by the Niagara from England ad v;•,** tneresutiit*on ot Dodge. Bacon At t o,, ot i.'.xiiion. in th**ir genera! business, and tne tail ud ot Green & Go, of Paris. The latter lor niei.v did a considerable business with the l ni >d "tat***, but their engagements of late have been tunuuig off 1 he New yo; k Post says — l ue George Laws brings from Aspinwall the welcome sum ©t $1,228,338 in gold on treight, which is an increase on tormer receipts. Ike money market is also otherwise easy; and there i* no complaint for want ol accommodation at the current rates ot dicount—7 per cent, at E.\nk, 8 percent, at the discount brokers’, tor tii >r class » days’ paper and 8^<*9 lor ditto I*?') months dates; second class, V.uiDper cent almamac, _ ;>r.7! M'NH’N APRIL. rises stfs . Moon’s Phases. H Thursday.. 5 25jt> 35j t> h. m. 17 Friday.5 24 6 36 Last qr. 17 6 59 m. *y Saturday... 5 23 6 3< New-.25 5 28 s. 1 » Sunday. 5 21 6 39 Fiistqr. 3^ 7 17 sc. •>» Monday... 5 20 6 4«> Full. b 9 10 m. 21 Tuesday... 5 19 6 41 ~H1GH WaTKR. % Wednesday 5 IS 6 42 APRIL 16 12h.ini I, ITK'T fMTII). I n«t n ..March 2S I Havre.-.March 27 I.:v,>r;*oo| .March 28 I Now Orleau*. ........April 4 MAH IKK LIST. * _ FORT OK ALKX 1XDRT A—APKIt U. Sailed. Steamer Golumbia, Harper, Baltimore, by Wheat \ Bro. Memoranda. Ship Ocean Bride, tor Alexandria, via. Cardiff, c’eiredat London 2^th u't. B ig Fidelia. Jones, of and tor Georgetown, l) t\, at Mayaguez. 21st ult. Schr C.C. Yardervoost. Weeks^from George town at New* York, 13th inst. Schr. B. Fink , Dought, cleared at Providence for Georgetow n 9‘h inst. Sour. Highland ChiT McIntyre, from George town. artiveil at Portland luth inst. Schr. Abigail, See, for Alexandria, sailed from Salem 9th inst. ™ Schr A. Hooper, CouMits.+for Georgetown, ^ - cleared at Wilmington, N. C.. 11th inst. OOP DE DOODEN 0* 0,” Bros*, _Steel, W halebone. and Reid Hoops, tor bale at RICHARDS , who manufactures the beat fitting Skirt extant ip |0 By Ye»tcrday*» Evnilug Mall*. -o The Fairmont Virginian say*: ‘ On Satur day evening last, nt Barrackstille, a small vil lage in ibis county, about ihiee miles trom Fairmont, a man named Miller w is kilted in a s.»rt ot triangular tight. b^*ween himself, Eli Satterfield and \V u». Ot lga*e. C * gate* was arrested, an<f is now in jail. Sitterti-.ld has sc* far escaped. \\ e are not informed as to the tight, nor as to any of the particular* of this tragical affair.” Bisop Meade administered the rite of con firmation in Christ Church, W inohester, on last Sunday morning, to twelve persons —all of of whom were of early y3ars, and, with one exception, females. — The Winchester Virginian says:—‘ Four families, from the neighb1 rhood of Stony Creek, south of Edinburg, Shenandoah coun ty, passed though W irichester, on W ed nee da y last, on tt.eir way to 11 It county. Mis souri, the place selected for their future homes. The New Orleans Delta says, the late cold ; spell his been very injurious tu the su gar and cotton crops in Louisiana, aud it is the opinion of an intelligent planter that not one-third of the cane, already planted, can be relied upon for another crop. From \Va»til»g«on. Washington, April 14.— l he Secretary of the Interior ha* giieu full instructions to • Messrs. Hector and Garrett, Indian agents, i who have left Washington for the scene of j their duties, to organiza a delegation from the Creeks and Seminoles, residing we-t of the Mississippi, to proceed to Honda in the autumn on special buxines** ,*o persuade Bow legs aud bis followers to emigrate. The f ior- i ida Semmoles, as the government is aware, | are too proud to be forced to this step at the point of the bayonet, and heuce the res rt to peaceful measures, which will, it is c >r ti dentiy believed, accomplish that impor tant measure. In view of the ab *ve men tioned design, there will be uo aettie (Military movement in Honda. As heretofore stated, there will be no troops j stationed m Kausas who have in any way beeu implicated in the loimer difficulties in that Territory. . lo addition to the large force detailed for accompanying the commission to run the southern boundary of Kansas, a similar catn rtMiisii to ohntiti.se the Lneveues and Kiuways has been arranged. Several officers now , here are receiving specific instructions to that l end. None of these troops arc intended tor ! Utah, as has beeu conjectured. " 9 ! The Panama Isthmus Question —Wo ! have every reason to believe that advices of the formal w ithdrawal of Messrs. M >r;>e and Bowlin from the scene ot their diplomatic !a bore, readied Washington yesterday, i :»is i step on tlnir part h;*.s been antiti; ated tor a month pa*t; so tin* information ot the luot lakes uo one by surprise. Calvin L. Siyre, ol Alabama, \V. J. Pnr rington, of Maine, and A. E. Sumders, ot Virginia, deriguated by the S*cretary of tiie Treasury lor examination for first class (Si, 200 per annum) clerkships in the office ot j the Sixth Auditor of the Treasury, have | been duly appointed to such places. Those | gentlemen who were named at the same j time as having been designated tor promo tion in the same bureau, have also been duly promoted. The ThikdCourtof Inijuikw—'The Secre tary of the Navy lias directed a third Court of i inquiry to assemble hereon Monday next. It is to consist of Captains Lawrence K**arnev, (President.) John T. Newton, end Get-rge 1. ! Storer, neither of whom l»«ve been promoted by action of the late Retiring Board.— So the list of this particular Court published j in Northern papers is erroneous. We take it ! for granted that to this Court w ill be assign- j ed the cases of the captains : tb*<*fc*<l by the action of the Retiring B .aid.— IIWi. Star. ; The Pre»ei*i» fioui Slam. We were this morning permitted b> in spect r»t the Department of State, a curious collection ot presents just received from , the two Kings who reign over Siam as j was stated in the Union of the Stli inst.— Among tlnse interesting specimens of the handiwork of the intelligent Si»ni‘*se, we es- j pecialiy noticed a solid g>ld snuff bos, (weigh- ; ing upwards of five ounces) quaintly urn a- j merited in colored enamels a long pipe with j a tiny bowl richly ornamented with enam- j died gold for smoking opium; a pair of large shears (made somewhat like those in general use in this country for shearing *»heep) for trimmingthe beard; a sword, of exquisite tern per, with a scabbard made from a single piece of laneewood by some process oi morti cing that few American workmen could equal; a musical instrument resembling a tbigolet: two “tam-tams” or drums, each j made from a single piece ot w ood, about two > feet in length, ami ten inches in diameter, ■ with strips ot cane instead ol curds, and I giving a clear, distinct n<»to wuen beaten; apear*, Ashing tackle, Ac., Ac. We learn that this interesting collection of the prinluct* «>f Siamese industry will ;e de posited in the museum of the Patent Offoe on Mouday, and recommend the carious in orien tal affairs to inspect them. — Rua/i. i awn. At Lyon*,in France, numerous political ar rests have taken place. It was sail, tho pn- | lice bad discovered a secret society, whose j members had united for the purpose of lurth ering the election of a well knowu republi can, Ran pail, who is not eligible under the new election law. GT LIBRARY LECTURE-The eighth Lee i tore of ihe Course, will be delivered at the L\ CKru Hall, on Monday evening, at 7$ o clock, by Richard M. Smith, esq. Subject — Benja min Franklin.'’ FRANCIS MILLER, ) GEORGE K. WIT ME R. * Com tee. ANDREW JaMIKsON, > ap IB—V 7ioFFii LAND FOR SALE.—1 have on] \ j my land a vein of COFFER ORE. tracea- j ble on the surface from a third to a half mile, j This Copper is tonnd in a vein of tr-*p rock in- ; termixevl with veins ol quartz, i'ue Copy rr j is found native, as well a» in the Green, Red, j Blue, ami Black Ore Any person disposed To buy this property is invited To visit it. A letter addressed to the subscriber at Markham Sta tion, Fauquier County, ^a, will meet wldi prompt attention. Tins property is in th*> coun ty ol Fauquier, near The niters ction et the : county lines of Fauquier, Rappahannock, end Warren, and within tour miles ol Li^d-n Sta tion, Manassas Gap Rad Road. RICHARD C. AMBLER. FauquierCounty, Va., ap IB—eo3w [New York Com. Advertiser eopy-ee3wJ A Valuable lot for sale.—i am authorized to sell the V>T on the south west corner of Princess and Water streets feet 5 inches front on Princess, and " > ieet on Water street. This lot is in the vicinity of the Fish W harf, and opposite the DepoT ol the Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad, and has on it a large quantity ol SAND, suited tor budding purposes. [ap IB—eott’J R. JOHNSTON TVSGOOD'S INDIAN CHOLAGOGUE— J Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, Wrights Indian Vegetable Fills, Jaynes' Sanative Pills, Witbor's Cod Liver Oil. Phosphate of Lime. Balta of Thousand Flowers Jus*received, and for sale, by MS. FNTWISLF, JR, mp iq Apothecary, d4 King street. LOCAL ITEMS, Common Council.—Bjth branches of the City Council were iu session on luesday night. Tue proceeding* of the Board of Aldermen will be found in another cnumn. lo the Coirnion Council the K'venue Com mittee rep -rel the tax biii for 18->i, which had its first reading, and was la»d on the table until the next meeting. The Committee ou Finance, reported a bill concerning Licenses, which provides that all licenses shall be gran ted on or before the first of Juno, by the Mayor, und the amount at o ce collected and placed in the Treasury. The bill also pro vides that in addition to the licenses, grant ed to auctioneers, they shall make a monthly return to the Mayor of the amount of their gross sales, on which they shall pay halt, or one per cent, according to the description of property sold, whether Heal or Personal estate. Several oiders were passed and the Council adjourned to meet again this evening. Locomotive Works.—The correspondent of the Union say.-:—“Messrs. Smith vfc Perkins, proprietors of the Alexandria Loco motive and Car \V orks have received libe- : ral and urgent overtures to remove their ma chinery and implements to Baltimore, where they are known and appreciated a* well as here. But it is h«»ped that the people of Al exandria will not fail to keep the fruits of said firm’s enterprise on this side of the Po- . tuniac.” Dredging Boat.—The correspondent of the Union says:—“A dredging boat has arrived at Alexandria from Philadelphia to clear the ; docks. She will commence operations at the canal ba^in and work down. It seems that a considerable quantity of mud was de posited along the wharfing by the spring Ireshets. Some of the Potomac fisheries 1 have al*o been damaged by large deposited of mud where ir.st season were clean gravel bottoms.” Winchester Presbytery.—Jbe Spring Session of the Winchester Presbytery, com- ' me need in the First Presbyterian Church, in i this city, yesterday evening. Public eervi- • :c* sire to be held in the afternoon and at j :iight each evening this week. Sunday Schools.—The anniversary of the j Sunday School attached to S\ Paul’s church ft ill be observed on Sunday afternoon nex\ Hiat of the School attached to Christ Church, | :his afternoon. Copper in Fauquier.—We have seen spe- j ‘irnens of the c >pper ore contained in the j vein discovered on the land of Dr. Ambler, j in Fauquier county, by Mr. .1, T. 11 »pe, of I Front R ival, and in our opinion they are i very rich. This property is offered for sale I by the proprietor. See advertisement in ; mother column. China and Japan —It will be seen by an advertisement i i another column, that j this Panorama will be exhibit^! for three j Jav« lmre. The tickets have been reluced | to 10 cents each. Lecture--The eighth lecture before the Alexandria Library Company, is to be de- ; livered at the Lyceum Ilall, on Monday night next, by R. M. Smith, e-q. Potomac River Steamk »at Company.—A general meeting of the Stockholders of the ! Potomac River Steamboat Company will tej held, this evening, at Sarcq.ta Hall, at • •] ; > i'clock. | Fire.—The roof of a biick building, on the corner of Commerce and Fayette streets, I tonk tire yesterday morning, but wa- f irtu- ! natelv extinguished before much damage was done. Tiie Weather has been thus far, this j month, cold and blustering, and vegetation is [ very backward. The Washington Union of yesterday say-: *Wo learn that the Secretary of the Interior lias not decided to have the entire amount vot*;d by Congress, Ibr the repair (if the j bridges in the D.strict, appropriated to a tem- j porary reconstruction of the L >ng Bridge.” j But, other accounts say that he has so decided, j Lono Bridof. —The Secretary of the In- i tenor having unpointed 10 o’clock of this j day, to rrceive the delegation fr. m Alexun- ! drift, in relation to the Long Bridge, as many ! of our citizens. as can make it convenient are requested to meet on hoard the Steamer ! Geo Page, at 0 o'clock, to proceed to Wash ing on. \T KW MEDICAL BOOKS.—Tadd cV Bow- I tnan's Mnatomy.—The Physiological Ana- , tomy and Physiology ot Man. by Robert Bent ley Tadd, M. D.. F. R S,and William Bowman, F. R S , complete in one large octavo volume, j with k‘.is illustrations, price $4 CO. Tadd's Ltrivns.—Clinical Lcctujes on certain j Diseases ot the Urinary Organs, and on Drop- i sies. by Bober* Bentley Tadd, M D, F. R. S., Physician to King's Coll, ge Hospital, -$l fsO. Montgomery < Jissayi.—An Exposition of the Signs and Symptoms ot Pregnancy, with som° o’h^r papers on sul j-*cts connect'd with Mid wifery. by \V. F. Montgomery. M l), M. R. J. A . trom the second London edition, with beau- j titul colored plates. $3 7d. Just published bv ! Blanchard \ Lea. anu ior sale by ap 16 ROBERT BELL. f|10 CONTRAl‘TORS AND BUILDERS.— | Proposals will be received for erecting and putting under root a building tor Giace Church Congregation, on Patrick street, n. the city ci Alexandria. Tho>e ottering will state eperate 1^ lor the Carj>euters' anu Joiners' Work, for lumber; also ior Brick Work and Sia'ing The plans and specification* can be seen at the office o. the undersi n-d w here every in’ormati >n will be given. W M. B. PRICE. a"> 16— 3t DUFFIELD HAMS—To arrive this day by the Diamond State, a few tierces ot the celebrated "DUFFIELD HAMS"—the first we have b^en able to get this season, tor sale by ar» i6 T. M. McCORMICK & BRO / ^ AMPHF.NE.&c.—Alcohol, Carnpheoe, an 1 Spirit? Turpentine, a hull supply, rectiv?d and for sale fc\ HENRY COOK & CO, ap 16 Sarep*a Hall. N OTICE.— A gmeral meeting ot the Stock holders of the Potomac River Steamboat Company, w ill be held on Thursday, the 16th day of April, at Sarepta Hall, at 7$ o'clock P. M mh 16— lm JAS, P. SMITH. Pres't. R DONOHUE, manulacturerof SHIRTS, f# COLLARS, DRAWERS and DRES> ING GOODS, No. vi4 Baltimore st., Baltimore. References—Coi. C. F. Suttle, and H. Ciayr Ward. Alexandria._Balt , ap 0—eo! m ^4* FOR SALE.—A desirable DWELLING, jgl in a pleasant pait of the city. Enquire of mb 31-eoti CORSE, BROTHERS. RY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Further by the BorumU. Xfw York, April 15.—The morning pa pers contain further news by the Borussia. The English elections indicate an over whelming Palmerston triumph. Messrs. Gibson, Cobden, LiyarJ, aod Bright, of the opposition, are defeated. London returns Lord John Russell, Baron li ith-child, Messrs Crawford and Duke. Messrs. Gudstooe and R>ebuck are re elected. The Neufchatel difficulty is nearly settled. A treaty of commerce between Russia and France is nearly concluded. The Mexican difficulties are the subject of much discussion in Spain and the warlike feeling is as strong as ever. Count WViewski, the French minister for Foreign Affairs had addressed a letter to the Marquis doTurgot fully approving the con duct of Spain. From China it is stated that matters were quiet at Canton. Admiral Saymjur was at Hong Rung, awaiting reinforcements. The trial of Allum the poisoning baker, had resulted in his acquittal. A telegraphic despatch to B >mbay says j that the Emperor of China has ordered Com* ! missioncr Yeh to conclude peace on any t run*. Teas aod Silks had further advanced. Proctor'* circular quotes the Liverpool Bread- i stuffs market b io> ant—viz Wrheat active at a:i advance of '^d. Hour advanced tjd/fls; and < Corn advanced Is. Lard was heavy, bacon was dull at a decline of 2s per cwt. ihe following are the quotations of Breid- j stuffs Western Canal Fl ur 27s.(^.ds; Ohio 2‘*f» ti‘3'2s ; Southern 30s [iaf3)d. W Lite Wheat; Ss. *5d Red 7«.(iWhite t orn Yellow :»2«. London—Tuesday Evening.—The English j funds are firm, at an advance of an eighth.— Transactions* in the discount market, and at the j Bank are very large, and there is no pro pect of lower rates. Death of ait Kdltor* Charleston, April 14.—11. M. Cushman, e q, ussiatiiut editor ol the Courier, died last ; night. IlitlCKIY HALL!! 4 FOR THREE DJVS MORE! j (In consequence ol the manager being unable , to obtain a nail elsewhere, until next week.) Thursday. Friday and Saturday, AFTERNOON AM> EVENING! At 3 and 8 o'rJor/:, 1*. M CHINA AND JAPAN! | The two largest i'anoiamas ever exhibited in , Alexandria. Admission 10 cents, ap 1«— M IIST OF LETTERS lemaiuing in the Post 1 Oilice. at Alexandria, \ a., on the loth (iay ol Apr:), lhr»7. Persons calling lor Letters in this list, will plea»e say they are advertised. A Atnev, Mary M W Aldon.J . Arundel, V V Alisa Anderson, Thomas B Ba.k, James Burke Win P Mrs Brotatel. Susannah Mrs Brine, J H VV m Branch V .Sons, Thus Bogm, George Boswell. Richard-2 Blackburn, John S Biscoe, John Blake. William T Billups. Sarah M as Bnddley.Sarah J Bell, Robert (col d) Burlin. Isa.aii W Buckley, Patrick C (Tanner. B S Crawford. John Claiborne. Mary M Mrs Cooley, Robert Chinn. Charles ( arlisle. Nathan-3 Caitmill. Thomas 1> Dunn James R Done van. Cornelius Dovle, Hugh Dow, Walter B Dobbyns, Joseph ( apt Davis, Srgar Dai lev, William Davis, Caroline Miss F Fountain. F G Frank, Elizabeth A Fisher. John S Flemming Ac Co, W’m G (irammer. F M Graham, Mary (Teen, Wilson-3 Glennin, P Gibson. Frederick H Dr Gunn, R Capt Gasper, Charity Miss Grigsby, Mrs H Hunter, Charles Huddleston. Jane K Heartley. Thomas Heiliman, J E Harper. J A Harr * Haynes Hangmiller. B Hammerdmger, Christy j Harndon, Jacob M Hance, William Harieli, A D Lieut Haden, A D Dr Hail, P H Di-2 Hyman Ac Arrington, Messrs J Jones, Edward Jackson, Frank (col d) j r i_ * .1 i:__ •) jat tisuii, /iu'iiovu ^ K Kitchen, C H Kelley, Patrick Kenney, John A Kennedy & Pugh Me Me Ewing, Robert A MelPaney. Jane R McDonald. John JVicDonold, James McIntosh. Francis McKeown, Hugh M Musrough. Ellen Mulligan, Henry Murphy, John Mora, Margaret B Miss Moore. G A Monsn, John VItiler, James VV Mills, Thomas M Meioy, James M Capt Mead, V* iliiam May, William Maurice, C S Moore, William R N Nolden, Allred Na’.cy, Allred Nailor, L M Miss Nickerson, James Nelson, W 1) Newton, Robert P ’ Perry, John H Payne, M L Mrs Perry, Mildred C Miss—3 K ! Reid, William T Ranks. John Right, Thomas S Stitwell, Tobias H Spner, C Swemey, M Mergeon, Engine B Smith, M S Smith, ! 1 Skidmore, James-3 Shiers, Reuben S.liicK. Frances C Miss Sibley. John L ( ar«t Saunders. C E Scott & Co, Messrs Seott. Christ Sandford, W Capt S. a inert. Henry S Snntn A Boyd, Messrs Smitn, GJ Sanders, I nomas T Triplett, T Dr Toner. Thomas Tolley, James I homas, J J Thomas. A Mrs Tember*. John Taiton. Yictorer.a Miss Tripiett, Ciiaries Thompson, Mary Ann Miss W Williamson. MahaU J West.G R W'ickenmorn, Christian Warner, Mary W’ollsheimer Nathan Williams. Sarah Fiances M•** V Young & Co Gal'.eher. Messrs ap 16—it T. WT. AsHKY,!^ 'VTOT1CF. TJ BUILDERS.—i be un.lersian ed are prepared to receive sealed propo sals, until the *Otn inst., tor the erection, in the to a n of Charlottesville, of a three story Brick and Stuccoe building—o'J by 65 feet, with two larg* Store Rooms on ground floor; a. artments tor Monticeilo Bank and Albemarle In>urance Company on 2d fl >or, and two large Halls above. B«ds will be received lor the entire i building, or any part thereof. Pians may be seen, or specifications obtained, by applying at Charlottesville, Va.to ; !*»»*"• Charlottesville, Va., ap 13—3t m BOARD OF AtiDBRSlKS. At a meeting ol the Board of A Mermen, held April Mth. I bf>7. there weie present ing rente B Ta> lor. enj. President. AR-srs. Bryan.(Crimes. Robertson, Armstrong. . Reid, and Simp on. Air Kobeitson, irom the Committee on Gene ral Laws, reported tne foliowing, viz: The Committee on General Laws, to whom wcie referred the papers relating to the -Bevei iy j Propelty/’ with other Anmumcaiions from our Corporation Attorney, beg leave to present t.ie following resolution ami order, to the consiuera- I tion of tne City Council, viz: Resolved, That our Corporation Attorney, be ; requested by the Clerk to prepare a dted iiom himself as Commissioner, in conformity with an order ol the Circuit Court for Alexandria Comity, pronounced at May term, «>♦’, in the case ol Jett, plaintiff, vs. Beverly, et. als., defen dants, ui which deed shall be embraced the transter of a certain L«»t, obtained under Land Warrant of the >tafe, No. *23u4U, and patented ; to C'iir. Neale, on the 41h of November, Ordered, 'that the Auditor do U»ue his war rant m favor 01 Chr. Neale, tor one hundred and thirteen dollars and seventy cents, being th*| amount charged by our Corporation Attorney. ! for sei vices in obtaining deeds lor the -Beverly ; Piopeity," for securing Patent, No. and j other matters. j The petition of Isaac Buckingham, asking leave to use the pavement in front ot his store, ' on King street,foi the purposed erecting vaults, | &c.. w as received and referred to the Committee on Streets. On motion of Air. Bryan, it was Res > v *d, l’iiat the resolution heretofore pass ed by the ( sty Council, providing tor taking the j vote ol the citizens, as to whether or not, the Alex- r audrin and Washington RailroadComp-»ny.shall be permitted to lay a Branch Road, to tne Depot j of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, anu | prescribing tne route for such extension, be and is hereby rescinded, so lar as it designates the 4th Thursday in Alay, as the time tor taking said poll, and in place of said time, the poll j shall he held as provided lor, on Ihursday 2lJth ^ of April. On motion of .Mr. Reid, it was Resolved, That Alessrs. Wrn. H. Fovvle and j C. K. Stuart, be hereby appointed proxies, to \ represent the interests ot the City, in the next annual meeting ol the Stockholders ot the Alex- j annua Canal Company, with instructions to ad- j vocate the measures heretofore directed by the City Council, and intended to govern their a<*- j tion at the meeting ot said Company, which j was expected to be held in the present month. The bil: ol Win H. Devauifhu, for ('upping and Leecuing the Poor, was received and reierred ; to the Committee on Claim-. Mr. Robert»on offered the following order, which on his motion was referred to the Com . ! mi’Tee on Streets, viz: Ordered, l hat the Superintendent ot Police,! notify the Alexandria Water Company, to re place the pavement and Curbing m trout of the property ot Mrs Rorbt I. layloron Dukestreet , (sometime suite displaced by said Company.) and upon failure to do so for ten days, uPer fin* , service oi said no ice, that the Superintendent of Police, cause the same to be done, and cuarge the expense to j-aid Water I ompuny. A bid entitled -An Act in relation to Lecen- i ces and the ’axes, upon the same.” was received from the Common Council and its reference to the Committee on General Lawn, concurred in. Mr. Robertson, on leave, introduced a bill, entitled -Ail Act. to amend an act, entitled An; Act reducing into one and amending the several acts, for the legulation ot the Market and tor other purposes —vvniclr had its fust and second , reading and on motion the 23d rule was su>pcn- : •led and the bill put upon its passage Mr. Reid ; called forth* Ayes and Nays whm the bill was i rejected b v the following vote, v-z: Ayes—Sle-srs. Roberson and Armstrong—‘2. ; Nays—Messrs, iaylor; Reid, Bryan, Simpson and Grimes— 0. The hill lor the appointment of Harbor Mas- I ters, was received Jium the Common Council. j and its reference to the Committee on General j Laws, concurred in. The repoit oi the Committee on Streets, in \ reg ird to various makers relerred to them, was ; received trom the Common Conned, and adopt- I ed. and the following ord-»r accompanying said j report. \\ as concurred in, v;z: Ordered. That the Superintendent of Police, do cause the following work to be done, to wit: Flangin' tool way s across Queen street, on the east side of St Afti^b street. Across St Asaph street, on the north side of Queen street. Across Prince street, on the east side of St. Asiph street. I he emb-stones set, and gutters paved, oppo site the Orphan Asylum and Widow's Home.on Wolf street. On tno’ion of Mr Bryan, the Board adjourn ed until Thursday evening next. Test: S. J. McCORMICK, Clerk. A CARD—VIRGINIA HOI’SK, Alkxax /\ dhia—Upper erd King street, near tbe Orange and Alexandria Railroad Depot.— this long established and conveniently located Hotel having passed into the occupancy ot the under signed, and thoroughly repaired and well !ur nished, we solicit trom a generous public a shate of their patronage, and assure them that our unremitted attention will be given to pro mote their comloit Attached to me house is a first-rate stable, with good hostlers. Board per day,.00 VV. B. SCARCK, Proprietor. mh -S—eolm H. K. MILLAN, Agent. A CARD TO ALL—Reader, if you have lovt tour hair from s.okness or other causes, by using STONE’S IN PI AN HAIR UESiOR AT1VK. you can regain it. If your hair is fai ling off. the subscriber will warrant it to stop it. It von are troubled with Danroff. it will remove it—yes, for any disease of the Head it is the greatest remedy ever known, and is not recom mended lor anything but wnat you see above.— just try a Bottle, the cost of which is fifty cents. Man niacin red by it. K. STONE, and for sole at No King Mieet. mb .'O—eo'<m. FOR RENT —Tne NEABSCO MILLS jjh^property, which consists in part ot Saw am-i Gr.st Mill in good order, a DWELLING HOUSE anil Blacksmith Shof; also, the new and commodious STORE HOUSE, which \* large and convenient—and an excellent stand for business. To a good Vr.ant, the rent will he made moderate. Possession given immediate ly. Apply to R. A. ATKINSON. Neabsco Mil’s. TV Win. Co., mb 2d—eo2m STONE.—THOMAS B. McKlE being pre pared to resume business, on Ike earner oj Duki and Alfred ttreeit. will furnish S ION E ac cording to any design or taste, tor any purpose. O:deis left at my residence, No. ST St Asaph 8*red. or at MitfleUm «.V Grimes Coacn Factui) , will be attended to. N. B Probable estimates furnisher! gratis, ap 4—eolm* 1NISH1 KISH I’—HERRINGS AND SHAD. ^ —The put»s»cril»er having addrd greatly to h s farmer facilities loi curing f ISH, is now piepared *o receive order* and furnish ot the best quality and at the lowest rn.irKct | pr.ces. Anv order directed to das. I. McGrnw, ! or the subscriber, will receive prompt attention, ap 4—1 m B. C. BARTON, Agent. DA S. BLACK LOCK are now receiving. # per pack#!*, from New \ ork and PhiU delpUia. their spring supply ni GROCKIil C.S, BRAN PI KS, V. IN Es. SEGARS, , v.hi. h they otter to the trade up m the most rea-mtiaVe terms, and solicit a call trom tbr friends and the p*.bi r generady, before ytrchasing nth No. f». Blackiock's Wharf OPENING GF SPRING FASHIONS — E. C BROUN, hasju-t returned from New ! York. With his usual supply ot SPRING and \ SUMMER GOOPS. Having erjoye J the benefit j of an earlv selection, his stock this season i ! ! present unusual attractions. He solicits an ear- i j !y call Middlel.urg, Vra.. rrh 2*»—*nnw HAYING LEASED the Plaster Mill ot the late Thomas Swann, 1 intend keeping for sale at lowest rates, PURE GROUND PLAN TER. at the Mill, earner of Union and Wilkti ttreeit CORNELIUS A. MOORE. net 17— OCOTCH ALE.—a irw catks Edinburg Sparkling Ale, in stone jugs, just received, and for tale by [ap 3] POWELL k CO. AUCTION SALES. Desirable farm for sale by AUCTION.—Will be sold. on Monday. ~tprd I TLh lb->7, on the premises, at ‘Z o c'ork, I*. M., at auction, my Farm. ‘‘CRACKER HALL.” .mlrs ironi Alexandra. immediately on the road leading from Alexandria to .Mount Vernon. There are TWO HUNDRED and FIVE ACRES in the tract, about one half well impro ved and fe: in grass, the balance in wood — There is on the place a good and comfortable a BRICK DW EI.LlNu. Kitchen and Dairy; good Servants’ House. Rain, Stable, ar.d low nouse, and other necessary out-buildings Fruit, ot almost every description, in abundance. Persons .vishing to purchase a Farm, would do well to call and examine C racker Hall, before purchasing elsewhere. A iso, at l he same time and place, will be so.d all my Stock, Farming Implements Ac. Rjr* The sale wt.l positive!) take place on the Above named day. Terms liberal, and made known a. sMp mh is—eotj ML AS J. S ANDERS. L^~ l he above sale is postponed to W rdnet lay '.i'Zdinsi.. ill 1<lotlurk. S. J. SANDERS, ap 14—dts (Nat lnt.eodt] rjio PHYSICIANS!!!—RESIDENCE FOR j SALE, in ChARLoTTKkV 11.1.K. \a—Having letermined to leave Charlottes ille about the middle ot July next, and resign the practice ol medicine, in order to conduct a school lor boys, l will offer for sale af auction, on the premises, (lif 'ibth if April. lk-r>7. the HOUSE AND JIlJ^LoT I now occupy. T he house is of brick, lias ten rooms, with fire-places, is covered with date, and is exceedingly commodious, all neces sary out buildings, a well ot fine wa,rr. Ac. Tne position will i>e a mo.-t eligible one for a physician. At the same timp and place, THREE LOTS DF LAND, opposite Rev. Mr. Meade s and Dr. Hargrave’s, containing about SEVEN ! FEN lnii a half ACRES. They may be divided mio two lots, each hav ing water. Immediate possession given. Possession of the house and lot given in July next, until which time l will pursue thepiactu e ji physic. CHARLES MINOR, M. D. Charlottesville mh 'll—lawts criRUSl’EE S SALE.— By virtue ol a deed of £ tru-t from Samuel Russell to the under signed, dated the luth day ol July. 1S->1. duly recorded in thj Cierk s office ol th** (ounty Court cl’ Fair lax County, Va . to secure thiggs W aring, o’l 1 isf^r ( ounty, New \ork.thesum of live hundred collars. (Sb»ut»,j ( shall s»dl at Fail fax Com t House, on Monday the ynth day oj April next, (that b*dng Court day.) the 1KA( I oi LAND therein mentioned, containing one hundred and ninety-live and a half acres, (UC»A acres.) T he above tract ol LAND lies about lour miles Irotn the village ot DranesviUe, and within a short distance ol the river Potomac, is of an excellent quality, anil well supplied with wood and water. Term* cash, hale to take place between i'~ and b o'clock. THOs. R. LOVE. Trustee. F.ii fax County, mh ki'—cot* % I EAOOVV FARM FOR SALE.—I offer at Private s«tie. my fAK.ll King in fne ( wi. ,ty ol Prince Wjiliair, adjoinm* llie land ot .lunge Tyler, and immediately on the Turn pike Road leading irorn Alexandria to Warren t ui. and two ami a half mile* irotn Gainesville, a Depot on the Mananas Gap Railroad. thiity ti\e miles di.stunt from Alexandria; which place ran be reached m two hours on tne Cats. I bi> Estate contains NINr. fii NDRED AND FORTV-ONK AND A HALF ACRES. —about iour hundred ol which are in Wood and timber, i he balance is cleared, and divided in to nine Field.*, all ol them well watered ov ast ij.u Springs, Broad Run—a large ami never hilling mountain s’ream—passes th'ough the Estate from We>t to East, bordering on which is a beautiful Meadow ot one hundred acres, now well taken in I’imothy and blue grass, and not only valuable as a Meadow, but highly useful lor grazing purposes. The uplands are rolling and susceptibe oi any degree ot improvement. /-JL The impr- Veil enis are a large and com jiglm odium, DWELLING, witu seven spa non.' rooms, tour above and thiee below stairs, and the nece.*sary out-houses. Surrounding the yard is a large and Nourishing Orchard of Ap ples. Fears. Peaches. Cherries, Apricots. \c., ot [he finest varieties, and many ol them in full be inng. Country Stores a»e nuinerou- and con venient. The neighborhood is un*ui passed by iny in the State lor health, and affords the best society. Those wishing to purchase a fine country re sidence, wiil do well t» call arm examine this Es'aie. Fo» further information, address Judge Z. Collins Lee, Baltimore. Md . 01 the subscriber. DR .1 AS. W. F. MACRAE. Buckland, Fr. Wm, Co., \ a., ap M—eotl A VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.—The subscriber offers for sale, his FARM. GRANGE VIEW, lying on the Rapid Ann River,Culpeper County, Va., within half mile of the Rapidan Station, on the Orange and Al exandria Railroad, in a thickly settled neighbor hood—the society equal to any m Virginia—the countIV a very healthy one. 1 he tract con tains siX HUNDRED and THIRTY-FOUR and a QUARTER ACRES with an abundance ol timber, convenient to tlie Railroad. A larger portion of the cleared lard has a line southeasterly exposure, and no* productiveness oi crops, compares lavsrably with most ot the farms in in*? neignooruoou. uif vme»i having for soir »* ve.us ptst ranged from 1- to l;V>0 bushels*. without fne use of guano, which would probably double the crops on the same land. The RESIDENCE i» situated on an ijljjj eminence overlooking a larger portion of the cleared land and the surrounding country, m view oi a large number of’ resiliences; aDo a Meichant. (iri<t. and S«w Mill, very conve nient to a Post Office, ibis HARM is within tour nours’ travel bv Railroad ol Richmond, Va , and 2A or 3 hours' ot Alexandria and Washington city. Persons de.-iring further information respect ing this farm, w ith a view to purchasing, are in vited to visit it, or address the tubwrsbt r at Rapid Ann Station. Culpeper County, \a. LAWRENCE H. TALIAFERRO. Culpeper County. Va.. ap b—eoft L> FLOROVE fcOK SALE.—1 will su!i my ) FARM, lying in the upper part ot Kau ri nt-r Comity. immediacy on the road leading f.om Winchester to Warm.tou, one mile and a hall fiom Paris, and five miles from Piedmont Station, on the Manas-as (rap Railroad, and containing I DREE HUNDRED aud I DIK IY ONE ACRES. Each held on tins desirable Sanri contains a never lading Spring or stream of i mining water upon it. fne sti| ply of wood is abundant, and tne timber 0 ot an unusually line quality d here in a Urge and thriving or chard. containing a great v ari«*t \ of trie choice-*t kinds of liuit. Th* fencing on this farm i? principally of stone, put up with r are and with a view to durability. The buildings Consist of a Urgr and commodious BRICK HOKsK. I^'orty eight by thirty feet, wen a brick k> c.i*-n, and an en ry between. I ru-re is a Do erv ner**ssar\ nut building that cm.»d be de vred.o • a scale larger and more durable ;n«n i« relieved can be found u on any other larm iii ♦his* section ot country. Presuming all dr jawed ♦ o purchase will look for t iem»clves, a tn^tuef description i* not deemed ne*es»aiy. Address LEWIS EDM<>.\|)v Ta^i*. Fauquier Co . \ a., ap j/»w '.:n •) t y / Vi w LB>. C() 11(t.N i AKN. assort* •)»*/\M * td nu nbern, of the Nrr> be-t qii’i)*5 —price Us> tuan can be bought for in Baltimore. Merchants dropping their order* in the Post (•dire.will find them promptly attended to. a* we wiililwa'.s have a compUv assortment on hand Fil ZPATRICK * PI RNS, ap 15—lw Fairview Cittton Works. Nf Oi D K—All peisous indebted ?o rue [per [ »ouaS!y] will be a lowed per ceni dis count. by paying the amount of tu<fir indebted ness, by iheibt oi May, 1 b-'*7. Ail ur.paid ac conn's will at that tiaie be put imo the naiidso; a collector for collection. ap 15—3t JOHN A. KEYS. 17NDLI8H MUSTARD—A fud supply of j Taylor's London Mustard, received and or *aU by H. COOK & CO., tp 7 Sarepia Hull. AUCT10N SALES. BY GEORGE R. BLACK LOCK—Auction***. FOR SALE, A NEW, LARGE ANI) COMMODIOUS BRICK DWELLING HoiSK—’H*o. a number of Valuable building h*t tn Alexandria, Va.—Will be sold at public i auction, on 4;h day. (Wednesday.) the 24th in | j^A slant, on jlie premises, at \2oclo<k, Mtba !Sn milsK Ute the residence of Reuben Roberts, deceased, situated near the corner of Wastnngton and Franklin streets. Ir.e house t® new and built in the most subatantial manner, , with all the modern improvements, with gas : and water pipes throughout. Also, a number of very desirable BUILDING LOTS, fronting on Washington, Franklin and Columbus streets. The property, with a plat ot the lots, will be shown by calling on the j subscriber, residing thereon. The above pro i |>erty will be sold altogether, or in lots to suit purchasers Also, at the same time and place, will bo ; sold a FARM, containing about 185 acre®, i situated in Fairfax County, Va., a part ol the 1 Woodlaw n estate,adjoining the laud®oi Chalkley : Gillingham, Mi- rtm Stile® and others. Said Farm | i® well fenced with a good new post and board : fk- A fence, with a small HOUSE, and anew ’ ii'-'da K«rn About ;>0 acres of the land is clear ; ed. aiid in a good state of cultivation; bo acres in original giowth timber, and the balance is i t hw land, ail grubbed ready for cultivation; a’l of which is of first rate quality. '| KKM8 ;—One-third cash—the balance in two equal instalments, at six and twelve months, bearing interest. Note® satisfactorily endorsed. Any person wishing to view the premise®, will be shown the same, and obtain any further information, by calling on JONATHAN RO BERTS. (who* is my agent.) living at Cedar Grove, or by letter directed to him, at Accotink Post Office. Fairfax County. Va. HANNAH ROBERTS, Executrix. dec 1U—eots US?** The above sale is postponed until Satur* day, the 1th day of February, at the same tune cud place, [dec vi5—eotsj H. R., Executrix. VjP* Tne above ®aleis postponed to Saturday % | April iM/i. in Iron! ol the Mayor's Office, at 1*4 1 o'clock, M. [feb l*2-eot»] H. R., Executrix. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND — I By viitue oi a decree of the Circuit Couit ; of Culpeper, in the case of Glassell v» Glas-el1, be , theondeisigned Comissioners appointed tor ■ the purfH»H. will sell at public auction, on the ‘ premises,on Saturday, the 2'^aday of May, IS'1** il lair, it not, on tn** next fair day thereafter, the TRACT OF LAND, upon which JohnGlassell now res de®. situated in the county of Culpeper, and adjoining the Brandy Station, ot the Orange oiid Alexandria Railroad Company. This trart ! contains THREE HUNDRED am) SEVEN 1 Y j ACRES OF LANDoi excellent quality, with j healthy section, ami in a neighborhood uiisui l parsed lor enterprise and social advantages. It ; i*. composed ol gently rolling land suitably j divided and well pioportioned in timber, and j arable land, is well watered, and susceptible of a I high state ol improvement i*Eu.MS ok Salk—Cash for hucn amount as : may be required to pay co*ts ol suit and exe cuting the decree, and the remainder in three equal instalment*, payable in one. two and three 1 years respectively, from day ot sale; the deter red payments to bear interest, to be annually ; paid, and to be secured by the bonds of the pur I chaser, executed with good personal security; and a retention of the title till the puichase . money he iulIv paid. ’ J. C. GREEN, ) J W. GREEN, / Comm’rs. .1 J. HALSEY, ) N. R. At the same time and place. I will of fer for sale. TWO VALUABLE TRACTS OF LV.ND. adjoining the tract above advertised, either together oi separately, as may be desired by purchasers; the one containing VUd Acres, and the other w70 Acres, of superior land, in ex cellent condition, and having a good supply ol heavy timber upon a portion thereot. 'In# said two tracts, together with the one advertised by tile above named Commissioners, presentu g strong inducements to any one desiring a hand some esWe. in a healthy and beautilul coun’ry wneie property is daily advancing in value.— For lurthet particulars, apply to J J. Halsey, Mitchell s Station, Culneper county, Ya. JOHN GLASSELL.JR. Culpeper County, ap9—eot* (1<)MMISSIONER’S SALE OF A VALUA j BLK TRACT OF LAND IN LOUDOUN COUNTY -—in pursuance of a decree ot the County Court oi Fauquier, pronounced at its 1 March term. IS^T, upon a petition filed in said Court by Thomas N. Latham, committee of Levin Lowell, the undersigned. Commissioners named in said decree, will, on Thursday, the 1th : day of May next, in trout ot Bowie s Hotel, in | the town ol UpperviMe, Fauquier county, offer | lor sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, • THE TRACT OF LAND, lying in Loudoun j county, containing TWO HUNDRED AND j SKY ENT\ FOUR ACRES, belonging to the i said Lowell, about two miles and a half • m-r’h of Upperville, adjoining the lands of John M Hai. ison. George S. Ayre, and others — MThe BUILDINGS are indifferent, but the tract is well watered, and has a sufficient quantity ot WOOD and TIMBER upon it.— I There is not a more desirable or productive 1 Farm in Loudoun county, and those wishing to i purchase Land won d do well to examine the premises beiore buying elsewhere. Tknm.h or Salk—The purchaser will be re quited to pay down in rash on Ihe day ol sale, >' 1 mi. and in sixfy days thereafter the further i sum ol Jjil.bfH): and the residue in equal annual : instalment* of one, two and three v»*arB. with i intercut from the day of sale, the interest to be * paid .semi-annually—to execute bonds for the deterred payments, w ith good personal *ecu nty I and the little to the land will be retained till all the purchase nioutv is paid. THUS. N. LATHAM.) C. B TKBBS. JR, LComni’rs. K. M. SriLMAN, J Fauquier Co., Va., ap 4--rots V RETIRED PHYSICIAN, whose sands of life have nearly run out, discovered ' whi‘e in the Katt Indies, a certain cure tor Con ! sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis. Couahs. Colds, ' and General Debility. The remedy was dis , covered by him when his only child, a daughter, was given up to die. W imping to do as much good as possible, he w ill send t© such of his af« j flicte.j tallow being* as request it, the recipe, with lull and explicit dilection* lor making it up and sucrewfctully using it. He requires each ' applicant to enclose him one shilling—three centH io he retuined as posiage on the recipe, and the remain Jer to be applied to the payment - oi tlii- advertisement. Address Dr. H. JAMES, No. Grand street, Jersey City, N. J. i New Jersey, an 7—«ol m LO>l—Yesterday morning,on Royal stieet# between King aid Cameron streets a pair oi GOLD SPECTACLES. The finder will be l.b^raily rewarded, by leaving them at No. 7*t, Prince street ap If—3t VI * AGONS.—Two good FARM WAGONS ff whi«*h have been used only for a nhort time, for ?ale. Applv to PERRY, PKNNEYBACKF.R & CO. ! n;» 14—.'It SADDI.ks’ harness' BRIDLE WHIPS, Ac.—I have oh band a large and superior «ie»or'mrnt ot the above artic’e*, to which I in vite ,he attention of buyers, being confident to gether with quantity and quality, that I can not fitil to please all who may favour me with a call. j 1 WM. F. PADGETT, apll—tltf^_No. Ml King street. Tf^Rl NKS, CARPET BAGS asi» \ALI*E$. I _j hoi receiving at this time, a Urge and elegant assortment of the above, to which l in vi> the *ffpi r«on of purchasers—quality rang ing from the common packing to A No. I SOLE LEATHER TRUNK*. WILLIAM F. PADGETT, ap 10—d4w No. 141. King-street. WORCESTER’S PIANOS.—Just received another of those unrivalled double round corner PIANOS from the above maker. Call <«iid give me your orders, if you want ; something worth having. mb 20 (Sent) JOHN H. PARROTT.