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Ttir >»vnl Courts of Inquiry.
Yestcrdav, Court No. 1 took up the M. (>t ei-Lt. Abner Heed, (dropped by the Vc* Board.)and examined Commo '*re McCauley, ('apt. J. 0. Long, and Lieut. \S ( liibsoo. all of wh m were failed on be f ,it of ex Lieut. B. Messrs. Phillips and .unt are his counse. 1 (\,urt No. 2, some documentary evidence ^ road on the part of the (» wernuient in the ease of Lieut. Alex. C'bson, when the ,,e t r (»»vermuenl closed. Persur A. K ^ tr>on and Capt. Wm. J. McCluny theo tes tified on the part of the applicant. j i,c case ot Captain Latimer is still before ,» urt No. d, wherein C\ inmaoders Steadman s \ peiany were examined on the part of veruuient, and Cornmunder Kitohie on t !t-.t. Lh* part.— Btivv/i. Star. Arrtklcd. Wm Browning ai d Charles B. Minot, of y w L mJon, Conn., have been arrest* d. per rccti m of the Commissioner of Pensions, * r the perpetration of frauds oq his bureau ,, , rder to obtain bounty land warrants—for , papers t*> obtain bounty land war v., t-. These arrests were made only after sa di investigation on the part of an ageot of the bureau sent on from Washington, as eud t in obtaining proof that reudertd such a j. ur>e necessary. The parties seixed are w in prison, awaiting an examination be I r<* an 1. S. Commissioner, soon to be held. II a-sh. S/ur. ___ frio late Judge C*>uway made a donation by his will, of $100 to the Library of the y .ung Men’s Christian Association in Fred ericksburg. _ COM JMEK1TAL. Monetary* There is no new texture to note in our money or slock market since last week. Money con tu.u**> scarce, and rates high. The transactions in stocks hav<fbccn limited, d 1 quotation* are unchanged. The demand tor Land Warrants is quite liir.i vd. and the supply increasing. The rates have again declined, showing a tail ot about 10 cents ;>cr acre during the past two months. The New York Commercial says:—lTnState y’ocks there was more business doing to day.— Virginia 6 s closed at 92. ^ advance; Missouri 6 $ at S' jj 3 decline; North Carolina 0‘s at 92: Ten ues>ee (>v»ef 189 > at 8~i ; and California 7 sol 1 s75 at 59 In Railroad bonds the largest >ale* neie ot Hudson River 3d mortgage at 55.— Ulinois Central closed at 97$. | decline; New York Centra! 6's at 81 Erie Convertibles of 1 vi2 at 31; Terre Haute and Alton 2d mort gage at 64. PRICKS OF PRODUCE IN ALEXANDRIA. KUOM CARS. VESSELS, AND WAGONS, (YKSTKHDAV ) Flora, Super.t * 50 Uf 7 62$ Do Extra.8 00 Uf 8 5U Do Family.0 DO <a 00 00 Whkay, w hite.1 73 (rf 1 <5 Do red......I 69 & 1 70 Corn, (new white.).0 88 (if 0 9<> Coax, (mixed).O t-9 (3 0 90 Cohn, (yellow). 0 88 (if 0 90 Cohn Meal. bushel.0 98 fcf 100 Oats.0 61 Of 0 M RfK.1 03 (if 1 50 Clover Seki», retail).7 50 (if 9 00 Timothy Seed.3 50 fcf 4 00 Flaxseed.1 bO (if 1 85 Scmac. hundred).1 DO 6f 0 00 Plaster, (lump, retail, deliver ed on cars,).4 50 <3 5 00 Do ground do.7 00 (if 7 00 Ulaso.57 00 (if 57 00 Salt, tine..1 75 (if 2 00 Do (moiurI Alum.1 12$ (if 1 2o Bi tter, roll, tb.0 ‘25 6f 0 30 Do lii kin.0 20 (if 0 25 Bacoh. bog round. 12 00 (3 13 00 IVa*.8 25 (if 8 50 Laki». (in k*gs).. ..0 14 (if 0 Id Whit* Beans .1 50 (if 1 75 Blaix-Kuu Leas.1 75 (if 2 00 Hay, (* lUOib.O.0 87$ (if 1 0O FLOUR.—Small sales ol Union street on 'Change at $7 50. Receipts light. W HEAT — There were no sales reported on Change, und our quotations are unchanged. CORN —Sales of small lots of white and mixed at 89<#91c.—an offer ol 9lc. tor a cargo ot white was made, but retused. I he demand continues very active, and the receipts lair. OATS.—Sales at 59ufG2c., country measure. BUSINESS during the week has been dull, and transactions in Flour, Crain, and Groceries ha\ebeen limited. The stocks ot (Groceries on band are light, but sufficient to meet the de mand. Th« Markcta. Baltimore June 12.—The markets are steady. K!«*ur is unchanged; Howard street $7 37$; City Mills $7.2.':<r $7.37$. Wheat is quiet and un changed; red $1,74(5®$ 1,80; white $l,85(if$L90. Corn is nrm at S8<r9V. lor yellow, and 88(if90c. lor white. Whiskey is easier at 3l335$c. New Yout. June 12—Flour is firm; sales of 1'I.ihm) bids State $6.5»c-.tf$6.bf*; Ohio $7,25di $7 NO, Southern is higher at f7.75(Jcf$7.80 — Wheat is linn, sales of 8,500 bushels; white $L 97. Corn is heavy; sales of 22,‘tOO bushels; mixed 96c.; white and yellow are unchanged. Pork i» quiet; mess $^3.60. Beel is ut changed. Lard is steady at 14J Whiskey is quiet, at 3 ; Ac il »5c. Stocks are act ve and higher. Bull tutor* Markets, June 1SJ. Co if ee.— The coffee umiket was firm to div. with a fair inquiry. Sales of 2400 bags Rio Ceffee t'rom the cargo oj the Eiuma, ou private teno : liuu nags c uiroon ao., fri'm same cargo, at lP| cents per tb. Holders of Coffee are rather suffer in their views, and seem disposed to advance the prices. We now quote Rio Coffee as follows: Ordinary at 101 a 10} cents, fair do. at 11 cents, good do. at 11} cents, prime do. at 11} cents, choice do. at 11^ cents. Java Coffee at 15} t<i 10 certs. Laguuvra Coffee at 12}(t^lo cents g* tb. Shiahs.—Market quiet to-day, no sales of importance. The stock on the market is large, hut holders are firm in their views, and will not sell unless at full prices. In the ab sence of transactions, we quote at follows, *i*;- Fair to choice Porto Uico Sugars at 10 75(o.$12; fair to prim* Cu^a and English Mand Sugar, at 1050(<&>ll 50; and refinirg grade* of Cuba and English island Sugars at 0 75(<i SlO 25 per 100 tb*. Halt (more CsMi* Market, Juae 11. Cattle—The receipts of Beri Cattle to-day were again large. some^O'jO head being offered at the M*ales. The market was dull and prices were somewhat below those of last week. Of the Cattle « ffered, 140 were sold tor Philadelphia, 5o were left over unsold, ami the balance, 410 head, were taken up by Baltimore butchers at pnres ranging from $4 ,50 to on the hoof, * qua! to r2 net, and averaging $5,75 gross 1 he average rate last week was $0 gross Hons —Hog* are in light supply and the mar for them i> firm at $0(if$V\50 p-r 100 lbs. net The sales this week have generally been at these figures. Sukkiv—5>heep continue to come forward iree ‘V. and we have to uote a further decline i*- them. We aow quote them at $3$$5 per 100 lbs. lor rlipp»d er VViLLoiuHUY Newton will be supported for Judge ot the Eighth Judicial District, made vacant by the death of Judge Conway, bv MANY VOTERS. Westmoreland Co , my 2S—eotf SALT— 1UOO sacks Fine Salt 5*»oo sacks Coarse do, daily expected and for sale by [je 5J FOWLE & CO. .4. 4 - % By lemruny i*.vcnii*g a iuaiis« ——;o: TiieTroi iu.es at Port Heitiilh'—The excitement at Port -Kepublic, in tur county, has at last come to a crisis. “ Fhe \ igilanoe Committee’* were in session all day on Sat urday last, tr\ing to dispose ot the case of the miserable wretch, JtfF. Handel), whose thefts and wrongdoing have so fearfully an u-ed the indignation of tl e locality which has been cursed by bis presence. M bat the ‘Committee’’ determined on was not permit ted to transpire; but it was intimated that they decided to Imu'j him 1 lhe intentions of the Committee were made known to H in deli, who sent for a preacher, and was en gaged in trying to make peace wi.h his Ma ker. The miserable wretch was taken out on Monday night last, about 1*J o clock, and hung by tbe neck until he was dead ! Toe ■ hanging tot k p'uco iu an o.d unoccupied house in the village. A gentleman who slept within fifty yards of the house in which be was lung, says it was conducted very tpiietlv; -o mucii so, that he heard oothing ot it until next m ruing.— Of course, any appeal revv, to the calm and better judgment ot the people who had him Hi charge, would come too late. That Handel 1 was a finished villim. we think, from all we have heard, admit* of no ! manner ot doubt. He had plundered and i robbed almost every bodv in the neigh hi r 1 hood, for the !a*t IS or -0 3 ears, and lately, j he has commenced a system of burning I barns, which adds a dirker pliate to his • otherwise sufficiently dark character. H-* ! could hardly act worse than be lias d me, unless be ha«lsuperadded tbe crime of inur ; der to the catalogue ot his crim s. \\ 0 have not heard this highest crime known to the laws charged upon him, aliiiougu it is believed by tho->e who knew him be.-t, t ‘.at be would not have hesitated even to commit murder, it it suited his convenience t»> d > it. , As tar as we have heard, he had made him self an outlaw t > the extent ot bis ability.— , llis outrages have been gent rally indi cnnii i nate, although, recently,t»e had been selecting special oljects for the exercise of his ven geance aud hellish malice. And aitlu ugh this had been his character for year-, at d 01- 1 though ail his neighbors believed all the t 111c he was the guilty wre‘ch who was d mg them harm, yet so stealthy were hU move ments—so covered by secrecy and ti»e dai* ; 11I mirlj h'n Ir'K'lii! flint llo iCil li t loof could be obtained to o mvict him. 1* h neighbor© bore patiently with hss d^p n d itions tor long \ ear> up<»n their oorntie.ds chickeu-coops, and sin >k*.-houses; but w hen the dark ard malignant crimed' arson was ©uperaditd to his offences, outr »g*d hum »n ity could stand it no longer, ard his neigh bors determiped to take vengeance iu their • own hands—aud a terrible retribution it was! —th© infliction of the death penalty without , . the formulas of a trial by jury! In the name ol Goo! \ve have no apologies to offer for such a depraved villian as we be lieved Kuidali to have been, yet may we uot appeal to the good people who have been so j grievously wronged by the wretch, whether it hud not been better not t> have shed his blood, until every remedy provided ]y the law* had been completely exhausted ‘ ^ © are well acquainted with a majority of the t intelligent citizens who had tnis matter in charge, and we know them to be amongst the best citizens in the county or in the Mate. We could entrust our life, our property, and all rur interests to their Keeping, with out a solitary tear ot being wronged by them, whether sworu 10 tiy us in a C^oui t House or anywhere else. They may have given Kandell what he de served in hanging him; yet to have don© | that, unqoesti >nably involved a serious in- : fraction of law, which they uigat not to have committed, it it could. by any manner cl means, have* been avoided. e* w ail l there fore have appeal* d to them, one and ab, to j try it th* y might not have avoid eel the dread ful alternative upon which they Imd determ ined. Not i r the sake ol K mdeil, whose liberty and possibly vihusc hie may have been justly forfeited; but for tf.eir o.vn sake©, whose re; utatmti a- law abiding citizens, was inv Ived in the is^u**. Let not Uockirgf am inaugurate in her mi 1st the teriibfe reign « i Lynch law;esptcial v let it not bo said that the intelligent, sober, moral, higbui'nd* d, worthy citizens ot any portion ot cur county have deliberately trampled upon the sacr-.d right of a trial by jury, in a regularly con stituted Court * f juMie* ! God grant that we may never have an-th* j er such tragedy iu our counts! — hock. I>* j. Tuk Military Cai.i.ep Oct.— Numbers ot citizens assembled on Wednesday tiigbt m tbo vicinity of the city jail, b*r tiie purpose of inflicting punishment on l nos. .J. Ilardv, now confined therein tor committing hu outrage on the person *d little L ur a Hcnmot, on the Deli insf. Vo learning the intention of those assembled, the Governor, at the request of the Mayor, order© i cut detachments *•! m ve nd of our voiuateer cum pat i», w ho were ©rationed in and around the j id for the \ ur- ( pose of preventing the attempted rescue. The military were on guard in and around the jail durii g the night, and though till a late hour gr ups ot exceed men lingered about, no attempt vta^ nie.de to force an on trance. \V(”e are gratified that things passed off’ as thev did, for it dem castrates ihar we have an order and Lw-loving people. It is very true that liar iy’s heinous crime strongly excited the feelings of the people, reu‘b' us they ever are to resist ami punish wrong and outrage, and esp* chilly such as hi-; vet _L . . k i. AM M. Ill Ai.ntAWt * Loiliuol |pf the law t^ke its c« u»>e, without resorting to any violeut not, which all will regret, even though the object roughs to be accomplished is good. There were rumors of another at tempt 1 rat night.— tiU'h. Anar. — — — —■ ■— mill ii j AIiM 4A al. \ a 57 Sun S un JI NK. rims sets Moon 6 Phases. 13 Saturday... 4 30 7 24! n h. « 14 Sunday.4 35,7 2 4 : «st r.r. 15 1 ! M 15 Monday... 4 .‘*5 7 23 Ntvv. . . .23 2 47 m 10 Tuesday.... 4 37 7 25 i 3 > S 11m. 17 Wednesday 4 35 7 25 Fuli.. . 7 1 43 m. IS Thursday.. 4 35 7 23, moil WAT Kit It* Friday. 4 35 7 25 Ji nk 13 10h 5< n L A T K S T l> A T E if. Loudon.May -l ; Ha vie.^,;iy - 0 j Liverpool .>lxv ill | Now Orleans.Dim* .» nAHlAE i.lST. 1»>UT OK AI.K\ A N Pul A -Jl NK 14 A K 41V ED. Schr. Rome, l*raves, Port P< posit, lumber to Sinoot & l hlet. Steamer Piamond State, Kiivvm. Baltimore, to Wheat & Bio, and Freight tor the Pis* net. Sciir. Black Monster, Townsend, N«.w \oik. salt to Fowle At Co. Sailed. Schr Black Squall, t erry, Haiti mote, by Cum berland Coal and Iron ( o. Schr. Maryland, Chase, Baltimore, by Cum berland Coal and Iron to Schr. John Walker, Farrow, Baltimore, by Master. , . . Schr. Ben Slupperd, Marsh, Laurel, . el., by Master. Schr Olivia, York, Boston, salt by CL YV. Har rison Schr. Potomac. Berry, Baltimore, by (. umot i ■ land Coal and lion Co. Memoranda. Schr. Arctic,Critcbett, cleared at New York, lor this port, 10th inst. A WET NURSE WANTED immediately— good home and good wages. Apply at tbib office. j* 13 ti | i v BBLS. PITCH, just received from North 4*\ | Carolina, and lot sale bv 1 je 3 FOWLE & CO. ju tf v ;i u * « « -<j Sad Homicide in Washington.—A scene of violence and bloodshed was enacted at about .» o\l >ek, yesterday afternoon, at the !Hirer-beer saloon of Joseph Gurburd, on Maryland avenue, near its intersection with I he canal. Three men Irom A lexand: ia, said to be named Kudd, Smith, and Hall, and two from the Navy ^ ard, called lor and ob tained drink at Gerhard s, lor which they refused to pay. An altercation consequent ly ensued, in which Mrs. Gerh :rd participa te!; and at length blows were passed* the barkeeper, Henry Shulte, assisting his eiu ployeis. The parties passing out into the avenue, s'ieks and snmes were freely used, until Gerhard advanced with a pistol, which tie is in the habit of keening in his bar, and tired at the assailants. i he shot took effect on one of the Alexandrian*, when Gerhard prepared 10 tire a s* cond time. At this in stant tfie barkeeper turned hiniseit around in lront oi Gerhard, and so received the shot intended tor the other party luii in the breast. Poor Shulte fell and almost instant ly expired. Guhard was soon anested, and (he ease examined by Justice H >nn, who, al ter hearing twenty one witnesses held G ir tmrd to bail in the sum of >•* POO to appear at the coming term of the Oiiminal Court. J »hn lt)bins >n, one of the Navy \ ard men, was subsequently arrested as a participant in the riot, aud held to *3P0 bail for further examination. Tne Alexandrians took to Ibgiit homewards, but ollicers have been dis patched to Alexandria to secure their arrest as fugitives from justice.—AuL Jut. oj ye.v taday. Marketing.—The weather has been par ticularly favorable to the growing crops of grains and vegetables, and there is a great abundance of the latter. Prices, however, keep unwarrantably high, though within the week there has been a slight decline. Green peas sell at 2\a 3 l cts. peek; Ivirlv Yorks plots. head; Lettuce 1(^0 cts. ^ head; Peels i\u Id cts. bunch of six or eight.— Ti.ere have been a few Cucumbers brought . , i i __ i— „. * to inalKer. mil as me regwuu pi-o^u \el come, they are bought at a high figure, merely a* rarities. Strawberries, although in great abundance, owing to the wet weath er. are of inferior flavor—they sell at from i<i^/fI cis. V quart—the latter price for very superior qualities, in sinail quantities.— Meats are exceedingly high —very little beet is now brought to mirkef; it sells ut ld(q 15 cts. V lb; Veal ami Lamb aie principally bought—prices 8, 10, 12, and loots. lb , according to quality. '1 he supply of Butter i*» getting mole abundant, but prices keep up, viz; 25(u31 cents f‘ It* Eggs are iu abuu dauce at 121(o. 14 cents p* d. zen. Bel mint’s Festival.—Thursday last was celebrated by our Catholic fellow-citizens, as the Festival of Corpus ChrKti, and services were held in St. Mary’s Church, at 0 and 10 o’clock, A. M. This festival is kept in re membrance of the institution ol the Sacra ment of the Holy Eucharist, or Lord’s Sup per, and is of comparatively modern origin; having become universal in the church only titter the (ieneral Council of \ ieune in 1311, though it had been observed at particular places at a somewhat earlier date. Riflemen’s Band—The performance of this new Band, on the occasion of the last parade of the Alexandria Riflemen, was very creditable, and elicited general praise. Tne lL.nd is now fuliy organized, and im proving rapidly in their training, and in a chert time Alexandria will have a band equal to any in our neighboring cities. A good band has long been wanted in this place, and should receive liberal encourage ment. Ci/se of the Childrens’ Fair —The Chil drens’ Fair, at the corner of King and Co lumbus streets, closes this evening, when the articles remaining unsold will be disposed ot at auction. As things will be soM cheap, and much iuuucent mirth may he expected, we doubt not a large crowd will be in atten dance. Excursion or the “ Merry Baciieiors.”— Tne “Merry Bachelors* ” Association, ot this city, will make an Excursion up the Canal, on Monday next, as far as Arlington Springs, where they purpose spend-ng the day. The Bachelors pledge themselves that every cfLit will be made to make this Excursion an agreeable oue. Lust; Bripc.e.—The repairs on the Long Bridge have been Jictively entered upon. On Wednesday, the contractor for the neces mry pile-driving—Mr. Bradshaw, ol Alex andria—“came on the ground” with his steam pile driver, lie is to furnish the piles and drive them for Si,000. Am *ng the passengers who sailed for Eu* rope, from X< w York, on W ednesday, in the steamer Arabia, was W m. 11 Fowle, esq., of this place. Mr. F.t wc believe, lias business in relation to negotiations fur the sale ol I) .IS I' ....I H f* I % » • » vv'X,--.**- y -- r*> v 7 Manassas duo Rail Road bonds. M asonic —The following gentlemen wero elected on Thursday night, officer* of Wash ington Lodge, No. for the en-uing year, viz ; J. 0. Rroun, W. M : d. A. MiR urn, 8. W.; Outhbert Powell. J. W.; D. F. Witmer, Treasurer; W. II. Lambert, 8. Jb; W. L. Padgett, J. Lb, and John 8nak.es, Tyler. Cameron Distillery.—The new distillery of Messrs. Ciemsoii &, Cookxon, near Came ron Mills, has gone into operation, and dea lers in this section of the country will tiud it to their advantage to note the fact. Sunday School Excursion.—The Sunday School attached to the Second Presbyterian Church, made an excursion to Arlington Springs, yesteiday, and there spent the day in a \ery pleasant way. Alexandria Library —The additions for the past week are; Irving's Lite of Wash ington, Yol. 4; Life ol Charlotte Rronte, - \ ols. | >UTTER and CHEESE—Just received, 25 hall tirkius BUTTER; 25 boxes extra prime Dairy C HLLSr., lor sale low, at whole sale or retail. j* p—dlw HUL^T & CO . 147. King-st_ 1JORTER, ALE and BROWN STOUT—A fresh supply,just leceived, by je 4 RIDdELY, HAMPTON A CO. ’ITTHITE LEAD AND OIL —SO kegs pure VV White Lead; 0 bids. Linseed Oil, for sale by [ )e lt'j WHKAl A BKO. I__ BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. Arrival of the Steamer Georfc e Law. LATK11 FIUJM 0 AI,IFOKNI A. -0:- " New Vork, dune 12.—The steamer C.eorge j i Liw, from Aspinwall. the5'h, with the Cali fornia mails of ,the 20th, has arrived. She brings 2,000,OIK) in specie. The massacre of Crabb’s party was caus ing great excitement in California. The mines were yielding well. Affiirs on the Isthmus w'ere quiet. The new administration of New (iranad had not iccedtd to our dem ind. Tilt; rev dutiou in Persia had been sup | pressed. The fleet of the Insurgents had surrendered. The ships Independence and St. Marys we»e off Panama, and the Wabash w is off Aspinwall. Intelligence (ruin S m Ju in del N >rt»\ state* , th it over one hundred of W alkor’s mon were | 8 ill at that place, sick, and in a destitu e c u dition. It was reported at Panama, that the Chi' - | eh a Isliuds were tube p! ice l un ler tie ' j lint probation ot Kngiand and f ranee.— j The sloop of war -John A lams was at the 1 Chinch a*. A letter to the Panama Scar states that the Convention has closed the recent session on the question of the Knghsti and French pro- i petorate of the chiucha’s. It is thought > I j their v ite will be iu favor of establishing the ■ protectorate. Strong fears are entertained by some, that Walker, in confoiiuity to the threats made ; by him after his capitula'ion, will return with another army of filibusters to the lsth I * 1 mn* and regrets are exnressei that Mora did . . .. I hot bind him and his officers in the terms ot the Capitulation, not to again put ljot on ! Central America. The California papers give the details of j the massacre of Crahb’s party, which it seems ; was attended by incidents ot unusual cru 1 eltv. Crabb it seems was out alone when taken: was tied with his arms above h e head to a post, and his b'»dy riddled with a hundred bullets. The excitement in Califor nia over this massacre, seem* to be intens', and it is feared that a general plan ot ro . venge against the Mexicans will b) adopted. Business had not improved since the sailing of the last steamer. The money m arket was easier. Stocks were quiet. Arrival of (irn. Walker. Washington, June 12.—Gen Walker, nc- 1 | com pan led by Cols. Lockridge nnd Waters, ! and Capt. Fayesoux, arrivtd here this fore- ! noon in the eleven o’clock train. No pei gon here was advised as to what hour he would arrive, consequently no preparations were made to receive him. The party are quartered at Brown’s hotel, where their rooms ; a -e thronged with his friends and sympa- 1 j th’sers. Walker Meeting In New York. Ni:\y York, June 12 —The meeting yes ' terday of lien. Walker’s friends was large | and enthusiastic. Speeches were made by I : Col. Fabens, Elijah Furdy, and others, and a Committee of Reception appointed, \T a LUABL F. K E a L KST AT E Ft > R tSA L E IN PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY. .MD : ! —The subscriber intending a change ot resi- ! | dence, offers at private sale, his present resi- ; , deuce, “THE LODGE,’’ containing one tUN- j phkd ackks, thiee-tourths of highly improved • l.jnd, and the ballance in wood, within two j j : miles of Alexandria, and w ithin six miles of | , j A Washington City. 1 he DWELLiNG is j , ; j4|iyB.^ery commodious and roomy, replete j \ witu eveiy convenience lor a Summer and Win- j | t^r resilience, suitable l«»r a private residence as ! , wed as lor a public Academy. It is situated , jona beautiful hill, overlooking an extensive j valley, with a p.cturesqe scenery unsurpassed. < The other Farm buddings are all new and com- , plete. consi-ting ot Kitchen. Meat House, Ice | House, Stables, Corn House, Granary. Arc. The , Orchard and Gulden are bountitidly stork* »1 ] with all tin* choicest variety ot Fruit. Beside , the attraction ..f this Farm, as one of the most , healthy and delightiul residences, the lands are | peculiarly adapted to the growth of all the , Crops incident to tins climate, and to the growth j of all the Vegetables our climate turnislies. < I Around the Dwelling there is an extensive and j i beautiful green yard, with a gmvt quantity ot i large Fruit 'Frees not often found around the | Country dwellings in the vicinity ol Washing- j | ton and Alexandria. The neighborhood is very , thickly settled, and ot unexceptionable so- j j tiety, with churches of the Catholic, Episcopal, • \ di d .Me thodist denominations. ; Besides this Farm, the- subscriber offers at pri vate sale another line f AKM. called “ BKjICH y HILL ' of 130 ACRES, of which *20 acres is of < Meadow land, 3u of Wood land, and the bal- . ance of a prime soil, adapted to ihe growth, not \ i ! - - .. l" ..... .... ..M/v .. i /v.it. a 1 i m •! f o Kilt IV) it 14*11. i 4 *JlI I % Ul l ^ I \ |W|» VI ^ J f-* \ larly suitable li r a Market Garden; the situation is two miles and a hall trom Alexandria, and 5 live and a half Irom Washington: it is beautilul. ^ j picturesque, and as healthy as the "Lodge. On j tin* Farm there is a Brickkiln, containing 70, ! 000 brick, that persons desiring to build a ’ | resident? on the land, could purchase Irom lue j j subscriber at a low price. '1 hert are some new i building" on inis Farm. Persons wit htng to purchase will be shown I i tl.c premises by the subscriber, or by Tbos ; ! Glino s, esq. I Terms liberal, and can be modified to suit « ! puichasers. Addrtss 5 GUSTAVUS FINOTTI, Care of Thos. Grimes, Washington City P. O. ] my 13—eolm* 1 I^UNNEMEDE SCHOOL.—The first ses sion t»f this School will commence on the 1st ot October, lbf>7, and close on the 31st ot July, lb-r*S. The course of instruction will in j I elude the English, Latin, Greek. French, and ( | Spanish languages, and their Literature and , : Matnematics, (both theoretically, and in its j practical applications.) I he principal is a S graduate of the University ol Virginia, and was ( I engaged tor one year as teacher of Mathematics ^ in the School ot Air. L. AI. Coleman. I he < ! School is situated in Fauquier County, in a neighborhood well known l«-r its fine climate, i and excellent society. lerms—Board and Ini ■ tion tor each term ol li\e mouths. $12*r», payable i ofl the 1st ol October and 1st of March—Lights ex ra. Address the Piircipal at Salem Station, Fauquier Co., Va GKA\ CARROLL, M. A. References. The Faculty of the University of Virginia. James K. Marshall, ei*q, Virginia Senate. I F W Coleman, esq.. Virginia Senate. Finn. A. Atkinson. Isle of Wight County. ! George W. Carroll, esq , Isle oJ \Y ight Co. i : Col. C G. Coleman, Louisa Co. I Rev. G. H Norton, Warrenton. Va. i Salem Station, Fauquier Co , mv 27—eotlstN i 1 FAUQUIER FAMILY HAMS.—A small ( ^ lot very "iiperinr just received, and tor sale , i b/ [je yj marshall & ward. IHM ARSE1LLES TRIMMINGS and Birr j 111 TONS, also Elastic Belts, iust received, at je y RICHARDS', No. 110, Kang at. John L. Mauve, esq -Hear sir: i«« bers. citizens ol Caroline County, who Hon, a long ami intinia'e knowledge ol your character as a man, amt high estimate ol your acquire ' merits as a lawyer—their know huge ot jour j opinions as to the responsibilities ot the station, I and ot your views as to the manner in which it | should be attained—and a confident belief ot l your acceptability loa large portion ol the 1 pie composing the Pircuit, earnestly desire your consent to be permitted 'o present you to them, as a suitable person to till tlie Office ot Jud^e ' ot this Judicial Circuit, recently vacated by the death of the late incumbent Judge Eustace Pm.wav. Yours very respectfully, ✓ ! Anthony Thornton, Pichegni Wooilolk, Peter R Th ^rnton, I Charles T. .lessee, Rev. And w Bioaddns, Kdwin G Andrews, Silas .1 Broaddus, Reuben B. Richerson, William Page, Nathaniel Mu'ley, Thomas Broaddus, I hilip Green. Richard Green, Leroy H. Kemp, George Mahon, Jos A. Broaddus, IraK. White, Charles W. Jc lies, Richard A. Puller, Robert S. Broaddus, Henry Kidd, John B. Puller. Jtlor. K Broaddus, Willis Pitts. John Broaddus, Jas. H Broaddus, John M. Puller. Reuben T. Broaddus, George P. 1 od, Richard K. Broaddus, John G Cole, Rev Robert W C ole, Oswald Bea/.ley, L W. Kdmundson, A1 Marrnuluke, Andrew J Pitts, John IT Pitts, Oscar 1) Pitts, Wm. H. ( ole, Jas S. Cole, Joseph C. Bruce, Robert R. Sale, John W Page, Isaac Cecil. George Baldwin. George H. Houston, Andrew Aciee, .vi .u-k. i*ray, j i , Jourdan WoolJolk, Thomas Motley, Mai k L B«mlwaie, James Wright, .Miikcoi* lion I ware, Bloxeom Wright, John T. Lewis, John V Martin, T. R. Thornton. James F. Gouldin, John Gouldin. A. Moore Boulware, Wm. Gravatt, Alex. Mahon, Wm. .1 Broaddus, Wm. Toombs, Dandridge Fitts, Jas. R. F. Houston, Giav Chenault, Albert G. Broaddus, Joseph T. Gatewood, Hiram Brookes, John W. Goulden, Robert F. Drjarnette, Ira K. Dickinson, Wm. 1. Jones, Wm. K. Jones, L B. Jones, Col. Woodson Wright. Robert B. Tunatall, Kdgar Me Kenney, Wm. R. B. Wyatt, Dr. Be; j. Anderson, John V. Kean, Joseph Jessee, Francis W. Conway, A) left H Conway, Lau. H. Jeter, Charles W. Thornton, ; Henry F. '1 liornton, John Long, Byrd A. Jerdou. L. P. Tod, Lewis H. Smo >t, Robert C (Jreen, Willis Fitts, Mor. K. Taylor, Wm. B Taylor, Join don South worth, Robert Jordon, Paul Sell, Muscoe Self, Benj unin S* If, Royal Eubank, VVm. B. Ciavatt, Hugh R. White. John W. Wool folk, Robert Hudgin, lieorg* l' Carneal, Waite'- C. Hudgins, ! Horace Wright, j Jesse L. ( obb, Robert T. Hudgin, Spencer Beazley, Alack Cray, Sen , John Sell, Wm. Sell, Peter Weisner, Joseph Sell, , Wood lord VV. Taylor, Ira Thomas, Ira Seal. Andiew Dunn, Thomas Richerson, Russel Munday, John VVlia ton, Wm. Barlow, Robert S. Conklin, Robert rimer, Silas Gouldin, Burton K idd. Reuben Yates, George Martin. Klisha Chenault, Philip Gatewood, Philip IV Pitts, James Andrews. James L. Cm ter, Moore K Sale, Silas Vaughn Fid red Vaughn, Lewis Farmer, James Sorrell, Thomas Kidd. Robert M. Wright, George P. Turner, Dr. Lewis M. George, Robert (V Sutton, John J Saunders. Cornelius Campbell, French D. Campbell, Joseph W. Campbell, | Cornelius Gravatt, Win. J. Bates, Dr. C. C. Broaddus, Thomas L ( 'atlett, P. R Catlett, Thomas ('atlett, Wm. Pugh, George W. Valentine, < B C. Shackelford, Charles F. Farisb, James Woollolk. rThos C. ('handier. Sr. Dr. George F. Swann, Steven Oliver. r itKDKKK'KSUl'Kii. May S , 150/ —UKMI.hMI.X-. | — 1 have received your letter ol the S:S*h 1 list, , requesting that 1 would permit my name to be j presented to the voters ol this Judicial f ircui\ ! as a suitable person to discharge the duties ot the ottice vacated by the death ot Judge (. on way. ; Among the signatures t * your letter. I see the i names ot many, who tor more than th rty years, ; have known me well, in the constant intercourse ; ot private and professional lite. For such a manifestation ot your high regard, \ and the very favorable opinion which you ex- | press of my qualifications tor the office, l could ! not be less than profoundly gratetul ; and the confidence which you avow, in my fitness tor the post, tends in some degree to diminish that painlui self-distrust, w hich 1 know you will cre dit me in saying, still embarrasses me in re sponding to y ui call. Tue duties whi'-h devolve upon a Judge, draw ceaselessly and severely upon the highest capa cities, ol his intellect, and demand tor their faithful discharge the sternest virtues ol which manhood is capable. So \aried and so vital are the interests, both private and public, which are committed to his determination, that any man ol enlighten**! conscieiitionsne-s may well doubt his fitness to assume the solemn responsibilities of the trust. Appreciating in this wise, the duties ot tins ollice, you will concur with me in opinion,that it is a post not to besought; but that the incum bent should be elevated by the deliberate judg ment and the tree choice ot thos°, whose vital interests aie thus dependent upon his official fi delity. It may be reasonably questioned whether one thus elevated has a right to decline the accept ance ol the ti list. It then the voters of this Judicial Circuit, shall, without any agency or solicitation oq my part elect me as their Judge, l will accept the ollice —and assuming the duties with unaffected dis trust of my capacity,! Will give my bestenergies to their faithful discharge With gratetul acknowledgements lor the kind and complimentary terms of your letter, I am, ve.y respectfully, your friend and ser ant. John L. Makye. To Messrs. Anthony Thornton, l'ichegru Woollolk, I’etei R. Thornton, Charles F. Jesse, Rev. Andrew Broaddus and others, ot Caroline Co. l-SSa nt'DT • I.... 1 i,' U1JIV J 4 I > a 1*1 \ » . « av u 4IICV 411^ V4 I the citizens of Spotsylvania County, held at Spots ylvania Court House, on the first day ol June, lb07, being Court day, Wm. H. Hansbrough, vva* called to tbe Chair, and Win. M. B. Goudvwn, appointed Secretary. The ol j-ct of the meeting having been ex plained by the Chairman and Dr. H.T. Mil or, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted. Whereas, JOHN L MARYK, SenT has in response to a call made upon him by a large and respi ctable number ol the citizens ot Caro line County, consented to serve as Judge of this Circuit, i* elected, and we the people ol Spottyl vauia County, do highly approve ol said call liom Caroline: Therefore— JlesolcrJ, That we do hereby cordially endorse said recommendation, and pledge ourselves, without distinction, of party; to his uuanimous support. Jleiok'ed, That these proceedings be published in all the Nevvpapers in this Judicial Circuit. On motion, the meeting adjourned. WM. H. H ANSBROUGH, Chairman. Wm M. B. Goodwin. Secy. TWTOT1CE TO FISH K.RM KN.—The sobscri her oilers at piivale sale his laige FlsH ING OUTFIT, comprising one large round bottom Boat, good as new; aUo one large Bateau, Scopes, a large number ol Y'a?» and Stands, look out Boats, Seines, eight iion Cap stans. between live and six hundred barrel?; also a good deal of Salt and the usual appurtenances To a Fishery. The above can be seen at any time at Upper Goose Bay, by calling on the subscriber. Those feeling interested can ascertain terms by calling on Thomas Perry, of Alexandria, or on the subbcriher at his residence in Nanjetnoy. THUS. P. GRAY. Charles County, Md , je 2—eo2m WOOL, purchased by j* 2 ROBINSON A PAYNE. V FAIRFAX FARM FOR RALE.—In pursuance of a decree of theCiicuit Court ol Fairfax County, pronounced at its June Term. 1S*>7, m ihe suit of Krdiert R. Daniel’s Commit tee vs. Richard N. Daniel. Ac., 1 will otier at Public Sale at Fairfax C. H., on Monday, the 17lh of duqu*t, ls'»7, (Court-day) the TRACT OF LAND formerly belonging to Stephen Daniel d»cd. and known as Tin ner s oi l place, contain ing THREE HUNDRED AND TYVENTY E1UHT ACRES. Said FARM is situated about three miles south west ot tiie ( ourt Hou>e. and adp>ins liie | lar ds of sheid and others: A large portion of the Tr c is in valuable Timber, tor wbich there j is great demand. If lies convenient to the Rail- | road, is ot fair quality, awl lias upon it tolerable good improvements T Kit ms ok Salk -One-tenth of the purchase i money to be pdi! down as n dejmsite, liable to forfeiture on failure to comply with the tennsoi sale, upon it> co: tirmation by the Court: tlje re sidue in three equal instalments ot six, twelve, and eighteen months, with infere-1. to be secur ed by the bond ot the purchaser with good se cunty, the land liable to be resold on failure to meet deferred payments, and the title to be le tumed until the put chase money is paid. STEPHEN 1). FOOTE, Cornin’r. Fairfax County, je 13—'avvts * BY S. J. McCORMICK-—Auctionkkr. IlLEOAVT FURNITURE AT AUCTION j —Will be sold at Public Auction, on Med uesday, the IT lh <j June, lsfi7, at IU o clock, at the establishment ol the late Chas. Koones,dec'll., coinei of Rmg and Columbus streets, the entire Stock ol FURNITURE on hand, consisting ol j BEDS TEADS ol various maleiials and patterns; j handsome Sideboard*: Wardrobes; a variety ol , elegant Bureaus, with and without Classes; Solas: j Settees; Lounges; Tables ol various patterns; Hatracks; a variety of elegant Chairs; Walnut and Mahogany Washstands. with Maible lop-; j seveial dozen Cane and Wood Seat Chairs; a , number ot Sofa and Lounge Frames; Mahogany j and Walnut Chair Frames; with numerous , other articles, such as are usually found in the | best Cabinet establi-hments. Also, all the HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN Ft R\lTCRF. which belonged to the said ( has. Koones, deceased. Also, one line Horse: one ; Furniture W ago*': one Heats**: the Hoise l ov\er ; us**il m the establishment; one first rate Lathe; I one Morticing Machine; Ciicular Saw; I ools; ! Benches; several dozen Hand Screws; Iron; ( ramp. <\c,\c. Also, a variety ot Mahogany, j Walnut, Cherry, and Fine Lumber, Scantling ! and Flank: with a quantity ol Mahogany, Wal nut. and Zebra worn! Veneer. Tkkms;—All sums under >-’<>. cash; $>20, and le*s than $>IOO, 1 months; $>100 au«l over, 6 months credit, lor approved endorsed notes. No property removed until the terms are complied with. je o—eots THOMAS DAV V. Prusfee If FRY VALUABLE FKOFERY FOR SALK. \ —1 will sell, at public auction, on Thun ilay.the 1 S/A June next, at the Aldie Mills, in Loudoun County, V a., all my REAL ES I A 1 E to wit: The ALDIE MILL PROPERTY, em bracing that well known and valuable estab lishment. with about FIVE ACRES OF LAND adjoining. TheMERCHANl MILL, has five run of ours, and is a very substantial brick structure, tour stories high. 40 by 00 teet. and is in first rate repair, tor manufacturing dour.— It i> situated on Little River, a never tailing stream, with a fall of 16 teet. wheels upwards, on the Little River Turnpike, 34 miles from Al exandria. and within about 3 miles ot the nearest station, on the Loudoun Branch ot the Manas sas Gap Railroad, now under construction.— Contiguous to the Merchant Mill, is a valuable corn and plaster mill, and saw mill, which have the largest business ol any in the County. The MDWELLING. Millers House and Granary. are all of br.ck, and well adapted to the property. In short, ihere is scarcely a more desirable property of the kind in »he County— and is admirably adapted to being converted into a first class woolen, or Cotton Factory. Also, the store house and lot, in Aldie, occu pied by J. I*. H. Gieen as a store house, two stories high 00 by 24 teet. Also, OU acres of wood la»*d. adjoining the lands ol John J. Currel. Samuel .Simpson's heirs, and others, all in valuable timber. Also, about 10U Acres of laud, adjoining Dr. Lacey's heirs. W. N. Berkeley, and others, about one half in wood. The open iaiul is in good con dition. and under good fencing. Also. 70 Acres on the Little River Turnpike, about S miles below Aldie. nearly all in timber, within a mile of tne Manassas (Lip Road afore said. 1 am anxious To s**ll all this property.and inv.te ttie attention of the public to it. The terms as to payments, will be reasonable, and will be made known at the day ot sale. JOHN MOORE. Aldie, mh 24—\vtJunel0&eo?s A Valuable farm in fauquirk co, AT PUBLIC' SALE.—Will be sold or. the premise*, on Thursday the i^th day of June, 1S07, the FARM known as -ROCK HILL.” situate*! in the county ol Fauquier, 2$ miles Irorn -The Plains” Depot, on the MmassasGap Railroad, and 0 miles Irorn Middleburg, adjoining the lands of Daniel Haines, Jacob Howdershell, and others, 'i he Tract contains 412 ACRES, ot which about 3UO acres are cleared, well watered, and in a line slate of cultivation—the remainder is excellent Wood Land. To any one wishing a good Farm, convenient to market, and in a good and healthy neighbor hood, this possesses rare attractions. The terms will be liberal, and made known on day of Sale. The Farm will he shewn to any one wishing to see it, by Mr Fields, who is now' residing on it; or, for tmther intoimatiou, address the sub scriber, at Alexandria, Va my is—eots EDGAR S. HU ICHISON. I AND FOR SALE.— I w ish to sell that part j of my land w hich lies North ot the Thorn tons Gap Turnpike. It adjoins the village ol Culpeper Court House—the centre of the tract being within ten minutes walk ot the Railroad Depot. It contains ONE H U N DR ED and SEVENTY ACRES, nearly hall in wood, and ol that a portion excellent timber. The cleared land yielded a Urge crop of Corn last year, lor the season, and is now in wheat wnicri will at lord a lair indication o* its quality. It lam not offered my price tor it by tbe third Monday in June. 1 shall lay off ten ten acre lots nearest tbe tow n, and sell them on that day at auction, on the usual terms oi one, two, and three payments. George M. Williams. Attorney. Culpeper Court House, will show the land or treat tor its sale. JOHN S. PENDLETON. (.’nip* per County, Va., ap 22—eots n A KM FOR SALK —Being desirous oi re moving to the South, I offer lor sale the farm on which 1 reside, known as GRANGE, in the County of Culpeper, Va., about four miles from Brandy Station, on the Orange and Alexan dria Railroad, and two miles from the Plank Road leading to Fredericksburg. This larrn contains ELEVEN HUNDRED and 1WEN TY-TVVO and a HALF ACRES, about tour hundred of which are in wood, with an ample supply ot good timber. From the locality of the 1 anti it would veiy well divide into two tarms. The soil is naturally well adapted to grass, and the crop» ot grain will compare favorably with a those of the neighboring farms. The DWELLING HOUSE is large and com modious, and together with all the out buildings in good repair. Being piesumed that no one will purchase w ithout first view ing the premises, it is deemed unnecessary to say more, than that a bargain may be hath and terms of payment made easy. GEORGE HAMILTON, Jr. Brandy Station. Culpeper Co., my l6-2awbw % FOR RENT.—I offer tor rent, for one B ^year, from »he 27th of May, 1807, tbe <1 * sirabie three-story BRICK HOUSE, onlbcnorth side of Prince, between Water and Union streets, belonging to the estate of John Tatsapaugb, de ceased. Immediate possession will he given. FRANCIS L. SMITH, Com r. je 10—2aw2w ’ __ ___ JUST RECEIVED—A fine assortment of Porte Monaies, Purses, and Pocket Books, ni firat duality, and at low prices, at o' hrBt q y’ H. B. WHi n iNliTON'S, | ja ly M Slug v/ v/ 1 iv/ii UAljJi*1. 1 EXECUTORS’ SALE OF VALUABLE j lands and perishable propi r 1 \ We shall offer lor sale, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on U'edncgday. the / day of July. I8f»7. it tair.it not, on the n,*xt tan day, at the late residence ot William Glascock, deceased, near Rectortown, Fauquier ( ..m, , Va, two valuable TRACTS OF LAND M which the said decedent died seized, and p« sed. One containing FIVE HI NDRKD an » SIXTY FOUR ACRES, 3 Foona. y4j Poiks. and the other containing FOUR Hl NDKl 1* ami FIFTY-EIGHT ACRES, 1 Rood. :u 1 <u **. The said tracts will be sold separately—lhey are both in a high state ot cultivation, and well supplied with timbku and good water, they are located about one mile flora Rectortov.n s tion. on tiie Manassas Gap Railroad, and < tf# : strong inducements to persons wishing t« pur chase first class farming lands. The impiov.» Mments on the smaller tract are good, t! »• DWELLING HOUSE and out-hon-e* m*» comfortable, and in gooii coid'.tiom AI! per sons wishing to purchase aie invited t« exi-.-i:;r e for »hemselves. These tracts o* land :>r* soid under the direction of the will of the said Wil liam Glascock, deceased, and the title is c-u - sidtied to be unquestionable. '1 he terms ot sale will be twelve and a half pel centum of the purchase money in cash, and ihe result e will he divide I into two equal instalments, the first payable on the 1st day ot November. 1>- \ and the second on the 1st day ot November, ISM*—the purchaser to give bonds w ith appiov eJ security, and a deed of trust on the laiut, to secure the payment ol the bonds. Posse»u n will be given ujaoii the terms of the sale bni g in all respects complied with, reserve.g fb** right to smure, gather, and remove the crops on At the same time and place, we -.hail offer b r sale, all the perishable property of the -aid v* fator. consisting ot Horses. Colts. Stock. ( attie. Oxen. ios* head of Beet Cattle, Wagons ai d ('arts,one Carriage and Harness. Plantation ,y. I Farming Utensils, Household and kitchen Km niture, Crops of Wheat, about IOC* bushels oid Corn, and the growing crops of Corn, Sc., Sr. The terms ol sale ol tlie perishable propei y will be. for all sums of $10 anil under, cash on all sum* over $10, a credit of twelve month will be given—the purchaser giving bonds w: 1 approved security, to carry interest liom the date, but the interest to be remitted il thepri c, pal is \ unctually paid. No property wli he delivered until the terms of sale are compil'd with, and it they are not complied with, the property will be resold at the risk ot bsel purchaser. FRENCH GLASCOCK, HIRAM GLASCOCK. FRENCH GLASCOCK. Jr, Executors of William Glascock, d* • d. Fauquier County, Va., my 12—eMs rnWO VALUABLE LOUDOUN FAK.Vin J AT PUBLIC SALE.—The undersigned, executor ot C'onrad R. Dowell,deceased, will at public sale, on triday the'2i>th day uj Ja><», 18.07, on the piemises, the Bitzer Faim. situat d within half-a mile ol the Leesburg and Suickeis (jap Turnpike. adjoining the lands ot David Brown, Fenton M. Love, Geo Noland ar.d other*, containing 1 WO HL NDRED A C R ES. three roods, and seventeen poles. T he land is in a high state ol cultivation, being the best Loudoun land, well watered, under good fencing and con veniently laid off into fields. There is a line Orchard ot choice Fruit on it, and an abumtai re of mod timber. The improvements consist of a comfortable F R A M E D W E L 1.1 N h Jifla HOUSE, of ample size, and in good condi tion, a large Stone Barn, Corn House. \N agon House, a good Spring House, and all other neoes say out buildings, making it a very desirable pro perty. _ Also,on the following day, Saturday tit, 27i/i of June, 18.07. on the premises, the Jami be longing to said decedent, known as the “Mai k > farm, situated yithin half a mile of Woodgiove, and 2 miles of the Leesburg and Snickers Gap Turnpike, adjoining the lands ot Jonah Osborn, Owen Thomas, Mahlon Thomas and others,con taining about ONE HUNDRED and NINE1 \ TWO ACRES. The land is in good condition, and in the finest wheat growing section of the county, well watered, fencing good.and ha*on it a tine Young Orchard; also an abundance «>l Timber. The improvements consist ot a huge Log House, a fine Stone Barn, Corn House, Wagon House and all necessary Out-Puildiiig* Tkrmh for tuk Farms—One-ninth ol the purchase money on the day ol sale, one third ol the remainder on ihe 1st day ol the following September, and the balance in two equal annual pa) rnents, to be secured by approved bonds at i a deed ot trust on the land—the bonds to draw interest trom date. A good and sufficient deed for both farms will be made after the payment of one third ol the remaining purchase money on the nrstot 8*q» tember. Possession for seeding will be given of both farms in time lor seeding next tall, and lull possession given on the first day ot January, 1858. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock M. ot each day. JOSEPH PANCOAST. Executor of C. R. Dowell, dee d. Loudoun County, my 18—eots ri! RUST EE’S SALE—Under the authority of two deeds of trust, executed to me by VV ip. B. Wiison, one bearing date the 22d day ot January, 1850, and the other dated the 12th day ot February, 1857, both of which are recor ded in the Cletk’s Office of the County Couit of Fauquier. I will offer for sale, at public auction, lor cash, before the front door of Maddux s Ho tel. in the village of Salem, county of Fauquier, on Saturday the 20th of June, 1857, a 1 RAC f OK LAND in said county, about two miles west of Salem, and about the same distance from the Sa lmi Station of the Manassas Railroad, contain ing ONE HUNDRED and THIRTY ACRES, be the same more or less. 1 he said land adjoins the lands of John Shumate, Dr. John Adams, 1 . _ I d (La I liit U A Q 111 I tlllirxo. M urit 10 u^rvu - iri stone DWELLING, with kitchen attach JUlyted, stone smoke house, and other out-houses --all new. The larm is well watered, has an abundance ot' timber upon it, and is situah d in a very healthy and agreeable neighborhood, and offers uncommon inducements to a person desir ing to purchase a small farm as a 6umrn* r resi dence, or tor the purpose ot a permanent loca tion. Persons desirous of purchasing, will have every opportunity of examining the premises, by calling upon Mr. Hiram Seaton, living upon the place, and who will hold it as tenant lor tin* present year. Anyone purchasing, will he en titled to receive the present year’s rent, and pos session will he surrendered by Mr. Seaton, on or before the first day ot January, 1808. Selling as Trustee, l will convey such title only as is vested in me. which is believed to be good. LORMAN CHANCELLOR, Trustee. Salem, Fauquier County, je 6—eotg_ VALUABLE TAVERN PROPERTY FOR SALE—By virtue of a decree of the Cir •uit Court of Fauquier County, pronounced on the 21st day of April, 1807, we shall oiler tor sale, on the premises, on Saturday, theelth dny • t June, 1807, at public auction, to the highest bid der, that valuable TAVERN PROPERTY, situ ated on Main street, in Warrenton. Fauquier a County, Va., known as the “WJlRUEb TON HOUSE. ' The reputation of tin* property, and the advantages ol its location, us a first class Hotel, renders a particular descrip tion unnecessary. Persons w ishing to purehav*, are invited to examine it. Jhe of sa * will be .fiisw, ill cash, and the residue in lire* equal annual instalment., w ! intere. li e day o! .ale; the purcb^r to give bond., with good personal security, lot•the credit «• stalments. and .he title to be withheld as a turtb security lor the same " JOHN P- PHILIPS Comm rs. B. H. SHACKELFORD, $ Fauquier County, Va, jej^—aoti tYyViRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST \y from Henry Selecman, to tht subscriber, bearing date on the bth Hay of May, 1800, [ will offer for sale at public auction, lo the high est bidder, on Saturday, the 20th day of June nest, in the village of Occoquan, three nfgroe*, lour horses, ore wagou, two cart*, ten head cattle, six hog*, one buggy and lurne**,p»rt of a «et of Blacksmith’* tool* and HOUSEHt LD 4.10 KrrCHESjJUIIN H L K h. Term* ol aale cash. t»EO. bf.LkXMAN, Occoquan, my Irustve#