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\ - VOl,. I,VIII. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER II, 1857. NO. 2Hi. ilf»*a « ^»Hlc4V,rSl,lU AdvtrllMf, PlULI^HltD DAILY BY ICUUAK sjiowdkm. K..h, iH>llari» per snnura, payable half yearly. 4 Virginia AdvertUer. k 9 (fur tub country) 1$ Kl<*U.>MkP, BIUL’LABLY, Oil nESDAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS, v p LK-ll^rs* per annum, parable in advance. ,f \d. — Advertisements not exo^dlng .«» '• in-M-rted three tluiea for ona dollar. Adver *4 ' * ui,mu.<1 after three times, for 00 cents a c*»Mt ih'Kkti..\ i\mpk, or *Jo centsOLTSID*.— *♦ *' * liu^s ire counted as a square. 'k ~ “ u,.„ts »,v the war. at prices to In* agrees! upon, A Tr‘. to th.- usual amount of space they may e'11 u " ^'ilrerrising bv the year uo* to advertise articles P-C'’"1' a j.l i ,u rheir regular business, nor to insert iu tl : jv^ftiseineuts auy other uames than their own. V r V »n t uuiriotv NoTinea. exceediug five lines, MV1T^ h^-d f-r as advertisements. OKAMJEa.™ ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD. ^rlft'AT SoCTHKKS MAIL LISL. r«KN> 4*i!v. (Sunday nights excepted.) In* flv„., wvvuN’urox and the Soutit. via Alkxan .k;% tio.tDoNSVILLK. and RICHMOND. Leave* Alexandria at 7| o'clock, A. M. Alexandria a* o'clock. P. M. Kart* :rom Washington to Richmond, $5,00. For Lynchbuko and the South West. I „,|Ve Alextndria at 7| o'clock, A. Al., ar ’ ve in Ltm MBi Rt; next morning at 4. A. M., connecting with the trains on the Virginia and l,[lMe„*e"Kai!ro,td lor Memphis. Mail Stages ,ri>m (’narlottesville to Lynchburg a distance ot * fDlieS. Fare irom Alexandria to Lynchburg, $7,50. to Memphis, $34. The most expeditious route to the Virginia .springs—only s«x hours' stage travel to the Oerwibrier White Sulphur. Alexandria at < J o clock, A. NT., ar* j r.v„ at White Sulphur the same night. Fdr**trom Alexandria to White Sulphur. $12, je 13—tf .MA.X A!»-A> llAl IV AIL. I)A»F.NGKRS tor tins Road will leave the 9 Alexandria Station, in the Orange Tram at 7 15. A M. daily (Sundays expected.) 1(. *;i—tf KDW. GREEN, Trea-urer. tSiT FALL am* WINTKR ARRANUEMKNTS. 1S57. ADAMS’ EXPRESS CUMPAAI INVITE the attention of the public to the u< ilities afforded by ’his Company, for the | quick and sate conveyance of Specie, Bank Notes, valuable packages, heavy and bulky treigbt, 2k<*. EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Providence, Hart ord. Ate., leave our other daily*, at 2. P. M. EXPRESSES for the South, to Richmond, Fredericksburg Petersburg, Lynchburg, and for points in North Carolina, South Carolina, Geor gia. Alabama, and Tennessee, leave daily at 2, P M Our EXPRESSES are always accompanied by careful and trustworthy messengers, and the public can rely upon all business entrusted to us being done with safety, punctuality, and des patch. Ratks.—On heavy freight from Baltimore, yty cents ^ l«u tbs.; from Philadelphia, $1; trom New York, #1.50. No packages ol goods taken by weight, un- ; Ds> weighing over 2U0 lbs. •eb 20—tf R W FALLS. Agent jj. FOR PHILADELPHIA—The regular ^^tpacket Schr. RING DON E, Donalio, will have despatch. For freight or passage apply to Cap!<un on board or to S. SHINN, vp i«i_2t Jaimey’s Wharf. , WANTED:—A VESSEL to load with \^Coal and Iron, for Dighton. Mass. PERRY, PEN NY BACKER 2k CO. Sep |O-It f> EOK NEW YORK —The packet Schr. | jj^st^iTOR. Bunt master, will have dis- i patch. For freight, apply to sep 7 S. SHINN, No 2, South Wharves, i - j, YESSEI.S W ANTED for Northern and intern ports—highest rates given. \VM. A DUNCAN, aug }2 Union st.. opposite ( usfom House. js VKsnKLS WANTED, for Portsmouth, ^MfcN H . Boston, New York. T roy, and other Northern and Eastern cities. <v ‘>k EOWLE 2k CO. TKAS L1HIORK AND TOBACCO. RIDGELY, HAMPTON 2k CO., WUOI.KSA1.K 1>KAI.KR£ IN THIS. Liyi ORS. JJSD TO/UCCO, ONLY ATE now receiving their FALL SUPPLY ol the above GtH>DS, comprising every article iu then line, and by tar the largest ever belore offered m this market. They respectfully invite the attention of deal er* to an examination ol their Stock, w ith the aamrance that they can, and will, sell to them upon the most favorable terms, and as low as th»* same description ot g*x>ds can be purchased in any market further North. aug H ■ i TITK ARK DAILY exptctirg by Packet jf and Steamer, further additions to our already full stock of LIVlI'DRS. We name Cheriv Brandy: Blackberry do.; Ginger do Domestic do ; Peach do ; pure H < Hand Gin New England do ; Jamaica Spirits N. E. Bum, and Rye Whiskey, of different | grades, which we orfer tor sale low. •cp 5 RIDGELY. HAMPTON Ac CO. PI KE (>LI> SCOTCH WHISKEY.—I pun cheon just landed, for sale by sepr» RIDGELY. HAMPTON Ac CO. limbkr yards. 44l \i \ i hi i FEE P assorted White Pine 250,UUU teet Spruce Joist and Scantling IOiH'in* jeet assorted Georgia Pine Timber lOiMn o “ South Carolina Flooring, Al exandria dressed 4"0.0U0 Eastern Laths, just laid in. and for •aleby WATERS, ZIMMERMAN Ac CO. aug I EMBER, COAL, AND WOOD YARD!! j Corner of Inion and Queen streets, frorth — ^t*ere 1 am piepared to lurmah every descrip tor ot LI MBER, SHINGLES.LATHS, LIME, be. Also.Oak and Pine Wood, Red and White Ash. and Cumberland COAL, which I am sell ing low for cash, or on reasonable terms to good customers, [aug 3—ti] U. W. BARKER. i RTHCR S. PATENT SELF SEALING 4X CANS and JARS, for preserving fresh Fruits. Tomatoes, Ace. These Cass have given great saturfaction. They may he u«ed year af t<?r \e*r. Full directions accompany them— prices and sizes. 1 in Cans, pint size, $2 per dozen; quart $2 50; “’lt gallon, >3.50; gallon, $5. Jars of Fire proof Yellow-ware, piut size, $2.25 per dozen; For sale by jv NMa JOHN OGDEN. VKW PAPER HANGINGS AND 1NTE RIOR DECORATIONS.—/. P CL^iRKE, 15s, 4't«g street, has on hand, and is con s/antly receiving from the best American and piich Manufacturers, the latest styles ot WALL PAPER, winch he invites the attention of P*r*>ns in want of these goods to call aud ex ^Re. as they will be sold low. Rooms papered at reasonable prices, and war* railed to please. jy *28 WOOL purchased by je 12 WHEAT k BEO. BUSINESS CARDS. JOHN H. PARROTT, BOOKSELLER AXD STATWXER, ALnO, sole Agent in this place, and this region ol Virginia, lor the sale oi Wor cester s Celebrated PIANOS, and CahhaktAc Needham s M KLODEONS; keeps constantly on hand a well-selected Stock oi STATIONERY. Also, the laigest Stock ol MUSIC and MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS e\er olRred in this mar ket [jy 3—n] JOHN H PARROTT FITZPATRICK * BURNS. FAIR VIEW COTTON WORKS, NEAR THE CANAL BASIN. ALEXANDRIA. VA. Manufacturers ol Matrices Patent Spring. Hair, Cotton, Hu»k, and Mo*s; Cotton Warp. Cottou Twine, anti Cotton Bats. V&* Any d escription and size made to order at short notice. Hr An assortment ot the above articles al ways on hand. ap 3—?i ALKX1S MW Y'l’K i. li lOllES.I. Lull?. M TDD <Jt CO., GEXERJL COMMISSIOX MERCHJXTS, 134 Pearl Street. New York. Refer to Messrs. J. \ J. Stuait Ac Co., New York; John A. Dougherty Ac Co , New Orleans; i Woodruff Ac Co.. New York; A. K. Phillips Ac Co., Fredericksburg. Va; Geo. P. Booker, esq.. Richmond, Va ; Win. N. McVeigh, Alexandria. Va.; McVeigh Ac Chamberlain, Alexandria, V a.: Edgar Snowden, esq., Alexandria, V a. jan 7—d 1 y JM. SIMMs, (Late ok Alexandria, Va ) # PRODUCE and GENERAL COMMIS SION MERCHANT, BALTIMORE, Ml).— Solicits consignments «>t Produce and Mer chandise generally. Also,orders lor Groceries, Grain, Seeds, Guano. &c. References: Messrs. McVeigh & Chamber lain, T R. H. Miller Ac Co, VAlex'a., Va , Knox Ac Brother, j John A. English, esq., Fredericksburg. V a. Thomas Wallace, esq., Petersburg, V a. Baltimore, mh ID—diy THOMAS S. JAMIESON, MJCHIX1ST a mi 1ROX EOi Al)ER> nr Corner of Royal and Wilke streets, *£11 IS PREPARED to execute outers lor M.v TIONAKY STEAM EM.INKS. BOILERS. Mill Gearing, Shafting. Pulleys ami Hangers, Pumps, Pans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, Wrought or Cast Hailing. Columns and Girders, Gas or W ater Pipe, and MA( HlNKk\ of every description. Superior CASTINGS made to order at short notice, and on reasonable terms. On hand, several Si EAM ENGINE4*, eight horse power, and eight or ten LA i HES, to which the attention oi those in want is re quested. 111 ^ * ’ 1) ISAAC KXTWISU. WM• s- MOOHK. ENTWTSLK & MOORE, U nion Street, Alex , andria. Machinists and Black-Smiths, are I prepared to do all \vork in their line, at reasonable prices, and with despat* h. Having made arrangements with Messrs Stnitn Ai Perkins, for the used then extensive assort meiit ot Mill-Gearing Patterns, they are prepared to £11 all orders tor Mill-Geaiing, and Work con nected therewith} promptly, and at the lowest rates. List of patterns forwarded, when requested, by mail. net VU d!y JENKINS At L A M B D 1 N, MJXLFJO 11 HERS OF SJSD. DOORS. SDL T 2EhS. BLDSDS, and FRJMFS. ke«-p con stantly on hand a large assortment of the aho\e named articlts. and will sell th« tn. (quality con sidered.) as cheap as they can be bought in the United States. £_/"* All orders promptly attended to ( iron- j lars oi sizes and price* n»i..ished, on applica tion. Address JENKINS Ac LAMBDLV cor. ot Queen and Fan tax-sts , Alex.. ^ a. ap VI—eoly JAMES A. McPHKKSON, JGK/CLLTL RJL MMHIXE SHV1 \ corner \>j Cow-j metre und Layette streets. ^iicxundt tu. I n tit 'ttu. manutactures and has tor sale the ceietuated New York THRESHERS and CLEANKRS. which arc warranted to thiesh and ciean in a marketable manner, one bushel oi wheat per minute. REAPERS and MOWERS ‘or sao* , Particular attention paid to repairing all kinds of Agricultural Machinery. my 16—tf JAMES A McPHKKSON. T TACKY, FJFFR ILiXGFR. I FIIOL n STFRFR, GILDER. and HOL'SE DE CORATOR IX GEXFRJL. whilst returning Ins grateful acknowledgem* ids to his nmneieus , friends tor their very libeial eiicoiirageineiit du ring the two years he has been amongst them, assures them that it will he Ins continued effort to serve them with promptness, and at moderate charges, at his old stand. No. IT.', north side, Kmgstreet. Alexandria. mh Vh c J wish. L *• «ttKBNB 1MNE GROUND PLASTER, V*M«> poinds ^ to thk Ton, constantl) ground and tor sale by WISE Ac GREENE, at the Franklin Steam Mills. Alexandria, ^ a. 1 alcinku 1 las tkh always on hand. ID-U minting Room, 1 nion street, No. dnd story over D. S. Gw tu s 1 ommission Stole, my .r>—dly /'I C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, (’hair, and Sola Manufacturer, cornel ot King aim A.tien streets. Alexandria. V a., has constantly on hand,» and otters to the public, an excellent assortment ot Cabinet Ware, Soi-As.aml ( hairs.ot eveiy variety, and on the lowest terms, w hich, tor dura- j bility and finish, cannot be surpassed, mh 4—ty S. W. KISCHKLOK. SIDNEY RKllN. W? IN CHK L( > E & BRUIN. G ROC E Rs IV and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, An. 4‘.* ('nion street, Alexandria, Virginia. r? Farmbrs may rely upon having tn^ir ■ personal attention to all province entrusted to them. jy 1' T. A. HRKVV1S, } . J ANTHONY LAWSON | .it ex'<t.. I AtARD t LnfanC.H. j f|l A BREW IS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RK I . TAIL GROCERS. PR01H CE, ar.tIGES-, ER.1L COMMISSION MERCH.iSTS. Came ron st.. opposite the Market House. Mg 33—tv____ PH. HOOFF, A lex a SORIA Va., FLOIR* # GRJIN k GROCERY MERCHANT, j has removed to No. On South ok Prince, and on , Union street. Particular attention will be j given to all consignments of Produce. 1 lamer, j Salt, and Groceries furnished at current rates, j jy 33 ; ISAAC PAUL, COMMISSION MERCHANT j for the sale of Wheat. Flour, Corn, and , ail other Country Produce; for the purchase ot : Plaster, Guano, and other goods to be had in Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to all orders. CP"Corner Union and Prince streets, j on the Railroad, Alexandria, ^ a. j> -- fa /GEORGE W. HARRISON, corner of i nion \T and Queen streets. dealer in GROCERIES, i LIQUORS,and PROVISIONS generally. ! gy All orders from the country promptly at j tended to. and produce taken in exchange, j feb ‘2S—tt GKO. WASHINGTON. JAMES ROACH. WASHINGTON & CO . Wholesale and He tail Grocers, Commission and Forwarding . Merchants. No. 11, north Union stM Alexandria , mb 7—tf _ _ jambs c. nkyitt william snowden. 1 1VTEVFTT k SNOWDEN, SHIPPING and I [\ COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Rumm y s Wharf tVh JNO. 8. RIDGELY. HENRY HAMPTQK. R H. HUSTON, j RIDGELY, HAMPTON k CO . WHOLESALK dialers in TEAS, L1QL0RS and 10-1 BACCO, 35 Union Street. ^P 11 * BUSINESS CARDS. JOB G. Me V HIGH, ATTORNEY AT LA W. and GENERAL LAND AGENT, St. Pant. Minnesota Tin dory References—Murges, Bennet to Co; R. H. Lo'.iry, Cashier Bank of Republic. New Vork; Chubb Brothers. Washington, D. C: Brent to Kin/er; Wm. N. McVeigh, President ot Bank of Old Dominion, Alexandria, Va.: Hurts, Auntie & McVeigh. Philadelphia. Pa : Hopkin-, Hull & Co; Appleton to < o, Baltimore, Md.; K. H. Miller to Co., St. I ,oui«. Mo; Hon. J. VV. Brockenbrough, Lexington. V a. jy la—eoly WM II IIARLKV. HARVEY O. MILLS. IIT lLL1 AM H BARLEY to CO, surces f f sois to .L T Creighton Ac Co., importers and dealers in H A 11DVVAKL, Cutlery, Bai non, Steel. Hollow-ware, Guns, Agricultural Imple ments, <\c , X;c. Agents lor the (Hd Dominion Nail Works. No. Bu,corner of King and Royal streets, Al tx indria, V a. Country Merchants are requested to call and examine out Stock. sep ‘ j D CORBIE W. U. CORSK. liVMvlNE. KXrilANliF. am. mi EF.(TI«>N OFFICE uk COPSE UKO T H K It S, xVo. B.‘>, Exeiiunge Wink. will make Colleetionson all accessible points in the I’nited Mates, and nold pro ceeds subject to Check,or remit promptly to any designated point. We will deal in Exrhantfe. Tunc Bills, Promts $,ny Notts, l murrent Money. ( out V-. >Toeivs and other Securities bought and sold on Commission, and Loans negotiated upon ia vorahie trims. Interest allowed to Depositois. A varied experience ol many years in tins business, enables Us to oiler our services with confidence to the public. leb IB—tl AS F l TT l N G ESTABLISHMENT.— T WILLIAM COGJN, Practical Gas-Fitter. . Fayette Alley. Alexandria, proposes to open a branch ot his establishment at ( harloti es\ ii.le. where, as here, he wiil attend to GAS-F 111 1N(» in all its branches. Stores. Dwellings, Churches. Machine M:ops and Public Buildings fitted up on tne most approved plans, and a! reasonable prices. He is also prepared to iurnish Steam Tracts will be made tor voik, and tixtuies ot any kind supplied at the lowest rates. t?- Ali. Work warranted. ap ‘2s— 1 y 4 L. GREGORY, Ao. 1 is, King street, ear /\ _ nir of Pitt, Ale j till dr IU. MAN l K A CT I’ RE It ar.d dealer ixTIN andSHKKI lRON-WAhF, STOVES,\c. I would respectfully invite the public to call and examine my stock, ot SloVEs. GRATES. \c. ROOFING. GUTTERING, and SPOUT ING- promptly executed, and warranted t'ght. Terms, cash, unless otherwise agreed on at time ot sale, and no new account will be open ed until old ones are closed. dec s tl (01A RL.KS HASKINS, Architkc r. Washing j ton, l). C., will continue to furnish uksiuns and plans.for every class ot building, together with detail working, drawings, and specifica tions ot materials and work; also, the drawing of j contracts tor the same—and general superinten dence. rr Office, Penn av.. between 10th and i 11th sts., Washington, 1>. C. leb Id—dtt t\ C. BERRY, Wholesale Dealer in Eor / m ei un and Domestic Notions. A o.7d. A mg street, is now receiving his SI KING SUPPLY ot h 14-h consists of the greatest variety of FANCY GOODS heretotore ever offered in this market. J»eaiers and others visaing our city aie requested to give him a call before pur chasing elsevheie. as he is satisfied that he can furnish them Goods upon as good terms as any house further North. CUTUBKRT POWELL w- LEVIN POWELL. (Late u*‘ V>u«lou».) , I)OWKLL CO., GEE ERA J. COMM IS rSiuA MERCHANTS. dealers in WINKS. 1 EAS, LIQUORS. SUGARS, Am., corner King ami Union streets, Alexundrm. I a. I't1' Strict personal attention given to the sale ot all kinds of Country Produce. Ail orders tilled with despatch. my 0) Tt John s. knox, j». roreut f. knox. KNOX X BROTHER. (Successors to D. Hume X ( o..) ^ Grocers, U<mihu$swh and bunt ruing MERCHANTS. No. d7 King-street, Alexandria, Y a. mh 11—tt DOC TOR J. 15. JOHXSON, SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN. Oilers his s**ivices to the citizens of Abxandria. j 1^ (Mfice No. 7, Washington stieet. two doors j from Kitiif. iv !•' dtt j 117 B RICHARDS, Jr, No. I in, Kim;, \\ # street, Alexandria. \a.« mauitac turer ot Hooped Skills. Bonnets, Ela-tic, Mo-j roeco, and other Belts. Head Dresses, Ai<*. jy H* Meldridge, general commit # SlOS MERCHANT and SHIP liRO KER. also. Agent for the Boston, Alexandria.* and Georgetown regular line ot Pack* s. I cion Wharf, Alexandria. Va. nov 4 tt \\r 1LLIAM H. Ml 1R. Mani each PER and I W dealer in all kinds ok CA B! N E 1 i* l R- I MTURK. CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, LOOK-: INt» t«LAS>*r.S, \c., turner of niag uuu ot Jist'fdi streets. Me rand tin. \ a. j** 1 v’ 1VTKW’ PAINT SHOP.— IP. J HIGDOS has removed his PA INI SHOP over Hit! fc Webster's Carpenters Shop, nn Prince sired, next to the Farmers Bunk, where all orders will h«.' faithndlv tttflHlftl to dec 7 OKU. H. UOlilNSON. THOMAS K. PAYNE. "I ) OBINSON PAY NT., Grocers. Commisrion j and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street \V hart. Alexandria. Va. nets—tt r) 11 HARD L. CARNE. Jr.. dealer n FOR V FIGS and DOMESTIC UJRD W'JRE. CHEERY, UOLLOW-WJRE. $r., $r., So. . *:h King street, nn-mr of Fairfax. oct I t—tt JP. CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings # Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings,. and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, \ a > jy 14—dtt r«AH<>MAS PERRY, COMMISSION MER I CHANT, No. :i, lr»ill's Whart. Alcxan- : drift, Va niy 28—tj * LEXANDRIA LIBRARY COMPANY.— ^Y^ Library kept in the south room, lirst-story, ot tue Lyceum Hall, S. VV. con t r ot Pri.tce and Washington streets. Openeveiy evening from | 7 to 9 o^clock, and on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday alterroons. from 3$ to 5 o’clock An nual subscription, $3; six months, $1.50; three months. $1. Volumes in Library, about 4*00. j President—Francis Miller. —DIRECTORS:— George K. Witmer, J. Edward Chase, Benjamin Barton, Sylvester Scott, tytsna J. Miller, And ew Jamieson, S. Ferguson Beach. Richard L. (aine, Ji., B. Henry Jenkins. John A. Milburn, William A. Duncan. Treasurer.—Andrew Jarniescn. Librarian.— Norval b. Foard, my 5—ly O ADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, WHIPS, *<•._1 have on hand a large and superior assortment of the above articles, to which l in- | vite the attention of buyers, being confident to gether with quantity and quality, that I can not ( tail to please all who may favour me with a call. \VM. F. PADGETT, ap 11—dtf No 141 Kingstreet. LAND WARRANTS WANTED!—Highest j market rates paid for Land Wariants and j Revolutionary Scrip, by je ti BURKE & HERBERT. I Ol A \ 01 AC* A 'J TENTION FARM E R S—K ETTLE WELL S MANIPULATED GUANO.— NOTICE.-—The arrangement heretofore exist ing between the undersigned, in the manipula tion and sale ol “REESE S MAN1PI La 1 ED GUANO." has been by mutual consent discon tinued. nnd the article hereafter will be manipu lated and sold under their individual name and responsibility. The advertisements heretofore published, and tne certificates which have been and may here %aiter be obtained, in reference to the action ot the aiticle heretotore sold, to be used by both parties in ihcir inline business. JOHN KETTLEWKLL. JOHN S REESE. I bis aitide is now, lor the fourth season, brought betoie the Agricultural public, and claim* d to be the ungmul Manipulated (tuuno not a bag was ever intioduced prior to Novem ber. lbr)d. manipulated by other machinery than my own, and uiul'T my aide and compe tent Superintendent, (still in charge;) persons having purchased prior to that date, and since as K ETTLEW ELL’S M A N I P U L A T E D GUANO, may rely upon getting the same arti cle, and ot unhorm quality. It has met with unprecedented success——in no instance to my knowledge, has it tailed to equal Peruvian Guano in lirst crop; in most instances excelling, and far better as a permanent fertilizer—noth ing could b» more simple or calculated to in spire conlidenct—a union by perfect and costly machinery, which no farmer can apptoximate to by mere mixing of the best I’hosphatic and Peruvian Guanos, integrated bail and halt, le ducing the Ammonia of the Peruvian Guano one half, and doubling the Phosphates. The time has now ari ived when I challenge Peru vian Guano pound tor p^und, w ith my No. 1 Manipulated Guano, in tne production of crops upon any soil, under any condition ot applica tion. and tor either Spring ora Fall crop The Manipulated Guano is put up in strong bags, a large portion new*, and is offered in two forms, designated as No 1 and 1 he No. 1 is halt am! half, containing J> per ct. Ammonia, -to to OU of Phosphate Lime, and is sold at ton ol lt». The No. ■' is one-third Peiuvian and two- birds Pnosphatic Guano, con'aining f» ct. Ammonia, and To -r»o ct. Phosphate » • t i . L.'.m . „ Ol (in lli. 'I’h*. ailu is outu at iwu «• * "v quantity pei acre and inode ot application pre cisely the same as Peruvian. f ertiticates unan imous in its lavor, can be furnished by letter, or • seen at my oilice. For ‘•die by JOHN KETTLEWKLL, No. 0. Bovvly’s Whaif. Baltimore. My vole Agents in Alexandria. ROBINSON A PAYNE. ‘ Baltimore.jy U>—eovfm fllHE ORIGINAL REESE'S MAMPULA TED GUANO. Analysis: Pure Ammonia b percent.; Phosophate Lime per cent. The uniformly pulverized ami dry condition ol this guano, renders if peculiarly adapted lor ap plication with the drill, which method is now believed by many to be the best. Farmers in duced to use this article, must be paiticular to spicily in their ciders Reese's Manipulated iruaiKK and observe that our name isonevery bag. JOHN S. REESE A CO.. Baltimore, Sole agents for Alexandria, WHEAT A BRO. jy 24—tf 1 PERUVIAN G U A N O —The subscribers having made arrangements w ith Messrs. F Barreda A Bio, to leceive their supply of GUANO this season, dimkct from thk Chinoha Islands, are thereby enabled to oiler the ar tide to their agricultural Iriends at lower pricesthun it can be procured in any other mar ket in the State. They are daily expecting the ship “Zephyr," or “Castilian,v from trie Is lands '1 hose who desire to do so can now en u'ii'^eto be delivered lroro the Ship on aiiival. jy 13 FOWLK A CO I A A M EX1CA N GUA NO — We have in store, a lull supply ol A A Y\ HIT E MEXICAN GUANO, analyzing N) per cent. Bone Phosphate Lime; the richest Mexican (inmo ever imported into the country; also, A A BROWN MEXICAN GUANO: ana!) zing 7u per cent. Bone Phosphate Lime, an unu-ually rich article ol its kind, and much sought alter i bv the farmers ol upper Maryland. jv y«j NKVETT A SNOWDEN rpo FARM ERS — MKXICAN GUAN().— I The subscribers have in store b<)0 tons of the above “F’.maruMa Guano, which they offer lor sale in Ini* to suit purcha ers. per ton ol oo p) |bs., at a vny n'dvifdpri»e. 1 hey have in their possession letters licm gentlemen that have u-»d it, showing l etter insults even than ihe Peiuvian. and solicit oitiers for the same from any in want. j jy oi FLEMING A DOUGLASS. (COLUMBIAN GUANO—We have just re j ceivetl a fresh supply ol No 1 COLUM BIAN GUANO, put up m strong bags, and in spected in Baltimore, tor sale at lowest rnaiket price, [sep 3] NKVETT A SNOWDEN. Superphosphate of lime—a mil supply of a very superior article ol Super- i phosphate of Lime, in strong bag* and good order, for sale by [aug FOU LF. A ( O. DELU UG'S SUPER P H OS P H A T E OF LIME.— A full supply of this invaluable Fertilizer, in stole, and lor sale by aug 31 NEVETT ^ SNOWDEN. 1)EKl MAN GUANO.—We have made ar rangements tor a supply o! No. 1 PEhL \1AN GUANO, direct from the (Vmcha Is-, lards, which we are prepared to sell at the low est market rates. MARSHALL te WARD. jy Is (lOLOMBI AN GUANO—The undersigned. ; sole agents in this city ol the Philadelphia • Guano Company. have constantly on hand a - full supply ut best ( OLOMB1AN Gl ANO <*t their ow n importation, which they offer tor sale at lowest cash prices. FOV\ LE k CO.,^ rr)|, ]o_tf Alexandria. Ya. G\ CANO.— We can supply our customers I* with No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, on as j favorable terms as any other house in This place. . aug 14—eolm T. A. BREWIS k CO. r|M> FARMERS.—No. I Peruvian Guano, of | direct importation from the ( nincha Is lands. tor sale in lots to suit purchasers, by aUjjH) KINCHELOE k BRUIN. / 1 UANO—No 1 Peruvian Guano, direct im \ portal ion from the Chincha Islands, tor; sale at lowest market pries, by aug r» KNOX \ BR0..27 King street. / 1 UANO—No. 1 Peruvian ami Colombian 1 T GUANO, for sale by jy 31 C F SUTTLE k CO. Mexican guano—a. a.' anduA” M V XICAN G UAN O. alwavs cn h and. j and lor sale by FOWLED CO, ; n,h i*?_tf Alexandria. V a AFRICAN GUANO.—A supply of this val uable fertilizer, just received, and for sale by f mh 12—t*J FOW LE A CO., Alex a.. \ a. C1 UANO—Peruvian Guano, tor sale by j a„u is HARPER k BOUSH. ri^o THE FASTIDIOUS.—ARNOLD will I introduce his beautiful Fall and Winter style of GENTLEMEN’S HATS to-day. Foi beauty of style and elegance of finish they can not be surpassed. Renumber Alexandrians these HATS are manufactured in your own city, i and will compare with any brought here from the North, both in quality ai,d price. Also. ; SLOUGH HATS and CAPS, in great variety, j Call and [>p 4—tfj JOHN A RXOLD IUIRBANK’S SCALES, all the different 1 sizes, for sale at Factory prices, by &ug 22 WM. A. DUNCAN. •4T DRUGS, CHEMICALS, Ac. PAINTS, BRUSHES, &c—Lewis' Pure White Lead: Linseed Oil; Chrome Green: Paint Brushes, all sizes; Chloride ot Lime; Oil Lemon: Castor Oil; Epsom Saits; Cubebs. Just received and lor sale bv JAMES ENTWISLE, Ir., sep 4 Apothecary. No. 91. King-street. SKGARS AND TOBACCO.—A very supe rior lot of Segars—2f>. f>«» and inn in a box. Also, superior ( hewing Tobacco, just rccrived and lor sale by. WILLIAM A. HART. No IU9, King street cor. ot Pitt. ID'S ign ot the Holden Mortar. sep 7 (1 ('RN STARCH, Tapioca, Arrow Root, j Peat 1 Sago, Karina, Ac., received, and lor sale by ' WM. A HAR T, No. 109, King-st, corner of Pitt. ID* Sign ot the Holden Mortar. sep (T RKEN GINGER, for preserving, a lull Jf supply, just received, and for sale by J. LEADBEATER A SON. Stabler'? old stand. Nos. f» A 7, South Fairlax-st. 9 mo 9 PASCH ALL'S FEVER AND AGEE MIX TURE, tor tale by J. R. PIER POINT, No. 17 2, sep 9 S. E cor. ot King and Wash sts. \rARNTSHES — Nos. i and 2 Copal. Leather Asphaltum, and Damar Varnnhes receiv ed, for sale by PEEL, STEVENS A* CO., sep !S cor. ot King and Alfred-sts. G1 RKEN JAMAICA GINGER, in prime or Jf der. just received, and lor sale bv J. R. PIER POINT, No. 172, sep i> S. E. cor. ot King and Wash sts. OHALLKNBERHER’S PILLS.—The great Fever and Ague Remedy, always on hand ami lor sale by J A. MILBURN, sep 2 N. E. cor. King and Wash-sts. Stone s Indian hair restorative, a full supply, just prepared, and lor saie at sep S STONE’S. No. 122 King-st. rp KINGS FORD A SONS PURE (>>WE I # GO STARCH. (FOR THE LAUNDRY.) — Has established a greater eelebiitv than has ever been obtained by any other Starch. n,| -1 I - *. 1 » enn I Ills lias ueeil llir ICMill UI na "CM riority in (jualiTv, and its invjiiable unilormity The public may be assured of the continu ance ot th- high standard now established. l lu* production is over t wenty Ions daily, and the demand has extended throughout the whole ot the U. States, siul to foreign countries. Working thus on a very large scale, and under a rigid system, they arc able to secure a perfect umioimity in the quality throughout the year. This is the great Desideratum in Starch-making, and is realized now lor the first time. '1 he very best Starch that can be made, and im oilier, is always wanted by consumers, and mis will be supplied to them by the grocers, as soon as their » ustomers have learned which is the best, and ask tor it—otherwise they w^uld , be likely to get that article on which the larg- j [*m profit can be made. Mr K ingstord has been engaged in the manu facture of March continuously for the last 27 years and during the whole of the period the Starch made under his supervision has been be- , yond any question, the best in the market, for j the first 17 years, he had the charge of the' works of Wm. Colgate A Co. at which period tie invented the process ot the Manufacture of Horn March. rr a sk for Kingsford's Starch, as the name iLvvego has been recently taken by another lac torv. It is sob! by ali of ihe best grocers in nearly ev »ry part ot the country. T. K INGsFORD A SON’S OSWEGO CORN STARCH, (FOR PUDDINGS. Ac)—Has ob tained an equal celebrity with their Starch tor the Laundry. This article is perfectly pure and is, in every respect, equal to the best Bermuda Arrow-Root, besides having additional qualities ( which render it invaluable tor the des&eit. potato Starch has bent extensively packed and sold as forn Starch, and has given false im pressions to many, as to the real merits ol our Horn Stan h. From its, great delicacy and purity, it is com ing al.-o into extensive use as a d et tor infants and invalids. K. N. KKLLOCG A CO, Agents. No !*.*<;, Fulton street. N. \. DAVID T. BUN BY. Agent, No. *'*, Kxc’nange Place, Baltimore N#»w York, aug 1 — vv'<m KMOVAL — I be JI.EXJSl)l\M BOOK V HIM) BUY jIXD BL4SK BOOK MJNC- ( b'JCTOKY, No. 7.5 Punch stkkkt. ouuosiik j rnK Gazkttk Offick. Alkxaxpkia, Va. The proprietor ol tiie above establishment returns ms sincere thanks to his tiiends and patrons foi past favors, and respectfully informs tliem that he uas removed ibe BINDKR\ to the above build ng, and hav ing made considerable additions and improvements, and spared no expense in select ng new Stock, and w ith increased facilities foi joiug work, he hopes by strict attention and ex- • perieuce, to give satisfaction to his patrons. He 1 insures them that, in all cases, the most reason- ‘ Lible scale ot prices Will be adopted. Nil SK BOOKS bound in plain or elegant styles. Hau- j i»KH & and Guaham s Mauazinks. Gopkv's Lai>v s -j,,.! •* 11 ft.,. li^views and Periodi cals ol the day. bound in any style required, j lair and Mnltnil llbrv.s and Hoiks of Divinity bound in a strung ami durable manner. BLANK BOOKS ot every desei iption bound in the strongest manner, and RLLED to any pattern upon the shortest notice. I®5- N. B. —Work from the Trade and Country immediately attended to, and carefully packed without additional charge. jiov e,— tf , GEORGE SIGGERS. CJABiNKT, CHAIR am. SOFA MANU / FACTORY, No. ISO, Kins' stmt, Jlexan ina, la.— Having lately fitted up one ot the j Handsomest ami most spacious ware-rooms in [he city, tor the FCRMTlRK BUSINESS. I ;e spectlully invite public attention to my laige stock ol Furniture, which I am constantly in creasing. Persons visitingourcitv will hnd it to ; [heir advantage to give me a call as the range ot rny GOODS in respect to quality and price, is such as to cover the wants and view6 oi all.— My stock comprises Mahogany' Solas, Rocking, j Pane and Worn I seat Sitting Chairs. Side- j boards. Dressing Bureau*.(marbletopand plain;) 1 marble top and plain Wash Stands, marble top Sola,Card, Book and fancy labies, Cottage Set. Beheads, of all patterns; such as high. Field- j ing. French, low-post, and Trundle Bedsteads, 1 several patterns of Cottage Bedheads, Hat racks. Wardrobes. Looking Glasses, and a large number of other articlesembraced inthebusiness. Er Beds. Bolsters, Pillows. Mattresses, &c., constantly on hand. oct2—tf JAMES H. DFVACGHN. OUMMER GOODS.—Just received another lot of those celebrated AU1TC REFRIGE RATORS; also, a large assortment of WATER COOLERS, of styles and prices to suit all who may be in want ol such an indispensable article. Hip. Plunge, snd Shower Baths. Ice Cream Fulez£ks. both plain and patent, together with a general assortment ol uselul articles, to wh.c. I invite your attention at No. 10, Royal street Alexandria. ^ , ,, mR nr METALLIC ROOFING and a:l JOd WORK promptly attended to. .enrov my 7 JOSEPH S. STANSBURY. SOMETHING NEW.—Bennett’s Patent Air ihuht Sell-Seal.ng Jars, for preserving Iresh fruit-, tomatoes, oysters, Ac., just receiveu, and b" R. H. MILLF.R. SON & C(X , 117(KlL. purchased by W j.a ROBINSON & PAYNE. ONK DOLLAR WILL BUY ONE OF THE beat Purgative and Liver Medicines now before the public, namely: DR. SANFORD’S INVIGORATOR. OR LIVER REMEDY,that acts as a Cathartic, easier, milder, and more effectual than any other medicine known. It is not only a Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its morbid matter, then on the stomach and bowels to carry off that matter, thus accomplishing two purj>oses effec tually, without any of tin* painful tee'ings ex perienced in the operations of most CaThaitics. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it and when taken daily in moderate do&>»vvill strengthen and build it up with unu sual rapidity. DR SAN FORDS INVIGORATOR is com pounded entirely from new articles of medicine, namely. Gums. Some idea of the strength of these gums may be formed when it is known that one bottle ol the Inv.gorator contains is much strength a»one hundred doses ot Calomel, without any ot its deleterious effects. Though possessing rare medicinal powers, these Gums have been but little known to physi cians. and never used in their prescriptions un til used in the form of the Invigorator. which nu t with such unprecedented success as to in duce the proprietor to offer it as a family medi cine. tried and known in its effects It has rare ly ever tailed to cure Liver Complaints in their worst forms. INDIGESTION being caused by a deranged Liver is cured when the Liver is excited to ac tion. JAUNDICE is caused by an improper action ot the Liver, and as a proot that the Invigorator relieves this disease, let any one troubled with Jaundice take tin Invigorator regularly one week, and their sKin will begin to assumeits ori ginal color. COSTIVENESS can be permanently cured by the Invigorator. Take it in small doses on re tiring, and it assists nature in her operations. By gradually diminishing the dose, the bowels are left in a healthy and active state, and work as regularly as clock work. .SICK HEADACHE is very soon relieved by taking a double dose ot the Invigorator, which corrects ail acidity ami sournessof the stomach. For an over-loaded stomach it has no equal, as it relieves ah oppressive or uneasy iceling alter eating heartily. For a family medicine gene rally, all who use it sj>eak in the highest terms I)R. SANFORD’S IN VIGOR ATOR came to us recommended as acme for Liver Complaints, and all diseases arising irom a Diseased Liver. The testimonials of so many of our Physicians in its favor, induced us to try it, and now con victiou is certain that it is one of the greatest blessings ever given to Dyspeptics, lor it made a complete cure before the first bottle was taken and now we can eat anything edible without trouble, while before nothing but th< lightest food would digest, and olten that gave pain.— Now' what we want to say to alt our readers is. if Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia trouble you. do not tail to try this the greatest lemedy in the world.—State Fact. We take infinite pleasure in recommending this medicine as a preventive tor Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, and all Fevers ot a Bilious Type. It operates with certainty, and thousands are willing to testify to its wonderful virtues. There has never been tried in our family a remedy which has met with such unbounded success in the cure of diseases incident to chil dren, as DR. SANFORD IN V IGORA 1 OR; nor is it aione lor diseases ot children that we use it; lor it acts as a Cathartic so mildly and gently, and seems to renovate the system so thoroughly that we think w e are doing a service to all in advising them, when they need medi cine. to try this remedy. There are cases that have come under our notice w nere great benefit has been received in diseases of the Liver, Stomach, and Bowels, where all other remedies failed to giv« relief. It has become so useful in our family that we will not be without it.— Jacksonville, J la. Republican. We wish all who are sick and debilitated to try this remedy, anil test it thoroughly, and any who are not benefitted by its use we should like to hear from, as we have yet to hear from the first person who has used a bottle ot Invigora toi without receiving benefit, lor there are such astonishing medicinal virtues in it. that all, no matter how* long they have been affected, it their complaint arises from a deranged Liver, will he benefit!ed, if not entirely cured. Price $ I per bottle. SANFORD Ac ( O., Proprietors, 315 Broadway, New' York. H. COOK A CO., w holesale and retail Drug gists. are Agents lor Alexandria. New York, je I—d»*rn Howard association, piiiladkl PHI a.—A benevolent Institution, estab lish'd by special endowment for the relief of the sick and distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Flpidemic diseases.—To all persons afflicted with Sexual Diseases, such as SPF.RM ATORRHG.A, SKM1NAL WKAKXKSS. 1MPOTKNCK. Ac. The Howard Association, in view of the aw ful destruction ot human !Pe. caused by Sexual diseases, and the den p'ions practised upon the unfortunate victims ol such diseases by quacks, '•cve'rtl years ago direct'd their ( on*"lting Sur geon as a charitable act. worthy ot their name, to open a Dispensary lor the treatment of this class o! diseases, in all their forms, and to give it • _I .. I .. I Medical advice grans. 10 an w no «i|>|uy «»jr ter with a description ot then condition, (age occupation, habits ol hie. Ac ,) and in cases ol extreme poverty, to lurmsh Medicines tree ot charge. It is needless to add that the Associa tion commands the highest Medical skin ol the age, and will lurmsh the most approved mod evn treatment. The Directors, on a review ot the past, leel assured that their labors in this sphere ot benev olent effort, have been ol gieat benefit to the af flicted, especially to the young.and they have re solved to devote themselves, with renewed zeal, to this very important but much despised cause. .lust published by the Association, a Report on Spermatoirlm-a, or Seminal Weakness, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will be sent by mail, (in a sealed letter envelope.) free of charge, on rrceipt of two stamps lor postage. Address, for Report or treatment, Dr. GKO. R. CALHOUN, Consuming Surgeon, Howard Association. No. 2 south Ninth street, Philadel phia, Pa. By order of the Directors. EZRA D. HKARTWELL, President. GKOftm: Faiuchild. Secretary. Philadelphia, sep 4—dlteo3rnAu ly / Til IN A. GLASS AN D EARTHEN-WARE. — R. H. MILLER. SOS if CO. Impor ters. have received two instalments ol t etr a supplies from the English Potteries, an continue to receive accessions to their stoc ' n the business season sets in. R. H. MILLER, SOS A CO can their friends and customers as ae as a o ers from the interior, that the,r stock shall be ol the most desirable description, and that their prices will comp-iie favorably with those of any dealers in their ime, in any other markets in the United States. R. H. MILLER, SON A CO., have prepared themselves to offer to Virginia Merchants, every inducement to make their purchases in their line, within the limits of the Commonwealth. WINDOW GLASS.—They have just receiv ed va Antwerp and New \oik. trorn the great manufactory of ‘ Roux,” near Brussels, 1140 boxes FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,of super ior quality, and of different thicknesses, which they have imported under such circumstances as to enable them to offer a superior article at very moderate prices. 8 mo 24 fllHRESHING MACHINES.—1 have just re I ceived. a lot of four Horse Power Thresh ers, warranted to work well, for sale by DRAYTON G. MEADE, I *ep 1 No. 12 Fair fax-street. MISCELLASKOl’S READIXG. THE COUNT DE FLEURY. The Count de Fleury is known far and wide as a fteau parcon! He sits on his horse to perfection, and as captain or eolonel of the Cent Gardes, with the blue and silver uniform, the horse-tail helmet, the tin breast plate, Ac., be is the ideal of a dashing fel low-somewhat ripe it is true, for be ha* passed two score and five—a gallant soldier and a Yernet hero transplanted from the Egyptian soil of one of the great Luxembourg pictures to the boulevards of Paris. This gentleman has seen muob of life, and all within the last twenty years; for, within that time, he is well remembered as assistant shop man at Privat’s the glovemaker in the Kue de la Paix. About the year 1841, at a time when business was rather slack, and the opening to commerce afforded by the trench occupation of Algiers still productive of j great profit, it was deemed advisable by the worthy tradesman to despatch the young man, uow Count, Colonel, Aid de-Camp, Che valier of the Legion of Honor, Ac., to Al giers, with a few boxes of damaged gloves for the consumption of French officers at the Governor’s balls, wherewith to entrap the hearts of fair colooists, who, at that time, were put on such short ooromons with regard to fashion that—except in cases of presenta tion to the Governor’s lady—they could af ford to wear no gloves at all. The young shopman was enchanted with bis mission; h e had been travelling clerk—“cornu voyayeur” —in his younger days, and was delighted to return to the old wandering life and the no made conquest* with w’bich every French man makes it abound, llis pasteboard—iu the shape of boxes—procured him, of course, ready entrance at all hours in the morning into the most distinguished society; among others, that of the reaegade Arab chief, Youssef Bey, who dazzled by the elegant manners, the curling locks, the pateot leather boots, and the exquisito “distinction” of the counter jumper fresh from Paris—so differ ent from the rough African officers by which he was surrounded—that bo straightway of - ... • 1 * • _ • _ _. I .L . rereu mm a spieDum Hppuiuuucu* «,uv private household which the Froncb govcru ment was at that moment composing for him. The offer, naturally enough, was unhesita tingly accepted, and the ex-clerk, installed as aide-de-camp, secretary, bosom friend and alter ego to Youssef Bay, kept the remainder ot the laded stock of gloves for bis own use upon occasions of state and ceremony, to which he was now duly convoked in bis own person. In this position be was enabled to push his own fortunes, and over on the alert for advancement, he got high up in an in credible short space of time. By judicious ly shifting with the variable breezes that have blown over Paris, and by beiug first military adherent in 1852, be bas succeeded in reaching the high station of and counsellor which be now enjoys. i the favorite of Louis Napoleon, who finds in his unsophisticated,picturesque language, and tbo studied and H iwery elegance of his manners, a relief from the insupportably stiff etiquette ho has himself introduced at court. And this is the way counts are manufactured uu der the imperial regime.— Boston Post. X3T FONTAINES CREAM OF WILD 1 FLOWERS.—A tew applications ol this popu lar Toilet preparation will render the teeth white as alabaster, beautify the roughest skin, removing all tan, freckles, pimples, and imp* - | Actions, imparting to the complexion bloom, clearness, delicacy and beauty, and a Iragrance which dispenses with all perlumes or extracts. Ladies not in the habit of using Soap upon the face, cannot de without it after a single trial. For Washing Infants and Children—Moth ers and nurses find it & complete substitute tor all spirits or lotions, as a preventive 01 chafing, eruptions. &c. For Shaving—It creates a rich emollient lather, softens the beard, and by gentlemen is considered one of the greatest luxuries ol the | Toilet. Sold by all druggists and fancy dealers, j Price 50 cents. F. G, FONTAINE & CO., Manufacturers and Proprietors, 305, Broadw ay. New York, je ‘^7—tf_ I R(i IN IA :—At Rules held in the Clerk’s Office ot the Circuit Court of Alexandria County, on the Oth day of July, Ds57 : ( harles St. John Chubb, surviving partner of the late linn of Chubb Brothers, w hich was compose*! ot |«aac Monroe Chubb, deceased, and the said Charles St. John Chibb, plaintiffs; Richard B. Lloyd, defendant: In Chancery. The object of this suit is to attach the property of Richard B. Lloyd, being a lot of ground on the North side of Cameron street, between Royal and Fairfax Greets, in the city of Alexandria, Virginia, and to subject the proceeds of the sale of said lot ot ground, or the rents and profits thereof, to th payrnent of the sum of *lW3f> G*2, claimed as due Iroru the defendant, Richard B. Lloyd, who is a no.i resident of the State of Virginia, to the plaintiff’ as surviving partner, tkc. The defen dant not having entered his appearance, and given security according to the act ot Assembly and the rules of this Court, and it appearing by affidavit that he is not a resident of this State,— i n tl..t tl.p caiil lUtendant anneal bet** within one month after due publication of this order, and do what is necessary to protect his | inwest ir this suit; and that a copy ol this or : der be forthwith inserted in the Alexandria Ga zette. a newspaper published in the city of Alex andria, once a week for lour successive weexs, i and posted at the front door of the Court House of this County. A Copy—Teste: R. A. SINCLAIR, Clerk. F. L. Smith, i* a. _au*’ w*v' r|TOBACCO AND CIGAR WAREHOUSE. § —BAYNE At STEWART, No.4U, King i Stkf.kt, Ai.kxaxukia, ^a- . 5UU boxes Tobacco, embracing all grades, and of the most approved brands—part direct from the manufacturers [quality 500 OUO Cigars, foreign and domestic, ol every 50 boxes Pipes! 30 do. Pipe Heads 2.i)<hj Powhatan Pipes Large lot of Snuff, in bottles and papers C’ut and dried Tobacco, in papers and barrels. The above having Uen purchased early in the season, under the most favorable circumstan ces. and esjiecial attention given to their selec i tion. and having a desire to build up a large i wholesale trade we are determined no effort ol ours shall be wanting to make our house in ail respects equal to similar houses elsewhere— thereby making the advantages mutual to all parties BAYNE & STEWART Rags taken in exchange for merchandise. I mh 12 1AST CALL.—Notice is hereby given to all j persons who stand indebted to the late firm ot English, Castleman Ac Co., and English Ac ; Castleman, that unless their respective accounts shall be settled, on or before the 1st day of Oc* ' tober next, they will, without exception, on ! that day, be placed in the hands of Attorneys i lor collection. G. 1. THOMAS, Receiver, aug 2d— tf JOHN T. EVANS would respectfully call the attention of the Ladiea to bit aaaortment oi SUMMER BONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOW ERS, fcc., ju,t received from New- Vork, please call and examine. AUoalarge lot ol feliaUr Honda. Trimmed, for 37*eta. each._my * _ 1“ 7IOR SALE OR LEASE-A vacant LOT on 4 the we.t tide of Union atreet, oppowte tha k ab Wharf, S3 leet front by about 140 fact deep, with an alley in the rear 30 feet wide. Apply to flat mo 3dJ R. H. MILLER.