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I.VIIL " " SATUiDAY MORNING. SEPTEMliEli 12. 1857. ”" NO. 217.
a VlrglBla Advertlttr, A*'*** *' ’ DA1LI BT KpGAK 9 80WD13T. ,. j*r aauun. payable hjdf yearly. ti.ietTTi Virginia Advtrlbfr. (FOR TUI COUNTRY) y PI'BL:*UBD, BIUULlBLf, ON r*5D%YA, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAY’S, ?' v« i>,llan* per annum, payable in advance. . DVKRTI"»|*>.—AdverliBrtuantB not exceeding ‘ three times fur one dollar. Adv«r QtinUe4 after three times. for 50 cent* a • ' ‘ ' ,,Krt ior iio Ceuta OlTslDB.— ‘ , uu * are counted as a square. * c-"- ;,v th* vvar. at price* to be agreed upon, ' ' ;‘V.r..uce to th<* u>ual amount of space they may 3,r: ; " >?'• ro»irj« bv the year not to advertise articles ?•’* ' ’ j r. I in their regular business, nor U> insert in •; . »uv oth**r name* than their own. ' Nort. E*. exceeding fire lines, | : r as rfWffiWWtB ^y.KxNu ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD. SOITHEHX VAIL LISE. ?" to!,. (Sim.lay night* oxeoptod.) be IVa.hixutox an<l the S>i-tb. vwAmas ■' ,..rtl,assv,u.x. ait*! Richmond. " Alexandria at oclock, A. M. Alexandria at oclock, P. M. ^ r.„ r()In Washington to Richmond, $->,50. Foil LvScHUURti AND THK SoUTH West. Alexandria at 7± o'clock, A. At., ar . aLisohbi next morning at 4, A. At., « c ii:2 with the trams on the Virginia and «?%■%>& Railroad tor Memphis. Mail Stages irlottesville to Lynchburg a dutaoce ot . , /irotn Alexandria to Lynchburg, $7,50. to Memphis, $34. 1 p most expeditious route the Virginia __unlv six hours' stage travel to the ^brier White Sulphur. Viv Alexandria '* oclock. A. JM., ar ‘ Wmnc Sulphur the same night. Vr»* trom Alexandria to White Sulphur. $W, je K3—tl MANASSAS RAI' RAIL ROAD. “BBS tor this Road will leave <b« P Av„,:,l,ia Station, in the Orange lram jr, \ \|. daily (Sundays expected.) . ,t-tf EI>W. OKEEN. lrea urer. v- mi. »*» WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. 185T. 5 ___ * Timms-ex'KK»» cump*** I \Y1TE the attention ol the public to the I MrilitiesaffimM by 'his Company, tor the ,-k and sale conveyance ot Specie. Bank valuable packages, heavy and bulky "EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore, i. a-ieljihia. New York, Boston. Prov.dence. •on! \c„ leave our office daily, at 2. ■ • • EXI’KE.nnKS tor the South, to Richmond, - vncksbnrg. Petersburg, Lynchburg, and tor .... North Carolina. Sivuth Carolina, t.eor , Alabama, and Tennessee, leave daily at oit EXPRESSES are always accompanied .. iteiul and trustworthy messengers, and the can rely upon all business entrusted to u done with safety, punctuality, and des ‘r!-s»—On heavy freight from Baltimore -sc. rs r I MM lb-.; from Philadelphia, $1, fi>T »\ew A ork, l.s)0. . Xa package, of goods taken by we.ght, un ... iveigtitiig over dlH> R>s. ,, ..,f R XV. FALLS. Agent. W ANTED_A VESSEL to load with ilcoalVii.l Iron, lor llighton Mass. I'KRl’Y, PENNY BACKER & CO. -ie-jA |1 L— It . EOR NEW YORK.—The packet Schr. jt:\JTOK Bunt master, will have dis For freight, apply to 7 s. SHINN, No \>, South W harves. VESSELS WANTED for Northern and i^KaRtprn ports—highest rates **';*”• \V M A. DU M AN, a £ >2 Union-st.. opposite Custom House. VFS>ELS WANTED, tor Portsmouth, IftfcN H . Boston. New York, Troy, and other "fthern and Eastern cities. 2S FOWIaE fk CO. TF.AS LUitOHS ASiU TOBACCO. KIDGELY. HAMPTON fc H>., WIIMLKSALK PK.M.KIi? IN 'K.-K I HJI URS. JM> TOBM'CO. 0M-*; VaF. now receiving their FALL SUPPLY ot the above* GOODS, comprising every •id** m their line, and by tar the largest block •rr before offered in this market. __ they re>pectfully inxite the attention of deal ’s to an examination ot their Stock, with t le -» ranee that they can, and will. #11 to them me most favorable tetms. and as low as > same description ot goods can be purchased ary market further North. ans ^ .. llTF ARE DAILY expecting by Packei \\ and Steamer, further additions to oui •d,!v full stoak of LIQUORS. We name >rrv Brandy; Blackberry do; Ginger do ■ I 'v ie do ; Peach do ; pure Holland Gin Kind and do i Jamaica Spirits ^ K Hum, and Rye Whiskey, ot different >$. which we otfcr tor sale low. *p ft R1DGELY, HAMPTON k CO fHUARS! CIGARS!!—W« are now receiv \ um a portion of our Fall stock ot Impor v ail.! Domestic CIGARS, of all grades, to ' • r, we would ask the attention of dealers. ~p ; R1DGELY, HAMPTON A CO. IV RK 01.1> SC OTCH WHISKEY.—1 pun cheon just lande \ tor sale by -p•> RIDGSLY. HAMPTON k CO LI MUKH YARDS. Ann FEET assorted WhitePme •* H III 250,tXi0 feet Spruce Joist ami Scantling teet assorted Georgia Pine Timber “ South Carolina Flooring, Al exandria dressed * I'.vuu Eastern Laths, just laid in. and for * by WATERS, ZIMMERMAN k CO. ] t'MBKR. ( UAL, AND W(X)i> YARD!! I a Corner of I 'mon and (Jueen streets, North — "te 1 am prepared to furnish every descrip •; UMBER, shingles, laths, lime, 4 Also.Oak and Pine Wood, Red and White *!«’. Cumberland COAL, which I am sell < lor cash,or on reasonable terms togood [ana 3_tf] U. W. BARKER. HTHCRs. patent self-sealing j, ash LARS, for preserving tresh A fomatoes, &c. These Cass have given * Mtisiactmn. They may be u*ed year af ‘ Full directions accompany them— *?»wd sizes. * ^n *dn$* pmt size. $2 per dozen: quart $2 50; l*' on, $3.50; gallon, $-r>. Jars ot Fire - ^'^tow-ware, pint size, $2.25 per dozen; ***• Tv For sale by ’ lN~-^rn JOHN OGDEN. V-* paper hangings and inte V DECORATIONS-—J. P. CLARKE s. ‘4»/reer. has on hand, and in con N 'n\V*Cmiog ,rom *be best American and c^i Kk *,,u,*Ourers,tbe latest styles ot W A LL >. * . whuh he invites the attention ol i.t ‘ll °t these goods to call and ex d* they will be sold low. tar-u * al reasonable prices, and war ^ jy 2S jY®0** PuitttiMd by ' * “ WHEAT k 8BO.J BISISESS CARDS. JOHN II. PARROTT. | BOOKSELLER AM) STATIONER. ALSO, sole Agent in this place, and this region of Virginia, for the sale of Wor cester's Celebrated PIANOS, and Cahhakt A Needham's MELODEONS; keeps constantly on hand a well-selected Stock of STATIONERY. Also, the largest Stock of MUSIC and MUSI CAL INSTRUMENTS ever offered in this mar ket. [jy 3—tt] JOHN H. PARROTT. FITZPATRICK & BURNS. FAIR VIEW COTTON WORKS, NEAR Tilt CANAL BASIN. ALEXANDRIA, VA. Manufacturers of Matres^es Patent Spring. Hair. Cotton, Husk, and Moss; Cotton Warp, Cotton Twine, and Cotton Bats, i ISP* Any description and size made to order at short notice. |p* An assortment of the above articles al ways on hand. ap 3—tt ▲L&X1S MLI>b, M.'A V“KK. MIM* * HtOHfcS,tT. WITS. M l D D & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 131 Pearl Street. New York. Refer to Messrs. J. Ac J. Stuart Ac Co., New York; John A. Dougherty Ac Co , New Orleans; Woodruff Ac Co., New York; A. K. Phillips Ac ' Co., Fredericksburg, Va* Geo. T. Booker, esq., • Richmond, Va ; VV m. N. McVeigh. Alexandria. 1 Va.; McVeigh & Chamberlain, Alexandria, \ a.; ! Edgar Snowden, esq., Alexandria, \ a. ! jau 7—dly JM, SIMMS, (Late ok Alexandria, Va.) # PRODUCE and GENERAL COMMIS SION MERCHANT, BALTIMORE, Ml> — \ i Solicits consignments ot Produce and Mer ! chandise generally. Also,orders tor Groceries, i Grain, Seeds, Guano. Acc. References: ! Messrs McVeigh & Chamberlain,T R. H. Miller Ac Co, £Alexa.,Va Knox He Brother, 3 John A. English, e^q., Fredericksburg, \ a. Thomas Wallace, esq., Petersburg, \ a. Baltimore, mb PJ—dly THOMAS S. JAMIESON, Mirm\l<T ,1 IKON FOUNDER, HP Corner or Royal awd \N ilkr streets, IS PREPARED to execute orders tor ST A- , TIONARY STEAM ENGINES. BOILERS,! i Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, j ! Pumps, Fans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill . Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing. Columns ami i Gilders. Gas or Water Pipe, and N1A( HINEKN i of every description. Superior CAS1INGS ' made to order at short notice, and on reasonable terms. On hand, several Si EAM ENGINE*, eight horse power, and eight or ten LA l HLS, . to which the attention ol those in want is re quested. iy ' ISAAC KMTW1SLK. WM S M,mRK ENTWISLE Sl MOORE, Union Street, Alex anuria. Machinists ami Black-Smiths, aie prepared to do all wink in their ime,at reasonable ; prices,and with despati h. Having made arrangements with Messrs Smitn j 1 A Perkins, for the use ot their extensive assort S merit ot Mill-Gearing Patterns, they are prepared j | to £11 all orders tor Miil-Gearing, and Work con : neeted therewith, promptly, and at the lowest rates. . , , List of patterns forwarded, w rier requested, by j mail. oct20—dly JENKINS H LA M B 1> 1 N. MAM FAC-' J [ftFPS OF SASH. DOORS. SHI T iHi S. RUFDS. ami FRAMES, keep con stantly on hand a large assortment ot the a box e » named articles, and will sell them, (quality con sidered.) as cheap as they can ue bought in the j United States. ^ j” All orders promptly attended to l iron* , bars of sizes and pi ice* turi.ished, on applica tion. Addiess JENKINS & LAMB DIN. cor. ol Queen and h airlax-sts . Alex.. N a. ap 21—eoly JAMES A. McPHERSON AGRJCLLTi-\ RAL MACH IFF SHOP. turner of ( t/m tnerre ami Payette streets. Jilexavdrm, l tr^nua. manufactures and lias tor sale the celebiated New York THRESHERS amd CLEANERS, which are warranted to thiesh and clean in a marketable manner, one bushel ot wheat per, minute. REAPERS and MOWERS tor sale j Particular attention paid to repairing all ! kinds of Agricultural Machinery. I my lb—tt JAMES A. McPHERSON. ) TACKY, PAPER HAFGER. I PHOL . STERER. GILDER, ami HOISE DE CORATOR 7A GEFERAL. whilst letumng his gratelul acknowledgements to his numerous Inends tor their xeiy libeial eiicouiagemeiit du ring the two years lie has been amongst them, assures them that it w ill be his continued eHort to *erve them with promptness, and at moderate charges, at his obi stand, No. 140, north side King street. Alexandria. R,h v’1 ^ j wl8K L K* URKkNIi* IilNE GROUND PLASTER, 2240 poinds ^ to thk Ion, constantly ground and tor sale by WISE & GREENE, at the Franklin Steam Nulls, Alexandria, Va. Calcined Plas- j TKR always on hand. |P7*Counting Room. Union street. No. — 2nd j story over D. S, Gwin's Commission Store, my f>—dly C. BRADLEY, Cabinet, ('hair, and Sofa Manufacturer, cornel oi lung anu Aii.eu streets, Alexandria, \ a., has constantly on hand, and offers to the public, an excellent assortment of Cabinet Wahk, Sofas.and Chairs.of every variety, and on the lowest terms, which, tor dura bility and finish, cannot be surpassed, mh 4—ly K. W KISCHELOK. SIDNEY BRUIN. | RINCHELOE k BRUIN, GROCERS j and COMMISSION ME ROM NTS, No. 49 Union stmt. Alexandria, Virginia. j CP" Farmers may rely upon having their personal attention to all produce entrusted to them. j)’ *1 ** i T. A. BRKWIS. > » rinn J ANTHONY LAWSON j Mata., < AtAKD. j Lo?unC.fj. TA. BRF.W1S & CO.. WHOLESALE AND RK _ tail GROCERS, PRODl ( E. <m</GAA-: ERJL COMMISSION MERCHJNTS, Came ra st.. opposite the Market House. (MfSS—lv _____I PH HOOFF, Alexandria Ya., FLOUR, # GRJIN ft GROCERY MERCHANT.' has removed to No. 5s South of Prince, and on Union street. Paiticular atten’iott will be i given to all consignments of Produce. Plaster, j Salt, and Groceries furnished at current rates, j jy 26 ISAAC PAUL. COMMISSION MERCHANT. for the sale of Wheat, Flour, Corn, and all other Country Produce ; for the purchase of Plaster, Guano, and other goods to be had in Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to all orders. ^Corner Union and Prince streets, on the Railroad. Alexandria, \ a. jy 22 ly /G EORGE W. HARRISON, c< rner of (■ ^ JJJ yT and Queen streets. dealer in GRO( ERJES. j LIQUORS, and PROVISIONS generally. CP* All orders from the country promptly at tended to, aud produce taken in exchange, feb 28—tt _____ HBO. WASHINGTON. JAMES ROACn. i WASHINGTON & CO Wholesale and Re- j tail Grocers,Commission and Forwarding I Merchants. No. 11,north Union st., Alexandria I mh 7—tf _ 11 James c. nrvstt VIUU1 snowdks. TVTEVETT k SNOWDEN, SHIPPING and ! I 1 COMMISSION MERCHJNTS. Rumnty t j Wharf_VQ—tf _ JNO 8. RIDGELY. HENRY HAMPTON. R. H. HUNTON. Tli IDGELY, HAMPTON k CO , wholesale , (v dealers in TEAS, LIQUORS and TO | BACCO, 35 Uvion Street. **P 11 BUSINESS CARDS. IOB G. McY HIGH, ATTORNEY AT LA IV, ami GENERAL LAND AGENT St. Paul. Minnesota Territory. References.—Sturges, Bennet & Co; R. H. Loury, Cashier Bank ot' Republic, New York; Chubb Brothers, Washington, D. C; Brent At Kinzer; Win. N. McVeigh. President of Bank ot Old Dominion, Alexandria, \ a.; VVurts, Austie At McVeigh, Philadelphia. Pa.: Hopkin-, Hull Ac Co ; Appleton Ac <'o , Baltimore, Md.: R. H. Miller Ac Co., St. I y>uis, Mo; Hon. J. W. Brockenbrough, Lexington. Va. jy \Z—eoly WM It BAULKY. HARVEY O MILLS. 117 1 LI-1 AM H. BARLEY Ac CO., surces \\ sors to J. T Creighton Ac Co., importers and dealers in HARDWARE, Cutlery, Bar Iron, Steel, Hollow-ware, Guns, Agricultural Imple ments, Ate., Ace. Agents tor the Old Dominion Nail Works. No. yO, corner oi King and Royal streets, Al exandria, Ya. £Zr Country Merchants are requested to call and examine our Stock. sep 7 tf_ (1 C. BERRY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL kr in Forkion and Domestic Notions, Fancy Goods, \c., No 7*2, lung street, is now receiving a large and well selected stock of FALL GOODS,"to which he calls the attention ot dealers and others visiting our city, as he is satisfied that he can furnish them goods upon as good terms as any house further North, sep 11 J. I). CORSE. W D. CORSE. HVNKINii. EXCHANGE, and COLLECTION OFFICEuF CURSE U R O T II K R S, No. y:», Exchange Block. If7E will make Collectionsou all accessible \ ? points in the United States, and hold pro ceeds subject to Check,or remit promptly to any designated point. We will deal m Exchange. Tone Bills, 1 lotnis soi y Notes, l iKurrint Money. ( oin, Arc. Stocks and other Securities bought and sold on Commission, and Loans negotiated upon fa vorable terms. Interest allowed to Depositors. A varied experience ot many years in this business, enables us to offer our services w ith confidence to the public. teb U'-—tf_ _ a « ■ fl Wl« I A’ / 1 \ Of I C U % 7 1^ \ 1 _ A \ I* 1 I \ 1 ... \J WILLIAM COGAS, Practical Gas-Fitter. Fayette A-'ley, Alexandria. proposes to open a branch of his establishment at Charlottesville^. where, as here be will attend to GAS-1* 1 1 1 ING in all its branches. Stores, Dwellings, ( hurcues, Mat-nine Shops and Public Buildings lilted up on the most approved plans, and at leasonabie prices. He is also prepared to furnish Steam Pipe, Steam Gouges, and Steam Cocks, ('on tracts w ill be made tor work, and fixtures ol any kind supplied at the lowest rates. Hr All Work warranted. ap 1y AL GREGORY, So. 11\ King street, cor- j . 7t,r of Pitt. Alexandria. MaxUFactcrkr amt dealer IX TIN and SHEET IRON-WARK, | STOVES,\o. l would respectfully invite the public to call-in! examine my stock ol SlO\ ES, GRATES, Ac. R OO FI N G, GUTTERING, axd SPOUT- ^ ING. promptly executed, and warranted tigut. . Terms, cash, unless otherwise agreed on at time ol sale, and no new account will he open- j ed until old ones are closed. dec & tl / 11IARLES HASKINS, Architect, Washing ton. I). C., w ill continue to furnish lesions and plans. for every class of building, together | with detail working, drawings, and specilica-| tions of materials audwoik; also, the drawing of contracts for the same—and general superinten- , deuce. Othce. I Vnn. av.. between 10th and . 11th sts., Washington, D. C. leb l v—dtt t'UTHHKUT POWELL W. LE\ IN POWELL. • (l^ate u* fioudouii.) j J)OWELL A CO., GENERAL COMMJS , SION MERCHANTS. dealers in WIN KS, ! TEAS, LIQUORS, SUGARS. Ac ., corner King ami l vion streets. Alexandria, la. Strict personal attention given to the sab* ot all kinds ol ( gentry I uoi>t < F. All j orders tilled with despatch. my lb tl John s. knox. jk. robkki f. knox. 1 KNOX A BROTHER. (Successors to D. Hume A ( o .) Grocers, Commission am! *t'orxc; vdine] MERCHANTS, No. 57 King-street, Alexandria. Ya. mh 11—tt DOCTOR .1. It* JOH1VNOX, Si KGKoX AND PHYSICIAN, Offe rs his services to the citizens ot Alexandria. : L? Office No. 7. Washington sheet, two doors from King. iv D> dtt \\J B. RICHARDS, die, No. IIU, Kino • street, Alexandria. Ya . manulac- J turer ol Hooped Skirts. Bonnets, Elastic. Mo rocco. and other Belts, Head Dresses, Ac. jy _ MELDRIDGE. GENERAL COM MIS # SION MERC HAN T and SHIP BRO KER. a bo. Agent for the Boston. Alexandria, and Georgetown regular line ot Packe s. I nion Wharf, Alexandria, Ya. »ov 4~Tf 'll 7 I Lid AM H. MUIR. Mam FACTUI.ER AND | \\ dealer in all kinds of CABINET FUR NITURE, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, LOOK 1 m; III. ASSES. Ap . corner of King and St Asaph streets. Alexandria, l a. 2—ly ■mjEW PAINT SHOP.— IV. J. BIG DOF has removed his PAINT SHOP over Hill \ Webster's Carpenter's Shop, on Prime street, next to the Parians' Bank, where all orders will h»‘ faith till 1 v Attended to d*»r 7 egg. ■.ROB19BOK. THOMAS F.. PAYNF. ROBINSON \ PAYNE,Grocers,Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street Wharf. Alexandria. Va not S—tf Richard l. carne.Jt., dealer n FOR EIGN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY.; HOLLOW-WARE, fa fa Ab. e.o, Kim* street, rorner of Fairfax. net 17—tt JP. CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings # Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings,, and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, Va jy 14— dtt _ __ fflHOMAS PERRY, COMMISSION MER- | J CHANT, No. 3, Irwin's Wharl, Aiexan- j dna, Va my 28—tf Alexandria library company.— Library kept in the south room. Iirst-story, ; oi the Lyceum IlalLS. W. cori er of Prince and Washington streets Openeveiy evening from ! 7 to y o'clock, and on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday aiternoons. from 3J to 5 o'clock. An j Dual subscription. $3; six months. $1.50; three j mouths. $1. Volumes in Library, about 4*)0U. j President—Francis Miller. —D1KECTOKS George K. Witmer, J. Edward Chase, Benjamin Barton, Sylvester Scott, Elisha J. Miller, And ew Jamieson, S. Ferguson Beach. Richard L. Came, Jr., j B. Henry Jenkins. John A. Milburn, William A. Dur.can. Treasurer.—Andrew Jamieson. Librarian.—Norval E. Foard, my 5—ly__ SAddlksT’harness, BRIDLES, WHIPS,! Ac.—I have on hand a large and superior assortment of the above articles, to which I in vite the attention of buyers, being confident to gether with quantity and quality, that I can not i tail to please all w ho may favour me with a call. WM. F. PADGETT, ap \\_dtf No. 141 King street. IlOR SALE OR LEASE.—A vacant LOT on j ' the west side of Union stieet. opposite th« ; Fish Wharf, 52 leet front by about 140 feet deep, j with an alley in the rear 20 feet wide. Apply to fist mo 28J R. H. MILLER. Gl ANO, At._ Attention f a r m e rs—kETTLH-< WELL’S MANIPULATED GUANO.— NOTICE.—The arrangement heretofore exist ing between the undersigned, in the manipula tion and sale of “REESE’S MANIPULaIED GUANO,” has been by mutual consent discon tinued, end the article hereafter will be manipu lated and sold under their individual name and responsibility. The adveitisements heretofore published, and tne certificates which have been and may here aiter be obtained, in reference to the action o! the article heretofore sold, to he used by both parties in their future business. JOHN KETTLEWELL. JOHN S. REESE. This article is now, for the tourth season, brought before the Agricultural rublic, and claim*d to be the original Manipulated. Guano— not a bag was ever introduced prior to Novem ber. 1856, manipulated by other machinery than my own, and under rny able and compe tent Superintendent, (still in charge;) persons having purchased prior to that date, ami since as K ETT LEW ELL’S M A N l 1’ U I. A T E D GUANO, may rely upon getting the same arti cle. and of uniform quality. It has met with unprecedented success—in no instance to rny knowledge, has it failed to equal Peruvian Guano in first crop; in most instances excelling, and far b*tter as a permanent fertilizer—noth ing could he more simple or calculated to in spire confidence—a union by perfect and costly machinery, which no farmer can approximate to by mere mixing of the best Phosphatic and Peruvian Guanos, integrated half and hall, re-j dueing the Ammonia ot the Peruvian Guano one half, and doubling the Phosphates. ’Ihe time has now arrived when I challenge Peru- \ vian Guano pound lor pound, with my No. I j Manipulated Guano, in the production ol ciops upon any soil, under any condition ol applica- 1 tion, and for either Spring ora tall crop Ihe Manipulated Guano is put up in strong hags, a large portion new, and is oflered in two forms, designated as No. 1 and 2. The No. 1 is halt am! half, containing i> per ct. Ammonia, 45 to ; r»;I ot Phosphate Lime, and is sold at ton ot lbs. The No. v is one-third Peruvian and two- birds Phosphatic Gucno, confining f> « l r. i » * . It f. . . «f DL.wi.l. ito ^ ci. ninriiouia, auo • >»» *• ■ ; Lime, anu is sold at $43 $> ton oi v?< n) lbs. T tic < quantity per acre and mode ol application pre cisely the same as Peruvian. Certificates unan imous in its favor, can be furnished by letter, or seen at my office. For sale by JOHN KETTLE WELL, No. 6, Bowly’s Wharf. Baltimore. My sole Agents in Alexandria. ROBINSON & PAYNE. ' Baltimore.jy lf>—eo2in riTHK ORIGINAL REESE’S MANlPCLA I TED GFANO, Analysis: Pure Ammonia S percent.; Phosophate Lime 4:* to • n per cent. The Hniji imly pulL'irized and dry condition of this guano, lenders it peculiail) adapted lor ap p ication with the drill, which method is now believed by many to be the best, banners in duced to use this article, must be paiticular to , specify in their oiders Reese s Manipulated ijuiuia. and observe that our name isonevery hag. , JOHN S. KKb>E & CO., Baltimore, Sole agents lor Alexandria, WHLAI & BKO. jy 24—If I "PERUVIAN G U A N O.—The subscribers having made arrangements with Messrs, j F. Bn red a * Bro., to receive their supply ol i GUANO this season, direct from tiu: Ciiincha : Islands, aie thereby enabled to offer the ar tide to their agricultural friends at lower prices thuii it can be procured in any other mar ket in the State, 'i hey are daily expecting the i ship “Zephyr.” or ‘‘Castilian," from the Is- j lands T hose who desire lo do so can now en »'a»eto be delivered Irorn tiie Ship on arrival. ; jy 13 FOWLE & CO. A A M EX1CA N G UA N O —We iiave in store, a lull supply of A A WHITE MEXICAN GUANO, analyzing m» per cent. Bone Phosphate Lime; the richest Mexican Guano ever imported into the country; also. A . A BROWN MEXICAN GUANO; analyzing 7<» per cent. Bone Phosphate Lime, an imu ually rich article ol its kind, and much sought alter by the farmers of upper Maryland, jy v.i NEVETT SNOWDEN. riM) FARMERS.—MEXICAN GUANO — I The subscribers have in store Ton tons ol the above “Kmaralda Guano.’ which they offer lor sale in lots to suit purchasers, per ton ol •>->.|;i Jl*s.. t a Very rtdwrd pri<*. 1 hey have in their possession letters Iretri gentlemen that have used it, showing better results even than the Penman, and solicit oiders for the same from any in want. jy vl FLEMING »St DOUGLASS. COLUMBIAN GUANO.'—We have just re ) coived a fresh supply of No. 1 COLUM BIAN GUANO, put up in stiong bags, and in- i seeded in Baltimore, lor sale at lowest market price, [sep T] NE\ 1*1 1 & SNOWDEN. SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME—A full ^ supply of a very superior article ol Super phosphate of Lime, in strong bags and good order, for sale by [aug 2^] bOWLE h ( O. rvEBUUG S SUPER P H OS P H A TE OF ) LIME.—A full supply of this invaluable bertiiizier, in store, and lor sale by . at TVICVFTT V SNOWDEN I PERUVIAN GUANO.—We have made ar-; rangements tor a supply ot No. 1 PERL MAN GUANO, direct from the Chincha Is-j lands, which we are prepared to sell at the low- ; est market rates. MARSHALL Ac WARD, jy Is ( COLOMBIAN GUANO.—The undersigned, ( j sole agents in this city ot the Philadelphia ; Guano Company, have constantly on hand a ; full supply ot best COLOMBIAN hi ANO ot | their own importation, which they otter for sale ; at lowest cash prices. l'OWLE A: CO.,^ mb 12—tf Alexandria. Va. G1 UANO.—We can supply our customers j % with No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO, on as ! favorable terms as any other house in this place, j ang 14—eoltn T. A. BREW IS Ar CO. J rpo FARMERS —No 1 Peruvian Guano, of j j direct importation from the Chincha Is- j lands, for saie in lots to suit purchasers, by auglO KINCHELOE Ac BRUIN. / 1 UANO.—No 1 Permian Guano, direct im-! portation from the Chincha Islands, lor j sale at Unrest market pri'ts. by an* 5 KNOX Ac BRO.. 27 King street, j G1 UANO—No. 1 Peruvian and Colombian; I GUANO, for sale bv jv 31 C. F. SETTLE Ac CO. , Mexican guano—'-a. a.' and-a.”! MEXICAN GUANO, always on hand, I and for sale by FOW LE Ac (.0., mh 12—tf Alexandria. Va j 4 FRICAN GUANO.—A supply ot this vai liable fertilizer, just received, and for sale bv fmh 12—tfj FOWLE Ac CO.. Alex'a.. Va. G1 UANO—Peruvian Guano, tor sale by T HARPER k BOUSH. rpo THE FASTIDIOUS.—ARNOLD will j * introduce his beautiful Fall and W’inter style of GENTLEMEN'S HATS to-day. For l beauty of style and elegance of finish they can- | not be surpassed. Remember Alexandrians j these HATS are manufactured in your own city, and will compare with any brought here from ( the North, both in quality and price. Als*. ! SLOUCH HATS and CAPS, in great variety. Call and see. [sep 4—ttj JOHN ARNOLD ^ I FAIRBANKS SCALES, all the different 1 sizes, for sale at Factory prices, by aUg 22 WM. A. DUNCAN. ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY ONE OF THE best 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 rprredy. acting first on the Liver to eject its morbid matter, then on the sromach and bowels to carry off that matter, thus accomplishing two purposes effec tually, without any of the painful feelings ex perienced in the operations ot most (Vhartics. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it and when taken daily in moderate doses will strengthen and build it up with unu sual rapidity. 1)R. SANFORD’S INVIGORATOR is com pounded entirely lrom new articles ot medicine, namely. Gums. Some idea of the strength ot these gum* may he formed when it is known that one bottle ot the Invigorator contains as much strength as one hundred do*cs of Calomel, without any ot its deleterious effects. Though possessing rare medicinal powers, the»e 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 met with such unprecedented success as to in duce the proprietor to offer it as a lamily medi cine, tried and known in its effects. it has rare ly ever failed to cure Liver Complaints in their . worst forms. INDIGESTION being caused by a deranged Liver is cured when the Liver is excited to ac- j tion. # j JAUNDICE is caused by an improper action of the Liver, and as a proot that the Invigorator ; relieves this disease, let any one troubled with Jaundice take th« Invigorator regularly one week, and their sicin will begin to assume its ori ginal color. COSTIVENESS can be permanently rued by the Invigorator. Take it in small doses on re- * tiring, and it assist* nature in her operations. By gradually diminishing the do>e, 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 of the Invigorator, which corrects all acidity and sournessof the stomach. For an over loaded stomach it has no equal, as ■ it relieves all oppiessive or uneasy feeling after ; aatimr f.p.irrllv' For a lamilv medicine gene- ! rally, all who use it speak in the highest terms ( L>R. SANFORD'S 1NVIGORATOR came to us recommended as a cure tor Liver Complaints, and all diseases arising Irom a Diseased Liver, j The testimonials of so many of our Physicians in its favor, in iuced us to try it, and now con viction is certain that it is one of the greatest blessings ever given to Dyspeptics, lor it made I a complete cure before the first bottle was taken and now we can eat anything edible without trouble, while LHore nothing but th< lightest lood would digest, and olteii that gave pain.— Now what we want to say to all our readers is, if Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia trouble you, do not fail to try this the greatest leinedy in the world.—State Fart. We take infinite pleasure in recommending this medicine as a preventive for Fkvkk and Ague, Chill Fkvkk, and all Fkykrb ol a Bilious Type. It operates with certainty, and thousands are Willing to testily to its wonderful virtues. There has never been tried in our family a remedy which has met with such unbounded success iu the cure ot diseases incident to chil-i die,., as DR. SAN FUR1F> IN VIGORATOR; ‘ nor is it aione lor diseases ol children that we 1 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. t<» try this remedy, i here are cases that ; have come under our notice where great benelit has been received in diseases ol the Liver. Stomach, and Bowels, where all other remedies tailed to give relief. It has become so useful in our family that we will not be without it.— Jut kfOrivtUe, Jla. Republican. We wish all who are sick and debilitated to try this remedy, and test it thoroughly, and any who are not benelitted Ly its use we should like to hear Irom, as vve have yet to hear irom the first pejson who has used a bottle ol Invigora toi without receiving benelit, lor there are such astonishing medicinal virtues in it, that all. no matter how long they have been alb-cted, il theii complaint arises Irom a deranged Liver, will be benelitted, if imt entirely cured. Price *1 per bottle. SANFORD Si CO., Propi ietors, 313 Broadway, New \ork. ^ H. COOK Si CO., wholesale and retail Drug 1 . I gists. are Agents tor Alexandria. New York, je I—dBm 1) F. MOV A L —The JLFXJXDRU BOOK' B/XDFRVJXD BTjINK BOOK MJMR ■ FACTORY. No. 73 Prince street, opposite j THE (i AZKTTE OfFICE. ALEXANDRIA. V A. I llP ! proprietoi of the above establishment returns 1 Ins sincere thanks to his friends and patrons tor past favors, and respectfully informs them that he 1 has removed the BINDERY to the above build- j ing, and having made considerable additions and improvements, and spared no expense in select* j ing new Stock, and with increased facilities lor | doing work, he hopes by strict attention and ex- | perience, to give satisfaction to his patrons. He j assures them that, in all cases, the most reason- j able scale of prices will he adopted. MUblC j BOOKS bound in plain or elegant styles. Har- j per’s and Or*ham's Magazines. Cooky's Lady s j P.iwktr ami oil tliA irariAiic PorioU't PpriHlIl* I cals of the day. bound in any style required. Law and Mtdtral Works and Works of Divinity bound in a strong and durable manner. BLANK BOOKS of every description bound in the strongest manner, and RULED to any pattern upon the shortest notice. N. B. —Work from the Trade and Country immediately attended to, and carefully packed without additional charge, nov 6—tf GEORGE SIGGERS. Ci A BIN FT, CHAIR ani» SOFA MANU ) FACTORY, No. 130, King street, Jlejran dria. Va.—Having lately fitted up one ot the handsomest and most spacious ware-rooms in the cit»\ for the FURNITURE BUSINESS. I re spectfully invite public attention to my large stock of FuiiNiTTiOt, which I am constantly in creasing. Persons visiting our city will iind it to their advantage to give me a call as the range of , my GOODS in respect to quality and price, is j «uch as to cover the wants and views ol ail.— j My stock comprises Mahogany Solas. Rocking, j Cane and Wood seat Sitting Chairs, Side- j boards. Dressing Bureaus, (marble top and plain;) marble top and plain Wash Stands, marble top Sola,Card, Book and fancy Tables, Cottage Set, Bedsteads, of all patterns: such as high, Field ing. Frei'.ch, low-post, and Trundle Bedsteads, several patterns of Cottage Bedsteads. Hat racks. Wardrobes. Looking Glasses, and alarge number of other articlesembraced in thebusiness. cr Beds. Bolsters, Pillows, Mattresses, &c.,! constantly on hand. octa—tf JAMES H. PEVAUGHN. SUMMER GOODS-—Just received another ^ lot of those celebrated A RTIC REFRIGE-j RATORP; also, a large as>ortment of W ATER , COOLERS, of styles and prices to suit all w ho may be in want of such an indispensable article. J Hip. Plunge, and Pbcv.er Baths, Ice Cream Freezers, both plain and patent, together with a general assortment of useful articles, to w hich I invite your attention at No. 15, Royal street, Alexandria. n EP~ METALLIC ROOFING and all JOB WORK promptly attended to. my 7 JOSEPH S. STANSBURT. tCRINOLINE CORD FOR SKI RTS. Some t thing entirely new, just received and lor sale by [au/29] ft C. BERRY. WOOL, purchased by z ROBINSON & PAYNE. S\N1)S, NATHANS fc CO.'S AMERICAN CIRCUS and ELEPHANT EXHIBITION! The I eading tra?ure ot this Grand Exhibition, is the \aried performance ot the Won dcrfullu Trained Elephants VICTORIA AND ALBERT! whose unequalled teats have been the wonder and delight ot thousands upon thousands in the Paris. London, New York, and Philadelphia Theatres. They exhibit the MOST ASTONISHING DISPLAYS OF ANI MAL TRAINING AND INSTINCT EVER BEHELD. They have been taught to ascend an Inclined Plank, only nine inches m width, a distance ot 30 yards, where one ot them will BALANCE HIMSELF ON HIS HEAD! LTOS A PEDESTAL SOT OVER A FOOT IS DIAMETER. They will also perform a great variety ot FEATS OF POSTURING, GYMNASTICS. DANCING, WALTZING, MARCHING, Ac., Such as have never b*en attempted in America, and have been the Wonder and Amazement of the world for the last two years. These per- i tectly and surprisingly trained Elephants, both of whom are quite young, were brought out to this country in March last, by Mr. R SANDS, personally, who purchased them at an almost incredible cost—bidding over the greatest W iId Beast proprietor in Europe—while they were performing an engagement at the Port St Denis, Paris. Their indefatigable trainer, MONS. 1 LAGRANGE, accompanies the Elephants and superintends their performances. PARTICULAR NOTICE The Proprietors do most positively and une quivocally assure the public that these extraor dinary Elephants WILL PERFORM ALL that is announced or illustrated by cuts in th*ir bills, and that all the Feats thus illustrated in the Engravings and described, ARE AC1UALIA DONE. _ In the EQUESTRIAN AND ACROBATIC, DEPARTMENTS, the Proprietors confidently recommend to the notice ot the public the names of MONS. FERANTE, and his accomplished pu- I pils, The German Acrobats. HERRS VOLKMAN and V< »N CASTLE. M me. LOUISE BROWER, the accomplished Equestrienne. Mr. J. J NATHANS, with his talented lad PHILO. Mr. WM. AYMAR, the Equestrian Grotesque. JESSE SANDS, the favorite pupil of Mr. R. Sands, the most accomplished rider of the age. Mr. GKO. SERGEANT, the Graphic Scenic Rider. And a host of other artists of distinguished abilities. A'.pong the comic features of the entertain- ! ment will he introduced the two celebrated PERFORM!AG ZEBRAS! Beautiful displays of Yavltino, Iimhlino, j Srmmkuskttini*. Nc., by the Troupe, in which the whole gymnastic strength ot the company will appear. The performances with be accompanied with ( the OTTO HORNE S NEW YORK. CORNET | BAND. I Each Entertainment will conclude with the Romantic Legend of MAZEPPA, or thk Wild ; House of Tar^ary. Clount—Meoikrit. BUOWKIl A A \ M AR< With several able assistants mil the fn renoon, a splendid outside PRO. | CESSION OK ELEPHANTS, with the magni cent BAND CHARIOT, DRAWN BY A TEAM OK MX, will parade through the principal street*. Will Exhibit at ALEXANDRIA,on Thursday, the 17th day of Srjitemhcr Admlnalon 54.» Cents—No Half Price. Doors open at 1$ and b P. M. Performance commence half" an hour alterwards. rr F REE E X HIB1 n o N.— Terri fir A tension on a Single HW, from the Ground to the Top ot : the Pavillion, 350 feet, by Madame Liontink. ; immediately betore the opening of the doors tor ; the afternoon pertormance. aug <fS—eo4t* j tHIINA. GLASS AND EARTHEN WARE. / —R. H. MILLER, SON if CO. Impor- I tern, have received two instalments ot their tall ; supplies trom the English Potteries, and will j continue to receive accessions to their stock till ! the busnuss season jets in. R. II. MlLl.EK. SON Ac CO., ran assure j their Iriends and customers as well a* all oth- j ers from the interior, that their stock shall be ot j The most desirable description, and that their ; prices will compare l.ivorably with those* ol any dealers in their line, in any other markets in the j United States. * R. H. MILLER, SON & CO , have prepared I themselves to offer to Virginia Merchants, every : inducement to make their purchases in their I line, within the limits of the Commonwealth. j WINDOW GLASS.—They have just receiv ed via Antwerp and New York, from the great j manufactorv of “Roux,*’ near Brussels, 11414 i boxes FRENCH WINDOW GLASS,of super ior quality, and of different thicknesses, which th**y have imported under such circumstances as to enable them to oiler a superior article at very moderate prices. 8rno‘J4 nnOBACCO AND CIGAR WAREHOUSE. J —BAYNE Ac STEWART, No.42, Kino Street, Alexandria, Ya. 5UU boxes Tobacco, embracing all grades, and of the rrmst approver! brands—part direct from the manufacturers [quality I 5(>0.000 Cigars. foreign and domestic, of every 50 boxes Pipes! 30 do. Pipe Heads 2,000 Powhatan Pipes Large lot ot Snuff, in bottles and papers Cut and dried Tobacco, in papers and barrels. The above having been purchased early in the season, under the most lavorable circumstan ces. and especial a'tention given to their selec tion, and having a desire to build up a large wholesale trade, we are determined no effort of ours shall be wanting to make our house in all respects equal to similar houses elsewhere— thereby making the advantages mutual to al! parties. BAYNE A STEWART Rags taken in exchange tor merchandise, rnh 12 MARSHALL HOUSE, Alexandria, Va.— The subscriber has leasee’ the above riamvd HOTEL#, and having thoroughly repaired i and refurnished it, asks ot the travelling public, j a share of their patronage. My house is central in its location, being on King street, at the cor- : tier of Pitt, immediately in the centre of busi ness. The TABLE is supplied wilh every deli ' cacy in season The CHAMBERS are roomy, ! and carefully iooked alter. The SERVANT j are polite and attentive, ami the Proprietor and j i his Assistants, are anxious to make it pleasant j to all who sojourn in Alexandria to patronize this house. OMNIBUSES are always in atten- ] dance at the Cars and Steamboats, to convey j ( passengers to the house. I assurers L. S. PRITCHARTT, jy 23 -3m _ _ Proprietor, j \ L" AST CALL.—Notice is hereby given to all i persons w*ho stand indebted to the late firm 1 oi English. Castleman k Co., and English A j 1 Cattleman, that unless their respective accounts 1 < shall be settled, on or before the 1st day of Oc- j tober n^xt, they will, without exception, on j that day, be placed in fhe hands of Attorneys for collection. G. 1. THOMAS, Receiver, aug — tf S“ OMETHING NEW —Bennett's Patent Air I < Tight Sell-Sealing Jars, lor preserving fresh I fruits, tomatoes, oysters, Ac., just received, and for sale low, by 8 mo 13 R. H MILLER, SON k CO. WOOL, purchased by j« 4 RLDGELi, HAMPTON kCO. NKCKLLAIIBOU9 REAIHXG. A HARD HIT. In our tillage we bate a man wbo makes himself very unpopular, and I may say very odious, by bis everlasting fault-finding with other people. He is a good man, perhaps, but if he sees anything in one of the members of the church that he can take hold of, he talks about it, aod harps upon it, and makes it twice as bad as it was, or would have been, but for his censorious meddling with the motes in other people’s eyes. Not far from indeed there is only a garden between the houses-lives Mr. Davis, a mild, inoffen sive, good man, who would be very slow to do wrong at any time, and has a fear of Mr. Sharp’s tongue before him at all times. It happened during the coldest snap in last December, that by Sunday afternoon they bad burnt all the wood that Mr. Davis bad provided on Saturday, and he must go out to the pile and cut some more or the children must puffer, and perhaps be seriously injured by the cold. After some hesitation, but see ing no alternative, Davis took the axe, ard keeping one eye at Sharp’s bouse, and one on bis work, he soon had cut an armful, which he was just picking up, as some one spoke to him from the roadside. “I sny, Mr. Davis!” He dropped his wood, and looking op cri ed:— “Oh, Smith! Ahl Yes, Mr. Smith! Cold day. Mr. Smith; glad to see you; thought at first it was old Sharp.” “Well, what if it wab?” “Why, you seel wouldn't just like, yon know, to have Sharp see me chopping wood on Sunday.” “But, neighbor Davis,” said Mr. Snith, don’t you think the Lord will see you.” “Oh yes, I suppose likely be will; but then be won’t make such a dreadful fuss about it!” Davis may have meant very well in this expression, hut he let out the real feeling of nnny a man who is willing to do wrong if nobody but the Lord see him.~AVZia«*/<\ A southern gentleman at a northern hotel, perceiving that the dining-room servant, a negro, Wttn uentuwiug uib avtcuvivno v to his own neglect, called op John and ac costed him in this wise:—“Joho, I have ser vants at home, and am waited on as a gentle man should be. I am negleeted here, and I am tired of it. I give you fair notice that l will whip you like a dog unless you behave better.” The consequence was that John became very attentive during the few days that the gentleman remained. On going away, John wa6 called up and presented with a dollar or two, which he thus acknowl edged—“Thankee massa. Southern gentle men always so—lick us like blazes when we don’t wait on ’em well, but when they go alien gib us a dollar or two. Now these abolition gentlemen mighty hard to suit, and want much waitin on, and when they go ’way, ebakeyour hand, look up to the wall an’ say, 'God bless you, my unfortunate friend, an’ elewate you in the scale of humanity,’ or something like that, hut dey neber gib us a dollar to elewate ui» with.” _ rtf F< INTAIN E’S C R E A M Of W l L1) FLOWERS.—A few applications ot this popu lar Toilet preparation will render the teeth white as alabaster, beautify the roughest skin, removing all tan, freckles, pimples, and imper fections. imparting to the complexion bloom, clearness, delicacy and beauty, and a tragrance which dispenses with all perfumes or extiacts. Ladies not in the habit of using Soap upon the lace, cannot do without it after a single trial For Washing Infants and Children—Moth ers and nurses find it a complete substitute lor all spirits or lotions, as a preventive 01 chafing, eruptions. Ac. For Shaving—It creates a rich emollient lather, softens the beard, and by gentlemen is considered one ot the greatest luxuries ot the Toilet. Sold by all druggists and fancy dealers. Price f»U cents. F. G. FONTAINE A CO, Manufacturers and Proprietors, 305, Broadway. New York.je w7—tf 117 H EEL WRIGHT ami BLACKSMITH \\ ING, Kc.—The subscriber, acknowledg ing his gratitudeto his patrons and friends for past favors, further informs the public that he still conducts the WHKKLWRlGH 1 and BLA( K SMiTHING business in its largest and most extensive way. at his old stand, corner of l ift and Queen streets, Alexandria. Having on hand the largest and bent assortment of material, and the best workmen *he country can produce, he flatters himself that he can make and sell work quite as good and as cheap as can be had in any city in the Union. Notice the following list of prices: Wagons trom $d0 to $40; Ox VV heels trom $25 to $35; Carts from $35 to $7n; Horse Shoeing at $1 *» set. I have added to the above the COACH MAKING business, which will lie conducted on the cash system entirely. All work warranted. ROBT. HODGKIN. ID* A good SMITH can find steady employ ment at the above shop—also one or two BO> S to learn trades. [sep 7—3m j R. H. JOHN OGDEN, No. 135, Kino street, Alex andria. dealer in Artules useful in H</u>e keeping, of Hardware and Cutlery, Britama and Silver plated Ware; Plannished, Japanned, and . . m- ... • I lir-n_(IF_I)_L_ * Oinmou llll, n uuu, aim n Jiiuw ** a ic, uiusun, Mats. \c. GP^New Housekeepers will perceive the ad vantage of finding at one establishment so many articles which they require. They are assured it is my purpose, as it is my interest, to sell as cheap as goods ol like quality can he obtained elsewhere. * WATCHES and JEWELRY— GEORGE DUFFEY, Watchmaker, So 70 Am* Street, near Fairfax, would respectfully inform his customers and the public generally, that he has just returned from the Nirth, with a further supply of Watches, Jewelry, Ac.,comprising the choicest articles in hi* line, which be will sell at the lowest cash prices. Having engaged the services of several Watch makers he is now prepared to do all kinds of fine Watchwork at the shortest notice. Es capements put in Watches, Pi votings, staffs, cylinders, and jewelling done for the trade at Northern prices: Chronometers cleaned, adjust ed. and their rates ascertained. Grateful tor the liberal patronage be has re reived, he hopes by being prepared to do all work without delay, and in the best manner, to still ■eceive a continuation of your generous favors, oct 11 —eotf VI/'OOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!!—The sub \y senbers wish to give notice that they ire still purchasing WOOL, for which they ire pay ng the highest cash price. Growers of iue Wool may find it to their advantage to correspond with us. We also wish to purchase a large quantity of >UMAC, at the very highest cash price. Shall >e pleased to correspond with country mer chants who deal in the article. SHEEPSKINS wanted. KAMSBCRG A EBERT, 105 High-st. Georgetown, D. C., aug 5—w3m _ Threshing machines.—i haveju.t re ceived. a lot of four Horse Power Thresh ers, warranted to work well, for sale by DRAYTON G. MEADE, sep 1 No. 18 Fairfax-street. | AND WARRANTS WANTED!—Highot | j market rate* paid far Land Wan ant* and