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VOL. LVin. TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17. 1857. _ NO
Aitu»» *• o*4f'*eA Virginia Advertiser, 1
PlBUstiSO &AILY BT
KDGAK SXOWDKR.
At K;x!‘: Dollars per anuum. payable half yearly.
41,mu’*. Gazette A Virginia Advertiser.
A,e ,
(FOR THE COUNTRY)
is PUBLISH S3, REeULARLT, 05
TUiiSPAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS,
At Five Dollar* annum, payable in advance.
-gt<> or Advirtwho.-Advertisements not exceeding
1 , i*re. »ua.*rte*| three tluie* ft>r one dollar. Adver
tidin'*tit* • mtinued after three times, for 60 cents a
- i*re por kach i.xasRTXOX traiDK, or lid cents outbids.—
Hues are counted as a square.
4 ifVtivin-ttts bv the year, at prices to bo agreed upon,
* reference to the usual amount of space they may
^ Iverti.dr.* by the year not to advortise articles
n *t include*! in their regular business, nor to insert tn
,h.t- tjTerriseinent* anv other names than their own.
H rVin jni Osituvut Noticss, exceeding five linee,
•bir.;***! for as a«lvertiseinenta. _ |
amixandrTa GAZETTE
JOB PRINTING. OrriOE.
having jot addkd largely to our
A NSOKTV ENT or_
JOB TYPE,
«-Khi T. itu 3T3J.7 TAJ.I3T7, w« «r* pivp,r«l
to execute orders for the following, with
NEATNESS AND DE9PATCH.
PAMPHLETS, I KILL HEADS,
CHECKS SCHOOL RE 1*0RTS,
CIRCTL \RS, I KAIL ROAD RECEIPTS.
N.ItRS I APOTHKCARIKS LABELS, ;
BILLS LADING, BUSINESS CARDS,
P«»*TEKS HANDBILLS,
W VKK ANTS. RONDS. VISITING CARDS. AND
gVKRY DKSCRIPTION OF PRINTING,
Executed upJD as reasonable terms, as at any
:?r:33 SSTTS 3? 733 P373KA3.
Hoy (/dice. .\o. lO t rince otreet, uw«w» j
Fairfax awi R*Pjal Streets. eep 15—tf j
ORANWK tsu ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD. ‘
1TrEAT™<>UTHERS MAIL LISE.
Twice daily, (Sunday nights excepted,) be
tw-»en Washington and the South, via Alexan
iiiii.v. Gordons'ill£, and Richmond.
Leaves Alexandria at 7$ o clock, A. M.
“ Alexandria at o clock, P. M.
FuK LyMMIBUM* AND TUB SoL'TH WKST.
Leave Alex indria at 7^ o'clock, A. M.t ar
rive in Liscmtnu; next morning at 4, A. M., ;
connecting w ith the trains on the Virginia and j
Tennessee Railroad tor Mkmimus. Mail Stages
from Charlottesville to Lynchburg a distance of
60 miles.
Fare from Alexandria to Lynchburg. $7,50. j
je!3—tf _ ___
MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD.
1 PASSENGERS tor this Road will leave the j
Alexandria Station, in the Orange Train
at 7.IT), A. M , dailv (Sundays expected.)
,« —tt EDW. GREEN.Trea urer. |
. -
1I6T FALL axi> WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. 1557.
ADAMS* EXPRESS COMPANY
INVITE the attention ot the public to the
facilities afforded by this Company, lor the
quick and sate conveyance ot Specie, Bank
Notes, valuable packages, heavy and bulky
freight, Ac.
EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore.
Philadelphia, New York, Bo-ton, Providence, i
Hartford. &c . leave our office daily, at 2, P. M. <
EXPRESSES tor the South, to Richmond.
Fredericksburg. Petersburg, Lynchburg, and lor
points in North Carolina, Sou to Carolina, Geor- j
gia, Alabama, and Tennessee, leave aaJy 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. !
37^ cent* l♦ m> from Philadelphia, $1;
from New ^ork, $1.50.
No packages ot good* taken by weight, un
lev, weighing over V'O to*.
fcb20—1tf R. W FALLS, Agent.
TRAM, LllitOKS AND TOBACCO.
RllH.ELY. HAMPTON A CO.,
WHOLESALE HEALERS IN
uni ons. jm> tobjcco. only.
V:\K. now receiving their FALL SUPPL\
oi the above GOODS, comprising every
article in their line, and by tar the largest Stotk
ev**r belore offered in this market.
They respectfully invite the attention ot deal
er* to an examination ot their Stock, with the
assurance that they can, and will, sell to them
upon the most favorable terms, and as low as
the same description ot goods can be purchased
in anv market further North. aug B
LINKER YARDS.
Ann FEET' assorted White Pine
I 2oO.lAHJ teet Spruce Joist
and Scantling
100,000 teet assorted Georgia Pine Timber
10u,ix>o “ South Carolina Flooring, Al
exandria dressed
400.1HH) Eastern Laths, just laid in. and for
•aleby WATERS, ZIMMERMAN & CO.
I UMBER. COAL, AND WOOD YARD!!
j Comer of i uioh ami ijueen streets. Aiurth —
W'tiere 1 am preparol to turnish every descrip
tion ot LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME,
&c. Also,Oak and Pine Wood, Red and White
Ash, and U umber land COAL. which 1 am sell
ing low tor cash.or on reasonable terms togood
customers, [aug 3—11J U. W. BARKER.
•>Xi v i Vi Vi \ NO l ASD NO. 2‘CYPRUS
O'HItUt ru SHINGLES, just received
per Scnrs Summertield and Hoily, and for sale
x* prices to suit the times, bv
sov 3 WATERS, ZIM.MERM AN fc CO.
THE SEC RET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH
AND MATURITY.yu*published. Gratis,
^ 25th thousand—A few words on the rational
treatment, without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea
or Lt>cal Weakness. Genital and Nervous Debili
7 Premature Decay ol the System, Irapotency,
Impediments to Marriage generally, by
B DE LANEY. M D.
The important fact that the many alarming
Ieomp.aihts, originating in the imprudence and
•outudeot youth, may be easily removed with
du’ Medicine. is in this small tract, clearly de
aiomtrated; and the entirely new and highly
nicceastul treatment, as adopted by the Author,
^explained, by means of which every one is
eB4b‘*d to cure himself perfectly and at the least
cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised
nostrums of the day.
^onttoany address, gratis and post free in a
envelope, by remitting tw* postage stamps
!°Dt DE LANEY, 17 Lispcnard Street, N. Y
N#w York, oct 10—<ity * _
KRONENE OILS, l»I>TILLKD FROM CoAL,
>l\ (not ixplosiyx)—Stewed by Letters Fa
'?*• The different grades of these celebrated
#uitab!e for Machinery of all kinds, Bin
and Family use, can be had ol the under
^^d. also of the Wholesale Oil Dealers and
ruISi»ts in the city of New York, and of the
^‘sonzed Local Agent of the Company ill J
,Ui>place. AUSTENS. General Agents,
Kerosene Oil Company,
No. 50 Beaver st, N. Y.
Doca! Agencies granted on application as
** Orders should specify the description of ;
4rT:Por machinery 4or which the Oil is wanted.
^ —eoly
.\ftAtons bright DRY SHUCKS!
to - " ^ ANTED, lor which a fair price wil i
«»ven FITZPATRICK h BURNS,
♦ ‘ %nijf*cturers of the best curled Hair, Cot
E,d tnd.SHUi:K MATTRESSES; also, Spring
J and Spring Lounges, Cotton Bats, he.
—tf
BISINFSS CARDS.
JOHN II. PARROTT,
BOOKSELLER AXD STATIONER.
ALSO, sole Agent in this place, ami this
region of Virginia, for the sale ot Wor
cester s Celebrated PIANOS, ami Cariiakt Ac
Needham's MELODFONS; keeps constantly on
hand a well-selected Stock ot STATIONERY.
Also, the largest Stock of MUSIC and MUSI
CAL INSTRUMENTS ever offered in this mar
ket. [jy 3—tt] JOHN H. PARROTT^
FITZPATRICK .V Bl R.NS,
PAIR VIEW COTTON WORKS,
NEAR THE CANAL BASIN, ALEXANDRIA, \ A.
Manufacturers of Matre$«es Patent Spring.
Hair. Cotton, Husk, and Moss; Cotton Warp,
Cotton Twine, and Cotton Bats.
ty Any description and size made to order
at short notice.
1H7* An assortment of the above articles al
ways on hand. ap 3—tt
ALU Is MIDI), M« YORK. M l! >D * Ul’UHLS. ST. LOUS
MIOD &. CO.,
GESERJL COMMISSION MERCHJXTS,
134 Pearl Street, New York.
Refer to Messrs. J. Ac J. Stuart & Co., New
Y"oik; John A. Dougherty Ac Co . New Orleans;
Woodruff Ac Co., New Y ork; A. K. Phillips Ac
Co., Fredericksburg, Va ; Geo. T. Booker, esq.,
Richmond. Va.; Wm. N. McVeigh, Alexandria,
Va.; McVeigh & Chamberlain. Alexandria, V a.;
Edgar Snowden, esq , Alexandria, Va.
jan 7—d 1 y
JM. SIMMS, (Late oe Alexandria, Va.)
# PRODUCE ami GENERAL COMMIS
SION MERCHANT, BALTIMORE, MR—
Solicits consignments of Produce and Mer
chandise generally. Also,orders tor Groceries,
Grain, Seeds, Guano. Acc.
References:
Messrs. McVeigh & Chamberlain,
R. H. Miller Ac Co., > Alex'a., Va
Knox At Brother, j
John A. English, esq., Fredericksburg, V a.
Thomas Wallace, esq., Petersburg, V a.
Baltimore, mb 1*J—dly
THOMAS S. JAM1ESOS,
MJCH1MST and 1ROA FOLXDER,
cr Corner of Royal and M ilkf. streets,«£3
18 PREPARED to execute orders tor STA
TIONARY STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers.
Pumps, Fans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill
Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing. ( olnmns and
Girders. Gas or Water Pipe, and MA( HINhKI
of every description. Supeiior CAST1N(«S
made to order at short notice, and on reasonable
terms. On hand, se\eral STEAM ENGINE**',
eight horse power, and eight or ten LA 1 H ES.
to which the attention ol those in want i» re
quested. mb 2d ly
/ 1 AS F 1 T T I N G ESTABLISHMENT.—
\J[ WILL MM COGJX. Practical Gas fitter.
Fayette Jiley. JU.cundna. proposes to open a
branch oi his establishment at t HARL»>n Ks\ n.i.K.
where, as here he will attend to GAS-H l 1 ING
in all its branches. Stores, Dwellings, ( huiches.
Machine Shops and Public Buildings fitted up
on the most approved plans, and at reasonable
prices. He is also prepared to turnish Steam
Pipe, Steam Guages. and Steam ( ocks. ( on
tracts will be made lor work, and fixtures ot any
kind supplied at the lowest rates.
cr All Work warranted. ap 2S—ly
JE N K1N S A LAMBDI N. A/. 1A l f\i (
If RFRS OF SJSIL DOORS. SHI T
TEl S. BLIXDS. and FRJMES. keep con
stantly on hand a large assortment ot the abo\e
named articles, and will sell th« m. (quality con
sidered.) as cheap as they can be bought m the
United States.
Jh/* All orders promptly attended to ( ircu
lare of sizes and prices tur».ished, on applica
tion. Address JENKINS fc LAMBDLV
cor. ot Queen and Fairlax-sts., Alex.. \ a.
ap 21—eoly
AL. GREGORY, A'o I 1 n. Kids; street, cor
ner of Pitt. Jle.cniitlrirt. MANCEACTUKER
and dealer in TIN andSHEE/I IRON-WARE,
STOVES, ft c. 1 would respectfully invite the
public to call aud examine my stock ot STO\ ES.
GRATES, ftc.
ROOFING, GUTTERING; and SPOUT
ING, promptly executed, and warranted tight
Terms, cash, unless otherwise agreed on at
time ol sale, and no new account will be open
ed until old ones are closed. dec S—tf
J TACKY. PJPER-HJXGFR. I PHOL
# STERER. GILDER, and Hol'SE DE
COR JTOR /A GFXFRJL. whilst returning
his grateful acknowledgement? to his numerous
friends tor their Aery liberal encouragement tin
ring the two years he lias been amongst them,
assures them that it will be his continued etlort
to serve them with promptness, and ai moderate
charges, at his old stand. No. I4lD, north side
King street. Alexandria mh 20
C. J. WISE. b K. ft REE SR.
11 INK GROUND PLASTER, 22 10 pops ns
^ to the Ton, constantly ground and for
sale by WISE & GREENE, at the Franklin
m Mills. Alexandi ia. Ya. CALCINED PLA8
tku always on band.
IprCoimting Room, Union street, No. — 2nd
story over l>. S. Gwins Commission Store,
my 0—dly
CC. BRADLKV. Cabinet, ( hair, and Sofa
# Manufacturer, cornel ol King and Alfred
streets, Alexandria, Va.. has constantly on hand,
and offers to the public, an excellent assortment
of Cabinet Ware. Sofas.and Chairs,ol every
variety, and on the low est term*, w hich, tor dura
bility and finish,cannot be surpassed,
mh 4—ly
K. W. KISCHELOK. SIDNEY BRUIN.
RINCHELOE & BRUIN, GROCERS
and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No.
42 Onion-street. Alexandria. Virginia.
rr Farmers may rely upon having their
personal attention to all produce entrusted to
them. jy I7—H
T. A. BRCW1S. ) \ r 4 S ANTHONY LAWSON
Alex a.. \ A CARD. f Logan C. H.
TA, BREW IS k CO.. WHOLESALE ANDRE
# tail GROCERS. PRODUCE, andGEN
c.t\AL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Came
ron st.. opposite the Market House.
aug 23—ly _ _
PH. HOOFF, Alexandria Va., FLOOR.
# GRAIN b GROCERY MERCHANT
has removed to ^io. 58 South of Prince, and on
Union street. Particular attention will be
given to all consignments of Produce. Plaster,
Salt, and Groceries furnished at current rates.
jy 26
ISAAC PAUL. COMMISSIONMERCHANT.
for the sale of Wheat, Flour, Corn, and
all other Country Produce ; for the purchase ol
Plaster. Guano, and other goods to be had in
Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to
all orders. QPCorner King and Water streets,
on the Railroad, Alexandria, Va. jy 22—ly
GEORGE W. HARRISON, corner of Fayette
Alley and Onion streets, dealer in GROCE
RIES. LIQUORS.and PROVISIONS generally.
BP" All orders from the country promptly at
tended to, and produce taken in exchange,
frb *28—tt
WILLIAM H. MUIR. Manufacturer and
DEALER IS ALL KINDS OF CABINET FUR
NITURE, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, LOOK
ING GLASSES, kc . corner of king and St
Asaph streets Alejrandi in. fa je 2r—ty
James c~1*RV*tt william snow den.
T^TEVJSTT k SNOWDEN, SHIPPING and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Rummy's
WW »
JNO 8- RIDGKLY. HENRY HAMPTON. R- H. HUNTON.
TH IDG ELY, HAMPTON & CO wholesale
Jv dialers in TEAS, LIQUORS and IO
BACCO, 35 Union Strut. 11
BUSINESS CARDS.
JOB G. McVKIGH, A TTORNE Y AT LA Hr.
and GENERAL LAND AGENT St.
Paul. Minnesota Ti rntury
References.—Sturges, Bennet Ac Co; R. H.
Lourv, Cashier Bank ot Republic, New York:
Chubb Brothers. Washington. I>. C.; Brent Ac
Kinzer; Wm. N. McVeigh, President of Bank
of Old Dominion, Alexandria, \ a.; Worts,
A list ip Ac McVeigh. Philadelphia, Pa.; Hopkins,
Hull Ac Co ; Appleton Ac <'o . Baltimore. Md.; R.
H. Miller Ac Co., St. I „ouis. Mo; Hon. J. W.
Brockenbrough, Lexington. Va. jy la—eoly
WM. H. BARLEY. HARTEY O. BULLS.
1IT1LL1AM H. BARLEY Ac CO., succes*
\\ sors to ,1. T Creighton Ac Co., importers
and dealers in HARDWARE, Cutlery, Bar Iron,
Steel, Hollow-ware, Guns, Agricultural Imple
ments, Acc , &e.
Agents tor the Old Dominion Nail Works.
No. 90, corner of King and Royal streets. Al
exandria, Va.
tF* Country Merchants are requested to call
and examine our Stock. sep 0
('^ C. BERK Y. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
)% KK IS FOREIOS AND DOMESTIC NOTIONS, j
Fancy Goods. Acc., No 72, King street, is now
receiving a large and well selected stock ot
FALL GOODS, to which he calls the attention
of 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. D CORSE. W 1>. CORSE.
RANKING. KXCHANGK. ant> COLLECTION OFKICEuF
CORSE B K O T H E li S,
No 9‘>, Exchange Block.
II7F, will make Collectionson all accessible
W points in the United States, and hold pro
ceeds subject to Check,or remit promptly to any
designated point.
We will deal in Exchange, Time Bills, Promis- ,
gory Notes, l nnirrcnt Money, ('oin. fyc. *
Stocks and other Skctrities bought and sold
on Commission, and Loans negotiated upon 1a
.. -■ 1 lftwtwl tn Depositors.
y I ill'll IV i me, *- - i
A varied experience of many years in this
business, enables us to oiler our services witn
conlulence to the public. leb 19—tl
tlHART.ES HASKINS, Architect. Washir.g
) ton, 1>. C., will continue to furnish dksiuns
and plans, for every class of building, together
with detail working, drawings, and specifiea- j
tions oi materials and work; also, the draw ing of
contracts for the same—and general superinten
dence. ir (Mice, Penn, av., between 10th and
I 1th sts., Washington, IV C. feb IV—dtl
CUTHBEHT POWELL W. LEVIN PuWELL.
(Lat«* v*' *iOU«ioun.)
1)0 WELL K. CO., GFXEiUL COMM IS \
SI OX M E R( EL 1XTS. in. a lk us i n W1N ES.
TEAS, L1QC0RS, SEGA US. \c corner A i« g
and Vnion stru ts, Alexandria. lit.
IV Strict personal attention given to the
sale ot all kinds ot Country Produce. All;
orders filled with despatch. my 19—tl
JOHN 8. KNOX. JR ROBERT F. KNOX.
KNOX Ac BROTHER.
(Successors to IV Hume \ Co..)
Grocers, Commission and Furu-j filing
MERCHANTS,
No. 97 King-street, Alexandria, Y a.
xnh 11—tf
) CLIPS DIENELT—DENTIST. Alkxan- 1
dhja. Va Olfice, 49 Royal street, below
Prip.ce—Oilers his professional services to those
desiring them. Particular attention paid to the
insertion ot Artificial Teeth. nov f> ly
DU. M O’lT B. SMITH, having located in
Alexandria, ofleis his professional sei vices
to its c i/ens aid the vicinity
(Mice on Prince street one door east of the
Post (Mice. F*p IV—dm
\\7 B. RICHARDS, 9k.No. 110, Kind
f f • street. Ai.KXAMi.nmauuluc
turer ot Hooped Skirts. Bonnets, Elastic, Mo
rocco, and other Belts. Head Dresses, Ace.
jy d;
MELDRl I Mi E. O EXE HAL COMM1S
# Si OX MERCIUXT and Slur BRO
KER. also. Agent for the Boston, Alexandria,
and Georgetown regular line ot Parke's. I nion
Wharf, Alexandria. Ya. nov 4—tt
nyjEW PAINT Shnp — ir. J. Hidl)OX
has removed his PAlNT SHOP over Hill
ht Webster’s Carpenter's Shop, on Prince sired,
next to the Fannns Bank, w here all orders will
be faithfully attended to dee 7
«EO. It HOHINSON. THOMAS K. PAINE.
r)OBINS()N k PA YNE,Grocers,Commission
and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street
Wharf. Alexandria. Vra. oct S—tf
1) ICHARD L. ( ARNE..1r.. dealer n FOR
EIGX and DOMESTIC HARD WARE.
CCTI.EHY. HOLLOVY-WARE. $r., Xo.
C,0 King street, cormr of Karr far. oct 17—tt
JP. CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings
# Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings,
and Y’enitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria. \ a
jy 14—dtt
rpHOMAS PERRY. COMMISSION MER
jj ( HAN'T, No. 3, Irwin’s Wharf, Alexan
dria. Ya my 28—tf
AGltK ILTI UAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
C10PARTNERSHIP.— The undersigned have
/ this day formed a Copartnership under the |
liim and style of ADDISON, WALLACE hi
CO. for the purpose of conducting a general
AGRKTLTl RAL, IMPLKMENT, SEED and
MAN ERE business. nf Addison hi Howard S old
stand. No. 13 Union street. They w ill keep on j
hand a full supply of Agricultural Implements,!
field se* dot all kinds and the phosphatic and
animal manures—and feel confident they will ,
be able to furnish goods on as good terms as any i
other house in Alexandria.
E B ADDISON, Jr,
H. SIDNEY WALLACE,
oct *20—tf JOHN ADDISON.
AAM bushels FRESH ORCHARD
GRASS SEED, just received, and tor
sale by DRAYTON G. MKADF.
! oct 28 No 1*2 Fairfax street.
f I'M MOTH Y SEED—A lot of prime TIMO
| THY SEED, received, and lor >ale by
• oct 27 ADDISON, WALLACE * CO.
STOVES. ACi
I OTOYES! STOVES!! STOVES!!!—The
0 subscriber is now receiving from the largest
Northern manufacturers, as complete an assort- ;
; merit of Cooking and Parlor SlO\ES as was
ever offered in this community, among which
! may be found the Empire State Cooking STO\ E j
which has b^en sold in this maiket for the past ;
five or six years, and is still without doubt the
best Croking Stove in use. atul 1 would call
particular attention to the McGregor Heater.
for Parlors, &c., which is decidedly the most
economical Stove ever made; also, to Stanley s
Coal Pursers and Kai iators, together with all 1
other patterns lor either Wood or Coal, includ
ing Gas Burners, Feinour, plain Cylinder, Cast
and Sheet Iron Air Tights. Stove Fixtures, Stove
Po!!i<*h. Tin, Copper, and Sheet Iron ^ are, all oi
which 1 am anxious to sell, and w ill seli low
i oct 7 A. L. GREGORY.
SPECIAL NOTICE to Country Merchants, is
hereby giv»n. that they can get their orders
filled, and get better WARES than can be got at
the North, and at the same price; so if you will
take the trouble to call and examine my stock,
which is the largest in the place, the fact will j
be made manifest to all.
mh 28 ENOCH CRIMES. No. 14.Fairfax-ftt
FOR SALE or LEASE —a vacant LOT on
the w est side of Union street, opposite the
Fish Wharf, 52 feet front by about 140 feet deep,
| with an alley in the rear 20 feet w ide. Apply
• to fist mo 2»iJ R. H. MILLER.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac*
MORENEWBOOKS.—A Magnificent Work.
_Frank Forrester s Horse and Horse
manship of the United States and British Pro
vinces of North America, by Henry William
Herbert, author of “Field Sports,’* “Fishing,’*
Sic., in two splendid quarto volumes, with origi
nal steel engraved portraits of celebrated Horses,
price $1U.
Human Histology, in its relations to Descrip
tive Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology, by
E. B. Peasley, M. D., Professor of Physio ogy
in the New York Medical College, a handsome
octavo volume, with 434 illustrations on wood,
$3 75
Madame Le Vert 's Travels — Sou veil iers of Tra
vel, by Madame Octa\ia Walton Le Vert, in
two volumes. $2.
Modern Reform Examined. or the Union of the
North and Eolith, on the subject of Slavery, by
Joseph C. Stiles, $1. Just published, and tor
sale by [dov 11] ROBERT BELL.
(THKAP BOOKS.—Minutes of the Annual
j Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal
Church, lrotn 1773 to 1839, two volumes, octavo,
price $2.
History of the Methodist Hymn Book, 50c.
Collyer's Lectures on Scripture Tracts and
Prophecy. 75 cts.
The Family Commentary on the Holy Bible,
from the works of Henry and Scott, published
by the London Religious Tract Society, with
many beautiful steel engravings, in two quarto i
volumes, bound, cost in numbers, $18: price
$10. For sale by [nov 4] ROBT. BELL.
Tt ;| ORE NEW BOOKS.—The Gr cysm Letters,
jyl selections from the correspondence of R.
E H. Grey son, esq., edited by Henry Rogers,
author ot “The Eclipse of Faith. &c., price
$ 1.25.
Mustang Gray, a Romance, by the Hon. Jere
miah. Clemens, author of “Bernard Lile,’* $1.
Tueker s History of the United Statis. trom the
Colonization to the end ot 1841, now complete
in four octavo volumes, price $2 per volume,
just published and tor sale by
* „ov 3 ROBT. BELL.
It I ONKV HARD TO COLLECT OR BOR
i\I ROUr_thp Papt—Thp following I
is set to music—
“The times are so tight, tor the cash is hard to
get.
Though all hope they’ll have some to-morrow,
And every one looks blue, and are in such a pet.
Finding money hard to collect or borrow.
Such being the case, as can be proven, it'!
doubted, l will just say to those who are so for- j
tunatea* to have any to spend, that with it, great
bargains can be had at 1*’>0, King-street, tor i
any thing in my line, comprising a large stock
of MUSIC. MUSICAL 1 N S T K U M E N T S,
BOOKS. STATIONERY, and a great variety
of other things, too many to name.
nov 11 JOHN H. PARROTT.
1ATK PUBLICATIONS.—Quit*, a Novel,
j by the Baroness Tautpheus. author oi “The j
Initials,” one vol., 12mo. cloth. $1 25.
The Lifeot John Fitch, the inventor of the
Steamboat, by Thompson Westcott, 12mo.
cloth, $1.25.
Butler's Analogy of Religion, with an intro- l
duction. notes, conspectus, and ample index, by
Howard Malcolm, D. 1'., 12mo. cloth, 75c.
Tom Bi wn's School Pays at Rugby, by an
Old Boy, 12mo. cloth, $1. * j
The Cruise of the Midge, by the author ot
“Tom Ci ingles Log,” octavo, paper covers, 75c.
Bella i relawr.ey. or Time Works Wonders,
by J. T. Smith, esq . 50c.
The Attache, or Sam Slick in England, new
re\i.-ed edition, 12mo. cloth, 75c., paper covers.
5u cts.
Nature and Human Nature, by the author ot
“Sam Slick,” clo4h. 75c . paper, 50c.
Wise Saws, or Sum Slick in search ot a wife,
cloth, 75c , paper, 5nc. Eor sale by
JAMES KNTWISLE & SON,
Fep 30 No. 1*5 King-street.
rilHK GREAT MAGAZINE OF THE DAY
I AT FREXnrs, First Futnbrr.
The Atlantic Monthly, devoted to Literature,
Ait. and Politics, published by Philips, Samp
son A Co.
The Diary of a Medical Student, by (*. C.
Warren, author ot “Ten Thousand a \ ear. 5(Jc.
1 In* Wreck oi the Golden May. by Dickens,
25 cts.
Ballou's Magazine for December, 10c.
New York Ledger, Leslie, Flag. Waverley,
Pictorial, and all the new Books and Papers,
nov 1*2
IIAKUWARK, t’lTLKRV, dir.
(10PARTNEKSHIP NOTICE.—The under
j signed upon the 1st day ot September, hav ■
ing foimed a Copartnership, tor the prosecution
of the Hardware business, under the st;le ot I
WM H BARLEY A (’O.,and purchased the en
tire stock ot the late fnm of John T. Creighton
A Co., No. BO King street, would respectfully
ask the attention ot dealers to their large and
well selected Stock ot Goods in their line, em
bracing every thing that is usually found in a
first class HARDWARE HOUSE. Laige addi- j
tions will he made in a few days.
WH. H. BARLEY.
sep 7—tf HARVEY O. MILLS.
C1 M. CASTLEMAN—Late of the firm ol
j % English A Castlcman, at the old stand, j
King stieet. corner Market Alley, wholesale and
retail dealer in American ai d English Refined
B.-.r and Sheet IRON, Cast, SI ear, and Spring
Steel.
Elliptic Springs. Carriage and Cart Axles
Blacksmith's Bellows. Anvils. Vices, Arc.
A general assortment of the above named ar- \
tides will he kept constantly on hand, together
with otbei articles to tedious to mention.
RT Merchants and consumers are lespeetful
iy invited to call and examine my stock betore
purchasing. Orders will be promptly attended
to._ j* | |
rilHE JLEXJNDKU BOOK BINDERY
1 JND BLJNK BOOK MJNIFJCTO
RY\ No. 73 Prince street, opposite tub Ga
zette Office. Alexandria, Virginia. The pro- j
prietor ot the above establishment returns h:s
sincere thanks to his friends and patrons for i
past tavors, and respectfully informs them that he j
has removed the BINDERY to the above build j
ing. and having made considerable additions and ;
improvements, and spared no expense in select- i
ing new Stock, and with increased facilities for j
doing work, he hopes by strict attention and ex- .
perience, to give satisfaction to his patrons. He '
assures them that, in all cases, tbe most reason- I
able scale of prices will be adopted. MUSIC
BOOKS bound in plain or elegant styles. Har
per's and Graham’s Magazines, Godey'h Lady s
Book, find all the various Reviews and Periodi- ;
cals of the day. bound in any style required.
Law and Medical 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.
ETN. B. —Work from the Trade and Country' 1
immediately attended to, and carefully packed
without additional charge,
nov 0—tf GEORGE SIGGERS.
MORE COAL—The Schooner J. W. Wool- j
ston. has arrived with 200 tons WHITE
ant RED ASH COAL, about half of which is
for sale, at market price,
nov 7 W. A. DUNCAN
1T7OOL will be purchased at the highest
if market price, by
MEYENBERG, BRO. & CO.,
jy 31 Sarepta Hall.
LAND WARRANTS WANTED!—Highest;
market rates paid for Land Warrants and
Revolutionary Scrip, by
je 2#—M BURKE & HERBERT.
DRY GOODS, Ac.
Targe dry-goods establishment.
j HAMILTON FASTER CO, New
Marble Building. Numbers 199, 201 and 203
Baltimore stieet. Baltimore, have now in store
(mostly of their own importation ) one of the
largest and most complete stocks in the United
States, embracing—
SILKS and SILK GOODS, of every class
DRESS GOODS—a very large stock
IRISH LINENS; LINEN GOODS and
Housekeeping articles, of every description
Mourning Goods
Cloaks, Mantillas and Shawls
Embroideries. Laces, Hosiery, GIon^Hm
Blankets, Quilts, Domestic Goods, aiu^Mry
article generally required by farmers and plan
ters. tor servants’ use.
Retail Rooms on first floor—the price affixed
to earh article, from which no deviation is made.
Wholesale Rooms on the second and third
floors. Baltimore, oct 10—3m
G1 ENTLEME.VS GOODS—We call atten
If tion to our large and choice stock of su
perior French Cloths, and of superior French
and American Cassimeres, Silk, Cloth. Velvet,
and Valencia Vestings, some very elegant
Lambs Wool, Merino, and Silk Shirts and
Drawers
Cotton, Silk, and Lambs Wool Half Hose, in
great variety
Neck Ties, Cravats, Scarfs, Shirt Collars, and
Travelling Shawls, over Coating, Sic.. Sec. We
have made arrangements by which we can '
have any article of Gentlemen’s apparel, made
up at short notice, in a style warranted to give j
satisfaction, [oct 29] ASHBY & WOOD.
I^URS! FURS!—we are receiving this day
^ our second supply of Ladies, Misses, and
Childrens Furs, such as Capes, Circulars, Victo
ries, Muff's and Cuff's, of Fitch, Martin, Mink,
and other desirable Furs, in setts or separate.—
Also. Black Otter Gloves, Mitts, and Russia
Mufflers. The above Furs were bought lorcaslr
in New York, at the present financial crisis,
(especially in the Fur trade,) which will enable
us to offer great inducements.
MEYENBKRG, BRO. & CO.,
nov 7 No. bh King street, Sarepta Hall.
'VIEW GOODS.—Just leceived, large addi
tions to our former stock, having been
purchased at low figures, we are enabled to
offer gieat inducements to our friends—
Dress Goods, ot various kinds
Shawls, ot every description
black Silk*, lower than ever
American, English, and French Prints,
with many other desirable goods, right in sea
son, which we offer at gieat bargains. Call
without delay.
oct 28 BERKLEY Ac SHACK LETT.
More new and cheap goods —
French Merinoes. plain and figured
Do. Mouslines do do
IVrsian Cloths and DeBages
1UU pieces Fancy Prints
Bleached and brown Cottons and Sheetings
Cloths and Cas«imeres, Cacsinets, Flan
nels. Tickings, Blankets, Acc., with many other
GOODS suited to the season, and at prices to
suit the times [nov 14] WITMKRS Ac CO.
MORE NEW GOODS— We have just open
ed. in addition to our farmer stock, beau
txInl Mouslins. IVBages’ French Plaids, Ging
hams, Fancy Prints. Black and Fancy CasM
meres, Cassinetts, Plaid Linseys, Canton and
Wool Flannels, sup Bed Blankets, Blanket and
long Shawls, all of which will be sold at very
iow pi ices. J. F. Ac L. A. LARKIN,
nov 11
I A DIES AND GENTS, fleeced Silk Gloves;
j do do. Shawls, in great variety; French
Mouslins; Meiinoes; Coburgs: Ducals; Plaid
Silks; Calicoes; Blue Domestics; Linseys; Ging
hams; Flannels; bleached and brown Cottons;
French Work, in great variety, received, and
for sale low, by
nov 1! TAYLOR Ac HUTCHISON.
1’ M>R GENTLEMEN—GREAT BAR
* GAINS—We have just received Gentle
men's SHAWLS, Kid and Fur Gloves, and Gen
tlemen's Mutf'ers. Also, a few pieces ot ('loth
and Cassimere. all of which we are selling at
great bargains. MEYEN BERG, BRO. Ac CO.
nov 6 Sarepta Hall.
£ / x PIECES CARPETINGS, in Cotton, Bag,
# )\ * Hemp, Super Ingrain, 3 ply, and Veui
tian; also, 20 pieces .Floor Oil Cloth, 12-4 and
16 I Druggett. far sale low, bv
nov 11 TAYLOR Ac'HUTCHISON.
1>RY AN, ADAMS At CO.,have received con
) siderable additions to their stock, and in
vite theattention of dealers generally, to their
assortment o! FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
nov io
/ 1 ENTLE.M EN"S S H A W LS—BRYJIX,
\ JDJMS ».y ('()., have received another
lot ot those very desirable MAUD SHAWLS,
which they are selling at low prices, nov 11
HATS CAPS, BONNETS, dec.
Tyro. 79-PHENIX HALL, HAT AND
i> CAP ESTABLISHMENT— JOHN JR
HOLlJ having removed to his new store in the
above building, would solicit a call from the
public to examine his selection of the most p-r
fect articles of the London. Paris, and New
York Fall stjles, composing the greatest variety
o*' HATS and CAPS ever offered in this mar
ket— remember also that this stoek being direct
fiom the manufactories can be sold as cheap as
in any retail establishment North. Attention is
particularly invited to ARNOLD'S NhY\
STYLE OF PATENT MOLESKIN ELASTIC
HATS, which comprise every variety <>f tex
ture and elegance, and have only to be seen to
be appreciated.
In regard fo the head gear for young men. a
SLOUCH HAT is offered, which cannot be sur
passed, and a sight ol is sure conviction.
The most beautiful assortment of CHIL
DREN’S AND INFANT’S FANCY HATS and
('APS. But the greatest curiosity' is the re
markable cheapness of all articles sold by
oct 6—tf JOHN ARNOLD.
I TALL STYLES—HATS, BONNETS. RIB
^ BONS, ^c—J T. EVJ11\S has just re
ceived and opened, a splendid assortment ol
GOODS in the above line, embracing BONNETS
ol the finest labrics and of the latest Parisian
styles. He has also a splendid stock of RIB
BONS, RUCHES, ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS,
and indeed every thing pertaining to his busi
ness, which he offers on the very best terms. A
fine assortment of gentleman's SOFT HATS
always on hand. He solicts a call at the old
stand, w here he is prepared to sell Wholesolc
and Retail. [oct 1] No. 80 King street.
JOHN T. EVANS has just received and open
ed this day, from New York, a large assort
ment of LADIES' FURS, which will be sold
low to suit the times. Call and examine,
oct 9Q
FANCY ARTICLES, Ac.
"1 TARIETIES.—Port Monaie . Purses, Trav
Y eling Bags. Caid Cases, Work Boxes,
Writing Desks, Port Folios, Hair Brushes.
Combs. Dominoes, Che*» Men. Backgammon
Boards. Ac., just received, and lor sale at redu- !
ced prices, foi cash. C. (. BERRY,
nov 12 No. 72 King street.
1)RUSHES.—Hair. Cloth Shoe, Hat, Teeth,
y Nail, Comb, and Dusting Brushes, received,
and for sale cheap, at •
H. B. WHITTINGTON’S,82 King-st.
nov 'J __ _
mRlMMlNGS, FRINGES, VELVETS, RIB
* BONS. Ac., another supply, just received,
and for sale low, by C. C. BERRY,
nov 7
LOTTERY AOVERTIILMEaTS.
SPLENDID SCHEMES,
To be drown ot Wilmington^. Delowore*
IN NOVEMBER, 1857.
To be drawn under the Superintendence of Commis
sioner* appointed by the Governor.
GREGORY * MAURY, Manager*.
C7,ooo DOLLARS!
LOTTERY for the benefit ot the State ot Del
awaie. Class 259. tor 1857, to be drawn at
Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, Auvember 21*/,
1857.
75 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots.
RICH SCHEME.
1 prize of $37,000 t prize of $2,002
1 do 18 000 20 prizes of 1,000
1 do 10,000 20 do 500
1 do 7.500 40 do 300
1 do 5,000 199 do 2<X)
1 do 4,000 Ate., Ate., Arc.
Tickets $10; halves $5; quarters $2.50.
Certilicatesof packag’s25 whole tickets $140 00
do do 25 half do 70 00
do do 25 quar’s do 35 00
65.000 DOLLARS!
LOTTERY tor the benefit of the Stateof Del
aware. (’lass D, for 1857, to be drawn at
Wilmington. Del., on Saturday, Aovember 28III,
1857.
78 number Lottery—14 drawn ballots.
BRILLIANT SCHEME.
1 gr’d prize $65,000 5 prizes of 4.000
1 prize of 30,000 5 do of 2,5o0
1 do of 20,000 10 do of 1,000
1 do of 15,000 100 do of 1,000
1 do of 7,780 239 do of 400
Ate., Ate., Ate.
Tick’s $20; h!fs. $10;quarters $5; eighths $2.50.
Certificates ot packag’s. 26 u le tickets, $260 00
Do do 26 half do 130 00
Do do 26 quar. do 65 00
Do do 26 eigh. do 32 50
I3P0RDERS for Tickets and Shares and Cer
tificates of Packages in the above Splendid Lot
teries, will receive the most prompt attention,
_i__* _l _k__
oiiu an auuuiii ui ra* u uiuwing ^ m uv oluv
immediately after it is ove** to all w ho order
from me. Address, I'. J. BUCKEY, Agent,
oct 26—lm Wilmington, Delaware
SWAN At CO.’S LOTTERIES!—NE W AND
BRILLIANT SCHEME!!—Capital Prize J
$60,000!!!—The lol lowing Scheme will be drawn
by S. SWAN & CO., Managers of the Fort
Gaines Academy Lottery, in each of their Lot
teries tor November, 1857, at Augusta. Georgia,
to which city they have removed their princi- j
pal Office
Class 63. to he drawn in the city of Augusta,
Ga., in public, on Saturday, Novembery\st 1857.
Class 64. to be drawn in the city of Augusta,
Ga., in public, on Saturday. November ‘28th, 1857. j
On the Plan or Sinolk Numbers.
5.490 Prizes!—Nearly one Prize to every 9 Tuluti!
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME!
TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER.
1 Prize of $6*0.000 5 Prizes of $900 I
1 “ 2 5,(X)0 5 “ 800 j
1 “ 10,000 5 “ 700 !
I “ 7,000 5 “ 600 |
1 “ 5,000 50 “ 500 j
1 “ 3,500 50 “ 400 i
I “ 1.500 100 “ 150 j
5 “ 1,000 230 “ 100 i
Approximation Prizes.
4 Prizes ol $400 ap’g to $60,<XH) are $1,600
4 Prizes of 300 ap'g to 25,000 are 1,200 ‘
4 Prizes of 200 ap’g to 10,000 are 800 j
4 Prizes of 125 ap'g to 7,0<X) are 500
4 Prizes of OX) ap'g to 5,000 are 4(X)
4 Prizes of 75 ap’g to 3,500 are 300
4 Prize- of 50 ap'g to 1,500 are 200
5,1)00 Prizes of 20 are 100,(XX)
5,490 Prizes amounting to.$320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2.50?
Plan ok the Lottery.
The Numbers from 1 to 5o,000, corresponding
w ith those Numbers on the Tickets printed on j
separate slips ol pajier, are encircled with small i
tin tubes, and placed in one wheel.
The first 46*2 Prizes, similarly printed and en
circled, are placed in another wheel.
The wheels are then revolved, and a number
is drawn Irom the wheel of Numbers, end at the
same time a Prize is drawn from the other
w heel. The Number and Prize draw n out are
oj»ened and exhibited to the audience, and regis
tered by the Commissioners, the Prize being
placed against the number drawn. This opera
tion is repeated until all the Prizes are draw u out.
Approximation Prizes—The two preceding
and the two succeeding Numbers to thosedraw
ing the first 7 P-izes, will be entitled to the 28
Approximation Prizes.
For example: if Ticket No. 11250 draws the
$60,000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 11248.
11249,* 11251, 11*252, will each be entitled to
$foi). If Ticket No. 550 draws the $z5,000
Prize, fhose Tickets numbered 548, 549, 551,
052, will each be entitled to $300, and soon ac
cording lo the above scheme.
The 5,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined ,
by the last figure of the Number that draw's the j
#60.000 nrize. For example, if the Number 1
draw ing the $C0.OU0 Prize eids with No. 1, then !
all the Tickets where the number ends in 1 will
be entitled to $20. li the Number ends w ith No. j
2, then all the 'Pickets where the Number ends j
it. 2 will beentitled to $21, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the 1
following rates, which is the risk:
Certificates of Packages, 10 wle. tickets, $S0 00 :
I>o do do 10 halt do 40 00
Do do do 10 quarter do 20 00
Do do do lOeighth do 1000
IBf OR DISK I NO TICKKTH OR CKRTIKICATE8
Enclose the money to our address for the
Tickets ordered, on receipt el which they will
be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any
Jigure they may designate.
The list of diawn Numbers and Prizes will be
sentto purchasersimmediately after thedrawing.
iy Purchasers will please write their signa
tures plain, and give their Post Office, County,
and State.
tCT"’ Remember that every prize is drawn, and
payable in full without deduction.
BT All prizes of and under, paid im- i
mediately after the draw ing—other prizes at the
usual time ot thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address oiders for tickets or certificates to
S. SWAN fc CO., Augusta. Ga. I
Persons residing near Montgomery. Ala , j
or Atlanta, Ga , can have their oiders filled, and
save time, by addressing S. SWAN Ac CO., at
either of those cities.
BP* A list of the numbers that are drawn
from the wheel, with the amount of the prize j
that each one is entitled to, will be published I
alter every drawing, in the following papers:— |
New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register,Charleston i
Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligen- j
eer, New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah
Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, and Pauld
ing (Miss ) Clarion oct 26—dtd j
\ VALUABLE Land IN ALEXANDRIA 1
COUNTY, FOR SALE.—The undersign
ed having 300 acres of Land in his farm, will •
dispose of from KH‘ to 200 acres, i.i lots to suit ;
purchasers. Said Land is situated 3 miles from
the Long Bridge, on the Columbia Turnpike, 1
and about the same distance from Alexaadria j
and Georgetown. Those wishing to purchase |
Land, near the three cities, will do well to call i
on the subscriber, as 1 deem it unnecessary to !
describe the Land or neighborhood, as it is pre- i
sumed that those wishing to purchase will ex-1
amine the property before purchasing.
S. B. CORBETT.
Washington, sep 17—Qawtf
LBS. good and damaged Sole Leath
*r, on hand and for sale by
KNOX k BROTHER.
ItllSCKLLAKEOrS EEADIXU.
THE WAY TO BE HAPPY.
A story is told of two travellers in Lapland
which throws more light on the nrt of heir g
happy than a whole volume of proverl s ai.*l
aphorisms. Upon a very cold day in winter
they were driving along in a sledge wiaj p< d
in furs from head to foot. Even their face*
were closely covered, and you could hardly #
see any thing but their eye-brows, and tl,*->f
were white and glistening with frost. At
length they saw a poor man bad sunken down
benumbed and frozen in the snow. “We
must stop and help him,” said one of the
travellers. “Stop and help him!" replied the
other, “you will never think of stopping on
such a day as this! Wfe are half frozen ou*
selves and ought to be at our journey s er d
as soon ah possible." “But I cannot leave
this man to perish," rejoined the more hu
mane traveller; “I must goto his relief,” an 1
he stopped bis sledge. “Come said he, come
and help me to raise him." “Not I.” replied
the other: “I have too much regard f r my
own life to expose myself to this freezing at
mosphere more than is necessary. 1 will
sit here and keep myself as wurm as I can
till you come back." So saying be resolute
ly kept bis seat, while bis companion hasten
edto relieve the perishing man whom they 1 a i
so providentially discovered. The ordinary
means were used for restoring consciousness
but the traveller was so intent upon saving
the life of a tellow-creature that he forgot his
owo exposure; and what were the conse
quence*? Why, the very efforts which h*
made to warm that stranger warmed himself. *
He had the sweet consciousness of doing a
benevolent Act, and healso found h imsell glow
ing from head to foot by reason of the exer
tions which he had made. And how was if
with his companion who was so much afraid
of exposing himself? He was almost ready
to freeze, notwithstanding the efforts he had
been making to keep warm! The I s*.*n
to be derived from this little incident is ob
vious.— X. I”. Obserttr.
A SINGULAR REIVG.
Upon the bank of the Alleghany river, roar
the “Red House creek," saye the Albany
Journal, is a shanty, about eight or ten feet
square, with a fireplace and chimney ol stone
and finished and furnished in an equally
cheap and primitive style. Its only occupant
is a roan just past the prime of life, whoso
sole occupation is the rearing and care of a
large number of swarms of bees, which gives
him the sobriquet of the “Bee Hermit.” It
is the only name he is known by. He has
lived there for four years past. Where he
came from, and what ishisnarne, isunkn< wn
to all. His range of beee is several rod* in
length, closely fitted with two ranges of hives,
and each hive supplied with a small straw
cap, similar to the old fashioned straw hive,
in which he secures the surplus honey. His
only companions and associates arc a number
of dogs, of w’uuui he appears to be extreme's*
food, llis only labor is the care of his bees,
and bis household duties, which are txce l
ingly simple and trifling. His salce are lint*
ited to the honey found in the caps, and siieli
chance purchasers os please to call upon
him.
Li?1- NEURALGIA —A gentleman living it:
Philadelphia, says: “In passing through Pin*
burgh, some moiths since, I purchased a bottle
of BtERHAYE’S HOLLAND BITTERS I
relieved me so much, that on re’urnirg hon e 1
bought two more bottles from Dr. Dyoit, which
completely cured me of Neuralgia. I haw :«•
commended the article to many oi my liieuds.
and four or five of the number say it cured them
I think that my recommendation has done nm: *
for its sale in Philadelphia than your advertis
ing.” (We are not permitted to publish the
name, but any person calling at the store, or
communicating with us by letter, will be con
vinced of the truth of this statement )
Cal’ti‘»n!— Be caieful to ask lor B(EUHA YE S
HOLLAND BITTERS Sold at $1 pci bottle
or 6 bottles for #5, by the sole proprietors
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. K CO.
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania
Sold in Alexandria, by PEEL At STEVEYS.
Wholesale Agents; WM. A. HART, J. R.
PIRRPOINT, and by Druggists general!v.
throughout the United States, nov C>—colu
tF* FONTAINE’S CREAM OF WILD
FLOWERS.—A tew* applications ol this popu
lar Toilet preparation will render the feeds
white as alabaster, beautify the roughest 4 m,
removing all tan, heckles, pimples, and irnpn
lections, imparting to the complexion bloom,
clearness, delicacy and beauty, and a fragrance
which dispenses with all perfumes or extract*.
I.ailies not in me naim oi using i>oap upon me
lace, cannot do without it alter a single trial
For Washing Infants and ('hildi^kn—Moth
ers and nurses find it a complete substitute for
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 of the
Toilet. Sold by all druggists and fancy dea.'ej
Price 50 cents. F. G. FONTAINE A <’(>.,
Manufacturers and Proprietors, 305, Broadway.
New York,je 27—tf _
IlNYTTE CITIZENS and strangers to call
at my manufactory, No. 141, King street,
between Washington and St. Asaph streets, and
examine my large and handsome assortment of
SADDLERY GOODS, as I do not intend to be
surpassed in my line of business, by any other
city. I have on band, and am daily manufar.
turing as line and superior an assortment, as
can be round in any of the Northern cities.
My stock comprises as great a variety as can
be found in any other house, consisting ot HAR
NESS, of all kinds, from the fine quill woik
down to the dray, cart, and plow’ Harness—
TRUNKS, of every kind, fine SOLE LEATH
ER, Steel Spring Iron frame Ladies TRUNKS
AND BONNET BOXES, and all other kinds
down to the common packing Trunks: SAD
DLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS,
Ac., as fine as the finest; Buffalo and fancy
ROBES, DRIVING GLOVES, HORSE COV
ERS, CARPET BAGS, VALICKS, Ac., Ac., ot
all kinds. Call aud see for yourselves.
Thankful lor the very liberal patronage here
tofore extended, solicit a continuance of the
same, and I pledge myself to spare no pains to
give satisfaction. All GOODS warranted to be
as represented.
oct 31-tf WILLIAM F. PADGETT.
fro DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE
1 OWNERS.—All persona indebted to the
Corporation for real estate, whieh has been re
turned delinquent, are hereby notified that im
mediate pajment of the same is required —
Their failure to discharge such indebtedness be
fore the 10th day of December next, will subject
the parties to a sale of the delinquent property
and at endant costs.
These bills will be fouod in the hands of the
Collectors. G. A. TAVENNER
oct 16—JtlOthDec Clerk Com. Council.
CITY HOTEL, Albxahdria, Va —This
bouse so well and favorably known, is ik w
in charge of the undersigned, who will be hap
py to see and wait on their friends.
SAMUEL HEFLEBOWER, Proprietor,
oct 24—3m J. J. ROBERTS, Supt,

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