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VOL. LVIIL WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 18, 1857. _NO. 274.
a m. t.axeite A Vtrglala AdT«r(litr» * " published daily »t gUGAK 8HOWDlH» t lull Dollars per aimum, payable half yearly. Gazette * Virginia MvtrHitr. (for the country) 19 PUBLISHED, BAGULAALY, OH TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS, Dollars per annum, payable in advance. ^ Advirtisivu.—Advertisement! not exceeding 1*** , H|r» marled thr** time* for one dollar. Adver ja# ^otiaued after three times, for 60 cents a pn iuc* insertion inhide, or 25 cents outside.— *'la‘r'*n %r* ,-oODted as a square. ^‘ r. n^ats bv the vear, at prices te be agreed npon, (ftCe to the usual amount of space they may °*r0^T Irer'idor by the year not to advertise articles ?,r<,rtl*lu le i m their regular business, :nor to insert in • *Jv 'tisements any other names than their own. . „°.nl • mitt set Notices, exceeding Eve line*, •jJ}£ >ur<»l f.r » vlT.rtl-wm«nt«, _____ ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE JOB PRINTING OFriOB. hiVING just added largely TOOUR HA“ ...nllT.IAT or - __ JOB TYPE, Viv r.dnt STSy.T TAJlISTT.w. prepared t.»M<e«*ute orders for the following, with NEATNESS and despatch. p* vlPIILETS BILL HEADS, SCHOOL REPORTS, r ?i i»R4 RAIL HOAD RECEIPTS, CIKtlLAR-. APOTHECARIES LABELS, *)' . * , \t)IN'(l, BUSINESS CARDS, HANDBILLS, £H>\I>s VISITING CARDS, AND KVK«V »K« KIPTION OK PRINTING. ave*1*" _ t.rmi. as at anv 0RANGE and ALEXANDRIA RAIL ROAD, j | __1 ’GKEATSOTTfiAT?.V MAIL LINE. Twice daily, (Sunday nights excepted,) be tween Washington and t'“ 'orTM» via Alkxak DRU. G»>ai)ON8VILLK, ft . ;Ol UMoND. Leaves Alexandria at 7$ o clock, A. i*I. - Alexandria at si o'clock, P. M. Kos LyNCUBI RO AND TUK SOUTH W*ST. Leave Alexandria at 7$ o'clock, A. M., ar- ) jive in Lischui kl next morning at 4, A. M., ! cennectin- with the trains on the Virginia aiul Tennessee Railroad tor Memphis. Mail Stages 1 from Charlottesville to Lynchburg a distance o♦ ^m^9- <A Fare from Alexandria to Lynchburg, $7,50. ,e 13—tt _. MANASSAS GAP RAIL ROAD. | Xmmm: i I >1 IMT 1 PASSENGERS tor this Road will leave the Alexandria Station, in the Orange Train i it 7 15. A. M , daily fSundavs expected.) I* EDW. GREEN,Trea urer. lift;. KALI, and WINTER ARRANGEMENTS. 1957. ADAMS* EXPRESS COMPANY INVITE the attention of the public to the facilities afforded by this C empi ny, tor the quick and sate conveyance ot Specie, Bark Notes, valuable packages, heavy and bulky freight, fee. EXPRESSES for the East, to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford, fee., leave our office daily, at 2, P. M. EXPRESSES for the South, to Richmond, Fredericksburg. Petersburg. Lynchburg, and for points in North Carolina. Sourh Carolina, Geor Alabama, and Tennessee, Icaye daily at 2. P M. . , Our EXPRESSES are always accompanied bv careful and trustworthy messengers, and the p ibiic can rely upon all business entrusted to us b*iti4 done with safety, punctuality, and des patch. Ratks—On heavy freight from Baltimore, 37$ cents f 100 fts.; from Philadelphia, $1; from New York, $1.50. No packages of goods taken by weight, un less weighing over 200 lbs. teb 20—tf Rl W. FALLS, Agent. TEAS, LUit ORS AND TOBACCO. RIDGF.LY, HAMPTON fe CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN TF..K. LWORS. AND TOBACCO. ONLY, A:<K now receiving their FALL SLPPL\ or the above GOODS, comprising every article in their line, and by tar the largest &t(xk ever beiore offered in this market. They respectfully invite the attention of deal ers to an examination of their Stock, with the assurance that they can, and will, sell to them upon the most favorable terms, and as low as tne same description ot goods can be purchased in anv market further North. aug LIMBER YARDS._ a a j v a v Ai in FEET assorted White Pine OvUbvU" * 250,000 feet Spruce Joist and Scantling lOH.itA feet assorted Georgia Pine Timber Juoo-o “ South Carolina Flooring, Al exandria dressed 400.0UO Eastern Laths, just laid in, and for ulehv WATERS ZIMMERMAN fe CO. »ug C I UMBER, COAL, AND WOOD YARD!! j Cornu of l Hion and Queen streets, ftorth ^btre 1 am prepared to furnish every descrip tion of LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATHS, LIME, kf ALe.Oak and Pine Wood, Red and White Ash. and Cumberland COAL, which 1 am sell ing low tor cash,or on reasonable termatogood customers [«*ug ^—ttj U. W. BARKER. i vi vi v NO. 1 and NO. 2 CYPRUS • UUU SHINGLES, just received P*r Scars Summertield and Holly, and tor sale •'prices to suit the times, by «ov :t WATERS. ZIMMERMAN k CO. THE SECRET INFIRMITIES OF YOUTH AND M ATURIT\.just published. Gratis. ^ [thousand—A few words on the rational >*trreh». without Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Local Weakness, Genital and Nervous Debili ty- Premature Decay ot the System, Impotency, ••fllrrpediments to Marriage generally, by B DE LANEY, M D. fbe important fact that the many alarming complaint*, originating in the imprudence and •oii’udeot youth, may be easily removed with out Medicine, is in this *mall tract, clearly de monstrated, and the entirely new and highly wccetsiul treatment, as adopted by the Author, lu'ty explained, by means o**" which every one is enabled to cure himself r . .rctly and at the least posw^e cost, thereby avoiding ail the advertised ®o«trum$ of the day. ^nt to any address, gratis and post tree in a ^• '‘denvelope, bv remitting two postage stamps to Dr. DE LANKY, 17 Lispenard Street, N. Y -N«w York. oct 19—d t y _ Kerosene oils, oisullid fkom coal, i>or kxpLosut)—Senucd by Lttters Pa different grades of these celebrated •i>- •uitable for Machinery of all kinds, Biu Blc!* ind Family use. can be had of the under- j Jy*1- *l*o of the Wholesale Oil Dealers and L,ru«gists in the city of New York, and of tho •othonred Local Agent of the Company in &*'*■ AUSTENS, General Agents, Kerosene Oil Company, No. 50 Beaver st., N. Y. J^Local Agencies granted on application as * v*- Order* should specify the description of •mpor machinery «or which the Oil is wanted. __ | \l W \ tons BRIGHT DRY SHUCKS MV" I WANTED, lor which a fair price wil *‘v™ FITZPATRICK > BURNS, Manufacturers of the best curled Hair, Cot* »oi SHUCK M ATTR ESSESk also, Spring Opting Lounges, Cotton bats, kc. •sp tf _BUSINESS CARDS. JOHN II. PARROTT, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, ALSO, sole Agent in this place, and this region of Virginia, for the sale of Wor cester's Celebrated PIANOS, and CARHAkT & j Needham's MELODEONS; keeps constantly on hand a well selected Stock of STATIONERY. ! Also, the largest Stock of MUSIC and MISI CAL INSTRUMENTS ever offered in this mar ket. [jy 3—tt] JOHN H. PARROTT_ FITZPATRICK & BURNS. FAIRY1KW COTTON WORKS, NEAR THE CANAL BASIN. ALEXANDRIA, VA. Manufacturers of Matresces Patent Spring, Hair, Cotton, Husk, and Moss; Cotton Warp, Cotton Twine, and Cotton Bats. J&F Any description and size made to order at short notice. \TJm An assortment of the above articles al ways op hand. ap 3—!f ALEXIS ML'PD, NKW Y<>RK. MUDD ft BeaUS,ST. LOUIS. J1 ID D A CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 134 Pearl Street, New Y’ork. Refer to Messrs. J. & J. Stuart Ac Co., New Y’ork; John A. Dougherty & Co , New Orleans; Woodruff* At Co., New Y ork; A. K. Phillips & Co., Fredericksburg, Y’a; Geo. T. Booker, esq., j Richmond. Y’a.; Wm. N. McVeigh, Alexandria. Y’a.; McVeigh & Chamberlain, Alexandria, Va.; Edgar Snowden, esq., Alexandria, Va. jan 7—<11 y JM. SIMMS, (Late of Alexandria, Y’a ) # PRODUCE and GENERAL COMMIS SION MERCHANT, BALTIMORE, MD.— ] Solicits consignments of Produce and Mer- j chandise generally. Also, orders for Groceries, Grain, Seeds, Guano, &c. Refhrknc’es: Messrs. McVeigh At Chamberlain, T R. H. Miller & Co , l Alex’*., Va Knox & Brother, j John A. English, esq., Fredericksburg, Y’a. Thomas YY’allace. esq., Petersburg, \ a. Baltimore, mb llJ—illy THOMAS S. JAMIESON, MACHINIST ami IRON FOUNDER, X3F Corner of Royal and Wilke streets,.^ IS PREPARED to execute orders for STA TIONARY STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, Mill Gearing, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Pumps, Fans, Slide and Hand Lathes, Drill Presses, Wrought or Cast Railing. Columns and j Girders, Gas or Water Pipe, and MACHINERY ot every description. Superior ( ASllNGSj made to order at short notice, and on reasonable terms. On hand,several STEAM ENGINES] eight horse power, and eight or ten LA 1 HES, toVhich the attention of those in want is re quested. rnh ly / i AS F I T 1 1 N G ESTABLISHMEN 1 — ! IjT WILLIAM COG AX, Pradical Gas-fitter. Fayette Alley. Alexandria, proposes to open a branch ot his establishment at Charlottesville. where, as here, he will attend to GA8-I* 111 ING in all its branches. Stores, Dwellings, ( hurches, j i Machine Shops and Public Buildings fitted up on the most approved plans, and at reasonable prices. He is aiso prepared to furnish .jteam j Pipe, Steam Guages, and Steam Cocks. Con- : tracts will be made for work,and fixtures ot any ! kind supplied at the lowest rates. OT All Work warranted. ap 28—ly JENKINS & UMBD1 N, AUMEJC-1 'J I'RERS OF SXSH. DOORS, SHI T IE IS. BLINDS, ami E FAMES, keep con stantly on hand a large assortment of the above named articles, and will sell them, (quality con sidered,) as cheap as they can be bought m the United States. All orders promptly attended to Circu lars ot sizes and prices furnished, on applica tion. Address JENKINS & LAMBD1N, cor. of l^neen and Fairfax-sts., Alex., ^ a. ap 21—eoly _ _ Ah. GREGORY. Xo. 1 IS, King street, cor . net of Pitt, Alexandria. manufacturer and dealer in TIN and SHEET IRON-WARE, STOVES,Ace. I would respectfully invite the public to call and examine my stock of STOV ES, GRATES, Ace. ROOFING, GUTTERING, and SPOll-i ING. promptly executed, and warranted tight.! Terms, cash, unless otherwise agreed on at time of sale, and no new account w ill be open ed until old ones are closed._ dec 8 tt J TACKY, PAPER-HANGER. L PHOL-I . STERER, GILDER, and HOUSE DE CORATOR IX GENERAL, whilst returning his grateful acknowledgements to his numerous ; friends for their very liberal encouragement du- j ring the two years he has been amongst them.’ assures them that it w ill be his continued eflort j to serve them with promptness, and at moderate charges, at his old stand, No. 142, north siwe ^ King street, Alexandria. mh 20 c j wise L K ttREESK j FINE GROUND PLASTER, 2240 pounds ' TO THE Ton, constantly ground and lor ! sale by WISE Ac GREENE, at the Franklin Steam Mills, Alexandria, Ya. Calcined Plas ter always on hand. _ j fP*Counting Room, Union street. No. — ~nd atArV avo r s (1 win's Commission Store. my 5—diy CC. BRADLEY, Cabinet, Cbair, and Sofa # Manufacturer, cornel oi King and Alfred j streets, Alexandria, Va., has constantly on hand, j and offers to the public, an excellent assortment of Cabinet Ware, Sofas,and ( hairs,o! every variety, and on the lowest terms, vv hicn, tor dura bility and finish, cannot be surpassed. mh 4—ly__ _ B. W. KINCHKLOE. JJ®*? ®IJH' T7 INCHELOE A BRUIN. G R O ( E hS IV and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 49 Union-Street. Alexandria, Virginia. Farmers may rely upon having then personal attention to all produce entrusted to them. ii 17-u ’X"”l A1AK1’ I'CrT rn A. BRF.W1S A CO.. WHOLESALE ANDRE- j I « TAIL GROCERS. PRODUCE, and GEN ERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Came- I ron st„ opposite the Market House. aug 23—ly ____ _ PH. HOOFF, Alexandria Va.. EZOTO, GRAIN Sr GROCERY MERCHANT, has removed to No. 58 South or Prince, and on Union street. Particular attention will be given to all consignments of Produce. Plaster, ; Salt, and Grocbries furnished at current rates. ; jy 2fi ISAAC PAUL. COMMISSION MERCHANT, j for the sale of Wheat, Flour. Corn, and all other Country Produce; for the purcuase of > Plaster. Guano, and other goods to be had in j Alexandria. Prompt and personal attention to : all orders. ET Corner King and Water streets, on the Railroad, Alexandria, Va. jy 22—ly George w. harrison, corner of Fayette Alley and Union street*, dealer in CROCK- 1 RIES, LIQUORS, and PROVISIONS generally, j fST All orders from the country promptly at tended to. and produce taken in exchange. t'eb 28—tt _ W ILLIAM H. MUIR. Manufacturer and dealer in all kinds of CABINET FI R NITURE, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, LOOK 1NG GLASSES. &c . turner of King and St Asaph streets. Alexandria. Va,_je 2 ly iMTcTwm ~ WILLIAM SNOWDEN XTEVETT & SNOWDEN, SHIPPIEG and J^l COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Rumvcy's ; Wharf. _ __fe 19 - t_ «0. •: HMT. mn «**”»*• *• *• ■COToa T| 1DGELY, HAMPTON k CO wholmal. Iv !...■ «»» ix TEAS. LIQUORS and TO- j BACCO, 35 Union Stuant. “f11 BUSINESS CARDS._ JOB G McVEIGH, ATTORNEY AT LA W. and GENERAL L^iND AGENT, St. Paul Minnesota Territory. References.—Sturges, Bennet At Co; R. H. Loury, Cashier Bank of Republic, New* York; Chubb Brothers, Washington, D. C; Brent Ac Kinzer; Wm. N. McVeigh, President ot Bank of Old Dominion, Alexandria, Va.; Wurts, Austie Ac McVeigh, Philadelphia, Pa.; Hopkins, Hull Ac Co ; Appleton At Co., Baltimore, Md.; R. H. Miller Ac Co., St. Louis. Mo.; Hon. J. W. Brockenbrough, Lexington, Va. jy 12—eoly WM. H. BARLEY. HARVEY 0. MILLS. If r 1LL1AM H. BARLEY Ac CO., succes \\ sors to J. T Creighton Ac Co., importers and dealers in HARDWARE, Cutlery, Bar Iron, Steel, Hollow-ware, Guns, Agricultural Imple ments, Ace , &c. Agents for the Old Dominion Nail Works. No. 90, corner of King and Royal streets, Al exandria, Va. CtT* Country Merchants are requested to call and examine our Stock. sep 7—tf C. BERRY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PEAL kk is Foreign and Domestic Notions, Fancy Goods, Ace., 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 J D. CORSE. W. 1). CORSE. BANKING. EXCHANGE, and COLLECTION OFFICE or COUSE B HOT HERS, No. 93, Exchange Block. TITE will make Collectionson all accessible W points in the United States, and hold pro- j ceeds subject to Check,or remit promptly to any designated point. We will deal in Exchange, Time Bills, Promis sory Notes, Uncurrenl Money. Coin. 6(C. Stocks and other Securities bought and sold on Commission, and Loans negotiated upon fa vorable terms. Interest allowed to Depositors.; A varied experience of many years in this business, enables us to oiler our services with confidence to the public. leb 19 tt CUIARL.ES HASKINS, Architect, Washing j ton, D. C„ will continue to furnish designs and plans, for every class of building, toget her ' with detail working, drawings, and specifica tions of materials and work; also, the draw ing of contracts for the same—and general snperinten- ( dence. Office, Penn, aw, between 10th and j 11th sts., Washington, D. C. feb 12—dtf CUTHBKRT POWELL W. LEVIN POWELL. ; (Lat* o*‘ Loudoun.) ; T'TOW ELL Ac CO., GENERAL COM MIS I SIOjS MEM MJIJy 1S. I'KALKHS IS » 1-' r.c\ TEAS. LIQUORS. SEGARS, &c ., corner King and Union stmts. Alexandria, J a. Strict personal attention given to the sale of all kinds of Country Produce. All orders filled with despatch. my 19—tf John s. knox. jr. Robert f. knox. KNOX & BROTHER, (Successors to 1). Hume k Co..) Grocers, Commission ami Forwarding MERCHANTS, No. 27 King-street, Alexandria, Va. rnh 11—tf __ JULIUS D1ENELT—DENTIST, Alexan dria, Va Office, 49 Royal street, below i Prince_Offers his professional services to those ' desiring them. Particular attention paid to the j insertion of Artificial Teeth. nov 5—ly DR. SCOTT B. SMITH, having located in Alexandria, offers his professional services to its citizens and the vicinity Office on Prince street one door east of the Post Office. _ sep 6m yit B. RICHARDS, Jr, No. 110, King \\ # street, Alexandria, Va., manufac turer ot Hooped Skirts, Bonnets, Elastic, Mo rocco, and other Belts, Head Dresses, kc. ,iy 16___i MELDRIDGE, GENERAL COMM1S m SION MERCHANT and SHIP BRO KER, also. Agent for the Boston, Alexandria, ! and Georgetow n regular line ot Packeis. Lnion Wharf, Alexandria. Va. nov 4—tf \TEW PAINT SHOP.—IT. J. HIGDON has removed his PAINT SHOP over Hill k Webster's Carpenter's Shop, an Prince street. next to the Farmers' Bank, where all orders will V>p faithfully Bttpnded to dpr 7 «KO. H.ROBINSON. THOMAS K. PAYNE. I> OBINSON k PAYNE,G rocers. Commission and Forwarding Merchants, Prince Street Wharf. Alexandria.Va. net S—tf Richard l. CARNE.Jr., dealer n for , E1GN and DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY. HOLLOW-WARE, $r., $c., Ao. K0, King street, corner of Fairfax. octl7—tf JP. CLARKE, dealer in Paper Hangings # Shades, and Fixtures, Curtain Hangings, and Venitian Blinds, King street, Alexandria, Va jy 14—H tt _ rpHOMAS PERRY. COMMISSION MER I CHANT, No. 3, Irwins Wharf. Alexan dria, Va my 2b—tf AtiKlCl'LTl'KAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac. t10 PART N ERSH l P.— T he undersigned have / this day formed a Copartnership under the him and style ot ADDISON, WALLAt E A CO., tor the purpose ot' conducting a general AGRICULTURAL, IMPLEMENT, SEED and MANURE business, at Addison A Howard's old , stand. No. 13 Union street. They will keep on j hand a full supply of Agricultural Implements, j held seed of all kinds and the phosphatic and , animal manures—and feel confident they will be able to furnish goods on as good terms as any other house in Alexandria. E. B ADDISON, Jr, H. SIDNEY WALLACE, oct20—tf JOHN ADDISON. BUSHELS FRESH ORCHARD! /I M I GRASS SEED, just received, and tor j by DRAYTON G. MEADE, j OCt 28 No 12 Fairfax street. riMMOTHY SEED—A lot oi prime TIMO I THY SEED, received, and tor‘ale by oct 27 ADDISON, WALLACE A COL STOVES, Ac._ Stoves t stoves • i stoves i 11—The subscriber is now receiving from the largest | Northern manufacturers, as complete an assort- j ment of Cooking and Parlor S10\ES as was j ever ottered in this community, among which j mav be found the Empire State Cooking Si 0\ E j which has been sold in this market tor the past ; five or six )e<trs, and is still without doubt the ( best Ctoking Stove in use. and 1 would call | particular attention to the McGregor Heater. j for Parlors, Ac., which is decidedly the most ; economical Stove ever msde; also, to Stanley s , Coal Burners and Radiators, together with all other patterns for either Wood or Coal, lr.clud- . in» Gas Burners, Feinour, plain Cylinder, Cast . and Sheet Iron Air Tights. Stove Fixtures, Stove | Pollish, Tin, Copper, and Sheet I ron W are, all ot which l am anxious to sell, and will se*l low. oct 7 A. L. GREGORY^ SPECIAL NOTICE to Country Merchants, is hereby givin, that they can get their or ers filled, and get better WARES than can be got a the North, and at the same price; so it you w ill take the trouble to call and examine my st°ck’ which is the largest in the place, the tact will be made manifest to all. mh2K ENOCH GRIMES. No. 14. Fairfax-st T^OR SALE OR LEASE.—A vacant LOT on J the west side of Union street, opposite tha Fish Wharf, 52 feet front by about 140 feet deep, with an alley in the rear 20 feet wide. Apply to f 1st mo 26] R. H. MILLER. BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac. MORE NEW BOOKS.—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,” &c., in two splendid quarto volumes, with origi nal steel engraved portraits of celebrated Horses, price $10. 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 * Travels.—Souveniers of Tra vel. by Madame Octavia Walton Le Vert, in two volumes. $2. Modern Reform Examined, or the Union of the North and South, on the subject of Slavery, by Joseph C. Stiles, •$!. Just published, and for sale by [nov 11] ROBERT BELL. C1HEAP BOOKS.—Minutes of the Annual j Conferences of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Irom 1773 to 1839, two volumes, octavo, price $2. History of the Methodist Hymn Book, 50c. Collyers 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 volumes, bound, cost in numbers, -$1S; price $10. For sale by [nov 4] ROBT. BELL. MORE NEW BOOKS.—The Greyson Letters, selections from the correspondence of R. E H. Greyson, esq., edited by Henry Rogers, author of “The Eclipse of Faith,” &c., price $1.25. Mustang Gray, a Romance, by the Hon. Jere miah Clemens, author ol “Bernard Lile, $1. Tucker s History of the United States, from the Colonization to the end ot 1841, now complete in four octavo volumes, price $2 per volume, just published and tor sale by nov 3 ROBT. BELL. Money hard to collect or bor- ! ROW—So says the Poet—The following 1 is set to music— “The times are so tight, lor 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, j Finding money hard to collector borrow. Such being the case, as can be proven, il ! doubted, 1 will just >ay to those who are so for- | tunate as to have any to spend,that unth it, great 1 * __ 1_ 1_1 « 1 Lit' • n /* rant f AT Udlgrtiiib can ur liny i * v-'- ■ ? any thing in my line, comprising a large stock of MUSIC, M USICA L INSTRUMENT S, BOOKS, STATIONERY, and a great variety; of other things, too many to name. I)0v 11 JOHN H. PARROTT. LATE PUBLICATIONS.—Quits, a Novel. by the Baroness Tautpheus. author ol “The Initials,” one vol., 12rno. cloth. $1 20. Tbe Life of John Fitch, the inventor of the' Steamboat, by Thompson Westcott, 12mo.; cloth, $1.20. Butler's Analogy of Religion, with an intro- i duction, notes, conspectus, and ample index, by Howard Malcolm, D. P., 12mo. cloth, 70c. Tom Brown's School Pays at Rugby, by an Old Boy, l2mo. cloth. $1. j The Cruise of the Midge, by the author of, “Tom Cringles Log.” octavo, paper covers, 75c. , Bella Trelawney, or Time Works Wonders, , by J. T. Smith, esq., 50c. The Attache, or Sam Slick in England, new ; revised edition, l2mo. cloth, 75c., paper covers, j 50 cts. Nature and Human Nature, by the author ol “Sam Shck,” cloth, 75c., paper, 50c. ; Wise Saws, or Sam Slick in search of a wife, j cloth, 75c , paper, 50c. For sale by JAMES ENTWISLE & SON, j sep 30 No. 95 King-street, j 11HF. GREAT MAGAZINE OF THE DAY j AT FRENCH S, First Number. The Atlantic Monthly, devoted to.Literature, Art, and Politics, published by Philips, Samp son A Co. ! The Diary of a Medical Student, by G. C. ( Warren, author of “Ten 1 housand a ^ ear, oOc. j The Wreck of the Golden May, by Pickens, ; 25 cts. Ballou's Magazine for December, 10c. New York Ledger, Leslie, Flag. Waverley, ; Pictorial, and all the new Books and Papers, nov 12_ _ UAllDWARK, CITLKRY, Ac. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—The under j signed upon the 1st day of September, hav- j ing formed a Copartnership, for the prosecution of the Hardware business, under the style ot WM. H. BARLEY & CO.,and purchased theen- j tire stock of the late firm of John T. Creighton i & Co., No. 90 King street, would respectfully ; ask the attention of dealers to their large and i well selected Stock ot Goods in their line, em- j bracing every thing that is usually found in a first class HARDWARE HOUSE. Large addi* i tions will be made in a few days. j WH. H. BAULKY. sep 7—tf HARVEY O. MILLS. Ci M. CASTLEMAN—Late of the firm ol j ^ English A Castleman, at the old stand, King street, corner Market Alley, wholesale and retail dealer in American and English Refined Bar and Sheet IRON, C ast, Shear, and Spring j Steel. I Elliptic Springs. Carriage and Cart Axles Blacksmith's Beilows. Anvils, Vices, Ac. j A general assortment of the above named ar ticles"'will be kept constantly on hand, together with otbei articles to tedious to mention. Merchants and consumers are respectful ly invited to call and examine my stock before purchasing. Orders will be promptly attended . to._ Je2 rilHK ALEXANDRIA BOOK BINDERY] I AND BIASK BOOK MANVFACTO- j RY No. 73 Phiscr street, opposite the Ga* ; zkttk Office. Alexandria, Virginia. The pro-. prietor of the above establishment returns his sincere thanks to his friends and patrons lor past favors, and respectfully informs them that he j has removed the BINDERY to the abo\e build- , ing, and having made considerable additions and improvements, and spared no expense in select- | ing new Stock, and with increased facilities tor ] doing work, he hopes by strict attention and ex perience, to give satisfaction to his patrons. He assures them that, in all cases, the most reason* j able scale of prices will be adopted. MUSIC • BOOKS bound in plain or elegant styles. Har- j PKR S and Graham b Magazines, Gode\ s Lady s . Book, and all the various Reviews and Periodi* 1 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. gy N. B. -Work from the Trade and Country 1 immediately attended to, and carefully packed without additional charge. nov c_tf GEORGE SIGGERS.^ MORE COAL—The Schooner J. W. WTool ston, has airived with 200 tons WHITE and RED ASH COAL, about half of which is for sale, at market price. nov7 W. A. DUNCAN VITOOL will be purchased at the highest \V market price, by MEYENBERG, BRO. & CO., jy 3i Sarepta Hall. | T~AND WARRANTS WANTED!—Highest 1 A market rates paid for Land Warrants and j jftvolutionary Scrip, by I * BURKE k HERBERT. 1 _DRY GOODS, *C._1 Targe dry-goods "establishment. j HAMILTON EASTER if CO, New! Marble Building. Numbers 199, 201 and 203 ( Baltimore street, Baltimore, have now in store j (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, Gloves Blankets Q iilts, Domestic Goods, and every article generally required by farmers and plan- j ters lor servants’ use. Retail Rooms on first floor—the price affixed 1 to each article, from which no deviation is made. ! Wholesale Rooms on the second and third floors. Baltimore, oct 10—3m C1 ENTLEMEN S GOODS.—We call atten-1 JT 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, &c., &c. Wei 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 ! satisfaction, [oct 29] ASHBY & WOOD, j 11URS! FURS!—We are receiving this day j ' our second supply of Ladies, Misses, and | Childrens Furs, such as Capes, Circulars, Victo ries, Muffs and Cuffs, of Fitch, Martin, Mink, and other desirable Furs, in setts or separate.— Also. Black Otter Gloves, Mitts, and Russia Mufflers. Theabove Furs were bought lor cash | in New York, at the present financial crisis, ' (especially in the Fur trade,) which will enable us to offer great inducements. ME YEN BERG, BRO. & CO., j nov 7 No. King street. Sarepta Hall, i NEW GOODS.—Just received, large addi- j tions to our former stock, -having been ' purchased at low figures, we are enabled to ! offer great inducements to our friends— Dress Goods, of various kinds Shawls, of every description Black Silks, lower than ever American, English, and French Prints, ! with many other desirable goods, right in sea- j ..... .••Ui/.U ira ftrtiir at irruat tiaroaiDa ('a I I - without delay. oct M BERKLEY A SHACKLETT.^ More new and cheap goods.— French Merinoes, plain and figured Do. Mouslines do do Persian Cloths and DeBages 100 pieces Fancy Prints Bleached and brown Cottons and Sheetings , Cloths anil Cas*irr.eres, Ca?sinets, Flan-! nels. Tickings, Blankets, Ac., with many other GOODS suited to the season, and at prices to | s\iit the times, [nov 14] WITMERS A CO. j MORE NEW GOODS.—We have just open* ( ed. in addition to our former stock, beau tiful Mouslins. DeBages’ French Plaids, Ging hams, Fancy Prints, Black and Fancy Cassi meres, Cassinetts, Plaid Linseys, Canton and Wool Flannels, sup. Bed Blankets, Blanket and long Shawls, all of which will be sold at very low prices. J. F. A L. A. LARKIN, nov 11 r A DIES AND GENTS, fleeced Silk Gloves; j do do. Shawls, in great variety; French Mouslins; Merinoes; Coburgs; Ducals; Plaid Silks; Calicoes; Blue Domestics; Linseys; Ging- ; hams; Flannels; bleached and brown Cottons; j French Work, in great variety, received, and j for sale low, by nov 11 TAYLOR A HUTCHISON. I BULLED CLOTHS AND LINSEYS.— j ^ An additional lot of 3-4, and 6-4 Fulled Cloths, ol best quality; also, Country and Peni- , tentiary Linseys, just received, and for sale low by [nov 161 WITMERS A CO. r a PIECES CARPETINGS, in Cotton. Rag, JDU Hemp, Super Ingrain, 3 ply, and Veni tian; also, Vf> pieces Floor Oil Cloth, 12-4 and 16 4 Druggett, for sale low, by %nov if TAYLOR A HUTCHISON, j BRYAN, ADAMS ACO.,have received con- ' siderable additions to their stock, and in-j vite the attention of <lealers generally, to their j assortment ol FALL AND WJN1 ER GOODS, j nov 10 __ ti ENTLEMEN s SHAW LS.—BRYAN, Jf JDJMS if CO., have received another lot of those very desirable MAUD SHAV\LS, which they are selling at low prices, nov 11 IIATS, CAPS, BOSKETS, Ac. TkT(>. 79—P H E N l X HALL, HAT AND j^j CAP ESTABLISHMENT— JOHN JR'j HOLD having removed to his new store in the ; above building, would solicit a call from the ; _1.1: _ 1. < f F.luotinn nf t’hmnct nor. i | J ll LM I V IV/ VAailllllV Hto ~ — I | feet articles of the London, Paris, and New j York Fall styles, composing the greatest variety o‘ HATS and CAPS ever offered in thi« mar- | ket—remember also that this stock being direct ; fiom the manufactories can be sold as cheap as in any retail establishment North. Attention is particularly invited to ARNOLD S NEW STYLE OF PATENT MOLESKIN ELASTIC HATS, which comprise every variety of tex ture and elegance, and have only to be seen to 1 be appreciated. In regard to the head gear for young men, a SLOUCH HAT is offered, which cannot be sur passed, and a sight of is sure conviction. The most beautiful assortment of CHIL DREN’S AND INFANTS FANCY HATS and CAPS. But the greatest curiosity is the re- j markable cheapness of all articles sold by oct 6—If JOHN ARNOLD. ALL STYLES—HATS, BONNETS, RIB * BONS, Kc—J T. EVJXS has just re- i eeived and opened, a splendid assortment ol ! GOODS in the above line, embracing BONNETS ; of the finest tabrics 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 be offers on the very best terms. A tine assortment ol gentlemans SOF1 HATS always on hand. He solicts a call at the old stand, w here he is prepared to sell W'holesole j and Retail. [oct 1] No. SO Kingstreet._ JOHN T. EVANS has just received and open- j ed this day. from New York, a large assort-; merit ol LADIES* FURS, which will be sold low to suit the times. Call and examine. oct ____ PANCY ARTICLES, Ac#_ TVARIETIES.—Port Monaie-, Purses, Trav V eling Bags, Card Cases, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Port Folios, Hair Brushes. Combs, Dominoes, Chess Men, Backgammon Boards &c., just received, a,H* “ > ced prices, for cash. C. C. IJRiui i, nov 12 No. *72 King-street, j BRUSHES—Hair. Cloth, Shoe, Hat, Teeth,' Nail, Comb, and Dusting Brushes, received, j and for sale cheap, at H. B. WHITTINGTON b,S2 King-st. nov 9_________ DRAFTS ON ST LOUIS — Parties wishing to remit to Missouri, Illinois, Iowa, Wis consin, or Kansas, din be supplied with drafts on St. Louis, which can be cashed m most parts of the interior of the States named above. 10 mo 3 R> MILLER. lottery advertisements. " SPLENDID SCHEMES, To be drawn at Wilmington, Delaware, IN NOVEMBER, 1857. To be drawn uitder the Superintendence of Commis sioners appointed by the Governor. GREGORY * MAURY, Managers* C7,000 DOLLARS! LOTTERY for the benefit of the State of Del aware, Class 259. for 1S57, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, November 21*/, 1857. 75 number Lottery—13 drawn ballots. RICH SCHEME. 1 prizemf $37,000 1 prize of $2,002 1 do 18 000 20 prizes of 1,000 1 do 10,000 20 do 500 l do 7,5u0 40 do 300 1 do 5,000 199 do 200 l do 4.000 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tickets $10; halves $5; quarters $2.50. Certificates of 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 for the benefit of the State of Del aware, Class U, for 1857, to be drawn at Wilmington, Del., on Saturday, November 2bth, 185*7. 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 2,500 1 do of 20.0U0 10 do of 1,500 1 do of 15,000 100 do of 1,000 1 do of 7,780 239 do ot 400 Ac., Ac., Ac. Tick's $20: h!fs. *10; quarters $5; eighths $2.50. Certificates of packag’s. 26 wle tickets, $260 00 Do do 26 half do 130 00 Do do 26 quar. do 65 00 Do do 26 eigh. do 32 50 iy ORDERS for Tickets and Shares and Cer tificates of Packages in the above Splendid Lot teries, will receive the most prompt attention, and an account of eaeb drawing w ill be sent immediately after it is over to all who order from me. Address, P. J. BCCKEY, Agent, oct 26—lm Wilmington. Delaware SWAN& CO.’S LOTTERIES!—NEW AND BRILLIANT SCHEME!!—Capital Prize $60,000!!!—The lollow’ing Scheme will be drawn by S. SWAN A CO., Managers of the Fort Gaines Academy Lottery, in each of their Lot teries for November, 1857, at Auuista, Georgia, to which city they have removed their princi pal Olfice. 1 i i • r a ▲ _ L lass o.r, to Dr drawn ui me cuy oi Augusta, Ga., in public, on Saturday, November 21 st 1857. Class 64, to be drawn in the city of Augusta. Ga., in public, on Saturday. November '28th, 1857. Ox the Plan of Single Numbers. 5.490 Prizes!—Nearly one Prrze to every 9 Tickets! MAGNIFICENT SCHEME! TO BE DRAWN EACH SATURDAY IN NOVEMBER. 1 Prize ot $60,000 5 Prizes of $900 1 “ 95,000 5 “ 800 1 “ 10,000 5 “ 700 1 “ 7,000 5 “ 600 1 “ 5,000 50 u 500 l “ 3,500 50 “ 400 1 “ 1,500 100 “ 150 5 “ 1,000 230 “ 100 Approximation Prizes. 4 Prizes of $400 ap'g to $6<i,000 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 4 Prizes of 125 ap'g to 7,0*10 are 500 4 Prizes of 100 ap'g to 5,000 are 4u0 4 Prizes of 75 ap'g to 3,500 are 300 4 Prize* of 60 ap'g to 1,500 are 200 5,000 Prizes of 20 are 100,0(XJ 5.490 Prizes amounting to.$320,000 Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2.50} Plan of the Lottery. The Numbers from 1 to 50,000, corresponding with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of paper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and placed in one wheel. The first 462 Prizes, similarly printed and en circled, are pli fi i l another wheel. The wheels are tnen revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize is drawn from the other j wheel. The Number and Prize drawn out an opened 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 n out. Approximation Prizes—The two preceding and the two succeeding Numbers to those (frawr 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, 11252, will each be entitled to $400. If Ticket No. 550 draws the $z 5.000 Prize, those Tickets numbered 548, 549, 551, 552, will each be entitled to $300, and so on ac cording to the above scheme. The 5,000 Prizes of $20 will be determined by the last figure of the Number that draws the $60,000 prize. For example, if the Number drawing the $60,000 Prize ei ds with No. 1, then all the Tickets where the number ends in 1 will be entitled to $20. il the ivumnerenas wnn i*o. j 2, then all the Tickets where the Number ends in 2 will be entitled to $2C,and so on to 0. Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following rates, which is the risk: Certificates of Packages, 10 w le. tickets. $80 00 Do do do 10 half do 40 00 Do do do 10 quarter do 20 00 Do do do 10 eighth do 1000 IJT ORDERIN'* TICKETS Oil CERTIFICATES Enclose the money to our address tor the Tickets ordered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending in any figure they may designate. The list of drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to purchasersimmediately after the drawing. |y Purchasers w ill please write their signa tures plain, and give their Post Office, County, and State. jQjf- Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable in full without deduction. All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid im mediately after the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confidential. Address orderi for tickets or certificates to j S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga. I ty Persons residing near Montgomery. Ala., i or Atlanta, Ga., can have their orders filled, and j save time, by addressing S. SWAN & CO., at either of those cities. |y A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is entitled to, will be published j after every drawing, in the following papers:— j New' Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, Charleston ! Standard, Nashville Gazette. Atlanta Intelligen- 1 cer, New Y'ork Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News, Richmond Dispatch, and Pauld- j ing (Miss ) Clarion. oct 2fl—dtd VALUABLE LANdTn ALEXANDRIA ! COUNTY, FOR SALE—The undmifn ed having 300 acres of Land in his farm, will dispose of from 10<‘ to 200 acres, i.i lots to suit purchasers. Said Land is situated 3 miles from the Long Bridge, on the Columbia Turnpike, and about the same distance from Alexandria and Georgetown. Those wishing to purchase Land, near the three cities, will do w’ell to call on the subscriber, as I deem it unnecessary to describe the Land or neighborhood, as it is pre sumed that those wishing to purchase will ex amine the property before purchasing. S. B. CORBETT. Washington, sep J7—2awtf_ f\AAA LBS. good and damaged Sole Leath 1)1 f If tf er, on hand and for sale by oct 2—3m KNOX k BROTHER. MISCELLANEOUS READING. THE CORPSES OF THE MEDICI. When Louis XV. in his childhood, asked his tutor if Kings ever die, we are told that "Quclquefois, Monsigoeur,” was the cau tious and courtly answer. Last month, however, the Florentines bad an opportuni ty of satisfying themselves of the undoubted fact. ^The whole dynasty of the Medici was disinterred. It was found that the wooden Coffins in the vaults of San Lorenzo wero mouldering away, so orders were given to have them replaced, and the whole family, from Giovanni delle Bande Nere. and his son the first Duke Cosmo, to John Gaston, tho lost of the* royal boose, all, about 00 in number, the seven sovereigns, with their wives, children, brothers—all, in short, that have ever been consigned to the tomb at San Lorenzo, with only two exceptions, were removed from the old, preparatory to being placed in new coffins. Of these cof fins, some twenty were opened for the first time. Eleanor of Toledo, the wife of Cosmo the First, and bis son and successor, Francis tbo First, the husband of the ill fated B.mi ca Capello, were as fresh as if they had only yesterday been placed in thorsepulehre, whero they have lain for more than 250 years. — Indeed, the wonderful preservation ot tho corpse of Francis seems to strengthen tho theory that be died from some strong ar senical poison. The work was performed, with the greatest care and decorum under the inspection of the Avvocato Regio,^ the chief government architect, and the Chev alier Passerni, a person of great antiquarian knowledge, attached to the grand ducal ar chives. Grand dukes and grand duchesses, princes and princesses, were all found iu the stato costume of thoir day—Giovanni delle Ban de Nero, the warlike progenitor of the race, with the mouldering skull in a hdmot; the sanguinary hot sagacious Cosmo, with bis dagger by his side—each with a medal bear ing an effigy of himself, all ticketed and labelled with the most mercantile precision; for these merchant princes, to the subtlety of politicians, joined the precision of red-tap ists, and carried their habit* of commercial regularitydown with them into the very grave. A strange thing it was to look on the actual features of tho meo who had filled Italy with their fame two and three centuries ago; ^ aL « mL a La J Aiianohol in liliKlii Ull bUv UUDIUU ffllW ■■ IJWVUVMV^ ■M " all that remained of Florentine and Sienese freedom, and bis descendants; on him who would ride upon a summer evening to Arcetri and chat with Galileo; on another who ex changed presents of montepulciano and alo with the Protector; on a third who had cor responded with St. John aod Walpole about the destiny of his own state. CT* FONTAINE’S CREAM OF WILD FLOWERS.—A few applications ot this popu lar Toilet preparation will render the teeth white as alabaster, beautify the roughest skin, removing all tan, freckle*, pimple*, and imper fections. imparting to the complexion bloom, clearness, delicacy and beauty, and a fragrance which dispenses with all perfumes or extracts. Ladies not in the habit of using Soap upon the face, cannot do without it after a single trial. For Washing Infants and Childkks—Moth ers and nurses find it a complete substitute for all spirit* or lotions, as a preventive 01 chafing, eruption* Ac. For Shaving—It creates a rich emollient lather, soltens the beard, and by gentlemen is considered one of the greatest luxunes oi the Toilet. Sold by all druggists and fancy dealers. Price 50 cents. F. G. FONTAINE A CO., Manufacturer* and Proprietor*, 305, Broadway. New' York,je W7— tf 1 TO DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE OWNERS.—All persons indebted to the Corporation for real estate, which has been re turned delinquent, are hereby notified that im mediate paj merit of the same i» 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 found in the hands of the Collectors. G. A. TAVENNER oct 16—dtlOthDec Clerk Com. Council. riTOBACCO AND SEGAR WAREHOUSE — I BAYNE tf STEWART, Ahxuudna. Yu. —Our stock of TOBACCO, SEG A RS, SN L FF, PIPES, Ac., is very large, and embraces the greatest variety ever offered in this market. Pound lumps, low priccdjdo. do. rine grades Do. do., extra quality; Loose Pressed People s Favorite; People’s Luxury; F.l Dorado Planter'sChoice; Esmeralda; Heart s Ease Fig Tobacco; Luxury of the People Hunter's £ lb., Barrow 's $ do ; Sweet Orange [ do Fillibuster $do.; People’s Favorite Jdo Apricott Tobacco; 5’s, 7’s. and 10 s to the pound, small twist, Ac ; Lynchburg and other Smoking Tnlll i n Kill* anil nanor^- a vortf I j r n.. stock of SEGARS, Foreign and Domestic; all kinds of SNUFF in kegs, bottles, papers, and bladders; Garrett s At Star’s brand, to which we invite the attention of the trade. sep VI IVY HILL CEMETERY CO.—This Compa ny having constructed a large and handsome brown stone RECEIVING VAULT, is now pre pared for the reception of bodies at the usual charges, but will receive, free of charge, for one month, any corpse that is to be deposited mtheir grounds, where a lot has not been previously pur chased. Those persons who have bi'tight lots, can have them graded and regulated to their lancy by Mr. Walter Harris, at a small expense, by appli cation at his residence on Prince street, between Henry and Fayette. Those having bodies to re-inter or to remove, or those wishing to purchase lots, by leaving their names with him, will be promptly w aited upon. __ Alexandria livery and sale STABLE.—Will be opened on Tuesday, September 1st, at the earner of Queen and Fair fax it reefs, one ujuare north of Neuion'i Hotel, the LIVERY STABLE recently erected b) the sub scriber, w here may be had at all times HORSES AND BUGGIES, RIDING HORSES. Arc., Ac. Tbe proprietor will also receive HORSES on sale, and at Livery. All Horses sold at my Stable will be sold as though they were my own, and prompt returns will be made. Com mission for the sale ot HORSES entrusted to my care moderate. My Stables are titted up iu tbe best style, and the business will receive my personal attention. Gentlemen in tbe country having Horses for sale or exchange, are referred to any of the merchants of Alexandria, jug —eotf_THOMAS COYLE, ^GROVER At BAKER’S CELEBARATED FAMILY IEWIHG MACHINE. THE&E MACHINES embrace twenty differ ent varieties, containing all the latest and most valuable improvements, and are unques tionably tbe best MACHINES in tbe market for family and plantation use, working from tbe 01 • dinary spools of Silk, Thread or Cotton w ithout any respooling, and finishing tbe work in the neatest and most durable manner. . These MACHINES can always be furnished to merchants or private famiies from GROVER & BAKER, Sewing Machine Company, 730 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, sep __ HORSE SHOES.-60 kegs assorted Horse uuf *4°"’brmkby WHEAT & BRO,