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' ,rKS oK PRODUCE IN ALEXANDRIA. VSSSSU), AMD WAUOMi, (TBITIADAT ) I*0 ..**25 0 0OU Flo l“«»a « 00 0 6 25 P° p ,|y 7 00 0 7 it) ^.hltf ' .1 10 0 1 30 ".1 05 0 l 18 ,'u*:;V 0 70 0 0 00 <*» r,mle.l V' .071 0 000 .0 70 0 0 00 bushel.U 75 0 0 SO toM >iiAL'* 0 33 0 0 00 | Oats.*.o 72 0 0 00 8 * * * s*Vp * (retail).5 50 0 6 00 i.w 2 50 0 2 75 Timotht . aa .. 1 U 0 0 00 hiindredj."I 25 0 1 50 0 4 25 . .1 50 0 l 75 S‘£ oluund Alum.".*..0 00 0 1 00 1 ‘ „ ft .0 20 0 0 25 *rR’ kin.0 15 0 0 20 D» urUli... ■ O 14 0 0 18 •*»«• hog round.- ^ ^ g Q w Ptfa,;'.;L«aV..*’.oi* 0 o is k” ‘ "...1 62 0 0 00 tt.n.Bssss .... • , 38 0 0 00 ..0 824 0 0 75 KLUl'R —fbe offerings on ’Change were u r w,,b sales of small lot* of Union street at “ 25 Kxtra and Family are dull at unchaug ^WHEAT is in limited request, with lair ol fcrmgs. Small “les wbit* 1100130c., | lr„|4t 21 Isc .according to quality. * ,.()KX — Tue receipts of Corn are very light. „,J the* offering* are small. Sale, of white ft gY y_The offerings on 'Change were lair, with sale* at .0*. . OATS-_No sales reported, and quotations unchanged. Jb* reoupUare light. j Tne M*rlA0l0. BxnTiaoai. Nov. IS.-* lour is steady; Howard street $5.25; City Mill* ** Wheat is firm, r«l ins'll feu, white 1230131c. Corn, old w hite _ . .-n...a. vi'/ilHc- white 5.r>0*JO; yellow 04. Whiskey is steady; City 44042Jc; Ohio 2^ W-< c. jinw York, Nov. 18 —Flour is drooping at a dedu* of f> cents on State, sales of 12,500 bblt.; Vate at $4.8»0$4.95; Ohio $5.4U0$5.85; Southern $-* 20015 50. W’heat has a declining eiulenc) sales are unimportant; Southern white 1300156c; Western white 1150123c.; do. red 1090115c Corn is firm; sales are uuimport i nt; mixed 81083c. Folk is heavy; men S Sl950U*$l9 "5. Beet is inactive. Lard is firm at 10013c Whiskey has advanced 4c; Ohio 24t. Stocks are lower. Cumberland Coal Co. II, Virginia 6’s 89, Boston, Nov. 17th.—No specie of consequence is yet engaged tor the Canada, and the proba bilities are that she will take only a small amount. . . The Great Falls Mills resume operations the present week. A large quantity of pork and dour arrived in this market to-day from the West, tor the pur pose ot liquidating deb s due eastern creditors. A portion of the flour was consigned to one ot the largest dry goods establishments in the city, and as there is ready sale tor it, it can be turned into cash immediately Several thousand bai rels more arc also en route from Chicago lor the same purpose. The money market is gradually growing easier, and funds tending toward the stock ex change, where operations continue to be on an extensive scale, chieriy for investment. Nmw York, November 17th.—A good feeling continues and money is abundant. There was unother heavy advance in stocks to-day, with Urge sales—the money sessions of the boards ! luting until half-past oue o'clock. The market uas greatly excited, and sales nearly all for cuh. Government stocks don't share in the improvement, the loan of 1868 having sold at III. Missouri 6$ rallied, seventy thousand sel ling at 77. Virginia’s closed at 90. One hundred and fifty banks of the State have announced their acceptance of the action ot the clearing house in regard to the redemption. The Baltimore American of yesterday says — uln financial affairs the leeeling continues to improve, lheie is now an abuudant supply of capital offering and prime paper cau be readily negotiated at comparatively easy rates. There is no difficulty in placing prime endorsed paper at 1 per cent., or prime single name do. at 1* per cent, per month. Money is offered very Ireely on prime collaterals at 8019 per cent. New York Exchange is selling to day at 303± per cent., and we quote Exchange on Boston at I 2024. and on Philadelphia at j topper ceut. premium.'' Coal Trade. We copy the following from the Cumberland Cmluu: Can 11 Tral»k—During last week 67 boats left this j»oit ladeu with 7,653 tons ot coal. Navigation continues good, and boats are pas sing to and Ho quite freely. Some little delay 11 occasioned to boatmen in procuring lading as i the companies have not orders tor as much coal, as to accommodate the present capacity of the canal Coal Shitmkntr—The shipments of coal from the George's Creek region for the week ending on Saturday, the 14th inst., are as fol low*: From the Franklin Mines 1,539 tons; from George's Creek Mines 1,798 tons tor the week, and 73.959 tons for the vear; from the Hampshire Mines 655 tons lor the week, and 47,975 ions lor the year. We have no report from the Cumberland Coal aud Iron Company, but understand about 4,<M) tons have been sent from that quarter, mostly to canal The Frost burg Company sent 695 tons; Borden Mining Company 1,922 tons; Alleghany Mining Com pany PfclladelpBla Cattle Market, Her. 18. The supply of Beef Cattle coming in at th« different yards continues iu advance ot the de stand, which is only to a moderate extent, ami prices still tend downwards; the receipts of th« week are about 1,150 held, the bulk of which were disposed of at prices paying from $7(d9 principally at 7$dSj the HO lbs. About 201 Cows aud Calves were at market, aud met with tlirn sales at $35(df50 lor fresh Cows, $ >5u*$35 lor Springers, and $20u?$30 for Dry Cows. Ot Hogs, the supply coining is not so large. Bid amount to about 2,500 head from Pennsyl varii and Ohio, they were mostly all sold at t0.5o.d7.50 the 100 lb*. bheep and Lambs continue dull, at prices from t?d|4 ch, according to condition, chiefly, $1. each. FISH —50 bbls No. 3 Mackerel 11 half bbls. No. 3, large, do 112 bbls. Rouud Herrings 200 « Cut do 65 u Gross do 2uu * Alewives 5 u Trout 7 boxes Hake 5 hail boxes Hake, daily expected, ami tor sale by [dov 11} FOWL*: k CO. SERVANT WANTED.—The advertise! O wishes to hire for the balance of the year * COOK, WASHER AM IRONER. To i JP°d and competent woman, good wages will j* paid. None but an honest and accomplished j n<i “wd apply. For information, apply al uw office ot the Alexandria Gazette, sov 13—dtf _ ESTRAY COW—Came to Mount Hebron about two weeks since, a red and whiti with horns, which the owner can haw 7 Proving property; paying coets and charges, nor 14—eo3t H. V. EDS ALL f IENTLEMEN’S SHAWLS; also, Ladies VJ Long and Square do. *°* IS BERKLEY & b. HACK LETT Caught Iu the Act. Yesterday afternoon a young man, of apparently about 30 years, stopped at the jewelry store of Mr. J. R. Wynn, at the corner of Baltimore street and McClelland alley, and asked to be shown some gold chains. Several were laid on the counter by the young man in attendance, and just i at that moment three females of genteel tip* 1 pearaoce entered. They at once spoke to j the young man, and with him looked at ! the chains, the eldest holding up one and ! asking if that would suit him. lie careless : ly remarked that it would, but seemed to hesitate about the price, cdG. The women i then left the store, and a minute after one j of the chains was toiled. The young mao i was charged wiib the the't, which he utterly denied, and consented that his person be searched, that his innocence be established, i He was then asked who were the females, ! when he denied all knowledge oh,.them, say 1 ing that he never saw either of them before, j Police officer Start was called, when the young mao became frightened, confessed that the women were his sisters, and that one of them had the chain. He gave the name : of John Henry, and the officer required him to go to assist in the search, which be reluc tantly consented to do. Alter leaviug the store the women separa ted, but on going down Baltimore street the officer found one of the women near Calvert street, took her by the hand and charged her with the theft, bbe indignantly denied the accusation, when the brother told tier to give up the chain. She was then conducted into a store near by, where she drew the stolen article from her stocking and delivered it to the son of the owner. The parties were then conducted to the middle district police sta tion, where, on the promise cf luture honest conduct, they were permitted to depart.— Such acts of lenity only serve to embolden thieves, while the law should take its proper course.—Balt. Sun._ Conflicting Decisions* The constitution of Virginia limits the term of the sheriffalty to two years. By an act of the Legislature, passed since the adoptiou of the constitution, the sheriffs then iu office were, for certain reasons stated in the act, allowed to hold over a tew months. The question has naturally arisen whether the act was not in contravention oi the consti ! _i 'N .nm nooks tdnee. IUIK/U lUVliiviv * -- % ' Judge Fulkerson of the Abingdon District in a case coming before him held that a torth coming bond taken by a sheriff during this supplemental service was a nullity. A simi lar case having arisen in the Augusta kourt, Judge Thompson give an opposite opinion. It is very important that tbe matter should be definitively determined, as iu every coun ty in tbe State tbe legality or illegality of a variety of acts done by the Sheriffs depends on it. The subject should be brought before the court of Appeals.—Itlersbuiy Express. Naval Courts of luqulry. Before Court No. I, yesterday, the case of ex Passed Midshipman West, whs closed. Before Court No. 2, tbe case of Lt. Dom inick Lynch, (furloughed,) was continued. Before Court No. 3, tbe ease of ex Cupt. Levy was considered. DIED. On the 16th instant, after a long illness of Consumption, JANE NOLAND, daughter of Theophilus Noland, of Alexandria, bhedied in i early years, and lore her sickness with great fortitude. She sleeps upon her Saviour's breast At Cumberland, (Md.) on Saturday night, j 14th instant, CAROLINE, daughter ot George | M. Kendall, and widow of the late Rev. S. W. | Price, aged about 22 years. Her disease was iu | darned sore throat, and her decease sudden and painful; but her Christian hope,entertained from earliest childhood was strong in death. The intelligence ot the unexpected and sud den death of ROBERT Y. CONRAD, Jr., on Saturday last, created general surprise and regret amongst our citizens. 1 he latal event occurred at the house ot his lather, Rohkui Y. Conhad, Esq., alter a very brief illness. Feeling unwell, at his father's farm, in the country, on Friday evening he came to town _on Saturday morning, his indisposition in creasing, a physician was called in but all effort to save hfm was unavailable. At an early hour in tbe atternoon, he breathed his last, deeply regretted by all who knew him. Yesterday morning his remains were conveyed to the Mt. Hebron Cemetery, accompanied by a large concourse of deeply sympathising friends. — IVimhesier Virg. ___ ALMANAC. _ 1857 |Sun Sun NOVEMBER rises, sets. Moon's Phases. 19 Thursday.. 17 9 4 5l| B- *• 20 Friday.7 10 4 r)0iFiistqr..24 12 32 m. •21 Saturday... 7 11 4 49 Fail. I 5 56m. 22 Sunday. 7 12 4 48 List qr. 8 1 39m. 23 Monday... 7 13 4 47 New.... 16 6 9m. 24 Tuesday.... 7 14 i 46( mull WAfER. 2f> Wednesday 7 14 4 46 NovV 19 8h. 30 r . LATK8T DATES. London.Nov. 0 | ll.ivrs....£ov- , Liverpool.Nov. 0 } NVw Orleans.Novell* MARINE LIST. _ PORT or ALEXANDRIA—NO\ K.MKKK IS. Arrived. Schr. Caroline, Hatton, Fredericksburg, wheat to Pioneer Mills. Sailed. Schr. Black Monster, Townsend, New York, coal by T. J. Meh«iffe>\ Memoranda. Schr. Sarah F Jones. Jones, from this port, arrived at !hevidence, lOth mst. % * it n _ L>.. m vv/vrt <Hnr aiiii i»- m«»v»«, i • cleared at Philadelphia. 16th inst. ■ |H/* To THR VoTKRS OF FaIHIIKR ( Ol'STY — Fellow ctiizsns:—1 am before \ou us a candi date for tl*e Commissioner ot the Revenue, for the North Eastern District and respect lull V ask your support. JAMES ROW ZEE. Fauquier, nov ID—-eotl gy To William E. Gaskins, Esq., Sir: A number of your triends (without any consulta tion with you upon the Mibj*»ct.) have taken this methv>d to name you lor the office ol Commisioti er of the Revenue tor the North Eastern district, in which you reside, and call upon your Iriends throughout the whole county to suppoit you lor said office at the approaching election UPPER FAUQUIER. Fauquier County, oct 24—eolin 117 K are now receiving the following El \\ QUUkS, which we offer lor sale low, viz : 25 bbU. Rectified Whiskey 15 4* Pure Old Monoiigahela 2** cases “Old W heat W hiskey 25 baskets Champagne W ine. Together with Wines, Brandies, Gin. Ac., ol all qualities. nov 16 FOR EEL A UO. JUST RECEIVED and for sale by ZF.PH ENGLISH, Buckwheat Flour, Dried and Green Apples, old and new Country Bacon, Timothy Seed, Firken Butter, Lard, and Onions; also, superior brands of Super and Family Flour. nov 16 JpfOAl* AFLOAT.—The schr. Saiau Lavinia I 1/ is expected daily, with 250 tons superior RED *ki> WHITE ASH COAL. which will be furnished to consumers at market rates—the quality'of the Coal cannot be excelled 2240 1 lbs. to the ton. J nov 17 NFVKTT A SNOWDEN^ I SCISSORS, Ac.—A good supply of Scissors, : of fine quality; also, Pocket Cutlery, Thimbles, Stilettoes, Key Rings, Steel Beads, Pins, Needles, with other notions, received at H. B. WHITTINGTON S, > nov j8 No 82 King street. ARPET CHAIN. ALL COLORS, just opened; also, YARN, by nov 18 BERKLEY A SHACKLE IT. Fine french worked collars and SLEEVES, at prime co>E nov lb BERKLEY A SHACKLE IT. By YenterdayiEvcnlngk’ii Alalia. Discovered.—Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 9.~ Considerable excitement has been created here recently by the kidnapping of several negroes belonging to our citizens. A gang of outlaws have been prowling around the vi cinity, stealing negroes and everything else they could place their hauds upon for some time past; but all efforts of the authorities to detect and arrest the offenders have been baffled. As many as three or four valuable slaves have beeu stolen from the same indi vidual, within the brief space of ten days. Yesterday, suspicion fastening upon a fellow name Whitcomb, he was arrested, and con fessed the whole affair, implicating some twelve or fifteen others, many of whom have always enjoyed a reputation for honesty aud fair dealing. At the last meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the White Sulphur Springs Company, lion. J. B. Morton, was elected President of the Company, in place of Mr. Giffoid. Mr. Edward Cunningham, of Powhatan county, was appointed as general superintendent of the affairs at the Springs. ini coaiaiojTcoi aicil, At a called meeting of the Common Council of Alexandria, held November 17th, 1557, there were present— Mr. J. H. McVeigh, President. Messrs Markell, McKenzie, F.ntwisle, Jamie son, Alexander, Howell, Smith, Dorsey, Creigh ton, ami Smoot. A communication was received from the Mayor, asking that a day be designated for thanksgiving and prayer, which was read, and thereupon, it was Resolved. That the Mayor be requested to issue hts proclamation, setting apart Thursday, 2tith instant, as a day ol Thanksgiving to Al mighty God, for the great benefits received at his hands during the past season, and more par ticularly lor the blessings of health, so richly enjoyed by tins community, for the past year; and that the citizens, so iar as lay in their pow er, be requested to abstain from all secular em ployment during the day, and repair to the vari ous places of worship, to make known their thanksgiving to the great Ruler of the world, as well as preserver of sepeiate communities. A petition lor a Pump, al the corner ol Co lumbus and First streets, was received -rum Chailes Graham and others, which was referred 10 the Committee on Streets. The Council then adjourned. G. A. TAVKNNER. C C IIBERTY HALL — a “ T H K A LKX A X 1)R 1A DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION,” Have the honor to announce, th it they will give an entertainment, assisted by Mrs. HELEN MUZZY, of Philadelphia, And Miss V. KINCAID, ok Baltimore, On (this) Thursday Kreuiuy, Xocember 19//f, On which occasion. Otway’s celebrated TRAGEDY ot “ VENICE PRESERVED,” Will be produced. Mrs. Hklks Muzzy.as.Belvidera. Alias Kincaid, will appear in a BEAUTIFUL DANCE. ET-Tic kkt6 2.r> cents. Gentlemen unaccom panied by Ladies, 37 ^ cents, to the Parquette. BOV 19—It _ ONE DOLLAR WILL BUY ONE OF THE j best Purgative and Liver Medicines now j before the public, namely : DR. SANFORD S i INVIGORATOR, OR 1.1VKR REMEDY, that j acts as a Cuthaitic, easier, milder, and more j etlectn.il than any other medicine known. It is j not only a Cathartic, but a Liver remedy, acting first ou the Liver to eject its morbid matter, then on the stomach and bowels to carry oti that matter, thus accomplishing two purposes effec tually, without any of the painful feelings ex perienced in the operations of most Cathartics. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it. and when taken daily in moderate | dose* will strengthen and build it up with unu sual rapidity. DR. SANFORD’S INVIGORATOR is com pounded entirely from new articles of medicine, namely. Gums. Some idea of the strength ot these gums may be formed w hen it is known that one bottle ot the Invigorator contains as much strength as one hundred doses of Calomel, without any of its deleterious effects. Though possessing rare medicinal powers, these Gun* have been but little knownto 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 family 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 iscured when the Liver is excited to action JAUNDICE is caused by an improper action of the Liver, and as a proof that the Invigoiator relieves this disease, let any one troubled with Jaundice take th* Invigorator regularly one week, and their sKin will begin to assume its ori I ginal color. I COSTIVENESS can be permanently cured by the Invigorator. Take it in small doses on re tiring, and it assists nature in her operations. By gradually diminishing the dose, the bowels are left in a healthy and active state, and work as regularly as clock work. SICK HEADACHE is very soon relieved by taking a double dose ot the Invigorator, which corrects all acidity and sournessol the stomach. For an over loaded stomach it has no equal, as it relieves all oppressive or uneasy feeling alter eating heartily. For a family medicine gene rally, all w ho use it speak in the highest terms. DR. SANFORD’S INVIGORATOR came to us recommended as a cure for Liver C omplaiuts, and all diseases arising Irom a Diseased Liver. '1 he testimonials of so many of our Physicians in its favor, induced us to try it, and now con * * _ . a A L ^ A I* At till! lit UVlfiikt VICllUU IS vet lain Iliui M IC» VHV v. ..... J,. blessings ever given to Dyspeptics, lor it made a complete cure before the first bottle was Taken and now we can eat anything edible without trouble, while before nothing but th< lightest food wouid digest, and oiten that gave pain. Now what we want to say to aii our readers is, il Liver Complaint or Dyspepsia trouble you, do not fail to try this the greatest remedy in the world.—State Fact. We take infinite pleasure in recommending this medicine as a preventive tor b ever and Am k. Chill Fever, and all Fkvers ol a Biliois Tyhc. It operates with certainty, and thousands aie w illing to testily to its wonderful virtues. There has never been tried in our family a remedy which has met with such unbounded success m the cure of diseases incident to ihil dren, as DR. SANFORD'S INV1GORATOR; nor is it alone tor diseases of children that wo use it; for it acts us a Cathartic so mildly and gently, and seems to renovate the system so thoroughly that we think we are doing a service to all in advising them, when they need medi cine. to try this remedy. 1 here are cases that have come under our notice w here great benefit has been received in diseases ol the Li\er, Stomach, and Bowels, where all other remedies failed to give relief, it has become so useful in •our family that we will not be without it.— Jacksonville. Jla. Republican. - We wish all w ub are sick and debilitated to try this remedy, and test it thoroughly, and any who are not benefitted by its use we should like to hear from, as we have yet to hear from the first person w ho has used a bottle ol liuigora toi without receiving benefit, for there are such astonishing medicinal virtues in it, that all, no matter how long they have been affected, il their complaint arises from a deranged Liver, will be benefitted, if not entirely cured. Price $1 per bottle. SANFORD & GO., Proprietors, 345 Broadway, New York. H. COOK. A CO., wholesale and retail Drug gists, are Agents for Alexandria. New York, je 1—d6m 1 TRIMMINGS, FRINGES. VELV ETS,RIB BONS, Ac., another supply, just received, and lor sale low, by C. C. BERRY, nov 7 _ _ ___ t CONCENTRATED LYE.just received.and / for sale by J. R. PlERrOINT,No. 172, nov 14 S. E. cor. of King and Wash sts. LOCAL IT K At S • -o - ■ .... Thanksgiving Day.—It wilt be seen by reference to the proceedings of the Common Council, in to-day’s Gazette, that the Mayor has been requested to set apart Thursday, the 2Gth inst., as a day of Thanksgiving. Mr. Prentice’s Lecture.—Mr. Prentice will deliver a lecture on 4*The Present As pects and Tendencies of American Politics,” at the Lyceum Ilall, on Monday evening next. Circuit Court—Yesterday.—Turner & Dowell, vs. The Fire Insurance Company of Alexandria, same, vs. the Potomac Insurance : Company. By arrangement between the counsel these cases are to be tried together to day. The Chancery docket was called over And the Court took the papers, in several cases, to cousider of decrees to be rendered. Firemen’s Lecture.—A lecture upon tho origin, progress, and present condition of the Friendship Fire Company, was delivered in that Company’s Hall, on Tuesday evening last by J. Muir. A large and attentive au dience was present, who tendered a vote of thanks to the lecturer, and requested a copy of his address for publication. Young Men’s Christian Association.— Delegations from the associations in Balti more and in Alexandria, visited the rooms of the Washington Young Men’s Christian As. sociation on Monday oveniog, for a social in terchange of ideas. Yesterday the visiting delegation were escorted by a committee of the Washington association to the various places of public interest in the metropolis.— j They wore badges, and were a tine-looking body of young men, attracting considerable j attention as they quietly passed through the | streets. The President of the United States gave them j n friendly reception in the East Room of the ' Executive mansion, where Mr. Langdon, in : • - t tr* 1 1 • r 1 J _ __ tlieir Denali, uiaue a urim nuurws, i of the high admiration which they entertain- j ed for the Chief Magistrate, both as a states- j man and in the walks of private life. The j President, in an appropriate reply, said that it was delightful to see young men thus as sociated in the g< od work of mutual improve ment, and that, thanking them for their visit, he wished them great success iu their good undertaking. After the gentlemen had been individually iutroduced, they retired, evi dently highly pleased with their visit.— Wash. Union. Homicide in Washington.—A young man named Eugene Lanahan died yesterday, at the Infirmary, from a pistol wound received on Monday night, about 10 o'clock, while walking aloug Pennsylvania aveuue, near Second street. He stated to .Justice Dunn that he met Geo. W. II nnk, of Maryland, at I Du bunt's restaurant, and that, Hook having expressed fears of being assaulted, he offer ed to escort him home. When near the res taurant of Jos. E. Birch [with whom Lana hao had a difficulty at the racc-courso not long since] some persoD struck Hook. Lan ahan turned.to see who had committed the assault, when Birch shot him. Birch and Hook were arrested, although the latter was released on his own security. Birch wa- brought before Justice Donn yes terday morning, but the justice stated the facts given in substance above, and refused to accept bail. The statement had been made reluctantly, be said, but positively.— LiDahan did not wish Birch prosecuted on account of his family, but asserted two or three times that it was Birch who had shot him.— Wash. Union. __ Transportation Office. M. G. R. R.. ) Alexandria Station, Nov. 13, lb07. $ ON AND AFTER the 1st day of December next, the system of collecting freights at Front Royal and Strasburg Stations, will be abolished, and the lreight on all tonnage from and north of Alexandria to these Stations will be required to he prepaid. The regulation which has been in operation for some time at Woodstock will be continued. By order ol the Board: WM. S FEWELL, nov M—(ltd Agent of Transportd'ion. Harper for November.—tm* is a brilliant number, and is the first number o! a new volume. It is a good time to subscribe. Subscribers whose subscriptions terminate with the November or December numbers, will please notily me if they wish the Magazine continued. All subsoiptions terminate with the time for which they are paid, unless notified to the contrary. Terms—$3 per annum; two copies, $5; five copies, $1U. Clergymen and Teachers supplied at $2. Postage, only 3 cts. per number. (nov 17] ROBERT BELL. Harpers new monthly maga zine FOR DECEMBER, containing Thackeray’s new story, ‘-The Virginians,” price 25 cts. This number commences a new vol ume. Subscriptions received, and single num bers sold by JAS. ENTWISLE A SON, nov 17 No. 95 King-street. Harper for December, at french s —Commencement or a New Volume — l\(>w IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE TO THE BEST MAG AZINE OF TllK day—This number contains the first chapters ol Thackeray s new story of the “Virginians,” illustrated; Mr Charles Reade s new story, entitled “Jack ol all 1 rade», lbe ‘‘Kim? Comiueied,* by J* ( . Abbott; “How One Woman Came to Many; * Oui Daughters, -Our Christmas at the Pines;" besides many oth er good things. Terms, $3 per year, or two copies tor $:>. delivered to subscribers in this city, or mailed to any part ot the country, nov 17—3t t». E. F RENCH. A CARD.—To the rilizcm cf lirgmitl — On eutering our new building, which we have just taken possession ol, we return our sin cere thanks to the people of Alexandria, Virgin ia, for their liberal patronage, and we in part, as a return, have erected a spacious building, which will he an ornament to the city, with a large and airy saloon, with all conveniences and comforts for our customers; and in the es tablishment are all the necessary arrangements for manuiacturing and encouraging ol industry, and by a strict attention tojustice and integrity, we hone to give sutistuction to all. 1 WALL, STEPHENS & CO., No 322 Penn, av., bet. 9th and 10th sts. Washington, nov 3—lm _ RUN no RISK in BUYING STOVES, \ at No. 15, Royal street, as i warrant all SiOVKS sold by me to give satisfaction.— COOKING-STOVES, put up on trial, and it they dp not prove to be whit 1 represent them, I take them back at my risk. This i am ena bled to do, from the iact that l have sdec ed my present stock with great care, for this market. Call and examine lor yoiuselves, as it will be to your interest to do s«, belore purchasing else? where JOS. STANSBURY, S*, Royal st. N. B. All JOB-WORK promptly attended to. nov —‘2m _ __ 1CHARDS'* OPENING OF WINTER BONNETS, 1857.—In consequence ot the inclemency of the weather yesterday, my open ing has been postponed uutil to morrow, Wed nesday, November ISth, at which time I shall have as handsome an assortment of BONN LI a, FLOWERS, and MILLINERY GOODS as can be found south of New York. WM. B. RICHARDS, Jr., nov 17 No. It0 King-street. RAGS.—Those ot my customers who w»hb to pay their accounts in RAGS, at the present hit'll pi ice, are rtsprctfully notified to send them on at once, as. after the first Ol Jaima .ry^the price wn. be B Y MA GNETIC TELEGRAPH. L*ater from Europe* ARRIVAL OF~THE NIAGARA. Halifax, No?. 18.—The R. M. steamship Niagara, Captaio Wickman, arrived here early this morning, with Eoglish dates of the 7th inat. The financial news is highly important. The Bank of England has raised the rate of discount to 0 per cent. Consols closed at 88} @88}. Cotton has considerably declined. Bread stuffs had a declining tendeocy, but were es sentially unchanged. Provisions continued dull. The Niagara brought about $500,000 in specie. There is nothing later from India. The advance in the Bank's rates caused no diminution of the demand for money, aod the pressure was excessive. Urgent calls for relief had been made upon the Goverment. Naylor, Vickers & Co., of Sheffield, have suspended—their liabilities are between £000,000 aod £1,000,000 but their assets are ample. The failures of Powell <& Bros, ot London, and Orr & Co., ot Liverpool, are an miunced. The Bourse at Paris is unsettled, but no advance of rates bad taken place at last ad vices. At a banquet, the Duke of Cambridge ex pressed himself in favor of summary ven geance on the Sepoys. The Mab&kts.—Liverpool, Friday, Nov. 6th. Cotton closed very dull, and all qualities had considerably declined. Sales ol the week 2<!, uoo bales. Breadstuff* closed with a declining tendency, 1 ..a ... 1 •* r* • '* t u *• i • j I I v* <• b a 11 if t IMU |M VIL Miutva awiij Provisions were very dull. The money market was decidedly more strin gent; Consols had declined to 8bJutfsSV Collision—Loss of Life. New' Orleans, Nov. 18.—The mail steam ship Opelousas, from Berwick bay to Gal veston, Texas, came into collision with the steamer Galveston of the same lioo, about midnight of the 15th. The Opelousas sunk almost immediately, and -0 to -5 persons were lost, among whom was Gen. Hamil ton, of South Carolina. All the officers and crew' were saved. Assassination. New York, Nov. 18. —Francis Vincent, keeper of an Italian groggery, was killed and robbed at bis own place last night. The assassin escaped, but several arrests have since been made. Arrival of itoe Ariel* New York, Nov. 18.—The steamer Ariel, from Southampton, on the 1st, arrived here to day. Her advices were anticipated by the Associated Press via Ca; e Race. Resumption of Specie Payment* New Orleans, Nov. 18.—The Banks in this city resumed sp°c e payment yesterday. VIRGINIA and OTHER PAPER MONEY TAKEN AT PAR '.-CLOT HI NG! CLOTHING ! ! cheap for cash.— Money save® ani> fair deal.no, at 322 Pennsylvania Avenue, between 9/A and 10/A streets, at the <%1ALL HOUSE.”— Just opened, a large stock of REA DY-MADE CLOTHING, at the following low PRICES We can olfer greater bargains in Clothing than can be obtained elsewhere in this city. Owing to our building, we did not lay in our stock as others did, and we bought at great sacri fices, owing to the state of the market. Heavy Winter Overcoats.$4 Ou to $10 00 u Body Coats. 3 50 to 10 00 Black Cloth Coats. 7 50 to 12 00 Winter-lined Cassirnere Pants . 2 50 to 5 00 Winter Cassirnere Vests, double breasted . 1 25 to 2 00 Boys’ Overcoats. 2 75 to 6 00 Jackets. 1 50 to 3 <HJ Woolen Pants. 1 25 to 2 50 Having one of the largest and finest assort ments ol CLOTHS and CASS1MERES in this city, we are prepared To make CLOTHING to order at the shortest notice. WALL, STEVENS & CO., 322 Penn, avenue, bet. O'h and lOth-sts. W^shioSton,nov 3—dim 1 INVITE CITIZENS and strangers to call at my manufactory, No. 141, King street, between Washington and St. Asaph streets, arid examine my large and handsome assortment ol SADDLERY GOODS, as I do not intend to be surpassed in my line of business, by any other city. 1 have on band, and am daily manufac turing as fine and superior an assortment, as can be found in any of the Northern cit.es. My stock comprises as great a variety as can be found in any other house, consisting of HAR NESS, of all kinds, from the fine quill work down to the dray, cart, and plow Harness— TRUNKS, of every kir.d, fine SOLE LEATH ER, Steel Spring Iron iratne Ladies TRUNKS AND BONNET BOXES, and all other kinds down to the common packing trunks; SAD DLES, BRIDLES, MARTINGALES, WHIPS, Ac. a# line as the finest; Buffalo and tancy ROBES, DRIVING GLOVES, HORSE COV ERS, CARPET BAGS, VALICKS, Ac., Ac., of all kinds. Call and see for yourselves. Thankful lor the very liberal patronage here tofore extended, solicit a continuance of the same, and 1 pledge myself to spare no pains to give satisfaction. All GOODS warranted to be as represented. oct 31-tf WILLIAM F PADGETT. rpHE SUBSCRIBER wishing toreturn South j early in the Fall, offers lor sale the place upon which he resides, consisting©! TWENTY AND A HALF ACRES, situated in Fairfax County, upon the old Leesburg Road, wh.ch separates it trom the grounds of the Theological Seminary. a The DWELLING is a two story frame building, (completed in the Fall ol 18.06,) containing iiye good sized rooms, exclusive of kitchen, storeroom, and pautry. A well of ex cel lent water at the door. Its proximity to Alexandria, and the neighbor hood affording the best society, makes it desira ble, if only lor a Summer residence. Possession given immediately. For terms, Ac., apply either through the Seminary Post Office, or upon the premises, to Kan lax Co., jy —eott A. C. N. SMETS. N OTICE,—Notice is hereby given that appli cation will be made to the Bank of the Old Dominion for the renewal of Certificate No. | 3?>3. dated July 1st, l8f>4,ot Ten Shares of Stock in said Bank, issued in the name of Lucy Euck ! nt?r—said Cert ficate having been lost. S. ARISS BUCKNER, Executor of Lucy Buckner, dec'd. oct 27—2aw*m 4JUPERI0R BLACK CLOTH FROCK ^ COATS, worth twenty dollars, for fifteen dollars. Superior BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, worth twenty-five dollar*, for twenty dollar*. Fine WHITE SHIRTS, with Marseille* bo soms, collars, and wristbands. Also, Gentle men's GAIT ERS—tor sale by nov ti WJt D. MASSEY OOL our chased by je 26 JptAMEL F. HOOE. AUCTION SALES. _ COMMISSIONER'S SALE or VALUABLE f STEAM SAW-MILL, Ac.—Ry virtue of a decree ol the Circuit Court, for the county oi | Fairfax, made at its November term, 1&57, in the case of William J. Hall, and others, against Jacob M-Hoisapples administrator, and others, l shall sell, at public auction, at Fairfax ! Court House, on Mouthy, the 21 st day of Decern• I hr. 18 j7, (that being Court day,) the following described property:—A lot of LAND, contain 1 ing TWO ACRES, more or less, within a few ' rods of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Burke s Station, in the county ol Fairfax, upon which has been recently erected a STEAM a SAW-MILL, of 20-horse-power, with two BOILERS: one up-and-down SAW; Patent CORN MILL, and fixtures, all new and in com plete order. The neighborhood is thickly set i tied, so as to make sawing and grinding a profit able business—besides the advantage of being i within 14 miles of Alexandria by Railroad. Terms oi Salk—One-tenth of the purchase ! money to be paid in cash, at the time of sale— j the residue in three equal payments, at six, : twelve, and eighteen months, with interest from the day of sale, w ith approved personal security —the title to be retained, anti the property lia ble to be resold upon default in the payment of the deferred payments, or either of them. Dr. William M. Holsapple, residing near the premises, will shew the property to any one who may he desirous of puich&sing. Sale to take place between 11 and 3 o'clock. THOS. R. LOVE, Comm'r. Fairfax county, nov 19—eots BY S. J. MuCORMICK—Auctioneer. SALK THIS DAY. 1)ONDS FOR SALK AT AUCTION FOR J ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY ION | CERN.— On Thursday, the 19/A instant, at 10 o'clock, J. M., in front of our office, in this city, i will be sold— $10,000 Coupon Bonds of County of Rouxiyg ham ! $ 1,000 Coupon Bonds of Corporation of Alex andria. Terms, cash, nov 11— dts FOWLE. SNOWDEN A CO. Auction sale, os wmt st, no. y».— Will be offered for sale on Friday. Nov 20l/i at 10 o’clock, A M., all the HOUSEHOLD and | KITCHEN FURNITURE, of A. D. Hades, | consisting, as follows:—l Feather B;’d, Pillows, • and Bolster; 1 Hair Mattrass. 2 Shuck do.; 1 m. m ■ ii • • I .III i Aianogany neusieau; common uo.; i .nauogduy Wardrobe, extra; 1 Bureau, marble top; 1 Side board, mahogany; t Washstand, do.; 0 Velvet ; Cushion Chairs; 2 Rocking Chairs, velvet; l Velvet Sofa; 1 Extension Table, mahogany; Room ami Stair Carpets; Grass Carpeting, do ; j Crockery-ware, Cook ami Parlor Stoves, Nc.,Nc. TicaMS ok Salk.—All sums under $10 and up : to $ 1U, cash; all sums over $IO, sixty days will ; be given, tor notes satisfactorily endorsed, i N. B. A good many articles not enumerated, all in good order, and nearly new, having been but recently purchased. 1 nov 18—3t L. CLARK At CO., Auct’rs. I1 )UBLIC SALE OK A VALUABLE FARM. —The undersigned will sell at Public Auction.on Friday, the 20//* of November, l $57, ; his tract of LAND situated in Staff >rd county, 1 Virginia, at the junction of Aquia Creek with I the Potomac River. The Richmond, Freder icksburg and Potomac Railroad binds the tract, ami the Steamboat Wharf and Dej>ot of the Com pany are adjoining the Land. ! The Farm contains about 500 ACRF.S, of ' which from 25o to 300 are in wood of original growth, and the res'due arable. The entire tract, w ith very limited exception, is of rare fertility —and that portion under cultivation has yield ed,whilst held by him, liberal returns for the labor bestowed, in Corn. Wheat and Hay. The tract is admirably adapted to the raising of To bacco. Near the centre of the open land there is an inexh sustible bed ol Marl, of superior quality, unincumbered by top-lay. The Wood-Land lies ’ at a distance ranging from a half mile to a mile from the landing at which wood is shipped to AlexexanJria, Washington and Baltimore. The larger portion, if not the entire purchase money might be realized from the wrood, which could be . conveniently spared from the farm. The shore ; on Aquia creek, furnishes a good site for a HER RING FISHERY, at which, for many years, , mat business was successfully prosecuted, and at a very small outlay. The improvements consist Mot a DWELLING, with a passage and three rooms; a large Stable, Corn Houses, | Fish House, and Servants’ House, all new. I The location, soil and climate are peculiarly ! favorable to the successful and extensive raising I ot fruit and vegetables for the city markets— ac | cess to which are furnished tw ice a day, through ' the Steamboats which ply betweeen the said i wharf at Aquia creek and Washington, and by ! the Cars which run between the same point and ; Richmond—ami o.,ce or twice a week by the ; boat which runs between it and Baltimore.— | The facilities to the Washington market are such that the Dairy business may also be con j veniently and profitably prosecuted, j The subscriber, w ho resides in Fredericks ! burg, finding it impracticable to give his per i sonal attention to the mangement of the above i farm, has determined to dispose of it at public i auction, and on liberal credit a* follows: 'Ihe ; purchaser to pay the purchase money in six i equal annual instalments, bearing interest, and : satisfactorily secured JNO. L. MARYE. | Fredericksburg, nov 12—eots j rflRUSTEE’SSALE OF VALUABLE REAL | [ ESTATE IN UPPER FAUQUIER.— By virtue ot a deed of trust, executed by James ! P. Bayly. dated the 8th day of March, 1854, and i recorded among the records of Fauquier County, ! the undersigned, the Tiustee therein appointed, ! will sell at public auction, for cash, on the prem ! ises, on Fratay, the 4th day oj Dei ember, 1857, be tween the hourt of 10 o'rloik, A. M., and 3 o'clink, F. M., the tract of land conveyed in the said deed, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debts intended to be secured by said deed. The LAND is about three miles from Salem, and is estimated to contain about SEVEN HUN DRED ACRES, and is the land of which Sam i url Bayly, died seized and possessed, and by his i last w’lll and testament, devised to his son, Ja§. 1*. Bayly, and about WOO acre* are held by Mr*. Samuel Bayly as dower It i* possible that an arrangement may be made with her, by which immediate possession can be given, it it shall be deemed advisable to sell the entire tract.— It ranks with the very best laud* in Upper Fau quier. * Address JAMES P. BAYLY. at Salem, Fau quier County, or the subscriber, at Washington, Rappahannock County, Va., JAMES WM. GREEN.Trustee. Fauquier Co., Va ,nov y—w.'iw&eolw COMMISSIONERS’ SALE OF NEGROES. / By virtue of * decree of the Circuit Court of Fauquier County, made on theWUt September, 1*57, in the case ol Altnd Leigh, and Eli E. Oliver, in their own right*, and as administrators of Jesse Naile, deceased, plain tiffs, against He*. Naile and others, delendanti, we shall ow MONDAY, the W^kd uay og No ykmbkr, 1857, (Court day.) in front of the Court House, of Fauquier County, sell to tne highest bidder, at public sale, SEVEN NEGROES, belonging to the estate ot said decedent, to wit’. THREE MEN, TWO WOMEN, and TWO BOYS. Term*, cash ALFRED LEIGH, j Comm'ra. ELI E OLIVER, $ ol sale. Fauquier County, oct W8—lawts HALE OF FISHING APPARATUS—By virtue of a deed of trust, executed on the W4th day of July, 18.07, by Schooler V Low ry tome, and which ha* been duty recorded, 1 shall, at Stafford Court House, on Monday the 14th day of Dcamber, 1857, that being Court day, sell at public auction, lor cash, a LARGE SEINE, with all it* fixtures, consisting of BOATS, CAPSTANS, SCOW, and all other TACKLE perlaining to a large FISHERY.— This FISHING OUTFIT, now offered for sale, is nearly as good a* new, and can be seen and examined by application to Messrs. Schooler It Lowry, in Stafford County, in whose possession it is CHARLES HERNDON, Trustee. Fredericksburg, nov 17—2awts C1HKSS MEN ?nd Backgammon Boards—a ) fresh supply, at all prices, ju*t received, ami lor sale by JAS ENTW18J.F. h SON, UOV 17 No. yj King street. AUCTION SALES. A DESIRABLE FARM FORSAJLE.—Pur suant to the last will and testament ol th** late Robert Stiingfellow, will be sold on ti..* premises, on the lirst day ol Decembei next, il fair, if not the next fair day (unless previously sold privately) the FARM on w hich the la.e tes tator resided (known a§ the Retreat) con tain in : about 700 ACRES. This land ucsi-i the coun ty of Culpeper. 10 miles Irom the Court House, live miles from Mitchell s Station on the O. and A. Railroad, one Irom Raccoon Cold, in one ol the most beautiful sections ol V a. With out entering into particulars, we believe tna' a rare opportunity is now' presented lor seeming a home, which ior beauty of location, bealiulul ness, fertility of soil aud good society, i» &ur pa.*sed by tew, if any in the State MThe DWELLING HOUSE is computa ble, and the out buildings are ample and in repair. There is within one mile of tlo* farm a Wheat and Grist Mill, two Stores. Po ' Office, Wagon Maker, Tailor, Blacksmith and Shoe Shop, in sight of an Episcopal Church, and convenient to Baptist, Methodist and Presby terian churches. Persons wishing to view the premises, wilt call on Mr. R. S. Stringfellow, Raccoon Foid, who will take pleasure in showing them. Terms very accommodating—a credit of one, two, three and perhaps live years, with no cash payments, unless wished by the purchaser. In terest from day of sale, to be paid annually, good personal security, and a deed ol trust on the land, will be required to secure tue pay ments. Persons wishing to negotiate privately before the day of sale, w ill address John S Waikti. Oiange C. H., or Rev. H. Stringlellovv, \ croon , Hanover co. At the same time and place will be sold all the perishable property (except the negroes) consisting of 14 head ol Horses. 50 head of Cat tie. among them twelve good Work Oxen r.nd some good Beeves, the stock of Hogs, among them some lor pork hogs, and f«0 Mieep. between 4 and &00 barrels of Corn. Oa»s, Hay and other provender, Wagons, Carts. Farming Implements of various kinds, l Wheat Threshing Box. I Wheat Drill, Household and Kitchen Furniture, fire , &c. Turks of Salk.—Of the personal proper ty cash lor all suiria under $10: fin and :q. wards a credit of nine months, bond and ap proved security, with interest from the dale ; UUl II punctually jraiu inr iiiicicm v\i:i urir nutted. BY THE EXECUTORS. Culpeper Comity, oct 17—eots ]PT i ACRES SUPERIOR ORANGE • *)Uv/ AM) MADISON LAND AT AUCTION —The undersigned, pursuant to the last will and testament of Wm. Smith, deceased, will on TUESDAY the 24th day ot Noveml** i next, (if tair, if not, the next fair day.) otl *r at public sale, the lands in said will directed to be sold, embracing about l,ftUO acres ot superior farming land, lying in the counties jI Orange anti Ma lison,and on the Kapidan river and Line Run, and about live miles from Orange Couit House, and eight trom Gordousville. 1 tie w hole will be divided into three or more tracts. Ine principal mansion tract, regarded by all wi.j know it as equal to any in the county, will be made to consist of from S<KJ to DKMJ acres. This will contain come 4fX> acres ol superior Kapidan river ard Blue Run bottom, besi te^ valuable highlands, and anabundar.ee ol excel Mlent timber. THE MANSION is large, convenient, new, and elegantly situate L— The out buildings are numerous and in good im pair. It is within 4 hours travel ct either Rich mond, Alexandria or Washington cities No better inducement can be found lor purchasers who seek a beautiful home, rich land good wa ter, pure mountain air, the best society, and travelling and marketing conveniences. The residue ol the land wi 1 be sold in two smaller tracts. Though they have no buildings, otherwise they lack nothing to make them desirable homes. Terms, as preset ibed by the will made known on the day of sale. The undersigned or Mr. W. Grayson, who lives on the farm, will take pleasure in show ing the premise*. The perishable property will lie sold immediately after the land. ROBT. THOMAS,) F G. S NEWMAN \ *-x*-u,ors Address Dr. R. THOMAS, Orange C. H.,or Dr. G. S. NEWMAN, Somerset, Va. Orange Co , nov. 2—2aw ts rCOMMISSIONER’S SALE OE LAND— In / pursuance of a decree of the County Court of Fairfax County, pronounced at its August term, 1&57, in the case of Fleming X D< uglas*, and others, against Wm. L. Lee, the undersigned. Commissioner, will offer at public sale at the Tavern of Samuel Catts. West End. on Saturday, the Uh of Dereviber, lhf>7, at 12 ortixk, M, th.it valuable FARM,situated in Fairfax Cotiniy. on Pohick Run and immediately upon the road leading from Alexandria to Colchester, and near Pohick Church—being the Farm purchased bv said Lee of J. H. Bullock, containing 113^ ACRES. J"—M> Said Farm has upon it a fine DWELL ING HOUSE and otluy improvements, and is in a good state ol cultivation, and distant trom Alexandria about teu miles. Txhmh ok Salx;—One tenth of the purchase money to be paid down as a de|>osit, liable to forfeiture on failure to comply w ith the terms of sale, upon its confirmation by the Court; the resi due in three equal instalments ot six, twelve, and eighteen month#, with interest, to be seemed by the bond of the purchaser with good security, the laud liable to be resold oil failure to meet de ferred payments, and the title to be retained un til the purchase money is paid. H. W. THOMAS, Conim’r. Fairfax County, oct 24—2awts riNRUSTEE S SALE OF FAUQUIER LAND. J —In pursuance of the provisions ot a deed of trust from James Rogers and w ife, to the un dersigned, dated the 13th day of October, lb">.\ and of record in the Clerk s Office of the Comity Court of Fauquier County. Va., I shall sell th« tract of Land in the said deed mentioned, on ihe premises, at public auction, to the highest bid der, for cash, 0U fnda^the^hof January, lue said tract ol land, containing a•>»* acres, lies in the upper part ol Fauquier county, on the water* of Carter’* Run, within three miles of the Salem station ol the Manassas Cap Rail road, ami is in every re*|H.*ct one ol the lx*st es tates in the county or Piedmont region ol Vir ginia. The noil, originally of the best qnai;ly, has been highly improved—is well watered and a heavily timbered. The improvement* con sist of an elegant MANSION, in coinplno repair, and all necessary out buildings lot the accommodation ol the servants and stork tie*, cessary to carry on the Farm, Bain, Com Cribs, Ac. The society is polished and neighborhood healthy. The Farm comprises every thing re qmsite to make it a most desirable residence an profitable investment. RICHARDS PAYNE T ru«te**. Should the day ol sa’e be inclement, the vale will take place the next fair day thereafter. Fauquier county, nov 'J—eots R. P. CCommissioners sale of land.— j Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Court of Prince William County, pronounced on the 15th day of October, 1857, in the case^f A.*. Maddox s administrator, against Thomas S. Maddox, and others, the undersigned will wrier at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the Court-houM door of Prince William County, Of* Monday.the 1th day of DeunUurntj!, a valuable FARM, situated in Piince WsUiani County, on the waters of Powell's run. a40w>:>>£ the land* of William Butts, and others, contain ing ACRES. f “ Said FARM has upon it a comfortable J_LDWELLINO HOUSE, and other irnprove ; ments, is in a good state of cultivation, is well watered, and has an abundant supply of wood and timber. Terms of sale:—One tenth of the purchase money to be paid down in cash, the residue u three equal instalments, of six, twelve, a» eighteen months, with interest, to be secured ' the bonds of the purchaser, with good per>< security, and the title to the land retained ui the whole purchase money is paid. M B. SINCLAIR, Commissioner. Prince William Couuty, nov 7—eots_ HORSE SHOES.—60 kega a*»oit»rd Horse Shoes, for sale by uov 16 WHEAT A BKd.