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Alexandria gazette. (Alexandria, D.C.) 1834-1974, May 30, 1863, Image 3

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Colored Cotton.?Ales. R. McKee, U.
S. Consul at .Panama, forwards some new
specimens of cotton to Washington. In his
letter he says: "I send you cottjn grown in
Panama from the seed received from Wash
ington. 1 also send you two specimens of
cotton from Sierra Pino. The white* cotton
Wi- taken from a tree seven inches in diame
ter,'the top branches of which are about fif
teen feet from the ground, and spread about
twenty feet each way.
"The colored cotton was taken from a simi
lar tree. Cotton in that part of Pino is of
five or six different colors. The trees are so
full of cotton balls that you can scarcely see the
leaf. They seldom have had rain here for the
last 16 years. Pino is situated forty miles
east of Paitn. Soil sandy, but very produc
tive. Where there is water the soil is best.?
The trees from which this cotton was taken,
were planted, but never cultivated."
Brig. General Edmnnd Kirby, of the 1st
Artillery, died last night from wounds receiv
ed at CIjancellorsville, at the residence cf
Gen. fticketfcs, in Washington.
The U. S. Secretary of War has ordered
that all Confederate officers out on parole be
placed under close arrest, and no more paroles
are to be granted until further orders.
The New York papers announce that a
Court of Inquiry has been ordered to convene
at Brooklyn on Monday next, for the purpose
of investigating ccrtain charges preferred
against Alban 0. Sumers, Chief Engineer and
Inspector General of the iron-clad Monitors.?
The charges are made by Admiral Dupont,
and mainly consist of assertions alleged to have
been made by Mr. Sumers at the dinner table
of the steamer Arago, on his way home from
the attack on Sumter, to the effect that the
Monitors had not had a fair trial,?that they
were in as good condition for action the day
after the fight as they were on the previous
morning,?and that Admiral Dupont was pre
judiced against the vessels. He is also charg
ed with having asserted that the commanders
of the Monitors were anxious, to renew the
fight, and with making false assertions and
using disrespectful language towards Admiral
Dupont.
The Chattanooga Rebel of the 21st contains
letters from Breckinridge in reply to the impu
tation on hia character contained in the report
of Bragg. The defence is a bitter answer to
the reflections of Bragg against him. He
closes by asking, at the earliest opportunity, a
court of inquiry.
lu the Pennsylvania Diocesan Episcopal
Convention a resolution to admit the delegates
oft.be St. Thomas (colored) Episcopal Church,
was passed, after much discussion, by a vote
ot 222 to 21.
''Vallandigham meetings" are being held in
various counties in New York.
? Ha FOR ALEXANDRIA, WASH^
INGTON, AND LANDINGS on
the POTOMAC RIVER.?The steamer
KEYPORT, Capt. E. A. Ryther, will leave
pier foot of Barre street, Baltimore, every Fri
day, at 3 p. m., for Alexandria, Washington,
and landings on the Potomac river.
, Returning, will leave Washington every Tues
day, at 7 a. m.} and Alexandria same day at 8
a- m., for Baltimore and landings on the Poto
ftiac river.
Custom House permits must accompany
freight for Alexandria and landings on Potomac
nver.
Ail freight must be prepaid.
x or freight or passage, apply on board or to
-nEEDHAM & SONS, 142 Light street
^narf, Baltimore, or to
JghjB?tf BRODEBS & CO., Alex'a.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
Job Printing Office,
STREET, B&IWEEX K07AZ AND PITT.
jumme
OTIOE.?On and after the Sr3t Sunday in
June, wo, the undersigned, Barbers aiid
Hairdressers, in this city, inform the public i
that we shall tOose our business places or. Sun
days. ED.WARD DANGfiEIJSTS.
EAKRY HEIM.
JAMES N.KUDD.
HA Kit 1 SON JACOBS.
T. CODINGSVvOETH.
J. W. SIMPSON.
my26?fit*
PROF. LOUIS WUNDRAM'S
CELEBRATED HERB MEDICINES,
NOW for tlie first time introduced into this
country, have been successfully used for
twenty-six years in Germany, and the rest of Eu
rope, and are particularly efficient in the cure of j
all chronic diseases. They are imported direct
to this port, and their efficiency and safety can
be relied upon with confidence. They are
VEGETABLE PILLS and POWDERS
the best blood purifying medicine extant, and
unequalled for the cure of Tetter, Asthma,
Headache, Sore Eyes, Catarrh, Pain in the
Breast and Sides, Spotted Fever, Chills and
Fever, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Can
cer, Jaundice, Biliousness, Eruptions of the
Skin, Piles, Worms, Dropsy, Erysipelas, Swell
ings, Open Wounds, Cholic, and in fact all di
seases caused by impure blood, or imperfeot
digestion.
PROF. WUNDR AIM'S RHUEMATIC
POWDERS, a sure cure for all Rheumatic
complaints. Gout in particular.
PROF. WUNDRAM'S EPILEPTIC REM
EDY, the only safe and reliable remedy for the
certain cure of this terrible complaint.
PROF. WUND RAM'S VEGETABLE
ELIXIR, an invaluable remedy against Asth
ma, Biliousness, Pain in the Breast, Cough,JDys
sentary, Red and White Flux, Headache, Diar
rhoea, Cramp Cholic, &c.
PROF. wUXDEAM'S HERB TEA, a
pleasant and wholesome beverage, for sick and
convalescents, also for Dispeptics, and those
afflicted with nervousness.
PROF. W UN DRAM'S TAPE-WORM
EXTERMINATOR.
PROF. WUND RAM'S TOOTHACHE
DROPS.
Full directions accompany each remedy.
For sale by ' ISAACf ENTWISLE,
my 28?tf King st., Alexandria Ya.
NOTICE.
Mayor's Office, 7
Alexa^dkia, Ya., May 29, 1863. ]
I HEREBY call the attention of ail persons
who are doing business within the corporation
wh ich requires license, to call at this office by
the 1st. of June and take out their:! licenses, as
all of the present Licenses then expires. I also
notify all persons who are selling by retail,
wines, beer, cider, rum, brandy, or other spir
ituous liquors, or mixtures thereof to be drank,
in or at the place where it shall be sold, or in
any booth, arbor or stall without a tavern li
cense first obtained, shall forfeit and pay five
dollars for every offence. I also give notice
that all business houses with the exception of
Taverns must be closed on Sunday.
my29?lw C. A. WAjSE, Mayor.
GREAT BARGAINS ?
0 T s a?d shoes.
T KAUFMAN (formerly of the firm o
tf ? Hecht, Kaufman & Co.) has opened store
No. 16 Royal street, opposite the market, where
he keeps constantly a large stock of all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c., which he
intends to sell at the most reasonable rates.
Ladies and gentlemen, if you desire to get
food and cheap Shoes, for yourself and chil
ren, please give a call to
J. KAUFMAN,
No. 16 Royal street,
my 13?lm (Mrs. Engelbrecht's old stand.)
JTOHtf T. COOKE,
CHEAP FAMILY GROCER,
CORNER PITT AND PRINCE STREETS,
HAS constantly on hand, Nos. 1, 2 and fc
Mackerel, in barrels, half barrels, and kit?,;
Salmcrij Potomac Herring, Smoked Halibut,
Smoked Herring; &nd Smoked Beef, Also. a
choice brand of Sugar Cured Hams, for fa/nily
use; Shoulders and Breasts, and a geneial as
sortment of goods for family supplies. Call and
examine. dec 2
F. G. SWAINE & CO.
CHEAP FAMILY GROCERY,
No. 26 North Royal street.
A fu11 supply of family groceries always en
hand, janli
QTILL MORE AND MOKE INDuCE
kJ ME N TS. in the wav of bargains, in DRY
(JO^DSjAND J^l I L LI N E S Y.?At
SCHTv ARZ? S old place, you can find this week
Elegant Lawns at 15 c'ent3 per yard;
Splendid Lavellas at 15 cents per yard:
Beautiful figured Brilliants at 25c?yara wide;
Black, purple and figured Calicoes, all round,
at 20 cents per yard;
Chaileys f-nd Mousse de Laines. a large lot,
at 26 cents per yard, and a large stock of Mour
ning Goods, Sun Shades, Silks, and Silk Capes,
and u fine assortment of Embroideries, just re
ceived, and ready to be sold cheap. Can and
examine foa yourself at the cheap store, N o. 132
King street, "opposite jfrovost Marshal's,
ray 18?tf
K E JSP COOL!
f I UiE undersigned would inform their friends,
X and the public generally, that they are now
prepared to furnish ICE at all hours or the
day on night, at the "old stand" No. 26, north
Royal street, opposite the market.
P. SWAIN & CO.
wP, S.?Orders for large quantities of ICE
left ith us, will be promptly filled at most fa
orable terms, mh 27?tf
T!STATE OF ANN SOLOMON.?The sub
l_j scriber, having duly qualified as executor
of Ann Solomon," deceased, hereby gives notice
to all persons having claims against the estate,
to present them, duly authenticated, without
delay ; and all persons indebted to the estate are
required to make payment forthwith.
WM. C. RICHARDS, Executor.
my 5?2awl2t _
COS r \R' S
V E 11 to I N E X T E R MINATO H,
T7U)R RATS, MICE, ROACHES, ANTS,
Jj Bed Bug's, Mo*hs in furs, "Woollens, &c.,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, &c<? Put
up in 26c, 50c. and ?1 boxes, bottles ai.d fiasi
$'6 and S3 sizes for Hotels, Public Instit uiciis,
&c.
"Only infallible remedies kiiown."
''Ifreefrom poisons.5'
l'Not dangerous to the human fainilv. ' *
4iKats come out of their holes to die/'
Sold wholesale in all large cities.
Sold by all Druggists and Retailers e^sxy*
! where.
Beware of ail worthless imitations.
See that "CostarV name is on each box, bot
tle and flask, before you buy.
Address HENRI* E. COSTAjR,
Principal Depot. 482 Broadway, N. Y,
Sold by HENRY COOK
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
an 7?3m Alexandria, Va.
A * _
ICEi I 0 Ei I ICEMI
A large and superior cargo of JPOETLAND
A ICE, is for sal9, at my ice depot, Fairfax
street, opposite Mansion _ House Hospital.?
Those who may be pleased to favor me with
their orders, Trill have it delivered, DAIL Y
from wagon.
rnn 27?tf P. G. HENDERSON.
THECHEAPEST
O O. AL O I L
In the city, to be had at
NO. i o TOY AL STfiiET,
21X EELS- of the best OIL ever manufactured
0 just roccived
On hand, a large and splendid assortmentjpf
LAMPS, of ail styles, together with G- AS I A
TUBES in variety, at extremely low prises..
Look to }Tour interest, and call at the right placa.
jan 26?tf
SHOES 1 SHOES! 1 SHOES ?! f
liST RECEIVED, from the manufacturers,
a fine stock of LADIES' MISSES AJSV
CHILDREN'S CITY MADE BOOTS AND
SHOES, of all kinds?all of which will be sold
at a very small advance over cost, at No. 80
King street.
ap1?2m JOHN T. EVANS.
Provost Marshal's Office, )
Alexandria, Ya., March 16, 1863. J
DISLOYAL PERSONS having taken the
oath of allegiance for the purpose of ob
taining passes at this office, and then corruptly
disregarding their oath, notice is hereby given
that no pass will hereafter be given, unless the
person applying therefor is known at this office
to be loyal, or produces a certificate of loyalty,
signed by a person of knowvn fidelity to the gov
ernment.
By order: H. H. WELLS,
Lieut. Colonel and Provost Marsh aj^
my 1?1m Alexandria, Vsu
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