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Houses and Stores to ^en** - A three story brick bouse, at the JVMt comer of King and H«o*y stireet, £ ' J with or without the store and celar .riththreegood 'T^^fr^^.dstoreon Kl0g between Patrick and Heniy streets. ! TeoreeMrostonr brick hourer.oD Came roo street, near the theatre. _trpp« A two storv brick house, X^ll'r mtb ately inhabited by Mr. <Chari^ ’ al a garden, stable, cow house, and pump ai >I*1N^B?"a"| dies* houses are suitable for^re spectable families, and possession can new «ess, n \r Royal-street-possession to be had P^^ftlNDlEvTuJS & LARMOUR. j«Iy fO . V — To Rent, ^ . That large and commodious brick warehouse, lat«ly occupied fty Ge^ iiiFKincaid; al*o. the frame dwellii* W? Hi house, and store adjoin.ng. " he a Wve property is well situated lor the fh>ur and Grocery business, will be rented low to^good For Sale or Rent, A commodious 2 story brick dwel ling hmi<e.upo» abvifaere lo s cor ner of Fairfax and Jefterson streets. , For terms »^iU.HT METCALF. September 24__--— Valuable Property for Stile. ^ . That valuable wharf, warehouses, fiWfcand dwelling house, known by he Pa Wat name of Conran s Wharf, si uated AIIL'ietween Queen and Fritters? streets. Terms made known on application to the sub •eriher. The property will be d'V'JeJ to suit purchasers. It not sold at priva,e -a*e, will bo oTered atauebon.-m (He ,momses. on MONDAY, the loth NOVEMBER, at, f*£pl°S« M'tf _ WM. HERBERT. To Let, - ON moderate terms, a three story brick House, in a central part ot S;i!j the town, well calculated for a pn flitSUate family, or a genteel boarding house. Po®sessii>ogix'en on or betore tne s »f December next/ Inquire ot the Printer. June 28 _ _ Jt( For Sale, - That three story brick house, situ ^i^ateion the south side of Brince-st now in the occupancy ot Mr. }> m. $ iiiKudJ ; a perfect title will tie given, an l the terms of payment hisJf convenient Apply to *OHN H- LADD tir Co September 18 __ T.i R'-nt, » A neat an 1 convenient two story fi - ^ brick ti *u>e with a stable and a pump S nf excellent soft water, situate lower fl "Und of Water-street. Enquire ot WILLIAM VKATES. September 20 mwttt To Kent, A commodious three story brick dwelling house on Wa*hinijlot»-*tr t. lately occupied by Mr. Jno.Jackson. _'X ALSO, A small frame house, on Fai« tax-street,be tween Kim? and Priuce afreet*. In oy ao lencc. application may be made to K. * eitcu. July 2 dSttuthstt JOHN LLOYD. For Rent. ANF. AT and commodious Brick finite, on frince, between Fairfax and Roval reels. Apply at the comptim? root of M. ef n)i r fc Son. to SOLOMON PARSONS. October IS_ Building Lots for Sale. [CJUNDRY gmod lots upon Cameron. Pitt , anJ Ifyeen streets, on liberal credit, at reasonable prices to purchasers who would build thereon. For term* enquire ol MANDEVILLE A: L ARMOUR. 1 October 13_____'[_ For S;»lc, [rp'HE HOUSE and LOT in which I used [ jL to reside in the town ot Ah xswi li»a, con taining an acre ot gnmnd, on N asnington-st. ibeing one of the most agreeable situations tor a fenterl tamily in that town. For terms, ana a view of the property, app'X JL .VeJ&WMI, esq. who is fully authorized to treat for and dispose o! the same, and will explain any facts respecting it w hich may j)e 'required. JOHN HOPK NS, Hill and Dale. April SO._ lae^shurg lum'iik*' Koatl. nVjOTlCF, w hereby given to the Stock Ll xl holders «n the Leesburg Turnpike Koad [Company, that Ten Dollars on each share subscribed, (that is on the stock subscribed since P»e 1st day of October, 1818.) is re quired to be paid on the £oth of November next. THO R. MOTT, Treasurer. Leesburg, Oct. IS. 1819. The editors of the Winchester and Alexandria Gazettes, will publish the above /or thirty-five days. dtdSN October ti 100 Dollars Reward. RAN AW Won the 25th of April last. a man called NKD, formerly the pro perty of Mr. Fitxhufh, ot Fairfax, and by ,nim sold to Hepburn it Dundas He had on I when he went away an old country blue and whit* cloth coot, and ker«ey tr>wsers—his tight hand in a sling, in consequence of the hick of a horse. Ned is a stupid looking fallow, and hesitates very much when he speJts. I will five fit\y dollars it appre hended in the District, or the above reward fhr apprehending him out of the District, so ftt hia «gs> >• AGNES W;NDAe M,0BtC>(l4. Nay 19 dtjUwtVtf . Flour Business. THE subscribers respectfully inform their friends and the public that they hare entered into co-partnership in the flour and grocery business, under the firm of QIBSON 4* LUfTON. Their warehouse is, at the upper end of King-street, where they intend buying and will receive flour on storage On hand, a large quantity ofpUia* ISAAC GIBSON. NATHANLtfPTON. We intend keeping a conatant supply oi the best family flour. September ?7 _d3teo6w New Milk for Sale. THE lo»ers of Clean Xew Milk may be gratified, by calling at the south end of I the new Market-house, every morning at sun rise. This establishment is made at the request of several inhabitants of the tow n, and will be continued regularly ^hrough the winter, if suitable encouragement is afford ed. Customers who will subscribe !*>r the winter will have the preference, by leaving their names with the milk-man. To commence on Monday morning next. October 2fl_ — Bools Shoes. WILLIAM TRUE, hasju3t received and offers tor sale, on the most reasonable terms, a general assortment of ladies’, gen tlemen’s, and children’s coarse and tine SHOES, suitable for the present and ap proaching season, and warranted good. ALSO, A general assortment of men’s and boys’ coarse and fine Hate. All the above articles are offered wholesale or retcdl at the lowest Baltimore and Philadelphia prices. October 28 - ■" -■ * .. Notice. THE undersigned being anxious to close their business, and believing that no thing short of a determination not to prose cute it for the present, will enable them to effect so desirable an event, respectfully and earnestly solicit all those who are indebted to them, to make immediate payment, in or der to enable them to meet more promptly the demands of those to whom they are in debted. R & J. MANDEVILLE. august 18_ Notice. THE FARMERS’ BANK of Alexandria this day declares a divideud ot profits upon its capital stock paid in of two an*' an half per cent, for the last six months, paya ble to stockholders or their representatives on Monday the 4th instant. By order, JOHN HOOFF, Cashier. October L »_<tu2w Rewal'd. RAN AWAY, from the subscriber’s plantation, in Prince George s co. about the 1st of June, a negro man, named HERCULES. about 35 years of age, six ieet high, and very stout, very black, and a remarkably large mouth ; wears his beard long ; had on an Osnaburg shirt and trowsers, and new felt hat. 1 will give the above reward for apprehending and securing said fellow in anvjail. so that I get him again, and reason able charges if brought home. i "GEORGE FORRES, Near Benedict, Charie.- co. Md. august 24 _ dotfutt Burr Mill Stone Manufactory. rpHE subscriber wishes to inform bis I- friends and the public, that be lias opened his Burr Mill Stone Manufactory, at the upper end of King-street, (opposite the Blacksmith and Farrier's shop, in the town of Alc\ar !ria.) where he will supply millers with French Burrs, of any size, at the short est notice ; and will warrant them equal, it not superior, to any in the 1 nitel States. • If millers will order their Wheat Burrs be fore they are built, ho will build them m * a manner, as he can prove to Mie sati>t,action of auy person, that they will ru with >ut stop or fail, for 100 years ; 4* if not bespoke, from 00 to 100. « V B. Prices as low as possible i june >28 R< »BERT (iLLYNT. Fifty Dollars ttowtiril. n AN away from the subscriber living in %V King George'? county \ i. on Monday the 22nd March, a yellow mail named JAMES, about 22 years of nge, his lore teeth wide apart, ami cannot speak very quick—ha*1 on Virginia cloth clothes and carried oiT^ a shaggy great coal, lie has a lather named Pe ter Hall, who lives w ith the widow Morgan, at Oak Hill, Fauquier Co and bis grandt'. ther,old Frederick Hall, is supposed to be living at Mr. TerretPs neir Alexandria, and it is likely he may be lurking about there. — I will give the above reward tor apprehend ing and securing said fellow so that i get him agdn, and reasonable charges if brought home! d. H. WASHINGTON. Masters of vessels and others are fore warned against harboring or carrying off said fellow, June M__JJ Orphans’ Ctrtirt, Alexandria county, ) October Term, 11119. \ ORDERED, That Ihe executor ol Jamf.s Crow’dhili., deceased, do insert the usual notice *o debtors and creditors, three times in each week for three weeks, in the Alexandria newspapers. A copy—Teste. A. MOORE, Reg. THIS IS TO Girt: .YOTICE, That the subscriber ot Alexandria county, in the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Orphans’ Court ot said county, letters testamentary on the estate ot James Crowdhill. late ot said county, deceased.— All persons hating claims against the said de cedent an* hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof, to the sub scriber, passed by the Orphans’Court, on or before the Uth day of April next, or they may bv law be excluded fo>m all bent hi to said estate ; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment, i Given under my hand this !4th October, 1819. JAHES H. HOOE, Executor of James Cnmdhill, deceased. October 14 Mbs The Public CAN at alt times be supplied, on the very best terms, with checks and bills at si^ht, and short dates to suit their, conve nience, on « * 4t 1 rsamniore, Philadelphia, r*ew-1 out) Boston. r. f • T f Apply at my Exchange vanning Bridge-street, Georgetown, where the tair and most reasonable exchange can be had on bank notes from all parts of the United States. ROMULUS RIGGS. S. Drew, Merchant Tailor, liemoved Jrom Fairfax street to the corner of King and Columbus streets, and his prices jailing, Respectfully acquaints his custo mers ami the citizens in general that he has removed as above, where he will study to give satisfaction. He has by him a small but well assorted stock of goods, which will he found on inspection to be ot the best quality, the whole of which he wishes to sell low for cash, and as lurther inducements to purchasers he oilers to cut out any goods, bought ol him to any size or pattern gratis. S. Drew aware, of the advantage a ready money business has over one where long credit is given, think* that a distinction ought to be made in the prices in each rase: and as* the price of provisions are low at present, he is glad to tie able to announce to those customers who will feel disposed to pay him ready money for his work, that he will reduce the price ot making to them according to the present journeymen’s wa ges ; and to prevent any supposed imposi tion on the one hand or disatisfaction on the other he is willing to be governed by the printed regulations of prices by which the journeymen are paid in Alexandria. N. 6. Bread, flour, beef, groceries, li quors or any thing valuable taken in ex change for clothes. S Drew has this day opened a tavern in the same house, where he has laid in a sup ply of Philadelphia and the district porter and ale, together with liquors ot the best quality, and he feels confident that he shall be able to give satisfaction to all who will please tp favor him with a call.—He is fit ting up his hou'e tor ihe accommodation of boarders, travellers, Aic. and from its central situation, good beds and stabling, together with other requisites, he presumes that it will he found a convenient establishment, may $5_ Fresh Medicines, JUST received from Let’s Medicine Store, Maiden-Lane, Ncw-York, and for sale, by JAMES KENNEDY A SOX, (Who have for many years been sole agents for Alexandria) with the fol lowing recommendations— Hamilton's H arm destroying Lozenges, hy which a vast number *»f persons have been relieved from this dange rous complaint during the last six tee.-; years. If aim's JlutibUitms Pills, Celebrated for the Prevention and Cure of bilious disorders. Ha mit1 o n\s El Mi r, Effectual for the cure of colds, obsti n.itc coughs, asthmas, Ac. Hamilton's Grand Restorative, Recommended as an invaluable medi cine for th° speedy relict of nervous complaints, low spirits, loss oi appe tite, At. llt.n Hons Essence and Extract of Mustard, Esteemed a safe and cflirarimis rente tv in acute and chronic rheumaiJsai, gout. Ac. Ac. En's Ointment Jar the Ttch. Warranted to c lire at one application, and to he perfectly innocent in tic use. If aim's Genuine C mi Plaster, Fur't lie speedy removal of corns with out pain. Hahn's Genuine Eye Haler, For the cure of diseases ol the eyes. Tooth .hue Drops, Affording relief in the most violent at • irks. Genuine Persian Lotion, \ valuable < esmilic tor •removing all •••options on the face and skin. per. :V« tlv inuo-'ent and tree iroin any in jurious ingredient. Restorative Powder for the Teeth ana Gums. Pamphlets may he had gratis ftt the dace of sale, containing a nn»rc par jcular accmmt of jthe medicines, wit! ihe cases of cures performed in cun inflation of tlie character given <d 'hem. Orphans’ Court, [.I'e.TiinJriti county, ) Ofobcr Term, I8l?\ ORDERED, that the executrix of Ber xari> Cro«-x, deceased, do insert the usual notice to debtors and creditors. three time5 in each week, t«>r three weeks in t.ie Alexandra newspapers. _ A copv—Teste. A. MOORE, Re^;. THIS IS TO CITE VTICE. That the subscriber, of Alexandria county, in the District of Columbia, has obtained from the Oi phans’ Court of said county, letters testamentary on the estate ol Bernard i Crook, hte ot said county, deceased. All persons having claims against the said dece deut are hereby wanted to exhibit the same, I wirh the vouchers tliereot, to the subscriber, passed bv the Orphans' Court, on or be fore the 14th day of April next, or they may hv law be excluded from all benefit to said estate ; and those indebted thereto are re quired to make immedate payment. Given unik: my haud this MthOctotier. 1S!9. ^ ANN CROOK, Executrix of Bernard Crook, dec’d. October 11 tuth»3ir District of Colombia, Alexandria County to iVil, / 1319 April Term. ) IN CHANCERY. fthomas Preston, Complainant* Against Thomas D. Tracey, David Ross and Jo nah Isffbell, Defendants. f I^HE defendant Thomas D. Tracey uot I. having entered his appearance and given security according to the statute and the rules of this court, and it appearing to ‘ the satisfaction ot the court, upon affidavit, that the said defendant is not an inhabitant of this District—on motion of the complain ant, by his counsel, it is ordered, that the said defendant do appear here on the tirst day of November term next, and enter his appearance to the suit, ami give security for performing the decrees of the court ; and that the other defendants, David Ross and Jonah Isabel), do not pay away, con \ey, or secrete, the debts by them owing to, or the estate or effects in thi r hands belonging to the said absent defendant un til the V. i'mr order or decree of this court; an t ■••• a cop\ of this order he forthwith r Alexandria; and * ha l another copv he post ed at the front door of tile court house of said county. A ropy. Teste, EDMCMI) l. DEE, C. C. June 14__ District nt* Columbia, Alexandria County to Wit,) .oiq April Term, ) IX CHAXCEllY. fcv3U P. Taylor, Complainant, Against Peter Saunders and James Anderson, De fendants. npHE defendant Peter Saunders nut hav X in" entered Dis appearance a id given security according to the statute and the rules of this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that flie said defendant is not an inhabitant of, tliis District—on motion of the complain ant, by his counsel, it is ordered, that the; said defendant do appear here on the first day of November term next, and enter his, appearance to the suit, and give security for performing the deciees o! the court; and that the other detendant, James An derson, do not pay away, corney, or se crete the debts by him owing »o, or the es tate or effects in hi? hand'* belonging to the said absent defendant, Peter Saunders, until the further order ordecree ot this court; and that a copy of this order be forthwith pub lished ior two months successively in one of the public newspapers published in Alexan -tlria ; and that another copy be posted at the front door of the court house ot said county. A copy. Teste, EDMUND I- LEE, C. District of Columbia, Alexandria County, to fY:t, ) ioiq April Term, $ ' IX CHANCERY. Robert G. Violeit, Complainant, Against Charles Tyler, Robert S Blaejflock aud Christopher Neale. Defendants. T>HE defendant Charle« Tyler? not ba vin? entered his appearance, and gi ven security according to ibe statute and the rule' ol thi« court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that the said Charles Tyler is not an inhabitant of this District: on motion of the complainant, bv his counsel, it is ordered, that the said defendant do appear here on the first day in November term nest, and enter his appear ance to the suit, and give security for per forming die deertes of the court: and that the other defendants, Robert S. Blacklock an l Christopher Ne de, do not pay away, convev or secrete tire debts by them owing to. or the estate or effects in their hand' belonging to the said absent defendant, until the furt In r orier or decree of this court ; and that a c. py of this order be forthwith pub lished for two months successively in one of the public newspaper published in Alexan «Irh : and that another copy be posted at j the front door ol the court house of said A copy. _EDMUND I. LEE, C. C. District of Columbia, Alexandria CourUy to Jl'it,) jgjQ Thomas Lawrason, Complainant, Against Elizabeth Haskins. W illiam L. Haskins, John IL Ladd, ®xecutor. and Sarah Ladd, executrix, of John G. Ladd, deceased. rrVJE defendant Elizabeth Haskins, not . I. having entered her appearance and gi ven security aexording to the statute and the rules of this court, and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, tiiat the sdd defendant is not an inhabitant of this District—on motion of the said complainant, by his counsel, it is ordered, That the said defendant dees appear here on the first day of November term next, and answer the bill of the complainant; and that the other defendants, John H Ladd, executor, and Sarah Ladd, executrix, of John H. Ladd, deceased, do not pay away, convey or se crete the dobts by them owing to, or the es tate or effects in their bands belonging to the said absent defendant until the further order or decree of this court; and that a co py. of this order be forthwith inserted for two month?successively in cneof the public newspapers published in Alexandra; and that another copv he posted at the Iront door of the court house of said county. A copy. Teste, ' EDMUND I. LEE, C. C. Notice. ^TMIE subscriber respectfully informs his I. frieuds and the public, that be has taken the house formerly occupied by Talbot. Wiksox 4” Co. where he m'.ends to keep a supply of all kinds of LEATHER, Which he will sell low, and from experience in said business can confidently solicit their patronage, lu return he obligates himself to do ail in his power to merit the lame. All orders punctually attended to. N. B. The highest price given for Country Hides, and Cpper Leaiher. and Calf Skins in the to w h THOMAS €. TULEY, October 16 District of Cohiiiihgit, Alexandria County to l'/it i April Venn, U'\mt /JV CHANCERY. Alexander Henderson, ComnlainaM against ' Childs & Witherspoon, and Thomas If Howland, Defendants. r|^he defendants, Childs &. Witherspoon J- not hiving entered their appearance and given security according to the statute and the rules ot this could ; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affida vit, that the said defendants are not inhabi tants ot this District—on motion of the said complainant, by his counsel, it is ordered that the said defendants do appear hereof! the 1st day of November term next, and an swer the bill of the complainant ; and that the other defendant, Thomas II. Howland. do not pay away, couvey, or secrete the debts by Him owing to, or the estate or ef fects in his hands belonging to the said ab sent defendants until the further order or decre? of this court ; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted for two months successively in one of the public newspa pers published in Alexandria ; and tint ano ther copy he posted at the fiont door of the court house of said county. A copy Teste. EDMUND I. LEE, C. C june 10 Was Committed. TO the jail for the county of Alexandria on the 3d inst. as a runaway, a negru mat. called BEN HENDERSON, supposod to be the property of George Thornton, of King George county. The sa:d negro is about 50 years of age ; 5 feet 6 inches high ; bald nead ; and a shoemaker by trade. The owner is desired to come prove property, pay charges, and take hirn away, otherwise he will be disposed of as the law directs. ANDIV. ROUNSAVELL, September 8 jailor. 100 Dollars Reward. RAN away on the 28th of April, from ■ the farm of the subscriber, in Dogue Neck, Fairfax Co. Virginia, negro HAKKY, aged about twenty three years, about rive feet ten inches high, very black, well built, has a considerable impediment in hi? speech, when spoken to evinces much co fusion, and replies almost unintelligibly: had on when he left home, a much worn suit of domestic cloth. 1 have every reason to believe that he i?endeavoring to pass fora free man. and as such went oft' in some of the hay craft du ring the late fishing season. All masteis of vessels are forewarned from harboring or ta king into their employ said negro, under pe nalty <4 having the. law rigidly enforced a gainst them. 1 will give twenty dollars, if taken in the county of Fairfax, or districted* Columbia ; if beyond that distance, the a hove rew ard, provided be is secured in jail •‘/hat I get him again. WM. MASON. Charles County. Md. June 1. The editors of the National Intelligencer and Baltimore Federal Gazette will insert the above until forbid, and send their ac* counts to Tort Tobacco for payment. June 11 H 100 Dollars Reward. I WILL give the above reward to ary person who will return to my posses sion, negro LAWRENCE, tvho assumes the sirname of FEN WICK. This tellow left my farm, on the Wicomico river, in Charles county, Aid. on the Ctb July, in consequtnce of his own outrageous conduct towards my overseer. He is a negro of a fire erect fi gure, good features, asmooth black skin, rather above the middle stature, of a youth ful appearance for one ot thirty years of age, and of great plausibility ana na.ural smartness. His ears grow remarkably close to hts head, and on the inside of his lower lip he has a while mark or spot. I purena sed him 4 years ago of the estate of Airs. P. H. Courts, of this county. I am led (by ciri umstances which have come to my know ledge since he absconded,) to believe that he will endeavor to make his way to K^ng George county, V3. ; should he not take this route, he will probably be met within tlie District of Columbia, or in the upper counties of this state, on his way to Ptuip syi\ania. lappnhei.d he will change his name, and it committed to jail. let use to state to whom he belongs, as the misconduct which preceded his tfeparture, L his ab sconding. have alt appeared since to have been premeditated. He took all bis clothes w ith him, of w hich he had a iarge number ; among them—a new bearskin over-coat, a long close-bodied blue coat, a pairoi stri ped jean pantaloons, one or more white waistcoats, besides many articles 01 coarse cioatiung ; these, however, be w ill pro! ably exchange, or sell them for cash to defray his travelling expenses. 1 will give the above reward to any per - son who w ill bring him borne to me, or HU Y liOLIJiRS if confined in jail, and notice given me, so that I recover him.— Should he be taken out of tbe state, I will also pay all reasonable costs and charges which may attend the bringing him home. 1. T STODDERT, \Ve«t Hatton, near Alien’s Fresh Post Office, Charles county, Maryland, aug. 6 dtf Aromatic Snuff, For Catarrh b Heal ache. T’lIIS Snuff, as celebrated for its a^ree bit fragrance as for its efficacy in the cure* of recent catarrh and slow nervous headache, is used and approved by the pre sent professor of ebemistry in the. universi ty 01 Cambridge, Mass. And by some of the most respectable gentlemen of the faculty in the United States—It is also particular ly recommended by Dr Waterhouse, late professor of the theoiy and practice of phy sic, in the above seminary—whose certifi cate accompanies each bottle.—Sold by • JAHES KENNEDV & SON, Sole Agents for Aleiardria