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I ~ xx i ”~ FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, c*30. fNo "796 1 \ 0 J __ - I For Freight, The schr. SUSAN, A. Bax |pr, master, burthen 9oo bbls,; will Pizbt to any northern port. Apply to " A. ADAMS, Central whart ffers for sale her cargo of l2o tons paris. tN STORE, li!» English duck, No. I to 4. ;) Russia do Ravens ids prime molasses Ns coffee lbs i*ie leather ) galls. Linseed Oil hbls tanners oil bJs VV. 1. rum boxes mould candles galls. Copal Varnish tons Russia Hemp^ tons cordage_3t_maY 1° yv Boston or Portland, The new and superior brig PAYMASTER,Cushing Prince,mas now loading—will sail in all next nd take some freight hr either ot V%P?rtS‘ f d * Also for Freight, Schr. ADAMS, capt. Thorndike, lurlben about 1 loo bbls, a new $r supe s*l, £ will be r**ady for a cargo in 2 Apply to WM FOWLED Co have received by the above schr fin ,, halfpipes, quarter and halt quarter Id Madeira w ine, from the house el Co.__may13 For Freight, The schr. MELISSA, C. Swann, paster, burthen 75o bbls. will be ) Jo<»d in a few days. ^ rto JOHN l\. LADt) Sl Co. nr for sale the cargo of said schr ol M feet merchantable lumber casks cut nails, assorted sizes 13_» For Freight, ; The <1 op EXPRESS, John r ~*Knight.. master, burthen Goo barrels, win be ready in three days for a freight to any eastern port. Apply to y JOHN H. LADD «$* Co. Also for Freight, jj*: Ehe f ist sailing a*«d new brig J^OOLUMBUS, burthen 12oo barrels, now hi complete order for the reception of a carg^, which she will take to any eastern or West Indian port. Apply as above, may U__ For Boston, The fine schnr. MORG1ANA, E. ^^[Tawes, master, haring two thirds oi W cargo on board, will sail immediately: *rr frieght of 3oo barrels, or passage, apply lo JOHN’H. LADD & Co. inarch lo __ For Freight, i£f The brig TROPIC, Lemuel Saw .gaatver. master, burthen about -boo bar or 4oo hhds. is an excellent vessel, in complete order, and will be ready foi a car* poina few days. Apply to WILLI AM FOWLE & Co. Who have for sale her car go,of 13o,000 feet oi merchantable lumber may G___ For Freight, $$£ The ship WILHELM IN A, carries ; *$$lfc4oco Lb Is. or 53o hh<ls. ot tobacco. Si»H is in complete order, and ready to taKe acargoon board immediately- Apply to WM. FOWLE & Co. For Boston, • Sri? The schooner OSPRAY, captain t£7^,Lonng. is now loading,will take a few’ Lundredbarrels on freight. Apply to WM. FOWLED Co. Also for Freight, 7»ae superior schr. PLANIEK. Tlldcaptian Drinkwater, burthen about Moo bids, will be ready for a cargo in four iby*; will take freight to any port. may 3 Apply as above. For Freight, The sb>op lifcli 1 * * Captain SiSiS^NVright, burthen about 600 barrels. She is an excellent vessel, and will takfi freight either for the W Indies or coastwise, Apply to JOHN H. LADD & Co. April 27 ___ -- For Boston, The good schooner PK1SCILLA, iTV'tfii^atnp<8 Crowell, master—she will be ready to load ia three days, has half ot her cargo engaged For freigot ot 300 bbls. ap ply to JOHN H. LADD Sr CO Who hive for sale afloat, received by *aid vessel, and schnr. Mary and Polly, _ Mo tons plaster Paris_apnl -° For New-York. , ( The sloop MARFJANE, Graves. , _ih«rthen 3oo bbls. ready to load, anu ivillbe dispatched imemdi^tely. Also For Freight, The sloop Eagle, J. C. Wright -“Sliflinmaster, burthen 75o hbls.—she is an fcxcellen vessel and will soon be ready to l°ad. Apply to J. H. LADD, 4* Co, Who have for sale received per sloop Eagle and now landing. 118 hhds Mnscovado sugars. 5 bags green cofiee. _april 18 For Boston, The brig HERO, L. Hall mas „ . ter, will sail early next week, and take 500 barrels on freight. Apply to WM. FOWLE CO. BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS. Grand National Lottery. THIRD CLASS. WILL commence drawing in the city of WASHINGTON, on THURSDAY the 1st of June next. 50,000 Dollars Highest Prize ! (KtSCHEME. 1 prize of 7)50,000 is 7)50,000 1 25,000 25,000 1 10,000 10,000 4 5,000 20,000 70 1.000 70,000 50 100 5,000 10,000 12 120,000 10,127 Prizes. 7)300,000 19,873 Blanks. 30,000 Tickets. Not two Blanks to a Prize. The prize ot 25,ooo dollars floating alter the 10th day’s drawing. The prize of 00,000 dolls, floating after the 25thday’s drawing, One prize ot 10,000, 4 of 5,000, 70 of 1000, &c. ALL FLOATING from the commencement of the drawing. Prizes subject to a deduction of 15 per cent discount. Thirty drawings—looo numbers each day. ' The first 5,ooo blanks entitled to 12 dolls, each On the 15th of MAY next, tickets in this Lottery will advance to 13 dollars. Until then they may he had a3 follows : Whole tickets 7)12 1 Quarters 7)3 00 Halves G j Eighths I 50 For the lucky numbers apply at ALLENS’ Lucky Office, Near Davis’s Hotel, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington City, Where more CAPITAL PRIZES were obtained in the preceding Cass ot this Lot tery than any other office in the District. Orders by mail, or otherwise, promptly attended to. april 27 Liverpool Course Suit Afloat. riiWENTV-FIVE HUNDRED bushels L coarse salt,on board the ship Commerce, captain Rose, from Liverpool, at Central Wharf. Also, 300 bushels English potatoes, For sale by W1I. FOWLE & CO. Was Committed, rO the jail for the county of Alexandria, as a runaway, on the 6th inst. a negro man who cads himself TOM, and says he is the property of John Soper, living about four miles from Upper Marlborough, Aid. I he said negro is about 26 years ot age, five leet seven inches high, ot a yellow complexion, stout and square made, has on a drab coat and domestic pantaloons. The owner is de sired to come, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed ol as the law directs. ANDREW ROUNSAVELL, may 8 tu2m jailor. Was Committed, rO the jail for the county of Alexandria, as a runaway, on the bth inst. a negro man who calls himselt GEORGE, and says he is the property of Eleanor Ridgway, in Prince George Co. Md. about six miles from Upper Alarlboro’. The said negro is about five feet five inches high, eighteen years of age, of a black complexion, and slender made ; has on a blue roundabout jacket, and domes:ic pantaloons. The owner is desiied to come, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, otherwise lie will be dispo sed of as the law directs. . ANDREW ROUNSAVELL, May 9 tu2rr. Jailor. w us Committed, TO the jail for the county of Alexandria, as a runaway on the 22d inst. A Ne gro woman who calls herself HARRIOTT, and says she is the property of Richard Jack son, Fairfax county, Virginia, near the Great Falls, and near the Cross Roads.— The said woman is about 18 years of age, very black, tall and straight—her dress is a black Canton crape, and green nett shawl, The owner is de ired to come, prove pro. perty, pay charges, and take her aivay otherwise she will be disposed of as the law diiects. ANDREW ROUNSAVELL, anril 24 Jailor. Was Committed, fpO the jail for the county of Alexandria JL as a runaway on tin- 22d inst. a negro man who calls himself GEORGE, and says he is the propeity of John Gantt, ot Fair fax Cy. Va. living near John Lewis. The said negro is about 5 feet 7 inches high; 22 years of age ; has on a roundabout jacket of domestic cloth, and his pantaloons of store cloth. The owner is desired to come, prove property, pay charges, and j take him away, otherwise be will be dispos ed of as the law directs. ANDREW ROCNSAVELL, Jailor, april t4 Buckskin Bootees, ftc. THE subscriber respectfully informs his frien is and the public that he has com- : menced the manufactory of buckskin boo tees, shoes and pumps. People who are troubled with corns, or have tender feet, will find their interest in wearing them not only on account of ease, but if worn with out stockings, they have in numerous in stances been efficacious of ridding the wear er of corns ; gloves, moccasons; suspenders. &c. SAM’L HATTERSLAY. King-street, sign of the BUCK. 03-Also the best Liquid Shining Blacking for sale. Dear’s hair. april 21 SELLING OFFCrlElP! Great Bargains may be had at Gaither & Earl's CHEAP STORE, IN the following goods, vig : Best Canton crapes, (black and other colors) Do do crape shawls Sarsenets, Senshaw’s sewing silks Bl ack florentines, blacK silk hdkts. Baftas, gurrahs, sannabs, Waltham shirt ings and sheetings Brown,shirtings oSeached do Handsome domestic plaids, chambrays, Checks, ticklenbuigs and burlaps Russia diapers, Russia sheetings, Brown Holland,'Irish linens and lawns Buckskin and beaver gloves Parasols, umbrellas, thulle lace, Merino shawls, ribbons, best kid gloves Levantines, Italian crape, black and white floreuce (assorted colors J Best twilled cords and velvets, shawls, Sewing cotton.muslins, cloths, casiineis, Superfine white flannel, callicoes Cambrics, mull mull muslin, Book muslin, best cotton cassimeres, Rich cotton shawls, Madrass handkfs. Checks, women’s fine cotton hose Men’s halfhose (black and assorted co lors) Bombazetts, best twilled, (black and assorted colors, do) English Bed Ticking, very fine Marseilles vesting, dimity,* fine steam loom shirting, nankeens, and merin) shawls, Brewster’s best hats Irish Linens Domestic Goods Canton Crapes AND Cotton lram. Will be sold at a very reduced price. April 2S dtf To Rent. And possession given immedi ately, that convenient two siory dwelling house on Duke-street,late ly oecujfed by the subscriber. The bouse contains six rooms, with an ex cellent kitchen, kc. and is situated in a most pleasant part of the town. To a good te nant it will be rented on moderate terms by applying to CHAS, CHAPIN. April 10 eotf Centre vile Hotel. JOHN BRONAUGH, informs his friends and the public in general, that on the 20ln ot December last, he removed to the new building, at the east end o! Centreville, which lias bee fitted up in a style well suit ed to the perfact accommodation of travel lers, and where a choice selection ol liquors will be constantly kept for their refresh ment. v There is atatched to this property, a good carriage house, together with an excellent stable, which will always be supplied with the best of hay and oats, and attended by a good ostler. Centreville is situated on the turnpike road leading from Alexandria to Fauquier Court-Honse, Culpeper, Staunton, kc. 21 miles from Alexandria and Washing ton, d April 7 A. C. Cazenove § Co. OFFER forsale landing this day, 200 Buenos Ayres Ox hides 25 hhds retailing mol lasses 20 hhds and bbls N. E. Rum 30 chests Hyson and Y. Ilyson tea. en titled to debenture. 5 pipes gin, 2 do best cognac brandy irv STORE, Murdock’s best L. P. .Madeira wine .Malaga wines Winduw glass ol every size Dupont’s gun powder Bear and dear skins. Also, A large assortment of American, British, German, Russia and India goods by the : package or piece, at reduced prices; and will purchase GINSENG, of a good quality, and Merino and common wool. April (3 Pork, Cotton, £$c. JUST received per the brig Geo. Hash- j ington— 0 bbls. of prime pork 10 half bbls of mess beef 16 bbls 2d qual. sugars By the schr. Sally Davis, 15U bbls. of tar By sloop Orlando, 4 hbds New-Orleans sugar. IS STORE, Bbls. of New-York beef and pork 20 bo-xessperm, candles 10 do tallow do 6 hbds molasses 15 bbls. of No. 1 mackerel at D.7 50 per barrel 700 oranges april 13 E. CORNING. Notice, TTtT AS committed to Fairfax county jail, V v by warrant from under the hand and seal of Isaac McLean a justice of the peace of the aforesaid county,negioSINGLFTON BIRD, as he calls himself, and says be was born free, and came trom the state of Mary land. The said Singletou Bird is about 23 years of age, 5 leet 8 or 10 inches high, yel low complexion, has two of his fore teeth out, and is a smart lellovy; his cloathing a blue country roundabout and dark pair of pantaloons and old hat. The owner, if any, i is requested to come forward, prove his pro- I perty, pay charges, and take him away, or otherwise he will be dealt with according to law. P. B. BRADLEY, Jailor. For RICHARD COLEMAN, Sheriff. April 17 jd2m Mellon’s Cough Drops. The m jst valuable Medicine ever prey ared,far COUCHS 4* CONSUMPTIONS jp HIS valuable and ir.ucli approved Medi * cine needs oniy a fair trial 10 recom mend itself to those who are afflicted, with obstinate coughs or complaints ot die lungs leading to consumption, such as d fficulty of breathing, pain in the side and great debili ty arising from violent colds, hacking coughs, asthmas, 4’C. Even in confirm* d consump tion where cures could not be expected, this composition has had The most happy effects, j This healing Balsam has also lately been u sed with the greatest success by many in the most distressing condition, who had become debilitated from inflammatory affections of the lungs, such as pleurisies, 4*c. where the best medical aid had failed to give any re lief, and even where they were considered entirely past recovery. The great esteem in which this composition i? held by those •that have given it a fair trial, has induced a lew of them of the highest respectability vol untarily for the good of those afflicted in the same way, to give certificates showing the , extraordinary relief they bad received from the use of it, many more certificates might be added, but the proprietors choose to let its own merits recommend it, the very great j demand for it, since its virtues have become known, induce them to give it a more gene | ral circulation. 1 hereby certify that my wife has for some ! time past been troubled with a violent cough, i and has been in delicate health some time, and after having tried many different things without g* tting relief, I bought for her a bot tle of Dr. Mellen’s Cough Drops, from the use of which a very short time she found great relief, and her cough has entirely left her, and she has regained her strength. JoIlN JENKINS. Hudson, Illh mo. 9th, 1818. Affirmed before mt this 9th Dec 1819. JOSEPH D. MON ELL, Recorder ot the City ot Hudson To the afflicted, whom this may concern l, Ros nnuh Barton do certify, that 1 look s violent cold in the latter part of ihe year 1818, which created a violent couch, and difficulty of breathing, which v as very dis tressing, till 1 procured a bo!tie of Doctor Mellen’s Cough Drops, and by taking a tew doses of (lie said drops. 1 was entirely cured of my cough, ano p • in in my side. KOSAMNA t> A iv 1 U. ife of Mr. Joseph Barton. Hudson, Ilth mo. loth 1819. This is to certify that in June, 1818. I was seized with a very distressing cough, pain in *ny side, great weakness of the lungs, an I u continued until July, 1819, which confined me to the hou*e, and part ol the time to my bed. 1 had tried every thing as 1 thought, but all in vain, 1 was at last induced to make trial of Dr. Mellen’s Cough Drops, which gave me immediate relief, increased my strength, and restored inv former sleep. I can with the greatest confidence recommend them to all that are atff.cted with those com plaints as a very valuable medicine NANCY BOURNE. Hudson, county of Columbia, state ol New York, Dec. 7, 1819. I, the subscriber, do hereby certify, that 1 was attacked with a violent and distressing cough, with pain in my side, which my phy sician thought would terminate in the con sumption. After trying a any tilings I pro cured a bottle of Dr. Mullen's Cough Drops, which after using a few days only, resloieJ me to health ana strength. ISAAC NUTT. ivinderhook, county of Columbia, stale of New-York, Oct. 18th, 1819. Copy of a letter from Mr. Jeremiah Robin son, Worcester. Mass, dated March 14th, 1820, to James Melien, 1 ludson, N. York. Sir—Your Cough Drops left with me last fall have met,.with a rapid sale, and 1 am happy to be able to say that those who have bought and used them, speak ot them in ‘he highest terms, and I have no Hesitation in saying they are a very valuable medicine foi the complaints Wry are recommended — Please forward me a further supply as soon as possible. Respectfully yours, JAMES ROBINSON. Copy of a letter from Messrs. Tracy k Bliss, Lansingburgh, New-York,dated Jan. 17th Sir—We are again out of your valuable Cough Drops, and wish a further supply sent on immediileh . Wc could procure the certificate you mention, but think it unneces sary, as they sell fast enough without any further proof of their good effects. Yours, Tracy & bliss. Each bottle contains two and a half oun ces, and frequently effects a cure. (£j-Be particular that each genuine bottle has ** Mellon s Cough Drops, patented in j 1819,” stamped on the bottle; and "J. j MELLEN, Hudson, N. Yd* on the seal; and that each ol the directions are signed in wri ting by JAMES MELLEN. Sold wholesale and retail by JAMES MELLEN, Hudson. N..Y. Who will supply dealers on liberal terms. j H H. SHIF.FFELIN & Co. 193, Pearl-street, New-York. Dr. WM. WASHINGTON, Alex’a. OHIO M. LI NTH I GUM kCo. Blay 2 Georgetown. To Kent. That large Hrick Warehouse at mVTe| t!ie vomer of King and West streets. h!®s': ^so» Brick Warehouse now oc £!La^cupied by the subscriber, which is tted up to accommodate a family. Also, Two frame dwellings and shops to tiie east of said Warehouse. Also, the brick dwelling house, now iu the occupancy of Mr. Lupton. Possession to be given on the 1st April. And, the brick dwelling occupied by Mr. Thomas Swann, Jr. Possession given the. 1st day of June ner.t. The above premises will he rented low, and »he whole or any part of the above va luable property sold on accommodating ims. JAMES SANDERSON. LO >KTO THE CENTREt THIS IS THE PLArE FOR Ease, Elegance, and Fashidlit l r - THE subscriber has btted up'his shop in a handsome stile, not surpassed by ! any in the District, tor the accommodation of those gentlemen w ho may please to tavor him with their custom, which he hopes to merit by the strictest attention to business. He has ori hand, a variety of articles of PERFUMERY, §c. which he will sell low for Cash. N. B. (ientlemen’s Hair Cutting done i*t the most fashionable style by ' WILLIAM DEVAUGHN. april 28 Royal-street, Alexandria* To Rent* MA Brick House oh Prince strt. neat Fairtax-street, at present occupied by Mrs. E King, ot the Circulating Library, possession can be b-1 by the middle of the piesent month.—LcquifC oi SOLOMON PARSONS. Jli the counting room of M. Miller 4* Soft* jnay 4 _ IlytuSt Proposals For Publishing by Subscription, THE »i ETCHES OF CHARLES ELILLIES, Esq, u %leui'- j i s at e* w , Correctly print'd from the English ediiitri, edited by himself +-i J1HE publishers in offering the above work A to an ^lightened and disci no mat mg public, feei confident of receiving that en couragement which has Hitherto been so li berally bestowed upon ail productions oi me rit. Among the many orators who have dis played their eloquence at the bar, both in America and in Europe, none have dclQ more successful in touching the finest tepi ingsof the heart, am exciting the noblest passions oi the soul, than Mi Phillips. Mis speeches are replete with metaphor, and possess, in a great degree ail that leJicitou* copiousness ol whmlitbe English language isso susceptible, fiis euiogium on the im mortal Washington, is oi itself a master piece ot eloquence, in his characterol Eo* napurte, he paintstthe actions o! that won* rieitul personage in language at once sub lime and imposing : wan *ij tin- cliasteiieU and precision ot an historian, he recapitu lates his movements Horn the cradle n> the camp—drocfthe camp to the throne—and lastly, trom the elevated station of an em peror to (hat oi an exile and captive—there* by confirming a truth, dial power unsuppurt^ ed by virtue is liable to wither and uecay.-^ His speeches on the various Crun. Con. ca pes, will be read with lively interest by all classes of readers ; and the citizens ol this republic, may, while perusing the immorali ties and vices ot Europeans, rejoice that in this country such a crime i- almost unknow n. His speeches on the Emancipation ol the Koin3.il Cdiholies oi lr6#rtn«i* nccii no coir ment—they speak for themseives—and un fold to mankind the history ot a class of men, w ho, although denied many political and c«* vii Pr,viiieges, nave always been known to be the friends oi their country in times of danger and in battle.—The American reader must view with indignation the various op* pressiorr under which a great portion ot that gallant and patriotic people at present labor ; and tk ages yet unborn” will lament the ex istence oi a code which prevents man from worshiping his Creator according to the dic tates of his own conscience. The publishers, therefore, feeling anima ted by a desire to present to the American public, specimens of sublime and chaste elo quence, w hit h has been so often exerted in the cause of benevolence and the noblest rights of human nature, with respectful dif fidence msite the patronage ot 3|| classes who arc interested in the display of national social, and forensic oratory. a, , HAWE & THOMSON. Alexandria, (D. C.)Fib. I, 1820. ^ CONDITIONS. 1. i he above work will be printed on firte medium paper, and a good type. • Each number will contain 24 pages of close letter press, the whole to be comprised in eight numbers, making a handsome octavo volume 3. One number will be delivered each week until the whole be completed.——Price 12 1-2 cents—-payable on delivery* 4. Asa weekly delivery may not be accefr table ft) all readers, those subscribers w ho prefer taking the volume complete may have it delivered to them, neatly done up in boards, price One Dollar, by paying 50 ct*; in advance. 5. 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