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V'oZ xxlin SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1823._[No 6363. tub steamboat Y O T O vi A C 5 TAS commenced her usual route, which I JL will not he cnanged without due no tice oeiug given. Leaves Richmond on Sun lay morning, at 6 o’clock. City Point alter the arrival of the stage from Peters burg and Norfolk, at 9 o’clock, on Vltm day morning, touching at Old Point Com- , ort; arrives at Alexandria and W asbiug- j tun on Tuesday morning, j luturntm; : Leaves W ashington at 8 o * clock, Alexandria at 0, on Thursday mor ning, arrive* at Old Point Comtort and N vrtolk on Friday morning, and proceeds direct to City Point aud Richmond. Prese.it rates o* fare, including meals | and table drink, between Washington and Norfolk, d.II; Alexandria and Ni>rto!k d.lo 5o; between Norfolk and City Point p.4; between Norlolk aud Kichmoud d,j. The Potomac Steun Boat Company having extended their line Irom Notlolk to City Point and Richmond in consequence of'he failure*)! their repealed applications to the James River Steam Boat Company ,ti> lower the iare, so as to encourage trav elling on this route between Richmond arm Washington, now have to congratu hte the public *.ii their complete success in obtaining the object. Travellers will at once see the advantage ot making their arrangements so as lo do all their travel ling on the day the Potomac runs m.rch 18_1_ I I ITS. J. II. RUSS ELLS HAS just rec a 31 uis nrw commission Hat and Shoe Store, Kmg-street, several cases >ol' Elastic Water RrooJ Hats, ot long knaps and newest fashion, from the we'i known manufactory ot Messrs Lam-011 and Clap, of rtaltunore, which will be sold tor cash only, feb 25 ____ _ — District of Columbia, County of Alexandria. t TAT"AS committed to the jail ot this ‘ y V county, on ttie 22d iust. a black , man, who cat!? himselt Richard Veters; and says h- is the property of Messrs. Cray v* Pankey, tobacco mauufacurers, of Kichinond, Va He appear* to be about 27 yeara oi age, 5 feet, ti inches high, well made and quite black, ih ere are no vi sible scars about nim. 1 tie owner oi owners of said negro are lequesled to j come forward, prove property, and pay charges, olhei wise, he will be disposed ot ! as the law directs, _. ANDKEW kounsavell, apr 24 law2m_>::tl|or. Lectures and Lessons, Jn English Grammar Geography, Penman " skip l) raving, a nd I'ainti ng INFLUENCED by the encouragement of a lew resprctable families, 'he -ec on i time, the subscriber re>pecttu!iy an pounces having commenced teaching ttie above branches ot radical and polite learn ing . , His system is the result ot sixteen years experience, hi teaching ; and is parlitu Ldy adapted to youdi over 12 years ot (in Jjtflpct private Mol ^xctvu injf 12.) who being all engaged m one ex ercise at (he same time, having the con slant attention ot the teacher, and having tune tor reflection and stu * , give confi . d*»nl hope** of perlectiou I he system is first by lecture to lurnish tneir minds u»ih ideas, and prepare them to act , and secondly, by prac ical lessons to brmg^ their idea-5 into act v* utility, I bu>, con firming them in a plan ot study, by wbic.i they can always assist themselves rtj lecture, thus we are instructed passively J t.y practic'd lessons, active y. «0 » '* not -uiiicient that we ^ee and hear others fpeak and write ; but we must aUo use cur own memben, and see, speak and write forourselve Whether, then, hould we rest our hopes «.t a finished radical education, on tue ticp'ing v.l*<ud$ ot chimerical theories, watted about by popular lantacy, and sic k brained prejudice, or on the Ionic stable pillar of rational experience ? Whether be directed by the dazzling effulgence of nocturnal lashions (a? in Uw ball room and theme,) or the uniform placid light of sober reason, and unerring truth • Whether, io fine, implicitly rely on the evanescent notions, and ephemeral lama tu-s of feminine weakness, or on the con solidated ideas, sound judgment and ve^ ter^n strength ot masculine expellence. i be choice cannot be doubtfulwith le* fleeting minds. F, M'L'nLADi. Author of English Grammar, penman shin, iJraving an>i Painting, VC. The I KKMS are 5 dollars tor *4 les son* m each branch ; or, it more than one •*>'ii>llai$ pci quarter >ear, ol S lesions each week \ claw of young lad'es is in tebJfc.J to be organized at AIr. (Jeheres >;seiii' ly room. 1 he young gentlemen's class, for the present, meet at Nr. Bever ley's ottice, on 1 hu.’S lay, I" riday and Sa turday. at 2. -Young ladies torni inx a class, w ill be attended at any ot^ tueir own homes, which they appo*nt ^ Books, maps, globes, iic. lurm-hed I’ MX’ _ apnl ^9___1L Clover 8ecd, RES!! and o! <>iperior quality, just received, and lor sa'f <»y A. C.CAZEJ>OVEfcCe. Jiar IS LHats & Shoes. Just Received | By the Subscribers A lull supply ol ladies' black ana cotorea kid and morocco slippers Ladies do do plain and figured satin do Misses do do kid and morocco do Children’s leather and morocco boots and 'hoes Men’s tine (and low priced) lined and bound do Large and small boys do do do also, Men’s and boys’ imitation beaver and low priced FUR HATS Men’s and boys’ uiack & white wool hats t do do Leghorn (very nice) do LlkKWISE, ONK CASK Ladies' Leghorn Bonnets. A few cases la»1i»*s’ ,'traw do A teiv missed Leghorn gipseys (very nice) AH the above articles will be sold cheap for CASH, TRUK &. HARMON, april 15_ Hw i KhiM OV\L | BOOTS? SHOE .making rstabluhment “ f j 'ML subscriber has remove*! next uoor I to Mr. Bra-smgton’s, on King street, and near the intersection ot King and Roy al streets. He makes boots and shoes of every description of the best quality, and ot first rate materials ; he intends constant ly to employ the best ot journeymen ; la dies may be accomm (dated with boots and shoes of the newest lasiiion, and in the fine-t style Country meicbants and others will be supplied upon the most fa vorable terms. He hopes mat from his attention to busi ness, & lue superiority^, bis workmanship when he formerly resided in this place, that he will obtain a portion of public lavor. He pledges himself to u^e his utmost ellorts to please his customers. MATTHEW SEXSMITH febfl_I For Sale, , THE LAND & HOUSE on Stump * Hill, lately owned by Mr. Nor ton, being about TWENTY ON E ACRES well enclosed; on the lit tie river turnpike road, - imies irom Alex andria The garden contains many valua ble shrubs, vines, and fruit tree-. The siWiafion is handsome and healthy. Possession may be had immediately— The time of payment will be reasonably extended to suit the purchaser. WM C RANCH. March H, la wit in went. y- > The subscriber wishes to rent ft ivyK f*»r one or more years, bis wharf 1**2? a nl warehouse- The warehouse Sjw5* 3 siones highi fire proof, and having e*ery convene uce for an extensive buboes*- Tr whan is 111) feet in length, and 4'J :u Di> id:*-. anl ha* water of suffi cient dept lor tire <r£e*: vessels. JONAH THOMPSON a us: 15_ _tj_ For Sale, r The house at present occupied by Mr-John Corse, on King st. T^»«]b“tween Fairfax and Rnxal «ts. This prope-ty is n well known as being among the n.o-t desirable in town, that a particular description ii deemed unnecessary. Porse-*;m may !•« had on the 1st July next Inquire ot KOBhKT ANDERSON, april 8__l_Hn -M To let, The convenient brick house on Wa’er-street, adjoining Mi. John Hunter’s pioperty, and 'ately oc cupied by captain Wts’on. Also, a good front room in a ce ral situation. Terms moderate. JOHN GIRD. I apnl 28____*M_ Charles County Court, /litgust Term. 1822. ON application to 'he Judges u( Charles County Court by Petition in writ j jog, of Randolph R. Moore, ol Charles • County, lor the benefit ot tbe act oi As sembly, for the reliel ot Insolven1 debtors, passed at November session 180,5. and tbe several supplements thereto, on tbe term* mentioned theiein, a schedule ot his prop erty and a list of creditors, on oath, so far as he can ascertain them, being an nexed to his petition and being satisfied by competent testimony, 'ha' tbe said Randolph B. Moore, has resided two years immediately preceding the time ot his application, in tbe State ol Maryland, and 'ting also satisfied that tbe said iCm.olpb B. Moore, is in actual confinement, tor debt and for no other cau«e, and the said Randolph B Moore, having entered into bond with sufficient security for his pers onal appearance in Charles l minty Court, to answer such allegations as Ins credi ors may make agamst torn—ills lueremre oidered and adjudged, that ’he s*id Ran- . dniph B. Moore, be discharged from ini' j prisonment, and that by causing a copy of . this order to be inserted in some one ot j the newspapers edited in the District ot j Columbia, once ?» week for two months successively, before the June I eiiu ot thi* Court be give notice to his creditors io appeal before the said court, at rort Tobacco in the said county, on the said ( next I line Term of this Court, for the pur* pose ut recommending a tius'ee tor their benefit, and to shew cause, it any they have, why the said Randolph 13. Moore, should inM have the benefit cd the several in Kent laws of hi* state as prayed. Test. JOHN 13AKNCS, Clerk. jaP. 1C. For Sale or Freight. *43T The good sclioon’r MAR^ , Dean .'•'jfcalSmith, master ; burthen about 625 barrels, and in good order lor a voyage. Apply to JOHN H. LADD &, Co. Who have for sale by sain vessel, 1100 bushels Turks Island salt 40 barrels N, E rum ! 4 casks seal oil april 8 Best Chewing Tobacco. p* p* Kegs and halt’kegs of manut'ac r \ r \ lured tobacco, 8’s, l2’s, A: pound twists, Barclay’s brand, warrant ed superior to any in the dis trict ; just received bv the .-chooner i fn nessee, Irom Richmond, and lor sale by JOHN D. BROWN, agent, mar 1___I DYING., rr^HE subscriber -till continues to car J. rv on the Dying Business as usual, a few doors below the Mechanics bank,where Black, Bl lie, Green, lellow, Brown, Lead, and a variety of colours can be given to dresses, shawls, &c. Leghorn bonnets dyed or bleached. Meri no shawls scoured and dyed lemon color, without injuring the border. All orders from tow n and country, will l»e particular ly attended to with punctuality and des patch. ROBERT G. LAN PH! EH march 13 ti Bolting Cloths. JONA7’HAN JANNEY, has for sale an assortment oi Bolling Cloths of Superior Quality. All orders trom Millers or others will be particularly attended to. A constant supply ot Ground Plaster, for sale by the ton, barrel oi bushel, at very reduced price. • i^y-Casiigiven lor empty barrels. 9 rao 9 2a wtf A. C. Cazenove & Co * HAVE received by the last arrivals 50 bale* domestic cotton goods of every description 1 bale sup fine -atfinetts 5ono lbs cotton yarn (superior quality !5o keg* cut nails, all sizes 2o bale* Alabama cotton 6o basket* fresh Bordeaux *alad oil Also, by the Robert Fulton, arrived at New York, from Lrvhpool. 5 trunk* cambric piiq's and calicoes 1 ca*e steam loom ‘Stimiings, by tbr Germania, at Baltimore, Irom Bre men 12 bales Burlaps 2 cases best Ticklenburgs apr 8 Withers Washington are now opening a very neat assortment of STRING GOODS: consisting ol Irish linens and long lawns Russia and lri.-h sheeting Superfine and low priced calicoes Plaid and stripe Cambric Ginghams Plain and figured bock muslins Jaconet* &i swiss do Book muslin hdkfs Cambric and common Dimities Striped levanlines and Grosde Naples Linen cambric ano cambric Imkls Plain and figured Crnton crapes Merino points and Zelia hdkts Flag and Bandanna hdkfs 4-4 k. 6 4 cotton cambrics jaconet do april 5 tf loiter Ale & Cider. f I *HE subscriber has now ready lor de 1 livery, and will keep constantly lor sale, at thestore formerly occupied by Mr. J.Green, at the oyster dock whart, very Jhol bottled rorter, Ate ana Crab Cider, either by wholesale or retail- Customers in town, may always have it DELiyEHEU AT THEIR HOUSES without any acid it innai charge, as he has a man employed tor that purpose HIS LIQUORS W ARRAN'i KD GOOD, or no charge.—Country customers can alway« be supplied, on the shortest notice and \ery best terms. A general Assortment of Groceries for sale as usual. 25.tH)0 lbs HOPS, just received and lor sale by THOMAS WHIT I LK, april 19 _AGE A T. The Subscriber HAS received per schooner Cent, and for sale 19 coils patent'eordage, Lewis A* Co’s manufacture 2 bales Alicant floor mats JOHN RUMNEY. april 19___— Whiskey, Bacon, etc. LINDSAY & HILL have just received from Philadelphia 30 birds rye whiskey IN STORE, 30,000 wt. Cumberland bacon 6 hbds fmt qualify N O sugar 50 kegs Ohio butter 150 bushels clover seed, and FAMILY FLOUR, apr 1 ?f Something New ! . FATL &: fortune have combined to ren-j der this establishment the certain se- I curity of good luck to those adventurers w ho may embark their money in chances in the several lotteries now presented to them tor patronage and support- The im mortal Washington certainly deserves the trophy of a monument, and the tame of Maryland founded upon her glorious de fence of Fort McHenry, ought lo insure the admiration ot the lespective states, as well as to induce the citizens ot each lo do all in their power to promote its prosperi ty and welfare it is under those circum stances confidently hoped, that our town and neighbor mg counties will not lack of that eutigy and liberality which so dis tinguishedly marked them, but like true Virginians assist in giving celerity to the father o! his country, and at the same time a fiord pecuniary aid lo a sister state. First lotteiv lo he drawn in Baltimore is the U'JiSHlAGTOA MO At MEAT LOTTERY, 6th class. View the splen did-cheme. The following arc the nu merous capital prizes, viz. r'v ii • » ivA/i ¥A_11_ IU|VVU r/UIIUl» 10,000 Dollars 10,000 Dollars 5.000 Dollars 5.00 Dollars 2.000 Dollars 2,000 Dollars 2,000 Dollars I jO VU I J\Ji in I j 1,000 Dollars 1,000 Dollars 1,000 Dollars 1,0U0 Dollars 1,000 Dollars 1,000 Dollars I 1,000 Dollars fl*c. ice. I>ot two blanks to a prize, atn the whole lottery to be completed in six teen drawings only, under the superinten dence ol the commissioners appointed by the governor and council. Whole Tickets D\0 Quarters 2i Halves 5 Eighths H To be bad in the greatest vaiiety of nuui hers RtJNNELT.S’S Fumtd Fortunate Lottery 0'hce, King-st. grand state lottery OF MARYLAND, NO. 2, 8100,000 Highest Prize. Begins drawing in the city of Baltimore on Wednesday, the 28th of May, and will progress under the superintendence ot the Commissioners appointed by the Cover-, nor and Council 8CUEME. 1 prize of Si00,060 is $$100,000 1 prize of 2t>,000 is 20,00t> 2 prizes of 10,000 is 20,000 2 prizes of 5,000 is 10,00; 20 prices of 1,000 is 20,000 50 prizes ot 100 is 5,000 60 prizes of 50 is 3,000 6000 prize? of 12 is 72,000 O^y-Orders from any part of the United Elates, by mail (post paid) or by private conveyance enclosing the cash or prize tickets in any ot the Baltimore lotteries, will meet the usual prompt and punctual attention, addressed to J. H. RUN NELLS, Lottery and Exchange Office, Kingst. Alexa. april 29___ For Freight, to the West In dies, or Coastwise, rL The fist sailing new -cbooner jjg? NONSUCH Jas. P- Martin, mas ter, will carry about 550 Bbls is in fiue order and mi^ht be sent on a voyage in 3 or 4 days. Apply to T. H. HOWLAND april 29 3t For Freight, foLT The sch.-. MIND, W- Rogers, &>L%.master; carries about 800 bbls; is a good vessel and will be teady for a car* go in three days. „ Apply to WM. FOWLE&Co. apnl 19__ For Charleston & Savannah, LiLjf The good scliooner MYS'IC, ttSJgAbiel Gore, master; burthen about 1'JOO bbls. and will be ready to load in a lew days. Also, For Boston, Lfif The good schooner MARY SS&SPfcAK, Robert Perry, master; burthen 750 bbls. and will be ready to load to-morrow- Apply to apri! 15 JOHN H. LADD & Co. For Charleston, S. C, The scliooner MINERV A, Nick jJ&Jiierson, master; burthen about 625 bbls.; a good vessel, and can be dispatch ed immediately. For J5os>ton, The schr. FOUR BROTHERS, CCcapt Nicherson; burtl^n about 650 bbls Sbe is a good vessel, and now rea« dy to load. Apply to JOHN H. LADD k Co. JVho have Jot sole ly said vessels, 85 tierces new Rice 100 bbls tar 4 casks superior lamp oil 11 casks vinegar 20 boxes mould candles 8 boxes oranges 12 casks butter 2 bbds rectified ruin 4 bbls rose Cinnamon, anniseed, kc Peppermint cordial 4 bale? upland cotton 40 reams wrapping paper, apr J22___ CORN PURCHASED BY J. //. Ladd ( o. THE Dll a* INGh Ai li a.Nu ! Sirth Class oj the Washington MONLMEM LOTTERY, Will commence drawing on the \ithqf' next month. C^T Early adventurers have a decided advantage, a? the prize? only will be drawn, and consequently there will te no risk vt a blank until all the high prizes at© drawn, SCHEME. 1 prize of £2u,ooo is S2o,ooo 2 prizes of 10,000 is 2o,ooo 2 prizes of 5,000 i* 10,000 3 prize? of 2,000 is G,';oo 8 prize* of l,ooo is 8,000 50 prizes of loo is 5.000 loo prizes of 5o is 5,000 2oo prizes of 2o is 4.000 5,ooo prizes ol In is 5o,ooo The whole to be completed in 10 draw* mgs only. Whole tickets ulO Halves . 6 I Quarters 2 50 I Eirfbth* 1 25 The drawing of tbe 'Maryland State Lottery Ao. 2^. Wdi commence on tbe 28th next month. HIGHEST PRIZE One Hundred Thousand Dollars! SCHEME. 1 Prize of ‘7/100,000 is 7/100,000 1 Prize of 20,000 is 20,ouO ZPiizesof 10,000 is 20,000 2 Prizes of 5,000 is 10,ou0 20 Prizes of l,t00is 20,000 50 Prizes of 1WU is 5,oCt> 60 Piizesof 50 ia 3,C0O 0000 Prizes of 12is 7Z,uO0 The whole scheme will be completed in TWENTY DRA WIVES 0.\LY. W hole tickets i>l2 . Quarters 3 00* Halves t> I Eighths 1 bO S k Al. ALLEN k Co will pay the CASH lor prize- sold by them in lie above Lotteries, as soon as drawn. Tbe draw me ol the UNIVERSITY I ,UTT E R Y. Second Class, will commence on the bib of next month.. Capital prizes are Dto,oou lo,ooo, 5 ooor 4,ooo, 3,ooo. 2>oo»» kc. &c. Tickets Dll), shares in proportion Ticket.** and shares, in a great variety of? numbers in the above lotterie? loi saie al ALLENS . Lottery and Exchange Office, Pennsylvania avenue, W afchingtou i ty. Approved endorsed notes, payable niter the drawing, receded in paymeui lor tick eta. (T^rOrders from any part ol the United States, by mail (post paid) or by private conveyance, enclosing th* cash or prize tickets in any ol the Ba'liinore lotleiies, will meet the usual prompt and punctual attention, addressed to. S. &A1 ALLEN k Co, Washington City, D C. april 29__ Caution. \LL persons are lorwarned from pur chasing the following TOR Act 0 NOTE, the same having bn n lost or mis laid, and a new one substituted;—the de" livery ot the old one stopped. U S- No. 224, 1134, 110, 1024, Inspected 2d Au gust, 1822, al Thornton Waiehcuse Signed JOHN MUNCASTER. Inspector. DAN. Al NROE. april 15I w 'v The Alexandria BATHS, ARE now in complete order, fitted up in a superior style, and w 'll he ready for the accommodation ol the publie on the first ol Alay. As thi* establishment has received the unqualified approbation ot tbe physicians, it is unnecessary to say more in its recommendation, than, that strict attention will be gi\en in its man ageoienl, and faitblul male and lemal* servants provided, ‘leims: .subscribers ; with families 8 dollars ; single per-ons 6 dollars; three warm baths 1 dollar; lour ! cold baths I dollar; single batbi 37i cents. One half of the subscription n oney will be i expected in advance, and tbe balance on I the 10th July. ELIZABETH LAUS. april__ Female ‘ Hamiltonian’ School. T\ HE citizens of Alexandria ate respect* X fully inioimed, that MISS WHEAT proposes to establish a schuol amongst them, under the immediate superinten dence ol Mrs. Whkat; in which, £*>/$• exclusively, will be taught spelling! read 1 mg and writing, at S dollars per quarter,* Arithmetic, English graimrer, geography, the construction ol maps and use ot the globes, at 6. * Those who may he disposedto patron ise this institution, are requested to com municate their wishes to J. Thomas V heat, ot the male ‘Hamiltonian* school whose aid will be extended to this, by ar ranging and directing its operation. It encouragement be given, the school will be opened forthwith, near the cornel* ot Prince and Eayelte*streets. april SI_. Maryland Tobacco, Purchased hj JOH^ H LADD I Co. GINSKNG PURCHASEIJ BY _ dec 7 y.AAi’L AJESSSfiSMlTH.