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Vol. XXIV] - SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1824. _|N*. 6542 For Amsterdam, The coppered brig Vh;J| PRO jHK§A> dames Allen, master, w II com mence loading immediately, and be Jis* patched in *11 (he pie*ent month 150 Lhds. freight will lie »Ken if early appli catioQ is made o 'ATVI. FO VLE > CO. Who have for salt said brig's cargo of 8000 bus.iels $t. (Joes salt june 8__ For Pern iin'mco nui a mar ket in Brazil. Toe schr* PfliiSlS, Jonathan X#A^Foater, master. burtnen about I loo bbls.; 9he is • lir-t rate vessel, an I the master experienced in that trade. In a few days she will he nere. and be dis* patched on )b*’*i:i'ug 600 barrels freight Apply to ,/OHM H. LADD & Co. june 8 For Hio de Janeiro ty Buenos Ayres, UT The «bip Portia. J. H Silliman. ]BBKin38lei“* 008 burthen a very superior vessel, coppered tc light water mark, and sails fast. She has splendid accommodations* will sail in 4 day*, and can take !0 pa^engers. il immediate ap plication is made to the master on board, or to /OHN H LADD & Co june 8 _**' For Vmsterdam, iXt. The well known ship GENE* jHIJrAL LING AN, Win* Crabtree, if. master; burthen about 6no bhds. tobac co. She is expected very shortly Torn Li verpool, and will immediately he dispatch ed on arrival, and can take 25o hhds. on freight it aoplie-^tion he made soon to rC* P 10HN If. DVDD^CO Who expect by sai l ship for sale, Liverpool coatee, and sack blown salt, and coal june 5 For St. Johns, Fi istp >rt, or Halifax, as Freight may oflT**r, x£T The good schr. MARIA, dames "fjfltRicbardson, master, burthen about ^HjdIs. and will be ready »o load in two davs. Apply to J. H. LADDv CO. Who have for sale on board said vestel, 70 bushels Plaister june 5 _ _ For Boston, iPbe good schooner WILLIAM $. NAM Y, Eh*rea*r 0’»«. 'nat ter, burthen a i >ut looo bbl’. will in a te davs be realv 'o load. <ud require* s »o tbi^ou b co. Who bare recM Hv ’»id ve”*l tor sale, 91 M of clear merchantable ami w»fu««e board’_™*v °9 _ For Freight, r£T The well koown brig COLUM Leonard Marbyry, master, burthTn about 1?00 bbls and will be rea dr .0 r»cei»e . «jg. & y Who have firrsale on board sai l ve=«el, 50 ton’ plaister_:^av For Freight, Jgfv The ’tiperior Schooner Bet NQj^y, John Tilton, ma-ter, burthen SSTiOO bbls. and will in a lew day’ be ready to load. She would take freight to the West Indie*, or coastwise Apply to JOHN H LADD at Co. Who have for sale, on bo*rd said vessel, from St. Andrews, 155 tons plaster paris 158 grind stones._''** *" Kent, ® That convenient two story Brick dwelling house, on Patrick, be tween King and Prince streets, now occupied by Mr. Jos. Eaches Possession may be bad on the 11th April. Apply to ISAAC GIBSON. 1ALSO, A small Frame House on Duke [street. Apply as above. feb 17_ For Sale, ®THE LAND& HOUSE on Stump Hill, lately owned by Mr. Norton, being about Twenty-oue Jicres, well enclosed; on the little river turnpike road, two miles from Alexandria, The garden contains many valuable shrub* vines, and Iruit trees. The situation is handsome and healthy. .... Possession may be had immediately. Tbe time of payment wilt be reasonably extended to suit the Pjjrcjw**^ .v,rH may 27—tf WM. CKANCH._ To Let, The House and Store formerly occupied by the subscriber, on tbe corner of Fairtaxand King streets 11 is considered a good stand lor '•any kind of business, and wdl be rented low to a good tenartt.—For term?, apply to THOMAS L. MARTIN, no? I ToLeV A convenient two story brick rdwelling house on Duke-st, one door west ot Patrick-street Also, __ comfortable frame tenement on .'f atrick-stcee.t, near the corner ot Duke — Also, about If acres of land, now inclosed, with a small Itarne bui ding thereon, hand somely situated on the Leesburg road a bout U miles from Alexandria be rent* Obf the above property will be nrisde low to good tenants. For terms apply ,n janio tf W. D. NUTT & Co. t Pout’* G-tiitpi>tfder, ^UPERIOR Sporting & all other kinds, J lor sale by the subscribers. Eagle Gunpowder, in Canisters, lor Sporting Du Font’s Eagle Powder is warranted quicker and stronger (ban any sporting Powder heretofore imported- The differ ent kinds ot Eagl»* Powder are ali of the same quality being manufactured Hv the same priwess and of material* ot equal pu rity—they differ only in the size ol the grain, Superfine sporting Powder, is made of two mzes. thelarge-it grain being designat ed by a red label w. h one star, and the inest grain by a blue label with two stars. v'o;n<' ot the Powder witn the red label tod one star is occasionally put up in murid papers to suit purchasers. There are also i kinds ot superfine Ea gle Powder ol very coarse grain, intended or water fowl shooting, one ol the size of musket powder, marked with the words *Duck Shooting' and the o*her as large as cann<m powder, mark-d ‘Sea Shooting.* Also, Gunpowder in kegs, warranted of the very hr-f quality; of the following kinds—F g'azed. FF glazed, FFF glazed, F rough, FF rough, FFF rough. A.C CAZENOVE&Co. Alexandria, June I »f James C. Robert Barry * LT WE just received an additional sup £1 ply of Neat and Seasonable Articles, which render-, their present stock of goods very complete, allot which will be sold low for Cash. . . Our customers who are in want ol GOOD IRISH LINENS, can be served with that article on the most reasonable terms. may 20 tf New Hardware & Fancy Store Corner of King and St. Asaph Stretts. JOHN C. MANDULL RES.PEC I'FULLY informs his friends and the public in general, that he has commenced the Hardware & Fancy Business, al the corner ol King tir St* Asaph streets, where he has just opened, and offers for sale, on the most reasonable terms, a very handsome assortment ol Hardware, Cutle ry, an I Fancy Goods, selected and pur* chased for ca«h,viz: Iron rim, stock, pad, cupboard and side board locks Hmges and screws, latches and holts Carnenters’ and shoemakers’ tools Stine thread, Allerton’s awl blades and tacks ! Boot webbing, Japaned tea tray«. waiters Bread tnvs, dres9ing-cases, brass candle stick ; Bell metal kettles, tinned iron tea kpttle3 i Saucepans, plated castors, candlesticks Snutfers and trays, morocco pocket books Needle bonks, Brittania coffee and tea-pots Ivory, buck, tip, and forbuck knives and forks , Desert kmves and forks . Be«t silver eyed needles . Go(d and silver epiolefs , Gold and silver thread and lace Swords and pocket pistols, powder flasks Whips and spurs, shaving boxes, brushes and soap 3 Emerson’s elastic razor strops Silver spectacles and tbimbles Silver pencil cases Cloth, table, hair, tooth and shaving I brushes BraS? and wire fender?, shovels <$• tongs , Andirons. J spanned spittoons, candle sticks Lamp8 and cheese trays Gilt mantle pier and looking glasses Mahogany and curled maple do. Opera glasses, commode and glass nobs Claw castors and table hinges Waldron's grain and grass scythes Tortoise shell tuck and side combs Ivory and dressing do. . Morocco, -ilk and Yorpershe reticules Wellington cravats fhoes, Roger-’* penknives, weeding and hilling And various other Articles, • all of which will be sold low for cash april 13___* I Liverpool Salt, &c. X. -oat. Samuel messeksmith offers for sale on board the sch’rs Liberty aod Lewis & Sarah. 1800 bushels Liverpool coarse salt 30 sacks do do do 200 Liverpool filled sacks blown do I Also landing from the schr Alert frorm Bo - ton 15 bags soft shell almonds \ Jj <J" P»P«do do [.fresh 20 do hrberts l 10 do English walnuts ^ 10 do pepper 1400 lb* Havana green coffee ILK) reams wrapping paper 6 boxes l Balter’s No 1, 9 & 3, and 20 half do S Lapham’s No 1 chocolate AI90, received per 9I000 Fanny, 60 bushels cloverseed at 13 Ml\OU W. GIUSON, Attorney at Law, ILL attend to any bu*ine9s which may be entrusted t»» his manage* I ment, in the Crcuit Court of Alexandria, t D. C. and the Superior and (Vunty Courts ot Fairfax, in Va and the 0 . .my Court of • Prince George, in Maryland His office is situate upon King street, in the town of Alexandria, near the Washington Hotel, march 6 I he Alexandria Museum h open in th^ forenoon ii«:m 10 to 1 e*» clock, and from 3 to 5 e'tilock afternoon CffAli L FjH brxxett I I AS imported *by the Massasoil, fro® II London, and offers lor sal**, ■Sheppard’s Regent*! blue and Mack cloth* An elegant assortment ot kerseymere.? Cot»on cambrics ol superior quality Rook, lackonet, and mollmull muslins Best English sewing silk? and twists, for tailor** u*e Aberdeen colored, W R, and best white stitching thread? Shoe (bread, ot various qualities. Linen and diaper twilled tape, printed calicoe? Misses’ and ladies* cotton hose, ot the first quality Rest treble gilt button8,and button mould? He daily expect?, from Liverpool, a considerable additional supply ol SPRING & FALL GOODS, consisting of point blanket*, stuff?, cMtl*?, kerseys, plains, carpeting?, hearth rugs, cambrics and olher muslins, ginghams, quillings, dimities Marseille? quilts, &c. &c, He ha? on hand, Irish linens sheet ings. Irish and Ru?sia shee'iog, diaper?, pins, seine twine, and a variety of other goods. jawb’wJune 1 Just Tiiliiiftlitui, TITE CAMPAIGN of 1781, /.V THE CAROLl\AS ; With remark? Historical and Critical, on Johnson’s Life ot Ureene. To which is added an appendix of original documents, relating to the History of tbe Revolution.—By H. Lep. For sale by may I J. A. s 1’ E ’A \R T. Tenth Ifrawin* of the UNIVERSITY lottery SECOND CLASS. Will take place on Wednesday billowing, the 19th inst. the I Ith drawing on Wed nesday the 26tb insL the 12th drawing on Wednesday Ihe 2d June; the I3th draw* I ing on Wednesday the 9th June; the Nth j drawing on Wednesday the loN) June; the 15tb drawing on Wednesday the 23d J une; the 16th and last day’s drawing on Wednesday following, the 30th J une. I he price of tickets will be advanced on the opening ot Ibe wbeeh on the I9lh inst. to 12 dollars rhe following grana capuai prizes are all still undrawn: 1 prize of $20,000 1 do of 10,000 1 do of 5,000 1 do of 4,000 1 do of 3,000 1 do of 2,000 Besides lOOOs, 600«t 200-, 100s. 50s, &c. Whole tickets dIO, halves 5, quarters 2 50, eighths I 25. Tickets and shares for sale in the greatest variety of numbers, warranted undrawn, at WJNNELI/S 7ruly fortunate Office, King street, Alexandria. ft will be recollected, that at Rnnnells’s j office there have been sold and paid more prizes than at any other office in the dis trict. K* may 13____ The Ylexandria Baths 4 KF. now in complete order, fitted up m a superior style, and will be rea dy for the accommodation of the public on the eighth instant As this establish ment has received the unqualified appro bation ot the physicians, it is unnecessary to say more in its recommendation* than, that strict attention will he given in its] management, andtaithlul male and female servants provided. Terms reduced, to suit tbe limes, as follows:—For families, d7 for the season; single persons d5; single baths 37J cts.; lour baths pi. One halt of the subscription money will be expect, ed in advance, and the balance on the IOth, July. ELIZABE'I H LAW 3^ may 6 _ — | Dissolution of Partnership. ; filHE subscribers having sold out their stock ani. store ” to Messrs E. & E. Heed, and now wishing lo cfose their con cerns, request all who have unsettled ac counts with them, to bring them forward for adjustment, and all who are indebt ed, to make payment forthwith, as all of our unsettled accounts, alter Uie pre sent month, will be put into the hands of an agent authorised to close them iramedi atelv SILAS REED, 3 ** DAVID REED. april 15_tf Notice. ff^he subscriber having purchased of Si JL las and David Reed, their TobaccotySegar Establishment ! trill oontinue the same business at the i place lately occupied by them; where be will have constantly for sale, by bis agent, Silas Reed, Best Spanish, ) Half Spanish, >SEGARS» And Common ) On the most favourable terms. april 16—tf_ELIAS REED._ Cotton Yam. r¥^HE subscribers have on hand a very JL large supply of this article, of the U nionand Powhatan factories, in Baltimore, which will be sold, by the quantity, at the Baltimore prices. Also, lb bales Pat' tersoo, New«Jersey, cotton yarn, which will be made an object to purchasers with a view of closing the salefl_ JAMES C. & R0BBRT BARKY, april If " MRS COTTRINGER’9 Seminary for Young Ladies. TERMS. BOARD, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Orthography, Arithmetic, History, Composition, Natural Philosophy, Chem ' istry. Geography, with the use ot Maps an.I Globes, Plain ami Ornamental, Nee dle work. Stationary and ashing mctud ed, (per annum) - d.160 Day scholars will he instructed in the above branches (per qr ) at 7 Selling, Reading, and V\ riting, 5 Piano, .... 15 Use of Piano, - - * • 3 Harp, ----- 13 Spam8h Guitar, • - - * 15 French, ----- 8 Dancing, ----- 8 Drawing and Painting - • 8 Paintihg on Velvet, - • - 8 Entrance to Music and Dancing, for beginners, - - - 4 Bed and bedding, a separate charge, il not tarnished by parents. Each young lady to find her own to«el«, tumbler, and spoon. Payment quarterly in advance Washjngi0n, May 6 2w H. P. Whitney,* HAS just received by the sioop Fanny, Capt Mitchell, irotn Baltimore, a general fashionable assortment ot ladies, inis*e«, gentlemen’s and children’s Leghorn and Chip Hats, of all qualities and prices, together with an elegant assoitment ot cambric, ging hams, calicoes and stripes; embracing al most every article for the approaching sea- , sou; which he offers cheap lor cash, at his old stand, corner of Prince and Wa.er st opposite the Farmers’ Bank, Alexandria, may 4_ SlMilNG GOODS James C. & Robert Harry, AT THEIK CHEAP CASH SlOREi Corner of Kin? and Fairfax streets, fi_I AVE lust received and are now o I. JL pening a tiew and very general as sortment ol Scationahle Dry Goods, all of which 'hey can assure their Iriend9 oi l the public, were selected with great • are 'rom the lecent importations, and bought principally with cash -♦ auctions, tnd from the rcgulai imp ig houses, and will be sold at the most reduced pri ces, on their usual terms. Their assort ment conos's in part, at present, of AMERICAN GO )DS OF EVEKT DENOMINATION. London super super blue 4* black cloths 4* cassimeies, ot Sheppard and Aasims’s best and most approved quality and fi nish Irish linens, lawns and sheetings 3-4 and 4-4 plaid and striped ginghams 3-4, 4-4, 9-8 London super new style prints 3- 4, 4 4 painted cambrics Mezzotinto prints, (splendid patterns) 4- 4, 6 4 cambric muslins Plain and figured book muslins Cambric, jaconets and mull mull mtJ9lin Plain & fancy cravats, Musilipatam iidkis. Cambric and furniture dimity Cotton shawls and hdkfs. Madras do. Merino and Cashmere shawls Black and white ihule lace, bombazeens Plain and twilled boinbazetts Cotton kerseymeres Striped Florentine and Wilmington stripes Cords and velvets White and colored Marseilles vestings Black figured silk vestings Do. and colored cambric muslins Do. sinshaws and sarsnets Do. and colored Canton hdkfs. | Do. and colored Nankin crapes Do* do Caoton do. Do. Nankin robes Company blua and yellow nankeens ! Spittlefield, Bandana, Choppa J "T*ancy silk, Ze*?a and Selias / HDKFS. 4-4 Greek cravat I Best blue, black, and colored Italian sew ing silks English and India sewing silk Best English silk twist French ♦ Italian crapes in boxes 4“ papers Du. do. hat band crapes, Iria gauze Plain and rich figured taffeta ribbons Black love riobnns Sea Island and steam loom sbirtinga Valencia and Marseilles vesting? Men and women’s super cotton ho3e Super white and marble half hose Best kid, beaver, and borse skio gloves Worsted and cotton braces Floss and wire cotton on spools if hanks Best wire cotton balIs, patent thread Pins in boxes and papers, black pins in boxes London quality binding®, lace buttons Declaration hdkts* Mlk Sr cambric buttons Super super gilt coat and vest buttons Suspender buttons and moulds Russia sheetings, Dowlas and Drogheda linens F roll? German dowlas» bro*vn Hollands, brown Burlaps, Ticklenburgs, braids, tapes and bobbins Umbrella® and para®ols Irish and Russia diapers, India straw mat* ting 6-4 wide Thread lace* and edgings Silk Florences and Levantines Whijte and black satio9,&c. and Various other Articles, too numerous to mention, aptil 13 Prime Pork QQ bbls. prime pork landing from the v schr- Green, from ^ York, for sale by ■ j»a?l9 SaM. UBS3£(L3jtmj. Grand & splendid 1 having, Cohen11 Office, 114, Market »t. ) Baltimore. May ?6. 18*4. $ The most splendid drawing ever wit* riessed in Baltimore, will take place oil 'i bursday the $4lh ol June I y disirit unn0 fron. tbe wheels of tbe Gtanri State Lok* tery ot Maryland, tbe following magmij* cent capitals: 1 prize of $2e,(j00 2 prizes of 10,000 I prize of 5.000 6 prizes of 1,000 Besides *3 c,» Ion, 18 of 60, and ,2274 of If dollar®, tbe whole payable in CASH, and to t>e all awarded In one drawing only ! , At H e present iMeie*Iing an- highly ale tiactive period id ibe Grand Stale Lc’te* ry, those not ye supplied with iickeis or shares should o«ke application without delay, in i rdet to prevent disappointment, as the tickets are becoming scarce, anu tbe demand increasing. tit Givtan a<iventuturer» may with con* dei ce torwaro »hen remittance- •• CO HEN’S OFFICE, foi it then orders should hot arrive in fiu e. the amount in* closed will be returned by (be brs* mail, or if they so direct, will be invested in such other lottery on band as tbe state of tbe wheel in H u ight justify Whole ticket dZO, may produce uloO.cOO Half 10, may produce 5o,dU0 Quarter . 5, may piocfuce 25,000 Eighth 2 5o, may proauce 12,500 'i ickets and share* warranted undrawn* to be bad at COtJEJYS Lottery <j Lsehuugt tljjice, 114 Ajarket-'treet, BAL I IMOhfc Where the great capital prizes in bitfr the lust lotteries wen sola to distant on ven turers, ana where more capitmpri2e' bate been sold than at any other o^ ce it. jitoe* reca, tX7”Qrder3 from any part ot tli* l m ed Stafes, by mail (post paid) or by prit *t« conveyance enclosing (li^ cash o» prize tickets in any of the Baltimore lotttnes, will meet the usual prompt ami pum tual attention, if addressee to J. 1. COHEN, jr. Baltimore. „ june I Herrings. 300 hb*9’ ^* antl ^°*** *roS9 ♦ nett ** v herrings lor sale by may 13 tf GEO. COLEMAN* Krehli Teas. ri^HIS day landing from the sloop J Chauncy, Nicholls, Irom New York* 6 chests Imperial Tea" 15 ball chests do do 29 ten entry boxes do Of the ea> 6 boxes, each 2o 2 lb. goes of. the cannisters tea vship London 2 chests gunpowder do , Trade*, C» 5 halt chests do do t tizea. 4* Hk* 50 teo catty boxes do ) vaimfch. 5 boxes each conl’g 2o ; canim* ol 2 lb* each J For sale by S* MESSERSMlTA Who has in sfore 25 chests young hyson tea, Resver?» cargo; imported in March last, and ot hoe quality 17 half chests gunpowder do William fr Jane’s cargo_ may ?* _ S. F. Indigo, ^c. THE subscribers have just received, and offer for sale 1 seroon 8* F* indigo 3 kegs best Kr»e^l»sh mustard (in hollies) 1 barrel best Irish glue, and ?■ lew Boxes soerro caudles, march 20 CLAGETT d' PAG& Southern Money >V untctL North Carolina, Sou'h Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, And most kinds of Forfrigo Bank Fflfs, warned on lavorable terms, by 8. k M ALLEN * CO. Pennsylvania Avenue, W asbing'ot. Where can at all timr 9 be had DKAi1 T6r either at sight or shorter dates, on Baltimore, • Philadelphia, New Yoik, and Bos on. fob 06 New Wholesale and Retail GROCERY STORE. Lower end of King st. opposite Hugh Smith Of Co's. CLAGE1T and PAGE JJAVEjusf received and offer for sale* Gunpowder, Imperial, ) TVaw Y. Hyson and Souchong £ ****** Jamaica k N. K. Hum Superior Cognac brandy do Holland gin Madeira wine, (Howard, March, & Co’s brandj ► Teneriffe k Malaga wines Baltimore whiskey in bbb. ’ While's gin Wrapping paper Pepper, pimento, nutmegs, cloves, 4*. which having been purchased with casn, they will sell low on the same terms, march 13 _ t| WHEAT " P«n*«Md by A- *■ CA2EXOVE k U