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DAILY. BY SNOWDEN & THORNTON. ■■ '■j'iig.w .rtrrggrii1-. --«» " ‘W’ggggBes ¥ or l\o&tow, — 3 The Schooner ON Li’ SO A, Bowlev, master, will sail on Wednesday next: some tight freight can be taken if immediate application is made to A. C. CAZF.NOVE & Co. Who have also received for sale— 100 barrels refined sugars._ jan ' ¥or Providence, ft.I. sm. The fast sailing && SCHOOXER HARRIET\ A Captain Tavlor, will sail to-morrow and take 4-iinmt light freight or passengers..—Apply to J. M’KENZIE, jun. For Providence, The Brig MARY ELIZABETH, A. W. Lovell, master; is now loading and will take 300 barrels freight if offered immediately. Apply to W. FOWLE & Co. jan 6__ liivw\ioo\ nalt *li\oat. The cargoes >/the Schooners Betsy and Augusta Jane, of mi lTh BUSHELS Liverpool salt, for sale by WH FOWLE & Co. Abo, Landing from sloop Chauneey, 5 puncheons superior quality Jamaica runa. FOR FREIGHT, THE SCHOONER BETSY, , Cobb, master, carries yOO barrels—is an ex pedient vessel, and will be ready for a cargo in s, and take freight to the West Indies or any port. ALSO, FOR FREIGHT, /£Jr the schooner augusta jane, Jenkins master, carries 400 barrels—will take Pjggjg£freight to New-York or any Southern port.— Apply as above.____jan ° FOR NEW-YORK, THE BRIG ROBERT COCHRANE, Capt Hathaway; can take some light freight, *if immediate application be made to jan 3_A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. Yor Yreigtvt, The new and superior SCHOONER BEAVER, - k John Crofford, master, carries 650 barrels ; _ssj^will be ready for the reception of a cargo in a ew days, and take freight to New-York or any South ern port. Apply to WM FOWLE St Co. Who have for sale said Schooners cargo of 2300 bushels Liverpool salt_jan 3 Y or Hotter i\w\w, THE BRIG BETSEY, Wallis,master; will sail about the 10th January, and will take a few hhds. of tobacco or small ar tides on freight. Apply to W. FOWLE St Co. Who have received per said brig, and fur sale 200 tons plaster paris dec 22_ For Freight, SCHR. RELIANCE, rCapt. Tailor, burthen about 700 barrels.— Apply to !• S. MESSERSMiTH, Who offers for sale, landing front the schnrs Cent and La Fayette. 25 hhds. superior English island molasses 20 qr. casks and half qr. casks French Madeira wine 736 lbs. Zante currants __dec 10 Yor Freight, The tine SCHOONER HOPE, .Captain Cbask, two years old, and will stow ,700 barrels; would go to a Southern port in the states, or to the >Vest Indies. Apply to T. H. HOWLAND, 11 ho hasjust received for sale per Exchange from N. York, i J W 111 gallons of winter pressed spermaceti oil 1 \ *N_F\lof excellent quality.dec 8 To Went, The brick warehouse on our wharf recently occupied byWm. L. Kennedy as a ship chandlery and grocery, for which the stand I is equal to any in the place. The rent will be moderate. WM. FOW LE St Co. dec 13 ___ To Went, f- , The large and commodious three story A >! 5 !> Brick House, occupied by the late Noblet Her ■ I * belt; situated on the corner of Fairfax and flLdkiiCameron streets. For terms apply to dec 16 _MAURICE HERBERT. To Wet, MA very convenient brick dwelling House, with outhouses complete, adjoining Mr. Thos. Smith’s on Columbus, between King and Prince sts.. Apply to nov 10—tf_CHARLES BENNETT. To Let, MA small two story frame dwelling house on Columbus, between King and Prince-streets.— nov 8Apply to C. P. THOMPSON. For Sate, & A new two story brick House and lot, in Aldie, Loudoun County, Va. ft will be sold low, or ex wcd for Bank stock or real property in the District. Apply to Mr. Lewis Vi. Smith, residing in Aldie, who will show the property, or to the subscriber, sept 13GEORGE COLEMAN To Went, ApA The two story brick dwelling on Water-street, present occupied by Capt. James Mitchell— possession given Nov. 22d. oct 13MANDBV1LLE fc LARMOUR. Yohagen & Whittle HAVE JUST RECEIVED O' FOR SJLE 4 hhds St. Croix rum 5 do molasses f 60 boxes mould candles »10 casks cheese 2 boxes lined and bound shoes •* Cash and the highest market price given for WHITE BEANS. nor 28 IVr$ Goods. The Subscriber has just Received— Scarlet, white and black merino shawls tirosdc Naples fancy silk hdkft. a beautiful article And will receive by the next Pautct, a further supply of Fancy prints, cassitncre shawls, cotton yarn, &c. 8tc. which with his present stock will be sold very low for Cash.dec 16JNO. DUNLAP. Flour wud Groceries. JOSEPH EACHES, HAS taken the store lately occupied by Mr. Sam. ucl McLean, on King.street, opposite Mr. James English’s, where he will purchase flour and other coun try produce, and receive flour in store on the usual terms. He has on hand, & intends keeping a supply of BEST FAMILY FLOUR, nov 19 Swaim’s Panacea. 'TTt?K have just received a fresh supply of SUAJAPS \>7 PANACEA._EDM’. STABLER &. SON\_ Now landing at Irwin’s wharf 4 (5) bbls. and 3 tierces loaf sugar 11 quarter casks Cette and Madeira > W|nc • 8 do do Cette Sherry ) And a further supplv of nails. For sale by nov 19 ’A. CAZENOVE k Co. WiVL T\ STEWAtlT INFORMS the public that his old established OYS TER HOUSE is kept open for the accommodation of such as may please to favor him with a cull. He keeps constantly on hand a largo supply ot of the best quality, which will be served up at‘.be short est notice in any manner ordered.—Parties w ill be fur nished with private rooms if requested. fCT* Private families can be furnished with OYSTERS, either shucked or in the shell. nov 14—2in _ Tailoring, Fall Fashions, etc. HENRY T. BAYNE, King-street, 3 doors below the M hatiies* Bank, RESPECTFULLY informs his customers & friends, and the public in general, that he has just IkeUiTneAtYomthe. Xov\l\, where lie has made himself acquainted with the latest fashions. The information recently received, combin ed with his former mode, will enable him to execute all orders in the first style. !>.«» advertiser begs leave to triform the public in general, that he has on hand a verv handsome assortment of CLOTHS, chsiMERES & VESTINGS, of every description, with a general assortment of very superior trimmings, which he will furnish low. nov 1 __ ROBERT SANDS respectfully informs hia friend? and the public in general, that liis Oyster Estab lishment, on King street, opposite the Washington Tavern, is now open, and ready for the reception of company. He is prepared to furnish such as may give hii i a call, with oysters of the best quality the market affords, and serve them up in any manner directed, at the shortest notice His bar is always supplied with LIQUORS OF CHOICE QUALITY. Private families can be supplied with shucked oysters at the shortest notice, and on moderate terms, nov 3—tf Wm Vowle & Co. HAVE IN STORE FOR SALE, qA Whole ^Y. H. TEA, Oil 93 half > of superior 25 boxes 6 Si 13 lbs. ea. j quality 55 hhds Muscovado and N. O. sugar 100 hbls do do do 5 puncheons superior Jamaica rum 100 bags heavy Sumatra pepper 350 casks cut nails and brads asst’d sizes 2 pipes Madeira wine 100 bales bleached and unbleached 7-8 4-4,54, 6-4 cotton shirtings &. sheeting Cassimeres, sattinets, fcc. &c. 100 pieces Choppa Komals 20 cases hats assorted 160 bolts Russia A 50 half do do > DUCK. 60 pieces Ravensj 100 pieces Russia diapers 20,000 bushels Isle of May, St. Ubes, and Turks Is land Salt._nov 8 Souttvetn Hotel. The subscriber informs his friends and the public thathe has taken the es EBlllH tablishment at the upper end of King street, adjoining the town of Alexandria, (heretoforeoccupied by Mr. Eli Legg,) and thathe is provided with every thing necessary for the comforta ble accommodation of Travellers and Oliversy that he has made particular provision for gentlemen from the SOUTHERN COUNTRY and for the security and support of their servants. He flatters himself, that his unremitted attention to the convenience of those who may call at his Tavern, will secure to him a share of the public patronage, feb—tf_JOHN W. SMITH. Team-Boat Hotel. '■’HE subscriber takes this method of in forming X the public, that he has added tohis establishment A large Tard and Stable, capable of Accommodating from 40 to 50 Horses. It is situated between the Market and the Team-boat perryf which renders it decidedly the most convenient stand for gentlemen coming from Maryland, as well as for Drovers who will always meet with purchasers at the subscriber’s Hotel—most of the horses sold in Alexandria being for the Maryland n»arket. The stable will be attended by Ostlers of establish cd sobriety and industry, and will always be provided with provender ot the first quality. The charges shall be as low as any others in the District, and every exer tion made to pleue gentlemen who may think proper t,odl. * 1YM.8. STEWART. Fortunes 1171LLIAM PRENTISS, Agent for P. Ca*fiklp, an XX ticipates much pleasure from distributing a large portion of the following Capital Prizes in the Maryland Fniversliy Lottery 8th Class—New Series—To be drawn on the 22d Feb. 1 prize of $100,000 is $100,000 1 do 50,000 is 50,000 1 do 40,000 is 40,000 1 do 25,000 is 25,000 1 do 20,000 is 20,000 5 do 10,000 is 50,000 10 do 5,000 is 50,000 44 do 1,000 is 44,000 83 do 500 is 44,000 176 do 230 is 40,480 332 do 100 is 33,200 5,676 do 50 is 283,800 6,358 Prizes—10,600 Tickets *784,240 dj'Every Prize payable in Cash as soon as drawn. In this ricli scheme, for the small number of tickets and the large proportion of Capitals, it is evident the risk is much less, and the chance of gain much greater, than in any other Lottery. A considerable portion of this Lottery is put up in packages of seventeen tickets, warranted to draw $300, less the 15 per cent, deducted by the State, with so many chances for the Capital Prizes. Whole lickcts 850 Halves 25 Quarters 12 50 Lighths 6 25 Sixteenth 3 12 Thirty-scconcltlil 56 iiy a certificate as toiiows: a certificate oi 17 whole tickets can be hail for $595; 17 half tickets $297 50; 17 quarter tickets $148 75; 17 eighth tickets $74 .38; 17 sixteenth tickets 37 69; 17 thirty-secondth tickets $18 59. Which certificates will entitle the purchasers or owners thereof to whatever prize may be drawn by tht original tickets of like number, over and above the sum of$300, being the amount due thereon, and in like proportion for shares of certificates respectively. Capital Prizes for sale, as usual at Fortune’s Home, by WILLIAM PRENTISS, Agent for P. Canfield, Washington City. Where the Cash will, as usual, be promptly advanced for Prizes as soon as drawn. Orders, post paid, enclosing the cash, for even a sin glc ticket or share, will meet with as prompt attention as a personal application.il' addressed to WHiMAJYE PRENTISS, Agent for P. Canfield, jar. 5Washington City. Liverpool Salt, <3j* Molasses. NOW landing from on board sclir Mary Eleanor, 3000 bushels Liverpool coarse Salt, 10 hhds mo lasses. And from sloop Constitution, 10 scroons Cuba tobacco, for sale by dec 10_J. S. M1LI.F.R. Molasses. G>r| HOGSHEADS first quality retailing molasses, SJ* "landing from schooner Lincoln, for sale by nov29_WM. FOWLE & Co. Cash for Slaves. WANTED to purchase, about 30 or 40 Negroes of both sexes ; a liberal price will be given in cash. Enquire at the SOUTHERN HOTEL, upper e»J of King-street, Alexandria, (late Mr. F.li Legg’s,) kept by John W. Smith. feb 15—tf Slaves Wanted. THE Subscriber will at all times, pay the highest price in cash for slaves, either single or in families. Letters addressed to me in Alexandria, will be prompt ly attended to. sep 19 E. P. I.EGG. Notice. To Apothecaries ami Druggists. rune oj tne nrm oi janney a uona having entered into another line of busi ness, w ishes to dispose of his interest in the shop, south-east corner of King and Royal-streets, Alexandria, which contains a complete assortment of livngs ana .Medicines, and is situated in apart of the town favourable for busi ness. Persons wishing to purchase either apart or the whole of the establishment, will find it to their interest to call. Qj’The Editors of the National Intelligencer are re quested to insert the above every other 3 times, and send their account to this office nov 9. Fas\uona\j\e Hat Stove. LEVERET GREEN, HAS received from New York, a large supply of the latest fashions that the city affords. With this new assortment and the present stock on hand, feels as sured that it is equal to any in the District A lso, FUR CAPS OF ALMOSTE VER Y DESCRIP TIOX, Hatter’s Fur $ Trimmings. Beaver on the skin and cut down; Ncutra cleaned by a patent machine. Also, in the usual stylo, old musk rat, Russia rabbit, camel’s hair, lining, binding, and eve ry thing requisite for a manufacturer. N. B. Cash given for furs, and a liberal price allowed for OLD HATS taken in part pay for new ones, nov 26—tf JfcOOfcTX \>usvm, At his manufactory, at the southwest comer of King and Columbus-streets, 8t opposite J. 8t .1. Douglass, continues to make and will constantly keep on hand a general atockof Grecian, Fancy andWindsor Chairs, which he will dispose of on as accom modating terms as they can be had else where in the district; and will as usual, Repaint and Repair Uld Chairs, upon the shortest notice. N. B. He has engaged a first rate workman to execute all kindsof plain and fancy Sign Tainting. (CT Orders from the country will be gladly received end promptly attended to. He has also an establishment on Pennsylvania A venue, opposite the Gazette Office, Washington, where favors will be acknowledged. oct 11—3m Valuable Mercant Mill for Sale. _ The subscriber offers for gale,hi* [|J!|4valuable MERCHANT MILL, situated in the county of Lou ___^doun, on Little River, about _ two miles from Middleburg, and half a mile fit>m the paved road. There are' in the Mill two pairof Bur Stones and one pair for country work, with all kinds of machi nery for grinding Plaster and carrying on the business of the Mill. 6 Also, A Xeyj Sivw A\i\\. I will also dispose of from thirty to one thousand acres of Land adjoining the Mill to suit the purchaser. A cre dit of five years will be given for three fourths of the purchase money for the Mill property and thirty acres of La,1fl TOWNSHEND 1). PEYTON. Loudoun County, Dec. 30, 1825. eoStlaw An additional suppl y of fancy goods JAMES A. WATERS, at his new store, south cast corner of King and Fairfax sts. has just received and is now opening a Splendid Assortment Of Fancy Goods, consisting in part of the following Articles: Scarlet, white and black merino scarfs, of excellent qual ity, equal to ar-y that have ever been biought to this market 7-4and 4-4 black, white, and scarlet shawls Scarlet, white and black cashmere scarfs Do do do Mazarine J>lueanddovc colored shawls & hJJris Figured sattin lulkts, do barrage do Au elegant assortment of shaded Gros de Naples silk, do do figured silk 1 piece superior double flounced black sdk Striped cassimere, do cassinett Barrage ginglums, something very handsome for ladies dresses Calicoes of a very superior quality and new style Marseilles counterpanes Black stripe caspinfor ladies' dresses A New Assortment. ROBERT BrfKRY, (Opposite Jon’a. Butcher’s Hardware Store.) HAS just received in addition to hisFall Goods recent ly advertised, the following supply of DRY GOODS. Superfine blue, black, brown and grey cloths Do do do drab and grey cassimcres Fine biuc and mixed cassincts, domestic kersey St linsey Rose, point and striped blankets, calicoes and ginghams Irish linens, lawns, linen cambric and hollands White, scarlet and black Merino shawls, scarfs and hdkfs Cloth and worsted do Scotch and Circassian plaids Black Italian lustring and sarsnet for dresses A few pieces of splendid white fringe Bleached, brown and colored domestic cottons of every description 1000 lbs very superior cotton yam, with a great many other articles, which shall be sol l atthe very lowest pri ces, and on the most accommodating terms, nov 26 Dissolution of Partnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing between Jo nathan C. May <sf Jonah Isabella under the firm of Jonathan C.'May fci Co. wasdissolved on the 22d inst JONATHAN C. MA Khaving purchased of Jonah Isa bcll his interest in said concern, this is to notify all per sons indebted to the concern to make immediate pay ment. The business in future will be carried on by J. C. MAY. Who has on hand and offers for sale— Manufactured tobacco Gay & Pankey’s in kegs and half kegs Barclay’s cavendish in do do do C IVurranted. 8’s, 12’s, 16’s and l’s, twists j Scotch in bladders and bottles'! Maccniba French rappee >•SNUFF. Tuber rose Bourbon Virginia and Spanish rappee J 1st, 2d, & .3d quality Spanish segars in whole half and quarter boxes In do do do half Spanish segars Also, American do The highest cash price given for 7raiiffer TOBACCO. oct28 _ _tf Jonathan C. , MERCHANT TAILOR, at his old stand, lower end of Prince street, respectfully informs his friends, and the public in general, that in addition to his former stock, he hasjust received agenreal assortment of FALL GOODS, Consisting of the following Articles, viz:— Superfine blue and black cloths Second - do do do Blue plains, Devonshire kerseys Red, green and white flannels Red and green baize Flushings and fearnaughts of various colors Rose blankets, gloves, mitts and caps Tartan plaids, Russia sheetings Burlaps and ticklenburgs Irish, German and Russia dowlas, bed tickings Bleached and brown domestic cottons Domestic plaids, stockings, handkerchief stocks Irish linens in pieces and half pieces Checks and cambrics, fancy and plain cravats Bandanno and flag hdkfs Spittalfield and common pocket do Calicoes well assorted, fancy toilinet vestings Olive and black velvets, tabby do Figured blackk silk vestings, Black 8c brown bombaaetts, guernsey frocks An assortment of Cotton Yams, and a general assort ment of TAILORS* TRIMMINGS, together with a large assortment of Ready Made Clothes and Mat trasses. He is determined to sell on the most moderate terms. N. B. Custom work executed with neatness 8c dispatch. oct 11__ FuraVt\we, &c. JUST received at the auction at ore, 1 superb hair covered sofa 1 do piano New and second hand sibeboards do do chairs do do tables do do Book cases Wash and aandle stands Clocks and fancy time pieces, Beds and bedsteads Chocolate No. 1, fig blue, Spanish behalf do segan 1 double flageolette, 2 clarionetts Spy glasses, 8cc. English walnuts, filberts, 8cc. 8cc. also—Grates for burning coal, stoves, be. be. nev 26 S- A. MARSTELLER, Auct. Notice. THIS is to certify that I have appointed and aatho* 1 nsed my brother R. B. Bucknek. to act as my agent, as Executor of the estate of the late Bernard Hooe, Sen. and for any act or deed done by him con cerning the estate aforesaid, I hold myself as responsi ble as if done by me. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal this 15th Dec. 1825. jan 6—2w TIIOS. H. BUCKNER. Given, THAT the subscriber hath obtained from the Or phans’ Court for the County of Alexandria, in the District of Columbia, letters of administration, dt boms non, with the will annexed, on the estate of Jan^s Fabs< ns, late of said county deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, are requested to hand them in for settlement bv the 5th day of July next, or they may by law be excluded from ail benefit of said es tate; and all persons indebted are required to make im mediate payment to ISAAC ROBBINS, Adm’r. de bonis non, with the will annexed, jan 5 6t The First Lotteries to be Drawn. Washington Canal and Connecticut State Lottny, To be drawn in Washington on the 12th January; high est Prize $20,000. Tickets only $5, shares in proportion. SCHEME. I prize of • 20,000 dollars. 2 do 10,000 dollars. 3 do 5,000 dollars. 10 do 1,000 dollars. 22 do 500 dollars. 40 do 100 dollars. 80 do 50 dollars. 400 do 20 dollars. 800 do 10 dollars 12000 do 5 dollars. Rhode Island Lottery; to be diawn at Providence on the 10th January; Tickets only $3 50, shares in proportion. Highest prize $10,000. Union Canal Lottery of Pennsylvania. To be drawn in Philadelphia on the 1st of February; Tickets only $10. Highest Prize $50,000. Grand Consolidated State Lottery of Ma ryland, To be drawn in Baltimore on the 15th Feb. Tickets for the small sum of $12, shares in proportion. Highest prize $100,000. (^Tickets in any ofthe above splendid Lotteries can be had in a variety of Numbers at L11. HunneYWa* jan 5 Alexandria or Washington, D. C. Molasses, Sugars, etc. K hhds West India and Orleans molasses 0 j d0 . d° ",B‘" 36 bags white Brazil sugar 130 do green and St. Domingo coffee 5 do old superior Java do < ' 35 chests and boxes gunpowder, imperial, young hyson and souchong tea 10 bags pepper 5 do race ginger 5 casks cheese 1000 lbs sot! shell almonds 1200 lbs sup. quality flg blue, 230 to the lb. 25 casks Sicily Madeira 3 y ears imported 25 do L l’ Tencriffe & Colemenar wines Old L P Madeira, Port Lisbon & Malaga do 3000 gallons old whiskey Cognac I)randy, old Jamaica spirits, Holland and conn try- gin, and northern ruin 1000 gallons cherry bounce 1 hhd West India shrub 30 barrels No 2 mackerel 40 do nett and gl oss herrings 10.000 lbs yellow and brown soap 30.000 lbs good bacon With various other Articles, for sale by sept 3 MANDEVILLE & LARMOUR. Move Uooda. JAMES C. BARRY, At his old established Store, corner of King and Fair fax streets, Alexandria, HAS JUST RECEIVED— White, black, and scarlet merino scarfs Shcpperd’s bl’k and blue first quality cloths Secassimeres Silver and Parsons’s grey mix’d do do Sykes’s superior blue and grey mix’d cassinets, which he respectfully invites thcpublic to call and examine, as they are a beautiful specimen of the superiority of American over Foreign manufacture of that article A new and very general assortment of calicoes, warrant ed fast colours Very handsome silk stripe casparrsfor ladies dresses Tartan and Circassian plaids Canton & Italian bl’k crapes Ladies and gentlemen’s black and w hite silk hose Kid, horse skin, Woodstock, buck, and beaver gloves ALSO Flushings, blankets, blue plains, Devonshire kerseys, flannels, baizes,burlaps- linens, lawns, cambrics, checks,' plaids, stripes, and most description of DOMESTIC GOODS, which together, with his former stock, com prises a complte.assortment, and will be sold very low for the cash, or to his punctual customers as usual. always or bard, Baltimore Cotton Yarn, Candlewick, and Carpet Chain. nov 18 Yoy Sale oy Hiyy, TWO young servant women; one is an excellent cook, the other a good chambermaid, and both wash and iron exceedingly well. As they are not parted with for any fault, they will not be sold to southern traders or their agents. They will be sold or hired very low. Enquire at this Office dec 30 eo3t Coyh. LINDSAY & HILL have 1000 bushels old Corn for sale, which they will sell on reasonable terms. dlC Xotieeis YvyvVs given, TI AT I have revoked and annulled all letters of at torney which I have heretofore givpii to Doddridge Pitt Chichester/ authorising him to collect debts due to me, to hire out my negroes, or to transact my business generally; and hereby declare that he is no longer my agsnt far such, or any other purposes whatever, dec 28—3taw2w SARAH CHICHESTER.