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PBISTKD AXB Pt'DUSSIU
DAILY.
BY SNOWDEN & THORNTON.
■wm 1 «^>r ''»—nw 1 —■—3—B———
For ^Tc'w-Aork,
TheSchr
WALLACE,
x ** Capt Nickerson, now loading; can take some
I_flight freight. A;:piv to
jan U _A. C. C AZENOYE fc Co.
Also, for Boston or any Eastern
Fort.
The schooner BETSEY, Cobb mas
/Af yf ter; is now ready to receive a cargo and will
' take a freight for Boston or any Eastern port.
WM. FOWI.K & Co.
For Freight,
The new aiAd superior
Ai SCHOONER BEAVER,
John Croiford, master, carries 650 barrels;
MTT - ^ ill he ready for the reception of a cargo in a
few (lays, and take freight to New-York or any South
ern port. Apply to WYI FOWLE & Co.
Who have for sale said Schooners cargo of
. 2.100 bushels Liverpool salt jan 3
For Freight,
g* SCIIR. RELIANCE,
Capt Tatlob, burtheit about 700 barrels.—
j&ltufx Anplv to
S. MESSF.RSMiTH,
'Whooff-r* for sale, !an ling from the schnars Cent and
Li Fayette.
?5 lihds. superior English island molasses
20 qr. casks and half ^r. casks French Madeira wine
7.15 ll>£ Zanlc currants _dec 10
For Freight*
The line
SCHOO-VEE HOPE,
Captain Ciu«. two years old, and will stow
barrels; would go to a Southern port in
the states, or to the West Indies- Apply to
T. H. HOWLAND,
}Vko husiwit received for safe per Exchange from .V. fork,
4 Agallons of winter pressed spermaceti oil
I excellent quality. dec 8
To Rent,
The brick warehouse on onr wharf
recently occupied by Win. L. Kennedy as a
ship chandlery and grocery, for which the stand
is equal to any in the place. The rent will be
moderate. W.M. FOWLE & Co.
dec 13 __ !
To Unit,
a The large and commodious thice story
Brick House, occupied by the late Noblet Her
bert; situated on 'he corner of Fairfax and
.Cameron streets. For terms apply to
dec 16_MAURICE HERBF.KT.
To Lfct,
a A very convenient brick • (welling House, with
outhouses complet'*, adjoining Mr. Thos. Smith’s
on Columbus, between King and Prince sts.. Apply to
nov io—tf CHARLES BENNETT.
To iif&t;
MA small two story frame dwelling house on
Columbus, between King and Prince-streets.—
nov 8 Apply to C. P. THOMPSON
Newark Cider.
i»/-\ rHLS. racked Cider, of a very superior quality,
Oil landing this day per sloop Cluuncey, from New
York—and per Farmers Ingenuity, from Philadelphia,
GOO gallons winter pressed oil of warranted quality, for
sale byfj;ui3]R. 1. T. WILSON
Cora.
fINDSAY & HILL have 1000 bushels old Corn fo
A sale, which they will sell on reasonable terms, dl
li round AUunv SfmU
OO/ABUSHF.LS ground allum salt—just received
ol PI.F and for sale by [d!7] JOHN S. Mill.hit
Bridpovt Tviiue
This d'lif received and in Store—
| G> CASKS shad, herring and sewing twine, for sale
ID bv [nov29] WM FOWbE&Co.
Samuel M. 3i\m\e>T,
n AS just received pcrschr. Farmer s Ingenuity and
offers for sale,
15 kegs Venetian red, ground in oil
;>0 do white leail, ground in oil
45 reams quarto post paper
* In Slorey
12 boxes cotton and wool cards
70 kegs white lead, ground in oil
15 do Spanish brown do
15 bales Virginia cotton
4 casks tlridport seine twine(shailand herring)
20,000 Russia quills
2‘2 casks sperm, and whale oil
25 boxes sperm, candles_1 mo d tf
1HE GNJM)
Consolidated State Lottery
of Maryland, to be drawn in Baltimore on the 15th Feb
ruary. Tickets only #12, and the highest prize
UoUaYS.
Tickets in the above splendid Lottery, in a variety
of numbers, mav be had by calling or sanding to
TYLERS
justly celebrated and famed
TfiNLYLB 0¥ YO¥LT\LV¥n
Corner of King and Royal-street, Alexandria.
Cash advanced as usual for prizes as soon as drawn.
Order* bv mail promptly attcniUd to._j*« 1°
HOGSHEADS first quality retaifing molasses,
Di Handing from schooner Lincoln, for sale by
nov 29 y.M. FOW1.E k Co.
Slaves Wanted.
THE Subscriber will at all times, pay the highest
price in cash fcr slaves, either single or in families.
Lettersaddressed tome ir Alexandria, wul be prompt
ly attended to. sen 19 E. P. LEGG.
Xew Gr$ GoniYs.
The Subscriber has just Received—
Scarlet, white and black merino shawls
tiros do Naples fancy silk lidkfs. a beautiful article
And will receive by the next Pao&t, a further supply of
Fancy prints, cassimere shawls, cotton yarn, &c. &c.
which with his present stock will be sold very low for
Cash. dec 16 JNO. DUNLAP.
YYquy muY GYOCfcYves.
JOSEPH EACHES,
HAS taken the store lately occupied by Mr. Sam.
Mel McLean, on King.strcet, opposite Mr. James
English’s, where he will purchase flour and other coun
try produce, ami receive flour in store on the usual
terms. He has on hand, &. intends keeping a supplv of
hEST FAMILY FLOUR,
nov 19
Swaitn’s Panacea.
' * WK have just received a fresh supply of SWAI3PS
PANACEA._EDW. STABLER fc SON.
j Now landing at Irwin’s wharf
I A 6) kbls. and 3 tierces loaf sugar
! 11 quarter casks Cette and Madeira ) m. .
8 do do Cette Sherry ) 1
! And a further supplv of nails. For sale bv
nov 19'A. CAZEXOVE Sc Co.
W.M R STEWART
INFORMS the public that his old established OYS
TEH HOUSE is kept open for the accommodation
of such as may please to favor him with a call. He
keeps constantly on hand a large supplv of
• OYSTERS,
of the be st quality, which will be served up at the short
est notice in any manner ordered.—Parties \s ill be fur
nished with private rooms if requested.
\CJ*Private families can be furnished with
OYSTERS, either shucked or in the shell
nov 14—2in
Tailoring, Fall Fashions, etc.
HENRY T. BAYNE,
• Kiv^stre-t, 3 doors below the Mechanics' Dun',
RESPEC 1‘FULLY informs his customers <k friends,
and the public in general, that he has just
\leU\rupdfrtmv t\vc Xov1Av,
where lie has made himself acquainted wi* the latest
fashions. The information recently received, combin
ed with his former mode, will enable him to execut*
all orders in the first style. The advertiser be ;s leave
to inform the public in general, that he h: son hand a
verv handsome assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES rESTLXr.S,
of every description, with a general ass'i-tniciit ot very
superior trimmings, which he will furnish low.
nov 1 ___
Ouster Hows®
RORERT SANDS respectfully informs hia friends
and the public in general, that his 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
him 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 al wavs supplied with
LIQUORS OF CHOICE QUALITY.
Private families can be. supplied with shucked oysters
at the shortest notice, and on moderate terms.
nov 3—if __
Wm Yowte & Co.
HAVE IN STORE FOR SALE,
Whole 1Y. H. TEA,
03 half > of superior
25 boxes 6 ft 13 lbs. ea. j quality
55 hlids Muscovado anti N. 6. sugar
100 bbls 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, !;c. &c.
100 pieces Choppa ltomals
20 cases hats assorted
160 bolts Russia }
50 half do do >DUCK.
60 pieces Ravens j
100 pieces Russia diapers
20,000 bushels Idc of May, St. Ubes, and Turks Is
lain! Salt.' _nov 8
Southern Hotel.
The subscriber informs his friends
and the public that he has taken the es
tablishment at the upper end of King
___street, adjoining the town of Alexandria,
(heretoforeoccupied by Mr. Eli Legg,) and that he is
provided with even thing necessary for the comforta
ble accommodation of
Travellers and others*,
that he has made particular provision for gentlemen
from the
SOmiERX COUNTRY
and for the security and support of their sonants.
He flatters himself, that his unremitted attention to
the convenience of those who may call at his Tavern,
will secure lo him a share of the public patronage.
fel,_tf _JOHN W. SMITH.
Team-Tjoat Hotel.
}THE subscriber takes this method of in forming
. the public, that he has added toliis establishment
•1 large \ard and Stable,
capable of
Accommodating from 40 to 50 Horsts.
it is situated between the Market and the Team-boat
Ferry, which renders it decidedly the most convenient
stand for gentlemen coining 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 market.
The stable will be attended by Ostlers of establish
ed sobrietv and industiy, and will always be provided
with provender of the first quality. The charges shall
be as low as any others in the District, and every exer
tion made to nleas© gentlemen who may think propei
to «*!!. < , WH. B. STEWART.
I /
; /
Tor tune’s Home.
WILLIAM PRENTISS, Agent for P. Caxfielb, an
ticipates much pleasure fromdistributing a large
portion of the following Capital Prizes in the
^Maryland t nvversUy Lottery
8th Class—New Series—To he drawn on the 22d Feb.
1 prize of 5100,000 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
88 do 500 is 44,000
176 do 2.JU Is 40,480
332 do 100 is 33,200
5,676 do 50 is 2&3.8J0
6,358 Prizes—19,600 Tickets $784,240
ffj*Every Prize payable in Cash as soon as drawn.
In this rich 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 5300,
less the 15 per cent, deducted by the State, with so
tnanv chances for the Canital Prizes.
Whole Tickets &50
Halves 25
Quarters 12 50
Eighths 6 25
Sixteenth 3 12
Thirty-secondth 1 56
I uy a ceruncate as rouows: a ceruncate oi u wuoie
tickets can be had for $595; 17 half tickets $297 50;
17 quarter tickets $148 75; 17 eighth tickets $74 SB;
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
the original tickets of like number, over and above the
sumof$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 is drawn.
Orders, post paid, enclosing the cash, for even a sin
gle ucket or share, will meet with as prompt attention
.: .» personal application, if addressed to
l WILLIAM FnSTJTISS,
Agent for P. Canfield,
jail’ 5 Washington City.
Liverpool Salt. Molasses.
NOW landing from on board schr Mary Eleanor,
3000 bushels Liverpool coarse Salt, 10 hhds mo
lasses.
And from sloop Constitution,
10 seroons Cuba tobacco, for sale by
dec 10.1. S. MILLER.
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»d of King-street, Alexandria, (late Mr. Eli
l.cgg’s,) kept by John W. Smith. feb 15—tf
Wine auA OVY.
C\ PIPES }
D 10 hlids. C MADEIRA WINE.
50 qr. casks j
10 boxes fresh salad oil, (30 flaSks each)
30 casks first quality winter st’d sperm oil
Now landing and for sale by
dec 17_A. C. CAZENQVE & Co.
l&obeYt >yiVson,
k At his manufactory, at the southwest
\ corner o 1 King and Columbus-streets, St
opposite J- S«. J. Douglass, continue*to
i make and will constantly keep on hand
a general stockof
Grecian, Fancy andWiudsor Chairs,
f-j which he will dispose of on as accom
V modating terms as they can be had else
1 wiiere in the district; and will as usual,
Repaint and Repair Old Chairs,
upon the shortest notice. N. B. lie lias engaged a first
rate worknoarito execute all kindsof plain and fancy
Sign Painting.
GCj* Orders from the country will be gladly received
>:nd promptly attended to.
He has also an establishment on Pennsylvania A
venuc, opposite the Gazette Office, Washington
where favors will be acknowledged. oct 11—3m,
District ot Cotuinbia,
Alexandria County, Set.
November Term, 1825—11th Dat.
James & Jacob Douglass, Complts.
again st > rn Chancery.
James Allison’s Admr. and Als. Defts. j
ISAAC BOBBINS, administrator of the said James
Allison, deceased, having heretofore returned his re
port of the sale of the said decedent’s real estate, made
under the decree of this Court, pronounced in this suit
on the 18th day of November Term last, shewing in his
hands the sum of two thousand one hundred and twen
ty-five dollars, the gross amount of the said sales, and
no exceptions having been taken to the said report, the
Court doth receive and confirm the same, and the said
Isaac is allowed to retain out of the said sum a commis
sion of five per cent, for effecting the said sale, and for
paving over the money as is hereinafter decreed, to
gether with the expenses of sale as by him reported;
and it is by the Court decreed and ordered, that the
said Isaac do out of the said sum, pay the expenses
which have been incurred in. the prosecution and de
fence of this suit, to be taxed by the Clerk, and that af
ter giving one month's notice in the Phenix Gazette
to the creditors of the said James to exhibit their claims,
he do distribute the remainder of the said sum pari pas
su amongst the said creditors whose claims have been,
or shall be, sanctioned by the Orphans’ Court of Alex
andria county, or have been, or shall be, established by
the judgment or decree of this Court; and should any
claim be exhibited for payment not so sanctioned or es
tablished, the said Isaac is reqviired to retain in his
hands a rateable dividend on all such claims, and to re
port the same to this Court at its next session for their
decision thereon. Test.
EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
(CfSuch of the creditors of the above mentioned
James Allison, as have not herefcfore exhibited their
claims to me, arc now called on to exhibit the same,
authenticated as required by the shove order, on or be
fore the 21st day of next month. 1
* ISAAC ROBBINS,
jao 20—eodlm Admr. cf Jas. Allison, dec’d.
Mlotc Goods.
JAMES C. BARRY,
At his old established Store, comer of King and Fair- 1
fax streets, Alexandria,
HAS JUST RECEIVED—
White, black, and scarlet merinoscarfs
Shepperd’s bl’k and blue first quality cloths Stcassimeres
•Silver and Parsons’s grey mix’d do Mo
Sykes’s superior blue and grey mix'd cassinets, which t
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 caspansfor ladies dresses *
Tartan and Circassian plaids, Canton & Italian bl’k crapes
Ladies and gentlemen’s black and white 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 I
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 OX HAXI),
Baltimore Cotton Yarn, Candlcioick, and
Carpet Chain.
nov 18
An additional supply of fancy goods j
JAMES A. WATERS, at his new store, south eatt
corner of King and Fairfax sts. has just received and
is now opening a
Splendid Assortment
Of Fancy Goods, consisting in pari ofthe following Art iqlcg:
Scarlet, white anil black merino scarfs, of excellent qual
ity, equal to any that have ever been bi ought to this
market
7-4 anil 4-4 black, white, anil scarlet shawls
Scarlet, white and black cashmere scarfs
Do do do Mazarine bhieauddove colored shawls k hdkfs
Figured sattin lulkfs, do barrage do
An elegant assortment of shaded tiros dc Naples silk,
do do figured silk
1 piece superior double flounced bbek silk
Striped cassirnere, do cassinett
Barrage ginghams, something very handsome for ladies
dresses
Calicoes of a very superior quality anil new style
Marseilles counterpanes
Black stripe casginfor ladios' dresses__
A Assortment.
ROBERT BARRY,
(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 cassimeres
Fine biuc anil mixed cassinets, domestic kersey 8c linscy
Rose, point and striped blankets, calicoes and ginghams
Irish linens, lawns, linen cambric and Hollands *
White, scarlet and black Merimsshawls, scarfs anil 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 yarn, with a great many
other articles, which shall be sold at the very lowest pri
ces, and on the most accommodating terms, nov 26
Dissolution of Partnership.
T1IF. copartnership heretofore existing between Jo
nathan C. May if Jonah Isabell, under the firm o:
Jonathan C.lMay & Co. was dissolved on the 22d inst.
JONATHAN C. .V*f Yhaving purchased of Jonah Isa
bel his interest in said concern, tills is to notify all per
sons indebted to the concern to make immediate pa^ •
inont. The business in future will be carried on by
J. C. MAY.
Who has on hand and offers fur sale—
Manufactured tobacco
Gay k Pankey’s in kegs and half kegs ^
Barclay's cavendish in do do do >11 arranted.
8’s, 12’s, 16’s and l’s, twists J
Scotch in bladders and bottles "
Maccouba
French rappee f SNUFF.
Tuber rose Bourbon
Virginia ami Spanish rappee J
1st, 2d, 8c 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 Transfer TOBACCO.
oct 28___Lf_
Jonathan C. ^\ay,
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 has just lcceived 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 feamaughts of various colors
Rose blankets, gloves, mitts and caps
Tartan plaids, Russia sheetings
Burlaps and ticklenburgs
Irish, German and Russia dowlas, bed tickings
Bleached aad brown domestic cottons
Domestic plaids, stockings, handkerchiefstocks
Irish linens in pieces and half pieces
Checks and cambrics, fancy and plain cravats
Bandanno and flag hdkfs
Snittalfield and common pocket do
Calicoes well assorted, fancy toilinet vestings
Olive and black velvets, tabby do
Figured blackk silk vestings,
Black & brown bombazetts, guernsey frocks
An assortment of Cotton Yarns,and a general assort
ment of JAILORS' TRIMMINGS, together with a
^ReadyMade Clothes and Mattrasses.
He is determined to sell on the most moderate terms.
N B. Custom work executed with neatness & dispatch.
octll___JL
Cuba Tobacco.
a A SEROONS Cuba tobacco, just received per schr.
li&nding This Da^,
FROM THE SCHOONER MARY ARCHER—
5W~k Casks Cheese, of a very superior quality
4X3 50 boxes Rais',rs
210 Groce Velvet Corks, and for sale by
jan 21 _R. 1. T. WILSON
Ma\iogan^.
Af\ kOGS St. Domingo Mahogany, for sale by
jan 13 JOHN S. MILLER.
jan 16
l'orter and Wine Unities.
5)rt hampers Bristol porter and wine bottles
4X f 10 crates Newcastle ware, 8tc.
landing from the schr. Mary Archer, and for sale by
jan 21S. MES8KRSMITH.
Wanted.
T1HE subscriber will take one or two boys, from 15
1. to 16 years of age, to the Hatting Business, if ap*
dication is made soon at my hat factory on Fairfax street.
jan 20WM. JOHNSTON.
Auction Store.
4 HANDSOME lot of fresh seasonable DRY GOODS
at very low limits, and long time at private sale,
jan 13S. A MARSTKL1.KR, Auct
District oi Uolumoia,
County of Alexandria, Set:
November Term—1825.
The Common Council of Alexandria,*^
Complts.
AOAI58T
George Chapman, Charles I. Catlett, Chancery.
Sarah Harper, Townshend Waugh, 1
William Yeuton, John C. Mandetl, |
ed his appearance and given security according to the
statute and the rules of this Court, and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the Court, upon affidavit filed, that
the said George Chapman is not a resident of the Dis
trict of Columbia: on the motion of the complainants by
their counsel, it is ordered, that the said George
Chapman do appear here on the first day of next April
Term, and enter his appearance to this suit, and give
security for performing the decrees of the Court, and
that the other defendants, Charles t. Catlett, Sarah
Harper, Townsend Waugh, William Yeaton, John C.
Maude 11 and Thomas Irwin, do not pay away, convey or
secrete the debts by them owning to, or the estate or ef
fects in their hands, belonging to the said absent deien
dent, until the further order or decree of the court; and
that a copy of this order be forthwith published for two
months successively, in one of the public newspapers
printed in the town of Alexandria; and that another co
py be posted at the front door of the court hou«e of said
county. A Copy. Test, EDM. 1. i.EE, C. C.
jan 20
District oV Uulmulm,
Alexandria County, Set.
November Term, 1825.
Daniel Street,
Af^aii
Charles Coleman & J
THE defendant, Ch , d
his appearance and given security according to the
statute and the rules of this court, and 't appearing to
the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit liltd, that
the said Charles Coleman is not an inhabitant of the His- *
trict of Columbia—on the motion of the complainant by
his counsel, it is ordered that the said absent defendant
do appear here on the first day of next April term, and
enter Ins appearance to this suit, and give security for
performing the decrees of the court; and that the other
defendant, James I.. McKenna, do not pay away, con
vey or accrete the debts by him owing to, or the estate
or effects in his hands belonging to the absent defen
dant, until the further order or decree of the coui t; and
that a cony of this order be forthwith published, for
tw o months successively, in one of the public new ^pa
pers printed in the town of Alexandria, and that another
copy be posted at the front door of the Court-House of
said county. A Copy. Test, EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
jan 13 • 2m
D\*(vv\iu\ AWimi Salt.
QrUVl BUSHELS coarse Liverpool Salt, 200sacks
OlH f\J fine blown do. for sale by
jan 3 _A. C. CAZKNOVE 8t Co.
WUuam rovtte at V3o.
HAVE /A STORE FOR SHE,
40 hogsheads ) Muscovado sugars, part of which of su
30 barrels 5 perior quality
20 hhds retailing ? Molasses
20 do New Orleans 5 s
10 pipes Otard, Dupay & Co. and Seignette brandy, of
superior quality
6000 pounds Sumatra pepper
150 chests and half chests young hyson tea of approv.
ed quality
21 tons St. Petersburg hemp
3Mbduoriiu«i> >duck
300 do of Havens 5
’S'Sraadj*—*-*«
100 pieces Kussia diaper
12 caries Bridpoct shad, herring and sewing twine
20 cases coarse hats
100 pieces choppa romals
1000 s-des red soal leather
300 casks nails, assorted sizes
40 barrels mess and No. 1 Boston beef
45 do tanner's oit
150 do 1
40 half do £ No. 2 MACKEREL
60 tubs j
21,000 bushels Turks Island and St. UbesSalt.
130 tons plaster Paris, Ajtd
120 bales forming a complete assortment of Domestic
Cotton Shirtings and Sheetings, Sattinetts, Cassimeres,
I.inscys, Burlaps, kc. all of which will be sold on liberal
terms. ’ jan 3
Furniture, &©.
JUST received at the auction store, ♦
1 superb hair covered sofa
1 do piano ,
New and second liand sibeboards
do do chain
do do table*
do do Book case*
Hash and candle stand*
Clocks and fancy time pieces, Beds and bedsteads
Chocolate No. 1, fig blue, Spanish A.half do segars
1 double flageolette, 2 clarionetts
Spy glasses, kc. English walnuts, filberts, kc. kc.
Also—Graterfor burning coal, stoves, kc. kc.
nor 26 S. A. MARS TELLER, Auct.

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