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ConsttMt's Sa\e. •m^rn L be sold for cash on Friday the 21s/ day April W next, at 12 o’clock. M. all the right, title and in terest ‘if Mrs C.ftharine Me Rea in and to a certain LOT and a HOCSE thereon, bounded by King and St. A smli street*, commonly known as the Indian Queen T'U-ern, to satisfy t\iiO executions, one in favor of Z G miner’s Administrator, the other in favor of James Vmrli'U.—Also expenses of said sale. mar 22 THEODORE MEADE, Constable. X ti\uwb\c V «vn\s ¥ oy Sa\e. oy MUXDJr, the 17th day of Jpril next, at Fair fax Court House, The subscriber will offer for sale [VTTTAat public auction, two valuable and highly 111 iJE <mprovcd Farms, one known by the name * SCD LEY, lying on the waters of Bull Kun, in tae counties of Fairfax and Loudoun, in N irginia, Couta\u\u£ 10$$ Acres. On this Farm are a large and convenient two story rrime Dwelling House, a large Barn and other outhous es in good repair, and a great variety of choice Fruit Tr-es It consists of arable, meadow ami woodland, and is about 27 miles distant from Alexandria. * l l,e other, called MLENTUM, ts situated in the r ounty of Prince William, in Virginia—it contains About. 4T5 sieves. On this farm are a comfortable dwelling house, with a bam and out houses, a fine spring of water near the house, a good orchard, with a large reserve ot hue tun ‘ her—distant from Alexandria 30 nnles. Both farms have been for some time past in a high •ate of improvement; the buildings and cncl°»ures in flp>od repair, and the quality of the soil is equal to inv in that part of the country. Terms of Se-One-f.fth part of the purchase mo nev to be paid when the deeds are delivered—the re he mid in ten equal annual instalments, to « **d * « AeSp«miie»—Interest at the rate ot s.tt per cent per annum, payable annually. I-AAC 9. HONE. •^The editors of the National Intelligencer, and of the Vredericktown Herald, & Harrisburg Intelligencer, avSi publish the above, and forward their accounts to I. a. Hone at New-York, or to the subscriber, h.s attorney, it Alexandria. R. I _TA\f.OW_ Fruit anil Ornamental lrces,^c. WILLIAM PRINCE, r Proprietor of the Linnean Garden and Nurseries near Ncw-\ork, ol —. fers to the pul)lic his usual very e\ telwivV collection of fruit trees of all the various kinds. Vlso, a great variety of ornamental trees and plants. Hyacinths, Tulips, and other bulbous flowery, ami a ve ry large assortment of Oranges and Lemons, V?m^U,a® or Japan Hoses, Geraniums and other splendid green In tfie collection, are about 10,000 thrifty SK‘Pe vines, of the finest European kinds. Also, above 500 varkties of Hoses, including 54 varieties of the Chinese Monthlv K-we. Catalogues may be obtained gratis o the subscriber, and orders through him vdl meet prompt attention. SAMUEL M. JA. E . 3 mo 11—2w_, _ • *Vew-OvYcvxws Sugar• The cargo of the schooner Curlew, from A". Orleans, of a A /• Hogsheads, prune sugars, for sale by (I)) 6 WM. FOWLE & Co. march 17____ Cognac WvtuuVy, etc. PIPES Cognac Brandy, represented to be of supe rior quality 10 drums Smyrna raisins 3 boxes and 3 barrels relined sugar—Landing and for sale by [mar 16] S. MESSERSMITH. moment*, dec 13 To Went, The brick warehouse on our wharf recently occupied by Win. L. Kennedy as a si,ip chandler) and grocery, fur which the stand is equal to an v in the place. The rent will be WM. FOWLE & Co. To \.et, a A very convenient brick Ivelling House, with >uthouses complet**, adjoining Mr. Thus. Smith’s on Columbus, between King and Prince sts.. Apply to mov 10—tf CHARLES RENNET 1. To Let, The frame House at the south-east corner of t - ,^-King and Royal streets, occupied as an Vpothe cary Shop; possession can be given immediately. « — «« SAME. M. JANNF.Y. 3 mo 14—tf To Went. I will rent the store and cellar l now oc cupy, -at the corner of King and Fairfax Lstreets, and possession may be had on the Jlsf.day of April next, and u lease given fur 3 rears and 5 months. _ A person in the grocery business will get apieter tnce » . JAMES C. BARRY, march 17 _^ For Sale or Kent, That desirable Mansion House, Mlately in the occupancy of the late Jona than" Swift, esq.deceased, with the gar dens attached to the premises. Also for rent. Two Crass Lots opposite the dwelling house. Anv person having busineus with Mrs. Ann Swift in absence, will please apply to us. nunchll LINDSAY k HILL. HB ■ Bacon. a LBS. Cunnerlanl Bacon, of superior 1 J^cLfllquality, landing and for sale _ ^ on very reasonable terms, it taken from the wharf. raar n LINDSAY 8; HILL. H>. ij. .\you\o Wine. 8 quarter casks of superior quality Madeira wine, im ported into Baltimore, per schr. Thankful, Wins low, now landing and tor sale by march 10 JOHN II. LADD. Seine Twine. Corkwood & Cordage THE subscriber offers for sale, Bridport and Cotton Herring and Shad Seine Twine 1 ton Cork Wood, selected for Seines Cordage of all sizes for do feb 2 GEO. COLEMAN. CoVin^en & \\ \\UWc HAVB landing this day from the Lucinda, from Ncw York, 2 pipes old Champagne brandy ID bags old white coffee 10 do green do, 5 boxes starch 20 drums figs 648 lbs soft ihell almonds 1 cask ground ginger, 1 bag race do 2 bags pimento 1G doz. half pound bottles mustard 1 cask alum. And in Store, 1700 bushels ground alum salt 50 sacks blown do 177 bbls pork, 6 hhds. New-Orlcans sugar 2 hhds St. Croix sugar, 3 hhds molasses 15 bblsN. E. rum, 3 hhds St. Croix rum 35 bbls old whiskey, 2 pipes Holland gin 3 chests Y. Hyson tea 3 half chests Imperial do. 10 boxes do do 30 grace porter bottles 1500 bushels potatoes 65,ojo lbs bacon, jf our own curing—All ofwhich will be sold low for cast*. inarch 7 Coffee auil Molasses. a LBS. real Prime Green Coffee, 20 bljs. superior New Orleans Molasses, just fe ceived per sloop Vernon from New-York. ' Also, in Store, 75 barrels Baltimore whiskey, with a general assorv ment of Wines, Liquors and Groceries, which we offri for sale on accommodating terms. march 24—3taw3w CLAGETT & PACK. 1 lirid^oct Twine, CASKS shad and Herring twine, landing from sloop Chauncey, for sale by TV. FO TP LE iSf CO. CHAIN CABLE. A new English made 7-8th chain cable, 83 fathoms ig, for sale low. App\v as above._march I’O Tar and Pitch BBLS. Tar and lObbls Pitch, received per schr. Vesta, and for sale by JOHN S. MILLLER. 6 long, 60 mar 14 • \vish \i\ne«8. JlrST RECEIVED JND FOR SALE, ICase of 4-4 and 7-8 Irish linens, of this spring’s im portation. GEORGE S. HOUGH. 3d mo 10_____ Prime Green Coffee. BAGS, (about 9000 lbs.) prime green Havana l) / Coflee, lauding this day from the sclir. Harriet, from Boston and for sale by march 9 5. MESSERSMITII. Sa\t Afloat 3000 bushels salt on board schnr. Vesta, will be sold low if taken from on board. Apply to JOHN S. MILLER. IN STORE, 5000 bushels Turks Island salt 500 Liverpool coarse do march 13 New \Y ork. INTEREST MADE EQUITY, being a republication of the article on the subject of Interest, contained in the Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica, from the pen of Dr. McCulloch. Just published and on sale by PISHEY THOMPSON. TVashington, March 16—17 C\\ar\es Bennett HAS imported perthe Pioneer and Shenandoah from Liverpool, Sclioltield’s flannels and baizes Rose and point blankets, all sizes 6-4 milled drab and common blue cloths Navy blue and Oxford mixed superfine do Common and superfine patent shoe thread A consignment of Shad and Herring Seine Twine, which wilt be sold very low Best double G’oster cheese On hand, from former importations. Superfine cloths, kerseymeres, Irish linens Lawns, diapers,cambric muslins 4, 4£, and 5 lb. pins Best*I.ondon twists and sewing silks Superfine bombazetts, a few dozen first quality la dies’ cotton hose Choppa Romals Best Aberdeen and patent colored threads An assortment of domestic cottons Best white ticklenburgs and ravens duck First quality treble gilt coat buttons, &c. &c. I FOR THE CURE OF Colds, Coughs, Constitutions, Spitting of Blood, Asthmas, and nil Diseases of the Breast and Lungs. rilllERE is perhaps no medical observation better es 1. tablishcd, none more generally confirmed by the experience of the best physician* of all ages and coun tries, and none of more importance to the human fami ly, than the fact that many of the most difficult and in curable consumptions originate in neglected colds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the changes of the weather are frequently sudden and unexpected, it requires more care and attention to guard against this dangerous enemy of life, than most people imagine, or are able and willing to bestow.—The bills of morta lity exhibit the melancholy fact, that the proportion of deaths by this disease may be considered as about five to one. Inasmuch then as this fatal disease bids defi ance to the skill of the most learned physicians, it is a gra tification to the proprietor that he is enabled to offer to those afflicted with it a goodly prospect of relief, in that highly valuable remedy the vegetable Indian Spe cific.—The Indians are happy in their knowledge ofrne I dical plants; governed wholly by experience, they are certain as to their effect, and it is said by an author of great character, that a true consumption is a disease ne ver known amongst them. For the information of those afflicted with complaints of the breast and lungs, the proprietor inserts (from among the numerous testimonials in his possession) the following Certificate: Baltimore, 7th Ike. 1824. I, W. Price, of thecity of Baltimore, do hereby certi fy and declare, that i was for a long time afflicted with a severe cold, accompanied with an almost incessant cough, and pain in my breast and lungs; also, spitting of blood, and purulent matter from the lungs, with night sweats and fevers, and was much emaciated with loss of appetite, rest &.c. I applied to several eminent phy sicians, and passed through a course of medicine, but could obtain no relief, anil found myself fast verging on to a confirmed consumption. Having at length heard of the many astonishing cures effected by the Vegetable In-1 dian Specific, 1 was induced to make trial of it, and found almost immediate relief, and my rest restored. I con tinued its use, improving fast, my ippetitc better, anc' all the symptoms of the disease daily diminishing, and il a few weeks was completely cured, and have re main el so for several months, and am now in better health ard flesh than 1 have been for many years. I therefore wkh confidence, recommend the use of the Vegetable Indhn Specific to all who suffer under a similar complaint, jnd as a safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for constmp* tion, ami all diseases of the breast and lungs. W. PRICE. The celebrated Dr. Cullen has taught us that “our first attention should be employed in watching tie ap proach of the disease and preventing its proceeding to an incurable state; and in persons of a consur.ptive habit, especially those born of consumptive parests, the slightest symptoms of an approaching consumption at the consumptive period of life, ought carefully t> be at tended to.” This Specific is obtained by extraction froyi herbs, roots, flowers, plants, fcc. when in perfection. In con sequence of a happy combination of the most valuable herbs, Sec. it becomes a balsam of superior value. It heals the injured parts, opens the pores and composes the disturbed nerves after the manner cf an inodyne; consequently the obstruction of the chest and tlie lungs which constitute this disease, particularly need its use. It promotes expectoration, which is constantly called for; and whilst it cleanses and heals, it also gives strength to the tender lungs. In this manner it removes the hectic fever, improves digestion, gives strength to the nerves, repairs the appetite and improves the spirits.— This specific may always be given in safety—it is mild, pleasant to the taste, and may safely be given to infants, for which it is of inestimable value. It affords relief in bowel complaints,teething, whooping coughs, &c. and. is found particularly useful in hypochondrical, nervous and hysterical diseases. Each bill of directions contains ^detailed account of tlus disease in all its different sta ges, and will J>e accompanied with the signature of IV. BUTLER, in Red Ink. Sold by JOHN J. SAYRS, Druggist & Apothecary, and Sole Agent for Alexandria For Sale, TVO pair of 4$ feet diameter Burr Mill Stones made in Philadelphia of good materials. I hese Stones will be sold for less than they can be bought any where in this part of the country. Apply to SAMUEL JANNEY, or mar 14-d3tfc2awSw JOSEPH JANNEY, Jr. SVw-OTleaus Molasses, SAMUEL M. JANNEY has now landing from schr. William & James, , 34 hhds. New-Orlcans molasses In Store, 25 boxes s^erm candles (N. Bedford brand) 5 casks fall press’d sperm oil 10 do whale oil 100 kegs white lead, 1st and 2d quality 15 do Spanish brown 15 do Yenitian red 2 cases quarto post paper 7 boxes cotton and wool cards 3 bales Virginia cotton 2000 Russia quills 25 pounds quicksilver _3d mo 2—tf life of TtootaU \Vc\fcTo«c. rllSdayis published, by P13HEY THOMPSON, in 2 volumes, 8 vo. the LIFE OF THEOBALD WOLFE TONE, founder of the United Irish Societ) and adjutant General and Chef de Brigade, in the ser vice of the French and Baravian Republic, written by himself and continued bv his Son; with his political writings, and fragment of his diary, whilst Agent to the General and Sub-committee of the Catholics of Ireland; his Mission to France; Diary ot his Negoc ations, fee.; Narrative of his Trial; Defence before the Court Mar tial,and Death. Edited by his Son, ft ILL (AM THEO BALD WOLFE TONE-, with a brief account of his own Education and Campaigns under the Emperor Na poleon. Price in extra boards, 6 dollars. mar lo_ 7'his day is published, by PISHEY THOMPSON, No. 4, (price 12$ cents) of the-1 Bv Nonius Nondkschipt, Esq. CONTENTS. The Tlirth Place of the Hero! The Backwoodsman in Washington. # ; Letter from Dick, in Washington, to his Cousin, in Illinois. _aPr 0 Vovlev and Wiiifc \>oiues. G>r\ CRATES Porter and Wine Bottles, one grocc OU each, in excellent order. Also, 3 hhds. apothecaries’ patent Vials and Shop Fur niture. A few dozen Cooking1 Furnaces, so celebrated for economy of fuel: which, with an assortment of Stoxuroave, WftYUieivware, WYii na and Glass, will be sold on accommodating terms, wholesale and retail. • 2 mo 2_R. H. MILLER Sa\l Af\C\ SACKS Liverpool blown Salt, in handsome order, landing from schooner Harriet, for sale by W. FOWLE V CO. Who have also for sale on board sloop Fly, Capt Chase: 10 btill" \ New.EngUnd Pom. 5 hhds retailing Molasses 4il boxes mould randies, 45 do soap ma 22 Seine Twine. (» CASKS best Bridport Shad and Herring Twine, ) received by the Brighton from London, via New York, which is expected by first packet. 1 case Irish linens, good fabric, in half pieces Superfine and best fine ingrain Carpeting 4-4, 3-4 and 5-8 Venitian tlo Hearth Rugs, Carpet Binding, &c. for sale by jan 2f.-tf_CHARLES BENNETT._ ¥ftd\vlonable Wats. THOMAS L. MARTIN has just received from Balti more, a supply of BEAVER HATS of the latest fashion and of a superior quality. Also, on hand, a large and general assortment of his own make, consisting of 1st, 2d and 3d quality beaver and castors; low pricedjur and wool hats; making Ins stock e qnal, if not superior, to any in the District—All of which will be sold on pleasing terms, wholesale or retail, oct 21 tf II 'Wither8 & Washington. AVE imported, per ships Pioneer and Shenando ah, from Liverpool-— Extra blue velvet cloths and cassimeres Fine and superfine blue and black do do Do do olive and Oxford mixed Plain and figured English silk vesting White, scarlet, red, > fJ^lNNELS. Yellow and Green 3 Swanskins, booking baizes Circassian and tartan plaids 8-4 soft lambs wool, do—a beautiful article for la dies wear Toiliette Valencia vestings 8-4 cassimerc shawls,plain and print’d borders ‘2$, 3,3$, 4 and 4$ point blankets 8-4.9-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 heavy rose do Figured, plain and twilledboinbazetts 4-4 blue and brown camblets Fancy prints in great variety 0/i hand, from recent arrivals from Ntw-Yark, Plain black and figured Canton crapes •Jllue, pink, white and black Italian do Black Italian lustring, very superior Senchews, sarsinetts and levantines Jaconet and cambric muslins i Figured and plain book and swiss do 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens, long lawns Brown Hollands, Russia and Irish diapers Linen cambric, and cambric hdkfs Cambric andfumiture dimity Flag, bandanno and madrass hdkfs Worsted and cotton hosier} Clark’s spool, sewing and floss cotton Fancy silk and gause hdkfs Lambs wool shirts Patent sewing and shoe thread Burlaps and tiklcnburgs Twilled sackingand oznaburgs 10 bales superior Russia sheetings 100 pieces indigo blue cassinetts Blue mixed kerseys and plains 30 bales domestic goods, comprising a handsome lot of 3-4,7-8 and 4-4 brown and bleached shirtings and plaids, whiebtogether with their former stock, will be sold at re duced pr sept 24—It ftistrict of Columbia, Alexandria County, Set. Novkxbf.ji Tfhm, 1825 14th day. George and Nehemiah Carsnn, THK order of publication against the defendant George Carson having been duly wade according to the’directions of this Court, and the said defendant having failed to appear, the bill as to him is taken also for confessed and doming on now to be heard. » he Court upon considering the bill and exhibits doth de .crce and order, that Master Commissioner Auld do state and settle the accounts between the complainants and defendants, in relation to the several matters in the bill mentioned, and that he report the said settlement to this Court, in order that a final decree may be made. A Copy Test, E- TKF., C. C. The parties before named are hereby notified that on Monday, the 1st day of May ncx^ at ten o’clock in the morning, within mv office in this place, 1 shall pro «eed to execute the order of Court; and they are then and there required to appear, and to produce the ac counts, evidence and documents, necessary to enable me to carry the same into effect. Given under my hand at Alexandria, this 28th day of Febraary, 18-6. Janney and Johnson, Jlgainst COLIN AULD, M. C. lawt 1M march 1 Dr. Gregorys Mathematics. MATHEMATICS for Practical Men, being a Com mon place Book of Principles, Theories, Rules, and Tables; in various departments of pure and mixed Mathematics, with their most useful applications; espe cially to the pursuits of Surveyors, Architects, Mecha nics'and Civil Engineers, by Olinthus Gregory, L. L. D. 1 vol. 8vo. 4 dollars. Just received on sale bv PISHEY THOMPSON. ALSO— Gregory’s Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigono* metrv, with their applicationsto heights, distances, Sic. Gregory’s Astronomical and Philosophical Lessons, for the use of young persons, 2 dollars._ mar^ * For Sale. The COLUMBIAN FACTORY, with rall the out otiildings, Grist Mill, and Land In!on which they are erected, containing __ JiBOUT sixty acres. situated on Four Mile Creek, 2 miles from Alexandria, and 4 from Washington aiul Georgetown, near the main road leading from Alexandria to Washington. The Factory consists of a substantial Rrick House, about 45 feet by 65, three stories high; containing 1200 spindles with all the necessary machinery in good order and in full operation; 3 brick houses amply sufficient for the accommodation of all the hands; also a good Grist M.ll, turned by the same stream, lower story of stone &. up per of frame, with two pair of stones. The value of this factory may be estimated by the quality of the yarn made there, having a decided preference to any other offered in the market; and its proximity to Alexandria, Geo. Town &. Washington, insures, at all times, a good St readr market for all its yarn. It will be offered ut public sale on the Fifth of Mag next, if not previously disposed of at private sale, and possession given on the 1st of June following. Application may be made to GEO. S. HOUGH, Pres’t C. F. C. A. C.CAZENOVE, or mar 4 EDW. STABLER. QC/The National intelligencer will publish the above every other day u*til the first of June, if not otherwise directed. __ Dlackstone Goods. r* Bales domestic goods, consisting of 3-4 and 4 4 brown cottons and apron checks, received per the brig Mary and Elizabeth, for sale by march 14 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. Manufactured Tobacco. I N kegs of 1, 10, and 12 twists to tlic pound—war ranted of equal quality to any in the District, for sale by [mar 8] ' R. 1. T. WILSON. Seed Potatoes. 4 Aflrt Bushels potatoes, just received and for sale lUUUby COHAGAN Sc WHITTLE, march 8 Shoe \anuf aetory. The subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Alcxau xy-t^fwMria and vicinity, that he hasw — commenced the LADIES' El NC Y S/JOE MS A/AO in all its variety, four doors east of Washington on t he north side of King-street, where all orders in his line will be attended to with neatness and despatch. Ili* determination being to employ none but first rate work men, as also the most durable and fancy articles, he hopes will entitle him to a liberal share of patron age front a generous public. WM. WARD. N B. Shoes on hand at the most reduced prices, jin 31 _3t cotf w Seed Oats, fK have this day landing and for sale, a small cargo of oats. [mar 9] LINDSAY & HILL. Xtnvng Hyson Tea. CHESTS, represented to be of superior quality, O landing and for sale by „r__ march 9^ & MESSERSMITff. Stowvach Hilt era Dr. WEDDERBURN has for sale a good stock of bes STOMACH BITTERS. Also, a second quality BITTERS, wh'ch he war rants to be superior to any in Alexandria, except the a bove, which he is selling at $1 per gallon by five gal lons or more; under that quantititv ifl 25; quart and pint at the same rate; in bottles $4 50 per dozen, or 40 cents each. All who wish to enjoy the greatest bles sing on earth, health, in a climate like this, wherc_ fogs ami miasmas are so common at this season of the year, would do well to use the Stomach Bitters two or three times a day, as a preventive; their good qualities can be proven by hundreds of respectable gentlemen.— What is the trifling sum of a few dollars in a family, when they enjoy health, and are exempt from medical aid. Re guarded against imposition, .•* spurious Bit ters unde'* my name and labels, have been sold here by retail. Every bottle sold by me is scaled on the cork with wax,and a stamp on it._march 7—2aw.3w G. Suit afloat. a Bushels G. A. bait afloat, for sale by IJsUU LINDSAY & II march 4 . Salt. 0)QnAfl BUSHFXS I urks Island, St. Ubes, and ,^*)trf.fl_Fl.ivtrpo<)l coarse salt 350 sacks of blown do. Liverpool filled—forsaie by march 2 WILLIAM FflWl.E &■ Co. New-Orleans Molasses f INDSAY & HILL have just received and for «lc, | i 34 hhds prime New-Orhans molasses. mar 4 II Ploughs and Castings fTMlEEBOUN’S improved PLOUGH'S, of the various IP numbers.—Also, Mould Boards, Landsides and Shares lor sale by JOHN II. LADD, feb 28__ 13. & I.]?. Thompson, AVEreceived, per ships Pioneer and Shenandoah, from Liverpool, a well selected assortment ol S EdtWJt'Ji RLE. GOODS: %monglhrm are— Extra saxony cloths and cassimcrcs Fine and superfine, do do Do do double milled drab Mixed and drab plains Drab water proof do Drab and olivefearnaughts Fashionable London tciilinet & Valencia vesting Figured, plain and twilled bombazettes, in great Circassian j>laids [variety White, scarlet, red, ? FLANK ELS Yellow, green and black > Swanskins, Locking and drapery baizes 8-4cassimere shawls, plain and printed borders 8-4, 0-4, 10-4, 11-4* 12-4 and 13-4 rose blanket1! as sorted in trusses 3, 3$ and 4 point blankets Fancy prints of -he newest style Do clouded costume ginghams By the Brunswick, from Bremen, 20 bales of burlaps, Nd. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 ONT HAND, Cambric, jaconet and fancy muslins Brown and bleached shirtings Cotton and worsted hosiery, choppa romais Devonshire kerseys, pelisse cloths Buttons, pins, &c. &c. And, daily expected, 4- 4 fine and superfine ingrain carpeting-' 5- 8,3-4 and 4-4 do venitian do Hearth rugs, carpet bindings Strelitz osnaburgs, twilled sacking Russia sheetings, ravens duck Irish linens, paten t shoe threads ?ept 1 Tivsi lioUeuiea. The next is the • Grand State tottery of hhodt bland Which draws in Providence on the 8th inst. S. & M Allea Managers. HIGHEST PRIZE 10,000 DOLLARS. Tickets only 3 dollars—shares in proportion. On the 12th of April, The Washington Canal and Rhode Island State tottery, Draws in Providence, HIGHEST PRIZE g 10,000 DOLLARS. I'ickets only $.1—halves $1 50—quarters 75 cts. Tickets and shares in the above, and in all other Lot teries now before the public, may be had on the bes* terms, and in the greatest variety of numbers at CORSE’S OFFICE. McKnight’s Building, King street, two (tors I fee' of , . Royal street, partly occupied bv J. W. Logan, as a SHUTT & TOBACCO STORE Xj*Orders per mail (post paid) enclosing the cash or Prize tickets in any of the late lotteries will meet with prompt attention, if addressed to april .1X0. COI1SE, Alexandria, I). C, The best Chance ever offered for so small a . Sum. . The Washington GysluA ConsuMateA Lottwy Will be drawn in Washington on the 26th inst.—Vatcs &, Mclntvre Managers. Scheme: 1 prize of 1 do 1 do 1 do 1 do f60,000 40.000 20.000 15.000 10.000 54 do 186 do .",72 1302 139 JO 1,000 500 100 40 20 < Whole tickets #20; Halves 10; Quarters 5; Eighth;' 2 50; Twentieths 1. Grand Slate Lattee^ of Aid. To be drawn in Baltimore on the 10th May.—Scheme, 1 prise of 2 do IS do 100 do *550 do §25,000 5,000 500 50 10 1 prize ot id0,U00 10 do l.OOC 50 do 10O 100 do 20 20,000 do < Tickets only S5, Halves S2 50, Quarters Si 25. Tickets and shares in the above lotteries, in a varic ty of numbers, for sale at CORSE’S april 4 Office, McKnightV Building First lotteries. The next one, State Lottery of Rhode Is trend, Will be drawn the 8th lost.—Tickets only $3. Capital prizes, 10,000, 5,000, 5 of 1,000, ice. Will also be drawn in this City ' The 26ih inst Grand G onsiAidat ed Iiotte* 3, The brilliant prizes of g60,000, 840,000, 825,000, 820,267, 815,000 810,160, 54 of 1000, 186 of 500, fcte. fcc. Comprising the scheme. Tickets $20, slures in pro portion. For lucky numbers in either of t he above splendid lotteries, apply at TYLER’S TEMPLE OF FORTUNE, lux) doors Dust of Brown'8 Hotel Pennsylvania Jirenue, Or at either of his Offices, Bridge-street, George town, or King and Itoyal streets, Alexandria. Cash, as usual, advanced for prizes in all responsible Lotteries as soon as drawn. , april 5____ For Prizes apply at Runnells's Offices. More Good Y*uck\ A continuation of good luck, unequalled, still attends adventurers at Runnells’sOld Established Prize Offices, Alexandria, and Washington City, I). C. Drawn Numbers in the Union Canal Lottery, 20th Class, which took place in the City of Philadelphia on the 29th March—viz: 47 15 29 23 54 52 33 £5 60 Ticket No. 15 29 47 a prize of $20,000 23 52 54 do 10,000 33 60 65 do 5,000 33 52 54 do 3,046 Nos. 23 52 60, and 23 60 65, prizes of500 dolls, each, sold at J. II. RunrcIN prize ofiicc, a few days since, part of which he is happy to say, is owned in this town, the other in New Baltimore, Va. One of winch was presented on Saturday and the Cash paid at sight.— The fortunate holders of the other prizes are respect fully invited to call and receive their cash or undrawn tickets in lotteries soon to l»c drawn. The first is the THE NEXT IS THE The Grand State Lottery of Rhode Island, To be drawn in Providence on the 8th day of April next—Sherr.c: 1 prize of 10,000 1 do 5,000 5 do 1,000 ■1 do 518 4 do 500 Brio 44 do 88 do 528 do 5676 do 10'j 50 'Ji !J Ticket* only $3—iliares in proportion. j The next 26th April. Oraud il onso\u\a\eil Lottery * To be drawn in W ashington—Highest prize $6U,')00~ Tickcts $20 ; Halves 10; Quarters 5; Eighths $2 5U srLE.vmn scheme: prize of do do do do 54 186 372 do do do do 6u,000 dollars. 40.000 dollars. 25.000 dollars. 20.000 dollars. 15.000 dollars 10,160 dollars 1,000 dollars. 500 dollars. 100 dollars. The next 10th May. The Grand State Lottery of Md. Odd and Even, to be drawn in Baltimore—highest pri/e j25,UO(J“1 ickets $5. SCHEME. 1 prize of 25,000 1 2 10 15 50 10J 10,000 5.000 1.000 500 100 50 of of of of of of Sec. See. Sic. Tickets in any of the above schemes can be had a* j. h: runnellsv rU<l established Prize Office, King-street, Alexandria, or at his office on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington City, 1). C. Orders promptly attended to »?r ■> 'Hus is to litre *Votice, THAT the subscriber of Fauquier county, Virginia, has obtained from the Orphans’ Court of Alexan dria county, I). C. letters of administration on the per sonal estate of Isaac Gibson, late of the count) tS. foresaid, deceased. All personating cla.n.sagainst the said decedent, are hereby warned to exhibit.iht same to the subscriber* with the vouchers ’ passedby the Orphans’Court, on or befoie , * dav of September next, or they may by aw , ded from all benefit to said estate, and those . _ thereto are required to make immediate P») mem. Given under my hand this AM GIBSON mar 11—-lm Adrar. of Isaac Gibson.