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TG. PRETTYMAN & Co. return their thanks to • the public in general, for the liberal encourage ment they nave met with sincd their commencing bu sines, which they hope to merit by being well assorted with the best articles in their line, at moderate prices, at their store, at the On Kingal, 4 doors above the Mechanic’ Sank, Jlexa'a. THOMAS G. PRETTYMAN Has lately patented, and is now manufacturing, A SPRING SADDLE, Much superior to anu that hare hitherto been offered to the Public. This improvement consists in the suspension of the whole seat, by two <J springs, similar to a gig spring, which being screwed on the back part of the cantle ot the saddle, receives an iron bar, forming the sweep ot the cantle, thus preserving it from receiving any injury by a horse rolling in the saddle, and making the saddle tree more firm than it would otherwise be, which can not fad to give ease to both horse and rider a flame al so enters the back of the cantlc, calculated to raise the Valice or Portmanteau, and keep it entirely clear of the horse’s back—this can be put on or removed in a mo ment. Gentlemen desirous ot further explanation are invited to call at the store and examine the model.— Persons out of the District wishing to purchase the pa tent right will be dealt with oa liberal terms on appli cation as above. In order to prove to the public the superiority of these saddles, they have giv.en a tew extracts ot letters from those who have them in use—among whom is the late President of the United States:— T G. Pretty man: Sir,—I find, on trial of your Pa tent Spring Saddle, th:.. it corresponds with the view you have takea of it. JAMES MONROE. Oak Hill, July 7th, 1326. T. G. Prettj-man & Co.—I find your Patent Spring Saddle to be i ,r superior to any 1 have ever tried AIMSS BUCKNER. Auburn, Loudoun Cy. I a. July 17th, 1826. From the U. S. Agent of the Patent Office. T. G. Prettyman &Co.: Gentlemen,—This evening ia the first time that 1 have mounted my horse since l received this elegant specimen of your ingenuity. It is so easv, tnat were I to ride a few hours on it, 1 think it probable 1 should fall asleep. 1 admire, not only the invention, but the materials; and particularly the work manship. -* WILLIAM THORN TON. lVa>hhigton City, June ,'OfA, 1826. T. G. Prxttyman: Sir,—1 have used your Patent Spring Saddle for some time past, and can say it is the easiest that l have ever used; and can, agreeably to my judgment ©n experience, in confidence recommend it, DANIEL KENNEDY. Charles County, Aid. July Slh, 1826. We, the subscribers, citizens of Alexandria, have used T. G. Pretty man’s Patent Spring Saddle, and find it easier than anv we have tried. JOHN TIOOFF. A. C. CAZENOVE. J. II. RUNNELLS. e\\ lingUslv V whileatiows. THE BEAUTIES OK LORD BYRON, selected from his works; to which is prefixed a Biographical Memoir of his Life and Writings, 1 vol. $1 00 Letters from the East, by John Came, esq. 6 00 Observations on the actual state of the English Laws of Real Property; with the outlines of a Code; by James Humphrey’s, esq. 1 vol. 5 00 Shakspeare’s Dramatic Works—from the text of John son and Stevens; complete in one volume, (fine pa . per and ty pe,) 12mo. price _ 3 50 Sheridauiuna; or Anecdotes of the life ofShcridan—his Table-Talk and Bon Mots; w ith a Portrait, ^ 2 50 Mary, Queen of Scots: her persecutions, sufferings, and trial*; with an engraved frontispiece of her es cape from Lochleven Castle, 1vol. 2 50 A Visit to the Rectory of Pussy, with sketches of Cha * racter and Scenery, '35 Moderation, a Tale; by Mrs. Iloffland, ^ 0 75 Gray’s Elegy in a Country Cl»urch-yurd; part .2, ofthe Anthology', or Poetical Library, 0 25 Starkie’s Law of Evidence, 3 vols. royal.8vo, 15 50 New Edition of Evans’ Millwrights’ and Millers* Guide; Flint’s Travels in the West; Shaler’s Algiers; XV hea ton’s Pinckney; Johnson’s Medico-Chirurgical Re view; Westminster Review, No. 9. On sale by P1SIIFA THOMPSON, Washington City, July 17____ PROPOSALS, By Wat Si Gminx, of Washington City, for publish ing bv subscription, D ^RXA.V’S ADPB.ESS, For the BOSTON BARD: and The Triumph of Truth, a Poem,by the same Author. TERMS: The volume will consist of about 70 octavo pages, printed in handsome style, on paper of un excellent quality, and will be hot pressed, and neatly bound in boards. Price 50 cents. . The proceeds of the work, after defraying ’.he cost of • publicu&on, will be transferred to the Boston Bar J. Gentlemen holding subscription papers will pluasc return them to D. Bryan, P. M. Alexandria, D. C. to whom, also, persona at a distance wishing to subscribe, will please co.nmuni«ate their names. giving the foregoing Prospectus a place in their columns. Editors of newspapers may, while they manifest their «ytnp*th> for, contribute something to wards the relief of the afflicted “Bard.” june 37 . . Slacker e\. L\NDING from the brig Lucv Ann, 100 barrels J tali' MACKEREL, which will be sold low if ta ken from the vessel. Wkeftt WftwUnV \ ^ OR wish to purchase wheat, and will give the high est market price in the District forgood Wheat. ! june 21___‘LINDSAY & III Id.. District ol* Coto\\)‘uv, Alexandria County, ss. APRIL TERM, 1826 Jonah Thompson, Complainant, f Against J T . Thomas Hickman and Moses Gibson,''- J' j Defendants. L THEdefendant Thomas Ilicicman not having entered bis appearance and given security according to the statute am! the rules of this Court; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, upon affidavit, that the said Thomas Hickman is notan inhabitant of this Dis trict—on the motion of the complainant, by his coun sel, it is Ordered, that the said Thomas Hickman do ap pear here on the first day ot the next term, and enter his. appearance to this suit, and give security for per forming the decrees of the Court: And that the other defendant tfjse* Gibson do not pay away, convey, or seerete, he debts by him owing to, or the estate or ef fects in h*s bauds belonging ng to the said Thomas Hickman until the further order of the Court. And that a copy of this order be forthwith published for two months successively in one of the public news papers, printed in Alexandria; and that another copy be oosted at the front door of the Court-house of said County. Twt, EDM I. LEE, Clerk, v may 35 3taw2m Xew "Rooks wad Music. TIIF. Operative Mechanic and British Machinist, No. 2, Moderation, a Tale, by Mrs. Holland, 7 5 cents. Flint’s Recollections of the Last Ten Years, passed in occasional residences and journeying* in the Valley of the Mississippi, 1 vol. 8vo. $2 25. , Anniversary Address, on the progress of the Natural Sciences in the United States, delivered betore the Ly ! ceum of Natural History, of New A ork, by J. b. De kav, 50 cents. , . Observations on the Actual State of the English Laws of Red Property, with the Outlines of a Code, byJas. Humphreys, Esq. 8vo. $5. , Remarkable Events in the History of Man, or narra tives of the most wonderful adventurers, remarkable trials, murders, escapes, &c. compiled by the Rev. Jo ! shua Watts, 2 vols. *1 75. . _ An Inquiry into the Nature and 1 reatmcnt ot Dia betes Calculus, and other affections of the Urinary Or gans, by W. Protit, M. 1), F. «- S., 1st American edi tion, with Notes, &c. by S. Calhoun, M. D. 1 vol. $2. Shakspeare’s Flays; with a Glossary* nwnuturc^cdi tions, 1 vol. 12ino, tine paper and diamond type, $5. Aevi Music. “Zulieka,” a Song; ‘O breathe again those sounds;’ ‘Paul Pry,’ a Comic Song; ‘From Greenland’s icy mountain's,’ by Dr. Heber; ‘Days of Absence,’ with variations; New Spanish Dance. Spanish Guitars; Clarionets; Flutes; Violins, (from $Jto 10 ) Flageolets, and a general assortment of-Mu sic ami Instruments. On sale by _ Washington, july 10 PIS lit. Y THUMP SO ft. Whiskey, Tpav and Ouffcc. ja HMDS. Baltimore whiskey ILF 11 boxes Gunpowder tea 5 bagsju\a coffee, landing this day and tor sale by S. MESSERSM1TH. june 29 _______, St. Croix Sugar, 5 HDDS, prime St. Croix sugar, received this day and for sale bv (may 17]_It. I. T. WILSON. YaVegawt YYvab YYaYs ^ Of different shades, suitable to the / approaching season, can bo had at / TH03VI.fi S L. IVTAKTIITS k Fashionable Hat Mann factory,onAtng 9 street, next door to Joseph Jimmy's. ALSO,ON HAND— An extensive assortment of DLJiGK //.? TSo( differ ent qualities, of his own aiul of Baltimore manufacture; which will be sold on pleasing terms._im-v Snting UimtYs. WITHERS (J WASHINGTON f¥AVE imported in the ship Herald via Baltimore,— ( l Extra super blue and black ermine St velvet cloths Blue, black and assorted col\l cassiinercs Plain and twilled black bombazetts Black and col’d stripe Circassians for pantaloons Wilmington and other stripesfbr do Printed and white Marseilles Super London Ginghams, new style Grecian and shaded striped muslins Gingham and cambric robes 4 4 and 6-4 cotton cambric, jackonet do Plain striped and cross barred do . Plain and fig’d book muslin, mull do Cambric and garment dimities, linen checks Men’s, women’s and misses cotton hose Half hose, nett braces Pins in packs and pounds 10 cases common and superfine prints Clark’s sewing and floss cotton in spools Orrcll’s do in 2 drachms balls Gilt coat and vest buttons, pearl do On hand, bu recent arrivals from Xew- Yor’(, Plain and figh’d Swiss muslins Black Italian lustring Senchews and sarcenetts Pink, white, blue and green florcncc Pink, white and black Italian crapes Black and white satin, plain and fig’d Black mode, hat crape Mo..Win «m) crapes Crape robes, do shawls Black bombazine and fig’d Grosde Naples Green gauze and white bobinett lace veils 4-4 and 6-4 bobbinetts, knitting cotton Beaver and dogskin gloves, ladies’ kid do Super English silk florentine Flag, bandanna and Spitalfiehl hdk’fs, Madrass do Linen cambric, linen cambric hdk’fs White and fancy colored cravats Irish linens, long lawns, Brown holland Ladies’plain andribb’d silk hose Bibbed silk half hose Drab,mix’d and black lasting Figured Denmark sattccns Burlaps, ticklcnburgs, oznaburgs arid sacking 10 bales brown and bleached Russia sheetings 5 do Russia ducks 20 do 3-4 Blackstone and other brown shirtings 10 do 4-4 and 7-8 ditto ditto 10 do 3-4, 7-8 & 4-4 bleach’d shirtings & sheetings Together with a variety of articles in their l ine toonu merousto mention, which will be sold wholesale or re tail at reduced prices. april 26 TUe teuuscvibfcv INTENDING to decline the general Dry Goodsbu sincss, in which he has been engaged, offers his STOCK OV GOODS on hand, by wholesale or retail, at reduced prices.—-It consists of— Cloths, kerseymeres, ScholtieUl’sflannels Cambric muslins, Irish linens, long lawns Irish and English shirting cottons Superfine boinbazetts ot all colors A variety of fine vestings English sewing silk and twist Patent and Aberdeen threads Best London pins of all sizes Best treble and common gilt buttons Gentlemen’s beaver and doeskin gloves Russia sheetings and lta\ ens duck Burlaps, Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4 Ingrain and Venitian Stair <V Floor Carpetings. HE HAS JUST RECEIVED— Irish linens, fine table damask diapers S-49-4Si 10-4 Towelling diapers of all kinds 5-1 Irish shetings, very fine 6 casks of shad and herring seine twine 9 brles of common, yellow and bleached shoe (Thread Domestic cottons, bleached and unbleached And expects daily, an assortment of Plaids, Stripes, Checks and Cassinctts. CHARLES BENNEII. apr 10 ___• A. C. Cazenove £5 Co. Hare in Store, 2000 bushels Ground Alum salt 50 p:eces Russia sheeting From the schooner Napoleon— 20 hhds first quality St. Croix sugar From schooner Esther and Sally— 250 kegs Dupont’s gunpowder, double and trible F glazed 250 sacks blown salt, 50 hluls molasses 50 do N- E. rum and gin, 100 barrels do do 80 do whiskey, 5 pipes brandy, 5 do gin 10 hhds Muscovado sugar, 70 casks refined sugars 200 boxes glass assorted sizes, 200 kegs cut nails & brads, 40 casks Spermaceti oil 120 baskets olive oil, 150 boxes sperm candles 50 boxes mould candles, 40 do castile soap 30 do domestic brown soap, 50 do German pipes 170 kegs manufactured tobacco 50 boxes raisins, 50 do capers and olives • 2 bbls Palm nuts, vervfine; 15 tons Swedes iron L. P. Madeira, Sicily Madeira, "Y French Madeira, Colmenar, C WISE. Sweet Malaga, Claret and Portj 3 casks scraped gum copal, of fine quality Imperial, tTyson and Young Hyson Teas Sugar house, wrapping and common paper, Sic. ro*y 15 Candles; and Coffee. 4 n BOXES Sperm Candles, 20 bags good St. Do, XvF mingo Coffee, just received and for sale at re duced prices by S. MESSERSifFTlI july 21 I'oyIc, Soa^, fete. CyBBI.S. New-York prime Pork, 20 boxes hard •jIf yellow Soap, 1000 lbs. Tallow, 10 boxes sperm. Candles, received per Eagle, from New-York, and for sale by [july 171 WM. L. KENNEDY Muscovado Sugars. G> II HI)S. and 20 barrels prime Muscovado Sugar - ■IF just received and for sale by J . R. I. T. WILSON. N. Orleans and SL Croix sugar in hlids. and bbls. july 13 ^_____ NEW Spring au(V Summer OooCls. JAMES w. SCOTT YEl VS just received, and offers for sale, at the house JU South-west Corner of King and Fairfax Streets, recently occupied by Mr. Jamls Uakhy, an extensive assortment of New Spring and Summer Goods, bought in New York and the intermediate markets, at the present depressed prices, and ot the latest importa tions, which will be sold at a small advance either by wholesale or retail. .Among them arc: Sup. cloths, black, blue, brown, claret, Sec. Cassimeres, drills, white brown and fancy stripes Superior ginghams, new and handsome style Grecian and Chilian stripe muslins, rrfuslin robes. Mundcrine crape robes, black and colored Black ami colored Canton crapes Rich barage and Chilian silks for dresses, new article Black and colored Gros dc Naples Real Italian black lutestring, superior black mode Florences and satins: figured silks various colors Scnshawsand sarsnetts Figured and plain Swiss and Scotch mull, jackonet and book muslins Italian crapes various colors Silk and Marseilles vesting Ladies’ and gentlemen’s silk, thread and cotton ho siery Fancy baruge and silk hdkf’s new style Bandanas and chuppa romalls Linen cambrics and L. C. hdkf’s, plain and colored borders Ladiescolored and white sup. horseskin, kid and silk gloves; gentlemen’s beaver, horseskin St thread do Ladies and gentlemen’ssilk, thread St cotton hosiery Blue and yellow nankins Ladies, misses’ and children’s oiled silk aprons Leghorn and Bolivar hats, umbrellas and parasols 4-4 and 7-8 Irish linens and sheetings 3-4 and 7-8 long lawns, Russia and Scotch sheetings German Ticklenburg and Burlaps Domestic brown and bleached sheetings St shirtings Plaids, cotton yarn, Stc. Stc. with a great variety of STAPLEfy FANCY GOODS, - notjiere enumerated, and to which the attention ot purchasers, both town and country, is respectfully mi i vited._ _ _ _n»».v 17 REMOVAL. J AMF.S C. BARRY lias removed to the store lately occupied bv Mr. Neheniiah Carson, on King-street, next door to the s.lore ot Messrs. McCrea St Co. and the Washington Tavern, and has just received a very general assortment of new and beautiful SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. Which he offers for sale at the most reduced prices, at his new stand, lately occupied by Mr. Nehetniah Car son, and adjoining the store of Messrs. R. M’Crea 5t Co. and the Washington Tavern—consisting in part of London and Yorkshire blue, black and medley cloths First and superfine quality cassimcres of all colors Black English silk, white h colored Marseilles vestings Blue and yellow Nankins Nankin silk regents, vigonia cassimercs, plain & ribbed French brown, regents stripe and white linen drillings Washington, Wilmington & other twilled stripe goods Black everlastings and Circassians Parisian shaded silks and barrage ginghams A great variety of striped and cross-barred ginghams, Bolivar stripes Giecian striped and figured jaconet muslins Swiss, book and mull mull muslins, plain and figured A new style of calicoes from to fcents Mourning calicoes, 6-4 do ginghams, very cheap Green, pink, white and black Italian crapes Plain and handsome figured black nankin do Black amhcolorcd Canton do Silk Bundanno, Spittalfield and flag silk hdkfs. Cotton do. Chromate, .Madras and imitation Spittalfield uo White and fancy colored cravats, new style White, pink, green, blue, black, lilac & olive florences Gentlemen’s sdk umbrellas, 30 and .>2 inch Ladies’ lined and fringed parasols with ivory handles Ladies’ and gentlemen’s silk and cotton hosiery, rib bed and plain Black, white, and col’d kid, Itorseskin & beaver gloves Gentlemen’s Woodstock, English buckskinStbcaver do Ladies’ black and white silk, and misses long kid do Black Italian and India lustrings Black bombazine, black fig’d tiros Jc Naples Plain and fig’d white satin Green gauze and white lace veils Thread, bobinetand mechlin laces, jaconet insertings Furniture and garment dimities Indies’fancy gauze, barrage, and fig’d satin hdkf ’s. One case India fans Walpole ticking, 3-4 and 14 furniture & apron checks Domestic plaids and stripes Sea Island, steam loom and Madapolan shirtings 3-4, 44 and 64 brow n and bleached domestics Burlaps, ticklenburgs, osnaburgs, Russia sheetings Ravens Duck, Irish linens, dowlas, lawns, and brown hollands Brown cambric, gilt and fashionable steel buttons White and colored spool and ball sewing cottons Plain and twill’d bombazetts, striped lestrings Bonnet wire, hat crape, sewing silk Pearl and lace buttons, tapes, pins, cotton and worsted braces, braids, &c. kc. ALSO— Baltimore Cotton Yarn, Carpet Chain, Candlewick, and Seine Twine. All of which will be sold wholesale or retail, on the most accommodating terms._npril 22 Rheumatism and Gout, Benjamin Mo range § Son'* Medicated Oil Silk. HUMANITY requires to proclaim to the public an exterior remedy for the cure of all Chronic Dis orders, but particularly the Gout, Rheumatism, and Colds. Many thousands have been cured of these ter rible diseases, both in the United States and in t rance; and as many highly able and respectable physicians of this city wish to give justice to truth, they have deli vered the following certificate: New-York, 23d Aug. 1820. d3The varnished silk manufactured by M. Morange fit Son, is capable of being applied with great advan tage in many cases of Gout, Rheumatism, Chronic, en largements and stiffness of the joints, and indurate glandular tumors: and in some cases is preferable to any other remedy with which we areacquainted. [Signed] Wright Post, M. D. John Watts,jun. M. D. Alex. H. Stevens, M. D. R- S. Kissam, M. D. David Hosack, M. D. W. G. S. Macnevcn, M.D. JohnNeilson, M. D. Edw. Delaficld, M. D. Felix Pascalis, M. D, Dr. Valentine Mott, Samuel L. Mitchell, M. D. To be had at the Drug Store of JOHN I. SAYBS, sule agent for Alexandria. march 30 S\*an\s\i lian^udge. C 15 BPS Spanish Grammar, 2d edition, revised, cor rected, enlarged, and greatly improved, $1 50 Do. New Pocket Dictionary of the English and Spanish Languages, compiled from Neuman, Conelly, &c. 2 vols. 3 50 Do. Spanish Translator or Traductor Espa nol, a new and practical system for translating the Spanish Language, 1 50 Do. Extractos de les mas eelebres Escrito res v Poetas Espanoles, en dos partes, 2 00 Do. English and Spanish Conductor, being a scries of familiar Dialogues and Commercial Letters 75 On sale by PISHKY THOMPSON. p. s._P THOMPSON will shortly receive, and will be constantly supplied with Mr. Cubi’s Traducteur Francois—for a character of which sec the Intelligen cer of this day. School Books in the Classical, and in all the me dern Languages, in the greatest variety, and on the most moderate terms. Academies supplied with Sta tionery, Classical and Scientific ’'ooks, Drawing ma terials, Mathematical Instruments, on very liberal terms. ang 3_ Mackerel. A A A DDLS. No. 3, Mackerel, just received per 1X4 schr Harriet, capt. Taylor, from Portland, and for sale bv M. MILLEU & SON. IN STORE.—50 bbls nett Herrings 50 do gross do 7 mo 27 _fit SUMMER GOODS. ROBERT BARRY, Opposite Jonathan Butcher’s Hardware store, HAS just received in addition to his Spring Goods, recently advertised, the following articles: ClothsanJ cassimeres Silk mingles for gentlemen’s coats, a new and beautiful article French merino bombazine for do White and colored drillings Do do and striped jeans Calicoes, cambrics and ginghams Irish, Scotch and German linens Plaid, brown and bleached domestics Cross barred and striped cambrics Plain and figured book muslins Do do Swiss do Ladies’ black and white si'k hose Gentlemen’s do do and half do Pleached and brown Russia sheeting White and black Italian crapes Colored and black Canton do Rlack Italian lutestring • Thread and bobbinett laces, bobbinett veils Parasols and umbrellas, bamboo a: d paperfans Ladies fancy work boxes Plain and twilled black bombazette Knitting cotton, pink and blue Florence silk, Ladies and gentlemen’s gloves UnlthnoYe West Cotton \vxvn, With many other articles. All of which were pur chased at reduced prices, and will be sold on accom modating terms. [may 29]_IL lilies: 500 Oronoko Dry Hides 400 Porto Rico do. do Landing this day lVoin on board schr Haxall, and for sale bv M. MILLER ic SON, or Gmo 19 _ JOHN S. MILLER._ Coft'ee. tiinnBACS St. Domingo coffee of superior quftii Mi) tv, received per schooner Mary Eleanor, for sale by WM. FOWLE £t Co. may 20 _ By5 an \Iamp son & Son, HAVE JUST RECEIVED, i 4 IIHD9. St. Croix} 11 5 do N. Orleans > SUGARS, 30 bbls loaf &. lump} 10 hhds Orleans molasses 6 bbls do do 3000 lbs prime green coffee 3000 lbs St Domingo do 1000 lbs Sumatra pepper 3 chests Gunpowder Imperial } 20 boxes do do v. TEAS. 10 do Young Hyson do } 2 pipes old Cognac brandy 2 do do Holland gin 1 puncheon superior old Jamaica spirit 6 do Antigua do 3 do New-Kngland do 10 barrels do do 30 kegs Madder 1 hhd and 6 bbls copperas 1 tierce alum 1 pipe superior old Madeira wine 3 do Lisbon do 10 quarter casks Malaga do 6 do French Madeira do 5 bbls ground ginger 100 reams wrapping paper Which, with their usual assortment of well selected GROCERIES on retail, they oiler tor sale on liberal terms. N. It. Family Flour constantly on hand. apr5 ,X. V). Sus;aY, Coffee, fete. THE SUBSCRIBER HA3 JUST RECEIVED—• j 4-1 HMDS. New-Orlcans sugar 11 F 20 bags green coflee 30 barrels first proof Baltimore whiskey 150 do Carolina and Suffolk tar Leiper’s and Garrett’s Philadelphia manufactured Scotch snuff in kegs IN STORE— Bridport shad and herring seine twine Cotton do do do Cordage of all sizes Turks Island, Ground Alum and American salt Sacks Liverpoolblown do Hhds molasses, bags pepper Chests and half chests Gunpowder, Imperial and Young Hyson Yea Bags allspice, boxes mould candles, shoe thread ltaTels glauber salts, kegs race ginger Salt petrein kegs, superior Cognac brandy Jamaica spirits, Antigua do Dupont’s Brandywine gunpowder, shot Kegs nails, of ali sizes, do chewing tobacco TcncrifFe and French Madeira wine FAMILY FLOUR Loaf and lump sugar, Sic. together with many other articles, all of which w 1 be sold on reasonable terms apr 19__GEO: COLKMAV VTne Teas, etc. WILLIAM BARTLEMAN has just received 18 chests, half chests, and boxes Gunpowder 8 chests Young llvson teas very superior quality 6,000 lbs. fine green and Java coffee *10 hhds aiU £ first and second proof whiskey Which with hisusual extensive stock of GROCERIES will be sold on pleasing terms april 18 To l»et, A very convenient brick Dwelling House, with out houses complete, adjoining Dr. James Carson’s on Cameron street. Pos session maybe had 1st May Apply to apr27 CHARLES BENNETT. To Let, The store and house on King-street, opposite R. II. Miller’s, and one door west of Thomas Mount’s, lately occupied by Samuel __iD. Harper as a hat store.—To a good tenant the terms will be moderate. Apply to aPr 14 ' JON. C. MAY. Cognac Ijvan&v. 4 PIPES, olil and of Superior quality, just received and for sale by S MESSERS StlTH. july 27 A. 13. Caicuovc &Co. HAVE just received per sloop Brothers, a few tons prime Russia Hemp, and 5 bales best Cotton Yarn, assorted. Also, per schr Minerva, from Madeira, via Charleston, a further supply of Murdoch, YuiUe, Wardrop k Co's. Vine Old Alaffcmi Wine, in pipes, half pipes and quarter casks. july 24 YveueYi Aladcira Wine. 4 4"| H ALF PIPES, 10 quarter pipes, and lOIndiar I.\F.barrels French Madeira Wine—landing from** schooner Velocity, for sale by July 14 __C. k 1. P. THOMPSON. Tobacco aud Snuff Stove. JOHN* W LOG AW, RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and custom i ers generally, that lie bason hand at his Store, FIRS! QUALITY CHEWING TOBACCO, warranted to be superior to any in the District. Also, Superior ladies’ twist, 1st quality small do, Gray Si Fan key’s celebrated brand. Also—Superfine ycliow and brown SEGARS, manufactured from the best Havana tobacco, in whole, half, and quarter boxes—2d quality do do do—1st and 2d quality half Spanish do—do do common do, made of superior tobacco. Also—A general assortment of 1st quality SNUFFS of Martinique Natchitoches Loillard’s Maccahoy, in bottles am! jara Coarse and fine Itappee Garrett’s Scotch, in bottles and bladders Lciper’s do do do Atso, a complete assortment of SNUFF BOXES— which he offers, at wholesale or retail, as low as can br had at any other establishment in the District. Coun try dealers and others wishing articles in his line, will find it to their advantage to favor him with a cull at his store, nex> floor to Tyler’s Lottery Office, King-street, Alexandria. Cash will be Riven for Rood transfer Tobacco. N. R- Tickets in the various lotteries will be kept constantly for side. junc 10—3m Spring GootAs. JAMES A. WA I'ERS lias just received and is now opening, al his new store, south-east corner of King and Fairfax streets, a general as&rtmentol Seasonable, Dry Goods. Consisting in part of the follow ing articles— Sheppard’s superfine blue and black cloths Claret, green, olive and grey do Blue, black and drab cassimercs 4 cases ladies’ parasols, 1 case gentlemen’s umbrellas Long and short pieces yellow nankeens Black and drab Denmark sattecn, striped Oorentine Black twill’d Circassians, linen cambrics Plain and figured black silks, linen cambric hdks Do do do coloured do, fig’rd and plain book muslins Cotton cambrics, jaconet cambrics, 5-4 >wiss cravats Plain and fig’rd silk hdkfs, G-4 cross barred do Flag, bandannoaml Madras hdkfs Plain and ribbed silk half hose, raw silk do do I ,adics black and white silk hose, do do do cotton do Men’s white, black and colored cotton socks Blue, pink, white and black Italian crape 1 case 7-8 and 1 case 4-4 Irish linens, long lawns Black and brown Hollands, Irish dowlas Plain & striped drillings, Russia drillings unbleached Ticklcnbtirgs, burlaps and Scotch oznabtirgs Men's thread from 10 to 30, Bolivar stripes Calicoes and ginghams, black mandarine robes Colored Nankin crapes, f lack & colored Canton do Canton crape shawls, white and colored Marseilles Cotton cassimere, ladies’ w hite, blk St col’d kid gloves Angola cassimeiaybr gentlemen’s coats Bleached and unbleached Russia sheetings Ravens duck, diapers, 3 4, 7-4, 4-4, and 5-4 bleached and unbleached domestic cotton, colored do 3-4, 4-4, and 5-4checks, cotton yarn from No. 4 to 1A ALSO— One Gase IiegAvwn Bonnets. With a great variety of other articles too numerous to particularise, w hich will be sold low for Cash, may 17 __ G. & A. A*. Thompson HAVE just received per ship Pioneer, from Live* pool, an assortment of SEASONABLE GOODS. may 5 Horse % ^lavket. » 4|J^X • A* THE subscriber respectfully informs the public, that he has taken out a license for Vending Horses, and that he will offer for sale on Tuesdays and Satur days, at 9 o’clock, in^acli week, at the Team-Rout Hotel, Horses of various descriptions. lie will alway be prepared to attend to tlie calls of his friends at an;, other time—having good stables for the accommoda tion of Horses, persons wishing to purchase may gen erallv be supplied at private sale. june 3 _ __WM. B. STUART. VaVvudHe FftYmioY SvaYvi. The subscriber desiting to /rgt** remove to the South, otters for sale, ’ at a reduced price, the Farm on > jj 1 £ which he lives, known uuder ll'» - name of SPRINGFIELD. T his propert is valu able in consequence of its proximity to the three great markets of the District—being distant from Alexandria and Washington 7 miles, and 5 from Georgetown. The land lies in the county of Fairfax, Virginia, ami in the forks of the road leading front Alexandria to Leesburg, anil from Washington to the Little River Turnpike, . Containing between 3 and 100 .fares: There are four fields for cultivation, under tolerable good fence; an orchard of 130 voting and well-chosen apple trees, separately inclosed; 200young peach trees of the I/rath English Portugal, black pickling and yel low preserving peach trees—together with a number of cherry, apricot, nectarine, quince, pear and damson trees. * The dwelling house is roomy, having four rooms and a passage on the first floor, a large cellar underneath, with convenient bed rooms above.— There are also a good kitchen, smoke-house, barn, sta I ble, cow-house, poultry-house, and spring dairy, over [one of the best springs in Fairfax; between 70 and 80 acres of the above land is in wood. There ar* two Mild. SEA7.S’ on the place, one of perhaps 5' feet fall, with the best building stone (for darn and bouse on the spot—The second seat has not so much fall, but embraces South as well as North run, which gives double the quantum of water. The Garden i large and strongly fenced, w ith posts and palings, iu teiided for a market and kitchen garden, perhaps there are few better garden spots in the county. There are two Meadows, sown in timothy last fall. Also, A LOT in Alexandria, fronting 39 feet noFairfax-street and running ill back to Chappel Alley. There are three small TE NEMENTS on this property, ren ting for 54 dollars per year. Any person wishing to see the farm, it will be shown to them by the subscriber on the pre mises. The lot in town will be shown by Daniel Minor, living in Alexandria. If the aforesaid property ... not disposed of by pu vate bargain before the 14'.h of September next, it will on that Jay be offered for sal- on the premises, to the highest bidder. At the same time will be sold perhaps on a credit, all the Stock—House, Kitchen and farming Utensils, belonging to the subscriber 1 july*12—3Uwt» WESLEY ADAM?