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R»e&\ Estate at Auction.
•jryjJDER the authority of a deed of trust to secure U the payment of certain debts therein mentioned, wilt be sold at public sale at the Town Hall, on Satur day the 6th day of January next, at 12 o'clock, M. the following property:—Part of a lot of ground described in the plan of the town by the number 77, beginning upon the southern line of said lot one hundred and thirty-six feet one inch to the eastward ot Union, be tween Duke and Wolf-streets, and extending from thence into the river Potomac—1 his lot has a front of 25 feet on the river Potomac, more or less. One other lot, north of said lot, parallel and adjoining the Msaine, 25 feet front on the river, on which is a brick warehouse, and a two story frame dwelling house, subject to a ground rent of 58$ dollars per an num._Terms at sale. By order of the Trustee. S. .4. MARSTELLER, auc. oct 6 ,_lawtJ6 Trustees1 Sale. PURSUANT to a Deed of Trust made to me from the late Zachariah Gardner and wife, dated 31st October, 1823, I shall proceed to sell, on Saturday the 30th day of December, 1826, for cash, on the premises, two undivided fourth parts of a ^. Brick Tenement and Lot af Ground, ®TnrB$ situated in the Town of Alexandria, on the 3 * £ J* north side of King-street and to the westward of St. Asaph-street, which property was pur chased by the said Zachariah Gardner ot William fox and Eleanor his wife, of the county of Fairfax, and Samuel W heeler and Jane Eliza his wife of the town of Alexandria by deed of bargain and sale, dated the 16th day of November, 1822, & bounded as in that deed described. At the same time and place will be sold, on a credit of one, two ami three years, the other moiety of the said Brick Tenement and Lot, now belonging to the United States. Notes with approved endorsers made payable as above, will be required for the United States* moiety. T. W. HEWITT. dec 13—ts THOS. SWANN. ^ ___ ■ ■ - — - -1 ^ Murstuil’s Sa\e. WILL be sold on the premises, for cash, on Thurs day the 18th day of January next, all the right, ti tle and interest ot Richard B. Alexander, in and to one Quarter of a Square of Ground, situated on Cameron street, known by the name ot the Old Powder House Lot, to satisfy an execution in tavor of John Zimmerman’s Administratrix against Margaret Scott and others. Sale to commence at 11 o’clock. D. MINOR, D. M. dec 11 For T. Ringgold, Marshal. Mavslial’s Sa\fc. WILL be sold on Thursday the 18th day of January next, at 10 o’clock, for cash, all the right, title and interest of John Adam anil Jane Dade, in and to a Mtwo story Brick Warehouse with Wooden Build ings back, and lot of ground, situated at the in tersection of King and Columbus streets, and at present occupied as a Chair Factory by Robert W ilson—to sa tisfy two executions in favor of Cuthbert Powell D. MINOR, D. M. dec 11 For T. Ringgold, Marshal M.nYs\va\’s Salt. WILL be sold for cash, on Thursday, 18ih day of January next, atone o’clock, all the right, title and interest of William Herbert, in aud to the follow ing property: Ouc Piece oy Parcel of liond near the Rope Walk—beginning at the intersection of West and Oronoko streets, running northwardly with West street to Montgomery street, thence westwaidlv to the north east corner of Peter Sherron’s lot, thence southwardly with said lot to Oronoko street, thence with said street to the beginning—containing 10 acres more or less. Sold to satisfy an execution in favor of . the Bank of the United States. D. MINOR, l). M. dec 11 for T. Ringgold, Marshal. Belle Air Farm For Sale. HE subscriber wishing to remove to the West, of fers for sale his desirable farm, which lies within five miles of Dumfries, (where there is now cutting a canal) and seven miles from the extensive Mills and village of Occoqnan—at either place the highest Balti more and Alexandria prices can be had for all kinds of produce. This tract contains about 500 AAilVES. The quality of tlie land is generally good and suscepti ble of the highest state of improvement by clover and planter; and the best demonstrative evidence that it is one of the most healthy situations in Virginia. There is upwards of one hundred acres of meadow land, and was gathered last year about 500 bushels of corn from about 12 acres. There is now ploughed up, in readi ness for corn or timothy, a considerable quantity of this meadow land. The upland lies well for cultivation: upwards of fifty acres are now well tahtn with clover; and isaeeded this fall about forty acres in rye and wheat. An abundance of wood and timber upon thistract — The Neabsco ltun and its branches pass through the farm, making no field of twenty acres but what is well watered. The Dwelling is an elevated, spacious brick house upwards of fifty feet long and thirty feet wide, finished in a handsome style, in thorough repair by plastering, papering, and painting; four rooms and passage or sa loon on the lower floor, and five rooms and passage on the upper, with every convenience; dry and lofty cel lar under the whole building; a large and handsome covered porch at the front and an uncovered one at the back of the house. Kitchen, smoke house, ice house, stable, corn house extensive cattle sheds, &c. &.c. nearly all new; a well of the best water in the kitchen yard, so cold as not to require ice; handsome front and buck yards and gar den; a large orchard of choice fruit,- together with every convenience to rentier a farm desirable. AVso, One ot\\ev Tract, adjoining the above Farm, containing about 200 Acres, most of which is in heavy timber, and the land very fine; only one mile from an excellent saw mill and two grist mills. No Farm offers so many advantages, and the terms will be made so easy, as must induce any desir ing to purchase a Farm, to make immediate applica tion, either by letter at Dumfries, or personally to me on the premises. Servants, or Land in Tennessee would be taken in exchange. If the above farms are not sold at private sale before Wednesday the ~0th d>ty of December, they w ill be offered at public sale on that day. At the same time and place will be offered all the stock; consisting of oxen, cows, sheep, hogs, &c.; farming utensils, of new and improv- I ed kinds; household and kitchen furniture of the latest fashion, consisting of mahogany sofas, side boards, bu reaus, tables, boo* case and library, bedsteads, beds, fenders and irons, carpets, looking glasses, paintings, china and glass ware, &c. &c. HENRY C. SLADE, Bdle-Jir, Prince William county, Pa. Nov. 21. nov 24— lawt20D c p __ Charles County Couit, IN CHANCERY—August Term. 1826. Edelen, Thompson and others-' w- L Benett Dyson, administrator, , & the heirs of Thos. 1 Speake.J mHB creditors of the late Dr. Thomas I. Speak care X hereby notified to file their claims with the Auditor, on or before the first day' of January, 18^.7. J. G. CHAPMAN, 'Trustee, dec 8 __la wow VaYui Yoy I WISH to sell a Farm about ten miles from Alexan dria, containing 460 acres of Land, well timbered, and a good Orchard. noy 14—Wtf DANIEL F DULANY. NaWs. 4 A KEGS nails of 100 lbs each, warranted better than any in. the District—for sale by 12 mo 4 _M. MILLER & SON. Notice. BY virtue of a deed of trust execu* ed to us by James Foster and Silas Foster, on the 7th day of Decem ber, for the purpose of securing to John Withers and Company and Withers & Washington, the payment of the debts therein mentioned, we shall, on Satur day, the 30th day of December next.expose to sale by public auction for cash, before the front door ot the Court House of Prince William county, one negro estate of their father, James Foster, deceased. Such title as we have under the trust deed will be conveyed to the purchaser. M B. SINCLAIR, ? Tmstces PEY TON NORV1LL, 3 dec 1 ____ts Ytts\viou»\>\c Wats. THOMAS I*. MARTIN has just received a supply of HATS from New York, consisting of first quality Bca ver hats, made particularly for him, and children's fancy hats, suitable for the sea son. He has also on hand, as usual, a general assort- i ment of HATS of his own make, that are warranted good; and is prepared to furnish gentlemen that may favor him with their custom, with as good Hats as they can get in the District. Customers can have the Hats they buy of him ironed gratis. ^ec ^ NVry. Vi. KcuncA} HAS iy STORK AND OFFERS FOR SALE— 6 TIERCES fallow 49 barrels rosin 3 barrels spirits turpentine 20 half bbls No. 1 and 2 mackerel 15 bbls New-York city prime and mess pork 2500 lbs corkwood, suitable for the Fisheries 10 reams Amies' superior hot pressed letter paper 5 boxes sperm candles 15 kegs manufactured tobacco Winter pressed lamp Oil, linseed Oil, White Lead in oil, Spanish Brown, CotVee, Tea and Sugar. And daily expected per schr Franklin, Cupt. Price: 1200 bushels selected grate coals n Air 1 s Sugar,Tea, Coffee, &e. 4 j*Jjj5;j anC* | Sugars, part 1st qualitt/ St Croix. 130 boxes choice Gunpowder and Imperial teas 20 chests and half chests Young Hyson do 70 bags coffee 32 hhds retailing molasses 6000 bushels ground alum salt 500 sacks blown do Liverpool lilicd'. 2500 gallons choice old whiskey 2C000 lbs yellow and brown soap 7 100 boxes mould 8c dipped candles 5 I heir own manufacture—warranted 15 bags Tennessee live feathers 500 old fine hams With a general assortment of Wines, Liquors, Spices, Due Stuffs, Gunpowder, Shot and other GROCERIES. For jale for cash, or at usual credits to punctual cus tomers, by nov 11 MANPEV1LLE 8c LARMOUR. Y'&YY ftiu\ Winter limu\s. JAMES WB SCOTT, South West Corner of King and Fairfax-streds, HAS received by the packets Columbia and Chaun cey, from New-York, where they were bought chiefly at auction for cash, a general assortment of sea sonable Foreign and Domestic Gry Goods—such as Superfine aiul common cloths and cassimeres Rose, point and duffil blankets Flushings and buckings Scarlet, red, white and other flannels Plain and striped British and German linseys Sattinets various colors Silk, worsted, and lamb’s wool hosiery Cloth, chintz, aiul other shawls Silk and barage hhdkFs. Plain and fig’d Gros de Naples, Italian 8c other silks White and colored sattinsand florences Figured and plain ribands Swiss and Scotch book, mull and jackonet muslins Irish linens, linen cambrics and lawns Sup. and common prints and ginghams Scotch plaids and camblets foV cloaks Plain and fig’d bombazetts, various colors Ladies’ and gentlemen’s horseskin 8c beaver gloves Domestic plaids, stripes and checks Bleached and brown sheetings and shirtings German burlaps and ticklenburgs Scotch and Irish brown linens, twill’d sacking; Cotton yarn, from the most approved factories, See With an extensixe variety of other goods not mention ed, which are offered for sale at reduced prices, by wholesale or retail._°ct ~5 Syyrvng Uooas. WITHERS & WASHINGTON I 9 AVK imported in the ship Herald via Baltimore,— U Extra super blue and black ermine Sc velvet cloths Blue, black and assorted col’d cassimeres plain and twilled black bombazetts Black and coi’cl stripe Circassians for panta Wilmington and other stripes tor 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'eotton in spools Orrell’s do in 2 drachms balls Gilt coat and vest buttons, pearl do On hand, by recent arrivals from Ifeiv- Yuri', Plain and figli’d Swiss muslins Black Italian lustring Scnchews and saveenetts Pink, white, blue and green florence Pink, white and black Italian crapes Black and white satin, plain and fig’d Black mode, hat crape Nankin and Canton crapes Crape robes, do shawls Black bombazine and fig’d Grosdc Naples Green gauze and white bobinettlace veils 4-4 and 6-4 bobbinetts, knitting cotton Beaver and dogskin gloves, ladies’ kid do Super English silk Horentine Flag, bandanna and Spitulfield 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 Ribbed silk half hose Drab,mix’d and black lasting Figured Denmark sattcens Burlaps, ticklenburgs, oznaburgs and 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 ariicles in their line too nu merous to mention, which w ill be sold wholesale or re tail at reduced prices. april 26 Raisins* &c. 50 BOXES Bunch ? Fresh Raisins, Wing & 21 do Mu tat el S Co’s, brand. 4 bales Burlaps, No 2 and 3 4 boxes tapes 1 do dowlas and white rolls Just received for sale by nov 18C. fc I. P. THMOPSON. ijUaries ftemieti HAS received and offers for sale his fall FALL IM PORTATION of . . . Best Bridport shad anu herring seme twine, in casks and bales Bridport and Shrewsbury shoe thread Best Dundee oznaburgs On hand, krom recent importations— Flushings, and Devonshire kersey s 3, 3 1-2, 4 and 4 1-2 point blankets 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12 4, 13-4 rose do Fine 5-4 Irish sheeting's Towelling and table diapers Irish linens and long.lawns Flag bandanno lidkf’s. 1st quality Russia sheetings and Ravens duck Superfine blue and black cloths Cassinetts, checks and bedticks A good assortment of brown and bleached domes tic cottons 5-8, 3-4 and 4-4 Venetian carpeting 4-4 fine Ingrain do Hearth rugs and carpet binding A few pieces black, blue, slate, and brown best su perfine bombazettes DOUBLE GLOSTEli CHEESE, nov 9-—-dlw 2a\v __ DRY GOODS. JAMES C. BARRY, Next Door to the Washington Tavern, Has just received his Fall assortment of Blue, black, drab, grey mix’d and other colors, cloths and cassimeres Sattinets, hangup cords Swansdown, toilinet and valentia vestings Fearnauglits and flushings, Devonshire kerseys Blue plains, grey frieze, plain and striped linscy's . Point, rose, and duflil blankets, Sc tch & tartan plams Scarlet, red, yellow and white flannels Cambrics, calicoes, ginghams, Parisian stripes Canton and Nankin crapes and robes Red and green bookings, carpet baizes Figured scarlet flannels, bombazetts, bombuzeens Tickings, Irish linens, lawns, linen cambric . Cambric hdks, brown hollands, Russia sheetings Ticklenburgs, burlaps, cotton in balls and on spools Braganza shawls, camel’s hair, cloth and merino shawls and scarfs Ribbons, silk handkerchiefs, and Domestic Goods of every Description. With a variety of other articles in his business, to the purchase ofwhich he invites his friends and the public, assuring them that the Goods arc carefully selected, and will be soldaslow as can be had in any other Store in the district. ^ oct 21 _ ~ i ^ mm m VieoYge o nougu IS now opening a part of his FALL SUPPLY, and in a tew days his assortment will be very full con sisting among others of Cloths and cassimeres Figured and plain bombazets, some twill’d of plain colors, very fine Large and smail rose and point blankets Super and common blaek bombazine Athenian stripes and barrage ginghams Super Battisse and Catv Paley Furniture chintzes and wide furniture dimity Twill’d, stripe and plaid linsey, for servants Cassincts and kersey Black, green, scarlet, red, white and drab flannels Red, green, and bine baizes Tartan and Circassian plaids and camblets Green tabic covers Woolen caps and gloves for sailors Hangup cords, drub and olive Best black levantineand Italian lustring Figured and striped silks Wadding for pelisses, super horseskin gloves American buckskin and Woodstock do Long and short silk hose, plain and ribbed Do do cotton and worsted do Servants woolen stockings One case undress’d Irish linens Linen cambric and do. lulkfs. * Handsome assortment merino scarfs and shawls Cashmere, cloth and camels* hair do Black, white and colored English belt ribbons A few very superior fancy do in sets Shoe do and galloons Silk, barrege and love lulkfs Silk andthread braids, bobbins and tapes bilk and other handsome vestings Spool, seWipg and floss cottons Boss and knitting do Figured Swiss cap patterns, point lulkfs Sc collars plain and fig’d Swiss and book muslin hdkfs German and Scotch linens and Russia sheetings Russia, Huckaback and other diapers 6 4 low priced cotton do. Best and common tickings uses best umbrellas and parasols A general assortment of col’d and white domestics 1000 Ybs Cotlon Tavn. All of which will be sold at the late reduced prices. 10 mo 20 _ To YY-ont, f—tnjL The Mouse lately occupied by Joseph **'“ v| Cooper, on Ramsay’s wharf; the stand is equal ' I to any in town for a small business, and well >41 calculated to accommodate a small family.— For terms, which will be moderate,apply to oct 25 R. T RAMSAY & Co. CoacYv .Making. ». L. VIVETTA.\.V, ^^TISHES tu inform his customers and the public at » v large, that he still continues the above business in all its various branches, at his old stand on Pitt street, between King and Cameron streets, and lias on hand and for sale, THREE COACHES AND SEVERuL GIGS, new and second hand, which lie will sell low for Cash. Also, repairs done in his line at the shortest notice and in the best manner. All orders thankfully received and promptly attended to. FOR RENT; MTlie Store now occupied by Mr. Brent & Co. on King street, between lloyal and Pitt streets, and possession given tnc 7th Sept. next. Apply as a above. _ july 28 YiAocAcs. BURR BLOCKS of superior quality, selected <4r\ Pi) in France by a judge of the article, are now landing from sloop Chaunccy, from New*York, and for sale by JOHN H. L ADD, oct 20___ Trench & Spanish Languages. THE subscriber will commence a course of instruc tion in the rudiments of either, or both the above languages, on Monday evening next, at 7 o’clock, in the room he occupied last season onWashington-street, two doors north of the corner occupied by Christopher Neale, Esq. * IV M. LANPIilER. sept 29—tf ^— To Let, ®A comfortable house on Prince-street, nearly opposite the Bank of Potomac. Appl, to oct 23 GEO, COLEMAN. Salt Petre, #c. 4 /“k Kegs double refined salt petre XU 2 pipes Holland gin (Suan Brand) landing this day, and for sale by R. I. T. WILSON. Who has in Store, 2 hhds old Irish Whiskey 5 puncheons Jamaica rum 3 pipes brandy (Seignetl’s'brand) 15 boxes sperm candles G Allum salt in sacks French Madeira wine in half quarter casks, dee 1______ We. \\a\fc t\ns du^ Landing And for sale, New-Orlcuns Rum, Java Coffee, 12 c- Cfe.— in HHDS. New Orleans rum, equal to Jamaica XU 30 bags Java coffee old and white 5 keg's refined salt petre, first quality 58 boxes fresh muscatel raisins 5 bags pimento 25 bbls old and very fine whiskey 58 bushels clover and 25 do timothy seed 50 d shell balks dec 2 _ LINDSAY Sc HILL. ft\V\endid CYvance—^5,000. WASHINGTON CITY CANAL LOTI ERY, 4th Class—To be drawn on the 27th December HIGHEST PRIZES: 850,000; 20,000; 10,000; 5,000; 4,000; 3,000; 2,500; 2 of 2,000; 2 of 1,390; l 5 of 1,000; 30 of 50 ; 52 of 100, Sec. Sec Sec. Tickets $10; Halves 5; Qarters 2 50; Eighths 1 25. Tickets and shares in the above may be had by call ing or sending to Tver's TempYe of Fortune, Comer of Ring and Royal-streets, Alexandria. q^jr* Prizes paid at sight (^ec 9 ^Washington City Canal Lottery, FOURTH CLASS, To de drawn on the 27th day of December, 1826.— SCHEME: l prize of 50,000, 1 of 20,000, 1 of 10,000, 1 of 5,000, 1 of 4,000, 1 of 3,000, 1 of 2,500 2 of 2.000, 2 of 1,390, 15 of 1,000, 13 oi 500, 52 of 100, 104 ofoO, 1300 of 20, 10608 of 10. mole Tickets £10, Halves 5, Quarters 2$, Eighths 1*. Pop side, in a variety of numbers, at J. II. BUNNELLS’ LOTTERY and EXCHANGE OFFICE, King street, Alexandria. dec 6_.__ Virginia lAteraVare iio ter^, Fifth Class— For the benefit of the New London Aca demy—-to be drawn in Lynchburg1 on the 16th day of January next, and will be completed all in one day SCHEME: 1 prize of 85,000 1 do 2,000 1 do 1,000 1 do 500 5 do 100 10 do 50 100 do 5 5000 do 3 Not one Blank to a prize. Whole Tickets S3; Halves 1 50; Quarters 75 cents. Tor sale in a variety of lucky numbers at Prize Office, Kin?-street, Alexandria. Orders duly attended to. dec 7^ Two liotlevies JVLontYi. COHEN’S OFFICE, 114, Market-st > Baltimore, Dec. 1st, 1826. $ ODD AND EVEN SYSTEM—Scheme No 9 OF THE Grand State Lottery of Maryland, The holder of two Tickets or Shares will be certain of at least One Prize, and may draw three! The whole to be drawn IN ONE DAY, and will take place in Bal timore ON THE 17th OF JANUARY, HIGHEST PRIZE 20.000 HULLAliS. BRILLIANT SCHEME: 1 prize of 820,000 is 820,000 1 prize of 10,000 is 10,000 1 prize of 5,000 is 5,000 - 5 prizes of 1,000 is 5,000 10 prizes of 500 is 5,000 50 prizes of 100 is 5,000 100 prizes of 20 is 2,000 200 prizes of 10 is 2,000 15000 prizes of 4 is 60,000 15368 Prizes, amounting to 114,000 (yffNat one Blank to a Prize!—All payable in Cash, which as usual at COHEN’S OFFICE, can be had the moment they are drawn. Whole Tickets 85 I Quarters 8U Halves 2\ | Eighths 62 To be’had in the greatest varictyof Nos. (oddCf even)a\ COHEN’S LOTTERY AND EXCHANGE OFFICE. 114 Market-street, Baltimore; Where both the great capital prizes of One Hundred Thousand Dollars were obtained! in the last Grand State Lotteries, and where the highest capital sold in the last Grand State Lottery was obtained, and where more Capital Prizes have been obtained than at any other Office in America. THIRD CLASS OF THE Grand State Lottery of Virginia, The whole to be drawn IN ONE DAY-—The draw ing will take place in Richmond, ON THE 24th OF JANUARY , Highest Prize 10,000 DOLLS. * scheme: 1 prize of 10,000 dollars. 1 do 5,000 dollars 4 do 1,000 dollars. 20 do 100 dollars. 20 do 50 dollars. 200 do 10 dollars. 200 do 5 dollars. 6000 do 4 dollars. 6446 Prizes, am’ng to 49,000 dollars. 0T/*The whole payable in CASH, as usual at CO HEN’S OFFICES. ' Whole Tickets, S3 00 Halves, l 50 Quarters, 75 etc. Eighths, 37 els. * •. 1 . ... ijraersirom an} m mu tnucu oiaies, eitner by mail, post paid, or private conveyance, enclosing the Cash or Prize Tickets in any of the lotteries, will meet the same prompt and punctual attention, as if ou personal application. Address to J. I. COHEN, jr. and UROTIIERS, (C/’COHEN’S *lGazetie ijf Lottery - egister,” will be published immediately after the drawing, and will'con tain the Official List oi the Prizes—it will be forwarded gratis, to all^who purchase their tickets at Cohen’s Of fice, ancl w ho signify their wish to receive it. dec 2 otawfJl Cedar or Locust Posts and Chesnui. Rails Wanted. I WISH to purchase from four to five hundred Cedar or Locust Fusts, and from one to two thousand broad Chesnut Rails, for which the cash w ill be paid on dc livery at my Farm, called Springfield, about six mile from Alexandria, on the Leesburg Hoad. HENRY CHATHAM. dec. 6. Jo\\n S. iNHUtiX Offers for Sale, <5* K Illuls. bright Antigua molasses r&D 500 Angostura and Fortorico dried hitler 50 bbls New-York city prime pork and bee. 100 bbls gross herring 25 do do shad 10 do sperm oil (summer strained) 40 seroons St. Domingo tobacco 10 do Cuba do 5 hhds long leaf Kentucky do 50 bolts cotton canvass No. 2 to £ 20 do UX Russia do 2000 bushels Turks Island Salt Hemp cordage and Manilla rope i'asoriiet 2 hhds Antigua shrub aCx. r Xoung Hyson Tea, aic Ip Chests superior Young Hyson tea 12 dozen India floor mats, landing this day ^nL for sale by It. .1, T. VVTl.SGrh dec 7 For Sale. A LIKELY, young, healthy female Servant, a good Cook and capable house servant. Enquire ofth i Editors. dee7 M.uYasscs, 8te, Ar| IIIIDS. bright retailing molasses—just receive: TriJ and for sale by M. MILLER & SO’. IN STORE— 10 hhds Barbados sugar * 5 tierces Jamaica green coffee 40 bags St. Domingo do 50 sacks fine salt 1000 Spanish hides «2 »no 4 Withers & Washington Havk imported in the ship? Belvldera and Derail! via Baltimore and other arrivals, their FALL GOODS CONSISTING OF Superfine and common blue and bl?cr. codic Blue, black and mixed cassimerer, Toilenet and swansdown vestings Booking baizes, bhie plains 8 4 9-4 10-4 11-4 12-4 Si 13*4 rose bian-ce.fi 2£ 3 3$ 4 and 4$ heavy point do Plain and figured black bombazets Worsted and cotton hosiery Superior English and Tartan plaids 8*4 lamb’s wool Bob Hoy do for ladies wear Jaconet and cotton cambrics 5 cases super, fine and common prints On hand by recent arrivals from New- York— Double mill’d drab, steel mix’d and olive clochs Plain and striped linseys, flushings Best quality 3-4 and 4-4 Italian lustrings India levantines, figured and plain silks Figured and plain gros de Naples Satins and modes, 4-4 and 6-4 plain bobbineD. Thread and bobbinett lace und edgings Inserting trimmings and edgings Pink, white, green and black Italian crapes Figured and plain Canton and Nankin do I/mencambrics, cambric hdkfs Plain and figured book, jackonet apd Swiss muslins Swiss and book muslin hdkfs Irish linens, sheetings and table draper Long lawns, brown Hollands Merino and cashmere shawls, scarfs and hdkft Bordered cloth shawls Superior ingrain carpeting and hearth rugs Black bombazines, very superior Burlaps, ticklenburgs Osnaburgs and sackings Tortoise and mock shell combs 200 reams writing and letter paper 10 cases wool hats 4 do fashionable fur do Cassinetts, domestic calicoes, plaids and checks A large supply of brown and bleached shirtings anu sheetings With a variety ofarticles of minor importance, making their assortment entirely complete, which they ;ue de termined 0} sell low for cash. nov 6 fov Went, A large well situated Store, with an excel lent dry cellar attached to it. It is rernarku bly well calculated for the Dry Goods busi _ness, and a tenant in that line would re ccive the preference. The rent will be moderate, oct 30 ■ GEO. COLEMAN. Fresh Garden Seeds, &e. milE subscribers have received from Liverpool, pe 1. ship Shenandoah, their fall supply of GARDEN SEEDS, warranted fresh, comprising a large and gen eral ass >rtment of all sorts, and several sorts of Turnip, Kale, INc. Those who purchase to sell again, will be supplied on reasonable terms. aug 23 R. T. RAMS AY & Go. U un-Vow dev. \ CASKS of F, FF, FFF powder, received fion the manufactory at Newburgh, New-York, am of which a description is given below, for sale bv WM. FOWLE & Co. “ROGERS’ ORANGE GUN-POWDER.” This new article, remarkable for its superior purity, is proved by critical experiments made at the Labora tory of Columbia College, and warranted by the pro prietor to contain only about one-fourth of the quantit) of residuum or incombustible matter found in the best English Canister powder. It possesses the greatest possible degree of strength and quickness, and may be known from all other powder by an orange stain throw n out on its ignition—a peculiarity indicating iiic absence of alkalies, and rendering it well adapted tr resist the effects of a salt or humid atmosphere, sept 5 DENTIST&r. DR. M’KKE respectfully offers his services to the inhabitants of Alexandria and its vicinity, in the department of Dentistry. Having paid particular at tention to this branch of his profession, he flatters him self that he is competent to render essential service to those who may have the misfortune of disease in their teeth orgums. In almost all cases he is able to cure the toothache without the loss of the tooth, and to relieve the pain immediately. He will clean and file the feet.i without injury to the enamal; and will guarantee that upon obedience to his directions, they will remain clean and retain a beautiful ivory w hiteness. He " also insert new teeth, which cannot be distinguishes from the original ones. His office is at Mrs. Gardner’s, opposite fit. Paul’' Church, where he will he a 1 way’s ready, ( Sunday’s ' ': cepted,) t j attend to any culls in the line of his profu sion. Reference may he had toMlcv. Dr. Wilmer, Rev. Fn - fessor Keith, Hr.Semmcs, Dr. Richards, I)r. 1 'ilzbii£‘ and Dr. Brown. Police. Marine Insurance Contpany ofAlexandria • THE Stockholders are hereby notified that an edi tion will be held at their Office on Monday L’ * iay of January next, commencing at W A an<> closing at 2 P. M. for 15 Directors to serve fur om vear thence ensuing. .1. D. NICKOLLS dj" The Transfer Books will be closed on M lay, 10th January, untrl the election is over, uov 17