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iPi_ “Fait ce qu’i\ taut, ariWt ca q\x’i\ \>ourra ” \ "roiLo aaao « raaaj&'ar m©j^asi39 i\PiaaiL> m9 a©s^a si©a PRlHTBn AHO PUBLISHED DAILY. HY SNOWDEN & THORNTON. For •Vr^w-Xovk, The regular P cket Schooner PROMPT, A. Uotlbinl, master; will sail on Thursday. ,For light freight or passag-? apply on board or to ROBINSON Zi SHINN, Vow ell’s Wharf. Who have just reccii ed 25 boxes fresh Sicily oranges } jn prime order. 25 do lemons 3 an* 19_^___ For Freight' The new Schooner ELIZA AND HELEN, Hvlen, master, carries about 900 barrels: will be ready for a cargo in t hree days. Apply to WM. FOWLE & Co. Who hart f ale said Schooner's cargo of— 7 Ks Tlu-maston Lime april 18 For Vmg\\t, The fine fast sailing schr. * WILLIAM, B iker, Master; burthen 650 barrels. Apply ^to ROBINSON & SHINN, ^il 13 Vowell’s Wharf. For Frr\gA\t, - — The schr. MIDAS, Weeks mastor; she is a good vessel, carries about 700 barrels, and will be ready fora car go in a few days. Apply to S. MKSSP.RSMITII. Who has far sale, landing from the above vessel, 50 boxes Sicily lemons, in prime order 15 bags fresh filberts._april 10 For Fre\gA\t, vjv The Schr. SETH ^'WILLIAM, Ajwt Win. Wiley, master, burthen 750 barrels—a AJfA first rate vessel, nearly new, and now ready to iafJSC load for any Eastern port, syply to apr9 JOHN H, LADD. tor The *hr. B ITCHELOR, j/tffa Turpin* master, burthen 600 bbls. will be ready fur the reception of a cargo in a few ^ggg^days. A freight for a southern nort or the W. Indie^vould be preferred. Apply to . , apr Z ROBINSON & SHINN, VowclPs Wharf. Ycwwtosrot Vol&tnea. JOHN II. LADO oft'crs for sale the cargo of schr. Cygnet— 600 bushels Penobscot potatoes of very sup quality 200b feet prime 0.1 RS 10-thousand feet clear and merchantable boards 4 do do birch and maple joist. Ytn* YxeigUt, The schooner CYGNET, Nath’l. Atwood, master, burthen 550 barrels, La first rate vessel, will be ready for a cargo *early next week. _aPr|l 6 For Sale, The Hull of a New Vessel, built in Mathew’s gfcXX^county, Virginia, of the best materials, copper fastened to the bends, and is exne> ted to sail fast.— She is 74 feet on deck, 22 feet beam, and 8$ feet hold, and me sures 118 to is States' tonnage. Persons dis p.»,ed *.'• purchase w.ll please exami' e for themselves. She can be bought on reasonable te ms, and the terms of payment made accommodating. Apply to Captain Knieb’ on board, or to ROBIN ON k SHINN, inarch 27 _Vowell’s Wharf. Vox rfr The hull of a new vessel, copper fastened to ifxf>‘he bends, built of good materials, and is ex pected to sail fast; is 90 feet on deck; depth of hold 9 feet, 22 feet beam, ami measures 168 tons, (States mileage] and will carry about 1000 barrels—tor sale low. Apply to _JOHN S. MU.Lfc.lt Yot YteigW The Schr. MAINE, Nason master, carries 70o barrels—ready to receive a cargo for a southern or eastern port.—Apply to Wm. FOWLK Yur YxfcigAxt, The schr. Tiro BROTHERS, ^Joseph Pierce, master, burthen about 800 .barrels. Apply to march U _ S. MKSSKRSM1TH. T\\e POTOMAC, CAPT. URlAH JESKINS, BEING now ill very complete order, with & new cop per bo'lcr on the most approved plan, will coni m’n^e running between the City of Washington, Alex andfia, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Wed no* lav th* 19th inst. Leaving Washington at 4 and Alexsn Iris at 5 o’clock on every Wednesday afternoon; arrive at Old Point Comfort and Norfolk the follow ing afternoon. Leave Norfolkthe next morning at six o’ clock, an l arrive at City Point and Richmond on the evening ofthe sa ne day. Returning, will leave Rich mond at six o’cUck on Sunday morning, touching at GGv Point, and arrive at N irfolk the same evening. Leave Norfolk at 9 o’clock on Monday morning, touch ing at 'Md Point Comfort, and arrive at Alexandria and Washington the next morning in time lor passengers to proceed on to Baltimore. FARE: , J , From Washington or Alexandria to Richmond, me as included, ,, „ . **U ™ From Washington or Alexandria to Old Point »nd Front Washingtoa or Alexandria, to all intemediate place* (where passengers can be laude w‘ ' venience) betwten Alexandria and Norfolk/ do . | H Fjem Washington to JamesTown do W«ki.ro.«oCi.y tTTLSS.JgmL licgkom Hats, etc. (5\ Cases ladies' Leghorn hats, 1 bale Vigonia cassi meres, for sale by april 6 ~ A. C. CAZENOV E 8c Co. * 0\d Whiskey. A r Barrels prime okl whiskey, just received and for J O sale by LINDSAY HILL tsf Co. april 4_ Ntw-Orleans Sugar. 6HhdsN. O. sugar, landing from sloop Vernon, Har ris, from N. York, and for sale by LINDSAY HILL & Co. Who are in daily expectation of receiving, 600 bushels Albany seed oats_april 4 Sugar Coffee, and Honey, Landing from schr. Bachelor, Turpin. from Matanzas, 6 Minis, first quality Muscovado sugar 10 bags prime green coffee ! 17 casks honey, all of which will be sold low on the wharf, to close adventure, by april4_LINDSAY HILL Cf Co. SwgftT.Coffce, CYiccsc, &c. 25 HHDS- first quality N O. sugar 25 bags prime green coffee 2 pipes Seignette's brandy 15 casks cheese Landing from sloop Chaunccy, Bartram, from New York and for by march 16 _LINDSAY, IIILL V Co. Sugar, Coltee. .•>' c. Landing from the schooner Two Brothers, from N. I ork, 30 hhds New Orleans sugar, part represented to be of superior quality llT bags Havana and I’orto Rico Coffee 100 boxes Sicily oranges and lemons in prime order 5 pipes cognac brandy, ScignePe’s brand Mso, landing from the schooner Potomac fram Boston 50 bags superior Java coffee 25 bags Havana do 50 boxes and drums fresh Smyrna figs 5 pipes Woodhouse’s Sicily Madeira wine Apply to S. MKSSERSMITH. march 13____ Brl&port Seine Twine. CHARLES BENNETT has imported by the ship Meridian, arrived at Baltimore, best Bridport SH.1l) & HERRING SEINE TWINE. in casks and bales, which will be received by the first packet and for sale on the usual terms._feb 16 \le\ucrva\. Cl OH AG AN & WHITTLE have’ removed to the ) Store recently occupied by W. Yeatoi*, on Ram say’s Wharf, and adjoining the store of Messrs Lind sat &. Hill, where they will be happy to see their friends and customers. They will also take this opportunity of tendering their grateful ackpowledgments to those kind friends and neighbors, through whose prompt as sistance they were enabled to save so large a portion of their goods from destruction by the fire on the 18th inst. _ __j*» 24_ ¥aslnonaYAe Rats. MOUSE 8s. JOSSEI.YN respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they are now manu | factoring llcaver Hats of a superior quality, equal to a ny manufactured iu the District. Also, low priced imi tation Beaver, made for retail. In addition to winch, thev have just received from the most celebrated Fac tories of Baltimore,* a superior assortment of Hats, 1st 2d and 3d quality. It may be well to observe that they are well supplied with an assortment of Beavers, &c. from the justly celebrated establishment of Lamson & Clapp. N. B. The Hats of our customers will be ironed gra tis. Cash given for Furs. Old Hats will be received n part pay for new ones. dec 16 For Sale or Rent, That desirable Mansion Mouse, ^^^^[flately in the occupancy of the late Jona flHJ Iflgthan*Swift, esq.deceased, with the gar g^£p^|jyH(lens attached to the premises. Also for rent, Two Grass Lots opposite the dwelling house. Any person having business with Mrs. Ann Swift in absence, will please apply to us. march 11 LINDSAY & HILL. To Rent, And immediate possession given, that eli gible three story !Sf BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, “JR* at the corner of Kingaod Washmgton-strcets, lately in the occupancy of Mr. Daniel Minor. Also —TWO OFFiCES on Washingson-strcet, ad joining the above. | _ Also—That commodious three story BRICK DWELLING IIUSE, 12 if at the upper end of 1) .ike-street, formerly the aJjBr" residence of the late General Young. Good tenants may obtain them at low rente, on ap plication at the Mechanics'Bank to • H «ug9—eo CHA. CHAPIN,Cashier. C\\ftT\es lieimelt HAS received and offers for sale his fall FALL IM. PORTATION of . Best Bridport shad anu herring seine twine, in casks and bales Bridport and Shrewsbury shoe thread Best Dundee oznaburgs On hasu, from recent importations— Flushings, and Devonshire kerseys 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 sheetings Towelling and table diapers Irish linens and long lawns Flag banilanno hdkPs. 1st quality Russia sheetings and Havens duck Superfine blue and black cloths Cassinetts, checks and bedticks A good assortment of brown and bl«i - ied 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 blown best su perfine bombazettes double gloster cheese, %C. nor 9—dlw 2aw Yrtick Upon Ymc.k \ \ JOHN H. RUNNELLS lias again the very great pleasure of informing his friends and customers, that Old Dame Fortune still continues bestowing her favorsfrom his old Established Prize Offie; where more prizes, for the number et ticket* vended, have been obtained, than from any other office in America.— Within a few days, ticket No. 0,715 was sent from HIS OFFICE, which came up a capital prize of 10,000 DOLLARS! „ Also, No. 5196 a capital pri2e of 600 DOLLARS! Both to gentlemen residing in Virginia, with a large proportion of 100’s, 50’s, 20's, Sic. Sic—all from the wheels of the Virginia Narigation Lottery, lj| Class, which drew at Petersburg on the 11th instant. Dis tant adventurers are respectfully requested to be care ful in directing their orders to the truly Lucky Office of J. H. RUNNELLS, King-street, Alexandria, D. C. where occular demon stration proves that his advertisements are not puffs, i but realities. He now presents tbe following Lotte ries soon to be drawn, viz: WASHINGTON LODGE—Class No. 8. To be drawn in Providence, R. I. on the 18th instant. HIGHEST PRIZE 5,ooo. Tickets $2; Halves 1; Quarters SOcts. VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY—No 5. To be drawn on Wednesday, 25th April, at Richmond. PHIZES. 810,000, 4,000, 2,500, 1,564, 5 of 1,000, i0 of 500, 20 of 200, Sir.. Sic. Whole Tickets $4; Halves 2; Quarters 1. UNION CANAL LOTTERY— 28th Class, new series^ To be drawn on the 2d of May, 1827. Scheme—810,000, 2,000. 1,500, 1,206, 10 of 1,000, 10 of 50o, 20 of 250, Stc. Sic. Tickets #4; Halves 2; Quarters 1. Rhode Island Stale Lottery—1st Class. To be drawn at Providence; Wednesday, 9th May Capital prizes g 10,000, 5,000, 2 of 1,582, 5 of 1,000, 10 of 500, 20 of 200, St”' Stc. Whole tickets #4—halves 2—quarters 1. New York Consolidated Lottery—ho 1 ,for 1827. To be drawn in the city of New-York. Highest pri zes— 834,000, lO.OOQ, 4.'rTrO, l,8t>5. 10 of f,O(]0. OC\ 5(70, 50 of 200, 51 of 100, Stc. 8tc Tickets $6— halves3—quarters 1 50—eighths 75 cts. Tickets and shares in the above Lotteries, for aale at april 16 J- H RUNNRU.S’S. P S. Among other singular incidents connected with the above mentioned lucky ticket, it was sent to the “Virginia Lottery Office,” in Washington, U L. where it was sold, on Tudesday night last, to Mr £••••••• 0f Ncw-Rngland, and for some time a resi dent of this Diatrict, and afterwards exchanged by the purchaser for share tickets—and then returned to this Office, whence it was remitted as above stated_ Kemoval. JO/7N C. MANDFI.H, respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has removed Ins Hardware Stoic, to the north east corner ot Kin ” and Royal streets, in the well known stand, lately occupi ed by Mrs. A’lierron, where he intends keepings con tain supplv of every article in his line of business. HR HAS JUST R F. CRIVED, Ivory handle Knives and forks, in full setts .Stag and Buffalo, do. do. do Carvers and forks of every description Pen, packet, shoe and butchers knives liasors, scisors and shears _ Hoes of every variety Iron rim, stock, pad, cupboard, chest and till locks .Shovels tongs and andirons Mantle pier and toilett looking glasses Table casters, candlesticks, Ac. Ac. Ac. april 2—tf____ CAvavYea isenneAt HAS received a supply of DOMESTIC GOODS, consisting of . , Plaids, stripes, checks, bcdticks, Mott’s spool 3 cord wire cotton in boxes Wilmington and Washington twilled stripes of supc rior quality ^ ^ Brown an.l bleached cotton, of ~riou« q'..ht.e» Best Hridport shad and lu-rnng SEIM. and SHOE THREAD._jnarch27_ lo Kent, - For one .or more years, that elc&ant three-story brick dwelling house on the nortli ■ side of King street, adjoining A 0. Cazenovc with stable and good carnage house, and all SEZZ&Z*. Intel? occupied\> Ur F,uh„*h Possession can be had immediatdy. 1 he rent w.U be matle very low to a good tenant. Apply to be mauevery ° H HOWAHo, Sen’r. mar ■1‘t___ __-— • —— Vov Went, Three small tenements, near the upper end „r Prince street; to one of which is attached f/ood brick stable. The rent will be made low to good tenants. Apply to I h M MILLER & SON. Who have 1000 bushels Shorts for sale, on «*sona ble terms.____— TuyAcs l»\and SaU* 1500MFSSP.RSM.m_ Salt. r\owg\ts, etc. 6000tOSS? **~3^£3SX&’**** Men', nnd boots and ,hoc. Wool and fur hats, combs, etc. U^ightd.y mantle Clock._n»rchl£_ -Stoiwa. Cm nrVF Mill Stones of approved quality, of va OLOGNE . 2 to 4 feet 4 inches diameter— rions sizes, from 2 to 4 ie« t S#N. for sale by , 2d mo 17th __-—---“ piirkand Chocolate. EMPTY b.rr.1, pnme Pork. » bo,cNCChocn r bite, just receivedf» w. FOWLS: ken. , march 22 Co\uu\biftu Ice Uouftft. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Alexandria, that he will be happv tosuppU them with thaljiealthy and invaluable luxury, ICE, during the season, having filled the above House, the last win ter. The Columbian Ice IIouh, when owned bv the late Dr Richard H. Litle, supplied nearly the whole town, the House being the largest in the town, and peculiarly adapted in its construction for the preserva tion of the article. It would he superfluous on my part to say any thing by way of recommending the use of Ice, as it would be attributed to the great ruling pas sion in the human breast, self interest. I therefore leave it to the public themselves to decide^ whether they will use or reject this wholesome, ami at the same time, refreshing comfort. Persons wishing tickets for the seassn, will please apply The Ice will be furnished at any hour during the day, at the Team Moat Hotel WILLIAM D. STEWART. april 13—tf DENTISTRY. DUl. M’KEE 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 thosa who may' have the misfortune of disease in their teeth or gums. In almost all rases he is able to cure the toothache without the loss oft he tooth, and to relieve the pain immediately. He will clean and file the teeth without injury to the enamal; and will guarantee that upon obedience to his directions, they will remain clean and rctuina beautiful ivory whiteness. He will also insert new teeth, which cannot be distinguished from the original ones. His office is at Mrs. Gardner’s, opposite St. Paul’s Church, where he will be alway’s ready, (Sunday's ex cepted,) to attend to any calls in the line of his profes sion. Reference may he had to Rev. Dr. IVilmer, Rev. Pro fessor Keith, Dr.Scmmes, Dr. Richards, Dr. Fitzhugh and I)r. Brown. N. B. Those who wish his professional serv ices w ill please to inform him immediately, as lie intends to leave town in a tew weeks, and will probably be absent during the summer. apnl2 dtf Just Vub\isJ\ei\, And on Sale by Pisliey Thompson— FAIRY Legends and Traditions of the South of Ire land, first American,from second London edition, 1 vol. with plates—price $1 50. Lessons in Practical Anatomy, for the use of dissec tors—Uy n St iwiiici, t*i o. 1’voi. The complete Political Works of Thomas Moore, 1 vol. 8vo. with a portrait. Published by Gallgnani, Pa ris, 1827—price $5 50. Paris tdition of Byron's Works, complete, in 13 vols price $11. . Do. 1 vol. $8. Webster’s Medical Recorder, No. 38, for April. North American Medical and Surgical Journal for April._ ' «pril 17 I Pork, Sugar, Molasses, etc. C)f1 IIBLS. prime /Jork, city inspection QU 5 hhds molasses' 5 hhds New Orleans sugar 50 reams wrapping paper Received per sloop K;^jle, an i for sale by march 20 WM. L. KENNEDY. Clover Seed and Seine Twine. a QIIK subscriber has just received an additional sup 41 ply of Fresh Clover Seed, together with one hogs head of Herrins Seine Twine. march 7 _GKO. COLt-.MAW Clover Seed Bushels fresh clover seed, just received and for )ZV1 sale by LINDS.lV, HILL, V Co. inarch 1_ V'reft\\8u\»V^ (iardeu Seed. THE subscriber has just received a fresh supply of Garden Seed, selected in England bv an experi enced hand, which with his importation last fall, makes his assortment large and complete. There are ten sorts of Cabbage, several of English Feas auJ Beans, do. of Itaddish, Sec. jan iO_ R. T. RAMSAk ■ Salt. A BU9H ELS Turks Island, St. Ubea, and 24XHKJ Lisbon Salt . 72-00 sacks Liverpool blown do For sale, on liberal terms, by fck 28 \V. FOWLF. 8c Co. Clover fteed. CtF.O. COLEMAN has just received a supply of‘ f FRESH CLOVER SEED, which he will sell m low >s it can be procured in town_ feb Saiu\ for Sate WE have a Sand Bank open near Hunter's Ship Yard, where *and can he had (without remov ing any clay.) This Sand being in the vicinity of Prince ami Fairfax streets, will make it an object to builders there. It will he told low; for cash, or barter ed for clay or rubbish deposited in the Wharf adjoin ing the Bank. Apply *»> feb 30 M. MILLER fic SON. Furniture and Mahogany. JAMES GREEN-CABINET MAKER, HAS on hand at his manufactory, on Iloyal-street, a few doors south of King, a general assortment of FASHIONABLE FURNITURE of his own manufac ture. Bay of Honduras mahogany, suitable for hand rails, St Domingo curl and shaded mahogany in plank and veneer. * ALSO, Copal varnish, sacking bottoms 8t cords, &c. all of which will be sold low tor cash or the usual credit to punctual customers. TtTRNlNQ of every kind neatly executed, dte 16 Fas\dimab\e Wats. THOMAS L. MAHTHT has just received a supply of HATS from New York, consisting of first quality l>ea k rer hats, made particularly for him, and Jchildren’sfancy hats, suitable for the sea son. He has also on hand, a* usual, a gene™ »» ment of HATS of his own make, that are "*"*"**“ good; and is prepared to furnish cenHemen that may favor him with their custom, with as goo can get in the D»trict- of himirooed Customers can hare the «**»xnc* DU* w W\W, & i.'o. HAVING a House ill New-York, u here all their pu» chases are made at auction for eaah, enable* them to sell lie re (which they are determined to do) on a« good terms as good* ran be gotten from any market in the regular wav, and invite those wishingto purchase, to call and judge for themselves. Their present stock is extensive—among which are; 35 hhds N. Orleans sugar, 1st and 2d quality 10 do W India do do 15 do N. Orleans molasses 7 puncheons Jamaica rum 5 pipes cognac brandy, part Sugftt's brand 40 chests Y. Myson tea , ^ all fresh# 16 half do do do > part sup* 25 boxes Gunpowder It Imperial do j nor quid. 35 bags prime green coffee • 10 do Java do 20 barrels mess pork ) „ .. . .. ._.•_ 20 do prime do $ * '«rk City .o.pcttio* 25 do gin, very good 15 do fine old whiskey 15 casks Goshen cheese 50 boxes lemons > . c . SO do oranges \ ^ic,|y* ,n ^ne ordef 150 sacks fine salt, Liverpool filled 20 barrels cider Pimento, pepper, indigo, snuff, Spanish **?•% starch, copperas, madder, saltpetre, ground and raoc ginger, soap, bed cords letter and wrapping paper, upril 12 \j. & 1. r, Inow^son TVIAVE received per slup Herald from /.iverpool, Upland other arrivals, a general assortment of SEASOJS'AHLE GOODS, iMOXO THEM ARE: Extra Saxony and supesfine cloths and cassimeres Mixed and drab cassinets, for men’s summer wear Plain and twilled bombazetts 7- 8 cambric and fine fancy prints 9-8 and 6-4 cam brie and jacoirt t muslins 4-4 fine and super mull do 6-4 do do book do 4-4 tamboured sprig do do 4-4 and 9 8 book muslin hdkfo 6-4 fashionable shaded, striped and corded muslins Do do full col’d and sutt in striped and spotted do 9-8 do shaded ginghams 4- 4 do do cambric do Do do silk shaded harage Thread lacc & Orrel’s, white &. colored cotton balls and spools White and printed quiltings, fine and extra super (irandrcll striped jeanetts, brown and bleached drilling Canton and French crapes, black and colored India bjue nankeens i ...ka.»a *-*, «• i •-- ■ • m Men’s white cotton hose and half hose Brown thread and black silk do Ladies kid and extra quality horse skin gloves, black, white and assorted colors Do black and white silk do Men’s beaver do Flag, bandanna, spittlefieid, black Icvantinc and Bri tannia lidks Super linen cambric do 7 8 and 4 4 Irish linens 5- 4 and 6-4 do sheetings 8- 4, 9-4 and 10-4 damask and diaper table linen Hussia sheetings and diapers, brown liollands White ticklenburgs, dowlas, oznuburgs and burlaps Sewing silks, twist and colored threads Shoe thread in 2 and 4 oz. balls Palm leaf and feather fans Bolivar hats, p;ping cords, buttons, pins, &c. he. JtLSO, Brown and bleached Domestic shirtings and sheeting's Plaid and striped do ginghams Shirting, apron ami furniture checks Bed ticking, oil cloth table covers, he. april 7___ Sufcavft. 'This day landing from Sdir. Jlachelor, Turpin, master, from Mutunzas, 34 M^urels ^ ^ l‘r‘me mmscovado sugars. For sale by WM. FOWLE k Co. april 3__ Tobwcco. ZTjgi HALF Kegs manufactured Tobacco, expected dfc&SJ by steamboat Potomac, will be sold low if taken from the wharf. WM. L. KENNEDY, march 13 _ _ CAo^ver Seed. IINDSAY, HILL & Co. have just received a further i supply of FRESH CLOVER SEED feb 22____ Seed l’otatoea. , ^|^||-|BDSHELS seed /'otatoes of very superior /£a HJquality, just received and for salt by nwr 12— _ ROBINSON h SHIN. OnVona. 4 AAA BUNCHES Onions, just received and fot 11HHI sale by ROBINSON V SfflNN marli 13 Vowcll's Wharf. Guarding Gouae. MRS. H. HUNGBRFORD, begs leave to inform th# citizens of Alexandria, and her acquaintances in general, that she has opened a Boarding Hume, on Prince street, where every exertion on her part will be used to give satisfaction to her customers on tu® most moderate terms. * A few boarders by the week, or for a |"nKer **rln would be received. feb 24-tL_ Fur Gent, »A two story frame house on Prince, near the intersection of Henry street. To a good tenant :nt will be low. Apply to >||f LgK h goy> 2 mo 7-- - G\ack&tone Goods. A A BALES 3-4and 4 4 brown cottona 2 cases aattinetts 550 lbs. cotton yarn 50 boxes No. 1 chocolate ALSO_Russia and Havens Duck, Russia Sheeting Received per sloop Rising Sun—For sale by waf 23 _A. C CAZENOVE & Co. George M. Far sons mAS had a partial acquaintance with the Dry Gooda and Grocery busines—He would like employ, ment in either at this t:me, on liberal terms. Commu nications (post paid) wIM M pw*P»ly attended to march 19 i( •