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^I ' PVBUSHED BY EDGAR SNOWDEN. ,UJ, p„ftr S3 per annum. Country paper *5. --“-' Vor fcfcTmu&ft. ^ x’u- fa^t sa'I'ng schooner VIRGINIA, John ■‘lyaccllcv, rna 'er, »ill take two or three hum] 0(1‘ freight and * few passengers. Apply to "c T* GKO JOHNSON *k Go ,Vot\ce. ■y- The Steamer COLUMB A. Captain J-mes Mitchell, will, until the first of September next, leave bvltimore for the •, i of Columbia every Wednesday at 4 o'clock P. i'.Vl Tetmtv.uK, wdl l«™ W^'ngion at h and ilw,! 7 o'cl.-ck, A. M. on Sunday lor Bdt. ■’ may 4 •\ uUce. Sleamboat POTOMAC, Joseph Nevilt, master, be , , ino in complete order, will, “T^tnTTrT Instant, resume running to Nor . »n*l lfichnN»"d - le-vinr the Guy of Washington . \ ,.,l tVvinJria at 4 o’clock, P M. Heturnmg, r ’. Uichmw.J on I'uesoav morning, ain. Nortdk on V»ci:ie*lay morning, at 9 o clock. Fare to Noi folk, including meal*. • f7 !lo to Kichmond, 'Jo • 9 -JJ N V T M U AT 11 KS, Agent. Vv.Uun Aiu-Va. 4 V ol.ht.onal supply of Countrt Knit, just received, 1 f.,r ,tlc by the dozen or whole quantity, at a re id gel . J. Sv J DOUGLAS Avila* Mus\\n Ci'V®8, y4y Dozen Worked Swiss Musho Gapes just open •)! I r,| iiidlorasle at reduced prices, by may .7 GKO.WHITK. Rr«ui» Bushel. Bran, daily expected, and will be 1 A ft I .old m lots to suit purcha.ers on applica SI KPIIKN SHINN, Janney’a wharf '***' *«fS - VjulTtfc. i i v !ta«« prime old W Lite Coffee, of fine flavor, just II) received bv STEPHEN S«INN, mj 25 ' _Jannt >*» wharf. Vint ttimatift * V\ uja* Utghurn HATS. Jll WHIT K Las just received— • 10 dt zen Ladies’ soperur Dunstable Bonnets, newest style; and A few »• )s* i.egh rn Hats, ven fine Also, l ,.]io,’ Green. Broni.*, and Purle’Gjppers_ Alike. 1 HRU^BY forewarn all persons visiting Jones’ ' Hunt, unless on legal busintss < r by permission of •• pr,i[iri- tor 1 am compelled to adopt this rest,let* ip f Ur<e .»n account of the ahamelul conduct of some n.'cliKvtms boys for the last Sunday or two. 1 give tn,^ legal notice, ’n order fully to inform all persons ut the l»w viill l>c enforced .against all violating the •bore notice. JAMBS UALL1GCR, Ales hi,Iris, may 25,1833 *_ M\ttv St Co Vi ft. * Fifty to One Hundred SHEF.P, snd a few good MU CH COM3, want ed by GBO. JOHNSON & Co may 24 __ n. CmU Sugar, m Hogsheads St Croi* Sugar, of superior quali ti, landing from Schr»oner Columbia, for sale HOWARD DAINGBIIFIBIJJ. ini<» has in Store for sale, !3 UlfP‘t*v»^n.eU^ Brandy » do American y ’ 0 hoses Lemon Strop of superior quality > (purler casks Sweet Malaga / Wine 3 do do Marseilles Madeira) may 24 Viftsiyott 55ft\l, UrKIGIIING equal to Liverpool, constantly for sale, m lots to suit purchasers, bv •ay A. c CAS8NOVt & Go. \uung U^Aim Tea. m2 'Csts, of late importation and good quality, Iig m'lii ill*; iVIIUUIICl VUIUlUUIBi IIUUI ' *k. *»i| fr *4?e by ’ " p S. MESSEUSMI' !l__ T\\im\&atm\ l*i\\\e. J)~(l Hfciks fresh Tbomaston I imc, afloat. f’>r sale '•'l■ by A. C. CAZENOVL & Co. HU) IS Uvw^ooX VitouuA .Hum and SACK SALT. ' A| k Bushel, Ground Alum > „ »» t " 2U0 Sacks large size fine j * Landing from ship Virginia. And in Store, 1500 bushels Liverpool Ground Alum »5v> sacks iilown Salt, Liverpool filled For sale by SAM’L. B. I.AKMOUU & Co. "UV 17 f ouT ^inler Sperm Oil UC5. Ul> trained Whale 0.1 >5 do common Whale do _ do Tanner*1 Oil. For hv _ _A. C. CAZKNOVF, A Co. Coffee and VepYier. I oil Bags of Kio and Cuba Colieo * A 50 bag, Sumatra Pepper. For sale by yy}i_ _^ C/CAZKNuVK IA Co. Uu\n Sf M.oYa&aes. i] \ Hogsheads. 50 barrels New England Hum * oG hogsheads TriniJad Molasses. For ssle by . IS _ A. ft. CAZKNOVK A Co. Uio Coffee. \ (VkA Lba. prime llio Gotten, landing from schooners Velocity and Balance, for * * W. FOWLB y* Co. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. “ Thou prepareilst a table for me in the presence of minejenemies.”—David. Oh Thou! who, bounteous to their need, Dost all Earth’s passing pilgrims feed, Dost bid for them in every clime, The pregnant harvest knows its prime, The Hocks in verdant pastures dwell, The corn aspire, the olive swell, How shall we thank Thee for the care That doth our homely needs repair?— —Thou pour’st us from the nested grove, The minstrel harmony of love,— Thou giv’at us of the fruitage lair, That summer’s ardent suns prepare, Of honey from the rock that flows, And of (he perfume of the rose,— And of the balmy breeze that brings Health on its light and viewless wings — Though Care the withering brow may trace, Or Toil the sportive smile cflace, Or dark Dejection teach distrust, Or Sin debase the soul to dust. Still Th«»u, Oh Lord, in love divine, Forbearance dost with wisdom join,— Still in the mid*t of these our toes,— Dost grant the wearied frame repose,— And still with more than Parent’s care. Our daily banquet dost prepare. A HEART TO SELL! WHO’LL BUY? A new song, written expressly for Miss Clara Fisher, ami sung by her with enthusiastic ap plause. The music composed by C- K- Horn. Oh yes! Oh ves! I’ve a heart to sell! Who’ll buy? who’ll buy? who’ll buy? i ’Tis new—’tis fresh, and furnished well. Who’ll buy? who’ll buy? who’ll buy? ’Tis bosomed where ’tis never cold, No prying eves have seen it; "'a . _• l* 1 l!» wuiui ai iran - # For love ne’er dwelt within it. Who’ll buy? who'll buy? who'll buy? Does any one bid more! If sold, the bidder must be free. Who’ll huv? who’ll buy? who’ll buy? If let, the lease for lile must be! Who’ll buy? who’ll buy? who’ll buy? Or if there’s one with whom resides A heart not prone to range. That’s kind, and free and young besides, I’ll take it in exchange. Who’ll buy? who’ll buy? who’ll buy? ’Tis going! “going!—gone!! Plain *1nalomy.—Cjin any one read this sum mary of the parts of the human body, and not believe he is fearfully and wonderfully made? »» The bones, by their joints and solidity, form the foundation of this fine machine; the liga ments, strings which unite the parts together; the muscles are fleshy substances, which act as elastic springs to put them in motion; the nerves, which are dispersed over the whole body, con nect all the parts together; the arteries and veins, like rivulets, convey life and death throughout; the heart, placed in the centre, is the focus where the bluod collects, or the acting power by means of which it circulates and is pre served; the lungs,by means of another power,draw in the external air, and expel hurtful vapor; the stomach and intestines are the magazines where every thing required for the daily supply is pre pared; the brain, that seat of Hie soul, is form ed in a manner suitable to the dignity of its in _ .. L ! L_iL - _I)._1 nautani. inn sciiars* ^mvu aiv owu* » I nisters, warn it of all that is necessary either I for its pleasure or use- Adorable Creator! with 1 what wonderful art hast thou formed us!— Though there were no created being upon earth but myself, iny own body might suffice to con vince "me that thou art a God of unlimited power and infinite goodness.—Bennet. The restoration of the Jews to the city of Jeru salem, and to their long lost and lovely country that * flowed with milk and honey,* it is -aid, is about becoming a serious point of consideration among the cabinets of Europe. The complies ted state of Turkish affairs, and the dread that Russia may acquire a footing on the Jinsphnrus i and Asia Nlinor, have led the cabinets ot Europe 1 to inquire into the propriety of establishing an independent sovereignty in Palestine, as they i have already dune in Greece. A new power raised up in Palestine, & Jewish i kingdom erected in Jerusalem, might prove a ! check to the designs of ihe Pacha ill Egypt, as ' well as to the northern Nicholas It is said in j private letters, that the celtbrated capitalist I Rothschild, and all the leading Israelite* in Eu j rope, have been consulted on the subject, and that the project has been favorably received by many. The plan is to send an army and a fleet ! to Palestine, under the combined auipkes of Eo ; gland and France, and to take possesion of Pal ! estine-xto negotiate with Egypt, or fi«ht that pow er, but at all events to lay the foundations of a new empire in the East, in w^icb the Jews of Europe would occupy the first rank, on con dition of their emigrating to that country.and furnishing a part of the funds necessary to defray the expenses. Of course the utmost liberty of opinion in re ligion would be extended to all classes in the new ! Judea; for it is a singular fact that the Jews io the i present age are the most liberal thinker* in uR , matters of political and religious belief. Th* excluaiveneaz which prevailed in the * high and palmy atate* of Jerusalem, is completely changed in this age of tht world. What a singular spectacle it would be to see (bat curious, original, and ancient people again restored to their country by the Christian cabi nets of Europe!—to see the banks of the brook of Kedron, the vale of Jehosnphat, the river Jor dan, the mounts of Carmel and of Lebaifbn, again peopled with the decendanis of their an cient possessors! , Cash in Market. WB will pay Cash for any number of LIKELY NEGROES, (of both sexes) from 12 to 25 years of age, Field Hands. Also, Mechanics of everv de scription. Apply to It C Ballard k Co Richmond, Va. J. M Saunders k Co. Warrenton, Va. George Kephesrt k Co. Fredericktown, Md. J imes F. I'urveis fjf Co. Baltimore John Ware, Port Tobacco, Md. .Thomas U. Jones, F-atton, Eastern Shore of * Man land Or to the subscribers, st their residence in Alexandria. Persons having likely Servants to dispose of, will do well to give us a call, as we, at all lime*, will pay higher prices io Cash than any other purchaser who is now or may hereafter come into market. All communications prompth attended to may 30— tf FRANKLIN & ARM Ft KM)_ Ckina ami EartAifcitwaTe. HUGH C. SMITH H»s receive.! per ship Virginis, just arrived from Liverpool, aiul offers for sale on mod< rtie terms, wholesale and retail, 114 Crate* and Hogsheads j'CHlKt and earthenware, * comprising nexten.ive assortment of eve ry article in th> line Superior 1>ix»e* **ts blue and fancy colors Ur*’quality t-i*.r I'ka Sets English Thermometers, in bronzed copper and t n cases , Best quality Castors, silver mounted Lamp Wrfcks, a*sored sizos -iitinu % India china Dinner Set*, I'iates, .'‘C. A hr supply of cut, phin unJ moulded (jLjliiS , fFJflA French gilt I'ca China \t indow (iia jS, of a good quality, every s^ze Pipes, in boxes .1 gr ice each, F.nglish and German ■ 20 groce best-qturt Wine U«»ule* 25 groce ** do Porter do 20 groce “ pint do do Demijohns, fr«m quart to 5 gallon ma\ lj>_ ___ ( and China. ROBERT //. MILLER HAS received, per whip Virgima, just arrived from Liverpool, a simply of # EARTHENWARE & CHINA, Viz: 4 Blue, brown and pink printed Dinner Scr Do do Plates, Cups and Saucers, he. Do do Lwers and Busins, J»c China Tcawafe, he. Together with an excellent assortment of Pressed, Plain and Cut Glassware Pipes in boxes, 3 groce each Window Glass, from 8x10 to 12x18 Ilhck Por'er Bottles Furniture Knobt & Looking GI»m PUtes Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, March Term, 1833. BZUA LUNT, administrator of John W. Cook, deceased, submitted to the Court his first account as administiator aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof which account is received, and the same will be allowed and recorded, unless cawe be shewn to the contrary, o < or before the first Monday in June next, of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A Copy-Test: A- “UOMB, apr 19 — w6w__ Beg Wills. Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, rfpril Term, 1833. WILLIAM D NUTT, Administrator of George » I_ .1_,0.1 submitted In the Court his third account, as administrator aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof; which account is received, and the same will be allowed and recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in June nest; of which all persons interested or concerned will tske notice. A copy—Test* apr 19—a 6w A MOORE, Reg: Wills. Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, Murch Term, 1833. W1LI.I vM H MILLER and Robert H. Miller, Ex ecutors of Mordecai Miller, deceased, sub mitted to the Court their first account, as executor* Aforesaid, with the vouch* rs in support thereof*— which account is received, snd the skme will be Allowed and recorded, unless cau-e be shewn to the tontr*ry, on or before the first Monday in June next; of which all persons interested or coucerncd will take notice A copy -r l est: A. MOOIIB, ■>pr 19 -w6w___Reg. Wills. Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County, Murch Term, 1833. WILLIAM D. NUTT, Administrator of O. P, Fin- | ley. deceased, submitted to ihe Court hi* first iccouut, as administrator aforesaid, with the vouchers | n support thereof; which account is received, and the utme will be allowed and recorded, unless cause be ilie wn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in lone next! ol which all persons interested or concerns 'c w.iltake notice. AcoP)-Te.t: ' ,p, ;9--w6w_% MOORE, Reg- Wills. aveKuudriu Acadeni)j 1 rHB Trusteefrof the Alexandria Academy announce 1 to the public that they have elected Mr H 1 naoasor-f rincipal of said Academy* and that this In- , ititution is now open for the reception of students.— 1 he course of instruction will embrace the Greek and Latin Classics, the French Language, and all the 3 ranches oft complete English Education. Tvvstxxs: Rev Emu President. Rev: B. Lippett I P Thompson, Rebevt 1. Taylor, Wm- C. Gardner, £«Rbm<1 I. Lee, Charles A. Alexander, v Ungk Smith, wm. L- Hodgson. apr 20—eotf WM. L• H0DG9GN, Sec y: Juat Vubltabeil* And on sale by WM. M MORRISON, CHRIST our Example, by Caroline Fry. Scripture Principle* of Education, by Caroline Pry, (author of the Listener, Christ our F.xample, «c.j The Glory of the Age, an Easay on the Spirit of Mis lions, by John Foster. . A , .. „ , Also, Botany for Beginners, being an introduction to xira Lincoln'* Lectures on Botany, by Mrs. Phelps may 23 ___ -— India Cblna. S Boxes Canton Dishea, from 16 to 18 inches, supe rior quality , ,_ 5 do do Desert and Tea Plates, flit and deep, pencilled and enamelled, very cheap 2 do do Bow la, quart and half gallon, will be sold as low as Liverpool ware 15 groce Pint Porter Bottles __ ao„ , . With a general assortment of CHINA. CLASS. & EARTHENWARE, wholesale and«tiul. Smo23 _KOBT. H. MILLER^ . Jmi «>\. Johnson, DRAPER AND TAILOR, TH \NKKUL to h'S friends for their liberal patron age, now announce* to them and the public that ie hae taken a house on King street, near the corner >f Fairfax street, where be is prepared to make up Gentlemen's Clothing, as usual, in the best manner, at :hc shorteat notice, and on the most reasonable terms, lie has also on hand an assortment of Ready-mkde Clothes, which will be sold at the lowest prices- Per ions wishing Clothe* of any descrip.ion will plc-*se call md examine for tbc-mselvea. may 23 -1 m_____ Paper. iiWt Beams news, 21X31 1UU 37 do fine foolscap 27 do fine pot 71 do blue, yellow and white letter 21 do auper letter 21 do No 2 and 3 do, from the manufacto ry of U. u J. Ames, Springfield, Mast., for sale at manufactory prices by may SO S. MKSSKRSMITH. Cabinet Globing. 'IHIK encouragement which the subscriber has recel I ved since lie has been in business, induces mm to ■etui n liis sincere thanks to those who have been plea led to patronise him in hi* exertion* to substantiate Mid beautify the various operations of his avocation, ind respectfully to assure the public that be still con inues to carry on the above mentioned business on King street, two doors west of Mrs Taylor's, where ie will thankfully receive all order* in his line of bust ies*, and promises to execute tbtm with neatness, dieapneas, and despatch, may 17—tf _ WII.L1AM CREIGHTON Yeuft, litmt 4 61 Chests and half chests Teas 1/4 18 boxes Loaf Sugar, assorted 12 hhds Porto Rico and N (). Sugar 35 hags lava and St. Domingo Coffee 6 bbla Jamaica . do 10 boxes chocolate 20 hhds prime New Orleans Molasses 5 casks new Rice • 25 boxes best bunch Raibins 50 drums pulled Figs 10 bags Pimento 10 bags Pepper 10 boxes best Chewing Tobacco 8 boxes Plug do 50 reams Wrapping Paper 20 reams Foolscap do 1 rase assorted Fancy Soap 25 boxea yellow do 25 boxea mould and dipt Candles 15 eoila white Cordage Just received ajid for sale by mar 27 _KRRR k FITZUUGU. GrowmX for sate by the Ton, Barrel or Bushel. THE subscriber ha* on hand, and intends keening during the season, Ground Piaster, which will be •old at as low price* aa it can be procured at in the Ui* Set. _ JON A. JANWKY. Voitw He WYufe IVotUfcB. gars Groce best quality Quart Wine Bottlea Z\f 12 do do Porter Bottle* 16 do do Pint Wine Bottlea Just received from the Factory* per brig rtiron, and fur sale by - H. C SMITH, apr 17 Agent for N. E Glass Dottle Co Notice is Vv«r»b3 given, Til AT a General Meeting of the Stockholder* of the Fauquier and Alexandria Turnpike Company will lake place at Buckfand on Thursday, the 9ih day of May next, for the purpose of electing a President, four Directors, a Treasure1", and other Officers of said Com pany. J. MORGAN. Treasurer. The above Meeting is postponed till a' hi- j Jay, the 7th June._2_may 1 0_ | CheBti Boot* ft A. D. HARMON, At his new Store, adjoining Mr. Butch erV», and two doors above hit old stand, has ^BMrecfived » p»rt ofW* Spring stock of OOFS & SHOES, •onsisting of almost every variety of Udics .Gentle arn’s Misses’, Boys’ and Children’s Bo**, Booteesj fUil, rent cHtae. Call and see.__ Uouae to Uent. That two-ltory Brick HOUSE, £f9ff1Uwith Garden attached, opposite Mr. Me HBliWcuirc’s, on Koyal street, will be rented JKSftjMoBto a careful, punctual tenant, at a mode* Iterent^mmediate possession may be had- Inquire it the warehouse of may 18_8AM’t~ B I.AWMOUB & Co. DuhtBUB or i3f©nni-^ w\b^ fit©. LANDING from the schooner Abigail, from Boston, 5 bags fresh Castana Nuts 100 drums Figs 2 bales do soft shelled Almonds “1C °y EDW'D. PAINCEBFIELP. W anted Yn\TO©diate\$ * A GARDENER ofgoed eharsetor. Appl)^»o^he Editor. *Pr FvankWn House Hotel, ^Amrfk By J. MORRIS, at the corner of ^VfffJyCKing and Pill streets, and recently in the g||||II|Hoccupancy of Mr. A. Newton. This well jPmm known stand has just been put in good order, mad ia now open for the reception of guests, where they can be accommod ted in the moat agree able manner. Tbe salubrity of its situation, sad conti guity to the busineaa part of the town, and the selection for the table being the best the market will afford, en couragement by past favors animates the subscriber with renewed seal to assure those who wish to beard by the week, month, or year, that no pains will be spar ed in endeavoring to please* He therefore, from strict attention and moderate charges, solicits a share o» pub lic patronage. „ . N. B Peraona travelling from Alexandria to Vt ash ington or Baltimore, can secure their seats in Belta hoover's splendid Line of Blue Safety Coache*, at the Bar Hours of departure, half past 7 A. II-, 2 P. M-, sod 10 P M Mexandria. May 21*, 1933. fcwr Rents j The large and commodious three story brick dwelling house ^wSSfMon the north east corner of Fairfax and MUWcmeron street. It is in complete repair, and possession can be had immediately. Apply to may 25QEO. JOHNSON «t Co Hou&e liv>t for Sale or Rent. MThe subscriber offers ror tale or rent his HOUSE tc HALF ACRE LOT, at thei ntersection ot Washington and rono ko-streets.in which he now resides, nov 1-lawtfEDMUND 1. LEE. To Rent, MA small HOUSE or two, at low rent. JOSIAH H. DAVIS. &oap Hosin’just received twenty barrels} also com mon llosin and Pitch. rosy 24 To Rent, M That pieatmtly situated HOUSE on Jones' Point, to which will be attached sufficient ground srden To a person of correct habits, 1 will rent it on reasonable terms, may 11 _ JOSIAH H. DAVIS._ Onnoaitton for Wa&Vinglon & BALTIMORE. Beltzhoover & Co’s Blue Line of Safety Coaches leave* thru-Coach office, it <>*1 street, between King street and Newton's City Hotel, every morning at half past 8 o'clock, di rect for Washington and Baltimore, calling bj Har rington's and Morris's Taverns for passengers Pas sengers can enter their names and secure their seats at either of the above places. Passengers wishing to go to Baltimore at any other hour, will be sent to Wash ington without any extra charge. These Coaches, Horses and Drivers, are surpassed by none* and no ra cing allowed. Passenger? called for and put down where requested. Every exertion to please. Fare to Washington • > $0 25 " to Baltimore • • 3 25 G. M. BltUCE, Agent. P S. A Stage leaves the Office adjoining Gartaby'*, Washington, every afternoon at 4 o'clock for Alexan dria___»pr 1ft—tf (ieorgfc d. Uow^Vi IS nnw opening a choice selection of FAUCI A^O STAPLE GOODS, consisting in part of Super London cloths and castimeres* men's ummer wear* black lu-tring* and poult de soie* watered and figured silks* white, pink, blue and bisk sattins; paint ed muslins and calicoes* light French calicoes, very handsome* painted pa.'minct'e* Italian crape* Cyprus and Iris gauze* cambric-* jack one a* plain and flgund Swiss and Hook ditto* plaid muslins* ginghams* real searsuckers* pongees* white and brown drillings* stripe* for boys* one ease super *< ft dressed Irish li ner** super long law ns* green snd white blond veils* figured and plain barrege ditto* linen cambric* ditto hdkfs* Bishop's lawu* while merino and csm-l's hair shawls* beautiful assortment of fancy hdkfs* bobbinets and laces* Grecianette* nun's lace* Hoskin and kid gloves* large assortment of cottor hosier)'* misses*dit to, some very superior* Marseilles end silk vesting* ta ble and bird eye diapers* Irish and Rumi* sheetings, bleached* black and colored lasting** blue and green table coversi colored and white knitting cotton* grass ’Mmkrlr fnr hnnnetn mu- and other r-hbnnx: Saloon?: fine black b: mbazetie and Circassians; 6 4and common bombsseens; yellow snd blue nankeen*; gaua*- flan nels; fancy tuck, side and puff combs; hair brusbi s iu great variety; tooth and nail ditto; bandanna*, some first chop; rsttinet fnrcoachmikers; bangupsand b<a verteensi tickings and domestics generally; silk and cotton umbrella* and parasols* foundations and wad ding; point blankets* coarse linens; cotton burlaps; low prierd carpeting, very handsome; fourcaaesatraw bonnets* Leghorn flats; boys’ leghorn hat«$ men's su perfine palm ditto. Cotton Yarn, Candle wick and Cotton Bats, constant ly on hand, at Baltimore pricea._4th mo 8 Bennett HAS received and offer#for sale— A few bales 37 A 28 inch atout unbleached Cottona 4-4 bleached Cottona 9 8 and 5-4 Cotton Sheetings 34 inch Cotton Osnaburgs » No. 1,2,3,4 Hempen Burlaps Best Dorchester Bedticks; Apron Checks Two hales English Shoe Thread Dark blue and W B patent Sewing Thread Best dark blue and black superfine Saxony Clotk Italian Sewing Silk, real black and blue black 4, 4§ snd 5 Pins, first quality Hemming’* genuine firat quality ailver-eyed Nee _dies; W C ditto. . ™»r25 Bpiine Gnoda W. -H. THOMPSON & CO. HAVE received, by the last arrival#, a large and ge neral assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, which they offer for sale upon favorable terms, waota SALK AM nXTAIl.__*Pf 8 W\n&o% G\a»a. Boxes Window Ghsa, Northern manufacture, 0(J from 8 X 10 to I? X 18, at moderate pricea Marbles, in bags, 1000 each Looking Glass plate*; Pipe* in boxes 60 doxen Class Knob*, will be sold low to close 1 set very rich cut Glassware. 145 With an assortment Liverpool Dining Seta, and other goods ;n my line- *■ "• MILLLK.