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_______ — ■ ■ ■ .. ■ — PUBLISHED BY V EDGAR SXOWDEy ^ * ' i)nlj Paper *8 per annum. Country p*pk, *5. V\\e dUambuftt Having been pvt in c -if*-* plete order, will herealter i - regular!) between ' lexaudrL *au Washington—leaving Alexandria, IVaahington, At 7* A- M. At 9 A. Hi 10 A. M. 11 A. M 2* P. H. 34 P. H. 5 P. N. 6 P. H jnne 13—tf __ VUe Stoftutboal CAPTAIN GUY, will leave Janney's wharf. Alexandria, At half past 7 o’clock A . M. j At - 10 o’clock A. M. At • 2 o’clock P. M. i and At half past 4 o'clock P. M. lieturning. Leave Washington at half past 8 o’clock A. M. At half past 11 o’clock A. M. At - 3 o’clock P- H i and f At half past 5 o’clock P M. Alexandria, june 8—tf_______________ Notice. The Steamer COLVMB A. \ Captain James Mitchell, w in, | umil the first of September 1 next, leave Baltimore for the D:«’ri t of Columbia everv Wednesday at 4 o’clock P. U i ami returning, will leave Washington »t 6 and Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. on Sunday for Bslti more_._m-> A_ •VijUce Steamboat POTOMAC,; Joseph NVvitt, ma>t?r, be* , itig in complete order, will, n i ' a«.k *>« cum#* ittnnincr to Nor I folk and Richmond leaving the City of Washington si 3. «nd Mewn-’ria at 4 o’clock. I* M. Returning, le.ve Richmond on Tue^-ay morning, and Norfolk oi* Wednesday morning, at 9 «»Vuck - Fare to Norfoik, including meals, * i7 Do to Richmond. do • 9 may 15 P» \ I’ll. WATTLES, Agent Mooring Wire, uud G HOUND NUTS. #jv i \ iUUk F e* i inch Fionrmg R-'ards H *vl 2,00 ' Let U n. h Stepping UoarJs 6 tierce*, F ,, |tlCe 25 ba * S 10 bag* Ground Nut* Received per schooner Mary Fllen, ♦ >m Charles ton, and tor aa'e by wcKr.NZ^ , June 15 Duke street wharf. 4illl Botes J Burbeck's best 1 Soap, 20’b* It ft P each, rcciived by the brig loketi, from B>>* ton, and for sale by June 13_Burp, D\|\GKKF1KI.» lignum fc>jruv». JBURBECK’d Lemon Syrup, .f superior quality. • in boxes containing one doaen b ttle* each lor toe by EDW’D. UAINGERFIEL1L juue 13 ____ V»tmt* Sugar. j) Boxes Double Loaf Sugar, of superior quality, re ceived for tale by june 12 w H- MILLER CruftVted Sugar, #c. i <\ Barr. Is Crushed Loaf Sugar, k superior article 11 f for fsinilie# 10 1*N«., Hoot* and Shoes, assorted U _ - *.I__ __ kl.,..nl l/.riimi flir fklP hv ;g eU* W FoWLK if Co bruit* ftc. | VNMING fr- Ti schooner Mount Vernon, fr<>m Bos 11 ton. and f>r sale by ► OW’D. DAlNGBBFItLD. 20 drums Raisins 50 do Figs 5 casks Currants 10 bags Cast-na Nuts 5 do Almonds 2 frails Mates 25 boxes Oranges 25 do l.ereona 1 case Prunes 5 boxes Puuchong Tea of superior qna _lity __june 1* PimhutOy NCs I! ) " c^UooU \ Just »«®ei**d tnd f°r hy j'ine U WM D. NUTT. •Vutiupg*. IBirrel Nutmegs, m fine order, for sale bv _June 12 S \ M’L B LARMOUR fc Co. UranAy (Pipe genuine French Brands vist received and for tale by ' W M. D. NUTT. ii|n» Yiituiubian Yiiauruuefc ritock. 4« Sharea of Columbian Insurance Stock, for sale _ *f very low by GRO. WHII R. Li\\i« rE cargo of schooner Ann, Captain Dison, of 1000 CasKS Thomaaton (Jane. . for sale by' W. FOWLS 8a Co. tune 4 #V ottee those i ntereated as creditors of the estate of Da * V|d Martin, deceased.—After the 19th day of this nionttx, a dividend wilt be made of the money in my accruing from his estate; and 1 wish all claims *lf*»nst said estate, that are still outstanding, to be pre* jeu'-ed before the above date, regularly passed by the ^P^ans’ Court, otherwise they may* not recover their ***d claims. J.\s. DOUGLAS, Adm’r. June 12—tf i Ht X S A,|LE X^A N D RIA GAZETTE. From “ The Lift and Adventuret of Dr Do• dimua Duckworth, A. N. to be published io a few days, by Mr Stodart, of New York. BORING A DUTCHMAN’S SKULL. Yaccup D<>nner»ogel, a bruising Dutchman, hating one day got into a battle with Barney O’ B'underbuss, the Hibernian gate him such a blow on the sconce, that be was taken up for dead. Burner in a great fright ran for the doctor. »* I've' kilt a man! I’te kilt a man, dorther!— elane dead as a door nail—and I want you should run and see him instantly, afore he’s dane gone past all redimption. Och! and ahotie! that iver I should come to Ameriky to be hanged, when there’s so much hemp raised in ould Ireland.” »» Who is the man?” asked the doclor. “ And who should he be,” returned the Irish man, “ of all the world, but Mishter Donnerto gpl, the fightin Dutchman, that’s for knocking iverv body down that stands afore him—bad luck tu him!** ** Tts bad luck to him, sure enough, if you ve killed him>” *• He’s kilt, dorthor, he’s kilt clane dead—and that’s the raison I’m after ye in such a hurry.— I hope they won’t hang me quite, saain, it wus’nt'dnne with malice afther aforetnought, but in fair and jontale combat, as jontleman kills another the world round. Saint f athrirk he kno s l did’nt mane to kill him at all at all.” As the patient was no farther oft’ than land lord Lotejuy’s, the doctor was instantly by his side. He was lying on a bench in the bar-room,' »tthout sense or motion} and the byslanders, of j wi out there was a considerable number collected, kctliovpil him to he fairlv dead. «. \»! lie’s got his portion now,” said one, “he won’t want another knock down for one while ” i. |t’s. just upon him.*' said another. “ he’s al ways blowing and fighting, and l was sure he’d get killed at last ” “ Who struck first?” asked a third. -♦» The Dutchman.” said one. »• The Irishman.” said another. »• N", ’twia the Dutchman,” repeated the first, • ‘ Jot 1 see him with my own eves ” •• I sav ’twas’nt the Dutchman,” said the se eontl. “ tor I was looking un all the tune, and I see the Irishman strike fiist.” .» I t«-lt vou, ’twas the Dutchman.” .» And I tell y«*u. you d<*n’t know any thing about it. Barney gin the first blow; and he’ll have to be hangi-d. if ither on ’em.” Thus they disputed; and were near coming to blows themselves As for Duckworth, us soon as he saw Hie patient.lying mute, motionless, and, to all appearance, dead, he declared he must be trepanned. No sooner said, than a» it he went. “ In the first place,” said he, flourishing a scal pel, “ I most denude thecrankum bv a crisscross I incision.” Thus saying he cut down to the bone, in the fore part ut the head, and turned up the scalp. .... “ Now,” continued, he, “ the next thing is, to bore thro’ the skull; and here I apply the trap pan.” As he said this, he produced an inch auger, and applying it to the cranium, began vigorously to turn it round and round. “ Do you call that a trappan, doctor?” aiked one. %. Don’t disturb the operation by foolish que« tions,” returned the doctor, still vigorously ply ing Hie carpenter’s tool. .. I. I_L j ...O »’cuill mnlhnr. “ vprv milrh like a common pod-auger; ami il ’twas’ni in the doctor’s hands, I should *«? *t*as one; howsom ever, the doctor knows best.” “Hush! hush your gabble!” said the doctor _•‘Time, now! you’ve made the auger—the trappan I would say-slip, by your confounded talking.” Whether it was, that he was aroused by the agitation his brain received from the auger; or whether he was recalled lo his senses bv the re turning powers of uatuie; one thing is certain, (hat in a very short tune Donnervogle, whh had merelv been stunned, opened his eyes and ex claim* d “Wat te tyfel is you toin mit mine headi?” “ Boring it out.” returned the doctor “Pirin'ii out.” said the patient, putting up his hand and seizing hold of the au^er, “Wat for vnu poie il out, ha?‘* “ Hold still! and ask no questions, you thun der bird,” said 'he doctor, endeavoring to con tinue the revolutions of tne auger. ••Holt *htili! mine G»t t!” exclaimed Donner vngle, in great wrath and astonishment, sitting up anil endeavoring to wrench the instrument from the hands of the operator, while the blood streamed down over his lace “Holt slitill! and let you pore mine head trough yust like one blog of wool, wit a tarn tuil auger! I no understand it.” Duckworth still held fast to the instrument, and insisted upon finishing the operation; alleg ing that it would be a great shame to let a pa tient go with hia crankum half bored through — But as Donnervogle thought the boring, he had already had, was quite sufficient, and seemed not at all disposed to submit to the further use of the auger; the surgeou desired some of the bystand ers to hold him, while he finished the operation. «% But the man is alive and kicking,” said one —“ what more do you want?” “That’s uothing to the case,” replied the doc tor. “ As t6 his being alive—any dead man might be that under skilful hands—but its very ungrate ful in him to pretend to come to life, before 1M fairly trappenned him. And for kicking and struggling, I desire that he may be kept stilt un til I finish the job. Will none of you assist me?" “ That will I,” said Barney stepping forward, aod seizing hold of the arms of rhe Dutchman —“I'llhilp ye, ducthor dear; for I kilt him, and it's no more nor right I should blip to cure him; so, ducthor, you bore a way, whiles I’ll be af ter houlding his hands still.” *• Dunder!” exclaimed Donnervogel; & spring ing upon his feet, he freed his arms irom the grasp of the Irishman; and wrenching the auger violently from the hands of Duckworth, he struck him over the head with the handle of the instru ment, and would have laid him sprawling on the floor, had he not been caught by the bystanders. Br a rapid movement, he next proceeded to knock down the Irishman; and by repeated blows would have depatched him outrigM, had he not been seized, and disarmed bv the specta tors. Both the doctor and the Hibernian, however, recovered without surgical aid; and the Dutch man, having got a shoemaker' to stitch up his scalp with an awl, was, in a very few days, rea.l v for any new scrape into which his boxing and bruising disposition might lead him Out uM.tun\!iuc\urfcA r 1 c u a n d sPLE.vni nu I have HATH for the Sum in. r, whi< h 1 con fidently offer to the pub lic, knowing them to be of the FIRST ORDER. I have HKDUCt d the prick. 1 ask those that are in want, and others that have been buying iiuthe neigh boring Cities, to call and examine— co • pare, -n.t mi, il I am not on- rmjr tu* Jinrsi mnnufitiwtfjr the price that Ii*j> ever been M-mi two door* Fast of Butcher’s Hardware Store l t? Country Gentlemen; before you upend your mo ney, call on I JOHN T O. WILBAK. June 15— _ Oi\. ||| Casks of Spermaceti Oil, of excellent quality, 1*1 for kale by June 4 A C CJaZKNOVR 13* Co. W\\Yte UbA. sn f,-?lpUrCK . * White Lead •1U 100 Xegs No is Freeh ground, and* superior article, just received per sloop Miller, and fur Sale at Philadelphia pricea, by June 4 S M. Iff S. H JANNLV, Veytper & Vmfltee. ritltE subscribers have on hands few bugs each of A prime Sumatra Pepper and Porto Kico Coffee, Witch they will sell low to close sties, jnne 4 S II. t9 H JANNF.V. 0\d r\u\i.tja wanted rwisil to purch .se about 1000 lbs of Old Spikes. .... josish n n v;s. AiUfcvif.nn Landing from schr. Alexandria, from Xeto York, ||| Half Pipes smertcan Brand-, in excellent or HI der, for sale by may 31P.DW’I) T>ATNGF.RFIF.U). Freight l*TE hsve thirtx barrels freight to Richmond, if imv 29 *\M’I. B ;\UM»UU - Cn VolUiu noc-Uft. \N additional supply of Country Knit, just received, for sale by the dozen or whole quantity, at a re duced price, J, k J DOUGLaS ui»jr 4 f ___j . #M\wUn 3|"| Dozen Worked Swiss Wuatin Capes, just open *)11 ed, and for sale at reduced price*. b> may v j GEO. WHITE. BTfttt. a rrw\ Bushels Br»n. dailv expected, »nd will be 1 Jllrll told in lots to suit purchasers tin applies tionto STEPHEN SHINN, Jannc)*s wharf C off eft. I Bag* prime old White Coffee, of fine flavor, just |i r received by STEPHEN S’llNN. may 25 Janney’a wharf. \n\ii\g B'jftonTftft. 1Chests, of late importation and good quality, 111 landing from the schooner Columbia, from New York and for aide by may 22 S MESSER-MITH. WWEIGHING equal to Liverpool, constantly for sale, in lots to suit purchasers, bv may 23_A C CAZENOVE & Co. TooiB-.UBft Pwtft r|SHE above article ia represented ss having its cha. §_ racier constantly enhanced b\ numerous respect able certificates. I faithfully applied according to the directions, and a cure be not effected, the purchaser will have his money refunded on eturning the Box Sold by WILLIAM STABLER, 6tb mo 10___AS*nt MftckaiAcft' Bank Xo\ft®. 1 STILL continue to give a fair price for the Note* of the Mechanics* Bank of Alexandria. jUm g JNO. COltsB. Broker. MUSEUM Qpendai /froif 10 to 12, M., and from 3 to I, P M *' .. 43 Te a, VVii\ea FRUITS. &c. &C. Landing from New York, and for sale by the subscribers: 5jQr\ Chests, half chests, and boxes Gunpowder, 45HJ Imperial. Hyson. Young Hyson and Pouchong TEAS, fine qualities 20 beautiful lacqueredcaddies J Gunpowder 2 cases 2 lb leads ) •’e* 70 hogsheads New Orleans, Porte Hico and St Croix SUGARS 50 bags white Br iildo 10 quarter calks Port "\ 20 Indian barrels Roasillon 40 quartet casks Dry Malaga DIVINES 5 half pipes Catalonia 40 cases Claret j ^ 10 do Muscat J 4 halfpipes Seignette's Cognac Brandy, enti tled to debenture 10 barrels Honey 50 boxes new Cheese 1 case Vermicelli 100 bale* Cassia 10 bales Almonds 5 do . Madeira Nuts 8-> drums Prunes ' 150 do Pigs 25 do' Da'es 50 boxes Bunch Raisins 20 boxes French Fruits in vinegar 40 .do Capers and Olives 50 do Sicily Lemons, in good order 2 pipes fresh l.i-mon Juice prepared in Sicily, a new article. 125 Demijohns, one, two, and five gallons 5 casks Brown Stout 90 (Instil Knglish Mustard N B These Goods, being imported under reduced snJ abolish- d duties and purchased cbi< fly for munty, can br sold at low pric. s. june 10 SAMUEL B. LAHMOUR & Co. For sale by the Ton, Barrel, or BusheL TMK subscriber has on h ind, and intends keeping during the season, Ground Plaster, which will be sold at as low prices as it can be procured at in the Dis ..... lfikll JAKNIV. Tfcwa, \softf *ugaT, Ctiffee, &e. i Chests and half chests Teas I 118 boxes Loaf Sugar, assorted 12 hhd» Porto Uico and N O Sugar 35 bags lava and St. Domingo Coffee 6 bDls JmnaiM 10 boxes • hocolate 20 bhd* prime New Oileans Molasses 5 chsits new Rice 25 boxes best bunch Raisins 50 drums pulled Figs 10 bags Pimento 10 baga Pepper 10 boxes best Chewing Tobacco 8 botes Plug do 50 r> atns Wrapping Paper i 20 reams Foolscap do 1 rase assorted Fancy Soap 25 boxes yellow do 25 boxes mould and dipt Candles 15 coils while Cordage Ju«t received and for sale by mar 27_KERR h FITZHHUQ. Office of the Chesapeake Ohio Canal Company, Washington, June 3, 1833. NOTICE is hereby given, that an instalment of two dollars and fifty cents per sh -re, (being the 39th' instalment) on every share of slock in the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal .Company, i» required to be paid on the ! I5ih day of August next; and a further aum of two [dollars and fifty cents per share, (being the 40lh mstal ' men') on the 16*h day of Septe mber next* which in stalments must be paid to the credit ol the Chesa peake hi d Ohio Canal Company, to the Cashier or other officer of either of 'he following Banka, viz:— The Branch Bank of the United States at Washing ton, 1> C. Bank of Washington.at do Patriotic ank, do Bsuk of the Metropolis, do Fanners' and Mechanics’ Bank at Georgetown Bank of Alexandria at Alexandria Hank of Potomac do Farmer.’ Bank of Alex’* do - Hagerstown Bank in ll-geratown. Md Branch of the Valiev Bank in Charlestown, Va. And the Branch nfthe Valley Jiank m Leesburg, Va. By order of the President end Directors: JOHN V INGI.E, Clerk ' hesapeake and Ohio Canal Co. june 7—wtl6ihbept__ Vtwfcuvj DiiUara UevuvA \UrILL be Rivoi for the apprehension of JAMES ff g. M A I’ll HRS, an indented apprentice to the Cabinet Business. who absconded on Sunday morning last. I'he said Mathers (more familiarly known bv the name of Burns) is about 19 year* of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, slender made thin visage, freckled face, light brown hair, of rather sluggish carriage and speech, with considerable self consequence. He had on when he absconded a white hah olive cloye bodied coat, white pantaloons, the j but having a variety of clothing, his dres? m«y possibly be varied. Mathers, having a alight knowledge of the Upholstering (Just ness, may possibly tender his services as such. The above reward, with all reasonable expenses, •will he paid for bia ipprehension and securermot. so that 1 get lorn again( and all peruxis are hereby fore warned against harboring or employing said >>ny, •=> the law wiH be rigidly enforced against all offending. j„ne 4 - tf__JAMES GREEN, •Vtahacn ftVata Quottj. THE subscriber, residing in Prince William County, (Va ) tenders his sincere thanks to the public in general f<-r the patronage they have afforded him in his line of business He wishes to inform the in habitants of the District of Columbia, and the sur rounding country, that he ban been at considerable expense in procuring a quantity of «s good biale as can be had in America, which be is willing to fur-ush and put on, at from 7 to 9 dollars per "quart , agreeably to the quality. • hose wishing to afford him patron age in this laudable undertaking will signify it by ap plying to John R Mills and John HuddleMon, Agents in Alexandria, or to Matthew Waite, Washington City. • mar &—wSrn W1LLIAM WAI1E. JOB PRINTING ft'tatltj and expeditiously etecutsd at this Office k & ! . k Qeorg* 4. 18 now opening * choice selection of FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS, consisting in part of Super London cloths and cassimeresi men's summer wear; black lustrings and poult de aoie; watered and figured silka; white, pink, blue and btak aattinsi paint* d muslins and catieoes; light Prench calicoes, very nandsomet painted pslminettet Italian, crapei Cyprus .*nd Iris gauaei cambric*; jackone a; plain and figured swia* and Hook ditto; plaid muslins; ginghams; real »earsuckm; pongees; ahi'e and brown drillings; stripe* for boys; one case super soft dressed Irish li* nens; super lo.igal*«nst green and white blond veils; figured and plain'hsrrege ditto; liften cambric; ditto hdkft; Bishop's lawn; white merino and earn* l's haiy shawls; b autiful assortment of fancy hdkl»; bobbineta and isct'S; Grecisnette; nun's lace;st1eskio and kid* gtores; targe assortment of eotto> boaierr; misses'dit* to, some very superior; Marseilles and silk vesting; '*• ble and bird eye diapers; Irish and Ituaaia sheetings, bleached; black and colored tastings; biue and green * table covers; colored and white knitting cotton; gras* cambric for bonnets; gauze and other ribbons; gHlooni; fine black b •mbasette and Circassians; 6 4 and common bombazeens; yellow and blue nankeens; gaust flan n-l»; fancy tuck, side and puff*combs; hair brushes in great variety; tooth and nail ditto; bandannas, some first chop; nttinc* for coach makers; hangups and b»a* verteen*; tickings md domestics generally; silk and cotton umbrellas and parasols; 'oundations and wad* ding; point blankcs; coarse linens; cotton burlaps; low priced carpeting, very handsome; four cases s’raw bonnet*; Leghorn flats; boys’ leghorn hat*; men’-* su perfine palm ditto. Colton Yarn, Candle wick and Cotton Bats, constant* ly on hand, at Ba'timnre prices _ 4th mo 8 Bennett HAS received and oflV ra for sale— A few hales 37 & 28 inch stout unbleached Cottons 4 4 bleached Cottons 9 8 and 5 4 Cotton Sheeting* 34 inch Cotton osnahurgs No 1,2,3,4 Hempen Burlaps lies! Dorchester Bedticks; Apron Checks Taro bales Knglisli *»hoe Thread Dark blue and W H patent Sewing Thread Best dark blue and black aupeifine Saxony Cloth Italian Sewing Silk, real black and blue black 4, 44 and 5 Kina, first quality Hemming’* genuine first quality silver-eyed Nee* dies; W C ditto. mar25 P 41 h . W. H. THOMPSON fc CO. HAVE received, by the last arrival*, a large Ind ge neral assortment of mtjiPLR AND FANCY GOODS, which they offer lor aale upon Tivorame term*, w*Va(. (ALB AND KBTA1L. *Pr ® VVXn&tro 0\a»». Boxes Window G'>*a, Northern manufacture, 01 r from 8 X10 to 12 X 18, at moderate price* Marbles, in bat's, 1000 each Looking Glas* pistes. Pipes in boxes 00 dozen Glass Kno's, will be sold low to elo 1 set very rich cut Glassware. f4J With an assortment Liverpool Lining Seta, and other goods in my line. _H. M. MILI EB. iturnkUn l\nun« lloiel, By J. MORRIS, tt (he comer of Ring and Put streets, and recently in tb# occupancy of Mr A Newton This well known stand haa juat been put in good order, and ia now open for the reception of guests, where they can be accommod ted in the moat agree* able manner J he salubrity of Is situation, and eontl. fruity to the business part of the town, and th* •< lection or the table being the beat the market will afford, en* couragement by past favors animates the subscriber with renewed seal to assure thoae who wish to board by the week, month, or year, that no-paint will be spar, ed in endeavoring to pleaae He therefore, from »tnct attention an I moderate charge*, solid's* share ol pub* lie patronage. N. B Persons travelling from Alexandria to V ash* ington or Baltimore, can secure their seat* in Belt*, hoover's splendid Line of Blu> Safety Coaches, *t th§ Bar Hour* of departure, half paat 7 A M , 2 P. M-, and 10 P M__ Vlit Heuty The large and comwodiona three story , BRICK DWELLING HOlsK IrJlllSon ‘^e nurtli eaat corner ol Pan tax *ud £bSmn5 Cameron street. It is in complete repair, and possession can be had ifnmedi* ely • Apply .to muv 25 GKo. JOHNSON <* Co Uouttfc # Lot fur Sato or XUut. , - The subscriber offer* for sale or rei t hit r#l4 HOUSE if HALF ACRE LO'J, •••' attheinter^ectiunofWashin^oT and rono kostreet* in which he now resides nov I 1av.tf_BI>MDM> I IFF To Vlenl, MA small HOWE or two, at low rert JOSIAH II D eVli. | 'w»p Rosin, Just received twenty bsrr. 1st ala- coot, mon Hosin and Pitch.__may 24 /Vo Went, MThst pleasantly situated HOWE on Jones* Point, to whicty will be attached *« ffioient ground srden To a person of correct habits, I will rent it on reasonable terms, muy 11 JI STAH H DAVfl, Lumber Xtu A, W ar eLonsty H WHARIES, CAI.CUI.ATING to pursue the Rop*.maktng BusV ness, it is my desire to close m> present business as soon as p»**ihlt * I will therefore di-pose of my stock of LUMBER* consisting of Boards, Plai k, Scantling, Shingles. Ac Act »"d will rent my Wharves. Lumoer Yard, and Wsrrhouse, on reason able terms JOSIAH H DAVIS. (j-J- A Post Hewer and Setter wanted immediately. PuUIa •'foUte. MR. CHARLK4 FI.KTCIIKR, one of the late firm of Fletcher Of Dement, having assigned to me ~ truat, for certain purposes in the assignment sit expressed, sundry Promissory Notes and counta—Notice is therefore hereby sons indebted to the late firm afore s ‘ payment •• requested, or, if that satisfactory security “ " 1 those dams wdl be pi— officer fof collection. mejr23—w*W