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¥ ----■——— i i ■ —■■_■■■ i ■ " ■■■_ ' M".“——~ I « PUBLISHED BY EDGAR SNOWDEN. Daily Paper *8 per annum. Country paper 25. Fait Boston. The schooner HARRIET. Nickerson, mss. *' - > or. will have despatch, and take freight low. —*•, w. rowi k or Co. ,\pp»> 10 june M___ Fot F . eight. zfk The schemer MARY, Captain Young, car UoO barrels will take a freight to New ' i„ ' >i” f°*~ APPW.lKOWLK. & C. For Freight ~r\ The schooner SETH C7 WILLIAM, Capt. ^^Kel'er. carr es 70U barrels, will take a freight to 1** >v.v»wi.b - c., VUe C.iPT.liy GUY, will leave x Jann«y*a wharf, Alexandria, t'Vrrre \t u*|| past 7 o’clock A • M. g-^r-gjAt : 10 o’clock A. M a . 2 o’clock P. M. ; and A! half pas* 4 o’clock I’ U. Returning, lose Washington at half past 8 o'clock A M. At half past U o’clock A. SI. At - 3 o’clock P. M ; and At half past 5 o’clock P U. Alexandria, june 8 tf___ S'oiice. t he Steamer COLUMB A Captain James Mitchell, will, until th«#tir»t of Septmibtr «___ I next, Ijrave lultimore for the llistri t of Columbia ever- W ednesday at 4 o cl«»ck I . M , and returning, will leave Washington at 6 anil Alexandria at 7 o’cLck. A. M. on Sunday for Haiti mav 4 Notice. Steamboat POTOMAC, . Joseph Nevitt, master, be u 4'. vv^jf » tM" m complete order, will, un K i 7ih instant, resume running to Nor t»!k »i,^ Yn.;.. » *d leaving the t‘*ty of Washington jt ,, „ I .tvlna at 1 o’clock. I* M. Returning, k i.e l c! i ti <1 on luc-day mt>r..lngl and Norfolk on V.’e V ■*' 1 looming, at 9 o’clock V to Norfolk including meals, • *7 Do ’u Richmond. do • 9 tniiv l j N A rH. "A TILES, Agent. Lime. 8Mi X Casks Thomaston Lime, the cargo of the < m I schooner M.irs, for sale by iii'ie 24 W. FOW’LE A Co Ltmon Juice. * /* IV ’/XN bottles pure Lemo * Juice, f r sale by 0 junc ?2 _GEO. WH»1^_ , . Clf \ Hi ill ^ VI.K-Spanish Segars, put up in large .V' V Km ' boxes, for sale by june 22 _ GF.O WHITE. l\rtvz.il Ct ffec. | (• rj |, \ f bs piime, received per Brig Carrier, IM.IMH J f..r sale by ciae 20 W FOWI.lt O’ Co Lntn lolWtf. Liuscttii V)i\, and KlMILY FLOUR. ) ) BAG-* gr ren l.agtnra Codec *-> ' 2 barrels Linseed Oil 14 barrels Shenandoah Family Flour 1>r Me by SAMUEL B. LAKMOUR & Co j'ine 21 _ riicii} Ltmons. Zli i Boses Sicily I emons, in prime order, just re I caved per schooner Marv Helen, from Boston, an ! for sale by 5. MESShltSMl l‘H. uae 17 _ iiuu\Ati'wAex Ten. A tlatfCb-sta, cf superior quality, just received and %J tor wl-by 8. MKSSERSM1LH june 17 1 | Hi j Bovs J Hut Seek’s best No 1 Soap, 20 lbs *'* each, received by the Brig Token, from Bos and for '»lc by j«*»e l; F.PW’D DAINGF.RFIBLD. taioon I K'S l.embn Syiup, f superior quality, *» • in boXvS containing one diixrli buttles each for »fab* F.tl Wl) DXINGERFIELD. \ »vA Sugar. 1 R ues Double I .oof Sugar, of 'uperior quality, re> ** «ived for sti.e by fo* 12_* W II. MILLER. , $*c. m Barrels tlrushei Loaf Sugar, a superior article fr>r families i2r}“i 10 esses Bouts and Shoes, assorted Received p schooner Mount Vernon, for sale by ’U eU W. FOWLS & Co & Coffiefc. rpHE subscribers have on hand a few b igs each of * prime Sumatra Fepper and Porto lfico Coffee, * ' ch they aril! sell low to close sales. S M. it S H JANNEV. A\ntt\caw brandy. /.tctdin*:frpm schr. Alexandria, from A’eu? York, If | Half Pipes American Brand... in excellent or 1“er» for sale by ^m»v _EDW’IV. DAlNGEItFIELD. 'A'vLbuTf\\ Tooth-»\ eta Paate. pHk. above article is represented as having itscha. 5 r*cler consta !y enhanced by numerous respect i ~ f certlC'ates. I faithfully applied according to the jrections, ami a cure be not effected, the purchaser » eh<s money refunded on eturning the Box IT16? WILLIAM STABLER, *'hm^ Agent. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. “LUCK’S ALL.” Some men seem born to be lucky. Happier than kings. Fortune’s wheel has lor them no revolutions. Whatever they touch turns to gold, —their path is paved with the philosopher’s stone. At game* ol chance, they have no chance, but what is better, a certainty. They hold four suits of trumps. They get windfalls without a breath stirring—as legacies. Priae* turn up for them in lotteries. Oo the turf, their horse—an outsid er—always wins. They enjoy a whole season of benefits. At the very worst, in trying to drown themselves, they dive ou some treasure undiscovered since the Spanish Armada; or tie their halter to a hook that unseals a hoard in the celling. That’s their luck. There is another kind of fortune, called ill luck; so ill, that you hope it will die; but it dou’t—that’s my luck. Other people keep scrap-books; but 1, a scrape bunk. It is theirs to insert bon mots, riddles, an ecdotes, caricatures, facetiae of all kinds; mine to record mischances, failures, accidents, disap pointments—in short, as the belters say, I have alwavsa badbook. Witness a few extracts, bit ter as the extract of bark. April 1st. Married on this day; in the first week of the honeymoon, tumbled over her lather m-law’s beehives! He has 352 bees; thanks to me he is now able to check them. Some of the insects, having an account against me, preferred to settl* on my calf. Others swarmed on my hands. My bald head seemed a perfect huio minig top! Two hundred and fifty two stings— it should be “sting*—and arrows of outrageous fortune!” But that’s my luck. Rushed bee Ikiind into the hurae nond. and tom out by Tiger, the house dog. Staggered incontinently into the pig sty, and collared by the sow—su*. per coll, for kicking her suckings; recommended oil for my wounds, and none but lamp ditto in the house; relieved of the stings at last— whut luck! by 252 operations. 9th. Gave my adored Belinda a black eye in the open street, aiming at a lad who attempted to snatch her reticule. Belinda’s part taken by a big rascal, as dear as a post, who wauled to fight me “for striking a woman.” My luck again. 12th. Purchased a mare, warranted 90 gentle a lady might ride her, and, indeed, uo animal could be quieter, except the leather oue, foi mer le in the show room, at Exeter Change. Meant for file first time to ride with Belinda to the Park —put my foot into the stirrup, and found himsell on my back instead of the mare's Other men are thrown by their horses, but a saddle does it for me. Well, nothing so hard as my luck—un less it be the fourth flag or stone Irorn the post at the north coiner of Harley street. Hill. Run down in a wherry by a coal brig, oil Greenwich, but providentially picked up by a steamer, that burst her boiler directly after wards. Saved to be scalded! But misloitunes with me never came single, from my very child hood. 1 remember when my little brolheis and sisters tumbled down stair9, they always hitdhed half wav at the angle. My lurk invaiiablv turn ed the "corner. It could not bear to bale me a single bump. 17th. Had my eye picked out by a paviour, who was axing his way, he did’nt care where.— Sent home in a hacklier chariot that upset.— Paid Jarvey a sovereign for a shilling. My luck atl over! 1st of May. My flue on fire. Not a sweep to be had for love or money! for rile—the parish engine soon arrived, with atl the charity school. Boys arelonu ol playing—arm muuigeu ineir piu pfiisity bv playing into my best drawing room — Eveiy Fri**nd I had dropped into dinner. Nothing but Lacedemonian black broth. Others have pot luck, but 1 have not even piut-luck—at least of the tight sort. 8th. Found, on getting up, that the kitchen garden had been strippped by thieves, but had the luck at night to catch some one in the garden, by walking into my trap. Afraid to callout, lor fear of being shot at by the gardener, who would have hit me to a dead certainty—for auch is iny luck! 10th. Agricultural distress is a treat to mine. My old friend Bill—1 must henceforth call him Corn-Bill—has, this morning, laid his unfeeling wooden leg on my tenderest toe, like a thresher. In spite of Dibdin, I dont believe (hat oak has any heart, or it would not be such a walking treadmill! 12th. Two pieces of “ my usual.” Fret knock ed down tag a mad bull. Secondly, picked up by a pick-pocket. Any body but me would have fround one honest humane man out of the whole crowd; but 1 am born to suffer, whether done by accident or done by design. Luckily fur me and the pick-pocket, l was able to identify him, bound over to prosecute, and had the satisfaction of ex porting him to Botanv Bay. I suppose I perfor med well in a court of justice,(or the next day— Encore uncoup!"— 1 had a summon* to serve with a Middlesex jury, at the Old Bailey, for a fort night. 14th. My number in the lottery has come up a capital prize. Luck at last—if I had not lost the ti* ket! 3ual \ \ibV\fV\eA, And on salt by IVM. A1 MORRISON, VT AKK.A HVE of a Voyage to the South Atlantic 1 v Ocean. Indian Ocean, Chineae Sea, North and South Pacific ocean, in the year* 18 9,1830and 18:11, by Abby Jane Morrell, who accompanied her husband, Capt.on Benjamin Murrell, Jr. of the schooner Antarc tic—wi'‘, a portrait. june22 District of Columbia, County of Alexandria, Set. May Tkhm, 1833. Robert I. T Wilton, administrator'! of David Ricketts deceased, | Complainant. l/^y CHASCERY. AOAIHST Ji sse Wherry and Dwight Met- ! calf, Defendants, J THE Defennant, Jes*e Wherry, not having entered his appearance to this suit, and given security sc curding to the statute and the rules of this Court* and it appeariug to the satisfaction of the Court, that the said Jesse Wherry is not an inhabitant of the District of Columbia, on the motion of the Complainant, by his counsel, it is ORDERED, That he do appear here on or before the first day of the next October Term of this Court, and answer the bill of the Complainant, and give secu rityfor performing the decrees of the i-uurt; and that the resident Defendant, Dwight Metcalf, do not con vey away or secrete the debts by h m owing to, or the money, estate, or «fleets in his hand- belonging to the said absent Defendant, Jtsse Wherrv, until the further order anu decre* oi this Courts and that a copy of this order be forthwith published for two months succes sively, in the Alexandra 1‘henix Gazette, and another copy posted at the front door of the Court house of this County 1‘est: *unc22 -d2m_EDVC I LEE, C. C. Mblle ftm\ D<*wb Wala f it SUMMER—LA TEST FASHIONS. THOMAS L. MARTIN. At hit old stand, on K . g, three doors above Fairfax street, has on hand an ex tensive assortment »»f WHITE, DR AH AND BLACK HATS of the Infest fashion, and all the varieties «»1 stiap< a and qualities that are worn, manufactured und.-r his own i nme< iate inspec . ! I... sk& sms.c* A«>vi>riAiirt t\ iimplrntan an/1 \x/111 K z> found to be got up in a style not surpassed any ~ here | His prices are reasonable, and a good article may be 1 expected bv purchaser He woultf particularly invite attention to his PIJlTS \ RUSSIA HATS. They are not surpassed, if equalled, in any market. OCj* A Boy, from 11 to 15 fears old, that can come ! recommended, would be taken apt-reut.ee June 19___! Dvit *M umvl'acA \\ v RICH AND API. &NDIDH I have HATK for the Suiiiiii r, n-in it 1 con fidently offer to ihe pub lic, knowing them to be of the FIRST ORDER. 1 have KKDUct-D the phirb. 1 ask those that are in want, and others that have been buying in the neii'h bovine; Cities, to call anil cviimne—CO’..pare, tnl-• », ^ if I rn nut i.flT-rin* tit* finest minuf icttl'c fir the price that has ever .*<rn, seen; i*o doors Kast of Butcher’s Hardware Store IV B Country Gentlemen, before \ ou spend your mo ney, rail on JOHN T O. WILBAU. June 15— _ _ 3. tt. HAS just received, by schooner Mount Vernon, a further supply of Men’s fine Hump Summer Boots Do Buck and tea-colored Buckskin Shoes Do Pumps of var-otu kinds Also, Fine and coars-- I’aiin Feat* Hats All of which will be sold cheap. . jtine 14 Ottttoavli tar 'A atAungUin & BALTIMORE. The public are respectfully informed tha B« Itzlriover 4c IJo’s Phenix I ine «f Splendid Buie Safety Coaches will, in future, leave \lcxandria for Washington and Baltimore at half past 7 o’clock A. M Passengers going in this hne to Ba timore, are assured there will be no detention in Washington. Pei sons wishing to go in the 2 o’clock or 10 o’clock P. M Stage from Washington to Baltimore, can secure their stats at cither of the • ipposition Stage Offices, and be sent to Washington without any extra charge Their Coaches. Horses and Hrivers, are surpassed by none. No racing allowed. Passengers will be cal led for and left wherever required, and every exertion made to please the public. For seats ph ase he particular to apply at the Oppo position Stage office, next door to C Brest’s Barber Shop, on Hoyal stieet, between King and Camt-ron street; amt at K H. Harrington’s Steam Boat Hotel, and at J. Morris’ Franklin House Hotel. Fare to Washington • • $0 25 “ to Baltimore • • 3 25 G. M. BUUCfc, Agent. Alexandria, June 8,1833 P S. I he Stage leaves the Opposition Stsge Office, adjoining Gadsby’s Hotel, W’ashmgton, every evening at 4 o’clock for Alexandria. june 8 /br LEESBURG AND WISCHESTER, through f Washington. The citizens of Alexandria respectfull) informid that the >ve Line leaves the City Hotel Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridavs, at half past 7 • ’eloex, A- M Fsre from Alex sndria to l.eesburg, $2 75t from Leesburg to Winches ter. $2 50; fare through #5 25. junt 6-tf __C A. NEWTON, Agent. ^ecBtviAca* Bank 4Vv>it8. IS TILL continue to give a fair price for the Notes of the •Mechanics’ Hank of Alexandria. 8JVM. fOl*K nroker Salad Oil. a n Baskets superior Bordeaux and for 111 aale by 141LLBR. june 22 ' Xew Teta, Sugars, Wiaea, FRUITS, &c. &c. Landing from New York, and for sale by the subscribers: 5»q/\ Chests, half chests, and boxes Gunpowder, «OtJ Imp. rial, Hyson, Y«»ung Hyson and Poucbong TEAS, fine qualities 20 beautiful lacquered caddies? Gunpowder 2 cases 2 lb leads > 1 ea 70 hogsheads New Orleans, Porto Rico and St Croix SUGARS 50 bags white Bnzil do 10 quarter casks Port "1 20 Indian barrels Rousillon 40 quarter casks Dry Malaga TWINES 5 half pipes Catalonia 40 cases Claret i It) do Muscat J 4 half pipes Seignette’s Cognac flrandv, enti tled to debenture 10 barrels Honev 50 boxes new Cheese 1 esse Vermicelli 100 bale* Cassia 10 bales Almonds 5 do Madeira Nuts 80 drums Prunes 150 do Pigs 25 do Dates SO boxes Hunch Raisins 20 boxes French Fruits in vinegar 40 do Capers aml'Olives 50 do Sicily Lemons, ip good order ^ '2 pipes fresh Lemon Juice prepared in Sicily, a new article 125 Demijohns, one, two, and five gallons 5 casks Brown Stout 90 dozen English Mustard N 1) These Goods, being imported under reduced snd abolish, d duti •* and purchased chi. fly for money, can be sold at low prices. junelO SAMUEL B- LARMOUB h Co; tirowmX faster* For sale by the Fun, Barrel, or Bushel, rflHK subscriber ha* on hand, and intends keeping 1 during the season, Ground Plaster, which will be sold at as low prices as it can be procured at in the l>is ^ jet. _ JON A JANNKV. Teas, Y*tmf Augar, Cviffefc, &c. 1(5> Cheats and half cb, stsTeas ri 18 boxes l.oaf Sugar, assorted 12 lihds Porto Rico and N O Sugar 35 hags lava and St. Domingo Coffee 6 bt*l» Jamaica do lir boxes • hoolate 20 /ihds prime New Orleans Molasses 5 casks new Rice 25 boxes best bunch Raisins 50 drums pulled Figs 10 bugs P,nuhto 10 bags F'-pper lb boxes b*>st Chewing Tobacco 8 notes Plug do 50 r- ams w r..pptng Pi,per # 20 ream - Foolscap do 1 case assorted Fancy Soap 25 b,.xe» jelli'w do 25 boxes mould and dipt Candles 15 coils white Cordage Just received and for .-.aie by mnr 27 _KKRR fc FITZIHIUG. office of (he Chesapeake <$• Ohio Canal Company, Washington, June S, 1833. 'VT’OTICF. is hereby given, tl.at an instalment of two 1^1 dollars and fifty cents per sh re, (being the 39th instalment ) o.i every share of stock in the Chesapeake andJihio Canal Company, is required to be paid on the 15*h day of August next; ami a further sum of two dollars aiul fifty cents pershare, (being the 40'h instai mm’) on the 16 h day of SepH mber next; which in stalments must be paid to the credit ol the Chesa peake and Ohio Canal Company, to the Cashier or oilier oflio. r of either of the following Bank*, via:— The Branch Bank of the United States at Washing ton. 1> C. Ba>>k of Washington,at do Patriotic < auk, do Bank of the Metropolis, do Farmers’ and Mechanics’Bank at Georgetown Bank of Alexandria at Alexandria Hank of Potomac do Farmers’ Bank of Alex’a do Hagerstown Bank in ITigerstown. Md Branch of the Valley Hank in Charlestown, Va. And the B-anch of the Valley Bank in Leesburg, Va. By order of the President and Directors: JOHN P. INGLE, Clerk Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Co. june 7—wtl6thSept_ T\m vs to give notice, Till AT the subscriber, of Alexandria County, in the District of Columbia, baa obtained from the orphan’s Court of said County, letters of administration on the personal estate of William Pascoe; late of the County aforesaid, deceased- All persons havi. g claims agtinst the said decedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber, passed by the Omhans’ Court, on or before the 18th day of June, 18 >4, or they may, by law. be excluded from all benefit to said estate; and those indebted thereto are required to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 18(1. June, 1833. JOHN JOHNSON, juue 19 Adm’r of Wm Pascoe. Tvfenvs Dollar b l*.rlLL be given for the apprehension of JAMES ▼ ▼ G. MATHERS, an indented apprentice to the Cabipet Business, who absconded on Sunday snorting last. The said Mathers (more familiarly known bv the name of Burn?) is about 19 year* of age, 5'feet b or 9 inches high, slender made, thin visage, freckled face, light brown hair, of rather sluggish carriage and •peech, with considerable self consequence. He had on when he absconded a white hat. olive close bodied coat, white pantaloon*, Ac.; but having a variety of clothing, his dresa may possibly be varied. Mathers, having a slight knowledge of the Upholstering Busi ness, may possibly tender bis service* as such. The above reward? with all reasonable expense*, will be paid for his apprehension and aecumnent. *o that I get h'tn again; and all persons are hereby fore warned against harboring or employing said boy, a« the law will be rigidly enforced against all offending. june4—tf_JAMES GREEN. JOB PRINTING . | Realty and expeditiously executed at this Of'* ‘- -- And for tali by WM. M MORRISONi REV. ihotnas H. Stockton'* Address on Ompe* ranee. A few copies for sale only. Price 18|c. june 22__ George VloupYv IS now npenimr » choice selection of FANCY AbD STAPLE GOODS, consisting in part oi Super London cloths and castimeres; men's-ummer wear; black lu tringa and poult de soie; watered and figured silks; white, pink, blue and blak saltint; paint ed muslins and calicoes; light French calicoes, very handsome; painted palroinetie; Italian crape; Cyprus and Iris gauze; cambrics; jackune a; plain and figur'd Swiss and Hook ditto; piaid muslins; ginghams; real searsuckera; pongees;'ahi*e and brown drillings; stripes for boys; one caae super soft dresaed Irish li* nenfl; super lo.igl«wns; green and whiteblond veils; figured and plain barrege ditto; linen cambric; ditto hdkt's; Bishop's lawn; white merino and cam. I'a hair shawls; beautiful assortment of fancy hdkf»; buobim ts and laces; Grecianette; mi •** lace; Hoakin and kid gloves; large assortment of cotto" hoairrv; miaaea'dit to, some very superior; Marseilles tnd ailk veatiip; *»• ble and bird eye diapers; Irish and Mussia aheetinga, bleached; black and colored listings; blue and green table cover*; colored wnd white knitting cotti n; gras* cambric for bonnets; gauze apd other ribbon*; g« loons; fine black bi.mbazette and Circassians; 6 4m.d common bombareeni; yellow and blu^ ninkccnsj nels; fancy tuck, aide ahd puff*comb*; hair bru»b» s in great vatic*'; tooth and nail ditto; bandannas, some first chop; rattinet for coach makers; hangup* and b a verteen-; tickings and domestics generally; silk and cotton umbrellas tod parasols; loundationa and wad ding; point blankets; coarse linens; cotton burls; a; low priced carpeting, very handsome; four cases s’raw bonnets; Leghorn fltta; boys' leglftm hat-; men's su perfine palm ditto, Cotton Yarn, Candlewick and Cotton Bata, constant* i_o. 4th too 8 CYitwAfcft Bennett HAS received and offer* lor sale— A few bales 37 h 28 inch stout unbleached Coltona 4 4 bleached Cotton* 9 8 and 5 4 Cotton Sheetings 34 inch Cotton «isnaburgt No 1,2,3,4 Hempen llurlapa Best Dorcheatei Bedtick*; Apron Checks Two bale* Kfigliah Shoe Thread Dark blue and W II patent Sewing Thread D >t dark blue and black auperdne Saiony Cloth Kalian Sewing Silk, real black and blue black 4, 4$ and 5 Pin*, firat quality Henvning’* genuine fir*t quality •ilurcyw Nc<# dies; W C ditto. mar25 U mill a W. H. THOMPSON & CO. HAVE received by the hutarrivals, a large and g :• ncral assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS, which thev offer lor sale upon favorable urnn>, waota SAI.K A3U HETAIL _” . FunVVvn V\ou^ Hotel, By J. MORRIS, at the comer of King*and Put streets, and recently in the ,occupancy of Mr \ Nekton 'Hiii*ell -rv'»3i*w**J k",.wn statul ha* jtiat been put in good order, and is now open for the reception of j$Ui>t*, where they can bo accommod ted in the most agree aid” manner 1 he aalubritj «’f >ts situation, nd conti guity to the busines* part ot iheto»n, and th* *• lection forihe table bein’; tl*e bed ibe market win aff.rd. en couragement by pant favor* animate* the subsciiber with renewed zeal t<> a«*ure those who wiah to nuard b» the week, month, or year, that no pHioa will be»par ed in endeavoring to pier He therefore, from »lrict attention an I moderate charges,» licit* a share of pub lic patronage. N. B Persons travelling from Alexandria to V a-di* ingtun or Baltimore, can secure tlieir seat* in B« I**• hoover's splendid Line of Him Safety Coaches, at the Bar Hours of departure, alt pa8t 7 A M , 2 P. M , snd 10 P M ' _ V nr lUu\« The Itrge and commodious ihr*e s'ory BRICK DWELLING HOU&K on »he north eatt corner ot F»i»fi*a ond Cameron street. It is in comph ie repair, and possession can be had immedia.ely. Apply to may 25_GBiJ. JOHNSON si Lo YLouae <?p IagI fur or Itoiit. 1 he subscriber offer* ‘or sale or rei t hit HOUSE 4- HALF ACRE LO'l% jii at theiutersection ol Washington and rono _ko-streets.iif wlwchhe now resides •^Tl-lswtf_EDMUND 1 IKE. To Wont, MThst pieasmtly situated HOUSE on Jones’ Point, to which will be attached sufficient ground arden To a person of correct habits, 1 will I rent it on reasonable terms. may U JilSIAH H DAVIS. “I To^Leut, MA small HOUSE or two, at low rert JOS1AH H. D t VIS. | loap Rosin, just received t*en»j barrels* als* com mon Rosin snd Pitch._n**l' ** \V\ndtro df\ Boxes Window G'i«s, Northern manufacture, OU from 8 X 10 to 12 X 18. at moderate prices Marbles, in ba^s, loOOeach. Looking Glass platesj Pipes in boxes 60 doxen Glas Knoos, will be sold low to clo 1 set very rich cut Glassware. *45 With an assortment Liverpool liming ?eta, and other goo<ls in my line. _H. H. MII.LEW. ¥t&b\ta JfoUt®. Mtf CH ARLES FLETCHER, one of the late firm of Fletcher ts* Dement, having assigned to me in trust, for certain purposes in the assignment aloresaid expressed, sundry Promissory Note* sod Book Ac* counts—Notice is then fore hereoy given to all ;per* 'I«Ob. prop*. officer for collection. r„R NBALE.Tniaee. may 33—w6w__ — —* .VuVuiPga. 1 k Co. ■iawammsaHMiHaMMaili