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(i Fait ce qu'U faiU, arrive ce qu’il pound/’ 'f&h* 33SW. DIOEIUMKr SBB8KBE13EEVS* KSBH S» 2888. RVIT gKK&X83 m JE£-Sf®. 3414. ALEXANDRIA FSBtfIX GAZETTE PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDC.tR SNOWDEN, nr annum, payable half yearly. llEZlVDaiA GAZETTE (fOR THE COUNTRYJ IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, M annum. payable in advance. Trrms of Advertising: All advertisements published in the Daily paper ap pear in the Country paper. tdvertiaements neatly and conspicuously inserted at !hente of one dollar per square for the fir»t three in leraons, and twenty-five cents for every subs' qienl insertion.* A reasonable deduction will be made in ibe cue of yearly advertisers. For Amsterdam. tfiw T^e coPPereJ >l*ip HULL, Knox, master, VjgDivill Mil early in September, and take 50 hogs Jla^'obacco or light freight. Apply to 27__W. FOWLE k Co_ Hi Amsterdam. The Brig BELFIOERA. Fletcher, master, Jljjjjgwill be ready to receive cargo in a few days, and uke luO bog-heads on freight. Apply to ,ug 2J_KDWD DAINGKKF1KLD. •VaUt. jAi» Casks Nails, aborted sixes, landing from 1110 schooner Velocity, for sale by auy 27*_W. FitWLE 13* Co. tuo On Bigi prime Itio Coffee, just received and for ?HI»akby S MESSEKSMITfl. tug 27 4 iU\i t Hempen Bags, a good article, just receiv td and for sal** bv «Mf 27____ ' S. MES3EnSMnTI. ‘ iiYasswave. JUST received, per schooner Velocity from Bos ton, 24 packages cut, plain and pressed Glassware 10 gross best q tar* l*or*tr Bottle* 48 ** 1 gallon iKm'jjhus 24 " 2 gallon do Mg 27 HIGH C. SMITH. \Yoo\s unt\ ^\vot8. 4 D. HAli'JOS has just received by schr. Vt-lo .1 • locitv, and is opening at bis new Store. ad|<iin iiig Jonathan Butcher** Hardware Store, and two doors 0 )ve his old stand, a further supply of HOOTS and SHOES\ drect from the MauuLciurti's and suitable for the sea son- Among which, are U.ntle,''cii’s tine shoes and bootees, nailed and sewed Do fine nailed boots, s good aricle l adies* and misses' leather, morocco, and kid slip >cft Children's leather shoes and bootees All cf which are offered, wholesale ana retail, on the mat accommodating lerina. aug 27 CUYoulwe Tut»lY\ L'asYfc, PEPPERMINT Loaei>ges, Mexican Black Lead (a superior article,) just rectived and for sale bv 8 .to 27 WILLIAM STABLER^ T\\ti YYwustt te Lul, Cl MINER of Cameron and Fairfax streets, is still for I rent. Inquire of Miss Betaty Herbert, or GEO. JOHNSON Who uflVrs for sale his RIDISG HGRSR, well 4'iown as a fine ladies' porey- aug 26 vvauoa. UJK h.ve on hand two fine Pianos, which wc would sell at reduced prices GEO JOHNSON k Co. Wale* Cfttl. IHAVK for sale an excellent Water Cart and Cask, complete, nearly new. aujj-J GEO WHITE. MoYwaata. m Hotheads prime Metalling Molasses, landing it* tr» u schooner Alexandria, and for tale by Jtl’< U_STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’a wharf ‘ Sborla tic bran, pOR sale in lots to suit purchasers * «i£lO W If- MILLER i I'Yasler ot Vatis. • 4o)l\ Tom, the cargo of British Brig George Hen a -w* f ry, from Halifax, for sale by »mt 6 , W FOWI.E & Co . (sunpo'N&tMr Tea J jlalf Chesta Gunpowder Tea, of euperior quality, * j“st received and for sale by *«r6 s. mf.ssersmitwl^ CYkth^Yng Tobacco. 6) d Kegs Twist, 12’s 3 do do 16’s 16 boxes plug, 16’s • do do 8's Just received from the manufactory of Wm. Gray fc ^-•late Gray St Paakcy, and foe sale by mg 3W. H. MILLER. Wqq\. highest market price will be paid for WOOL, * either washed or in the dirt, by mg S9. M St 8. H. JANNET. M ¥cr bent, The convenient and comfortable BRICK KLmmHOUSE os King street, lately occupied by Mr "*•*^1 Ciagett. It will be put in good order. ^juf 6 _ A. C. CAZENOVB Cf Co. To ltaut, A small sized HOUSE in the neighborhood ol ^ftgood water, north of the residence of Samuel B Un»*ur. JQ31AH U. DAVIS. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE. LONDON POLICE. Ihjuaai of a Large Fare.—Mr. Cole, a medi cal gentleman, appeared to ask the assistance of the Lord Mayor under the following circumstan ces of hardship: The learned gentleman caused a great deal of merriment, which sprung in a great measure from the excellent temper with which he gave the his tory of his calamity. To all appearance the doc tor was about thirty stone weight. »* I atn come, my Lord, to complain to you of the very unreasonable conduct of the oinnibua conductor and driver,” said the doctor. I live in the Edgeware road, and find it necessary to get into an omnibus to come to and return from town. Of late, however, the coachmen, and con ductors, the moment 1 hail them, shake their heads and drive on, saying—‘ No, no, you wont do for me.”—[Great laughter.]—They object to my size, I suppose, but 1 am not in a condition to remedy (hat, and therefore if they have me at all they must have me as 1 am.” (Laoghter.) The Lord Mayor: I am afraid. Doctor, that I can’t compel them to have you; and, to say the truth, I think their objection is a very reasonable one. Put the matter in this way:—An omnibus is licensed to carry 14 persons inside. Now sup pose 14 men of your size were to demand admis sion, would you like to be a passenger? Doctor Cole.—Not to^ny means, 1 assure you, for I 3m convinced d^Bwe should not be at ail comfortable in such^j^Bier as this. They pro posed to me to pay d|Ve price, but I am only one person, ami I ihoJ^it that the act of parlta UJ lit jlll'lt VtVV lllt« The Lord Mayor^-The drivers need not take any one they do not Taney. It was but the other day a drunken fellow wanted to force his way in to an omnibus, and I lined him. Now I should think the passengers would have as great an ob jection to you as the drivers, and therefore, un til you reduce your weight, you cau’t expect ac commodation Irom Paddington to the Bank (or sixpence. (Laughter.) Doctor Cole (casting his eyes round himself). To reduce this bulk would be a difficult thing.— It is iti'possible. The Lord Mayor.—I’ll tell you how—walk. Doctor Cole.—Walk! walk from Paddington to the Bank!—(Loud Laughter.) The Lord Mayor—Thai’s a certain remedy for obesity. It Daniel Lambert had carried the box in which he travelled, he would not have been such a spectacle. Doctor Cole.—It is not an easy matter for a man upwards of 50 years of age to walk any considerable distance. 1 am a medical man, and 1 should nut in such a case recommenced vio lent walking. The Lord Mayor.—You mean you wouldn’t practice it. Doctor. (A laugh.) Doctor Cole.—I am also aware of the usual method of reducing jockeys and fighting men, but: I shouldn’t fancy that system. 1 know the re duction of weight by such means is ruinous to the constitution, not to say a word of the incon venient nature of the process to a man like me. The Lord May or. —I wish I could render you a service. Doctor. You bear all these things, it appears to me, with an excellent temper. Dvictor Cole.—Certainly I do; I enjoy the re fusal of the conductor as much as the passengers do. The moment the door is open the passen gers cry out, "Oh, we’ve no room here; you imi&f (rut t\ (imnihiiti for v-niii-tplf.” 11 .RU»ll ter. ^ The coachman cries, “I told you before, Jack, that we could’ut take in that load uuder double price,” and the conductor alama the door and nays “all right,” leaving me inJhe middle of the road in a roar of laughter. The Lord Mayor declared that he never saw so fai'h!ul an illustration of the old saying, “ laugh and grow fat,” and repeated liis prescription of walking, but without the sligh'eat effect upon the Doctor, who disturbed the whole room by walk ing out of it. | /wm Sacks factory filled Blown Salt 1IKJU 20 ton* best Orrrll Coal On board Brie Uelvidera. from Liverpool, for sale by ,ug 23 EDW’D. DA1NGEKFIELD. | H Hogsheads Porto Rico Sugar 1 \ * 5 barrels 1'amarinda Landing from schooner Virginia, and for sale by »ug23 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney** wbarf. 4I\ B°XKS Cheese, landing from achr. President, * this morning, and for sale by aug26 STEPHEN SHINN, Jtnney*a wharf. Window iHaa» and FuTnarea. BOXES Windsor Glass, 8X10 and 10X12 ! Cooking Furnaces, assorted siso* and kinds A few pound Cake Moulds Quart and Pint Porter Bottles jy is _ ROBERT H. MILLER j*?egYoea Wanted AGENTLEM \N from the South wishes to pur chase 40 or 50 effective Slaves, of good charac ter. for his own service, and among them it is desirable to have s blacksmith, carpenter, coachmaa, and a i man cook. His address is with the Editor. jy 18—tf [Wat lot.]_ My Ttoudet, PORTRAIT 4- MINIATURE PAINTER, At the corner of Fairfax and King streets, ALEXANDRIA, D. C. SOf 1—tf SALES AT AUCTION. BY GEORGE WHITE. Notice. UNDER the authority of a Decree of the Superior Court of Chancery, holden at Staunton on the 15th day of July, 1829, in a suit therein pending between John K. Hayden, administrator with the will an-' xened of Benjamin Beeler, Junior, deceased, and otheis, Plaintiffs, inn > Mary Hollingsworth, executrix of Frances Hol lingsworth, deceased, who was executrix of Jane liolhngsworpi, deceased, Ike. Defendants,^ The subscriber will offer for salet at public auction, an Friday, the 23d day of August next, the following VALUABLE PROPERTY-that is to sav: * ' 1. The BRICK TENEMENT & ggjMl.OT OF GROUND on the west side of iilK Fairfax atreet, between Prince and Duke _streets, formerly occupied by Evxn P. Taylor as a coach-makei’s shop; and (he Ground be tween the north gable wall of the aaid tenement and the line of the lot lately occupied by Nicholas Mings toil—in front on Fail fax street 55 feet, more or less; in lepth 123 feet 5 inches 2. The VACANT LOT adjoining the aaid nick tenement on the south, extending to Reuben lohnson’s line; in front 18 feet, more or less; in depth 123 feet 5 inches. 3. A RENT IN FEE of £4 10s 1 Id, Vir ;inis currency, charged on a lot 14 feet 6 inches in firout, adjoining No 1 on the south, being part of the lot Formerly occuoied bi Nicholas Kingston •4. Three VACANT LOTS, 28 feet 5 inches n front each, in depth 123 5, on the east side of Royal >treet, between Prince and Dnke street* The sale will begin at 5 o’clock, P, M , in front of the brick tenement on Fairfax street. One third of liu mirnkoen m.inri< kn Kp rittii! Ill ihp residue ill three equal instalments of 3, 6, and 9 months, with in terest from the dry of sale. For the deferred pay ments, bonds, with jjood security, will be required, jv 23—dt» It. 1. TAYLOU, Commissioner. ^7* The above sale is postponed till MON DAY, the 7th October, at 4 o'clock, P M aug V'9 Diftlrlot of CoAumtna, Alexandria County, Set. May Term, 1833. Lydia Pancoast and others, Com-"") plainants. -. ) AciAissT yiN (HANCERT Lydia Nickol's and William Pig- | gottund others, Defendants, J ON tiic oetition of Lydia Pancoast, Joshua Pa coast, Jldcn Di Ion and Ann his wife, late Anna Pan coast,- Isaac iMckoils, William Niikolls, Levi 'lute and Edith his w'fc, ltie Edith Niekotls; Aina Rickolls. John yicholis, Tit Hum yickotls, son of Samuel; Wil hum Hogue, J shuu Gregg and Lydia his wife, late l.y dia Hogue; Joshua Ilogue, Eiwood Hogue, Abner Gregg and Mary his ufe lute Mary Hatcher; Isaac Hatcher, IVillium Spencir and Surah his wife late i-arah Hatch er; Sinithcr yicholis aud Rebecca his wife, late Rebecca Hutcher; l)ar:d Young and Elizabeth his wife, late Eli zabeth Hu cher; James flue1 her, Edith Hatcher, George Towner. James Tovener, Elijah James and Sarah h:s wife, late Sarah ’lavener-, Jiquiia Cohugan and Mary his wife, late Mary lavener-, Richard lutener. Lewis 'Ibrrison and Catharine his wife, lute Catharine Tuven ers Jonah Tavener, William Tavener, Jonathan Taven er and Samuel Tacene> -, James Rickolls, Samuel Rick oils, and Joshua Rick-ills-, <1 ilson Gibson and Empsey his wfe, late Empsey Hatcher\ Caleb Rector and Mury his wife, lute Mury Hutcher; IVillium Seat on, Thomas Hatcher, William Hutcher, Isaac Piggott and Rebecca his wife, tale Rebecca Hutcher, Jonah Hatcher and Jo shua IIatcher\ settu-g until that Isaac Nickolls the el der, now di ceaseu, was, in bis life time, and at the lime of his death, seised in fee simple of certain tene ments and lots of ground in the town of Alexandria, described in a schedule filed with the said petitioni and that, having departed (hi* life intestate, the same tn il>« n*iiii>ini>r, unrt I \ ilm NirkrilU. nr insane person, (William Piggott her committee,) Wil liam piggott and Mary his wife, late Mary NickolU; Eli Nickolls, Thomas NickolU and William NickolU; John Ilogue, Solomon Hogue, William Ilogue, aon o! George? Susan Ilogue, Elisabeth Hogue, Joshui Hogue, aon of Jesse? George Ilogue, Mary Ilogue, Heuley Ilogue, and Lydia Ann Ilogue? Jonah Taven er, William Tavener, Jonathan Tavener, and Samue Tavener; Catharine NickolU, Jonah Nickolla. Nancy NickolU, Mary Ann NickolU, Nathan W. Nickolla, Eli lizubeth S. Nickolla. John E Nickolla, and Louisa P Nickolls? Gourley It. Hatcher, Amanda M. Hatcher, and Ann V. Hatcher, hit heirs at law, and that the divi dei.da of each of the aaid heir* in the said tenement! and lots is not of the value of one hundred dollars? anc pray ing that the said tenements and lots, fur the inter est the said Isaac held therein, may be decreed to b< •old, and that the money to arise from the said sab may be distributed among hit heirs:—Audit furthei appearing to the Court, that the aaid Lydia Nickolls (by William Piggott, h<.r committee) William Piggot and Mary his wife, late Mary Nickolls? Eli NickolU Thomas Nickolls, and Wil'ism Nickolls? John Hogue Solomon Hogue, William Hogue, son of (.corgi? Su •an Hogue, Elizabeth Hogue, 'oshua Hogue,son of Jea lae? George Hogue, Mary Hogue, Henley Hogue, ant Lydia Ann Hogue; Jonah Tavener, Wiliam Tavener Jonathan Tavener, and Samuel Tavener? Cathariiu NickolU, Jonah Nickolls, Nancy Nickolla, Mary Am NickolU, Nathan W NiekoH*. Elisabeth S. Nickolls, John B. Nickolla, and Louiaa P. Nickolls? Gourley H Hatcher, Amanda M. Hate bee, and Ann V. Hatcher are not inhabitants of the District of Columbia? it u therefore ORDERED, That the said parties last mentionec do appear here on the first day of the next Term, anc ■hew cause, if say they can, why the aaid salt and dia tribution should not be decreed as prai ed? and that i copy of this Order be published eight weeks succes lively in the Alexandria Country Gazette. A copy—Teste, ' EDM. I. LEE, C. C. jy 2- eo8w Notice. Custom Housk, Alkxawdria, ? . Collector*» Office. 12th August. 1833. 5 NOTICE is hereby given, that the Light Boat sta tioned at Cedar Point, in the River Potomac, will be removed on or about the 15th of September from hei station, in order to be repaired. GEO. BRENT, Superintendent. mg 13—d!5thSap to. PoiUt’ft &MulnaYj. THE Seventh Session of Mrs. Porter's Seminanr for Young Ladies will commence on the ninth of Sep* temtgr, Mrs Porter gratefully acknowledges the steady pa tronsge of the early friends of her Institution, and the confidence evidenced by the increased number of pu pils, encourages her to renew the assurance that every advantage necessary to the attainment of a liberal edu cation, founded on a strict adherence to moral and re ligious obligation V’wiH continue to distinguish her ef forts, for the instruction of a most interesting and im portant portion of the community Board and Tuition in all the branches of English in struction, one hundred and fifty dollars per year of for ty-eight weeks, payable quarterly in advance. Tuition for day scholara, according to the class in which they rank, from four to eight dollars per term of twelve weeks. Music on Piano, Harp and Guitar • $18 00 Drawing, Landscape and Flower Painting in Oils, tic. • • • 6 00 Wax Work, Transferring, Shell Work and Chinese do. ^ * • • 5 00 Velvet Painting, in oil and water colors 5 00 Latin, French, Italian and Spanish, each 6 00 Lectures on Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and As* tronomy, illustrated by various experiments Escli Hoarder must be provided with a single hair mattress, or bed and bedstead, and necessary beddingi a silver tumbler, a table and tea spoon. A uniform is worn, of blue gingham during the week, and on Sun day a while dress, with blue belt. A straw bonnet, with blue ribbons in summer, and crimson in winter. Mr*. Porter invites the personal attendance of all who with information upon the course of instruction and discipline pursued in this Institution! and to those whose remote residence prohibits this inspection, in formation will be accorded in a printed form on appli cation to the Seminary, corner of Duke and Washing ton streets, Alexandria. REFER TO Hev. Huel Keith, rheological Seminary, Va. ltev. Kilward l.ippilt, do ltev. C. Mann, Alexandria. John Roberts, Esq. do Bernard Moot, do A. C. Cazenove & Co. do W. Fowle do I. P. Thompson do T. Fairfax do « Edgar Snowden do e* It. B. Mason. do J. L. McKenna do Benjamin tlallowell do Hon. Levi Woodbury, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, l) C. Commodore Rodgers, Navy Commissioner, do »* Charles Morris do Colonel Bomford do Caleb fcj* Seston do Hun Daniel Webster, Massachusetts ltev Wm Jackson, New York * Gen George Rust, Virginia llenrv Turner, Virginia l)r. It. Bildwin, Winchester, Va. jy 9—3tawtf JUST received, a fresh supply of Landreth's Gar den Seeds, suitable for the present and approach •mg season; among which are, of CABBAGE, early york, iarge york, sugar loaf, flat Dutch. Bergen, drum head, drumhead savoy, and curled savoy; of CAULl FLOWER, early and late, of BROCCOLI, purple cape, sulphur, and white; of LE T'FUCE, white cos, green cos, royal cabbage, early cabbage, and early curled: of TURRIT. early Dutch and red top: also. GERMAN KALE or BORECOLE, SEINACH, prickly, for winter, Ac- On hand, a variety of otliei Seeds from Landreth's Establishment. As the seeds which become too old to vegetate are uniformly returned to the proprietors in Philadelphia, those which remain for sale are always fresh. WM STABLER. Subscription - received for landreth’s Plural Mags tin-. (Warrentou Spectator)_8 mo 23_ JUST received from Philadelphia, the following, vix 10 reams demy No- 2 4 do folio post, Arnica’ 6 do do do Kelly 1 50 do foolscap, various qualities 30 do do fine blue wrapping, suitable foi packing candles, Ac. 60 do quarto post, Robeson’s, and Gilpin’s plait and hot pressed 109 do best crown sixe tow wrapping paper 100 do “ atraw paper, double aixe 100 do * - do do foolscap do 30 groce pasteboards, heavy quality 6 reams printing paper, royal and medium, tint quality 20 reams thin tough envelope, large •'** _,v 1 For sale by_ K. KENNEDY I VkVa Va to £\ve XotVco, THAT the subscribers have obtained from the Or phans’ Court of the County of Atexandna letter, of administration on the esUte of Tjomaa Semmea, late of the said County, deceased. All persons having 1 claims against said dceedeet are hereby warned to ex hibit the same, with the vouchers annexed, on or be the 13th day of August, 1834. or they may, by be excluded from .R benefit of said estate, and those indebted thereto are requ.red to make tmtnedh at. payment f J PMTB, »uf 13—3taw2w__ Executors. w-p The undersigned herebj authorize Tho liiiuixu. son of the ute Doctor Semmes, to collect and wive receipts for all monies due the testator. 6 B IIOOE, S Aftl’i .1, POTTS, Executors of Doctor ihoroai Seramex. aug 18—3tawfw TH B highest market price trill be given for Wheat, t1 *"•* w. H. MILLER. Fut Heat oir NINE HUNDRED ACRES, or about two-thirds of that fertile and wet* known Ann called WEST QROVR, the property of the heirs of the late Oil. A. I. Smith. Of . throe hundred and fifty acrrs «ere redeem* cd from the river, by k dike constructed of earth and Givel drawn from (be hills. About a third of this lea en cleared and put in cultivation. The soil is a ve getable mould, five or six feet in depth- ofooone easy of cultivation, and not to bo surpassed in fertility- It is thought to be well adapted to the growth of tobacco of the finest tort—this, however, would be worth the consideration of planter*. Could it be rented to a to* bacco grower, the owner would ereet such hnean as might be deemed necessary for the bnssaam. The ‘ other portion of the land has been ditched and fenced with great care and expense, and has meadow* of ve ry considerable extent, well taken with timothy. No land it better adapted to the production of gcu* than this Farm. The whole nine hundred tore* will be rented or sold altogether, or divided into several Farms to suit pur* chasers or tenants. If long leases could be effected, very advantageous terms might be obtained. The Farm has several substantial houses on it now, and others would be built if it could be made an object. A SHAD FISHERY, with all acconnoda« lions for laborers and the curing offish, b*s been made on that part of the river bordering the reclaimed And, and will he rented with the land or separately. Also, A HOUSE & LOT, containing two Acre*, just without the corporate limits ol Alexandria, but in that part of the town called the Village. The house is comfortable, and the garden is an early one. The lot has good water and fruit on it- Abo, Another TWO ACRE LOT, lying upon the Great Hunting Creek, and including the Bridge-house< a portion of which ia now in the occupation of Mr C. Murray. For terms apply to sug I—tf _T. W- HEWITT. •nttum m\\ & Vhfc Banks ol ikn DEE-FOB SALE I WISH to sell or exchange the above Farina for mountain or limestone land. They are situated on the Potomac River, in Charles County, Maryland. 36 miles below Alexandria by land, and 90 by water tMI ION HILL contains five hundred Acre* of Land, and ia beautifully situated about a mile from the river The House, which stands on an eminent hill in the centra m, with a commanding view of the river end the adjacent country as far as the eye can reach, is Urge and spacious, containing four rooms and a Urge passage on the lower floor, with a kitchen, pantry and closets attached, all tastefully arranged, and in tho* rough repair: The soil is first rate, and well adapted to the growth of the best Maryland Tobacco. This Farm is nut more than one-half cleared i the remain derisin Hickory,'Oak, Cedar, Pine, &c Foreligibi* lity of situation, beauty of prospect, and local advantv ges, this Farm is equalled by few and excelled by none THE BANKS OF THE DEE contains One Thousand Acres of land or upwards, (the exact quan* tity is not ascertained.) It lies indirectly between Milton Hill an I the river. This Farm ia bounded or three sides by water, so that a short fence endoaes the whole Farm. The soil, though good, can be made, at lit'le or no expense, of the greatest fertility by the tp* plication of set-ore, of which masses float up daily tip* or. its shores. Its locality renders an easy access to the luxuries of the water—which abound in Fisb, dye* ters, and ip their season Wild Fowl. To the sportsman this place holds out the most pleasing inducement— tlut of (.hooting on the wing—for whicn it is not excel* led by any farm on the river. To say nothing of the vatious other inducements and advantages these Farms possess, such as water cam* age, the choice of markets, the access to steamboats^ &c.fc.c I shall only add that they are pleasantly situated in an agreeable, genteel and social neighborhood, and within two miles of public worship. As I am deter* ^ mined to sell, I invite those who wish to purchase to see me at Milton Hill, assuring the ro a great bargain may be bought, and any length of credit given, upon a small portion of the purchase money being paid in baud, the debt satisfactorily secured, and the interest paidsnuually- THO. H. BUCKNER, Harris' Lot P. 0., Charles County, Md. jy 23—2m __ To the Oteol ¥a\\a. Tha Canal 'Packet Boat 100 OR OE _'WASHING T O A' bat commence t nvr regular tnps, on Tuead*)* and Friday a, for the Great Falla or Crommelin. starting ; from Frederick Street Bridge (Georgetown) at 8 o’, clock, A. M.. and returning the aawe day at or before •unset. Fare to and from Crommelin, 50 cents. The Canal is now in fine order, sad the country jpre* sent* a beautiful appearance. To those who are fond . of s short excursion, and desire a short relaxation from business, a trip to the Great Falls offers a most delight* 1 ful tre*t . , , . parties, on any other days of the week, can be accommodated, by giving a short notice or spplica* tiontotbe proprietor, living on Third street, George* lown Z. M. OFFUTT. aug 5—tf OPPOSITION For Wa&Yiington$ Baltimore. Phenix Line of Blue Safety Coaches. For Seats in Beltzhoover & jCa’i splendid new blue English built Coach, built expressly to run 'between Alexandria and Washing ton City, please be particular to apply at tbe Opposi tion Stage Office, Royal street, a few doors south of Newton's Hotel, adjoining Breast’aBarber Shop; and at Richard 11. Harrington’* Steam Bi«t llotel, on Uni on street, near the wharf. Hours of Departure: i past 7 o’clock, A M. for Washington and Baltimore 12 o’clock, M. for Bahim.-re 5 o’clock, P. X for Washington Hours of Departure from H ashinglont 9 A. iTfor Alexandria Few seats app^y tf it* Opposition Blue Line Stage Office, G*dtf»’.HoUUM>B(jK M BllUCE( A^nt. p « Persona wishing to Uke a morning nde, can at 7*oXSck. andieturn by iff. aug 24—If- - JOB PRINTING Expeditiously executed at the Gazette Office.