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“FaitceqiM fcuU, arrive ce qu'il pourra.” rvi* ssaaaag. :k&xe>at u®mTjs?c» rowBTSi «» os&s. srair <™™™« v®®. ses-st®. mm. PflSHIX GAZETTE PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDGAR SNOWDEN, p £<3 per annum, payable half yearly. algxavoria GAZETTE (fOR THE COUSTRYJ is PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON ri’ESO\Y, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, p 1^5 per annum, payable in advance. Tirms of Advertising: \; •••( s^msnt* neatly and conspicuously inserted at •v r.te of oae dollar per aquare for the first three in sertiuoa, and twenty-five cents for every subst quent .<r,j,n. ' reasonable deduction will be made in The case of yearly advert uteri \li advertisements published in the Daily paper ap nr .n the Country paper # FOR BOSTON* The regular packet schooner VELO j^dLClTY, Hammond, master, will be ready tor cargo in a few day*. For freight apply to the rii«ter on board, at Central Wharf, or to nov 28 WM. FOW LE & Co. t or \ioalim. if? The packet schooner XEfY-YORK, Smith, m,»trr. will have despatch For freight apply to tu-- muter on board, at Central Wharf, or to nov a W: FOWLE fc Co. \Yn»\uug\ou&*\\e\fiuAria Boat The Steamboat ESSEX will leave > ALFX\M*HI \ at 8J, 11. and _ii o'clock —WASHINGTON at ’*4, 1.’, and 4 o’clock—tdr the remainder of the season. HOT 30_PKTElt JONES, Master. C H A RCOAL BOILER PLATE I RON. \ SUPPLY ot the above article, which is ve ri superior to the common Roller Plate Iron, now on hand, and will constantly be kept by the tuthrriberi, who will sell it wholesale at factory price*. They will also get orders for any parti cular size Charcoal ur common Boiler Plate Iron executed in a reasonable time, on application tu no* 28 A C. CAZKNOVE & Co. BOSTON BEEF, &c AA RBL,S “ Winchester’s*’ No. 1 Beef wlr 10 hhds New England Rum 15 boxes Lemons. Received per Velo city, from Boston, for sale by no* 28 WM. FOWLE & Co. GOSHEN CHEESE. LBS. Prime Goshen Cheese, just *wVw received and for sale by iov2S WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. teas'. YOUNG Hyson, in chests, and halt chests; Gunpowder, in chests, half chests and catty joxes; Imperial, in hail chesta and ratty boxes; 'oucliong and Powthong, in half chests and catty wxes—TEAS, of superior quality, for sale by _u^ 8 S. MESSERSMim CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES. VI). HARMON has just received, by schre. • New York and Velocity, from Boston, aid direct from the manufacturer's, an additional iup|i!y of Coarse and Fine BOOTS, BOOTEES, nil XdlOES, of every variety, auitabie for the •'«on; which are offered cheap, either wholesale r retail. nov 98 COFFEES. HIO, Ltguira, Java, and old White Coffee, lor sale by - <*-29 S. MESSERsMITH. Notice. T'lS subscribers, intending a removal from Alexan dra to New York in ihe course of a very short '<b«, have to ask the favor of all persons indebted :° <hen» to csll siul settle their respective accounts, as rir business must be brought to a speedy close. 1 —dlf J \S McKKNZIB iff Co. sMuacovaAo Augarft, $*c. 10 »«*"■ iv noginthn w. e. uum 20 boxes Oranges 50 tun* Plaster of Paris derived per schooner New York, for sale by ,v " W. FOWLB U CO. bhtit bags, (all sizes) just received fVom the Phot . nix Shot l ower Company of Baltimore, lor nov 27 S MB9SEKSMI1H. „ Fresh Teas. )*-hcsCa prime Young Hyson Tea ■ tss-stwo pound cannisters Gunpowder do s T chests Powchong (in half pouod papers) « ir ved and fur sale by *■» _ CLAGBTT W PAGE. UTo Fiahermeu. h have received for sale— ^000 lbs prime Cork Wood 500 do Cotton Seine Twine (best quality) * an assortment of Cordage. V’T.:^_CLAGBTT h PAGE. Ink, Q,vxU\a, S ,l Black Writing and Itecord Ink, in quart, *'!***» half pint, ana smaller bottles. Ink in vials. s'; " ‘A from No 6 to 80, from the manufactory of ryUkCo. Philadelphia. 1 e»* Steel Pens, Ink Powder, Wafers and Ink Just received and for ante by _AUGUSTUS JACOB3. hucuir W hee\N«Y\ght H V re****d to the House on St Asaph street, > - “clweei» King and Prince streets, formerly occu- ‘ r.„ I T, E- Hason, Ksu. where he can be found. ; ,0t vlV.Nwtf PHY COOPS. W Mhlsgton T. Harder HAS received, by the New York and Philadelphia packet* and ia now opening, a large and general assortment of FALL AND WINTER STAPLE Sr FAN* CY DRY GOODS. Bought principally for money, he ia enabled to offer them to his customers sad the public generally at low, by the piece or yard, as any house in Washington or Alexandria; which ia selling at a small profit His as sortment consists in part of the following article* which will be kept up by frequent receipt* viz: Woollens: Blue, black, brown, invisible green, mulberry, olive and grey cloths Double milled snd corded cttshoeres Fine blsck ditto for vests Cassinetts all colors, some vary low priced Petershams, flushing* kerseys aad plains 8-4,9-4, 10-4,11-4, 18-4 and 13-4 rose blankets Point, striped and fancy end ditto, large and good FUnnels, white and colored, a*l wool; figured do Figured and plain baises and frieze Tiain and striped linseys Merino wool shirts and Guernsey frocks A Urge quantity woollen comforts; cloth caps Colored and white super Saxony and common yarn and worsted Cotton cord* hangups and besverteens Heal goat's hair camhlets; common do Men's white and colored lamb’s wool hose Country knit half hose j Ladies' black, slate, fancy snd plain colored wor sted hose Miases’ do do do do do do Children's white, scarlet snd red socks 8i stock’gs Cloth piano, table and stand covers; toilets Hearth rugs and sheepskin mats Merinos: 6-4 brown, aioronn, green, purple, crimson and scarlet, blue and bUck real French merino* 6-4 do do do, English, good imitation 3-4 do do do do Circassians and bombazetts, all colors; tartan plaids Superfine and common French and English bom* bazines; Pongees, unusually low Silk Velvets: Blue, black, moroon, crimson & green silk velvet* Super figured and black do for vetting Silks. 25 pieces handsome staple col'd gros de naps Black, white and col'd watered and plain do 6 pieces rich colored poult de soie Black and blue blsek gro« de swiss First quality Matteoni's bl'k Italian lustring Italian and English do do 4-4 black Italian and India silks Super white, pink, blue, orange, black and other colored satins ' Double and single florences, all colors Veils: White, green and black blond and bobinet veil* Green figured barrege do do Green and black barrege for veils Black bobinet do do Blue black crape for ditto, wide and handsome Crapes: White, black and colored French crapes Crape lisse; wide and narrow hat crape Fancy Handkerchiefs—a splendid assortment: Blond, Hrrnani, gros de nap, Polyneae, poplin, embroidered, figured silk, crape, silk, muslin pause, pahnyrine, embroidered and plain Thi bet, merino, cashmere, Prussian and other fan cy handkerchiefs With a great variety of eotton hdkfs Hem stitched, plain white and colored bordered linen cambric hdkfs Bandanna, Spittalfield, pongee, flag and company hdkfs; super black Italian and Levantine do Shawls: Merino. Cashmere, Thibet. Bragansa, Prussian, cloth ar.d winter shawls Laces and Edgings: Thread and bobinet laces and edgings Cambric and bobinet insertions Muslins: 4-4 figured Grecian nett, a new article t 4-4 plain do Book, Swiss, mull, jaconet, cross-barred, figured and plain muslins White and colored cambrics White end colored cravats; bonnet ctmbric Silk and Cotton Hosiery: White, black and colored English and French silk hose and half hose 5 thread cetton hose, a superior article » ith a variety of ladies* and mitaea’ common hose Gloves: LJUllcv ftuprr wimc »iiu wiwiwi »iu ivng and abort Ladies’ common do do do, large size White and black silk gloves Ladiea’ fur’d end and lined glovea Misses’ York tan, kid and woollen gloves Long mitt* for misses Gentlemen’s white and black kid, beaver, buck, dog skin, chamois, Woodstock, Berlin and woollen gloves Ilair top’d and lined gloves, a superior article for travelling Gentlemen’s stocks, stiffeners, foundations, col* lani and bosoms Suspenders: Gum elastic, patent rollers, cotton, and a quantity of other suspenders Ribbons: 50 sets handsome bonnet ribbons; cap do Lustring ribbohs, all colors, from No. 2 to 22 200 pieces David’s black galloons Black white and crimson, (k other eol'd cotton do A superior assortment watered si<k, velvet, figur ed and other beltings Bound and flat silk and worsted braids, cords and laces Linens: Soft dressed Irish linens, some very fine Irish sheeting Bird’s eye damask, Russia and cotton diapers Brown Holland) crash for toweling Long lawn and linen cambrics; imitation do White and colored corded akirts; carpet binding Umbrellas: Black silk, superior Aniahed, new style umbrella# Common umbrellas A large quantity cotton do, low priced Pins, fyc. Superior flat beads, sharp points and London pins A quantity common pins Black and white small pins, first quality Black and white hooks And eyes Sewing Cotton: Mitchell's first quality 900 yds spool cotton Large quantity white and eol'd ball do Caticoee and Qingkunu A large quantity fashionable style, black grounded Cilioof Super French ehinta* Ginghams, black and eol'd * Mourning calicoes A large quantity ninepotmy calicoes Domeetke: Penitentiary and other plaids and stripes Bed ticks and apron checks Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels 6-4,5-4, 4-4, 9-4 bleached and unbleached sheet ings aad shirtings Linent: Burlaps No. 1,3,3 an.l 4 Scotch oznaburgs* paddings* Russia theelinga With a great variety of other articles uvially to be met with in a Dry Gwda 8tore; all of which he will sell at low price** for cash or to punctual customers. He has made such arrangements at the North as will enable him to furnish such articles in his line as may be desired by bis customers, which cannot be procured in town, upon leaving a description of the aam« with him to be sent for. oct 5—3m Uwi. A. UvtugU HAS received a very general assortment of FALL GOODS, viz: Cloths and csssimrrrt Super and common sattinctis Plsid and plain iinseva Kose and point bl*n'..etn Woolen fl Hnnrl^ Canton do Plain and figured biizc* Counterpanes, wlct- a ul c 5 >red Peterslwrm. flu* mgs an . Kcrjiys Fine merinn w ooi ?sJ.ir »j Guernsey frocks Men's white avi 'ored lamb' wool hose Ladies' do do do do Men's Miper Angela do French ar.d Kt«gn«di m. r'.nn in great variety Merino Circassians uni bonibuetics Hangups and oesver*eens I.... an.i nla.l. ---- . ..r Rattinetts and colored cambric* Fur capes and mart’IN* Usrnisk, lt<ia«ia «#d bill's eye diapers Fine soft finish Irish linens Linen cambric ndktai linen do (.cheap) Corded skirts Fine and commor ,*wn« Bishop's lawn, book and Swiss muslins Domestic carpeting, hearth rugs Blk luatrings. gro de naps, variety of colors Settin levantines, very cheap White, pink, blue and blk aattina Blk Poult de awe, a superior silk Gro de Berlin Fancy hdkfs and shawls Blk silk cravats Gloveai men's rpw silk do Russia and Irish sheering*; burlaps Blk, blue blk, green, purple and brown silk velvets Bandanim *nd fUgg hdkfs some superior Hound and ft«t braids Black galloon and shoe ribbons Black and colored lasting Blue and green table covers; table oil cloth Patent silver head pint 50 packs pins (low priced) Hilditch's superior spool cotton Knitting yarn and boss Fancy hair and other brushes White and green blonde veils; crash fFith a general assortment of DOMESTICS 3000 lbs Cotton Tarn Cotton liatta for quilts 9th mo 30 Fa\\ aiu\ VVAutat ttoo&a. WII. H. THOMPSON & CO. have just received a further supply of SEASONABLE GOODS. Among them are the following:— 3-4, 4-4 and 6-4 printed and embossed Thibet shawls and handkerchiefs Merino shawls and scarfs, a large assortment, at reduced prices Cotton and worsted shawls and handkerchiefs Hernani, crape, ailk, muslin, and other fancy handkerchiefs Linen cambric hdkfs, so hie very fine 6-4 French, German and English merinos 5-8 and 3-4 black and colored English merinos, a handsome assortment Plain Gro de Naples Best black Italian luatrings, very cheap Black and blue black Poult de Soie Black mode and colored Florences Black and colored ailk velvets Ladies’ and men's Hoakin gloves Panihrir anil thread pHinno*! 6-4 Grecian nett and Grecian nett footing! Boltings, a great variety Silk, cotton and wonted hosiery Black and blue black Italian crapes 5-4 do do do do for veils English and French black bombazines 00 Piece. blue, black, mixed, Kuuel brown, olive, mulberry, claret and green Chubs, cheap 10 piece* plain, printed r d ribh’d cawim res 150 do low priced sattiuetts, voyehep 30, do superfine do f handsome White, red- green and scarlet ft mml* Green carpet osizea Roar, poi"t. ft? rr-ped ► Ui V s A variety o' • . *f r negtoclothing 300 pieces it •' r c<pr.r.t) Burlaps, nzo- • d’ n-ia sh=t lugs 4-4 Insh linen* »'• • n» 8-4 and 10-4 t • li p -.-rs Russia diapers an i on' W'-th £2 Packages DO MK STIC GOODS—surh as Brown and oiesciied a!,:rt»-->*■- ,r> • .htct'n*"* Red, yellow, brown and lead cod Canton flannels Linseys. checks, penitentiary plaid*. tickings Cotton oxnaburg*, tic Sic. i with many outer ar ticles. Oar assortment ia very large, and prices low. We invite our friends and the public to call and examine for themselves.__ _00139 \\ Tight & sYLftddux HAVE received, by late arrivals from Philadelphia and New York, a very large and general amort meat of NEW * HANDSOME HOODS, _ adapted to tbo present and approach iig soamos; They invite their customers and the public to oaQ and exa mine for themselves. 52 piece* cloths, blue, black, rifle green, Russell brown, plum, mulberry, claret, olive, drab and grey mixed Blue, black and fancy colored caiaimeres, plain and striped Satinets, plain and atriped Petershams various colon | Flushings and kerseys heavy and stout made, for servants Linseys plain, plaid and striped Rose blankets, 8-4 to 13-4. very superior Point and duffle ditto Green and scarlet friezes and baizes, plain and printed White, red, green, scarlet and yellow flann&s Gauze flannels, eatra quality Canton do various colon Goat’s hair and common camblets Ladies' camblets, a beautiful article for cloaks French merinos superior quality and desirable co* Ion Rngli*h ditto, in great variety Circassians, well aborted Black and colored bomh.zets French and English bombazines Merino scarfs and shawls, warranted wool borden Thibet •'hau ls. 3-4 to 10-4, very handsome Embroidered shawls, new style Valencia and Prussian shawls Satin fancy InlkU, a new article, very' rich Silk do do Italian lustrings (Vl.uteoni’a genuine) Do do colored, very beautiful Groa do Naples, plain and figured, in great variety Florences, a taunted colors Donnie green und brown ditto, for bonnets India and saim Levantines Satins, various colors plain and figured Senchews and aarsneta, uncommonly cheap Silk velvets, b'ack, blue black, maroon, green* purple and brown, for bonnets Tabby velvets various colors A very Urge assortment of super chintz and lo priced calicoes Mourning ginghams handsome new style Table diapers, 8-4 to 12—4( damask table cloths Russia dot French napkina Irish linens ami lawns, very cheap I inen ramkvi/*ii and linon oamkrir handkpfrhipAi Checked and striped muslins Damask ditto, a beantiful article for curtains Jscunctand cambric muslins Swiss and book do, plain and figured Grass cloth skirts, a new article bi>k and worsted hosiery Mohair, merino and lamb's wool ditto Bead reticules and fancy baskets Super Hoskin and kid gloves Long and short kid mittens Fur trimmed and lined gloves Pongee and Spittalfield handkerchiefs Several boxes handsome bonnet ribbons Bonnet cambrics and reeds Cut and plain velvet and other belt ribbons Hearth rugs, floor and table mats Fur tippets, in great variety Allof wnich are offered on moderate andaccommO' dating terms. _oct tl GootYa. 11|.rASHtNGTON V BRENT have received,by the Tv late arrivals from Philadelphia and New York, A Handsome Assortment of FALL 4* WIN TER GOODS, Consisting, in part, of— Superfine blue black. Russell brown, invisible green and mixed clotlH; Petersham ditto Blue black and fancy colored cassimeres Blue and blue black silk velvets Dark blue, brown, cadet and other mixed cassinets Rose, point and striped blankets Domestic and other carpeting Hearth rugs Black and assorted colored bombazets Do and assorted colored merino Circassians Superfine black and colored French bombasines Black and blue black Italian lustrings Handsome colored gro de naps Ladies' super black and assorted colored kid gloves Linen cambric hdkf$; a great variety of fancy bdkfs Thibet wool cloth and merino hdkfs and shawts 4-4 k 6 4 bobinets and Grecian do do Bobinet and Grecianett quilling S wansdown and Valencia vestings Furniture prints, a great variety of fancy do DOMESTIC GOODS: Penitentiary and other plaids and stripes Bed ticks; apron and furniture checks Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels Red, green, and drab do Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings 20 bales cotton osnaburgs * Alto, Burlaps, No. 1, 2, 3. & 4; Scotch osnsburgs Bear, Dutch, and Itussia sheetings And a great variety of other articles usual to be met with in a dry gooda store, all of which will be sold low at wholesale or retail, sept 26—tf Vjh&Ylea ttenneU HAS received by the Brig Belvidera, from Liver pool, and other arrivals— Point blankets, all sizes 10-4 11-4 and 12-4 rose blankets 12-4,13-4 and 14-4 best family blankets 5-4 hue B.ith blankets Shoe thread in bales, various qualities Patent colored and W. B thread Clark's Mile Bnd, London, first quality spool and ball cotton Knglish black g .loons, single and double width |(*izes and flannels Kvnwys, drat, cloths and flushings Cloths, kerseymeres and vestings B'tck ami colored Circassians Fuat quality camblets Furniture calicoes and dimities, very handsome An assortment of printed and Madias bdkfii Black Italian cravaia and tewing silk Merino and cotton hose, of all qualities H emming’s old patent and silver eyed W. C. nee- , dies Gilt pins, 4 44 and 5 A handsome assortment of gilt buttons GingharaM cambric murhns Plain and .sprigged Swiss muslins Swiss and jaconet hdkfs Shad and heiring seine twine OJ DOMESTIC GOODS, he hai for salt— A very handsome assortment of bedticks Apron and furniture cheek* Penitentiary plaids Bleached ana unbleached Canton flannels Bnttfaietts Blenched and unbleaobed cottons Cotton umbrellas Beaverteens Cotton carpeting( Lowell kerseys An assortment of FRESH Q ARDEN SEEDS _From the Shaken._sept 13 Drj Goods. JAMES McKENZIE Sl Co. have received their usual Fall Supply of STAPLE * FANCY DRY HOODS, and will add to it by the first New Tot k arrivals. The change they have concluded upon making in their ba dness induces them to offer every article In their as aortanent at nantrean mess. oct 1 —dtf Xevi Goods. WASHINGTON V BRENT have just received a fresh supply of NEW GOODS, consisting, in pert, of— Blue, black and fancy col’d Cloths and Casei meres Whits. red and Milled flannels Bose, Point and Whitney Blankets Men o Circassians, Bmbazetts and Bombazines Cassineits Negro Cloths and lanseys Calicoes, Cambrics and i'httk Muslins Worsted Hose black, white and fancy colored Cotton Booe, black slats and fancy colred Irish and German Linenst Table < lotks German. Irish and Huesia Sheetings Listen Cambria astd Blond l.aes Pads Shawls Handkerchiefs BobbineUs, Silk Yehels Thread Edgings, Comforts, Tooth Brushes, kfa. Wiih a variety of other Goods, at reduced prices dov 27—2w esssnss-^saseBCBessaamaeasBsssnmew LIST OF LBTTZBl Remaining in the Past Office, Alexandria, D. C. on tha 1st of DECEMBER, 1833. (E? Persons calling for letters in the following list, will please say nn aas anvsa*issn.er they may net get them. A General W K Armatud B Correl Brooks—2 John Beatley Capt John Brown Walter Benitt James Black Henry B^dlty Mrs Helen A Black Mrs Ann P Boolden Samuel Briggs John Bl an lord—2 E Barnes Miss Eliza Aon Bowie C Benjamin Crier Mrs Susanna Chapman Mrs Sarah Crass Thos Cassidy Capt Chase Mrs Jane Cooke L Curino MraCimtnona Thomas Cook Capt Hiram Cutts D Thomas Davie Miss Henrietta Davia Wra Dundbar Mrs Eliza S Dade John Devaugho (tanner) Miss Rebecca Dwyer E Capt M M Edmonds F Mrs Mary Forrest Miss Almira L Fox A Fleming Miss Mary Flood Henry Franklin Julian Fitzgerald II Glessing James B Goodwin—2 John Grain Mrs Sarah Gates Miss Sarah Green H Capt L Hammond Rieh’d H Harrington John Huddleston—2 Dennis Hackvtt James Hicks Miss Sarah A Hotchins George Heide—3 Mr* Cath Humphries Jerry Hubbard—2 Barton Hall Miss Marv E Howard N Hicks Capt M rfaocock Dan’l J Happoldt Joseph Hopkins Miss C Hurley John M Johnson Mr* Maria Johnson Thos E Jacobs Dennis Johnson—2 Capt Benj Jones M Johnson Benjamin King Mrs Hannah Kenner—s Charles King L Samuel Lee Geo Lucioua Nathaniel Locus Mrs Catharine Latham Wra Lylae Eleanor N Lewis • M John McKoddy Capt Wm Mastrin Robert MciUijr Joan Minor O Capt Richard Otis Ferdinand O’Neal P Matthew Preblea Francis Piles John Patterson Joanna Powell John 8 Preston Q James Quigley R Mrs Rliza Robinson P Rose he Dapt Matthew Rica Amelia Redman loho J Rusaell Isaac Rollins Mrs Mary Reeler S \brahatn Swain Mary Shilley fas W Scott—3 Andrew Sollivan Rachael Shrieva John L Smith MrvHannahJane StorkeCapt Ricb’d H Shelly rhoaus Smith Jonathan Scholheld Mrs Mary 8mith T Levering Thomas Rw Pitt W Taylor lonathan Tippitt Capt rhomas Traves LaacTrannell Mite Catharine rerrett Col John S Thornton Miss Amelia Terrett W Mias % M Wait Benj L Wallace-2 Robert Windsor Almpnder Washbnrn Miu Martha Ann WiL VM|Ward ham* ^ DAN'L, BRYAN, P. M.