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_______ ., __ - .-rrintA' PHBVIX OAZBTTB pmW/SD DULY. BY EDGAR SNOWDEN, v. a§ '<>" payab'e half yearly aLS**3*0*1* OABBTTE POR THE COUXTHYJ |S pfBLI'HED REGULARLY ON THURSDAY, & SATURDAY, otr annum, payable in advance. 1'frms of Advertising: , nutly and conspicuously inserted at •,-eofone dollar per square for the first three in , jiul twrntvfive cents for every subs q tent \ reasonable deduction will be made in 1,* nf yearly advertisers , , Vents published in the Daily paper sp - ' 'intrv piper Yot YreigAU. The «ln:mcr H/TTY 7W Chase, msS* ; 12 tr> c,riu s about 8J0 barrels, w II take a freight i ■'*'*. - nr to the West Indies- Apply to •. , j(J \V M. KOWI.B k Co FOR BOSTON. .-• £ Tne regular packet schooner f EU) j.^r/7T. Hammond, master, will be ready nrcargu in a few days. For freight apply to the jij.ter on board, at Central Wharf, or to no, £3 WM. FOWLE & Co \\ »AiUig\*>i\te«UfeXAkui\r\*k lAmvt The Steamboat ESSEX will leave _, ACKXIKHRIA at 8$, 11. and tYST^SaSK* j o'clock — W ASHING TON at j, t , »nd 4 u’cluck—for the remainder ol* the season, no* dd PETEK JON'RS, Master. 1'IIARUOAL BOILER PLATE IRON, l SUPPLY <d the above article, which is ve \ rv superior to the common Boiler Plate Iron, 3.1* on hand, and will constantly be kept by the tulm libers, who will sell it wholesale at lactory prices. Tliev will also get orders for any parti* :s!«r size Charcoal or common Boiler Plate Iron necuted in a reasonable time, on application to nos 28 A C CAZKNOVK & Co. BOSTON BEKF, &c Aia URLS M Winrhester'a’’ No. 1 Beef )#wr 10 hhds New England Rum 15 box***. Lemons, Received per Velo city, from B<*9ton. for sale by nor28 WV1 FQWLE &. Co. 7 GOSHEN CHEESE. LBS. Prime Goshen Cheese, just received and tor sale bv nov 28 WILLIAM N. McVEIOH. ~ TE AS. VOTNtG Hvson. in cht-st*, and halt chests; Gunpowder, in chests, half chest9 and catty bou ; Imperial, in half chests and catty boxes; S iuchcng and Powchong, in hall chests and catty bnxrs-TK Vs, of superior quaiitv. for sale by n v i S. MK3SER3MITH. CHEAP HOOTS AND SHOES. VI) H ARMON has just received, by 9chrs. , N« v York and Velocity, from Boston, inu duett from the manufacturer’s, an additional 'jpp1* of Coarse and Fine BOOTS, BOOTEES, •il SHOES, of every variety, suitable for the teaton; which are ottered cheap, either wholesale w retail. nov 28 COFFEES. 1)10, Laguira, Java, and old \\ hite Coffee, \ for sale by nuv 28 S. MKSSBRsMITH. Notice. ItllK 'ubseribers, intending a removal from Alexan dria to New York in ihe course of a very short t*. have to ask the favor of all persons indebted in them to call and settle their respective accounts 1 '-‘irbuMDtaa must be brought to a speedy close, ncti-dtf j \s McKenzie Co. sN\\\&CA*VuAv> ?)UgATA, $*C . K» i 10 hogsheads N. E. Hum 50 tons I'lait* r of Paris Uscrived per schooner New York, for sale by n«* 27 W FOWLE k Co. £\\nl. AiBigs, (all »la a) just received from the Phos v* n I nix shot t ower Company of Baltimore, tor »•>t>v nov 27 S MKSSKKSMITH. Fre»\v Teas. )* Chest* prime Young Hyson l>* 2 cun two pound cannisters Gunpowder do 5 q-. chests Powchong (in half pound papers) Rrcewed and for sale by no* 25 CLAGBTT PAGE. To F\A\vermen. n’ F. have received for sale— 3000 lbs prime Cork Wood 5'jO do Cotton Seine Twine (best quality) Al«o, an assortment of Cordage nov 25 CI.AGETT k PAGE Ink, Qnitta, t'o. Ct'PFRIOR Black Writing and Record Ink, in quart, k* pint, half pint, and smaller bottles. •ted Ink in vials. <2 tdU, from No. 6 to 80, from the manufactory of St<bell k Co. Philadelphia C*»U l eaf Steel Pens, Ink Powder, Wafers and Ink Jt»ntls. Just received and for aale by 10*25 AUGUSTUS JACOBS.__ BoctoT NVkwV** \gkt H AS removed to the House on St- Asaph street, between King and Prince street*, formerly occu ?tdby T. F. Mason, Esq. where he can he found. 5or 8—d-Ukwtf DRY GOODS. W ashing ton T. Hstyw HAS received, by the New York and Philadelphia packets, and is now opening, a large and general assortment of FALL AND WINTER STAPLE fy FAN CY DRY GOODS. Bought principally for money* be is enabled to offer them to his customers Mfcl the public generally as low, by the piece or vard, as any house in Washington or Alexandria; which it setting at a small profit Ilia at ■ortment consists in part of the following articles, which will be kept up by frequent receipts, viz: Woollens: Blue, bUck, brown, invisible green, mulberry, olive an 1 grey cloths Double milled and corded cassimerea Pine blsck ditto for vests Cassinetts all colors, some very low priced Petershams, Bushings, kerseys and plains 8-4. 9-4, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 and 13-4 rose blankets Point, striped and fancy end ditto, large and good Flannels, white and colored, all wool; figured do Figured and plain baizes and frieze Plain and strip* d linseya Merino wool shirts and Guernsey frocks A large quantity woollen comforts; cloth caps Colored and white super Saxony and common yarn and worded Cotton cords, hangups tnd besverteens Heal goat’s hair camhlcts; common do Men’s white and colored lamb’s wool hose Country knit half hose Ladiea* black, slate, fancy and plain colured wor sted hose Misses’ do do do do do do Children's white, scar et and red socks k stock’gs Cloth piano, table and stand covers; todeis Hearth rugs and sheepskin mats Merinos: 6-4 brown, moroon, green, purple, crimson and scarlet, blue and b>ack real French merinos 6-4 do do do, English, good imitation 3-4 do do do do Circassians and bombasetts, all colors; tartan plaids Superfine and common French and Englitb bom bazines; Pongees, unusually low Silk Velvets: Wue, black, rooroon, crimson « grern siik veivcia Super figured and black do for verting Silks. 25 pieces handsome staple col’d groa de nips Black, white and cul’d watered and plain do 6 pi-cea rich colored poult de aoie Black and blue black gro* de sw'us First quality Mslteoiu’a bl’k Italian lustring Itidiiu and English do do 4-4 black Italian and India silks Super white, pink, blue, orange, black anJ other colored satins Double and single florences, all colon Veils: White, green and black blond and bobinet veili C.reen figured barrage 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 Ciape Fancy Handkerchiefs—a splendid assortment: Blond, Hernani, groa de nap, Polynese, poplin, embroidered, figured a'dk, crape, silk, mus’in gauze, palmy rine, embroidered and plain Thi bet, merino, cashmere, Prussian and other fan cy handkerchiefs With a great variety of cotton hdkfs Hem stitched, plain white and colored bordered linen cambric bdkfs Iktndanna, Spittalfield, pongee, flag and company hdklai super black Italian and Levantine do Shawls: Merino, Cashmere, Thibet, Braganza, Prussian cloth ar.d winter shawls Laces and Edgings: Thread and bobinet lacca and edgings Cambric and bobinet insertions Muslins: 4-4 figured Grecian nett, a new article 4-4 plain do Book, Swisa, mull, jaconet, cross-barred, hgnred and plain muslins White and colored cambrics White and colored cravats; bonnet cambric Silk and Cotton Hosiery: White, black and colored English and French silk tune and half hose 5 thread cotton hose, a superior article \\ a variety of ladies* and misses’ common hose Gloves: Ladies’ super white and colored kid gloves, long and short Ladies’ common do do do, large size White ami black adk gloves a* test_1_» ll.ad M|naAa i.atuc* iui w tiiu «««» o Misses’ York tan, kid and woollen gloves Long mitts for misses _ Gentlemen’s white and black kid, beaver, buck, dog skin, chamois, Woodstock, Berlin and woollen gloves Hair top’d and lined gloves, a superior article for travelling Gentlemen’s stocks, stiffeners, foundations, col lars and bosoms Suspenders: Gum elastic, patent rollers, cotton, and a quantity of other suspenders Ribbons: 50 sets handsome bnnnet ribbons; cap do I ustring ribbohs, all colors, from No. 2 to 22 200 pieces David’s black galloons Black white and crimson, & other col d cotton do A superior assortment watered silk, velvet, figur * ed and other beltings Round and flat silk and worsted bmidr>, 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 anj colored corded skirts; carpet binding Umbrellas: Black silk, superior 6nisbed, new style umbrellas Common umbrellas . . A large quantity cotton do, low priced Pins% SfC. Superior flat beads, sharp points and London pina A quantity common pins Black and white small pint, first quality Black and white honks and eye* Setting Cotton: Mitchell’s firat quality 300 yds spool cotton Large quantity white and ent'd »all do Calicoes and Ginghams. A large quantity fashionable style, olack grounded calicoes Super French ehints; Ginghams, black and col’d Mourning calicoes A large quantity ninepenuy calicoes Domestics: Penitentiary and other plaids and stripes Bed ticks and apron checks Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels 6-4,5—4, 4-4, 3-4 bleached and unbleached sheet ings and shirtings Linens: Burlaps So. 1, 3,3 ami 4 Scotch ozoaburga; paddings; Russia sheetings With a great variety of other articles usually to be met with in a Dry Gond* Store; all ot which he will sell at low prices* 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 a* may be desired by bis customers, which cannot be procured in to vn, upon leaving a description of the same with him to be sent for_oct 5—3m Geo. $. ttougYi HAS received a very general assortment of FALL GOODS, viz: Cloths and eaasimeres Super and common sattinetta Plaid ami plain linaeys Hose and point blanket* Woolen fl*nn-ls» Canton do Plain and figured baiz-s Counterpsi't** white mud colored Petersham*, flushings and kerseys Fine merino wool shins Guernsey frocks Men’s white and colored lamb's wool hose Ladies' do do do do Men's super Angola do French and English merinos in great variety Merino Circassian* and bombazettea Hangups and beaverteens Coat’s hair cambists and plaids Rattinett* and colored cambrics Fur capes and mantilla* Dimisk, Russia and bird's eye diapera Pin* anfl finish Irish linens Linen cambric hdkfs; linen do (cheap) Corded skirts Fine and common lawns Bishop’s lawn, book and Swiss muslins Domestic carpeting, hearth ruga Blk lustrings. gro'V naps, variety of colors Sattin levantines, v»rv cheap White, pink, blue and blk aattins Blk Poult de soie, a superior silk Oro de Berlin Fancy hdkfs and shawls Blk silk csvats Gloves; m-n’s raw silk do Russia and I. ish aheeting*; burlsp* U k, blue blk, green, purple and brown silk velvet* Bandann.i «na fligg hdkfs some superior Hound and fl it braids Black galloon and shoe ribbons Black and colored lasting U’ueand green lable covers; table oil cloth Patent silver head pins 50 packs pins (low priced) Hi'ditch’s superior spool cotton Knitting yarn and boss Fancy uair and other brushes VV hite find gr« en blonde veils; crash frith a general assortment of DOMESTICS uOOO lbs Coitoi Yarn Co'ton halts forquiita 9th mo 30 Fa\\ hiu\ Winter ttoo&a. Wu. h. TrfOMP9t>N U CO. have just received a further supply of SEASONABLE GOODS. Amo.ig them are the Pillowing:— 3-4, 4-4 and 6-4 printed and embossed Thibet shawl* and handkerchiefs Merino "haw la and scat is, a large assortment, at reduced prites Cotton and wonted «hawI* and handkerchiefs llernani, erspe, ailk, muslin, and other fancy handkerchiefs Linen cambric hdkfs, some 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 B.ack mode and colored Florence* Black and colored silk velvet* Ladies’ and men’s lloskin gloves Cambric and thread edgings 6-4 Grecian nett ami Grecian nett footings Bolting*, a great vari. ty Si.k. cotton and worsted hosiery HiaUt and Diue ma- a nauan-cr»pca 5-4 do do do do for veils English and Frrnclt black bombazint-s 50 pieces blue, black, mised, Kua*el brown, ulivc, mulberry. cUret and green Cloths, thtap 10 piece* plain, printed a d nbh 'd c»»s m. rta 150 do low priced sattinetts, vtrycheup 30 do ■uperfine do verv hanuaorae White, red, green and acarlet flannels Green carpet baize* Rose, point. Duffle and striped blankets A variety of coarse good* for negro clothing 300 piece* low priced printa Burlaps, ozuaburgs and Kuaaia sheetings 4-4 Irish linena and lawns 8-4 and 10-4 table diapers Russia diapers and craah. With J2 Packages DOME STIC GOODS—tnth it Brown and bleached shirtings and sheetings Red, yellow, brown and lead col’a Canton flannels Linseys, cheeks, penitentiary plaids, tickings Cotton osnaburgs, he- kc.» with many other ar ticles. Our assortment is very large, and prices low. We invite our (fiend* and the public to call and ciiwinc for them* Ives._06129 \\ tight. & HAVE received, oy late arrivals from Philadelphia and New Work, a very large and general assort ment of NEW 4- HANDSOME GOODS, adapted to the present and approaching seasons. They invite their customers tad the public to call and exa* miue for themselves. 52 pieces cloths, blur, black, rifle green, Russell brown, plum, mulbejry, claret, olive, drab and grey mixed Blue, black and fancy colored caasimeres, plain and striped Satinets, plain and striped Petershams, various colors 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 baizea, plain and pnn'ed White, red, green, scarlet and yellow flannel* Gauze flannels, eitra quality Canton do various colors Goat's hair and common camblets Ladies’ camblets, a beautiful article for cloaks French merinos, superior quality and desirable co lors English ditto, in great variety Circassians, well assorted Black and colored bombszets French and English bombazines Merino scarfs and shawls, warranted wool borders Thibet shawls. 3-4 to 10-4, very handsome Embroidered shawls, new style Valencia and Prussian shawls Satin fancy hdkfs, a new article, very rich Silk do do Italian lustrings ( Mattenni’s genuine) Do do colored, very bestutiful Gros de Naples, plain and figured, in grest variety Florences, assorted colors Double green and brown ditto, for bonnets India and satin Levantines Satins, various colors, pWin and figured Senchews and ssrsnets, uncommonly cheap Silk velvets, black, blue black, maroon, green, purple and brown, for bonnets Tabby velvets, various colors A very large assortment of super chintz and lo priced calicoes Mourning ginghams, handsome new style Table diapers, 8-4 to 12-4; damask table cloth* Russia do; French napkins Irish li.iens and lawns, very cheap l.inen cambrics and linen cambric handkerchiefs Checked and striped muslins Damask ditto, a beautiful article for curtains Jaconet and cambric muslins Swiki and book do, plain and figured Grass cloth skirts, a new article bilk and worsted Hosiery Mohair, merino and lamb’s wool ditto Bead reticules and fancy baskets Super llosxin snd kid gloves Lung and short kid mittens Fur trimmed and lined gloves Pongee snd Spittalfield handkerchief* Several boxes handsome bonnet ribbons Bonnet cambrics and reeds Cut snd plain velvet and other belt ribbons Hearth rugs, floor snd table mats Fur tippets, in great variety Allof which are offered on moderate and accommo dating terms.___oct 1 Gr'j Goods. ¥TTTASHINGTON b* BRKNT have received,by the v v late arrivals from Philadelphia snd New York, A Handsome Assortment of FALL fy IVIN TER GOODS, Consisting, in part, of— Superfine blue black, Kussell brown, invisible green and mixed cloths Petersham ditto Blue black and fancy colored caaaimerei 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 bomba arts Do and assorted colored merino Circassians Superfine black and colored French bombazinea Black and blue black Italian lustrings Handsome colored gro de nap* Ladies’ super black and assorted colored kid gloves Linen cambric hdkfs; a great variety of fancy hdkfs Thibet wool cloth and merino hdkfa and shawls 4-4 k 6 4 bobinets and Grecian do do Bobinet and Grecianett quilling S vansdown and Valencia vestings Furniture prints, a great variety of fancy do DOMESTIC GOODS: Penitentiary and other plants snd stripes Bed ticks; apron and furniture checks Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels Bed, green, snd drab do Brown and bleached shirtings snd sheetings 20 bales cotton osnaburgs Also, Burlaps, No. 1, 2, 3 8c 4; Scotch osnaburgs Bear. Dutch, snd Kus*ia sheetings And a great variety of other articles usual to be met with in a dry goods store, all of which will be sold low at wholesale or retail, sept 26—tf Bennett HA9 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 fttnily blanket* 5-4 fine B ith blanket* Shoe thread in bales, various qualities Patent colored and W. B thread Clark’s Mile End, London, first quality spool and ball cotton ... English black gdoons, aingle and double width liaises and flannels Kerseys, drab cloths and flushings Cloths, kerseymere* and veating* Black and colored Circassians Firat quality cambleU Furniture calicoes and dimities, very handsome An assortment of printed tnd Madras hdkfs Black Italian cravats and aewing silk Merino and cotton hoae, of all qualities Hemming’* old patent tad silver eyed W. C. nee dles Gilt pin*, 4. 4$ and 5 A handsome assortment of gilt button* Ginghamti esmbric muslins Plain and sprigged Swiss muslin* Swiss sndjaconet hdkfs Shad and herring seine twine OJ DOMESTIC OOODSt he hat for talt— A very handsome assortment of bedticks | Apron and furniture check# Penitentiary plaid# Bleached and unbleached Canton flannels flattinetts Bleached and unbleached cotton* Cotton umbrellas Beaverteens Cotton carpeting! Lowell keraeya Jin assortment of FRESH GARDEN SEEDS _From the Shakers._sept 12 Orj Goods. JAMES McKenzie U Co. have received their usual Fall Supply of STAPLE tf FANCY DRY GOODS\ and will add to it by the flrst New York arrivals. The change (hey have concluded upon making in their bu siness induces them to offer every article in their as sortment at naaocan rareas. oct 1 —dtf sVhYi Goods. WASHINGTON W BRENT have just received e fresh supply of NEfV GOODS, consisting, in part, of— Blue, black and fancy enfd Cloths and Caseimerts White, red and Milled Flannels Bose. Paint a id 11 'hitney Blankets Men o Circassians. B >mbaxetts and BombaeintS Cassinetts A'egro Cloths and Linseys Calicoes ( ambries and Check Muslins Worsted Hose black, white and fancy colored Cotton Hose, black slate and fancy colored Irish and German Linens/ 7\tble < loths German. Irish and Russia Sheelings Linen Cambrics and Blond lesee Veils Shawls Handkerchiefs Bobbinetts, Silk Velvets ibread tdgings. Comforts, Tooth Brushes, i/e. With a variety of other Goods, at reduced prices, nov 27 —2w l lorerased. 4* (ja Bushels of prime quality, in sacks of two and three bushels, just received per steamboat from Baltimore, and for aale by L. McKRNZIE, Union wharf. IS STORE, ?0 bags Rio Coffee, of prime quality, nov 30 _ Gentases Flour. A PE W barrels Gennessee Flour, reported of supe« rior qualitv, for family Oae nov 30 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR h Co. Vlcke& Viyvina. Barrels Picked Pippins, just reeived from New /Jersey, and for sale. Thev are said to be very fine. II mo 30th _ GEORGE S. HOUGH. Bat \ifcad. ONE case Bar Lead. _ nov 30 sAR’l, B I. ARMOUR & Co. (jotlon \atn # handle wick. WE have just received from the Brandywine factory 3000 lbs. Cotton Yarn, from No. $ to 12. Also, 540 do Candle wick—which are offered foe •ale on usual terms for sueh articles, and at moderate prices. This factory makes Yarn of excellent quality. In Store, 10 kegs Leiper's Scotch Snuff, and A few barrels Apples—low. nov 30 GEO. JOHNSON fc Co. l'Mft \ft to give notice, THAT the subscriber, of Fairfax County, in tbe Commonwealth of Virginia, haa obtained from the Court of said County letters testamentary on the estate of Richard M Scott, late of Bu«h Hill, deceased All persons hav:ng claim* against said decedent are hereby warned to exhibit the same to the subscriber and those indebted thereto are required to make ini* mediate payment. Given under my hand this 29ih October, 1833. LUCINDA SCOTT, P.vecu'rix of Richard U. Scott, deceased, not 1— w8w ____ A V ttinub'.© V ami fat ?>a\c. 3 he suove.riber will sell his highly improv* led tnd valuable f arm called ROSE-HILL, „ m—p^ln the County of Fairfax, four miles and • h ii f from Alexandria, and ten a half from the City of Wellington, in a pleasant and agreeaule neighbor hood, containing 394 ACRES, As this Estate is so generally nown,« particular de scription of it will be less necessary. The soil is in a good state of cultivation, having been managed f< r se veral years psst with a view to its improvement There are shout two hundred and fifty acre# cleared and divi ded into eight fields, well fencedt the balance ia in wood and timber. There are from forty to sixty acres of meadow land, well ditched and drained, part of which is well set with clover and timothy i the balance de-igned to be put down in af There is a young thriving JrrLt, UHLUJltlL/, or about two hundred trees of choice selected fruit, be sides a variety of excellent summer fruits. Thia Farm it delightfully wateredi Dogue Run passes through it, tnd it abounds in springs of most excellent water, which continue to tun torwugu me wm m ■» ■eftsons. The building* *re good, consisting of * Itrgo FRAME DWELLING HOUSE of two stones, with four rooms snd s wide pssssge, built very IliisUnhstsntisHv snd of the best materials, snd every uecosary but bouse to accommodate a large family.— The Garden and Yard are well designed and improved. From the house there is a commanding view of the Po tomac and surrounding country, and lor healthfulneas and beauty of prospect it ii perhaps surpassed by none. The price snd terms of payment will be made known by application to Gen JOHN MASON, or 8. H JA>NP.Y, Alexandria, D. C. Or to the subscriber, on the premises, JAMKS RUSSELL, aug 13—wtf Rose Hill, Fairfax County, Vat •Missouri Viand wanted. Til P. subscriber wishes to exchange one hundred snd twelve shares of Ashby’s Gap Turnpike Stock, originally costing one hundred dullsra per abare, for Missouri Land. Also, A TRACT OF LAND lying in the County of Loudoun, Va., eon Uining six hundred acres. This land isabout four miles below Aldie, and within half a mdeof the Little River Turnpike. Upon the premia, es there are two dwelling houses, and out houses st tacMdt a fine spple and peach orchard, and through it runs a stream of water, upoo either aide of which ie a goad meadow. Pcrwia wishing to exchange will address the sub* briber, at Millwood, Ta. JOSEPH TULP.Y. Frederick Co. Oft. U-w«w J