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Alfi XAH5RIA gazette
PUBLISHED DAILY, BY
EDGAR SNOWDEN,
At $$ P‘r annum, payable half yearly.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
(FOR THE COUNTRY)
]S PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, & SATURDAY,
gl ^5 per annum, payable in advance.
Terms of Advertising:
Advertisements neatly and conspicuously inserted at
♦he r*te of one dollar per square for the first three in
* lian. and twenty-five cents for every subsequent
insertion. A reasonable deduction will be made »n
tbr case of yearly advertisers
FOR NEW ORLEANS
The Packet Brig UNCAS, Capt. Bush,
JIDvrilj sail on Monday, 10th instant. Persons
wUhing to ship by this vessel, will do well to
make immediate application to
FRANKLIN, ARMFIELD & CO.
mar 5—dtlOth _
~~ FOR AMSTERDAM
rf* The coppered Barque SUPERIOR,
jjjj^Capt. Smith, is now loading, and will sail
about the 10th instant, and take any light freight
that may offer. Apply to
mar 3 W. FOWLE & CO.
” FOR FREIGHT,
r-K The Schooner MARIAN, Captain Par
fi&ker a first rate vessel, burthen about 1000
barrels, A freight to a Southern port would be
^feb 20J' APPly t0 S. MESSERSMITH.
COFFEE.
AAA Lbs. Rio Coffee, for sale by
O0,UUU mar 5 W. FOWLE & CO.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
QO Tubs Goshen Butter, and
69 40 imitation English Cheese
Just received per schr. Alexandria, and foi
sale, low, by ANDREW J. FLEMING,
mar 5_________
MAHOGANY.
A SUPERIOR LOT of about
01 HA Feet Sawed Mahogany, 3-3 of an
411/1/ inch to 2 1-2 inches, assorted, just
received, and for sale, low, by
mar 5 WM. P. NUTT.
BUTTER.
OA Kegs Butter, in good order, for sale by
till mar 3 W. H. MILLER.
TEA AND MOLASSES.
5 5 half chests lYounS HySOn Tea
5 hogsheads New Orleans Molasses
Landing and for sale by
mar 3 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’s wharf.
COFFEE, SUGAR, &c.
I Bags Bio Coffee
131/ 100 bagsJavodo
20 hhds Porto Rico Sugar
20 casks Refined Sugar
600 boxes Bunch Raisins
200 “ Muscatel do
100 casks Sun do
20 bales Corks
200 boxes Mould Candles and Soap
100 “ Spermaceti do
Gunpowder, Imperial, and Souchong Tea
For sale by
mar 1_A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
CHEESE.
| X Casks prime Goshen Cheese, for sale by
13 mar 1 CLAGETT & PAGE.
CLOVER SEED.
ft A Bushels fresh Clover Seed, for sale by
OU feb 26_CLAGETT & PAGE.
LEMONS.
I £ Boxes Sicily Lemons just received and
13 for sale by L. McKENZIE,
feb 25 Union Wharf.
wKkWOOD, CORDAGE, TWINE, occ.
AAA Pounds Corkwood
100 coils Cordage, assorted sizes
500 pounds Cotton Twine
50 barrels Tar
1000 pounds Oakum. For sale by
fcb 24 STEPHEN SHINN. Janney’s wharf
AIR SLACKED Li ME.
X A Casks Air-slacked Lime, for manure and .
other purposes.
Jeh 24 JOSIAH H. DAVIS.
NAILS.
I XX Casks, assorted sizes, landing from the
fw schooner William, for sale by
jan 22 W. FOWLE & Co.
TURKS ISLAND SALT.
I 9ftft Bushels Turks Island Salt, for sale
lJU by w. FOWLE & CO.
Jeb2l ~
. NAILS.
fl^vA Casks Nails, assorted sizes, for sale by
'*Jy feb 21 W. FOWLE & CO.
8 WINE.
Pipes superior old Port Wine, from the
house of Hunt, Newman, Roope & Co.
'cases Sparkling Chain paigne. For sale by
J*h2l _W. FOWLE & CO.
. DUCK AND CORDAGE.
I ~)A Bolts Colt’s Cotton Duck, No, 2 to 10
, 120 coils Manilla Cordage, assorted si
^ lor sale by W. FOWLE & CO.
feb 21
- GRINDSTONES.
100 P.ieces> assorted sizes, received per Ma
i ” non, from Boston, for sale by
jango__VV. FOWLE & CO.
CRAB CIDER.
• 1 ?arrels prime, received this day, for sale
v hy GEQ. JOHNSON & CO.
PAPER HANGINGS.
OXA Pieces Paper Hangings, just received
and for sale low by
feb 20GEORGE WHITE.
FRESH CLOVEIiSEED,
IN bags of two and three bushels, constantly
on hand, and for sale by
feb 7L. McKENZIE, Union wharf.
FRESH CLOVER SEED.
A FURTHER supply, just received per steam
boat from Baltimore, and for sale by
feb 25 L. McRENZIE, Union wharf.
CLOVER SEED.
A FURTHER supply, just received and for
sale by x S. MESSERSMITH.
feb 25
m HORSES.
SEVERAL fine Work Horses, well known in
town for their good qualities, for sale, low,
by feb 28 WM. D. NUTT.
BEEF & PORK.
PRIME Beef and Pork, for sale by
jan 22 W. FOWLE & Co.
ARCHITECTURE.
JUST received, The Practical House Car
penter; being a complete development of
the Grecian Orders of Architecture, methodized
and arranged in such a simple, plain and com
prehensive manner, as to be easily understood;
each example being fashioned according to the
style and practice of the present day; contain
ing one example*ofthe Tuscan Order, three ex
amples of the Doric, three of the Ionic, one ex
ample of the Corinthian, and one of the Compo
site Order, with all their details, drawn to a large
scale; to which are added a series of Designs
fr»r Pnrfiros Rrnntismeces. Doors. Win flows.
- —- 7 I 7 ’ /
Caps and Sills, Sash-Frames and Shutters, Base
and Sur-Base Mouldings, Architraves, &c. &c.;
engraved on sixty-four large quarto copper
plates, by Asher Benjamin, Architect, “ author
of the American Builder’s Companion,” and
“The Rudiments of Architecture.” For sale by
feb 21 AUGUSTUS JACOBS.
FURNITURE.
3 Sideboards; S Bureaus; 6Washstands
Dinner and Breakfast Tables
1 Centre do
Plain, painted, and curled maple French
post Bedsteads
Maple high-post do
Common rush and cane-seat Chairs
Also,
One second-hand Gig, with Harness, on con
signment, and for sale, low, for cash.
feb 18 GEO. WHITE.
SAMUEL MESSERSMITH
OFFERS FOR SALE!
TEAS—Young Hyson, in chests; Imperial,
in half chests and ten catty boxes; Gun
powder in ten catty boxes; Souchong, in do do;
Pouchong, of superior quality, in half chests,
(Gold crop)
Coffees—Java, old St. Domingo and Rio
Hempen Bags
Corks, in bales of 1000 each
Patent Shot, assorted numbers; a constant
supply frem the Phoenix Shot Tower Company
Wines—Old L. P. Madeira, in quarter casks,
“ Newton, Gordon, Murdock & Scott’s,” and
Lewis & Co’s brands; Madeira Grape Juice, in
quarter casks and half quarter casks; L. P. Ma
deira, in boxes containing one to two dozen
bottles each; Sicily Madeira, Sweet Malaga,
and Rousillon
Palm Oik in hogsheads
Baker’s Chocolate, in half boxes
Brandy, -“ Seignette’s brand,” in half pipes
and quarter casks, entitled to debenture.
feb 12__
COLORED APPRENTICES WANTED,
For the Patent Rope-Making Business.
I WILL take two or three Colored Boys, ot
unquestionable character, (none other will
betaken) to learn the Patent Ropemaking Bu- ;
siness. JOSIAH H. DAVIS. 1
N. B. This advertisement may, perhaps, meet
the eye of some slave-holder who may have it
in prospect to emancipate his slaves at the ages
of 25, 30, or 35 years. The slave, thus enhanc
etl 111 Vault?, WUU1U, in a icawnuuic unit,,
the pecuniary loss of the owner, and be prepar
ed to be a more useful freeman. J H. D.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
TO the Stockholders in the Alexandria Canal
Company, that an instalment of three dol- i
lars per share is required to be paid on or before !
the 12th day of March next; and a further in- ;
stalment ol three dollars per share on or before
the 12th day of April next.
By order of the Board:
feb 10 JOHN H. CREASE, Clerk.
CUT & PLAIN GLASSWARE.
JUST received, six packages Glassware,
Cut and plain Tumblers
Do do Table and Hall Lamps
Britannia Castors, four and five bottles, a \
neat and cheap article
Also, 30 boxes English Pipes
1 Lno 25_ R. H. MILLER, j
~ Notice
The PIEDMONT MAIL,
^(Smitli's Line) will, on Tuesday, j
Thursday, ami Saturday, leave j
JWarrentonat 7 o’clock A. M and
reach Alexandria at 4 P. M. This will save nigh tra
velling those days
It will, on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, leave
Alexandria for Washington at half after 4 P. II punc
tually
It "will, or. Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday, leave
Alexandria for W ashington at 11 A. li promptly,
dec 14—tf _Wit. SMITH,
Dr'j Goods.
JAMES McKEN'ZlE Si Co. have received their
usual Fall Supply of
STAPLE 4* FANCY DRY GOODS,
and will add to it by the first New York arrivals. The
change they have concluded upon making in their bu- •
siness induces them to offer every article in their as- -
90itmeut at nsnucED pnicis. octl—dtf 1
DIRECTORY
For Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria,
CONTAINING the names, residence, and oc
cupation of the inhabitants, alphabetically
arranged; a Register ofthe names and residence
<>f the Members of Congress; a list ofthe Hotels.
Boarding Houses, and Messes; the names and
residence of the principal Officers of the Gov
ernment; the location of the Public Offices, and
the names of the Clerks therein employed; a
census Of the population of the United States;
the Tariff of 1832; a complete Almanac; the
names of the Civil Officers of Washington,
Georgetown, and Alexandria, and ofthe various
Banks, Canal Companies, Insurance Offices, kc.
and statement of the names, salaries, and terms
of office ofthe various Civil Officers ofthe Unit
States and their Territories; a list of the Com
mittees of BOTH HOUSES OF CONGRESS;
together with the names and residence of the
Foreign Ministers accredited by the Govern
ment ofthe United States, and of the American
Functionaries; the names of the Officers of the
General Government, their respective salaries
place of residence; the names of the Officers ol
fhe Supreme Court; the names of the Commis
sioners under the recent Treaties with France
and with the Ring of the Two Sicilies; a list ol
the Deposite Banks; Rates of Fare for Hacks;
price of Licenses and Postage, and of the time
ofthe arrival and departure of Stages, &c. &c.
Just published by E. A. Cohen <k Co., and for
private sale, only, by GEO. WHITE.
mar 5 • __
AFRESH supply just received; among which
are Beet, Long Red and Early Turnip;
Cabbage, Early York, Battersea, Sugar Loaf,
Drumhead, Red Dutch for pickling; Carrot; Ce
lery; Cucumber; Eirg Plant; Scotch Kale; Lon
don Leek; Mangel YVurtzel; Nutmeg Melon, Ci
tron Melon, and Water Melon; Okra; Onion;
Parsley; Peas, Extra Early, Marrowfat, Impe
rial, &c.; Radish ol several kinds; Salsafy,
Squash, Tomato, Lettuce, Beans, &c.
WM. STABLER.
*** The subscriber orders TREES, SHRUBS,
and FLOWERS, of all kinds, from the exten
sive and celebrated Nurseries of D. & C. Lan
dreth, near Philadelphia; and he receives sub
scriptions for the Floral Magazine, published
by them, containing beautiful coloured engra
vings of the rare plants in their collection, with
a description and history of each one. A sam
ple of the work may be seen at his Drug Store.
3d mo. 4th, 1834.W. S.
NOTICE.
rpHE subscriber, having taken the large three
X story fire-proof Warehouse at the corner of
Prince and Union streets, nearly opposite his
Grocery Store, (which he intends occupying as
a Warehouse,) respectfully informs, his friends
and country merchants generally that he will
receive and forward GOODS of ail kinds; re
ceive FLOUR on storage; store GRAIN and
other GOODS, on the usual terms. The situa
tion bein£r convenient to shipping, persons dis
posed to STORE their FLOUR will find an ad
vantage arising therefrom. Any business en
trusted to his care in the above Agency, will be
punctually and carefully attended to.
He continues to keep constantly on hand a ge
neral assortment of GROCERIES, WINES,
SALT, &c. &t\; and will at all times furnish
PLASTER to those wishing to purchase. All
of which he offers, wholesale and retail, very
low. WILLIAM N. McVEIGH,
feb 25 Prince street wharf.
3£|» Leesburg Washingtonian, Winchester
Republican, and Political Spectator, (Warren
ton) 2 months, and charge W. N. McV.
FOR HIRE,
A LIKELY NEGRO GIRL, for the balance
of the year. She is about IS years of age,
of good moral character, has been accustomed
to house business. She may be seen at iny Auc
tion Store this afternoon, at 3 o’clock,
feb 27GEO. WHITE.
NOTICE.
IN order to accommodate my customers, or
ders for Patent Cordage, White Lines, Bed
Cords, &c. may be left at the Store-house of
Messrs. James & George f. Thomas, if inconve
nient to be forwarded to the Rope Walk,
feb 5JOSIAH H. DAVIS.
SEINE TWINE.
A FEW bales best Shad and Herring Seine
Twine, a part of two consignments, will be
sold very low, to close sales; the quality excel
lent. feb 7CHARLES BEWETT
ROGERS’S VEGETABLE PULMONIC DE
TERGENT,
JUST received and for sale by <
jan 29 WILLIAM STABLER. s
Fmm the Hon. Gideon Lee, Mayor of the City 1
of New York.
“ Few men in the community have a greater j j
contempt for nostrums in general than myself. ;t
Patent medicine and catchpenny, with me, have j t
been synonymous. I am constrained, however,
to relinquish these sentiments as respects Dr.
Rogers’s Vegetable Detergent, the effects of c
which I have recently witnessed. Ayounglady *
in my family, by using two papers, I havd rea- '
son to believe, is effectually cured of an alarm
ing Pulmonic Complaint, which in all its symp- 1
toms gave evidence of immediate consumption.
I communicate this with a view of usefulness, t
and sincerely hope that such persons as have t
complaints similar to the above, will make a tri- j t
al of the medicine. Gipre.v Lar.”
DR. COPLAND’S MEDICAL DICTIONARY,
UPON the same plan of Cooper’s Surgical
Dictionary. It will be completed in five
parts. Part 1st is now published, and ready for
delivery; Part 2d in press. Parts 2, 3, 4, and 5.
will follow at regular intervals, with no inter
ruption but such as may arise from irregularity
in receiving the European copy. The remain
ing sheet of the Appendix will be given with
Part 2; and the Preface, with a Pathological
Classification of Diseases, &c\, forming a Key
to the systematic study of Practical Medicine,
as well as an arranged Contents of the work, will
accompany the last Part.
This valuable work will be given complete in
five parts, at each part of 300 closely printed
and handsome pages; being the cheapest medi
cal work ever printed in the United States.
The work will be sent by mail, to subscribers
in any part of the country. The postage will
be only 19 cents each part; if not exceeding 100
miles, and 32 cents only for the greatest distance.
Published Quarterly, and completed in one
year from the delivery of the first number.
The subscription price, Five Dollars, to be
paid on the delivery of the first Part.
Subscriptions received, and the work careful
ly mailed to all country subscribers, by
W. M. MORRISON, Alexandria.
Who is an authorized Agent for the same,
feb 13 “
100 DOLLARS REWARD.
ON Tuesday morning, between Fredericks
burg and my plantation, in the upper end
of Stafford, a NEGRO MAN, and the MARE
on which he was riding, both belonging to me,
were stolen by a man who seems to have been
a stranger in this part of the country. When
seen in possession of the Slave and of the Mare,
he was inquiring his way to Stanord Court-1
House. He is described to me as a person be- j
tween fifty and sixty years of age, with re- j
markably white hair; his stature stout and well i
set. He wore a brownish colored stuff cloak.
The negro is between twenty-five and thirty
years of age, as well as is remembered; stout in
his person, and about five feet ten or eleven in
ches high; has a drawling manner of talking,
and appears to be much less sagacious than he
really is. His name is Jack. His dress was a
blue cloth cap, a grey great coat, and his under
clothing drab cloth.
The Mare is a fine large sorrel, without any
spot of white about her, unless perhaps there
may be some few white hairs in the centre of
the forehead, not covering more than the size of
a four-pence-halfpenny. She is, as well as is
recollected, going on seven years of age; is re
markably long in her body; has a long tail, and i
it is remarkable where it joins the rump. There
may be discerned in the film of one of her eyes 1
an incision which was made a year or two ago 1
ro cure the hooks.
One Hundred Dollars Reward will be given for <
therecovery of the above Slave and Mare, or in 1
the proportion of four and two for tiie recovery of
either. JNO. TAYLOE LOMAX. i
Fredericksburg, Jan. 23. 1834. <
The whiteman calls himself Ashberry.
jan 24—tf1
NEW BOOKS. 1
JUST published, and on sale by W. M. MOR
RISON,
A new edition of Doddridge’s Family Expo- '
sitor, 1 vol 8vo
Dr. Porter’s Lectures on Homiletics and
Preaching, and on Public Prayer, 1 vol Svo
Peyson’s Select Thoughts, being selections
from the conversations and unpublished writ- j
ings of Rev. E. Peyson, D. D. 1
The Child at Home, or, the principles of filial ]
duty familiarly illustrated, by John S. C. Abbot, i
author of the Mother at Home.
Peter Parley’s Book of Bible Stories for cliil
d re n and youth. AI so,
Peter Parley’s Book of Poetry for Children.
JUST RECEIVED ON SALE BY \V. M.
MORRISON, ' |
rip HE History of the Hartford Convention,
.1 with a Review of the Policy of the United
States Government which led to the War of
1812; by Theodore Dwight, Secretary of the
Convention.feb-7
WANTED, 5
\S an Assistant in Grocery Store, an ac- 1
. tive Young Man, of good moral habits; one 1
from the country would be preferred. Satisfac- 1
tory references, as to capacity, &c. will be re- ,
quired. Address, through the Alexandria post
office, (postage paid) O. P, Y._jan 28
Lv\l\A for
V OFFER for sale my Plantation called CLOVER J
I. LAND, Ling in the County of Prince VViiiiam, 35
miles distant from Alexandria and Washington. It
contains
1300 ACRES,
Has on it a large DWELLING*
i&HOUSK, Barn, and other improvements, ^
jbnndan excellent Mill Seat, on which a 1
. _ _„®Saw Mill is erected. The land has 'ten
well tilled, and for several vears past improved by the '
Lise of clover ?nd plaster; the effects of which are no
where more visible, or more fully proven. !i is divid
into fiekls of an eqial and convenient size, and un
lerthe best enclosures. This Plantation is jusily con
.idered among the best in the upper country; ilsVdua
ion is healthful and beautiful.
As purchasers wi l view the premises before making j
in ofier, farther particulars are deemed unnecessary ^
t desired, immediate possession may be given. Let- L
ers.addressed to me (post paid) may be directed to .
his place. CHARLES SHIRLEY CARTER. a
Richmond City, Oct, 10th, 1823.
N H. In my absence, Mr. Edmund Newman, Agent,
m the premises, will attend to gentlemen wishing to
iew the premises. C. S. C. ^
Notice. 0
rHE subscribers, intending a removal from Alexan* _
dria to New York in the course ol a very short
ime, have to ask the favor of all persons indebted
o them to call and settle their respective accounts, as j.
heir business must be brought to a speedy close;
oct 1—rTtf J AS. MeFCKNaiB & Go.
JUST RECEIVED,
BY the late arrivals from Boston, the follow
ing new and very interesting publications,
and which are on sale low by W. M. MORRI
SON, viz:
Observations on Mental Derangement, being
an application of the principles of Phrenology to
elucidations of the causes, symptoms, nature,
and treatment of Insanity; by Andrew Comb
M. D.
Experiments and Observations on the Gastric
Juice, and Physiology of Digestion; by Dr. Win.
Beaumont, M. D. burgeon in the United Statd^
Army.
Memoir of the Rev. Elias Cornelius.
Diary of an Ennuyee.
A Memoir of the Life and Philosophy of Spurz
heim, by Andrew Carmichael, M. R. I. A., laie
President of the Phrenological Society of Dub
lin; and published at the desire of that Society;
first American edition, with notes:
Friend of man—of God the servant;
Advocate of truth divine;
Nature’s Priest—how pure and fervent
Was thy worship at her shrine!
[Rev. Mr. Pier pontes Ode at the Funeral of
Spurzheim, Nor. 17, 1832.
Berkley the Banker, part 2d. by Harriet Mar
tine an.
Atlantic Tales, by Mrs. Lesly.
Letters to a Daughter, by Mrs. J. A. Sargent,
an going to School, pointing out the duties to
wards her Maker, her governess, her schoolfel
lows, and herself.
Fall River, an authentic narrative, by the au
thor of Tales National, Revolutionary. &c.
1 he Youth’s Sketch Book. This work con
tains seven beautiful engravings on steel, and is
filled with pieces mostly new, and from favorite
writers. The care and expense bestowed upon
the volume, must give it high claims upon the
favor of the public. Many of the designs are
original, and all are executed in a superior style
of elegance._jan 24 .
H .r 4 r/ n v
ivirv u.
NO. 1,2, and 3 Fall-caught Mackerel, in lots
to suit purchasers, for sale by
jan 7 LEWIS McKENZIE, Union wharf.
WANTED,
A QUANTITY ol W hite Oak Timber, suita
bie for a vessel of about 160 tons. Person**
wishing to contract for its delivery within threfe
:nonths, muv apply to
jan 15 ' A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
JUST PUBLISHED,
A ND on sale by WM. M. MORRISON,
1 UE ^ OLNG MAN’S GUIDE, bein^ a
practical manual for every day life. Price 75 c.
Wre recommend the possession of this work
o every young man who wishes to become use'*
.ul, virtuous and happy.—jV. //. Gaz.
Its contents are of a high moral character,
nid it should be in the possession of every young
nan.—Portsmouth Journal.
I he work is a good and useful one, and wor
hy the serious attention of young men.—Chritf
! ian Register.
It is written in a plain direct style, and enli\>
;ned with anecdote and narrative.—The Rett
lions Magazine.
An admirable production, communicating
sound and wholesome truths.—Boston Tran§*
__ jan 20
FUST RECEIVED ON SALE BY WM M
MORRISON,
ELLIOT’S Almanac for 1831. This will be
found useful for every man of business, as
t contains u complete list of all the Officers of
he Government, as well as of the three Corpo
utions in the District, including all incorporat
?d companies, &c. A iso, the Churchman's A1
itanac for 1834._ jan jj
u. s. £> A I\ K BILLS,
OF Si00 and under, for transmission, may be
always obtained of JAS. ftlORDA \ .
Exchange Otrice, corner King & Royal sts.
^ IX** American, French, Spanish and English
3Jold Coin purchased. Bank Notes of the va
'ions Btutes discounted. jan 15
A BARGAIN.
Aft 1 will let the DWELLING and STORE
HHiHOUSE at the corner of Water and Prince
streets at as low a rent as any property in the
own, (considering location.) ' It is well caicula
ed lor a wholesale or retail grocery, se^ar Oic
ory, slop shop, &e. &c. &c.
*7 _JOSIAII H. DAVIS.
STORE TO RENT.
Mft The lease of Mr. Aaron D. Harmon of (he
iiiiSTORE occupied by Mr Wilbar wilf expire
he 26th April next, from which day it mey be
ented, with immediate possession.
feb 15 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO.
HOUSE TO RENT.
The BRICK HOUSE at the intersection
!Mof Cameron and Pitt streets, now occupied
>y Mr. Charles Gawler, is to rent. Possession
nay be had 1st February. For terms inquire of
jan 9 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR A: Co.
TO RENT,
A SMALL HOUSE north of the resi
Slil dence of Samuel B. Larmour.
jan 4_JOS 1AH H. DAVIS.
FOR RENT,
The two-story BRICK DWELLING
— HOUSE on King street, lately occupied by
ir. Richard H. Ciagett, in a very healthy nei'-h
orhood, near the best water, and is in good or
er. It will be rented on reasonable terms.
feb 10_A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
FOR RENT,
ft Either of the two DWELLING HOUSES
liflLat Summer Hill, on the Little River Road.
le mile from town, pleasantly situated.
feb 10_A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
BARTON'S COUGH DROPS.
1 FRESH supply received for sale by E
KENNEDY; price 25 conte per
feh 2*

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