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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
EDGAR SNOWDEN,
kYS DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE HALF YEARLY.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
(FOR TIIE COUNTRY)
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TUESDAY, THURSDAY 4 SATURDAY,
AT 5 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Terms of Advertising:—Advertisements neat
an(i conspicuously inserted at the rate of one
dollar per square for the first three insertions,
and twenty-five cents for every subsequent inser
tion. A reasonable deduction will be made in
the case of yearly advertisers.
* ♦ All advertisements appear in both papers.
PLASTER PARIS.
nn Tons, on board the schooner Senator,
Oil for sale by S. MESSERSMITH.
FOR FREIGHT, (To any Northern Port,)
The Schooner SENATOR, Captain
SjJJfRoGERS. She is a good vessel, and car
ries about 550 bbls. Apply as above, apr 15
FOR FREIGHT.
rf?c The Brig ALEXANDRIA, Captain
£|£Coomb3, of about 1000 barrels, will take a
freight to any foreign port or coastwise.
* A C. CAZENOVE & CO.
For Sale,
10 hogsheads New England Rum
114 boxes of Candles
Landing from the above vessel. Also,
20 boxes Philadelphia Loaf Sugar
Received per the Union._ &Pr IQ
The Steamer COLUM
BIA, Capt. James Mitch
ell, having resumed her
-t s* regular trips between Bal
timore and the District of Columbia, will, until
ttie 1st day of September, leave Baltimore for
the District every Wednesday, at 4 o’clock, P.
M.; and returning, will leave Washington at 6,
and Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. every Sun
day, for Baltimore. Passage $2.
mar 31—tf___
sugar!
5 Hogsheads West India Sugar, just received
and for sale by
LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN,
apr i4 Vo well’s wharf.
CEDAR POSTS!
XAA Good Cedar Posts wanted.
OlHJ apr H A- C. CAZENOVE & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
7Hhds. New Orleans and West India Sugars
5 do Cuba Molasses
Landing from schooner Washington, and for
sale by apr 12 WILLIAM N. McVElGH.
CLOVERSEED.
4 A Bushels of fresh Cloverseed, for sale by
TtU apr 12 W. H. MILLER.
• r PAINTED BUCKETS.
Dozen Painted Buckets, assorted colors,
OU receive*! per brig Alexandria, and for
sale by apr 11 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
* SCALE BEAMS.
X Scale Beams, large sizes, for sale, low, by
0 apr 11 GEO. WHITE.
SUGARS, MOLASSES, SHERRY WINE,fc.
nBbls. Sugars
17 do Molasses
4 quarter casks old Sherry W ine
3 octaves do do
Received per brig Alexandria, for sale by
apr 10 W; FOVV LE & Co.
" N. E. RUM.
8Hhds. N. E. Rum, received per brig Alex
andria, from Boston, for sale by
apr 10 W. FOWLE & Co.
FRUIT.
X A Boxes Oranges
40 do Lemons
Received per brig Alexandria, for sale by
apr 10 _W, FOWLE & Co,
SPERM OIL.
O Tierces and 4 barrels Sperm Oil, just receiv-;
* ed per schooner Forrest, from Boston, and j
for sale by L. McKENZIE, Union wharf.
LINSEED OIL.
4 Barrels pure Linseed Oil, received per Co- (
lumbia, from Baltimore, and for sale by
J>PrjL. McKENZIE.* Union wharf.
PAINT OIL.
^ Barrels Shenandoah Flaxseed Oil, superior
** quality, just received and for sale by
J. & M. SNYDER,
apr 4 Upper end King street.
K PLASTER PARIS
BPT constantly for sale by
WILLIAM N. McVEIGH,
Prince street wharf.
~FRESH THOMASTON LIME.
Casks, remaining unsold, on board
schr. Ann, Capt. Diser. Apply to
, apr l W. FOWLE & CO.
# GUNPOWDER.
I f|A Kegs Dupont’s Gunpowder, all sizes,
received per sloop Statira, for sale by
Jgar3lA. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
_ SllOT.
9f|A Bags Shot, assorted, this day landing
from sloop Statira, from Philadelphia,
and for sale by
jnar 3i_A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. ,
LOAF SUGAR.
J X Boxes Loaf and Lump Sugar, received
per sloop Statira, from Philadelphia, land
ed and for sale by
r 'ar 31 A. C. CAZENOVE &. CO.
CLOVER SEED, BUTTER, &c. &c.
| A Barrels prime Clover Seed
15 casks superior N. York Dairy Butter
25 kegs Lard
14 bags Tennessee Feathers
28 half boxes 8 by 10 and 10 by 12 Win
dow Glass
50 reams Wrapping Paper, large size
mar 24 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO.
SUGARS, MOLASSES, &c.
QO Hogsheads New Crop Orleans Sugars
18 do prime Porto Rico do
20 bb!sS \ ^ew Crop Orleans Molasses
15 hhds St. Croix and English Island do
10 hhds Whiskey
mar 24 SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO.
CLOVERSEED.
X A Bushels Cloverseed, just received and for
OU sale by W. H. MILLER.
In Store,
2 hogsheads Porto Rico Sugar
15 basrs Colfee rnnv 24
APPLES, POTATOES, AND CODFiSHr
A Barrels Apples
4U 20 barrels Potatoes
19 boxes Codfish
Received per schooner Mount Vernon, from
Boston, and for sale by
LEWIS McKENZIE, Union wharf,
mar 20___
RAISINS, &c.
•r Boxes Bunch Raisins
OUU 150 do Muscatel do
80 casks Sun do
80 double boxes do
50 jars of olives
10 do Corks
50 boxes Castile Soap
Matts in bales; Filberts in bags
Frails of Figs. For sale by
mar 18A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
WINES.
AC. CAZENOVE it CO. have for sale a
• large stock of Madeira Wine, in pipes and
quarter casks, part of which has had the benefit
of an India voyage.
St. Lucar Wine, in quarter casks.
Sweet and Dry Malaga, in do and eighths.
Bencarlo Red Wine, in pipes
’ Claret, several kinds; Sauterne
Old Hock, Hermitage, Muscat, &c.
mar 18 ____
BOOTS AND SHOES.
AD. HARMON has received, by schooners
• Mount Vernon and Forrest, in part, his
SPRING SUPPLY OF BOOTS & SHOES,
consisting of
Men’s coarse water proof Boots 1 Suitable for
Do do pegg’d Bootees and J Fisheries
Shoes ;
Men’s fine Bootees and Shoes, various qualities
Bovs’ do do
Ladies’ Morocco Slippers and Walking Shoes
Do Kid and Lasting Slippers
And has on hand, and continues to manufacture,
Ladies’ Kid, Morocco, Seal-skin and Lasting
Slippers
Misses’ and Children’s Leather and Morocco
Shoes and Bootees
Gentlemen’s fine Shoes, various qualities
All of which are offered, wholesale and retail,
on the most inviting terms._apr 9
EXHIBITION OF J. G CHAPMAN’S~
PAINTINGS.
THE Exhibition of J. G. Chapman’s Paintings
is now open to visiters, on Pennsylvania
Avenue, nearly opposite Brown’s and Gadsby’s
Hotels, from 9 o’clock until sunset.
Admission and Catalogue - 25 cents
Tickets for the season - - 50 cents
In a short time several of the Paintings will be
removed to give place to additions that will be
made to the collection._ apr 10—tf
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 Phcenix 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
, • i_ *_a f a fiirn
cieii a, in uuaw tuuionuug ... - ~~~~~
bottles each; Sicily Madeira, Sweet Malaga,
and Rousillon
Palm Oil, in hogsheads
Baker’s Chocolate, in half boxes
Brandy, “ Seignette’s brand,” in half pipes
and quarter casks, entitled to debenture._
LEVI HURDLE,
HAVING taken his brother, Thomas T. Hur
dle, into partnership, will continue, at the
old stand, south-west corner of King and Co
umbus streets, to carry on their business as
CHAIR MANUFACTURERS #
ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS,
and where they will make, and
keep constantly for sale, at tair
prices, a general assortment of
I Grecian, Fancy, and Windsor
CHAIRS. The public are respect
BLg ¥ -fully invited to call and examine
their present assortment. They feel assured that
they will be found not to be inferior, eithei
in the durability of their materials .or the neat*
ness of their execution, to those ot any other ma
nufacturer in the District. .
They will execute Sign <$• Ornamental Paint
ing and Gilding, in all their various branches,
on the most accommodating terms.
Old Chairs will be taken in part payment for
new ones, or will be repaired or re-painted at
the shortest notice. _ , ... .
Chairs purchased at this manufactory will be
sent, free of expense, to any part of the Disti ic .
DRY GOODS.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS.
WASHINGTON & BRENT have received
a large and general assortment of.
SPRING GOODS,
consisting, in part, of
Black, blue and fancy colored Cloths
Black, blue and colored Casimeres
Ginghams, black and fancy
Painted Muslins and Calicoes
Checked and Swiss Muslins
Cotton Hose, plain and fancy
Linens, Lawns and Sheetings
Damask, Russia and Birdseye Diaper
Linen Cambric and Cambric Handkfs
Italian Lustring and Gro de Naples
Bombasins, English and French
Saties and Satin Levantines
Fancy Hdkfs and Shawls, in great variety.
Cambric. Thread and Blond Edging
Crape, Veils and Belts
Parasols and Umbrellas
Men’s and Boys’ Summer Wear, in every
variety
Straw Carpeting, white and colored
84 packages of Domestic Goods
With almost every other article of Dry Goods,
all of which will be sold unusually low.
apr 2
NEW AND SPLENDID GOODS,
Corner of King and Fairfax Streets.
WILLIAM H. MOUNT & CO. (lately from
Washington,) are now opening an elegant
assortment of CHEAP, STAPLE, & FANCY
DRY GOODS, consisting, in part, of the follow
ing, viz:
50 pieces blue, black, brown, mulberry, green,
drab, and grey Cloths and Cassimeres
iuu pieces, cuiiutiuiiig aovv yai us, ing,
Gro de Naps, Poult de Soie, of a variety of co
lors and figures
Florences, Satins, and Satin Levantines
Silk Velvets and Tabby ditto
1500 yards Ginghams, some very hand :ome
and cheap
450 yards Painted Muslins, superior for cheap
ness and beauty
3000 yards super Chintz and other Calicoes,
of every price
200 pieces Ribbons, and 20 setts Gauze ditto
Twisted Silk Shawls, some beautifully em
broidered
Do do Scarfs and Lace Veils, while, black,
green, &c.
French Worked Capes, very handsome
Linen Cambric and Linen Cambric Handker
chiefs, very fine
Gentlemen’s super and common Silk do
Cambric and Thread Edging
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Hoskin and other
Gloves, in great variety
Ladies’ Parasols, some of a new style
Gentlemen’s Umbrellas, do do, and common
Cloth Table and Piano Covers
Greciannett and Greciannett Footings
Irish Linens and Lawns
Bishop’s Lawn, Swiss and Plaid Muslins
Jaconet and Cambric Muslins
Damask and Diaper Table Cloths, some very
pretty
Marseilles Quilts and Knotted Counterpanes
Corded and Grass Skirts
Damask, Russia, and Bird-eye Diapers
3000 yards Cotton and Sheetings
Check, Hollands, Blue and Yellow Nankeen
Angola Cassimeres and Summer Cloths
Bead Reticules and Purses
Spool Cotton. Knitting ditto and Floss
Tapes, Pins and Needles
Also,
Dunstable and super Tuscan Bonnets, new
and handsome
With every article in the line, too numerous
to particularize in an advertisement; to all of
which tiny invite the attention of the citizens of
Alexandria and its vicinity, as they are deter
mined to sell low for cash. mar 2S
EARTHENWARE, CHINA, AND GLASS.
THEsubscriber has now open, and offers for
saie, a large and handsome assortment of
GOODS in his line, which he is anxious to dis
pose of at moderate prices. Among them are:
Blue, brown & purple Dinner Services
“ “ “ Plates# other table ware
“ “ “ Bowls, Mugs # Teaware
-t “ cc Ewers & Basins & Toi
let Sets
China Teasets and Cups # Saucers, plain and
nrilt
China Pitchers, Mugs, Bowls, &c. do do
India China Dinner Service, dishes and
plates extra
Cut and plain Hall and Table Lamps, great
variety
Cut, plain, pressed and moulded Glassware
Blue and green-edged, cream-colored, and
painted or enamelled Ware, in all their varieties
Stoneware of excellent quality, Alexandria
manufacture
Pipes in boxes, 3 gross each, English and
German
Black lead Crucibles; Cooking Furnaces
Furniture Knobs; Window Glass in half boxes
Cash sales being out of the question, a liberal
credit will be extended to punctual customers.
ROBERT H. MILLER.
Alexandria, 3d mo 27, 1831
GILT CHINA.
HC. SMITH has lately imported from
• France, via New York, and offers for
sale, a handsome selection of RICH GILT
FRENCH CHINA, comprising, among other
articles—
Richly painted and gilt Mantel Ornaments
Gilt Tea-sets, Inkstands, Cologne Bottles
Pitchers, Bowls, and Toilet-sets apr 1
PORTER AND WINE BOTTLES.
HC. SMITH offers for sale, at factory rates,
• 30 groce Quart Bottles
10 do Pint do apr J
FURNITURE.
STEPHEN S. SANGER, ^
IN tendering his sincere acknowledgements to
his friends and the public for past patronage
respectfully informs them that he still continues
io manufacture, and has now on hand,
BEDS, MATTRASSES, SOFAS &, CHAIRS,
And Cabinet Furniture,
of good materials and workmanship, which he
will dispose of upon reasonable terms.
The public are solicited to call, before they
purchase elsewhere, at his Upholstering and Ca
binet IVare-Room, on King street, between Co
lumbus and Henry streets, where he will satis
factorily execute all orders for articles in either
ofthe above branches. Repairs in either line
done neat, cheap, and expeditiously.
• pet 8—tf __
JEREMIAH W. SATTERWH1TE,
CABINET MAKER,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
the public generally that he has commenc
ed the CABINET MAKING BUSINESS, in
all its various branches, at the north corner of
King and Columbus streets, in the house for
merly occupied by James & Jacob Dougla#,
where he hopes, by perseverance and industry,
in connection with an experience in the above
business for the last eight or ten years, to merit
a share of public patronage.
His FURNITURE will be made by experien
ced journeymen, after the latest fashion, and in
the most durable manner, which he will warrant
to be equal to any manufactured in the District
of Columbia. _jan 2—tf
CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA MANUFAC
TORY.
JAMES GREEN, Cabinet Maker, has on
hand, and will constantly keep, at his old
ctnnrl rtn R Airnl ctropf A Ipvmulrifl and at till4
corner of Tenth street and Pennsylvania Ave
nue, Washington, a general assortment of the
most FASHIONABLE AND DURABLE FUR
NITURE, which he will warrant equal, if not
superior in quality, to any ever offered in the
District; consisting, in part, of
Grecian, winged and plain Wardrobes
Gothic, pedestal and plain Sideboards
Ditto, with cellarets and marble slabs
French and plain Bureaus
Dressing do with mirrors
Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Secretaries f Book
Cases
Pier Tables, with marble and mahogany tops
Pillar f claw Dining, Breakfast f Card Tables
Plain do do do do do
Ladies’ Work Stands; Shrving f Candle do
Wash Stands, with marble f mahogany tops
Grecian Sofas; Mahogany Chairs
Music Stools, Bidetts, Cribs, Cradles
Portable Writing Desks, &c.
Witli a general assortment of BEDSTEADS,
of ricldy carved Mahogany, Maple, and Stained
Woods. All of which will be sold as low, for
cash, as they can be purchased of the same qua
lity at any other manufactory in the Union.
Also,
An assortment of St. Domingo and Bay of
Honduras MAHOGANY, a part of which is
suitable for Handrails; Steam-sawed Curl and
Shaded Veneers; Copal Varnish of a superior
quality; Sacking Bottoms, Cords, &c.
TURNING and CARVING handsomely exe
cuted. aPr 3
SPLENDID FURNITURE.
CHARLES ICOONES, Cabinet, Chair, and
Sofa Maker, King street, next door to the
corner of Alfred street, has on hand, and con
stantly manufactures, a general assortment of
FASHIONABLE CABINET FURNITURE,
which, for elegance and durability, defies com
petition. His stock generally consists of
Grecian and plain Sofas, Couches and Lounges
Mahogany f all kinds of Drawing-room Chairs
Grecian, winged, and single Wardrobes
Pedestal end Sideboards, with marble tops and
mirrors
Gothic and various other ditto
Pier Tables, with marble and mahogany tops
Pillar and block Dining, Card and Breakfast do
Do do claw do do do do
Plain' do do do do do
Centric or Loo do
French and various other Bureaus, with and
without mirrors
Ladies’ Dressing Tables, with f without.mirrors
uo worKsianas ana ivjusic 01001*
Do and Gentlemen’s Cabinet, Secretaries,
and Book Cases
Washstands, with marble and mahogany tops
Richly carved and plain Mahogany, Bird-eye,
and Curled Maple and common Bedsteads
Cribs, Cradles, Candlestands; Shaving ditto
Portable Desks
And every other article in the Cabinet line.
Likewise,
MAHOGANY, of various kinds; steam-saw
ed, curl and shaded Veneers; Copal Varnish,
Sacking Bottoms, Cords, BEDS, MAT TRAS
SES, &c.
The above articles will be disposed of for cash
or to punctual persons on the most liberal terms.
A very extensive patronage from Washing
ton, induces me to say, that I will deliver Fur
niture to any purchaser in that city free of ex
pense. * apr 4
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
ent. feb 7 CHARLES BENNETT.
REFINED SUGARS.
RECEIVED this day, per sloop Miller, from
Philadelphia, Double and Single Loaf Su
gar, in boxes and barrels, for sale by
mar 18 A. C. CAZENOV E fo CO.
ALEXANDRIA MUSEUM
OPEN, daily, from 10 to 12o’clock A. M. and
from 3 to f> P M ian 24
* .
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
ALL of the growth of 1833, from the Boston
Horticultural and Agricultural Society, this '
day received per brig Alexandria, and for sale
cheaper than usual, by W. M. MORRISON, viz:
4 bushels early Peas (represented to be ex
ceedingly fine;
* 10 lbs. Eearly Turnip Blood Beet
12 do Long Blood do
6 do Early Horn Carrot do
10 do Long Orange do (fine for cattle)
10 do Early Dutch Parsnip
10 do Long Green Cucumber, for pickling
4 do Mangle Wurtzel Beet, for field culture
10 do Early Scarlet Short Top Radish
2 do Cherry Turnip do
100 do Early fine Gilmer Corn (yellow)
French Sugar Beet
Green Globe Savoy Cabbage
Early York do
Large Altringham Carrot(for field culture)
Early Cauliflower; Late do
Red Dutch Cabbage for pickling
White Solid Celery
White Portugal Onion
Double Curled Parsley; Squash Pepper
Summer Savoy; Large Cape Broccoli
Curled Cress, or Pepper Grass
Summer Spinach
Early Scollop Bush Squash
Do Long Wai ted do
Do Orange do
Canada do
Tomato, or Love Apple
The above, with a lot of Agricultural Imple
ments, such as Pruning Shears and Knives, Gar
den Hoes, Rakes, Cutting Boxes, Corn Shellers,
Transplanting Trowels, &c. &,c. apr 11
BOOKS.
CtHALMER’S Dictionary of the Bible, with
f the Fragments incorporated
Doddridge’s Family Expositor
Clarke’s Commentaries, 6 vols, Waugh &
Mason’s edition
n__i._•_ /» _ _ i
ol-uu a uwiuuiumdiii'M, u vujs
Do do 3 vois
Bickersteth’s works, complete, 1 vol
Parish’s Bible Gazetteer
Davenport’s do of U. S. and West Indies
Good’s Book of Nature
Scenes in North and South America and the
West Indies
Bennett & Tynnian’s Journal, 3 vols
Speeches <$• Forensic Arguments ofD.Webster
Eibles, quarto, fi le morocco gilt, plates
Do Pocket, gilt
Testaments, gilt clasp and plain
Methodist Hymns, calf plain and gilt
Life of Dr. Adam Clarke, complete, 1 vol
Banyan’s works, complete, 2 vols
Hannah More’s do 2 vols
Buck’s Theological Dictionary
Aids to Reflection; Wilson’s Evidences, 3v
Coleridge’s Essays; Dictionary of Quotations
Wittel & Smith’s Philosophy
Memoirs of Mrs. Huntington & Mrs. Judson
Commonplace Book of Prose and Poetry
Jay’s Exercises; do Prayers
Butterworth’s Concordance
Chalmers’ Discourses; Mihvright’s Guide
Lady of the Manor, 7 vols
Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, and Collins’
Poems, 1 vol; Memoirs of Benson
Splendid Albums; with a variety of other va
luable works, for private sale, low, by
apr9 GEO. WHITE.
PORTER AND ALE.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the pub
lic, that he intends keeping, through the
season, at his Cellars on Cameron street, oppo
site the Market, a constant supply of the best
bottled PORTER AND ALE, in large and
small bottles.
Private families and taverns supplied at the
shortest notice.
Orders from the country will be particularly
attended to—so as to ensure safe carriage.
The highest price given for empty bottles,
mar26—4m JOHN W. SMITH.
SHELL COMBS REPAIRED.
SHELL Combs, of all sizes, that have been
broken or injured, will be cemented or re
paired by the subscriber. Also, SHELL COMBS
made to order. JOHN CUDLIPP,
v/umci ui i\mg unu lvuyai streets,
mar 25—Sin_
CHINA AND EARTHENWAREh
HC. SMITH has on hand, and offers for
. sale on moderate terms, a full and hand
some assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND
EARTHENWARE.
China Tea Sets, plain <$• gilt, various patterns
Dinner Sets, blue, purple, and pink, printed
India China, in sets or separately
Lamps lor Passages, Tables, &c.
Castors, silver mounted and plain
Pipes by the box
Window Glass of every size
Stone Ware of an excellent quality.
TO LErI\
The HOUSE AND LOT cornering on
ftSlii. Washington and Cameron streets, opposite
the “ Old Church,” for many years in the occu
pancy of Capt. Morrill, who is about removing
to his new house. The premises here offered to
let will recommend itself to any genteel family
who wants such, and will examine it—possses
sion to be given 1st April. Inquire of
mar 12—dtf ISAAC ROBBINS.
* FRANKLIN HOUSE.
^ The above TAVERN has been rented by
feiiithe subscriber. It is well known as having
been long occupied by Mr. Augustine Newton;
is now in good repair, and every comfort that
the traveller needs cau be had. The Table is
everyday supplied with the delicacies, as well
as the substantiate of life. The Bar is well fitted
with the -best Liquors, and private parties can
be accommodated in the most delightful man
ner. JOHN WEST.
N. B. Beltzhoover’s Line of Stages arrive and
depart daily from this House; and GigSjJforses,
and Hacks, can ke had *n the most reasonable
tprm*. ney 5—d
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