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SXANDRIA: Y MORNING, APRIL 23, 1834. MR. PRESTON, which a number of the young Men a gave on Friday last, to Senator brilliant and satisfactory festival, at the Washington Hall, four hundred gentlemen sat down i Cope, Esq. presided, assisted by •esidents. Immediately at the right at Colonel Preston, Mr. M’Duffie, tlayor Swift, General Duff Green, Secretary of the Treasury, Hen President of the Common Coun dhews, and Mr. Jones, of South ton, Mr. M’Duffie, Mr. Sergeant, e delivered very cogent and ex 5 pier of History.—The following *’ ae from the President of the United States * the Senate, was received and read in that bo 4 at the opening of Monday’s sitting; To At Senate of the United States: flavin* reason to believe that certain passa ge contained in my Message and Protest, trans lated to the Senate on the 17th instant, may ? misunderstood, I think it proper to state that not my intention to deny, in the said Mes ! 'the power and right of the Legislative De nartment to provide by law for the custody, safe Lnirnr, and disposition of the public money and property ot the United States. Although I am well satisfied that such a con ... ic nnt warranted bv any thing contain ed in that Message, yet aware, from experience, that detached passages of an argumentative document, when disconnected from their con text, and considered without reference to previ ous limitations, and the particular positions they f were intended to refute or to establish, may be made to bear a construction varying altogether from the sentiments really entertained and inten ded to be expressed; and deeply solicitous that my views on this point should not, either now or hereafter, be misapprehended, I have deemed it due to the gravity of the subject, to the great interests it involves, and to the Senate, as well as to myself, to embrace the earliest opportuni ty to make this communication. I admit, without reserve, as I have before done, the constitutional power of the Legislature to provide by law the place or places in which the public money or other property is to be de posited; and to make such regulations concern ing its custody, removal or disposition, as they may think proper to enact. Nor do I claim for the Executive any right to the possession or dis position of the public property or treasure, or any authority to interfere with the same, except when such possession, disposition, or authority, is given to him by law; nor do I claim the ri ht in any manner to supervise or interfere with the person entrusted with such property or treasure, unless he be an officer whose appointment, un der the Constitution and laws, is devolved upon the President alone, or in conjunction with the Senate, and for whose conduct he is constitution ally responsible. As the Message and Protest referred to may appear on the Journal ofthe Senate, and remain among the recorded documents ot the nation, I am unwilling that opinions should be imputed to me, even through misconstruction, which are not contained in it; and more particularly am I solicitous that 1 may not be supposed to claim lor myself, or my successors, any power or au thority not clearly granted, by the Constitution and laws, to the President. I have, therefore, respectfully to request that this communication may be considered a part of that Message, and that it mray be entered therewith on the Journals of the Senate. ANDREW JACKSON. April 21, 1834. Mr. Poindexter has modified his resolution that the President’s Protest be not received, so as to read as follows:— Resolved, That the President, in transmitting the paper which he did to the Senate, on the 17th instant, which he requested to be placed on its Journals, as an Executive Protest, against a Resolution passed by the Senate, made a com munication not authorized by the Constitution, nor warranted by that mutual interchange of communications which the discharge of official duties render necessary and proper between the Legislative Departments of the Government. Rtsolvedy That the President, in the paper above referred to, assumes powers in relation to the Senate not authorized by the Constitution, and calulated, in its consequences, to destroy that harmony which ought to exist between the co-ordinate Departments of the General Go vernment; to interfere with the Senate in the discharge of its duties; to degrade it in the pub lic opinion; and finally, to destroy its indepen dence, by subjecting its rights and duties to the determination and control of the Chief Ma gistrate. Resolved. That the communication of a pa per of such a character, with the declarations t‘iat accompanied it, is a plain, an open breach uf the constitutional rights and privileges of the Senate, and that it cannot be received by the body, without a surrender of the just powers confided to it by the Constitution, in trust, to se cure the liberty, and promote the prosperity of t!»e$e States, and which the members are bound to maintain under the sacred obligations of an oath. Resolved, therefore, That the paper be not re eved by the Senate. Vm Beaumont, the surgeon, who a few months sun* published a work, setting forth his experi ments upon the 9tomach of a patient, to which had direct access by means of a shot wound, has recently visited Boston with the same pa and exhibited the wonderful and satisfac tory operations to the College of Physicians in that city. The Medical Journal observes: u The parts appear precisely as discribed in work, but present a color of brighter red uan had been led to anticipate. So curso ry a view of this most extraordinary case serv ed, it is true, little other purpose than to gratify v’ety laudable curiosity, since there was no toe to repeat any of Dr. B.’s experiments. Cold ater, which the young man drank in abun ance passed, freely through the orifice of his jUe» and a probe, with half its length in the sumach, exhibit very clearly the peculiar move-' toont of that organ. The facts stated by Dr. ! •1 ^ convei*sing on this case, led us to con •tode, that the subject has been by no means ex hausted in his published volume, but the pro fession may yet anticipate some further light on the functions of the stomach, from the inves tigations which it is his intention to pursue, for several years, with the aid of his Canadian pa tient” ___ Chesapeake and Delaware Canal—The Ce cil Republican of Saturday says:—A gentleman from the vicinity of the Canal has informed us that this morning about three o’clock the Bank of the Canal across Broad Creek gave way and left the bed thereof perfectly clear of water.— The damage is incalculable; the Banks and Two Path having in consequence fallen in at several other places. Five vessels are lying in the Canal at Cheseapeake without a drop of wa ter, and many others may be in a similar situa tion east thereof. We learn from the Cecil (Md.) Republican that George Stebbings, who was sometime since arrested, and against whom the Grand Ju ry of that county had found a bill, charging him with the murder of Evelina Cunningham, in 1825, was tried last week and acquitted. The editor intimates that the Verdict of acquittal does not harmonize with public opinion, and promi ses a full report of the trial in his next paper. Stebbings immediately after his discharge, in consequence of this acquittal, was arrested and committed to jail, on a charge of stealing lum bei—where, it is w’as thought, he would have to remain until the sitting of the County Court in October next. Rhode Island Election.—An Election was last week held in the State of Rhode-Island, for Go vernor ot the State, and Members of the Legis lature. Governor Francis, (Administrative and Anti-masonic,) is re-elected by a majority of something more than a hundred votes. Last year, his majority was 749. There is a gain to me vpposiuon 01 seveiui mciuunsui uic nwusc of Representatives: the Senate doubtful. It is understood that, before the Election, Governor F. declared himself to be decidedly opposed to the recent measure of the Executive.—Ara*. Int. DIED, On Monday, 21st inst., in Georgetown, D. C. Mrs. Ann Riordan. “Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies. She stretcheth out her hand -to the poor; yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy. She openeth her mouth with wisdom, and in her tongue is the law of kindness. Her children arise up and call her blessed.”—Prov. Chap. 31. On Thursday the 10th instant, at his residence in this county, Mr. William S. Summers, aged 37 years. Mr. S. had been actively engaged in business in this county for several years, and had secured to himself the confidence and es teem of a large circle of friends and acquain tances. He "possessed a quick and vigorous mind, and a heart “ open as day to melting charity.” He has left to his children their best inheritance, an honest name; and to his family and friends, the only consolation which could alleviate their grief, an assurance that he is hap py in another and a better world. His last scenes furnished the most triumphant evidence of the sufficiency of the Christian’s hope, to sus tain us, in the last fearful hour, and light us safe ly to the chambers of the grave. Perhaps no individual ever gave more satisfactory evidence of his acceptance with God, or afforded a more striking exhibition of his sustaining goodness. His protracted sufferings, he bore with remark able patience and resignation, regarding them only as the necessary inconveniences of his journey to the skies, and finally expired without a struggle or a sigh. “ Death’s but the path that must he trod, If man would ever pass to God.” Kan arch a Banner. m ship news, mt PORT OF ALEXANDRIA, D. C. Arrived, April 19, Schr. Leo, McKinney, Turks Island, 30 days; salt to Joshua Yeaton. Schr. Mary Eliza, Clark, East Port; plaster to J. & W. H. Irwin. Schr. Hope, Beetly, Petersburg; pine wood to Geo. Johnson & Co. Capt. Taylor, of the sloop Union, from Alex andria, bound to Philad. reports that the bank of the Upper Level of the Chesapeake and De laware Canal gave way on Saturday morning about 3 o’clock, and that nearly all the water had run out, which had rendered the Canal im passable. The Union will be compelled to come round by sea.—Phil, paper. —. ^ 1 r * l \ A T n 1 a m rv A nn 1U tvivo lOLAi>L» Oflbi nruuni. -g ► Aig Bushels Turks Island Salt, cargo of British schooner Leo, for sale in lots. Apply to J. YEATON. apr 23—6t__ “ BERMUDA ARROW ROOT, &c~ | r* Boxes Bermuda Arrow Root JL O 1 cask Old Copper Just received and for sale by apr 23—6t J. YEATON. LATHS! LATHS! EIGHTY Thousand good quality Laths, just received and for sale, very low, by apr 23_WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. SODA WATER. THE subscriber has his Fountains in com- j plete order, and will warrant his SODA WATER to be as highly charged with gas, and in every respect equal to any in the place. He solicits a share of public patronago. WM. HARPER, Druggist, Alexandria. P. S. Just received, a general supply of Drugs and Medicines, together with all such articles as are usually found in a Drug Store; all of which* he warrants equal in quality, and as low in price, as any in the place. W. H. ! apr 23—eo2w __ NOTICE. rpHE Mechanic’s Bank is removed to Fairfax JL street, one door north of the Second Pres byterian Church. Office hours every day (ex cept Sundays) from 10 to 12 o’clock. THOS. VOWELL, Cashier. TO RENT; ata A large BRICK STABLE, on Fayette fjfolstreet. Apply as above. apr 23—w3w__ ST. UBES SALT, AFLOAT. THE cargo of the brig Pembroke, Meacom, master, from St. Ubes, of Bright Salt. Ap ply to apr 15 W. FOWLE & CO. VIRGINIA ELECTIONS. Fairfax. S. M. Ball elected. Ball (Anti-Jackson) 214; Daniel (Jackson) 153. Henrv. Peyton Gravely (Anti Jackson) elected. Petersburg. J. T. Brown (Anti-Jackson) elected. Franklin. Holland and Wade (Jackson) elected. Botetourt. Wilson and Miller (Jackson) elected. Matthews & Middlesex. Matthews has voted. Todd (Jackson) ahead. Russell. Hopkins (Jackson) elected* NOTICE. JURORS and Witnesses who served at Octo- 5 ber Term, 1833, in the Circuit Court for the . County of Alexandria, are requested to call at j the Marshal’s office, on Washington street be tween the hours of nine and three o’clock, for Payment. D. MINOR, D. M. apr. 23 For A Hunter, Marshal. DMAW8 TO-MORROlV~ Literature Lottery of the State of Delaware, Class No. 17 for 1834, Will be drawn in Wilmington on Thursday, April 24 HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000! Tickets $3 00; halves 150; quarters 1 25. V lrginia state lottery, For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy, Class No. 3 for 1834, Will be drawn atCatts’ Tavern, West End, on Saturday, April 26 1 prize of *$20,000 1 prize of $2,000 1 do of 5,000 1 do of 1,500 75 Capital Prizes of $500! &c. Tickets $4 50; halves 2 25; quarters 1 12 To be had in a variety of numbers of J. W. VIOLETT, Lottery and Exchange Broker, Near the corner of King and Fayette Streets, _Alexandria. D. C. " DRAWS TO-MORROW Literature Lottery of the State of Delaware, Class No. 17 for 1834, To be drawn at Wilmington,Thursday, April 24 HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000. Tickets $3 00; halves 1 50; quarters 0 75 DR A WS ON SA TURD A Y Virginia State Lottery, For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy, Class No. 3 for 1834, To be drawn at Alexandria, Va. on Saturday, April 26 1 prize of $20,000 1 prize of $2,000 1 do of 5,000 1 prize of 1,500 75 prizes of $500! &c. &c. Tickets $4 50; halves 2 25; quarters 112 1-2. To be had in a variety of numbers of J. CORSE, Lottery Exchange Broker, Alexandria. D R A WS TO-MORRO W Literature Lottery of the State of Delaware, Class No. 17 for 1834, To be drawn at Wilmington,Thursday, April 24 HIGHEST PRIZE $10,000. Tickets $3 00; halves 1 50; quarters 0 75 Virginia State Lottery, For the benefit of the Monongalia Academy, Class No. 3 for 1834. To be drawn at Catts’ Tavern, West End, on Saturday, April 26 1 prize of $20,000 1 prize of $2,000 1 do of 5,000 1 prize of 1,500 75 capital prizes of $500! Tickets $4 50; halves 2 25; quarters 1 12 On sale in great variety by JAS. RIORDAN. Uncurrent Notes and Foreign Gold pur chased^___ FOR PHILADELPHIA. The packet sloop MILLER, David Teal, s aH**:master, will sail on Thursday. For freight apply on board, or to apr 22 STEPHEN SHINN, Janney’s wharf. FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER, The Brig RUB Y, Captain Leavitt, a ^7-v^fTQod vessel, of about 1000 barrels, now ready to load for any port, nor 21A. C. CAZENOVE CO. FOR HALIFAX. The fine British Schooner CARRIBOO. H. Doane, master, will have despatch, and take 300 barrels on freight. Apply to apr 18W. FOWLE & CO. GENESEE FAMILY FLOUR FOR sale by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, apr 22 Vo well’s wharf. IN E W MAKiVUi 1 UUUL»». A Xk Uales 3-4 and 4-4 Newmarket Brown 4:1/ Sheetings and Shirtings, landing from schr. March, for sale by apr 21 W. FOWLE & Co. N. E. RUM. Hhds. Boston Rum, in store and landing Oil from schr. March, for sale by apr 21 W. FOWLE & Co. ORANGES AND LEMONS. Boxes Oranges 50 do Lemons, for sale by apr 21 W. FOWLE & Co. MERCER POTATOES, SPARS & LUMBER Bushels Mercer Potatoes 1,000 inches Spruce Spars 15,000 feet White Pine Lumber Received per schr. Sophronia from Bangor, Me., and for sale by J. YEATON. apr 21—3t __ PLUG TOBACCO, &c. •J pz Boxes Plug Tobacco, prime quality 1 tX 1 case Hats 2 casks Sperm Oil 5 boxes Souchong Tea 12 jars Rappee Snuff' Just received, and for sale by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, apr 2r Vowell’s wharf. PLUG TOBACCO. -g X Boxes prime Plug Tobacco, 12’s, landing X J from schr. Columbia, and for sale by apr 21_WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. GENESEE FLOUR. A FURTHER supply of this prime article, j for family use, (Red Beach brand) for sale by STEPHEN SHINN, apr 21 Janney’s Wharf. CONGRESS. After the presentation of some memorials, the question of order, relative to allowing Mr. FOR SYTH to introduce the whole of the President’s Protest as an amendment to Mr. POINDEX TER’S resolutions,—by that means getting it inserted on the journals,—was debated by Messrs. POINDEXTER, CALHOUN, CLAY, CHAMBERS, WRIGHT, and others; Mr.KING, of Alabama, in the Chair. Before the question was taken on this question of order, the Senate adjourned. In the House of Representatives, Mr. POLK, from the Committee of Way3 and Means, re ported a bill providing for the disposition of the public money in the State Banks, &c. The appropriation Bill was then taken up, and discussed till the House adjourned. NEW GOODS. GEO. S. HOUGH IS now opening a considerable addition to his assortment received a few days since, among which are Super Italian Lustrines and Poult de Soie; Gros de Naps, Florences, and S.attins; black Satin Levantines, (cheap); Fancy Gauze Bon net and Cap Ribbons; Mantua ditto of all co lors and widths; colored Cambrics; Bonnet do; real Grass Cloth, for summer wear; brown French Linens; white and colored Drillings, some super; Vigonia and Summer Cloths; Las ting and Circassians; Russia, Damask and other Diapers; soft dressed Irish Linens; Linen Cambric; ditto Hdkfs; Fancy do., in great va riety; French and English Ginghams; a beauti ful assortment of Painted Muslins and Chintzes; Plain and Embroidered Silk Hose, Cotton ditto, for women and children; men’s Mixed do, very i • 1 1 TT 1 /~i 1 goon; men s anu women s supei nosKiit uuuves; long white do; Hildick’s Spool Cotton; white, green, and black Blond Veils; Vesting; white and striped Satteen; fine black Bombazette and Bombazine; Umbrellas and Parasols; Stripes and other wear for boys; Bobbinette and Gre cianette; Feather and Leaf Fans; blue and yel low Nankeens; super Pongees; Bandanna and Flag Hdkfs, some super; Brown Hollands and Lawns; brown and white Russia Sheetings; Irish ditto; Burlaps and Osnaburgs; Fancy Hair Brushes; colored and white Knitting Cot ton; Knotted and Mersailles Quilts; Silk Velvets, all colors; black Tabby do., some very good; Corded Skirts; a beautiful assortment of Tus can, Calimenta, Berlin and English Dunstable Bonnets; very tasty Patterns; Artificial Flow ers and Sprigs; super olive, brown, mulbery, black, blue and dalia Cloths: with most other articles in his line, which renders his assort ment choice and general. 4 mo 22 ~ COTTON YARN, DOMESTIC*PIECeT” GOODS, &c. THE subscriber, having made arrangements with the proprietors of the Occoquan Fac tory for the sale of their GOODS, offers, on fa vorable terms— 40.000 lbs. Spun Cotton, various Nos. Carpet Chain, Batting, and Seine Twine a constant supply of which will be received, and their well known high character still maintain ed. Orders from Merchants, town and country, will be executed at Baltimore prices, for arti cles of like good quality. Also just received from the Eastward, for sale low, by the package or piece— Domestic Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings Bed Ticking Calicoes, some new style and beautiful French Black Silks L. P. Madeira Wine, old and very superior, in qr. casks and cases of 1 and 2 dozen 34 hhds Pennsylvania Whiskey JAMES W. SCOTT, Union street, apr 21 —tf PAINTED MUSLINS—NEW STYLE CA L1COES, GINGHAMS, TWISTED SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, &c. &c. A LOCKWOOD has just received a well /V. selected assortment of New and Handsome SPRING GOODS. Purchasers are invited to call and view them. apr 10—eo7t WILLIAM STABLER HAS received the following articles, with others, in addition to his stock, viz: Fresh Chamomile Flowers Soda for Washing; superior Sal ^Eratus Butler’s Magnesian Aperient Moxon’s do do Best Honduras Sarsaparilla Best Jamaica Ginger, bleached, in race and powder Best Turkey and India Rhubarb, in root Washed Sponge; Evans’s Lancets; genuine White Mustard Seed, very superior and fresh, for medical use Camel’s Hair Pencils, long and short, superior Pure English Mustard Opium, Turkey and Egyptian Bermuda Arrow Root Griffiths’ Adhesive Plaster, spread English do do do Fine Flake Manna; Prepared Charcoal Spanish Flont Indigo Pearl Tapioca, a beautiful article Salad Oil, fresh Sheet Gum Elastice, for Rheumatism Silver grain Cochineal Calcined Magnesia, (English) Do do do heavy Do do Henry’s Acidulated Lemon Drops. (English) Ginger, Peppermint, and Fruit Lozenges (do) Dr. Ambler’s Tooth Powder Low’s Double Distilled Lavender Water, a very superior article, (English) Au assortment of NEW CHEMICALS, viz: Strychmine, Morphine, Quinine, Iodine, &c. N. 13. SODA WATER, carefully prepared by W. S. with apparatus of the best construc tion, may now be had, and will be kept running throughout the season. Particular attention is paid to the Syrups, which are formed of the best materials. _4th mo 22 YOUNG HYSON TEA. •1A Half-chests Young Hyson Tea, Sabina’s cargo, received per schr. Columbia and for sale by STEPHEN SHINN, apr 21Janney’s Wharf. FRENCH INSTRUCTION. MR. GUEGAN respectfully informs the lov ers of his native language that he teaches t in this town—to Young Ladies at the Semi naries of Mrs. E. C. Porter and Misses Muir— :o Young Gentlemen at the Alexandria Board ng School of Mr. Benjamin Hallowed—and at private dwellings to pupils forming themselves nto classes of two or more. Plis terms are >6 per quarter. • City Hotel, January 8—w3w AUCTION SALES~ MARSHAL’S SALE. WILL be sold for cash, on Saturday, the 10th day of May next, at 11 o’clock, all the right, title, and interest, of Peter Hewitt and Jane Moxley in the following Property, to wit' jm One LOT, with a two-story Brick HOUSE JUthereon, now occupied by Hugh Leddy, si tuated on Royal street, between King and Ca meron streets, 24 feet on Royal street, and run ning westwardly 124 feet. aAlso, one other FRAME HOUSE and MLOT, now occupied by the said Jane Mox ley, situated on the east side of Pitt street, and binding on the said Pitt street 22 feet, and run ning eastwardly 114 feet 5 inches, to a nine feet alley. The above property is sold to satisfy a judg ment due Tench Ringgold, for the use of Ashby and Stribling, plaintiffs, against Peter Hewitt and Jane Moxley, defendants. C. SCOTT, D. M. apr 9—eots For H. Ashton, late Marshal. ICE! ICE! ICE! rriHE subscribers for ICE are respectfully in X formed that I have commenced delivering Ice, corner Prince and Fairfax streets, from sun rise one hour, and from 12 o’clock, meridian, till 2 o’clock P. M. Occasionally a cart will deliver Ice though the town in the evenings. Tickets now ready. TO LET fjk The STORE corner Prince and Fairfax ^streets. Also a very comfortable Dwelling House on Duke street, at present occupied by myself. Possession may be had immediately, apr 22—3tCHARLES MURRAY. TO RENT, And possession given on the \st May next. The DWELLING PART of the HOUSE lilFl of the late Mechanics’ Bank of Alexandria. It is pleasantly situated, and conveniently ar= ranged for the accommodation of a genteel fa mily; with a good Stable, Carriage House, &c. &c. For terms apply at the Office of the Fire Insurance Company of Alexandria, apr 9—eotf FOR RENT, The three story lire proofWAREHOUSE corner of Prince and Union streets, now occupied by the subscriber. If not rented be fore the 1st-of May, it will then be offered for rent at public auction. JOSEPH H. MILLER, apr 9—eotlstMay __ HOUSE FOR RENT. MThe HOUSE lately occupied by Mr. Tho mas Brocchus, deceased, on Queen street, between St. Asaph and Pitt streets. A large Garden and fine Lot are attached to the same Rent moderate. Apply to mar 31—w3w JOHN T. O. WILBAR. FOR NORFOLK The Steamer COLUM BIA, Capt. James Mitch ell, will leave Lambell’s wharf, Washington, at 1, and Thompson’s wharf, Alexandria, at 2 o’clock P. M. on Friday, the 25tb instant, for Norfolk; and returning, will leave Norfolk on Sunday, the 27th, at 9 o’clock, A. M. Passage and fare 8 dollars. ICt3 The COLUMBIA will leave the District of Columbia for Baltimore on Monday, the 28th instant, at 8 o’clock, A. M. apr 21—t25th BOOTS AND SHOES AD. HARMON has just received, by schr. • March, from Boston, a further supply of CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES, viz: Gentlemen’s Sealskin and Morocco Boots, suitable for summer wear Gentlemen’s fine Calf &. peg’d Bootees “ common lined and bound do “ fine Pumps and Shoes Ladies’ Lasting and Sealskin Slippers “ cheap Leather Shoes and Pumps apr 21 U. S. BANK BILLS, OF $100 and under, for transmission, may be always obtained of apr 21_JAS. RIORDAN, VENETIAN CARPET,~~ OF good quality, full yard wide, warranted colors, and for sale, at manufacturer’s pri ces, by apr 18GEORGE WHITE. IRON CHEST. N excellent Iron Chest, complete, of medium size, for sale by GEORGE WHITE, apr 18 _ HORSE TO HIRE. 1HAVE a first rate RIDING HORSE to hire to careful persons. apr 21—3tTHOS. MONROE. POST OFFICE, > Alexandria, D. C. April 18, 1S34. $ THE Western Mail, via Middleburg, Win chester, &c. will hereafter close on Sun days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 9 o’clock, ivi., ana arrive on ivionaays, i nursaays, ana Saturdays, about 1 P. M.apr 21—3t JAMES S. GUNNELL, M. D. DENTIST; RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens and visitors of Alexandria that he may be con sulted at Mr. A. Newton’s Hotel on the first and third Wednesday in every month, from 9 o’clock A. M. until 2 P. M. All letters addressed to Dr. G. at his Office, between the United States’ Bank and the President’s House, Washington City, or left at Mr. Newton’s Hotel, Alexandria, wlli be punctually attended to. jan 2—eWedtf__ Cotton yarn. OA Bales Cotton Yarn, assorted numbers, for sale, at reduced prices, by apr 21A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. WHITE LEAD. ~t AA Kegs pure white Lead, M. & S. N. A vfU Lewis, brand, for sale by apr 21W. II. MILLER. CUBA COFFEE. ~i Bags prime Cuba Cofree, just received A U and for sale by apr 19 WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. PRIME SUGARS. 23 3*tierces \ Primc West India Suears | 60 tons Plaster of Paris Received perschr. Carriboo, Capt. Doane, from Halifax, for sale by W. FOWLE & Co. apr 18 CUBA COFFEE. OfC Bags, just received and for sale by apr 18 L. McKENZIE, Union wharf. FINE SALT! OAA Barrels of Fine Blown Salt, of best quality, for sale low. apr 18 A. C. CAZENOVE <$: CO _ /'