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f^vS' " Ivivi ce qu'U fnnt, a/rive ce Vjil il pourra." alexandr-ia gazette PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDGAR SJYOW DEJY, xt3 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE HALT YEARLY. ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE (FOR THE COUNTRY) IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, AT 5 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Terms of Advertising:—Advertisements neat v and conspicuously inserted at tfie rate of one dollar per square for the first three insertions, uid twenty-five cents for every subsequent inser tion. A reasonable deduction will be made in ♦he case of yearly advertisers. %* All advertisements appear in both paoers. The Steamer COLUM BIA, Capt. James Mitch ell, having resumed her regular trips between Bal timore and the District of Columbia, will, until the 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 AND STARCH. * Hogsheads prime Porto Rico Sugar 0 10 boxes Colgate Starch, a prime article Just received and for sale by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, raay 14 Vowell’s wharf. YOUNG HYSON TEA AND MOLASSES. » Half Chests super Young Hyson Tea, Mor t) rison’s” cargo 5 hogsheads good quality Cuba Molasses This morning landing from schooner Presi dent, from New York, and tor sale by may u_WILLIAM N. McVEIGH. TEA,'COFFEE, AND BEEF •r Half Chests Young Hyson Tea *) "10 boxes Gunpowder and Imperial do ■ . « , , n •_- n_r IV umicis x i liiio ojtvi 10 bags Cuba Coffee Just received and for sale low by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, may 20 Vowell’s wharf. PORTO RICO SUGARS. Hogsheads superior Porto Rico Sugars, just 3 received and for sale by may 14 WILLIAM N. McVEIGH PLASTER OF PARIS. 1 9A Tons Plaster of Paris, on board brig 1 bd\J Wankinco, for sale by maysW. FOWLE & CO. FIGS. Drums Pulled Figs, of prime quality, just till received per brig Wankinco, from Bos ton, for sale by S. MESSERSMITH. may 8 ___ STARCH. Half-bbls. > First quality Philadelphia L1 25 boxes \ Starch Just received per sloop Statira, and for sale by may 7A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. ORANGES AND LEMONS. 200 fooTo Lemon? \in Prime order Landing from brig Token, Eldridge, master, from Boston, for sale by may 6 EDW’D. DAINGERFIELD. MOLASSES. 1 A Hogsheads Prime Molasses, just received lU per schooner Potomac, from New York, for sale by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, may 6 Vowell’s wharf. SALT. 9 AAA Bushels Striking and Packing, to close sales, will be sold at low price by SAM’L. B. LARMOUR & CO. may 5 MAHOGANY. | ft Aft Feet Mahogany, assorted, 3-8 to 2 * 1UIMJ 1-2 inches, and Scantling. Also, 2 boxes Veneers. Just received and fur sale by may 5 W\l. P. NUTT. PLASTER OF PARIS. 1 ftft Tons, the cargo of Brig Rover, from l bv kubec, for sale by A „ may 2 W. FOWLE & CO. youngISyson TEAS. £ ft Chests * Young Hyson Teas, Pro y” 20 half chests $ vidence’s” cargo, prime quality. Received per schooner Alex andria, for sale by . apr28 W. FOWLE & CO. PLASTER OF PARIS. rpHE cargo of Schooner Example, Captain 1- Haupt, from Lubec, of 210 Tons, for sale by apr 26_W. FOWLE & CO. RETAILING MOLASSES?” I Qft Hhds. i 16 tierces > Retailing Molasses 3 bbls. ) . , Received per schr. Boston, and this day land ing and for sale by W. FOWLE & Co. apr 26_(Intelligencer 3t)_ HATS! HATS! THE subscriber has an Extensive Assortment of EXCELLENT HATS, which he offers •o* sale, wholesale and retail, and will take Al exandria Bank paper, and the notes of any of ihe Banks of the District which have lately sus pended specie payment. jnay 9 _THOS L. MARTIN. SHELL COMBS REPAIRED. CHELL Combs, of all sizes, that have been broken or injured, will be cemented or re paired by the subscriber. Also, SHELL C OMBS ^de to order. JOHN CUDLIPP, Corner of King and Royal streets. roar 25—9m WILLIAM POWLE & CO. HA VE IX STORE, FOR SALE, Hhds. Muscovado Sugars & J 100 do Retailing Molasses Mbblsj* E-Rum 150 bags Rio Coffee 20 haH-tfhests | Young Hyson Tea 10 bbls Sperm Oil, fall strained 150 boxes Mould assorted > 30 do Spermaceti Randles 30 bbls “Winchester” No. 1 Boston Beef 100 boxes No. 1 Soap 1,000 casks Nails, assorted sizes 150 packages (all numbers) Colt/s Cot ton Duck 3-5 bales 3-4 4-4 “ Newmarket” Bro. Sheetings and Shirtings 100 coils Russia and Manilla Cordage 15 bales Bridport Shad and Herring Twine Cotton Twine 50 boxes Prunes 50 boxes Oranges and Lemons 50 baskets Champagne Wine 10 pipes Port Wine, of superior quality . 5 cases Men’s Shoes_may 8 BANK NOTES WANTED. IS. NICHOLLS wishes to purchase Bank . Notes of all the Banks which have stopped specie payment within the District of Columbia, and will give the highest prices in specie—80 to 85 cents.Washington, may 6—dtf GREAT BARGAINS TO BE HAD IN Cabinet Furniture, for Alexandria Bank Notes, at the corner of King and Columbus streets by ’ JEREMIAH W. SATTERWHITE, may 6—lm_ BANK OF ALEXANDRIA NOTES WILL be taken at par for FURNITURE, by JAMES GREEN, at his Establish ments on Royal and Fairfax streets, Alexan dria, and at the corner of C and 10th streets, Washington; where he has now on hand an ex tensive assortment of ELEGANT & PLAIN FURNITURE.apr 17 BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAD TIMBER. PROPOSALS for the supply and delivery of SAWED SCANTLINGS, of Yellow & Pitch Pine and White Oak, for that part of the Road between the Point of Rocks and Harper’s Ferry, will be received by the subscriber, at Ellicott’s Mills, Maryland, until the first day of June next. The Scantling must be full six inches square, of sound timber, free from windahakes, and clear of sap, except on one corner of each piece, where one inch of sap will be admitted. It must be at least twelve feet long, but may be longer, provided it is increased in' length by regular ad ditions of 4 feet, that is, it may be 12, 16, 20, so on, feet long, clear ofkerf. If two or more kinds of Timber are proposed for, the kind, quantity, and price of each will be separately stated.— Such as may be delivered by water will be de posited on the berm bank of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, at such point or points as the subscriber may designate; but if transported by land, the proposer will state the point or points on the line of the Rail Road at which he can most conveniently deliver it. One-third of the quantity proposed for to be delivered on or be fore the first day of August—one-third on or be fore the first day ofSeptember—and the remain ing third on or before the first day of October next, without fail. The Timber to be inspected on delivery, and approved by an Agent of the Company, before it will be accented and paid for. -About one hundred and thirty thousand feet lineal measure will be required in the whole, but bids will be received tor any quantity from one thousand feet upwards. Proposers in the Southern States, or on the navigable waters of the Chesapeake Bay, may avail themselves of thf* nupc:mpake and Ohio Canal from the Dis trict of Columbia, or of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road from Baltimore, as cheap and safe modes of transportation. Proposals may be transmitted to the subscriber by mail. CASPAR W. WEAVER. Ellicott’s Mills, Md. 29th April, 1834. may 1—tlstJune _ _ 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 JEREMIAH W. SATTERWHITE, 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 Douglas, where he hope9, 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 NEW GOODS. U c. SMITH has this day received from IkO LCBATES & HHDS. CHINA AND juJj EARTHENWARE, comprising a hand some variety of Goods, of the latest styles and patterns. These, together with his pre vious large stock on hand, aje oneieu lor sale at the lowest rates. aPr CABINET WORK. CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA MANUFAC TORY. JAMES GREEN, Cabinet Maker, has on hand, and will constantly keep, at his old stand on Royal street, Alexandria, and at the 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 Book Cases Pier Tables, with marble and mahogany tops Pillar <£ claw Dining, Breakfast^ Card Tables Plain do do do do do Ladies’ Work Stands; Shaving^ Candle do Wash Stands, with marble f mahogany tops Grecian Sofas; Mahogany Chairs Music Stools, Bidetts, Cribs, Cradles Portable Writing Desks, &c. With a general assortment of BEDSTEADS, of richly carved Mahogany, Maple, and Stained Woods. All of which will be sold as low, for I cash, as they can be purchased of the same qua lity at any other manufactory in the Union. • Al$o, 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 CA RVING handsomely exe I cutoffapr 3 SPLENDID FURNITURE. CHARLES KOONES, 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 coni | petition. His stock generally consists of Grecian and plain Sofas, Couches and Lounges Mahogany 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 j French and various other Bureaus, with and without mirrors Ladies’ Dressing Tables, with % without mirrors Do Workstands and Music Stools 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, Candfestands; Shaving ditto Portable Desks And every other article in the Cabinet line. Likewise, Mx\HOGANY, of various kinds; steam-saw ed, curl and shaded Veneers; Copal Varnish, Sacking Bottoms, Cords, BEDS, MATTRAS SES, &c. Thp 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 1 will deliver Fur niture to any purchaser in that city free of ex pense.apr 4 LEVI HURDLE, HAVING taken his brother, ThomasT.Hur dle, into partnership, will continue, at the ! old stand, south-west corner of King and Co | lumbus streets, to carry on their business as CHAIR MANUFACTURERS £ ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS, and where they will make, and keep constantly for sale, at fair prices, a general assortment of Grecian, Fancy, and Windsor CHAIRS. The public are respect fully invited to call and examine their present assortment. They feel assured that they will be found not to be inferior, either in the durability of their materials or the neat ness of their execution, to those of any other ma nufacturer in the District. I 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 District. CABINET, CHAIR, AND SOFA MANUFAC TORY. LEONARD O. COOK respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that he still continues to manufacture all kinds of CA BINET FURNITURE at his Cabinet Ware house on King street, next door to Mr. James Kerr’s Grocery-store,and also informs them that he has on hand, at his Cabinet Ware-room, on the north-east corner of King and Washington streets, where he intends keeping a constant supply of the BEST FURNITURE, made by the best workmen, and of the neatest fashions, which he will warrant equal to any ever offered in the District, which he will sell low for cash, or to punctual persons on the most accommo dating terms; and he hopes, by his punctuality and attention, to secure a part of the public pa tronage. Old, Furniture neatly repaired, and hand somely varnished. TURNING handsomely executed, and at the shortest notice. *** Furniture purchased at this Factory will be delivered free of expense any where in the JDistyrictv Alexandria, may 7 NEW DRY GOODS GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS. JUST opened, to-day, a handsome LOT OF GOODS, which makes our assortment ge neral. We shall continue to receive every week something new and desirable, which will be sold low for cash. We invite our lriends to call and examine our Goods. may 1_WM. H. MOUNT & CO. CHARLES BENNETT HAS imported, by the ship Herald, via Bal timore, and offers for sale— Shoe Thread in bales, superfine and common Cambric and Shroud Muslins Boys’, Misses’, and Ladies’ Cotton Hose, b st make Ladies’ Black Cotton, Random, Angola, and Silk Hose Men’s black Silk, mixed Raw Silk, brown Cot ton, and Random Half Hose English Galoons and black Lustring Ribbons Fine Linen Tapes, in great variety Clark’s Mile-End Spool Cotton Tailors’ patent Black, Blue and W. B. Thread 6-4 Book Muslins and Hdkfs, very fine Superfine white and printed Marseilles Vest ing, in small ends A few bales first quality Burlaps, 1, 2, 3, & 0 apr 29_ GEO. S. HOUGH IS now opening a considerable addition to his assortment received a few days since, among which are Super Italian Lustrings and Poult de Soie; Gros de Naps, Florences, and Sattins; 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; TTI • _ 1 11 I *1 TOt'll Tf /N j j T • i i i lam aim ennuiumeieu oijk nuse, cuuuu uiuu, for women and children; men’s Mixed do, very good; men’s and women’s super Hoskin Gloves; 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 t articles in his line, which renders his assort * merit choice and general.4 mo 23 SPRING GOODS. ( RECEIVED per schooner Washington, this day, a Further Supply of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. Among them are the following: 50 pieces blue, black, and fancy col’d Cloths Blue, black, and colored Cassimeres Merino and Vigonia ' do London Diagonal Stripe do Crape Camlets Black Circassians and Princettas English 4’- French bl’k Bombazines, very cheap 60 pieces 4-4 Irish Linens; among them some very fine, unusually low 1 30 pieces 5 S and 3-4 Lawns 10 do Irish Sheetings 6-4 and 10-4 Barnsley do Brown and bleached Russia do Uinnpro nnH Orasli Huckaback and 3-4 Diapers, for towelling 3-4 tine Bird’s-eye do G-4 and 10-4 Table do [some 8-4 and 10 4 do do Damask,very iiand Damask Table Cloths and Napkins Table and Piano Covers, new style, and very handsome 1 Brown Irish French Linens and Hollands Brown French and Russia Drilling New style Light Spring Prints Ginghams, newest style, in great variety 50 pieces Jaconet Cambric and Muslins 34 do Check Cambrics 40 do French and English Muslins, very handsome Plain and figured Swiss and Book Muslins Cambric Edgings and Insertings J Thread and Bobbinet Laces and Edgings Grecianett and Bobbinett; Bobbinett Footings Black Italian Lustrings, very cheap Black and blue black Poult de Soie j Plain and Figured Silks j Black Gro de Suise and Black Silk Muslins j 30 dozen Hernani, Crape, Gauze, and Silk , Muslin Fancy Shawls and Ildkfs , Green, white, and black Blond Gauze Veils, ' some very rich j Gauze, Cap, and Bonnet Ribbons Gloves of every description Cotton Hosiery, a large assortment, and very ( cheap French and English Silk Hosiery; some hand- j some embroidered and clock’d Bead Reticules and Belt Ribbons 1 1-2 to 22 Lustring Ribbons Black and colored Italian Crapes Linen Cambrics and Linen Cambric Hdkfs f Superior white and colored Marseilles Vesting j Parasols, a large assortment, and very cheap Silk and Cotton Umbrellas English and American Tuscan Bonnets 30 pieces 4-4 and 6-4 Canton Floor Matting, s superior quality, very cheap 20 bales Brown and Bleached Shtrtings and Sheeting* 5 do Cotton Ozna&urgs Penitentiary Plaids and Stripes Checks, Rouen Cassimeres, a variety of goods for boys Burlaps and Oznaburgs Canvass, Bleached Ticklenburgs and Ravens Duck. &c. 50 dozen Palm Leaf Hats, cheap With many other articles; all of which have been bought upon the best terms—and we are determined to sell as low as any House in the District. Our customers and the public are in vited to call and examine for themselves. We shall receive every week from New York further supplies of Goods. apr H W. H. THOMPSON & CO. 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 Satins 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 fr<*n Washington.) are now opening an elenant assortment of CHEAP, STAPLE, &, FANCY DRY GOODS, consisting, in part, of the follow ing, viz: 50 pieces blue, black, brown, mulberry, green, irab, and grey Cloths and Cassimeres 100 pieces, containing 2500 yards, Lustring, Uro de Naps, Poult de Soie, of a variety of co ors and figures Florences, Satins, and Satin Levantines Silk Velvets and Tabby ditto 1500 yards Ginghams, some very hand ome ind cheap 450 yards Painted Muslins, superior for cheap ness and beauty 3000 yards super Chintz and other Calicoes, )f ev£ry price 200 pieces Ribbons, and 20 setts Gauze ditto Twisted Silk Shawls, some beautifully em nroidered Do do Scarfs and Lace Veils, white, black, jreen, &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 Glloves, in great variety Ladies’ Parasols, some of a new style Gentlemen’s Umbrellas, do do, and commcm 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’ iretty Marseilles Guilts and Knotted Counterpanes Corded and Grass Skirts Damask, Russia, and Bird-eye Diapers 3000 yards Cotton and Sheetings Check, Hollands, BJueand 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 ind handsome With every article in the line, too numerous o particularize in an advertisement; to all of which they invite the attention of the citizens of \lexandria and its vicinity, as they are deter nined to sell low for cash._ mar 28 223 DOZEN PALM LEAF HATS, JUST received by the subscriber, and for sale, cheap, comprising various qualities ind prices._A. D HARMON. FRANKLIN HOUSE. 0k The above TAVERN has been rented by lilijLthe subscriber. It is well known as having )een long occupied by Mr. Augustine Newton; s nowr in good repair, and every comfort that he traveller needs can be had. The Table is ?very day supplied with the delicacies, as well is the substantiate of life. The Bar is well fitted with the best Liquors, and private parties can je accommodated in the most delightful man ner. JOHN WEST. N. B. Beltzhoover’s Line of Stages arrive and iepart daily from this House; and Gigs, Horses, md Hacks, can be had on the most reasonable ?rms nov 5—d PORTER AND ALE. THE subscriber respectfully informs the pub lic, that he intends keeping, through the ;eason, at his Cellars on Cameron street, oppo site the Market, a constant supply of the best xottled POKIER AND ALE, in large and >mall bottles. Private families and taverns supplied at tin shortest notice. Orders from the country will be particularly attended to—so as to ensure safe carriage. The highest price given for empty bottles. mar2«—4ra . JOHN W. SMITH.