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iPTCEiT If/ 1384. Sl&W SSmmSt T®i6. a-EP®. 8®8;, r©x»* aasKTjr, ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY EDGAR SWOWOEW, \r 3 D >LLAUS pi:h annum, payable hale yearly. A L E X ANTTr TT GAZETT E gg (ran run country> IS PUBLI*HEI> REGULARLY’ 0'S TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, vr 5 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 7V»w of Advertising:—Advertisements neat and conspicuously inerted at the rate of one foliar per square for the first three insertions, twenty-five cents for every subsequent inser t .,n. A reasonable deduction will be made in lue case of yearly advertisers. • * All advertisements appear in both papers. NOTICK. The Steamer vuhCM BIA, Capt James Mitch ell, having resumed Inr regular trips between Bal tiniore ana the District of Columbia, will, uiuu the 1st day of September, leave Baltimore for the District every Wednesday, at 4 o’clock, P. the District every . M and returning, will leave Washington a 6, and Alexandria at 7 o'clock. A. M. every Sun day, for Baltimore. Passage $2. mar 31—tf _____ LEMONS. I i'k/'k Boxes Lemons, in prime order. land m« !ro*n the brig Amulet, from Poston, tor .ale by 7y 3 KDVVD. PAINQERFIELP. FRESH TEAS. five catty boxes Young Hyson'l ; c ^ 10 five catty boxes Imperial J r* £ % Just received per brig Amulet, and for sale by jy 3 S. MKSSERSMli’H. St GAR, COt t KE, Ac. 2 Boxes Crushed Havana Sugar 2 hhds New Orleans do 5 bugs Green Coffee 400 bushels White Corn Just received, and on sale at the store on Ir vin’s wharf, by wI„„ jy 3 ANDREW J. FLEMING. GUNPOWDER TEA. | iN Boxes Gunpowder Tea, represented as it-f superior quality, landing from schooner Virginia, and for sale by }v3 WILLIAM N- McVElGH. FRUIT. Boxes Oranges " GO do Lemons Received per brig Amulet, from Boston, for sale by jv 3 W. FOWLE A CO. LEMON SYRUP. Boxes (one dozen bottles each) Burbeck's, a *J superior Lemon Syrup, a very desirable article for Temperance Societies, just received and for sale by ly 1 WILLIAM N. McVElGH. REFINED SUGARS. A fl Barrels Double and Single Loaf Sugar, landing from sloop Friendship, from Phi ladelphia, for sale by june -29 A. C. CAZF.NOYE A CO. BRAN AFLOAT. Bushels, on board schooner Whig, l O00 from Richmond, in lots to suit pur chasers, il applied for to-day or to-morrow, for sate by L. McKENZIE, Union wharf. June 25 DUCK. 5: Pieces Heavy and Light Ravens Duck, •9*3 received per schooner President, Kirt *and, from New York, and for sale by iune 25 L. McKENZIE, Union wharf. FRESH CHOCOLATE. \ FURTHER supply just received per brig Token, from Boston, and for sale by June 2.4 S. MESSERS.MITH. COFFEE. TEA, Ac. \\\ BagsGreenColfee • ivr io 13 lb. boxes Gunpowder "j 25 t> lb. 10 13 lb. 29 6 lb. do do do (►TEAS Imperial Hyson , Young Hyson J 2 cases ) . 2 kegs s Nutmegs and Cloves Received per brig Token, for sale by uine *3 W. FOWLE A CO. ST. CROIX SUGARS. "I /"i Hogsheads prime St. Croix Sugars, re eeived per schooner President, (or sale by ,unf>-3_ W. FOWLE & CO. SICILY MADEIRA WINE. I 0 10 half pipes i In«ham’s b,and Received per schooner President, for sale by _J,in*23 W. FOWLE & CO. POX TOBACCO AND MOLASSES, yii Boxes prime Plug Tobacco 10 hhds- Bright Retailing Molasses Ju^t received per schooner President from New \ ork. for sale low by LINCOLN CHAMBERLAIN, ■lin,? 23 Vo well’s wharf. - _ „ MOLASSES AND TEA. I Hogsheads Cuba Molasses 10 halt chests prime Young Hyson Tea .%• ,,a this day “Om sc hr. President, from 'N i ork. and for sale verv low bv jl,ne 23 WILLIAM N. MCVEIGH. ORLEANS MOLASSES. Hogsheads New Orleans Molasses, c P P™* quality, just received per schoonc President, from New York, for sale by —,une 23 CLAGETT & PAGE. ^ T> sr?AL leather. ,)(lO Ebs- Country Tanned Soal Leathe for sale at a very moderate price. 3 ROBT. H. MILLER. I FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE, i ^ Will be sold on reasonable terms, or ex I l^Echanged for other real property in the town, ! The three-stor> frame DWELLING HOUSE and LOT of GROUND, formerly occupied as I a tavern, situated at the corner of King and St. i Asaph streets. Being on the most public street in the town, it is a very desirable stand for bu siness. For terms apply to jv 3- tf CATHERINE BRAWNER. QUILLS! QUILLS! THE subscriber has just received a new stock of excellent Quills, ot all the different | numbers; which he offers for sale at extremely low prices, jy 2 AUGUSTUS JACOBS. NOW IS THE SEASON FOR using DR. WEDDERBURN’S STO MACHIC BITTERS, a grand restorative to health, and one of the grand preventives against Billions, Scarlet, and Intermittent Fe vers, and Cholera. The good effects of these Bitters can be proved by thousands. They are prepared and sold by him, at his Shop on King street, between Fairfax and Royal streets, one door above Morrison’s Bookstore._ CARRIOLE AND HARNESS. SECOND-HAND CARRIOLE, strong and well made, nearly new, with harness com plete, for sale by jy 2_GEO. WHITE. BOOTS, SHOES, PALM LEAF HATS, <fcc. JII. WHITE has just received, per sloop • St »tira and other arrivals, a very season able addition to his stock of BOOTS & SHOES, width enables him to offer almost every article .1 his line at the very lowest prices tor cash. A mo a? tiiem are— Men’s tine Pegged Summer Boots Do Pumps, various qualities, (some very ch«*p) Women’s Seal, Lasting Jc. Kid Slippers, do Do Leather Jellersons &. Slippers, do | Misses’ Children’s Shoes, various qualities Fine Palm Leaf Hats, broad rims, (an ex- I eclient article) Coarse do do do A lot of HAIR TRUNKS, cheap SCy* Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Boots and Shoes, of all kinds, made to order, of the best materials and workmanship._june 19 j MISSING 4 BOX OF MERCHANDIZE, marked Geo. j Kyle, care of J. D. Kerr, Alexandria, was -hipped from Baltimore on the 26th April last, and is supposed to have been delivered impro perly to some other person. If such a Box should be in the possession of any person that may have received goods by the steamboat of that day, or j may have any knowledge of such, will please give information to any of the Agents of the Baltimore Steam Packets, or to the subscriber. Alexandria, june 12 P. WHEAT. WHEAT FANS, &c. LG. & H. GRISWOLD have now on hand, • and will constantly keep, or manufacture to order, at their Establishment, corner of King and Alfred streets, a variety of Dutch and Eng lish improved WHEAT FANS; Cockle, Cheat, and Rolling SCREENS, for Flouring Mills; Window Screens, Riddles, Sifters, Mil. Shakes, Straw Cutters, and Safes; all of which they will dispose of upon the most reasonable terms. They guarantee them to be made of the best materials and workmanship; and hope, by con stant attention to business, to gain a share of the public patronage. Flour manufactures and Wheat Fan makers will find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call. A boy is wanted; as apprentice to the above business, 16 or IT years old, of good and steady habits. N. B. Repairing done on the shortest notice. ?Lj* TURNING in Wood, Iron, and Brass, may 2$— ly_ '___ JEREMIAH W. SATTERWHI I E, CAH I SET 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 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 EXHIBITION OF J. G. CHAPMAN’S PAISTISGS. 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 end Catalogue - 25 cents • Ticket's for the season - - 50 cents In a short t ime several of the Paintings will be removed to give place to additions that will be made to the collection. apr 10—tt 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, mar 26—4mJOHN W. SMITH. HATS! HATS! ~ THE subscriber has an Extensive Assortment of EXCELLENT HATS, which he offers for sale, wholesale and retail, and will take Al exandria Bank paper, and the notes of any of the Banks of the District which have lately sus pended specie payment. TH. L. MARTIN, june 1 REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust from the Bank of Alexandria to the subscribers, for the purposes therein mentioned, the following de scribed PROPERTY will be sold, on reason able terms and liberal credit: The WHARF and LOTS OF GROUND on the south side of Cameron street, now in the oc cupancy of Mr. Benjamin Waters. mx The WHARF, WAREHOUSE, &c. cal ffla led Tucker’s. MA three story Brick DWELLING HOUSE and LOT OF GROUND, on the west side of Water street, between Cameron and Queen streets. MThe Brick DWELLING HOUSE on the north side of Cameron street, between Fair fax and Royal street, occupied by Mrs. Mills. M The BRICK BUILDING at the intersec tion of Cameron and Fairfax streets. tThe four-story Brick WAREHOUSE on Ramsay’s wharf, occupied by Messrs. B. ?at &^on and Mr. Thomas Sanford. The ACRE LOT and BRICK HOUSE, _with several out-houses, on Washington street, in possession of Thompson F. Mason, Esq. The large WAREHOUSES at the cor 1M ner of King and Columbus street, and an excellent FRAME DWELLING HOUSE ad joining. mk A HOUSE and LOT near the “ Village ’’ liila formerly owned by Mr. P. G. Marsteller. A VACANT LOT on the south side ol Prince street, near Pitt. A DWELLING HOUSE and LOT F _GROUND on Pitt street, opposite St. Paul’s Church, formerly owned by Mr. Gurden Cha pin. A vacant LOT OF GROUND on Water street, opposite the Farmers’ Bank. A FARM in Fairfax County, Va. called the “ Meadows,” containing 275 acres. Ahotl.or FARM in said County, called “ Lo max” or Turkey Cock Run,”—352 acres. One olher FARM, called Willow Spring,” near Centrevilie. Three small TRACTS OF LAND on Mount Vernon Road, containing, together, 307 acres. Particulats wiP be given on application to Mr. Isaac Robbins, at the Bank of Alexandria; and proposes for »ny part of the property, directed to the subscribers, will be answered by GF.OKGE BRENT, A BF.NJ. WATERS, ! Trustees " WM. II. MILLER, > 1 rusiees, WM. C. GARDNER june'lS—!f J FOR SALK OR RENT, A convenient three-story brick DWEL _LING HOUSE on Duke street, in com plete repair, having a Carriage House and other out.houses attached to it. It is in a pleasant and healthy part of the town. As the subscriber is desirous of selling out ber STOCK OF GOODS, she offers them at redu cod prices. REBECCA TAYLOR. tl^r She also offers for hire, bv the year, a valuable^MAN SERVANT. june 13-dtf FOR SALE OR RENT, ■j* A small two-story FRAME HOUSE and LOT on fiueen street, between Washington and St. Asaph streets. To a good tenant the rent will be made low. Inquire of may 20-tf CHS. A. NEWTON. TO RENT, A convenient BRICK DWELLING _HOUSE on Henry street, with a large LOT attached. Also, one on Alfred street. The rents low, and immediate possession given. Ap ply to may 10 _W. FOWLE. STORE TO RENT. The STORE and CELLAR on King-st., _near Fairfax, lately occupied by Aaron D. Ilarmon as a Shoe Store, is now vacant. It will be rented to a respectable tenant upon ve ry moderate terms, and possession immediately given. SAM’L. B. LARMOUR A CO. 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 ottered 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 phiin Bureaus Dressing do with mirrors Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Secretaries $ 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; Shaving Candle do Wash Stands, with marble $ mahogany tops Grecian Sofas; Mahogany Chairs Music Stools, Bidetts, Cribs, Cradles Portable Writing Desks, Ac. With a general assortment of BEDSTEADS, 1 of richly 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, Ac. TURNING and CARVING handsomely exe cuted. _aPr ** _ WHITE LEAD. qaa Kegs Pure White Lead, Lewis’ brand, for sale by June 6 W. H. MILLER. NEW DRY GOODS A FURTHER SUPPLY OF N E \V AND CHEAP GOODS. WILLIAM H. MOUNT & C<5. are this mor ning opening the following articles, viz: 5 pieces Ituliun Lustrings, best quality 10 do figured Gro de Nap, very handsome 6 dozen green, white bl’k Blond Gauze Veils 6 do assorted colors Blonde Gauze Hdkfs 5 do green and white Gauze Veils 10 do best quality Ladies’Gloves 6 do fancy Twisted Silk Hdkfs 6 do do do do Shawls 10 pieces Plaid Muslins, new style 0 do Ginghams, do do 6 dozen white English Silk Hose 3 • do Ribbed do do 3 do plain black do do 6 do Linen Cambric Hdkfs G do Hem-stitched do 6 do colored borders do 3 pieces white Drilling, best quality 3 do brown do do 2 cases Corded Skirts 3 dozen Grass do Together with a general supply of DOMES 1 IC GOODS;, all which, for the cash, will be ncommonly cheap.jy 1—tf CHARLES liENNETT 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, best 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 w’hite and printed Marseilles Vest ing, in small ends A few bales first quality Burlaps, 1, 2, 3, & 0 a pr 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 «le 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; A'igonia 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 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 Bombazctte 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 Osnabutgs; Fancy Hair Brushes; colored and white Knitting Cot ton; Knotted and Mersailles Guilts; Silk Velvets, nil colors; black Tabby do., some very good; Corded Skirts; a beautiful assortment of Tus can, Cahmenta, 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 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 cul’d Cloths Blue, black, and colored Cassimeres Merino and Vigonia do London Diagonal Stripe do 1 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 30 pieces 5 8 and 3*4 Lawns 10 do Irish Sheetings 6-4 and 10-4 Barnsley do Brown and bleachen Russia do Russia Diapers and Crash Huckaback and 3-4 Diupers, for towelling 3-4 fine Bird’s-eye do 6-4 and 10-4 Table do [some I 8-4 and 10-4 do do Damask,very hand Damask Table Cloths and Napkins Table and Piano Covers, new style, and very handsome . „ Brown Irish f French Linens and Hollands Browm 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 Thread and Bobbinet Laces and Edgings Grecianett and Bobbinett; Bobbinett Footings Black Italian Lustrings, very cheap Black and blue black Poult de Soie Plain and Figured Silks Black Gro de Suise and Black Silk Muslins 30 dozen Hernani, Crape. Gauz**, and Silk Muslin Fancy Shawls and Hdkfs Green, white, and black Blond Gnuz^ Veils, some very rich Gauze, Cap, and Bonnet Ribbons Gloves of every description Cotton Hosiery, a large assortment, and very cheap French and English Silk Hosiery; some hand 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 Hdkfe Superior white and colored Marseilles Vesting 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, superior quality, rerv cheap 20 bales Brown and Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings 5 do Cotton Oznanurga Penitentiary Plaids and Stripes Checks, Rouen Cassimeres, a variety of goods for boys Burlaps and Oznaburgs Canvass, Bleached Tickleoburgs 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 14 W. H. THOMPSON & CO. DRY GOODS, BONNETS. LEGHORN 4 HATS, STRAW MATTING, Ac. SUPER and Common Prints, Corded Skirts Ginghams; Vestings, French Linen Boxes Spool Cotton Ladies’ white Cotton and Men’s Rib*d Hose White and mixt do; Bukley Hdkfs Straw Bonnets; Tuscan do Men’s and 4-4 And 6-4 Stra* iorn Hats _Matting With sundry other articles, just opened aud for sale by june 27 GEO. WHITE. RENOVATING LIQUID, Hr,‘pared and sold by R. S. BERNARD, Drug gist, Norfolk, Virginia. RECENT DISCOVERY.-R. S. Bernard’* Renovating Liquid, for extracting all kinds of Oils, Paints, Tar, and Grease, from the mo*t delicate colored Silks, Satins, Cloths, Bomba* zines, or Velvets, without injuring, in the least, tbeir color or texture. • No danger need be apprehended in using it upon the finest and most delicate Silks—nor U it like the soaps so commonly advertised in our day, w hich, by removing one evil, almost in variably produce another of double size; nor does it require the preparatory means of all other renovators—such as hot irons and the like. Only a little clean w’ater, according to the direction, is wanting. Oil or Grease of any kind can be extracted from the most delicate colored carpets, without the usual trouble of taking them up. If used according to the directions, it will at once ex tract every particle of grease from tbe finest Cloth, or most delicate Silks, without injur ing in the least the color or texture. The subscriber has appointed Wilmam Starler, Druggist, Alexandria, his Agent for selling the above article. ROBERT S. BERNARD, 6th mo 26_ _Norfolk, Va. FR \NKLIN HOUSE. a The above TAVERN has beenrented by the subscriber. It is well known as having been long occupied by Mr Augudinc New to:: is now in good repair, and every comfort »h:*> the traveller needs an be bud. Th* Tabb :z everyday supp'd-'d with the delicacies, a:, v.-v*, a» the substantiate ol iilt. The Baris wvii fitted with the best Liquors, and private panics can be accommodated in the most delightful man ner. JOHN WEbT. N. B. BcPzhoover’s L'ne of Stages arrive and depart daily from this House; end Gigs, Horses, and Hacks, can be had op the most reasonable erms nov 5—d SPLENDID FURNITURE. • CHARLES KDONES, Cabinet, Chair, and Sofa Maker, King street, next door to the corner of Alfred street, hus 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 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 mirroia Do Workstands ana Music Stools Do and Gentlemen’s Cabinet, Secretaries, and Book Cases Woshstands, 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; Copnl Varnish, Sacking Bottoms, Cords, BEDS, MATTRA*.' SES, <fcc. The above articles will be disposed of for cos', or to punctual persons on the most liberal term 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 e\ pense aP!