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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
F.DGIR SXatVDEJS',
,TS 1K.LLAK, PER AN NCR. PAY.U1LE HALF YEARLY.
ALEX ANFrI A G A ZETTE
(roil THE COUNTH >)
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TTFSDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY,
At 3 DOLLARS rEK ANN EM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Thrifts of .llvertisinz:— Advertisements neat
ly and conspicuously inserted at the rate of one
ioii.ir per square for the first three insertions,
uni twenty-five cents for every subsequent inser
tion. A reasonable deduction will be made in
,k„ case of yearly advertisers.
V All advertisements appear in both papeis.
FOR AMSTERDAM.
The superior coppered Ship l l/rui
^ v/ t C W. Ti hnkk, master, will sail about
ST,f October, and take 200 hogsheads of to
bacco or small stowage on freight, on which an
advance will bo made if^“^XE^CO.
Alexandria, Sept. 9, 1934.
mSALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER,
The Brig 1LEX 1SDltlA, 200tons bur
tU^then. a staunch, goo,l vessel, about two
years old, a fast sailer, and in order'for anv yoy
■;1„e. Sppt 9 A. C. CAZE,NO\ L & CO.
FOR BOSTON. _
The Schooner MOL.W I l-/<*AO.\,
J!£>Zenas Marston. master, will have des
patch, ami take 500 barrels on freight. For
terms apply to the master on board, or to
HKNRYD AINGERFIELD.
ILRXANDR1A AND NEW ORL ANS
PACKETS.
trK Bri" TKIBUSE, Captain Smith, and
tWBng CSC AS, Captain Boish, will resume
their regular trips on the 20th of October; one of
which will leave this port every thirty days
throughout the shipping season. They are ves
sels of the first class, commanded by experien
ced masters in the trade, will at all times go up
the Mississippi by steam, and every exertion
used to promote the interest of shippers and
comfort of passengers. Apply to the captains
on board, or to
FRANKLIN & ARMFIELD.
aug 3ft—t20thOct _
NOTICE.
The Steamer COT*CM
III 1. Capt. James Mitch
ell, having resumed her
regular trips between Bal
timore and the District of Columbia, will, dur
ing the season, leave Baltimore for the District
of Columbia every Saturday, at 4 o’clock, P.
M.; and returning, will leave Washington at 6,
and Alexandria at 7 o’clock, A. M. every Wed
nesday, for Baltimore. Passage
sept 18—tf__
FOR NORFOLK.
The Steamboat CUE
SAFE. 1 AT, Capt. Wilson,
\%ll be run as a regular
packet between Alexan
dria ami Norfolk; leaving Alexandria on Tues
days and Fridays, at 1 o'clock, and arriving in
Norfolk in time to put passengers for Richmond
on board the Patrick Henry.
Returning, leave Norfolk on Wednesdays and
Sundays, at 2 P. M.. taking passengers from
the Patrick Henry, and arrive at Alexandria on
Mondays and Thursdays, at 10 A. M. Pussen
c*ts for Baltimore can be carried through the
same day.
Par** from Alexandria to Norfolk, SO, exclu
su t'ot iiieab. or ST, meals included. From Nor
|l,'kto Baltimore, SS, exclusive of meals; S9,
meals included.
1 he Chesapeake is a new-Boat, particularly
adapted to this route; is coppered, copper-fas
’eivd, has a strong copper boiler, and is, in all
respects, entitled to the confidence of travellers.
Parties of pleasure and families will only be
> uarged $3 for the trip to Norfolk or Old Point
and back. % j. WILSON, Captain.
**pt u-tr
10
^PLASTER PARIS AFLOAT.
\ ,,ons' tar-° of schr. Potomac, from
S. for sale bv
S. MF.SSERSM1TH.
RIO COFFEE.
*pt -♦>
:)() I’just received, and for sale by
st>pt^6 s. MESSER SMITH.
CORN.
Rusl'^s of Corn, (or sale by
A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
ti n t. molasses.
IIHI hogsheads Retailing Molasses
tY . 4 h°e^Mds K. E. Rum
L,„jin c~rs° °* schooner Julia Ann, this day
and‘n{r, fur sale by
W. FOWLE & CO.
17
SUGAR
bv
Hop heads prime Porto Rico Sugars,
‘nduiir from schr. Mount Vernon, tor
'('Pt -1 W. FOWLE & CO.
2000
CORN.
Bushels Yellow Corn
1000 do White do
In 1VW «o " mte do
i f"r sale bv
--St?- STEPHEN SHINN, J
Jannev’s wharf
lO|lVSTER PAR1S AFLOAT.
10 I 4 Pjastt‘r, the cargo of the schoon
er,, -»er ’’ Henry, lor sale by
'-L'- S VIL'OCPUCM
S. MESSERSMITH.
))A p'V^^R PROOF cement.
*U r,,^5 Rosendale Hydraulic Cement, just
an<l^r sale by
XmC?.- ROBERT H. MILLER.
-■Tient m lnV)nials of the high character of this
m may be seen at my store. R. H. M.
SPERMACETI OIL AND CANDLES,
rtx Barrels and ten tierces Sperm Oil, war
ranted pure
50 boxes Sperm Candles
Received per the Mount Vernon, for sale by
sept 25 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
MACKEREL.
0 4 Barrels No. 2 and 3 f Mackerel
30 half bbls No. I and 2 S JuacKcrel
Received per .schr. Mount Vernon, from Bos
ton, for sale by LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
sept 24Union wharf.
SHOT.
^ Bags Shot, all sizes, just received from
the Phoenix Shot Tower Company,
Baltimore, and for sale by
sept 23 S. MESSERSMITH.
335
SEED WHEAT.
75
Bushels prime White Wheat, for sale by
sept 23_SAM’L. LINDSAY.
PLASTER OF PARIS.
-g Tons, the cargo of the schr. Edward,
lOU for sale by W. FOWLE & CO.
1G
SUGARS, MOLASSES, TEAS, &c.
Hhds N. O. and prime St. Croix Sugars
12 do N. O. English Island Molasses
7 boxes prime white and brown Havana
Sugar
3 do Lump Sugar
12 half chests Y. H. Gunpowder Teas,
of prime retailing quality
10 bags Porto Rico Coffee
2 dri African do
1 bale hiirh flavored Mocha do
3 bags old Java do
5 frails Almonds
4 bales English Walnuts
0 kegs Malaga Raisins
2 bags Pimenta
20 dozen Corn Brooms
10 boxcsMould Candles
18 do Plug Tobacco, (12*s)
1 case English Mustard
5 boxes Chocolate
10 bbls Prime Pork, (N. Y. City Inspec
tion)
10 do No. 1 Boston Beef
7 casks superior Goshen < ’heese
Now landing from on board schr. President, i
from New York, and will be sold on reasonable
terms, bv ANDREW J. FLEMING,
sept 20 On Irwin’s wharf, j
RIO COFFEE, PEPPER, GINGER, ROCK
CANDY, &c. &c.
•r Rags prime scented Rio Coffee, part green
Ovf 10 kegs Ground Pepper
10 do Ground Ginger
10 boxes Mustard, part halflb canisters
5 boxes Fell’s Extra No. 1 Chocolate
10 boxes fine Rock Candy
sept 19 SAMUEL L>. LAKMOUR & CO.
SUGARS, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, &c.
(\A Hhds Orleans and Porto Rico Sugar -
l White and brown Havana do
30 barrels S
80 hhds l New Orleans and West India
30 bbls ^ Molasses and Neuvitas Syrup, a
superior articie
110 bags Coffee, Rio, Cuba, Green Porto
Rico, Maracaibo, Liberia and Java
100 chests, half chests and boxes Teas,
Gunpowder. Imperial, Hyson. Young
Hyson, and Pouchong, chiefly very
late importation and fine qualities
00 barrels superior Old Whiskey, part 5th
proof Old Monongahela
2 hogsheads Cherry Bounce
Wines, Liquors, and general Grocery assort
ment, as usual. For sale.
septS SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
NOTICE.
A LL persons are hereby forewarned from
hunting, shooting, or in any manner what
soever trespassing upon tlie lots or lands be
longing to either of the subscribers, situated
northwest of Alexandria, south of the town and
south of Great Hunting Creek; as they are de
termined to put the law in force against any of
fenders. JAMES L>. KERR,
sent 27 N. R. F1TZHUGH.
TO JOURNEYMEN CORDWA1NERS.
ONE Journeyman Boot Maker, one upon
Shoes, and one upon Ladies’ work, will find ;
employment by applying to !
sept 25 J. U- *V til 1
TIMOTHY SEED! TIMOTHY SEED!
rp||K subscriber lias just received Jrom the •
JL upper country a supply of New 1 imotliy j
Seed very clean and heavy, which he offers for
s.do. sept 24_JAMES P. KERR. j
LOOKING GLASS PLATES.
JUST received, and for sale by the dozen or
single one. Looking Glass Plates of the fol-;
lowing sizes: l f by 10; 33 by 13; 24 by 14; 30
by 18; 20 by 15. Any other sizes, as large as 36 i
inches by 20, can be procured in a short time, if
wanted 9 nu> 22d _It, II. MILLL1L
CHINA.
INDIA China Dinner Setts and pieces separate
French China Tea Setts, broad gold band
English do do plain enamelled.
very cheap. Just received and for sale by
9 mo20 R. H. MILLER.
ASTRAL AND MANTEL LAMPS.
JUST received, a small but neat assortment of
Astral Lamps lor the Centre Table j with
Mantel Lamps ) plain
or rich cut glass shades
Suspending ami Wall Lamps for shops or
churches; with a variety of Glass Lamps, plain
| and cut. 9 mo 20th R. H. MILLER.
WHEAT.
I WISH to purchase Wheat in Alexandria;
also at the Triadelphia Mills, situated three
miles front town, on the Little River Turnpike
Hoad. SAM’L. LINDSAY,
On Union, between King and Prince sts.
Griswold's celebrated Wheat Faun for
• sale as above. Alexandria, August 6.
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in the Post Office, Alexandria,
I). CM October 1, 1834.
513* Persons applying for letters in the fol
lowing list, will please say they are advertised,
or they may not get them.
A
John J. Armstrong—2 Dan’l F. Allison
Dr.Rich’d B. Alexander Jas. H. Anderson
Thos. D. Allen
B
Peter Barrett
Mrs. Ann Beetley
Henry Boyer
John Bontz
Thomas Berry
Thomas Burns
Mrs. Betsy Bolls
Miss F. Blenkinsop
John Brotherton
Wm J. S. Botaler
Miss Eliza C. Black
Mrs. Thomas Berry
Mrs. Ann Booth
Thomas Cobb
Henry Christ
George Courtney
Moses 0. B. Cawood
Peyton B. Crouch
C
George Carson
William Clagett
Joseph Crook
Antonio Catilino
Charles Carrington
D
Rev. Ch. B. Dana 2 Mrs. Maria H. Dain
Major Bladen Dulany gerfield
Neale Davidson Miss Cordelia H. Dyer
Miss Margaret Deakins John Davis
James Dunlap
Mrs. Mary Evans
Joseph Ford
Mrs. Ann Foote
Dr. A. Gillispie
Thomas M. Haslip 3
Thomas W. Ilclleu
Abraham Hason
Mrs. Hipkins
Horatio G. Harbin
William Evans
F
Mrs. Albert Fairfax
Mons. Goumast
H
Miss Mary A. Harris
Nehemiah Hicks
Hezekiah Hannev
B. W. Hunter, U.S N.
0. Humphrey
John & Dan’l Hughes James Harris (ferryman)
Godfrey Jos. Hartbarcer
Wm. Howard
Miss Ann F. Hill
Robert F. Honing
Benj. J. Johnson
Miss Jarboe
J
Mrs. Ann Jeffries
K
John king
John 11. Kidwell
George Knapp
Patrick king
Mrs. Mary Keating
L
Mr. Lcgg
Sarah Logan
Richard Lloyd
Win. N. Mills 2
John J. McGregor
M
Capt. David Loring
John Lanphier
James Lyles
John Manery
Capt. Geo. McKenzie
Mrs. Sarah A. Manley James Morrison
William W. Marriett A. H. McCean
John Mills ‘2
Capt. Alex. Nickols
Wm. F. Purcell
Sarah Potter
Mid. Robert Patton
Wm. B. Price
Edward A. May
N
Tlieoph. Noland
P
Mrs. Elizabeth Powell
Samuel S. Price
Jeremiah Prime
Miss Elizabeth Rotcli
Capt. C. Robinson
David Reddick
Q
Jacob Queen
R
Edgar A. Richardson
Patrick 0. Reed
Isaac Rollins
S
C. C. Stuart, Jr.
Mr. Sears
Mrs. Mary Stallings
Thomas Smith
James Senter
T
Mrs. Sarah A. Towning
Jonathan Tippitt
W
rhomas N. Williams 2 Miss Elizabeth Wood
Lucy Ann Wiseman Benj. Wallers
- J. H. Wilson
Peggy Wyatt
Isaac Wood
Mrs. E. Sherren
Delia Stewart
Robert Stephens
Mrs. M. A. Stewart
D. W. IL Smith
Wm. Thompson
Wm. Taylor
James Whitham
Wm. Wolling
Dr. Geo. Winslow
Willis L. Williams
ort 2— It
V
Miss Marv Yost
D. BRYAN, P. M.
LAND FOR SALE.
A TRACT OF LAND in the County o
Prince William, Virginia, called “ Hazle
Plain.” containing about 550 acres.
A TRACT, adjoining the above, called
“ Brown’s.” containing about 40S acres.
A TRACT on Bull Run, containing about
1075 acres. „ , .. _.x
A TRACT on Cedar Run, called Fitz
hugh’s,” containing about 575 acres. .
A TRACT on Sfixter’s Run, containing about
910 acres. . .
A TRACT called “ Champs,” containing765
U'a TRACT in Fauquier County, called
“ Hale’s,” containing about 1400 acres.
With several smaller TRACTS, containing
from 100 to 250 acres.
On all these Tracts are good and sufficient
Dwelling and Out-Houses.
All of which will be sold on favorable terms,
upon application to Bernard Hooe, Esq. or the
subscriber, in Alexandria^ h POWLE.
WASHINGTON & ALEXANDRIA TLKN
PIKE STOCK.
I AM authorized to sell 22 Shares, of $50 each,
Washington and Alexandria Turnpike Road
Stock. Dividends for the last year seven per
cent. ROBERT H. MILLER.
Alexandria, 9th mo lb, 1834.
NEW GOODS
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received a large supply of Fall and
Winter Goods, which will be sold unusually
l)w, viz:
50 pieces blue, black, brown, claret, green,
mulberry, olive, mixed and drab Cloths
and Cassimeres
5 pieces Wilkins’ super 8 4 twilled Cloth
5 pieces Petersham, some extra
10 pieces real Goat’s Hair Camblet
100 do Sattinetts
1 truss, containing
70 pair 9-4 to 14-4 Hose Blankets
GO pieces white, yellow, and red Flannels,
some very fine
20 pieces 6-4 French Merino
20 do do English do
30 do black and colored Circassians and
Bombazets
20 pieces black Bombazine, very cheap
5 do 5-4 French do
30 do Furniture Calico
15 do Twilled do a new article
20 do Oil-dressed do
SO do Fall Prints, in great variety
6 cases low priced Calicoes
10 pieces black Gingham
10 do Extracted do
5 do Plain do
50 dozen white and black, silk, worsted, and
cotton Hosiery
Gent’s Lamb’s-wool Hose and half Hose
Do do Shirts and Pants
1 bale Russia Diapers
1 do Crash, for Towelling
Damask Table Cloths, Diapers, and Nap
kins, very cheap
Bird-Eye Diaper
Russia Sheeting and Brown Holland
Irish Sheeting, some 12-4 wide
30 pieces Irish Linen
100 do Cotton Fringes
50 lbs white, black, and brown Thread
100 do Orrell’s Cotton Balls
50 dozen Parsons’ Spool Cotton
Gilt, Pearl, and Bone Buttons
Furniture Binding
Madras Handkerchiefs; Prussian Shawls
30 pieces Linen and Linen Cambric Hdkfs
6 dozen Hemmed-stich do do
5 do Colored Bordered do
Bishop’s Lawn; Mull, l%in and Figured
Book and Swiss Muslins
Plain and figured Bobinet and Grecinnnet
Bobinet f Greciannet Footings \ Edgings
Thread and Cambric Edgins Insertions
20 pieces assorted colored Crapes
10 do black Italian Crape
10 dozen Corded Skirts
Ladies’ best Kid, Beaver Silk Gloves
Gent’s Buck, Beaver, Kid, Berlin, and
Worsted Gloves
10 pieces black and colored Silk Velvet
5 do Tabby Velvet
20 do duilted, Valencia, Satin-faced, and
other Vestings
30 do Silk Handkerchiefs
6 do plain India Silk do
Black Italian Cravats
Bombazine, Silk, and Velvet Stocks
Silk, Elastic, and Nett Suspenders
5 dozen black ahd colored Bead Bags
20 do figured, watered, $ velvet Belting
50 pieces Lutstring Ribbons
200 do David’s best Galoons
Jaconet Cambrics, Jaconet Muslins. Plaid
Muslins, Cambric f Furniture Dimity
15 pieces Curtain Muslins
20 do damask and watered Morcans
10 do new style Cotton, very handsome
Also,
20 pieces plain and tig’d Silks, very rich
20 do black Italian Muteoni Lutstrings
5 do Gro de Indies
Gro de Constantine, pink and white
5 pieces black Mode
G do English SilkJSerge
20 do Florences and Satins
Black Lace Veils
G doz Blonde Gauze Veils and Hdkfs
Hernani and other Fancy Shawls Hdkfs
Thibet Shawls and Hdkfs. in great variety
Merino Shawls, Scarfs, and lldkfs
Cashmere do do do
10 doz Thibet Baragc Hdkfs
Together with a general assortment of Brown,
Bleached, and Colored Domestics.
A l#o,
2 caseslar«'e braidcottage-*hape Dunstables
sept 26 WILLIAM H. MOUNT & CO.
8300 REWARD.
ESCAPED from Fairfax Jail, on Sunday
night last, three Negro Men—GEORGE,
a mulatto, 32 years old, about 6 feet high: JO
SHUA, a dark mulatto, 22 years old, about 5
feet 10 or 11 inches high; has lost a finger from
one of his hands: BILL, or RILL\ &TEEL,
30 or 35 years old, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high,
dark complexion, stout made; a cook and gar
dener by profession. Bill was recently pur
chased from Daniel F. Dulany, of this county.
George, who is a good carpenter, cooper, and
rou'di shoemaker, we purchased from Mr. John
DulTn also of this county: George has a white
wife living in Alexandria, where we think he
will make some short stay, and then endeavor
to "et to some free State, perhaps accompanied
by'his wife. Joshua was purchased from Col.
YVm. Elzey, of Leesburg, Loudoun county.
The above reward of 3 hundred dollars forall,
or one hundred dollars will be paid for each or
either of said negroes, if taken in uny free State
so that we get them again; or twenty dollars
for Bill, and liny each for George and Joshua,
if taken elsewhere. C. P. POOL,
JOHN H. POOL,
Fairfax Court Iluuiic, Vu.
sept 24—tf_[Nat. Intel. 4t]_
WHEAT RYE, AND WOOL.
kURCHASED by
sept 26 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
AUCTION SALES.
BY WILLIAM D. NUTT.
B
PUBLIC SALE.
\ a virtue of two several deeds of trust re
corded in the U. S. Circuit Court for the
County of Alexandria, Lib. O, No. 2, fol. 99, and
k'k. It, No. 2, fol. 52,1 shall, on Wednesday, th^
20th day of November next, offer at public saltf*
for cash, A LOT OF GROUND in the town of*
Alexandria, beginning 57 1-2 feet from the cor
ner of Princess and Union streets; thence South
with Union street to Conway’s line; thence East
with said line, and parallel to Princess street,
into the River Potomac; thence North with the
River to the line of John Adam; thence with his
line to the beginning.
Should the proceeds of such sale be insuffi
cient for the purpose of the trust, I shall then
proceed to sell, for cash,
1. A LOT OF GROUND on Water and
Princess streets, 118 feet on H ater street, and
136 on Princess street.
2. A LOT opposite the same, (1) on Prin
cess street and an alley, 48 feet by 46 feet.
3. A LOT OF GROUND on Oronoko st.,
being 1-4 of a square, running through the cen
tre to Pendleton street, and opposite the late
Mordecai I\lillpr*s flakp TTnncn
4. One hnlfofan undivided HALF SQUARE,
less sixty feet, on Oronoko, Royal, and Pitt
streets, where the old Catholic Chapel stood,
and opposite Hollinsbury’s late brick yard.
5. A LOT OF GROUND on Jl’olfe street,
opposite the residence of John C. Vowell, and
fronting on If olfe and Pitt streets, 1-8 of a square.
The sale will commence at the first mentioned
piece of property, and will then proceed on the
premises of each lot as advertised.
Should the sale be prevented on that day, it
will take place the next fair day, and be con
tinued from day to day until finished.
W.Vl. LUDWELL HODGSON,
sept 24—GOd Trustee.
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
THE subscriber, having been appointed by
the Superior Court of Fairfax County, Va.,
to act as Trustee, under a deed executed on the
3d January, 1821, by the late George Mason,
Esq., of Gunston, will, with the consent of the
family of Mr. Mason, offer at public sale, for
cash, at Mr. Samuel Catts’Tavern, West End,
near Alexandria, on Wednesday, 22d Oct. next,
at 11 o’clock, A. M., a part of THE SER
VANTS conveyed in said deed, consisting of
FOUR MEN AND ONE WOMAN.
RICHARD SMITH, Trustee.
sept 20—dts WM. D. NUTT. Auct.
HOUSE, FURNITURE, & ORNAMENTAL
CARVING.
WD. MINTON, having commenced the
. above business, on King street, a few
doors below Washington, (in the house occu1
pied by Mr. James Carroll,) is now ready to ex
ecute, with the utmost neatness and despatch,
and on the most accommodating terms, ail or
ders in the above business.
N. II. The subscriber having had an extent
sive practical knowledge of the above business,
in most of the larger cities and towns in the
United States, is with the greater confidence
prepared to recommend himself to the public,
sept 9—3mW. D. MINTON.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
TR AY-ED away on the Gth inst. a large dark
^ red and white COW, with a bell and the
subscriber’s name on the collar. Said cow came
from Loudoun about two months since. 1 will
pay the above reward on the delivery of the cow
to me, in Alexandria.
sept 17_ STEPHEN SHINN._
BUENOS AYRES HIDES,
OF good quality, for sale by
__sept i7 A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
CASH FOR 400 NEGROES,
INCLUDING both sexes, from 12 to 25 years
of age. Persons having likely Servants to
dispose of, will find it to be their interest to give
us a call, as we will give higher prices in cash
than any other purchaser who is now, or may
hereafter, come into this market.
sept 1 FRANKLIN & ARMFIELP.
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
- v The above TAVERN has been rented by
iliflthe 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 can be had. The Tuble is
everyday supplied with the delicacies, as well
as the substantial of life. The liar is well fitted
with the best Liquors, and private parties can
he accommodated in the most delightful man
ner. JOHN WEST.
N. B. Beltzhoover’s Line of Stages arrive and
depart daily from this House; and Gigs, Horses,
and Hacks, cun be bad on the most reasonable
terms nov 5—d
TO THE GREAT FALLS.
^4 i ne uanai
PP= Packet Boat
\jmGEOROE
WAS HI SO
TON has commenced her regular trips, on
Tuesdays a^d Fridays, for the Great Falls or
Crommelin, starting from Frederick Street
Bridge, (Georgetown) at 8 o’clock, A. M., and
returning the same day at or before sunset. Fare
to and from Crommelin, 50 cents.
The Canal is now in tine order, and Hip coun
try presents a beautiful appearance. I’o those
who arc fond of a short excursion, and desire
a short relaxation from business, a trip to the
Great Falls offers a most delightful treat.
Parties, on any other days of the week,
can be accommodated, by giving a short notice
or application to the proprietor, living on ThirtJ
street, Georgetown. Z. M. OFFUTT.
BLANKS AND PAMPHLETS
»,.l. n-^u -s

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