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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
EDGAR SJVO W DEJV,
aT8 DOLLAR* PE* ANNUM. PAYABLE HALF YEARLY.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
A Vo/f THE COUSTR I-)
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
TUESDAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY,
dollars per annum, payable «n advance.
Tirmt of Advertising:—Advertisements neat
■ and conspicuously inserted at the rate of one
‘fXr per square for the first three insertions,
and twenty-five cents for every subsequent inset -
£TA reasonable deduction will be made in
*r# case of yearly advertisers.
A|i advertisements appear in both papers.
FOR AMSTERDAM.
The superior coppered Ship
■pMVfi c W. Turner, master, will sail about
Hof October, and take 200 hogsheads of to
bacco or small stowage on freight, on which an
Will Ik made W"***,#^
Alexandria, Sept 9, 1834.___
FOR FREIGHT.
rfs The good Schooner MAR 1, A ouno,
master, carries 1100 barrels, will be ready
“rgo in all this week, and take freight to
any Eastern port. Apply to
J . LAMBERT & MckENZIE,
oct2 Pnkm wharf.
ALEXANDRIA AND NEW ORLEANS
PACKETS.
j-r ' Brig TRIRUSE, Captain Smith, and
13>tjr|lr USCAS, Captain Boush, will resume
Iheir regular trips on the 20th ol 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
*fd 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
onboard, or tq
FRANKLIN & ARMF1ELD.
aug 30—t20thOct___
IW 1 ICEi.
The Steamer COLUM
BIA, Capt. James Mitch
y^ ell, having resumed her
regular trips between Dal
timoir and trie instrici oi ^uiuiuuiu, win, uui
irg 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 S2.
sept IS—tf___
FOR NORFOLK.
The Steamboat ('ME
SA PE. 1 HE, Capt. Wilson,
will be run as a regular
packet between Alexan
dria and 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. Passen
gers for Baltimore can be carried through the
same dav.
Fare from Alexandria to Norfolk, 30, exclu
siveof meals, or 37, meals included. F rom Nor
folk to Baltimore, 8S, exclusive of meals; 39,
meals included.
The Chesapeake is a new Boat, particularly
adapted to this route; is coppered, copper-fas
tened, has a strong copper boiler, and is, in all
respects, entitled to the confidence of travellers.
Parties of pleasure and families will only be
charged $$ for the trip to Norfolk or Old Point
and hack. J. WILSON, Captain.
wptlUtf _
YOUNG HYSON TEA.
OA ^ests Young Hyson Tea, Roman’scar
“NJ go, for Rale by
001 * _EDW’D. DAINGERFIELD.
A LONDON BROWN STOUT.
FURTHER supply of “ Dunbar’s” Lon
don Brown Stout, Quarts and Pints, just
received and for sale by
Jffj_S. MESSRRSMITH.
- .. DU I I KK.
23 J*®*8 Glades Butter, suitable for table use
, '»000 Pickles, very good
Just received and for sale by
J. & M. SNYDER,
end King street, tliird door west Old Dia*
_gonal Pump.
PLASTER PARIS.
10^ Tons Plaster Paris, just received and
* for sale by
_WILLIAM N. McVEIOH.
nPLASTER OK PARIS, TkLOAT.
"I Tons Plaster, the cargo of the brig
, btranger, for sale by
_W. FOWLE A CO.
Aa u Ne'V ENGLAND RUM.
Zll **°gsheada, received per brig Wankinco.
trom Boston, this day landing, and for
W. KOWLg & CO.
rtAnS1ClLY MADEIRA WINE.
4(1 r» U U «r- ^as^s ‘‘ Ingham’s” Sicily Ma
fnr oil kira " *ne’ receivfd per brig Wankinco,
^^lLhv ocf? w FOVVT K A. rn
WHITE LEAD.
1 Aa v?* r*ceite<l, per Sloop Miller,
I (HI Kegs pure White Lead
r l MO do No. 1 do
^ brand, Philadelphia, and for sole by
05,2 f JAMES W. SCOTT,
Union street.
LIME.
QOA Casks Fresh Thomaston Lime, the
O O vF cargo of schooner Mary, Capt. Young,
for sale by LAMBERT &, McKENZIE,
oct 2_Union wharf.
~~OLL) COFFEE.
"I A Bags Sumatra ) ^ a
IU 9 do Ceylon 5Coffee ►
Just received and for sale by
sept 30S. MESSERSMI-TH.
PORTO RICO SUGAR,
i QQ Hogsheads Porto Rico Sugar, just receiv
! Ou ed per sloop Miller, from Philadelphia,
and for sale by S. MESSERSMITH.
sept 29
PLASTER PARIS AFLOAT.
•g j? Tons, cargo of schr. Potomac, from
jL\F*J Halifax. N. S. for sale by
sept 26_ S. MESSERSMITH.
YOUNG HYSON TEA.
Oft Half Chests Young Hyson Tea, of supe
£\J rior quality, just received and for sale by
sept 29S. MESSERSMITH.
MOLASSES.
-g aa Hogsheads Retailing Molasses
J. LF vF 4 hogsheads N. E. Rum
The cargo of schooner Julia Ann, this day
landing, for sale by
sept 24W. FOWLE & CO.
SUGARS, MOLASSES, TEAS, &c.
-t HhdsN. O. and prime St. Croix Sugars
JlO 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 do African do
1 bale high 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 boxes Mould Candles
IS do Plug Tobacco, (I2*s)
1 case English Mustard
5 boxes Chocolate
10 bhjs Prime Pork, (N. Y. City Inspec
tion)
10 do No. 1 Boston Beef
7 ca*ks superior Goshen Cheese
Now landing from on board schr. President,
from New York, and will be sold on reasonable
terms, by ANDREW J. FLEMING,
sept 20 On Irwin’s wharf.
lllO UUrrl'ih, rist'riiili, uinuan,
CANDY, &c. &c.
jr /\ Bags prime scented Rio Coffee, part green
Ovl in kegs Ground Pepper
10 do Ground Ginger
10 boxes Mustard, part half lb canisters
5 bbxes Fell’s Extra No. 1 Chocolate
10 boxes fine Rock Candy
sept 19 SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & CO.
SUGARS, MOLASSES, COFFEE, TEA, &c.
qi\ Hhds Orleans and Porto Rico Sugar
JJJ boxes j white and brown Havana do
30 barrels \
80 hhds I New Orleans and West India
30 bbls $ Molasses and Neuvitas Syrup, a
superior articie
HO 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 ^
GO barrels superior Old \\ hiskey, part 5th
proof Old Monongaheia
3 hogsheads Cherry Bounce
Wines, Liquors, and general Grocery assort
ment, as usual. For sale.
septS SAMUEL B. LARMOUR & _
BEST WINE,
FOR the use of the Sick, together with a ge
neral assortment of articles for their benefit
and comfort, constantly on haatl
10th mo 4th WILLIAM STABLER.
PURE COCOA,
RECOMMENDED by Physicians as nutri
tious to the healthy as well as to the sick
and convalescent, for sale by FR
9th mo 30th _VV M. STABLElt._
A1JHOT’S COltiNKK
Jn*t receired on sale by HI/. AI.AIOR ft IS O A,
rnHK Corner Stone; or a Familiar Exhibition
1 ofthe Elementary Principles of Religious
Truth. ‘-Jesus Christ himself being the chief
corner stone.” By Jacob Abbot, author of the
Young Christian.
Also the following works, by the same authoi.
Fireside Piety; .
Mother at Home, (new edition)
Child at Home, do do
And the Memoir of the Rev\ WiUjam Staugh
ton, D. D.; by Rev. S. W. Lynd, A. MJPastoi of
the Sixth Street Church, Cincinnati, Ohio.
oct 3 ______
FAMILY TEMPERANCE ALMANAC,
FOR 1S35—a new and useful article. Just re
ceived on sale by W. M. MORRISON __
WHEAT.
■w WISH to purchase Wheat in Alexandria;
i J. a|so at the Triadelphia Mills, situated three
i milesfVotn town, on the Little River Turn.nke
u 0ad S AM L. LI.N Do A 1,
On Union, between King and Prince sts.
Griswold’s celebrated Wheat I ans for
saleas above. Alexandria, August^
~TO JOURNEYMEN CORDWAINEltS.
^NE Journeyman Boot Maker, one upon
O Shoes, and one upon Ladies work, will hnd
employment by applying to ^ WHITE,
sent 2o__ -*- —
-ALEXANDRIA MUSEUM
g^PEN, daily, from 10 to 12 o’clock A. M. ani
JO from 3 to 5 P.M. Jan-"
SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTORY.
THIS is to give notice, that the Soap and Can
dle Manufactory heretofore conducted by
the late John Major, is still continued. Having
the same utensils, together with some improve^
ments which have recently been made in the es
tablishment, it is expected that all orders can be
supplied without delay. The business will be
conducted by experienced hands, and the pub
lic may rest assured that every attention will be
paid to the quality of the articles manufactured
in this establishment, as I am well aware that it
was through attention to this particular that this
manufactory obtained the custom which it has
heretofore had. I trust that, through the atten
tion and industry of those to whom the charge
of the business will be committed, this establish
ment will continue to possess the same share of
the public patronage with w’hich it has hereto
fore been favored; and I hereby solicit the con
tinuance of the custom of those who have here
tofore favored this establishment, together with
the custom of all others who may be disposed to
favor me therewith. All orders, whether from
town or country, will be thankfully received,
and attended to with promptness and despatch.
The business will be conducted by my sons, in
my name and for my benefit; and they will at
tend to the manufacture of the articles, together
with all other business connected with the esta
blishment.
A supply of Yellow and Brown Soap, Mould
and Dipped Candle*, of a superior quality, is
kept constantly on hand, and willt>e disposed
of on the most accommodating terms,
oct 3—tf MARY MAJOR. Alexandria.
EARTHEN \V A RE,CHI N A f GLASSWARE.!
ROBERT H. MILLER has just receivedthe
principal part of his FALL SUPPLIES, I
among which are
Blue and green edged, C. C. and Enamelled i
ware, in great variety and well assorted
Blue, brown, and purple Printed Dinner Sets,
new and neat patterns
Do do do Ewers and Basins, Pitchers,
Plates, &e.
China Tea Sets, French gold band and band '
and line
Do do plain, of various neat patterns,!
very cheap
Cut Decanters, Tumblers, Wines, Cham
paigns, Jeilies, Salts, and Lemonades, •
richly cut and low priced
Glass Jars, with & without tops, various sizes 1
Cut and plain (Ha** Mantel and Hall Lamps |
Curtain Pins, anew and neat article
Bureau Knobs, cheap
Cooking Furnaces and Cake Moulds
Pipes in boxes, 3 groce, English and German :
Window Glass, 8 x 10 and 10 x 12
Looking Glass Plates, from 10 x 14 to 18 x 30 |
Astral, Mantel, and Wall Lamps, bronzed
and japanned
Lampwick for the same, by the groce or doz.
All of which he offers, at wholesale or retail,
at low prices for Cash, or to punctual customers
upon the usual credit.
Alexandria, 9 mo 30, 1834.
Genius of Liberty, Leesburg, Warrenton
Gazette, Winchester Repub'ican, Harper’s Fer
ry Free Press, Charlestown Repository, and
Williamsport Banner, will publish the above
law3w, and charge_IL H. 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 408 acres.
A TRACT on Bull Run, containing about
1075 acres. f
A TRACT on Cedar Run, called “ Fitz
hugh’s,” containing about 575 acres.
A TRACT on Slater’s Run, containing about
940 acres.
A TRACT called “ Champs,”containing765
acres. _ n ,
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. ~
jy31 *_ WM. H. FOWLE.
CHINA AND EARTHENWARE^
Hugh C. SMITH lias just receiued, per
ship Maryland, from Liverpool, a hand
some supply of CHINA AND EARTHEN
WARE, comprising the principal part of his
; Fall Supply of Fancy and Staple Articles.
Those, with his previous large stock on hand,
will be sold on moderate terms, cash or credit.
Among the Goods are:
Handsome Dinner Setts, new and beautiful
style and patterns ,
Tea Setts, China, plain f gilt, a large variety
India Dining China, in setts, or any article
ScUuiaiciy . j j
Rich and common Cut, Plain, and Pressed
Glassware, of every quality
Castors, of common and superior quality
Black Quart and Pint Wine <f- Porter Bottles
Demijohns of every size
Slone If arc of an excellent quality
Window Glass of good quality and every size
Boston Crown Glass, procured at factory pri
ll,ill and Shop Lamps and Lamp \\ leks | ces
Britannia Tea Setts, of a superior quality
TIMOTHY SEED! TIMOTHY SEED!
rrillE subscriber has just received bom the
L upper country a supply of New lunothy
Seed, very clean and heavy,jJ'c,,Dhe,?F I??.1for
sale. seid24__JAME^D^KERIL^
TO RENT,
" With possession 16th December next
The very desirable Two-Story DWEL
FILING on Union, near Princess street, with
KiShen, Bath and Smoke House, Ac. A1 so a
STONE HOUSE and spacious LOT, in a good
situation for business, at present occupied by
Mr. Teter Hewitt. Apply to pamlB. Larmour.
sept 27 SAM’L. P. LARMOLR & CO.
NEW GOODS.
FALL GOODS.
WH. THOMPSON & CO. offer for sale,
• at moderate prices, an extensive assort
ment of French, Italian, English, and American
Goods, received by late arrivals, and are now
opening. Among them are the following:
Black, blue black, and col’d Gro de Naples
Do and do Poult de Soie
Black Italian Lustrings, Florences, and black
Mode
Blond Veils, Thread Laces and Edgings
Jet black and blue black Lyons Velvets
Black and colored Italian Crapes
Plain and figured Swiss Muslins
Linen Cambric and Linen Cambric Hdkfs
Silk, Cotton, and Worsted Hosiery
Gloves of every description
New style Dark Cambric Prints
Also,
Cloths, ol every shade and price, very cheap
Cassimeres, Cassinetts, and Flannels
Rose, Point, and Duffle Blankets
Green Baizes, Drub Kerseys, Negro Cloths
6-4 English and French Merinos
3-4 black and colored Merino Circassians
With every variety of Goods in our line, suit
able for the Fall and If 'inter.
We invite our customers and purchasers to
give us a call, and see for themselves, as we are
determined to sell at a small advance on the
cost.sept 29
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
JUST received a large supply of Fall and
Winter Goods, which will be sold unusually
low, 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
TO pair 9-4 to 14-4 Rose Blankets
60 pieces white, yellow, and red Flannels,
some very fine
20 pieces 6-4 French Merino
20 do do English do
30 do olack 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
0 cases low priceu i_/aiiuues
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 shell do do
5 do Colored Bordered do
Bishop’s Lawn; Mull, Plain and Figured
Book and Swiss Muslins
Plain and figured Bobinet and Greciannet
Bobinet f Greciannet Footings f Edgings
Thread and Cambric Edgins f Insertions
20 pieces assorted colored Crapes
10 do black Italian Crape
10 dozen Corded Skirts
Ladies’ best Kid, Beaver f Silk Gloves
Gent’s Buck, Beaver, Kid, Berlin, and
Worsted Gloves
10 pieces black and colored Silk Velvet
5 do Tabby Velvet
20 do Q,uilted, Valencia, Satin-faccd, ana
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 and colored Bead Bags
20 do figured, watered, f velvet BelUng
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 Moreans
10 do new style Cotton, very handsome
20 pieces plain and fig’d Sillcs. very rich
20 do black Italian Mateoni Lutstrings
5 do Gro de Indies
Gro de Constantine, pink and white
5 pieces black Mode
6 do English Silk Serge
20 do Florences and Satins
Black Lace Veils
6 doz Blonde Gauze V eils and Hdkfs
Hernani and other h ancy Shawls f Hdkfs
Thibet Shawls and Hdkfs, in great variety
Merino Shawls, Scarfs, and Hdkfs
Cashmere do do do
10 doz Thibet Barage Hdkfs
Together with a general assortment of Brown,
Bleached, and Colored Domestics.
Also,
2 caseslarge braid cottage-shape Dunstables
sept 26 WILLIAM H. MOUNT & CO.
JOB PRINTING executed at this office
AUCTION SALES.
BY WILLIAM D. NUTT,
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
Lib. It, No. 2, fol. 62,1 shall, on Wednesday, the
26th day of November next, offer at public sale,
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, 1 IS feet on Rater 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 at.,
being 1-4 of a square, running through the cen
tre to Pendleton street, and opposite the late
Mordecai Miller’s Bake House.
4. One halfofan 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 Holfe street,
opposite the residence of John C. Vowell, and
fronting on R olfe and Pitt streets, 1-8 ol 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.
WM. LUDWF.LL HODGSON,
sept 24—60d Trustee.
TRUSTEE’S SALE.
THE subscriber, having been appointed by
the Superior Court ol Fairfax County, Va.,
to act as Trustee, under a deed executed on the
3d Junuary, 1821, by the late George Mason.
Esq., of Gunston, will, with the consent ol 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.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JH. WHITE has just received a consider
• able part of his h'all and Winter Supply of
BOOTS AND SHOES, the greater part of
which are from the best manufactories at the
North, and well worthy the attention of country
dealers and others. Among them are
Men’s Calf Sewed Boots, 1st quality
“ do do do 2d do
“ Seal do do
“ Nailed and Pegged do
“ Thick Pegged and Sewed Water Boot*
“ Calf Sewed Monroes
“ Do Nailed and Pegged do
“ Kip do do do
“ Coarse Sewed and Pegged Brogans
Buys’ Grain Sewed and Pegged Monroes
“ Kip Pegged do
“ Coarse Pegged Brogans
“ do do Shoes
Youth’s Sowed and Pegged Monroes
Child’s Morocco*^ Leather Shoes,various k’ds
Ladies’ Morocco Walking Shoes, 1st quality
“ do do 2d do
“ Seal do [cheap
“ Morocco »f-Seal Slippers, some very
“ Lasting Jefl'ersons and Slippers
“ Fur trimmed and plain India Rubber
Shoes
Misses’ Leather Bootees, Slippers f Jefferson*
Alsn)
Seal Caps, Hair Trunks, dec. All of which
will be sold at the lowest prices, particularly lor
Cash.
Boots and Shoes (all kinds) made to or- t
dor, as heretofore. sept 29
FRANKLIN HOUSE.
• a The above TAVERN has been rented by
the 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 Tgble is
everyday supplied with the delicacies, as well
as the substantial:* 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,
j N. B. Beluhoover’s Line of Stages arrive and
! dej ’rt daily from this House; and Gigs, Horses,
and ilacks, can be had on the most reasonable
terms * nov 5—d
A CARD.
SAM’L. LINDSAY (of the late firm of Lind
say, Hill & Co.) offers his services in the
transaction of Commission Illiniums. He is pre
pared to make liberal advances on consign
ments. His Store is spacious, situated on Union,
between King and Prince streets; where he
would be pleased to receive GOODS on STO
' RAGE. Persons sending FLOUR to this place
1 (particularly by water) to be stored, would find
j it to their advantage to storp on the wharf. If
{ requested, each parcel will he kept separate, and
the identical Flour delivered when called for.
Alexandria, August 6, 1834.__
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 tq
83 cents. Washington, may 6—dtf

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