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“ Fais ce oil'll /aid, airive ce qiCil pourra ■ rgTii afflEff« sa©'£srjsr«» ses© ssMarara as/ assn. . ffaw wiirwb ss-£T©« canr. .lexandria gazette rt’BLISIIED, DAILY, BY EDG.Hl S.X01V DEX, 3 u„LLxns PER ASNC-M. PAYABLE HALF YEARLY. AI F \TnTmI f A G V I E T TE A (FOR THE CO UXTR Y) ro PUBLISHED REGULAR!.I ON tiT^DAY, THURSDAY & SATURDAY, .t^POUAHSPER ANMM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. 0fUcertisinz:—Advertisements neat , IS conspicuously inserted at the rate of one per square for the first three insertions, d uaentv-fivecents for every subsequent inser StlJ A reasonable deduction will be made m f'wase of yearly advertisers. . A'l .<• '1 »> oh nooerc. FOR IHAKUWIO.v The first rate copper-fastened Ship jg>,0//VMARSUALL, Bacon, Master, will rT^iiv to receive cargo next week, and take m nassen^srs at a low rate. For terms S “ daixuerfield. dec 9 ____— ~1fOR'bO$TON AND PORTLAND The good Schooner »• i&Drixkwater, Master, will have despatch, Indian take freight low; lor which, apply on or" A. C. CAZENOVE A CO. dec 9 FOR BOSTON. _ The Packet Brig H.LYA/YCO, Ryder, JffWwr.T can take light freight, and hand nrggwXE^CO. " for BOSTON. The first rate sc hr. CERES, Knowles, tStXUiNier, has the principal part of her car and will have despatch, foi ii eight of two hundred barrels. Apply to ,l^c 6 HF.\RV DAI.NOKRFIELD. ' FOR NORFOLK. The Steamboat CUE 1P E I hE, Capt. Wilson, will be run as a regular _ 1 packet between Alexan dria and Norfolk; leaving Alexandria on Tues days and Fridays, at l o’clock, and nrrivin ■ in Norfolk in time to put passengers for Richmond on board the Patrick Henry. Returning, leave Norfolk on ednr^daysand Sundays, at i P. M„ taking passengers from the Patrick Henry, and arrive at Alexandria on Mondays and riiursdays, at 10 A. M. Passen gers for Baltimore can be carried through the same day. Fare from Alexandria to Norfolk. •$*», exclu sive of meals, or $7. meals included. From Nor folk to Baltimore, 3S exclusive ot 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 he charged S3 for the trip to Norfolk or Old Point and hack. J. WILSON, Captain. NOTICE. The Steamer COLUM* BIAj Capt. James Mitch* ell, having resumed hei regular trips between Bal timore and the District of Columbia, will, dur in? the season, leave Baltimore for the District o! Columoia every Saturday, at 4 o’clock, P. M; and teturning, will leave Washington at 0, and Alexandria at 7 o’clock. A. M. every Wed nesday. far Baltimore. Passage S3, sept 13—tf FASHIONABLE HATS AND CAPS. OZEN JOSSELYN, Aeent, north-east cor ner of King and Royal streets, respectfully informs his old customers and the public gene rally that he is prepared to furnish them with ELEGANT BLACK HATS, got up in the first *lyle, of the best materials, and by experienced ®nd faithful journeymen. Also. Brown and Seal colored Hats. „ CAPS. Gentlemen’s, Youth’s, and Children’s Fur, Floth, and Hair Seal Caps, of tiie various qua litits and patterns. WOOL HATS, dec. Even* exertion will be used to please, and all favors thankfully received. B. Old Huts taken in part pay for new 0nes- All kinds of FURS purchased as above. nor 4—3m FOR SALE. tThe brick DWELLING HOUE and LOT, formerly the residence of the late ^niel McLean, at present in the occupancy of j Hugh C. Smith. There is no property in r>Wn mure desirable as a residence. The im plements are good, and the lot spacious— ‘Anting upwards of 100 feet on Alfred street— *. running through the square, parallel with ln? to C'oiumbus street. For terms, apply to J*ov D _JAMES D KERR. J TOM CRINGLE’S LOG. bST received, Tom Cringle’s Log; a new j, , ^ration, revised and corrected; in 3 vols.: nd , sale by AUGUSTUS JACOBS, ^dec 5 figs! 7 BRUMS fresh Figs, of prime quali w ty> received per Wankinco, for sale „ WM. FOWLE & CO. dec $ 1 rvw-n... - WHEAT, &C, I v'-'JrJNUE to pay the highest Cash price Mill °r . eaL delivered at the Triadelphia *• or Alexandria. I wish to purchase t* e ^d^Flaxseed at mv Store, on Union, be *een King and Prince streets. 0v2* SAMUEL LINDSAY. 1 Doctor lee»s genuine new Lon don BILIOUS PILLS, which have for upwards of thirty yeors been used and approved by Physicians, heads of Families, overseers of Plantations, the Navy and Army, and travellers by sea and land, and from their universal cele brity have also become a permanent article of theshops, are only prepared at the Doctor’s Dis pensary in New London, Connecticut, and sold by all the most respectable Druggists in the Unit ed States, dtc. To aAOid counterfeits and spurious imi tations, the public are particularly cautioned to take notice, that unless each direction envelope around each box, is signed at foot, immediately under the printed letters, S. H. P. Lee, with pen and black ink, in the Doctor’s own proper hand writing, they cannot be genuine. To affix the written <ignature would be forgery under the penal statute. SAMUEL H. P. LEE, M.C. M. S. New London, Conn. Sept. 27»h, 1834. The above Pills are sold at Alexandria, D. C. dec 11 By WM. STABLER,Druggist. ROLINS’ GENUINE TONIC MIXTURE, Warranted a perfect and lasting cure for the FEVER AXD AGUE. t rvm Ur. Hamilton, oj Philadelphia. DEAR SIR: 1 will not withhold that I have witnessed, with great satisfaction, many cases of Fever and Ague, wherein your Tonic Mixture has been of unexpected and permanent benefit, after the ordinary medicines were of no more use than to effect temporary checks to the disease. The principles upon which you have constructed your medicine, would be rea dily recognized as in accordance with the sci ence of Physic, and the Fever and Ague always admitting of one uniform mode of treatment, your Mixture may be administered with its usu-1 a! advantage in every case of the complaint. Respectfully, b. M. HAMIL I'ON. From the Baltimore Advertiser Gazette.. CURE FOR AGUE AND FEVER, &c. Ac. Rowan’s Tonic Mixture never fails to cure this most distressing of all diseases, as hundreds of certificates ol high respectability, like the following, fully prove: j Cobbscille, Montg. Co. Md. May 6, 1833. I certify that Walter Reynolds, a young man living with me, was for two years distressingly afflicted with Fever and Ague; lost nearly a year’s wages,spent much money in doctering, and tried, I presume, fifty “certain cures,” all to no purpose. He was at last cured by taking Rowand’s Tonic Mixture, which 1 believe to be the best medicine in the world for curing the Fever and Ague. THOMAS FAWCETT. Just received, and for sale by the sole Agent, for Alexandria. WM. HARPER, dec 12—3m Druggist, Fairfax street. KAKTHe.lN WARE,CHINA f GLASSWARE ROBERT H. MILLER has just received the principal part of his FALL SUPPLIES among which are Blue and green edged, C. C. and Enamelle^ 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, <fcc. 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, Jellies, Salts, and Lemonades, richly cut and low priced Glass Jars, with & without tops, various sizes Cut and plain Glass Mantel and Hall Lamps Cuitain 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 LookingGlass Plates, from 10 x I t 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 nr retail, at low prices for Cash, or to punctual customers upon the usual credit. Alexandria, 9 mo 30, 1834. 33" 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 R* H. M. CHINA AND EARTHENWARE. HUGH C. SMITH has 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. These, 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 # gilt, a large variety India Dining China, in setts, or any article separately Rich and common Cut, Plain, and Pressed Glassware, of every quality Castors, of common and superior quality Black Quart and Pint Wine Porter Bottles Demijohns of every size Slone If are of an excellent quality Window Glass of good quality and every size Boston Crown Glass, procured at factory pri Hall and Shop Lamps and Lamp Wicks fees Britannia Tea Setts, of a superior quality CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE HUGH C. SMITH has on hand a large stock of CHINA, &c. improved and augmented by the latest importations, and comprising eve ry article in the line. .All for sale, wholesale and retail, on the lowest terms. Just Received, A full assortment of INDIA DINING CHINA BLANK SAND PAMPHLETS rinted, with neatness & despatch, at this office BOOTS AND SHOES. JH. WHI TE has just received, per Brig . Wankinco and other recent arrivals, u further supply of BOOTS and SHOES, adapt ed to the present season. Among them are— Men’s Thick Pegged Boots “ Coarse Sewed and Pegged Brogans, 1st quality “ Seal Pegged and Nailed Boots “ Calf Sewed and Pegged Boots, 1st and 2d quality “ Phila. Grain Leather Water Boots “ Calf Sewed,‘Pegged and Nailed Mun roes “ India Rubber and Leather Over Shoes Boys’ Coarse Pegged Brogans and Shoes Ladies’ Fur Trimmed and Plain India Rubber Shoes Hair Seal Caps and Trunk®, all sizes Which, with his general stock of Boots and Shoes, are offered for sale at the lowest prices, either wholesale or retail. dec 11 MAUfclK.'V YY li\ r.. BOXES, containing 1 and 2 dozen Bot *X tlej each, of Newton, Gordon, Mur dock & Co.’s extra Old L. P. Madeira Wine, bottled in Madeira 5 half pipes ) 01J L P. Madeira ditto 7 quarter casks y do. . f Pure Grape Juice 6 halt quarter casks $ K The above Wines were imported by the sub scriber from Madeira, per “Jyanough” and Village, aie of choice quality, and not to be sur passed by any in the District. For sale by S. MESSER SMITH. Who will receive and forward orders for eve ry description of Madeira Wines. dec 12 _ _ SEINE TWINE AND Sh6e THREAD rtpr BALES Bi idpoit Shad & Herring Twine 5 do Shoe Thread Recently imported and will be sold low. dec 1 WM. FOWLE & CO. CRAB CIDER. | BBLS. Virginia Crab Cider, just receiv X ed, and for sale by STEPHEN SHINN. dec 6 Janney’s Wharf. CANDLE WICK. 8 BALES from Wilmington, just received per Sloop Miller, and (or sale by GEO. JOHNSON Sc Co In Store.— A few Bales Cotton, Yarn of as sorted numbers. Pound Lump Chewing Tobacco 20 to oOcts. Single plug do 12 to pound do 10 do And some very old Cavendish in pounds and quarters. dec 2 _______ WILLIAM H MOUNT & CO. have just received— 3 super Lynx Pelerines 2 do Imitation do 2 do Lustred Fisher do 4 do large sized Lynx Fur Capes 6 do Lustred Fisher do do 15 do large and small Common do 8 do Boa Constrictors Which we will sell at New York prices. dec 8_ DOM ESTICS. r x BALES 4-4 and 3-4 Brown Cottons, from the Portsmouth Sc Pittsfield Manufac luunw Company, received per Wankinco, for by [dec 8] WM. FOWLE Sc CO - COFFEE. -g g'k /Yi'k/'k LBS. Green Rio CofTec X 10.000 lbs. Old White do Received per Wankinco. for sab- by dec 8 WM. FOWLE Sc CO. SALT, CHEESE, WHISKEY, ScC. Bushels Ground Alum Salt 70 sacks fine do 10 casks prime quality Cheese Boxes Pine Apple do 6 lilids Whiskey Wines, Liquors, and Groceries, as usual, no v 25 SAM’L. B. LAB MOPlt GO CHARLES BENNETT HAS for sale, 5 bales best Bridport fine shad and herring seine twine, a consignment wniCI! win oe soiu low, «mu imui uic nisi A case of ladies cotton hose of best quality, will be sold by the dozen One bale common shoe thread A hale best patent tailors’ thread, XV. 13. and blue 3 bales Virginia cotton osnaburgs 1 bale mixed Lowel kerseys A few pieces 0-4 flushings & coarse wollens A case common and flue gilt London pins 1 case 4-4 Irish Linens, in whole and half pieces, real good quality, nov 20_ NEW GOODS. JOHN H. BRENT has just received, and will sell very low,— Superfine and Common Cloths Rose and Point Blankets English and French Merino Calicoes and Ginghams Superfine and Common Flannel Canton Flannels arid Fur Chintz Checked and Plain Cambrics Flag, Bandanno and Spitalfield Hdkfs Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs Silk and Cotton Hose Thread, Bobbinett, and Cambric Edging Cassmets, fine and superfine Frilled Cloths and Linsey W'oolsey Burlaps and Cotton Osnaburgs Bed Ticks, Plaids Bleached and Brown Sheetings WTith various other Goods, for sale cheap, dee 3_ POK l'U RlCO MOLASSES. k w HHDS Porto Rico Molasses, of prime O 4 Quality, received per Wankinco. for sale by [dec'8] WM. FOWLE & CO. NEW GOODS. WILLIAM H. MOUNT & CO. have just received— 30 pair Rose Blankets, some 14-4 10 pieces Point and Dufliil Blankets Devonshire Kersey, Linseys, and other Goods, for negro clothing 30 pieces Saltinetts, extra and common quality 10 pieces Cassimeres 10 “ Quilted, Cut Velvet, and other Vestings Blue, black, brown, green, mulberry, ade laide, claret, and mixed Cloths 20 pieces Thibet, German, and English Me rino 1 3 bales Cotton Oznaburgs 5 “ Brown Shirtings 3 “ 5 4 Sheetings 4 cases'Bleached do On v Super Kidderminster Venetian and other Carpetings Rugs, in great variety A large assortment of plain and figured Silks and Satins Blonde Gauze Veils Blonde Lace do Black Lace do Blonde Gauze Handkerchiefs Twisted Silk do Thibet Shawls, plain and embroidered, ve ry cheap Which we are determined to sell very low, wholesale or retail. dec 5 j bliAINR J5UUK 3/lAliur nv/i un 1 • | THE subscriber informs his friends and the public that he has commenced the above business on King street, two doors east of Iloy - | al, where he intends keeping constantly on hand a handsome assortment of BLANK BOOKS, of i every description ordinarily in use, such as Le gets. Day Books, Journals; Letter, Cush, In voice, Memorandum Books, &c. Merchants’ Account, Office, & School Books, ruled and hound to pattern, at the shortest no- j tice. Book Binding, in every variety of style, neatly and substantially executed, by oct 21—tf JOHN FLEMING COFFEE AND TEAS. G CHESTS ) Young Hyson 4 half chests > TF.A, 2 boxes ) of various qualities. 3 chests Hyson do, superior 1 chest y Gunpowder do, part extra 4 half chests V fine. 2 boxes ; 2 ensefc each 12. 2 lb canisters do 20 bags Java coffee Just received and for sale by S. MESSERSMITH, IfTio has in store, 3 chests ) 30 half chests > TEA 30 boxes ) 4 boxes each 12, 2 lb canisters do 3 half chests extra Gundpowder do 4 boxes common do 1 boxes each l2, 2 I? canisters do 4 chests ) Imperial do 5 boxes V 30 bags Rio coffee 19 do Ceylon and Sumatra do dec 12 HOUSE SERVANT WANTED, ■ lOlt the ensuing year, a colored boy of 14 J? to 16 years of age, who has been accustom ed to house work, and can bring good recom mendations from his last place. dec 4 — tf _ BRAN AFLOAT. 3QAA BUSH ELS,'on hoard the Sloop Columbia from Richmond, for sale by LAMBERT & McKENZIE, dec 9 Union Wharf. MACKEREL. Barrels No. 1 Mackerel . f 13 do No. 2. do 21 Half do No. 1 do 30 Hulfdo No. 2 do 6 do do No. 3 do Landing this day from Brig Wankinco, from , Boston, and for sale by LAMBERT A. McKENZIE, dec 8 Union wharf. I —.. .. n » 1 r . . r. • r. f' n r lyMI'iJCiOCi, I'G i i nil, w. ' a #■% CASKS Goshen Cheese j 41/ 10 tubs and firkins do Dairy Butter 8 bbls Buckwheat Meal 22 “ Newark Cider 20 “ Pippin Apples 23 dozen Corn Brooms 9 boxes prime White Havana Sugar 2 cases Gunpowder Tea, in 2 lbs. canisters 5 kegs Malaga Raisins 1 bale Shelled Almonds 20 boxes Muscatel'Raisins 4 lihds Porto Rico Syrup ^ 10 bags Company’s Java Coffee 2 chests superior Young Hyson Tea * half do do Powchong do 50 drums Smyrna Figs 10 kegs pure Ground Ginger 10 boxes Fancy Prunes 10 baskets Champaigne Wine (Crossbow brand) 3 boxes Tavern Lump Sugar 1 box Double refined do 2 bbls 1st quality Starch Now landing and for sale by ANDREW J. FLEMING. Also, in Store-” _ . . 12 chests and half chests Gunpowder, Im perial and Young Hyson Teas 10 hhds English Island Molasses 10 bbls Beef and Pork 12 boxes H'^'P Tobacco 4 bales English Walnuts 5 “ Brazil Nuts 5 “ Jordan Alrnonds 1 cask Zante Currants dec 15 j HEIRS WANTED. JOHN SWANN, a native of Edinburgh, in Scotland, and now. or formerly, residing in Charleston, in the United States of North Ame rica, and the lawful children of the said John Swann, if such exist, are hereby informed, that Marian Swann or DoL', his sister, died, at Edin burgh, on the 25th April, 1334, leaving a settle ment, in which certain provisions are made In tavor of him, the said John Swann, whom, fati ng, his lawful children, and lie or his children, n case of his decease, are hereby required to make application to George Combe, writer to lie Signet, Edinburgh, before the 25th of April, 1835, otherwise the said provisions will, in terms >f the settlement, become null and void. Edinburgh, 1st May, 1834. John Swann was born in Alexandria in the winter of 1798: when about 10 years of age ic went to Edinburgh, w here he learned the tab ling business, and returned to the United States when about 20 years of age. The last heard of lim was at Hagerstown or Fiedericktown, Ma ryland: then a journeyman tanner. A i__i ■ i_n j n... DISTRICT OK COLUMBIA, i « Alexandria County. \ *'• Circuit Court V. States.—October Term, 1834. Lewis McKenzie, Benjamin II. "i Lambert and Thomas Kerrall, Complainants, ! Charlc AGAINST j * George W. Delaplain and Wil- J liam B. Stewart, Defendants.] nnllE defendant, George W. Delaplain, not J. having entered Ins appearance to this suit, and given security according to the statute anc rules of the Court, and it appearing to the satis faction of tiie Court that the said George W. Delaplain is not an inhabitant of the District of Columbia; on the motion of the complainants, by their counsel, it is ordered, that he appear here, on or before the first day of the next May Term of this Court, and enter his appearance to this suit and answer the complainants' bill, ami give security for performing the decrees of the Court; and that the resident defendant, Wil liam B. Stewart, do not pay, convey away, or secrete. I lie debts by him owing to, or the mo ney, property, and effects, in his hands, belong ing to. the said absent defendant, until the fur ther order and decree of this Court: and that a copy of this order be forthwith published, for two months successively, in the Alexandria Ga zette, and another copy posted at the front door of the Court House of said County. Test: EDM. I. LEE, C. C. nov 26—2m DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, J Alexandria County, $ Circuit Court U. States.—October Term, 1834. Barbara Hellrigle & Catlie-' line Minatre, Complain ants» > In Chanctry. against 9 Jacob C. Hellrigle &. Thom son F. Mason, Defendants, THE defendant, Jacob C. Hellrigle, not har ing entered his appearance to this suit and given security according to the statute and the rules of this Court, and it appearing to the sa tisfaction of ihe Court that he is not an inhabit ant of the District of Columbia; on the motion ot the complainants, by their counsel, it is or dered, that he appear here, on or before the first day of the next May Term of this Court, and answer the complainants’ bill, and give se curity for performing the decrees of the Court; and that the resident defendant, Thomson F. Mason, do not pay, convey away, or secrete, the debts by him owing to, or the money, pro perty, or effects, in his hands, belonging to, the said absent defendant, until the further order and decree of the Court: and that a copy of this order be forthwith published, for two months successively, in the Alexandria Gazette, and another copy posted at the front door of the Court House of said County. Test: EDM. I. LEE, C. C. nov 26—2m_— WHEAT FANS, <fcc. LG. &, H. GRISWOLD have nowon hand, . and will constantly keep, or manufacture to order, tit 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 Mill*; 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 he made of the best materials and workmanship; und hope, by con stant attention to business, to gain a share of tho public patronage. Flour manufacturers and Wheat Fanmakeri will find it greatly to their advantage to give us a call. A boy is wanted; as apprentice to the abova business, 16 or 17 years old, of good and steady habits. N. B. Repairing done on the shortest notice. Itf* TURNING in Wood, Iron, and Brass. may 23— ly __ BOOTS AND SHOES. .4. D. HARMON HAS JUST RECEIVED ■g PAIR prime coarse brogans, part X 1/U1X double soals, a good article for win ter wear Mens’ Kip and Calf Bootees, nailed, pegged and sewed Mens’Calf Boots, sewed and pegged “ Kip do stout do do “ Seal do pegged and nailed “ Thick water proof boots sewed & pegged Boys and childrens coarse and fine bootees and shoes Ladies French kid slippers ALSO, Hair Seal Trunks—all of which are offered cheap, wholesale or retail. uov 12_ . SHOT. A FULL supply of all sizes, in store and for sale by S. MESSERSMITH.