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>i •utant information.
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• . \md; be, contains some important
• orncrw.m and doubtle.-.s
)%: i;rd it r* bates to the style
.... a e-1 i dm ire and ids mode of
. * v i » 1 * • 1 v “ • > *
.. . c j; • subject must Peso hiyh
. , ; ,;o: p!y mteicstiny to the pub
* a in >m 'ut ia i.iyiny the authentic
,.v oar rcadei >.
: ■ io tie* 11.* >e tnat Air. A an
v i eh - in a b none!.-' ( we think
, j ; • n -»•) v «>n!i probably a
. i >;.(•; fifty dollar.-:: It is fur
. z.-,o.i yreat occasion-" "snch for
f1,.* mancur.iti *n o! a Ibe-id'Mit. a
.. ;; ; V. IU StU .1 l.'.UDy, <U U till (’{
j > ru has a very hand mm Amer
v j| : ■ a pan of beautiful hays
. b'o > ,"!!!! It is further stated
,* * \.t to Mr. h ives . "Mr. A an
„ : “re*•«. ia a harouche. winch m^
, nt • . * r ad. a...I at rdy it. he drove
h.-v h •,.* re-- '.ted may mu
- ; , a im; res-ion upon the
», *v\ a » in I *ed mast fe.*l pro
. .• ■- at : i t »1 >ac'd to know so
. •• . t m'.o ;• M' of the appoint! d
.;•( -mt < ’lie f Map! t! U’.C.
w.. i at . * Idom* a. i v> i (* i h t -
■ , ;;i mi- : ?! it ‘w a’.lh was
ere of w nth." was iau.rh dole ,
■ „ .. dvr ;td lit • . pt * > exti icah* it
■ a y . -*id in >.a * i i-heron a **1 »e
;.(i r. --at' 1 if you ca M ho ai-y. he
voil cam**
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• letter ti >m v't ed* riek-hury.
. » t a o • burned insurrection
■ >t\ • , i 1 < 11 r was sent i'i 1 * a. t i * j
:. - d;i tin* A . m ic an. There is
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. | “ • ved. d.h a ivmu*a Mr d- ptM • •
♦ . I*, .xv on ‘ir* st;' jet of i mibu ies,
1 t!ie ihu/a: lately prop* si .1 l y
P';;ic;i 'll l.iis p!aC«*. ItV. in ' Mlo.*
., 1 diz tie.
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r’ irprrivntpot, nro tnnv i.
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■ , ‘, i v_r ;; • • 11. 11 <5 i P * * i • n • “
pr mi’i > np;np o.t t:**' < voui nr
• •; . r.>.iv> tio‘ O'! ’ "n
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pr ..<',..'.1 ni.»5t tit.o etititUMu-it
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:\ i . . \t.i— T. Atiri.rd
.. ; t t*» loro -a-t. v. .i*; «.p-orvo'J *u
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,\. v il.ivpi iiorno!- P w.m ttotn
. i'.tst soveu.
. ;> 7 o'clock,! -as !’(> aero Hit) tne
n i t > ~h >\v tmu-u.il a_ita
- __ l- eu-ince carefully ob;» i ved by
War I! oc'.ock. when the s'reiun
:. .d the corona foradug, the
« ; v ile was very ren iiku’-Ie.
, i of IS* o. in five minum- tune.
; V continm d until b' ‘*V!nck
ti.• ‘ pc'*uie ha\ mg ti aver-’u! an cn*
»: «uv» degree and P> minute-, w meit
V , • M.a. deflect id u is not more than 1
\ i. Nov. 1 l.— W nfs' I'ohttiit rs.
;■ .: •, s. Wyatt left this pi ice on Sim
i"- tog I;i>t at the head of about. tni»t\
- for Texas -w ho goto as-i-t out
\ : w it country in defending then la
their Id ert *•- and rights a
'•'f \ ran u in per and hi< mod m>. -
. It .a the midst of a heavy rain-good
ngness to bear hardships and
t v < ml"—were eseot ted to the top‘*|
ii by the "Huntsville Guards. I no
v . 11iic11commander—than w e.om no
• her in this community for honor.
. or chivalry of feeling-carry with
* • g>od wishes and anplau-e of the best
. r > : us. The company would no donor
- i much larger, had time been a!-owed
As Texas was actually invaded
V. • ,u ‘ t it best to take up line of march
. *; ing to gather recruit- as he pt°
rieh’r which impression he cmne<
; o t t'd;v » xtra stand of arm-. * *a
u Ku. c’iN Hill between the l-\ oi
■ , i iiie • Gu.ird>" and especial y be- ,
, if a a id th ir old commander (< «'l. j
v * rtfv - lie * ting
Wo had yesterday a storm of rain and snow.
; This was the hist snow of the season, and those
i whocalculate the weather of the ensuing winter
from the time of the first snow, have now the
data upon which to proceed.—Phil. U. S. Ga~
zvlte "/Momlay.
«/
I'HomiLs*of the Arts.—Tne Constitution an !
Constellation steamboats, which have been so
many years plying on the Hudson, and which
were once thought by some to be “crack
boats” for speed, and beauty of model and ar
r mgoments, are now deemed so absolutely, su
p u unuuab'd and snail like, alongside the more
modern floating palaces, Champlain and Erie,
that they are withdrawn from the lines. Though
they never went at a slower pace than 10 oi Id
mihvs the hour, they are now offered for sale
and would make'the editor of the Albany Ar
go-; thinks) excellent ‘ tow-boat*-.” Shade of
Fud<m! In thy time eight miles an hour was
thought a mirac ie.— .Y. V. Star.
Tin; Influence of Initial Letters. — It seems
at lir-t sight to be of no sort o! impoitanee
whether a politician's name begin with \ or z.
and yet >o far Ir >m this being the case.it can be
shown that initial letters exm c i**e more indue nee
upon such a man'- success in life, than the very
suns them-elves, it is well known that in Le
gislative bodies, (at least it is -o in Congress, and
in t i* Legislature < »{ ' Pennsylvania) it is the rule
tv) call the yeas ami n ivs u/fj/mhrlicaliy. This
rule, it will be perceived impose s upon .Mr. A.
ty ol * his v<>te first so that he is
deprived of tile opportunity ei.joyed by Mi'. Z.,
of ivgulaling it by what he lias perceived to
be the popular current. I pun a va-t number
of the rpie-t ions decided in (’tnigres-.it i- pi i tecl
ly w.-ll known t > all w!io watch is proceedings,
• nut vo os are giver, with simple reference to the
i il! i nee they will hav** upon lie* m unbers p >
pui !i i*v. and he \vh >s<* place on tii* alphabetical
l*st is the !ow«'-t down, lias the he-t chance of
keeping on the st o.jg-dde. Ft all private pur
p »<*•<, it is !)“• ter 1 ■ *r a man to go t > ( 'ougress
with the n itir- o Mr. Zany tlian that of .Mr. A! 1 -
\\ ise.— Ph il. (i i:.
IVwi.n ok Money.—Two French gentlemen
* n candidate- lor flu* **•a: :e emp' pvment at
c mi t, and noth ap.-earing b lore tie- < 'liancel
'<*r ut llie same time for his favor in it he bid
each of them set he th li.s pretensions, for lie
v. ns resolved 1 > he-1 )w 11e » luce to iinn t «if he
thought best deserved it. One of tho gentleni *n,
• 11 1 a ii-.; i d a ai ingenious j ers»*n, said. * •
!:av*‘ a > oretensii. ,s b t the good services I
have already doin' tin* kii.g, and the hopes ol
\a)11r e.\c !!ela'\ s t.* \ oi■ r in con>ah ring tin m,
w !i.cIi t >morrow \\ ii 5 • tested by -everal per
sons T ho n ur, \\ ) de-igu to .«11^ . .J yom * x
ceiiency mr tiiat } a;-; •> e." 'flue other, having
i*i *‘at r s* «ek of asst.ranee, anal being belt r
:n- o tic• »‘d in t ie .haul *ni b he t h,ai Cel. r, s dd.
• i c m t pr ’ ?nd to ser* icn - all ady pei f >rm
rd. hit co;n•' t ) tell your < Me-, money that 1 o.ite
d * ).n:t any thing tin' ecu t >hali cam man 1
ue*. an ! 1 In ve brought live hundred Louis Tors
w 1:!i nj.'', tor vuur exrei:r;u\ > s uhsfactnui .a
I >j V til- t! re < :' a V1 iel lit*. ihe { i;. 11 C ■ I i« tui.’l
j I, • r *, , J | j, ‘ t > i * '.J. * ’ill lil.it), sail., - *: ‘ ’! i * 11 • « ■ *1
u (1) t “ i!; ■ i u 1 * - as ;i.;;e sic h a:>!:u i ft*’ (■.-'tin >
nulls » ifh hi ti, that i cannot lelu.-e h> o»t him
ihe « mplovment; and to morrow, w ham your
fi it*mis eom -. I will consider year iiu'i* f *r
•aunethir.g to.it may fa!! hereafter; therefore
;*rav be vhi' g- nt in iiinl ng a vacancy,and brmg
youV fi lends w ;t!i you, and you may depend
upi-u mv hivor in grantu g it.
IT KM K.
i'niP ! i :{rs Kank k sold in \ ‘\v \ oik
on Satui»i. \ . at 111 a i i 1 }.
rj ; , . i.j- • Kj.c of !•:<» fatal tot umhrrland
(with t e .'xce, Ton of t'ii'V ixc iva!; >m) is h>
*{ i' [ ut, ui.ikT contract oa too ~ Kt id i ' c : ; 1 i
next.
A \\ n k * mi tied the I.a * m 1 K< 1 ai *'pin
ioi - of Mail a v an hun n, by V* i ‘a on M. 1***1
fad, a- in-' ';>* v>; | ub.i tied i > y : cin a,* A ur
i: i I I K 11 i• • r• t.
\ \ , * : ; t •' ■ t' * a fo i fy Kali i el m ol the
('iiv-n;t 1 out: (it the K. S. { m the Distiic* of Co
j I;; •; ; C1 411 • 1 • • C !i C e,« at - i ' S * 4 i i i • * a * i a t ■. i> *
city on A!.*:, lay.
ri . i ai Aatiinasonic corresponding
Cnr. mitt *• have postponed the meetin- ol a
X,A:i!hna-onic convention till sometime
i,i tin* spring time and piace not fixed.
At a meeting lately held at I'tica. the H«*n.
W. Keard-hy and others were appointed a
committee to ontain Irani * oneie--K*‘ pi ■ •
!,-o ol sending hovign mnekamn/e tnr«*eyn
t j j r canal, fi«»m \. York to* nnada,//vr g/'
V y. Levin Phiil >, ol Don hester cou sty, M •
i via mi. h>-t hf !de in Ih id}’ hi -t in a most d.s
tr >>iag manner, lie wns engaged in making
repairs to the wind-mill on h s farh .
vcht r, his clothes caught in tne ra;un. m*i\. • -
v-; ?. j, . v,*a • can *• 1 roar. 1 with great vcloepy.
dn Ttd now against the How m d nom* again-.;
. t of the mi Is until he w - m ngled i
m-s-t -hocking manner.
j , \ , Pjt'K f\ I • j -. 11 ; n i:»i s r _r. <>u. t •»
]' V V. on biu k, on W <•}’
mmning’an t oho rved at the lane of l.i> d.-par
. ,1V tl-at he never saw the lake so smoe,,i a.*
f .re. As he approached the city, the storm it.
n to rise
rapiditv t! at he was obliged t >ave rse,
f Hood-wood,
tavern, i - rse swam : - wav !■ • I - ■ ’■
mid anived, safely, wheie he was found by ms
owner, the next morning. ,
The number of Siiliman's Journal lor Octobei
is mostly taken up with a paper by Or.
Hildreth, oit the geology, and et.pi c m \ ■ «
< oal lot mations of the valley of the Ohio. 1 nts
es-av, displaying as it does, the immense sub-:
terraneous treasures of -he favored regions o. ;
,l,e West, will be read with great interest by .
every one who has at heart-us which of u> has ;
n,,t?_the prosperity of Ids country.
On Monday while the two trains of cars be- (
I ;n„in,r to the Baltimore and Susquehanna Kaii ,
Koad were on tluir return to Baltimore, one ,
.-roin Timonium and the other from Oumgs,
Mills, owing, as is supposed, to the inattention of
the drivers, the two trains came in contact at ;
the conjunction of the two lirancl.es, about six |
,ni 1 os from the city. The consequences was, a j
moat violent concussion, causing both trains to ;
,;mnJ from the tracks; therein- injuring several
of t>u> passengeis. One gentleman m partun
hir was very mm a tnjmed.
MARRIED,
On the 22d ult, at Fort Jackson, on board of
Canal Coat Gepnessee, E. B. Briggs, Captain,
Mr. Thomas Maynhood, of Saratoga, to Mrs.
-, a widow lady from Ohio. The lady
came on board at Buffalo, and the gentleman at
Jordan—strangers to each other. After a long
courtship of one hundred and forty-three miles,
they proceeded to the nuptial knot!—a magistrate
at Fort Jackson officiating.
PORT OF ALEXANDRIA, i>. C.
Ahkiycd, Novlmi.ek 21.
Backet brig Esther, Newcomb. B jston; gene
ral cargo to William Fowle &, Co.
Schr Only Son Adam-. Nanjernoy; wheat, to
iiMi-ter.
Schr Globe, Posey, Fpper Machodoc; wheat,
to Jon. fanm v.
Wind N. W. W.—cloudy.
THE STEAMBO\T CHAMPION,
^sr-sr^-^ Now fitting up> in superior
sf\lo for sea. is expected t«>
Jeave this place on or about
>the 10th of next moutii for
NORF< )LK, ST. AIMFST1XE,
<’*IIA li LIC sTON. MOBILE.
To ail of which she wil iake passengers. She
will bt‘coiiiiiiai)(!«jd by an experienced sea Cap
tain, and have other officers of the best charac
U'j. For further particulars apply t<>
iiov 23 —dtf GEO. JOHNSON & Co.
[Intelligencer, and Globe, will insert the above
eo till Dec 10]
NYDKAt U(».\ COMI' \ M » .
fglHK members are it .{nested to meet at t .e
£ Engine House this afternoon at 3 o clock.
I »r tiie purpo- * of trying ttit* Su tion Engine
which ha< i i• i• 1 '*• been thorough!v repaired. I»y ;
order ot tin* {‘resident, GEO. HALE, ,
11 25— 11 Clerk, j
l\ <>REK \NS a5»’D P. RiC ) SUGARS.
HHDS. ot prime quality, landing this
*2 i ' dav fr >m brig ' si lew, for sale hv
nov 2') ' W Vi. FOVVUK C Co.
N. E. RUM.
f MUDS., received per brig Esther from .
I X? i'oston. for side bv
nov 2'> U'M. FOWCE & <’•».
I iO.MidS’l I< ’S.
^4^ FIXERS 3 1 and ! j brown Cotton , of
^^ t!ie ‘’Portsmouth i ompan v s mnnufai •
tin e received prr brig, Esther. for sale by ,
nov 24 V M. FOWI.K £ Co. |
I. ;XKD SUG \KS.
* FEW packages. as samples from the l: J ;id
/ d. i'n.ton !?<*li cry,” represented to bo a beau- .
• , I per F. hi r, for sale
\VM. FOWEF, v\ (
.MOLASS ES.
JI.il S. ret a ling W. 1. Mol is*es, ju.-t re- •
&.• ti 'i? ceivcd and lor " d*‘ i \
,..,v 25 A. U. C;\/,F.\<).\F A Go. j
j; M il AM) KEG K MSI MS.
c 's IA > Y E S be -1 ib.mc'i an i 5 k eg s d o Main
£a 9 j? gt It i >i:s, this .M naiiag landing bom
Sc hr. Iw.'.i-I Vincent, bom Aew 4 oik, .and
i ,r s.de by \v .M. A. Mi VEKHi.
nov 24
iasV'OX \\ i.\ i:.
A an 1 10 qr. c 1 I. W •'
■i 'f \ . • ■: :1*
Ann. ami ? *r sale by
uov: i S. a» FA3 i, I I SM 1 1' \ 1.
< ; j ’ '' K. ! K\Y ' 1 ' r \i. v A. o
< M -i ,n {JA. ( iif'llii'e i { <*es<»
•* . • v. J ~ ,
y. v! A'4 / s h is 1 ha Aw neat a;“oi
l£ ) boxes I .i r s »i II* t t j a ;! i t ■! : i > ( i a 11i
C i; , 1 • < )i) i i i i i a isi ns. A 5 * n*• •:; * • *
r. i' • s. . \ .. . nt, u om »
ai; » :..r i»v AMabA* .1. VI r V!r.\t l.
11 >\* y-i ‘ ir* i? A \\ ban.
|>KV < '» ) W . \\ A \ i K1).
f \YI>i 1 to poochm * Irom ~o to ;|o lb".* t ov.*s. ,
6 nov *;? -:;t SAMOA < \\TTA
IIAU1> A'Ai.K.
CJlilK ..-,1. f.i.M'i l.;>- n:|M»1: i" l::C ■■■ ip
3- Jo!.:i Mar hall, ( api. 1’ai ip l 1 an b*;;. 1 r»>ni
; : ( Hard\ca
. w ' - niakrs
: ry coi e v > oi
at whoi'-salepnb retail on the most liber i! tei ms.
— at ! will uuaran'ee to iounhy men hunts to
:*!y them with tills article, on as goob terrm
?i<Vr cat) be p;ti i. ned m any t f the cities mAh j
. . \Y. ' • IK
/’ ; />, \ e >mf >rt able small two story
' ; 4 p\y : j j i. i \ t \ line AF < * I » 'he str-mt
Ap;»ly as above. t* •’*' A—oo-\v
I !*■ !. lAy A r. \YaiTente-: *> tones]
Iff • 77/7>' /
G ran d • ’or <.11• i.:1« '> L* >t•cry. * ■■ *• • 41. * 11 i • *•
To drn vu at \\ iiniii:*.rt‘>r.» • W i 9no-c.a \ t::c t
2 >1 h \ 'V.
HIGHEST PRIZE s:),000. (
lie e*-• •$'> ••• <; halves 2 50: q'uu ter> 1 :
To be h .0 in a vaiu!\ of number? o!
.5. VV. tt&illJ Her.
() /’ ; '".e Ci't'IU'!' >f *t <!,l /t‘»' O' >’ 5».
/>/; 1 ;iV3 77//.s !) »T
Grand Con mi dated Lottery r'" \ r ; '* 1“ n
To bo drawn in A i:rjf-n:. <) >» e *ni ^oay,
Now 25th.
HIGHEST PRIZE f.?i>.000'
Tb Lets 00; halve 2 qa.il t • - 1
('n ' s!e i n at \ i. .> by
s &’ * * * > * ’
t? * v h *■-a e* j$ «
[ ;,'?cri' ! j.TC'i •! T C ‘ Ht'aliCV. Alt r(I)hi ! I (l.
LTn winy of Grand Consolidated Lotuiy, Extin
Class No. 9:
oq 07 o3 56 is 01 21 10 31 55 h.J 00
" ' -
/;/; i iio Tills da v
Ci .iikI Consolidated Lottery, Ciass u for iy>. .
To he drawn at \Vi!inin«ton. J\\ edaesday, ;
25th Nov.
HIGHEST PRIZE 20,000 DOLLARS !
Tickets 85. halves 2 50, quarters 1 25.
To be had ir. a variety of number? of
J. LAPiiK>>
j)j awin<_f of Grand < *onsolidnted Lottery. Extra
Class No. 0:
:;s 53 27 05 50 13 01 21 10 31 55 « 3 09
ORA W S THIS J) I V.
Gmnd Consolidated Lottery, Class \ \, for lQlw .
T0 in* drawn at Wilmington. I'M. U eclnesday, :
25th Novf
JUG HIST PRIZE $-20,000.
Tivkets >5 On; halves 2 50; quarters 1 25.
Tn behad i n a variety of numbers of
Jo W. YIOI.S7FT,
Lo r l i;i:V ami ;:,a hangf Pr*’KF
\ ! f K T nn<f F't
| FOR BOSTON,
The new packet brig ESTHER, R New
:ftS£comb, Jr. master, will have dispatch, h or
freght or passage, having superior accommo
I daiions, apply to
nov 25 WM. FOWLE & < [ >.
FOR BARBADOES.
The good brig FIJI ElF DODDRIDGE,
McKenzie master, will sail about 1st to obi
December, for freight or passage, apply to
LAMBERT & McKENZIE.
nov 2d Union Wharf.
FOR FREIGHT.
trrz The first rate fast-sailing coppered Ship
^'■ATOHN MARSHALL. Philip Crandeil mas
ter, d2() tons burthen, can be despatched imme
diately. For tei ms applv to
no v 1 * I1ENR V D AI NGERFIELD.
FOR CHARLESTON, S. C.
The good Schooner HALC\ON. Ja
&ya*ginieson, master, having pirt cargo en
gaged, will have despatch. For freight oi bal
ance, or passage, applv To
nnv IS VVM. FOWf.F. A CO
UKI JUT. .
rrz Tlic iijtt'i'ior cjijiered I.i>A AIJO.
Smith master, stows DO • obis ann is in
complete order ! o' anv vovag< i app:^ t()
nov 10 HEN 1. V DAINGERF1ELD.
F()R NE 1 * ()RLE \NS.
r/-rr Tlie fist sailing coppered Siiin EAGLE, <
b / ^J.)hn Haul mastiT, having part of her car
!_ro engaged will sail a:> )ut tin* 5t!i <>! November. !
H;jt* will, however, rein tin a lew days longer.il i
it will better suit the convenience ol shippers,
or p * spongers. Aptdv to
oVt ' ‘ ' WM. FoWLE & Co.
ALEXANDRIA AND NK\V ORLFANS
PAC ‘ K F'i S.
, .- vr- / ' VT i'v
pe> tQ>
:|>RMi TRIKUXF. Samuel C. Roush. m ister.
I) wil] n \uv.)
Itriif ISA AD FRANKLIN, Win. Smith mas
ter. on the !-t December.
Rrjcr F A< \\ S. Nathaniel Bon >h master, on j
the loth of Deceiti!n-r.
Tliey will contimi - to leave this port on the |
] -1 a; 1 1 ijlhofeaeh month throughout tnr slop- i
pine sea-on. They are all vessels o! {in' lust
class, comma tided by experienced and accom- i
modathp-T officer-; will at all times <*;•> up tin* j
M ■ - issippi by steam, and every exmti m used j
to pn> note tie.* interc-l o. h. pp<rs ami couiloi t ^
of p l> -eperps.
Shippers may pn*vent a disappointment by ;
h wing their hill - of lading r *ady the day pro- \
\ join to -ailing, as they will go prom; tly at t»*e •
time. _ !
Servnnts t!iat are intended to be slapped, will
at anv time be reo'sved for > if* keeping at ’l >
cents p**r <1 a v. JOiI n A11 .\I S* I i. L D.
nov :» —tt ■
OR\ \MENTAL HAIR,
y t A. P»R FA ST lias jut received from the |
v J . nie mi fact or v ol I’i.os. OnoT, of X«• w \ ork, I
a li.md- »ine a^ itment of < U na mental Fail j
\\ or!:, of !! i (' latent f. \ -1 ion to v. h; ( i i he invites
t!a* a!tenti«>n o| tie* La*ms. I iis Slore .s on t<ic
west side ot Koval -•treet. nov ;J 1 -b?
RAIL ROAD NO l l( -K.
a \ ,nder to alt'ord ample time to tic - * travel
y lers who wish to return the same day, for
lb • transaction ,;! their bn ;m >> in IhGtimoiv ,
the Dars will. ;n future, I,,;.- day iiu !u-ive, leave
thf Depot in Washington daily at mm; o'ehn k,
A. M.
The arrangement, iiutii further ii >li r wiii 1
t -u « lore i/e.
rno.M \v \saiN(.i: ox.
A! NIXF o'clock. \. M. and half p isf Md it, j
P. M.
FROM n vl/UMOlU*. j
AI NINI*: o\h >ck, A. M. and FOUR. P. M.
5=* \s tiieje is a > ttftiwl ml ot lino in >v a-** -
' ■ 11. it is recommended to na>senger> to he
•it i .» j ),’•.»»e i > ■ ,<■(> tin- ii 11ji - named lor tut* de
ear u!\' (»I i• • * ( 1 i . no v ’2 1—<11 n’\\ dm
N K \V KOODe A i III" DUD FI' I’FK i'S.
Sjj l a I luM hn i.a -
ry l ine and superime I. »nd m cl >*Ls
Jhuat and l"o e bankets
i h»»inet and re'^ro chdi i,; g
1 I and G i fiunm D
English merino, bombazines
i .\bco and m rino chintz
Black an 1 w lute gingham
D imbibes \n ! clerked mu-' n
\', lute and colored rotten !m-e
Mohair and worsted d t
1 iDei ia and Rmsha siierthr.?
], ! • ns 1 j v. iiand dmp“i
Flusiiinu, hnsey < !.e, k.
A •General a -•> u inn t»t Ol d m * ’ *’ \\ : ' ’
' 1 ■
r HOT.
A FILL y of a;I si/»* i om tne l iiit'iii.':
ix Shot Tower Company <>i 1 laltimoi c*. in
store, and foi >air at tower price by
\i ; ■ Ml n
OA . I A A i > . . t! • < ■ H ' M s. ’ \
Mli 4 * Fit KS ! I cocoa nut*
‘U :> I) I’m:. !i *:ar.dy
1 Koj MaS i*r'i p'*s
1 h i n j d!. s \ ■' >!, n -: 5 ! n * :
; voc*'i V' d r, :>d I >1 - a e b \ UO! I r K 1 Li. LL,
r o v ! 3 K * '/ 1 r< - r
HUM a \ > filN
Jh, ] . i ' ' ' |> Ho
r) !of «-t!e b> Hi MIY I.; MX^h.itl Ha i!
n v 17 _ _ _ ,
TIMS.
W' P At I. \CFS i f Imperial. <.«•• ipawd.-i,
< ) a ini \ ui'.o Hvsmi iVa-\ lor -r.«i * * bv
nov HE SiH Y I' \ i b • • • <: r iEED.
\i K S ! I. \ \ {1 S A LT \ FL< ■ \ T.
BFSHF.LS Turks Inland Sait, the j
( ai oo of fiie P.JiL' hat ward. 1 >. P>oyd
Smith Mast.-r, from 'Porks Island, for safe by
nov 17 HEAP. Y HAIXH Kit FIELD.
SOAP. SPERM Oil,. &c.
* ROXFS ( Migrates brown >o .p
2 9} 5 “ Sander* Mu'tard in < an:. v.;
0 olds, pure u inbT strained Sperm Oil
Received persehr. Columbia from New York. 1
and for sale by A. J. I1 LEM1NO.
nov Id ' Irw in’s wharf, j
WINES.
-i/1 CASKS Marseilles and Sweet Maiatra 1
I I f Wines, iu. t received and for sa> t v
nov 13 WM. \ Me \ El :c
BECK WHE AT i I < >TJR
Qd.A R f ER !>!•!.. Fuck wheat I-Vm.l
L iiidii e from S oon Miller, and t* ; sale
hv STEPHEN SHP N.
Janr y ■ \Y rf
N. O. MOLASSES
HMDS. verysupmi r f -r retailii.pr receivep :
i ) into store and for *me l)V
ANHUEW J. FLEM ING.
j,f*v ]3 Irwin \\ barf.
mmm—m* I I 11■ —I >JT»
1 AUCTION SALUS.
j " BY GEOKGE WHITE.
--
Vessel, Sails. Kiggifi.c, at Anrliov.
i i \ \ Thursday Morning. the Ctisii «»t
, \/<>xlock, will be sohl at Mr. Samuel Em.:
sav’s store, on Union street, without reserve, for
the benefit of whom it may concern. Me *aus,
standing and running rigging, anchors and ta
: b!os. one boat and four spars, water cask* nn<
cabin furniture, one cooking and one cabin
stove, saved from the Schooner Merchant, uoin
Albany, bound to this place. ^ t
y * At the same time and place will be sold
C;*£ihe HULL of said Vessel, of about 122
tuns burthen, as she now lies, a little below
niaekstone's Island in the 1 liver Potomac.
Terms of sale. (’ash. GEO. \\ 111 IK.
nov 24 v * i_
BARLEY AT At PH ON.
^I/'ILL be sold at public auction on l l:m*t»»*y
? ▼ the 26th inst. at 12 o’clock, in front ot (a o.
Johnson & i Vs Store, without leserve. for the
benefit of whom it may concern, about 200
bushels of BARLEY, saved from the schooner
Merchant, from Albany to Ibis pi ;ce, upwards
of due half of which is in prime order, the ba
lance | artially damaged. Terms of sah\ cash.
Ill)V 2i GEO. WHITE, b
ADMINISTRATION sale,
Ot' St 'C/l. /'arminsr l tensils, Sdius, l is<ng
JJuals, Q’C.
1 > Y virtue of an order of t!ie Orphan* Cnmt
I ^ of Washington county. District of Uoiumbia,
the subscriber will sell at public auction, on Fri
da v the 1th day of December next, at the farm
called h'hu Wains, opposite Alexandria, a stock
of Horses, Oxen. Cows, Sheep, Hogs, vie.;
sundry Farming Utensils of whic.b there i* the
ii-n il ii*sortment of good Qualify; about 230 b r
r.-l* of'new Corn; a very valuable Fishing Hot...
a good Garden Boat, Seines, ^lc.; 2 Guns, m:
dry Household Furniture, a lot of Llack*mii.» *
To h *, rlc. Sale to commence at Id u cie r»,
A. M.
The above is part of the pt rsonai estate of u.e
hire William Marbury.
Terms of Sale:—For all sums of and one* r
jO. cash: f u ail sums over 820, a credit ol
davs. the purchaser giving bonds with 2*)od -
curitv, beai ;:i‘r interest from the day of saie.
JOHN MARBURY,
Executor of Whiiam Marbury.
n' > v 2d — eon
IT. S. MAIL,
/ .'1 /. j chhI/ i<i to I\ unlitngton.
__ ThcTru* Blue will leave
Alexandria every evening at
f;>-Half past 0 o'clock. for Was!.*
2- *V» *■-■ft—inirton; leave Washington for
A1 xandria at II o'cloc k, A. M. on tne arrival
of the Cars from Baltimore.
I' »r seats in the above line please apply at
Bilt/hoov. r A (Vs. Office, next door to Cads*
b \ Hot. 1. Washington. and at Newton’s Hotel,
AW x undid i. U BEKS & NOLAND.
iv»v lb— hi __ __
. . KEW ARl)
SPRAYED or stolen fiom tin:
• V " . <ii!>-< nlu i *> pasture, on or about the
f• v^py- Dt ol October last, a small BLACJ»
tf A ‘ <l-o JL MAKE, four years old last S; ring;
vAih ii tad and flowing mane; mane and tad
sonmw bat sun-inn nt of a rusty color; shod be
foi (»; p.-ifeetlv gentle; p ices and trots retnaika
blv im*v. I have every reason to believe that
W is somewhere in the neighborhood of the
|pv-pt «• m Frirv.asl puichastd her of Mr.
S i .el.^ of A lex a ndi ia, and a mare ansv. eriug her
tj.>.i . parsed through Piscataway about
three davs alter she was missing, i will give
p,r p. iveiewaid and pay all reasonable char
- .>> ;i hron"iit home. A* • W • f IA NNON. Jr.
P ) : Master, Pomonkey, Chad. Co. MJ.
n tj eot>w
CA I FOR NKuROE
^ ',i p. ;>• ,<• o.»t.'i sexes from Id io d > y»* os
£j (*t age. Pe having likelv Servant:*
t » o • .•!, will lind it to their interest to
xr ve us a rail, as we will give higher prices in
ci-.h than anv othei purchaser who is now or
r.'f li.’jeaf:* rcome into this nimket.
nov !> FUANKIJN & Alt M FI ELD.
: <m hire.
p ^ R the mining yc.»j. a first rale dim; g
■ ’ i , m.servant - any person wishing to fine,
c an h iii'li m Oil tr. J until <2In islm ii - cmplire
’ ’ office. nnv 19.
~~ J \Mb. • 8 < .1 \ NELL M D
PL A 77.S7 ,
a * r.f PE« Til LI.\ inform^ the citizens ;»11
■ i v. :tars of \lexnndrin ihat he ma\ heron
sulled.it Mr. A .Newton’s Hotel on tlie third
W edne .!.*\ in every month, (ruin 9 o'clock
A. .\i unto 1 Ik M. All letters addressed to Hi*.
at i... oilicc. between tfie United States.
Rank and tin-President's Ibm-e, W ashington
( ’dy orii ll ;it Mr New ton s Hotel. Alexandria,
will b pum tu ii!y attended to.
j m j -eW'edth
MOKE NEW GO<>1
r | ^ * 1 j - subscribers again have the pleasure of
l < ,u,i:.g the attention of th« ir friend.; and
me p;;bi,c to !h dr late an ival of NE W tit dJDS,
which nukes their u'tmo.t vary Ian: * and
t omjM.t*' i eiL >ns coming from a db'unce to
j t,< In e go ss will fi ivl theii interest: greatly
hem lot*, d i<v v aiiincr itri i examining their stock
before ; »u« iia-.i g as they are always willing
s * .it! .i veiy small advance*, c*»the i lor each
cn * : t• • in- 1 u.tj customer
WM. H. MOUNT A Co.
nov !»> (-of ner of King & Eainaxsts.
LADIES’ M US.
c HAVE just received from New Yoik a
B large a-sor!umnt of Lynx f'apes, long and
round; and a handsome lot of IJoas; a!l which
w ili be sold low, for cash.
A! ho—
Sea Otter and superfine Seal C'a; ■; together
with a large assortment low priced Fur Laps,
nov Id JNO. T. o. WILEAIL
A \ i HRA( 'IT K ( o >AL.
/ i 'Id )N S of East Primrose A uthracife Una
► / a verv superior article, daily <•* ; < • :< : »
the Sloop Tom Swift from Phi; a ' •
?a»e low if taken from the ve-sel.
nov 20 J. (Si (». I.
LIVER POOL UOAILSK SALT.
4 i i 1,1 ^,!F-P f.i vij ;o
fclFHFl/ for sale by
• : • Vv’M FOWI
F*MILY FLOUR
4, I VAX barrels superior Richnu* a . ■*
- ». family use. ju t rer *ived an I 1 r -a‘ /
nov I •< JAMES \>. k.LEE.
(,ROUND PLASTER,
| N tierces and barrels—the cargo ol the s*. hr
a. Halcyon. » apt. Jamieson, from i ”* lL»iEcc
Manufactumg’ r’ornpanv. f r sale by
nov 19 |\VM. FOWLE "v fv

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