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“ Fats ce q\Cxl faut, arrive ce qxiil pourra :.'(?Xu TOrraSEWXT fcWJJ£7:i*m IM* y»$* Sf3SW OTmJEES T^Sr*. ^SRJ~ST©* Al.EXANDK I a gazette .PUBLISHED, DAILV. BV EDGAR SXO IVI) EX, K, 3 „ ILLAKS per annum, payable half yearly. ILE X ANDRIA GAZETTE (FOR THE COUSTR V) IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON T 'KSMW. THURSDAY & SATURDAY, vr 3 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN AJVANCK. T r fi# of Vlctrtisinsr:—Advertisements neat v uni conspicuously inserted at the rate of one \ ir per square for the first three insertions, a!l j twentv-livecents for every subsequent inser t * A reasonable deduction will be made in of yearly advertisers. V Ml advertisements appear in both papers. FOR SALK. • v The three story Brick Dwelling House ^ nn ! Store adjoining, on Fairfax street—the !i ise now occupied by Miss Ashton—both are j unit in the best manner—the House handsome j •; finished and calculated to accommodate a ; ;\:-i'e family—a moderate price will be taken j ; iTthe p lyments made to suit the convenience o t'p* purchaser. Apply to ...c il \V. FOWLF & Co, FOR U FN 1\ . A The three story Brick Store at the corner l.r# prince and Union streets, now occupied ( \ir. Jos. II. Miller. It is an excellent stand j ;,;r a Rcocerv—will be rented low and posses q »n'*'iven on the 1st ol January. Apply to ' ^ n \Vr. FOWLED Co. AMERICAN SILK GROWERS’ GLIDE. Jr rsr Published and (or sale by Wm. ;M. Morrison, the American Silk Growers tVuide, or the art of Raising the Mulberry and s *% on th • system ot successive Crops in eaeh season, by Mr. Keurick. \ ;q j,ist received as above, the Pastor at the S >!. Red. and an AlHicted Family's Companion, i v Christian, Oemler, Pastor at Weimar, traus i, .u> the German, by the Rev. Albert Ilef (csteiu. Sr. _j;t^] M WAN A SKOALS. \KKW (ptart»*»* boxes • Fernandez "—a very superior article—for sale by ;s. MKSSERSM1TH. FEATHER beds. ci FVERAL leather beds of fair quality. Iji S OEO. WHITE. jnn It __ ] cook wan Fed. I IVER A L wages will be paid to a Female ; i A C ink. either by the month or year. Apply at this odi< e. dec t t( i TO RENT. y Tii'Dwelling House opposite the Far JiLirn*'f’s R ink of Alexandria; it is also a good ■ stand I >r a grocery store JOS 1 All II. DA Vis. j OIL AND CANDLES. , ^ \ CAsKS of first quality winter-trained, L* spei m < li 1 go box *3 sperm candles \ at do best mould candles—for sale by A < . CAZENOiE II \t'K> AND GIGS. mwn U At'KS in good order, having recent- ! I !v undergone a thorough repair, with bar- j no**complete: also, two Gigs with harness, loi j Nul-*on accommodating terms. nn >s GEO. WHITE. SFGARS COFFEE &c. MI111DS. prime P. R. Sugars : 50 bags green Laguira Coffee |10 hhds. N. K. Rum, this day landing | iro'u ihig Esther for sab* bv jan t> WM. FOWLE & Co. Dll' T CANDLES. r ~ BOXES Dipt Candles of prime quality. *)•) now receivin'; and for sale by U M. X. Me V Hl< HI. POR ro RICO AND x. O. SUGARS. |*r Hill'S. Prime Porto Rico and New Or ♦ J leans Sttijars, just received and for sale \Y M. N. M'V EHHI. Will rE CRUSHED SUGAR. f POUNDS Superior White Crushed « »)’>?”* Sii'rar, just received and for sale WM.N. McVElGH. COAL. i BUSHELS superior Grate Coal. ® ♦*' **/ on band and for sale bv J. A G. 1. THOM AS. UK) COFFEE. .►A RAGS prime Green Rio Coffin', for sale • Ml In S.MESSEUSMITH. MOUSES AND CARRIAGES. 4 FIRST rate Work Horse, and a well gait •' Riding Horse believed to be lull blooded. •1H.So, A second hand family Carriage, late y repaired for sale low by WM. P. NUTT. DOMESTIC CARPET. HI PIECES Domestic Carpet, low priced, I ™" just received and for sale by jan l.; IGEO. WHITE. NEW CROP RICE. CASKS Rice, of the new crop, received from Charleston, for sale by LAMBERT & McKF.NZIE. jan 15 Union M barf. ion LABORERS WANTED. WANTED, on the Alexandria Canal, one hundred Laborers, to whom liberal wages " ill be siven. Also, fifty Horses and Carts, and twenty-five Boys as drivers of carts; and we "ill purchase srood Carts and Horses. Enouire at Four Mile Run, or in Alexandria, of P. ROTCH &. Co. iy 2—dtt fNat. Intel. 2aw3wj | THE INDIAN’S PANACEA. 11*0 tt the cure of the Itheuman, Scrofula, King’s Kvil, Gout, Scisticia or Hip Gout, Incipient Can cers, Sait Kheum, Syphilitic and Mercurial diseases particularly Ulcers and painful affections of the bones, Ulcerated Throat and Nostrils, Ulcers of every des cription, Fever Sores, and Internal Abscesses; Fistu las, Piles, Scald Head, Scurvy, Hdes, Chronic Sore Kyes, Krysipeles, Hlotches, and every variety of Cu taneous Affection; Chronic Catarrh, Headache, pro ceeding from an acrid humor; Pain in the Stomach and Dyspepsia, proceeding from vitiation; Affections of the Liver, Chronic Inflammation of the Kidneys, and general Debility, caused by a torpid action of the vessels of the skin. It is singularly efficacious in re novating those constitutions which have been broker) down by injudicious treatments or juvenile irregulari ties. In general terms, d is recommended in all those diseases which arise from impurities in the blood, or vitiation of the humors, of whatever name or kind. Some of the above complaints may require some trifling assistant applications, which the circumstances of the case will dictate; but for a general remedy or Purfi; ator, to remove the cause, the Indian’s Pana cea will generally be found sufficient. TO T1IR PUBLIC. How true it is, that modern Physicians- in 1 heir am bition to excel in their profession; to explore the vast fields of science by the aid of (Chemistry, and veek out new remedia1 agents; in short to ariive at perfec tion in their practice In means of art alone, entirely overlook and neglect, as beneath their notice, the rich and bounteous stores of medicine, which the Almighty lias caused to spring out of the earth in every clime! \nd how much more true it is that whilst the Ameri can Physician looks to foreign countiies for many of his mod common and necessary articles, perpetually changing as they are, at the dictate of fashion and fol ly, lie i> surrounded in his own country with an end less profusion of medical plants, -uflicienl to answer any in lication in di^ea^e, or to cure any curable disor der; ami yet he is ignorant of their virtues, and they art* suffered to “wa-te their healing on the desert air ” I he effects of vegetable me lic’ne* upon the systi m are temporary—those of minerals lasting- The ter mer exert their effects and pass off—the latter, mer cury in particular, act chemically upon the solids, de composing the bones, and undermining the constitu tion by a slow and sure destruction. The congenial tv,efficiency and safety of vegetable reme lies over mineral, may be estimate*: by contrast ing the ancient practice with tlie modern; or, to, bring it more immediately wilder our own observation, Hie Indian practices with that of the whites Who, in America has not known or heard of repeated instan ces w herein some decrepit!, unpretending female In dial', ov means of her simple remedies alone, has ef fected the most rapid anil astonishing cures, after the whole Materia Medica of the common practice, di reeled in the most skilful manner, has failed? And who has rot been surprised at beholding the compa rative ease and lucihty with which the 1*dian trees himself from :d*v disease, und at the almost total ab- - sence ‘of chronic diseases am-- r.g *hem? M ho has ever heurd or an hi ian with a constitution b.oUn and , ined by i'l treatment? And can a doubt cx s-- 1 this luppv exemption ot the savage from most ol lot , ills wind, the flesh *u civilized man is heii to, is chief iv owing to tlie more genial and safe remedies which tie employs? This astonishing difference in success, is a fair exemplification ol the infinite superiority ot j the simple and safe means of cure which (»od has cre atedfm the benefit o! his children, over those which Hie pride and li e art of man have invented From a long residence among a portion of the abo riginal inhabitants of this country, and intimate ac- , quaintaoce w th the methods of cure ot some ot their most successful practitioners, the proprietor of “ t he ! Indian’s Panacea,” acquired a know It dge of si rue ot !heir most powerful and favorite remedies. 1 rom i these selectec! slit 1) *ts vv ert Uiost t fhciicious up propriate, and ifter variousexpi riiner.ts to tc-t tie ir ; principles and strength, he has combined them in the , form here presented, as the most perS/ct and hi neh ciu! for the purposes for w hich it is recommended flu proprietor offers this preparation tv) the public, with the consciousness that he is placing within its; reach a remedy capable of relieving ma.iy of Ins at dieted fellow beings, who are suffering mi fertile van ous circuit' and obstinate complaints to which u is ap- j plicable. To such, it will prove of incalciihiok va tit*, as the means, and in many cases, the only mean1- ot re j iieving their sufferii gs, ami res’oring them unco more < to health and happiness. This is not offered as a common rein* dy* that may per enance ot cquany j/’in with min\ others now in use, but as one ulnv.li is ca pable of saving lift* in many extreme ca^es, when ah tli usual remed»esf iil This it hasdonerepeatct.ly ; j'‘d this is the reput itiou it has obtain d u heiever it has | been introduced . _ It is only three y^ars since tins preparation was in si presented to the public, but in that short space of time some hundredsof persons might be fowui, w m would solemnly declare that they believed that tneir live*, were saved by it. and in must cases after they had tried many and perhapt all the common remedies ,D vain. VN herever it i* known it is rapidly coming into it e, and tins affords the most sub. la.itiai and con viucing proof of its merits. I he value of the Panacea, is most conspicuous in those long standing and obstinate syphilitic and scro fulous affections which have defied all other remedies, and particularly in those casts where mercury has been so lavishly used as to c *use distressing P^,ns 1,1 the bones, nodes, mercur al u!c<.r>, derangement of the digestive organs, &c. These it completely re moves, and in all Cases it entirely eradicates the dis ease and t lie effects of mercury renovates the consti tution. an 1 leaves the patient sound and well In Uheumatisms and ulcet ated sore thr *at, its happy < f* fects are not less apparent, giving almost immediate relief Taken in proper'loses, the 11Kirin s , anacea °pei* atesb< an alterative and detergent; a diaphoretic, di uretic and laxative; an anti spasmodic and anodyne; Hiid in proper cases, as a stoma'.hie and emmeiingogue (iener.dl) expressed, it increases all the secretions and excretions, gives tone to the stomach, and excites ac lion in the glands in a particular manner K"om these princ.pits its operation may be understood. This medicine lias been found highly useful in ma nv ambiguous diseases not here specified, and it has been used with wonderful success as a spring and fall rifier by those who are subject to complaints of the chest and whose constitutions require new vigor — Such’persons will dowel! to try two or three bottles mi small doses. Whenever a diet drink is co.oidered necessary, this Panacea, taken in a small dose, w,l, answer all its purposes, in much less tune, at less ex pense, and in a far more agreeable manner, than toe common diet drink, •>, ! he following certificates, out of similar w hich might be procured, are given totn.ow t.\t ^ic > of The Indian’s Panacea, in \he various complaints therein mentioned; and also to exhibit in tlie most >a tisfactory manner, its superiority over the syrup m common use:— CVSE3 OF RHEUMATISM. (Charleston, Nov. 15, 1831. During the last winter and spring, I was afflicted with a very severe and distressing Rheumatism, occa sinned by exposure in bad weather. I now take great pleasure in stating, that six bottles of tlve Indian's Pa nacea, restored me to perfect health, and I confidently recommend it to all similarly affected JOHN FERGUSON, King-st. Charleston, March ‘27, 1832. I was seized, abo i* three years since, with a dis tressing Rheumatism, caused by taking a severe cold while under the influence of mercury, and which has disabled me from business ever since. During this pe riod I have been a patient in the Marine Hospital in this City, upwards of four months, and nearly the same length of time in the Baltimore Hospital, and tri ed almost every remedy, with little benefit. On the 16th February last, at that time scarcely able to move about upon crutches, I commenced the use of Pile In dian's Panacea. In one month 1 found myself free frompdn, and am now happy lo state that I consider myself perfectly well. WM. TUCKER, 13 Market-st. casks of scrofulous ulcers. Nkw-York, Sept. 10, 1830. This m:iv certify, that in the fall of 1855, I was seiz ed with h swelling in my neck and face, which after terwards nlceralcd and became Urge ghastly ulcers in my neck. After trying several Ph\sieians to no ad-| vantage, I went to Philadelphia, and placed myself | under the care of Ora. Physic and Reace, when, after 1 repeated salivations to no effect, I was pronounced to 1 tally incurable. Afterwards I took twenty bottles of Swaim’s Panecea ami eight bottles Poller’s Catholicon, with no material benefit Despairing of life, which hail now become a burthen to me, I returned to my parents in New-York,in 1859, and gave .lyself up to lingering death Hearing of the great success of the j The Indian’s Panacea, however, in cases similar to my own, I was persuaded to try it as a last-resort. To my great surprise as well as satisfaction, I soon found mi sell rapid!) ri covering, and upon taking seven bottle-, the u»« r.-> healed md ! became perfectly well in the comae of two months, and have remained so ever since, i in ike this statement and wish it publish ed for the benefit of those who are suffering under si milar scrofulous or s) plnhtic affections, that they may know what has cured one who has suffcied every tiling but death, and a iio considers hi s life saved In the above swop. M M. HENMAN. C.h a h j r.STO >•, duly 15, 1831. I was afllic’e I four wars with an ulcer in the leg, j occasionally acc •ti’panied with erysipeltous infEtm- I mation and excesove pain in the leg and ancle joint.— , Severs! eminent Physicians exerted their skill upon - it, but without perm ment bciufit. In this stafe, five bottles of the Indian’s Panacea made a perfect cure. MARUAKriT A. WEST, 151 Meeting st. For sale by W.U. STAHI.KIt, Chemist and Druggist, Alexandria, U. C , AD ENT. 3 mo 21 — 1 y WHOLESALE HAT & CAP WAREHOUSE' 1 n vvk jrsr m:< kivkd per i sclir. Village and fori** (*o ' lumbia, direct from the manufacturers, .1 large oil l general as sort in cut of CAPS AM) SILK MATS. Of the Latest I'ashioils. All which will be sold on the most pleasimr terms, either wholesale or retail. ii (Country Merchants are invited to call and ex amine the follow in*r arti cles:— Fxtra sup. Sea Otter Caps North \merican do do Lxtra superf. Seal do Fine do do With a varietv of low-priced Fur. and a hand some lot of Men’, and Hoys Cloth, Caps, bear in*' ditferent names according to pattern. r-11.K HATS, Which for beauty and the latest style cannot oe surpassed. 1.AD1KS* V\ 15 S. u l.oni: i*oas ol a ‘iood quality, very hi.ic»v j )d do second quality do Short neck furs ol various qualities and colors [Slack and brow n .-kins (or cloaks am, own coats A l.>0. 10t) dozen H air Seal Caps of various shapes lor mcii and boys , . . ,, i \4* ii ... ki .. / . j • ;j<ni w line. excellent 20 dozen \\ ool llai>» oiath. a., i } TO HAT MANFFAC I c III’.US. I have any article necessary for our business, and will seli to von good bargains. MV own I laf Manufactory is in ml opcia tion. and I have on hand HATS ol a I , lest op tions, which will be sold aecmdtng to qua.t >• Hats made to order at the shortest notice and warranted to retain shape and color. N I!. Customers’hats kept m good ot oil gia tis. Old Hats taken in part paymenMot nc" ones. JOHN T. O. U ILl.AU. sept 23 . - LF.VI ill’UDl.F.. s*7-11,1, continue, at tile old stand, sniilh-wes V/ corner of King and Columbus st.e. ts, to carry <>n his business ;is CllAlIt M AM* A< 1 ', ‘ ! OU.NAMK.NTAL I’AIA > W>> and wlii'n- In' "ill make, :w< keep constantly for sale, at la prices, a general as.-.ortinent o Grecian, I'ttncg, »»d i ltd sol CM \1US. The public arere>pei t i I fully invited to call annex, ids present assortment. He feels «a>>uM i they will be found not to be mho ‘ > t in the durability of their materials < n‘a.. ness of their execution, to those ol an) nufacturer in the District. , ^ He will execute Sign * £ ingand (Hiding, in all then ' a*1,1 1,1 on the most accommodating 101 r Old Chairs will be taken in part pa) new ones, or will be repaiied °i 1 c the shortest notice. nnnufactorv will be Cliatrs purchased a !hl.'|)is!rirt sent, free ol expense, to c.n> 1 _ - joh rinntint» Oi every description printed at thH °h:cr HATS, CAPS AND FUUS. JOHN T. EVANS respectfully informs his old customers and the public generally, that he has on hand a splendid assortment of stipe rior 131 ack SILK and FUR IIATS, of all shapes and qualities, manufactured by journeymen of long and well-tried experience: as ho keeps no apprentices, he can therefore with continence recommend any work which may leave his shop. He has just received, by the last arrivals from New York and elsewhere, ('APS of the latest fashions and best workmanship and materials. Among them will by found Youth’s and Men's Cloth and Fur Caps, of a variety of patterns. He continues to keep Ladies’ Furs of every kind; such as Fur Stocks, Boa Constrictors, &c.: as also Fur Skins, for gentlemen’s collars, of every description. He* is now manufacturing/,'/'//**’ Heaver Hou nds, of the latest fashion and best material. oct 7 _ _ LEGITIMATE FASHION. * 1 HAVE iust received the real Fashion from London via Philadel phia, with a letter from the Mann faeturor staling that they are worn by his most genteel customers.— The fashionables are requested to call and see for themselves. J. T. 0. W1LL3AII. net 5—tf _ ORPHANS’ COURT, Alex andria County, ^ January Tvnn, 1836. S 1C7TLLIAM STAPLER, Guardian of Julia if R. Headly, rendered to the Court his fourth account as Guardian aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof; which account will be allowed and duly recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in March next; of which ( all persons interested or concerned will take ; notice, A copy—Test: A. MOORE, jan 26—wflw Reg. ills. ORPHANS’ C()URT, Alexandri a ()o\ nty, / January 'Term. 183G. i \¥7\\L STAPLER. Guardian of the infant Y f children of Edw. Stabler, exhibited to the J Court his 2d account as Guardian aforesaid, j with the vouchers in support thereof; which ac count will bt* allowed and duly recorded, un less cause be shewn to the contrary, on or be fore the first Monday in March next; of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Test: A. MOORE, jan 26—wGw Reg> Wills. ORPHANS’ COURT, Alexandria Coi nty. f January 'Term. 1836. $ myrARY STAPLER AND WILLIAM S A - , PLEIl, admininistrators of Edward Sta bler, deceased, rendered to the Court eir 3d account as Administrators aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof; which account ' will be allowed and duly recorded, unless cause' | be shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in March next; of which all per sons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Test: A. MOORE, Reg. Wills, jan 26—w6\v_ niM’i IANS' COURT, Alex indria County, ( January Term. 1$3G. $ nm. JACKSON. Guardian ofMaryLee. ren* tiered to the Court his 4th account as guar dian aforesaid, with the vouchers in support thereof; which will be allowed and duly record ed. unless cause he Cnewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in March next; of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Test: jan 26— wGw A. MOORE, Reg. M ills. (TkFITaNry COCltT. Alkxandria C’ounty, / January *.Term, 1S3G. S - i, ARRIETM. LLOY1>. Administratrix with l.l tlu' will annexed, of Edward Lloyd, de ceased, irndered to the com t her sixth account as AduiinCtratrix aforesaid, with thejvoucheis in support thereol; which account will he al lowed and duly recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before the rir-t Monday in March n**xt; of which all persons interest ed nr concerned will take notice. A Copy—Test: A. MOORE, jan 20—w*■ w ];^ • ORPHANS’ COURT, A lex andria Got nth . / January 'Term. 1S3G. S Hi RR1ET M. LLOYD, < Juardian of the in taut children of Edward I Joy cl, deceased, rendered to the Court her sixth Guardian ac count. with the vouchers in support th». H'». which account will be allowed and duly i < <-<».<! ed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on or before tie-* first Monday in Mau i, n* x , of which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy-Test: jan 26-wOw A. MOORE, Reg. Wilta._ ORPHANS’ COURT, Alexandria County, } January / mil, l bdG. > 4 N\ CAROLINE BRANDT, Guardian of /V 1 ()<mii Brandt. orphan of Uichd' I >. Brandt, ,1,'c'd! rendered to the Court her fid Guardian | J,,t with tiio vouchers in support thereof; w hich nccoiiut will lie allowed and duly record ,.,|. unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on nr before the first Monday in March next; nf which all persons interested or concerned will take notice. A copy—Test; jan 26—w_6w A. MOOKE, Reg. W ilto. TEA. COFFEE AND DI CK. | ^ CHESTS and half chests Young Hyson ! ,«■ * J 'I'eas of good quality 5 half chests Gunpowder do do. j 50 bags St. Domingo Coffee oil pieces light and heavy Havens Duck For sale by LAYiLPHtT & McKENZIPi. jan j5— ' Union Wharf. CliEtt INGlT)HACt:O AND OIL. \FEW boxes first rate Cavendish tobacco A few tierces, prime pale winter oil—for j sa]e by GEO. JOHNSON & Co. ALSO. 6 boxes pound rolls, ullobbinsV \cr\ l°'v 2 keurs of pound twists of guod «4lici 1 i*> a> as piii"s — to close sales. J,th i STAGE FOR WASHINGTON. The Mail Coach I.ine for > Warren ton, will hereafter leave Alexandria about 9J A and, in connection with this line, a daily one of splendid Post Coaches will depart every day at 2A P. M., from New ton’s Hotel, for Washington, and leave Wash ington every day at 8^ A. M. for Alexandria, nov 10—dtf WM. SMITH. WILLIAM FOWLE & Co. Have in Store anil offer for s<tfe— t | III Porto Rico and N\ Orleans su 1 "" gars of prime quality. 250 bags Rio ) n . 15 barrels Porto Rico \ LoUte‘ 75 bags Sumatra poppet 200 chests, half chests and b oxr* Imperial Cunpowder and Young Hyson Teas 80 hhds W. 1 retailing > . . 7 4 do sugar house \ Molasses. 50 hhds New England Rum 20 hall pipes, quarter casks and'. octaves old L. P. Madeira 80 pipes, half pipes, quarters and octaves Sicily Madeira, Ing ham and other brands } ft in 30 pipes, half pipes and qr. casks 20 cases, 2 and 3 dozen each, su perior old Port, from the house of Hunt, Rope, Teage & Co. , 100 boxes sperm candles, assoi ted sizes 10.000 bushels St. Ubes ) , , 2.000 do T. Island \ *ait 1.500 tierces j Uround Plaister. from the Lu 200 barrels \ bee Mills. 500 casks nails and brads, assorted 30 bales :j and 4-4 brown shirtings and sheetings, from the “Portsmouth Co.” A full supply of Cotton Yarn of all numbers, and Seine Twine from the Occoquan factory 200 bolts “Colts” cotton duck 700 drums figs 10 bales soft shelled almonds 10 casus salad oil 40 boxes lemons 3<>0 ibs. cloves, in small packages jan 11 COFFEE, CHEESE, &c. &c. (’ASKS Goshen Cheese 7 boxes plug tobacco 15 dozen corn brooms, large size 30 boxes !2 and j bulled) muscatel raisins 10 kegs ground pepper 5 nests wooden buckets 12 do. Ilingham boxes 5 qr. casks sweet Malaga wine 20 bbls. cider vinegar 15 reams wrapping paper and tea paper 16 baskets Champaigne wine, sup. brands 0 bbls. loaf sugar 11 do white Havana sugar 5 do do Brazil do 2 lihds superior St. Croix do 5 tierces fiesh rice 5 quarter c asks Marseilles M. wine 1 keg nutmegs 35 bags old Java coffee 16 do new crop green llic do 1 bag pimento 15 baskets olive oil 1 case gunpowder tea, in cannistera 15 bundles Russia mats 2 cases prunes, in fancy boxes Now landing from on board schooner President, from New York, and for sale low by ANDREW J. FLEMING, jan S Irwin’s Wharf. RAISINS, PRESERVES & WALNUTS. 5 4j| RONES Runch Raisins, 1” in half boxes do do 1 case Havana Preserves (small jars) ] do Guava Conserve 1 bale fresh English Walnuts Jiiat received per schr President and for sale by ROUT. REEL, King street. jan 11 _ 1_ APPLES AND GRAPES, j a | URLS piime Pippin apples I *F 1 jar li osh Malaga grapes—for sale by jan 25 ROEKRT REEL, King Street. WHARF AND WAREHOUSE TO RENT. • a I wish to let the property called Tuck Jjjj^c-r's Wharf. To a careful, responsible ten ant the terms will be liberal, and any repairs ne cessary v\ i:l be made. dec 25 JOSEPH MANIJOTILLE. TEAS. &c, Y\7 E have just received an invoice of Superi ▼ V or Teas, in chests, half chests and catty boxes, comprising Gunpowder, Imperial, and Young Hyson, which we will sell, wholesale or retail, as low as they can be bought in the mar ket. ALSO, Real Pearl Darley—and a general assortment of other Giocerics. J. & J. DOUGLAS, jan 26—eo3t _ COCOA AND CHOCOLATE. V FRESH supply of Baker’s prepared Cocoa in boxes, and No. 1 and 2 Chocolate in half boxes, for sale* by S. MKSSERSMI1II. jan 22 ____ LIME AND PLA1STER. #>AA BRLS. fresh Thnmaston lame so tons Plaster of Paris—received per brig Esther, and for sale by jan 22 WM.FOM.^U APPHKS, FIGS AND KA1SINS, , ~ DHL'MS figs in fine order IDV 20 brH Baldwin apples <>0 half boxes bunch raisins, just r« ceived per brig M^n. B£‘!ln *tr “>s b? LAMBER I & McKKNZiE. pn 22 Onion Wharf. N E. KU\L A IIIIDS.. this day landing fmm Brig Co -II j lumbia, from Boston, f«>r sale by ,Ire 23 WM. FOWLE & Co.