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WEDNESDAY MORNING* AUGUST 23, 1S37.
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NEW SEMES. VOL. XIII —NO. 4640.
I^^UA GAZETTE^
■ -»$* SXOIVDEX,
ri -r^^iPAYA8LB
I,rrvlM>KIV 1^,
\*l,roi: rue covxthy)
p,-|;l i•SUED REGULARLY ON I
':,'VY THURSD AY AND SATURDAY ,
r;^ I^LAUS PER ANNUM, PA, ABLE IN,
A- “ .\!)V \NCK. ^
T 1 /r-rt.wa *.-A<tveruseme.iu>
V’Z .‘, * one square, inserted tnree
n't1**; Al.Veriisements continued
! i s 1'! 9 |mc< for 50 cents a square tor
or 25ce»«^*V«. j
e-cn1 •’? ‘ rc counted as a squai e. ,
^:.M;vu.ts by the year, at prices
A I upon, havin': reference to
u mat Of space they may oc
«C; ,as advertisin'* bv the year not to
,l Articles not include, in their re.
8“ 'Cj 'ness nor to insert in their ad
- ?, :.?« any other names than their
I. \ \N• >:;tA AM)W|^ ufc\
I GCLAit M.M3 PALkKfb.
''\4r<<v: vm„ Vessels will cumpon
rr B'.neol Back.-, between
.*■ . , ft be Pistrict of Colu nb;a:
n Newcomb, Master
l .- Wank.nco, K. 11- Hy.ler. <“>
.. t, G. Nickerson do
a Columbia, C. Kvder,
se vessels are all oi the fir s>,
. ..xcell-nt accommodations fot I as
vrs. The Masters good i»ia»U, and
». if at'in doted with the trade. 1 he)
v ■. u) once a week from each [t.ace.
Att''V"K»wr.K & Co.. Alexandria.
\ V LoUBAUP & Co., 1 wharf,
if in*.' -A) — tf
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u.sUlNOTON Gi l") AM) .V OK
... The subscribers having t'ttr {TK
.^chased of Messrs. ArmUet.l.*=£2
J & Co. twooflheirspliMitliil >e»v
•V.*r»U packets, intend tanning them
u-lv oetween the two ports, leaving
V n--.ee «»n the 1st ol each month.
eV:,’bng T1UUUNE Samuel Bonsb
• r will leave this place on the Istot
n'lxt inoMh. |l)ece;nht'i.) The brig LV
, \s. N itiiantel Boast), masti r, oa tot
‘V.?,*! wishing to ship had better have
their servants at this place a day or two
..‘ His to *he vessels sailing. Servant,
kept at scents per day. freight
» m -Ti'V as hrivtoflm\
a:,j pa«a^ M (j W,LLIAMS £ CO.
irnJiio »♦()»» C*itv« _
. * ' u;\'AM>lilA. \V \ S! 11A C* I OA
lJ*‘ • i\i> UKOll«ETOWN. „
_ f|'he Stoawer r «ed*
ERiCivM'l’lUl. L/vipi. Jill*
fk;;is wiil a’avt* r«m
lan'rce street what!
everv Saturday afternoon, al 4 o
r,turning she will leave Washington eve
ry Wednesday m >ruing at 0, and Alex
u il.ii at 7 o’clock, ...
C>th going and returning, she will re
c w an i land passengers and It.if hi
<; „»ds at theu>u il landing places on i .e
p.tonac. The freight on such goods
i iht I) * paid at the time of shipment.
Skippers will please have their goods
di'iitict y ranked, and especially de-ig
ii.! * tii■* »'ice of dehvery whether AleX- ■
ailia. Washington or Georgetown—
iiur.ivs of miscarriage, to give i m
!,.♦» li.iie a dice to the Agent at the port of
, ..,y —pieowners oltiie ho.it will nof
t •, .crahleu nOoS such a dice he giv en
v. :'i;:i trn days.
ii ■ i i> niirt he sent alongside ocfaie *»
U vl>vk on the days of departure. . f
Ail 1> ivgage and parcels at the risk o*
t'.c o.viiCi or ow ners the rent.
CUAS. WOUTlll.NGTOX.
:i > V-d f A Vent.
Tlu* S'nmnnnt J'?*
sr.ru joiin.so\ will
n:> aiui alt* r ''.om’ay,
ul.h in>lant? run u*s
• >oV'. \
i-M.-o A x u !ria at 10.1 o’clock, A. M.
> »’, » tt, .1 o'ciock, P. M
«: » «Va> it )it at 0,1*2, ik> A. XI.
»: > t > nt 1.0 <1*> P. A1 •
:i j.**. J.)' j sSON. M i-r»*r.
t oil It K:\ r.
T ° ! ir.: ‘ ,i;kI raann ufious IT vise
- •' !..*• i.»wor om! «>! Print*** street,
• ';• •* i'v*< ! by Mrs. IIill: if N weil
• 1 i it*' ! i n* a <*i >terv an I it*'
lioiiv'. To a tenant thf>
| t w. '<)» ni s ! rate. Apply t° rtionuis
k * r. !\ij\j . *, ,s*?. ap 5—11
fou u;:m,
•vA The three st >ry brick Store, w ith
—1' Ho roof, at the corner <>t Prince
i1 ■ | i c.i.streets. It will he rented iosv
*■; * un »v*d:ate possession given.
' 'f A!s.>, fa-* Prick Store on Fairfax.
-Li^trert. a {joining the house occupied
b/MUsA*litV
A An t a Ptick Dwelling House on
-JL'ie.nv s reet. suitable lor u small
'*}' Y- Apply to
» 3 u \T FOWl.F^ SO\. i
Uis.nu »[i >n of { Hpurtuttrsfiip. \
tj°*- BUTCHER &, CO. have this1
> day dissolved, by mutual consent,,
,irt 11 Partnership; anti the business will ;
* 'dter be conducted by Jon. Butcher
‘I w:v> is authorised to settle ail
C-Aims due the firm.
JON. BUTCHER, !
chas. Rosa _■
do subscribers have, thi< day, dis*
c . i>)iVe^ their partnership, bv mutual
th-* ^ m* H. Mount will continue
of t' U>!.noss a^0l*v, and settle the all iirs
\Y.\f. H. MOUNT,
a? 10-'-f M. O’BIllE.W
MOKKISON’S PILLS. j
'JVie Genuine Ihjgenn » egetable l nicer-1
sal Medicines <j the Li li Us k tulieg'e
of Ilea Ilk.
% J
“Hypocrisy is the tribute which I ice has
ever paid to \ irtue” j
IMPORTANT NOTICE. j
JT is deemed advisable to protect the j
public from daily impositions, to add
an additional label on each packet of the
GENUINE MGR l SON’S PILLS, which
must bear the sign at un of each Agent j
through whose hands it passes^ in addi
tion to my name, as no apothecaiv or,
dru'?est is permitted to vend.the same.
H.SHEPHEAUDMOAT,
Solellvgoan Delegate tothe U.S.Drook
lvmN.'Y. !
health secvkeik i
By the use of the Hygeian \ egetable
Universal medicines of the British Col
lege of Health, London, which have ob
tained the approbation and recommen- >
elation of thousands, (who, by the bless
ing of Providence, have been cured in*
Consumptions, Cholera Morbus, Inilam
mations internallv and externally; dys
pepsia, Fevers, Ague,Indigestion, Bilious
or Nervous Affections and all diseases
of the Liver, \ el low* Lever, Lout, Luc a- ,
mat ism. Lumbago, Tic Doloreux, l-'rop ;
sy, St. Vitus’ Dance, Fpilepsy. A pbpiexy.
Paralysis, Palsey, Green Sickness, aud
all obstructions to w hich the dun ale foi ru •
is so distressingly liable, and which sends j
so many of tilt* Purest portion oj ci cation
t<> tli»*ir untimely graves; Small P‘*x,
Measels. Whooping Cough, Scarlet Fe
ver, Asthma, Jaundice, Gravel, Stone, •
and all urinary obstructions; ^Fistula, I
Piles,Strictures. Ruptures, and Syphilis, j
in all its stages; Constipated Dowels, ,
Worms, Scurvy, Itching of the Shm,
King’s Evil, and all Cutaneous Disor
ders; in short every comnlaint to which
the human frame is so direfuliv subject,
under all their varied forms ana names:
' as it has been indisputably demonstrated,
that Min is subject to only one rial <hs
I en$ey that is the Impurity of the Blood,
i r fj-om whence springs every complaint
itjii.it can possibly assail his complieutv(.
1 frame) and a very slight trial of the Dm
! versa 1 Medicines will evince their ah
sufficiency to cleanse and puriiy that
j source of life, as well as disease, and it
I store the suifering patient to the blessings
i of Health.
I This valuable Medicine being compos
ed only of vegetable matter, or’medici
j nable herbs, ami warranted, on oath, as
containing not one particle of unocuiial,
1 mineral,or chemical substances (all u»
which are uncongenial to the natine of
! man, and, there fore destructive to the hu«
j man frame) is found to be pel feet1}
I harmless to the most tender age or
weakest frame, under every stage of hu
man suffering, and, at the same time, the
most certain in searching out the root of
every complaint, however deep, and of
performing a cure, tuat was c\ei Oami-1
ed to tne world. .
The Medicines are comprised in the^e |
different articles only, viz. in two kind o! ;
Pills, designated No.'l and No.2; the iiist
is a powerful, but most gentle, mbd ape
l imit or opening medicines, detaching
and partially removing the bilious iopy <
humors, whilst the No. 2 puls carry^ ou i
those and the serous, acini and puii»*. j
humours incidental to tne ood\, aiul at t
together as a ferret in a warren never
resting until every avenue of the human j
frame is thorough1/ searched and means*
ed of its impurities.
The genuine Medicines, can B* had ol
\Vm. Pomeroy, Alexandra IX and j
ai><», of the following Sub-Agents—-H. W. ■
Polkinhorn, Saddler, Pennsylvania .*v ve
nue. Washington, and T. t\ W tiuht,
(leorgetown, (.>1 wnoni alone can the.
Medicines be warranted genuine, with I
tainted directions. As no Apothecary
or l>ruggb>t is permitted to send the same, i
and to prevent imposition, each package j
of the genuine Morrison’s Pills, must bear ,
the signature of each agent inrougn ^
whoes hands it passes.
Mouisouia or the Family Auvi-or,
price si 7 3. Practical Proofs illustrated
by numerous ca>rs of cun*, this d eiioi-m. ,
pro t' :*7.1 c ults, to be had oi the above, j
tbbgtP-tf ___I
Insfru went*tl J oedI Mitaic. i
r ■*. • iL'ilAM I’llAT i\ psol'fssor of Mn
? * sic. avails I imsell ol this opportuni
ty of expressing ins ackn ow.edgememr' ;
to his inem.'s, who haw kimiiv patro iz
e<i his exertiv n-, am! informs th. m aim :
tt,e c.?rz“as of Alexandria imnmaiiy.
ttiat he li is made such an a gmijr.tt". ;
w iii enable him to • eceive se * ei a 1 uv* .<* ,
tionai pu ads.
Mr *Va!t respectfully ten !• rs Ins ser
\ let s as an instructor on >he l ie.\:< r on• . .
(Jaitar, chute, Vioiopeeiio. &c. A.so, a- .
a teacher of Vocal Music. His system I
of iiMruefon communicates, in an easy ;
and fimiliar manner, tin* nnhrm nts ot
tne science as well as the more ab»lt use
parts of the theory of Music, which t< mis
to enlarge the mind, cultivate the ta>te
and facilitate the progress of hisscholars.
fie has great pleasure in referring to
Miss M. Coleman, and Messrs. P. H. !
Hooffand J. Massey.
Any communication left at the erni- j
nary of Miss Coleman <t at J- Mns?ey >,
will meet with iinediate attention,
a p 11 — t f _
NOTICE.
THE Subscriber, one of the late firm •
of Mount & O’Brien, Tespectfully ,
informs the debtors to that firm, and ai- ,
so the firm of1 \\ w. H. Mount & f j
that ) e has turned his attention to closing |
the accounts of both concerns, and re- ■
quests all indebted to either, to come for- i
ward and settle their accounts between '
this and the first day of August next.
M. O’BRIEN, i
Wm. II. Mount continues the business, ‘
at the corner of King and Fairfax sts. j
where he wifi be happy to wait upon ail
who may favor him with a call,
may 30—fiB _ '
PETER’S VEGETABLE PILLS
ARE recommended as decidedly supe
rior to any other known combination j
of Medicine ever offered to the American
people. |
When taken according to the direction j
accompaning them, they are highly bene
ficial in the prevention and cure of bilious :
fevers, fever and ague, dispepsia, lively
complaints.sick head-ache, jaundsce.asth-1
ma, dropsy, rheumatism, enlargement of,
the spleen, piles, cramp and bilious cholic,.
female obstructions, heart burn, rancidy
furred tongue, distention of the stomach ;
and bowels, incipient diarrhoea, flatu- j
lence, habitual costiveness, loss of appe
tite, blotched or sallow complexion, and
in ail cases of torpor of the bowels, when
a cathartic or an aperient is needed.— 1
They have tire testimony of the whole j
medical profession in their favor, white
r,ot a single case of’il! consequences or in- ;
efficiency, can be alleged against them. -
Perhaps no article o! the kind has ever ,
been offered to the public, supported by ,
testimonials of a character so decisive, j
from sow ccs as respectable, or that has
mv-cti more universal sati-dacti n.
Wherever tirese pills have been once .
introduced into a family, th<*V become a
standing remedy, and are called for again
and again, which is sufficient pi oof of
their good qualities.
It is a truth, that almost every person;
who has ever used Peter’s Vegetable Pills, |
recommend them.to their friends, and it
is from this circumstance alone, that they i
have gained sucli an unrivuhed repiua-,
tion. TA
Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M.
at Lis Institution, for the cure of obsti
nate diseases, by means of \ egetalne ie
medies, .No. 129, Liberty street, N. York,
inventor, ank sole proprietor. Each box
contains 40 Pills—pr ice 50 cents.
D E A T II A N i) D I S E A S E.
Mens f ana, in cor pore, sc no.
rnind well lodged, and masculine of
course/7
1
J)entJi met Disease the other day, '
And thus they gossip ped on the way. j
Dentil — How conn s it friend, in eve- i
ry shape,
You let so many folks escape?
A lew years back and every elf,
Once sick, you laid upon the shelf,
Dyspepsia then had power to kill—
Asthma defied the doc toi*s skill —
The lancet too at all times sought,
Its hecatomb of victim^ brought,
Then Costivt ness couid fatal prove,
And Dhenmatism no power remove: j
A simple cold, where or you went,
A subject to my kingdom sent.
How comes it then, that now a days, i
Folks slip your gripe and go their ways?
Asthma subsides—Dyspt.y-sia cuied,
The laurel is no more endured;
The sick to day te.rget ail sorrow,
And himdi at both ol us to morrow.
Disease—Dread tire. 1 use ali means
I can,
To abbreviate the life o' man:
I d«»g his footsteps from his birth,
’Ti!i he returns to mother earth;
And though ’tis n ue th «t my success
Is daily growing less and less,
This satisfaction l can leel,
1 have not slackened in ray zeal.
I use all means l used, of old,
('hanges of w eather—hot and cold,
1 give them colds; 1 give them pains; j
1 rack their bones; 1 fire th-ir veins,
• l poison them with rancid bile,
In place of tin* digestive chyle,
Yet all is useless —nothing kills.
Death — How’s that? '
Disease—l hey a 1 take Peters' Pi!;--,
These invaluable Pills are for sale in j
Alexandria by V* m. Stabler, C. l-ai*,
cpdiar and Will. Harper, and by all the i
principal L)t uggists in the U. States,
mar IS— 1 y _i
CALilNET.CHAIK AND SOFA MAN
UFACTORY.
XI EONARl) O.COOK respectfully in
d a forms his friends and the public
generally, tnat be has rerooxed to the
south side of King street, between Colum
bus and Washington streets.in the house
formerly oecuiped by Enures Throop,
where fie still continues to manufacture
all kinds »»f Cabinet Furniture: and also i
inform? them that he has on hand at pie
sent, and intends at all times to keep, a j
full ’assortment of tin* best Furniture, j
luade ; y tin* best w >»! kiHCitj and of tm |
neatest fasi.ioi s; winch In* v. ill warrant j
j; imt super.or, in (juality to any j
ever <dl ted in the District, and which i
eew ii; sell ow for (Nish or a liberal cred- !
it !’i |>uiu‘tt;.il ; eis d:s. And he hopes. j
l)v his •.•iiiictu ii:ly and attention to bnsi* ;
i-iv-s, ti» secuie a p n’tion of the public j
f>. ’ i • na ue.
< ed i'ntuitr! e neatly repaired and hand
some v ri mhed.
TURNING handsomely executed anc !
at the shortest notice. iy la *! j
1 ,A A i> FOL SALE,
In the vicinity of the Toin\
The subsciiber offers for sale ‘
his place on (he Lillie River
Turnpike Road, one mile from ;
town, containing about twenty
live at res, m u ii'nu >i<ut w v .
the buildings are two llrick Dwelling
[louses, a small frame barn and a good
cowshed. There is a good Orchard oi
choice fruit on the place, a well and !
two springs of excellent water, and a;
•branch running through a puit of the j
land, a sin ill part of which is in wood, j
foh 9—tf A. C. CAZENOVE. j
l>. «. rUKTTYMAN
Tp-jfAS on I and Coaches, Buggies, Gigs. |
£ t Ac. al! of which he oilers for sale [
on as accommodating terms as they can
be purchased eNewhere. iVr>ons wish- j
ini; to purchase Carnages, are respect-:
ful y requested to give him a ca!i, as he ■
wa; rants ins eqisai in workmanship, and i
as cheap as they can b ‘ procured else- •
where. A iso repairing done in the best :
manner, and at the shSitfcsi notice,
jy 3 —
IVashiitglon Hranch Hail road.
ON an.! alter Monday next, the l’I'M of
April, the Cars for and from Haiti-j
more will depart according to the follow- ;
ing arrangement:
From V» ashington at a quarter before j
10 o’clock A. M., and at a quarter after '
5 o’clock P. M. i
From Baltimore at ha’f past 0 A. M., ;
and at half past n o’clock P. M. an ‘d 1 i
DIVIDEND.
fCMIE President and Directors of the
JL Baltimore and Potomac Steam Pack
et Company, have this day declared a ,
dividend of five dollars per share upon 1
the capital or joint stock uf the company, ,
payable on or alter Tuesday the 2Dh in
stant. at the .Mccliaii.cs Dank of Idalti
more. !
An election will he held on Monday ;
the 23d inst. at the office «>f the Mmylar.d j
and Virginia Steam Packet (Company for j
ten Directors, to manage the trflairs ol ;
tlie company for the enduing year.
* S. WILSON, Treasurer. I
Baltimore, ian 19— tf
CASH FOR NEGROES.
5 WILL give the highest cash price tor j
8 Likely Negroes, from 10 to 2-*» years of j
age. Myself or Agent can, at a * i times, ;
be found at the establishment formerly j
owned oy Arm field, Franklin & Co., at j
4he west end of Duke street,
je l 7—tf GEO. KEPHART. !
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!!
Vf/Td. 11. MOCN 1' having a very large •
T? ami general assortment of Dry
Goods, and being anxious to reduce tire
same, will s**!l them veiy great bargains, I
and receive in payment the notes of all i
the suspended specie paying Ranks in the ;
District. Virginia and Northern cHits.
to »v 30— t f i
])A 11 !v WANTED.
rip FIE highest m-itket price will be paid,
fL for one hundred and fifty to two
hundred cords, of (.'hermit, Spanish ann
i'hick Oak t»a;k. by tm* subscriber at
Ids store, lower end id Prince street, or
at the 'fan Yard, near the stone Fridge, i
mar ]tJ—tf JOSEPH H. MILLER. j
r \Varrenton Register. Charleston Free
Pi ess. Lee>burg Hen ills ol Lib.— lit]
l*uslurf>< Him* Apple ( fic^sr,
TjAd'l URE adjoining town, border-!
Jl ill if on (beat Hunting Crcik, with
tide water w ithin the gi otimls. A hw old
and supeiinr pine apple cheese; old pine
iiiith pi out Champagne Lrandy; f)U ‘ ar
rrls nett and gross So. 1 Herrings lOdO
gallons cider \ inegar, lint* quality; with
an assoi taient of (irocerics. F*»rteims,
apply to SAM’L. E. LAUMOUH.
iiliv 21 ______
GllOCLIMKS.
yr fr \ \” ] v C\ . !»* c h *; - e d !}. <* s t r C 1< of *! n j
Jl.iL ime concern ol Craven Ash!«>rd, :
tii * sub miner will continue ihe Grocery :
bu~ino$s at I he old stal'd— u 1. tie l.e has
on hand a ureat variety of fnndiy nicer
iio$, consisting in pint of St. Croix and
Afw Oi leans Saiga); Loaf and f.mr.p do. j
while Ilavaiiiia and Frazil do. Java and •
Green Uio Coffee; Chocolate; prepared
Cocoa: Gar powder. Irn erial. old 11) >m. :
Volin” Hyson and Peuchoag Teas; .Mo
lasses; Vinegar for pickling; Family j
Flour; Corn Veal; IFicon; P.ice; AiiTmnC
Fi"Or Mat-; It a mins; A irumd g Pa.hu Nuts;
Shell Paik-; Sperm Mould and Ihpprd
(Mtidies; Soap; Pepper; ALpice; Lemon
Syrup; Prune*; Olives; Small Lump and j
('a vendish Tobacco; Lamp Oil; Oiiv e Oil; |
♦Starch; Letter Writing and Wrapping 1
Paper; Cotton Van.; Fig Line; Sanger’s ;
Mustare; Pailey; Nutmegs; Cloves; Po\v- j
der and Shot; &c. wc. Ac. Ail ol w hich, j
he will sell very Low lor Cash, or to,
punctual customers.
June 26 ANLLEW J. FLEMING.
?
LUMPPU, UMK, A A! I.S &c.
hivpo.i hand a! nur Yard, be*;
V V tween Prince and Poke street, a
Zt nercl ut-<vr:limit of l*u other, amorifj j
winch are i
50.000 fort prime North Carolina, 5 4
C 4 and 8 4. plank . _ !
JO Carolina pine !<*^>— from 12 to 15
inches : <]nai e. 20 t«* JO left lot £1
12.000 feet prime Asn j !a. k, from i
14 to 4 inch tbit k
£00.000 Shinnies —of excellent quality |
200 casks Fresli Tfmmaston kune
JO nan el* Potomac Hydraulic ( ruien*. \
With an a»-*oi itaent of nails, scantlin,1!.
SkC. touether with dimM every thin*! else
in the lumber wav, that may be r« (jutred .
for building: a’d edwinch we wiil sell as loir
for c<txfi or *•> ji'tarli'nl customers, as the
rjua’itv < f nicies can be procured ,
!or in lht* Ik 1| it t.
j,- 23 J £ G. I. THOMAS, j
A mi; p?y of < <‘AP, always on hand. \
\L sXAM) 111A FOUNDRY AND MA
(;him-: factory.
THOMAS IF. SMITH <f CO.,
tpXFCU l'K ordeis for Jirjh and Low i
Si* Pressure Steam Hn^ines, Fire F.n- |
aines. Patent Hope Muchinci}, Br) n, •
Brass and Curopo dion Lasting:- o* e\i- j
rv description; Mni Vv oi k. both \\ 1 ought
and Cast; Cast-iron Rollers, dulled and j
Soft; Soap-b filers and other Kettles and \
Pans; Mill and Tobacco Screws; Turn- j
in-.* Lathes; Stocks. Taps and Dies; Let
ter Copying Presses; Soda-water Appa
ratus; Models of.Machines, Brands, &c.
Having superior Slide I.ati.es, they can
execute Turning v»:!n great accuracy ,
and dispatc h. All articles made at this ;
establishment, may be relied on as being ,
of the best quality.
mar 10—dm A c‘a w 1 v |
\\ANTEL>.
^.rv A good tenant, for a good hou.~ e,
•illlrtt a very low rent, opposite Smith’s
Foundry. JOSIAII. II. DA\IS.
July 2ft______
FUL>H TO LET.
•-v That convenient two story brick
house on 1'<)tnernn slier T, n<’XT to the
Theatre, wdi be rented low to a good ten
ant I'o-> c*ion n nv he bad imro ui*
aieiy. ye 5] DA MEL CA WOOD.
LOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
AT THE OFFICE OP THE ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE, 1
FAIRFAX STREET, ALEXANDRIA, D C.
Will be received and executed with neat
ness and despatch, ordets for
every description of
' LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
Persons desirous of having any ot the
following descriptions of work done, j
may always be accommodated, and !
on reasonable terms, by leaving
their orders with us—viz:
PAMPHLETS,
( AH* 3,
CIKCTLAP.*,
HILLS OF LXC’IIA vGi:
HILLS OF LA PI NO,
AUCTION TILLS,
NO ! ICJ S,
II0IISK TILLS,
LA T ELS,
' TOUTING TILLS,
I
Cv C. 1VC. <xc. }
ITavincr an experienced pressman
an*! hands, whose attend >;i is oxcuu>ive- j
ly directed to Job Printing, and expect- 1
mg this stinin era now supply of several j
kinds of neat Job Type, wo shall bo pro- !
pared to execute whatever work may be j
ordered, with neatness, accuracy, and
despatch, arid c.i as low terms as it
can be done in this district.
ICVAI1 orders from the Country for
r-veiy description of Printing, meet w.th |
the same attention that persona! attend- |
ancc would ensure. ap 13 — tf |
• NEW PSALMS AND HYMNS.
"FJSALMS ai.d Hyn ns, adapted to pub- j
Jsl. lie \Voi>hi;>, and approved by the;
General Assembly of the Presbyterian j
Chore I : t!.e latter being an anged accord- ;
in*! to subjects, together witu tides | ic
fixed to each, and direction for musical ,
exptessior.s, new edition j
Memoir ol Mrs. Louisa A. Lowrie, of J
the Northern Lidia Misnon, by the Uev. j
A. G. Fairchild, with an Introduction j
by the Uev. E. P. Switt; second edition,
revised and enlarged; with a portrait.
Hound volumes ol Presbytoiian tiacls.
The New York header. !
Memoir of Mrs. Judson. new edition;
and Zion’s Traveller, by Hubert 11 u i i.— \
Just received and for sale by
jy 31 DELL & ENTWISLE. i
J\L;\V PUIJLiFATiOMR.
Tv JEM« illS of the Life and Writings ;
1. VJ ol the Rev. Claudius Buchanan. j
1>. D., late Vice Provost of the College ot ;
Fort Wiiiiam in Rental, by the Rev.
Hugh Pearson, L). D. Dean of Salisbury;
with notes relative to the present state >d j
Religion in India by Caspar Morris,'! I). ;
The Life of the Rev. Win. Fietcher, 1
Vicar ol Madely, by the Rev. llobt. Cox. i
A..W: with an introduction, cr.d a sclec ;
tion from the correspondence of Mr. •
Fletcher, by the Rev. Ueo. Smith, A M.!
An Exposition ol tire Duty and ad van- j
times of Public Catechism g in t hurch, i
by~W. s. Oilly. M. A ; edited by U. W. !
Doanc. \) l>., Ui&hopof Mew Jeuey.
My Happy Home; or the Rent tbs ol ;
Religious' Training; A Sabbath School j
Teacher’s Uilt t<> \ oting L ner.ds.
Th<* Sunday Scholar’s Own Rook.
Just received and for sale by
jy 12 DELL & KMT WISLE.
MEW BOOKS.
a PRACTICAL Treatise on ti e .Law
ol Slavery, beiim a compilation ol
a!! the decRions made on that subject, in
ihe several Courts ol the F. IS. and Slate
Courts; w.tb M« tes and Ref renews, by
Jacob I). Wheeler, Esq. Counsellor at
Law. Recoil etions of a Beloved" Pas
tor, the Rev. William, li. W inner, D. D. j
The Young Lady’s Fiicnd, by a La iy. |
For sale by j
july lo DELL & EXTWISLE. I
SILKNDIi) PICTUI* E KOIl A PAH
HOU ORNAMENT.
Ci III HOG U A l l i 1CAL illustration ol |
1 the Honrs Prayer, designed find]
cxectred bv W.m. (Jiv dwam;, thecmioeni
W'; itin <* \! a si c r. T h i s be a t: t i In 1 c o in | re-!
hensive petition, is nut only eminently
beautiful in execution, Put adorned v.Mli j
appropriate c!i.»i artei iMij ornarm mts,
suited to the successive topics introduced,
the idea of v. h.eh appears to .have been,
taken from an oriel window ol a Goduc
Cathedral. 'Pin? oilier emblem', wInch
are nunr roto, have also set ip'ural ref r-;
er»ees. Hut sale bv
j ,ly 25 DELL & ENT WIFLE.
NEW UK LEANS SEGA IE
rIlllltS at low ptie<\ to clove sales, j
(S jy 23 GKO. JOHNSON A Co.
HUM AM) PEEK.
-j o linos N. K. Hum
I O ;:o barrels prime. Poston Peef
landin'1 from Hriir Mary Iblen. for sale j
Ly ' MM. l-'uiVLE & »:ON. ;
ji:!y 25_ __;
WO L.
* 4 \4 \f> POUNDS very handsome,
£ vyA/Vf washed Wool. For sale by
jtjlv 25 DA.VL. G A WOOD & Co.
AN Dll EW J. FLEMING.
yrAS received into stor?, and offers
il fur sale
1 cask spirits Turpentine
1 bbi Linseed Oil j
1 cask Salitratis
] case Liack Fur Hats
j»iy ^__
PEACH OKCHAKI) COAL j
QA TONS of first quality Anthracite
OvJ Coal, broken ar.d screened;—for
sale from the vessel, at Cameron stree
wharf. A. C. CAZENOV E & Co.
July 24 ___- j
II heat, Corn, and Tobacco.
MniJE Subscribers are purchasing,
A W heat, Coi n and Tobacco,
jy 22 A C. CA ZK.NoVK A- <-Q. \
TURKS ISLAND SALT.
()/!'(.HUSH, the caijio of btig
Ol) vU him !i' r. for j i-v by
jy is w m fow it; & sow
| LI V f*.
j vr ca‘ks F»* n T '••"in . •-*• ' L rnc.
iL G <> jusl ICCCI vc«. ar.'i 1- r m by .
I jy H J. <fc G. 1. THOMAS. 1
FAROUCHE AND BUGGY’S.
NEAT new Buggy’s; one plain and
silver mounted, and one second hand
Farouche, with hurn^s* complete—for
sale by GEO. WHITE,
ana 11 __
YOUNG HYSON '1 EA.
~ HALE cheats just received and on
saie t*y
iuicr :i ' ANDREW J. FLEMING.
PLAlSTEU.
r '> TONS, cariio of Schr. Lucy,
i I'A y from Lubec—for sale by
i in; 9 LAMJ'EUT & McKENZIE.
PLAISTEIL ' ™ ^ "
TONS, carizo of Schr. Caro
line—for sale by
aug9 WM. FOWLS SON.
r WHEAT EANS~
FAN'S ol approved construction for
V> sale by GEO. JOHNSON & Co.
aip£ 10
IN 'TOM AC 1>AMy S I OCK.
tt A S11 \ RES for sale, apply lo
t> ‘x f ill- 10] J.\0. CORSE.
Slop'd an J Exchange Broker.
UlCliMOXU COAlT"
A CARGO of lOOObushels for Smith’s
use, and 1S00 bushels coarse for
Grates, Iron) the Gowrie Pitls, of supe
nor quality, for sale by
a tig 12 A. C. CAZEXOVE & CO.
REED FOR PICKLES.
j^jJTSTARD.Celery, and Parsley seed,
~ Vl f».r Mangoes and other Pickies, for
sale low by BELL & EXTWISLE.
Who have al>o Tor sale a good supply
< f Gaud: n Zilv.ls. uitg i}
ARROW ROOT, &c.
tAp BOXES Arrow Root— fresh and
fine qualify
4 bans G ager
2 bids, old Copper
Received per Brig Favorite, Horn Bar
bados—for sale t»v
any 9 LAMBERT & McKEXZIE,
FIXE G EX POWDER TEA, Ac.
I HALF chest superior G. P. Tea, for
family use
3 dcz»*n Painted Pails
10 nests Iiingham Boxes ?
just received per schr. President, rdfor
sale by ANDREW J. i LEM1NG.
w auu 9
CEDAR POSTS.
IPCTE Wi-li to purchase 500 prime quali
» t ty Cedar Posts, for which the high
est market price will be paid.
augS STEPHEN SHINN A CO.
Jannev’s wharf.
MECHANICS* BANK PAPER.
AN i’ED. by JNO. CORSE,
V Stock ami Exchange Broker,
ang 9
N E W WHEAT FLOUR. ’ ^
■^TFiW Wheat Family F.our, a prime
11 aiticle, jn d received .and for sale
by DANIEL CAWOOD A CO.
Anar S
SUGAR, COFFEE AND MOLASSES.
HODS. superior P. it. and Cuba
MoiaSSCS
20 bags superior old white Coffee
40 hai rels old whiskey j
5 hhds P. R. Sugar
(> boxes refined do and
2 half jupes pure peach brandy, just
received and for rub* by
a0 2 7 JAMES D. KF.RR.
POUT WINE.
X PIPES
«J 10 halfpipes
21 <j:ub r rad's
IS cases. 2 thizen bottles each, stipe
lior Port W iue, fmm the hou>e uf Hunt,
Yengue, Rouper A < *o.. Opoito, for sale
by ' WM. FOWLE A Son. .
uug 5 Agent*.
f\ tf. Trd. 2au3* ]
f.l V 11 Vi >< >L s A r/r- A FLO A T.
ft j/f'W'fc BUSHELS coarse
o’ VJ' v/ 201>0 sa cks Luc—“Ashtons”
brand
the cargo cf sl ip Romulus, Joseph Web
ster, master, Rom Liver; ooi. (or sale by
a*:*! 1 ' WM. FOWLE A SON.
CIDER VINEGAR.
•T'OOffc GALLONS Pure Cider Vin
£t viULr egar—for sale by
aug 4 DA.VL. CA WOOD A Co.
COFFEE. MOLASSES Ac.
LAGS prime Green Coffee
0 hhds bright Molasses
10 bbls Rosin and Pitch
10 kegs Nails
iu&t received and for sale low by
aug l L. W HEAT A SON.
\t is Orleans and Fa/la /lira Sugars.
IO IJHDS. N. O. and P R. Sugar;
just received, and for sale by
aug 2 \\ M. N. McVKIGH
FAMILY FLOUR.
"VTAV Wheat Family Flour, for «nle
IN by EDW’D. DALNGEEFJELD.
jy 20_______
WHEAT.
I wish to purchase Wheat in Alexandria
and at the Cameron Mills. I
jy*3 EDW. DAINGERFIELD.
RAISINS.
fir- BOXES Lunch Raisins—just re
reived, and lor sale by
jy 20 GEO. WHITE.
MANILLA HEMP.
f*' f \ BALKS landing from Schr Firm,
*» v/ for sal-' f y
iy 13 Vv \i FOWLE A* SONL
I * i • ' • V
bill 1 /
r^T *' •'Shenandoah
■ ‘ -■ receive' dod
j lit uy
jy 12 DAN'IEf, C A WOOD «fc Ctt
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