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r MORNING, JUNE G, IS39 NEW SERIES VO!,. XIV—NO 609fi
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I 4 (r()R THE CGUVTUY)
|fc El» REGULARLY ON
r rmsovY w * s\nrtu»\Y
T 'lVe BOLLAU* PEI AY NUN, PaVAHLH IN
*r r advance.
r H )>' I Advertise meats
J .... li i r >ni‘ sqn ire, inserted three
]"’Vf»r $1. ^ iverds-* n *nts continued
'.'•Ytliree ti nes tor 50 cents a square for
J '.-'insertion insi /e. or r> cents ont*i-le.
lines are counted as a square.
\.|vertis“ nents hy the Year, at prices
i, i,f') *ree I 'toot, hiyintf re'ereace to
Hi a n >unt of snace they may oc
'almas il v’ertisi a *j hv the ve.ar not to
; |v-rtis'* articles not inclu led in their re
Ill ir business, nor to insert in their ad
flrtisenents any other names than their
0^- __—
/•V P >' ts math tad \ nf»1k.
Tnc S'eamb^at CO
f.lTM R! A. will leave
1% -- —\V ash me1 on <>n Fri
ay<, at If o’clock io
tv m troiivr, m l anive in P •rtsmoirh
j,|jin • for Mi * 0 «>s going South.
!> 'turning, will I mv* Norfolk for
i’s-hingtori •>•» \lo 'days, at four o’clock
I in the evening, toncoiog at Portsmouth
i.nvH;engers. Passage an i r > <h
JAMES MITCHELL,
,n6_tf_Master.
Pleasure Ercursion to Pine>i Point.
The Steam Boat. PHE
(L _i—TV, ggjfxiX leaves Washington at
o’clock, and Alexandria
at? o’dtick, aT*M., on Tues la s and Fridas,
firPincv Point, and the different landings on
iRiver—going through and la tiding her pas
s ngers by daylight. For the aceommo latinn
i! Arsons visiting the Point on Pleasure, the
Proprietors have determined to make tie1 nas
for the Trio down and tin three dollars.
?a«etr»ers to have the liberty of returning on
mi trip that mtv suit their convenience.
Returning, the boat will leave Kinsale on
Wednesdays and Saturdays, at .".o'clock A. M.
mv 27 ' JOHN WILSON, Master.
\ NOT 10 E.
'i’he steam boat JO
SEPH JOHNSON will,un
Itil further notice, run as
Hows: . , ,.
Leave Alexandria at 8 1-2, 1-2, A. M.
do. at l 1-2, H 1-2, and r» 1-2, P.-M.
Leave Washington at it 1-2, and ll 1-2, A.M.
And *2 1-2, 1 1-2, Hil l t> 1-2, P. M.
jiujy 21 IONA 1l LW} ALIA, ( apt.
STEAM BOAT PHENIX.
cQgJV The Steam Boat PHE
^|N1Xstill continuesfomake
regular trips down the
tjver to Kinsale, stopim* at the ditleivnt
on the Itiver, ffoimi down, ami re
nrnin'j; leave Washington at Sand Alexan
ifh at 7 o’clock A. M. oil ruesJays and^ b in
kers of each week. "Leaves Kinsale at 5 o
!ock, A. M. on Wednesdays and Saturdays,
may io JOHN WILSON, Master.
STEAMBOAT P! TENlX.
t CfttVX This Boat will run be
?W-l_i3X1 tween Alexandria and
??Wasliini*ton <>n Sundays,
Ion-lavs, an 1 l lmrsdays, at the following
lours, viz:
Leave Alexandria at 7 1-2, 0 1-2. and 11 1-2,
I.M.; and 2 1-2 and 1 1-2, P. M.
Leave Washington at 8 1-2, 10 1-2, A. A;.;
lad 12 1-2, 31-2, and 5-2, P. M.
my 10 JOHN WILSON, AT aster.
FOR NEW Y< >RK.
Tlie^ine Schr. IIU'IIARP, Baker,
master, will have despatch. For deck
**** freight, applv to
LAMBERT &, McKEX/.lE.
may 28 Union wliarl.
FREIGHT FOR BALTIMORE.
A vessel bound t<»r Baltimore, can
Joj? have three or lour ton* lreight on ap
plication to
jny 2) _BELL & EXTW1SLE.
FOR NEW YORK.
The fine brig \V. H. 'PALI.MAN,
11 mat, master, will have despatch.
•ssnfe* For freight or passage, apply to
jay 21 WM. FOWLE & SOX.
Height for the rappahaxx< >ck.
Any good VESSEL, bound to the
Rappahannock.can have some freight,
on application to
jay 22 w.M. FOWLE & SOX.
FOR SALE.
The Schr MARY ELIZABETH,
I draws a light draft, of water, and car
ries i .ii)!) hash, grain or 25 cords wood
t:‘il adapted to the river trade. She may be
^'n at Smoot’s whart. Applv to
JJMt ANDREW J. FLEMING.
FOR FREIGHT.
£5 Tlie last sailing Brig COLUMBIA,
|Gr£Dexter, master, carries 1 tot) barrels,
j now ready for the reception ol a cargo.
■Wyu, ' WM. FOWLE & SOX.
1 JW* 9
j For Poston, and Portsmouth, A*. II.
■ The packet Schr. FR ANCIS L. KEX
I jJy E!'d> V, Adams, master, will havedes
HJy* patch, and can take 2*)0 barrels on
Apply to
Jjttyj) • WM. FOWLE Sc SOX.
Foil SALE, ~
■ JN The n°\v and superior Schr. OSE
lApOL Ajmrthen 127 tons, or about 1,000
I, barrels, built of best white oak, locust,
■'•malar, copper fastened, and drawsa light
■>?ht of water. She is fitted in the most
| J'etc manner, with rigging and sails of the
j 'materials—can he readv for cargo in two
Hu'saud will he sold on favorable terms.—
| pyto WM. FOWLE & SON.
I. GLUE & OIL.
|f) BW.S. Glip
, ’ “ Paint Oil. Just rer-'ived bv
_1*. WHEAT & SOX.
Nw FRESSI FRUIT.
I BOXES Oranges
itof 7j do Lemons, in prime order land
V °inSchooner Richard:—for sale by
_ Win. FOWLE L Son.
- MERCER POTATOES —afloat.
ufjlJ BUSHELS, from the Penobscot
Ku,.. , River in fine order;—for sale bv
WM, FOWLE L Soil.
! ^ M »R F, Xft \V GOOD s
F. F )X h t' jre received ind thD
d iy oje e»d, a lar*e addi ion to his
i ** n r stock of Spri and Summer
Dr y G >od', which ui t!c 1 s f i5 assortment
V'ry co opiate, a 1 of which he is deter
j mi n'd to sell at a very $ flail advance.—
! V m>n 1 di 'in rn iv he f >u id
^0 nieces extra ti *e V1 >usiainede lnine
Id d > con m * a and low priced
hd do handsome Load jo Chintz and
li to prinks
A very I trgo ass irtment of low price I
c ihcoes, super* >i to any ever yet;
sold at the same p» ices
; Fanc y hdkfs, Gauzo Veils, snpV French !
work’d Collars, 5 doz c *mm mi Swiss !
worked do, satin ami snnzo. ICbhons of !
ad widths, Parasols, 50 doz nett suspen
der*, Pmtalooi s’ulFs of every cju ilify \
i and price, some very superior; superior1
Marsmil »s Vestm*/, ind comm >a d », ex-!
‘ ira file hi ick satin Ve^tinu. fiiu ed and :
| plain; Domestics, of oil qu dities; Peoi- !
tend «ry *frip-*s, a foil slippy, very i ma ;!
gentle lit* ds Stocks, shirt Collars and
Sh 1 ms, some handso-n * mill d—toueth
j er wit 1 ev ry article that is usu lily kept
; in a Dry G »ods St re. Dealers wouid j
I find it to tneir advantage to c ill and ex
! amine this stock before purchasing.
»p -Q--I_
--
i\’K'.V SPRING GOODS,
IITILUWI V BERKLEY and ED
» V RIS BERKLEY h ivm" assoc a
ted themselves, for me purp >se of con-j
j ducting the Dry G >ods business, havej
' rented the Storj lately occupied by Mr. j
I A. Lock wo >d, an i a»e n >w opening an
| ex ensi ve a ^sortment oi new and n t a ini
till Goods, in "real variety: a*nony which
are
Ch d y’s,\!ons!ine de Laines, new style
Calicoes
French Chintz, painted Mubins
A splendid assortment of needle work
ed (' »;! ns, all prices
C iiiibrc Kd 11n"s, I user ings, Bobbi*
net! do, Fi)ofiu"s> of alt kinds
Rich fancy twisted silk Hdkls
Chal a an i Oa-hmere S.nawls
Cambric M'nlms, Ja k met do
Plain and liaM Swiss Mubin-, a desi
rable article
A ifood assort n’t <d 11 >siery & Gloves
A Dree stock ol brown uno o.eucii d
Cottons, cheap
Pendontiary LlabFand (Checks
Tney wdi he frerpi m iy reoeivin" "ood
which they wi’l sell on the most accom
mod itmo terms, and invite their Lien F
(> c di and see.
N B. 10 p"» cheap red Fi mrv ! hr* fi bi
er :n m. m u* 2D—t f
Wvl. N N K BERKLEY j
T A V iE received a hands ana assort \
3.2. meat ot "enl!eme;rs wea , amonc
which are —
Diagonal twill *d and super pi in Su ri
mer (Roths
L >r d m rwee.is, Crape Summer Cloth
Whi e •di ! c »i’d ribYd Drilling, a very
beautiful article I
French L»nens a.id I) idinars
;Su ier ii pd aril pi tin si a a id satin
VYst in os
Irish h’lv'.is, B i5* wi'y Sheetings
T vde Diaper-, exra c‘e\i ; tmnvn
Linen 1 a > i e C * • n s, 1) r o w n 11 •) i i i •; d -, !
But hip's, Russia Sheet if-"s and !>iape->;
Linen and Co’ton Osaa'mr:>>; EnnioepF,
i.n excellent a aide 1 »r Do;>; B »niiu
Gord. a superior arncle; black and
,v; iie G»nuh mis Italian Grava>>; corUml
.>k IF; sdi< and cot ot Umbrellas; A ni
ne all N taker'll-; •. veiy la ri*a .isS T.'im n
d otoichfil tnl br >\v i ‘1 nrmncs tnu
-ii i Iy chea •; together with o her vety !
n**sir b e "o uF, which th y will sell at a
very small advance. Call an i s *e.
a p :>—tf _ |
j inti \l K ALK A \ U VO v i KU |
fllllii subscriber h s on hand'at the |
1 Alexandria Briery, Am and Por
er, ol the qualify, hand t* s and
»t n e ?>, in town. can be supplied r* gul tr*
ly at their houses wit a ;t in bottles; per
sons living in the ^ti rounding country,
c tn be furnished with the same in oar
reisoi tlnee d»>z n each, or in malmr
quantifies d desired. Orders (or the Li
(j ii>r, in ca^iks or bottms, a m be p» oin.d
y **x ’CU - t*d. V\ vl 11 iU'e* IN.
Alexaudi in. m >v 4—:t
( SVummtoa rimes, Which -smr Re
publican, Le<M>nrg G a ol Libe tv, 3r. )
S \ \ * r A Ni> CORA WOOD.
\ ; k S\OivS Liverpool Blown
8 lb I actor y li ievt
5000 BiurmG di. o Ground Ain.n de
5'tn do S l U ov*s do
10 000 lbs Cork A ood, in s'oro/or sab*
by ,M. DAlNUElU'iELD.
j in 21 — tl
GERMAN SILVER CASTORS.
JUST received an assortment of Revolving
German SilverCastors, a uie^ article, with
heavv Cut Bottles, which are lor sale at low
prices. ROBERT H. MILLER.
5th mo 20th
Manrel Wnrtzel and French Sugar Feel.
T? RESKI Seeds;—lbr sale by
X 5th mo20 W ILLI AM STABLER.
[Winchester Virginian, Leesburg Gen. Liberty
and VVarrenton limes.]
% P. R. SUGAR.
X HUBS. Porto Rico Sugar
O 5 do do Molasses
| 1 cask Lamp Oil
IS (lo/.enGutu Elastic Blacking
Jus? received and lor sale by
my 21 R. &, \V. RAMS AY.
i
OLD JAVA COFFEE.
O X n \GS superior <>ld Government Java
•) •_/ Codec, just received by
I inv 22 KERR & McLEAX.
f *_____
COFFEE, SUGAR, AND MOLASSES.
*^> rr BAGS RioLaruira ami Angustura Cof
i O O tee
, 15 hhds. New Orleans and P. 1L Sugar
7 ldids. P. R. and X. O. Molasses
For sale by H. WHEAT & SOX.
my 22 _
PORTO RICO SUGAR
O { i BBLS. Prime Porto Rico Sugar
j *w • / Just received and for sa le by
I 1Uy 21 A. J. FLEMING.
| NEW B30KS.
! mils History ot the Navy of the United
j JL States ot America, by J. Fenimore Coop
er, in two volumes octavo.
Lives of the Virginia Baptist Ministers, by
James B. Taylor, Pastor of the Second Baptist
1 Church, Richmond; second edition, revised
and enlarged.
Richelieu, or the Conspiracy, a play in five
acts; to which are added, Historical Odes on
tic* last days of Elizabeth, Cromwell’s Dream,
and thegleathot Nelson; by the author of the
Ladv of Lyons, Pelham, the Disowned See.
For sale by BELL & EN T WiSLE.
may L2
NEW BOOKS.
JT’M IE Lde of George Washington, by Jared
;L Sparks, in one rova! octavo volume, beau
til nlly executed, and embellished with fourteen
plats. I
Impressions of Travel in Egypt and Arabia
Petrea, by Alexander Dumas, translated from
the French, by a Lady of New Y ork. [Ex
tracts from this work have been recently pub
lished in the Alexandria Gazette.]
The Lite, Times, and Characteristics of
John Bun van, author of the Pilgrim’s Progress,
by Robert Philip, author of the Life and Times
of Whitfield, Experimental Guides, &c.
Aid to Preaching and Hearing, by Thomas
LI. Skinner.
A 'treatise on Justification, bv George Jen*4
kins, D. D., President of Lafayette College,
Easton, Pa.
Life's Lessons, a narrative, by the author of
rale’s that might be true.”
’Tis greatly wise to talk with our past hours,
And ask them what report they bore to Hea
ven.”
Just published, and for sale bv
my 13 BELL & ENTWISLF.
PARLEY’S COMMON SCiKK>L 11IS TOR Y\
PUBLISHED by W. Marshall & Co. 27J,
X Market sL corner of 7th si.
The design ot this work is to furnish a
clear outline of universal History, suited to
common schools. 'The publishers believe that
the manner in which the work is prepared, to
gether with its cheapness, will render it tit to
be introduced into the common schools
throughout our country.
Of this work it is only necessary to sav,
that it has, in iR* short space of lit teem months,
run through six large editions, and is now in
troduced to many oftlie Rost schools in the U.
States, it has been published in England,
and lias there met with the most decides! favor;
for sale by BELL & ENTWiSLE.
may *21
HARRIS’ DENTAL SURGERY.
PTMIL Dental Art, a practical treatise on
Jl. Dent-iI Surgery, by Chapin A. Harris, M.
D., Surgeon Dentist, in one volume S vo.
II then, the teeth, designed lor various use,
Decay and ach * ’tis only from abuse*,
And )o! t.riumpliafit art c m well ensure,
At least a remedy, if not a cure.
i ) H (> W X *s 1) CX TO LOG IA.
Just published, and for sale by
my 1-5 BELL & ENTWJSLE.
11A X X AH M< >11E\S WOR KS.
HE complt*te \\ orks ol Hannah More, ir
i 7 volumes duodecimo, handsomely bound
lor sale by BELL & ENTWiSLE.
my 18
A B >K-KEEPER WANTED.
WANTEAat moderate wages, a VOTING
v \ MAN ol good charcl.er, acquainted with
aecompts. A line addressed to A. IX, through
the Post Oliice, will be attended to. my 21 .
NEGROES WANTED.
CLASH and the highest market prices will be
) paid lor any number of likely young ne
groes ol* both s<*xes, &c. A LI communica
tions addressed to me, at the old establish
ment ol ArmliGJ, Franklin & Co., west end j
ol ihike street, Alexandria, D. C., will meet
wiih prompt a (motion,
my 2J—11 GEORGE KE PH ART.
[.National Intelligencer, cptf.]
LAMPS! LAMPS!! !
VFEW pairol Astral Lamps, Bronze and
(hunoiee, with plain and cut Sliades; Brii
tannia. Mantle and chamber Lamps, with
Rust's patent, revolving burner; Hall or Pas
sage Lamps, plain, Rougliedand Rough's] and
(hit., various sizes and patterns; just received
and for sale by
6mo *27 ROBERT H. MILLER.
TO RENT,
n i diie brick I b LOSE, on Prince street,
pY near Thos, Burns’ and .Mrs. Norriss's
,g:ia ,,(irorery stores. Possession may be
had on the oth of J line.
may *22 JOS] \R R. DAVIS.
('HA M l*A IG.XK WINKS,
OF the following descriptions, just received,
and for sale by the subscribers, viz:
Key, Golden Eagle, Sillery Mousseux, Or-i
ange, Hickory, Lafayette, and Star brands.—I
Part of which are recommended with great
confidence as being of very choice quality.
je 3_J KERR & Me LEAN.
I FINE TEAS,
j jpl UXPOVDER,imperial, llvson and Young
i \ Y llvson Teas, of very superior quality, in
j ball chests—just receiv ed and for sale bv
_je l / KERR & Ale LEAN,
SUGAR, COFFEE, &e. ’
r~^ HI IDS prime St. Croix Sugar
** 10 hags St. Domingo Coffee
3 hois Patent bleached Lamp (Oil
Just received and for sale by
je -t A. J. FLEMING.
i ___
GUNPOWDER TEA.
X/A HALF chests, thisday landing, and for
v/ sale by
*je 3 ‘ WAT. FGAYLE Ik Son.
OLD WHISKEY AND APPLE BRANDY.
J PIPES superior Old Whiskey
I *25 barrels do do
2 do. Apple Brandv. Just received bv
je 3 KERR &, McLEANX
THOM ASTON LIME.
Q X C)| CASKS Thomnston Lime, (fresh,) ;
Ot./0 t: ic r.uyo Sr Sir. Susan I.udwie,— for 1
sale !»y LAMBERT Sc Me KEN/, IE. . j
; je 3_
CHEAP WRITING PAPER.
REAMS <roo,l plain Letter Paper at
j »j u >$2,50 per Ream
100 regains Ames’ ruled Foolscap, at S2,50
3,00. and 3,50 per ream;—for sale bv
je 1 BELL Sc ENTWISLE.
VIOLIN STRINGS,
OF fresh quality, this day. received and for
sale by COOK Sc LEADBEATER.
o _JeJ__
CASTOR OIL.
X BARRELS, of prime quality, for sale bv
■ O my 31 \VM. FOAVLE & SON.
:i ea paper.
1 ,XF\ REAMS Cap Tea Paper, ail excellent
»)* / article, al 75 emits per ream; for sale by
, je 1 BELL Sc ENT WISLE. '
Blt.YNDIlETH’S PILLS.
rp:iL New York Su i sivs: B HAND BETH’S
A PILLS have been used among many o
our friends, a»i I in oar own family we have
used t h an nearly lour years when we required
medicine; in that perio I, n ) Doctor save Mr.
Brandrath Ins crcssa I our threshold, and no
medicine bosi les the Doctor's Pills used. Our
b dial is ‘keep voar bowels an I b!o >d pure,’ and
every kin i oiMisaase will b * prevented or cur
ed. The Brau 1 ret! 1 Pillsare eminently calcu
lated to do this, an I thereby much lessen the
sum ol human misery.
Tin New York Ev iniog Star says; Br.iu
dretVs Pills are a nndicine which their own
intense worth will always secure for them a
large an I ready sale.—Tiny have deservedly a
high reputation; an I as a family an I anti-hi I li
ons remetly it would bo dillicult to equal them
among all the patent medicines of the present
day.
The New York Commercial says: They re
move all morbid humors and purify tbe blood.
To the whole fanihof Man.—We feel both
pleasure and satisfaction in recommending to
all our readers, Bran Ireth’s Vegetable Pil s, as
the most, certain, most, safe, and invaluable
medicine extant. As antibilious and aperient.
Pills, we are perfectly conv inced they stand
tar above all others; as a certain cure in ail
eases of worms, scurvy, scorbutic humors,
erysipelas, an I all abortions of the skin, drop
sy, asMima, ston % crawl, piles, and lumbago,
they will be Nun I inv ala ib!e. —London 'limes.
BWABE OF COT;NTKIIFFJTS.
DItUC CISTS .YFVFJi M!I)!: .ICFA'IS!
Lli'/a Iveiri * ly is tie: only Acent in Alex
andria, for the sale of Bran 11ret h’s Pills.
Baltimore Uilice, SO South Charles street.
B. B. GBIiLX,
may 22—Cm General Ayent.
LEMUEL SPAXSBULtY,
Kin* Street, above the Mars ha’l House,
Opens, this mo mins, an allitiona1 s//»jvb/ of
Fresh and Seasonable l)r<j Coo Is, embra
cin' a scneea! variety.
13 A X PA L< )* >XS S l’L BBS—conn Gin i ol’sti
1 ]):*rior crap*, twill'd and plain summer
cloths, erminett, ribbb I, striped an I fancy lin
en d rill; si-aped and plain Mexicm mixture;
white and brown linen drills, an I linen.ribb *d
and plain cotton drill, striped jeans, olive an i
blue jeans, American nankeens, plain and
t willed, bln * do; yrass cloth crap 1 Iasiinus, &c
&c., embracing a variety of other kinds, than
those enumerated.
Vestilies—Marseilles, silk, satin face See.
Prints—A yood assortment from nine pence
upward.
Lawns, iacon *ts an I painted muslins.
Ginghams and cha in brays, plaid, striped and
plain.
Silks — floured an 1 plain yro de naps, an 1
otiier \ ariel i»*s.
Canvass paddines, domwlio stripes and
checks, bleached and irm cii muslins, burlaps
and osn ibnr^s, ba rn.sley sheet hies, twilled se
lesia, I bread eebjines, c bored cambric *, brown
hoi land, linen e.imbrir, and silk hdkls, plain
cotton ditto, hosierv, uloves, braces, bin lines,
buttons, black silk hdkls, white, bin.* and
pink it ilian crape, sewmes, &c. &c.
The a bow with a invar many other kin Is
of Dry Goods, will b ‘so!d |o*v. It wiiI b" lie* *
en lea vor of the advertiser to keep an as>art- j
ment ol the most modern an I period st\ !es of
Goods, an I will sell them at Ihir prices. Citi
zens and residents of t!u Co mtry, are invited
to call and see them. iny II
J. W. MASS IE & WHEELER
XT A YE on lii iid, and f>r salt*, on jib nan
i 1 terms, Greeifs Pa trait Straw Cutters,
with 1*2, is, and '2 1 Knives, RlarkmiitYs Re’i
lows, of various sizes, Anv ils, Vie *s, Ear Iron, !
Steel, of various kinds, No back's Saddle !
’Trees, Rodger's Knives and Razors, Wal
dron's Gram and Gr^s* Scythes, Ploughs and
1 {arrows, &a\; together wiiu a general assuri
7ni.it of Hard ware. my S
JiJSf RECEIVED,
T)ER Sclir. IV Vincent from New York
I I h!id pure 1 uuseed t >j|
6 bbks bleached fall strained -rjp *rm Oil, a
superior a rt icie lor parlors, xc.
3 casks, first quality, Ohee.se
For sale by ^ ' Tllos. VOAYET.L,
On the wharf, late I larper's.
AYlio has in Store, a small assortment o{
GROCERIES, with the exception of Ardent
! Spirits, Wines, See. may 8
DOST* )N CAN DUES.
7*/TOULD Candies-1, 5, (5, and 3, of Jar!:
L son's superior bran I. For sale bv
may 13 A. C. CAZEXOVE & Oo.
FLOUR. I
T “S ERIYE prime Shenau loan Flour (exira
J bran Is) just received into store, and is
ollored for sale bv
my I I * ANDREW J. FDKUIN {.
UPLAND o-) T [•< IN.
RALES of very prim*' qualiiy, landing
/ from Soar. Ellen, and for sale bv
my 1 l AVEfrL FOW'LE & SON.
M OJ ]aS.si’j N
A FEW Tlbds. of Porto Rico Molasses: will
[ il be so! I low to close a c mdgnm uit by
may 13 A.C. CA/E.V >VE xa'n,
I FA YULY FLt PEL
1 A BARRELS Family Flour
1 *- v 73 Nests Wooden Ware; —just received
and for sale by Pv. So W . RAMSA\ .
may 13
|SCOTT’S POEHCAL WORKS,
TN one large octavo volume, splendidly
JL bound in blue calf for sale by
m y 9 BELL & ENT AY ISLE.
GARDEN SEEDS.
,% FRESi I supply consisting oi Scarlet Rad
isli, Lettuce Sevd, AltringhamCarrot,Co
, coa Nut Squash, Mammoth Pumpkin, Ruta Ra :
ga Turnip, Mangel W'urzel and Sugar Beet, re
ceived and for sale bv
my 8 COOK Sc LEABBEATER.
BIRD SEED.
/M ANAR Yaud Hemp Seed, just received by
Vo mv 8 COOK oc LEA DRERTER.
, FLOVVF.il SLEDS.
\ FIJTITHER supply ofcboice FF we ' Seeds
j 1 >_ this day received, and for sal'" l.»y
may 8 COGK is. LE.v DB.j.V i EiL
WOOD WARE.
NESTS Iron bound Wood ware and
j / Buckets just received and for sale by
Way 11 Geo. WHITE.'
SUGAR AND COFFEE.
"J "J III ] DS. For to Rie.o Sonar, part prime
i .1 30 b iffs Green Rio Coliee, mst received
and lor sale by
my 7 W. N. & J. II. McVEIGH
i ;V ,\1. LANFHLK,.!:.,
LNTIST, on Kins', ',:Vir *'»'asthin
ton street. Alexaodr ia. nov 17—t\
Loco then. Friction and I.uc.i cr Matches.
T “) ECiil VED and for sale bv
1\ ie 1 COOK K LF, A DEE A TER.
A Sxesze.— Tlie greatest luxury we know
oi, save and except a plate of gumbo, is a real
j hard ohl-lashioued sneeze. Not the sneeze
that comes from snullpiot iliat which proceeds
n'om a cold, hat a sneeze that arises from ner
i vousness. first there is a slight tingling at the
nove; you write on, however^and don't notice
it; it touch:*s you again, a liltf* harder; you
lay down the pen, an 1 look round slowly as
tuough you expected some on-*; the tingle
comes again; you catch hwulh] look up at an
augie ol about twenty degrees; open your
mouth, shut.it. and then comes the glorious
burst. Every muscle in vour body is awak
ened; it ^something like an universal resur
rection of all the dormant faculties. The lir t
sensation isthatol self-eomplacencv, to think
you can sneeze; the next, a satisfaction to
know you have done it neatly; then, contented
collection, I hat i! you had not, your washer
woman has provided your pocket with a reme
dy. Alter all tnose, comes tnat thrill, and chil
ling sensation, which goes to the tips ol* your
toes. \ on then feel as t hough you had done a
hearty laugh: you take a long breath and are
ha ppy.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. f
ALEXANDRIA COI NTV, SGT.
A/f/ i Term* 1 -da. ;
Anthony R. Frazer—complainant
a a i ust
\\ alter S. Mexander, Catharine F. Alex- J
under, Elizabeth Alexan ler, Albert A. ] $
Alexander, Edward II. Alexan lor. I Jo- j ^
ratio Ball, and the heirs of Baldwin j ^
(hide—defendants. ^
r jjAlfE thdeii la ills, Albert A. Alexander and
.-L Ed ward li Alexan ler, not hax in^entered
their appearance to this suit, and 'riven secu
rity accordin'' to the .statute and the rules
Court, and it appearing to tlie satiMhefion <>!
tlie Oourt that, tlie said Albert A. Alexander
and iydwanl II. Alexander, are not i*i! 1:11»i
tants o| ilie District of Columbia, on the
motion o! the complainant bv hi > Oouu-el, it is
ordered dial the said Alb *rt A. Alexan ler and
la I war* I il. Alexander do a up air here on or
IHore tic* first day of the next October'i.Vrm
| of the Oourt an I ainwvr the Complainanr.s
Bill, an I jiivc security for performin'./ the de
crees ol the Court,—and that a copy oj* this
order he forthwith published in the Alexandria
Gazette lor two months successively, and a no
th *r copy post4*d at the front door of l he Coiin
! Ion ;e of said : juntv.
lest, ” EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
may ;’I—2m
DHTBIC V OP COLUMBIA, )
A LEX A Xi) U I A Co r X T V. sc T.
May Term, H O. \
'tViiii un X. MeV«Till complainant | A
(• ainst | C
Charles Fletcher and Jolin E. De- l ^
m ml, late tra lin;/ under t i • film ( h
of EbOrher Sc Dement, and Mi- M
ley Dixon, defendants. ^
' I
J in? entered his appearance to this suit,
and j*'iven security according to the statist*"*,
:i0 I th" rules of th •_ Co irt: and if ,-ipp erin? i
to 1 he satisfaction of the Court, that the said I
John P. Dement is not an inliahilant of the
Idstri'U of Columbia: on motion of the com
plainant, by lus counsel, it i>ordered, that the
said John P. I Vnrnit do appear here on or h *
lore* the first day o{ next October term of the
■ 'ourt. and answet tin* complainant's hill, and
?ive security lor periorinin? the decree of the
r 'ourt; a nd t ha t the resident defendant, Mi ley
• ' , do not c y away, or t *, t
or mnn w,by him owin? to,or I lie estate.debts,
ellects, in his ban D, h ‘lon?in? to th * said ab
laut. .To!in E. I mt - 1 »ftir
l wr ordt au i dec.i’t'f* of the { ourt: and that
a c '|)v of tiiis order he lort!i\vit!i pishh h<*d in
I he A S; >;a ml ria Gazette for 1 wo months suc
cf e;»\v!;, and a not her copy poster I at tiie front
door ol tiie Court-house of sui I Countv.
f Test : PDM. !. LEE, C. C.
in iy ::u—*Mn
DiETiUCT ()P COLUMBI \, f
AlexaxiUij \ 1 'or.vrv, s ;t.
Mticj Term, H >:L S
Aiiiustine Newton—-Complainant,
as a i ust C
Elisha Ri??s & Geor?e II. Gaither, late C
t rad in? tin !er the linnof liicirs X. Gai- ‘ 5
ther; and said Elisha Ri?<*s and
]>eahody, late!y trading under l!ie firm X
of Ri?,?s cc idea bod y — Deiendants. ^
rjl!IE a how named defendants, not bavins
X ei iL red their a ppert ranee to this suit, and
?i\vn security according to thestatute and tiie
rules of the Court; and it appearin'? to the
satisfaction ol* tlie Court that tiie said defeu
i Hants are not inhabitants of the District of
| Columbia: on motion of the complainant, by I
bis counsel, it is ordered, that, the defendants ;
do appear here, on <>r before tiie first day of !
the next < Jctober term of the Court, and an
swer the complainant's bill and ?ive security
for performing thedecrees of tiie (tourt. And it
is ordered. that a c.opy of inis order he forth
with published in the* Alexandria Gazette for
two months successively, and that another'
copy he posted at the front door of tiie Court 1
ofsaid County.
Test: EDM. I. LEE, C. C. j
iny 30— in
THE CLASS ih' >0!v OP AXAT< )M'f,
X PL A X A 13 )[l V of iht* first principlesofim
l a man organization, as the basis of physical
ehurution; designed foffcschools, by Jerome V.
C. Smith, M. D. Editor of the Boston Medical j
and Surrieal Journal; with numerous illu— !
t rat ions, an I a voea biliary of technical terms; ;
tiiird edition, rt*vised and enlarged. Just re
cei ved, a nd for sa!e i»y
in- 115 _ BELL & ENTWISLE.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
A X explanation of the Laws of Growth,
J- Jl and Exercise, through which a pleasin'*
contour, symmetry ol* form, and graceful car
liacre ol the body are acquired, and the com
liMii deformities of the spine and chest pre
vented; by John Bell, M. D.
Shantz the Blaksmith, a Taleofother times,
hv Mrs. Sherwood. Just published, and for
sale by BELL & ENTWISLE.
my 10
| PENNMAGAZINE.
! f~* VOIMb of the Penny Maga/iur—1832, 1 ""3,
j W lS.il. 183-b 1830, and 1837—-the re-print
1 from the Kirdish edition, which is still contin
i uid, for sale at a small athanee on the price oi
' the numbers. They are handsomely nound.
mv 8 BKKL 6c KM 1 \\ LSKK.
I FRENCH LETTER PAPER,
j \ FFW Reams of this paper, of superior
1 IX. (juality, just received. It is highly ivcom
• mended, on acccount of its iiirhtne.ss, for lo
! reiin tellers. BKLL 6c KM 1 M 1.3KK.
! my 18
1 FIRE SCREENS AND P,ORDERS,
j A i'FR i'l [ER supply ot handsome FIRE
j j\ SCREEN PAPERS anti BORDERS, with
j a goo I assortment ol' \\ ALL PAPERS, just
j received, ami lor sale* bv
! may ii BELL & ENTWISLE.
j A LEX A NDRIA M l M,
f pen e\ cry day, Sundays excepted.
! DRUGS, FANCY ARTICLES. &c.
I IF subscriber has received and n> now of
I lering a large supply of the abov e articles,
which were carefully selected by himself—a
mong the goods are the following—viz:
Potash, Ibr making soap; Sal /Kratin, Alco
hol, Super Carbonate of Soda, best English
Mintanl, a very superior article; English Cal
omel, do best American, Valerian Root, Pa
tent Barley and Groats, Pearl Barley, a supply
ol Apothecaries Glass “Ware, Swaim’s Pana
cea, Refined Borax, Jamaica Ginger, <n root;
do ground, best Russian Isinglass,'Cooper’s
American do, for making Blank Manga, table
Jellies, See.; oatmeal, Sugar of Lead, Jujube
Paste, Liquorice Paste in sheets, Pummice
Stoic*, a large supply; Artists Colours. Con
i gress Water, White Wax, Jackson’s Cough
Lozenges, Castor < hi by the barrel and dozen,
Castile Soap, Oil of Lemon, Oil of Bergs*mot,
Oil of iYpernlint, Blue Pill Ala nen ufaelur
ed in London; Orris Root, Oil of Vitriol by the
Carboy, Calomel, Saxon .Manganese, the best,
article of the kind; Sweet spirits of Nitre, ge
nuine; best Red Bark, best Lima or Cali^aya
Bark, Whitehead's Essence of Alu^aol, Ala
cliine-spread Strengthening Plashes. Turkey
Rhubarb, Uitieksi! ver, Dye Stulls. Alleppo
Scanimony, Veratrine, variegated and white
.scented Snap. m cawes and by the African
I Pepper, groan ’; and Bayberry Bark, ground,
! a large supply of each; \V biting by the barrel,
| English Epsom Salts, Salad nil in fhuks, best
| Liquorice, Poland Starch, Chloride of Soda,
, Cl ora to of Potash, Strychnine, Kreosotc. Paris
I White, Glue, Evans's best Lancets. Therme
ters, a varietv; Giissoirs Syringe, Svnnges of
common and approved iorm, Ermals. Bed
Pa us, a Stomaeii Pump. Trusses, Nipple Shield*
of Gum Eiastic, heats rind Shields. German
Spring Lancets, Midwifery Instruments, Nur
sing Tubes and Bo tics, Metallic Nursing bot
tles. a new article; Elastic >vringes, Glass
Pessaries, a line assortment of Razors, Pen
knives and Pocket Knives.
English Windsor Soap. Ede'a odoriferous
Compound, Tide's Indelible Ink, Kidder's do,
lie 0, with and without mordant; benutilu! En \
<j!Hi Lle-h Brushes, Hair Brushes of new pat*
n rns and superior qua lily, do ot‘ inferior quali
tv; t'lotri Brushes, a variety ofShe\ mg Brush
es. Paint Brushes of various size., from the
largos! to the smallest; Brick linn g brushes,
Varnish Brushes, oval and flat; Gh mb Brushes,
Shoe Brushes, with a supply of supt i<>r Black •
ing; 'Tooth Brushes, of English aed Fretich
manufacture. large; and small of the latest pat
terns; English Smelling Boitles, very neat;
Kngli.sh Toilet Bottles, very beautiful, Brook
man and 1 .angdon's Pencils for Artists, Sealing
Wax, Wafers, brown Windsor Soap. Pa ley's
( 'oeoa-nut-od Soap: Bear's ( Td, Jkr B am.<«uin
Eiasticin Squares; pocket, dreeing. fine-tooth
an I side < ’oiibs, a variety; Cream of Almond*,
a doieditfu! article for Shaving, vvith «j variety
oi Erencii Perlumery. Erasive Ball*, r having
(tases. Dressing Cases, Rocket Booki, German
Tap »rs, German ( ologue, Japanned 1ms lor
Si ms; and on hand a large assortment of other
articles in his lint.
Mb mo 7th WILLIAM STABLER.
DISEASES (>F THE LUNGS:
Decidedly the most popular medicine ever
known in Jmerica.
Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam
7"3fhe most valuable reined v now in use for
JL coughs, ( olds, asthma or phthisic, consump
tion. whoopingeough,and pulmonary atlections
ofevery kind. Its sate is steadily increasing,
and th»* proprietors are constantly receiving
tin* most favorable accounts of its filed*.—
The following new certificates are offered lor
publication:
AX IXTET1E8TIXG CASF.
Extract of a letter lroin Mr. <'. s.( lay, Kings*
ton, F 1st-*r county, N. 7 , to the 'proprietors:
Yours of the instant was duly received.
A ivmarkn !>!e curt* was elite* ted by the Vege
table Pulmonary Balsam in the winter and
soring of I.'.5 \ The person. Mr. Moody, had
been sick a long time with the consumption;
llis j h is'r'ion hod siren him up. I le was re-^
dueed so iow as to be unable to help himself
an i was raising a large quantity of blood when
In* commenced lining the Ha v. Iiieh effect
ed a complete cure, and he is now as hair and
hearty as ever he was. Mr. Moody has re
moved from thn town, hut he ha* promised
me a mow detaile ! account of his rase, \\ Inch
1 will lbrward you. C. 8. Clay.
Kingston. X. 7 . June 27, 1S39.
The vegetable Pulmonary BaUnm ha* been
sold in this county for two years, and the
medicine has gain *d an uncommon celebrity,
for it srare**!y in one instance failed of having
the desired client. I am by no means in fa
vor of the many nostrums, most ot which are
impoqlions. upon a credulous public, but that
whichi know by exjHuience to he etlertuni,
1 cannot help but. give my approbation to.—
A counterfeit preparation has been o lie red
hv a t rax oiling agent of (Omstock. X. Y; and
there is also a not her article vended here that
is stroll'dv suspected to he spurious.
JACOB Al VERS M. D.
Alidlinfon, Juniata co. Pa May 3, 1837.
It is now more than six years since I was
brought very low by an a flection ol the lungs,
and my complaint was declared to be incura
ble by a council of three physicians. I was
then restored to as good In aith as I Lad r*n
loved for many years by using the Vegetable
Pulmonary Balsam. dure my recovery I
have recommended the balsam in a great
in*inv lung complaints, and so far as 1 ran
Irani its me has invariably been follow*! by
imicli benefit, and in many instances it lias
eliected cures which were whollvunexpected.
SAMI’EL EVERETT.
Boston, March 2, 1837.
Count* r ) its! Femare of Imposition!!
Each genuine botlle is enclosed in n blue
wrapper, on which is a label signed Sampson
/1 *' c d .
NONE OTHER CAN BE GENUINE.
O'The great celebrity of tnr Vegetable
} Pulmonary BaDam .has been the cause of at
j tempts to introduce .spurious articles, which by
j partially assuming the name of the genuine,
are calculated to mislead and deceive the pub
lic. Among these mixtures are the ‘Amen
can Pulmonary Balsam/‘Vegetable Pulmona
ry Balsam/ and others. Purchasers should
inquire lor the trueaniclc by it* whole name—.
'I he YeiCt diio Pulmonarn balsam, and sec
that it has llie marks and signature* of the
genuine.
Each bottle and seal is .stamped ‘Writable
Pulmonary Balsam/ fc'old by Druggists gen
era ilv—price ;)0 cen’s.
BEEI) WING & CUTLER.
I ate I .owe an 1 Peed, Boston.
For sale by WILLIAM STABLER.
5ino 7—ly Agent for Alexandria.
NEW GOODS."
TT7M. N. &, E. BERKLEY' have just open
VV ed an additional supply of desirable
Goods, consisting in part of—
Rich painted Lawns, Muslin*, and Cam
j bries; a large assortment ol Calicoes, a good
article, low price; French Chintzes; second
mourning Calicoes, (a very pretty article.)
Pantaloon stulis of all kinds; Vestings, Irish
Linens, brown Hollands, Nankeens, Burlaps,
Ticklenburgs, &c. &c.
Together with a large assortment of Fancy
Goods, which they as ill sell on the very be*t
! terms. mv 10

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