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(FOR THE COUXTRY,) -|
IS PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
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PER ANNUM, PAYABLE LV ADVANCE.
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.-Teed one squire, inserted three times for
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?hr-e times for 50 cents a square tor each in
sertion inside, or 25 cents outside, sixteen
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Advertisements by the year, at prices to be
*r,ed upon, having reterence to the usual
amiunt of space they may occupy.
Persons advertising by the year not to ad
vertise articles not included in their regular
business, nor to insert in their advertisements
anr other names than their own.
Pleasure Excursion to Piney Point.
****** ' The Steam Boat. PHE
^^N’lX leaves Washington at
16 o’clock, and Alexandria
ntTo'clock, A. M.’, on Tuesdays and Fridays,
for Piney Point, and the different land ings on
•i., River—going through and landing her pas
J .-ers bv daylight. For the accommodation
Jf persons visiting the Point on Pleasure, the
Proprietors have determined to make the pas
•sa reibr the Trio down and uo three dollars.
Passengers to have the liberty ol returning on
an' trip that may suit their convenience.
R‘turning, the boat will leave Kinsale on
We lnesdays and Saturdays, at 5 o'clock A. M.
mv--27 JOHN WILSON, Master.
. - . JSOTICE.
The steam boat JO
SEPH JOHNSON will, un>
*;til further notice, run as
Leive Alexandria at 8 1-2,10 1-2, A. M.
do. at 1 1-2, * 1 2, and 5 1-2, P. M.
Leave Washington at 9 1-2, and 11 1-2, A.M.
\nd 2 1-2, 4 1-2, and 6 1-2, P. M.
may 21 ■ IGNATIUS ALEX, Capt.
A .good Vessel of 8 or 900 barrels
burthen, can obtain a freight lor an
Eastern port, on application to
je 27 . WM. FOWLE &. SON.
~ FOR FREIGHT.
The good Sctvr. SUSAN, A. Taylor,
master, carries 800 barrels, will take
1 a freight North, or to the Provinces.—
A ply to " LAMBERT & McKENZIE.
je’23 . ,'•*'• __
The Packet Brig WANKINCO, Ry
der, master, will be dispatched imme
1 diatelv after the departure ot the Col
umbia: now loading—for freight or passage ap
ply to ' > WM. FOWLE & SON.
je -21 ' ■ • •
f The brick HOUSE, on Prince street,
4 near Thos, Burns’ and Mrs. Norriss’s
Is. [<Trorprv stores. Possession may be
had on the 0th of June,
je28 ' JOSIAH H. DANIS.
FOll SALE OR HIRE,
FOUR fine Saddle and Harness HORSES,
a Hack and Harness, Buggy and Harness,
a ltd a Gig and Harness. viriv«
j,. g_ini \\ ILLIAM MAN KINS.
' HOLLAND GIN.
SUPERIOR Holland Gin. Star Brand, just
received and lor sale $JESSE|lsMn.Hi
Who has in Store, Qtard, Dupey & Co., a nd
“ Hennesseys” superior old French Branny,
in half pipes, and quarter casks._jy 2
.A A' HHDS, and- 25 Barrels Whiskey;—just
received and for sale low by
jy2 JAMES IRAN IN.
| LADY CHEVELY;
OR, The Woman of Honor; a new version
of Chevely, The Man of Honor;-just
received and for sale by „
Jv | • BELL &■ ENTM 1SLF..
. BACON AND LARD.
5 AAA LBS. Prime Bacon
tUvJU 15 kegs Lard For sale by
jy I R.&. w. RAMSAA.
"I A HHDS. West India Molasses
J U For sale low by
3y \ ; . II. & W. RAMSAY.
7 • WM. LANPHIEII, Jr.
DENTIST, on King, near Washington st.,
~ PORT AVINEi
a /~v HALF pipes and quarter casks of Port
4U AVine, from the house of Hunt, Roope,
Teague, & Co., Oporto, old and of superior
-quality, for sale by WM. FOVV LE &, SON.
je 27; • ~ •
‘ SHERRY AND PORT.
TTERY superior Sherry Wine, in quaretr
OlAfcnd choice port Wine, in boxes ol a
dozen bottles each, for sale by
ie 24 A. C. CA7.F.NOVE& CO.
Also a few quarter casks of Sicily Madena,
warranted equal to any imported, for sale low.
A ABUNDLES daily expected per Schr Ma
ty V/ ry Patton, from New A ork,lor sale low,
ifapplied for beibre the vessel goes to George
town. Applvto . -
• je 22 • ~ -LAMBERT St. McKENZlE._
PRIME N. O. SUGAR.
2A HHDS. just received and on sale by
& je 26 A. J. FLEMING.
THE subscribers are purchasing Wool as
usual. • A. C. CAZENOVE & CO.
je 13 ‘ - '
LARGE English, Norfolk, and Ruta Baga
Turnip Seed; Mangel Wurzel, and white
Silesian Sugar Beet, warranted fresh and genu
ine. Just received and for sale by
COOK & LEADBEAER,
je 20 > • .King street
. PORTO RICO SUGAR.
7 BHDS. P. Rico Sugar, just received into
store and for sale iovv bv
je ‘25_\l J. FLEMING.
Flooring Boards and Sten Plank.
1 pv FRET best North Carolina
1 Ojl/Uo 1J inch Flooring Boards, dai
ly expected, for sale bv
je 22 LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
rice. ~~ 7
QQ CASKS prime quality, landing lrom brig
Columbia, for sale by
-* ** WM. FOWLE & SON.
" BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
AT THE OFFICE OF THE ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE,
Corner of Prince and Fairfax streets,
Alexandria D. C.
Will be received and executed with neatness
and despatch, orders for every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING.
Persons desirous of having any of the follow
ing descriptions of work done, may always
be accommodated, and on reasonable
terms, by leaving their orders—viz:
BILLS OF EXCHANGE,
BILLS OF LADING,
&c. &c. &c.
CO"All orders from the Country for every
description of Printing, meet with the same
attention that personal attendance would en
sure. _je 20—tf
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, )
Alexandria County, [sct.
May Term, 1839. )
William X. McVeigh complainant"!
Charles Fletcher and John E. De- ^ s
rnent, late trading under the firm ^
of Fletcher & Dement, and Mi- ^
ley Dixon, defendants. J £ £
THE defendant. John E. Dement, not hav
ing entered liis appearance to this suit,
and given security according to the statute,
and the rules of the^ Court; and it appearing
to the satisfaction of the Court, that the said
John E. Dement is not an inhabitant of the
District of Columbia: on motion of the com
plainant, by his counsel, it is ordered, that the
said John E. Dement do appear here on or be
fore the first day of next October term of the
Court, and answer the complainant’s bill, and
give security for performing the decree of the
Court; and that the resident defendant, Miley
Dixon, do not convey away, or secrete, the
i or money,by him owing to,or the estate,debts,
etfects, in his hands, belonging to the said ab
sent defendant, John E. Dement, until the fur
! ther order and decree of the Court; and that
a copy of this order be forthwith published in
the Alexandria Gazette for two months suc
cessively, and another copy posted at the front
door of the Court-house of said Countv.
Test: EDM. 1. LEE, C. C.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. )
ALEXANDRIA COUNTY, > SCT.
Man Term, 1S39. )
An JvOny R. Frazer—complainant
Walter S. Alexander, Catharine F. Alex
ander, Elizabeth Alexander, Albert A. ►
Alexander, Edward H. Alexander, Ho
ratio Ball, and the heirs of Baldwin j
THE defendants, Albert A. Alexander and
Edward II Alexander, not having entered
| their appearance to this suit, and given secu
I rity according to the statute and the rules
; Court, and it appearing to the satisfaction ot
j the Court that the said Albert A. Alexander
j and Edward H. Alexander, are not inhabi
I tants of the District of Columbia, on the
motion of the complainant by his Counsel, it is
ordered that the said Albert A. Alexander and
Edward H. Alexander do appear here on or
before the first day of the next October Term
of the Court and answer the Complainant’s
Bill, and give security for performing the de
crees of the Court,—and that a copy of this
order be forthwith published in the Alexandria
Gazette for two months successively, and ano
ther copy posted at the front door ot the Court
House of said county.
Test, ' EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, j
Alexandria County, . sct.
.May Term, 1839. )
Augustine Newton—Complainant, 1 ^
Elisha Riggs & George R. Gaither, late g
trading under the firniol Riggs &. Gai- ' 5
ther; and said Elisha Riggs and
Peabody, lately trading under the firm s
of Riggs & Peabody—Defendants.
rpHE above named defendants, not having
JL entered their appearance to this suit, and
given security according to the statute and the
rules of the Court; and it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Court that tiie said defen
dants are not inhabitants of the District o.
Columbia: on motion of the complainant, by
his counsel, it is ordered, that the defendants
do appear here, on or before the first day of
the next October term of the Court, and an
swer the complainant’s bill and give security
for performing the decrees ot the Court. And it
is ordered, that a copy of this order be forth
with published in the Alexandria Gazette for
two months successively, and that another
copy he posted at the front door of the Court
of said Countv.
Test: ‘ EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
my 30—2m _
EASY Exercises, in Composition, designed
! for the use of beginners, by John Frost,
i Professor of Belles Lett resin the High School
of Philadelphia, second edition.
Opinions of the Press.
“It appears to us admirably adapted to the
object, greatly calculated to facilitate the pro
gress of the young, and in its whole scheme is
planned, as well to interest, as to improve and
instruct the youthful mind.”— Inquirer.
“ \Ve consider this contribution to the school
library, as among the best that we have late
ly seen ."—United States Gazette.
' “\ve believe it is the best book lor beginners
in composition that has been published.” Sa
“The plan is good, and the work appears to
j be well arranged under it.”—A e w York .Vorn
“An excellent little book, and which we
doubt not will become popular.”—Herald and
Sentinel. . , ,
A fresh supply of the above just received and
for sale by BELL & ENTWISLE.
ie 11 _
: aa CASKS and half casks fresh Rice, re
ceived per Schr. Susan, Taylor, master
roin Charleston, for sale by
LAMBERT & McKENZIE. i
je og . Union wharf.
WHITE HAVANA SUGAR.
0 A BOXES prime white, just received and
'W V/ for sale by A. j. FLEMING.
TTAHE subscribers will contract tor "Wheat,
i deliverable in Jul v.
je 25 A. C. CAZENOVE Sc Co.
1 TIERCE prime Rice .
1 18 reams double crown Wrapping Paper
5 cases Canton preserved Ginger; just
received and for sale by
, * 25 A. J. FLEMING.
LEMUEL STANSBURY, Kingstreet,above
the Marshall House, offers for salea large
variety of Dry Goods at reduced prices.—
Those kinds for the sale of which the season is
advancing to a close, especially, will be sold
Printed Lawns, Jaconets, and Mouslaine de
Laines; plaid, striped and plain Ginghams,
some very handsome; Summer Cloths; Ermi
nets; Drillings, linen and cotton; ribbed, plain
and striped pantaloon stuffs; Nankeens; Irish
Linens; Russia Diapers; Crash; Russia Sheet
ings; Barnsley Sheetings; long Lacons, linen
Cambric, and do. Handkerchiefs; Pongee and
other Silk Hdksf., plaid Verona and Berkley
do; Prints, a desirable assortment, some very
cheap; Umbrellas, Cotton, and Silk; Hosiery;
Gloves, Suspenders; Pins, Tapes, Buttons, Stc.
embracin'; a full assortment of Trimmings.
N. B. Cloths, Cassimeres, and Satinet; to
gether with a full assortment ol Domestics,
constantly kept on hand. Call and look, as
for the balance of the season, sales will be
made with reference to but a slight profit, and
closing the Summer stock, as far as practica
ble, the advertiser being anxious always to
keep a fresh assortment of the latest styles
of Dry Goods. _ je 24
’ J. W. MASS1E & WHEELER
HAVE on hand, and for sale, on liberal
terms, Green’s Patent Straw Cutters,
with 12, 18, and 24 Knives, Blacksmith’s Bel
lows, of various sizes, Anvils, Vices, Bar Iron,
Steel, of various kinds, . Norbeck’s Saddle
Trees, Rodger’s Knives and Razors, Wal
dron’s Grain and Grass Scythes, Ploughs and
Harrows, Stc.; together with a general assort
ment of Hardware. __•_nty 3
THE season for sowing Ruta Baga is ap
proachiii"', and the subscriber is supplied^
with seed of undoubted quality. The value of
this root as food for stock, is second only to
tlie Sugar Beet and Mangel Wurtzel, over both
of which it has one advantage—maturing as
an after crop. Also, on hand, Turnip Seeds
of all the approved kinds.
6 mo 14 Agent of Dr Landreth.
ANTI DYSPEPTIC PILLS.
DOCTOR BECKWITH’S Antidyspeptic
Pills, wherever they have been once in
troduced info a family, they become a stand
ing remedy in every variety of functional dis
order of the stomochand bowels. Price 50cts.
a box, received and for sale by
ie 22_JOHN I. SAYRS.
PHELPS compound Tomato Pills, a substi
tute for Caloinel.and corrector of the dan
gerous effects of its abuse, also a valuable pur
gative in bilious fevers. Liver complaints Stc.
Price 374 cents a box: received and for sale by
je 22 JOHN I SAYRS.
\ FEW pair of Astral Lamps, Bronze and
i"\. Ormolee, with plain and cut Shades; Brit
tannia Mamie and Chamber Lamps, with
Rust’s patent revolving burner; Hall or Pas
sage Lamps, plain. Roughed and Roughed and
Cut, various sizes and patterns; just received
and for sale by
5mo 27 ' ROBERT H. MILLER.
JOSIAH H. DAVIS, thankful for favors re
ceived, informs his friends and the public,
that lie continues to manufacture in the best
styie, Gangs of Rigging
Cables and Hawsers
Bed Cords, Plough Lines, and Trace
Rope, with all other kinds that may be wanted,
~~ COMMON READING LAMPS.
JUST received a supply of Reading Lamps,
a new cheap article. For sale bv
6 mo—29 ROBER T H. MILLER.
BIRD FOUNTS, AND SEED BOXES.
JUST received a supplyof the above articles
for bird cages. For sale by
I je 29 ROBERT H. MILLER.
AN excellent ne vv Wheat Fan constructed
upon t he best ari l most modern plan; lor
sale low by [je 27] GEO. WHITE.
SUGAR, MOLASSES, See.
8 HHDS prime Porto Rico Sugars
5 hhds bright Heavy Molasses, for retail
15 bags Rio j Co(ree
10 do Laguira j
5 boxes Cavendish Tobacco
20 kegs No land 2 Lard
5 kegs Ground Ginger
5 boxes Ground Pepper
1 keg Netmugs
1 cask Salaratus
1 do Alum
15 casks Sicily Madeira W'ine
5 half chests Gunpowder Tea
2 tierces fresh rice
Just received and for sale by
SAMUEL HARRIS & Co.
je 29 Prince Street Wharl.
O A HHDS. prime Porto Rico Sugar
landing from schr. Vulcher, and for
sale by WM. FOWLE & SON.
DA A HHDS. bright retailing Molasses
,<6UU 30 hhds. Porto Rico and New Or
eans Sugar. For sale by
je 27 WM. FOWLE & SON.
JUBILEE OF THE CONSTITUTION.
A DISCOURSE bv John Cluincy Adams; for
sale by BELL & ENTIWSLE.
CHEESE, BUTTER, SUGAR, &c.
CIHEESE, first quality
’ Fresh Butter, Sugar, Herrings
Coffee, Bacon, Meal
Superfine Flour, Oranges
Gunpowder and \ oung Hyson Teas, See.
je jV 1 THOS. VO WELL.
A FIRST quality three stringed Rose-wood
German Piano, as good as new, has 6 oc
taves and in complete oilier, for sal£ by
je 17 GEO. WHITE.
Tennant's Cloride of Lime.
a ryr\ LBS, the best article of the kind,just
4 / U received, and tor sale by
6 mo I t WM. STABLER,
winchester Virginian, Leesburg. Genius of
Liberty and Warrenton Times.__
PAINTED WARE, &c.
^ K. DOZEN painted Buckets
Vj D 25 nests Wood Ware
so bushels Mercer Potatoes
Just received by B. WHEAT & SON.
IC17 __ _
R WASHINGTON & Co., have just re
• ceived an additional supply of seasona
ble i>y Goods, comprising a beautiful assort
Paris Painted Muslins, Jaconets and lawns
Rich French calicoes very cheap
Super blue black Poult tie Soie and Grode
Ditto White Satin, Italian Cravat;*
Rich new style colored figured Silks
Real French Worked Collars some as low as
Rich Embossed Scarf* and Handkerchief
Gentlemen’s super colored,linen Cambric do
Tape, Hemslich, and Colored bordered do
Lady Lesli thread, Mohair and kid Gloves
Gentlemens superior Goat Skin do
Superfine long Lawns, and Irish Linens
A large assortment of thread Laces, Edg
ings and Inserting
Swiss Muslin, Insertings, and Cambric Edg
Fancy Drillings and London Tweeds Cassi
Mouslain de Lain.*, handsome and cheap
Lace striped Muslin, a beautiful article
Plaid and striped Swiss Muslins
Real Welsh Gauze Flannels
Twill’d Sacking for Baes
6-4 Hamilton Long Cloth Sheetings
White Satin Janes, for Corsetts
Ladies super ribbed, and pla>n English Silk
Hose __may 29
Kins Street, above the Marshall House,
Opens, this mornins, an additional supply of
Fresh and Seasonable Dry Goods, enibra
cing a seneral variety.
PANTALOONS STUFFS—consisting ofsu
perior crape, twill’d and plain summer
cloths, erminett, ribbbd, striped and fancy lin
en drill; striped and plain Mexican mixture:
white and brown linen drills, and linenyribbed
and plain cotton drill, striped jeans, olive and
blue* jeans, American nankeens, plain and
twilled., blue do; grass cloth crape fastings, &c
&c.: embracing a variety ol other kinds, than
. Vestings—Marseilles, silk, satin face &c.
Prints—A good assortment from nine pence
Lawns, jaconets and painted muslins.
Ginghams and charnbrays, plaid, striped and
plain. . , ,
Silks—figured and plain gro de uaps, and
Canvass paddings, domestic stripes and
checks, bleached and brown muslins, burlaps
and osnaburgs, barnsley sheetings, twilled se
! lesia, thread edgings, colored cambrics^ brown
! Holland, linen cambric, and siik hdkfs, plain
1 cotton ditto, hosiery, gloves, braces, bindings,
i buttons, black silk hdkfs, white, blue and
pink Italian crape, sewings, &c. &c.
The above with a great many other kinds
of Dry Goods, will be sold low. It will be the
endeavor of the advertiser to keep an assort
ment of the most modern and perfect styles of
Goods, and will sell them at fair prices. Citi
zens and residents of the Country, are invited
to call and see them._my 11
BISHOP MEADE, OX CONFIRMATION.
rpHE Candidate lor Confirmation Self Ex
J. amined; with questions and addresses to
Ministers, Parents, Sponsors, and others, by
the Right Rev. William Meade, D. D., Assis
tant Bishop of Virginia. Price. 12 1-2 cents a
single copy; 10 copies for a dollar; 8 dollars a
A Sermon on Confirmation, by Wm. Meade,
D. D., Assistant Bishop of Virginia, preached
in Winchester, on Sunday, December 12,1830;
third edition; 112 pages, neatly half bound in
morocco. Price, single copy 12 1-2 c; 10 co
pies lor a dollar; 8 dollars per hundred. Also,
Letters on the Church, by Rev. John B.
Clark, Rector of St. Andrew’s Church, Phila
delphia, with an introduction, by Stephen II.
Tyng, D. D., Rector ofthe Church ofthe Epiph
anv; price, single copy, 12 1-2 c; 10 for a dol
lar; and 8 dollars per hundred.
Just published, and for sale by
Je 5 BELL & ENTWISLE.
HISTORY OF ENGLAND.
HUME and SMOLLET’S History of Eng
land, from its settlement to the year
1760,accurately and impartially abridged, and
a continuation from that period to the Coro
nation of George the 4th, embracing a period
of nearly two thousand years, by Rev. John
Robinson, D. D.; illustrated by twenty-four
pages of engravings; 1 vo^price Si 25; —
for sale by BELL & ENTWISLE.
je 29 ____
DESIRABLE POCKET COMPANION.
THE Pocket Companion; an explanation of
Words and Phrases from the French and
Latin, with their pronunciations, which are
frequently used by authors and editors, and
often introduced in general conversation
price 12 1-2 cents;—for sale by
je 29 BELL &' ENTWISLE.
fPHE Gentleman of the Old School, by
James, author of “Charles Tyrell,” Sic.,
in two volumes. i
Francia’s Reign of Terror, bein» a sequel to
Letters on Paraguay, by J. P. and W. P. Ro
bertson, in two volumes.
The White Sulphur Papers, or Life at the
Springs of Western Virginia, by Mark Pencil,
F.sq.; one volume. Just published, and Ibr
sale by BELL Si ENTWISLE.
GRAVITIES AND GAITIES,
BY Samuel F. Glenn, author of “Criticism.”
“To some Truth unadorned is welcome,
but to many she is most welcome when array
ed in fancy.” Just published, and for sale,
price 50 cents, by
je 25 BELL St ENTWISLE.
i SEWALL ON PHRENOLOGY.
AN Exam illation of Phrenology, in two Lec
tures, by Thomas Sewall, M. D.; for sale
by ' BELL & ENTWISLE.
je 27 • _
OR useful and entertaining passages from
the best English authors, and transla
tions; principally designed for the use of young
persons; originally compiled by the Rev. Vice
simus Knox, D. D.; a new edition, embellish
ed with elegant engravings, prepared by the
Rev. James G. Percival, in six volumes. Vols.
1 and 2, Prose; vols. 3 and 4, Epistles; vols. 5
and 6, Poetry. Each volume has three por
traits of the authors, done on steel.
; For sale by BELL fit ENTW1SLE.
| SAM SLICK.
THE Adventures of Sam Slick, the Clock
maker, first and second series, for sale
by •• BELL & ENTWISLE.
CUT AND PLAIN GLASS.
JUST received an assortment of rich, cut,
and plain Glass, consisting of plain and
cut pitchers: ditto soda Goblets; do. wines;
lamps;—together with a general assortment
of Glassware, and for sale by
K 29. |ROBt, H. MILLER. .
THE INFLUENCE OF WOMAN.
We love to contemplate the influence ol wo
man in refined society, as well as to trace to
its origin the power she here possesses. In the
savage state, she is the slave of her lordijr
j husband, and the menial in her own family.
In the half civilized, she may not be so very a
slave, but she is far removed from rational
companionship with her brothers or even her
husband. She is not even here a help-meet
for her husband.” In highly civilized coun
tries, she is raised to the place she ought to
fill, and her universally acknowledged. To
this effect, Christianity has contributed more
than all other causes It has done this by
maintaining the equality of the sexes in rela
tion to eternal responsibility. It has placed
the immortality of both, on the same ground.
It has asserted the same moral capabilities,
and the same religious obligations. Hence, it
has implied intellectual capacity, for to be
either felt or performed, duty must be known,
and obligation must be a matter ol clear dis
cernment. Hence it is, that the Gospel lias
civilized while it has christianized, and has
especially exerted its power on the female
mind ami in the elevation of the female cha
racter. It has placed her in a higher and no
bler sphere of action, and it lias fitted her for
filling that sphere. The power she has acqui
red is not physical power; her arm is not wield
ed with more of natural energy: it is not civil
power, for man lias not given her more rights
and privileges of a political character. But, it
is a moral power—a power to operate on the
manners and actions from her influence upon
the good sense and the better feelings of lord
ly man. It is not a power which carries her
out of her sphere, but preserves her in it; lor
it is connected with knowledge—of her rela
tions, and obligations, and duties—which win
not suffer her to depart from her place if she
were disposedj to do it—knowledge, which
gives her a moral energy, which is resistless
whenever virtue and virtuous principles sway
her mind; or, which makes her a fiend tnoar
na te, wherever principle is wanting. In either
case, it is a moral power woman exerts, ami
in either case the value of her influence is seen
and felt to be prodigious. The high inoral
powers and tiie eternal interest of the undy
ing soul, are considerations which demand that
her influence, as they do that man’s influencg,
should be exerted in the promotion of the
highest good of herself and of the human fa
mily. » er influence is connected with reli
gion, that we may have the sanction of reli
gious truth in calling forth that influence ol
females which is so important to the success
of this cause. Upon whom, then, can she ex
ert her influence?
Upon her husband. By a judicious course,
she can induce almost any husband to banish
intoxicating liquors from his family and his
field of labor. She can draw him by the silken
chain and by all the blandishments of love al
lure him to walk only and continually in the
happy paths of temperance.
She can influence her brother. A sister's
affection comes with a mighty power over
him who iias been cradled in the same love
and dandled on the same paternal knee.—
How can he remember her gent’eness and
the kindly power she has often used over him,
and see her attempt to remove him from the
poisonous cup forever, and not feel how “aw
ful” is the power ol goad ness. It is impossible.
You must take the brother, whose heart lias
already been in part brutalized by the baleful
spirit of intemperance, to find one inaccessi
ble and uninfluenced by the affectionate per
suasions ofhis sister.
She can influence her lover. In view of ob
ligations, and their design to avoid the evils I
of intemperance,, she can bring every real j
lover to pledge himself to the unwavering sup
port of this cause forever She has every in- i
ducement to refuse an alliance which does not
premise entire security. The drunkard’s
home should never be contemplated as her
possible habitation. There is no effectual se
curity to be found, except in the principle of
entire and total exclusion of the poison from
the home. What is that affection on either I
side to he valued, which hesitates on the
course to be pursued.
She can influence her children. Mothers
can avoid the formation in their children ol
a taste for alcholic stimulus, and they can
detect and expose the snares which beset the
feet of their children.
Females can influence others. Personally,
they can put themselves under the salutary
restraint of the pledge, and they can induce J
others to do the same. No suspicion of
any evil design can be made against the effort.
—No abridgment of rights or privileges, can
he feared from this exertion. Happiness, and ]
increased happiness, is the desired end, and
will be seen to be the object. To every man,
whose actions her influence can reach, she j
will come as an angel of mercy on an errand
of kindness. “Behold, the destroyer has gone j
forth; the demon of intemperance devastates j
the fairest portions of the land : hold no inter- ;
course with him, renounce him and all his
works, associate for mutual security and pros
perity, that his blasting power be not exerted
over vour own hearts, and that lie destroy not
your domestic peace and enjoyment, and that
he cut not olFall religious hope for eternity.”
[to be continued.]
THE Metropolitan Pulpit; or. Sketches of
the most popular preachers-in London, by
the author of “ The Great Metropolis,” &,c.
' Jack Downing’s Letters, with “ picters” to
match, containing the only authentic history
extant of the late waron our Disputed Ter
Fauquier Sulphur Springs.—Six weeks in^
Fauquier, being the substance of a series of
familiar letters, illustrating the scenery, local
ities, medicinal virtues, and general charac
teristics of the White SulphurSprings, at War
tenton, Fauquier County, Virginia, by a Visiter,
with an engraving.
Also, Peter Parley’s Book of Poetry; and a
new edition of, How Shall I govern my School?
by E. C. Wines.
Just published, and for sale bv
jy 2 BELL & KNTW1SLE.
A HANDSOME LOT OF GROUND, on
Fairfax street, opposite the First Presby
terian Church, sixty-six feet seven inches
front, running back one hundred and twenty
three feet five inches, with a ten foot alley on
the North side. Persons wishing to purchase,
will please call on Josiah H. Davis, who is au
thorized to act for me. S. E. EDMONDS,
je 7—tf ,_Philadelphia.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
ST. CROIX and Porto Rico Sugar, in hhds.
and bbls : prime P. R , N. O. and Sugar
House Molasses; just received, single and
double loaf, and crushed Sugar, together with
a general assortment of Groceries, in store
and for sale wholesale or retail, at low prices,
by CRAVEN ASHFORD,
jy 3 Corner of Kingand Washington strts.
T ALEXANDRIA MUSEUM. ~
Open every day, Sunday** g cepteri.
, DISEASES OF THE LUNGS!
Decidedly the most popular medicine eve*
known in America.
Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam
IS the most valuable remedy now in use for
coughs, colds, asthma or phthisic, consumj
tion, wlioopingcough, and pulmonary aifeetiom
ofeverykind. Its sale is steadily increasing
and tl e proprietors are constantly receivin
the most favorable accounts of its effects.
The following new certificates are offered it
AN INTERESTING CASE.
Extract ofa letter from Mr. C. S.Clay, Kings
ton, Ulster county, N. Y, to the proprietors:
Yours of the 9th instant was duly received
A remarkable cure was effected by the Vegc
table Pulmonary Balsam in 1 he winter am
spring of 1835. The person, Mr. Moody, fa*
been sick a long time with the consumption
His physician had gi>'ip him up. He wa s n
duced so low as to be unable to help himse!
and was raising a large quantity of blood whe:
he commenced using the Balsam, wmcli effect
ed a complete cure, and he is now as hole ant
hearty as ever he was. Mr. Moody lias re
moved from this town, but he has promised
me a more detailed account of Ids case, whici
1 will forward you. C. .'s. Clay.
Kingston, N/V. June 25, 1838.
The vegetable Pulmonary Balsam has been
sold in this county for two years, and tin
medicine h *s gained an uncommon celebrity
for it Parcel/ in o\w instance failed of ha vim
the desired effect. 1 am by no means in fa
vor of the nr ay ^osti urns, >nost of which an
impositions, upon a credulous public, but ihat
which I know by experience to be effectual
1 cannot help but give my approbation to.—
A counterfeit preparation has been offered
by a travelling agent of Comstock. N. Y; and
there is also anotlxer article vended here thai
is strongly suspected to be spurious.
JACOB MYERS, M. D.
Mifflinton, Juniata co. Pa May 3, 1-37.
It k now more than six years since I wav
brought very low by an affection of*the lungs,
and my complaint was declared to be incura
ble by a council of three physicians. I v/a>
then restored to as good health as 1 l ad en
joyed for many years by using the Vegetable
Pulmonary Balsam. Since my recovery 1
have recommended the balsam in a great
many lung complaints, and so far as ! can
learn its use has invariably been followed by
much benefit, and in many instances it has
effected cures which were whoilvunexpected.
Boston, March 2, 1837.
Counterfeits! Beware of Imposition!!
Each genuine bottle is enclosed in a blue
wrapper, on which is a label signed Sampson
NONE OTHER CAN BE GENUINE.
DC/"The great celebrity of tnc Vegetable
Pulmonary Balsam has been the came of at
i tempts to introduce spurious articles, which by
! partially assuming the name of the genuine,
are calculated to mislead and deceive the pub
lic. Among these mixtures are the ‘Ameri
can Pulmonary Balsam,’‘Vegetable Pulmona
ry Balsam,’ and others. Purchasers should
| inquire ibr the true arii :ie by its whole name—
The Vegetable Pulmonary Balsam, and see
that it has the marks and signatures of the
Each bottle and seal is stamped ‘Vegitable
! Pulmonary Balsam.’ Sold by Druggists gen
erally—price 50 cents.
REED WING & CUTLER.
Late Lowe and Reed, Boston.
For sale by WILLIAM STABLER.
5mo 7—ly Agent Ibr Alexandria.
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!• . * * -*
f HE subscriber lias received and is now of
feringa large supply of the above articles,
which were carefully selected by himself—a
mong the goods are the following—viz:
Potash, for making soap; Sa! iEratus, Alco
hol, Super Carbonate of Soda, best English
Mustard, a very superior article; English Cal
omel, do best American, Valerian Root, Pa
tent Barley and Groats, Pearl Bariev, a supply
of Apothecaries Glass Ware, Swann's Pana
cea, Refined Borax, Jamaica Ginger, in root;
do ground, best Russian Isinglass, Cooper's
American do, for making Blank Manga, table
Jellies, See.; Oatmeal, Sugar of Lend, Jujube
Paste, Liquorice Paste in sheets, Pummicc
Stone, a large supply; Artists Colours, Con
gress Water, White Wax, Jackson's Cough
Lozenges, Castor Oil by the barrel and dozen,
Castile Soap, Oil of Lemon, On of Bergamot,
Oil of Pepermint, Blue Pill Mass, manufactur
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 Calisava
Bark, Whitehead’s Essence of Mustard, Ma
chine-spread Strengthening Plasters, Turkey
Rhubarb, Quicksilver, Dye Sturts. AllepjM
Scammony, Vera trine, variegated and white
scented Soap, in cakes and bv the box; African
Pepper, ground; and Bay berry Bark, ground,
a large supply of each; Whiting by the barrel,
English Epsom Salts, Salad Oil in flasks, best
Liquorice, Poland Starch, Chloride of soda
Clorate of Potash, Strychnine, K reosote, Pari*
White, Glue, Evans’s best Lancets, Thermo
ters, a variety; Glissoirs Syringe, Syringes ot
common and approved torn), Crinals, Bed
Paus, a Stomach Pump, Trusses, Nipple shields
of Gum Elastic, Teats and Shields, German
Spring Lancets, Midwifery Instruments, Nur
sing Tubes and Bottles, Metallic Nursing hot
i ties, a new article; Elastic Syringes, Glass
Pessaries, a fine assortment of Razors, Pen
knives and Pocket Knives.
English Windsor Soap. Ede's odoriferous
Compound, Ede’s Indelible Ink, Kidder’s do,
be ;t, with and without mordant; beautiful EnJ
ghsh Flesh Brushes, Hair Brushes of ne w pat
tr rns and sui>erior quality, do of inferior quali
ty; Cloth Brushes, a variety of Shaving Brush
es, Paint Brushes of various sizes, from the
largest to the smallest; Brick lining brushes,
Varnish Crushes, oval and flat; Comb Brushes,
Shoe Brushes, with a supply of superior Black
ing; Tooth Brushes, of English and French
manufacture, large and small of the latest pat
terns; English Smelling Bottles, very neat:
English Toilet Bottles-very beautiful, Brook
! man and Langdon's Pencils for Artists, Sealing
Wax, Wafers, brow n Windsor Soap, Patey’f
; Cocoa-nut-oil Soap: Bear’s Oil, Bay Rum. Gun
Elastic in Squares; pocket, dressing, fine-tootl
and side Combs, a variety; Cream of Almonds
a delightful article for Shaving, with a varietj
ot French Perfumery. Erasive Balls, Shavinj
Cases, Dressing Cases, Pocket Books, Germar
Tapers, German Cologne, Japanned Tins for
Signs; and on hand a large assortment of other
articles in his lint.
5th mo 7th • WILLIAM STABLER.
: NEW GOODS. ,
TT.TM. N. &i E. BERKLEY have just open
! VV - ed an additional supply--ttfdesii abb
I Goods, consisting in part of—
j Rich painted Lawns,. Muslins, and Cam
brics; a largo assortment of Calicoes, a goo<
article, low price; French Chintzes; seconc
mourning-Calicoes, (a very prettv article.)
ParvRiloo'n stud* of all kinds; Vestings, Irisl
Linens, brown Hollands, Nankeens, Burlaps
Ticklenburgs, &c. Stc.
Together with a large assortment of Kane;
Goods, which they will sell on the verv he*
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