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   Washington National Intelligencer (Newspaper) - October 20, 1827, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 r.r^ct,  Vo,. XV  VÜBUSnEO BY  gales ef SEATON.  A TT^ WOLtlBS ; FOR SI* MONTHS SIX  ■jOtlABS-rAYABtB IS ADVijrCE.  ^nbinff wi- 3 vcar, who do not, «K'her at the ^"i^enn:; the paper, or subsi-q'iently, pive no-Jtbor » isli >0 have the Oiiper discontinue.! at the ^Son of tlieir vear, will be presumed as destn.i« Pl^niwnce until count«-imanded, and it will be r . »aediiccorrfinçlv, at the «lítion of the editors.  Mayok's Okiick, llashington, October 4. 18iir.  ItoTICE isiierebv fi-iren. tiiat, o.i the Isi M iiiday in Ii I.wmber st 9 o'clock in the morniiip:, the fETmF. STAXUS IN THE WESTERN MAK-P 31 offer-d for rent, each tu th« hiebest biddtr, ash fhrcnf ycsr from the said 1st Monday in No-rB«t Bvttiiüiorily of the M^yor, , . ■ P. MAURO, Auci'r. iQCto—J _I_  MAYon'ä Office, TFuf'hinsrton, Oct aber 4, IB27.  first Wrdnt s ock ill the morn-Itii'vWiKrABl.F. STANDS m tae EASTERN  'OWE lu-rcUv  i ,l.v ÍT Novtinuer .u xt, at 9 o'ciock  K'vKCH MAKl^E r wi I be ofFere*i for Kent, each to • tieksi i>idder, for casli, for oive year from the said  (Vislnescay m Koviimber n-'xt.  Bv »utt»orily ot ihe Mayor, Kti-SuC'td_  TrOPOSALS for W KlSlvEY. &c.  Hropoiats will be received until 21st )0c»!>«'. t" s.ich quantities of the foUowinp  be requii-^d tor t!>e u»e of the Navj- dur-jjjgy^r 1828, by ihe Comn-andant of the Navy Yard, Eihioet«!», vii:—Wiuskey, Floui-, Ricc, Butter, Peas & Bt«BN Spermaceti and Tallow Candle«, Sperm. Oil, rmter S'amed) V^v,\s and Oil, Slops, and Curled hair  AU of these »rüdes to be of the very best quality,- and ticfced«usual in good boxes, bwrels or other suitable bKkigKi »nd delivered at the Kavy Yard, WasbinRton. Iiuhipping order, free of any exipense to the Govern-.»nt,»ad subjeci to '.he usual inspection of the Yard. Tae Slops to he ii:i!y equal to the saonplesof the pre-leot year, wtiich a,-ay be srcn at the Navy Yar.-i, W;>sh. rtoa. The Hair MaUrtsses to be of good Curleii Hair, feet in iei.iiih, twenty-eight inches wide, and to 1 not less than nine paunds. ^«b ths offrrs for contmcu. the names of the respcc l-re securiiie« must be slated.  TH HOLDUP STEVEiiS. Sivy Yard, Washington, 25tli sept. Hpt 26-<Itd____  J.¥rs. J^l »V. Cruikshank and J^hss M. Grant,  RESPECTFCLLV give noticcv that tht:y will, in a few daji, open a School for Young Ladies, in the Irooroi Utcli' occupied by Mr. instructing them  lin iJi tiiusefol, ornamental, aad sciciitific br;incUes of lUtaaiwo.  Tb« Scliool will be placed under the supervision of Lrisitic^ Committee, consisting uf five litisrary g^entie-Jaenrf(beCity, in every respect this rnstitution will |ii€«ducted on tbe same y^lan as the eiceHeflt school ¡oft^^eMir. Uugar. As tlie number of pupils will • parents roay be assured that the most unre-Iflity uieatian will be paid to their advancement in in^rats. and nanners. The fitOavins- branches tirtil be tau^fii -Oitepaphy, Reading, Writing, Anthawtic, the brancbcB of, Mathetnatics, English (iraminar, Gaogtaphy, Astronomy, with the use of ttie , Katttfal PbilwBophy, History, Drawing, Paint-  The mott approved Teacher in the French language tillbt emploved. Termt—&i2 50 per qoarter.___oct dtf  COPPER.  , AVALON COMPANY have on hand, and in-teod ooi«tant'iy to keep, at tbetr Warehouse, cor-|!ier of Pratt and Light streets, Baltimore,  A complete and general assortment of BRAZIEIW. IliOLT and SUKATUING COPPER, and COPPER SAILS, manafaoturcd at their works, upon Patapsco, rthis City.  The extent and power of their works are such, that Ithe nuMt extensive orders C4n be promptly supplied. I Apply to EVAN T. ELLICOTT, Agent, oct 4—d2in ^ (ToHrnal.)_____  llAfTLE. ^ I ITthe Auction Store, corner of Seventh Street and 1*1. Penniylranie, Avenue, will be Raffled for, as soon iTtirty two Chalices are taken, it Five dollars each, I payable at or before the Ruffle Ukrs place.  One larpe MUSICAL CLOCK, playing Fourteen dif-jferent Tunea. Four plain German CLOCKS, good limo Ikeepers. Aod one double caied SILVER WATCH, I "kJued at one hundred and sixty dollarj JPetwns wishing to subscribe, arc requested to exa-|ffliae the articles. Oct 16-3teo  TUE  STEAMBOAT POTOMAC, Cnpt. Uriah Jenkins,  Being now inver}- complete order, with anew cop per bwler oa the most approved plan, will com-rnoninp between the City of Washington, Alex-I ^^ ^'orfoik. City Point, and Richmond, on Wed-tlw 19ih mstaijt. Leaving Washington at 3 and lAiexindria at 4 o'cluck on every Wednesday afternoon. ISiü Cowfort and Norfolk the following  imerooon. Leave Norfolk vhe next morning at six h'flSock, and arrive at City Point und Uichmond on the leremngofUbe same uay. Hemming, v ilMcive Rich-JioiidatsiK o'clock on Sunday nior.img, toucliing at Qty Point, and arrive at Norfolk the same eveniiig. Uwe Norfolk at 9 o'clock on Monday morning, touch-«jf at Old Point Comfort, and arrive'at Alexandria an'i ' vebington the next morning in time for ijaisengers u* Ptocced on to Baltimore.  FARE:  ti Of Alexandria, to all places on the  River, where pagsengpers can be landed wUti waveoience, . . - . g6 00 itWB Wiiiington or. Alexandria to Old Point or Nor-  n™^' ,.....8 00  do. do. to James Town 9 00  do. do. to City Point 9 50  "o- do. do. to Uichmond lO 06  '■TOONorfolk to .Tame« Tewn, 2 00  Ö9. do. lo City Point, - 3 Ö0  do. to Richmond, 4 00  STr, Meals included in all case». »pniiS-tf N. WATTLES, Agent.  W NOTICE.  ILL be Sold at the prison of Washingfton C<^unty, m the District of Columbia, on Saturday, the 3il ^ofNovember next, for his prison fees and other ex P^ies, a negro Man by the name ai Lentis Davis, com »ttted as a nniaway ; he is five feet six inches high; «oout24 years of age ; has a small wart above the right ww«caronhi8leftja«r, and a scar on hi« left wrist.  rommitted, an old fur hat, domestic cotton ^•^lined with coarse linen, coarse cottpo shirt, blue ^a trowsers and white drilling trowsers much worn, ^»y» he was bom free in the city of New York.  Sale to commence at 11 o'clock A. M. Terms of sale ' BiCHAUD R. BURR,  Keeper of the prison of Washington Cqjjnty, for CC. TENCH RtNGGOI.D. Marshal.  Genesee Indian Reservation ÍMnd»,  ON the l.Sth day of November, at 10 o'clock, A. M. will be sold by public auction, at Uathbuo's Hatcl, III the \'illsge of Uoffalo, 33,690 acres of Land, »Kuate in ihr couuty of Ene, near the aaid vilUgc, bc.ng pa.-t v't the tract known as the BuHalo CTck HeservatK-n. •Mjo, a tract of l^nd lying along the -»horr cf Lake Erie, between the said Lak:' and Rojiervalion, contain. ÍBg 2.3Mi acres of Ijind. Also, 5.1'20 acres of Lat:d, situate near Lake Eric, in tti^ countj^ uf Cattaraugus, beii.g püri of the tract known as the Cnttaraugu* Re-scrv.aion.  A;.ó un the Moiid-iy following, being the 19th of No-vcii.bfr, at 1«) o'cK.ck A. M. at Humphrey's llo'el. in the Tii'age uf IJatdv.a, will be sold, 33,409 acre» of Land siiuitcin the county .>f Ge. esr-?. near the said village 4if Batavia, being part ot the .ract known as the Ton-uevHHla Ucsfi-viiiiou. Also. 8,SOU acre» of Lard, situ-Sled on dir Genesft river, in tue cjuiily of A'.legh.inj, beii'g pan <,f th«« truct known as the Caneadca Reserva-tion.  'Fb^-se tracts of Land, originally selected by the In-dihn occupatMs, out uf the Hollaiíd Purcluisc, »nd reserved fui their own u.e, have recently b^eu tel-.-ascd by thí-o» ui Uie »if the pre enntive titlP'. Ttcv  lire! laid out. and will be so!d in lut. of about 100 acrv » each. Copies of ih.- Surveyor's maps «11. on and tt ttrthe. 20'h <.f Qclobtr nest, lie deposited for inspection, B..d may be s«cn »t tiic Puiteney Laud Oftice in Gei.ovii; ai th ' offices uf .Tames WaJsworth, Esq. »t Gen, see, and of H. B. Potter, Esq. »t B.ilVilo; at Uatrbd i's Hotel in ButValo, and .M Hua^plir^y's Hole 1 in lUtavia j and also at fie oflices of each of the under-bigmd i rusteea, in the City of Ncu- York.  1 welvc and a half per cent of the purciiase money will be r«qpircd at »l.e concla.sion of each salr, and uvelve and a half per cent, at the end ofs.xty diy s. to be sr-cured by notes ; on which payments, deeds will be (fiven, and bonds and mortgages taken to secure the balance L.''the purchase ino.iey, payable in tlncc annual inMklcjiei.ts. wiih annual interés'..  "Íí-The title to these- lands is indisputable -, und they will be conveyed free of all incumbrani-es.  By the terms of the co.ivention between the States of .Vtisbicliusclts iind Nt w York, they wiJl be exempt ffoni S'ate taxts for 1.5 > ears after tne contirmatioii of the iaie Indian itrlcase by the former S'ate.  Dated at Naw York, tiie first dav ol October, 1327.  HOiiERT TUOUP, T. L. OGI)K\-, Ü. W. RODGERS,  oct 9—dlwoolON Trustees.  The Dwellinii llouieoo* occupied by N.  ' k .it, Frye, Esq. is Iwr rent. It is in excerrnt repair, and li.ia .^lar^ ir^ien attucbed, i:. fine t'rder.  ' ' FK.A. DDOtiE.  Georgetown, oci 8—l-'"  WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, (827. COLLECTOR'S SALE OF CITY LOTS, FOR TAXES.  COLLECTOR'S OFFICE OF THE THIRD .\ND FOURTH WARDS.  M il'ii'Vn ®ifNoveiiS'/'Sifirat 10 o'clock, ; . \ J »aiUh« follow,DR tlesci.bed proi.erty.or such part thereof,uot less than a lot,  r r r-? assessed, tbeQ stich part.) as will be u.cewary to satisfy the  pl.;^^ 1 u i®» ^ ^."f ^«e thereon, up to the year 1836. iDclusi^e : to  other v>'th all cdsts and legtil charges, unless the taxes are preTiousty paid to the sutxs.riber, with such expenses and fees aa may have accrued at the time of such pnyment.  PERSONS' NAMES AT PRESENT" ASSESSED.  Adgate, D. St S. Grantt,a8si^nees of John Bartlett 3500 square feet  Araott. John's heirs  Uijnson, John  S)juai !. L-'jt.  VIAHS FOR WHICH TAXES ARE DUE.  18Í6,  1885.  1854.Í 1823.  691 pt12  30« 476 464  all all  all  I  1 55 , 1 'J6  Beckley, John's heirs2 10  Bedford, John.  12 cents in 1817  321  16 •27 54  66 84 7Ò  70  16  ■27 ¿4  »4  r¿  -0  1 75 , 2 C4  1822:1321.  64  88  1820.  1819.  1818.  mi  -o g <5 ^ - - €  ^ Ï It 3  5 a-3  PERSCfiS* NAMES AT PRE. SENT ASSBSSEt).  •S^uom Gllltee, Groeoeretdt ÍC others—canrtB'd Î15  341  680  83  .59 75 67  63  85 l'i  OC  94  Boardman, Daniel «10  11 12  Office of lite Cotntniasiotffs fur the aUjustrneiU of Claims amltr tht Jtrst arlicit of the Treaty of Ghent, ^-c. I l'a» hing ton, Oct. ITth. 1827. '^"MIE Board \v.!I meet' on the first Monday in Novem JL be." next, and proceed to the execution of the business of the Comirissioii.  oct 17—»-otd (.Tour k Tri )  FRUIT AND ORAJSMENTAL TREES, &c.  Y\nLi JAM PRINCE, proprietor of the Linnzan Bo f T tanic Garden ai>d Nurserici, at Flushing, near New York, offers to turnish the public with such selection of Trees -and plants as thty may desire. The collection of Fruit I'rees of ail the various kinds ; and also of Orna-meutal Trees. Sliruba, and PiaoUi, is by far the roost eslettsive and valuable in Amcrica, and in addition to hLs former collection, he is now cnahlec lo offer to the public, above five itundred new varieties of the most choice froits,which arc rot in the ponarssiun of any other establishment in this country. The assortment of Oapes of the finest kinds for wine and the table, is very extensive ; and of Rcses, has above five hundred select varieties; and above t«o thc-usard specie» of Green, house Plants. Catalogues may be obtained gratis of the different agents 'hn'ughout the Union, and orders forwarded tiir.tugh thero, or direct by mail, Cpost paid) wll meet proicpt aiiention.  Orders received by F. LOWNDES,  Oci. 10—t o4>» &,w6w. Georgetown, D. ('..  Bettertnn, Gardner 573 ¿2 Paving tax on ditto, on interest of 10 per cent, from Ist Jan. 1825  Bssset, John Water tax on ditto  2  874  Butler. Silas  Campbell, William's heirs  799 963  99  101  172 875  8 11  5  6 9  13  3 7:J     14 :    14    12 ,    12      05    C5    05    20      07    07    06    23      73    3 73    3 .35    -      -        1    30 40      94    94 '    84 Î    1 1      28    1    ! - !    i -      03    ¡ 1 OJ    92    i      67    ' 67    60    _      49    : 49    43    ■      56    1 56    50    1      56    1 56    50    1 !      75    1  1 75    67    1  i .      04    1 04    08    1 1     12  94  12  54 15 08  15 94  2 79 G 55  3 17  631  1 69  2 29 1 5Ü  87 1 0Ü 1 00  9 51 3 91  1 04  35 43  In ISir 32 CÍ9. In 1817 39 CO. Water lax on ditto Water Ux on ditlo Water tax oa ditto  632  LcL  10 11 2  0  4  5 C 7  5  6  7  8 9  1  8 9  10 11 16 1  I 69  29 50 87 00  00  78  44 Ù2  15 38 7 56 4 94  3 15 3 02 3 62  38 27  2 17 16  953  MARSHAL'S SALE.  By virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued Irom the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of this District, for the county of Washington, to me directed, 1 shall expose to public sale, for canh, on Saturday, the 17th d!.y of November next ensuing, the following described real estate, lying within the limits of the City of Washington, \i/ : Lots No. 1, 11. and 13, in «quare No. 1C4, seized and taken in execution, as the estate and property <if Joseph Forrest, and wdl he sold to sa'isfv a debt due by him as special V-.ailof John H. Piatt to William Taylor, Jucior, use of the Strfte Bank of Campden-, and iQwnediately after the said aile, 1 shali prcceed to sell, by virtue of the said writ of fieri fsciaa, the fjlowing described real estate, also lying within the limit» of the City of Washington, viz : Lot No. 11, in square 290, seized and taken in execution, as the estate and property of John Davidson, and will be sold to satisfy the dibt above recited, due by him as special bail of Jolin H. Piatt, to William 1 ayior, junior, use of thf State Bank of Campden. Salt- t o be in front of the Marshal's office and to co.mnience at 11 o'clocb, A. M.  TENCH UINGGOLT). Oct. 19—dts _ Marshal D. C.  ìndIAN^CEEN HOrEL,  SITUATEO on the North side of the Pennsylvania Avenue, East of the Centre Market, and about mid. way between the Capitol and the Preiidenl's House, Washiboto.v CiTr. It is a large and spacious building, fronting one hundred and twenty odd fc et on said avenue, with large back buildings attached. The front is an imitation of freestone.  The proprietor having recently purchased this extensive establishment, and-fitted it up at great expense, having made many changes for the better, with larpe additions, addi.ig many fine rooms thereto, renders ii much more comfortable tb-an it formerly 'vas, and not surpassed by sny Hotel in lhe_Disiiicl, Every atten-tion w.-^n be paid lo the comfort of tliose who may please to give a call. Gentleracn travelling wi.h their families will at all times be acccromodat<-d with private paHors, and chaiTibers attached thereto. A private entrance, distinct from the public one, has recently been made, which renders it much uiore pleasing. The General Stage and Steamboat Office is immed-ately East of the principal enL-ance. JESSE BROWN.  N. B. Excellent Stabling is attached to the establishment. ___  FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.  CJ CM E infamous or evil disposed person or persons, O having, on or about the night of Monday, the 15»h instant, caused to be placed in the front area of a dwelling house on Greenlear« Point, the carcase of a very Urge dog. or other animal, in a state of the oiost loath-s-ame putrefaction, thereby endangering t|)e health, and but too probably, the lives of a whole family, by a member of which itVas accidentally discovered this morn ing—the above reward of five dollars is offered and will be paid by the subscriber for any information that may lead to the detection of the perpetrator of so groes an outrage upon common decency and humanity, i«i order that proper measures may be adopted to bring them to punishment. EDWARD S. LEWIS.  Greenleaf'e Point, Oct. 16—17-ee3t_  FOR RENT,  I^HE Store Room and Celto on Pennsylvania Avenue, adjoining Mr. Dix. Tailor, opposite Brown's Hotel. Inquire al this oSrce.  ■ oct 17—Sti-f  Water tax on ditto  Water tax on ditto Water Ux on ditto Water tax on ditto Water tax on ditto Water tax on di\lo  954  0  4  5  IS  9  1  0  r.  4  5  6  1 8 9  iO U 12 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8 9  24  25  27  8 9 10 U 12  13  14 }5 16 17  St impr & inipr  29 52 42 2 83 42 90 60 87 97 ir 39 hS 76 94 1 14 78 69 61 47  56 59  56  57 51 CS 68 6.'? 96  ir  1  1  " i  29  55 42  3 SS 4¿ 90 66 87 97 39 68 76 94 14 78 69 61 47  56 59  56  57 51 68 68 68 96  I  15  -i i 48 38 54 37 80 64  4 í  S7 53 60 68 ; 84 ^ 02 70 ! 62 ' 44 I 41 I  70 39 14  96 74  ?9  01 25 J8 86  .■ÍO 96  1  1 09 j 1 09 1 09 ' 1 09  1 09 I l 09  83  Covachichi. Joseph 4£5 6 Cooper, John 428 10  Carere, John 729 22  Clancey Jehn's heirs 457 pt 15 Carroll, Sarah 686 pt 6  Cru ksbank's heirs 461 pt 5 Danfield, George W.575 pt 1 Paring tax. on interest of 10  per cent from Ist Jan. 1<425 Water tax  Edwards, Horace H.  484 1  & impr Scimpr &impr & impr  65 I 65 51 ; 47 , 56 ! 59 I 56 I 47 I 51 i 71 1  45  1 91  2 75  3 47 18 23 29 69  1 89  83  65 65 51 47 56 59 56 47 51 71  (W.of Fletcher, William  580 734  Feltwcll, William 568  iU  i3  10 11  Furlong, Valentine  D. 405 il3  Water UX on ditto  Gaunon, James  126 378  Water tax Water lax  28  20 21  pt 22  Gillies, Groen«veIdt, and others 315  & imp b imp.  imp.  97  44  45  26 29  84  41  12 58  13 28  4 2Ô  45  1 91  2 75  3 47 18 23 29 69  1 89  97  44 48  50 5J 50 41 46 61 60 61 85  97  97  97  5< 58  45 42 50 53 50 41  46 63  40 71  07 24  6 5 11 99 86 50  59 64 59 50 55 73  72 7."* 64  73  5j  68 6'J 55 50 59 64 39 50 55 75  7^ 39 14 93 74 29 01 25 38 86  96 30 97 •7  24  63 Ii 98 87 5) 79 59 61 59 50 55  72  73  1  1  2  1  79 39  u !  95 1  74 I  28 !  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