Robert Porter «
Respectfully informs the Public, that he lus iuc
from LEE'S PA TENT MEDICINE STORE 4
Lane, New York,
Jl FRESH SUP FEE
Of the following genuine Medicines :
Hamilton's Worm Destroying Lostn
Which have cured an immense number of persons of both
sexes, of every ape, and in every situation, of various dan
ms complaints arising from Worms, and fioin obstrue -
9 or fun In us in the stomach and bowels.
This medicine bears
alogy wlutcvcr to others of
similar titles so commonly complained of, as operating with
the contrary, a particular excellence of this
remedy is its being suited to every ag - and constitution. It lie
contains nothing hut what it perfectly innocent, and Is so
uprration that it caunot injure the most delicate
pregnant lady, or the tcmlcrcst Infant of a week old,
should no worms exist in the body ; hut will, without pains
or yiping,cleanse the stomach and bowels, of whatever i
foiil or offensive, and thereby prevent the production ol
worms, and many fatal diwordeers. The ozenges are party
cnburly eflicncious in carrying off all gross humoisand ernp
tlons, feverish and bilious complaints, and arc the safest and
mildest purgative that
DESCRIPTION OF WORMS,
./Lui the symptoms by which they are
Worms which infest the human body, are chiefly of four
»es, or large round worm; the Ascarides,
* ; the Cucurbitnia, or short, flat, white
ipe worm, sr called from
kinds,viz.... 1 hc'i'
n ™> > SK !
Jmost dithcult to
. .. .. .. „„ „ui^'for
Among the symptoms; attending worms are.. .disagrceahle :
breath, especially m the morning j bad j
W* ». itthing in the nose, and about the seat ^onvilsioiM, b
epucptic hts, and sometimes privation of spe ch i
and grinding of the teeth.in sleep j Irregular appetite,
somcti mes loathing food, and sometimes voracious; purg- „
mg, with slimy amt icctnl stools ; vomiting; large and >
hard belly : pains and sickness at the stomach ; pains inthe ; q
ictimes pale and unhealthy countenance, vnd sometimes
the face bloated ami Hushed. *
Persons afflicted with any of the above symptoms.sliould
have immediate recourse to Hamilton's Worm Destroying
Lozenge«., which have been constaulv attended with success
hi all complaint.--.similar those above described.
A dose of tins medicine given occasionally during the
warm season, will effectually prevent " the vomiting
purging of children...a dreadful disorder, which annually
destroy s thousands of the infant part of our citizens, 'it i r . ;
likewise the mildest and most certain temedv known, and
has restored to health and strength a great number when in
an advanced stage of this fatal complaint. Particular and
plain instructions are given for every pari
treatment in such cases.
Children generally take this medicine
having a pleasing appearance, and an agrcc&h
Halm's AuU-liiiious Dill..
and lastly, the Tætfl
its resemblance to tape. Tiff?
is full of joints. Ills
oi the necessary
The operation of these pills is perfectly mild, so
ied bv person» in every situation, and of every age.
They arc excellently adapted to carry off all (superfluous
bile, amt prevent its morbid secretions ; to ristore and a
mend the appetite; to produce a. free respiration, and there*
by prevent folds, which are often of fatal consequences.
A d ose never fails to remove a cold, if taken on its first ap
pearance. They are celebrated lor removing habitual
tivciu si, sickness at the stomach, and severe head ache,
and ought to :,c taker, by all persons on a change of climate.
They have been fourni remarkably efficacious in prevent
in','. and t nring disorders attendant on long voyages, and
should be procured and carefully presen cd for
Hamilton's Essence & Extract of
: b) every
A safe and effectual remedy for rheumatisms, gout, paVy>
sprain* ami bruises, white swellings, old strains, and relaxa
and weakness of die neck, pains of the side,
swelled faces, fro/.eu limbs, and every similar
hilblains, or chopped hands, and
té of getting wet or damp in the feet.
T ne et mu ne Persian Got inn.
. So celebrated among the fashionable throughout Europe.
it .mim aluahlciosmeiic, perfectly innocent and safe, free
id repellent mineral*, (the basis of other lo
tions) and of unparalleled effreaty in removing blemish es of
the face .md+kui, freckles, pimples,inflammatory redness,
fiter.i, ringworms, sunburns, prickley'lie.tr« etc.
* Lotion operates mildly, without impeding the
ruto* I insensible pefrpiration, whioli is essential to health,
effects aie speedy and permanent, rendering the skin
ely sole and smooth, and improving tli» complexion.
Mt^iuralict Powder for the Teeth
and V jms.
This excellent preparation comforts and strengthens ri e
gums, preserves the enamel from decay, and cleanses and
w liiten the teeth, by absorbing ail the acrimonious slime and
foulness, which, suffered to accumulate, never fails to in
jure and finally min them.
Hamilton's Grand Restorative,
drcinc for tire
of the various complaints
Speedy *elivi and p
ic .. uinu from dissipated plea
use of »
n, or any othe
the unskilful or
mu. ury, the dise:
of Uie, had lying» i
» of colds, obstinate coughs,asthmas,
sumption-, and a certain remedy for
JCelehrated for the '
and... 7Teaching co;
1 wuooping cough
Hahn's Genuine Eye Water.
the eyes v
•medy for all dl
the effect of natural vfc.iknc;
Tlie only remedy yet discovered which givc.'J immediate
and lasting relief in the most .s
11CU CUE ED.
Lw'V Ointment ï>r the ltch 9
Warranted an inf »Hit
tic used wi.ll V
ruining a parti* le < !
smart wlir.fi attends tfic application o
/*: •'> infothute *t lie & /'V*
d intermittent fevers.
c cf agues, rc
flu da's true a..
I guuuBt utnnun
V B. At the place of sale camp
,s performed f»y th
c above n edicims, r ht
Ifllitv of which, fully jus
lip had gratis,
THOMAS HANSON, cl the Borough of
s mi Merchi'.t, liar, this day exec iff cd
an as*, gnment to James Price & John Gordon,
in rust ter the benefit of all such of his
d ; ers in rill-state i f Delav are, who shall exe
and for ail other creditors who shall exe
cu'(* flic ;*oid release within forty days fiomthis
date, Record ug to the provisions thereof. Those
ciecl c--rs who wish to ava*l themselves of the
bt • fit ol the said assignin'nt arc requested to
call at the coummff house of John Gordon, and
sign flu; said release, &, exhil i- their claims. All
per ;. « i 1 « indebted to said Hanson are requested
to make immediate payment to the subscriber
Acting Assignee of Thomas Hanson.
July 7 — 16—5r
Ctue a release u the said Hans
A Tract of Land.
tlortti 1 .v»t
. Md. situate on me of
5 a half
u: hundred andsixt
It timbered, the
liuii ! red
vs ; one :
1 er arable. Then
for a Mill, Fat
oi whL .1
Je's it well worth the
voou or Ship ti
for the Haiti
the premises, a great numbci
o ■' comfortable
If it water con
bile oak tr
n and other ne»
rltli a spring of
flm property ud,
id also Mr. Siir.p'
• will be jrudtf easy," to wir :
hi required in hand, the rc
L with proper security*
, ki'.chen. Lai
is lu .fihv. W
*. 'he house
Sw .ucl Mafien, Esq. ;
d The p
, Innkeeper, late
Enquire of the sub
. fi I
Josiuli L. Foard,
Near Warwick, Cecil County, Md,
BAXh A.Yh POST BILLS,
Executed at this Office,
And for Sals at the Hook Stofe
Mrs. M. LOCKERMAN i
MARKET STREET, WILMINGTON,
Genuine Patent & Family
THE proprietor of Lee's original Family Medicines, res
pectfull) informs his friend and the public in general, that
lie continues carefully to prepare the above well established
Medicines at his Dispensary, No. 63, Hanover street, lial
thnorc, where they -re always to lie had wholesale and
Those who purchase to sell again will be treated on
at liberal terms.
Elegant Show Bills furnished gratis.
Lee's Antibilious Pills.
The operation of these highly esteemed PHlsis perfectly
did, and the experience of thousands has proved, they
y be used in every situation in life without the least in
They arc admirably adapted to carry off superfluous bile,
Worm Destroying Lozenges.
The proprietor has now the pleasure of statingth.it the
: following case came under his immediate observation:
! His little daughter, about 5 years old. appeared very visl
l0 j osC | lcr * n es p M no particular came could he given
„ui^'for her thus pining away, site was at length taken with
: fcvcrfl> whlc ,f other symptom* led him to believe she
j had worms ; lie gave her a dose of Lee's Lozenges, which
b rought away, incredible as it may appear,* worms, the
one fifteen and the other thirteen inches in length, each
three fourths of an inch round j he has given the Lozcn
„ es l0 another of hu children, which brought away a vast
> t hv of vervsmall worms,
; q T1 , c propïietîir is now in possession of the large «
<*» «"•* •
..... , . .
A sovereign remedy for colds, obstinate coughs, catarhs,
asthmas, sore throats, and aporuaJui^ consumptions,
A single trial will prove that it restores the determination
of the fluids to the surface, of the body, and brines on the
and!common, healthful perspiration ; that it dislodges and
|evacuates the tough, viscid phleglun or mucus, strength
i r . ; ens the weakened vessels of the lungs. 'I hus striking at
the root of the disorder, the symptoms arc of course ef
in fer tually and permanently conquered,
Sovereign Ilch Ointment,
WARRANTED TO CUltF.
BY one application, free from Mercury or any permet .
ingredient. Tills vegetable remedy is vo mild, yet eifica
ciuus, that it may be used with the utmost safety, on the
most delicate pregnant lady, or on a child of a week old.
Genuine Persian Lotion.
The Persian Lotion operates mildly, rendering the skin
delicately soft and smooth ; impioving the complexion.
Restorative Tooth Powder.
This excellent preparation comforts and strengthens the
gums and preserves the enamel from decay.
Genuine Essence & Extract
OF MUSTARD .
safe and effectual remedy for Acute and Chronic Rhcu
' in, Gout, Rheumatic Gout, Palsy, Sprains, Bruises,
Pains in the Face, Neck, Ac.
i iie experience of many ages and the testimony of the
best médirai practitioners from an early period to tliepre
senttiuie agree in ascribing to Mustard very pow erful and
Lee's INDIAN VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, for the Vene
Grand Restorative & Nervons
V«*<» h I !nnr.j
V«*<» h I !nnr.j
Ole Me (nettle.
INFALLIBLE AGUE DROPS,
•*s LYE WATER
:'s I OOT IWK'HE DROPS.
:s ANODYNE ELIXIR, for the cure uf headaches.
■ CÜKNPL ASTER.
:c's LIP SALVE. „
lie piuprletor w ould be glad to insert the many Certlh
s aiid letters recommending the above truly valuable
Medicines ; hut this, in a newspaper, is impracticable—He
efore w itii eiicrea.«ed confident e respectfully proffers to
Uhcr.il and discerning public. They aie sold by
In; appointment, by
Mrs. Mary Lockerinan,
, V. i
I.ateMauncw R. Lockern
a fresh uppi
: each article h»* 0
Late Michael Lee is 1 Co.
Who has just receive
*** To detect couii!
the outside wrapper tl.
THE subscriber respectfully informs hu
friends and the public, that he has removed to
Brandywine, to the Ship Yard formerly occupi
.d by Alexander Draper, where lie intend*.
I arrying oil the Ship Carpenter's business, in
all its various branches , those who may please
to favor him with their custom, may rely on
having their work well executed, and on rea
July 9— 8t _
Copper and Copper Ware.
. SC F. HARLEY,
»Vo. 9», S. Fronl-slreel, Philadelphia.
ham], of their own manu
From 20 to 140 gallons, suitable for fruit dis
tillation ; Still of 100 to any'size upwards, fot
Grain, Hum and Turpentine distillation, with
copper and pewter worms ; Sugar and Brew
er's Boilers, Hatter's plank and coloring ket
tles, ash Kettles, Sauce Fans, Tea Kettles,
Copper and liras*". Preserving Kettles, Grocet
Pumps, Cranes and Measures, made in superior
All atticies repaired in the above line*
Old Copper, Brass, Pewter and Lead,
bought and taken in exchange.
Ail ord*ris thankfully received, and punctual
ly attended to.
Sheathing Copper, Nails, Bolts, Spikes, &c.
An assortment of BELLS, fitting for Churches,
Plantations, Factories, Ships, Steum-Boats, &c.
For sale, on reasonable terms.
WANTED—Three or four Apprentices to
the above business.
VN ilmington, Del.
Informs the public that lie has at his shop,
corner of Market and Third-Streets,
Suddles and Bridles
Of every description; Coach, Gig, Stage, Cart,
and Waggon Harness ;
Of all sieves and every quality—all of which he
vill sell low for CASH. Also,
Bridle-Bitts and Stirrups ,
I'latcd and common, lower than can be obtained
I CFOS' „
goto , I
State of Pennsylvania.
INTERNAL MA FIG A TION
S. ALLEN - , Manager.
First drawn No. ist day, 2 ,000
Do. do. 4th d«.
Do. do. 7lh do.
do. icth do. i,c*c
do. util do.
do. aoth do.
do. ijth do. i,coo
Do. do. 30th do
8 - 811000 f Do. do. 3s?h do.
I)o. do. 40th do. 1,000
Do. do. 4 stii do. 2 ,coo
Do. do. soth do. s.ooo
Do. do. ssth do.
Do. do. 60th do.
l 10000 - lOCOO
* 5000 -
t 1000 •
7C0 - 350 Ö» ! l5 °*
100 - lOOCd * Do.
jo • loeoo I Do.
3 J 0 C 0 TICKETS.
Not ?. blanks to a prize
ist drawn 4000 blanks
to be entitled to eight
The last drawn numhrson the uth, i«h, 13th, 14th,
16th, 17th, 18th, igth, */it,aad,z3d,24th,*oth, 17th,snth,
apt!', 31st, 3ad, 33 d, : <t-h, 36th, 37th. 38th, 30 th, 41st,
421t, 43d, 46th, 47th, 4yth, jist, sad, 53d, 54th,stith,
S/th, seth, j0th, 61st, «2d, 63d, 64th, Ojtli, cotli, 67th,
68tli, 09th and 70th day.- drrwing, will each be entitled to
ONE HUNDRED TPCKiTS in this Lottery ; commencing
with number 30001 and proceeding in regular succession
to number 35,000.
The above Scheme ol the Fourth Class ol the State Lot
tery, is respectfully offered to the public,
pression that it will notuily be acceptable, but attractive,
for almost everyday. U the whole lottery, yields a high
Prize, independent of Capital«, which
liable to he drawn on anv day of drawing.
The object of this Lottery is to aid in the improvement
of the internal Navigation of the State of the St;
Pennsylvania, and was mthorized by the Legislature
prcssly for that purpose. It is for the intercut of the
zer.s of the state generally» and more particularly those of
the City of Philadelphia, that it should surccod. it may
be hoped, therefore, that all who feel friendly to the Inflect
of this lottery, will buy. ticket in the same, and such as
should not be so fortune'e as to draw prizes, will at le_.
enjoy the satisfaction of having contributed t heir aid to
to - the advancement oi a
: floating, and
Aoic? Drawing !
.Mid be continued thme diys in each week, 500 numbers a
day, until completed. The Prizes will be uaid .-.ixty days
after the drawing is licked, subject to a deduction of is
per cent. ; to secure Mie piymcnt of which, a bond in the
e hundred ihovudü dollars is lodged with the
secretary of the Commoiwealth.
Commissioners *ppointed by the Gov
ernor to superintend the drawing .-—
George Latimer, Esq.
Isaac Worrell, Esq.
Thomas Leiper, Esq,
JoIid Connelly, Esq. and
FOR SALE AT
ALL JE W-&
Lucky Lottery Offices,
No. a, S.Third street. Philadelphia.
No. 158, Market men, Baltimore.
No. 1«, Broadway, New York.
No. 440, S. Market street, Albany.
(jf* Orders (post paid j to either of
,8. & M. ALLENS UJfices, will be
promptly attended to.
Lombardy Factory ,
"With 400 acres of Land
In Sussex County, state of Delaware,
situated within one mile of Milton, the
head of navigation* and six miles from
Georgetown. This beautiful situation,
is likewise healthy, and the farm as good
as any in this part of the country. About
one half is woodland and cedar swamp,
and 6000 peach and apple trees of the
best quality of grafted fruit, a great va
riety of pears, plumbs, cherrys, English
walnuts» See. and upwards of 1200 gal
lons of brandy has been made on this
farm in one s&son. The mansion house
is large and convenient, with cellars un
der it, with sc v eral other dwellings for
tenants, store houses, &c. a large still
house, a saw mill in good order, and in
a good stand lor timber, which might be
taken in great abundance/or goods. The
wool and cotton factory establishment is
not adequate for the demands of this
place—there not being any of the kind
within 50 miles. Great quantities of
country clot!' may be taken in at this
place to dress : likewise great quantities
of clean wo<»l will be furnished by the
country, to be dressed into cloth, on good
terms for the manufacturer. The wool
and cotton factory contains about 120
spindles each, with two carding engines
each, with roving and drawing heads, Sec.
one fulling stock, press, dye kettle, hand
amKpatten shears, &c.
The subscriber wishes to take in a
partner immediately, who understands
the wool and cotton business, and can
come well recommended, with
If the property is not sold at private
sale, before me 20th of September next,
it will be «fibred at public sale, on the
premises, on that day, with attention to
the partner, See. This olligible situation
is certainly worthy the attention of the
merchant and mechanic. It is presumed
a further description is unnecessary, as
the purchaser or partner will first view
the premises, before any engagement.
The terms will be made easy -, one fifth
of the money will be required down, and
the balance in four annual payments.
For further particulars, enquire of Tho
mas Beaver on the premises, or
celebrated for the cure of
which the human body is liable, prepared only by the sole
t w. BTorr ; m. n.
Grandson of the late celebrated Dr.
Ilnberh'on, of Edinburgh.
And for sale in Philadelphia, only, at the proprietor's
wholesale and retail drug and family medicine warehouse,
North east corner of Second and Race streets,
And by retail of hisJAgcnts throughout the U. Statcj.
CELEBRATED STOMACHIC ELIXIR
dollar and fifty cents.
Which has proved by thousands, who have experienced
it« beneficial effect«, tone the most valuable medicine
offered to the public, for the cure of coughs, colds, v „..
sumption, the hooping cough, asthma, pain the breast,
cramn, and wind in the stomach, headache, loss of appe
tite. indigestion, See.
Forthe dvsentery or lax, cholera morbm, severe grip
ing*, and other diseases of the bowels, and the Summer
Complaint in children, it has proved a certain remedy, and
restored to perfect health from the greatest debility.
Persons afflietcJ with Pulmonary Complaints, or disorder
of the breast and lungs, even In the must advanced state,
will find imrticdi.itc relief. Common Coughs and Colds,
which are in general occasioned hv obstructed perspiration,
will bt found to yield to it benign influence in a few
In Asthmatic or Consumptive complaints. Hoarseness,
Wheezings, Sh< rtness of breath, and the Hooping .Cough,
It will give immediate relief.
VEGETABLE NERVOUS CORDIAL ,
Or. Nature's Grand Restorative,
Price one dollar ami fifty cents.
Is confidently recommended as the most efficacious medi
cine for the speedy relief and cure of all nervous complaints,
attended with inward weakness, depression of the spirits,
head ache, tremor, faintness, hysteric lits, debility, semi
nal weakness, gleets, and various complaints resulting from
secret Impropriety oi youth and dissipated habits, resi
dence in warm climates, the immoderate use of tea, the
the unskilful or excessive use of mercury, fin often des
tructive of the human race, diseases peculiar to females
a certain period of life, Floor Albus, barrenness, &c.
Under the denomination of nervous disorders, an- inclu
ded several diseases of the most dangerous kind, and ..re so
various that a volume would hardly suffice to complete a
description of them. It pervades, with its baleful influence,
the w hole nervous system, writhing the heart with inex
pressible anguish, and exciting the most dreadful sugges
tions of horror and despair. To this demon have thou
sands fallen a sacrifice, in the direful transports oi its rage.
The most common symptom;, of it.-, commencement,
aknc.ss flatulence, palpitations, watchfulness, drowsiness
after eating, timidity, flashes of heat and cold, numhnt.v,,
amp, giddiness, pains in the head, back, and loins, hick
up, difficulty of respiration and deglutition, anxiety, dry
Vegetable Nervous Cordial is also a great Antiscor
butic Medicine, and is of infinite service for pitiifc ing the
blood, and curing those foul disorders of the skin which
commonly appear in the form of rairvy, surfeit, red blotch
et, carbuncle», ulcers, Arc. &e. A dose of Dr. Dyott's An
tibilious Bills, taken occasionally with thi-* medicine,
proves of additional service in the last men tinned cases.
CELEBRATED GOUT if RHEUMATIC
Trice iwo dollar*.
A safe and effectual cure for the goit
bago, stone and gravel, swelling and
sprains, bruises, and all kind:; ct green
pains in the head, face and body, stiffness
chilblains, frozen limbs, &c.
, rheumathm, lum
.veaknefis of joints
wound*, the cramp
in the neck
PATENT STOMACHIC BITTERS,
Which arc celebrated fur strengthening weak stomachs
increasing the appetite, and a certain preventative and cure
for the fever and ague, Xrc.
I or the fever and ague, a malady so prevalent through
out the southern states, and afflicting to families residing
in all low countries, redundant with marshes, lakes, stag
nated pools, rivers. &c, these celebrated and universally
esteemed Bitters, have surpassed every remedy ever ad
ministered, for the relief and uure of that most obstinate
oppressor at the human frame j numerous instances of
their efficacy have been testified, aber the barks and vari
ous other extolled prescriptions failed, they proved
ful to ths admiration of those who experienced 1 ''c lumpy
'"''Äf 9 ™'"
A medicine universally esteemed for destroying every
»pedes of worms. Price fifty cents.
Symptoms. The common symptoms of the worms arc
paleness of the countenance, at other times flushing of the
face, itching of the nose and about the seat, starting and
grinding ofThe teeth in sleep, swelling ol the upper lip', the
appetite sometimes had. at other times voracious ; lovsc
ness, disagreeable breath, a hard swelled bcl!y,cre*t thirst,
JMD 4 i.j.,
appetite sometimes had. at other times voracious ; lovsc
ness, disagreeable breath, a hard swelled bcl!y,cre*t thirst,
the urine frothy and sometimes of a whitir.Ii color, griping
or cholic pains, an involuntary discharge ol saliva, especial
ly when asleep ; frequent pains in the ride with a drv
cough and unequal pulse; palpitation* of the hunt,
sw-oonings, cold sw eats, epileptic fits, &c. Arc.
Though numberless mcdlcliu» arc extolled for expelling
: arc equal in efficacy 10 Dr. tioben
iges ; they are mild in the
to the youngest infant with
killing worms, nom
s Worm Destroying 1 .
ion and may be giv
ANTI lill.IOV ; HILLS.
For the prev
01 i Hi
rs and Malign
Price a» cents ; lafgc boxes jo cents.
Those Fills, if timely administered, will re
move the causes which commonly produce in
terminent, remittent, bilious, and yellow fe
vers, bilious cholic, pleurisy, dysentery, worms,
bilious vomiting, flatulence, indigestion, loss of
appetite, costiveness, epileptic ths, hypnehon
dria, and hysterical affections, foul stomach,
colds and coughs, asthma, scurvy, strangury,
gravel, rheumatism and gout.
They are particularly serviceable in Female
Disorders, and especially in the removal of
those obstructions, which are the great source
of their complaints at certain periods; they pas
ses this eminent advantage over must other
purgatives, that while they operate gently, they
produce neither costiveuess, debility, nor too
great excitment ; whenever there is a prédis
position to a disease, arising from manh efllu
via- or a too copious use of ardent spirits, or a
vitiated state of the bile, they are sure to re
They are highly recommended to travellers,
by sea and land, as they may be made use of
with the utmost 9afety, without change of diet
or exercise. They will be found peculiarly bene
ficial in the prevention of disorders incidental
to hot climates ; they deterge and cleanse viscid
humors, open obstructions, promote the secre
tion of good bile, operating as a cathartic and
powerful diuretic and diaphoretic.
MARY'S PLAISTER CLOTH,
Approved and recommended by all the most
eminent physicians of Philadelphia
This plaister cloth, so well known in the U.
States, and particularly in the city of Phila
delphia, is a sovereign remedy against ulcers,
old and inueteraie ; also cancers, ery
sipelas, wens, lumps, scrofula, fistula, white
swelling, sore breast, felons, whitlows, boils,
carbuncles,8tc. &c. It cures sprains, bruises,
pains in the back, swelling and pains in the
joints, scalds, burns, childblain,
wounds tending to suppuration.* it draws cau.
terised sores or issues, very successfully and
without pain ; dissipates the pain of the gout
and rheumatism in a short time ; as it softens
the skin, it is used successfully for the c ure of
corns the feet. This plaister is . 'commended
to mariners and others who travel by sea or
TATENT ITCH OINTMENT,
For pleasantness, safety, expedition, ease &
certainty, is infinitely superior to any other me
dichte, for the cure of that most disagreeable &
tormcming disorder, the Itch. Price 50 cents.
INFALLIBLE TOOTHACHE DROPS,
Price fifty cents per Bottle, with full directions
TIIE CIRCASSIAN EYE WATER,
A sovereign remedy for all disorders of the
Eyes, whether arising from cold, infla/p
mation, weakness, &c. &c. r
Price fifty cents |>er bottle, with full directions
VEGETABLE BALM OF LIFE,
Pi ice one dollar.
LEVIGATED CHARCOAL TOOTH PQW*
Price 50 Cents.
THE RESTORATIVE DENTRIMCE,
Flor cleansing, whitening, and preserving the
teeth and gums Price 50 cents per box.
This valuable preparation possesses the most
salutary virtue in cleansing and beautifying the
teeth i in its compomion it is perfectly free
from acid or any other pernicious property lia
ble to corrode, or in any way injure fire teeth,
for which reason is attributed the safety of its
use, and the preference it has obtained over oth
er preparations intended for similar purposes ;
it strengthens the gums, eradicates the scurvy,
sweetens the breath, preserves the teeth fron»
decaying, and prevents them from aching, ne
cessity of having them drawn, &c.
THE BALM OF IBERIA,
Extracted from the Iberian fragrant plant,
W curing defects of the shin, and improving
the complexion, &c. Price 2 dollars.
Since the above invaluable medicines were
first discovered, upwards of seven hundred thou
sand persons have experienced their happy and
salutary effects, many of whom from the low
est stage of their disorders.
Take notice, that each and all the above ge
mediemes are signed on the outside covers
with the signature oi .he sole proprietor,
T. W. DYOTT, M. D.
A supply of the al
•e medicines just receiv
ed and for sale by the following 1 Agents, where
pamphlets, containing certificates of cures, See.
may be had gratis.
Dr. Joseph Bailey if Co.
P Alans field
J W Townsend,
Dr. T- W. DYOTT, respectfully informs his
friends and the public, that the above genuine
medicine* are sold in Philadelphia only, at his
wholesale and retail Drug and Family Medi
cine Waiehouse. N. E. corner of Second and
Kace streets—where, in addiiion to the above,
he has constantly for sale, by whu'esale or re
tail, an extensive and general assortment ol
Fresh Drugs and approved Chemicals, Glass
Furniture, Vials, and professional articles of
every description for town or country merchants,
practitioners, &c. on liberal terms, for cash oi at
the usual credit.
August 2 —ly
A Camp Meeting
Is expected to be held on the. 4th day of Sep
tember next, within about 6 milesof Wilmington,
and about 2 of Grubb's landing, in the woodv
of Mr. Adam Talley.
ÏS hereby given 1
all persons indebted on
execution process in my haurfj, before the 20th
of May last, that unless the same be dischar* ed
on or before the 20th of August next«
indulgence will be given, and such course pur.
sued as is directed by law.
F. Ilaughey, sheriff
Of N C. County.
Youii(ç Ladies' Academy.
An Annual Examination of the Young Ladies
at their Academy, in the Wilmington College,
will take place on Thursday the 7th of August,
^commence at JO o'clock. Parents, guardians^
at'd friends of the Institution, are invited to
N. B. The exercises of the department will
on Monday the 1st day of Septcm.
August 2 — 2 t
Farmers, ship and house carpenters,
shoemakers, lavlors, and mechanics of
almost every description, both boys and
Kiris, who wish to bind themselves fora
limited time to defray the expences of
their passage from Amsterdam to Ame
Apply ori board the ship Amazon,
in the river Delaware, opposite Caliow»
hill street, or at the counting house of
w. Odlin $ Co.
No. 38, South Wharves.
(LJ° The editors of the Delaware (i
zette, Lancaster Journal, and the papers
of Allentown, Reading and Easton, are
requested to insert the above six times,
and send their accounts to W. Odlin Sc
Stop the Murderer.
Whereas JOHN CRAIG, of Châties -
town township, Chestet Comity, Penn,
did, on the 19th of July, 1817. wilfully &
maliciously shoot EDWARD HUN*
TER, Esq. of Newtown township, Dela
ware county—This is to give notice, that
the sum of Three Hundred Dollars will
be paid by the subscribers, for appre
hending and bringing to justice the said
John Craig. He is a Blacksmith by trade,
about five feet nine or ten inches high,
stoop shouldered, stout built, a little
knock kneed, very much sun burnt,
freckled, thick lips, sandy complexion,
large whiskers ; had on when he left
home, light nankeen pantaloons, snuff
colored cloth coat, green oil cloth on his
hat, and shoes, but it is most likely he
will change his dress, as he took a bun
dle with him.
Newtown Township, Del. Co. July 26.
Improvement of Navigation.
NOTICE is hereby given to ail persons, that
the subscribers intend applying to the General
Assembly of the Stale of Delaware, at their
sitting in January next, for a law to authorise
»hem to improve the navigation of Prince
Hook and Broadkiln Creeks, by cutting a Canal
across Plum Point.
Bevins Morris«, sen.
John Smith & Co.
\ July 30—ft
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