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Vol. XX.] SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, I8S0. [No. 5908. Notice. f]PKE copartnership of Horner and Grigs I. by was dissolved on thgJ3th of August 1820, by mutual consent. All those indebt edtosaid concern in any way whatever, are requested to make immediate payment to •Joim ifeiH, who is fully authorised to settle the s one, and with whom the books and afc •fcouuts are left tor that purpose. JOHN HORNER, JAMES GRIGSBY. . augus_6t i)i>itricl of Columbia, to wit. . County of Alexandria,) iQr. April Term. $ iyU IN CHANCERY, Ciiirles McKnigbt, Complainant, Against Thomas Uyimatew, and Isaac Entwisle, jr. ^Defendanks. Y 8^HE defendant, Thomas Grimshaw, not JL having entered bis appearance and gi v»*n security, according to the statute and rules of this court; and it appearing to the Satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that ihr. said Thotaas Gritnshaw is not an inhabi tant of this district: On motion of the said complainant, by his attorney, it is ordered, that the said defendant, Thomas Grimshaw, do appear here on the first day o( the next tto.i.i, and enter bis appearance to this suit, un i give security tor performing the decrees of the conn; and that the other defendant,• Isaac Entwisle jr. do not pay away, convey, o; orete the debts by him owing to, or the ciPite or effects in his hands belonging to the S4i-i absent defendant. Thomas Grimshaw, uu*ii the furl her order or decree of this court, oui that a copy of this order be forthwith published for i wo months successively in one of11be public newspapers published in ibis c iunty, and th*l another copy be posted at ti * front door of rh«. court house of the said cry. uv. Teste, EDM. I. LEE.C. C. ;riiy 12 _warn DUtrict ot Columbia to Wit, County of AUrandri.a, Apri\ Term, ISO. • '* IN CHANG ERY. Bank oi Alexandria—Complainants. Against Jo bua Yeaton, Robert Conway, and Wil liam Herbert, jr.—defendants, defend uit Joshua Yeaton, not hav S. in> entered b's appearance anJpiven Security according to the statute and the rules if thi> court; u»d it appearing to the satis jficdon oi the court, upon affidavit, that the fcVid Joshua Yea ton is not an inhabitant of this District—on motion ot the said complain ruts, By Bmir attorn* y, dt is ordered, that the said defendant, ./oshua Yeaton. do ap pear here cm the first day of the next court, and enter his appearance to this suit, and give security for performing the decrees ot the court; and But a copy oi this order be 1 nth with published tor two months succes sively in one of the newspapers published in this county, and that another copy he posted a? the front door of the court house ol the said county. __ _ _ Teste EDMUND I. LEE, C C. august 15 _ District of* Columbia, to wit. County of Alexandria, ( 182q April Term. > IN CHANCERY. Mark Butts—Complainant, Against Robert Hood—Delendant. r|llIE defendant, Robert Hood, not having X entered his appearance and given secu rity according to the statute, and rules <*f this court, and it appearing to th^ satisfac tion of the court, upon affidavit, that the said Robert Hood is not an inhabitant ot this dis trict : on motion ot the said complainant by his attorney, it is ordered, that the said de Lndaiit, Robfcrt Hood do appearbere on the hrst day of the next court, and enter his ap pearance to this suit, and give security for »ronng the decross ot the court, and that a copy of this order he forthwith published lor two months successively’ in one ol the public newspapers published in this county, and th..t another copy be posted at the front door of the court house of tin* said county. Teste, EDM. 1. LEE, C. C. august 16 2m District of Columbia, to wit. County of Alexandria, \ jg q April Term, ^ IN CHANCERY. Mark Butts and U rat ton C.a wood joint Mer chants and Copartners in trade under the firm ut Butts andCawood—Plaintiffs. Against, Thomas Roberts, Roberts and West, and ! Richard Libby--Defendants. I f | 'MlE defendants Thomas Roberts, and | t Roberts and West, not having entered their appearance and given security accord- , iug to the statute, and the rules of this Court, | a;i 1 it appealing to the satislaction ol the j Court, upou ath lavit, that the said Thomas Kobertsand Roberts &. West,are not inhabi- j tints or tins district. Ou motion of the said complainants, by their attorney, it is order ed, that the said defendants, Tuomas Ro berts, and Roberts and West do appear here . on the first day ot the next Court, and enter • their appearance to this suit, and give secu l ily tor performing the decrees of the Court, and that the other defendant Richard Libby, do not pay away convey or secrete the debts by him owim*- to, or the estate or effects in | bis b inds belonging to the said absent defen* j dants Thomas Robertsand Robert* & West until thefurdit'• ord»ror decree ol this court, , and tbit a copy of this order be iorthvvith j published for two months successively in [ one of the public newspapers* published in j this county, and that another copy be posted at tire front door of the Court House ol the said County. Test, August ft 2m EDM. I. LEE, C. C. , Mellen’s Cough Drops. Tke most valuable Medicine ever preparedfor COUGHS 4- CONSUMPTIONS. THIS valuableand much approved Medi cine needs only a fair trial to recom mend itself to those who are. afflicted, with obstinate coughs or complaints of (he Jungs leading to consumption, such as difficulty of i breathing, pain in the side and great debili- * ty arising from violent colds, hacking coughs, ! asthmas, <Src. Even in confirmed consump-: tion where cures could not be expected, this composition has had the most happy effects.; This healing Balsam has also lately been u- j sed with the greatest success by many in the mo^t distressing condition, who had become ' debilitated from inflammatory affections of the lungs, such as pleurisies, <yc. where the : best medical aid had Jailed to give any re- j lief, and even where they were considered] entirely past recovery. The great esteem in which this composition R held by those j that have given it a fair trial, has induced a j lew ol them of the highest respectability vol- | untarily for the good of those afflicted in the same way, to give certificates showing the extraordinary relief they had received Irom the use of it, many more certificates might be added, but the proprietors choose to let its own merits recommend it, the^very great demand lor it, since its virtues have become known, induce them to give it a more gene ral circulation. I hereby certify that my wife has for some time past been troubled with a violent cough, and has been in delicate health some time, and after having tried many different things without getting relief, I bought for her a bot tle of Dr. Mellen’s Cough Drops, from the use of which a very short time she found great relief, and her cough has entirely left her, and she has regained her strength. JOHN VV. JENKINS. Hudson, Ilth mo. 9tn, 1818. Affirmed before me this 9th Dec. 1819. JOSEPH D. MONELL, Recorder of the City of Hudson. To the afflicted, whom this may concern. I, Hosannah Barton do certify, that l took a violent cold in the latter part of the year 18(8, which created a violent cough, and difficulty of breathing, which v as very dis tressing, till 1 procured a bottle of Doctor Mellen’s Cough Drops, and by taking a few doses of the said drops. I was entirely cured of my cough, and pain-in my side. ROSANNA BARTON. Wife of Mr* Joseph Barton. Hudson, Ilth mo. I3th 1819. This is to certify that in June, (818, I was seized svith a very distressing cough, pain in my side^ great weakness of the lungs, and it continued until July, 1819, which confined me to the house, and part of the lime to my bed. I had tried every tiling as 1 thought, but all in vain, 1 was at last induced to make trial of Dr. Alellen’s Cough Drops, which gave me immediate relief, increased my strength, and restored my former sleep. 1 can with the greatest confidence recommend them to all ih^t are afflicted with those com plaints as a very valuable medicine. NANCY BOURNE. Hudson,county of Columbia.state of New Y ork, Dec. 7, 1819. I, the subscriber, do hereby certify that I was attacked with a violent and distressing cough, with pain in my side, which my phy sician thought would terminate in the con sumption. After trying many things I pro cured a bottle of Dr. Mellen’s Cough Drops, which alter using a tew days only, resioied me to health and strength. ISAAC NUTT. kiuderhook, county of Columbia, stale of # New-York, Oct. 16th, 1819. Copy of'a letter from Mr. Jeremiah Robin son, Worcester, Mass, dated March 14lh, 1820, to James Mellen. Hudson, N. York. Sir—Your Cough Drops lett with me last fali have met.with a rapid sale, and 1 am lnppy to be able io say that those who have bought and used them, speak ol theor. in the highest terms, and I have no hesitation in saying they are a very valuable medicine for j the complaints they are recommended.— j Please forward me a further supply as soon as possible. Respectfully yom's, JAMES ROBINSON. Copy of a letter from Messrs, Tracy & Bliss, Lansmgburgh, New-York,dated Jan. 17th Sir—We are again oui of your valuable Cough Drops, and wish a further supply sent on immediately. We could procure the1 certificate you mention, but think it unneces sary, as *hey sell fast enough \vitf19ut any further proof of their good effects. Yours, TRACY k. BLISS. Each bottle contains two and a half oun ces, and frequently effects a cure. O^-Be particular that each genuine bottle has vt Mtllen's Cough Drops, patented in 1819,” stamped on the bottle; and %iJ. MELLEjY, Hudson, A*. l\” on the seal; and that each of the directions are signed in wri ting by JAMES MELLEN. Sold wholesale and retail by JAMES MELLEN, Hudson, N. Y. Who will supply dealers on liberal terms. 11 H. SHIEFFELJN & Co. 193, Pearl-street, New-York. Dr. WM. WASHINGTON, Alex’a. Of HO M. LINTH1CUM k Co. May Georgetown. LIVERY ST A B EE. Elizabeth Towers, . RETURNS hersincerest thanks to the public for the liberal encouragement her late deceased husband rect ived in the above business tor this twenty years, and informs his triends and the public in general, that 1 she still continues th? above business at the ; former stand, where every attention will be i paid that formerly was, to render ample sa- , tisfaction to those Ladies and Gentlemen that j will honor me with their custom, as she lyasa ; large family to support,and through no (Aher means. uly 1 District of Columbia, to wit. County of Alexandria,} , April Term. J IN CHANCERY. Lausdell Godfrey, Mary Godfrey, Anna Godfrey} George Godfrey, Sarah Godfrey, Charles Godfrey, Matthew Godfrey, and William Godfrey—Complainants, , Against Henry Barnes, Administrator of Victoria Barnes, deceased, and John Chatham and Nelly, his wile—Defendants. HPHE defendants, John Chatham and Nel .1 ley his wife, not having entered their appearance and given security, accordingto the statute and rules of this court ; and it ap pearing to the satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that the said John Chatham and Nelly his wile are not inhabitants of this dis trict, on motion ol the said complainants, by their attorney, it is ordered that the said de fendants, John Chatham and Nelly his wife, do appear here on the first day of the next court, and enter their appearance to this suit, and give security for performing the de crees of the court: and that a copy of this order be forthwith published for two months successively in one of the newspapers pub lished in this county, and that another copy be posted at the front doorofthe court house of the said county. Teste, EDM. I. LEE, C C. july 26 2m Pennsylvania GRAND STATE LOTTERY. EIGHTH CLASS, POSITIVELY to commence draw. ing in the city of Philadelphia, in October next. SQLOMON ALLEN—Manager. Highest prize 100,000 Dollars. Brilliant Scheme I prize of £>100,000 is 100,000 1 do 25,000 25,000 10 do 10,000 100,000 4 do 5,000 20,000 50 do 1,000 50,000 20 do 500 10,000 100 do 100 10,000 3200 do 50 160,000 3380 prizes C6U blanks 2475,000 10,000 tickets at S47 50 . 2475,000 hess than two blanks to n prize. The capital prizes will all be floating,and will be put into the wheels on the following days: First day D. lo,ooo 2d 6,ooo 3d lo,ooa 4th 5,ooo 5th lo,ooo 6th ' 5,ooo Tib 1 o,ooo 8th 5,ooo 9th 25.000 loth six ot 1 o,ooo And one'pf loo,ooo Ten Drawings Only. Prizes subject to 15 percent discount. Tile prizes only will be drawn. V\'bole tickets S5o 00 Halves 25 oo Quarters 12 5o Eighths 6 25 Sixteenths 5 12h Twentieths 2 5o For sale at Lottery Exchange Office, Pennsylpr ' Avtnue. Washington City, S. 4- ./If. ALLEN Have had the pleasure of selling and pay ing the cash for the highest prizes ever ob tained in America, viz : loo,ooo, 3 ot 5o,ooo, 2 of 25,ooo, 3 of 2o,oeo dollars, <Lc. &c. Ordeas from all parts ol the United States I enclosing the cash, post paid, will meet with prompt attention and information of the fate tickets given (it desired) as^oon as drawn. sept 3 w as Committed, I HjpO the jail for the county of Alexandria, dL D. C. on the 16th inst. as a runaway, a mulatto inanwho calls himself PETER, and says he was free born in the city jfNew \ ork, and left that place about twelve years ago, and has lived in Virginia ever since.— The greater and latter part of the time he lived with a Mr. Elijah Paine, near Potomac creek near where the steam boat now lands. The said mulatto man is about 20 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, slender and straight made, and li3S a scar on his left el bow. The owner is desired to come, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, otherwise he will be disposed of as the law directs. ANDREW ROUNSAVELL, Jailor, june 20 Dissolution ol* Copartnership. / | nnilE partnership of Samuel H ard and | 1. Enoch Rewis, trading under the firm of! SamueL Ward Co. was dissolved on the 16th inst. by mutual consent, and allac counts relative to the concern, are to be ad justed and settled by Isaac Kell and Beno ni Wheat, of which all persons interested therein will please take notice. SAMUEL WARD, augl9 dtf ENOCH LEWIS. ^ * * i • " ' ' District of Columbia, to wit. County of Alexandria,} iggn April Term, S IN CHANCERY. Abijah Adams, Complainant, Against, Henry W. Hardy, William Fowle, and Henry Dangerfield, trading under the firm*of William Fowle & Co.—Defendants. ^HE defendant Henry W. Hardy, not! X having entered his appearance and gi ven security according to the statute and rules of this court, £ it appearing to the sa tisfaction ot the court upon affidavit, that the said Henry W. Hardy is not an inhabitant of this district. On motion of the said com plainant, by his attormey, it is ordered, that the said defendant Henry W. Hardy do ap pear here on the first day of the next court, and enterhis appearance to this suit, and give security for performing the decrees of the court ; and that the other defendants William Fowle, and Henry Dangenfield do not pay away, convey, or secrete the debts by them owing to, or the estate, or effects in their hands belonging to the said absent de fendant Henry W. Hardy, until the further order or decre of this court, and that a copy of the order be forthwith published tor two months successively in one of the public news papers published in this county, and that another copy be posted at the frontdoor of the court house of the said County. Teste, EDM. I, LEE C. C. PROSPECTUS OF THJy EUTERPEIAD, Or MUSICAL INTELLIGENCER; Devoted to the general diffusion of Musical Information. A Period of more than two years has e lapsed since the commencement of a series of essays upon rnusicaj subjects, in a weel 1& paper in this Metropolis; the increasing iiff terest and excitement which prevail among professional gentlemen, as well as amateurs in music, combined with their late success ful exertions in this section of our country, induces an attempt to establish a publication particularly devoted-jo the general extension ot musical information. Without promising more, than what it is hoped will be realized, the publisher flatters himself the Euterpeiad will be conducted by those whose musical erudition and judg ment are approved. A publication of this nature has long been desired. If the pre sent attempt succeeds, he will be amply re warded by the pleasing consciousness of ha ving rendered some fceivice to the public. If he should fail in this object, however deep ly he may regret his want of patronage, he will console himself by reflecting, that he has omitted no exertions to deserve it THOMAS BADGER. Jr. “ The Euterpeiad present to its Patrons | the Prospectus with its conditions—The in tention and design of which is, to offer to the Musical Literati, a Periodical Record. or Depot, of whatever relates to the (Science or Jaculty of Music—That such a Work is ne cessary, is the opinion ot many Professional Gentlemen and Amateurs—The ./Metropolis of New-England already affords a respecta blejsupport to nearly 30 Quarterly, Monthly, Weekly, Semi-weekly and Daily Publica tions, devoted to Political, Theological, Agricultural, Literary and Mercantile Sub jects. These circumstances are not to be considered as arguments against a new es tablishment of a different character. There is well grounded presumption, that the Vo tariesjof Music will foster the intention to diffuse a general knowledge of this pleasing' Science. Th° progress made in Musical Literature within a few years past, has been most satisfactory; to continue which, the patronage of the profession generally, is so licited. The Euperpeiad will embrace every article any ways interesting to, or connected will), the Science, by carefully compiling and collating—a brief History ol Music, from the earliest ages—Cherish a classical taste— Watch the progress of tiie Art—Excite the j emulation of genius—Record the transac- j lions of Societies—Examine and partially I review new’ Musical works-*—Stimulate Pro Sessional Gentlemen to explore new tracts in i the regions of Science—Eurrish Biographi cal Memoirs of Musical men—Correspon dence, Anecdotes, Letters instructive and interesting upon every branch of the Musi cal Science—Insert Miscellaneous Articles, wherein will be noticed new inventions. Improvements in Musical Instruments, and ' obsei vationsupon Musical Performances, &:c. Having stated the general outlines of the plan, we shall refer our readers fo the Work itself, promising that no exertion on our part shall be wanting to render it worthy of their interested support. As the Eulerpeiad, like all other Perio dica! publications, will be open for any in formation connected with the Science, let it not be said of us *k Trial 'u'e are ashamed la oe11^ CONDITIONS. f. The Eulerpeiad will be published once ** week, and shall contain four large Quario Pages of ./Musical matter, and delivered to subscribers on Saturdays. II. The first number will be issued on April 1st. The price per annum will be Two Dollars and Fifty Cents. No subscrip tions taken for less than six months, payable in advance. Non-subscribers 6 1-4 cents each. III. Every third or fourth number, will contain a fashionable Song, Air with varia tions, March. Waltz, or Dance, arranged toi '*e Piano Forte, of the size of a Music Plate. IV. Booksellers and agents, for the Eu terpeiad who obtain Ten Subscribers, will be entitled to one numbePgratis, &. the usual commissions for collecting and paying the amount subscribed. All orders for this Pub lication, must be accompanied with 6 months advance pay. Postage covered as n»u*’ -TRUTH! tJFE who purchases, for the trifling of three dollars, a quarter of a ticket in the H |I LOTTERY IFkich begins drawing Next Month, may have a double chance for one of 4 prizes of 10,000 4 5,000 4 2,500 8 1,250 200 250 80 125 240 25 072 12| Besides 14,200 chances to get their | money back again, in drawing a quar ter of a 12 dollar prize. By inspecting the Scheme of this brilliant Lottery it i will be obvious that all the rich capi tals may be sold in quarters. Those, however, who incline to “go forth** whole,*' by adventuring the still trill, ng : sum °l dollars, may secure to tliem i selves each a double chance for I of 4o,noo dollars, 1 2o,ooo dollars, 1 1 o,ooo dollars, 2 5,ooo dollars, looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars lo»)o dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollar* looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars , looo dollars looo dollars j looo dollar* looo dollars* Jooo dollars looo dollars* looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars Ifioo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars looo dollars 20 of 500, 50 of 100, with thousands of lesser denomination. Whole tickets 12 oo Quarters 3 oo Halves G oo Eighths 1 5o A*s if is probable the tickets will rise on the day of drawing, (if not sooner.) all candidates for the smiles of Fortune, on the lowest and most reasonable terms, are invited to apply immediately at 2 doors East of Davis’s Hotel Penn syl vania Avenue, Washington city. JOHN IL GUNNEL'S, Agent for Wm.Tiui;, LLing-st. AJex’a. Prize tickets in all the lotteries draw' I ing or recently drawn received in ex. ! change, for tickets and shares in the a bove Lottery. • Orders for tickets and s’ nrc.s from any part of the Onion w ill In* promptly attended to. The tickets being printed on the thinnest bank note paper can by easily transmitted by mail. B. 0. TYLER, Sole Agent for the Managers. * sept. 23 dtf. Pennons. rpHE subscriber* for the, --^ns of ,j,e 1 Rev. James •!«?!£:' 'll 7 are **"*7 notified, that tfey n;av 7m } 0Ii 1ellve" *iXv oft obtained bv a», ry ; won to ELIAS iiUUSftli F rr