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To Rent, A MILL, with a good stand fo i Dry Good and Grocery Store r not tar distant from the District of iColumbia. The mill has been jus* repaired. Enquire of D. Minor Esu, deputy marshal, Alexandria, or Jeremiah j Branaugh, Esq. Georgetown. “To Rent. That two story frame house ». Wlon King 9treet, at present occupi S. D. Harper. It is -n JLiAexcellent stand for business, and the rent will be moderate. For terms ap ply to ' S. D. HARPER, or JONAH ISABELL. sept 87_ tf For Sale or Rent, Possession given \7th February. A Frame D\Y ELLING HOUSE, adjoining the northwest corner of ^JlHPitt and Cameron-sts. Further ♦ particulars may be known by ap plication to ANDREW T. KENNEDY, dec 5_[aw3w For Sale. f will sell my HOUSE on King Jstreet, at a very reduced price, it II! 19) is adapted fora store and large A-JUifamily, combining elegance and convenience; and situated in a most heal thy and desirable neighborhood. It is worthy the attention of any pevfon desi rous of a permanent residence. Also, to Rent, A small house on the west end >of Duke-street; calculated for a dwelling and shop. JAS. S. SCOTT. oct 17_ M Notice. Having rented the ALDIE Mills for a term of years, l tender to jjl their 01 i Customers, and to all L ‘JjLaiother persons who may be inclin ed to confide in me, every accommoad tion which I can render them. To such as I am unknown to, and may deem it prudent to require it. I offer unquestion able security for the faithful performance ot every obligation l contract, for the j purchase of wheat or the exchange of flour. | -, A ton of plaster can be broke and ground •n fc**y-five minute9 from the moment of delivery, by a pair of five feet Allegany Burrs, urged by a nineteen feet water wheel, and five pair of French Burrs, some of which exceed is* diameter the for mer, as sure to the Farmer and Merch'-t i as prompt an exchange of flour; tor tv neat, as the county of Loudoun can furnish. 3 AS. SIMPSON. A!die, Sept. 23, 1821. nov 15 To be Rented. A house and Lot on Union street, lately occupied by the subscriber. ANN LE\P. i dec 7 tf Was Committed, rpO the Jail of Alexandria county, D C 1 as a runaway on the 3d insl. * man, who came to this place in a nothern vessel, he caDs himself Henry Stewart. He is abouf $5 years old; dressed in sailor’s apparel; he has a protection which states his height at 5 feet 5 ioches. The owner of said negro, i? requested to come for ward, prove property, pay charges and take him away, otherwise he will be dis posed of as the Jaw directs. ANDREW ROUNSAVRLL, fob 7 1aW*m ^Por. For the accommodation of the Public during the continuance ot' the ice,the STEAM-BOAT POTOMAC, WILL run between Annapolis and Norfolk, leaving Annapolis on Mon day at 11 o’clock, or as soon as the stage arrive; and Norfolk on Thursday at nine o’clock The Potomac will resume her route between Norfolk, Alexandria and V\ ashington. as soon as the river is clear of ice. ot which due notice will be given. ^ jan 13 dtf TOBACCO. HE subscriber w ill buy ami sell tobac co (or a commission of one dollar per hhd.—Planters and others who have tobacco for sale, by leaving the true sam ples and notes with me, will have the same promptly attended to. Purchasers of tobacco will please call on me. Tobacco for Sale. I have for sale, a prime crop of tobac co made by William Holme’s E«q. of Mongoraery County, (Md.) 39 hhds o first and 13 of second quality, inspected at Bladensburg. The inspector pronoun ced it to he in prime shipping order, and all inspected latelv. ROMULUS RIGGS. nov 1 -—-— " ■ — 1 — ■ ■' ■ — ■■ —. - ■ - Best Chewing Tobacco. FIFTY kftgs manufactured tobacco, Warwick’s brand, 8’s and 12’s war ranted equal to any in the market, for sale by .THOMAS V. HUCK, 1 mo 12 _ Murdock, Yuille, Wardrop § Co’s. Finest*old L. P. Madeira IVine. Received by tb*» brig Hebe from Madei ra, a full supply of the finest old wiue frotn that Hou9e, in pipes, hogsheads and quar ter cask«, which with their former stock, frill b« sold on reasonable terms. , sept 6 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. 1 State of Maryland, Charles County, Set. ON application to the Mib$criber«o&« of the justices of the Orphan’s Court of Charles County, by petition io writing of William Farrand of Charles county,tor the | benefit ot the act ot Assembly for the re- | lief of Insolvent debtors, passed at Nov. session 1805, and the several supplement thereto on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule of his properly and a list of his ere Jitors on oath so far as he can ascertain them being annexed to his petition, and being satisfied by competent testimony, that the said William Farrand, has resided two years immediately preceding the time of his application in the state of Maryland, and being satisfied that the said JFm. t ar^ rand is in actual confinement for deb and for no other cause, and the said Wm. Far rand having entered into bond with suffi cient security tor his personal appearance in Charles county court, to answer such allegations as his creditors may make a gamst him. It is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Wm Farrand, be discharged from imprisonment and that by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some one of the newspapers edited in the District ot Columbia, once a week for two months successively before the third Monday of March next, he give noticewto his creditors to appear * before the said court at Port Tobacco in said county on the said third Monday in March next, for the purpose of recommending a trustee for their benefit, and to shew cause if any they have, why the sai 1 William f arrand ' should hot have the benefit of the several insolvent laws of this state as prayed. Given under my hand this 8th day of November, 1821 l. CAMPBELL. Teste, JOHN BARNES, Clerk of Charles county court, ian 7 Iaw2m State of Vlarylaud, Charles County, Set. On application to the subscriber, one of the Judges,,of the Orphan- Court of Charles County, by petition in writing of , Ignatius Payne, of Charles County tor the benefit of the act of Assembly, for the relief of insolvent debtors, passed at Nov ember session, 1805,and the several sup plements thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule of his property, and a list of his creditors, on oath, so tar as he can ascertain them, being annexed to his petition, and being satisfied by competent testimony, that the said Ignatius Payne, has resided two years, immediately pre ceding the time of his application in the State of Marylan i, and being also satisfi ed that the said Ignatius Payne, is in ac tual confinement, for debt, and tor no other cause; and the said Ignatiu* Payne, having entered into bond with sufficient security, for his personal appearance in Charles rCounty Court, to answer such allegations as his creditors may make a gainsthim. It is therefore ordered and adjudged, that the said Ignatius Payne be discharged from imprisonment; and by causiug a copy of this order to be inserted in some one ot the newspapers, edited in the District of Columbia, once a week, tor two months successively, before the third Monday of March next, he give no tice to his creditors to appear betore the said Court at Pori Tobacco, in said coun ty, on the said third Monday in March next, for the purpose of recommending a trustee for their benefit, and to shew cause, if any they have, why the said Igna tius Payne should not have the benefit ot the several insolvent laws ot this state, as prayed. Given under my hand, this 23d day ot October, 1821. J- CAMPBELL} True copy test, JOHN BARNES, Cl k. dec 5__ Charles County Court, August, Term, 1821. ON application to the Judges ot Charles County Court, by petition in writing of Leonard B. Gardiner of Charles coun ty, for the benefit of the act of Assembly, for the relief of Insolven Debtors, pass ed at November session, 1805, and the several supplements thereto on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule ot his property, and a list of his creditors on oath, so far as he can ascertain them, be ing annexed to his petiuon, and being sat islied by competent lestimony, that the said Leonard B* Gardmer, has resided two years immediately preceding the lime ot , his application in the state ot Maryland, and being al.-o satisfied '.hat the said Leon ard B. Gardiner, is in actual confinement for debt, and for no other cause ; and the said Leonard B. Gardiner, having enter ed into bond, with sufficient security for bis personal appearance in Charles county court, to answer such allegations as his creditors may make against him. It is therefore ordered and adjudged, that the said Leonard B. Gardiner be discharged from imprisonment, and that by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some one of the newspapers edited in the Dis trict of Columbia, once a week for two months successively betore the third Mon day of March next, he give notice to bis creditors to appear belore the said Court at Port Tobacco, in said county, on the said third Monday in March next, for the purpose of rel$bmmending a trustee for their benefit, and to shew cause, if any they l.a*e, why the said Leonard B. Gar diner, should not have the 'benefit of the several insolvent laws of this state as pray ed. True copy test JOHN BARNES, Clk. dec 5 Iaw2m Fifty Dollars Reward YylLL be given for the apprehension of a negro woman, by the name of but assumes the name of ANNE The said negro made her escape from me in the month of October, she is a spare and thin visage woman, ot common height, a dark mulatto about 26 years of age, for merly the property of John Stewart, of Frederick County Md. She is uncommon ly artful, and no doubt will have free pa pers: she is most likely to be about Alex andria, Georgetown or the'City. The above reward will be given if taken & brought home, or secured in jail so that I get her again. WM. BBGKHAM, deoS Stawtf Indian Infii'iumy. DU. B. M. SMITH, late of Baltimore begs leave to inform the Citizens ot Washington, Alexandria and Georgetown, and their vicinity, that be has commenced 18 practice ] On Cameron street a few doors west of the Theatre, Where the sick of all diseases are re spectfully invited to call and they shall be duly attended to. 'Ae poor and destitute will receive council and medicine gratis. Dr. Smith has constantly on hand, all kinds of domestic and other Medicine, prepared by himself. All letters Irom the country post paid, giving a description of their disease will be duly attended to. Convenient pi’vate apartments are pro vided where all such as wish confidential advice will be received at all times, dec 14 tf TO THE AFFLICTED. rflHE subscribers being persuaded of the merits of Dh. SMITH, Great York street, Baltimore, who has introduc ed the? Indian system of medicine and healing, cannot he too generally known, and feeling that gratitude which it is natu ral to teel to Providence, and towards a man who under his assistance has raised them from infirmity and wretchedness, to health and comfort, and from a hope ol rendering a service to such of the'r fellow citizens as may be smitten with disease & pain, have determined to make known their individual cases. This is to make known to the public in general, that I was afflicted with a deaf ness in both my ears for four years, so bad that I could -carcely bear any, occasioned by repeated colds, always a continual roaring in my head, like the falling of wa ter without any sensation. At length I ap plied to Dr. B- IM. Smith, No. 29, Great York street, and in four weeks I was cured of my dealness. I therelore recommend all those afflicted in like manner, to call on Dr. Smith, for relief. Arthur M'Lean. Baltimore, 22d March, 1821. Lives ! near Dennis A. Smith’s, one mile from Baltimore. Sworn before AI. Duke Tilden. Witness, Peter T. Mather. 1, George Byington give this public information tor the benefit of those afflicted with deafness, that I was deaf in both my ears for 15 years, and for six months past couid scarcely hear any. Five years since I applied to some of the most respectable physicians in Boston, Mass, hut obtained no relief from any of them. I was told by them that I could never get cured ; conse quently I gave up all hopes ot ever obtain ing my hearing, until I arrived in this city, I fortunately heard of the remarkable cures performed by Dr. B. M. Smith, No. 29, Great York street, and was recommended by my friends to apply to him, which I did on the -oth April, 18^1, and after tak ing his medicine a few days, I received complete restoration to ray astonishment. George By ington, mariner. boarding at Mr. Barlow’s V. Point. Witneis, P. T. Mathers, D W. Curtis. Baltimore, 30th April 1821. I, the undersigned, certily that Dr. B. M. Smith, No. 29, Great York Street, un dertook last Summer a cancer, which my negro woman had for five years. Many applications had been made to several Physicians of the greatest celebrity, but to no effect; at last I tried Doctor Smith, who made a perfect cure in a few months.— His attention, charity and kindness to wards my servant, his humanity in general and his skill in Ibis case, influence uie^to testify the above to the public. Catharine Saurcson. Mulberry street, a few doors west of Baltimore College. Sworn before M. Duke Tilden, Witness, P. T. Mathers. This is to certify, that I was afflicted in my breast and stomach, attended with very bad cough, also spitting blood. I heard of Dr* Smith, No, 29, Great York street and after taking but a small quantity of his medicine, I obtained relief. I am now as well as ever I was. «/. B. Elliott, Straight lane, Old Town, Baltimore, March 24, 1821. Sworn before M. Duke Tilden. Witness, P• T. Mathers. 7'his is to certify, that l was afflicted for more than six years, previous to my leaving England, with a pain in my hack j and left side accompanied with a very bad cough,so that l could not lie in bed tor three months, and during my indisposition , was reduced to much debility of body. In this extreme ill health, I was induced to apply to at leaast thirty respectable Phy sicians, from many ot whom I received assurance, that I could not survive the di sordered state of my body; but leaving England, 1 came to America, hoping the voyage would be of service to nre, but this also failed. I however finally heard of Dr. Smith and on application to him, I received a vial of his Indian Potunica! drops which perfectly cured me in a few days, and I have been as well as ever I was in niy life ever since, to my great joy and satisfaction. Robert Stanly. No. 4, Little York street. Sworn and subscribed before me, 8th December, 1820. A/. D. Tilden, From a solemn sense of duty, I do here by declare to the world, that I was afflict ed with the dropsy fora longtime, accom panied w ith a nervous weakness, indiges tion and pain in my breast, for the remo val ot which disorders I used a variety of medicine, supposed calculated to effect this desirable end, but all to no purpose. In this hopeless condition, I applied to Dr. B. M. Smith, about 12 months ago, and by the u>e and continuance of his medicine, a considerable quantity of water was in a bout three weeks discharged, and in about six weeks my complicated disorders be came totally removed, when I found my self as well and as hearty as ever. Elizabeth Bawsley, Water street, opposite the Exchange. 5 worn before D. Tilden. Witness, P. T, Mathers. Baltimore, 19th April, 1821. Having been afflicted fifteen years with grievous and insupportable rheumatic pain9, so as to deprive tne occasionally of the use ot my limbs, during which time i had recourse to a variety of medical skill, was for a long time in the Hospital in the city of Philadelphia, but found scarcely any relief until 1 applied to Dr. Smith; (the Indian Physician.) In the short space ot one week, 1 received such relief as to enable me to boast of almost perfect restoration to health and comfort. William Ml Galley, , Union Street, No. 27. Baltimore, Sept. 29lh, 18*0. I do hereby certify, that said Wm. Calley appeared before me, and was duly sworn to the facts as stated in the above certificate. Marmaduke Tilden, This may certify that I was tafcen with a violent spell of cramp cholic, which produced extraordinary exertion in my bowels, andexcrutiating pain in the spine ot my back; the severity ot the disorder threatened dissolution of life, so as to be given up by skilful physicians, declaring that tliv»y could do nothing for me, their medical aid failing of its desired effects, it was after this that I was advised to call upon the Indian physician, Dr. Benjamin M. Smith, from whom I received such me dicine that after repeated doses, 1 was almost miraculously relieved within 24 hours, and in five days was perfectly res tored to health.] James Donnelly, No. 58, Green street, 0. Baltimore. 1 do hereby certify, that James Donnel ly, personally appeared before me, and was duly sworn to the above tacts as ap pear in bis certificate. Marmaduke Tilden, Baltimore, Oct. 6th 1820. 1, Spencer Cobern, do hereby make known for the benefit of all those who may be troubled with a similar complaint, that 1 was taken with deafness in both my ears (occasioned by a spell of sickness;) in so alarming a manner, that I could scarcely hear a word, and still appearing to get worse, I was induced to apply to Dr. Smith in Great York street, and in a very short time I was much better, and by using the medicine he prescribed a little longer, I now hear as well as ever I did. Spencer Cobern, Easton, Maryland. Baltimore, Oct. 23, 1820. I hereby certify that capt. S. Cobern, personally appeared before me and was duly sworn, John Aisquith, Baltimore, >ov. I8th, I82o. My wile, Patty, having been afflicted lor 22 years with an ulcerated sore Jeg, & after many applications to a number ol medical characters; of reported skill, without receiving any real benefit, except an irritation of the malady, till the ulcer had every appearance ol mortification— in this alarming state I was induced to go to L)r. Smith, the Indian Physician, who gave me such medicine as to relieve her in 24 hours; and in the short time of four weeks she was perfectly restored, and is fully satisfied that a sound cure has been made, to her great joy and comfort. Connor Hays, Near the Seminary Orchard. Bastimore, Oct, 9,182o. I hereby certify, that the above named Connor Hayes personally appeared before me, and was duly sworn to the factsf set forth in the above certificate. Marmaduke Til den. October 9th, 182o. For the benefit of all who may be so unfortunate as to fall under such an al flictirig dispensation of Providence, as a cancer on the breast, or other parts of the body, I, Mary Decourser, doth hereby certify, that I was attacked by 'tumor on the breast, pronounced by persons of me dical skill to be a cancer, which troubled me full two years and six mouths; at the close of which alarming period'lile began to be despaired of, all previous applica tions of medical skill having failed. I heard ol the cures effected by the Indian physician; I was induced to apply to him, and from whom I received such medicine as immediately relieved me of my pain, and in a very short time, removed all ap pearance ol the infection; which is now; and lias been for six months past, appa rently perfectly well. Mary Decourser. Corner of bmithand BondgStreet, F. P. . 1 do hereby certify, that Mary Decour ser personally appeared before me, and has duly affirmed to the facts as above stated. Marmaduke Tilden. I do hereby certif y, that l was rafflicted with an ulcerated sore leg for the space of 4 years; and had almost despaired ot ever having it restored to former soundness, but fortunately I beard ot Dr. Benjamin M. Smith, No. 29 Great York street, and on application, I in the short space of three weeks, had the pleasure of anticipating perfect restoration, which blessing 1 have since realised, to my great joy and com fort. J.F.Ovaere, grocer. Corner of Mill and Goodman streets. I do hereby certify, that the above nam ed J. F.Ovaere appeared before me, and was duly sworn to the facts as stated in the above certificate. Morgan Brown. Baltimore, October 6th, 182o. The subscriber, John B. Mo well, de clares to all those afflicted with deafness, that he was deaf for 46 yeais. He hear ing of the remarkable cures performed by the Indian physician, Dr. Smith, was in duced to make application for relief; to bis astonishment he was entirely cured in a short tiuie^beycnd hi* expectation. John B. Howell, No. 73, French street, O. T. Baltimore,'loth mo.—affirmed before me, Marmaduke Tilden. This is to certify, that 1 was afflicted with blindness so as to, prevent me for soaae time attending to a>y business, and after several efforts through aot)llc»»iR a gentleman ot reputed medical without apparent advantage »>« y|i toipply ioU Smut the 1SMJS2? and immediately received relief muik ’ the surprise of ill who knew me. b Lloyd Hardtn Baltimore county. Garrison p. September 2,th, 1820 808 F°«s Personally appeared before me ly sworn and subscribed to the above * tificate* Marmadukt TildJ*1' September 26tb, I820, <n* 1 tbe subscriber, do hereby declare ik for a considerable time I suffered wilk 1 ulcerated sore throat, mouth and ton 8,1 was unable to speak so as to be nS*' stood, or take scarcely any nourish* lor several weeks, and almost every r^01 dy in common practice seemed only t,r ritate. But on application to Dr W1 min M. Smith, No. 29 Great YorkstJ! (commonly known by tbe name of i|)fe j ’ dian physician) in tbe short space 0f o week was completely cured. or,! William B. JUt0cl No. 22, Water Street, Baiting, Dec 19_(j * Charles County Court, August Term, 1821 tbe benefit of. tbe act of assembly, for jl relief of insolvent debtors, passed at No. vember session, 1805, and the several supplements thereto, on the terms m*o. lioned therein, a schedule of his proper^ and a list of his creditors on oath so (arai he can ascertain them, oeing annexed t0 his petition, and being satisfied by com petent testimony that tbe said g Knott, has resided two years \immediately preceeding tbe time of bis application in the State of Maryland, and being also sa tisfied that tbe said John B. Knott, jg j£ actual confinement for debt, and no other cause, and tbs said John B. Knott.having entered into bond with sufficient securitr lor bis persoual appearance in Charlie County Court, to answer such allegation! as bis creditors may make against binMt is therefore ordered and adjudged, tbit the said John B. Knott be discharged from imprisonment, and that by causing a copy of this order to be inserted in some one of tbe newspapers edited in tbe District or Columbia, once a week for two month successively, before tbe third Monday it March next; he give notice to his credi. tors to appear betore ihe said Court, at Port Tobacco, in said County, on tbe said third Monday in Ma|rch next, for tbe pur pose of recommending a trustee lor their benefit, and to shew cause, if any they have, why tbe said/obn B. Knott should not have tbe benefit of tbe several^insol. vent laws of this state as prayed. Test. /OHN BARNES,Clerk,, jan 19 2m Charles County Court, August Term, 1821, ON application to the judges ofCharit; County Court, by petition in wntiq ot Hawkins Tubman, o! Charles Couniy, for the benefit oi the act ot assembly u the relief of insolvent debtors, passed a: November session, 1805, and the seven, supplements thereto, on the terms men tioned therein, a schedule of his proper!; and a list of his creditors, on oath so lit as be can ascertain them, being annexe* to his petition, and being satisfied by con petent testimony, that the said Hawtr/si Tubman, has resided twolyears immed* ately preceeding the lime ot his applica tion in the State ot Maryland, and b»ir; also satisfied that the said Hawkins 7ub man, is in actual confinement for debt, acfi no other cause, and the said Hawkics Tubman, having entered into bond wife sufficient security, for his personal app*a: a nee in Charles County Court to answ such allegations as bis creditors may make against him—It is therefore ordered aai adjudged, that the said Hawkins Tubirr be discharged from imprisonment, ao. that by causing a copy of this order to K inserted in some one ot the newspaper edited in. the District of Columbia, ofcf a week for two months successively.^ the third Monday ot March next, bep?f notice to his creditors to appear beUj» the said Court, at Port Tobacco, in Couniy, on the said third Monday 11 March next, for the purpose of reccm* | mending a trustee lor their benefit; and > ' shew, cause, it any they have, why * said Hawkins Tubman, should not »af the benefit of the seveial insolvent this state as prayed. Test. , JOHN BARNES, Clerk* jan. 19 _ Forty Dollars Reward. RAN away from the subscriber, l*¥!C» io Prince Georges County, Md.J Two Negro Men. jim; is about 18 years old, 5 feet 6 or ches high, has a very broad nose, W complexion, and down look ; DAVY, is black, about 25 years old, 5 fcck v. 8 inches high, and has a scar over right eye. , a 1 will give the above reward fcrD or • i Twenty Dollars for if taken out of the county, ortwenJJ’ t lars for all, or 10 dollars tor either n * ,, in the county and delivered to me, o < ed in the county jail, so that I £e **“"* ERASMUS WARRI-N'G; . oct 10 -- Straw Cutting Machine. TOHN H. LADD 4- Co. bare J received, and now offer l - ^ chines of simple construction an * cW, woiked, for cutting straw, oats, j0(J blades, &c. they have been long ^ much approved ^ off] food for stock, would do weH to •» view tor themselves. j an 8