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Hy ScUoowr Melinda, from Boston, and 8chr. Regulator, from Mw York, A complete assortment of SHOES, of all descriptions and fashion*. In Store, Cotton, Window Glass, Tlaven$ Duck, Fine Soaps, Spanish Horse Hides, Trunks. R. Gilman. July _eeStlaw Paul's Patent COLUMBIAN OIL. HE inventor of this highly es teemed Medicine is a native of A meric a and the composition is the pro duction of American soil, consequently this in every sense of the word Domes tic, it is not puffed up with a numerous train of pompous foreign certificates of persons from whom by the great dis tance that separate us, tia impossible to obtain information, therefore the pub lic has better security for their money as there cannot be the least shadow for deception to cover this medicine, for •e simply appears before the commu lity with his invention and an experi mental detail of the various cases in which it really is so wonderfully effica cious and in which he is supported by tiie following certificates, whose names are not only subscribed but their per sons may also be consulted, being resi dents within the circle of our neighbor - liood. The following are the com plaints in which the Columbian Oil has br»<»n found so efficacious and rarely ev er fails of effecting a cure-viz. Rheu matism, Consumption. Pains in any part of the bedy but particularly in the back and breast, Colds, and Coughs, Tooth \che, Spleeu, Pleurisies. Cho lic,Cramps, external St internal Bruises, Spranis and flesn wouuds, Scalds, & Bums, Whooping Cough and Mumps, Dysentery or Bloody flux, Croup and the summer complaint in children, and in a weak stomach, that is caused by indigestion, a constant sinking and loss of appetite, it will act as a powerful bracer to the relaxed norc and restore it to its proper tone. ' It sterns us though nature had rank ed it the first of the class of all pecto rals and ex pectorals for the reliet ot the brest and lungs as it scarcely ever fails of removing obstruction in either, par ticularly those who are troubled with Phthisic or Asthmatic complaints who in the act of walking fast, stoopiftfpor lying down are almost suffocated, hall a tca-spoonfull of theColumbian Oil will render some relief instantaneously, and If continued agreeably to the direc tions in fuch cases will prove a radical euro bv pro lucing the full power of in flation to the lungs and free expan sion of the breast Certificates of its efficacy• No. I. Sept ,809; I do certify, tV*t I have been ailing nearly two years with a hectic cou^i* | and viole it oppression at <he brest—, applied to tne uwst eminent Pnysiutans and could get no rctiet Ivo n ny loi\ state of health, till l got Paul’s Colum bian Oil, and found i nmediUe relief I take this method of inf >r: ling the public of the eflteucy of this valuable medecine from the cures which I have expeiience l, £ think it an incumbent duty to offer i.<© wins to the public VI ICLI& erVVAOn uu v - Baltimore, No. 16, Water Street, sign of the Plough Sept. H09. Sir, No 2 I comply with your request, of stating my opinion of Paul’s Columoian Oil being an effectual remedy for the letter worm. I have bec>» afilicted ^it.i t.ic teUer«worm in inv hand lor 1*. years, fcud have made tri*d of many medicines which have been recommended, out all to no effect. Hearing of Paul’s Co lumbian Oil; about the 15th of Janu ary last, proving an effectual cure for the ring-worm and similar complaints, 1 immediately got a phial of your Oil and applied it agreeably to the direc tions for about two months successive ly—.Wbenthi tett«r left me, and has not made its appearance SUSANNA PURDEN. N. B. My Susanna, a child aged 20 months and six days, was taken about the middle of July Inst. With a violent cough, which the neighbors thougit was the whooping-cough; I gave her fix drops of the Columbian Oil, whirh gave immediate relief, and proved an effectual cure. Saratoga*street Baltimore, August 21, 1809. No. 3. Wedocertify, thtton Thursday, the l-fthinst. we were tarring 4 new sciin? for Mr Clark, and by accident the »eine took fire, which, br en leavorng to put out the flames John Clark and Thomas Adams got severely burnt in the fare we immediately got some Co twmbi.i Oil from Mr Paul, and appli ed it to the parts burnt, which gave ease in the course of twenty minutes, and has left the parts free from blia Ur*‘ JOHN PEACOCK. THOMAS ADAMS, JOHN CLARK, Baltimore, April 19th 18 !#• . No. 4.. fir.—At your request that T should Pive mv opinion respecting what effect ronr Colombian Oil had in a certain c*m wherein \ WM *pictedt I most chefrfuliy comply by saying that he* rily believe that I might have died with one of tpe severest cramps in the sto mach, had it net been for your Colum bian Oil 5 and that I have been a s£ cond time relieved of the same com plaint by the assistance of that Valuable medecine, and as such I recommend it as the best remedy, because there is no manner of doubt of its proving effec tual. / E. CATHERINE WALKER. Sign of the Buck, Market space, Balti more. No. 5. Sm, . I was attacked with a violent pam in my left leg, which I supposed was a touch of rheumatism s it continued to grow worse every day, so that at last my knee began to get stiff, and could not bend it; during this, which lasted about five weeks, 1 was seized with a most dreadful pain in mv right breast which pierced through my arm. Dur ing this situation a variety of rcme» dies were applied, but all without ef fect. At last I Was advised to try Paul's Columbian Oil, I accordingly procured a bottle, and found some relief from the first application, and by paying proper attention to the direc tions for using it, I was to the aston ishment of all who were acquainted with my situation, in five days entirely free from all pain, and have now the use of my leg as well as ever, and any nerson who may peruse the above certi ficate, being desirous of any infor mation respecting my case I have no objection on their making application to give them every satisfaction in my power respecting it: I am, sir, yours. &c. GLIO. L. HUGHES. Market-street, Baltimore. No. 6. Sir, conceiving it to oe my quit noi to conceal from the public the virtues of your most valuable Columbian Oil, from which I received so much benefit, l am therefore induced, from a princi ple of gratitude for my recovery, to give a short statement of the complaint under which I suffered. I was first seized in the right hip with a most in tolerable pun, which seemed exactly in the joint, and on the day following a dreadful pun in the back, which last ed about three weeks; during which time I could not wa.k upright, but al ways'in a bent posture; and it seated in a chair, the pain would be so excruciat ing in the act of raising that it was im possible for me to refrain from scream ing. My appetite had entirely left me and a consia it headache, would some times Almost deprive me of my senses ; in iact 1 was in t most deplorable con dition. A number of remedies w«re tried, but to no purpose, I bad also the advice of an eminent physician, who prescribed a hot bath, &c. which were regularly attended to, but without the smallest advantage. 1 had about 9 ounces of blood taken from me, still the complaint, did not give way in the least degree. I was then advised to try Paul’s Colu nbian Oil, but with very little hopes of succeeding ; when, •o my great surprize & comfort, I was sensible of some ease in my hi]) on the fast time of anointing; the next day the pain in my back abated, the'head UC1U icil U1C, IHIU Ul WC1J £> * perfectly recovered APALONI A WALTER. Lexington-Street, 2 doors from Libdf ty-st. Baltimore. No. 8 Philadelphia* July 8, 1807; By your request do}ccrtil), that 1 had been along time dangerously indis posed, and was reduced to the low st state of weakness, insomuch, that my recovery appeared doubtful; my com plaint seemed to be afflictions of the breast and lungs. I could procure no relief from incessant coughing, nor breathe without great pain and difficul ty—when, by the use of one phial of Paul’s Columbian Oil, my distressing cough left me, every other symptom was removed, and I was restored to an excellent state of health, which I now enjoy. Who may be consulted if called on— KITTY M'CLAIN. Corner of Spruce and Fifth streets. The Public will please to take No tice. that Paul's Patent Columbian Oil, will always bt sold in bottles which contain the words P AUL'S PATENT. COLUMBI AN OIL. in the Glass ; the Bottles Sealed with my Initials I. L. in Red Wax, and the outside Label signed by me with Red Ink,'‘JOHN LOVE without which true characterise lies none will be genuine. APPOINTMENT OF AGENCY. These are to certify, that I Thomas Paul late of Philadelphia, now of the city of Baltimore, state of Maryland, inventor and sole proprietor of a medi cine known at present by the name of Paul’s Patent Columbian Oil, hare ap pointed, and by these presents do here by constitute and appoint Dr. John Lovt of the city of Baltimore (druggist) .my sole agent for the United States of A merica and their dependencies, for the purpose of selling or vending .the afore said Columbian Oil; and that he is hereby authorised to appoint an agent or agents under him for the purpose aforesaid* This agency is to continue ofthe space or term of seven years, com mencir.g thi*l*r«ty third of April, in the ye«r of our Lord one thousaiW eight hundred and ten, to be fully compteat. ed and ended. Given und^r my hand and seal the day and date first abo^e written. THOMAS PAUL, L.S. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of GEO. G. PRESBURY. In consequence of the above authority vested in me, arising Irom a contract with Mr. T. Paul, I hereby appdint the following persons the only agents lor the sale of Paul’s Columbian Oil, in tbe city •f Baltimore, viz. Dr. Ed me Ducatel, sign of the Golden head, No. 26 Mar ket-street. Messrs. Henry Keerl 8c Son, Druggists, sign of Celsus’s Head, No. 233 Market-st. near the corner of Howard-sfc Doct. Jesse Talbott, Drug gest, corner of Hanover and Market-sts. Messrs. Warner and Hanna, stationers, corner of Gay and Market sta. Messrs. G. Sc R. Wait’s Lottery Office, corner of St. Paul’s Lane and Market-st* A. Miltcnberger, Stationer, No 10 sign of Franklin, N. Howard-st. Messrs. Tohn 8c Thomas Vance, Stationers, No. 178 Market-st.—M FelCs Pointy by Dr. Henry Dorry, Druggist, No. 5 Market-st. and Nathaniel Knight Sta tioner, Fcli’s-street—City of Washing ton, Messrs. David Ott, Sc Co. Drug gists.—Philadelphia. Mr. Thomas Love at Dr. Edwin A. Atlee’s, No. 78 North 4th St. John Y. Bryant, Druggist, Corner of 2d and Pine-Streets—Jere miah Morris, Druggist, No. 293 Mar ket-Street—Stephen North, Druggist, No. 85 High st. between 2d and "d streets, Messrs. Crowl & Segar, Drug gists, Market st.—Xew Yorky Messrs. John 8c Thomas L. Clark, Druggists, Maiden Lane, Messrs. Laurence & Keese, Druggists, Pearl st. Messrs. G. 8c R. Waites’s. Nos. 38 and 64, Maiden L.ane_lor/c Town, ur. jonn risner, ( Drug,— Anna/iolis. Messrs. Childs Sc Shaw.—George Town. Dr, John Ot D-rugk—Lancaster. Dr. Samuel Faht nestock, Drug.—Harrisburg. Dr. John C. Wiestling, Drug.—Easton. D Tho mas H. Dawson, Drug.—Petersburg Virg. Messrs. Love and Cutler, Drug gists.— Hagerstown. Dr. Frederick Mil ler,Druggist.—Fredericktown. I)r. John S. Miller,.Druggist—Winchester. Mess. Jbhn Ec Abm. Miller, Druggists.—Han over. Messrs. Frederick Sc Wm. Sauer mann, Druggists.—Carlisle. Dr. John Fahnestock, Druggist.—Brook Ville. • (Montgomery cc.) Mr. Brice Gassaway, and in Alexandria, nr RICHARD H. LITLE, Druggist. Also, wholesale or retail, at my Drug and Patent Medicine Store, No. 16, sign of the Mortar, Centre Market Space, Baltimore. JOHN LOVE. March 28 law3m VALUABLE FAkM FOR SALE. THE subscriber offer* for sale his Fvrm, lying on Mattox Ciec.k in the county of Westmoreland and state of Virginia; «motair.ing about 2( 0 acres of prime bottom land; there are on the ! premises a large two story frame dwel ling house, with all necessary out hous c? ; a fine yourg thiiving apple and peach orchard; the land abounds with springs of excellent water—the house is situate on the hawks of the Creek, in which there is always a plenty of the be'Jt kinds of fish in their season, and ov sters may be had in abundance with in i half mile of the house. Vessels of *50 to 100 tons burthen can come within twenty yards of the landing.— 160 acres of the above land is cleared and fit for culture, and the residue well timbered. ALSO, One other tract situate at the upper part of what is called the Irish neck. £c about two and one half miles from the above described property, containing 262 1-2 acres, one hundred of which is cleared and the remainder heavily iim» bered—there is on thi6 farm a comfort able dwelling house, containing four rooms on a floor, a kitehen, a good ap ple orchard, and excellent water. The above property will be sold on good terms for cash, or stock in any of the banks within the District of Columbia —or a reasonable credit will be given for a part of tbe purchase money, by the payment being well secured by deed of trust or otherwise. Apply to Eliot Muse. Red Hill, Fairfax cy. April 8. _ eo Lots on Centre Street. For sale or to be let on ground rent , forever Sundry Vacant Lots, situate on centre street, the new street lately laid off and gravelled leading from Simpsons corner at the turnpike ro ad in to King St. at Hoofs meadow. Some of these lots are in the county of Alcnan dria, and ethers in the county of Fairfax, offering a choice to persons inclining to buy or lease. For terms, apply te the subscriber at his office in Alexandria. CHARLES LEE. December 24 eotf CREHORE'S Hot-pressed. Ptayivg Cards, lust received and for sale by Cottom & Stewart. NOTICE. THE public arc informed that a Fish Wharf will be established on Jones’s Point, for their accommodation during the season. Persons wishing to put up Fish will be accomm»ciatcd with ground for their stands gratis. March 2«. d JUST PUBLISHED, BY. JOHN A. STEWART, And fir Sale at his Book Stcre} a new and improved edition of GLASSE’S COOKERY, Containing directions how to roast & boil every thing necessary to he sent up to a table—Broiling* Frying^ how i0 dress Fish, made Dishes, Poultry, Soup' and Broths, Puddings, Pies, Dishes for Lent, Gravies, Sauces, Hashes, Friea sees, Ragouts, making Cakes and Jel lies, Pickling, Preserving, and Confec tionary. ALSO The following new Publications, Rokeby, a new Poem, by Walter Scott Emerald Lie,—-by C Phillips. Trails of Nature, by Miss Barney. Good Men of Modern Date, by Mrs Green. Santo Sebastiano, by the author of the Romance of the Pyrenees. Portraiture of Methodism, by J. Crow ther Life of Whitefield, by J. Gillies Poetical Vagaries, by G. Coleman Elements of Chemical Philosophy, by Sir Humphrey Davy, L. L D. Life of Pcrcival—E'.rskine*# Speeches Sc Duane’s Hand-Book, or the New Mi litary Guide for the Infantry of the United States. April 12 I _—----—. I Robert Gray, Ofifiosite the Washington Tavern, King street, Alexandria, HAS JUST RhCElVfcD t'OR SALE, Melish's Travel! in the United States and Upper Canada, illustrated by fi Maps, 2 vols. octavo bound, g5 50. Chateaubriand's Travels in Greece, Palestine, Egypt and Barbary, 1 voi. octavo bound, $2 75. Life and Administration of the hono rable Spencer Perceval. Erskine's Speeches on Miscellaneous subjects at the bar. Constitution of the United States. Grant on Education, Rejected Addresses, Weeni's Life of Washington, Foung Mother, Santo Scbastiano, Crab's Tales, Child's Monitor, Goldsmith’s Greece. Ameiican Preceptor, Columbian Orator, RoIIin’s Antient History, Campbell's Rhetoric, Modern Geography, History of America, Walker's Dictionary, Goldsmith's Geography, Johnson’s Dictionary with Walker's Pronunciation, Guthrie's Geography, new edition, Simpson’s Euclid, Cary's Family Bible, assorted, School Bibles, School Testaments, Pocket Bibles, Cojnmon Prayer Books, Adgate's, Smith's, Little's ?nd Cole's Music Books, Webster's, Pearce’s, Comly's and Co lumbian Spelling Books, A large stock of fine Vellum Foolscap nnrl I sifter Panpr. * Playing Curds, Slates, Quills, Blank Books, &c &c. Ledgers, Journals, Cash and Invoice Bo* ks, and Blank Books of every de scription Ruled and Bound to any given pattern at a short notice. On hand a constant supply of large Writing Paper, suitable for Record Books. April 10 Land for Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale, be tween 140 and 180 acres of wood Land, on the right hand side of the old Road leading from the Town of Cen terville to Alexandria. This land adjoins the lands of Messrs. David Lane, Bernard Bryan, Presley Carr Lane, Georire Adams and John Henning. The soil of this land is suit ed to the culture of Wheat, fc is with in half a mile of the Turnpike ; and will be shewn & the terms made known by application to Messrs. David Lane, er George Lane, jun. residing near the premises, or to the subscriber living in Stafford countv. * _ 9 Geo: Lane, Executor of J. H.Lane, decM January 18 law6m A Blacksmith for Sale.. AV aLU \BLE Negro, middle a ged, ef good character and by trade a BLACKSMITH for sale —En quire of A. G. Cazenovb* Esq. who is fully authorized to sell, and receive the , purchase money. Bush. Washington. March 31. 2awtf. 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K - I Mrirh 30 H At a Superior C "fl at the capital ndfl day of Jum,or, * hundred andv* John Brown luvl formerly Sdy nl dow of CeorcfCrB the said J-jlti-L.«H sole cxecul-ro':,<M will of Sally hi* was the e out u* George Carter. tfl Carter, FarnrCn* ter, infant Camr dcce’sei* Brown Cutting1* agaivA Landon Custer, icni George Carter,e*c Lee and Geor^Ci* executor oi iho®* ceased, who ***** of the said UecrjeG THE Plaintiff^ and Sally hi** counsel-in coutt, ciitcicd e: »* present roor-ib fondant Lain'or »nrrir,n nt lift f * testaments'" counsel, a"1 ■' “J iit jid, tbeC«.t£ rnissionr he"-1 most fur the that they sh»t!“ j; cause and Pr0'£ „( the said J5hn '‘t i,ext friend, « •»' Commissioner^ this Court, »>*, pertinent by }f* stated, or .«*J -uire to be so •»“ 1 Signed-'^ Tcst’ \vM W Fairfax. Co®®**1 24'h, l6iS' .po;eeft For 'heP“J.«J hove order ‘j1' the f«i'r,es"'btttid parties to i” j,, Welt fcnd, *cJ)isl‘ roeny »•*1 !ime' Jatn^ Aprils -d ——no*: Ba,ik it >2 ,hare |!*c* j order a/;^ p April J.