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} i*UJST SALE.
BY viriut of■ deed of bn i rt> ctiled lo the subvcntier be Min. I I bell, bearing d«te On Hih 0«y 01 SrpiembH, t82«. end duly " Corded nl «nv Clt rk a Ollice ot the couny eotiit of Anrhe-»t, for ci-ri.m purposes therein <•» jirsaad, I »i>»H powevd «• sell. u 'hr highoal bidder, tor '"»'ly money, b- fore ill- door of tba Franklin H- tel, it* lha town of Lynch burg, on Tuesday ihe.’kMbday of June weal, (whether in place 01 out) four valuable slaver, ,|, • Patrick, a waterman. John a wheel u right. Peter, o waterman, an<l Lewis a boy ■, i so many thereof a» will lie -afti. lent lo an eyret the purpoaes ot said trusi Aning a* trustee 1 shall only tear y swell tKW as is vesl eu in mo bv raid iirnl amt none o Irer. AHi Hlh ll l' HATCH EE, Irus'ea. POSTPONEMENT.—'Ttn» above sale is |»n* poned nanl Friday'tlie »lsl day id July next, at which lime ft will lake place A H. July 2 td»W [M kaliE oeal seskioii of the subscriber a SchoP| will ramioniice on the flcrt Mommy in Au *ntt. In it Will h» taught ell ibe branches eonslituling a good English education, and pre paratory lo a t ollcge com »r. Perionv In nig to Lynchburg and wishing to temove their chil dren from those vicious and idle halms, incident to ■ town lite, can be furnished with board in central families, on moderate term* 5 HEN BY L -DAVIES. _July a ____•!_ . NOTICE—Vflierwa*. I have re-idrd for •Oine time past at the house of David S Garland- in iht comity of Albhersl, where J have been engaged in the erection ol various kinds of machinery : these circumstances may have induced a belief that there esisled botwcen Ate raid Garland and myself some kind of Co partnership. which would authorise me lo make contracts binding on him. This is to notify all whom il may concern, t'hat* no such authority dors nr ha* existed.ex. ccpl in cases specially authorised hy writing ■vnter liiv hand for that imrposei Given uu. d*r my hand this 27th day of June, 1829 1,A IAYE1TE TIBBITTS. July 2 __ XtM'tT AJWa'TAXS* y«AHK subscriber l ..« juit received a mim Wi her of staple and fancy articles, to many ni which he invites the particular attention of the ladies. They are In pail »« follows : Fancy Gauze hdkf* and Scarf* Fanned bell* and Belt Ribbons* Bonnet and Cap do 'Rattisfn and grass Cambrics \ few piece* very superior Gingham I0O pieces Calicos—latest style 1 piece superior French Bombazine Italian Lustrings, Levantines, Senshaws, be Silk,Cotton and Wonted Hose Irish Linens and Lawns, Thread Edgings ami Laces Circassians, I.allring* and Bomhazcttes To, ,.i e Shell luck, and tide Combs Brazilian do AY into watered Urn* de Naples While, Green and Pink Florences Do Satins AVniie and HI ck Silk Hose do Cotton ,!n Linen and Cotton Float Sivih, Jaconet and Mutl Muslin* Corded and checked Mu luis Nankin and Canton Crape* Ladies’ and grntleincns’ Beaver Gloves (very superior) A few piece* very superior Cloth* and A general atiortment of Dnnieitie*, All at the most reduced price*, and more daily •ipectnd. II ALLISON. Jill' 2 f»92 #" " — *■ y iiwi * .. '■ — - - To Farmers ami Merchants. FlTHE *uhtersbei* having connerted them Jl »eves under tin* firm nfj. A C. E. Lynch b t'o. in the prosecution of the Lynchburg Mills b miller ilist firm of Nath’l*\Vin ton’b Co in the prosecution of (.lack Water Mi ls—will give the highrit cash price for wheat delivered a* either of those Mill*. Person* not satisfied w ilh the price of wheat at the time of delivery Can lake a receipt for Ihe same, and at any time within »i|iy day*alter such delivery,settle the price, or wa will grind on Commission on fhe usiml term* and stand the Richmond In spection NA1HL INS ION, JOHN LYNCH, Jr. CHARLES E LYNCH. AVE will pay the best price for 100,000floor barrel stave* delivered at Black Water Mills. NATHL. WINSTON, a-CO. July 2* H ii.lTD POP. SJ.L3. A GHKLAB1.K to the will of Joseph Fu > A\ qua, dec. I will sell, to tlia highest bid der on the 30th ol July nezt, one tract of land, lying in Ihe County ol Bedford, on the watcis mfLiHle Otter, two milesenst of Liberty, join ing the land* ol Dr. Wm Austin ami others, Amtaining upwards Of 200 acres, about one jfourth of which K cleared, The greater part of the wood land is tobacco land nfllie first qual ity. There is on this Gael an excellent mill, fn good repair. The sale will take place al the mill. Any person w ishing to view the land can call on the subscriber, living near llio pre mise*. Terms will lie one, two and three years feedit, requiring of tlm purchaser bonds with] good security, and ulso a trust deed lo secure ' I he purchase mum v. HEZEKIAH FUQUA,etor. of Joseph Fuqua, dec Ju’y 2 Ids XoFvce, Vo V'oulY xVor SEALED propo.al* will be received by the Pre*ident and Directors of the Lynch burg and Salem Turnpike Company, at the Tavern of William Terry, in the town of Lib erty, Bedford county, on Ilia twenty fifth day of August nett, being the secobd ijay of (be Court of said county, for the construction of from one to two miles of Turnpik* Road, et ti'itding from that >wu of Liberty, westwardly. A board ol Directors wilt attend at l.iberiy on the day above mentioned, and will furnish to those wishing to contracl a particular de scription of the manner in which Him road is to be con.trio led, and oftheterms of the con. tract. Byorderofthe Board of Directors. JOHN M GORDON, Cleik IFF The Lexington Intelligencer is reques ted to publish this for ft weeks nnd forward tbeir account lo this office for payment. July 2. I25J Botetourt Land for Sale. * f OFFER for sale the tract of land on which I reside, in the county of Uulutourt, con laming 782 acres—there are about 220 acrea of cleared land, which is well enclosed and in tine order lor cropping. Near 200 acre* of the uncleared land is of the- Very best quality, and admirably adapted to the production ot cum, wheat, oats, rye, tobacco, hernp and clovrr, and is equal to any I ract of high land in the Stale. The improvements are a plain, but Couifnltable dwelling house, with 4 rooms, kitchen, smoke-house, &ic—7 tohacbo houses, n granery and wheat machine, all new. I will show the land and make known the terms to any one disposed to purchase. TH. GOODE. Ip” The Editors of the Richmond Whig will insert the above once a week for four weeks, and forward their aecount to this office for pay ment. T. U. July 2 • w4w blanks. Of all kinds tar sale at litis Office lyrOJUANf l AairfiLFT. JUST imbliihcd, " Rimarki on a Rtpori of Hie lata Vtnaal Conji rente, in reply to I'ttiiiexu and Mrnoriali of Rtfortntn. By Kev. Ala Smsa. To which it added an Ap PKKnix, and a defence nf Hie writer'* mnlivi-t and conduct, in moving Hie adoption of said irpoft " I Ina ii, perhaps, one of the ablest and mnet mipnrtani production* of Mi. Shinn'* pea,on the subject ot Hn pending controversy ; and will, w« trust, be read by every individual imernt ••d on either tide ol Hie <)'iettion. I lie “ Re marks" and " appendix" were published in Cincinnati ; but the demand was ao great. Hint •ery few, comparatively, could be auppbed. It i. now re.published, with the above mention* cd addition, for tbu acconintoilHiion of all wlio wifi read and think for thaiiiaelve*. TERMS. The work contain* forty-ti* octavo pages, and is pimicit in (lie beat manner, on new Is pc. I’rire 2ft cent*. 'I lio»e who Order to I the amount ot <15, *ball receive 2& copie*, and , u propori omil m mber for auv higher sum. AH order*, poll paid, and cash enclosed, may I hr addressed to I). II. Horsey, editor of Hie I Mutual Rights, be. Baltimore. It ~~ CURE B Y DU. .!• B. now VEGETABLE ME DIC I NE. I Chester County, Pennsylvania, May 12th, 1829. DEAR tifll —-Nearly a year hta elapsed Rinri' I w.ta i hIIi'iI <»n In muleitnke the tiis« <>f m iiiBn with an ulcerated uorr I• g, under I one nl its most aggravated forms.—I whs in formed the case wm of long standing, Hnd hud resisted the ordinary mod** <»f treatment in the I Imi.ds of several very re»pect>>ble members of I the profession- Instead, therefore, of pursuing the u-uh! emme, I advued him to make use of the •• aox.x>crr tiwctuee," which I hm11 pieviotnJy prescribed, und seen ve ry good effects from »t.—He did so, dressing his leg morning nud eyeing, with tlie com mon f arrot poul'ice. By pursuing this course, the leg whs restored to n sound rind healthy state in less thnn two mouths, and remains so up to the present period. It whs u«erf with complete sucres* in the case nt h child which had that running at the ears so common to children. I have prescribed your FADZZ* IiV TILLS in a very considerable extent, | and have great reoRou to he pleased with theii ] effects I consider them a valuable purgative i for the feeble and <b (irate and particularly I for Females. I would thank you to forward I me an additional supply b* the earliest con veyance, and remain, with respect, yoii<«. T. w. The above sold by HOWEL DAVIES, AGENT for Vnginia July 2._ TO THE PUBLIC. ’CK'WHERRAS a report ha* been circulated, tu the great injury of my credit and re putation, by tome person 01 parson*, actuated by malignant or sinistta motive*, that I have conveyed my properly, by deni, to my chil dren, be. in order to evade ihe payment of my just debt*, I therefore call on each end all of uij creditors, whether far great or small sums, and lor any description of ilidil whatever, pio vided they were contract! d by my privity or consent, to come forwnrd, ns I ran, with confi dence, a'Siirc thrill all llml I have it in my pnw er-tu satisfy every just or lawful debt that I owefon earth, whir h is nut already pruviderl lor hy deed or otherwise. I solieil the favor ol my creditors to apply and leceivc their money as soon ns may be conveni nt. JOHN WARE, Sr. June 2ft v.’i\.v juu7v. v.a.N-u FOR SALE. BY virtue ol a decre ol (he Cauuly Cour of Bedford, pronounced m May term 1829, the undersigned Commissioner, will, in puisoanceof said decree, on the first day of B dimd July Court nett, proceed lostll.be lore the door of Bedford Court liou-e, to Ihe highest bidder, on n credit of one, two and three years, that valuable (reel of land, lait the properly of the Rev, Janies Turner, dec'd, situate on the south side of l.iite (tiler, in Bedford county, about -1 miles south ea l from Liberty, containing by estimation SIM acies, more nr less, (innltulihg the widow's dower,) which is reserved to her during life. Aliuisl HlKI ni res ol SHid land is cleared, end « ell en closed, the balance is in woods, and tnleuibly n r II timbered, Ihe whole ol which lies remarka bly well, anil a pHrf good tobaceo land. The impiov nirnts ure commodious—a (rnmed Duelling House ol 7 or 8 rooms, wiih ail olhei convi nient and necefsaiy building*—a tmm. Apple Orchard «t about ninety or a hundred trees of well selected fruit. This is considered one of the lies' Karins in the neghbnrlioml, ly ing uiiutnally well, ami well watered. Bonds with approved security will he required ol the purchaser. Possessing, will lie giveu on tin first of Nov. netl.afall the premises (esrepi the widow * dower.) with the privilege ol teed ing ibis tad. Persons wishing to purchase can have Ihe piemitrs shown them hy applying In Mr. FrHiicis Hopkins, or (lie subscriber, living near the place. WM. LEFTWICH, Jr. Commissioner. June 28._ idl'd 1 Twenty Dollars Reward WILL lie given for epprehending and delivering in me, or seeming him in jail, iny nrgro Man BlLLY, who calls him self Billy Woddy. He absconded on Tuesday night the 23d inst. I apprehend he w ill at tempt to get to Richmond, by going down Ihe river in a boat. He formerly belonged to, Mr. Zackariah Brooks, formerly of Richmond, and if taken in Richmond and secured in jail there, I will give THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD. Billy is about thirty yrais old, well made, ra ther stout, and a shruda I'rllnw. Had on w hen he (vent ol)', a coat of domestic, cloth, tow linen pantaloons, a fur hat pretty mlirh worn He is of dark completion, and about five feet four I Indies in height. (O' The Editors of Ihe Richmond Enquirer will in'ertthis four weeks, and forward his ac count to this cilice fur payment. JAMES OGDEN. June 89 ts91 NSW JBWELRY, diC. HE subsciiliei hatjnst received (rum Now _ York, a new supply of Ladies' and Gen tlemens'elegant Gold I,ever 'Vatclie*. Also Silver LcveriHiid plain English : an assortment of I'littrif and Britannia Hare, Sugar Dishes and Cream Dots, of a new patent and superior (pialily—and Spectacle Glasses to suit all eves, all of which will he told on the most moderate ««•<«*. EDWARD BROWN. June do. irfiu OTICE—1 wish to sell my tract of land, lying in the T end of Bedford county, a seven and a half miles from —-~jS tract contains 466 acres, a hoot half in woodland, the f|alance under a good state of cultivation, and well enclosed, llie improvement sare a comfortable dwelling house, with all necessary out houses, and good barns.—As no one would probably pur chase without first viewing the premises, it will be unnecessary to bo more particular iu the description.—The terms will be accommo dating, and made known on application to tbe subscriber, living on the premises EDMUND COBBS. Dcc*k (faa * MIDWAY HOTEL, CHARLOTTESVILLE. A- XAI.'PI hn llit plmure to inform ^ tiii friends anil the public, that he lias taken this new and spb-ndid establishment, lately erected by Mr. Alexander Garrett, winch fur beauty of situation, is perhaps unrivalled being located Ml llie South Western part of Charlottesville, iu thriniilst ol a beau'ilul grove of trees, uml on a lovely! eminence,nearly cqai distant from Munlicello, (the late abode of me venerable Jefferson) and the University of Vir gia, commanding a charming prospect ol both, as well as of the surrounding country, which is remarkable lot its scenery. Tim Hotel is spacious and provided with eve ry convenience that can ronduce l > liie com fort of travellers. The bed-rooms me lofty, mry, and furnished in the ties' uianuer. The table will always be supplied with every deli cacy, which the fertile Country around can produce, and the bar offers a choice assort ment of every kind of liquors, selected with care from lliclnnoiid and the Northern cities. The Slables are of brick, airy, apacious and in etfery respect very convenient ; the water being con veyed to I lit in by conduits, insures a constant supply to the finises. Travellers who vi-it the Springs of Virginia, or resort to the upper country in quest of neallli or plensure, will find tin, the urns' eligible titu a'1011 on their route, and the present occupnnl pledge- himself to use every exertion to COlilri ' imte to their comfort. | June 26. 2wf)0 R. JOHN McGHEE—Sir, as yon are not an inhabitant of Virginia, I lake this mode, through lliu public mwstpapert. to notify you that I shall, on the 24th tiny of August, IM2!), iu the Engle Tavern, at Bedford Court House, lake the deposition of Join. Ifudnal and others, to tie read as evidence on the trial of iny suit, deferred Mill undetermined in the ( liancery side of Bedford counly e.ourl, iu no lice of a cross lull against you, John S. Brown and David Saunders. Votir obedient seivalit, VVM. McGHEE. June 26. Unfit) 1»AV»V>VVV,\VS WanlvA. TMl KN DOLLARS per month and good (are ■ will he given for good laborers to work outlie Lynchburg WaterlVorks.il immediate application is mado to Mr. A. Stein or the sub set iher. J, VICTOR. June 25. WOO To Mrs. Margaret MrKenly, ailwz. of Henry MrKenly, dec. AS you are not an inhabitant of this Com iiionwealtb, we take this method of no tifying you, that we (halt, on the 24th dny of July next, proceed, at I he house of Cap!. John Lynch, in the county ot Madison, and State of 'Tennessee, to lake the deposition of the said John Lynch, In he lead as evidence in a suit now depending and undetermined in I lie Su perior Court of Law, for the county of Camp bell, wherein you are pit!, and the President Directors and Company of the Lynchburg and Salem Turnpike Company, are defendants. If from iiiiv circumstance said deposition he not taken on the 24th, wr shall proceed at the same place on the 25th of the same month to take i.. WILLIAM RADFORD, President of the Lynchburg ii Salem Turn pike Company. June 15. 4w90 Now and beautiful fancybootls. / 1111K Ladies of Lynchburg unit adjacent Ik country, me respectfully invited to ex amice our recent supply of fashionable fancy Goods Wc give a slight sketch of their style and character : Salmon, blue, pink, straw and lilac plain Pal inerioe Watered, striped, shaded and figured Langued oc Bareges Seemed morning Barege, new stylo Caspian Shawls ol the most beautiful shades A great variety of rich ivotked Muslins and checked do 5 4 plain Buhbiuett lace, sup. to any hereto lure impurled First quality Is Ik. Italian' Lutestrings Which, with numerous otliei articles in the lalhionable line, they am determined to of fer to their friends at the lowest market pri ces. McKKK, ROBINSON k CO. June 1 Tint subscriber oilers lor Sole 10 Mills IV. Iiulia and N.O. 5ugar,a puit fust chop 5b Bags Green Coffee 5 do old Java do 2 lihds and 5 bhs Molasses 3 tons country Bar Iron 1 do Fuglish do for Curringe Tyres 250 Sacks best Liverpool filled Salt, 10 to the ton 25 libl- New Herrings 10 do Slntd 15 do Maccarel lOOu lbs. Cotton Yarn assorted, No*. 6 to 15 1000 lbs. Soal Leather 15 f a ks Nails und Iliads 10,00b Ihs Bacon 15 bills sup. Floor TOO lbs. spinning Cotton 500 yards low and tl ix Linen 20 boxgg Window Glass,. 5 X 10 10 X 12 50t>lbs. Blistered Steel 150 lbs German do 3 bags black Pepper 2 do white Ginger 3 cases wool anil Tur Hats 1 box No. 10 Cotton Cards t 1 bid Allum I do Copperas 10 Kegs Powder JO Bags Shot l" Mils Malaga W ine 5 Irani Imp. ami Gun Tow tier Tea 600 Jbs. Loal Sugar, pari first chop family Sicily Madeira Wine. Spanish float and B»n gal Indigo, Writing, Letter and Wrapping Ta per, Sperm and Tallow Camllas. Shoe Thread, Domestic Cottons, Stripes and Cheeks ; Lard, Beeswax and 1 allow, Chewing Tobacco ; IT*4. 7-3 and 1 inch Hoop Iron, Waggon Buckets, Horse Collars, Leading Lines and Bed Cords, ; Nests. Wood Ware, Wool and Wool Rolls. Vine gar, Aic. &c allot which ho will sell on ac commodating terms for cash, or in barter far country produce, for which a liberal price will lif given. GKQ. BAGBY, I Bank Square, Lynchburg. June 13 1 in rjlHe subscriber has ju*t established,; and JL has now in operation near his residence, McAlister’s old Store, near Mr. Tbot. Reid's Mill on falling, ox the road leading from the R«*d House in Charlotte, fo Lynchburg, a first tale new (aiding Machine. The price for carding will be 8 cent* the pound. The wool must be brought to the machine in a clear slate and greased with about I pound nfgrcese fo every it) pounds of wool. He hope* by his ex ertions to have the work executed in a most sat isfactory manner, to receive encouragement in this undertaking. \VM. THOMPSON, Jr. ICT It will be necessary to send a blanket or something of the kind to return the rolls on. June 1. 3 ioo83 V^BEaiq fills morning opening a case Leg. Nr# horn., surprising in style and cheap, ness those previously offered, and considered low. McKEE, ROBINSON & GO. June 1 coMaaxssxoar business FIT HE subscriber inform' his friend* and the M. public that be cunlmuei to do business on Commission, and promises that no pains shall br spared to give entire satisfaction In all Planters and Farmers who may confide to bis management Ibe sale nf Tobacco, Flour, or other produce. His office will be kept et (he Store ol Messrs. J. Jr 8. Halsey, licit doer below the Farmer * Bank D. 8AUNBEKS, jr. Jan. 19. 12m UW1LL sell from 300to 600 acres ol unclenr ed laud, lying in Bedford county, three quarters of a mile from New London Academy and thirteen from Lynchburg. It it well adapt ed loth* culture of Tobacco anil the different kind ol gram usually cultivated in the neighbor hood ; is well watered, and lies better Ilian any tract of ils sixe in this part of the country. It is ao situated as to be entirely exempted from do mage by heavy rains or high water The terms will he very accommodating ; say one, two and three years, upon a small payment in hand. Enquire of the subscriber, one mile and a lial south of New London. ALEX. AUSTIN. Jan. 17. *29 Anti-Dyspeptic or sour stomach Pills. INDRiEb'l ION or Sour Sloniaeh is acknow lodged by M'diml writers to be a complaint of stubborn kind, al ail limes very difficult ol cure. This is sufficiently illustrated in tha dis appointment of those who unfortunately suffer •rider it, a - they for the most pari find that, af net having tried many I lungs lo little nr no pur pose, they are at last obliged to use fur perhaps the remainder uf lite such ankle* as can at best but palliate the disease. Undei such circum stance* any medicine capable ol removing the, complaint must surely he an article highly deserving the atlenth-n of all those afflicted with it. The proprietor of these Pills is there fore happy in offering to the aftlicied an invalu able medicine, the success of which has never yet been equalled for the cure nf Dyspepsia in ils most complicated forms, such as loss of an petite, nausea or sickness at tlie stomach, ami sometimes vomiting, b'dching up water which is sometimes models, bu' most commonly sour, gnawing pain in the stomach, heartburn, or wtial is called sour stomach, cosfivencts. pale ness of'the countenance, languor, lowness ol spirits, palpitation <>t the heart, vertigo or gid dines", and tlistuibed deep, Ac, W hoever ap plies these Tills in the above diseases according to the directions, will never he disappointed, ns they have novel once been known to tail in prodn ing a radical ant, permanent cure* The uso of a single Inn will convince llie most unbe lieving of their efficacy. They u ill most effec tually remove nil imiine-i of the stomach, not merely by neutralising the acid, but hy correc ting that morbid -tale of the "ccre'imis w hich give rise to if,and at thesamr time will res lore to the debilitated organs of digestion that lono and vigour which is absolutely necessary to the well Doing of the animat economy A supply of the above valuable Tills just re ceived and for sale by Thomas f. Duval, sole a gent for tbe sales in this place. T. 1. DU'VAl,. April 30 One half of Rose Isle for Kale. I WISH lo St ll this valuable liacl of lanu, 1. lying on lye Itiver, in Nelst n county, h boui 18 miles from New Market, (at tlie junc tion of Tye hikJ James River,) where there is an iris11el:I ion fur Tobacco ami beat naviga tion to Kiclimniul ; in Ihe neighborhood there are two first rale mamd'acluriog mills for Hi nr. I lie half of the tract contains, by estimate, 1500 acrp«, amt m good repair. Tins tract w consi dered one of the best in Nelson county, particu larly well adapted lo tobacco,c rn Si wiieal. The land is well watered and timbered, and a great deal of tine tobacco land to cut. There is a body of 150 acres of low gionnds of good <|tml ily on lfie river, aiiai bed lo either half ol this desirable place The purchaser will he allow ed lo purchase either half ol this estate (the ( lower or Ihe upper put lion) ns may best soil Ills wishes. Ii is useless to give a further descrip tion oltliis desirable esiati, ns those wishing to purchase will lirst view the premises. Mr. A ciei, residing on the place, will shew the land to any persun wishing lo view it I am dispns rd to sell on accommodating terms, but a imr gain can be had (or cash, or I would take ne groes in payment Letters addressed lo me or Hr. Ci A. Rose, in Lynchburg will be piompllv attended to. LAN DON R. CABELL. May 7. Is7d J I If E.— 1 he suliscr.lier having acted in JLsl the character ol Deputy Sheiiff lor the late 1 tnniias V\esi, Slierifl ill the conn y of Camp, bell, from June, I82ti, until April, 1828, and w isnmg to close all inaltcrs count pled w nil his olfv ml 'dune's whilst acting in that capncuy, herein notifies all persons having claims or de mands agonist llie late ShentV, lor Ihe acts of said deputy to-bring hem forward immediate ly for adjustment and settlement. And all who have claims against the subsc. ilier individually, either by bond, note, or account, are likewise requested, andlieieby notified, to present them without dtlay ; as this uolificatioii will he pleaded m bar ol all such as are not presentee in a reasonable time. GERMAN JORDAN. May 11. 3iu77 SNUFFS. Mnsuiapa'am Irish high 1 oast Seemed liiown, Rappee Beaumont s Mixture, Ike. French Rappee •lost received by T. 3. VL'VAL. June II Fresh Drugs ami Medicines. W N>'C subscriherhaslately received aSM ALL* sLL additional supply of FRESH DRUGS At MEDICINES, which makes his ASSORT. ME NT very complete. He receives SMALL supplies almost every week, bv which means, his stock, though not the LARGEST,is always FRESH and sufficient to meet any orders that he may be favored with. THOMAS J. DUVAL. N. B. Prescriptions faithfully attended to by Virginia Bred YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Jan. ’. it anr A'jaaYAiLt? experienced nawTT |j ALMSON March ‘ rs‘lf i speih© seers DAVID Al KUBKRT KVLK, lake plea-ure iti announcing (he Bril arrival of their ) spring Goods, to which, being chiefly in the Fancy hue—they respectfully invite tha elten. tiou uf the Ladies—aiming the article* received are : Super blk. llalinn 'Lusti mgs Rich blue, blue block, pink, olive, & straw col are*. Uio de Maps A few pieces uf splendid while watered Uro de Rapa Black *nd fancy colored, striped and figured Silks Black, while, Wue, pink and drew colored Flo rences | Black Sating and Modes I White, pink, Wue, ctutiamon and straw colorad Satins Black Senchews and Salin Levantine* A few pieces Baltiesse, very handsome Gro de Map and Satin Bonnet Ribbons Jet black and second mourning do Rich Decoupe do new style While, pink, blue, and straw col'd,watered belt Ribbons Rich Decuu| e and Gro tie Man dress Shawls Calicoes, new style, rich and indelible colors A few pieces Swiss Ginghams, beautiful Super black Mankin and Canton Crapes Cambrics, Jnekouet and Swiss Muslins Purling mid Bobinett Footing Handsome assortment Cap Ribbons lilack barege and Gro de Map dress Shawls Linen Cambric Huudkerchiels, white k colored borders Italian Crapes and Crape Messes, every shade Ladies blk. and white Prunella Slioss Long Lawns and Grass Cambrics Black and white silk Hosiery, kc. The aLove articles, it is believed, with rrsport to quality and style, are not to be surpassed — and prices quite mode ate. ADDITIONAL ,\ KECf.Mi arrival enables us at this time sill to rifle.- to the public a still more desirable asror'meiit than heretofore—Among other arri des are Artificial Flowers, the most beautiful Lace Collars and Pelerines, the richest style Long while Kid Gloves Short, black, white, and fancy colored do. Blk silk Buttons, splendid thread Laces and Edgings, fancy figures Gymp Lin es, unusually cheap dei rsucker Ginghams, a cheap and handsome article 1 ortoise Shell Tuck Combs I uck, side, and long bent do, Brazilian Ladies'black and white Prunella Shoes h ;oe» rollon and thread on spools I aliau Sewings, every shade I)I-coupe long Scarls, the very richest SI'01 • . do. cheap, vet beautiful Plain and TamhouredBook Muslins 5 4 nod 6 4 Sw iss and mull Muslins Liisirmg m.d Sattin Ribbons, every width arid shade Fine Jaconet Crsvatingg Super blk. Italian Silk do, I- me and sup. ifine Barcelona do. Plain ami fig’d while Marseilles Plain extra buff do. Sup. Valencia do. Jei blk. Briichelles. for Gentlemens’ summoi wear, the hundsomest article now worn Gentlemens’ black and white Silk 1-2 Hose Super double India Cotton do. A few pieces super brown thread Drilling Metal coat Buttons, treble gill fancy Vest do. first style Blue ami blk. tasting do. Super blk. Silk Velvet 1 piece blue Black, most superb Gentlemens' super black and fancy cai'd. horse skin Gloves Woodstock and Doc do. superior A lew dozen su| er English white Silk, do Gentlemens’ Silk pocket Handkerchiefs first chop r n , ALSO, Domestics of cveiy description, and a large supply of spun Colton Yarn.ol every size, from Mo. 7, to 10, inclusive M . LNLLiisn ooons: m r-M ILf.LVlLM wishing to purchH.se Cloths ** and Cnssimeres.will please call at David Is. Bobert Kyles they have recently received a supply III that line, of itle best English Man ufaclure, principally blue and black, with a few Pieces lancy colors, whit It they can offer with confidence to the public—for fine materials "ol id textures, and beautifully rich shades, they cannot be surpassed-perhaps have never vet been equalled,at the prices tor which these me now selling. . r . _ ALSO, A hew doz. Gentlemens beaver Hats, of the very first order. hardware* Ihe subscribers has also received ,i ini;;e assort mi nt of Hardware, among which is almost eve. ry article in t.ie Sadleiy line, viz : Ladies'and Gentlemens'full and half nlate Stirrups r Full and hall plate bridle Bill* Smooth filed Roller and Inlet Buckles everv' size ' 3 Real and sham Roller plated Buckles Plated Slides, cveiy size lacks and Saddle Busses A few Gro stunning Webb Worsted and Cotton Webbings, 0f everv des Bcripiion in dfimnd Etrst rate Gigg ami t itling Whips Gtgg handles and Bands, kc. kc. Saddle Trees and Hegsl„.iS „re ,')llilv ,..reeled The i grocekieh, 1 hey have also on hand a general n-sortraent Oi Groceries. among other article* are urU»ans and Mnscavauo Sugars Cuba and Java Coffee ° ’ A few boxes Chocolate 1 epper, Spice and Ginger 200 sacks Salt, Liverpool fi||e,| “"j&r'1'" *“■ <•» A few boxes best Imperial Tea. kc __ D R.KVLE ^ “"Utl-N, «Mpvc\uU\\H> \ IThM.. -- business in ■ ^oletalt ftne.we hsve accordingly ,1,, ring the present Spring, made every provision forth., purpose,a„d nre „„w prepared mTp. | every a°r.k^1nUd?ni*!r? ■ln.o« every article in demand, m either Staple fan cy or Hardware line, and at a very moderate Ann*23 UAVID L ROBERTKVLE. . -■-—_.__18 * awable l.amtfor Sale. ' 1 J'ISHtoiell my tract of Land, . .7,n8 Amherst county, ad-1 joining ,he lands of Messrs. U rrr—-«l Daniel, L. Winston, Ambler and lhl* |ra« ot land contains about 319 acres—lies weH—ts ,n one of the best neigh borhoods in the country, and is surpassed by few upland plantations for ferliliiy „f soif There .. a good proportion of first rate Tobac co land on it, and the balance well adapted fo Ihe cultivation of small grain. It has too ex celle.it apple orchard, „„ it) Rnd ea™ £ creek tew grounds, sufficiently fertile to grow lobBcco or make excellent meadnws. Asl am desiroii.to remove to the Western Country 7" e,v,:a great bargain in .hi. desirable jilace. The terms will lie one third cash the balance in one and two years. A sailIrl’-.I 5S T ■»—**»V 4“.'TZ ’ jZt 18 ISAAC HANSARD. _____U88 Sofia W ater •TSSSSf’-*''*... Sw rjruVv™" ■ “Tis are direct from PARIS and LONDON. b T J-Dl’V.U VEGETABLE MEDlClile _ ulnerally. fcs Montgomery Co. I pprr Oul.li,, Township , | Dr. Howell—Sir a **“«<<«». lbtt.P’$ 1, I have been recommended to call on . for assistance fo, „ child ol n,ine ulm I. , to fits. She wa* Wlth ^ J “**!«* four nionlht old, and bat them by Uout •nice. Sim it now three years oldP ,*,er had three Physician* to attend her hut .n no purpose. The child is hearty, ui,h the cepltuti of those spells. Please Vo send * *B few hoes by the hearer, eipret.ive of your ,?,? nion whether you can cure or help her 1 Vours, ISAAC WOOD J I his child, who had been subject to vlo| fill tor a period of more Ilian two y,.Br, eniitely restored to health in a few day* ’ has continued free from tlieiir evei tincv ’ a‘“1 IKKT1HCATES. I hnve seen Mr. Wood’s child repenlei. since, and ever that the was entirely cuif d .‘•v Hr. Howell, a* represented in the *i„t_ V. latement. i"l<1 The case of Mr. Wood’s child, while it justly excite our admiration, is one Hj|: , ■\ consider as mnrked with striking feature, the early age of four months she wa. , with fils, and suffered to a distressing degree b the violenre of the paroxysms. Wotwit|,s,a' f mg the efiorts of three very respectable ,„0' lesstonul gentlemen, the paroxysms Co|l|j' . to recur alter the usual inletvals, and with t|, usual degree of violence. This ,tuiv • ' ronhouea until the child reached her 3r,t »hdi is for more than two year*. I)r. Huwe ' was al length consulted but at a time when lii lleliopes were entertained hy the family l|)a* I any eftectual service could be rendered by hu man agency. Bui lo ihe self gratulatioft ofthc parents and ihe happiness of ib? little si.Ur rei complete, eftectual, and permanent re lie I »„ almost immediately obtained. Alter Ihe e»|, bilioo of a lew doses of the medicine, her health w as established. A period ol nine months |,B. since elapsed without a return ofthe paroxysm’' or even a symptom of the complaint. Havine a knowledge ol the fact and acquainted wiih the circumstuce of the case, I cheerfully Si,l. • scribe to the reality and correctness of the l«, e going statement. JOHN I'IKLI>. PhiladetjJiia, July 4, 1829. Warren county, Nov. 16 la-'s» Dr. John B Howell. Deau Sm—You have requested my opinion on the character of your V, getable Family I ills In reply, I am able lo stale, that i made use ot them lora nutnher of year. ,„v ow n particnlai use, besides administering them to a great number of persons under a variety of forms ot disi asi', and always with the hap,he,* results. One pa'ticular and remarkable case was I Imt ot Rii.-s C-- —. This lady was alliici ed, lot a period of tw o years, with ciandni .e swellings ofa very la.ge size, wliieh, after mg fully developed, broke and discharged a great deal ol matter, by which site wa. reduced to a very low and weakly stale. The Approach of Ihe tumors was announced by a ptiekm* Mn. salion or itching on the surface, inflammation then proceeded rapidly, un'il they weie fully formed. Whenever the itching was perceived her piacuce was to take one pill, and by ihe use ol ,he pills lot twelve weeks, taking only two a week, the growth ol the tumors was ar rested, and their subsequent appearance en titely prevented ; after which she continued lo mend and gained strength verv rapidly. J’rc vinos lo this, she had been attended by a vetv respectable medical gentleman, but w ithout ef fect—and to the use of the Family Fill, alone I do not hesitate to ascribe her extraordinary restoraliai . Anoihe case waslhatofa child subject to fits, in which instance they dill not fail to ac complish a complete cure. 1 have exhibited them in Dvseuterj , Bilious complaints, Uebilr iy, and Organic deiangement, with very dver tied effects, and feel no hesitation in recommen ding til pm as valuable medicine in the afo:e said complaints, and wherever a mild purge* live is required. With sentiments ofetleein, Respect fully yours, JOHN FIELD P. S. It may not be improper to suppradd, that in my own personas instance, a lew werks since, I softered Irum an attack of something liki Dysentery, and found a few ilcsyn of the Fills li remove it eflectualy, unaided by any n-. liter means. j , ' Fetter from Theodore F. H. Fyman. Dr. Howell—Sir, I would inform you, that in I he summer of 1826, I was severely afllieifd w ith Ihe Liver ci inplaint, or soineiliing ap pri-ximaiing nearly to Consumption. I had ""*d< use of difleren* medicines p.i some little lime, w uhi tit any radical alleraimn lor Ihe heller, when I was induced by a particular ri-nd, Rirs I-, to make nsh ol your P'J IS AN ; I tin so in eonjunclton with "the Fumitt Fills, and in liner or lour weeks 1 was perfect Iv restored to health, and have enjoyed it un interruptedly up lur the present time. Should these 11 mart s he of any service lo you, you ate at liN-rly to tnaki wliat use you think pro pel ul tinm Sir,cer*'y vnur THEODORE P. H. LYMAN Philadelphia, April 30. 1827 Certificate of Pho hc ltill.it. I was a,tacked rlui ing the last winter with a complaint lo which I nail been more or less side jec' lor several years, viz : the Bilious CholicK and wliich, at this time, for lour mouths was ""commonly severe. In this situation I applied to Dr John B Howell, who put me under a course of his “ Vegetable Family Pills," in cm* junction w i'll his Goldan Tincture of China* the complaint was entirely subdued, and my health perfectly restored in the course of four or five weeks I now enjoy my’ usual health, arid have had no return of mv former coin I'1**"". PHfEBE W1LLIT* No. 73. Arch siree* rriuattelphia, April 10,1827. Certificate, vI Catharine Arbristo. I had a comp'aiiil jg my right eve, which was inflamed and week ; an nicer discharging vel lf,w matter openedjust below the eye, on tho ' ight cht eh ; a surgical operation w as pronoun red necessary by h medical gentleman, but I was not willing to submit toil. In this sl»lc of l he case I applied lo Dr. Howell, who put me under a course of hi- Golden Tincture ot F bina, in conjunction with bis“ Vegetable Fa* uiily Pills, which btitirelv supercedes the neces s.iiy 01 a surgical operation. The inflainmn imn was removed, the ulcer healed, anil the strength nl the eye was entirely 1 estored, with nut the pain, inconvenience, and scar of a 9«i. gical operation. CATHARINE ARBRISTO No 282 Market st. above Sib Philad. April 26, 1627. ff'HE subscriber, who is appointed agent fie J V ijginia, lias Ibis Uhv received h largo snpply of Dr. Jolin Brasicr Howell’* Vegetable Medicines, which will be sold ai Philadelphia prices. HOWEL DAVIES. AGENTS. Mr. James McKildoe, Richmond. Messrs.Bragp,Jones .and Co. Petersburg. Of whom may be bad Dr. John B. Howell’s Vt getable Medicines generally. . HOWEL DAVIES,. May 18. 1WILL give a liberal price for a smart ac tive hoy, between twelve grid fourteen years of age. A coal black from the counlry would he preferred Apply to the subscribe.'* or Mr. H. D. Murrell, in Lynchburg. ISA ML. M. SCOTT June 29 u91