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'HF. subscribe T1TY QUAN vlticb i^Hbred it^n^Jm^TWdding oppositi the IkU*wMN(^nd OTnch he will sell LOW orCXSIl.orcm a short credit tor negotiable endured notes. JAMES LOWNES. Tth mo. ?2>1.1812. FJMIE subscriber lias ren;'«!<*J his office t« the Market house, where he continues t» kuv and sell on commission all kinds of StocV —also Tobacco, Flour, &c. And will be a* all times ready to sell at public auction be fore the Belt Tavern, or in the morning,at the Market IIoum Houses, Lands, Furni ture, Slaves^J^aB^ae^Mes^Raiulize, Vessch and Cargoes, uv My species of property that mav be offered Advances of cash made If required. BARTLF.TT STILL, Broker & Vendue Master, Richmond, Virginia. K B His stated hours in the office will be Tom 8 to 9 o’clock A.M.and from 4 to 6 o’ clock p. m. A B. S. 1 ALL fODfS. JUST imported in the ship Georgian a, and brig Aurora froS Liverpool, 300 l*ackaj*e«>r Goods, and by the next arrivals tin/ subacriher expects tiie balance ofhis assortin' ni. Kendal Cottons, Rose Blankets, Striped do. Plains, Flannels, Kerseys, RumOazctts, Hals, Superfine Cloths, Manclu stry, Saddlery, Ironmongery, Nails, Crates, Window Glass. ALSO—OmllAN D, Liverpool iill«CJie!v Salt, Coarse Du. Ixiaf Sugar, Urown do. Coffee, Molaasej, Castings, Snuff. Pork, i Fisli, 'ar, [ar Iron, “PP*'r» lumber, &c. &e. All of which I wish to sell for the best price |lie Market affords. X. I). Wanted, B1LI.S ON ENGLAND. FOR REXl'—A LARGE Fire-Proof Warehouse at Rocketts. CHARLES WHITLOCK. «et 15. *■---— NEW ESTABLISH MEN I*. FTIHE Subscriber bus taken the HOUSE A at thecoriu-rof main &• fifteenth streets, opposite the Hell-Tavern, and oilers for s de, on accommodating terms, by wholesale and /•tail, the following articles, viz. 3(MJhds 1 si quality Brown Sugar [gener ally large.] 25 Bbls. l)o. do. do. 30 Do. 1st Ik 2nd quality Philadelphia Loaf Sugar. 10 Chests ilysA Tea. 20 Boxes Impuilsddu superior flavour. JO Puncheons lllm, old & well flavoured. $ Half iln. do. do. f Pipes Country*!in. 1 IV). of'supeApr quality. 15 Tllids lvtail^f Molasses. C ♦ >«>. Philadelphia Whiskt y. 15,000 lbs. Pja*);; Greeij^Jott'ee. $'J JO Ihs. 10 Bags I 6 1)0. Pi 50 Ki 300 12 Boxes English 1 300 Groce Bottle C< 100 Reams Wrapping Paper. 30 Boxes best Spanish Segars. 50 Barrels Prime Pork. 50 Du. Fish. And expects by tliefirst arrivals from Phila delphia and Baltimore, 6 tons Shot, Irons as sorted, Iron Castings, Whiskey, &c. lie ha1 also on hand, from 5 to 6000 dollars worth o< DRY GOODS, assorted, which will he sold on long credit, or bartered for prime Tobacco, ~ WM. SHEPHERD. mblcrt. Rirhmnrd, Oet 12w. 1812. tf. For Sale hy S. 1JA^santh, Richmond. MiicAonika, CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES , Exhibiting in a methodical manner the most remarkable occurrences from the creation ot the World to the present period —Compn bend ing brief accounts oCjnvcnt ns anil discoveries In f very ih f rlimjBy^jri. uce ; biographical and historical sket^^^j^-si OflHc.es of the U S'ites ; discoveriesJofcountries ; foundations ot empires, Oc. C*c-To which is Med, sever al valuable Tables—Price Two Dollars, in ele gant binding. 07- BUCHANAN’S CHRISTIAN UE SEARCHES ML ASIA,—3'^/ To which ia added t “ A STAR IN lT ML fyri THK lebratcd Sermon, EAST.” ahdwakk, lattNMovr.y.uv cutlk KV, Kc. beBRRAM, Sign OotDEw Anvii., (R.) formerly Main Street, Richmond—-Mas just received by tlie John St Adam from London, am Ceres from Liverpool, 30 Tons superior quality liar Iron, assorted, flat and square i a very catenae assortment e eleg.mt T- a Trays faAVail Of all kinds| Coffee WMs ; Iron bottoms ; Copp^y an Tea K'-tMes; Iron UBre o. Smoothing Irons ; ^p« It a I first rat llftca srrith’a llel incites » .'Smith’s \ vils k t^ces, of all sizes , Tiles j Rasps; H\rk Irons j Sledge and Hand Hammers; ScreetfPlates,&c kc. kc. being a on to his former Stock on ftermined to sell the City, at 2, Stock Lock* irs with Sheet nt Cast Iron izen ; Fbt or assort mer.* of from 34 to 36 consider bte add fiaitd— all of whir low for cash, or a 4 or 6 months. Dec. 17. tf. KlttS «; MURRAY, Hare received and DOA COimS, con tensive assortm •ns, Caite >rs, of the Oliver W_ City Point—“they of titeir CO TS' tVf| tlcry, which ma,__. _ •t dor 10 Wys ; all of which t' On .va,unable ter ns, for ca A per. 07* 30 Wales Napt Co Oct, 26. now opening their I.OV ing of a valuable and ex ‘ — ereg> Lin on board . vtol, now at hie portion are and Cut in the course offer for sale, >r negotiable pa •u hand. tf $00 T)ol!ars "Howard. /V Bundle containing 300 sheets of 20 Dollar £Notes printed in blank f«»r the Farmers’ Rank of Virginia, was taken out of a Kox am' supposed to be stolen on tbe night of the 19th nit. at tbe house o^AI-sstm^o^I brd jl Talia *erro, in Fr<nhj^^^»urg.^^W|^?i>i>\v rew are " ill be paid to^jrBrsun V Up w ill deliver the said Notes to l)ah#v IlcntJbn, Esq. of that plarc, or to the^n.scriheiy ^*1 tli<“ rded against im position, thm^nrvi^roi^K’d, that no Twent Dollar Notes have beenAnr will be itsued in tbe Farmers’ Bank ofwirginia, or any of its Branches, until further notice. WM. NEKERVIS, Ca»k*r, Richmond, Nov. 2. eptf. Ji/st KKCEtrttn A*r mis Office, A fresh Supply of Doctor Dyott’s PATKA^/'lsf FAMILY XTF.DICIATF.S. Including the c«t«iw;()l! r and IUIEU M XTIC DROPS, &cWC<c. &c. Oct. 5. tr Lately /mblishedumlj'or saleby S. Pleasants, Richmond, A GENERAL SELECTION, Of the newest & most admired HYMNS and SPIUl I UAf» SO^iGS, now hi use.—Hv the Rev. Stith Mf^W*^^cond edition, re vised, corrected and enlarged, and published by nermission’of the Virginia Confei*cnce held at Raleigh N. C.)—price 62 1-2 cents. Just ftublis/icd by .S Pleasants, Richmond, [Price S 2 73.] A SUPPLEMENT, Containin'' the ACTS Of the General jIssemblv of Virginia, Of a public Sc generally interesting nature, passed since tbc SESSION OF AJBF.MBLY, which commenced ir^jJ^L^ar one thousand eight hundreiWaiul seven. Published pursuant to an *et nr the General As sembly , napscd the ten to il.-iv of Pehruarv, one thousand eight hundred and twelve. To which are added. The TITLES of PRIVATE ACTS, and PESOLIJTIONS of a Oenerallv Public Nature; with numerous Notes of Refer ence, and a copious Index to the whole. Samuel ada.ms, 13 now receiving by the Oliver Els worth from Liverpool, ami theS.dly f rom NewAork, a gen eral assortment of v Hardware, Iro-iJtmtrel Cutlery and .SuJtllcrv — 20 Uriels or Ta/hers Oil 1700 Gnllnn^p haledo. 3 Tons Novsrecotia. Jprind Stones, 2 Pair Esophus MiMR.ooes,4 & 4 1-2 feet, Cast Steel, \r\jjm JJ.dl Hods, liar and Sheeted tWfn. An assortment of Military Goods, and an addi tional supply o best Dut ch Molting Cloths, and one Philadelphia Gig and Harness, which art ottered for sale on moderate terms. Richmond, Dec. 7, 1812. 4, NEW YOlfcK LOTTERY. Union College—No. SCHEME. 1 prize of g20,000 is S20.000 1 do. 15,000 1 do. 10,000 1 do. 5,000 2 do. 2,000 3 do. 1,000 8 do. 500 15 do. 200 25 do. 100 70 ' 10,000 5.000 2.000 1,000 500 200 100 15.000 10.000 5.000 4.000 3,00^ 4.000 3.000 2.500 3.500 2,600 67,400 no d». ' 6740 do. 6997 prizes ai S 140,000 The Drawing of thin Orarnl lottery, will commence in the City of N’tw-York, on the 1st Tuesday in next month, and will continue to draw 600 Tickets each day unt il finished. An accurate Check Hook will he kept of this TiOtterv, at the AIH.IJS OFFICE, that the ear liest intelligence of th'-ir success may he given to adventurers.—-ORDERS IfY I’OST from any part of the Stste, and every information re specting the above or any of the Baltimore Lot teries, will he always given gratis, and with the greatest pleasure to those who may be inter* ested. Nov. 23. tf. JU8T PUBLISH Ell, And f*r tale by S. Pleasants, Richmond, (PRICE ONE nOI.r.AH) Historical Letters; Originally written for ainj^oblished in the Vir ginia Argus: Includin'' a brief hut general view of the 11 i storjT oflPHic WorM, Civil, Military and Regions, from the earliest times to the yearof onr Lord, 1812. " /litlory it Philosophy, teaching by example.** just r un i: isjtf.d, Anti for Sale a lf. a Sant's* Book nnw/, Poems Dilutions, Br High aid Dbamkt, TR T.'hAF SUGaR', &c. I ^ Boxes and Chests Imperial and Voting I Hyson l ea of ihiAca rf^importavion, just received from PhJuTel^tt—And will have m a tew days hyJfie Scanner Young Car ‘lenter from samfplact^O Barrels Loaf Su g ir and 4() H<uJfs opposite the Bell-Taveff, b^ Wm. SHEPHERD. December 21, laiQ tf. Domestic Medicines TO BE HAD CENUINK, AT THE BOOK STORE OK MR. S. PLEASANTS, A large supply of Dr. Church’s Cough Drops, a medicine unequalled by any other in t'te world, tor the cure of Coughs, Colds, Vsthmas, Consumptions, and the Whooping Cough, price 75 cents—Also, his Chemical Essence and Extract of Mustard, for the cure of Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, Pal* sey, 8cc. price 75 cents each bottle or box. Aiuloy ne essence for the head ache, fifty cents. Volatile Tincture for the tooth ache, 37 1-2 cents. Antiscorbutic Tinctuue for cuving the scur vy in the Gums, wiiwulu^ the teeth and sweetening the p^ic S 1. Church’s Virmifuge Lozengey for destroying worms in grown persons ojfchildren, 50 cents the box. Eye Salve for all diseases of the eyes, 75 cents per box. The celebrated BotauicalTea, 1 dollar the cannister. Church’s Anlibilious P'l's for malign int and billious fevers and all disorders of the head, 50 cents the box. German Corn l’laisie’, for Corns, 50 cents the packet. I llh. subscriber tenders his services to hi, friends and the public, as Comimssioi^^yKliatit:: Hi will also receive Mau'UV I’ltODUCK, b :. on 8TOII VtiE, oi^^^Hnost reasonable terms, at the LumhcrlTnUe occupied by Mr. Frederick Clarke, ncxUKor to Mr. Ja». liutch inson’s, fronting the iTasin. UODERT M. PULLIAM. Jan. 7. eptf. WANTED TO IIIIIE, for the ensuing year, or to pmclia“ NejjOTFoman, without children, wh^can ohtic* well recom* mended as a pood i#Kin Conk, and v-ith a good character. EnquJt of the Printer hereof. •Ian 11. M tf. TIIP, The WhicVlic no# occupic street/^todi/g to <Jm •'US to th^^Iarket. be madvwtd im required^ lN|pt will bgfto Hen r)scribcr offers for s do. ouses posse Uic cross contigu t'c will had if tveks, it M. 6MNTL 1^' viri’ie of a de il of trust executed by \A ill am Staten to tne, for the purpose of securing the payment of a certain sum of mo ney, therein mentioned, to Armistcad Russell ; I shall o.i the l2'.h day of the lie At nr.nth ■ Fe bruary) sell to lie highest bidder, on the pre mises, for cash, a TKACT FjAX H. Helongmg to the said ijJKcrTan l on which ha now resid-s, lying n^|k\V:«re-Oeek, in the county of New Kent, auflcun a ning between one hundred nod twenty'M'c, & one hundred & fiiry Acres, •< by»g ajMrt o a tract fut’in.:rly belonging to Kusscll, sen’r. dec’ll, called AYare-CreeV. Persons disposed to purcln so, are invited to view the Land previous to the day of sal -. WM. AR.VllS I'EAD. Jan. 17- 7t. eceived, of a su of by 6 cents SEINE TIP JOHNSON & WAR 4000 lbs. ot Kentucky S perior quality, which the quantity, at the mo, per lb. < Richmond, Jan. 11, 1813. CAUTro THE subscriber is oUHWfto caution the public against Hi ofhp^Sli^ag and Fishing, on his Farm in (.o< chlwdronnl v. He especially foi ewan# all persons from Hunting with Dogs, ha/ing of Seines, foul ing the River, ard crowing tile Farm. Such trespasses williie prosecuted with vi. gour. _ _ JOSEPH TRENT. Richmond, 4th J|h. 181.3. 5w r armors’ Bank of Virginia. THE StockI»older*carhJiercby notified, that agreeably'o the Cli^te«)f incorporation, the Fourth instalment MWJFlwenty-five dollars, on e-<ch share of Siock/wdl be payable at the Hank, or at the OfTiils of Discount and Deposit, on the 5lh of Fehjuary next. . . ITM. NRKF.RV18, Cashr Richmond, 4m January, 1813. t5thP. Raleigh Tavern—For Lease I HE RALEIGH? A VERM <n Williamsburg, wdl he rented for the present year, anil imme diatc possession givenbe leased for three or five years. 'U/Tmta a large and va tushie pasture attac||d#b the Tavern, and several Beds and otlfPWl.oiiseliold furniture, mav he had with ''ie ej/iblishmcnt, as well us t%vo Cooks, a male an#remafe, may he obtain ed b\ purchase, by ttpse who rent or lease tlie Tavern. For terms, appb/to Robert Anderson, F.sq. of'Wdliamsbnrrr^.dward \V. Trent, Esq. of Richmond, or the subscriber, living in I* comity. W\f. C Jan. 4th, 1813. •lust tfcceivetl, 47 llliih. Miincat^BSupar, 5 Oases ll.dt mhlers, 20 fluxes fres^^Mimtard, and 30 Rids N. M s* & Prime PORK 4VO REEF—For sat^pposiU the llell Tav ern—-bv W VI. SHEPHERD Jan. 4th, 1813. V Agree \ui,y to a <l<. Court of Henrico Tavern, in the City r the 18th day of tiiis months credit, Fom belonging to the HVtUV CO>lM Jan. 4> 1813. of tlie County Id, at the Iteji , on Monda) auary) on 12 rton, dec'd. ION E US. * LAND FOR SALE. IN conformity to the dilutions of the Inst Will atul Testotnent orCol. J(,l,n H.irvie, !cC u. I shall oH'e^fiir s^fe, to the highest bul ltf'» die dour ot t^^fllell-Tavem, in this Ci tv, on Thursday tltoWi day of Feb. next, il •air, if not, the nioft fal^ljiy, ' A Tjuct op Land, I»yinjj in the county nUjhesterfield, supposed to contain about spjrnliinilrcd acres. The Old lies contrru the lands of Mrs. Smith, of Peter F SiJTil 'tilers, anil i^ituatei! the Town good Oak, II l lie term^t sale "’ill bovine third cash, am' the other two iwi'siii Uv/:innnid instalments to lie secured bv^ood y^’soiial security, am a deed of t ust onVeJfiaml. It w ill be soli ii the acre, and it be survived as snot after the sale as A good title wit be made by m W^ROCKlW^pDGH, AdnunittrSor ivilfi the annexed of m Col. liar vie, dec'd Richmond,Van. 24. t'stF. , Claike, Goode ami bout 7 or 8 miles from t abounds with Paul’s Patent COLUMBIAN OIL. THE inventor of this highly esteemed Medi cine is a native of America and the composition is the product ion of American soil, consequent ly it *R in every sense of the word Domutie, it is not polled up with a numerous tram of p mpous foreign certificates of persons from wlmm b" the great distance that separate us, ’tin impos-ihle toobf. in information, therefore the public has better security for their money as lucre cannot lx* the least shadow for decep tion to cover this medicine, for he simple ap pears before the community with his invention and an experimental <1< tuil'of tie Various ca ses in which it r.-ally is so wnndcrfnllv cffica* cious and in which he is supported by” the tb|. lowing certificates, whose names are not onlj subscrilied but their persons may also be con sulted, being resident - within the circle of our nci^iii)oiii'iioo(l. I Ik* fo io'vui^ are tlic com plaints in which the Columbian Oil lias been found so efficacious and rarely ever fails of ef fecting a cure—viz. Rheumatism, Coiisunip tion, J’a'u.s in any part of the body,but particu larlv in the back and breast. Cold ;, * Toughs, Footlte Ache,^3iii«ii*^^^*leurisicb, Cholic, Crumps, exteratnandiiucrm^JriiiscK, Sprains, arul flesh wmmds, M!&TTTMind Iraius, \Y hrioping Coii^b aiutflumfT, Ijgeiilr orMnody dux. Croup andftlic^iiu)|npBom^Ltint)i children, and in a uflak MomaTnMhat ■ catiM-d by In digestion,* cJistantifrkinglhd l*s of ppe tite, it wii^cys .-powerful #i-nct/ to the re lax d fibre lo*ts proper tone. It seems ammigh natureniad/ranked it the first of the and experto rals lor the r<-l!e?wC^^br^rft and lungs as it scarcely ever fails oWffloving obstruction in other particularly those who are troubled with Phthisic or Asthma'ic complaints who in the act of walking fast, stooping or lying down, are almost suffocated, ball a tea spoonful oi i lie Colombian Oil will render some relief in siancously, ami if continued agreeably to •In directions ,n such cases will prove a radical cure hr producing the full power of inflitat-.un to the lungs and free expansion of the breusi Certijlcatis of its ifjicary. , _Ko- *• ■ »ept. IS 9. T do certify, that I have, been ailing nearly two years with a hetic cough violent oppres sion at I lie breast—7 applied to the most emi mnt Physicians and rould get no r lief from my lou state of health, till I got Paul’s Colum bian Oil, and found immediate relief. I take this method of informing the public the efficacy of this valuable mcdicir..-, from the cures which I have experienced, I think il an in umbent duly to offer the same to the pub lic. KL1SIIA SOWARD. naltimore, No. 16, Water street, sign ot ilia Plough. Sept. 1309 No. 2. SIR, T comply with your request, of staling mv opinion of Paul’-Columbian Oil being an H • c u.d remedy lor the tetter worm. I have been .ffiiclecl widi the tet?tr worm in my hand for 12 years, and ave made trial of maiiv m -- dii-ines which hr.-c been reonmnicmlcd, but all to no cilect. Hearing of Paul’s Columbian Oil. about tli • I5-.1i of .Inniiarv last, proving an effectual cure for the ring worm and similar compl inis, l iinmediatt Iv got a phial of your Oil and applied il agreeably to directions for about two months successively— when the tet ter left nic, and has not made it> appearance since. SUS \NNA PUftDRX. N. 71. My Rusann i, a rhild ng d '2u months and six days, was taken about the middle of .In y Iasi, with a vioiogt though, which the neighbours thought was the whooping-cough —I gave her six (Imps of the Columbian Oil, wl'irli gave immediate relief, and proved an enectual cure. Saratoga street, naltimore, August 21. 1809. | No. 3. I do hereby certify, that I was violenMy at tackcd with the pleurisy on Sunday, the 8th >nst. I immediately sent for a physician who bled me twice in ah »ut 16 hours all to noeffect my fever still inor^jyedand my pains so vio lent that I hud^t^Kno^^i^e of mv nearest relations, not e/*ti mv nn Tuesday morning-, the /oth poured me a pliial of Paul'# was im* diately applici \i ii^Ti#ht <*lemvhere the pain was till ^Jyeresy^iiirrv Mr Mur times, with a pieceiiimn kept tfMliefciri affec ted, and I tnfftftfUj^idhops JK^rflnlv tl.r. r cond day aftcr^Eig the oil JRas^Reto walk about the house, mtf bird Si^oi^^dav, I took of the oil fift(-i;ii^k^j^Wj|^in(l morning, which entirely rd io^^WRTTrorn pmn and ftver, thanks be to God for it, and I now am a well nut*. WM. PEACOCK. Harrison's Creek, Baltimore, April 19th, 1810. No. 4. We do certify, that on Thursday, the 17th inst. we were tarring a new seine, for Mi Clark, and by accident the seine took fire, which, by endeav wiring to put out the flames, John Clark and Thomas Ad ims got severely burnt in the face, wc immediately got some Columbian Oil from Mr Paul, and applied it to the parts burnt, which gave case in the course of twenty minutes, and lias left the parts free from blisters. JOHN PEACOCK. THOM IS AM MS, JOHN CLAIIK. Baltimore, April 19th, 1809. No. 5. SIR, At your request that I should give my o. pinion r* specting wliat effect your Columbian Oil had in a certain casetvhrein I was affl'c ted, I most cheerfully comply by saving that 1 verily believe that I might bate died with one of the severest cramps in the stomach, had it not bfM f >r roar Columbian (Til; snd that have b'en * htoihI time relieved of the name complaint by the assistance of that valuable medicine, and a* mi h as I recommend it as the best remedy, because there is n« manner oi doubt ol its proving <-fl rtttal. . K. CATHERINE WALKER. Sign of Uie Buck Market Space, Baltimore. No. 6. SIR, I was attacked with a violent pain in my left leg, which I supposed was a touch of rheu matism—it continued to grow worse everv da\, so that at last my knee hi gan to get stiff, ar.d could not bend it—during this, which band about five Weeks, l was seized with a most dreadful pain in my right breast, wh'n h pier ce<l through myjuittC ~ Umipg this situation a ariety of rem/d|es' were nblied, but nil wahout • fiec/yACj^mi Was advised to try Paul’s CoinifhVin ■tccurdinVly procured a bottle, nnl fAind soafe reliW frilim the first application liulby luffing pi*ip»V attfiftion to the uirectiofti lAusto the asten ishment ol1 al w^b w, re a<<piai4ved with my situation, in ^’e ^Vuy^roliridy free from all pain, and liav^^iow the usc/ot mv leg as well as ver, and ain^^^iiy^rflo may peruse *hea bove cert ificate, being desirous of any informa tion respecting ni\ case I have no objection on their making application to give limn every satisfaction in my power respecting it. 1 ain, sir, yours, &c. * ' GKO. L HUGHES Market street, Baltimore. No, 7. SIR, Conceiving it to be my duty not to conceal from the public the virtues of vour moat valua ble Columbian Oil, from which I received so much benefit, T am therefore induced, from a prmciple 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 intolerable pain, which seemed exactly in the joint, and on the day following a dreadful pain in my back, which lasted about three weeks—during which time I could not walk uprighi, but always in a bent posture— and if seated in a chair, the pain would be so i excruciating in the act of rising that it was j impossible for me to retrain from screaming', I My appetite bad entirely left me, a"d a c< n . slant headache, would ‘ somet imes almost de i prive me of mv senses ; in fact I was in a de • plorable condition. A number of remedies ! w-ietrietL to no purpose. 1 had a so the advice j of an eminent physician, who pre crihed a hot batb, &c. which were regularly attend, d to, but witliout the smallest advantage. 1 had a« *out nine ounces o‘ blood t-.ken from me, stilj | the comp! int did not give way in the least de | gr -e. I was then advised to try Paul's Co lumbian Oil, but with little hopes of suc*eeding —when to my great surprize un i comfort 1 was sensible of --omeease in m\ hip on the first time of annnintiiig ; the next day the pain .n mr back abated, the head-, c' e b i't me, and m four days I wa = prfectlv recovered. A I’AI DMA WAbTF.R. I.csington-Strtet, 2 d..ors fr«nn Libcrtt-sC Baltimore. No. 8 Plutadelphia, Jnlv 8, 18 >7. Tty your request 1 do certify, tba't I had been a long time dangernitdt indisposed, and was tC'iuccd to the lowest state of weakness, inso* much, that my recovery appeared doubtful "■? complaint seemed to be afflie.tions of the breat' and lu» gw, 1 could procure no relief from incessant co-gl itig, nor breathe without great pain .' id difficulty—when, *.y the t|ce (,f one ph.al of Paul s Coluin >iau 0 I mv- di -trcssiiijy rough left me, every other symptom was remo. med, in 1 J ’v„re, ored to an excellent state of health, which 1 now enj<«. Who may be consulted it called on— Kl I TV M’dLAIN. Corner of Spruce and Fifth Streets. The Public wtll please to take Notice, that, la is t'alent Columbian Oil, will always le ”■ it bottle- ah'chc -main the words PAUL'S P VTENT COf.fT.MP.iAN Oil., in the G ass: the H 'ttles staled with my Initials 1 L in Jf.-d \\ ;.x, ..n l th- oi, sile Label signed, b\ me uj:l^ Iff 1 Ink, JOHN LOVE, without winch tru© clia acteristics none vill be genuine, Al’POIVTMi; NT ()F AGENCY. These are tocertify, that I 1 nomas Paul lat© f I’hihir'c'.f hia, now df\lie cilv of IJ ltimore, st.«.e of Maryland, inventor ami sole proprietor ol a medicine kiitni n at present by the name «,f Paul’s Patent Colinnhjan f lily bav6 appointed, nd bj Cons«itut( and appoint (. city of Haiti mn;-f (<b f.,r i he United Sat ; ot Fuurj#ca J fllpcndcnc i s, for the purp.lv f# selTPj^Rr vlmjng the aforesaid Colun.bi olOil ancP^t lic^s #errbv authorised to .ippoiniVn ■ra^^hprafn^tinder him forth© pm pose if.V-.s^i TT^f. jury is to continue for the spac^^n- wars, commencing tliis twenty ttiVUia^-rTAp il, in tin- year oV our (yard one thousand eight hundred and ten, to be fully eomple ted and ended. Given under mv 1 and and seal the day and date first above wri. e THOMAS PAUL, L. S. Signed, sealed snrf d< iivered in the presence ot ceu. c iMMism uv. In consequence of tlu* above authority x rate A in mi', arising from a con»rac> with Mr. f\ I’.-nil, I hereby appoint the following persons the only agents for tl. sale of Paul's Columbian Oil, in the city o 11 iltimore, viz Dr. E ime lJu C tel, sign ui the Col h n Head. No. 26 Market street. Messrs. II. n v Kcerl &S .n, Druggists, Celsiis’ Head, No. J3.j Market ancl Coward st. •lessee Tulhntt, corner of Market & Hanover sis. W. Warner, corner of Cay 8t Market st. Mcs rs. C, & If W.ite’s Office, corner of St. Paul*!. Lone & Market-st. A. Miltinb'-rger, Vo. 10 si rn of Fraui. I in N. How .id st. Mess s. John & Thos. Vance, N .. 178 M irket-st. ./# Pelts Point, bv Dr Henry I lorry, No 5 Mark. •t-s». and Nathaniel Knight, Stationer City of Washington. Davpl Oft k Co. PhUcule phi a. Dr. TfioiTi .s e* Drug. No 148, N. 4 h st. Jno. V. Hryaiit, Corner of 2nd & Pine st. Jere oiuh Morris, Drug. No. 293, M<rk(t-s«. Ste. pKen North, No. 85, High st httw in 2d & 3rd ♦ Crowl 8c Sega •, Drug. No. 345 Markcl-si. Vrn Tort. Mes ..s. Jno. & I hos. Clark, Drug. Vf idi-ti Cane. .Vrr-rs Lawrence and Krc“ , Drug Pearl-lit. Me ms. (,. K If. Waite’s, Mai den I, in". (for> Town. John Fisher. ,1r.i:at>om th. Messrg, Childs and Shaw. George To a. Doctor John Ott. Alexandria. Doctor Ificlt ard l.iille. Lancastm. Doct Sam . Fii-.hn ■ tm k. Norritbutg. Duet. 8«ml. C. Wiei'ia-*. P.tuton. Dr. Tli s. II. Dawson. Fitcrriurg Tirg. Messrs. Iaive & Cull r Hagtrs-T, .,u Dp F rder.ck Miller. Frederick-Town. IV c < v J. 8. Miller. Winchester. John it \bnt. Mil..-r. Petersburg, Pen. M s-rs. Freder.ck and \\ ,n. •Satimeran. U,mover Daniel fJobreiht, 8':,n k and Lnoge. Cnr/rWc Dr .» ,l.u Fahnestock. Brook lull, ( Montgomery ) Brice C.ssaway. Charlestown, Cecil John Blue k. Leesburg, vtrg. John Shaw, Dr. Paunuirt Court Hov'e, W. J. All lridge. Snout /////, H’orcestet county. Wm. Weeks. Cham her so urg <| ileiiclt ** Culbertson. Shipp*nsbnrg, Pi Samuel Fonton, Drug. Pitt*j»rg. l! I*. 8t J. \\ . Skel ton, Druggist s, THE AIIOVf. OH. FOR 3 \j f nv BKNJ. DUVALL SOX Sole Jrente Jor tU City tf liirh»i„n<1. J*n. 14s ' , .