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RICHMOND, VIRGINIA— SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1816, [.YftffAM 4* ED I TE D BY1”*1' JOHN BURKE & L. H. GIRARDLY, Ann mniiiHrn On Wednesdays and Saturdays, Foua Doors below tuk Uell Taxsaw, at Foon Doli.ars gzn abkcm, paw nr advance. Subscriptions and Advertisements to this paper are received at the Book and Job Printing Office of J. *X* It. Burke, S. R. comer of Alain ana \$th streets, and near the Farmers1 Bank of Virginui. fTY* Advertisements inserted at the usual price, and promptly attended to. ■ —1 T--.=- ■--= ■ ---■ i » i VIRGINIA: At Rule* holdcn in the Clerk*» Office o f the Supe rior Court of Chuncery for the Richmond Dis trict, the 24th day of June, 1816. Bose Morris, . Pltf. * AOAIRST < Robert W. M yiby, .lames Otway Crump, Jesse Owen, and Nance? liu wife, formerly Nnncey Mosby, John C- Howard, and Judith his wife, formerly Judith Mosbv, Peter Lefuenr Sc Lucy hit wife, formerly Lucy Mosby, relict of Jo seph Mosby dec’d. Reft'*. The defendant, James Otway Crump, not having1 Entered his appearance and given securi ty according to the Act of Assembly and the Rules of this court, and it appearing by satis factory evidence, that he is not ad inhabitant ot this country: It i* ordered, That the said defen dant do appear here on the first day rtf the next lerm and answer the bill of the plaintiff; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some ne-vspaper published in the City ot Richmond, for two months successively and posted at the front door of the capital, in the said cay. A copy—Teste, Wm. \V. UENING, C. C. August 21—w8ur. . Virginia! At Ride* holden in the Clerk'* Office of the Supe rior Court of Chancery for the Richmond Dis trict, the 24th day of July 1816. Nathaniel Dunlop, administrator of Jas. M’Canee, deceased, Elizabeth M’Cance, widow and relict of the said James M’Cance, deceased, and Wil liam W. Gray and Mary his wile, formerly Mary Dunlop, Pltf'*. 1011 If ST Alexander Dunlop, surviving partner of James Duniop and Alexander Dunlop, trading1 under the f;rm of James 5c Alexande: Dunlop, Hester Dunlop, widow and executrix of the said <Juukp, dec’d. and Margaret Dunlop, and James Dunlop, surviving children, legatees, and devi oees of the said Jas. Dunlop, dec*d. ' Def'ts. The subpoena ad revivendum awarded in tips cause, against the defendant Alexander Dunlop, not having been returned executed, nnd he not having entered his appearance and given securi ty according to the Act of Assembly and the U tins Court, and it appearing by nut,* factory evidence, that he is not an inhabitant of this country. l! is ordered, That the defendant do appear here on the first day of the next term and show cause if any he can, against the revival thereby sought; and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published -in thec'py of Richmond,for two months succes aivelyaml posted at the front door of the Capi tol, in the said city, A Copy—Teste, TVm. JV. Hening, c. c. August 14. VIRGINIA: .It Rules hohiett in the Clerk's Office of the Supe rior Court of Chancery for the Richmond JJis trict, the 24th day of duly, 1816. ^William Harrison, administrator de bonis non of Stilh Gregory, and guardian of Mary 8. Gre gory. Pltf. AG AI VST Edward Marks, junr. administrator de bonjs non of John Marks, deceased, and Peter Bland, administautor of Tbeodorick Morrison, dec'd it .Tames Young and Ann his wife, formeily Ann Morrison, Deft's. The Defendants, James Young and Ann -hi» wife, not having entered their appearance and given security according to the Act cf Assembly nnd the Rules of this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, 1 hat they are not lnnabi -vants of this country : It is ordered, Tha> the Haul Defendants do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plain tiff; ar.d that a copy of this order be forthwith .inserted in some tie- spaper published in tlicCi \y of Richmond, for two months successively and posted at the front door of the Capitol, in ihe said City. A Copy—Teste, , ■ „? W-n. IV. Rerung, c c. August 3—w8w. “VIRGINIA : At Itulei hoi den in l/te Clerk's Office of the. Supc rior Court of Chancery for the flic/muind JJis trict. the U4th day of June 1816. Archibald Freeland Pltf. AO A IK AT Elizabeth Bingham, widow of Josiah Bingham, deceased; William Mann ; and Hill Carter, Sil van Carter, Mary Carter, and Elizabeth Carter, .nfant childrwn and he rs of Charles Carter, the younger, (aon of Charles Carter of Shirley) de teased ; Robert Randolph and Elizabeth H Ins wife ; Elizabeth W. C Berkeley, and Edmund, .Ann I), Pobert C, and Parke F. Berkeley, chil dren and heirs ofCatliarincS. Berkeley, former* )y Catharine S. Carter ; Mary W. Braxton ; Henry Lee, and Ann II. his wife, formerly Ann W.Carter; Bernard M. Carter; Williams Car tcr ; William Fitzhugh Carter ; and Hill, Tho nio*, Ann, and I*icy Carter, infant children and heirs of Robert Carter, deceased ; Nathaniel Uurwell and Lucy his wife; and Edward; Caaai u» Shirley, John M, and Mary W Ajarter, infant children and heirs of Edward Carter, deceased ; Charles Carter, and Joseph 0 Cabell, and Mary W, his wile, formerly Mai/ W. Carter, children and h< its of <.» eorge Carter <1 rcess'-d Oft*. The Defendants, Henry Lee 8t Ann H. bis wife, , Dot having entered their appearance and given ’ security according to ihe Act of Assembly and ♦he ItUlM of this Cdurt, and it appearing by sa tisfactory evidence, that they are not inhabitant* of this country : It it ordered. That the said De fendants do appear here on the first day of the Jv^t term and answer the bill or the Plaintiff; and that a copy of this order be forthwith insert ed in some newspaper published hi the City of Richmond, for two months successively ami posted at th* front docf of the Capitol, in the said CHy. A Copy-Tea?/", J-Gy 27, I #16 ~w8tf. tVn, W. Jlttung c. c. VIRGINIA: At Tttiles holden in the Clerk's office of the Supe rior Court of Chancery for the Richmond Dio trict, the2\th day of June 181(1 Richard Ruffin ’drown, Aimer Hill and Surah his wife, Robert Watson ami Frances 11. his wife, Phil Claiborne, administrator of Beverley llrown, dec’d. John It. Lucas and Hannah bis wife, and Mary Brown lan infant, by Robert Watson, her guardian and next friend, ’ Plffs. AOAlJTST Samuel Booker, administrator, with the will an nexed, nf William Brown, dec’d. and John and James S. Gilliam, executors of James S. Gilliam, dec’d. * Dcffr • The Defendant, Samuel Booker, not haying- en tered his appearance and given security according to the Act of Asse'mbly and the Rales of this Court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that.be is not an inhabitant of this country: It io orihred, that the said Defendant do appear here on the first day of (he next term and answer the bill of the Plaintiffs; and that a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in some newspaper pub ished in the City of Richmond, for 2 months sucoesaivsJly and posted at wire front door of the Capitol, in the said city. . A Icopy—Teste, Wm. fV. Ilening, c. C. July 20—w8w. VIRGINIA: ““ At Rule* hohkn in the Clerk's Office of the Su perior court of Chancery for the Richmond Dis trict-, the 24.7i day of August, 1816. Marion Campbell, Ptf. ASAlSsT James avan , administrator and lieir at law of Patrick Cavan, dec’d. Sarah Cavan, widow of the said Patrick Cavan, dec’d. Archibald M’Leaii, administrator of James Kirk, dec’d. Harriet Kirk, heir of said Jame^ Kirk, dec’d. James Kirk, an infant son and heir of Robert Kirk, dec’d. who, with the said Harriet Kirk, was co-heir of the said James Kirk, dec’d. IfughS ewart. and Charles J. Love. Deft. _ The defendants, Harriet Kirk and James Kirk, not having entered their a'ppearance and given security according to the Act of Assem bly and the Rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfactory evidence that they are not inhabi tants of this country: It is ordered, that the said defendants do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the plaintiffs t and that a copy ol this order be forthwii h Inserted in some newspaper published in the City of Richmond, for tvp months suc cessively ^ntl posted at the front door of the Ca pilot in said City. A copy—Teste, Wm. TV. Uening, c. c. Aue-us 28—w8w. DRAFTS On Boston, JWw-York, Philadelphia <$' Baltimore, Can be bought and sold at the subscribers office. AUfl SPECIE and U. S. STOCK. Likewise rickets fwarrranted undrawn) in the GRAND STATE LOTTERY of Pennsylvania, wh.ch is now drawing twice a week ,n Philadelphia, 21 days of draw.ng over. The follow'ing Prize* remain undrawn, yrs.z One of g 40,000, one of 20,000, two of 10,000, three of 5,000, six of 2,000, -six teen of 1,000, aud in proportion of 5001 300, 200. See. &c. THE MASONIC HALL LOTTERY. Draws blit once a week The 35th drawing over One prize of 40,000, one of 10,000, anti seveial of g 1,000 St g 500 pri/.C9, all will come out in the next 5 days drawing, or within 6 weeks. Pnze tickets or Northern Bank notes will be rece.ved in payment for tickets at the Lottery and Exchange Office of August 14 J. B KURSHEEDT, t.f. Medicinal Water TIIF. public are informed that 1 am the pro prietor nt the Water, of which mention lias bean heretofore made in the “ EchoI think it proper to state to the public, that l have up wards *>f :>(JU regular subscribers for the season. The price to subscribers with their families, two dollar*; the price to individuals, one dollar; admittance to non-subscribers for the evening or morning1-4 cents . The pump of water is situated within one mile of Lynchburg, on the stage road leading from thence to Richmond—the road leading to it cither way is level and agreeable. Jt is situated within a few paces of James’ River, the banks of which arc aduracd by lofty trees. To the westward he9 a beautiful range of Hills, or Mountains, who:a shade shuns it from the rays of the evening mui, and from wiiose bowels issue this excellent water. Travellers Intye stopped here, and are pleased with the quality of the water: it is deemed very availing in the cure of all disorders of the skin, and for sore eyes, and it greatly nsaists air petite. It is strongly impregnated with SuifAur, the general properties of which, are known to most of persons, f shall be happy to accommo date all persona in the best possible wav. LUTHER SMITH. August 10. tl5lhS. N. n. TheFditgrs of Newspapers in Rich mond, Petersburg and Norfolk, will please in sert this advertisement in their papers, till the middle of September, and forward their cc i counts to the office of the llcbo for payment. L. S. To Manufacturers. The subscribers beg leave to inform Mannfac ■ Mirer*, that they still continue to make aii kinds of cotton Machinery on the most improved mo dern plans, and executed in the most complete I manner—also omb Plates for either Cotton or ; Wool cards of a superior quality. Orders •will be thankfully received and prompt • ly executed. . PE»KN ft ORR. Patapsco Cotton Factory, } near lUltimoie. > August 17, IBIS. w4w. Notice is hereby given, That A petition will be presented to th? next GcoerV. Assembly praying the passage of tfair to estab list) a turnpike road from the north end of the Brook turnpike At Owen't 'Tavern to Ground Squirrel bridge yi H moysr. Auguyt 17. w3v. Notice is hereby given, ilia* tfre Subscriber has received lints of the Direct I Tax of the United Slates for 1815, remaining' due upon prop<9ly in the following Counties in the State of Virginia, not owned, occupied or super intended by some person residing within the Collection District in which it ia situate, and that he is authorised to receive the said Taxes with an addition of ten per cent, thereon, provided such payment is made within one year after the day on which the collector of tim district wl ere such property lies had notified that the said tax es had become due on the same. For tohat County. Date of Collectors notification that tax had become due. Rockingham, Shaiundoah. Orange, .Madison, & Culpeper. King George, Westmoreland. Richmond, Northumberland 2c Lancaster. Isle of Wight, Nansemond, Norfolk & /? I On the 20th March 1816 Princess Anne, Spottsylvania, Louisa, & Caroline. Powhatan, Chesterfield, Dinwiddle, ft Prince George. I } On the 26th March 1816 On the 20th March 1816. Prince Edward Rockingham, Cumberland 8c Amelia. ^-On thp 29lh March 1816 Collector's Office, At July 1816. Win. D. TAYLOR, Collector. Designated by the secretary } Of the Treasury. 5 w. 8 w. duly 31. (tJ^Tho Kdi tor of this paper finding- it not in his power to bestow that attend on which he wouhl wish, and knows it necessary to the discharge of his editorial duties, without relinquishing other employments, has determined to dispose of the UstxbmsiImbst or Tan Norfolk Ga’/.bttsasd Frame Lcuoxa To a person of Federal politics, a preference will be given, and untill after the first ol next month, the eslaLlish meitf will not be sold to any other j this prefer ences, due to the great majority of the. Patton's of the Ledger. After the 1st of next month the editor will consider himself at liberty to cousult his own interest—Should the Establishment n.n be disposed of, the publication by the present editor wdl notwithstanding, cease upon Tuesday the 17th, of next month, to which lime all ac counts of subscriptions ui'.d advertisements wdl be made up. The adjustment of all accounts in this place and vicinity, will be made by the Editor bintseif; he requests all who have nn> claims to woke them known to him without loss of time. Those gen tlemen who liave heretofore kindly undertaken the agency of the Ledger, will be pleased to continue n a little longer. We shall be thankful to the Editors, who will lake such notice of this article as may best as sist the editor’s views. j Office of the Public Ledger, > vYorfouc August 8. 1816! $ NOTICE. Pol y Brown, Washington Brown, John S. Stubbs, senr. James Brawler, Maxwell Trokes anti Sarah If his wife, James Scott, junr- John Spottswood and Mary his wife, Tarlton Sunn de s, and Saily his wife, B. 9. Morrison and Ma r> Ins wife, Sally Goode, Elizabeth Goode, Ko bert Got.de, Sally Scott, Robert Graham, Ph.lip N Nicholas, and John 1J. Ogg. You will Take Notice, that I shall on Saturday the fourth day of October next, at the tavern at Aylett’s Ware House, in King William county, between, the hours of eight o’clock in the morning and six o’clock in the evening, proceed to take the deposition ol’ Francis John Levert, to be read as evidence in a suit now depending in the Richmond Cha .ccry District Court,v/herein 1 am plaintiff and you at e defendants : at which time and place you may ntUt.J or not as you think proper. JOHN S. STUBBS, jr. 4w. August 17. 500 DOLL A 1<S REW A It I >. Escaped from the prison in Chilicotbe, state of Ohio, on the night of the 4th of June lv;t, J AS. ESSEX, alias JAMEiJ ESsEX CltOSUV 9TEK LING. He is about 30 years of age, fire feet seven in ches high,of h fair complexi ,n, thin visage, light hair, Urge eyes, Koni«n nose, lirge whiskers; by trade a clotiiier, can work at carding, or any em ployment in manufactories, and is also expert at the sword exercise and boxmgj He was born in Warwickshire, .in England and it is believed came within the last year from C&nadu t<j this state. 'Tiie said James Essex, alias James Esscr Cros by Sterling, was committed to jail last January, on a charge of robbing ths mail of the U 8»*te». —His partner who calls himself THfJMAS NOHLE, alias THOMAS \v NOBLE, is now in prison on a charge of robbing the mail at the same time. The above reward will be given for his apprehension, and delivery, or confinement in any jail of the United Slates, so that he can be brought to trial. JOHN HAMM, Marshal of Ohio District. Zanesville, Ohio, July 25. a>Tho*e printers who are employed to pub lish die law# of the O. H, arc retjhealt-d to give this advertisement one insertion a we-k for six weeks success!veljr,and forward their bills to this office for payment. HU HU MILL STONE MAWfJFACTUUr TME subletibera respectfully inform the public that they have just received,jlirect, from Fratoe, a Ihi-m fjnainity «f prim* nil HR BLOCKS, of a su perior quality to any hitherto im)K>i'tcd lo th-a place <*,'4 having been engaged in the limine. •. upwards ot fifteen years, they hatter themselves froio theii long knowledge of the trade, and the approbatlor which llunr work has hitherto met w.th, that the) will be able to manufacture Mill Stones on ns re; sonabic terms as those jr-port« I frern, the Worth and warrant them perform well. They have opened shop on 19th Street,nearly op posite to the.Old City Tavern, where rjen lenten are nvited *6 call. NATHANIEL WHITE Ik Co. A~tf Fcbruery UKIOIV HOTEL The subscriber having returned to his former residence in i\fRochester, which i.c notf calls THE UJVIOX HOTEL, formerly called *• Solomon Gordon's or Leatl/s old I avern/* will immediately open a Tavern under the above name, at:d solicits the attention ot his friends and the public. He will use every possible endeavour to give satisfaction in the line cf his profession. His ju ices are, what they usually were, vie : For a dinner - - - 5*i v e.its. For supper, - - . ST 1-2 d For breakfast - • - 3? 1-2 For lodg mg, 17 Horse per feed • - 25 -lor a day 75 His bar shall always bawdl supplied with the best liquors, and lie will vciy shortly k<*ep a constant supply of fleer, Porte/, Ale, Sic &c. NA Til ANiEL CH1LDKKS. Manchester, Aug. 31 —tf. vWY/F PUllLlL.l Uu.\' 1 jJOfiT PUBLISHED, AND FOR 3 A LB, Jt PeUr Bottom's Booh Stationary Slores (lilCHMCND AND 1 lYNCH BURG,) The fiiUtminjr JVETF PUBLIC AT IQ .VS, viz ; Historical sketches of the late War between the United States and (ireat Britain, blended wjtli anecdotes illustrative of the individual bravery of the American Sailors, soldiers, and citizens ; embellished with portraits of the most distin guished naval and military officers, & accom panied by view* ol several sieges and eug.ige iRents. By John Lewis Thompson.--Price $ 1 75, boards. Ewell’s Medical Companion, third edition, containing a concise and impartial history of the Capt ure of Washington, c*c. Sic. Pnoe jj 5 The Cottage Fireside, or Parish Schuol mastcr—a moral talc—by the Rev. H. Duncan Si. The dance of death, and other poems by Walter Scott, P,sq.—37i cU. The Poet’s Filgrimagc to Waterloo—br U. Southey, F»q. Ballard Romances, and other Poems—bv Miaa A. M. Porter—-75. The present of a mistress to a young ser vant, oonsisvidg ai fner.diy advlcfe‘miri rent his tories: by Nirs. Tiylor of Onjar—75 cts. Valentine Eve, a novel by Mrs. Ouie,— 2 vuls. g 2 OC/* JYcto ft tbUcaiions of every kind received a: soon o« fhibtiificd. JlLSiP—lU3T RECEIVED. 400 Reams Writing P^per, aud 100 Letter Paper j 700 \\ ebster’s Spelling Hooks, (neu' edi tion) and* large assortment »f cheap PAPER HANGINGS, See. &.c. lie constantly keeps on hand a large and general assortment of BOOK'S $ STJTIONAltY, Where country Merchants and ethers can now he supplied on the most liberal terms. IC7* Blank Hooks i tiled aud bound to any pattern, at the shortest notice and in the beat maimer.—Also, TRUNKS made. Almanacks For 1817—in press, and will be published jibout tire first of September, his VIRGINIA ALMANAC for the year ofour Lord 1817', containing a variety ot useful and entertaining matter. Persons wishing to engage for a quantity will be supplied on moderate terms, as he content • p.aies printing 50,000 August 14. tf.. VIRGINIA: ‘ At Rules h<*Ulcn in the Clerk's Ofice of the Supe rior Can' t of Chancery for the Richmond D.<s trict, the 24th </ay of June, lbl6. Sherwood Parish, Stephen Morrell, Craddock Vaughan* Benjamin Bradshaw, Thomas Dick enson^ Matthew Lacy, junr. Pit's. JU5.ll.NsT f William .M'Kichardson, administrator of Ste. phen Sampson, junr. dec’d. and Elizabeth R. Sampson, George R. Sampson, Martha Eliza Sampson, Margaret V. Sampson, Narcissa M Sampson, Mary Sampson, Agnes P Sampson, and Caroline J. Sampson, heirs and distribu tees of the said Stephen Sampson, <Jzc’d by the sa d William M. Richardson, specially as signed their (piardian to defend them in this s»'t, Def'lf. The defendants, felizabeth H, Sampson, Geo. R Sampson, Martha Eliza Sampson, Margaret P. Sampson, X-roisya M. Sampson, .Mary Samp son, Agnes I*. Sampson, :ind Caroline J. San.p Bon, not having entered their appeuruuce and given security according to the Act of Assem bly and the Rules of this Court, am! it appear ing by satisfactory evidence, that they are not inhabitants of this country : It is ordered, That the said defendants do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the Plamtifls; and that, a copy of this order he forthwith inserted in some newspaper published In the City of Richmond, for two months sue cessively m.d posted at the front door of the Ca pitol, in the said city. A copy—Teste, Wm. W. MENfXG, C. fc August 21—w8w. Mayo fy t'ra^ser, (TJaoo iloors helms the Fanners* Hatih of Virginia,') Respectfully inform their friends and the pub. lie that they have received from J^s s Patent V Family Medicine Store, No. 46 Maiden Lane, *V>7i>.> (fl-k, a Fash Supply of the following gen uine medicines. For the prevention and cure of Bilious and Malignant Fevn% is recommended HAHN’S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS. THIS medicine has been attended with a tie ![ree of success highly graU-fu’, to the invent* i eelings, in several parts of the West Indies and the southern and middle states, particularly in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pete's* burg, Richmond, Norfolk, Eden on, Wilmington, Charleston, and Savannah. 'I he testimony of a number of persons in each ofrtiu alwve places can be adduced, who have rfctsoh to believe, that a timely use of this satiitAry remedy has, under providence, preservtd their lives, when in the most alarming circumstances. Fr.cts of this conclusive nature speak more in favor of a mrd'cine th^n coluinns of pompous eulogy, founded on mereassertion. It m not| indeed, presumptuously pronoted as I au Infallible cure, but the inventor Juts every p##wUe reason tluil ran result from cs• u-iuive expei once. for believing that a dose of Hic.se pills, tukcti once in eve v two weeks, «!«•• ping’ the prevalence of our b.'llious fever,. will trovo an infallible preventative; and further, II ms. in \he earlier st.ig. s of those cli eases, their use will very generally succeed in restoring caiUi, ard frequently in ca.-i©s esteemed duspi* rate, and beyond the power of coftiiuon reipe d.es. Tlicopcration of these pills is perfectly mild, <•«> »s to be u- ed by persons in every Situation, and Of every age . x 1 fey ;.rc excellently adapted to caiiy off su perfluous b.le, xnd prevent its morbid secretions; to restore and amend the appetite; to produce* tree perspiration, and thereby prevent colds, which areoftln of fatal consequences. A dose never I»ils to remove a cold, it taken on its first i •ppe»r*ncc. T Lpy *rc celebr..ttd lor removing liabtuul ccstirctieas, oiekness at the stomach. ! and severe head a^.e, and ought to be taker | by all pc*«ons on u clui.ge of climate. f bey have bern found remarkably efficacious , m presenting and during disutder. atuaidant rut 'f>r > " ti. rl bi^cultl be procured aud care* lolty preserved tbt* »:te bv c Vcfv fcarr.ini HAMILTON’:? AVOJiM bCSTHOYlK?? Lo4j§iNfi£S, " l**ph hav*-cured an. immense number of pet* sons of both sexes, of ftfery age, and in every situation, of various dangerous complaints ari sing from Worms, and from nbstruct.or.s cr foul ness m the stomach or bowel:.. This medicine hears no( analogy whatever to others of similar titles so commonly complained o., as operating- with violeffCc; on tire contrary a particular. excellence of this remedy is being suited to every aga and constitution It contains nothing but what is peifectij innocent, and « so in.Id in iteopeiation that it cannot in jure the most deliea’c pregnant ladv, or the ten derest in font-of a week old, should 'no worms ex ist in the body i but will, without pain or grip, mg, clt uise the stomach and bowels, of wliatev er is foul or offensive, and thereby pi event the production of worms and many tjr.al disorders n.e lozenges are parncul&ily efficacious in car rymgoff all gross hu-nors a id eruptions, feverish and bilious c inplaints, and arc the safest and mildest purgative that can be used on am UCci» *ton J A dose of this medicine given occasionally du **'nE tl!- w>rm season, will effectually prevent I i,V;UViUn? a:,tl Purei,,P Of children”—a dreadiul ui#o,-uer, winch annually destroys thou sands of the infant part of our citizens. It is hkfwise the mildest :.nd most certain remedy known,and has restored to hc.ilif; -.d strength a jp eat number when in an advanced s*a'e„f this ftlal complaint. Particular and. plain in structions are given for every part of the neces sai y trealmetji in such cases. Children generally take this med,cine with eagerness ; having a pie-sing appearance, and an ^gixcaole taste. • ’ UAMILTONaS ESSENCE AND EX TRACT OF MUSTARD. A safe and effectual remedy for rheumatisms gout, pnh j, sprains and bruises, while swellings, tnd strains, and relaxations, niimbnevi andwe ,k n us-of tl.e neck, paliu of the s,de. head ache swelled facc3, lrczen limbs, «rwl every similar complaint. It prevents chilblains or'chonned g£thu 111 tir-’cu of^iung wet or damp I HE GENUINE PERSIAN LOTION. So celebrated among tStffcshionable through out burope.is an mvaluablScunr.ei.c, perfectly iip'OMve and repei er lot ons) and of innocent end safe, free trorn v wllST!* S'’'" ba- is of *•<-' “na or unparalleled ejbc.-tcy m removing ble,malic, of tl.e lace and shm, freckle.;, pimples, ...Hauumto rv redness, scurfs, tetter^ ri .gwbims, sunburns, prickly heat, See. I he Persist! Lobon ope-ales mddly, without impeding tl.e natbrjjL inset,s.bie perspiration, which is essential ib&edth, ,et its effects are speedy and permanent-end,.ring the stem delicately soft and smooth, and improv ing the complexion. the damask. l:p salve. RESTORATIVE phw DKR FOR TIIE TEE1 H & GUMS. This excellent p.epuration comfi.rts ft strength-* ens d.c gums, preserver .the euahiel from dc-ay, nod cleanses and whitens the troth, by absorbing all the acrimonious 6lime ai d foulness which -,«*red to accumulate, never l^.l- to injure and anally to rum them. v HAMILTON’S GRAND RESTORA TIVE. It is rrrommeuded a* an invaluable medicine lor-d.c speedy relief end permanent cure of tl, » various complaints residing from <1 •upai;'.l pleasures, juvenile ihdiscr .lions, residence *',a climates unfavorable to the coti.nitution the im moderate use of te*, frequent intoxication* or at't other destructive intemperance, the un Itil* ful or excessive use of mercury, the disease* peculiar to females at a certain period of tile,bud lyings in, he. HAMILTON'S gLX-IK. Celebrated for the cure colds, obstinate c > asthmas, and appi'UU lung consumptions, and.^ a,ii remedy for the whoopingcough. HAHN’S GKNUlNE ElfE- VVA IKIL A soveie gn remedy for all disease, cf the c--es, whether the eflect of natural weakness or of accident. . TOOTH-AC 1115 DROP?.* The only remedy yet discovered w*h;cli give* ,mn*diate and lasting relief in the most severe instances. LEE'S OINTMENT FOR TIIB ITCH, Warranted att infallible iem?dv at one appli cation, may be csed with perfect safety on in fant* a week old, not coninjninr a particle* pf mercury or any clangorous ingredient whateveb, and not accompanied with that tormenting smart winch attends the application of ojlier retied tea. 1.KF.-3 Hs PALLID LB AGUE Alii) FEVER DROPS, For the cure of agues, remittent, nnd intermit j tent fevers, HAHN'S TRUE A’ll) GENUINE GERMAN CORN PLAI8TRR. The Public will please to obscirc that tbe bovo celebrated Medicines are received from hi* Medicine Store, New York, and arefetd bv psr ticnlar appoinment in If chtnond by MAYO k FRAYSBR,—Where may be hid, Pamphlet* gratis, containing certificates of cure* perform ed by the above medicines fchtch fully just if a* every article of the ndvertisejr.oot. August 7.—eotvtf.