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White Beans and Flaxseed
WE wish to purchase a quantity of White Beans and
Flaxseed, and will give the highest cash priec
for them. LINDS \Y h HILL.
We have several hundred bushels Wheat SCREEN*
INGS for sale at 25 cents the bushel. dec 27
Qft HHDS. of whiskey of excellent quality 50 bbls.
old 1st and 4th proof, do For sale by
dec 28 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
Pork Wanted.
'ITfT'E will give the best market price for good wagon
dec 14 • -
c% rnn boshels Com for sale, to be delivered at a
good landing on Mattox Creek, Westmore
land county, Vir.—Forterms apply to
dec. 20 GEO. COLEMAN.
30 Mkda. MtimoTeWkukey.
LANDING this day from schr Volunteer,and for sale
bydec 16S. ME9SEWSM1TH.
Seine Twine & Shoe Thread
6 HOGSHEADS Bridport Hairing and Shad Seine
Twine; 1 bale Shoe Thread, 4 ox balls.
n0v 30 GEO. COLEMAN.
4 HHDS. Bridport seine twine, landing this day and
f»r sale by SAMUFX M. JANNEY.
11 mo 19 Merchants* Wharf
OW and Candles.
Now landing from sloop Justina,from New Bedford
A f \ CASKS winter pressed sperm. Oil
1U 12 do Fall do do
10 do whale do
25 boxes sperm, candles—For sale by
12 mo 17 SAMUEL M. JANNEY.
Wine and Oil.
10 hhds. i MADEIRA WINE.
50 qr. casks j
10 boxes fresh salad oil, (30 flasks each)
30 casks first quality winter st*d sperm oil
Now landing and for sale by
dec 17 A. C. CAZENOVE fc Co.
Bank of •lYexan&vin,
December 20, 1825.
THF. stockholders in this institution are hereby no
tified, that an election for Ten Directors, to serve
the ensuing year, will be held at the Town Hall, the
third Monday, (16th) of January next, between the
hours of 9 in the morning and 3 P. M.
«\ec Q0—cotK J. L. McKENNA, Cashier.
Murdock, YuiHe, Wardrop $*Co’s.
T'lE subscribers, agents for the above house, have
received by the brig Martha, arrived at Ncw-\ork,
the Wines ordered through them, which will be shipped
round by the next packet. They will also receive by
this arrival, a large addition to their present stock, in
Pipes, Hogsheads and quarter Casks, warranted of the
best quality, ami now for sale at importation cost.
Those gentlemen who have not been in the habit ot
having their wine especially ordered lor them in Ma
deira, and may be disposed to do it in future, will please
forward their orders at any time to
A. C. CA7.ENOVE & Co.
Who hare on consignment, and for sale mi the usual terms,
a supply of inferior wines.
Sherry, dry and sweet Malaga do
Claret in cases
Cognac Brandy
HaJJand and country gin
St. Croix and N. E rum
Prime green and Java coffee
Muscovado and refined sugars
Molasses, common and old whiskey
Winter and summer strained oil
Common whale do
Fresn salad do
Sperm, mould and dip’t candles
Castile and common soap
Cut nails and brads, 2d to 40d
Nail rods and hoop iron
Swedes iron
"Window glass (all sizes)
Mess pork and beef
Cargo No. 1 do
Manufactured tobacco, every description
Dupont's gun-powder
Fresh olives and prunes, &c. 8tc._ dec 3
Tickets only Twelve Dollars.
GrauA State \iottery
of Maryland, the drawing of which will take place in the
City ol Baltimore,
On Wednesday, 15M February next
and the whole to be completed on that day, under the
superintendance of the Commissioners bv the appointed
Governor and Council.
100000 DOLS.
the immense magnitude of which, and the brilliancy
of the other numerous Capitals combined with till: very
Jow rate of the Tickets, have caused a most unexampled
demand from every part of the Union, and they arc al
ready becoming scarce. Distant Adventurers should
therefore forward their orders w:thoul delay in order to
secure chances for the Prizes contained in the following
Splendid Scheme.
1 prize of $100,000
1 prize of $30,000
1 prize of 20,000
. 20
1 prize of
1,280 Prizesamounting to
The whole payable in CASH, and which, as usual
at Cohen’s Office, can be had the Moment they are
Whole Tickets $12
Halves, 6
Quarters, g3 00
EighlhSy 1 50
10 oe naa in a great variety 01 Numbers at
Lottery and Exchange Office, No. 114, Market Street,
Where more Capital Prises hare been obtained than at
any other Office in America.
Orders from any part of the United States, or territo
ries, either by mail post paid, or by private, convey
ance, enclosing the cash or prizes in any lotteries,
will meet the same prompt attention as if on personal
application, addressed to
— Baltimore.
Distant adventurers may at all times with confi
dence, forward tb^ remittances to Cohen’s Office, for
if their orders should arrive too late, the amount en
closed will be returned by the first mail, or will be in
vested in the mast advisable scheme then on hand.
Jjt*u.uicrst Dx. 2d, 1835,
HAS imported per the Pioneer and Shenandoah fro*
Scholfield's flannels and baizes
Rose and pohit blankets, all sizes
6-4 milled drab and common blue cloths
Navy blue and Oxford mixed superfine do
Common and superfine patent shoe thread
A consignment of Shad and Herring Seine Twine,
which will be sold very low
Best double Gloster cheese
On hand, from former importation*,
Superfine cloths, kerseymeres, Irish linens
Lawns, diapers, cambric muslins
4, 4A, and 5 lb. pins
Best London twists and sewi ng silks
Superfine bombazetts, a few dozen first quality la
dies’ cotton hose
Choppa Kornals
Best Aberdeen and patent colored threads
An assortment of domestic cottons
Best white ticklenburgs and ravens duck
First quality treble gilt coat buttons, &c. See.
sept ___
George Jones,
Gun-Maker and Whitesmith,
Four doors from the Market Square, Fairfax street.
made and repaired on the
which (even in the wettest weather) is sure fire. To
tliose on the water side it is a great acquisition, as no
flash is seen from priming. The simplicity of the con
struction will not render it liable to be out of repair so
much as the old principle, and it is a great saving in
powder, kc.
"A constant supply of primings always on hand.
Surgeons’ instruments, razors, shears, kc. ground
and repaired. Fancy work in steel, iron, or brass,
neatly executed.
Ship Compasses Quadrants
Door Locks repaired, and Keys fitted of any descrip
Andirons, fire-irons, coffee mills cut, and repaired:
bell hanging neatly executed.
An apprentice wanted, aged about 14 years,
oct 18 ’ 2m
•VeYt Goods Stove
HAS just received from the north, and is row open
ing at his new store at tho south east corner of King
and Fairfax streets, (recently occupied by Messrs.
Withers Sc Washington) a handsome assortment of
Seasonable Wry Goods,
ammg which arc the following articles:
Sheppard’s superfine London blue cloths
I)o do do black do
Austin’s do do blue, black and drab do
Do do do olive and claret do
Do do do green and mixed do
Blue pelisse cloths
Black, blue and colored cassimcrc9
Sattinets of various colors and prices
Swansdown and toilinet vestings
Black figured ttorentine, handsome patterns
Do do do English, superior quality
Yellow and white canvass
Rose blankets, 7-8, 8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 & 14-4 Cott’s
Point do 3,3 J and 4 duffil do
Blue, olive and drab flushings
Green and red booking
Red, yellow, white, green, black and scarlet flannels
Circassian and tartan plaids
Plain and figd bombazetts, plain and bordered cloth
tlinwU. Klark do do
Handsome stripe caspins for ladies’ dresses
Manclevine robes,superior article for ladies’garments
Black and colored Canton crapes
White, pink, green and blue ttorence
Black Italian lustrings and double florences
White, pink, blue and blk satin, white fi’d do
Black mantua, sarcenet and senchew silks
Black and drab levantines, imitation Italian lustring
Blue and brown figured silks
Black do, beautifid pattern
Black, white, pink, blue and yellow Canton crapes,
hat do, black bombazeens
Crimson, black and drab tabby velvets, silk do
Brown and bleached Russia sheetings
Scotch oznaburgs
Ticklenburgs and burlaps, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
1 case 7-8 Irish linens 1 do 4-4 do sup qulty
I.inen cambric, d lulkfs, Irish sheetings
Irish dowlas Russia and table diapers
Brown hollands
Ladies’ black and white French silk hose
do do do do ribbed do
do do do English do
Gentlemen’s do do do do and plain do
do do do do do half do
do do worsted half hose, do hose
do white and colored do do lambswool
do do do hose do
Ladies’ colored and black worsted hose
do white cotton and worsted do
do black do and Mohair do
do black and white English kid gloves
do do do French do do
do lined kid and beaver do
do black 8c white silk do, long white kid do
Gentlemen’s'black and white kid do
do beaver, dogskin, Woodstock Sc lined beaver do
4-4 and 6-4 cotton cambrics, do jaconet do
Plain and figured book muslins, do mull do, do
Swiss do
Merino scarfs, cashmere do, do shawls 8t hdkfs
Black, white and scarlet merino shawls
Black and colored braids, db gimps
Pearl, lace, steel and twist buttons, suspender do,
’ moulds do
Hooks and eyes, black and white tapes and bobbins,
black ostrich plumes
Gilt coat buttons, ve9t do, superior quality (Wal
lace’s make)
DiaCK, Blue, crimson anil cirao sewing silks, twist do
Super white, pink and blue patent crape, saddlers’
sewing silk
Madras aim fancy hdkfs, blkandcol’d galloon
Black, white and colored lustring ribbons, from No.
1$ to 16
Do do do satin uo No 1$ to 16
2 boxes rich ombra ribbons, 1 do waist do, black vel
vet do
Narrow and wide black mode, white do, plain and
white figured pattinett
100 pieces London and common chintz calicoes
(handsome style)
Ginghams, furniture do, Orrcl and Holt’s coloured
and white cotton balls
Clark’s boss and floss cotton spools, worsted and
cotton suspenders
Bobbinett and thread laces, black and col’d cotton
shawls, black love do
Gentlemen’s black fig’d silk and plain Italian cravats,
ladies’ do silk do
Blue and white kerseys, Devonshire blue plains,
raixt do
Drab corduroy, bang uo do, 1 case umbrellas, gentle
man’s swtss cravats
6-4 and 3-4 dimities, 3-4,7-8, 4-4, and 5-4 unbleached
* domestic cottons
50 pieces plaid domestics, do 3 4, 7-8, 4-4 and 5-4
bleached do
An elegant Assortment of Coarse goods
Tor Servants1 CtotMng.
Variety of Other Articles
too numerous to particularise, which will be sold at re
duced prices for CASH. oct 4—tf
Russia Goods, Leather, etc.
ILL!AM FOWI.E & Co. have for sale, th»» day
lauding from the ahip Augustus, from Salem,
20 tons St. Petersburg hemp, sup. quality
M0piKe.UX Indian*,],.
r40 do first quality 5
IWdo ’Mebear \ Ramu Duck.
100 do first quality 5
100 do Russia sheetings
20 do half duck
1000 sides red soal leather
100 barrels ) «, 0 Mackerel
20 half do S NO' ‘ * _
dec 29
George $. \loug\k
A few pieces sup. double soft tartans for cloaks
Fine black mohair and worsted li*se
Very superior black nankin crapes, Canton do
Black Italian Instring, black merino cloth
Circassian plaids ami stripes (cheap)
Long and short silk hose, super drab cloths
Drab rattinet for lining surtouts
Fine and common bl’k bombazetts and bombazines
Blue and brown heavy camblets
Green twilled serge for lining
Cheap fine white flannels, striped and plaid cravats
Woodstock, beaver and kid gloves, Childrens’ do
Pink, green, blue and white Florences
Braganza shawls, silk, cashmere and fancy lidkfs
Black, blue and spotted silk cravats
Super olive and drab hangup cords
Fine furniture checks, apron do
Calicoes and linens, blankets and twilled bagging
Brown linens &c
Coarse woollen stockings for servants
Fine and common domestic shirtings and sheetings
Cassincts and linsevs, 'bedticking
Cotton yarn, which, with his stock on hand, ron
del's his assortment verv full 12mo. 20
From brig America, from Boston,
H1IDS. bright retailing molasses, ravens duck
Lnd choppa romals.
From brig Robert Cochrane,
500 sacks Liverpool filled salt
10 packages of domestic goods
From sloop Constitution,
200 pieces penitentiary plaids, 40 pieces 4-4 check
100 pieces indigo blue and mixed sattinets, ribbed
cassimeres and daub cloths
2 bales twilled linsey—For sale by
¥vesViTtaisins awY Oil.
LANDING this day, Bunch and Muscatel Raisins,
in boxes, halves and quarters, Salad oil
Java and Brazil Coffee
St. Croix rum
Mess Fork, New-York inspection, for sale by
dec 7 A. C. CAZENOVE & Co.
•NlwVvogan^, Hides, &c.
NOW landing from on board sclir. Man', from St.
200 logs mahogany, of good quality
191 dried hides
14seroons St. Domingo tobacco
4bbls. gum guaiacum
For sale on liberal terms
THE Stockholders ofthc Marine Insurance Company
of Alexandria, are hereby notified, that an F.lcction
will be held at the Office of the Company, on Saturday
the 14/A day of January ncjcf, from the hours of ten
’till two o’clock, for fifteen Directors, to sene for one
year, thence ensuing The transfer book will be clos
ed from Tuesday the 10th of January until the election
is over. J. B. N1CKOLLS, Sec.
dec 1—lawtE
YashAoimble Hats.
received from Haiti more, a supply of
BEAVER HATSofthe latestfashiou and
of a superior quality. Also, oil hand, a
large and general assortment of his own
make, consisting of 1st, 2d and 3d quality beaver and
castors; low priced furand wool hats; making his stock c
qual, if not superior, to any in the District—All of which
will be sold on pleasing terms, wholesale or retail,
oct 21 tf
Hank Stock
THE subscriber will exchange for stock of the Me
chanics’ Bank of Alexandria, his Farm in the coun
ty of Fairfax, within three miles of Alexandria, and
binding on the Little River Turnpike Road; containing
Three Acres,
thirty-five of which are enclosed and in a state of cultiva
tion. The improvements are an
g excellent two story brick dwel
ling House and Kitchen, with
s^jwalwo convenient frame hou
ses for gardener and servants, stable, carriage house,
kc. a productive garden, and an orchard of well select
ed fruit trees. The situation is very elevated and ex
ceedingly healthy, commanding an extensive prospect
of the town of Alexandria, the river Potomac, and of
the adjacent country to the extent of several miles.—
The subscriber is induced to dispose of this desirable
estate, from his being unable to devote the necessary
time and attention to it from his other vocations, and
will exchange it for stock ofthc Mechanics’ Bank ofA
Icxandria, at par, or for real estate in Alexandria or
Washington. nov 2 CHARl-ES CHAPIN.
WHYieva & \V skington.
AVE imported, per ships Pioneer and Shenando
ah, from Liverpool—
F.xtra blue velvet cloths and cassimercs
Fine and superfine bine and black do do
Do do olive and Oxford mixed
Plain and figured English silk vesting
Swanskins, booking baizes
Circassian and tartan plaids
8-4 soft lambs wool, do—a beautiful article for la*
dies wear
Toiliette Valencia vestings
8-4 cassimere shawls, plain and print’d borders
2£, 3,3$, 4 and 4$ point blankets
8-4. 9-4, 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 heavy rose do
Figured, plain and twilled bombazetts
4-4 blue and brown camblets
Fancy prints in great variety
On handy from recent arrivals from New-York,
Plain black and figured Canton crapes
Blue, pink, white and black Italian do
Black Italian lustring, very superior
Senchews, sarsinetts and lcvantines
Jaconet and cambric muslins
Figured and plain book and swiss do
7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens, long lawns
Brown Hollands, Russia and Irish diapers '
Linen cambric, and cambric hdkfs
Cambric andfurniture dimity
Flag, bandanno and madrass hdkfs
Worsted and cotton hosiery
Clark’s spool, sewing and floss cotton
Fancy silk and gause hdkfs
Lambs wool shirts
Patent sewing and shoe thread
Burlaps and tiklenburgs
Twilled sacking and oznaburgs
10 bales superior Russia sheetings
100 pieces indigo blue cassinetts
Blue mixed kersey* and plains
30 bales domestic goods, comprising a handsome lot of
3-4,7-8 and 4-4 brown and bleached shirtings and plaids,
whichtogether with their former stock, wiu be told at re
iuced prices.
sept 24—tf
Pine Mutton.
THE subscribers have on hand, and will keep through
the winter, a regular supply of best Have orth
dec 7 Corner of King and Waahington-sU.
C. & I. P. Thompson,
HAVE received, per ships Pioneer and Shenandoah,
from Liverpool, a well selected assortment of
Among them art—
Extra saxonv cloths and cassimeres
Fine and superfine, do do
Do do double milled drab
Mixed and drab plains
Drab water proof do
Drab and olive feamaughts
Fashionable London toiljnct 8c Valencia vesting
Figured, plain and twilledbombazettes, ih great
Circassian plaids [variety
White, scarlet, red, 1 FLANNELS
Yellow, green and black 5
Swanskins, bocking and drapery baizes
8-4 cassimere shawls, plain and printed borders
8-4,9-4,10/4, 11-4, 12-4 and 134 rose blankets as
sorted in trusses
3, 3$ and 4 point blankets
Fancy prints of the newest style
Do clouded costume ginghams
- By the Brunswick, from Bremen,
20 bales of burlaps, No. 1, 2, 3, 4 and S
Cambric, jaconet and fancy muslins
Brown and bleached shirtings
Cotton and worsted hosiery, chopparomal9
Devonshire kerseys, pelisse cloths
Buttons, pins, &.c &c.
And, daily expected,
4- 4 fine and superfine ingrain carpetings
5- 8, 34 and 44 do venitian do
Hearth rugs, carpet bindings
Strelitz osnaburgs, twilled sacking
Russia sheetings, ravens duck
Irish linens, patent shoe threads. sept 1
Syjaim’d Panacea.
HIS valuable medicine has obtained a distinction
which its efficacy alone can support. As a purifier
of the blood it has no parallel. It is the most useful
spring andautumn alterative ever known. All those who
are affected with Scrofula, Leprosy, Scurvy, or cutaneous
Eruptions, or any of those melancholy diseases arising
from the impurity of the blood and juices—also, those
who suffer by diseused Liver, lihemnatic affections, or from
indiscretion of their youth, as well as those whose con
stitutions are broken down by mercurial, antimonial or
arsenical medicines should submit to a course of Swaim's
Panacea. The effect of this.medicinc is such as not
to interrupt cither business or pleasure, and requires
only the common restraints of moderation in diet. It is
conveyed by the circulating fluids, and corrects their
tendencies to all those diseases which originate in vitiated
blood. It is a safe, though a powerful substitute for
.mercury, and removes those evils which an unsuccessful
use of that mineral so often occasions, &c.
“I have repeatedly used Swaim’s Panacea,both in the
hospital and in private practice, and have found it to be
a valuable medicine inchronic, syphilitic and scrotulous
complaints, and in obstinate cutaneous affections.
“Professor of Surgeiy, in the University of N. York,
Surgeon of the N. Y. Hospital, See.
New York, 1 at mo. 5th, 1824,”
“I have within the last two years had an opportunity
of seeing several cases of very inveterate ulcere, which
having resisted previously the regular modes of treat*
inent, were healed by the use of Mr. Swaim’s Panacea;
and I do believe, from what I have seen, that it will prove
an important remedy in scrofulous, venereal and merc
urial diseases. N. CHAPMAN, M. D.
“Professor of the Institutes and practice of Physic in
the University of Pennsylvania, &c.
Philadelphia, Feb. 16, !824.”
“I have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim, in
numerous instances, within the last three years,and have
always found it extremely efficacious, especially in se
condary syphilis and in mercurial disease. 1 have no
hesitation in pronouncing it a medicine of inestimable
value. VV. GIBSON, M. D.
“Professor of Surgery in the University of Pennsyl
vania, Surgeon and Clinical Lecturer to the Alms
House Infirmary, See.
February 17, 1823.” •
Caution to Pur chaser8
The great demand and wonderful success of this me
dicine, have induced a number of persons to imitate it
in various ways. Some are selling sarsapari lla and o
thei syrups, imposing them on the ignorant for the Pa
nacea; others are mixing the genuine medicine with
molasses, &c. making three bottles out of one—thus
retaining some of its virtues. These imitations and adul
terations, have in many instances, protracted the suffer
ings of patients in exses where the genuine medicine
would have proved instantly efficacious. I therefore
deem it a duty 1 owe the public, to acquaint them,
that it is impossible, from the very nature of its consti
tuents, to be discovered by chemical analysis; and con
sequently, that all other mixtures represented to be
mine and sold as such, arc fraudulent and base imposi
tions, calculated to deceive the ignorant and unwary.
Thegenuine medicine hxs my signature on a label re
presenting Hercules and the Hydra, and my name on
the seal.
Communications, postpaid, and orders from any part
of the world, will receive immediate attention.
yC/’Printed directions accompany the medicine.
No. 13, South Ninth-street, Philadelphia,
Opposite the University of Pennsylvania.
A constant supply of the above valuable medicine
i$ kept by the subscribers who are appointed sole agents
for Alexandria. Prices—$3 per bottle, or £30 per do
april 28
[From the Philadelphia Evening Post.]
HAVING made the proper inquiry, wc can vouch for
the accuracy of the statement contained in the
subjoined communication. No one should hesitate to
bear just evidence to the merits of a medicine like that
of Mr. Swaim’s, which would seem to be very differ
ent from the nostrums of the day.
To the Editors of the Saturday Evening Post.
Dr. Gibson, Professor of Surgery in the University of
Pennsylvania, in his Lecture of Monday last, spoke in
high terms of Swaim’s Panacea. He remarked that he
had found it decidly beneficial in chronic cases of Syphi
lis, &c., and that he had known patients who had la
bored under this disease for a length of rime, and tried
almost every remedy commonly employed for its cure,
with very little if any effect, but who, after using the
Panacea, recovered quickly and entirely. He related
several instances of rapid and extraordinary restoration
to robust health from a state of the most miserable
weakness and infection, wherein repeated salivations
had produced only the mischief incident to the use of
mercury. He spoke likewise of Mr. Swaim, personal
ly, acknowledging the generosity which he had shown
in the distribution of his medicine to the poor, and in
the support even of whole families until a cure was ef
fected. The Professor mentioned that he had been
censured by Surgeons and Physicians for recommend
ing the Panacea of Swaim, but that be thought it a duty
which he owed to suffering humanity not to withhold
the expression of bis opinion and experience of its effi
cacious character. \ STUDENT.
N. B. We think it our duty to say, that we are sur
prised to find that a number 6f spurious mixtures have
been got up lately, in imitation of this most vaiua ble re
medy, and that several strangers have been injured by
he mistake. We would advise all persons who ;we in
ivant of such a remedy, tc apply where the genuine is
tnown to be had. MEDIC US.
april 28
King-street Hotel,
THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that
he has taken the house lately occupied by Mr. Chas.
Scott,on King-street, nearly opposite Mr. James Eng
lish's Hour store, and in the neighborhood of the diag
onal pump, where the best water in town is obtained,
and intends keeping it as a
Roue* of Entertainment,
where travellers and others can be accommodated
with every thing necessary in such an establishment,
on the very best terms.—Connected with this establish
witii/u win uc iiuiisiuiiujr iu|iiiui.u wiui u» nest Pro
vender the market affords, and attended by an accom
plished ostler. On liis own part, he is determined to
spare no pains to give satisfaction to those who may
favor him with their custom, and solicits a share of
public patronage.
tJCj’S. B. S. H. will, as heretofore, cement BROKEN
COMBS in the neatest manner, on their being left at
the above establishment,or at Mr. Thomas Mount’s,
je 14—tf
A most valuable Ea»l India
lYtveumatism JUveuinutic, G out
Extract of a Letter from the Rev. Janet English dated
Bengal, to hit friend Dr. F. Dedwell, in LotiJou.
“Dr.AR Sir—Agrccableto your request I have with
difficulty procured and now send you by the ship Jason
Capt. Robertson, a few pounds of PoUidelphis, or what
generally goes by the name of India Extract, a medi
cine universally esteemed among the people of India,
for the cure of Rheumatism. Was I to inform you of the
number of people who are daily relieved and cured by
this valuable remedy, it would require more paper than
I am able to purchase, and more time than I am able to
bestow. Indeed, the effect of this Medicine is so im
mediate, that in Khel.watism you would in some cases
suppose it acted almost like a charm in removing dint
painful disease. The difficulty, however in procuring
the Extract, will, for many years, retard its general cir
culation. It being obtained from a .Shrub growing on
the Mountains of Tibet, in the Herman Empire of India,
and held in so much repute by the Xutercs, that to part
with it, is like parting with their existence.” The usual
mode of taking it is tn the form of Pills, j s|iajj US(.
all my endeavors to send you a constant supply-.
Since the proprietor has received the aboveJIedicine
• lltltt tillf it nn in Imvno mnf... at
he has put it up in boxes made for the purpose"'con!
ills, with a bill of directions and a certifi.
taining sixtv p
cate ot its being genuine, signed in his own hand writ
uig and in order to show- its vast importance, has
thought proper to submit for public inspection, a few
out ota vast number of Certificates from people who
have been cured by it in Europe and America.
_ „ _ I Am don} Jan. 7,1823.
Df.aii Doctor—T ha»c oeermuieimy anecieir trim “S
Rheumatic complaint for many years; even my fingers
were so contracted I could neither dress nor undress
myself, or give the least assistance to my family—l have
only used two boxes of the Extract, and I am perfectly
restored. Yours, truly,
I/ondon, April 19 th, 1824.
Dear Sin—I beg leave to inform you that I have been
for these several months so affected with such violent
pains in my hips, thighs and legs, and swelling of the
joints, that I could not rest day nor night; nothing that
was applied gave any relief, until a neighbor of mine in
formed me of the India Extract having performed ma
ny cures; 1 sent for a box, which gave wonderful relief,
and by using two boxes and a half, 1 am as well as ever
I was in my life. Your obedient servant, J. WELSH.
London, Feb. 10th, 1823.
Dear Sir,—I think it my duty to inform you, that
after trying every remedy pointed out by the most re
spectable physicians for the relief of my son, without
any success, who, you know, has formany year* been
labouring under severe Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout,
Fever, isle. I made trial of the India Extract according
to the instructions, and I am rejoiced to say, it has pro
ved a perfect cure.
Richmond, Virginia, May 2d, 1824.
Dear Sir—It becomes me at this time, to express to
God my gratitude for the means he had made use of, in
restoring my long loot health, by the use of a medicine
called Poludelphis or India Extract. For the last five
years I have been so grievously afflicted with Rheuma
tism, that 1 have at times almost wished for death to re
lieve me from my suffering—seeing this medicine ad
vertised, I sent for a box, and 1 do declare, that since I
have began to use it I have never felt a pain, and am
sure that by continuing to use it for a short time, I shall
again enjoy my usual health, and be able to support my
family, as heretofore. Inclosed, I send you three dol
lars, for two boxes, which you will please to pack up
carefully, and Mr. Bemey will bring it safe to me. You
may tell the world it is my opinion, * hat the Poladelphis
is the only medicine in the world, that will cure tlie
Rheumatism. With joy and gladness. Yours,
Extract of a Letter from a rtsptduhle Physician in Bed.
ford County, State of Pennsylvania, to the Ageul of
inc yrvj/riciur.
There 19 in my neighbourhood a gentleman who has
been heavily afflicted with Rheumatism for many years.
He has been using the Panacea, to the amount of six or
seven bottles without any effect? on seeing the Poladel
phis advertised, he got a friend.to call at Mr. Desilver’s
book store, in Market strcet,for a box of the pills which
he is using, and receiving much benefit from it? and 1
am of an opinion that one or two boxes more will pro
duce a radical cure. 1 believe it to be valuable medicine.
This i* to certify that I have appointed Doctor Ro
bert Harris, Jr. of Philadelphia, my only agent in the
United States, for to dispose of that valuable medicine,
called the Poladclphis, India Extract, with full power to
appoint agent9 wh'ere he may think proper? and as the
great demand may induce unprincipled persons to fa
bricate the medicine to the injury of the public, I have
thought proper to accompany tins certificate signed in
my own bund writing, with the directions-round each
box? and the more effectually to detect counterfeits,
the public will observe the signature of my agent Ho
bert Harris, Jr. on the outside of every box. To coun
terfeit which is felony. Signed at my Office, No. 22,
Greek-Street, London. F BEDWELL.
Agreeable to the authority given to me, by Dr. Ba»~
well, I have appointed
EA'WwA Stabler & Son,
Druggists in ALEXANDB1 Ar H
The only Agent sin the Dnttictof Columbia,
for disposing of the Ifsu Bitun.
•.•On every box observe the signature of
OCfPrice, |1 50 p«box-r»5 per dosen
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