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Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
• June Term, 1833.
CATHARINE DIEZ Executrix of Adam Uiea, de
ceased. submitted to the Cour: her second account
as executrix aforesaid, wi*h the vouchers in support
thereof; which account is received, and will be allow
ed and recorded, unless cause be shewn to the contra
ry, on or bafore the first Monday in August next; of
* which all persons Interested or concerned will take no
tice A copv—Teste:
June 19—w6w_A. MOORE, Reg. Wills
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
June Term, 1833.
ISATHARINE DIEZ, Guardian of the Orphans of
fj Adam l)eis, deceased, submitted to the Court her
second aocount, as guardian aforesaid, with the vouch
ert in support therof; which account is received, and
Will be allowed and recorded, unleu cause be shewn
to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in Au*
gust next; of which all persons interested or concern
ed will take notice. A copy—Teste: ^
june 19—w6w_A, MOORE, Reg. wflls
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
June Term, 1833.
JOHN C. HERBERT, Administrator of Oliver Nor
ris. deceased, submitted to the Court his secoi-d
account, as administrator aforesaid, with the vouchers
in support thereof; which account is received, and
Will be allowed and recorded, unless cause be shewn
to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in Au
StstneiH of which all persons interested or concern
[ will take notice. A copy—Teste:
june 19—w6w_A. MOORE, Reg. Wills.
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
Juiie Term, 1833.
WILSON M. C. FAIRFAX, Administrator of Fre
derick LT Griffith, deceased, submitted to the
Court his final acoount, as administrator aforesaid, with
the vouchers in support thereof; which Iccouot is re.
* ceived, and will be allowed and recorded, unless cause
be she we to the contrary, on or before the first Monday
in August next; of which all persona interested or con
cerned will take notice. A copy—Teste:
june 19—w6wA. MOORE, Reg. Wills.
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
July Term, 1833.
r*RV. WILLIAM JACKSON, Guardian of Mary
Jtwu.ee, submitted to the Court his first account, as
guardian aforesaid, with thevouebers ie support there
of* which account is received, will be allowed and du
ly recorded unless cause be shewn to the contrary, on
or before the firsi Monday in September next; of which
all persons interested or concerned will take notice.
A copy—Test. A. MOORE, Reg. Wills.
• e r _
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
r • July Term* 1833.
ELIZABETH URIE, administratrix of Arthur T
Urie, deceased, submit d to the Court her first
account, as administratrix aforesaid, with the vouchers
in support thereof; which account is received, will
be allowed and duly recorded, unless cause be
shewn to the contrary, on or before the first Monday in
September next; of which all persons interested or
concerned will take notice. A C0Py~"T?8t:
jy i6-w6w_A- MOORE. Reg. Wills.
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
r July Term, 1833.
JAMES DOUGLAS, administrator of David Martin,
deceased, submitted to the Court his first account,
as administrator afo'esaid, with the* vouchers in sup
nbfl tWTreof; which account is received, will be allow
ed and duly "recorded unless cause be shewn to the
Contrary, on or before the first Monday in September
next; of which all persons interested or concerned will
,py_^r a. MOOHE. Reg. Wills.
Orphans’ Court, Alexandria County,
" July Term, 1833.
^IflLLIAM STABLER, Guardian of Julia R Head
ff ly, submitted to the Court his first account, as
guardian aforesaid, with the vouchers in support there
of; wtuah account is received, will be allowed and du
ly rewMed, unless cause be shewn to the contrary, 6n
or before the firft Monday in September next; of which
\>eraons interested or concerned will take notice.
• A copy—Test: * % A. MOORE, Reg. Wills.
jy 16—w6w _» __
Chair Manufacturer and Ornamental
Painter,
f’llHANKFUL for the patronage he has already re
l ceived from tus fHtSnds and the public, respect
fully inform* tha^fhat he will continue to make, and
keep constantly fur sale, at fair prices, at his Manufac
tory, south west corner of King and Columbus streets,
>nit>i«ite J. fyJ. Douelas* Store,
apt A general assortment of Gre
. cian. Fancy and Windsor
M. CHAIRS.
The public are respectfully invited
call and examine hia present assort
f m Imcnt. He feels assured that they will
I 1 be found not to be inferior, either in the
durability of their materials or the neatnesa of their ex
ecution.to those of any other manufeemrer m the Dis
trict. He win execute .
Sign and Ornamental Painting ana Gilding,
in all tbeir various branches, on the most accommodat
"oLUMCH Alas will be taken in part payment for
new ones, or will be repaired or re painted at the
*hCh*irsnpurchM«d »t this manufactoiy will be sent,
free of expense, to any part of the District.
nov 10—-tf _ . . .... .
Cabinet,Chair, and Sofa Manufac
tory.
JhMES GREEN Cabinetmaker,—haaonhand,and
stsasssssamsasssB
will warrant equal,if not superior i n quality, to any
ever offeredin the District!—Consisting! n part ,ot—
Grecian, wingedand plain wardrobes
Gothic, pedestalendand plainsideboarda
Ditto, wHh cellarettsand marbles lab a
French and plainbureaua
Dressing do with mirrors
Ladies’and Gentlemens secretariesan book-case
Pier jab lex with marble and mahogany tops
Pillera nd c lxw di ning ,b reakfas tandc ard t ablcs
^ i Plain do , do do do do(
Ladies workstand
Shaving andcandl do .
Waahitandawithmar and mahoganytopa
Grecian A>fa*a
. -wW mahogany, nsple and stained woods, alio#
wiTch Juibe^oiaalaw forcaah aathey can be pur
or.hesameqnnUtyatanyothcr manufactory
* y.uXr- ot^tDomingoand iiay of.Hoodorna
X^togany, a partaf which i« suitable or handrails
.Ka^VawSdW and shaded veneers, copal var
a^^riorquality,sackingbottom^cord.,hc
fggftVd AW#
Handsomely executed mye
Tobacco.
gUMACtop. of
WoTine Tooth’ 1? o ate,
For Cleansing and Preserving the Teeth,
Arresting decay, hardening the gums, correcting un
healthy conditions of the rooutn and throat, scurvy,
tarter, ulcer*, gum boils, canker salivationi and giv
ing to all who use it a sweet and wholeaomt breath.
rflHIS preparation combines the virtues of purifying
J. and antiseptic, with healing, bland and demul
cent substances Travellers will find it a neat and
convenient article. Gentlemen who smoke or chew,
and persons who indulge In eating onions and garlicks,
will find it to purify the breath and impart to it an
agreeable fragrance.
Observe that it contains no acid, but on the contra
ry will relieve the " teeth on edge" occasioned by
acids; that it never gets hard and unfit for use; that
it is put up in neat wooden boxes with printed direc
tion*.
Certificate of W. Byrd Powel, M. D, of Lexington
Medical College, Ky.
I approve highly of the component parts of the Chlo
rine Tooth Paste; and find by experience that it com
bines all the advantages of the Chlorine Tooth Wash and
the Dcntrifices, without the injurious consequences that
now result from very many articles found in the Shops,
used for cleansing and preserving the teeth
W. Bird Poweli,
Surgeon Dentist Ho. 31 Charles strut, Baltimore.
Prepared omx by M- L. Krapp A Co. and
R H Colemajt A Co.
Price 50 cents. Chemists, Baltimore.
BOWEL COMPLAINTS.
Dr. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM,
For the cure of that destructive disease on Children, the
Summer Complaint, and for Bowel Complaints, Cho
lera Morbus, Dysentery, &c ,- and all diseases arising
from a diseased stale of the Stimach and Liver, as
Dyspepsia, Indigestion end Sick Head A die,
Certificate from fir. William Steeling.
This may urtify, that I have used Doctor Jayne's Car
minative Balsam very extensively in Bowel Complaints,
and have not the least hesitation in declaring it superior
to any preparation that I have met with, far the relief of
those diseases. Wm. Steeliro, M. D.
Bridgeton, July 18, 1831.
Certificate from Dr. T. J Kitts, Pastor of the second
Baptist Church of Philadelphia. ..
Having bun permitted to examine the components of
which t he Carminative Balsam consist*, and tested in my
family its beneficial effects, I am certain that it will be
found a very happy combination and useful medicine for
those complaints for which it professes to be a remedy.
* Philadelphia July 28, 1831. T. J Kitts.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
ine auove articles are lur saie uy
7th mo 18 WILLIAM STABLER,
[ Warretiton Spectator ] ' Agent.
CE\na and Eattt\ei\^at«.
HUGH C. SMITH
Has received per ship Virginia, iust
arrived from Liverpool, and offers for sale
on moderate terms, wholesale and retail,
111 Crates and Hogsheads
(CHINA AND EARTHENWARE,
comprising an extensive assortment of eve
ry article in the line
Superior Dinner Sets, blue and fancy colors
Best quality Gilt Tea Sets
English Thermometers, in bronsed copper and t-n
cases -
Best quality Castors, silver mounted
Lamp Wicks, assorted sizes
—ON HAND—
India china Dinner Sets, 1‘lates, be.
A large supply of cut, plain and moulded GLASS
WARE «*,
French gilt Tea China
tt indow Glass, of a good quality, every size
Pipes, in boxes 3 groce each, English and German
20 groce best quart Wine Dottles
25 groce " do Porter do
20 groce " pint do do
Demijohns, from quart to 5 gallon_
TiatihewwaTe and CYilna.
ROBERT H. MILLER
HAS received, per ship Virginia, just arrived from
Liverpool, a snpply of
EARTHENWARE & CHINA, Viz:
Blue, brown and pink printed Dinner Ser*
vices
Do do Plates, Cups and Saucers, be.
l)o do Ewers and Basins, be.
China Teaware, be.
Together with an excellent assortment of
Pressed, Plain and Cut Glassware
Pipes in boxes, 3 groce each
Window Glass, from 8x10 to 12x18
* Black Porter Bottles
Furniture Knobs b Looking Glass Plates
Boots $ tttvoes.
A. D. HARMON,
At hia new Store, adjoining Ur. Butch
^^^&^er’s, and two doors above his old stand, has
S^^Bpreceived a part of his Spring stock of
BOOTS & SHOES,
consisting of almost every variety of Ladies', Gentle
men’s, Misses’, Boys' and Children's Boots, Bouthel;
Shoes,and Slippers, which he wwill sell hoiessle and
retail, vest chcar. Call and see;_^pr 10
ftpvlng ttuuds. 9~
W. H. THOMPSON & CO.
HAVE received, by the last arrivals, a large and ge
neral assortment of
STAPLE AND FANCY GOODS,
which they oiler for sale upon favorable terms, whole
SALE AH* RETAIL-__Apr 8
John A. Foncard,
Upholsterer and Mattrass Manufacturer,
TENDERS his respectful acknowledgements to the
public in general for the very liberal encourage
ment he has received, and informs them that he has
on hand a general assortment of
New live geese Feather Beds
Best curled hair Mattrasses
Spanish moss do
Cotton do
Cat-tail do
Straw do
Sofas, Easy Chairs, &c. &c
New live geese Feathers and Spanish Ifoss sold by
the large or amall quantities. Curled Hair for sale,
wholesale or retail.
All of which can be warranted of the very best qua
lity,and will be disposed of on reasonable terms, for
cash.
Tb© public are requested to call and examine his
Goods._ may 21—cotf
White and Dr ah Hals foi
SUMMER—LATEST FASHIONS.
THOMAS L. MARTIN,
At his old stand, on King, three doors
^B 1 above Fairfax street, has on hand an ex
f tensive assortment of
WHITE, DRAB AND BLACK
HATS °J th* latest fashion,
and all the varieties of shapes a*d qualities that are
worn, manufactured under hia own Immediate inspec
tion by the sort experienced workmen, and' will be
found to be got up in a style not surpassed r.ny where
His prices are reasonable, and a good articl© may be
expected by purchasers
He would particularly invite attention tqjrin PLAIN
RUSSIA BATS. They are not surpamed, if,equal led,
in any marktt.
»
RecAih Secured, ^
BY the use of the Hygeian Vegetable UnWfcml
Medicines of the British College of Health, Lon
don. which have obtained the approbation and recom
mendation of thousands who have been cured, in con
sumptions, cholera morbus, inflammations, internally
or externally; dyspepsia, fevers, ague, indigestion, bi
lious or nervous affections, and all diseases of the liver;
yellow fever, gout, rheumatism,lumbago, tic doloreux,
dropsy, 8t. Vitus's dance, epilepsy, apoplexy, paraly
sis, palsy, green sickness, and all obatructionMo which
the female form is so distressingly liable, and which
sends so mtny of this fairest portion of the creation to
their untimely graves; smallpox, measles, whooping
cough, sqarlet fever, asthma, jaundice, gravel, stone,
and all urinary obstructions; fistula, piles, strictures,
ruptures, and syphilis in all its stages; constipated bow
els, worms, scurvy, itchings of the skin, king s evil,
and all cutaneous disorders; in short, every complaint
to which the human frame is so direfully subject, un
der all their varied forms and names; as the Hygeian
conviction is, that man is subject to one only recu
Disease,-that is, TO THE IMPURITY OF THE
BLOOD, —from whence springs every complaint that
can possibly assail his complicated frame; and that it
is the perpetual struggle of this vital, pure stream of
life, {the gift of Almighty power) to disencumber it
self of its viscous, acrid humours, with which it has be
come commixed, through the negligence of parents;
the ignorance or maltreatment of the Doctors; or the
vicious or gormandising propensities of us all.
This valuable Medicine, being composed only of
vegetable matter, or medicinal herbs, and warranted,
on oath, as containing not one particle of mercurial,
mineral, or chemical substances, (all of which are un
congenial to the nature of man, and therefore destiue
live to the human frame,) ia found to be perfectly
harmless to the most tender age or weakest frame, un
der every stage of human suffering; the most pi asant
and benign in it operation, and at the asme time the
most searching out the root of every complaint, how
ever deep, and of performing a cure, that was ever
offered to the world. This wonderful effect, too, is
produced by the least trouble to the patients, by
merely swallowing a certain number of small pills. *nd
being called a few extra times to the purposes of eva
cuation, with the least possible sensation of pain, or
exhaustion of bodily strength, and without the fear of
catching cold, or attention to dress or diet, in any way
different from their accustom* d habits.
These pills cure all cases, and cannot be taken to
excess Experience, which is the touchstone of sll
human knowledge, has long borne testimony to the
fact; and extensive use of them has already verified
its truth in this country.
These medicines cure by purging;sndyet ine weak,
the feeble, the infirm, the nervous, the delicate, are
in a few days strengthened by their operation, because
tney clear me oouy oi ns dbm numoun,
procure sound sleep. They are the safest and most
efficacious menicine to take to sea; preventing scurvy,
costiveness, be,
The Vegetable Cleansing Powders are of great as
sistance to patients, and facilitate the evacuation of
bad humours; they soften, cleanse, and detach the
acrimonious phlegm; are cooling, and allay the thirst.
One, two, or three powders may be taken throughout
the day, mixed in half a wine glass of water.
Extract of a Letter to Dr. Moat.
Sib : The motive which has induced me to writethis
letter to you, is, that I might be instrumental in the
recommendation of Morrison’s Universal Vegetable
Medicines to the afflicted, which, by the Divine bless
ing, has cured me of the Scarlet Fever. My case was
as follows: Whilst returning from Washington to Alex
andria, I was taken very ill, which obliged me, on my
arrival, to retire suddenly to bed, but could not sleep,
and the next day my throat became so much inflamed,
that 1 could scarcely swallow; and my face, breast, and
body, presei.-ed evident symptoms of the great dan
ger I was in, and I knew not what to do; Calomel or
Mercury I abhorred as poison, and therefore desired
no assistance from the Druggist; but my mother, who
had experienced the good effect of the Ifygeian Pills
in a case or two of MMpwn, most strenuously advised
me to try- tbeir virtu^T which, with reluctance, I con
sented to, and commenced by taking eight No. 1 pills
at night, and eight No. 2 the next morning, and con
tinued taking, increasing daily, morning and evening,
until I took sixteen No. 2 at a time, which were dis
solved in water, as, by means of my sore throat, I could
not otherwise swallow them. I confess the dose made
me feel somew hat qualmish, &c ; but the pills and the
powders, of which I took one or two tea-spoonsfull a
day, operated well, and the final result was, that I fell
into a sound sleep, of which I had been deprived, and
the next morning awoke in a atate of perspiration, freed
from fever, cool and comfortable, and my reason (for
I had been deranged in mind) returned; and on the
9th day from the time I was first taken, I left my room,
and have eyer since enjoyed better health than I did
before. You have my leave to make whst use you
please of (bis. 1 wish you succesa, and am, air, your
obedient friend, MARY ANN FOWLER.
Alexa. D. C- March 14, 1833.
The genuine Medicines can be had of
WM. POMEROY, Alexandria,
Sole Agent for the Diltrict of Columbia and its vicinity.
By whom the Pills are told in packeta of one, two,
and three dollara each, and the Powders at 37 j cents
per box, with printed directions; snd also by the fol
lowing Sub- Agents; R. W. Polkinhorn, between 9th
and lOih streets, Pennsylvania Avenue; John Stillins,
Navy Yard, ‘Vashington; and Thomas C. Wright,
Georgetown; of whom alone can the Medicines be
warranted genuine. By appointment of Dr, H. S.
Moat, H. P. M., M. B. C. H., Brooklyn, New York, ’he
sole importer of these Medicines.
Morrisonia, or the Family Adviser, price $2 75; Prac
tical Proofs, ellustrated by numerous cases of cure, se
cond and third editions, price 25 and 37^cents; to be
had as above
Alexandria, mar 21,1833—_
Wf a&Y\ in Mwkfct.
pay Gash for any number of LIKELY
NEGROES, (of both sexes) from 12 to 25 years
of age, Field Hands. Also, Mechanics of every de
scription. Apply to
R C. Ballard k Co. Richmond, Va.
J. M. Saundera k Co. Warrenton, Va.
George Kepheart & Co. Fredericktown, Md.
James F. Purveis U* Co. Baltimore.
John Ware, Port Tobacco, Md.
Thomas M. Jones, Easton, Eastern Shore of
Maryland.
Or to the subscribers, at their residence in Alexandria.
Persona having likely Servants to dispose of, will do
well to give us a call, as we, at all times, will pay
higher prices in Cash than any other purchaser who is
now or may hereafter come into market.
All communications promptly attended to.
may30— tf FRANKLIN W AHMFIBLD.
India Clrina.
6 Boxes Canton Dishes, from 16 to 18 inches, supe
rior quality
5 do do Desert and Tea Plates; flat and deep,
pencilled and enamelled, very cheap
2 do do Bowls, quart and half gallon, will be
sold as low as Liverpool ware
15 groee Pint Porter Bottles
With a general assortment of CHINA, GLASS, W
EARTHENWARE, wholesale and retail.
5 mo 23ROBT. H. MILLER.
Btda, Mattr&s&ea, & Cabinet
FURNITURE.
STEPHEN S 8.ANGER respectfully informs the
public that he baa on hand, at his Upholstering Es
tablishment on King street, a few doors above Mr. L.
Hurdle’s Chair^Pac»«jjh SSES, tfc.
and will furniah to ordor any description of Upholster
ing or Cabinet Furniture at the lowest possible prices,
and with the utmost dispatch.
N. B. Repairing promptly attended to.
may 6—tf _ #
MUSEUM
OpendsM/from 10 to 12, M., and from 3 to J, PM
District of Columbia* I
County of Alexandria, Set.
Mat Term, 1833.
James Harris, Jr. and Lucy hia wife; Robert"!
Brockett and Betsey hia wife; and Maria Long*
den, Complainants, hi
asaixst a;
, Nancy Craig, Henry Craig, ton of Lucy Cra;g, u
deceased; George Craig and Edmund Craig;
Harriet McCready and John McCready her
husband; Henry Craig, aon of George Craig; 5]
Washington Craig, Thomaa Craig, Charlea Cj
Craig and Edwin Craig; Caroline Rote and ^
her husband Samuel Rose; John Harriaon
Craig, John Craig, George C- Longden, John
A. Longden and Alfred tforria, Defendants, J
THE Defendants, Harriet McCready, John McCrea.
dy, Henry Craig, («on of George) Washington
Craig, Charlea Craig, Edwin Craig, John Craig, George
C. Longden, John A. Longden, and Alfred Noma, not
having entered their appearance to this suit, and given
security according to the statute and the rules of the
Court; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that they are not inhabitants of the District of Colum
bis; on the complainant's motion by theircounsel.it is
ORDERED, That the said absent Defendants, Har*
riet McCready, John McCready, Henry Craig, (son of
George) Washington Craig.- Charles Craig, Edwin
Craig, John Craig. George C. Longden, John A- l,ong
den, and Alfred Norris, do appear herein or before
the first day of next October Term, and answer the
Complainant's bill, and give security for performing
the decrees of the Court; and that a copy of this Or
der be forthwith published for two months successive
ly in the Alexandria Phenix Gazette, and another co
py posted at the front door of the Court house of said
County. Test: EUH. 1* LEE, C. C.
jy 10—2m_—
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, Set. .
May Term, 1833.
Edward Hall, Complainant, "!
aoaihst CHJNCERY
Stephen McCormsck and Richard C
Windsor, Defendants, J
THE Defendant, Stephen McCormack, not having
entered his appearance to this suit, and given se
curity according to the statute and the rules of the
Court; and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the said Stephen McCormack it not an inhabitant
of the District of Columbia, on the motion of the Com
plainant, by his counsel, it is
ORDERED, That the said absent Defendant, Ste
phen McCormack, do appear here on or before the first
day of the next October Term of this Court, and an
7 .. . • n « I •__! A..
swer Uie DIM ui uic ouiiipiaiuaiiif luu 51Tb «v.
performing the decrees of the Court; and that the re
sident Defendant, Richard Windsor, do not convey,
pay away, or aecrete the money by him owing to, or
the estate and effects in his hands belonging to the
said Stephen) McCormack, until the further order and
decree of this Court; and that a copy of this order be
forthwith published for two months successively in the
Alexandria Phenix Gazette, and another copy posted
at the front door of the Caurt-house of said county.
Test: EDM. 1. LEE.C.C.
jy 3—2m____
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, Set.
Mat Term, 1833.
William Hoge and Thomas Hatch-"!
et, executors of Isaac Niokolls,
senior; William Hoge and Wil- |_
liam Piggott. executors of Sa- yiN CHANCERY
muel Nickolis, sen’r, Compl’ts, I
AQAIXST
James Brandon, Defendant, J
rpHE defendant, James Brandon, not having entered
1. his appearance to this suit, and given security ac
cording to the statute and the rule* of the Court; and
it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the de
fendant is not an inhabitant of the District of Colum
bia; on the motion of the complainants, by their coun
sel, it ia
ORDERED. That the aid defendant do appear
here on or before the firat day of the next October
Term of this Court, and answer the complainants’ bill,
and give security for performing the decrees of the
Court; and that a copy of this order be forthwith pub
lished for two months successively in the Alexandria
Phenix Gazette, and that another copy be posted at
the front door of the Court-house of aid County,
jy 4—2m Test: EDM 1. LBK, C. C.
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, Set.
May Term, 1833.
Negro Hannah and Rebecca her"
child, and Peggy and her child
ren, Milly, Arnold, Sophia, Han
nah, Witliam and Robert, Com-1 jy CHANCERY
plainant8, f
AQAIHST
Arthur P. West and Benjamin
Oden, Defendants, J
THE Defendants, Arthur P. West and Benjamin
Oden, not having entered their appearance to this
auit, and given security according to the statute and
the rule* of this Court* and it appearing to the satis
faction of the Court that the said Defendant* are not
inhabitants of the District of Columbia, on the motion
of the Complainants, by their counsel, it is
ORDERED, That the said Arthur P. West and
Benjamin Oden do appear here on or before the first
day of the next May Term of thia Court, and answer
the complainant’s supplemental bill, and give security
for performing the decrees of the Court* and that a co
py of this order be forthwith published for two months
successively in the Alexandria Pnenix Gazette* and
that another copy be posted at the frontdoor of the
Court of this County. Teat :
jy 4—2m EDM I. LEE, C. C.
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, Set.
May Term, 1833.
Robert I. T. Wilson, administrator
of David Ricketts, deceased.
Complainant, l iy CH.tSCERY.
AOAIHST
Jesse Wherry and Dwight Met
calf, Defendants,
THE Defennant, Jease Wherry, not having entered
his appearance to this suit, and given aecurity ac
cording to the statute and the rules of this Court* and
it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the
said Jesse Wherry is not an inhabitant of the District of
Columbia, on the motion of the Complainant, by his
counsel, it it
ORDERED, That he do appear here on or before
the first day of the next October Term of this Court,
and answer the bill of the Complainant, and give secu
rity for performing the decrees of the Court* and that
the resident Defendant, Dwight Metcalf, do not con
vey away or secrete the debts by him owing to, or the
money, estate, or effects in his funds belonging to the
•aid absent Defendant, Jesse Wherry, until the further
order and decrew of thia Court* and that a copy of this
order be forthwith published for two months auccea
sively, in the Alexandria Phenix Gazette, and another
copy posted at the front door of the Court house of
this County. Teat:
junc22-d2mEDM. I. LEE, C. C.
Djaueuala Cured, without
MEDICINE.
THE subscriber still continues to. apply the newly
discovered remedy for Dyspepsia with much suc
cess. His price is moderate.
He has just received bis Spring supply of
DRUGS, MEDICINES Ir DYE STUFFS\
all of which hp warrants as pure and cheap as any in
the place. Country merchants and physicians are par
ticularly invited to call orforward their orders. A good
credit given to punctual dealers.
•#* Superior Salad Oil. W. HARPER,
may 1 Druggist, Fairfax at. Alexandria.
DR. W. JUDKINS’
Patent Specific Ointment,
SOLD, WHOLSALB AND RETAIL, BY
WILLIAM STABLER, Agent, Aluandr
THE above Ointment is recommended to the public
aa a safe and certain remedy for those obstinate
diseases, some of which have so long baffled the skill
of medical science:
1st White swellings of every description,
2d Sore legs and ulcers of long standing,
3d Schirrus or glandular tumors, particularly those
hardened tumors in women's breasts, which oftentimti
terminate in ulcerated canoers,
4th Felons, or what some people know by the name
of catarrhs, of every description.
5th theumatic pains of the joints,
6th Sprains and bruises of every description, or in
whatever part situate,
7th Tetters of all kinds, tn this complaint the pa
tient, in applying the ointment, must keep the part
out of water,
8th Chilblains or partsaffected by froat.
CERTIFICATE.
The following communication addressed to the pro
prietor of Judkins' Ointment, from the Hon- John Ta.
liaferro. Member of Congress, is highly interesting_ j
The gratuitous manner in which it is made, exhibit*
feelings of no ordinary character towards suffering hu
manity i and is certainly well deserving of public at.
tention:
Wasbiwstov, January 22, 1829.
Sib—It has been my wish, fora considerable time,
to communicate to you the good effect with which I
have used the Ointment invented by a Mr. Judkins,
and which I now understand is made and sold by
agents appointed by yourself, I have applied this
Ointment duringthe last three years to every species
of tumor and wound, without failure to produce a cure
in every instance. I consider it the most decided sml
efficient remedy in all cases of tumor, be the csu«e
what it may, and I have found nothing so good for
wounds of any description It may be proper to
add, that the cure of a tumor called white swelling, ,
given over by the most distinguished physicians as in
curable, and which they decided would, without ampu*
tat inn nrnvp futultn th*»nati«ant tv a a nn/I#>r mu
diate notire, effected by the use of Judkins’ Ointment, fl
and the patient is in fine health. His limb affected by B
the tumor being restored to a perfect state of sound* 1
nesa. Also that the legofanaged man which had been 1
wounded, and exhibited one dreadfully ulcerated sur* 4
face from the knee to the foot, and which, for more J
than two years, had been considered incurable, wasef* M
fectually cured by the application of Judkins’ Oint* fl
ment. I mention these two cases, which fell under my fl
immediate notice and management, aa a decided evi* B
dence of the efficacy of this remedy in cases of tumor B
and of ulcers* I have expe.ienced, as decidedly, the fl
good effect of this remedy in the cure of Felons, and B
of every species of fresh wound. It seems to me thst B
any one who wll observe on the operation of this Oint* V
ment, must be satisfied as to itabeneficial effect, lean ■ <
with the utmost confidence recommend the use of this V
valuable remedy.
1 am, sir, very respectfully,
JOHN TALIAFERRO,
To Mr. CHABLxaHiatToaa, Proprietor!
of Judkins’Ointment, nearFrcde* >
ricktown,Md. j
NOTICE.
Having been for several years in posses*
sion of a concern in Mr. Natbaw Sairrsao's patent, I
for making and vending his Ointment, known by the i
nam of •Dr. W. Judkins’Patent Specific Ointment/— L
and said Nathan Shepherd having obtained anew pit* a
ent thereon, and I having likewise renewed with fl
N. Shepherd the same interest I held before, it is
de^ed necessary that public notice be given of the fc
t umstance. Having devoted much time and csre fjj
dunngthe above period,in preparing and making this fl
Ointment, and been instrumental in giving it the geae* ■
ral character it has sustained, with whatever improve* I
ment, n all this time, it baa received, I present it to ■
public attention. As heretotore, the genuineness of M
the Ointment may be known by the label around the ,1
ointment pot, thus;
* * Made and sold, wholesale and retail, near Frederick, 1
Md by C Herstons, concerned in the patent right" i
April 15. CHARLES HERSTONS. 4
For sale by WILLIAM STABLER, §
june 8 Druggist, Fairfax Street. B
opieaaiA turnuure.
CHARLES KOONES,
Cabinet, Chair and Sofa Maker, King, next door
to the corner of JlVred street.
HAS on hand, and constantly manufactures a gene*
rai assortment of
FASHIONABLE CABINET FURNITURE,
Which, for elegance and durability, defies competition.
His stock, generally consists of
Grecian and plain sofas, couches and lounges
Mahogany and all kind* of drawing-room chairs
Grecian, winged and single wardrobes
Pedestal-end sideboards with marbletops and tnircrs
Gothic and various other ditto.
Pier tables, with msrble and mahogany tops
Piller and block dining, card and breakfasttables
do claw do do do do i
Plain do do do do do \
Centric or loo uo
French and variou other bureaus, with anu without
mirrors
Ladiesdressing tables, with and without mirrors
Ditto workstands and muaic stools
Dittoand gentlemen's abinet, secretaries and book I
cases
Washstands, with marble and mahogany tops
Richly carved and plain mahogany, bird eye, and curl
maple and common beadsteads
Cribs, cradles,candlestands,shavingdo^po'tabledc*ti
and every other article in the cabinet! ine.
LIKEWISE,
Mahogany of various kinds, steam sawed, curl and
shaded veneers, copal varnish, sacking bottoms, cords,
BEDS, MATTE ASSES8cO.
The above articles will be disposed offor cash or t o
punctual persons on the most liberal terms,
A very extensive patronage from Washington indu
ces me to say, that 1 will deliver furniture toany pur
chaser in thateity free ofexpence.
Timing & Carving executed in the best manner
may 20
EtankUn House HoleV
JkaML Bj J. MORRIS, it (he corner of
King and Pitt streets, and recently in the
fjjj|||IKoccupancy of Mr. A. Newton. This well
flUMHknown stand has just been put in good
order, and is now open for the reception of guest*,
where they can he accommod ted in the most agree
able manner. The salubrity of its situation, and conti
guity to the business part of the town, and the selection
fortbe table being the beat the market will afford, en
couragement by past favors animates the subscriber
with renewed seal to assure those who wish to board
by the week, month, or year, that no pains will be spar
ed in endeavoring to please. He therefore, from strict
attention and mode rate, charges, solicits s share ot pub
lic patronage. •
N. B. Persons travelling from Alexandria to VI ash
ington or Baltimore, can secure their seats in Belts
hoover's splendid Line of Blue Safety Coaches, at the
Bar. Hours of departure, half paat 7 A. M., 2 P. M ,
and 10 P. M.
PAMPHLETS printed at the Oazetle Office.

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