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r ,<„( Ur.'rthins:—Advertisements neat
. j t',Miv»icu'Mislv inserted at the rate of one j
Tulare for the first three insertions,!
.' live cents for every subsequent inser- j
\ veusonible deduction will be made in j
tica^«>fyearly advertisers.
. • \ : -t fvertiseinents appear in both papers. •
it, guI Acir Orleans Packets*
TKini NK. Samuel C. Koush. mas-1
I) t-r. to - lit lath S-ptombor; Krisr ISAAC i
' KWKI.IN, Win. Smith. master, to sail 1st
• c.S t. These vessels are of the iirst class,:
an-! tirted expressly for,the trade, having excel- j
■:,! uceotnm xlations for passengers, and com-;
;Vended hy men experienced in the business.
'l*i;jh‘>ve vessels will at ail times take stearn ,
i:, mo Mississippi. Persons wishing to ship will
',.is * makeearlv application to j
* . >f ' JOHN AKMKIELD. I
i I M 11 J
mi:xwi*kia am* i:“st<>\ ukcclau
LINK PACKKfS.
rpilK follow imr Vessels will compose tlie re
1 iMi;,tr i»;rn* *>( Packets between Boston and i
* IMrict of t ’olumbia:
Pi »r lather, U .Xewcmnb, Master.
Wankinco, K. U. Ilyder, do
•• Amulet, t*.(i. ]Nickerson, do
“ Columbia, C iivder, do
I ’[.. \fSNeIs are all ol the first class, with i
i \ o!i-'at acc mnnodations for Passengers.— |
j ... Masters need pilots, and well acquainted !
u:t!i*hetrade. They will sail once a week from ;
tacii ;»i;u:e. Airent:—
\VM. l-’oWf.K X Co, Alexandria.
A. C. LoVilJAlU) vV Co., T wharf. Boston. ;
jrine s’.‘—t f
FOR RK\T.
The thp'e stmy brick IKveliin*; ami Store .
.(Ini!'*' lit-J. at the corner ol L*ni»>n ami
I'erio*streets, a In >t rote stand for tin* grocery
,iv;us> To a irood tenant the rent will he
v an ! posies'! ui iriven mnnediatelv; apple to
an- 13 7 \VM. :N. M'VKIUII.
T\vi:u\ KOI* 15K.NT.
At K. t ieur^e 11 >u<er Va. there ,
s but out* Tavern— whit h is spacious, and
u ,|ne vacant at the oim ot me year. r or ;n ms
v-' chwii be accomodating apply, to V. John- ,
s ;i E>'|. near the premises or to
j ir GEO. JOHNSON 4t Co, j
TO KK.XT.
, T : ' Slick «i welling iiou^o, a ’joining Mrs.
^\«>rri**s ipm cry on Prince Street.
UantiM—a t lit i;> sii'on;' l lor'*'.
.ay l JOSIAM H. DAVIS.
Foil SALK.
s A cnndmr.tble Framed Dwelling House
*..u11 f.ot, wFh a brick Stable attached, in j
~ • ivp.ur a:i*‘ ui a pleasant aiui healthy pari
.■{lie town. it. 11. CI*ACiKTT. !
jnn^ 1«>—tf
TO LKT,
Tho i.ip.m* iin*.l liamisoivie iiiiUln't! fis c j
Lpro«»t }»nc‘!\ oppnsit*' l» win’s !’>iv\vn y
* a mi street. to a tenant the unit will
* nia»i“ rerti law. IVisons wishing to live at
11 i*Mprear. huh better apply so«>n.
jane 17 JOSIAU II. UAVIS.
FOK UFNT.
The Store ami Foliar, at the corner of
Kuisjnu'l Wa^lmiirton streets recently oc
.' e<* hy James I>. Kerr. This property inis
“:1 established as one of the best stands
*"vvn tor a tiro erv St no, and is well adapt
t’> nay other kind of business. Immediate
»■ session »»iveii. JOHN H. CttKASK.
me i—tt Ail mV. of A. Crease, dec’d.
CiuASS WARE.
1 'll.! A received 21 hhds. and casks latest
^ s\' v at, plain, and pressed Glass Ware,
; ! which, with their very full assortment of
1 <’*» l I'kirthemvaro—for sale on moderate
HUGH SMITH & Co.
inly
N. K. RUM.
| \ ‘*!!l>s received per Amide*, f»r sale by
f ‘ WM. FOWLE & Co.
, n bottlesT
I Ir ’HorK (lu ut Porter Dottles, J Just re
0 '“do do Wine do Sceived.
“ —A tiiii simply of Pint Bottles.
j:ue-t HUGH SMITH & Co.
GLASS AM) ORNAMENTS.
J received and on tiand, a supply of
u ;*n!ow Glass, 8 x 10. 10 x 12, 12 x 10, and
,X.,|S' varu>us (qualities and brands.
, . ' “t‘‘,,n Ornaments, of new and neat pat*
* sale, whdesaie and retail, l>v
155 ROBERT II. MILLER.
1 or TON YARN AND SHOT.
1 I MilI l*l>8. Petersburg Cotton Yam,
■"vr .jo bags Philadelphia Patent Shot,
1 ' L V°d and tor sale !>v
1__A. C. CAZENOVE 4b Co.
- 1 -AM‘Y. RUM AND WINE.
| 1 d'K Champaign brandy, vintage ot IM >
ruacheon pure tth proof Jamaica rum
*A in’.row's Champaign wine; iust rc
u '**d tor sale l>v
STKP11HN SIiINN A Co.
Ja:».n*'v'' \\ hai *
IMPORTANT NOTICE.
T is deemed advisable to protect the puhlu
1 from daily impositions, to add an additional
label on each packet of the GENUINE MCR1*
SON’S PILLS, which must beat the signature o
each Agent through whose hands it passes, in
addition to my name, as no apothecary or drug
gest is permitted to vend the same.
H. SHEPilEARD MOAT,
Svle H y gean L elega te to t he U. S. B rook lyn, N. Y.
HE A L TJf SECl R EI).
By the use of the Hvgeian Vegetable Univer
sal medicines of the British College of Health,
London, which have obtained the approbation
and recommendation of thousands, (who, by
the blessing of Providence, have been cured in
Consumptions, Cholera Morbus, Inflammations
internally and externally; Dyspepsia, Fevers
Ague, Indigestion, Bilious or Nervous Affections I
and all diseases of the Liver, Yellow Fever
Gout, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Tic Doloreux
Dropsy, St. Vitus’ Dance, Epilepsy, Apoplexy
Paralysis, Palsev, Green Sickness, and all ob- .
structions to which the female form is so dis i
tressingly liable, and which sends so many o
the fairest portion of creation to their untimely |
graves; Small Pox, Measels, Whooping Cough
Scarlet Fever, Asthma, Jaundice, Gravel, Stone ■
and all urinary obstructions: Fistula, Piles, Stric- ;
tures, Ruptures, and Syphilis, in all its stages;
Constipated Bowels, Worms, Scurvy, Itching of
the Skin, King’s Evil, and all Cutaneous Disor
ders; i i short every comnlaint to which the hu
man frame is so dircfullv subject, under all their
varied forms ana names: as it has been indispu
tably demonstrated, that Man is subject to only
one real disease, that is the Impurity of the Wood
(from whence springsevery complaint that can
possibly assail his complicated frame) and a
vary slight trial of thc^, Universal Medicines will
evince their all sufficiency to cleanse and purify
that source of life, as well as disease, and restore
the suffering patient to tlie blessings of Health.
This valuableAledicine being composed only
of vegetable matter, or medicinable herbs, and
warranted, on oath, as containing not one par
ticle of mercurial, mineral, or chemical substan
ces (all of which are uncongenial to the nature
of man, and, therefore destructive to the human
frame) is found to be perfectly harmless to
the most tender age or weakest frame, under
every stage of human suffering, and, at the same
time, the most certain in searching out the root
of every complaint, however deep, and of per
forming a cure, that was ever offered to tne
wonu. ,
The Medicines are comprised in these differ
ent articles only, viz. in two kind of'Pi]Is, desig .
nated No. I and No. 2; the first is a powerful, but j
most gentle, mild aperient or opening modi- j
■ iues, detaching and partially removing the hi
lions ropy humors, whilst the No. 2 pills carry
ofi those and the serous, acrid and putrid hu
mours incidental to the body, and act together
as a ferret in a warren never resting until
every avenue of the human frame is thorough- ,
ly searched and cleansed of its imparities.
The Vegetable Cleansing Powders are of great as
sistance to patients, ami facilitate the evacuation of
bad humours; they soften, cleanse, and detach the
acrimonious phlegm; are cooling, and allay the tbits*. j
Uiitj i '.V0j or 11 irer powders wav be taken tinotighi ut
the? <!h> , mixed >r. hall a wine glass of water.
The genuine Medicines can he had of
\YM. POM K ROY, Alexandria,
Sole fur the District of Columbia and its vir.initij
Uy whom the Pills are sold in packctsof one, two, ;
and three dollars each, and the Powders at 37$ cents
per box, with printed directions; and also by the to!* ,
iow'mgSuo-Agt-nts: It. W. Poltuuhorn, between 9ih
and 10th streets, Penn. Avenue; and I\ (J. Wright,
Georgetown; of whom alone can the Medicines >e
warranted genuine. Hy appointment ot l)r, M S.
Moat, tl. !\ M., M ID C. 1! , brook!) n,New Yurk.’.te
jide importer ot these Medicines.
Morrisoniu, or the Family Adviser, price f - i 5; i r xc«
lica! Proofs, illustrated by numerous cases of cure,
bird edition, price 57$ceuts; to be had asabove.
Certificate from Alabama.
I certifv that I was for a long time severely afflict
ed with an ulcerated mouth, and small ulcers on
♦ he outside of my face, which were occasioned by the
usC of Mercury in the attempt to cure me of a vene
real complaint, and had despaired .if being cured, bui
seeing an advertisement of the the llygcian Medicine,
sent to Mobile for a package,which I mud, but ascer
tained that they were a medici- e prepared b> a per
son called liver, and from the use of which l received
no benefit Upon being informed of their being spu
i rious, I obtained some oi the genuine Morison’s I'dla
I of your agent for this State, Mr J. War ford, Jr , and
for the benefit oi those who ma> be suffering as 1 w as,
* an. happy to say that, by the use of the pill*, d°
s of ten to fifteen, for one month, my complaints
ere entirely cured, and that I am now in a« good
J w n w
! health as 1 ever was. , VqoV ‘
iai.24-tt Mobile, Ala. Nov. 1. 1824.
1 ALEXANDRIA FOUNDRY ami MAUTllNK
FACTORY.
TJIOMAS M. SMITH $ CO.,
I EXECUTE orders for High unit Line Pns
^ sure Stemn Hugines, Fire Engines. Patent
i Rope Machinery, Iron, brass and b’onrposiiion
Castings of every description; Mill 'v ork, both
Wrought and Cast; Cast-iron Rollers, Chilled
and Soft; Soap boiler’s and other Kettles and
Pans; Mill and Tobacco Screws; Turning
Lathes; Stocks, Taps and Dies; Letter C onymg
Presses; Soda-water Apparatus; Models of Ma
chines, brands, &c. Having superior Slide
Lathes, thev can execute Turning with area
accuracy and dispatch. All articles made a
this establishment, may be relied on as being ol
; the best quality. mar 10—d.>uUaw ly
LAMPS.
J UST received, a lew Astral Lamp;. la'eot
patterns, with cut and plain shades. Als'*,
iiuing Lamps, Brass Shop Lamps, \\ all an
Hail Lamps. Lamp Wicks. ,.^rl f
sept 11 HUGH SMITH & <
naIEsT
(‘ASKS A ails and Biads assorted
UUU stvt. iol sale by
bept 12 ' \VM. FUWLK & Co
LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
HAVE in store—and for sale
Trinidad and Porto Rico Sugars
Rio, St. Domingo and Mocha Coffee
Young Hyson Teas, chests and halfchests
Pounds Cavendish Tobacco, prime
Madeira, Port, Pale Sherry /
St. Luear and Marseilles Madeira \ 1 cs
Olive Oil, Flotant Indigo
Liverpool fine Salt in sacks
Turks Island Salt
Rice, Dutch Madder
Spanish Moss
Chain Cables, 2-8, 1-2, 5-8 inches
Tar, Pitch, Uozin sept 14
SUPERIOR WHITE FROSTING.’
JUST received a supply of Extra fine quality,
of White Frosting.
Also.—Jujube Paste, Indelible Ink, Pearl Pow
der, Brass Lustre, Spicy Compound, and Per
sian Scent Bag, Canary Seed, &c.
sept 17__C. FARqUHAR.
SUGAR &c.
WILLIAM FOWLE & Co. have in store
for sale
200 HHDS. Prime Porto Rico Sugar
25 do do Molasses
200 bags Rio, Laguira and ManillaCoffee
120 chests and half chests V. II. Tea
sept 12 _
OcctHpKin I'ac'onj Yarn and St.inc I'-tvint*. ;
A LARGE and constant supply of Cotton j
l\ Yarn, of all numbers in small assorted
bales and of Seine Twine, made in a superior
manner, for sale by WM. FOWLE & Co.
Sept 12
GROUND PL A 1ST ER.
/^Q BARRELS Ground Plaister,33f lbs each, j
OC) irorn tlx* Lubec Mills, receiving jx*r brig
Hartley, from Boston, for sale hv
LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
sept I I Union Wharf.
LI M E.
c>4 CASKS fresh Tlioinaston Lime. Just'
^ * received and for sale by
sept 1 I J. & G 1/ THOMAS. !
ANTHRACITE COAL.
900 T()NS of Ea-d Primrose Anthracite;
® / Vf (!oal. a very superior article, fur sale try !
sept H ' J. & G. 1. THOMAS.
SUGAR, COFFEE & TEA.
^jff>UHDS. Porto Rico Sugar; 1*0 ’nags Rio!
Coffee; Chests, half Chests and Boxes
Young Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial 'Teas,
for sale by EDW. DA1NGKKF1ELD.
sept 10
SHOT! SHOT!
\ FULL supply of all sizes on hand, and fur
sale at Tower prices by
sept 10 S. MESSER SMITH.
BLACK MOSS.
HALF’S I Hack Moss, a dcsirnlilt* article
d X.r for Mattrasscs, Coach and Cabinet ma
kers. just received and for sale by
LAMBERT & McKEN'/IE,
S(.pt p Union wharf.
JUST IN SEASON.
j BARREL Green Ginger—a nice article for
I preserving—received and t*>rsaleby
si.pt 6 " ROBER T BELL, King street.
SUGARS.
-g HHI>S. prime Porto Rico
Id 13 do St. Jago-in st »re, and for sale
hy sept 10 " S. MESSERSMITH.
WATT’S LUCIES’.BS, vV c.
I UST received, from tlie importer, the genu
ine Watts Chlorate Lucifri* Matches.
Also, a large assortment o! English i ooth |
Brushes—amongst which are the Castellated j
'Tooth brushes, s.iid to a great improvement.
On haii'li
Fresh Seidlitz and Soda Powders
Coral Dentifrice, which cleanses, whitens,
and preserves the teeth
Fine Bar Soaps
Genuine white and marbled ( astile do.
Chloride and other cake Soaps
Superior black Varnish
Chrome Yellow
Pure <Ml of Lemon
; and a general supply of carefully selected Me
dicines, &c. U. TABUd HAL.
ami 15 _ _ __
BACON.
A SMALL lot of shoulders and inidlmgs, just
received and tor sale by
j aug 9 S. MKSSETI1.WSMI
manITfactukei) tobacco.
I BOXES Bound Lump ‘O. ^ ,.nn*
> I U bant’s” brand — equal to ‘‘Brown’s’ just
• received and for sale by
j aug 10 \VM. EOWLE & Co.
! LOOKIN'C« GLASS PLATES AND CHINA.
JUST received a lew cases of Looking Class
Plates of the following sizes, viz: 22x13.
21x1 1, 20x15 and 2Sx 10.
Also—Six lilids. China Pen sets, Cilt, Ena
; melled, and pure white, at unusually low prices
wholesale and retail.
j 7th mo 20th ROBERT It. MILLER.
CHAINS.
! Q i ii FATHOMS 3-8, 1-2, and 5-S, inches
English proved Chains, receiving per
; Virginia from Liverpool—tor sale by
LAMBERT .V McK ENZIE,
‘ aug P.) Union w hai f.
i_" __ _
SACK SALT.
j QO0 SACKS Blown Salt, factory tilled, for
j sept 5 ' 1 I1E.NKY I).\IN< it- KFiEl.l).
MOIIAIU CATS AM) SII.K KFTK I LFS
ONE iloz. each of these very fashionable ar
ticles inst receive J and lor sale by
auft 27 ' MOUNT & O'BIUF.N.
BLANKS AM' PAMPHLETS
Ip! lilted, with ilea no V de.-qeif' Si at! ins Otncc
REMOVAL.
JOHN S. EMERSON, TAILOR,
r> ESPECTFULLY tenders to his friends
i and the public generally, his sincere ac
knowledgrnents for the very generous patron
age hitherto extended to him, and informs them
that he lias removed his
Fashionable Tailoring Establishment
to Fairlax-st. opposite the Post-Office, where he
will be happy to receive and attend to the execu
tion of their orders, upon the most accommoda
ting terms, and at the shortest notice, assuring
them that no pains shall be spared by him to
give entire satisfaction in the fashion, fit, and
finish of such work as he may be favored with, !
as he lias it made by superior and experienced i
journeymen, 'upon whom the utmost reliance i
can be placed for the excellence and durability
of their work, and in accordance with the most
modern Northern fashions, as he is constantly
apprised of the newest forms and figures in the
business: being Agent for the distribution of the
fashions for the District and adjacent Country.
J. S. E. respectfully informs the trade, that he
is prepared to sell and teach, on reasonable
terms, Mr. Sagucz’ new patent Rules lor Cut
ting—being sole Agent lor the sale and teaching
of saitl Rules in the Disti ict. As there is an in
creasing demand for the reports of fashions, I
request the favor of the trade to send in their
orders ns soon as possible, as the Reports are j
sent out about tlie 10th ol April, and 1 do not
wish to order more than my subscribers may
want.
I have on hand the following articles; some,
of which 1 would sell at reduced prices, by an >
early application, as l wish to close .sales, viz: j
Wilsons patent squares, with and without strips (
J >o df) rulers, do do do
Do graduate square, do do do
Do patent standards, portable with brass;
slides, an excellent guide in measur
ing for the waist of coats
Saguez’squares and strips, from shoulder mea
sure
Inch measures, superior double marked, and 2d
quality do
Tailors chalk, best quality
Any ol which can be put up, so as to be sent
to tin* country without injury. mar 29— tf -
Office of Dank United S tates, }
Washington Aug. 23d, 1830. $
• y The subscriber offers for sale the largeW are j
nil House at the N. E. corner of King and
Fayette streets, Alexandria. Persons disposed
to purchase, will be pleased to make application
to me. It. SMITH,
August 25—d2w Cashier.
_ ____ . !
new goods.
\ g OUNT Sc O’BB IEN are now opening an
iVi assortment of New and desirable Goods,
such as
Cable Coni Cassimeres, a new and very fash
ionable goods
, s. super Broad Cloths,—amongst which
aie some ot Neviu’sbest Blacks
Plaid Calicoes, entirely new patterns
Plaid Swiss Muslins
Plaid Muslins; white Cambrics; black and ,
white Ginghams— with an assortment of;
black and brown Cottons* No. 1 and J;
Burlaps, Ac., &c\— all ot which will be
sold very low. b>
SlTGAlt. COFFEE, AND TEAS.
^ ^ > HllDS. Porto Kico Sugar of supeiior
*3b3 quality
100 bags Rio Coffee
Jo haifches*t?* / young Ilyson
50 13 ii). boxes S ’
1") halfchests Gunpowder t y,,as
50 13 l!>. boxes Imperial $
Landing hum Sc.hr. Pi esident. I nun New N ot k,
and lot sale by EDW. DAINGLLIH LLD.
aug 1 _ _ _ _
MALAGA SIJEli U Y.
INDIA N barrels Malaga iSherry W ino. ol
%9 .rood quality, received and for sale by
LAMBERT & MeKKNZIE.
aii,T «> 1 I nion wharl.
GRAMMAIRE FRANCAISE.
\L'CSAGK des pensionnats; par Letellier.
L —Ouvrage adopte par Mon. Guegan, poui
scs cloves do piemiere cla.-se.
Gueganbs 1* roneh < i ram mar, and also b o\v It* s
fir>t French Class Look, for saie by
sept 6 W. M. MORRISON.
SICILY MADEIRA WINE.
► PIPES and 2b Q.r. Casks Ingham's brand
anding from brig Amulet, (or sale by
sopt5 ' WM. FOWLE&Co.
APPK ENTICES MjANTED.
IMFTY HOYS from fourteen to sixteen years
! of age, are wanted as Apprentices to learn
| Hie Pegged Shoe Making business. Apply to
j the subscriber. WM. DEAN.
| a tig 26—tl
A CARD.
(icorpt Cuthhcrl Powell—.-Wanhvj at Law.
WILL practice in the different Courts of
Loudoun and Fauquier Counties—ins or
i lice is in Middleburg. Loudoun f otinty. ^ a.
j june 21 —tl
ST. UBF.S SALT AFLOAT,
i t Qi U 14 I BUSHELS St. Ubes Sait, Ib.non
| J pound' Cor k Word, the carzo of
ship Met.imora, from St. Ubes. forsilebv
sept i EDW. DAINGERF1ELP.
WHITE LEAD.
KEGS pure and No !. \\ Into L< •" •
Lewis'.-: Manilla, (me. Ju.-t
and for sale Gy WM. N McVLIGII
sept 12
WINDOW GLASS.
H' UGH SMITH A Co. will hereafter sed the
Washington C:tv Window Glass at Facto
I rv prices The qnahtV < f the Gl-r, is * xcdb nt
j epl 14
Remedy for Asiatic Cholera.t Diarrha'a, 4j-c.
JN consequence of the very great and increasing de
mand for this invaluable preparation, induced by the
many cures which have been effected by the use of it in
cases of Asiatic Cholera, common Cholera Morbus in
Children, and disorders of the Bowels generally, the
Proprietor has prepared, and w ill continue to keep on
ha-.d, a large supply. Bead and believe!
This Remedy has been used by many eminent Phvsi
| cians, some of whom have charge of the Largest Ho*
I pita Is in the United States, where the Cholera has pre
vailed to a great extent, and been fatal to Intemperate,
aged, and lunatic persons. 'I heir confidence in this
Medicine is such, that they say they are not afraid of
the most Inveterate cases of Asiatic Cholera when taken
in time.
The following are only a small proportion of the cer
tificates I have of the efficacy of this Certain Remedy
for Cholera Those opposed to Quackery will at once
see this is nothing of the kind—for those persons who
have subscribed their names to these certificates, live
among us and are known to be men of the first stand
ing, and upon whose words the utmost reliance can bo
placed.
When the Cholera was raging here to a great extent,
the Rev. I)r. J>»hn French had occasion to use this pre
paration twice in his own family, and has given the fol
lowing ci rtificate of its efficacy:
“On Thursday, my little son came home from school,
making great complaint of sick stomach, and pain in the
bowels. He looked to be quite sick. I immediately
gave him a dose of this medicine; he was presently re
lieved and has not complained since.
“On Friday, while absent from home, a white girl
living at my house, was taken with nausea and pain iri
the bowels. In the course of a few hours she had five
discharges from her bowels. My w ife gave her a dose
of this medicine, and, to use fier own words, it acted
l.ke a charm. She was well before I returned to t;.e
house, and has remained so ever since.“
Norfolk, Sept. 6th, 1832. John Frksch.
York County, Oct. 22, 1832.
Dear Sir—I take much pleasure in tendering to you
my certificate and my gratitude for a wonderful cure
performed by the medicine to which you have given the
name of a certain remidy for the Cholera.
“One of my rm was attacked yesterday, with the
most violent spasflrand vomiting, resembling in every
respect a confirmed case of Cholera. 1 had udminid
tered remedies of every kind before this preparation of
yours but without effect. Immediately upon adminis
tering your Remedy he became tranquil—the vomiting
ceased, the pains left him, and in halt an hour after he
was nearly well. To-day he is up and out, as well as
ever. Hoping those that are attacked in the same way
may be able to obtain this remedy. 1 remain, vours re
spectfully, Ja3. Ironmonger*
To Mr. R. S. Bernard, Norfolk.
Norfolk, July 8th, 1832.
With much pleasure do I certify to the efficacy of Mr.
K S. Bernard’s certain Remedy tor the Cholera. 1 have
had occasion to use it several times, in my own family,
for very obstinate complaints of the bowels, and with
great success. Most cheerfully do 1 recommend it to
all who may be afflicted with any complaint of the kind,
I ala ay a keep it in my house and consider it one of the
Lest family medicines 1 have ever seen.
- Jon* Morris.
Norfolk, June 12tb, 1834.
This is toceitify that 1 have used Mr. R. S. Bernard’*
“Remedy for the Cholera,” in many cases of disordered
stomach and bowels, both with young children and
grown persons, and I take much pkasuie in saying that
it afforded relief in every ins’anct; surpassing in its ef
fects any remedy for that dteauful disease, 1 have ever
used. B. W. Hatch.
This Invaluable Medicine can be had of the sole pro
prietor RUB 1*. S. BERNARD, Druggist, Norfolk, \ a.
To prevent imposition a facsimile of my signature will
he attached to each bottle.
The public are informed that, WILLIAM STABLER
Druggist, is appointed my Agent for Alexandria,
whom those near are requested to apply.
ROBERT S. BERNARD, Norfolk, Va.
A fresh supply received. WM. STABLER.
o h mo 11th — ly
GROCERIES, &c.
LBS. very superior Bacon, Ilog
lUUU round
15 hhds Whiskey
20 barrels Old do
10 hhds IV E. Rum
bo bags old Rio, St. Domingo, and greet*.
Java CoHee
20 hhds Port.) Rico Sugar, part prime
Jo barrels clarified do
lo do White Brazil do. for confectioners
25 chests and half do. Imperial, Gun Pow
der, V. llyson, Hyson and Pouch
ong Teas
10 hhds Retailing Molasses
75 reams Wrapping Paper
10 cases St. Juiien Claret Wine
3000 bushels Ground Alum Salt
300 sacks fine do
with a very general assortment of Wines. Li
quors and Groceries, for sale by
DANIEL CAWOOD & Co.,
1 ang 1 *» Corner of King and Union streets.
tea,Toffee, fee.'
I fr CHESTS, 13 half chests, and 12 13’.b. boxes
i Gunpowder, Imperial, V. Hyson and Sou
chong Teas.
25 bags Rio and Java Coffee
40 boxes and hall boxes Bunch Raisins
10 bags Pepper
6 hhds bright retailing Molasses
in baskets Sweet Oil
75 reams wrapping Paper
10 boxes Fig Blue
10 boxes Colgate's Starch
1500 lbs single and double Refined loaf Sugar
in groce blacking
10 qr. casks French Brandy
2 bales Soft Shelled Almonds
25 barrels Mess and prime Pork
100 Sacks fine Salt
500 bushels Ground Alum Salt
Received and for sale low by
aug 31_SAMUEL HARRIS A Co.
BRANDY, Ac.
HALF pipes American brandy
10 bbls peppermint cordial
5 bbls cherry bounce of superior quality
just received and for sale by
july 19 S. MESSERSMITH.
~ GREEN LIMES FOR PRESERVING,
ORANGES, and Pine Afr^5- Jusl received
and lor cg'e bv KOBT. HELL,
iiiiv King Street
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