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Monthly Advertisements. Notice. months after date, application will be sSSI made to the Court of Ordinary of Franklin County, for leave to sell one hundred Acres o( Land, in said County, as 'he property ol Adam Linn, deceased, for the benefit of the Heirs and Creditors of said deceased. John E. Carson, adin’r. ■January 18, 1825 Imfim 63 N otice. rxflNß months after date application will be mtde to the Honorable Inferior Court o( Columbia County, when selling as a Court of Or dinary for leave to sell 208 1-2 acres of Land ly in? in the 2d District of Monroe County, Lot No 208, it being the real estate of William Smalley; deceased, and to be add for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of rind deceased. James Smalley, Adm’r. January 4, 1325 lm9rn N otice. months after date, application will be &\| made to the Honorable the Inferior Court of llichmond County, when sitting for Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell one half of four and three quarters acres of Laud, in said County, adjoining lands ol Ware and Coleman, lor the benefit of Seaborn Skinner, minor. Livingston Skinner, Guardian. Sept. 11, 1824. Im9m 23 N otice. NINE months after date, applicatioi) will Ik made to the Honorable the Justices of tin Inferior Court, setting for ordinary purposes, lot the county of Burke, for leave to sell all the real estate of S'ephen Chance, late of Burke county, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and credi tuts of said deceased. Maty Chance, Adin’x, Joseph Chance, Adin’r. Burke county Sept. 6 1824 lm9m 22 N otice. SAB INC months afier dale, application will b< ttSI made to the Honorable Court of Ordinary n( C'dinnbia County, for have to sell ail tin leal estate belonging to the orphans of Samuel Sullivan, deceased, and also, an undivided Irani of Land, lying in Columbia County, belonging to said orphans, and to Melinda Jones, a Minor. John Cartlidge, Guardian of mid Orphant, Polly Jones, Gmnrdain of Melinda Jones. May 25 Inibm 95 Notice. I V\|INE months after date, application will be I made to the lymorablc Inferior Court of llichmond County, for leave to sell the undivided half of Tenement No. 7, Bridge How —also, two unimproved lots Corner of Elbert and Reynold streets, for the benefit of Margaret P. Hones, a Minor, Joint Bones, Guardian. October 25. 18 M lm9m N otice. iAJINE mouths after dale, application will be <1 J made to the Honorable the Justices ol tin Inferior Court of said county, when sitting fin Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the whole of the real F.stale of Irvin Boyet, decease 1, late ol said county, for the benefit of the heirs and ere ditors of said deceased. James Lambert, , Edward Boyet, d,nili ‘ •Scriven County. .lan. 28 1835 lm9in 63 NOTICE. NINE months afterdate, application will be made to the lloiuiraule Court of Ordinary o( Columbia county, for leave to sell two tracts ol Laud in said county, lying on Greenbrier Creek, one containing 318 acres joining Pollard, Pnllin and others, the other containing 172 acres joining Ltlkt and others, it being a part of the rea' estaU of Thomas Jones, deceased, sold for the benefit of the heirs of said deceased. William Booker,. 2dm’r. In right of his -wife. January 25, 1825. Inn9m 61 N otice. WIINE months afier date, application will be (N made to the Inferior Court of Columbia County, when sitting for Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell 235 acres of Land, (in said County) belonging to the estate of William U. Crubb, de ceased. John Kennon, adin’r. November 6, 1824 IniP'n 40 N otice. months after date, application will be sLI made to the Honorable the Court of Ordin ary of Burke county, for leave to sell the real Es tate ol Enoch Parmer, deceased. John Fanner, adin’r. Burke County, Keb. 1. 1825 tm9m 65 N otice. JNIINE months after date, application will be wM made to the Honorable the Inferior Court of Columbia county, for leave to sell a tract of Laud in said county of 105 1 2 acres, joining Murray, Bay and others, it being part of the real estate of W dli am llinion, deceased. Peggy, Binion, adm’rx. Marah 14. 18?5 l:n9*m 75 N otice. INI', months after date, application will bt as made to the llono-able the Inferior Court of Richmond c-unity, while silting tor Ordinal') purposes, for leave to sell a Lot in the City oi Augusta, bounded by Eifis and Houston streets, belonging to the es'ato of Mi- had Sdvert, de ceased, for the henefiit of the heirs and creditor.- d said estate. Andrew J. Dill, adm’r. Nathan Leeds, adn/'r. in right of hit wife, Mary Leeds, adm’r.v. Augusta, F’brunt- It, 1825 lui9m 03* CAUTION! HP I’er.on '-hat look a Lemon Stick, Knife, J. Pencil md Lancet case, containing thru Lancets, are known and are requested in" return them to this office, or their nam-s will be exposed April to 3i S 4 Notice. OBINE mc.'itlis after date, application will be «SI made In the Honorable the Justices of the Inferior Court of Scriven County, when stiing , for Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a certain | tract or parcel of Land containing two hundred [ two and an half acres, situated lying and being , in the thirteenth District of Henry County, Ga. and known and distinguished in the plan of said District by the number eighty, (80) the whole of the real Estate of Sarah Callaway, deceased, late nf said County, for the benefit of the Heirs and creditors of said deceased, Hantucl Doughty, adm’r. Scriven County, Keb. 25. 1825 lm9m 72 fpintico. tTWINE months after date, application will be iSSI made to the Honorable the Inferior Court ol the county of Franklin, while sitting for ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of Thom as I). Jordan, late of said county, deceased. Robert Pulliam, Adm’r. November 18. 1823, lm9m 41 N otice. VTINE months after date, application will be Is made to the Honorable the Inferior Court ol Burke County, when sitting for Ordinary pur poses, lor leave to sell the real estate ot Wriley Hanberry, (Minor,) deceased, for the benefit of he heirs and creditors of said deceased. Jona. Lewis, adm’r. Burke county, March 7 1825 lrr.9 ■ 57 N otice. jNIINE months after date, application will be JM made to the Honorable the Interior Court, of Burke County, when sitting for Ordinary purpo ses, tor leave to sell the undivided part of the real I state of Lewis Emanuel, deceased, for the I benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dcceas -1 ed. Jona. Lewis, Surviving Administrator de bonis non, Burke counto, M -li 7 1825 T. Pm 7 4 N otice. IsNlflNE months alter due. application will be made to the Honorable the Court of Ordin i’>’ o' Columbia County, tor leave to sell 222 a 1 cres of Land, lying in Columbia County, on the t waters of the big Kiokee Creek, adjoining Lands ot Hamilton, Graves and others, to be sol I for the ' benefit o( the heirs of James Martin, eceased. Robert Martin, adm’r, Novembers 1824 lm9m 40 N otice. NINE months after date, application will bi made to the Honorable the Justices ot the Inferior Court ot Franklin County, when sitting ■or Ordinary purposes, tor leave to sell the real - Estate ot John Gettings, lute of said county, de ceased, fur the jj-eirs and creditors of said de r ceased. 1 John Gettings, adm’r. I April 12, 1835. ImPiii 87 { Ni otice. NINE months afier dale, application will he made to the Justices of the Inferior Court of Franklin County, when sitting for Ordir«n purposes, fur leave to sell the real Estate of Da vid Clark, deceased, for the heirs and creditor of said deceased. Time. Mays, ex’r. \ April 12, 1825 lm9m 87 t ~—: i N otice. NINE months after date, application will I made to the Justices of the Inferior Con of Franklin County, when sitting for Ordina purposes, for leave to sell the real estate of Sti ling Proctor, a Minor. James R. Haley, Guardian. April 12, 1825 lm9in 87 GEORGIA Uichmond County. I By the Bon. the Court of Ordinary of said Coi TO AIL WHOM JT MAY COSCFJIS. WHEREAS Lucy M. Yarnold, formerly I M. Pearson, administratrix, and Join Mann, adminiatra'or, on the Estate of Ue^. n Pearaon, deceased, have applied to said Court for I.etters Uismissory. These are therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred and creditors, of the said deceased, to file their objections, (if any ihey have) in the Office of llie Clerk of the said Court of Ordinary, on or before the first Monday in June next, otherwise Letters Disniissory will be granted to them. W itness, the Honorable Samuel Hale, one ol the Justices of said Court, this stb day of No vember, 1824. fim Isaac Herbert, Cl’lc. Os the Court of Ordinary GhORt.lA, Richmond County. By the Court of Ordinary for said County, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COJfCEUS. II ERE AS R. John Meigs and Robert Di ? * man, Administrators, dc bonis non, on the estate of Jesse Ditnon, deceased, late of saul County, have applied to this Court for letters Dismissury, Tht.se are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to file their objections (it any they have) - m the ollke of the Clerk of said Court on or be i fore the first Monday in June next, otherwise let s ters Disniissory will be granted to them. [ 'Vi l leijs the Honorable Samuel Hale, one of the 1 Judges of said Court, this 26tb day of No vember, 1824. Om Isaac Herbert, clerk, Os the Coiv't of Ordinary Georgia, Burke County. 4 Court <{f Ordinary, March Term, 1825. ■ i ORDERED, I hat all applications hereafter to ,i Vr be made for Letters of Guardianship, ol i, M nors under the age of fourteen years, shall be . n tilled to the Clerk at least twenty days before the term of the Court at which such application is to be acted on by the Court. And that the ap plicant or applicants shall obtain from the Clerk i notice in writing, which shall be posted at the Court House door, at least twenty days before the term at which the application is to be acted on, ignifyiiig bis or their intention to make such ap plication.—OniiF.iiKii, That in case the right ol Guardianship occur within twenty days before die meeting i f the Court as above expressed, the Court will exercise its discretion as to tin course to he pursued. t A true extract front the .Minuter. Attest, Samuel Sturges, CVk. j April 12 linlui 8 5 GEORGIA, Richmond County. By the Honorable the Court of Ordinary of the County of Richmond To all whom it may concern. Nathan H- Beal, administrator, de bonis non, on the estate of Hezekiah Beal, deceased, late of said county, has applied to this Court for Letters Dismissory. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to file their objections (if any the) have) in the office of the Clerk of said Court on •r before the first Monday in November next, itherwise Letters Dismissory will be granted to him. Witness the Honorable Samuel Hale, one of the Judges of said Court, this 12th day p( Aprd, 1825. 6in Isaac Herbert, CVk. Os the Court of Ordinary GEORGIA, Scrtven County. WHEREAS Georg. Pollock, Administrator with the will annexed, of the Estate ol William Boothe, deceased, and also administrator of the Estate of Mary Boothe, deceased. And William H. Wade, administrator da bonis non of the Estate of George M. Henderson, deceased, eacli applies for letters Dismissory. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased’s, to file their objections in this of fice, on or before the first Monday in August next, ensuing, to shew cause (if any they have) why letters Dismissory should not be granted to the applicants. Given under my hand at office in Jacksonbo 'his 28th day of January, 1825. 6m Seaborn Gooclall, cVlc. GEORGIA,, Franklin County. WHEREAS James H. Little and Samuel Shan ing, applies for Letters Dismissory on the estate of William M'Cracking, deceased. These are therefore to c.te and admonish alt and singular the kindred and creditors of the said deceased, to file their objections in my ot jfice, within the time prescribed by law, to shev. J cause (if any they have) why said letters Dis missory should not- be granted to them. Given under my hand at office in Franklin., this ’ 7th day of March. 1825. 6m Frederick, Beall, CVlc. 5 (, 'ORGIA. Scrtven County. WHEREAS Jacob M'Gowin, applies for let tors of Admh i tration de bonis non, on the Estate and effects of John M’Gowin, late of said County, deceased. These are therefore to cite and admonish ad and singular, the kindred and creditors of Ihe id deceased, to file their objections in the office of the Clerk of (he Court of Ordinary of said County, within the time presc bed by law, to shew cause (if any they have) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office in Jacksonbo rough, this 27th day of At.ril, 1825. 6m Seaborn Goodall CVk. Auuuuisuaturis hate. Will be sold on toe first l ueaday in June next , ' ° Court-House in Burke County, at the u ■ it-s "grei able to an oid«. 'the Mon- Ite 'e n ue l it-. , ■ • Court for g L ( c . ary purpo I vs ■ Two < «. nam Hannah, I Sues. -• , .e ~ oefouging to ( Ista 1 oof Reu i d .<•.•>*. ‘ 'ceased, s*-ld in oi to make adi vis. among tlij ileirsof aid d sed. ns m known on day of I' -izabeth Moore, bnr'x. March 21 lOi n 81 -i hiistritor’s So. . ■ oi baiurds ts -21- y of Mav late, resi Mar- Platt, de a my Holme i Sc- oun.y, be • between be Inn , if ten and ( . I , k ~ All the perishable property be ■ i tgt ig to the K tat t the saij cased, cot. ting of Cattle, Hogs, one Sti ve, Household h .-hen Furniture, to, nr v ha niimbei art ■ too tedious to enumerate. ■ ,f mad-- know ion th day. Ephraim Hunk' Adm’r. Scrtven county, April 4 1825 ot t 83 Notice. £\ LL persons to whom th- late Francis Bouyer, vRA of the city of Augusta, deceased, is inclebl ed, are requested to present their demands with in Hie time prescribed by law ; and those indebt ed, are requested to make immediate payment. B. Bouyer, \ y , Paul Rossi-nol,^™* December 21 - 5] JS’ otice. /ALL persons to whom the estate of Johx M Lauhik, deceased, is indebted, are requeste to present their accounts within the time pre scribed by law, and those who are indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate pay ment to Peter Bennoch, Mm’r. July 23. v 8 Agency \\ Having constituted james Thompson Jr. Esq. my Agent I earnestly solicit those persons indebted to me for the Hamburg Garettec and all others in pecuniary arrears, to make pay ment to him immediately, F. W. Pleasants. ttj'A Subscription Paper is open at his Office, in Washington-street, where those wishing to be. come subscribers, have an opportunity afforded them, p. yv, p. Marcb 11 Teu Dollars llewavtl. iA Light sanded roan Horse, black mane and ■£« tail, about 14 hands high. 5 years old this . spring, has been missing from Mr. Charles Gas diet, in Jcnes county, on the 27tii March, It is supposed that he has been stolen or strayed a way. The above reward will be paid on the de livery of the said Horse to Mr. Chari-s Gaschet or Mr. Thomas B. Stubb, at Millidgeville Anril 12 83 Lost or vs taut, SOME time since, one Execution in favour of Zichiuiah Magrud-.T, for g2B 25 or 86 cents, with interest from the 25tli day of May, 1811. JAmos Collins. May 3 3t 89 TO THE PUBLIC, THERE is perhaps no medical observation bet ter established, none more generally confirmed by the experience of the best physicians ofall i ges and countries and none of more importance to the practitioner,than the fact,that many of the most diffi cult and incurable complaints originate in neglect ed colds. In a climate as variable as ours,where the changes of the weather are frequently sudden ana unexpected, it requires more care and attention, guard against this subtle and dangerous enemy ot ife, than most people imagine, or are able and willing to bestow. Hence the vast number of pat Cents, afflicted with coughs, catarrhs, asthma; consumptions, and other affections, and hence the farrago of rational and absurd remedies, cried up by the learned and illiserale. The many cases ol the kind, fell under my observation ; the prepose erous compositions of inflarping drugs, which are in vogue ; the disappointment I experienced in practice from remedies highly recommended ; and my own predisposition to pulmonic complaints, were strong inducements for me to consider, whether a compound consisting of mild vegetable substances could not be invented, more free from , *-h e well founded objections of practitioners, and better calculated to avert the threatening de struction of the lungs. PULMONIC Syruip ot* "Vegetables, For coughs, colds, asthmas and consumptions I his remedy is superior to any medicine which , has been offered to the public, as it is prepared from the most valuable herbs of our vegelablt kingdom, and its qualities are such that every de . riendence may be placed in its virtues lor the ■ure of the above diseases. From the knowledge the proprietor has of the pulmonic virtues of th: syrup, he has no hesitation in recommending is to those who labour under those distressing com laints am safe and efficacious remedy, and hav ,ng administered it to thousands in New-York and Philadelphia, he feels no hesitation in offering it to the public, and after trial, those persons who ■ purchase the genuine syrup, will have their mo ney refunded by returning the bottle, if they do not feel satisfied that they have reaped belief from the use of it. Directions for Use. \ I ake a tea spoon full three times a day, say norn ng, noon and night, and continue it until re lieved. OO* Each bottle will have the signature of thf proprietor. CCT" Prepared only and sold by E- Audler, sigi -if the Golden Eagle, Augusta. October 21 33 iNew and invaluable PATitHTEBD UT THE CSITEn STATES OF AMERICA AUDLER’S Asiatic Lenitive fov Pain. litis Modi- cine is a nev er failing rfSbdr Ifr. remedy for tlie Tooth- A&WnBVk. Ache,.Head ache, and other dis eases. 'jlHlS remedy is good against the tooth-ache ol M. pain in the teeth and jaws when duly applied .mil employed, it possesses sovereign efficacy in delieving swellings of the gums, face and adjacent parts, arising from or connected with tooth-ache. It relieves head-ache or pains in the head in the most easy and agreeable manner; for this fre juent and distressing complaint, this, his new medicine, is a charming prescription, for it re tores both the organs of sense and the nerves or their healthy condition at a quick and admirable ate. This new and useful preparation produces, b) mild and gentle stimulation, a cheering operation ipon the spirits—it quickens the sensations, sharpens the perceptions, and invigorates the unctions of the mind, by dissipating gloom and vapours it acts truly like a nervous and cephalic medicine of the first order. Nor is its effect less beneficial when considered ■ i relation to the stomach, than to the mouth, the lead and the spirits, by its qualities it acts upon he sight and immediate organs of digesting as a carminative and cordial, expelling wind, removing torpor, correcting acidity, and creating a most comfortable war .nth. The operation of this invention and improve ment is quite as favorable to diseases of the ear, more especially it arts to great advantage in dul •ess and hardness of hearing, and even in incipi ent deafness, restoring the failing organ to the exercise of its true and healthy (unctions of hear mg. Certificate from Dr. Samuel /<. Mitchell , Dr. Ezekiel Audler, of the city of New-York, this day submitted to me his letters patent from he United Stales for compounding and vending a remedy which he calls the Asiatic Lenitive, and asked my opinion upon the same, whereupon, af ter examining the receipt contained in the specifi cation, 1 find it contains a mixture of such aromat ic, anodyne, and anti-acid articles, as are well cal culated to produce a composing effect on the hot man body. Samuel L. Mitchell. New-York, November 2 d, 1818. AuAler’s wMAVk of Ruses, A N elegant cosmetic for whitening, softening rA and beautifying the skin, and removing pimt pies, freckles and chops from the face, neck, he The Milk of Roses possesses many qualities, for is not only serves for the above purposes, but it put the bloom of youth an age, whicji valuable property every lady is fond of enjoying. This beautiful rose cos metic has a delightful fragrance, and is an article wh'ch can be used with safety, as it contains noth -ng that will injure the skin, and it is an indispensa ble article to every lady, and should be found or heir toilets. DtHKi-Tiorrs. — After being washed and dried hen take a smell quantity on a piece of white flan mduel then wash face, neck, hands, &c. Each hot tie will be signed by the proprietor. Price gl, Prepared only and sold by E. Audler, sign of thf Golden Engle, Augusta. July 4 J 2 A (JARI). DR. HALT., offers his professional attendanc to the pubhc, in surgery, the obstetrick ar 1 aml in the practice of Thy ,-ick. Application made at the U. G. Arsenal, non Augusta, Gen. will receive his attention. April 26 t ' 87 E. AUDLER, t SURGEON DENTIST, RESPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gen. tlemen of Augusta, that he will be ready to : serve them at all times, at his or their houses, in ’ ihe line of his profession, and hopes he will mee share of thp public patronage, as he will extract ’ teeth and stumps, and in the easiest manner if ever ' of difficult, and all its other branches. ■ Taste qt Uacbon, A superior dentifrice to any ever offered for • cleaning beautifying and whitening the teeth and ! making the breath sweet and greeabic. SCORBUTIC ESSENCE. Os Roses, j Which removes all scorbutic humour in the ' urns and teeth, and makes them firm at the ’ ame time. 1 Prepared and sold by j E. Audler. At his Drag and Medicine Store, at the Cotton Range. Sign of the Golden Eagle, Augusta July 4 2 - ARJ) . Z. YIaORtAXCE, SURGEON DENTIST, At Bachelder U Codwise’s, Broad Street, Augusta nearly opposite ihe Planter's Hotel. RESPECTFULLY informs the Public, that he has returned again to this City, and ••sped- ‘ I fully solicits the Patronage of the Ladies and Gentlemen who may require his services in the several branches of his Profession.—Persona wishing his service in private Families can call an , see his work Manufactured on a new principle which he warrants. TeetVi and Gums The diseases ol die Teeth and Gums are chips j ly owing to our own neglect; the parts of ,' ie ■ aliments which lodge about them after inasti » I ' tion, growing acrid and corrosive, tbe gums I ’ thereby first affected, as being the‘most ten Jer l' parts, alter these corruptions are produced, c jrn ‘ .' monly called the Tartar of the Teeth, w ! ' ch destroying both their texture and whitened not only deprives the mouth of its pi iiicipatort'B dents, but brings on violent tooth aches, an* rtl *- mers the Gums livid and putrid, and ofTer iive ,a ourselves and others,—but though peple in general may prevent those inconverie ces > !j X care and attention at first, yet, if they i ' nc « suffered to lake place, k is no longei m u. er of the sufferer to remove them, this bein' "• - perly the province of the experienced ( L who has made the maladies of the Te *’ and () Gums, with their attendant evils the r »icipal | object and end of his studies. Mt. ¥\oraqce, Benf t, By long practice, a close application o busi ness, and a thorough knowledge of the i'ucture of the Teeth and Guns, has made all * opera tions in those parts quite familiar to m, msc n.uch that what some Dentists have jpged im- / practicable, he hath performed wi'i -ase an safety. lie places Teeth both real and art if al, (mak ing the latter with pure enamel) In l a single ■ one to an entire set so accurately, th''bey sb n .P answer every purpose of the naiurai 1 “ uo tuc greatest deficiencies aresuppp wo ornament? which have the recommendation of •» • iy- Those Teeth that have (alien on their sock -1 ets, which frequently happens, ihofh in a per i feet sound slate, he, by a method pedlar to him i self, replaces as firm as ever, w,v it the least pain or uneasiness to the patient. He clears the Teeth, if ever so cpnltired, of all their foulness and tartar, wiihtn pain, an J renders them white and as fail as ev in half ml hour. Teeth and Stumps extracted in th -test r; 1 1- ■ ner, if ever so difficult. He assists young ladies and gcu'-i -?R in ic first and second dentition, and re mo r hi ilk Teeth at proper seasons, Jest they ion : nt< m rnode the regular growth of P- suci ecdii oncea and if a deformity of (his kii : !)•.■; take place through the want of a Destist, Mr. Florae un dertakes to correct it ; prov - -d ihe suh,:! is not more than twenty years of and restor» the Teeth to their natural, regular.nd beaut'.l or der. N. B. A Tincture and Dentrifice Fast, prepar ed by him oiily, which preserves thefm'h and changes them to a beautiful white, cm sis gums of the Scurvey and makes breath > a 1 time sweet and agreeable, and cures the T> or A he imme diately, with proper directions h v to it. October 12 31 3. Shinn’* THE subserber havii . compo sition of SWAli' el. rst‘ Panacea; has now a suppjly on 1 iss redu ced the price from jjj J JKJ to y- Jt', <r by the dozen gj24 , All charitable institutions in the United States and tlie poor will be supplied gratis. If the citizens of the principal cities and towns, will appoint an agent to order and distribute this medicine to the poor, it will be supplied. This medicine is celebrated for the cure of the following diseases, “ scrofula or king’s evil, ulcer jated or putrid sore throat, long tlanding rhu i matic affections, cutaneous diseases, white swell l ing, and disease of the bones, and all cases gen -1 erally of the ulcerous character, and chronic dis eases, generally arising in debilitated constitu tions, but more expecialiy from syphilis, or aiflc tions arising therefrom ; ulcers in the layrnx, • nodes, kc. And that dreadful disease occasioned I by a long and excessive use of mercury, &c. It is also useful in disease of the Liver.” s CERTIFICATES. I have within the last two years had an oppor t tunity of seeing several cases of very inveterate f: ulcers which having resisted previously the regu filar modes of treatment, were healed by the use i jof Mr. Swaim’s Panacea, and 1 do believe, from i ; what 1 have seen that it will prove an important i’| remedy in scrofulous, venerial and mercurial dis | eases N. CHAPMAN, M. 1). Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Physic, in the University of Pennsylvania, j I have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim in ; dimerous instances, wuhin the last three years, * md have always found it extremely efficacious, 'specially in secondary syphilis, and mercurial liseases. 1 have no hesitation in pronouncing it i medicine of inestimable value. \V. GIBSON, M. I), •rofessorof Surgery in the University ot Penn sylvania. JOHN SHlNN,Chemist. N. B. For sale at Smith and Pearsall’s, N. E. onier of Third and Market-streets. Philadelphia, February 17, 1323. Iml2ra 87