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Delaware Patriot And American Watchman (Newspaper) - July 1, 1828, Wilmington, Delaware flHmHHPBpR WH safety of thfc Number 48. Del. TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1828. _.._ _. _ j_ _ Volume f. DM TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, Bt J. F. CLEMENT, 1O4, ShVgle? FOR THE PROPRIETOR. COUGH DROPS, Oft SPECIFIC, For the cure of colds, asthmas and approaching con sumptions. TESTIMONIALS. Lancaster county, ss. Personalty appeared before me Jfathanie'l Lagotner, Esq. Mayor of the city of Lancaster. and being duly sworn or affirmed deposed, and declared; that they bad made use of Or, Olarkson Free- Cough Drops, tor Indian Specific) open themselves wicnthe greatest for the curing of coughs, ,coJdsr asthmas, consumptions, spitting of blood and Diseases of the breast that in every tbeir ef- fects were complete and infallible, will fully apncar by tbe following testimony of those who have used thap. MARTIX LIGHT, of Lancaster, ag-ed 50 years, time grievously afflicted with a violent cough, pain akd stitches in his sides and breast, spitting of matter from his lungs, aigbt sweats and hectic fever, and much emaciated and fcis life despaired of, was completely cured by using 3 hot- ties, now better than 6 years and remains well to the disease of his breast and affirmed and subscribed to April fth, 1826. Samuel Dennis aged 36, of Strasburg township, Martin Rraymer, aged 41 years, of ConestOga township, a long time exceeding Isaac Broom, aged 27 years, of the City of cured by using three Charles Blanchard, aged 55 years, Donegal cured by using 2 bottles. Christian Hess, aged 42 years, of Man- Bor cured, by using 5 bottles, Richard Jobn- son, aged 38 years, of Donegal Jacob Willhelm, aged 44 years of the City of [.ancaster, G. D. Lowe, of the City of Joseph Harr, aged 40jears, of Strasburg Elizabeth Kahler, aged 16yeais, of Millerstown, Mannor township. Each of the above named persons laboured under violent coughs, pains and stitches in the sides and breast, for a long time and expectoration of slime and matterfrom the lungs, Hectic night sweats, and were cured in a short lime by using a few bottles of his Indian Specific. Severally sworn or af. firmed and subscribed to in In testimony whereof, have I hereunto affixed my hand 'and seal this 26th day of January, 1827, in the city of Lan- caster. [SEAL] NATHANIEL UGHTNER, Mayor. Dt. C. Freeman, of the city of Lancastei, informs the public, that since the introduction of his medi- cine to the Citizens of tbe United States, within the lart IS years past, 287 dipositons have been taken before the proper authorities in the city of viz; avey jrreat proportion before the lale John HofF, Esq. and bf- fore Samuel Carpenter, Esq. for many years Maysr of tile City of Lancaster, a great number before Samuel Dale, Esq. an alderman for the city of Lancaster, and now a judge the Court of common Pleas of the county of Lancaster, afco a number has been taken before JVatlumiel Lightner, ta late 182S. and now Mar-.rr of the city of Lancaster, that his Specific has proved eminently usef'iltoall those who have used it and followed his bill of by giving it a fair trial, is made abundantly manifest by the numerous Depositions alreaay taken of cures really perfor- jned, in desperate cises where thejivesof the patients been despaired of, together with the increasing de- mand for it, having by his agents and himself sold from to and 6000 bottles in one year, are the best criterion for the public to judge of its extraordinary efficacy and above medicine can always be had of hisagents, Or of tbe proprietor, at his medicinal shop, South Queen itreet in the city of Lancaster. He begs to inpresson tbe public, that none are genuine without bis signature abase eoraposKi'jn bas been attempted to be impose 1 in the pub- lic, by a mnterfeit imitation of his valuable medicine Jfoenax Cough are for sale by JOHN WHITE, No. 110, Market street, Wilmington, Del., where may tlso be found a general assortment of China, Glass, and Queen's Ware, Looking Glasses, Medicine, See. feb _ _ GIBSON Sj MATHER, Plumbers, RSPBCTFULLY inform their friends and the citizens of Wilmington generally, that they carry on e busioew in all its branches, at No. 13. north side of the JLower Market; fthere they ke -p distantly on band HYJ5RANT3 Of all descriptions, of the quality, together with LEAH End IBOIT rirES, calculated for conveying water into private bouses all of which they offer on the most reasonable CG M. flatter themselves, that from their lonp and in- timali- acquaintance the Plumbing butinen in Philadel- phia, they ill be able to give general satisfaction, rho-e Who wish the Brandy wine water conveyed into -heir trill please apply sbuve. If a more particulai reierenci It wanted, please call on Mr. Joseph Grubb. June 17. _ 'LAFAYETTE FOR And possessioh given immediately that well known Store House, Tailo Shop and Granary, with the necessary out buildings, lat occupied by Bhtta Branson, at Summit Bridge. Thii is ic of the best stands for business in that section of NewQs- tle County, and offers flattering pm-pects to a man e1 of moderate amount of capital. The store house is n and its internal arrangement is as convenient and compl as the external is spacious and commanding', for furt particulars enquire of A. fto. 9, Market-st., Wilmington RflESA BRUNSON, June 2. on the premises PARCHMENT. A. H. Wilson, No. 5, West High street, hare just ceived a larpe lot of Parchment of a very superior forJiistrttmeritf! of Writing. It wifLbe sold low, and a ial discount made to purchasers. _ JOSEPH DEAPEB, Silversmith and Jeweller, 77, MARKET STREET, WiL'MJNctoN, RESPECTFULLY inf >rms his friends and tte public, that be has constantly on hand, a general tssortment of g'iodg, among1 which are the following Silver Spectacles; Table, Tea, Desert, Salt >nd Mustard Spoons; Butter and Fruit Knives; Purse CU'sps Thim- hies; Gold and Silver Pens; Silver Pencil'Cases; Ever Pointed Pencils; Sugar Tonsji, Ladies' and Gentlemen's G-ild Watch Chains, Seals and Kev; Diamond and Pearl Bieast Pins Rings; Pearl and Garnet do; Filagree do; English Fine PffePins; Common Paste do Fine Jet Filligree, and Paste Earnings, Sec. Brittania and Blcck Tin CofTee and Tea Pots, Sugar Bowls, and Cream Jugs Silver Plated Castors, of various qualities Steel Specta- cles, Clasps, Slides, Buckles, frj" The above go.'ds will be sold, wholesale or retail, on the most reasonable terms for Cash. Umbrellas repaired, and all other jobs in his line neatly executed Persons at a distance ordering Spectacles, are requested to send a glass, or a piece nf the glass, from the Spectacles they wore last, as the age does not afford a rule for judg> ing of the sight. Their Spectacles are always furnished with glasses of the bes' quality, and care is taken in advising to tbe focus best adapted to the sight. June 12 9t and TBE Subscriber begs leave hjg friends and the pubhc generally, that he still 10 keep, connexion with large and elegant assortment of BOOKS and S TATIONEKY, a splendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable fLATS, from T. ELMES' Manufactory, Philadel- phia, ed -o be eq lal in every respect to any huts manufactured in various colors and qual- from 25 to Persons wishing to pur- chase would do well 'o call, as they will be sold either by wholesale or retail, at Puiladelpbia prices. J. SCOTT, No. 93, Market-st, Wilmington, June 9, 1828. N. B J. S. can have hats made to order at the shortest notice.___________________ Sec. 2. Jlnd be it further enacted, That, when- ev_fir any of said officers has received money of the United States, as a pensioner, since the third dav of March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty six, aforesaid, the sum so received shall be deduct ed from what said officer would otherwise, 6e en- titted to, under the first section of this act: and pension to which said officer is now bntitled. shafl cease after the passage of this act. Sec. 3. Jind be it further That every irviving non-commissioned officer, musician, or private in said array, who enlisted therein for and Juring; the war, and continued in service until its tei ruination, and thereby became entitled to re- ceive a reward of eighty dollars, under a resolve of Congress, passed May.fifteenth, seventeen hun- seventy-eight, shall be entitled to receive Ilis full monthly ont -of meney in t'.ie Treasury not otherwise appropriated; to begin on the third day of March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, and to continue du- ring'his natural life: Provided, That no non-com-' missioned officer, musician, or private, in said ar- my, who is now on the pension list of the United States, shall be entitled to the benefits this act. Sec. 4. Jind be it further enacted, That the pay allowed by this act shall, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, be paid to (the Officer or Soldier entitled thereto, or to attorney, at such places and days as the Secretary may direct; and that no foreign Officer shall be said pay nor shall any Officer or Sol- dier receive the same, until he furnish to said SecreUry satisfactory evidence that he is entitled to conformity to the provisions of this act; aid the paj allowed by this act shall not in any vay be transferable, or liable to attachment, levy, [or seizure, by any legal process whatever, but spall enure wholly to the personal benefit of the Cfficer or Soldier entitled to tbe Same by this act. Seu 5. And be it further That So much of sai 1 pay as accrued by the provisions of this act, befor the third day of March, eighteen hundref and trenty-eight, shall be paid to the Officers and Soldiers entitled to the same, as soon as may be. iu thepianner and under the provisions before men- and the pay which shall accrue after sail, day, paid semim-annually, in like manner, and tinder the same provisions. A ,S 11 Speaker of the House ol ttepresentatives, S. SMITH, President of the-Senate pro tempore. oli.tion, and served as such, there to the end of the war, the cae may be) to the time when the ar- rangement of provided by the resolves of Con- gress of 3.d and Sir, of October, 1780, was carried into effect, and.was under tlrSt at which period 1 was a the regitnent oif the And Later> declaij, that I afterwards received'a certificate (commonly cattedb commutation certificate) for a sum equal to of five years'Full payi which sum was offered the-resive of Congress, of the 22d of March. If83, ioftfead tit tls half pay for life, fx> which t was eutil tied, under the Ceplve of the 21st of October, 1780. And! do fiijtbf declare, hare received of the United States, is s-mce the 3d day of March, [Here inserONo'money, or (as the cas6 maybe] that I hayj- aja of the United Stares siricfe the day of the Bum of dollarb, paid J by the For paying- pensions in the State "of to me, Jnsern ofthe .-4 in tho State of personally ap- and of the said county, who tie county of peared, this day, did, severally, make oath, that by whom the ing declaration was subscribed, is generally reputed and believed 10 have been an officer in the Army of the. Revo- lution, in mariner as i herein stated. Witness my hand, this day ,in the year [Signed] I, C'erk of the Court of the County in the State of do hereby certify, rhat before whom the foregoing affidavits .were sworn, was, at the time, 9 [here insert, Justice of the Peace, or other Magistrate, dnly empowered to administer and duly empowered to administer oaths. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my [L. s.] a.id affixed the seal of the said Court, this of in the year r-. [Signed] day Form of a declaration to ts made by the non-commissioned Jiceri, and For the purpose of obtaining the benefit of An act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers oF the Army of the approved on the 15th of 1828, I of-----, in the County of-----, in the State of-----, do hereby declare that I enlisted in the Continen- tal Line of the Army of the Revolution, for and during tbe war, and continued in its service until its termination t at which period 1 was a [Sergeant, Corporal, Musician, or Pri- vate, as the case may [n Captain Company, to the------rpgirriem of the line; And 1 also declare hat I afterwards received a certificate for the reward of eighty dollars, to which I was-entitled, under a resolve of Congress, passed the 15th of May, 1778. And I further declare that 1 was not, on the fifteenth day of March, 1828, on the Pension List of the tJm'ted Slates. [Signed] Before insert either a Justice of the Peace or other Magistrate, duly empowered to administer in She Coirti'.y in the State person- ally appeared, this day, and-----, of the said County, didseyeially make oath that------, by whom the fore PEW3MNSHLP. FUEE, nent and expeditious running hand will be J.M. 'a-p1'! at the Acadcrnv. upon a system which cannot tail to produce in a few lessons, a roost astonishing improve- j ment of hand. The course will consist of 12 lessons or as nfien as each pupil may please to attend until the 4'h of, July, two lessons ner day. A M. and 5 P. M. Every scholar i'i bf t'aupht to make a good pen. Ternis in advance the pupil pro- viding fiis or her own stationary. June 17. 44- A. NKW BOOKS. Market Street. Wilmington, Del. ROBERT EAKIN Respectfully informs hi? friends and the pubhc in "general, tbsrt he has taken the above reccotly oc- by Gen Wolfe. he fitted up ill comfort convem- Hotel i Aftent.on paid to thtm until their return. V. 8. Hones, Gigs tnd CirriNfei to bare, Horses taken it li JKO HERRINGS. WM. H. GOHDEN. June 7 REVOLUTIONARY CLAIMS. AN ACT for the relief of certain run-it ing Officers snd c-f (be Armj of the Re'ntutron. Bf it fnvdtd by the S'-nntf and Hnus-e of Jlfpre- of the United Stntrs nf Jlmrrica in Con- ntepmbled. That each of the funning offi- cers of fir Army ot the Revolution in the Conti- nental Line, "ho entitled to half pay by the rejotre of October twenty-first, seventeen hund- red and be to receive, out of snv money in the not ot appro- prt'ated, the aTO'.nt of his fnl'1 in said line, according to his rank in tho line, to the third day of March, one thousand eigit hundred and twentr six, and to continue during his natural life: jProrirfprf, That, under this act. no officer shall be entitled to receive a larger stun than the full pay of a Captain in line- TREASURY DEPARTMENT, May 28 1828-5 The Act for the relief of certain surviving Offi- ers and Soldiers of the approved on he 15th day of May, 1828. (of which tbe forego- is a will be carried into efiect under the following regulations: i Each Officer claiming under the act, will trans- hit to the Secretary of the Treasury a declaration, iccording to the form hereunto annexed, marked 1, and each non-com-rnissioned Officer, Musician, qpd Private, according to the form marked B, ac- cpmpf nied by the oath of two respectable witnesses, ai to his identity, which oath is to be taken before aJustice of the Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empowered to administer oaths in the State or Territory in which he resides, and authenticated under the seal of the Court of the County in which tie oath was administered, as shown in the said firms. Each Officer will also transmit his commission, il HI existence and attainable, and each non-com- mssioned Officer, Musician, and Private, his dia- cVarge: which documents, after being registered, will be returned. If the commission or discharge his been lost or destroyed, he will transmit such olher evidence as he may possess or can obtain, of the statemeuts set forth in his declaration. If the evidence transmitted, taken in connexion with that afforded by the public records at Wash be found satisfactory, the amount of two years' full pay, at the rate to which the Officer or Soldier was entitled, according to his rank in the line, at the close of the war, or at the time of his redaction, (as the ma.t but in no instance exceeding the full-pay of a Captain df the Conti- nental Line, be" transmitted to him, at the place of his residence, after deducting therefrom the amount of any pension which he maj have re ceired from the Onited States iince the 3d day of March, 16-26. He ma_y, authorize an) other person to receive it for him iu which case, he will execute a power of attorney, according to the annex ed orm, marked C, which mcibt be ac knowledged before a Justice of the Peace, rr other Migistrate, and authenticated under the seal of the Court of the County, in the ?ame manner as is already prescribed in to declarations. But no payment will be made to any such attorney. until "he has made oath, according to the annexed form D, that the pay which he is authorized to re- ceite is intended to enure wholly to the personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier whosealtorney he U. It is requested that all letters to the Secretary of the Treasuuy. on the be endorsed on the ewer, Revolutionsrr Ciatms RICHARD RUSH. declaration was Subscribed, js-g-eJiernUy De'.'eiTca oecn an office' in tbe of the Revolu- tion, in mantiir as therein stated. Witness my land, day of-----, in the year [Signed] Clerrof tbe Court of the County in tbe State of-----, o certify, that-----, before whom the fore- going affidavits sworn, was, at the time, lice of the Peze, or as the case may and duly em- powered to aiimnister oaths In testimoi) whereof, I have hereunto set my hand, [i. a.] and Hffijcd (he seal of the said Court, day of in the year [Signed] of a Ptnver of Attorney. Knoft men b) these presents, that in tbe county of the State of do hereby consti- tute and appoint my true and lawful attorney, with a power of substation, tor roe, and in my name, to receive from the United States the amount of pay now due to me, under the act for tie relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the Resolution, approved 15th May, 1826, as a -----in the------regiment of the the Revolution. Witness my hand and seal, this year Sealed and delivered in the pretend [Signed] me, a Justice of the Peace in the county of in the State personally appeared, this day, whose name is subscribed to the foregfcirrjj power of attorney, and acknowledged the same to be his act and deed. Witness my hand, tiis day in tbe [Signed] Clerk of tbe Court of the County of in tbe ate of-----, do hereby certify, that-----, before whotri the foregoing1 power of attorney was acknowledged, is ft line of the army of day in thd of a ti kt made by thr Ofi'tr-t. For tbe purpose of obtam-ng the of sn act, en- lilleti An for the relief of certain wr-riving officers and foldiers of the Army of the approved on tbelS'hof May, 182S, I, of the county of ____, in the State of do, hereby declare that I was en in tbe Line of tbe Army of tbe Set- Justice of the Peace. In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my hmd, [L. 8.] anj affixed the seal of the said coBrt, day in the year. fD.] j sf .IJldvftt to lie taken Before mr, a Justice of the Peace in the ebtJntjr of ____ jn personalty appeared this day, ____' i'-nrf cv named in the forepon g power of attor- ncv, 'snd that thfc same was Bot given to him by reason rf or of an) or seizure, bv EOT letjai p'occes of the pay 'herein authori- zed to be" received, but that the said ii intended to enure to the benefit of tbe person by whom the end t hand, this-----day of------, in 'heyear Bc'ore me, [here inser' fisher a Justice of the or duly empowered to administep m 'he County in the P'gte of------, pcrwin- n 1) 'h" and------, of the said county' who cHJ, TV-rnHr, oath, that by whom f rrp-O'np was i'lbtrnbc-d. is frencrslly reputed and to Usve been Officer in the Arrr.y of tbe Rcvolut'or, in manner therein R'ited. Wiincfstnj har.rl, this-----day of-----, in the year Clerfc ol the C- urt of'he County in ,f_-----, hcrcb) ccrufi, :he forf K' P v'erc om, v iirne. (here e.'hc7 -A cf he PciCe or o-h.T Majt rate; eT-.pnwer'-ci 'o sicr du'y cd to n-''er In'e' iTOiy whereof, I hereunto s-rt ry sr.u ftfTixed tbe seal of the cJay of------. in tbe year-----. [Signed] be published once ft week for ?i lij pap'ers tti< Un.ted Stated June 6. [L. IN FW SPA PERI SiFWSPAPFRI
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