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\ ** I THE AMERICAN. ,
CABINET FURNITURE.
BIDS AID MATTRKSSKH, piated Qoo<u.
China, Glaea, and Crockery.
Japanned Goods, Britannia Ware.
Block Tin Qoada, Table Cutlery.
Brooted Iron Oooda, lxx>kiug-glttB?ro
Weed and Willow Ware,
Bankets, Bruahe , fox
P?let an inunenae variety of Useful and Fancy
itlmfmi, mhsaafoy alaaaet everything required to
tnraiah Mm parlor, chamber, dining-room, and
kitcfaco, all of which I will aeU at very low pvinea
for oaab, or on Mass twnp^rorwd^a^er.^
general Houae-forniahinf Store,
olT St Iron UalL
<?W?u?ma?m .^1 ?) ii i. an ?n u
UK EAT BARGAINS
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES!
fIBlNA TBA-6KT8, oonaistinr wf44 pi-OM, hud.
V* aomely decorated, i 50, old price $8. .
Hhirn Diamond Water Oublela. >9 HO itt-r dozen.'
?M price 94 60. ;
Gold-baud China Tea Seta. 44 piecea, new and'
beautiful shapes 98, old price f 11.
With an immense stock of useful and ornamental
housekeeping articles, selling at proportionately low
rates.
Haring recently purchased a large stock of house*
keeping articles at auction in the Northern cities, at,
ruinously low prices, I am now prepared to oflbr
extraordinary inducements to purchasers.
Call and examine goods and prices. My general
assortment is decidedly the most extensive in the
city, embracing Cabinet Furniture, and almost
every article used in housekeeping.
C. W. liOTRLER,
Iron limit, 818 Pennsylvania avenue,
olT 8t and'340 D street.
GROCERY STORE,
Corner Maryland Avenue and Seventh 8t.,
ISLAND.
Having bought out the store forc
meriy kept by Mr. Robert T. Knight, I shall
keep on hand a select assortment of FINE GROCERIES;
comprising, among others, the following articles*
* *
Sugars, Bitch aa crushed, cUrified^ulvarisod, and
bcowa: Teas, such aa Imperial, Gunpowder, Young
Hyson. Black and Colony; Rio, Maracaibo and Java,
roasted and ground, Coffees j lie fined Syrup; Segars
and Tobacco, various brands; Hams, Bacon, Flour,
Liquors, Wines, Crockery, Wooden-ware, Hardware,
Vegetables, Eggs, Batter, Nuts of various kinds,
Horse Feed, An, together with many other articles
usually kept in a Grocery.
I would most respectfully ask those living on the j
Island, aa well aa the eitisens generally, to call and | '
examine for themselves, aa they then will aee that ]
there is no necessity to go further, as I am determin- ' 1
ed not to be outdone, both as to prices and articles. , 1
Call therefore and examine, and you will find it to |
jour advantage, for I intend to sell cheap for cash. ;
pr Do not forget the store, 595. Maryland A v. (
Goods delivered to anv Dart of the eitv free of all 1
Ctarobas to rasitocUa^ sobouttod. referring say ?h<
ay still <ka*t to tba M Meoeorebilia," or Practical
Receipt boot tor town aiU Permit*., to be had
gratia >i all the ifHli for the German Bitters.
Prtocti al OSm and Manufactory 1*0, Arch street,
rtola^t toa^Po?ajliaaia
TSSTLMONY s RuM NORTH CAROLINA.
Cnrti/Ral, of Dr. W. Smith, of Pirn* Hill, Rick
mind Qonmty.Nyrrtk OmroHnn.
Pure Bill, Mart* 4,1864.
. Daaa Near I hart hate a subject of Uyapepaia, la
Iftotrsrsttons Aw tba lart tve years. {tack weeny 1
, . Hasatsnftinusttrr
ditom, 1 was serried to lbs watering p tanas la Tiritak
Teaaoseea, and North Carolina, bat was aot
fi aim hy aay watar to wtosta I was takaa. Whila
a saSl^SEaeo ia NnrtS'oaraha^ to try tha affect of
?(lhairbeatowator in that place. About tba last
wash I esaUatoadrua store to got sease nedtoiao
tor sty sbfld aad sayaatf Tbara ware several
at the tttsgsphyaislaBs la the store, aad one of them
mUm me MM fMinM^ ?M to tod b<-<n a dyopcptie.
aad tod ton greatly beaedtad to the Ma o#
*llootead'a Otriu Bittern," proper ed by yen, and
iWnM ttot I wf?M If7 ito^Uium. |b alae
tolled tto nest dnr at my wn?k
that t wowld ?ry Am* &et I adHKiai to yet m
-a bottle. Ha did it, aad I cnimeBOed taking it an
'Kitted, tad I wae mar* beeedtedby it than all Ito
' Mr aad ndldai I tod mi take*.
Iter iwhinghMaa,one of my nnrhbora eaaMto
; j? j htoflTShfti
m m for MtfofAa aanw kiad of madidn^ aaym*
la wan tmi banadted by it than nay other h? bad
tatoa, 4* I tor* not bean able to yet any more for
> Site JE^Jsrp,~"kip
JmmoikJZw s,"tb
D. 1? Beater, npav'a Otero, Wato eoeety, North
Cawtoy Obator H 1JW, *?' . fc ^ # ^
of Wkf mmnuiritr
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aug 8-tf JOHN F. B. PURSELL j ]
BARGAINS FROM AUCTION! , '
AT J. C. GIBBON'S STORE, \ \
34 Market Space, between Seventh and Eighth etreete. i
mRESS SILKS, very handsome and Cheap.
MM Genla' 80k rocket Handkerchiefs, 25 cents, i
Boy*' Silk Pocket Handkerchiefs, 12% cents. i
Bonnets of all kinds at coat i
French and English Merinoes, rcry cheap. { !
Beat KW Gloves, only 25 cents.
Irak linens. Cottons, and Calicoes, cheap.
-? Gseat Variety of Ladiea' and children's Hosiery. i
I am determined to make the prices suit in all |
cases. Phase call and see for yourselves.
sU tea.
NEW FALL GOODS! j
JUST RECE1VED?A. SPLENDID A8SOKTMENT
of FRENCH FLOWERS, at all
Prices.
ti^..ga.i Qi.i. niDtr nrnt vno li-ti. .l.
umuuiui ciitic uann bidajivo, auiiauie iur U).
SMIOD.
B0NNET8, Um latest patterns.
ROCHES, FRAMES, ami TIPS.
FEATHERS, and all kinds of MILLINERY.
FANCY GOODS, HOSIERY. GLOVES, Ac.
WILLIAM P. SHKDD,
608 Elerentb Street ?
AGUE AND FEVER BITTER^
A CERTAIN CURE FOR AGUE AND FEVER.
fflUtB MEDICINE la entirely regetable, and eonJL
tains no ingredient in the beat degree prejudi??
OUT? CiUlll IM RVHI WnW UM directions blT6 NeD
complied with. Pries 86 cents per bottle. This
medicine is prepared by Charles Pearson, and can
be had at P. M. PEARSON'S Grocery Store, No.
603 Marj land srsnue, between Feer-and-a-balf and
Sixth streets, Islasd. s86 if
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I'M, C.M.JACl^^PuitolrlpIJa.P?., ?
vtu err otosixt ocas
Xteer Complaint, lhftpcvtia, JmmUm, Okronu
or Jforootto DrbUitu, Ditto** of tk* Sidnryt,
f mmdoUDitea?t at uing from a Jkoordrrtd Liorr
Bock aeOoaatipatica, Inward Piles. FnHaeaaor Blood
te the Heed, Acidity ot the Stomach, Nauese. Heart
barn, Diagato tot FOod, FnHncas or Weight in
the Stomach, SoeTSweteflowe, SinW or
Flattering at the P>t of the Stomach, Swim.
* ming or#e Heed, Harried end Difficult
Breathing, Flatlet lag of the Heai t, Choking
er Suffooadag 8?atinee wbee
in e lying pi-eta re, Dimness af Vie- f
io% Dole el Webs heforethe Si^bk
Ferereod Doll Paia in the Head,
Dliwia f ot Perspiration, "V
YelhrwuemeftheSiuasnd
Ires, Pain in the aids,
Buck. Che?L Limbs. 4c.
Sadden Fleehse of lleajL Burning in the Flesh, Con*
teat lawgiatogi ef Eril, and Greet Depremion at ,
?Proprbttr, hi ealHag the attention of the
Mb te this preparation, done so with e feela
of Aw wtmoot eeattdseee in its r irtoes end sdap- .
w of R to the dime we tor whiah it is rsoombmML
It b an new aad aatftod article, but oae that hae
stood lbs tost ef e tea years' trial Wtore the Ameri- i
caa |?fli? aad its rupntotioa aad e.to is unit railed t
by any eimilar preparations extant. The toetto?onr ,
in itotoror (Mb ftp the eiost prominent end well 1
known pbystciaaa aad Lndmdna s. in all parU of the
- - . - - .?1?il
s ROSE'S R8AOH NKI> * URKD1K8.
POlt like radical Care *1 I nlda, ,
CouBumuiiou, Croup, Whooping Cough, 4c. |
Avoid *11 quackery, and take medic-iues prepared by
regular physician only. ?
Oft. ftOBK'8 KXI'ECTOHAlfT, OR COUuB ,1
8YBCJP,
For Consumption, Colds, Coughs, Asthma. Spitting bi
of Blood, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the Lungs. ?
The best Cough Syrup in ths world I tr
Or. J. 8. Kose, of Philadelphia, hail had an extern ti<
sits practice of uiedioins in that city, the past thirty tfc
rears, and his Cough 8rrnp is one or the most popu- r?
lar prescriptions for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, sod ?
nil complaiuts of the Breast and LuDgs. It not only
cures the shorn complaints, but fortifies the system tfa
against future attacks. Thousands here been cured Tl
or Consumption by this raluable preparation. It is
new used end recommended by medical man, at bom#
and abroad, as the beat Cough and Consumption ?
Medicine in the world. This is no quack pre para- y
Bon, but it Is prepared with great earn by l>r. J. 8. L
u?_ ki.^ir .. - ?- fui mmi.j. .lMu .
physician. u;
When yon see a medicine puffed to cure Coughs,
Consumption, Croup, and Wnooping Cough, diseases
entirely dissimilar, pat it down as a quack medicine; p,
hence, Dr. Rose prepares a mixture for each corn,
plaint, and suited to each disease. Cough Syrup for
Coughs, Colds, and Consumption: Croup Syrup for < ?
the Croup; and Whooping Cough uyrup lor Whoop* *
ingjCough. Price of Cough Syrup 60 oenta and Mini
DR. ROSE'S CROUP SYRUP. J/j
There hare been at*aj remedies compounded for 0f
the cure of Croup or IJive. The disease is particu- u j
lariy preralent amcng children, and often fatal; but,
ts I hare nerer seen a case terminate ft tally or con*
Linue long where this Syrup was used, I can reoom- an
mend it with the highest confidence. With one hot- tIi
tie of Dr. Rose's Croup Syrup in the house, no mother jre
need fear the Croup. 86 cents a bottle. ? ]
J. 8. ROSE. M. D. de
DR. J. 8. ROBE'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP, foj
Whooping Cough?what is it! Physicians hare gi'
unanimously oome to the conclnaion that Whooping ha
Cough is aot oniv spasmodic, but may, if neglected, ;u
often run into other diseases, as Chronic inflamma Dl
lion of the Lungs, Consumption, and often Dropsy o
the Chest, ail of which dangerous and frequently insurable
complaints will be avoided by using Dr. Rose's ha
Whooping Cough 8yrup, which gives immediate re* Cc
lief, and frequently cures in a few days 60 cents 6 Li
bottle. twin
"most cases of Colds or Croup there is frequently an
some fever. When this occurs, keep the bowels open n]
with Dr. Rose's Family PiHa.
Use Dr. Rose's Pain Curer whenever yon suffer yj
pain. It gives immediate relief.
AIt? YOU SICK f a 1
IF you are, don't take Quack Medicines, fin
but use those prepared by a regular physician. wa
Dr. ROSE'S celebrated Family Medicines are th. ?<
result of thirty years' practice in Philadelphia. His Ion
prescriptions are for each complaint, and have been ali
well tested and approved by hundreds of physicians, 26
ind thousands of patients. A remedy for each disease. DI
THE WONDERFUL PAIN CURER.
This preparation is trulv the wonder of the age Cures
all pain, external or Internal. Cures Pains ic
the Sides, Limbs, or Back, Chi Iblains, Ague, or Lumpe lal
in the Breasts, Corns, Bruises, Spraiqs, Toothache, * *
Earache, Stiff Neck, Sore Throat, Pains in the Bowels Pu
ind Stomach, Sudden Colds, Ac. P"
The Pain Curer being a fine tonic mixture, is alsc mt
used with great benefit Tor W eak Stomach and Bowsis,
likewise ?or Fever and Ague. th<
Whenever you have pain, uje the Pain Curer freely,
and you will obtain immedia'e relief. Bottles i&x, Di
26, ""i U) cents.
THE GREAT COUGH SYRUP. "
Dr. Rose's Cough Syrup, or Expectorant, is the *?'
best preparation in the world for a Cough, arising ""
from a cold, or a consumptive cough. Bottles So h i
cents and |1. G"
TO (CURE WHOOPING COUGH,
Use Dr. Rose's Whooping Cough Syrup. It is the *"
only reliable remedy for u tat distressing and often
fatal complaint. Price 60 oenta.
TO CURE CROUP. I*
n. u r% a u a iu ~ t:
i/r. ivuac d vrvuji Djruji uua wveu iur urt'i o<
thousands of children. 35 oento a bottle. Pi
TO CURE NERVOUSNESS.
The most wonderftil -preparation to allaj all ner
roue affections of the mind or body is Dr. Rose'*
Ferrous Cordial. 50 cents a bottle.
TO CURB KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM ft
PLAINTS.
Use Dr. Rose's Bncher Compound. It also cure* ...
Dropsy. 60 centa a bottle. A
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. ^
Dr. Rose's Golden Pills are the only remedy iu.
Falling of the Womb, Weakness, and General Debil L*
ity. 60 cents a box. .
DR. ROSE'S FEMALE PILLS *P
Are the great regulating Female Pills. 35 cento 2
a box. D(
DR. ROSE'S 8AR8APARILLA COMPOUND
Should be usevl by all females, as it strengthens
and invigorates the constitution, pnriAas the blood,
and removes all eruptions Bom the skin. Quart "*
bottles tl, small bottles 50 cents. ^
TO CURE DYSPEPSIA, ?!
Use Dr. Rose's Dysp.-ntio and Liver Composed
50 cento a bottla.
Sold be D. 8. DYSON. ?
C. STOTT A CO., J?
W. H. OILMAN, J?
J. W. NAIRN, T
PATTERSON A NAIRN; J*
D. B. CLARK, W
H. H. McPUERSON, R
S. a WAITS,
KID WELL A LAWRENCE,
j. a MOORE.
Washington, D. C. *'
J. L. KIDWELL, b
Georgetown.
And by all daalers In Alexandria, Virginia. *r
a m
ELY AND * THOMPSON, Dealers la'
Hardware, Coaeb Trimming*, Ac.
No. 886 Pannejrlvania Avenne, betwssn MA and 10th **
streets, Washington D. C. "
Heaee Furnishing Hartwure, P1
Brass, Biltonets, Block Tin sad P toted Cand lee ticks \
. Shovel and Tonga. Waffle Irons, Sad Irons 11
Muslin A Bell Mew Kettles, Furnaces, Ovens, Grid- *'
urns, Ac., Ac.. As. P
BUMIBJ tumii, u
RwraJCottage, Gioeet, Cupboard, Cheat, Till, Pad and
Hhu ttl^Door, and Blind Hinges, Screw*, Bolt*, Cat u<
Brad'* BhatCr Screw* and Blobba, Door Spring*, *
Handrail Screws, Door Knob* vj
Bell Pull*, Door Shear** and Kail, Ae., Ac., Ac. Di
Cabinet Makers Good*. ik
Britannia. German Hiker, AJbata and Biker Plated of
Tea Table aad Deeert Bpooua &
Oarrere aad Parka, steal*, Kaina with and without u?
Hair 01otl?.0*rl*d Hair, Ma**, Gimps, Both and Chaii yi
Y.&Blind Hook*. Rack Pullaje, BeUar End*, *?
Bracket*, Furniture Bail* y,
Glee, Cofln Head lee and Scrrwe, Diamond Screw t><
Pla tea, Ae^ Ac., Ae. \ bi
Carpenter* Good*. &
Plane*, Sawn, Drawing Kniree, Spokeaharee, Ckisele n<
and Oongce, Plaoelrnn* u
Angers. Braoee end Bitte, Boring Machine*, Ham- i*
mere, Hatchet*. Level* m
Hleigh Runner*, Sikered end Braee Bend*, Stamp
JmnU, Stump Collar*, Top Prop*
Curtain Frame*, Lamp*, Inside Lining*, Lining Bilks, 01
Dftmank. Beaming Oorda B
Tuft*. Tamcis, Button a, Tack*, Fringes, Lama, Plain g
and Knamrlled ClOTlM t)
Rnpjit Duck, KmumIM Ijoattior, DHk heather, Jto., g
Ae., Ac. U
KLTA1T8 ft THOMPSOIf, ?
>M Pean. arena*. *
IMPORTANT TO UE1VTLCIKR. J
Great Inducement* for yoa to Call aad Bee.
nnHE undenrtgned gins notice to hi* fHend* and fi
M the publio that be ha* jnet received Ma *toe'of
Pall and Winter Goods, oompriaing all the latent ,
trie* aad eoloc* of Cloth, OMmmere. and Yeatbg* i a
which good* wtn be made ap to order, In the Most .
elmraot manner. ae he bee aotne of the beet workmen .
in 9m United State' at work Mr Mm. Being agent
for Scott Me report* efkwMene,ron may rely npoa
getting the moot knhtenable clothing.
gr w> ipr -r
IIK. lfKOiUKKS' M KD1C1N Ktt,
UNLIKE U?w Patent M?ne4tes wluoh
olaisa by ouo thing to cure nil disesaes, sach
reparation is particularly designed to cure some one
[xwiAo idiopathic complaint, with ita train of sympnuatie
affections.
These medicines have been in use many jenrs, sad
ad been lung before any of the patent medicines
aw advertised so generally ss Pills. Panaceas, fixafto,^yrups,
Ac., wars known, and had a reputeKB
llKanrttaaaaH kv nnv rttkus If ia fit Iia kfinuii
ierefof?. thatthoae well-triadrtmedies, the matured
unite of Marty thirty years' experience and obaernion
of their masterly influence in the core of dieise,
will meet with that attention which their value,
olr ineetinoble importance to thea?eted, demand
tieir namea and usee are a* follows:
DR. BROTHERS' ANODYNE PILLS.
This to a powerful anodyne, and ia anre to relieve
in when all other neana toll, hnt ahould only be
ran in urreet caeca, and when no relief can be obIned
by other means. Exceedingly valuable in fits,
wk-Jaw, Colic, and severe pain. Price 60 canto.'
K. BROTHEHS' yTRENOTIIKMING PLASTER.
Thia is used whenever a atrenntheninw plaster ia
tated. It seldom or never tails to aiiocd feliaf.
ice 18W cents.
DR. BROTHERS' IRRITATING PLASTER.
This is one of the moat valoable counter-irritants.
I being applied over the parts, it quickly relieves
Ute and chronic pains in the side and chest, and
domination of the throat or bronchitis. It acres
tafnese, or dullness oi hearing, and is one of the
ry best remedies tor all diseases ot the spine, and
the head or brain. Pries S& cents,
i. BROTHERS' FEVER AND AGUE POWDERS.
These Powders possess strong tonio anti-febrile
d anti-bilious properties, and will be found a sovjign
remedy for Fever and Ague or Intermittent
ver, in all its forms and stages, and will not,'|ike
tier remedies employed for this disease, in the least
gree injure the oonstitntion. It has been employed
r many years in very many severe cases, and us
raa the most unqualified satisfaction to those who
ve usedjt, having performed many extraordinary
it. BROTHERS' EXPECTORANT AND ANTISPASMODIC
DROPS.
These Drops are stimulant and expectorant, and
.ve an immediate effect in relieving Whooping
ugh, Croup, or Hives, Astha, Inflammation or the
ings, and in all cases where there is difficulty of
eatbing; also, in Epilepsy, Pleurisy, Consumption,
d common Fits.
11. BROTHERS' BLACK OR HEALING SALVE.
This 8alve seldom or never fails to benefit or cure
cere, Cuts, Sore Nipples, Horns, and sows of all
ads. . It will be found excellent in every case w^ere
lealing salve is needed. If, there is inflammation,
at reduce it by the application of a poultice; then
?h the ulcer or sore with warm water and Castile
ip, and apply the Sabre. This salve is also exoelit
for Corns, for venerial, Bcrofluous, fistulous, and
other ulcers. Nothing bettor can be found. Price
cents. .
I. BROTHERS' VEGETABLE ANTI-BILIOUS
PILLS.
rhese Pills are made of the roots of the most valble
medicinal plants, and are possessed of stimuing,
detergent, or cleansing properties, and are also
lomulete substitute for mercurv. and other drastic
DR. BROTHERS' BROWN OINTMENT.
This Ointment is designed for Cutaneous Diseases,
r iffNtiiM ?f the akin; nab an Tetter, or Ball.haum,
or Dow Worm, or St Anthony's Fire, or
IrytipelaS) tar all itching affections, aruptiona at
ke akin, aora nipple*, chapped hands, chilbains, sore
nd inflamed eyed, chappfngs and excoriations about
ke noaa and Hps: the nock, thighs, and armpits of
hildran; for scalds and burns, bruises, availing*,
nd piles. This is an article of mat efficacy i on#
rhich has given general satisfaction, and which baa
flfceted (treat cores. Pries 85 cents.
DR. BB0THKB8' COUGH PIiaA
These Pilla era vaiv efficacious in relieving very
evere Concha, Pains in the Cheat, and Irritation of
he Lungs. They are a vary valuable, safe, mild, but
ffiactivs remedy, not only for these affections, but
)so for tiskJing in the throat, stricture ot the lungs,
roeohitis, and other Pulmanary difficulties. They
re very highly prised by many persona. Pries 86
MM.
DR. BROTHERS' FEMALE PIMA
Mtp*eiaUw D?mgn*d for Fmnalt Complaint*.
The constitution always suffers more or leas when
ay of the secretions or discharges, established by
he laws of nature, are arrested or retarded; but from
looe does more evil arise than from obstruction, or
naamtaion of the meases. This is sura in time to
itflf on a train of complicated end obstinate disease,
each as peine in the bead, back, loins, and ablomen;
determination of blood to the bead, and ooweqnent
diastases, cold extremities, but especially
old foet: lose of aapetite, oostiveness, and general
lability; Cough, Palpiution of the Heart, Hectic
'car, and Consumption. The re establishment of
ha Gatam total evacnatioa, whenever checked or suspended,
is indiapenaable to hsalth, and the oontsaance
of life.
The design of these pills is the roetorstion of the
ataral uterine accretions, by removing the causes
iy which tbsy era arrested or checked and by giv-??
W. j
immImm
MADY-ILADI CLOTHING
o( Hm awn mate, ooah ao OrarGannnnta.froak, draw, ?
and bnelmwCoUe, Panto, and Teata,7mm madinn ?
U AM^thrffrTG^^nba aoM at Tory lowortooa, a
fa- inatoaaa, a wboki rait, Coat, Panto, and VW, lor b
lb) amall ana of lift. i
Orareoato, bmntifol atyle, from flO to ft* H
Panto, do do do I to Id
Vaato, do . do do t 00 to Id ?.
Ifo raapaatftilly aoHoHo a call from all in want of i
OlaBtof. 1
runniMmnu *
Mli m fltiirta. Drawers, Golfers, Stocks, R?odk?r p
Undar United Btatw Moiri,
'* BMWsea M 4}< streets, Peno. ** I
j ' ?r~" - '
ing tons and bMhfetDtiMKMM.il aymsm; thn tri
therefore an effectual ruiaedy in all tim of difficult* 1
painful, or obetruetad win; having boonused in
multitedss of MIM, la the private practice of the
-i iginal proprietor, with singular sunn is, in which Q]
they bare proved to bo of the highest value and efficacy.
Price W cents.
DR. B&OTHERH' DIAPHORETIC POWDERS. ]
Theae Powder* form a very valuable Anodyne, Di vl:
apboretic and Sudorific compound. They are bonoficially
administered to Fever, St. Anthony's Fire, or
towipelae, Diarrhsss, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus;
and in all oases where an anodyne, oumbmed with a
sudorific, Is required. In these diseases, it should
be administered in small doses, ft is also applicable
to many other disssssa, such as rheumatism and
goat, oolic, and griping pains, fee. It promotes per- JT
spiration without increeeiag the heat oftfee body, and *T
produces a constant moisture of the skin for * great T"
length of time, while it allays irritation and sivaa "
rati 60 oents. eep 18?eodly
v. Thia Syrup haa been proved in thousenda of soeos T
to be an unequalled remedy for Scrofula, Bait-Rheum, r~
Mercurial, Byphilitic or Venereal, and Eruptive die- J?
eases; for Jaundice, Erysipelas, noils. Ulcers. Rhea
mutism, Gout, Cutaneous Affections, or Diseases of
the Bids, as Blotches, Pimples, or Pustules, and all P?
Itching Eruptions, Ac. The design of this Byrup is
to reestablish the healthy functions of the system,
without producing any very sensible evacuation; not fl
being intended to act particularly upon the bowels' tD<
but directly, and with ike grenteet effect, npon the "u
Blood
I have tried every preparation used by modern y0
Physicians, with the most distinguished anjd oelebratea
patent nostrums, now so highly extolled; sa the p0
various Panaceas. Barsaparilla Hyrups, Balsams, end p0
Extracts; and, after repeated tnals for years, in dif- ye
ferent forms of disease, I have found that this Syrujp, Po
beyond all comparison, Car exceeds them ail. In p0
Chronic Inflammation of the Liver White Swelling,
Necrosis, or Fever Seres, Rickets, Pistnla, and King's 1
Evil; in short, in every taint of the system or blood, Mt
from whatever cause it may arise, or however long m
standing, this medicine wilt be a pre-eminently superior
article, and of the highest value in all caaes for 1
which it is recommended. Price |1. be
DR. BROTHERS' . an
Sudorific 7\nctur? or Sweating Drone. j
This medicine is truly unsurpassed in (Mailing the nil
indications for which it is given, which is generally ,
to produce free perspiration; hence its great and pre* 8]
eminent valne in severe and violent oohu and coughs,
fevers, inflammations, pleurisy, neuralgia, quinsy; ^
and also in allaying pain, however acute, as in bil- ye
ious cholio, rheumatism, gravel, retention of urine, q,,
painful menstruation, Ac. Prise 60 cents. nr
DR. BROTHERS'
Compound Ulmue Potederi, f6r Poultices.
This Powder made into Poultices is the most efficacious
of any of the various kinds recommended,
and among all the different kinds used, I know of '
none which is equal to this foe all inflammations, ,
whether of the eyes, face, limbs, or other parts of ;
the bedy?for Burns, Ulcers, Sore and InflameiJ ;
Breasts, Erysipelas or St. Anthony's Fire, Piles, >
White Swellings, King's Evifc or Scrofulous and Po- ' .vsr
Sores, and Cuts, Inflamed Wounds, Carbuncles. I
Ac. It rapidly diminishes pain, heat, swelling, and
where there is any gathering of purulent matter, it <'1
promotes a free and easy suppuration. A better or- foi
tide of the kind is no? to be round. Price 60 cents.
DR. BROTHERS' RHEUMATIC PILLS. od
\) These Pill* w* vary efficacious in svmy cms of
Rheumatism, whether acute or chronic; and I am in<
satisfied, from mj own obaerration of their great
efficacy in the worst and most obstinate cases, that
I they are not surpassed, if thvy ptp indeed equalled,
by an* other pills of the kind In existence; they at- th<
tenuate viscid humors, remove obstructions, regulate cai
the system, purify the blood; nod thus cum the complaint.
The Rheuraatio Liquid used with the Pills,
to bathe the parte affected, will rery mnch facilitate <
the cure, when the cane in very obstinate, and doss ?
not yield readily to the Shorn medicines, s 8yrup
made from the Alterative Powder, (which can be cm- .
tained at the same plaoe with the Pills end Rheums- .*f
tic Liquid,) must be tabes according to directions
accompanying it; but in meat instances the Pills
alone, or the rills and Liquid, will remote the complaint
in a short time. Price 60 cents. *'
DR. BROTHERS' PILE ELECTUARY. w
This preparation hM been found On invaluablp I
remedy fyr the Hemorrhoids, or Piles.- Itts girds rh.
internally, to correct a faulty stats of the bil ary or ^[j
digestive organs, which produoe* eostireness, or s (
derangement of the bowels, and consequently the *
PiU. c
Most of the remedies now in use for this dangerous ^
and painful affection, are directed to be applied ex- an;
ternally; they do not remove the cause of the com- jjfe
plaint, and can therefore afford only temporary r?- to
lief. Again, the disease la often beyond the reach 0 jM
aid from external applications, 'an objection to which 1
this remedy ip not liable, (t being taken internally. v.,.
It is perfectly safe, pleaaant to take, mild and eMy |
in its operation, and affords immediate relief
II is equally efficacious in curing both the Blind :
and Bleeding Piles. If the bowels are left costive 1 otj.
after the use of this medicine, s Utile physic may be ;
taken to nqgulate them. Having been toying the All ^
Healing Ointment in some very bad cases of Piles, I tu(
hesitate net to assure the afflicted that it is a very .
valuable medicine, and an inestimable auxiliary to ?
the Electuary. 1 consider it ths best external sppli- "
cation, 1 have ever known. The Electuary in an in- J
tarnal remedy, and the Ointment as an external appli- Jr.
cation, used in connexion, I doubt not would be ef- fol
festual in the most obstinate cases, and must surpass be
in all instances any other remedies for Piles to be cit
found. Price |1. m.
INGREDIENTS OR POWDERS OP MAKING so
DR. BROTHERS' RESTORATIVE . us
WINE BITTERS. " tn
This article has been extensively used many years ! ?1
by the original proprietor, id his private practice in "
thousands of oases in this city, (New York,) and }
throughout the country, with invariable success; he I "J
can, therefore, with confidence, recommend it ae so- j ?
pen or to any preparation of the kind now in usej it
a admirably oalenlated to restore tons to the moscu- ?
lar fire, end thereby impart strength and energy to
the whole system. It will be found exceedingly re)- u
uable in all caaea of Debility, Dyspepsia, Pain in the
Rreset, Weakness of the Luags, Nervosa Complaint*,
and those inward complaints peculiar tofensalei,
ueh as Fluor Albue, or Whites, Prolapses Uteri, or JJ
railing of the Womb, Ac. I*
By giving tens to the digestive organa, they are ^
peculiarly useful in Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Nervous
Diseases, end ere thus beneficienn removing
Flatulency, "is. In short, they will be foend e vmlu- q
able preparation in all caeca whan a strengthening
remedy is required. This medieine ben long been in gi
greet demand, and has the justly deserved reputation j
of being nnrivalled in its valne and efficacy. Price ,j
DR. BROTHERS' COUGH DR0P8. ?
These drops en remarkably well oalculetsd to el- ra
ley the irratibility of the Bronchial tabs* and laa|m
and than cure oolde, oemghs, so tee see end pais oi
the ebest aiwMnnga, end intluenia. They oontain no fr
preparation of opium, or other norcotie, end p Besses ta
the peculiar property of removing irritation without g,
producing excitement of the system. "They promote 4
expectoration, and mitigate and remove in a abort f0
time Ae moot din seeing Cold a, Coughs, Hoarse- m
aces, s?d other Branch isl Affections. They an per- Dl
feetly innocent ae well as pleasant, and may then
fore be taken with safety by persons df every age, t?
end under all circumstances. Prise 60 oeats. U
DR. BROTHERS' CATARRH POWDERS. ta
Tbeae Powders an very asrviseahls in Catarrh V
and other obstructions of tha nods and bend. They w
promote a free discharge from the nasal glands, end - =
diminish the piecaimi of blood npon the brain, re- I
lieve headache, end here often cured polypus in the
nose. Colds which affect the heed, eyes, and fkueee,
and which produce a tightness Or stricture across
the forehead will ha nlieved by thee# Powders.
Prise 26 oeats.
DR. BROTHERS' NEUTRALIZING MIXTURE,
l For Diarrhma, 6holtra Morbus, and Summsr
Complaint* of OMIdrm. ; T
This Medicine WWW the power, in a nrr rentrktbl*
bum, of neutral vino lite acidity of the
Stomach, or removing the morbid or acrid eecretioaa c'
of the Liver, which are the cvitinr causes of bowai
eon plain ta in general. It allays ateknem of the Stomach,
remorea the pain, cauaea healthy eracuationa "
from the bowels, at the aaaoe time acts as a gentle
satringoat Hence it will fee found a nary superior
and rat liable remedy, in both acute and chronic dii eases
ef the bowels, in Diarrhcsa, Dysentery, Cholera
Murbus, and Hummer Complaints of Children. In
all thaae oompiaiate the lirer Is usually am or less
affected, the atomaeh in an irritable, and the bowels
in an inflamed condition. This medicine is most
effectual in relieving nil then# organs, restoring theii
tons sad natural functions. Among all the nuaaerona
remedies for these diseases, some of which are
strongly recommended, this has proved itself, in every
Instance, to be the best, the surest, safest, and most 1
affective of all. 1 do not think its equal esn be found J
for children wben teething, or aa s remedy for bowel n
complaints. Pries AO cents. tl
tar AH my medicines are put up under my ewa
personal supervision, and the puMie are assured that u
they are prepared of the best imported vegetable in
gradients, and enn be obtained only at our office, If o. h
lf? death B etieet,OppsdKc Bmitbsonian Inetitntinn,
i a here they have dsus a lar<s> aadeacBseeftil nraetise I
j tor the last six ysar% in the trentsMut of all Chronic si
Diseases, and those diseases prod need by the OM d
Hchool KTncral Physicians, by Utf tndtaoriftilnafe Has . h
of Mercury, Arsenic, Anllmeny, 4k Happily for ?
snflering Immunity, thatr prasAce is se ukniWly n
injurious, that it is now gradually oa the wans, and 0
must a few years sink into oblivion.
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: .
rg&tives, operating in almost all case* without griSTfaey
promote healthy secretions of the sto*
i liver, and intestines, removing bilious and
>rbid aconmulations of matter, thereby relieving
?e organs, and restoring their tone.. Hence they
5 invaluable in eases of l)yspepsis or indigestion,
sease of the Bowels, Costiveuess, Peine in tke Staich,
Bide, and in the Abdomen, Fever, or Determition
of Blood to the Head. Ac. They act also on
e urinary organB, producing a natural action and
icharge, and they will there tore be found of the
<hest use in Dropsy, Attentions of the Kidneys,
-avel, Suppression of Urine, Ae. In short, they
11 prove mest.aiable in any diseese where a mild,
hi, and thorough evacueetoi purgative ie required,
d e substitute of superior quality and efficacy for
I Fills recommended as purgatives. Fries 26 cents
iGREDIENTS FOR MAKING DR. BROTHERS'
FULMONIC SYRUP.
yr Coughs, Colds, Consumption, iSpitting of
Blood, Pain m (As Breast, die.
This Syrup baa been extensively used in the pri>te
practice of the original proprietor for many
art, and its virtues havebeen fully tested in various
seases of the Inngs and cheat It promotes expectation,
allays the cough, gives voce and strength to
e system, and, where the patient is not too lar releea,
will effect a cure. It .has repeatedly proved
icaeiotis when all other means have failed. Being
opared in a very concentrated state, and entirely
am vegetables, it may be taken, not only without
nger to the system, but with a good prospect of
eedy relief and permanent benefit. 1 have known
is medicine to cure cases where there seemed to be
i ground lor hope whatever. Price $1.
DR. BROTHERS' RHEUMATIC LIQUID.
This eompoand is admirably calculated ta-eery
heumatisni, Sprains, ContrasWons of the Teodoao,
hite Swellings, Ague in the Faoe and in the Bi esttta,
suralgia, Spinal Irritations, Pain^Aod Soreness, or
ruises in any part of the body, it is also equally
ed for Mumps, Quinsy, Sore Throat, and lor rarulis.
or Iocs of the use of the limbs after confinement
child-birth, or from any other causa. This liquid
a medicine in the highest reputation with these
ho know it by using it on their own ponaonn.nnd
millet, and is certainly not surpassed by any of the
liments. opodeldocs, or other prcpaialhma for
heuinausm, Ac. Price 78 cents.
DR. BROTHERS' NERVOUS PILLS.
For NeuraLeia and Ntroous Diseases
This is i vary valuable Pill is iU sssss of Nervous
ritaboo, f milium led, and pais aristae bom aa enabled
or shattered state of the nervous system. It
excellent in Hysterics, and in all cases reanltinK
obi derangements of the Uterine functions or lisle
complaints. Price SS cents.
Dft. BROTHERS' WORM POWDER.
This preparation is designed to remove the differit
kinds of worms from the system, whether in the
omach, the small or the large intestines; as the
n, tape, and common worms. It not only aote aa
jerniifuge. bat also cleanses and strengthens the
omaeh and bowels, arrests fever, allays irritation,
id is surpassed by no other vermifuge in existence,
rice AO cents.
R. BROTHERS' ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND TONIC
PILLS.
These Pi lis are oom posed of the most valuable spiles
which can be found in the vegetable MaUria
*diaa, for Dyspepsia, and also for the removal of
I complaints immediately arising from or connected
lb .Indigestion, Gastric or Intestinal Debility and
sraogemest; sneb as Loss of Appetite, Hum sees ef
s Stomach, Flatulence, Nausea, Heat and Burning
the Stomach and Bowels, Diminess, Water-brash,
mdaehe, Palpitation of the Heart, Cough, Pain in
* Breast, Habitual Ooatrveneas, or its opposite, Dfrbssa,
Parnate Obstructions, Torpor of am Liver #r
mete, Choite Pains, General la bility ef Body and
spree si oa of Miad. These Pills operate mflaly on
stomach and bowels, cleansing and imparting to
am tons aad energy; and removing those obstructs
or caams which induce derangement and delity
ia the digestive organs, aad which produce
ist long train of complain to which accompany dy?ipsia.
They have been prescribed in thousands of
ices by their original proprietor ia his private pmain,
aad hara met with sneb marked and surprising
issaas, as te hs valued shove price by thorn who
mi know them, sod who bars witnessed in their
rn persons or femiKes their sovereign sAesey te
ring the teaeaaas for which they are recommended.
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