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JAYXES CARMINATIVE. BALSAM
IS a certain, safe, and effectual remedy (or Dysen tery, Diarrhoea, or Looseness, Cholera Morbus, SUMMER COMPLAINT, Cholic, Griping Pains, Sour Stomach, Sick and Nervous Headache, Heart burn, Waterbiash, Pain or Sickness of the Stomach, Vomiting, Spiling up of Eood after Eating, and also where it passes through the body unchanged, Want of Appetjte, Restlessness and Inability to Sleep, \\ ind in the Stomach and Bowels, Hysterics, Cramp, Nervous .Tremors and Twitchings, Sea Sickness, t aintings, Melancholy and Lowness of Spin's, fret ting and crying of Infanta, and for all BOWEL AK FECTlOflS NERVOUS DISEASES. Th is pi 9?e of the most efficient, pleasant, and safe compositions ever offered to the public for the cure of the various derangements of the stomach and bowels, and the pnly article worthy of the least con fidence for curing CHOLERA INFANTUM or SUMMER COMPLAINT; and in all the above dis eases it really acts like a charm. All persons are requested to try it, for without ex ception, it is one of the most valuable family medi cines ever yet discovered. Hundreds, nay, thous ands ! of certiticates have been received from Physi cians, Clergymen, and families of the first respecta bility, bearing the strongest testimony in its favor, too numerous to publish. New York, May 20, 1837. Dr. D. Jayne?Dear Sir?Having mnde use of your Carminative Balsam in my family, and finding it to be admirably adapted to the complaints for which it is intended, I take pleasure in recommend ing it to (he use of my friends and the public gene rally, believing that those who are alliieted with any of these complaints will find relief in the use of this valuable medicine. JONA. GOING, D. D., President of Granville College, Ohio. Woodstowv, Salem co., N. J., May, 1837. From a long acquaintance with Dr. Juyne's Car minative Balsam, I believe it to be a very happ} combination, and a useful medicine in many com plaints which almost constantly occur in our coun try, such as Bowel Affections of children, Cholic, Cramps, Looseness, Djspeptic, Disorders of Hie Stomach, Coup;!'*, and Affections of the Breast, to gether wiui all those diseases attended with sour ness of the Stomach; and believe that physicians will often find it a useful remedy in their hands, and one that is proper for domestic use, and can be put into the hands of persons at large with perfect safety. WM. BACON, M. D. Baltimore, March 27, 1833. Dr. Jayne?Dear sir?You ask me what proofs I meet with of the efficacy of your Carminative. I can safely say that ] never prescribed a medicine for Bowel Complaints that has given me so much satis faction, and my patients so speedy and perfect relief as thi3. Whenever introduced into a family, it be comes a standing remedy for those ailments, and is called for agun and again, which 1 think a pretty g'lod proof of its efficacy and usefulness. In the Summer Complaint of children it has frequently ap peared to snatch the little victims, as it were from the grave, " it saved the life of my child, n'nd of such and such a child," I have repeatedly heard said. In dysenteric affections of adults, I have time and again seen it act like a charm, and give perma nent relief in a few hours, I may say In a lew min utes. In tine, it is a valuable medicine, and no fam ily should be without it. Respectfully, _ . . M. L. KNAPP, M. D., Late Physician to the Baltimore Dispensary and Agent for the Maryland Vaccine Institution. . Bridbeton, N. J., July J9, 1836. This may certify that I have used Doctor Jayne's Carminative Balsam very extensively in Bowel Com- I plaints, and have not the least hesitation in declaring it superior to any preparation that I have met with, for the relief of those diseases. WILLIAM STEELLING, M.D., Physician to tkc Cumberland N. J. Almshouse. WORMS ! WORMS 11 WORMS!! I Of all diseases to which children are exposed none are so fatal to them as worms. Unfortunately' children are seldom free from them, and as they imitate the symptoms of almost every other com plaint, tney often produce alarming effects witho.it being suspected. Worms are not only a cause of disease themselves, but by their irritation aggravate all other diseases, wandering from one part of the body, to another, winding themselves into large balls, and obstructing the bowels, and frequently the throat' causing convulsions, and too often death. The best remedy ever yet known is Dr. JAYJNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE, which is perfectly safe, and so pleasant that children will not refuse to take it. It effectually destroys WORMS; neutralizes acidity or sourness of the stomach, increases appetite, and acts as a general and permanent Tonic, and is, therefore, exceedingly beneficial in Intermittent and Remittent Fevers In e is,,a cciluin and permanent cure for FEVER and AGUE. It not only destroys Worms, and invigorates the whole system, but it dissolves and carries off the su perabundant slimo or mucous so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of children, more especially ol tho*e in bad health. This mucous lorms the bed or nest in which worms produce their young; and by removing it?it is impossible for worms to remain in the body. It is harmless in its effects on the system, and the health of the patient is always improved by its use even when no Worms are discovered. Numerous certificates of its usefulness have been received which the proprietor docs not consider necessary to' publish ; yet to give the reader an idea of its vermi fuge powers, he will mention a few cases. He gave it to his little nephew, not four years old, and in a lew days he. discharged upwards of ninety large I worms. He also gave it to his daughter, then about three years old, when it brought away thirty worms in one night . thi?Svh ThfomP*>n,near Salem, N. J., administered vears ow T l? a, child between tl"'ee one hutidrwl "ft* lhata few da>8 aho discharged Mr twenty-seven large Worms. vings' Institution', mU^^ Ka ve "it t? r' children, and says that alW ft.8 ? .u j ?"f ?f 13 away about fifty Worms at oilc/'f ? il )rou"flt long. 1(-e'llve and inches Mr. Ferdinand Woodruff me<l Vermifuge for DYSPEPSIA, and in ? " !? two weeks discharged upwards ol thirtv bC ?? T/1PE WORM, and wa, thereb,pert&. E " Another gentleman of this city had it adininktnV i to Ins little daughter, about .hie. A, she had a number of discharges from her bowel* composed entirely of little white thread worms He says, ''they came away from her, not only by hun dreds, but 1 may truly say, by thousands, separately en'ti^t ! I J* as ,arge as hlckoO' nuts, composed entirely ot dead worms. JAYNE'S HAIR TOmcl expectorant? JATNE'S SANATIVE PILLS? For sale by R S. PATTERSON, -j Sole Agent, Washington, O. M. LINTHICUM. Georgetown, D. C. Druggist* and dealers supplied at the Proprietor's n0M' mayll-6w T AUCTION CARD. HE undersigned respectfully call the attention o< citizens generally to their new arrangements for the conducting of the Auction and Commission Business, having added two large rooms in the rear of their store for the arrangement of sales, both public and private. We would solicit consi gnments of Furniture, Crock ery, and Glassware, Hardware, Dry Goods,Clothing, Groceries, Books and Stationery-, and of personal property generally. Especial attention given to sales at private build ings, which will be conducted by W. B. Lewis. Cash advances made when required on goods not limited. LEWIS Sl HUNT, Auctioneers. may!)-3t Pennsylvania avenue, near 11th st. I OVE AMD PATRIOTISM, a Poem, by Richard IJ Stewart Evans, Counsellor-at- Law, lor sale at Brooke's periodical agency, and at Taylor's, Morri son's, and Farnham's bookstores. The following extracts are taken from some of (he notices: From the National Intelligencer. Love and Patriotism, a Poem, pronounced by Richard S. Evans, at Bovvdoin College, at the annual commencement. Portland?Charles Day &. Co., printers. The above is the title of a poem, by Richard S. Evans, of Washington, which has been just published in Portland, Maine. The following remarks upon this performance, are from the Portland Daily Ad vertiser, of September 7. It was amusing to listen to the observation to this performance. Nonsense, says one. Beautiful, adds another. Horrible, splen did, silly, and grand, were epithets profusely lavished. Surely that man is a poet who gains such praise and such abuse. And verily we believe Evans can and did write poetry. There were parts of this Poem which appeared as pure and gorgeous poetry ; for in stance, the allusion to the American Bird in connex ion with Poland; Campbell himself has not done better, &c. From the Globe. The following brief allusion to Poland, is from Evans's Poem on' Love and Patriotism, a production which is very highly praised, &.c. From the Alexandria Gazelle. Mr. Richard S. Evans is a gentleman who has long occupied a conspicuous station, as an anonymous writer, in some of the principal literary journals; and to whom the world is indebted, for some of the finest specimens of poetry and learning, &c. ap 12?dlwtawSm. B TALES, RHYMES, AND ESSAYS, Y PROFESSOR RICHARD S. EVANS, Coun sellor-at-Law. author of Witch Creek, the German Student, &c. CONTENTS. Part First, Tai.es.?The Indian Coquettes, or the Mohawk Girls, dedicated to the Coquettes of Wash ington ; the Deserted House ; the Pirate Count; the Demon Bride. Part Second, Poetry.?Translations and imita tions in verse, from the Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, German, and Arabic languages. Part Third, Essays.?1st, on the falsehood of Gloomy Theories; 2d, the policy of increasing the Territories of the United States on every favorable opportunity, and the proposed renewal of the Con gress of Panama; 3d, expediency of extending pro motion to privates in the Army and Navy; 4th, evils of meanness and parsimony in public salaries; 5ih, means of encouraging the emigration of the rich as well as the poor to this country ; 6th, influence upon public prosperity of having men of geniu3 at the head of affairs, illustrated by the examples of history. The above work is nearly ready for publication. Many of the articles appeared originally in the jour nals and periodicals. ap 12-dlw2aw2m IT CANNOT BE DENIED, OR truth is mighty, that Dr. Leidy's SARSAPA RILLA is the purest, strongest, and most efficacious of any other preparation of Sarsaparilla that is made. It is warranted to be stronger than six bottles of most others, stronger than four of some, and stronger than three of the strongest prepared by any other in the United States. Dr. Leidy's Sarsaparilla is recommended by all respectab.e physicians in preference to any other. All who have ever used it have derived more benefit from one bottle than three to ten of others; and those who, after having used other preparations with out benefit, will use Dr. Leidy's, will %oon be con vinced (as thousands have already been) of the fore going assertion. The apparatus with which Dr. Leidy's extracts, used in his preparation of Sarsaparilla as prepared, is the only one in the United States, imported by Dr. Leidy himself, from the celebrated house of Pelleter & Caventou, in Paris, at a great expense, and is ca pable of extracting the medicinal virtues of Sarsa parilla and other rootu more effectually than by any other process. As several hundred certificates of remarkable cures, and recommendations from clergymen and physicians have been from time to time published in different papers, it is only thought necessary to keep the public acquainted as to where Dr. Leidy's Sar saparilla can be be obtained genuine, namely, at Dr. Liedy's Health Emporium, 191 north Second street, near Vine street, (sign of the Golden Eagle and Ser pents,) Fred. Brown's, James Bond's, and Fred. Klett's drug stores, Philadelphia, and at CHARLES STOTT'S, ap 25?3m Washington City. DR. TAYLOR'S BALSAM OF LIVERWORT, prepared at 375 Bowery, New York, is justly celebrated as the most wonderful curative of pulmo nary diseases in the whole range of pharmacy, some of our most respectable physicians use it in tlicir prac tice, prescribing it as the best of all remedies for pul monary complaints and physical debility, and they unhesitatingly rccommcnd it to be kept in every family of a consumptive tendency. It is universally received as ono of the standard incdicincs of the day. The great merit of Dr. Taylor's Balsam is, that in all cases of pulmonary complaints it gives immediate re lief. A single bottle will, in mott cases, reveal its astonishing virtues, and open at once the fountain of health and strength to the atllicted. Read the fol lowing certificate: '? Being constitutionally predisposed 1o Consuni|> tion, (a number of my family having died with this disease) and having suffered fiom irritation of the Lungs, accompanied with cough and raising matter and blood, together with severe pain in my side and breast, till I was supposed to be. bevond recovery, I was induced by advice of Dr. Perkins, as a last re sort, to try " 1 aylor's Balsam ef Liverwort," I have t.iken five botiles in all. 1 began to improve with the first bottle, and while taking the third, was so far re covered as to be able to get about. Since which time, by continued use of it, I am quite restored, and able to attend to my usual business. To persons suff ering from coughs and affections of the Lungs, 1 do earnestly recommend it. (Signed) "JAS. C. SCOTT." Elizabeiii City, N. C , Dec. lb, 1842. Observe? I "he only genuine Taylor's Balsam Liverwort has an engraved label around each bottle, with ihe signature oi I)r. Wordon J. Leeds, attached, to prevent counterfeits. In order to be certain of ol> taining the genuine article, purchase only at the original office, 375 Bowery. Or of CHARLES STOTT, Pennsylvania avenue, corner of 7th street. And JAMES M. DORSE I T, Washington, D. C. GEORGE M. SO I'HORON, Georgetown, D. C. HENRY COOK, And JOHN J. SAYERS, feb 5?6m Alexandria, D. C. Hto the AFFLICTED! AMPTON'S vegetable tincture for THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASES.. The most safe and certain remedy ever known to the world for various chronic diseases, after they have reached a state, and assumed a character, hitherto considered desperate and incurable. Chronic Rheumatism, Scrofula, Kings Evil, at tended with swellings and ulcers, sore eyes, and loss ol sight, to a frightful extent, have been cured. Fe males pining away hy reason of deranged secretions, broken calculations, and obstructed menses, (monthly courses) even when attended by spasms or fits, have been readily relieved. Dyspepsia yields without a struggle to its mild yet powerful action upon the stomach. In Catarrh, or Cough, Rheumatism, and Fistula, it never fails to cure, as we have fully proved All diseases hav-ing their origin in an ipipure state of tlie Wood and fluids, will be speedily.and effectually removed by this in valuable medicine. I his tincture lends directly to excite a healthy ac tion in the stomach, liver, lungs, and kidneys, to pu rify the blood and other fluids, by expelling every particle ol morbid matter from the system, and therefore never fails to prove a valuable remedy for the diseases which calomel has been invariably used. Old sores and ulcers, or any chronic affection; and for the calomel disease, it is an infallible remedy. This remedy is perfectly vegetable, mild, agree able, and safe for persons of any age, either sex, or any condition, acknowledged by those who have tried it, to be the best known family medicine. The justly celebrated tincture creates a craving appetite, and the patient is left at liberty to indulge it. The use of this medicine will change the com plexion from a palid to a fine blooming one. After using this tincture for six weeks, a person of any age may eat anything that a child of ten years of age, in full health, could eat, without the least in conveniencc. - Dr. Hampton is in possession of certificates from the Hon Henry Clay, Col. KichardM Johnson, Hon. John B Dawson, of La., and many others, who have been benefited by the use of this tincture. For certificates, &c., see pamphlet. fCjr* Remember! Hampton's Vegetable Tincture can be had only at the Segar Store of II. G. RITTER, Pennsylvania avenue, between 11th and 12th streets A. G. GARDNER'S Seed Store, F street, between 9th and 10th streets, opposite the Catholic church. :rC?=' Each bottle liaa the proprietor's signature on the label. may8-6m | \ V SPKPSI A.?1To soothe the sufferings of hijmaii iJ ity, to ameliorate the pangs of disease, is the grand object of medical science. This is efficiently demonstrated ih tho healing virtues of Dii. BENJA MLN BRANDRE I'H'S PILLS. The cures effected by this medicine would fill volumes. Views on indigestion as a source of undefined and irregular Nervous Sensations. " 111, small at first, grow larger from delay, And slowly eat their sad and cankering way; Thus by successive throes, the frame is torn, Till health and peace of mind alike are gone." The nerves of the human body?those necessary and mysterious agents wlitch immediately connect man with external nature?are singularly prone to have their functions disordered by an oppressed condition of the. stomach; the minute termination of that por tion of the nerves expanded upon the organs of diges tion conveying the morbid impression to the Brain.? And although the Head can, undoubtedly, like other organs, be the seat of primary disorder, yet, in the great majority of cases, the uneasy sensations there experienced are symptomatic of disordered stomach; and, further, there is abundant evidence to prove that crudities in the stomach and bowels can, in every grade ol human existence, give rise to spasmodic ac tion in every organ of the body; and whether we sur vey it in the agonizing form of the Tic Doloreaux? '.he alarming convulsions of the Epilectic seizure?or in the irritable condition of the nerves of the heart iCcasioning nervous palpitation?they can all fre quently be traced to the source above mentioned, and be cured by mild evacuant and tonic remedies. I'o relieve a state of so much suffering and distress 'in which body and mind also participate) BRAN DRE 1 H'S PILLS are confidently recommended ; as, by combining aromatic tonic and cleaning properties! they remove all oppressive accumulations, strengthen the stomach, induce a healthy appetite, and impart tranquility to the nervous sy stem ; and in fact, by their general purifying power "upon the blood, exert a most beneficial influence in all cases of disease.? Read the follow 'ing : DYSPEPSIA CURED. Bennington, Vt. Dec. 5th, 1843. Dear Sir:?I wish to add my testimony to the host ol others that you have in favor of your valuable pills. In the yea.i 1838, I was attacked with that disagree able complaint the Dyspepsia, which so affected liic that I could not take a particle of food, without the most unpleasant and uncomfortable sensations in my j chest, head and bowels. My chest was so sore that I could not bear the slightest pressure without giving me pain. My health was most miserable; many physicians told nie they thought I was in the consump tion, and that if I did not give up my business, and change climate, 1 could live but a short time. I fried every thing in the shape of medicine, and consulted the most skilful physicians, but found no permanent relief. I became discouraged, gloomy, sad, and sick of life ; and, probably, ere this, should have been in my grave, had 1 not fell in with your precious medicine. A friend of mine, who had been sick of the same complaint, advised mu to try your pills; but having tried mo3t other medicines without obtaining any relief, had but little faith that your pills would be ol benefit to me ; but, at his earnest solici tation, I procured a box and commcnced takimr them. b I he first box produced little or no effect, and I be gan to despond, for fear that your medicine would prove like others 1 have taken ; but my friends argued that one was not a fair trial, and 1 purchased a sec ond, and before I had taken the whole box I began to experience a change! the pain in my chest began to be less painful, and my food did not distress me so much as formerly. | went on taking them until I had taken six boxes, and my Dyspepsia was k'oxf,, and my ex pectation of an early death vanished, and I felt like a " new creature." I was then, and am now a healthy man. J have never since been troubled with the Uyspepsia. I have administered your pills to the members of my family, and to my friends, and in all cases with good success. You can publish this if it will be of any use to you. I am, dearsir, truly yours, J. I COoK, Publisher of the State Banner. Dr. Hrandreth's Principal Office, 211 Broadway, New York. 1 J' Sold by R. FARNHAM, Washington, and by one Agent in every city and town in the United Stales. fC?" Sec Agents'certificates. mar 18?6m Till. LMI'UOl /;.)//?;. VTS I.Y AG RICIJ LTIJR E, ARTS, SfC., OF THE UNITED STATES, A S set forth luminously and at length in the Re Ix port of Hon. W. H. Ellsworth, Commissioner of Patents, forms No. 2. of the Tribune's series. It is one of the most valuable and instructive documents ever published, and should be in the hands of every man in the Union. I o the above work is also added a valuable Trea tise on Raising Swine, and the best method of Fat tening Pork, witn a plan for building Styes. Also, a treatise of great valu>', entitled GEOLOGY, as con nected with Agriculture. The price for the whole is 25 cents, by the single copy?$1 for five copies. Just received and for sale at the Stationery store of R. FARNHAM, n?ay!3 Corner of 11th St. and Penn. avenue. SANDS'S SARSAPARILLA. FOR THE REMOVAL AND PERMANENT CURE OF ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM AN IMPURE STATE OF THE BLOOD, OR HABIT OF THE SYSTEM, NAMELY: Scrofula, or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cuta 11 noun Eruptions, Pimples, or Pustules on the Face, Blotches, BHes, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Telia", Scald Head, Enlargement and Pain nf the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Symp toms, Sciatica, or Lumbago, and Diseases arising from an injudicious use qf Mercury, Ascites, or Dropsy, Ex posure or imprudence in life. Also, Chronic Constitu tional Disorders will be removed by this preparation. rpO promote the health of the body and increase X the tranquillity of the mind, are among the most important objects for which man lives, and for which the sages of antiquity labored with incessant and unremitting toil. The constitution of man was their study, in order to discover the seat of his mala dies, and source of all his corporeal misery. To al leviat: the drooping spirits, to inspire confidence to the de-ponding nrind, and ease the sorrowed heart, all the arts and arguments of their philosophy and powers of reason were turned. Among the varied branches of worldly learning, there can be none equal in imp stance to that of the Healing Art, for the soul in a diseased body may be aptly compared to the martyr in his dungeon, which retains its real value, but has lost its usefulness. Many or mo3t dis eases have their origin in an impure or impoverished state of the blood, and this being a fluid sui generis, extending to the most minute ramifications of the system, the subtle poison is infused, and the seed being sown brings forth fruit in abundance ; in one instance, causing a swelling of the glands, resulting in Scrofula or King's Evil?in another, ossification of the arteries, or turning them into bone; also, rheu matism, and disease of the heart, cutaneous erup tions, diseases of the liver, and a variety of other maladies, which soon hurry their victim to the grave. Sands's Sarsaparilla, a purely vegetable medicine, which is the result of yeara of labor and chemical research, in bringing it to its present state of perfec tion, will arrest, and, if timely administered, per fectly cure these diseases, by purify ing the vital fluid, regenerating the constitution, dispelling diseased action, giving tone to the general energies of the sys tem, and enabling the blood to course on freely, and bringing with it health and renewed vigor. The following are extracts from letters recently received, ani specimens of those coming to hand daily: Gallatin, Tenn., Feb. 27, 1844 Messrs. Jl. B. 8f D. Sands?. Gentlemen : 1 have just received a letter from my father in Russellville, Ky., who wishes to purchase some of your Sarsaparilla. I have no doubt he can be the means of selling a great deal, as it has per formed a wonderful cure in his family. Last De cember I was sent for to see my sister before she died, she having been in poor health for some two or three years, and at the time I went over to see her, she was at the point of death with the scarlet fever and a cancerous affection of the bowels, from which her physician thought she could not possibly recover. 1 carried over with me a bottle of your Sarsaparilla, and with the consent of her physician, she com menced taking it that night I remained with her three days, and left her rapidly improving. Her husband sent a boy home with me for more of the Sarsaparilla. I sent one dozen bottles, which I be lieve will effect an entire cure. My father writes me to that effect, and wishes through me to procure an agency for selling your valuable medicine in that neighborhood. Respectfully, J. M. OWENS. New York, Dec. 1, 1843. Messrs. Sanils? Gentlemen: Parental feelings rnduce us to make the following statement of facts in relation to the important cure of our little daughter, wholly efFected by the use of Sands's Sarsaparilla. For nearly three years she was afflicted with a most inveterate erup tion on the body, which at times was so bad, connect ed with internal disease, that we despaired of her life. The complaint commenced in the roots of the hair, and gradually spread until the whole head was eveloped, and then it attacked the ears, and ran down the neck, and continuing to increase, until it covered the most of the body. It commenced with a small pimple or pustule, from which water at first dis charged; this produced great itching and burning; then matter or pus formed, the skin cracked and bled, and the pus discharged freely. The sufferings of the child were so great as almost wholly to pre vent natural rest, and the odor from the discharges so offensive, as to make it difficult to pay that partic ular attention the nature of the case required. The disease was callcd Scald Head and general Salt Rheum. We tried various remedies, with little ben efit, and considered her case almost beyond the reach of medicine; but from the known virtue of your Sarsaparilla, we were induced to give it a trial. Before the first bottle was all used, we perccived an improvement in the appearance of the eruption ; but the change was so rapid for the better, that wc could scarcely give credence to the evidence of our own eyes. We continued its use for a few weeks, and the result is a perfect cure. To parents wc would say?If you have children sufleiing with any disease of the skin, use Sands's Sarsaparilla. With feelings of gratitude and respect, we are yours, &c. ELIHU & SARAH SOUTHMAYD, No. 95 Madison street. Elizaiiethtowv, N. J-, Dec. 2, 1843. Messrs. Hands?Gentlemen; It is will) heartfelt gratitude for jour kindness to mcthat I make a pub lic acknowledgment of the benefit 1 have received from your Sarsaparilla. I have been for many years afflicted with a cancer in the breast, and for four years it was, as I thought, incurable; it spread very fast, so that it had neat ly covcred the whole brea.U, and for many weeks I was so reduced with the loss of blood and the pain of the wound, that I was un able to turn myself in bed and my sufferings during the whole .winter were more than I can tell. With the advicc of my friends, I called two of the most eminent physicians of the place, who recommended your preparation of Sarsaparilla, knowing of nothing that would be as likely to help me; which advice 1 readily received, and before 1 had taken one bottle, I found a change in my feelings which induced me to lake more, and when I had taken the third bottle, 1 was like another person both in health and strength. I buvt, taken your preparation since last March, and although the wound is not entirely healed, it is in a very favorable state, and 1 believe it will be the means, ultimately, of my entire cure; and that the afflicted may all find the relief which it alone can give, is the wish of their and your friend, EUNICE WOODRUFF. For further particulars and conclusive evidence of its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which may be obtained of agents gratis. I'repured and sold wholesale and retail by A. B. & D. SANDS, Wholesale Druggists, Fulton street, New York. Agents in Washington city?ROBERT FAR1V HAM, Bookseller, Pennsylvania avenue, corner llth street; and R. S. PATTERSON, Druggist, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street In Georgetown?O. M. LINTIIICUM. In Alexandria?WM. STABLER & CO. In Baltimore?Dr. J. A. REKD. Sold, also, by Druggists, generally, throughout the United Slates. Price, #1 per bottle?six bottles for $5. The public are respectfully requested to re member that it is Sands's Sarsaparilla that has and is constantly achieving such remarkable cures of the most difficult class of diseases to which the human frame is subject: and ask for Sands's Sarsaparilla, and take no other. ap3? TJALDNK88.?BALM OF COLUMBIA, ror the ?L* hair, which will stop it if falling out, or restore it on bald placets; and on children make it grow rap idly, or on those who have lost their hair from any cause. ALL VERMIN that infest the heads of children in schools, are prevented or killed by it at once. Find the name of COMSTOCK Co. on it, or never try It. Keinember this always. RHEUMATISM AND LAMENESS positively cured, and all shrivelled muscles and limbs are re stored, in the old or young, by the Indian Vegetable Li ixik and Nerve and Hone Liniment?but never without (he name of Comstock & Co. onil. I ILLS, &c., ale wholly prevented, op governed ii the attack has come on, if you use the only true Hat's Liniment, from Comstock & Co. ALL SORES and every thing relieved by it that admits of an outward application. It acts like a charm. Use it. HORSES that have Ring-Bone, Spavin, Wind Galls, &c., are cured by Rook's Specific and FOUNDERED horses entirely cured by Roof's Foun der Ointment. Mark this, all horsemen. MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR SALVE.?The most extraordinary remedy ever invented for all new orolrl^BURNS AND SCALDS, and sores, and sore EYES. It has delighted thousands. It will take out all pain in ten minutes, and no failure. It will cure the PILES. Dr. SPOHN'S ELIXIR OF HEALTH, for the certain prevention of FEVERS or any general sick ness ; keeping the stomach in most perfect order, the bowels regular, and a determination to the surface. COLDS, COUGHS, pains in the bones, and DROP SY are quickly cured by it- Know this bv trying. CORNS.?'I he French Plaster is a sure cure. EAST INDIA HAIxl D3TE Colors the hair any shade you wish, but will not col or the skin. pvSrSAR!1'A^COMSTOCK'S COMP< )UND ... 1 ??' 's no other preparation of Sar sapanlla that can exceed or equal this. If yOU are sure to get Comstock'rjou will find it superior to all others. It does not require pulling-. Dr. LIN'S CkLESTIAL BALM OF CHINA. A positive cure for the piles, and all external ailiiics ?all internal irritations brought to the surface by lriction with this Balm ;?so in coughs, swelled or sore throat, tightness of the chest, this Balm applied on a flannel will relieve and cure at once. Fresh wounds or old sores are rapidly cured by it. DEAFNESS. Dr. McNAIR'S ACOUSTIC OIL.-Those deaf Irora mlancy often receive, in a most miraculous manner, their hearing when they least expect it by some trifling accident or event, which shows them how easily they might have much sooner had their hearing, and saved themselves and their friends the pain of conversing in a loud tone, without pleasure or of being neglected and shunned, to avoid that dis tress which is felt mutually by the deaf person and his hearers. How sacred a duty, therefore, it is that we use all necessary means to remove such an affliction, and enjoy the social qualities implanted in our natures! This EAR OIL has the eflect so to re lieve the tension, and bring into us the natural action of the parts, so as to restore the hearing when lost or impaired. This is proved by so many and well-known cases, that, where known, it needs 110 praise The great wish of the proprietor is, that each may speak to others of its uncommon virtues, till sufferers may know, and be relieved and restored by its use. This will be done in all cases of recent DEAFNESS and many of long standing. ALL DEAF PERSONS n?'a p^eJ'l!s <?il! 11 Wl11 rel'?ve at once, or, if UHjAb NE&S is just commencing, will remove the cause and check its progress. Those who have been long deaf should continue its application a few weeks u1 j Each flask has ful1 directions for use attached to it. AVOID ANY IMITATIONS. The true may be known by my signature on the tlask; I he copyright secured as follows : " Entered according to Act of Congress, A. D 1841 by Comstock & Co., in the Clerk's Office of the Dis trict Conrt of the United States for the Southern District of New York." ooatnern to all the world who use leather in any form. OIL OF TANNIN, OR LEATHER RESTORER. A NEW CHEMICAL DISCOVERY Most people know that skins an; hides arc convert ed into leather by the use of Tannin extracted from certain barks, &c. When the force and strength of the Tannin is worn out, leather becomes dead, hard dry, brittle, cracked covered wi ha crust, &c. Tins all know. Tore stoic, then, life, softness, moistness, strength, smooth ness, and ramove all crust, fly, or blister?restore the tannin. This substance the leather never can receive the second time; but the whole virtues of it arc in this article, the OIL OF TANNIN?which pene trates the stiflesl and hardest leather, if it has been twenty years ,n use; and if it tears easily with the fingers, it imparts at once a strength that is utterly incredible until seen. It becomes like new leather and nirfk?CCM'iW1,t,h " deli?htfM1 softness and polish,' and makes all leather completely and perfectly im pervious to water?-particularly boots, shoos, carri age-tops harness, hose, trunks, and in fact all things made of leather, giving a splendid polish, even hiKh er than new leather has, and at least doubling its weai and durability, 111 whatever manner the leather is used. THESE ARE FACTS. Those who will may wear old shoes, groan with corns, tide with old carnage-tops?have old harness and throw them aWi.y half used-look filthy them selves and all about them?expend double what is liecossary lor articles of leather to thoir hearts' con st,fL tr|,Wv HWe (C,arC' ,f l,U3ir Indices are so strong, they will oot try a new discovery. We have no favors to ask ot them, they are the greatest sufferers and we beg for nobody's custom or patronage. Now,' gentlemen, please yourselves. n.^MnT00SeSWilh "le f"c For sale by CHARLES STOTT, jan at)? JDr^ist. Pcnn. Av., Washington. MUSIC?, MUSIC, MUSIC!?GARRET ANDER SON, agent of Atwill's Music Repertory, New York, lias just received a large assortment of Atwill's most popular music. G. A. will be constantly in the recciptof the latest publications, and will be happy to receive orders for Music published at any other establishment in the country. He respectfully solicits strangers visiting the city and the citizens generally to call and examine his collection, which will be sold at. the New York prices. Between 11th and 12th str'ts, Pennsylvania avenue. ATTERSTON'S NEW GUIDE TO WASH VY 1NG'PON.?To strangers visiting this city, who are frequently at a loss for some guide to direct them to the prominent objects of curiosity and inlcrest which it contains, this little volume will he of great use. It has been found to be so by all who have con sulted it. For sale at R. FARNHAM'S Bookstore, corner of 1 Ith street and Pennsylvania avenue, where can also be had a few copies of the last edition of Mr. Watterston's Gallery of American Portraits, contain ing sketches of the most distinguished statesmen and orators of this country for the last thirty years, dec 1? Lives of the presidents of the u. s., with biographical notices of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, sketches of most re markable events in the history of the country; by R. W. Lincoln. Embellished with a portrait of each of the Presidents, and forty-five engravings. g sale at the hook store of Wi.nov 6? R. FAfiNHAM.