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THE PRINCE OF THE* HOUSE
OF DAVID!
THE PRINCE OF THE HOUSE
OF DAVID!
' r HE PRINCE OF THE HOUSE
OF DAVID!
By the Rev. J. II. Ingram,
A new anrl revised edition, with
the author's latest corrections. One
volume, 12mo., cloth, 472 pa»es.
Price §1.25.
Published by Geo. G. EVANS,
No. 439 Chesnut street, Philadel
phia.
Lt.. ».
Sn* jFufflt außi Datofö'a
II0C
Aliterai translation in German of the
PRINCE OF THE HOUSE OF
DAVID.
One volume, 12mo., cloth, 475 pages.
Price §1.Q0.
GEORGE G. F VAN8,
No. 439 Chestuut street Philadel
phia -
THE PILLA A OF FIRE!
or, ISRAELIN BONDAGE.
By the Rev. J. H. INGRAM, LL. D
On« volume, 12mo., cloth, G00
pages. Price §1.25.
Published by GEORGE G. EVANS,
No. 439 Chestnut street Philadel
phia.
RECOÆDA OF THE
RENOLUTIONARY WAR:
Containing the military and finan
cial correspondence of distinguished
officers: general orders of Washing
ton, Lea and Green, names of tho
officers and privates, with tho dates
of their eommissions and enlistments,
with a list of distinguished prisoners
of war; the time of their capture,
exchange, ect.; to which is added the
half-pay acts of the Continental
Congress; the revolutionary pension
laws; and a list of the officers of the
continental army, who acquired the
right to half-pay, communication,
land warrants, etc., ate.
By W. T. R. SAFFELL,
councellor and agent for revolutiona
ryclaims. One volume, 12mo, 554
pages. Price §l - 25.
T. S. ARTHUR'A POPULAR
BOOKS.
True Riches. Home Acenes. Golden
Grains. The Martyr Wife. Sparing
to Apond, Tales of Real Life. The
Old Man's Bride.
The Withered Heart.
77ie Way to Pros
Thtas of
Ateps towards He aven.
What can Woman do? 7ales of do
mestic Life. Good Time Coining.
Angel and the Denton. Three Eras in
Woman's Life. Ten Nights in a Bar
Room, Angelfff the Household. The
Hand but not the Heart. Heart Histo
ries and Life Pictures. The Trials of
a Housekeeper. Leaves from the Book
of Human Life.
per.
Married Life.
"In the union of thrilling dramatic
incidents, with moral lessons of the
highest importance, these works of T.
A. Arthur stand forth pre-eminent a
mongst authors."
"They have been introduced into the
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other Libraries throughout the coun
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with finely executed Mezzotint engra
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TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH.
MEMOIRS OF
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FRESTIDIGITEUK,
Author, Magician, Aftist Sorcerer,
Wizard, Necromancer, Conjurer,
Enchantor, Ambassador, Escamo
teur, Professor of Sleight of Hand,
etc, etc, etc.
Written by himsolf, edited by
Dr. R. SHELTON MACKENZIE,
With a copious index, carefully ar
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Life of Gen. Samuel Houston. Lives
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Public and Private Life of Daniel
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Of all ages and nations, including
the Empress Josephine, Lady Jane
Grey, Boatrice Cenci, Joan of Arc,
Anne Bolcyn, Charlotte Corduy,
Serairatnis, Zeuobia, Boadiose, etc.
Edited by MARY E. IIEWITT,
embellished with finely engraved po
traits on steel.
Ono volume 12mo.,
cloth, 836 pages. Price §1.25.
LECTURES FOR THE PEOPLE,
By the Rev. Hugh Stowell Brown,
of the Myrtle street Baptist Chapel,
Liverpool, Englan 1. First series.
With à biographical introduction by
Dr. R. Suri, ton Mackenzie.
Published under a special arrange
ment with the author.
12rao., cloth, 414 pages. Price $L
Upon remittance of tho price of
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for books to I
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a
GEORGE G. EVANS,
Publisher, and oiiginator of thej
Gift Book business,
No. 439 Chesnut St. Philadelphia, !
And you will In' mtixfieri that it is
the best place in the country to pur
chase books.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO AGENTS.
G. G. Evans, having purchased
tin stereotype plates, copyrights,
etc - , of the "Prince of the House of
David," Pillar of Fire," etc., would
call the attention of agents to these
truly valuable Works.
The "Prince of the Ilouäe of Da
vid," is one of the most popular and
best selling books over published.
Over 180,000 copies have been sold,
and it bids fair to outrival the ''Pil
grim's Progress," or any other simi
lar work.
The "Pillar of Fire," by the same
author, is now meeting with a rrpid
sale, over 90,000 copies have beon
sold since its publication, and as a
companion to the "Princo of the
House of David," every reader of
that book should purchase a copy.
The Records of the Revolutionary
War," is a book of groat interest and
gives a vast amount of information
relative to the soldiers of the Revo
lution, and is an invaluable book of
rcferonco for tlio decehdants of its
heroes and all who are interested in
Pension Claims, Eand Warrants,
etc., etc.
Th" most Liberal Inducements
are offered to Agents, and upon ad
dressing the publisher every infor
mation will be given.
Send for a catalogue. Address,
GEORGE G. EVANS, Publisher,
439 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
Pa.
No 51.—Sw.
Georgetown , Del.
Is now prbpdVed to clothe the naked,
feed the hupgry, and administer to the
wants of every person in this commit
nllv
.
He has the best assortment of Goods
ever offered for sale in this county, at
prices to suit the limes, such as black,
blue, brown, olive, and dahlia Cloths,
for dress and frock Coats; black, blue
and brown Beaver Cloths lor Over
Coats; Cassimeresof various styles and
patterns for Pants; plain, black and fan
cy Grenadines; fancy Cashmeres; plain
and fancy Velvets and Ailks, of
description, for Vests; all of which
he made in the neatest style at short
tice.
every
can
no
Groccries,
Consisting of Coffee, Essence of Coffee,
Chocolate, Tea, Sugar, Molasses,
Flour, Buckwheat, Butter, Cheese, So
da ami water Crackers, Soap, Fluid,
Candles, Salt, Pepper, Mustard, Soda,
Rice, Nutmegs, &c., also Powder, Shot
and Gun Caps.
Fancy and plain Candies, Foreign
Fruits, Cakes, Nuts, Fire Crackers,
Torpedoes, and every kind ol Fancy
Goods fur Christmas and New Year's
presents.
r . PERFUJOY.
Every variety ol Fancy Soaps, Ex
tracts, Colognes, Bay Rum. Hair Dye,
Whisker Grower, Hair Tonic, and
every article to complete the Toilet.
Tobacco, Snuff, Segars and Pipes,
Shoe Blacking a superior article.
FAMILY MEDICINES,
All of Dr. I). J ay lie's, Ayer's, WrightV,
Rowand's, Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
ai.d a choice lot of Drugs, Essences,
&e., from the celebrated Drug Store of
E. Bringhurst. In fact Barker has a
halm for every wound, a cure for every
ill. Call and see him; he will do yon
good, and give you the worth of your
money.
No. 45—tf.
A Saving.—D r. Smith & Bro.
are now prepared to change fluid
lamps to bitra, Kaisern c Oil.
to
The new and large stock of Goods
just received, and which arc selling
very fust, at the cheap storp of
P. 0. JONES ,?• 00.
by
of
for
50
of ,, . , , ,
, ay , '°und a large and veil
of *® cto, '<Jf Pure Drugs, Modi
I cln V'* , ani Chemicals, together with a
! I? ncd > ws . 0 ?ment of Perfumery,
I ' Article.*, 1 lauo Music, Musi
cal Merchandise and musical Instr
I ments ' f s Violins, ac from 75
I ctä- t0 "19; Accordéons, Lillies, Fla
geolets, Fifes, Banjos, Tamburine»,
Tune Forks, &o. &e.
My stock of Perfumery is very
large, consisting of Extracts for the ,
handkerchief, of over 50 kin<ls and !
stylos, at from 0 cts. to §1 50
j
I
j
!
j
Toilet Powders, Meen Fun nndi5f
Meen Fun Balls, a new and fine ar
tide for a lady's toilet; Vinegar !
lloguo and Iloguo Balls.
Soaps of every kind and variety, j
Camphor and Elyerino Soap, to pre- '
vent hands from chopping. j
Ladies' Cabas and travelling Bags, i
Port Folios, from 50 cts. to §3 each, j
Ladies' and gentlemen's Port
Monnaies and Pocket Books.
Tooth, hair, hat, cloth, crumb,
nail, infant, lather, and other Brush
Buffalo, India rubber and born
tuck, side, puff, bopnott, pocket,
dressing and other Combs.
Diaries for I860, Ledger, Memo
random and other blank Books.
Fancy and plain Letter Paper and
Envelopes, cap, drawing, and tissue j
Paper j
Pocket Knives, Razors, and Razor i
I
PARTICUL AR ATTENTION I
is called to my sunolior article of " '
/ l«mr arnue w ,
i - i r , , ,
nluc-h for cheapness and brilliancy ,
of light surpasses every other ilium
inator yet discovered. There is no !
more danger in using it than the !
common whale oil. I have a wood
supply of coal oil and fluid Lamps, i
Shades, &c. Fluid lamps altcrml to
b 7 "»• " » ..'.»»Litej,,!" I
1 ure bpices always on hand, and ,
any article in tho above line. I
AT FOULK'S
DRUG, PERFUEERY, MUSIC
AND VARIETY STORE,
East side Walnut St., 3 doors be
low Parvis' Hotel,
MILFORD, DEL,,
a
sc
ii
thej
!
is
per !
bottle; also Toilet and Cologne Wa
ters.
of
a
of
of
eg.
St rops.
ß 0 A l OIL'
, ; ..- - j
ihe-best Segars m town are to he 11
n , - ,
Orders by mail or otherwise, |
had at my store.
,
promptly attended to. j
Persons ordering goods by mail !.
will please state the price, and I will i
send I hem as good au article for tho :
.. I I i , 1110
money as can bo had anywhere. j
^Country stores supphed with
Oils, Essences, j - c., at the lowest j
5 t A non V- -p, ITr T , ;
44—tf. JACOB FOLLIv. :
- ! <!
j
T . ... ,
I he subscribers would announce to I
the public, that their Mill at |
. . MIDDLEFORD, [
13 in excellent order, and is prepared to 1
grind wheat, eorn, buckwheat, in the :
best order, at short notice.
They keep nn hand and for sale, aj
good supply of Flour of the best quality J
They would inform the citizens
of Georgetown and vicinity, that they !
will continue to supply them, every }
Tuesday, with superior home made j
îR'Uïlî?' SL 'P er ' Jr BUCK- , to
WIIEA T F LOUR.
j or
I
M ILLS N G .
J. <$• J. M. RAWLINS.
No. 15—tf.
sj
a
§150 REWARD.
Ran away from the subscriber in
Berlin, Md., on the 28th inst., a negro
boy, hv the name op Henry, about 5 ft.
high, of very dark complexion,
sighted, and very slim built. He had
when he left, long boots, and a large
gray coat. The above reward will he
given if taken out of the state, after this
date; and $150 if taken in the state, and
returned to me.
52—4t.
near
on
,
ot
the
the
SAM'L MASSE if.
SHINGLES! SHINGLES!!
The subscribers would announce
to the public, that they bave for
sale, at Phillips' Hill, in Dagsbc
rough Hundred, a large lot of extra
hard and soft Cedar Shingles, which
they sell cheap. Thoso in want of
shingles will do well to give them a
call.
will
Layton & Otwbll.
No ML
DELAWARE, FRENCIITOWN k
NEW CASTLE AND WILMING
. TON RAILROAD.
a
,
!
BUS
. - ~~ **t j
Trains for tho accommodation of
passengers will run as follows:
Leave
j Laurel,
I Seaford,
Bridgeville,
Greenwood,
Farmington,
Milford,
Harrington,
Felton,
Cantcbury,
Camden,
Dover,
Meareton,
Smyrna,
j Tojn^fiad,
! Midillet^r
Mont. Pleasant,
St. George's,
Bear,
New Castle,
Ar. Wilmington,
Philadelphia,
Baltimore**
Leave Philadelphia,
j Baltimore,*
Wilmington,
New Castle,
nndi5f tt S?
V r ' 3
! îï???* p le *" nt
Middletown
j 4c,wscn d
' ^J nyi ' na
j M°™£ton
i Jj ovc *'
j ° am,1 ? n
L7" U 'W
I 1 olton
" an » n fS t "n.
, ' at M'lfo] d
-Leave Farmington
" r, "S c J' l !* c
oeatorrl
*/, iurcl , . . ,
1 a * 3c "g ers °y evening trains be
twe f 1 fca,u,n,> !'° l . ln ,' 1 Ra 'l-1
j ro ^ caa s b en< ' " »Jniington i
j : \ IH P roCee ^ next ( ' 5 ' j g* v i°g r '°- |
i ,lue t0 tlic onll Juctor, and procuring
I stop-over check. I
Bjfh trains going North make !
I *1°** *"'«n«clion tor New York-. |
' • 1 'L.Q. SEWALL, Jr.
, a t n , » „
_ * '
GROCERS CURED.
Bv JAMES REDDEN.
'it,,.,,. .1 *o
, K^ihe following certificate;
'.° illi those persons afllicted will
! l,am:ers cancerous tumors, I wool i
! ?!'' !S0 l| iem to go immediately to
. : " ni-X I,6< 1 , at Redden s Jross Roach !
i \ us,, ' e ^ cou,ll y, lour miles this su t ,
"i °V \ T 7°
I w S™ I
, eaneer on my face for six years' stand-1
I ms, which be killed in a a few minutes- I
lia
A M 1» v
C \ r o' jn
J ,
„ 4 0,i
1 4 20
7 35 5 35 1
8 00 4 45 j
7 50 4 25 j
8 15 4 00
8 30 5 15
8 85 5 20 I
8 50 5 35 i
() j.,- j-A j
^
9 15 6 0o!
9 25 G 20
9 45 G 45
10 00 7 05
10 10 7 15
10 25
10 35 9 35
n,
a
7 25
10
8 00
11 15 8 20
12 40 10 00
3 35
4 00
8 15 4 30
10 15 5 25
0 35 G 05
10 00 G 20
10 10 G 45
10 25 7 00
19 35 7 15
10 55 7 80
11 05 7 45
11 25 8 05
11 35 8 20
11 55 8 40
12 04 8 45
12 15 0 00
12 20 9 10
12 40 9 30 I
1 00 9 55 !
12 55 9 40
1 15 9 59
10 05
2 05 10 80 !
2 30 10 45 !
!
1 85
j mg, which lie killed in a a few minutes- |
11 had previously taken the'advice o I
Pl, 'h ,e "t physicians, some »d
| f others to |
._
j et it alone, it would never bu die cause
!. i ny 1 • * l was VPI T trsublesome
i >ma ° me ® lfiat V ,l0as J ness .?^ m ' lu '
: ; , aS w°i mB i 1 a j e .1 entH ' l 7' 1
while m Wilmington, heard that Mr.
j Redden could cure them. I came home '
jicvd immediately fixed up and went
j down; lie operated on it. I came home i and
; !,n p thr . e< ;, wu f? ealne , 0l,t "root ;
: 11,1(1 branch, and in six weeks it was , 6Bt
! <! - ntlrely ,'L e11 ' *. nd ,as , romamed so for
j six months. I publish this certificate !
, for no earthly interest only for the sake ;
I of suffering humanity. j pi,
| THOMA A MA RIM.
[ Appoquinimink lid., N. Castle Co: |
1 6—9m. Delaware
:
rm.c - „ „ T . _
f '° , , m of 1 ' Jones Son is
dissovc l by njutual consent. The
! business wi{l hokeltled by Wm. F.
} Jones, wbovil'ufthorizeil to close
j the old aoeomqs. Persons indebted
, to said firm aro requested to come
forward and make settlement
before the first day of January next, j
j or the accounts will he placed in the !
I hands of an officer for collection.
P. C. JONES k SON.
NOTICE.
up
oil or
I a
! one
XT T , „„ , , at
N. JL Flic business will beconiin- jeer
ued at the old stand, by P. C. Joues I
sj - Co., who are thankful to the old
customers of the late firm for their
liberal patronage, and would solicit
a continuance of the same.
44—3m. #
dors
town,
No.
, ,
The subscriber is prepared to fill or- ! the
Tinsic MtTTBiKUFC i D °
,- MAP TRASSES
ot any dimension, with or without ! fi„n;„
hmire. ; ^o*
The cheapest mattresses in use. To blnds
the trade and hotels, a liberal discount *
}
Mattrasses delivered at ary point on turned
the Del. Railroad. Apply to j tho
P. F. CAUAEY,Jr. earned.
Milford, Del.
A fine Spring & Summer Bed.
■•in
will be made.
k 11859.
1859.
MIX HORSE POWERS.
A NEW THRESHING MACHINE
GEORGE S GR1ER1
j
of
'l-1 PATENTED 1858.
i I warrant this Great Fan to clean any
'°- | kind of gram or seed, with less trouble
ami easier on the operator, than the best
I Fan of you: knowledge, for$25. They
! are 2 1 inches in width; five Kiddles 20
| by 34inches, and they have an easy
«*d -motio«. Other fans have a side
motion. In this fan the bottom of the
hopper shakes and feeds itself if desired,
!>lul the wind is So conveyed upward
that , ' hc chaff uever s , trikcs ,l10 "ddle,
*o they will clean wheat or other erain
without a riddle if desired, and take out
the cheat, cockel and smut
i „ell them as a better Fan than any
other pattern, and if they are not I ré
! fund the money. They wil chaffs
t , bushels of wheat per minute. They
,ül,k tbo Prom.tmim Delaware, Penn
I äjiÜÄ K
0VRr «.tlier». '
I Price 825.
Ugrcc)RN SMELLERS for horse
power, warranted to shell with ease 100
MILFORD, DEL.
They work well with any number el
v korses from 4 to 8, and are warranted
jn not to break by 8 ho-rses; the only
chine (hat is warranted not to break.
0,i Description: —The main wheel docs
20 not turn, hut stands stationary, with a
35 1 double row of cogs, and 6 wheels ge:
45 j ing directly into it, with 15 cogs al
25 j bearing equal strain; there ate 10 wheels
00 in ,ke machine, 5 of them run with
15 tbeir hubs *'> cups.
20 I ^ warrant the machines to do good
35 i work witb 4 horses; and tlrey are so
j-A j constructed that they cannot be broken
by threshing out wheat, rve, oats or
0o! corn .
20
45
05
15
35
ma
'1
PRICE, from 850 to $105 for Hoo6e
Powers.
THRESHERS ALL IRON!
1 have Threshers which I warrant to
thresh and fan 00 bushels of wheat
hour, ready for market. Price $100.
Also Threshers with or without seper
ators with -20, 25, and 30 inch cylin
der, either close or open, of Iron, with
the the teeth all put in with screw and
a nut on each tooth, so that they cannot
fiy out. I warrant them to thresh clean
and cut no grain, and give satisfaction
to the purchaser. Price from 25 to $00.
fWBELTING-ofall widths,
25
per
00
20
00
00
30
25
05
20
45
00
15
80
45
05
20
40
45
00
10
30 I (fa
55 ! US
40 IliM
59
05
80 !
45 !
war
ranted not to stretch, and perfectly
straight, with only one joint, and any
length required; the heat of the sun nor
the rain does not effect it. It is more
durable than leather at a less price.
CLIMAX GRAIN FAN
i
> y»
- -T r.TC i;
- -V .
r
a
V,.
is .'''«frir.
*:
HMj
'
4'iV;
fie.
mm
f -.i
Therefore
a
of
PEACH
out
T R E E S
$1
by
|
I
uncu m mm wun ease luu
| b,,,hels per hour, seperating the eorn
sizes and different
Hand Ahellers, single and
r „
from the cobs,3 si;
patterns. Hand Alii
' double, the very best.
1 Heavy 311,1 light machinery, of any
kind made md reriai™,1
' alrc£dn«tTnuv kind for ...
Emanes. Âw or-ÎSÎ Mills Gearing
i and shafting, Spindles, Gudgeon? bored
; and fitted ready for use. f have a full
, 6Bt of Patterns, and Castings, always on
'hand for repairing Horse Powers.'
! work warranted.
; Oven and Spider Lids and stove
j pi, aes •i. vav . nn |,„ n ,i
' rFO ' s rR i Fn
| Iron Founder and Machines! Milord
Del. ' '
j
!
All
9
r
lTHUin <9£l!LEa
I lie subscriber begs lpr/ve (o
inform the public, and peach
growers in general, that lie has
Pi J

I a choice selection of nursery trees of
! one year's growth, from the hud, for sale
, at hi» nursery, near Ilightstown, Mer
jeer Co., N. J., which will be sold at a
I reasonable price,
ENOÇI4 A. ELY.
Applicants will please leave their ■:;
dors with Col. G. II. Wright, George
town, Sussex Co., Del.
No. 2—2ms.
ni ■
ÏeÏÂ e r ea ' ll î at A by T/"* ° f f Ma
a« 1 of tho General Assembly of hi s
the State of Delaware, passed at
D ° Ver ' Feb 1 7th A- D- 1859- "«tho
nzingJohnP. West and Elias S
fi„n;„ 0 i„„ , . . -
^o* 1108 to locate certain vacant
blnds * n Broad Creek Hundred,
* 5ussex > that said lands have been
surveyed and a plot of the
turned into the Recorder's office for
tho information of all
earned.
NOTICE.
■•in
thing
Over
all
for
same ro
persons con
Joiin P. Wm.
No. 3—lm.
tree;
THE
Mighty Heater!
WORLD KNOWN AND WORLD
TRIED.
20
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HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
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The free admissions of all No'r.iu,
as well as the verdict of the leading
Hospitals of the Old as well as the New
World, stamp this powerful remedial
Agent as the grealest healing prepara
tion ever made known to suffering
Its penetrative qualities are more than
marvelous, through the external orifi
ces of the skin, in visible to the naked
eye, it reaches the seat of the internal
disease; and in all external affections its
anti-inllamatory and healing virtues
pass anything else on record, and is
Nature'e great ally. »
man
to
and
per
mm -
ERYSIPELAS AND S\1T
RHEUM
Are two of the most common and viru
lent disorders prevalent on this conti
nent, to these the Ointment is especi
ally antagonistic, its "modus operandi"
is first to eradicate the venom and then
complete the cure.
any
nor
BAD LEGS, OLD SOKE A, AND
ULCERS.
Cases of many yeais standing that
hare pertinaciously refused to yield
any other remedy or treatment, have in
variably succumbed to a few applica
tions of this powerful unguent.
ERUPTIONS ON THE SKI.V.
Arising from a bad state of the blood
chronic disease are eradicated, and a
clear aud transparent surface regained
by the restorative action ol this Oint
ment. It surpasses many of the
metics and other toilet appliances in its
power to dispel rashes and other disfig
urements of the face.
to
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PILES AND FISTULA.
Every form and feature of these pro
valent and stubborn disorders is eradi
cated locally and entirely hv the use of
this emolient;
should precede its application. In
healing qualities will he found te be
thorough and invariable -
fomentations
warm
Roth the Ointment and Pills should
: be used in the following cases:
Bunions, Mecurinl Eruptions
Burn», - Piles,
Chapped //ands, Rheumatism,
Chilblains, Ringworm,
Fistula. Salt Rheum,
Gout, Scalds,
Lumbago, Skin Diseases,
Awelled Glands, Sprains,
Sore Legs, Stiff Joints,
Sore Breasts, Tetter,
Sore Heads, Ulcers,
Sore Throats, Venereal Sores,
Sores of all kinds, Wounds of all kind*.
EM? 1 " CAUTION!——None are genu
ine unless the words " Holloway , Ecu.
iork and London," are discernible
a water-mark in every leaf of the hook
of directions around each pot or box:
the same may be plainly seen by hold
tng the leaf to the light',
reward will be given to any one render
ing such information as may lead to the
detection of any party or parties counter
feittng the med'Cines or vending tbs
same, knowing them to be spurious.
*** Sold at the Manufactories of Pro
fessor HOLLOWAY, 80. Maiden Lane
New York, and hy all respectable Drug,
6's's and Dealers in Medicine through
out the United Slates and the civilized
woild, in pots at 25 cents, 63 cents aud
$1 each.
®BP"Tliere is a considerable sariug
by taking the larger sizes.
N. B. Directions for the guidance of
patients in every disorder are affixed to
each pot.
No. 21.—ly
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A handsome
A GA 3 R.D.
DR. PHILLIP W. SMITH,
Having located
GEORGETOWN,
for the prar tice of
in
MEDICINE & SURGERY,
Ma . vbc at his Drug Store
hi s residence 8
No 49—l'v
or al
A large tot of Ready Made Clo
thing of every kind, consisting of
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Cassimei*
Coats, Satinet Coats, and Vests cf
all styles, which wo will sell cheap
for cash. Call and see.
WILLIN & MORRIS.

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