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^©ILo 2< mm&sz mDi&rmm m« mm< S9©o Q(S(B< MUXTKO ASD FCBL»8BEQ DAILY. BY SNOWDEN & THORNTON. For St. Thomas. The new Schooner MARY ELEANOR, Can tike 150 barrels on firieght, for which or passage apply to JOHN S. MiLLEK. dec 26. For Ar The Brijj m MARYAM E LIZ BE TH, M A. W. Lovell, master, carries 900 .'^JS^barrek is a good vessel, will be rea ,|v for the reception of a cargo in three days, v*i take freight to the West Indies, or any Southern port. Apply to W\l. FOWLE & Co. Who have foi sale said brig’s cargo of 150 tons plaster paris * Liverpool salt afloat The cargo of the schooner Ruth, Dennett, rnstcr, of 2000 bushels coarse Liverpool Foy FTfeYg\\t, Said schnr. RUTH* carries 450 barrel#; will take freight to any I \ Easterii port. Apply as above. dec 27 JL. Fox \Vt)UtrvVau\, The BRIG BETSEY^ W alli«,tnaster; will sail about the 10th vi VaSh-lanuary, and will take a few hints. ot ♦obacco or small articles on freight Apply to W. FOVV1.F. & Co. JFAo frret recOrtd per mid brig, uiul for sale— 200 tons plaster puiis dec 22 • ‘s Fvii* Wostun, The superior BRIG AMERICA^ _Luce, master; is now loading and will _J^sail in a few days and take freight ou moderate terms. Apply to dec 21 W. FOWLE & Co. For Sale, Freightor Charter, The fine schooner ALBION; ^Captain George Frost; a new vessel mm^anu fast sailer, burthen 91 tons or JWO bbls; if freighted, would prefer going to a Southern port in the States, or to the West Indie*. Apply to the master on board, or to T. H. HOWLAND. For sale, per said vessel, 90 tons of Plaister. dec 16 Fot Fve\g\\t, The fine SCHOONER HOPE, Captain Chase, Km^m^two yean old,and will stow 700 bar rels; would go to a Southern port in the states, or to the Wert Indies. Apply to • T. H. HOWLAND, JI7jo has just received f * sale per Exchange from Seto-Yark, 1000 ^OIU °l wmterPn:Sse^ sPer* "macetioil of excellent quality, dec 8 . For Charleston, S. C. The good Schr. HARRIETT\ Captain Taelor; -will sail on Sunday next, and can take some small packages on freight ami ac commodate 3 or 4 passengers. Apply as above. For Charleston, The good Schooner HOPE $ SALLY, Captain Chise; can accommodate a *£a^^few- passengers. Apply ot dec 10 T. H. HOWLAND. For Freight, SCHR. RELIANCE, *ym Capt. Tatlor, burthen about 700 bids. Applv to - 3. MESSERSMiTH, H'ho offers fyr sale, binding from the schurs Cent and La Fayette. 25 hhds. superior English island molasses 20 qr. casks and halfqr. casks French Ml dcira wine 735 lbs. Zante currants dec 10 Also, For Freight, The schooner CATHARINE, Vosc, master; carries 900 barrels, _uid will take freight to any eastern •r southern port. Also, The sloop FAVORITE, kStanwood, master; carries 750 barrels, tow ready for a cargo, and will take treigat for unv eastern port. Applv to nor 22 W. FOWLF.&Co. To \ifct, A very convenient brick dwelling House, with outhouses complet**, ad joining Mr. Thomas Smith’s, on Columbus, be tween King and Prince streets. Applv to nov 10—tf CHARLES BENNETT. nov 8 To A small two story frame dwelling house on Columbus, be tween King and Prince-streets.— Apply to C. P. THOMPSON. To Hent, The two story brick dwelling on W» • JBLter-street, at present occupied by Capt. •James Mitchell—possession gi*»n Nov. 22d. •ct 18 11ANDEV1LLE Si LABMOUR. streets, dec 16 To Hent, The large and commodious thiee story Brick House, occupied by the lateNoblet Herbert; situated on the corner of Fairfax and Cameron For terms apply to yAURICB HERBERT. 2 Uo. lUnv thit day received by the Packet— BALES Burlaps, 2 do Linseys, for sale, on liberal ternw. * dec 10 Xolico. To Apothecaries and Druggists one of the term ot Jannev & Bond having1 entered into ano ther line of business, wishes to dispose of his interest in the shop, south-east corner of King and ltoval-streets, Alexandria, which contains a complete assortment ot' IVrwgs and AiedvcAncs, ami is situated in apart of the town favourable i *or business. Persons wishing to purchase either apart o* the whole of Uic e •tahlishment, 1 will find it to their interest to cull. (t/'Thc Editors of the National Intelligencer i are requested to insert the above every other 3 times, and send their account to this office nov 9 ^la\voga\vj, N’OW landing from on board schr. Mary, from St. Domingo, 200 logs mahogany, of good quality 191 dried hides 14 seroons St. Domingo tobacco 4 bids, gum guaiacum For sale on liberal terms dee 6 JOHN S. MILLER. fet. va'oix fengav. 5I1HDS. prime St. Croix sugar, just receiv ed and tor side by JOHN S. MILLF.lt. Who kns in Store— 125 bbla. fine flour 10 seroons St Domingo tobacco 20 cjr casks sweet Malaga wine 20 bbIs summer oil ; Which will be sold low nov 24 L\vwpoo\ Salt; • u) A/Wk BUSHELS of Liverpool coarse I F Salt, the cargo of sehr Mug | net, for sale by VV. FOWLE &Co. Fu\e Mutton. THE subscribers have on iiand, and will keep through the win*er, a regular sup ply of the best Ravcnsworth MUl'i'Oy. EDWAItl) SMY HI & Co. dec 7 Corner of King and Washington-sts. Madeira Wine, \va India fl^lIE subscriber oilers for sale, a few half I pipes of John Howard March h Co’s L. I* Madeira Wine, expected to arrive at N. York next Spring, in the ship Krachman, from Madeira, via Calcutta, sunt around for im pro> ement. He will also receive orders for | rli. Jftrtlcwlail « YVivrgnndy, Tint a, and | [Social, * To be imported next Spring, direct from Ma deira to the U. States, only for those who may order it. » &>me of the most distinguished persons in Washington having already given orders for the abovementioned M ines, the order will be sent out soon. Persons wishing to order,’by addressing the subscriber, per mail, will meet with prompt attention. SAMUEL M. JANNEY, Agent. 11 mo 15 Merchants' Wharf. 5? House iuu\ Iiot r or nave, MI will sell, on accommodat ing1 terms, that commodious two sto ry brick dwelling house at the cor ner of Prince and Henrv streets, at present in the occupancy of Mr. Abijah Jan ney, together with the vacant lot adjoining, fronting 24 feet 6 inches on Prince street, which makes it a very desirable situation.— The house and lot subject to a ground rent of $50 per annum. TO LET The Convenient two story brick dwelling which I now occupy, situated near the above property.— _To a good and careful tenant, the rent will be made moderate. i have ox haxh 150,000 fVeil Burnt Bricks, which l will sell on good terms: nov 15 RICHARD STANTON. ,Mec\\w\ks1 fiawk ^tock WANTED. ifpIIK subscriber will exchange for stock of ,< I »i.« H:*nk of Alexandria. Ins JL the Mechanics’ Hank of Alexandria, his Farm in the county of Fairfax, within three miles of Alexandria, and binding on the L.ittle River Turnpike Road; containing Svx.t$ Three Acres, thirtv-five of which are enclosed and in a state of cultivation. The improvements are an^ex ■cellent two story brick ?i dwelling House and Kitchen, with two con venient frame hous _ er and servants, stable, carriage house,~&c. a productive garden, ami an or chard of well selected fruit trees. The situa tion is very elevated and exceedingly healthy, commanding an extensive prospect ol the town of Alexandria, the river Potomac, and of the adjacent country to the extent of seve ral miles. The subscriber is induced to dis pose of this desirable estate, from his being unable to devote the necessary time and atten tion to it from hi3 other vocations, and will exchange it for stock of the Mechanics’ Bank of Alexandria, at par, or for real estate in A lexandria or Washington, nov 2 CHARLES CHAPIN. Tickets only Twelve Dollars. 15 TflE Ciyanil State liottery of Maryland, the drawing' of -which will take place in the City ot Baltimore, On Wednesday, 15th February next. and the whole to be compfeted on that day, under the superintendancc of the Commission ers appointed by the Governor and Council. nioHKST rniZE 100,000 DOLS. the immense magnitude of which, and the brilliancy of the other numerous Capitals combined with the very low rate of the Tick ets, have caused a most unexampled demand from even- part of the Union, and they are already becoming scarce. Distant Adventur ers should therefore forward their orders without delay in order to secure chances for the Prizes contained in the following Splendid Scheme. 1 prize of $100,000 1 15 10 50 100 100 500 10,500 1 prize of 1 prize of 1 prize of do do do do do do do do $30,000 20,000 10,000 5.000 1.000 * 500 100 50 20 12 10 100,000 30.000 20.000 10,000 5,000 15,000 5,000 5,000 5.000 2.000 6,000 105,000 11,230 Prizes, amounting to $308,000 The whole payable in CASH, and which, as usual at Cohen’s Office, can be had the Moment then arc Drawn. ■ Whole 1 icktts ft 12 Halves, 6 Quarters, g3 00 Eighths. I 50 1 o be Itacl m a great variety ot Numbers at COHEN’S Lottery and Exchange Office, No. 114, .Mar ket Street, Baltimore. Where more Capital Prizes hnie been obtained than of any other Office in America. Orders from any part of the United States, or territories, either by mail post paid, or by private conveyance, enclosing the casli or prizes in my lotteries, w ill meet the same prompt uttc.ilionas if on personal application, addressed to J. I. COHEN, jr. Jt BROTHERS, — Baltimore. (^•Distant adventurers may at all times with confidence, forward their remittances to ! Cohen's Office, for if their orders should ar rive too late, the amount enclosed will be rc 1 turned by the first mail, or will he invested in j the most advisable scheme then on hand. /lilt i more, Dec 20, 1825. Good News! Good Nev/s! Christmas Gifts in Abundance. C1AN be had by an early application at Run J nclls’s really Lucky Office, King-street, Alexandria. The Splendor of the prizes, anil the cheapness of the present price of tickets should induce every one who is anxious to re alize a fortune, to make a speedy call at the 5000’s, residence of Hood Luck,usually called RUNNELLS’S Temple of Wealth. Where on the 4th of January next, #100,000 may be obtained for the sum of #50 in the New-York State Literature, and also thcsphju. did prize of #50,000in the Pcnsylvania Union Canal Lottery, the latter fur the inconsidera ble sum of #10, independent of 2t/’s, lb’s, &r. Now is the time, be wise and call, dee 20 \\vvim\y w\u\ Sfatvy*. TIIF. subscribers have just received by the sloop Chaunccy, and have for sale— 3 pipes of superior French brandy, from the Londbn docks, and warranted pure as imported, and 40 boxes Castile soap nov 15 A. C. CAZENOVE 8c Co. Oil, etc. TIIF. cargo of the schooner Betsey, from Wiscasset, consisting of— 600 bushels Liverpool coarse ^ loO sack do fine 3 30 barrels tanners’ oil 50 quintals cod fish 250 bushels Maine potatoes 25 bundles northern hay 1 chain cable 60 fathom, 5-8 inch, new 1 hempen do 60 do 9 inch, do .ind landing from scJir. Washington Packet— 10 barrels N. E. rum 2 hhds molasses—For sale bv nov 15 T. H. HOWLAND. Tanner’s Oil, 1INDSAY 8c HILL have just received and J for sale, 30 barrels tanner's oil. nov 15 --j —• Little River Turnpike Company. THE stockholders in this institution will meet at Horatio Clagett’s Hotel, in the town of Alexandria, on Friday the sixth of Ja nury, 1826, to elect a President, four Direc tors and a Treasurer—Also, for the settlement of the accounts for the year 1825. On the following day, the Superintendent of the road, and Collectors of tolls at all the gates, will be appointed. Bv order of the Board. JONAH THOMPSON, Treas’r. dec 6 ’ 3ta\vt6J Notice. THE Stockholders ofthe Marine Insurance Comp'.v of Alexandria, are hereby no tified, that an Flection will be held at the Of fice of tire Company, on Saturday, the 14/A day of January next, from the hours of ten *tiil two o’clock, for fifteen Directors, to serve for one year, tlience ensuing The transfer book will be closed from Tuesday the 10th of January until the election is ever, dec 1—lawtE J. B. MCKOLLS, See. A Xrw Assortment ROBERT BARRY, (Opposite Jon'a. Butcher’s Hardware Store.) HAS just received in addition to his Fall Hoods recently advertised, the following supply of DRY GOODS. Superfine blue, black, brown and grey cloths Do do do drab and grey cassimcres Fine biue and mixed eassincts Domestic kersey and linscy Rose, point and striped blankets Irish linens, lawns, linen cambric and hollands Calicoes and ginghams White, scarlet and black Merino shawls, scarfs and hdkfs. cloth and worsted do Scotch and Circassian plaids Black Italian lustring and sarsnet for dresses A few pieces of splendid white fringe Blcaclicd, brown and colored domestic cot tons of every description 1000 ibs very superior cotton yam, with a great many other articles, which shall be sold at the very lowest prices, and on the most ac commodating terms. 1 nov ‘26 XoYJ StOl’O. The subscriber has commenced the DRY GOODS BUSINESS, On the South side of King-Street, two doors west of the Auction Store; wnr.siF. he orjens von sale— Cloths, cassimcres, cassinets, plaid, flannels Rose and point blankets, baizes Silk, worsted, lambs wool and cotton hose Children’s socks Swan-.down, Valcntia and silk vestings Italian and India lustring Black silk,' bandanno and flag liclkfs Jackouet, book, and mull muslins .lackonet cambrics, qamhric muslins Cravats, cassimere, fcashmere and cotton shawls Cash more, merino, and cotton hdkfs Black apd white and fancy calicoes Barrage-ginghams, Irish linens, long lawn Linen rambric* brown hollands Russia sheeting, diaper, ticking .Doincstieplaid, check, brown and bleached shirtings Bang-up cords, umbrellas, osnaburgs and burlaps Woodstock, dog skin, kid and silk gloves Ihittoito^tapcs, pins, sewing cottons Cotton 5*am, 8cfc. &c. &c. Which will be sold loir for CASH. nov 21 JOHN DUNLAP. ^Moyc. Goods JAMES C. BARRY, At hi3 old established Store, corner of King and Fairfax streets, Alexandria, HAS JC8T RECEIVED— White, bluck, and scarlet merino scarfs SlieppcrcPs black and blue first quality cloths and cassimeres Silver and Parsons's grey mix’d do do Sykes’s superior blue and grey mix’d cassi ncts, which he respectfully invites the public to call and examine, as they are a beautiful specimen of the superiority of American over Foreign manufacture of that article. A new and very general assortment of cali coes, warranted fast colours Very handsome silk stripe caspans for ladies dresses Tartan and Circassian plaids Canton and Italian black crapes Ladies and gentlemen’s black and white silk hose > Kid, horse skin, Woodstock, buck, and beaver gloves ALSO— Flushings, blankets, blue plains, Devonshire kerseys, flannels, baizes, burlaps linens, lawns, cambrics, checks, plaids, stripes, anti most description of DOMESTIC GOODS, which together, with his former stock, com prises a complete assortment, and will be sold very low'for the cash, or to his punctual cus tomers as usual always oy riAxn, Baltimore Cotton Yarn, Candle wick, and Carpet Chain. nov 18 lWtaevt Wilson, At his manufactory, at the southwest corner of King'and Colunibus-streets, & opposite J. Si J. Douglass, continues to I make and will constantly keep on hand a general stock of Grecian, Fancy and Wind sor Chairs, lucn lie will dispose oi oil as accommodat ing terms as they can be had elsewhere in the district; and will as usual, Repaint & Repair Old Chairs upon the shortest notice. N. 11. He has en gaged a first rate workman to execute all kinds of plain and fancy Sign Tainting. OCT* Orders from the country will be gladly received and promptly attended to. He has also an establishment on Pennsyl vania Avenue, opposite the Gazette Office, Washington, where favors will he acknow ledged. oct 11—Sm •Molasses. C>r| HOGSHEADS first cpiality retailing Oil molasses, landing from schooner Lin coln, for sale by WM. FdWLE & Co. nov 29 Seine T’wine. 4 HMDS. Bridport seine twine, landing this day and for sale bv SAMUEL M. JANNEY. 11 mo 19 Merchants’ Wharf Tavern and Oyster House. HORACE FIELD RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public, that he has opened a Tavern and Oyster House, in that large and commo dious three-story brick building, Sign of the GOLDEN BALL, on Union-street, a few doors south of the Custom-House, where he is preparedtoa ccommodate travellers and others who may £ivor him with their custom. His Bar will will be furnished with the best of Liquors. Oysters may be had at any hour of the day, served up in any manner directed.— Parties can be accommodated with private rooms and every attention paid to give satis faction. Private families supplied with shucked OYSTERS at the shortest notice. A few GENTEEL BOARDERS can be accommodated dec 22 Liverpool Salt, Molasses. NOW landing from on board schr Mary Eleanor, 3000 bushels Liverpool coarse Salt, 10 hhds molasses. And from sloop Constitution, 10 scroons Cuba tobacco, for sale by dec 10J. S. MILLER. Xoiico. IOST, or mislaid, the scrip for fourteen A shares Stock of Rank of Alexandria, standing in the name of Ann R. Uunbnr, adm’x. numbered as follow:—2081,1452, 1530, 1597, 1820, 1821, 234, 235, 964, 12, 1520, 1522, 662, 746. Application will be made to said Bank for new’ certificates during the present month.de* 6—3w Ya\\ Goods. THE subscribers have just received their suppjy of BRITISH GOODS, bought at reduced rates, since the decline of cotton, con sisting of Plain and figured bombazetts Black and white prints Cambric chintz and fashionable calicoc Cambrics, fancy robes, book muslins Handkerchiefs, shawls, Caroline plaids Carpetings, &c. Also, as usual, A large stock of Domestic, Cotton and Woollen GOODS oct 14 A. C. CAZRNOVE h Co. Xotice. JpHF. creditors of CHARLES SLADE,dr u ceased, lire required to file their claims with the subscriber on or before the first day of Dili ihAwTii ft; 6f thtfy -may he excluded from any dividend of his estate. A. MOORE, nov 1 Commissioner in Chancery. Bantling This Bay, On Irwin’s IVhnrf\ A AA BOXES sperm candles first quality lvlvl 100 barrels N. E. rum 5 lulds do SO do retailing molasses 10 do whale oil 10 bbls mess pork 5 tons Swedes iron 33 packages domestic cotton and woolen goods 100 casks nails 2d to 4d For sale by A. C. CAZENOVE & Co. nov 8 Road to Wealth. Grand N. York Literature Lottery. No 3. \17 ILL draw on the 4th of next month. The ▼ v Scheme is the most splendid of any that has ever been drawn; it contains the fol lowing handsome prizes, which, if applied for immediately, may, certainly, be had at TYLERS. The whole will be drawn in five minutes.— Rich and splendid Prizes, viz:— 100,000 Dollars, 50.000 Dollars, 20.000 Dollars, 10.000 Dollars, 5,00(1 Dollars, 2,500 I)ollar3, 2.000 Dollars, 1.000 Dollars, 500 Dollars, 100 Dollars, 2 prizes of 4 of 10 of 39 of 73 of 508 of and thedowest prize 50 Dollars. I Whole Tickets £50, Halves, 25 Quarters 12 50 Kighths 6 25 Sixteenths j lzj, OftThosc who are derirous of obtaining one or more of the above handsome prizes, are re* quested to call at Justlif Celebrated and Famed TEMPI A7i of ¥ OETE .VE (Two doors east of Brown’s Hotel) Pennsylvania Avenue. Or at either of his new Offices, Bridge-st. Georgetown, and King and Royal streets, A lexantlria, and select the lucky numbers. It requires but a small sum to buy a whole Tick et. Those who are not able to do so, buy a Half, Quarter, Eighth, or even a Sixteenth, sooner than let such a coluk.v opportunity slip. Therefore, let those who arc in want of Cash, try their luck, where, to obtain it, a re petition would be needless. TYLER’S OFFICE holds the lucky stand; as a proof of which, the following splendid Prizes have been sold and promptly paid, viz: •K),000 dollars, 20,000 dollars, 10,000 dollars, 7,000 dollars, 3 of 5,000 dollars, and upwards of 100 prizes of 1,000, 500 fitc. &c. 8cc.; and where he anticipates the pleasure of selling to some of his friends the Grand Capital Prize of 100,000 dollars, in the New-York Literature Lottery. Also, 50,000 dolls, in the Pemuyl• vania Union Canal Lottery, to be drawn the 1st of February. Price ofTickets$10, shares in proportion. N. B. All orders promptly attended to, and cash advanced for prizes as soon as drawn. dec 20 > Team-Boat Hotel. THE subscriber takes this method of in* forming the public, that he has added to his establishment A large Tar & and Stable, capable of Accommodating from 40 to 50 Horsci. It is situated between the Market and the Team-boat Ferry, which, render sit decidedly the most convenient stand for gentlemen com ing from Maryland, as well as for Drovers, who will always meet with purchasers at the subscriber's Hotel—most of the horses sold in Alexandria being for the Maryland market. The stable will be attended by Ostlers of established sobriety and industry, and will al ways be provided with provender of the first quality. The charges shall be as low as any others in the District, and every exertion made to please gentlemen who may think proper to call. WM B. STEWART. Now landing at Irwin’s wharf A 6% bbls. and S tierces loaf sugar 11 quarter casks Cette and ^ Madeira > Wine. 8 do do Cette .Sherry 3 And a further supplvof nails. For sale by nov 19 A. C. CAZENOVE 8c Co. FOR THE CURE OF Colds, Coughs, Consu mpli ons, Smiting of Blood, Asthmas, and all Diseases of the Breast and Lungs. THERE is perhaps no medical observation better established, none more generally confirmed by the experience of the best physi cianr of all ages and countries, and none of more importance to the human family, than the fact that many of the most difficult and incurable consumptions originate in neglect ed colds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the changes of the weather are fre quently sudden and unexpected, it requires more care and attention to guard against this dangerous enqjny of life, than most people imagine, or are able and willing to bestow.— The bills of mortality exhibit the melancholy fact that the proportion of deaths by this dis ease may be considered as about five to one. Inasmuch then as this fatal disease bids defi ance to the skill of the most learned physicians, it is a gratification to the proprietor that he is enabled to offer to those afflicted with it a goodly prospect of relief, in that higldy valu able remedy the vegetable Indian Specific.— The Indians are liappy in their knowledge of medical plants; governed wholly by experi ence, they are certain as to their effect, and it is said by an author of great character, that a true consumption is a disease never known a mongst them. For the information of those afflicted with complaints of the breast and lungs, the pro prietor inserts (from among the numerous testimonials in his possession) the following Certificate: Baltimore, 7tli Dec. 1824. I, W. Price, of the city of Baltimore, do hereby certify and declare, that 1 w as for a long time afflicted with a severe cold, accompanied with an almost incessant cough, and pain in my breast and lungs; also, spitting of blood, and purulent matter from the lungs, with night sweats and fevers, and was much emaciated with loss of appetite, rest Stc. 1 applied to se veral eminent physicians, and passed through a course of medicine, but could obtain no re lief, and found myself fast verging on toa con firmed consumption. Having at lengfli heard of the many astonishing cures effected by the Vegetable Indian Specific, 1 was induced to make trial of it, and found almost immediate relief, ami my rest restored. I continued its use, improving fast, my appetite.better, ami all the symptoms of the disease daily diminish ing, and in a few weeks was completely cur ed, ami have remained so for several months, and am now in better health and flesh than [ have been for many years. I therefore with confidence, recommend the use of the Vege table Indian Specific to all who suffer under a similar complaint, and as a safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for consumption, and all dis eases of the breast and lungs. W. PRICE. The celebrated Dr. Cullen has taught us * w,»v 9IIWUIU UC Cllipiu^xa in watching the approach of the disease and preventing its proceeding to an incurable state; and in persons of a consumptive habit, especially those born of consumptive parents, the slightest symptoms ofan approaching con sumption at the consumptive period ot life, ought carefully to be attended to." ThisSpecific is obtained by extraction from herbs, roots, flowers, plants, &c. when in per fection. In consccpicnce of a happy combina tion of the most valuable herbs. See. it becomes a balsam of superior value. It heals the injur ed parts, opens the pores and composes the disturbed nerves after the manner ci an ano dyne; consequently the obstruction of the chest ami the lungs which constitute this dis ease, particularly need its use. It promotes expectoration, which is constantly called for; and whilst it cleanses and heals, it also gi^es strength to the tender lungs. In this manner it removes the hectic fever, improves diges tion, gives strength to the nerves, repairs the appetite and improves the spirits. This spe cdic may always Be given in safety—it is mild, pleasant to the taste, and may safely be given to infants, for which it is of inestimable value. It affords relief in bowel complaints, teething, whooping coughs, 8cc. and is found particular ly useful in hypoebondrical, nervous and hys terical diseases. Bach bill of directions con tains a detailed account of this disease in all its different stages, and will be accompanied withtlie signature of W. BUTLER, in Red Ink. Seldby JOHN J. SAYRS, Druggist is1 Apothecary, and Me Agent for june 21 Alexandria.