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/ A, . . • % j * ' *• 0 , u F ait ce quvv\ taut, atti\e ce qavi\ ^owrta ” •- ————— ' _",T ^7©iLo aa* ■ wmm&n m©:as$M®a aiMf a% am®* . s?®0 @©ga -. -!—1-=-!-=--i-=--- I rniSTED AND PUBLISHED DAILY. BY SNOWDEN & TIIORNTON. ¥ot W&rbadoea, The pood brjp M MESSENGER, vgTV.Captaiu Hawes; wants 300 bbls. ficight, for tdtac&which or passage, apply to jtily 7_JOHN S. MILLER. For Sale, Freight or Charter, The fine Schooner LOVELY SUE, Robert Pollett, master, 5 months old, and is -well found in every respect—Apply to the master n board, at Vowell’s wharf, or to July 7 WM. S. TURPIN. l*\ui\bex a\u\ Hum. JOHN II. LADD offers for sale the cargo of the • schooner American Hero, ; 100,000 feet Penobscot lumber 3 puncheons West India rum ¥ox The Schooner AMERICA* HERO, James Kpstis, master, burthen 100U barrc!s;a ! ( _ isubstau’ial and good vessel, will be ready in three day s for a freight to a Northern or Eastern port. jur.e 17 _. _ .Sack Salt, Whiskey, Cider, &c. Qftrt SACKS.salt. 30 barrels whiskey vlILf 25 bbls. cider of a superior quality for bottling $ ton shot, assorted Id kegs and cannistersverdegria 2 bbls. bright varnish 10 boxes Sicily lemons landing from sloop Chauncev ami schooner Harriet, and for sale by KO BINS ON Ik SHINN. Y ov Freight, The Schooner HARRIETT\ Acworth, master, burthen 550 barr. ls—will be ready to load in two days—Apply as above. juoe 12 For Freight, The Brig LUCY-A AN, a first rate vessel, Drummond, master; buithen about 40u hltds. or 2800 bWs.—For terms ap ■ply to WM.FOWLE tfCo. lone 19__ For Freight, The Schooner ENTERPRISE, Captain T. L- Hall, carries hairelsj *ml woum p»^r a tfreigru to the >Ve»t Indies— Apply to may 1 . _JOHN S. M1LLKR. T\\fc Steamboat POTOMAC. C1PT. URIAH JE\KINS, ' BF.ING now in very complete order, with a new cop per boiler on the most approved plan, will com mence running' between the City of Washington, Alex andria, Norfolk, City Point and Richmond, on Wed nesday the 19th i 11st. Leaving Washington at 4 and Alexandria at 5 o’clock on every Wednesday afternoon; arrive at Old Point Comfort and Norfolk the following Afternoon. Leave Norfolk the next morning at six o’ iock, and arrive at City Point and Richmond on the -veiling of the same day. Returning, will leave Kicli uund at six o’clock on Sunday morning, touching at City Point, and arrive at Mhrf>lk the same evening Leave Norfolk at9 o’clock on Monday morning, touch jug at Old Point Comfort, and arrive at Alexandria and Washington the next morning in time for passengers to proceed jn to Baltimore. FARE: ^ From Washington or Alexandria to Richmond, meals included, Frmi Washington or Alexandria to Old Point and Nor folk, do 6 00 From Washington or Alexandria, to all intermediate places (where passenger*can be landed with con venience) between Alexandria and Old Tomt or Norfolk, do 6 Ob From Washington to James! own do o UU ^'^“ing'ontoCI'v Sugar a\uV tV \viske^. BMPS, loaf sugar , _ OrZ 15 hhds. whiskey, landing from sloop Fanny, and for sale by A. C. CAZENOVE & CO. june 15 ___ - - VresU VUct. a r\ TIERCE? fresh Rice just received and for sale lQby (juije 27] ; JOHN S. MILLER. New-Orleans Sugar a r HMDS, prime N. O. sugar, per schnr. Walton 1!») Gray, and 25 boxes Muscatel raisins 11 half tierces rice, per sloop Chauncy, from New York, end for sale by ' . june 12_R, V T. WILSON. \V\\\skv>j. a \ BB1.S. whiskev, landing and forsale by J(M) LINDSAY & HILL b\ Store, 10,00b U>s. superior BACON, cured in town june 1? _ ___— Tavern to lifct. mTlie subscriber offers to let, that old and well established tavern stand, the INDIAN QUEEN, St the coring of Ring and St. Asaph street, lately occu nied bv Fuel A Pern . The house is comm.dious, the tables hrge and in good repair, and the situation be SSSSv »" or ap 13_ - Pimento. F?BAGUu«Ti Hair ^lattTasses-i A Q FIRST quality mattrasses, warranted stuffed with J.C$ hair 18 second quality mattrasses Just received for sale by JOHN II. LADD. Jul> 8__ Burlaps. 4 BALKS Burlaps, received per brig George Hen rv, via Baltimore, and for sale by june 1U_ WM, FOWLE &■ Co. T \i\aud Cotton. 4 G> BALES received and for sale by 1 june 24 _MESSERSMITH. Prestv Teas. * Landing from Sloop Constitution— AA || \LF chests Young Hyson Tea, 5 do Imperial, represented to be of superior For sale by S. MESSERSMITH. quality— Sugar. a HHDS. of prime quality, landing from schooner •'T^llaxall, at Irwin's wharf, and for sale by A. C. CAZENOVE isf Co. june 17 P. Thompson Has just received a fresh supply of The Operative Mechanic, and British Mechanist: XH1BITING the construction and practical uses of J all machinery and implements at present used in the manufactories of Great Bjitain, with the real pro cess adopted in perfecting the useful arts and national manufactures of every description. By John Nicholson, Esq. Civil Engineer." 1st American, from the 2d Lon don edition; with the addition of several important Ame rican inventions, vol. 1, No. 1. This work will be published in six numbers, of 150 ages, and 17 engravings in each; and when completed will form two vols. 8vo, price 6 dollars. Starkie-’s Treatise on the Law of Evidence and Digest and Proofs, with Metcalf’s notes. This work will be sold at subscription price, $16 bound in calf, and $15 bound in sheep, 3 vols. 8\o. Superstition, a tragedy, with a portrait of Mrs. Duff, in the character of Mary Shcnstone's “Schoolmistress,’’being No. 2 of the An thology; or Poetical Library; price 25 cents. Sparks’ Essays and Tracts in Theology, vol 6, No. 2. Ladies’ Scrap Book, Nos. 13 ar.cl 14. june 24 Fashionable / Ilat Store LEVERETT GREEN, HAS just received, per srhr. Mary Archer, from New York, a large supplv of gentlemen’s DRAB and BLACK BRAVER HATS.—Also, youths and chil dren's fancy, do. d \ Hatters furs and trimmings, and every article requisite for a manufactory, selected by himself,and will be sold low for cash only. N. II. A liberal price will be allowed for Old Hats in part pay for new ones. _ma)' William Fowle & Co. HAVE FOR SALE— I nn B ALES 34, 3-8, 44 and 54 brown 8c bleach llrvl ed domestic shirtings and sheetings To 250 bolts 1st, 2d, and 3d quality Russia duck ^ 40 bolts half ’ do 300 pieces light and heavy Ravens duck 100 do Russia diapers 15 tons St. Petersburg hemp of superior quality 100 pieces Choppa Ronials 50 chests and half chests Young Hyson l ea 20 pieces India straw carpeting 10 cases common hats 15 casks Kridport shad and herring twine 900 sides red soal leather 200 bags prime Green and St. Domingo coffee 30 bags Sumatra pepper 20 hluls Kew-Orlcan* sugar 20 do retailing molasses 10 pipes Seignett brandy 1 do O’Pard, Uupy Sc Co, of superior quality 2 hhds Jamaica ruin 25 bbfsSiNeW-En»l!lnd Kum 20 barrels Phelps’ gin 300 boxes mould candles 1200 sacks Liverpool blown salt 22000 bushels Turks Island, St. Ubes and Lisbon salt 300 casks nails assorted sizes may 16 ICE. mHF. subscriber has on hand a large supply oi North I. ern ICE, superior to any in the District, as it has been ascertained that one peck will last longer and go farther than half a bushel of common Ice. Private families will be supplied with the usual quantity at $4 the season, or it will be sold at 50 cents the bushel, &. in proportion for smaller quantities may 4 WM B. STUART. For Sale or Rent, That desirable Mansion House, ^j^^MT^latolv in the occupancy of the late .Iona ^ l|l|Ethan Swift, esq deceased, with the gar j$P0gr9q|Bdens attached to the premises. Also for rent, Two Grass Lots opposite the dwelling house. Any person having business with .Mrs. Ann Swift in absence, will please apply to us. march ,1 LINDSAY k HILT.. Por Sale. n\* Went. A FARM, containing about 400 acres of Land, situa t^d on the River Occoouan, about one mile below the village of Occoquan, called Swan Point. Jfcp*. There is a comfortable JH11 MlADwelling House on this Farm, fpjf | j IK well situated for health andcon JPwHWvenience; a tolerably good Sta-^__ ble, and a young Orchard of well selected trees. About two thirds’of the land is cleared, Hnd has for several years been under a course of judicious cultivation. It will be sold low, or rented on the most accommodating terms. Apply to . SAMUEL M. JANNLY. 4 mo20—tf Wine, &c. S half pipes port wine 200 sides soal leather 60 bbls Boston Beeft received and for sale by may 21 A. C. CA3ESQVE fc Co. GEO. S. HOUGH HAS received from Philadelphia and is now opening, in addition to his early spring supply, a very Handsome Assortment of Desirable Goods, viz A few pieces super black and citron brown cloth Single drab and blue cassimcres Extra super drab and mixed vigonia for coats Striped and plain unbleached and white drilling Regent and Russia ditto Bhck twill'd Circassian, (some fine) Best and common blue and yellow nankins Super fancy and white Marseilles vesting Irish linens, long lawns, and linen cambric Brown Irish linens, stout and fine Ginghams, Grecian stripes and jackonet cambrics Striped and twill’d stuffs for boys An excellent assortment of men’s plain and ribbed long and short hose, women’s and girls’ do Swiss muslins, jackonet do Tamboured Swiss lulks, book do Swiss tamboured cap patterns for ladies A large assortment of men’s and women's gloves White and colored silk and gauze fancy lulkfs Plain white merino shawls (cheap) Colored lustring 8c Denmark satu ens for pantaloons Best and common black Italian lustring Colored florences and striped silks lor dresses 1 case silk umbrellas 1 do parasols, fashionable brown and green Black, drab and orange ruttinet for coach-makers Green silk for umbrellas, children’s kid gloves Oil cloth, Scholfield’s real gauze flannels Floss and sewing cotton on spools Superior knitting cotton, No 10 to 36 Printed bed spreads, suitable for taverns or steam boats , Colored patent threads A few superior style suspenders Bleached and brown Russia sheetings Best and common ticklenburgs 13 pieces 7-4 and 4-4 real NANKIN STRAW MAT TING, ofS. Archer’s importation Which with his stock on hand, renders liis assortment of Drv G ods complete._ _ 6 mo 8 Just recerveu at Uvc Auction Store, SUPERIOR CHAIRS, 2d do common do warranted. IX STORE, New and second hand pianoes, hair covered sofas, sideboards, beaureaus, tables, beds, bedsteads. ALSO, Law, theological, medical, historical, miscellaneous and other books. ALSO, French brandy, tea, coffee, tobacco, sugars, port and claret wine, shaving soap, crockery, glass, pot iron, raisins, invoice fur fu^t, refrigerators, kc. ALSO, Callicocs, ginghams, painted muslins, hose, cloths, cassimeri‘9, tic. 8. A. MAKSTELLER. june14 •XfcNmS Cider. 15 BARRELS of superior Newark Cider, in prime or der for retailing, and 10 chests Young Hyson Tea, just received and for sale by june 12COHAGAN k WHITTLE. Cheap khoes, etc Just received and for sale— (3 BOXES containing 162 pr. men’s lincd&bound shoes O 2 do 104 do waxed do do 1 do 54 do boy’s do . do 2 do 72 do copper fastened do 2 do 72 do brogans do 6 chests Young Hyson tea 5 31b. catty boxes Imperial do 4 boxes, containing 20 21b catty boxes Gunp. do 1500 lbs soft shelled almonds 150 groce velvet corks 30 groce porter bottles 1 puncheon superior old Jamaica spirit 58 barrels shad 30 do'herring—By may^lIJ_COHAGAN k WHITTLE. ¥ ay \\\ev s1 l\ank Stock 1loy Sa\o. FROM 50to 100 shares of this stock may be had on very reasonable terms by application to J. L. McKENNA. ffj’Thc par value of the shares is 50 dollars each, apr13—tf Liverpool Coarse Salt. itinn BUSHELS, on board the schooner Sciot from Wiscasset, for sale by S. MESSERSMITII. june 13 Sugars, Lemons, etc. (3)6) 11HOS. Harbadoesand Porto Rico Sugar, rcpre .-w.-w sented to be prime, 126 bbls St. Martins do. 5 casks soft shell almonds 70 boxes Sicily lemons 19 do . prime do landing this day fromschr Potomac and sloop Chaun cey, and for sale byfC MESSERS M1TH, Charles County Court, March Term, 1826. ON application to the Judges of Charles County Court, by petition in writing of Jon.v T. Hioos, of Charles County, for the benefit of the Act of Assembly for the relief of sundry insolvent debtors, passed at No vember session, 1805, and the several supplements thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule of his property and a list of his creditors, on oath, so far as he can ascertain diem, being annexed to his petition; and the Court being satisfied by competent testimony that the said John T. Higgs has resided two years im mediately preceding the time of application in the State of Maryland; and being also satisfied that the said John T. Higgs is in actual confinement for debt and for no other cause, and the said John T. Higgs having enter ed into bond with sufficient security for his personal ap pearance iu Charles County Court, to answer such al legations as his creditors may make against him—It is therefore ordered and adjudged, that the said John T. Higgs be discharged from imprisonment, and that by 'causing a copy of this order to be inserted m some one of the newspapers edited in the district of Columbia, once a week for two months successively before the third Monday in August next, he give notice to his ere-, ditors to appear before the said County Court at Port* Tobaco in said County, on the third Monday in August next, for the purpose of recommending a Trustee for their benefit, and to shew cause, if any they have, why the said John T. Higgs should not have the benefit of the scversl insolvent laws as prayed. Test, JOHN BARNEF, Cl’k. june 20 2m To Rent, / The two story brick house on King street at present occupied by Mrs. Margaret Scott—Possession may be had immediately.— i— -.In point of health and situation, none is more desirable. For terms apply to 6_A. C. CAZENOVE k Co. ' Yot Rent, MA convenient TWO STOIiY BRICK HOUSE on Fairfax street, near the market, well calculat ed for the comfortable accommodation of a genteel fa niily, at a low rent. Apply to »t:ty31_ C. P THOMPSON. 'tit Little River Turnpike Road Stock.—Eleven Shares for sale by '»=>)' 17__ J. ROBERTS. Swaim’s Panacea I'UlS valuable medicine has obtained ? distinction ■ which its efficacy alone can support. As a purifier ofthe blood it has no parallel. It istho most useful spring und autumn uiterative ever known. All those who arc affected with Scrofula, Leprosy, Scurry, or cutaneous Eruptions, or any of those melancholy diseases arising from the impurity of the blood and juices—-also, those who suffer by diseased Liver, Rheumatic affections, or from indiscretion of their youth, as well as those whose con stitutions are broken down by mercurial, antimonial or arsenical medicines should submit to a course of Swaim's Panacea. The effect of this medicine is such as not to interrupt either business or pleasure, and requires only the common restraints of moderation in diet. It is conveyed by the circulating fluids, and corrects their tendencies to all those diseases which originate in vitiated blood. It is a safe, though a powerful substitute for mercury, and removes those evils which an unsuccessful use of that mineral so often occasions, &c. CERTIFICATES. “I have repeatedly used Swaiin’s Panacea,both in the hospital and m private practice, and have found it to be a valuable medicine inchronic, syphilitic and scrofulous complaints, and in obstinate cutaneous affections. “VALENTINE MOTT, M. D. “Professor of Surgciy, in the University of N. York, Surgeon ot trie IN. Y. Hospital, «c. New } wrk, 1st mo. 5th, 1824,” “1 have within the last two years had an opportunity of seeing several cases of very inveterate ulcers, which having resisted previously the regular modes of treat* ment, were healed by the use of Mr. Swaim’s Panacea^ and I do believe, from what I have seen, that it will prove an important remedy in scrofulous, venereal and merc urial diseases. • CHAPMAN, M. 1). “Professor of the Institutes and practice of Physic in the Univcrsiiy of Pennsylvania, &.c. Philadelphia, Feb. 16, 1824.” “1 have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim, in numerous instances, within the last three years,and have always found it extremely efficacious, especially in se condary syphilis and in mercurial disease. 1 have no hesitation in pronouncing it a medicine of inestimable value. W. GIBSON, M. D. ‘‘Professor of Surgery in the University of Pennsyl vania, Surgeon and Clinical Lecturer to tlie Alms House lnnrmarv, &c. February 17, 1823.-” Caution to Purchasers The great demand and wonderful success of this me dicine, have induced a number of persons to imitate it in various ways. Some are selling sarsaparella and o thei syrups, imposing them on the ignorant for the Pa nacea'; others are mixing the genuine medicine with molasses, 5kc. making three bottles out of one—thus retaining some of its virtues. These imitationsand adufc tcrations, have in many instances, protracted the suffer ings of patients in cases where the genuine medicine would have proved instantly efficacious. I therefore deem it a duty I ow e the public, to acquaint them, that it is impossible, from the very nature of its consti tuents, to be discovered by chemical anulysis; and con sequently, that all other mixtures represented to be mine and sold as such, arc fraudulent and base imposi tions, calculated to deceive the ignorant and unwary Thcgenuine medicine has my signature on a label r'c presenting Hercules and the Hydra, and my name on the seal. Communications, postpaid, and orders from any part ofthe world, will receive immediate attention. CTTPrintcd directions accompany the medicine. WM. SWAIM ' No. 13, South Ninth-street? Philadelphia, Opposite the University of Pennsylvania. A constant supply of the above valuable medicine is kept by the subscribers who are appointed sole agents for Alexandria. Prices—#3 per bottle, nr #30 per do zen EDW. STABLER 5k SON. april 28 Swaiin’s Panacea. [From the Philadelphia Evening Post.) HAVING made the proper inquiry, we can vouch for the accuracy of the statement contained in the subjoined communication. No one should hesitate to bear just evidence to the merits of a medicine like that of Mt.Swaix’b, which would seem to be very differ ent from the nostrums of the day. To the Editors of the Saturday Evening Pi*t. Dr Gibson, Professor of Surgery in the University of Pennsylvania, in his Lecture of Monday last, spoke in high terms of Swaim’s Panacea. He remarked that he had found it decidly beneficial in chronic cases of Sypln -lis Sic and that be had known patients who had la bored under this disease for a length of rime, and tried almost everv remedy commonly employed for its cure, with very little if any effect, but who, after using the Panacea recovered quickly and entirely. He related several instances of rapid and extraordinary restoration to robust health from a state of the most miserable weakness and infection, wherein repeated salivations had produced only the mischief incident to the use of mercury. He spoke likewise of Mr. Swaim, personal ly acknowledging the generosity which he had shown in’the distribution of his medicine to the poor, and in the support even of whole families until a cure was et’ fected The Professor mentioned that he had been censured by Surgeons and Physicians for recommend ine the Panacea of Swaim, but that he thought it a duty which he owed to suffering humanity not to withhold the expression of his opinion and experience ofits effi cacious character. A STUDENT. jj B We think it our duty to say, that wc ar? sur prised to find that a number of spurious mixtures have been got up lately, in imitation of this most valuable re medy and that several strangers have been injured by the mistake- We would advise all persons who are in want of such a remedv, to apply where the genuine is known to be had. MEDICUS. npril 28 W m. li. \etine&N HAS in store and offers for sale, 20 bbls New Orleans and Barbadoea sugar 1500 lbs prime Havana coffee 300 gallons sperm oil 20 boxes muscatel and bloom raisins 5 bales Spanish tobacco 50 boxes and camiisters gunpowder, young hysoa . and souchong teas—latest importations 1000 lbs tallow—$ ton shot, assorted sizes 5 kegs gunpowder 20 kegs chewing tobacco, as good andascheto as any offered in the District 6 dozen salad oils, superior quality Paints and.oils—spirits turpentine Sewing twine—cordage, assorted Allum, copperas, pepper, mustard, &c. &c. 4000 lbs corAtociod^psuitable for the fisheries 5000 bushels coals Fofgrate and smiths' use, as low «9 can be had in the District Wlveat Wanted. Apply as above,_ june 15 Hides aud Vtil OrftffYFi SPANISH HIDES of a very superior qual. **'*J>ir'*r ity, just landed from brig Earl, and for sale l>y M. MILLER & SON. In Store, 25 barrels Tanners Oil. dj’Thc Sentinel of the Valley will please publish the above three times, and send their account to june 14 _M. M. & *on. Just Published, BY JAMES THOMAS, GEO. TOWN. A Second and Improved Edition of the American ¥anvil's Physician, By the late THOMAS EWELL. M D. Of Virginia, fjrnierly Surgeon to the Nary Hospital, Washington City. Addressed to the Heads of Families in the U. States. DIVISION OF TBK WORK. Address 1.—Important means of promoting Health and preventing Diseases. Andress 2.—Account of the functions of some of the most importsnt parts of the body; the principles by which Life is sustained, diseases cured, and the par ticular remedies for curing them. Address 3.—Of the Diseases requiring immediate at* tentionin Fami’ies, and their remedies. Address 4.—Of the remaining Diseases, and their re* medics. Address 5.—A particular explanation of the office* Women shou^l perform to each other at births—to supercede the interference of males in common ca ses—and the diseases peculiar to the sex. Address 6.—The diseases of Children and their treat ment. To which is added mi APPENDIX, Containing some useful Hints respecting the manage ment of Domestic \niimds on rational principles. A general Index is annexed. In one volume, 8vo. containing 500 pages. Price $3, but will soon advance to $3 50. O^A person will call on the citizens of Alexandria, in the course of this week, to solicit their patronage to the above work. As the Persons for whom this work is designed, may not be acquainted with Dr. Ewell's professional cha lactcr, the Publisher deems it proper, to insert the fol lowing from the Medical Depository,, of New-York; conducted by the celebrated Dr. Samuel Mitchell, and that no less eminent Physician, the late Dr. Miller. In announcing Dr. Ewell’s intended publication on Chem istry, the Editors ado— “This gentleman has distinguished himself by some ingenious and learned performances. The zeal anti enterprise he displays in scientific pursuits, give a pleas ing earnest of what his country may hereafter expect from the application of his talents to professional ob jects, or any other by which public good may be ad vanced.—[New-York Medical Repository, Yol. 9, p. 234, published in 1806. “Dr. Thomas Ewell appears before the public at an early period of life;and therefore does not claim for his performance that maturity of execution, which a more deliberate exercise of his powers would undoubt edly confer. He is impelled by an ardour of enthusi asm, natural at his age, which every liberal mind will cherish and commend. After doing so much so well, in so short a time, and underthe pressure of other pur suits, it would be unjust to require perfection. We warmly recommend bis w ork to ihe perusal and patron age of the public. We consider him as one of those on w hom the hopes and confidence of his country may safely rest. And from the talents, enterprise and re search displayed in this publication, we look forward to his future exertions and rising powers, as a source • of usefulness, distinction ami lasting fame.’’—Ibid, Vol 10, p. 236, published in 18^7. junc 15 jounsoit's muons ro^ueT THIS medicine is not offered to the Public, naan uni» vtrsul remedy, but as a cathartic admirably adapt ed to the removal of bile, Ac being fully equal in this respect to calomel, and superior to any other purgative in use. It is peculiarly adapted to bilious and inflammatory diseases; may beused in all cases where this class of remedies is admissible; may be repeated ns often as such medicinesare necessary, w ith perfect safely—does not nauseate unless the stomach is loaded with bile; and does not require the paticn\ to confine himself to any particular rules, during its operation Those persons whose constitutions have been injured by an improper use of mercury, orare morbidly suscepti ble of its influence, will find it the best know n substi tute (as a cathartic) for calomel. It is believed to be a preventive of the bilious com plaints of our climate, if one dose [more if necessary] be taken occasionally, or as soon as general feelings of indisposition, attended with bitter taste in the mouth, furred tongue, lie. announce the approach of disease. It will be found a valuable febrifuge and aperient^rc dicine in small doses. It contains no mercury, and may be safely •dminstcr cd to pregnant women, or children. Having been tested by many years’ experience, and foundto possess all the qualities ascribed to it, in an c minent degree, the proprietor has no hesitation what ever, in recommending it to public notice * believmg that those who placeconfidcnce in hi* assertion w;ll no» be disappointed. , oA liberal discount made to tho3C who purchase ' n seU ^iners ^ pt;(]( will be promptly attended to. Prepared and sold wholesale and retail, by the nre prietor, Dr. James Cooke, Druggist, Fredericksburg Va. Sold also by EDWARD STABLER k SON, # 3 mo 1 ^ole Agents for the District of Columbia.