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DEWARE OF IMPOSITION. Hicsmohd. Va- July ioju. . ,V AS the original discoverer of O.n.ment, , ..., ; *0ie -ro’^rit tor of the patent from Sept r, lol7, : ttl tho°expiration of the same; but, havmg connect id rr.vseil w-th Dr. Judkins m the commencement>* permitted the Ointment to hear his name. 1 he term -jf the patent having expired on the 26th June, l have ir.ade an improvement in the same, and taken oot a pa tent thereon. N SHkPHkKl . ry | nposltion having been practised upon the t>uo !i : by a spurious article, bearing the name ot “ Jud kins* Ointment,” the proprietor avails hi mseif ot the a ithontv granted to him in his letters patent, now to call tire Ointment after his own name. Henceforth it wilt be known by the name of SHEPHERD'S PATENT SPECIFIC OINTMENT, (formerly Judkins’,) When I first made and prepared this Ointment, and had, in 3-vera! instances, experienced its good eftects, I it to several physicians, with instructions in what rases to appH it, who were of opinion that tne Oint ment would be a valuable public benefit. I concluded that the Ointment would occasionally fall into many hand*, some of whom would probably undertake to ,rake it, and knowing the difficulty of the process - ne vertheless, it might be propagated in this auuherated state, as it nii^UUn some degree resemble the or,gi. - -,u.i in this way its good effects would be oblitera te 1 Under these considerations, I secured the origi nal u . i certain remedy for those obstinate diseases, some of which have so long baffled the skih o» me dical science: . . . i ;t White swellings of every description! :M Sore ie;i» and ulcers of long standing, . . schirrus or glandulat tumors, particui&r.v those h .rJe-tedtumor5 in woman’s breasts, wliich oltcntimes terminate in ulcci&ted cancers; 1m Felons; or whatsome people know oy thenarne of ;tarrh>, of ev\ry description. 5th Kheumatic pains of tiie joints; Sprains and bruises of every description, or hi whatever part situated; ••Mi Fetters of all kinds. In this complaint the pa • on in applying the ointment, must keep the part outuf water; H*h Chilbliainsor partsafiecled by foost. M is ,>N:» one of the best remedies for burns and se;dds. It eases the pain end draws the fire cut in a s * '> t lin.c. , _ , , / r ;v!;nc'.h swelled breasts and gl induiar swel j. :c :s su;'crsor to any tne liciue yet known to tlie rv -d;c>d facultv. It is much safer than mercurial ap ty .►.1>fVJ> (as »» does not contain the smallest atom of :,rcn>*ra ion of the mineral,) because it does not - \‘ie patient liable to injury ft ora exposure to cold. ;' iHument has cured sores of many years stand \< hLle n si npussible or imprudent to heal the .» si s>r<*, in consequence of the bones becoming nii *r f ■ n, it will stop the progress of the canes, i .u-e the quantity of discharge, remove the olFen t-vo smell, and ease the pains. it cures the worst Felons and Whitlows, on applies* t.on of forty-eight hours. FPe f <!l ,w'r.g notices on this may suffice-— \lexasihua, February 26, 1835 Phis r.'.ijv 'truly that l have, for a long lime, been Med, at dunes, with attacks of Gout or Ulieuma ^ j., n.rt tMet or oilier parts of the body, from which l nave d.v*\ s found relief by using Ur dudkins’s Fa M-nt Soechc Ointment, (now called Shepherd’s) pre • aredbv dr Charles Herstons, of Frederick I own, M ,r land, in tne manner prescribed in the printed di rections. I have taken pleasure in spreading the knowledge of this valuable remedy, believing it to be one of the best of all the Patent Medicines, and by my advice, several persons who were afflicted with pains like my own used U with great benefit. UHAULKS McKNlGUT. Washington City, 11th Sept. 1835. iloctot \\\ 0union: Sir—I now undertake to do what 1 should have done long since. Two or three years my wile was afflicted with what the Doctors call carbuncles on her back, and her sutt'erings irom which, for two months, were beyond all description: they broke, at different times, into from fifty to one hundred holes, and xv h n the cores were extracted, and the skin cut oil, the places became one large sore, about six inches in circumference, and were then an inch in depth. She was attended by one of the first J'hysirians in this City, and various remedies were tried without rendering he'' any relief, or preventing the sores from increasing in size to such a degree, that we became seriously appre hensive that she could not survive much longer. A fiiend calling to see her one day, and advis ing the use of Judkins’s Ointment, l procured some, and, however incredible it may appear, yet such is the fact, two plasters effected a per fect cure. Yours, respectfully, G. CUANDELL. New-Market, Feb. 21, 1833 Mr. lb rstons: Sir—1 bought an article in 13al • rimore having the name of Judkins’s Ointment. 1 sold some of it, that was returned tome, not being good. It is true, it had not your name on the laihe round the pot which 1 now understand is on the genuine article, as made by you.— This is to give notice that the public maybe Guarded against an imposition of the kind.— Yours, &c. A. 1. BARNEY. Dr. Drish, a Druggist in Leesburg, Va. inform ed the subscriber, that three persons had each obtained from him a pot of Judkins's Ointment, (not of the subscriber’s make.) After having tried it, they found it was not good, and return ed it to him. Messrs. L. IL T. Lowndes, merchants, Cumber land, Md. Gentlemen: As Mr. llerstuns’ agents fur the sale of Dr. Wm. Judkins’s patent specific oint ment, l would inform you, that last summer l a as afllictcd with a sore leg—the fame of Jud kins's Ointment induced me to get a jug ol it— hat it happened not to be of Mr. lierston’s make. I used it according to the printed directions, but mv leg kept getting worse. Mr. Herston’s, travelling to the west stopped at my house, during the time, on looking at the eminent l had, lie"in mediately pronounced it ot of his make, and furnished me with one uich was. On opening and smelling it, I was sensible of me ditierence, although it looked 1 ke it. 1 then applied the ointment he gave me to my leg; it became in a state of amendment on rising the first plaster, and so continued until t got quite ell. This ointment is certainly very valuab e, and it w oul l be a pity it should be lost to the public, t>v a counterfeit article bearing the name, and teiug ot genuine. WM. K. NEWMAN. Cumberland, Md. May 21, 1831. \h\ i Herstons,proprietor of Shepherd’s P.S. Ointment, (formerly Judkins's,) near Frederick i ;y Md. 'O-PILES. * 'loro leaving lioonsboro’, 1 had heard much of an article, in which you appear before the public as pioprietor, named Herston’s Judkin's p specific Ointment, made by C. Herston near Frederick, Md., and of its decided efficacy in cures on p rso vri '. whom I am‘ ^Vf*?tj quainted. Since my residence n Baltimore, it has performed a cure on a friend ofmineamnt-, ed with piles. Having myself been a sufferer for some years with this distressing disease I now unhesitating applied your ointment in my own case, and am gratiiied that I can say it made a perfect cure. '• A- “EM a. I thereby certify, that l was for many months j afflicted most grievously with the tetter upon: both ofmy heels, causing openings large enough to admit a person’s finger. 1 tried various re medies in vain, when l was induced to try Jud kin’ Ointment, and was cured by the use of a single box. I am anxious that others, similarly alliicted, may avail themselves of so valuable a remedy. ROBERT 1‘ULION. Charlestown, Dec. 10, 1S29. Having had much experience, for many years, in making this Ointment, anti being concerned , in the patent right, the public have a right to be cautioned against imposition and, in oidei to etfcc this, and to secure to them the genuine ar ticle, it has been though advisable, as above sta ted, to use the authority granted by Mr. shep herd, and to call it after the proprietors own 1 name. , The following will bo hereafter attadved to cat h pot—“ SHEPHERD'S RA h A 1SI L • Cine 0/.YVV/.\y, (formingly Judkins,) made and sold, wholesale and retail, by C. HEUSTONS,near Frederick, Md. To more fully guard the public, (the proprie tor’s ) C. Hendon’s name will appear in his own hand-writing, written through the circle outside the ointment pot. To be sold wholesale and retail, by, Du. GUN TON. Druggist, Pennsylvania Avenue, Wash in a ton. FAQ,UMAR Druggist, Penn. Avenue Messrs. JAMES do do F. HOWARD Seven Building’s E. FERRIS, G eorgetown. Letters post paid, directed to the Proprietor, 0. HERSTONS, Frederick City, Maryland, will be attended to. The above article, is offered for sale by the subscriber. A large profit allowed to country d« skis who purchase to sell again. WILLIAM STABLER, ;; mo 10— ly Asrent for Alexandria. IIYG El AN PiLLS. SSHLUAM S VABLER, Cnemis! and Drug 7 7 gist, Alexandria, general agent for the saie of L>r. Ralph’s I.upkovt.d IIygkian Pills, respect fully states that he is enabled to supply this Medi cine to the public and his mercantile connection, upon the same terms that the General Office at New York supplies them,—a liberal discount being made to retail merchants. For a descrip tion oftlie qualities of these pills, he refers to the following advertisement of Doctor l^alph, viz:— “The very general demand for Dr. Ralph s Ilygrian Pills, can only bo accounted for by reason of the unexampled benefit and cures which thousands have experienced from their use. Moreover, they are founded on the wis dom and experience of the British College oi Physicians and Surgeons, of London: and are recommended by the writings and practiced Sir Astley Cooper, Mr. Abernethy, and Dr. Babing tor.; as well as by the the greater part oftlie more eminent practitioners of England and the Con tinent. The limits of an advertisement will not allow ofentering upon an explanation of the principle on which this medicine is suited to so many dif ferent complaints. It must suffice to mention, that each package oftlie pills contains three boxes, two of which are gently opening, with a strengthening quality combined, adapted to the most feeble constitutions; while the other is pur gative, but more or less so according to tiie dose. , Thus, by varying these Pills, and altering the I doses agreeable to the directions given, it is as tonishing to witness the number ofdiseases which are cured or much alleviated by them; while there is no disease whatever which can possibly be injured by their use. They contain no mer 1 cury. and may be taken without the inconveni ences or caution which other medicines gene rally require. The particular diseases in which their efficacy lias been proved and tested, in ma ny thousand individual cases, are the following:— ! Dyspepsia, and the whole of those numerous maladies which arise from habitual constipation of the bowels; Apoplexy, and all affections of the head; Gout; Rheumatism; Scrofula, with every species of Salt Rheum and Disorder of the Skin; threatening Consumptive Cough; Liver Diseases, whether the effect of intemperance or hot climate; Fever and Ague; Common Fever, Occ.; Inflammations; Cholera Morbus, &c.; Jaun dice; Dropsy; Piles; Gravel; Gleet, and certain other complaints of the Urinary and Genital or gans, &c. &c. This medicine is also eminently useful in the whole class of disorders peculiar to the female constitution, especially in Nervous and Ilyste, rival disorders, Epileptic Fits, St. Vitus’s Dance &.c. vfcc.; Sick Head Ache, certain obstructions, sexual weakness, &c. In smaller doses, it may be relied on as the best and safest medicine in pregnancy, and for the common disorders of children. The directions given with these Pills are re markably plain and particular—the proper dose and management of them being carefully men tioned under the head of each disorder separately Jos. Ralph, M. D., Graduate of the university ol Edinburgh; Member of the ltoyal College ofSurgeons London; Lecturer on Midwifery and the Diseases of Women and Children, &c. and author of the “Domestic Guide to Me dicine.” N\ B. Dr. Ralph's Domestic Guide is a little volume designed for the use of every family, particularly those residing in the country. It is i written in the plainest manner, and is intended to enable individuals, both male and female, to undertake the management of their own com plaints with safety and success. The price is very low, being only 50 cents, though neatly bound in boards,&c. Indeed the object of its publication is rather with a view of spreading useful knowledge on disease, than of any proft arising from its sale. Joskpii Ralph, M. D. Forsale by JAMES H. HAMILTON, Leesburg. WM. STABLER, 3mo21 —ly Alexandria, D.C. [Leesburg Genius of Liberty.]_ | PATENT ROPE MAKING. IN returning my thanks for the patronage I j have received. I wish to inform my friends, and the public, that I am prepared at all times to i execute orders in my line; such as Gangs of rig ging, Cables Towlines Seine Rope Trace Rope] Leading Lines Bed Cords Packing Yarn for steam engines "With a general assortment of all kinds of Rope of Russia or Manilla Hemp. Distant or country friends will receive my particular at-p tewtion. JOSIAH H. DAVIS, june 2 To Rheumatic Invalids! ] PERSONS suffering under Rheumatic Atlection are | respectfully assured that they can optain of the ; proprietor and his agents a safe and admirable reme j dy for Rheumatism, however obstinate the disor er may be, and in all its different stages. Or. .1 ebb's iAMmentl will afford immediate relief to the patient, sometimes been attended with such “en cess as to cure the most distressing eu,. ■ twenty four hours, even when of years stand'"B' . l-l.is highly valuable Liniment ts Vith a confidence founded on the experience of n» nv years, not only as a cure for that excruciating dis ease, but as an excellent application for Stiffness of the Joints, Numbness, Sprains, Chilblains, &c. (This article is considered so superior to every thing else, and to possess such uncommon virtues, that it is oidt-red from all parts of the country ] 07 An Agent recently writes: - Please send me a further supplv of Jcbb’s Liniment the first oppo t>—I shall probably sell a considerable quantity, as it is recommended by some ot our physicians very tig ly, although contrary to their rules and regulations n give encouragement to such (or. patent) me icines. Hut is a most decided proof of their confidence in its invaluable properties , Another agent writes: “l wish vou -urwat me some more of Jebb’s Liniment, winch has reemnmen editself very highly.” l’rice 50 cti,rs H botUe/ The Painftda.nUietitHlating Complaint of THE PILES Receives immediate relief, and in numerous instances has been thoroughly cured, by ihe administration ot UUMFRI E S ’ It E M E 1) Y F 0 R a?” TfiSE FSLES. refills apnrove-l compound ah>o mitigates anti re* flL moves the symptoms which frequently accompa ny that disorder,*and increase the danger ot the pa ! tit.nt, viz: pains in loins, headache. loss of appetite, indigestion, and other marks ot debility A relieved patient writes from a distance: «• It is but justice to inform you, that 1 have used vour Dumfries* Remedy for the Riles tor some timt past, arid have fuitnd it eminently successful.** The remedy »s quite innocent, and mav be an minis* tered to all ages and both sexes. Riant and ample di rections. with a description of the complaint, acconv pany each p »ck*»ge, which cnuiists ot two boxts, one containing an Ointment, and the other an fchcluary. Price $1 for both articles, or 50 cents where but } one is wanted. THE TOOTH ACME. rr^liSS ago.n.zing disorder is cure t in its m s: p-au.fu! stages, by one of the m >st simple as v*ell a:, pow erful remedies known in modern practice 1 ne CAM BUSAN TOOTH ACHE PiM.S afford instant relief, without inflicting the slightest m iury on the teeth I’hey are applied externa l) to the ^larts aff’ecteu, with the grcaUst ease and e>pruition, and generaliv operate as a soothing lemtiNe to the suffering patient. 1’iice 50cents a oox. 3 Dyspepsia OF most obstinate character, after I lav ng O-meu the skill of the most eminent physician*, and withstood the most highly recommended medical pre parations, has been checked, relieved, and cured, m a number or instances in and about tins city, b> using, for a snort tune. Dr Hf.lfe’s T,r% ■ VEQETAI5LE SPECIFIC, ANi) AM LBl LIOUS FILLS. in connexion, according to the directions accompany ing the Specific It is also on- of the oe.t medicn.es known for Sick Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Nausea, and Flatulences. Price ofthe Specific and Pills, 5C cents each. Debilitated Females! r8^11 K complaints peculiar to the female pari of the !L community, ha\e been long successfully treated by the administration of the Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and compounded by Dr Kelfe They cleanse the blood from those disorders ofthe female constitution, for which the pills are an effectual speci fic; the) restore a free circula’ion, reform the irregular operations ofthe sanguferous system, 8nd rectify the disordered habits. The proprietor’s confidence in the superior excellence of this equally innocent and pow erful preparation, is founded on the most decisive tes timony from many restored patients He can assure this portion ofthe public, that when DR. REI.FE’SAROMATIC FILLS FOR FEMALES are regularly taken, according to the directions, ac companying them, they revive un/l establish the desir ed healthy habits, and restore to the pallid counte nance the natural glow of health and good spirits Married ladies will find the nil’s equally useful, ex cept incases of paegnanev, when they must not be taken; neither must they be taken by persons of hec tic or consumptive habits. They may be used success fully bv either men or women in all Hypochondriac, Hysteric or Vapourish disorders. In all eases of this description, the pills purify, invigorate, and revive the disordered system. Price f l 30 a box. I *#* None genuine un esssigned on theoutside pnn tfd wrapper by the sole proprietor. T. KidJtr, imme diate successor to the late Dr. T. Conway. For sale, j with all the other “ Conway Medicines,” at* his Coun ting Hoorn, No. 99, next dour to J. Kidder’s Drug Store, corner of Couit and Hanover street?, near Con-J cert Hall, Boston THOMPSON KIDl) Kit. I And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STAHLKK, ian 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria. i * * Lar‘*e discounts to those who buy to sell again. | DUMFRIES’ Itch Qmtment! i fK extensive sa'e aiu.i established reputation of £ Dumfries’Itch Ointment, encourages the propr. 1 elorto recommend it with renew* d confidence tothe j public, as a most innocent as well as powerful tpplica tion for this annoy ingdisease The most inveterate cases have been runois onk hour! by this esteem ed Ointment. It contains no mercury, or otju r noxi ousingredient, and may be confidently applied even to the youngest children, or to pregnantfemales.— Price 37$ cents. • • None genuine unless signeo on the outside print ed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, inline* j diate successor to the late Or. W V Conway. For le,with all the other “ Conway Medicines,” at his ! Counting Hoorn, No-99, next door to J. Kidder’s Drug Store corner of Court and Hanover streets, near Con cert lull, Boston THOMPSON KIDD Ell. And also, by his special appointment, by \VM. STABLEH, Fairfax street, Alexandria. 1 • • Large discounts to those who buy to sell again. I CABINET. CHAIR AND SOFA MANUFAO TORY. LEONARD O. COOK respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has removed to the south side of King street, between Columbus and Washington streets, in the house formerly occupied by Pharos Throop, where he still continues to manufacture all kinds of Cab'net Furniture: and also informs them that he has on hand at present, and intends at all times to keep, a full assortment of the best Furniture, made by the best workmen, and of the neatest fashions; winch he will warrant equal, if not superior, in quality to any e\ er of fered in the District, and which he will sell low for Cash or a liberal credit to punctual persons. And he hopes, by his punctuality and attention to business, to secure a poition of the public patronage. . Old Furnitme neatly repaired and handsome y varnished. , . TURNING handsomely executed and at the shortest notice. iy 15—tt NEW DRY GOODS—CHEAP. I WASHINGTON T. HARPER, two doors below the Franklin Hotel, has received . and is now opening, an unusual large as»or ment of Foreign and Domestic \ FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. Anticipating from the general appearance of things, that Alexandria will be, and that spee dily, a flourishing commercial and manufactur ing town, unanimity, and ahead we must go.-— In view of this he has taken unusual pains in the selection of his floods as regards quality, style, and cheapness, and can say with confl dence he will offer them on as good terms as they can he had in Baltimore, and with but few exceptions, as cheap as they have been sold for . some time back — (call and see. and if I do not, don’t purchase them.) The assortment consists in oart of the following— ; Cloth a. Blue, black, brown, grey, fawn, drub, green, in visible do , cadet mixed, napoleon violet Sup. milled and twilled drab do for over-coats, grey do, not to be bought cheaper than I will sell them Casimerrs. Blue, black, green, drab, and f.Ujier'CitofS ' Elastic cable cg^d^lmckskin and striped do | —' Nestings. | Silk velvet, cotton do, swansdown and other I vestings Flannelh. Double and single width white, red, yellow, green and figured flannells HIankels old fashioned. i 13, 12, 11, 10. and 9 4 heavy rose i 13, 12. and 114 Whitney, a prime article for a cold night Infant’s crib rose do A large quantity point and striped do. cheap • Saddle do. Merinos. ; French, English German 6-1 very cheap some handsome Fawn, brow n, green, purple and black colors 3 4 Circassians, veiy cheap i Merino gro de naps, a new article for dresses Cassini tls and Fad Linseys. ; 100 nieces in quality, from the worst to the best double miliM article, all colors Linsevs, striped and plain Flushings, coatings and negro cloth Mohair coating, a new article for box coats Floor baize Men’s caster, beaver, ribbed, worsted and cotton gloves O Ci til on FI an nefs. Red, w bite, brown and drab London swan skin, a new article for drawers and shirts Ribbed lamb wool shirts and drawers Do mi stirs. Colored plaid and striped (heavy) Ticking and check do. Pleached and unbleached do. 3 4. 1 8. 4 1 and 5 4 Padding, white and black S;*ool and ball cotton, all nos. Threads, tapes and pin* Elastic, web and cotton suspenders (’oiton handkerchiefs Cotton and linnen burlaps all numbers Silk and cotton umbrellas Oil cloths (handsome patterns) Irish linen, lawn Ilemstich and plain linen cambric hdks. silk do Chec’d jackonet and mull muslins and cumin ics Ladies Kid Gloves all sizes and very cheap Colored and w hite skirts Worsted, mohair, silk and cotton, ribbed, ami plain stockings Plack and colored silks. White sattins and Florences Shawls and fancy hddfs Cheneit Shaw Is very pietty. ! With all other articles to be met w ith in a well assorted Dry Goods Establishment, all of which I will sell by the piece or yard, for cash or to none others than punctual customers. sept 12 — If __1 SUGARS, TEA, COFFEE, &c., &c. NOW receiving per Schooners Victory and Alexandria, from New York: 28 hhds Porto Rico and St. Croix Sugars .30 hbls White Rrazil and Porto Rico do 4000 lbs Loaf and Lump do 85 bags Rio and old white Java Coffee 45 half chests Gunpowder, Imperial and Young Huson Teas, part of extra tine quality 25 boxes and cases Gunpowder and Imp do 40 boxes prime Goshen Cheese 10 cases pine apple do 1000 lbs No. I Rock Candy;—preserved Gin ger, in cases , 25 boxes best Plug Tobacco. 12s 2000 lbs No 1 Cavendish Tobacco 30 doz Corn P.rooms arid Whisks 15 boxes Poland Starch 1 ceronn best Spanish Float Indigo 10 boxes No 1 Chocolate 50 lbs Jujtil e Paste 100 boxes Rosin Soap and Candles 150 reams Cap and Letter Paper 100 do Wrapping Paper K»0 doz fancy Shaving Soap 20 boxes do do 50 doz bottles London Mustard 45 casks French Muscat. Malaga and Slier ... ' i rv u inos 10 baskets superior Champagne (Jo . On Hand, 100 sacks Liverpool Blown Salt 115 barrels Nett and Gross Herrings 9 bales So ft Shell Almonds 112 hags Philadelphia Shot, assorted Dupont’s Powder, in kegs; Cloves; Cinnamon Drown and Loaf Sugars; Coffee; Teas British Blacking; black Ink; Kpsom Salts Raisins; Cigars; Bed Cords; Leading Lines Scotch and Rappee Snuff; Chipp’d Logwood Allspice and Pepper; Nutmegs; Mace Gold and Pale Sherry, Old Madeira, Sicily. Port, and L P Tenerife W ir.es Madder; Alum; Ground and Race Ginger Saltpetre; Brimstone, —together with all other articles usually kept in a Grocery Stoic; ail of which is offered on as accommodating j terms as can be had in Baltimore or this DL* j trict. Purchasers, generally, are respectfully ; requested to call and examine for themselves. WILLIAM N. McVKIGH, j ai]rr ]7 Prince Street W harf. * CAS.H FOR 500 NEGROES, I NCLUDING both sexes from 12 to 25 years of a^e. Persons having likely servants t> dispose of, will find it to their interest to give us a call, as we will give higher prices in cash than any other purchaser who is now or mav hereafter come into this market. dec 29 FRANKLIN & ARM FI ELD. TO LET. a-v At a low rent, the Frame Building (for jfj^mcrly occupied as a Sumac Factory.) near Irwin’s Brewery. It is 23 feet front and 117 feet deep, being well calculated for storing a large quantity of goods, &c. sept 12 JOSIAH H. DAVIS. JOB PRINTING Of every description; neatly done at this Office. C7“ PhNU .Mention! 19 retpectfully solicited by the subscriber, to is , valuable preparation, the merits of which h*. been tested by time, and are sustained by undotw testimony DR. RRLFE'S Botanical Drops! are every year increasing their long establishes r t&tion. Thev have outlived many rival preparation, and are continually gaining upon public confidence ' The Botanical Drops lia\e been successfully U'lrr r istered for mam years, as a thorough remedy for \[v well known and prevalent class of imeter.te dise»«*, which originate from a vitiated habit of body, or *r. \t. reditarv predisposition in the patient, and generally appear under the various and distress ng shapesef ' | Scrofula, Salt Hheum, Leprosv.St Anthony's y:re Fever Sores. White Swellings, Scurvy, Foci at.r} ih stinate Ulcers, Sore Legs and K>>s, Scald Head s * i Venereal Faint. | In the last mentioned condition « f the system. ^ I Botanical Drops will be found to erad cate the j, I ing poison, where mercury 1-ss totally failed.sr.d tL, ! prevent the patient from eatailmg the seeds if ari|r. ' reditary disease on his offspring Dr. Helfe’s Botanical Drops are successfully used ,r c&se« t'f ’vr.lml V nip trims alter the ncadt«-f(.| bhitches—pimples on the face— ftstering erir ti. ys,n the skin—and other diseases of tl e extern.! M;rhcf and are on** of the best Spring ar.«l Auhhmu.1 pit* known, to free tlie system irom Fun on ! A nh\sician of err.intnc*, who had wtr.ts* <’ p f. | ficacy of this arliclt-, h »«1 tlie Candor riant ' t< .(i i nowled. e to the proprietor, that he cinvdin , j best medicine known, for tin* con,pi»ii u j r w 1 , | is intended, and that it ong';’ ;lotrui v tc >• r „* ; the head or the whole cVs < I such ren t<! • I price /I a bottle, o- 6 bottles h-r f 5. ; WHITE TEETH! AND HEAL'! HV cvx > rgltlOSK w Iio would retain or rts»<ri tin •« «*r*v, ' i persona! advantages nrr as-mu; i'o c< n » ! sition can hr obtained m \ error t ti e i HR1TISH ANTISEPTIC DENTUIFK V. This is an elegant and pleasant pn p .i.it < h i < i, r respect, and has, for many tear j u t. g 'cr» t.: : satisfaction w be lever it ba% I ten n>t <i The Antiseptic Ihntrifice ♦ xeri.p* fr» n. ar.d, >. other dcleterinu* ingredients, v !m h t«o fu<;< «ny J enter the composition of tnihpwtt > m <«nrro use, and it wh tens ti e e na it e i of tin t ♦«111 u d | t doing it the !e»‘t injury, 'flu ngu'ai i>- <1 't . mired pov der. b\ punt> 1i g t i e moot h aiu. j ■«'«i' i > i i he accumulation ot tai t an, < J el a Its as :1 • i to ; - vontive of the Tooth Ache i !•« Ilrn'.nfici un<\.« discolorations, and rt s»or« s the m aut lid iul lit ss of the enamel A* »’s a| plic.-.t.t r ! rat e** tni j strengthens ih< Gun s, i* strures to t! < n ti tn Ita>i% j and florid hue, and, h> removing all <ft«:v\ t. r j sccuniulatmr.s tn n. tlu teeth. pi» *-t tus :l % ;.>,i • ; suettoesw of the breath I’m' 5Ureivs * ** one genuine unless s’gneo • n t f * • "t * • * * ■> ’ ed w rap/pi r hv the wile proprietor, I K-iVci n n< diate successor to the late lii f * < i wa I 'sale, with ali the oih« r * * < < n" a' V i1 icuu • I Counting Koorr, No 99. next door *o J K-ooi r ■ It x : Store. C»;ntT of l!ourl ami H ai.over st i ♦ e v i r t • t, ; Cl rt Ii»;i, Itoston I HOMI'SON Kil t Mt And, bv l-.is sp«ci.l appointment, h> \\ \\ c pa HI F. H, Fairfax street. Ah xh; • ^• j,i4»‘ge discount to those w ho bu\ to scu •* v"om. O'oissumption! I.Mhiiia! S’ Catarrh! 8\ that long tr»m of diseases winch s* em to pro* with the growth of civilized society, Coi.miii j-ti' n tikes the lead in its rcdei.tirss inroad- upon lurm life; y et his dreadful disorder is eas.ly ou ret rre in n> earlier stages. It is only when ni gh cteo that ■! ;r rives at the terrific maturity which so ofu n baftics t|e sagacity of professional science An obstinau rough is the customary forerunner of the pulmonary an sumption Improper neglect in the timely adrrinu iration of simple and salutary remedies, is suie to !e reproved by a dreadful succession of coumitt.jt»ve symptoms- oppression of tbe brens'; greenidi kni bloody spittle; ulcerated lungs and hectic fever; sfr. veiled extrernt ties, and gtneial tmaciaOo/j of tfe whole body; prostration of strength; fins! ttl checks; swollen feet Ki.d legs; and at last, in tbe lull posw*. sionof the mental faculties, and while hope stdi pa pers h'*r flattering tale—cold extiemities, and if*, mature death. For the various stages of this complaint, ore ol the most ar*provt d r« niedies e\ c r \ 11 d»scoye»e<l j* DIC. UKLFK’S ASTHMATIC PILLS. This exceedingly powerful, and yet equally safe»r. • imocent preparation, has eflected thorough ami r>;- - cons upon patients supposed to hay e been aujsnc ed i *1 a confirmed Consumption, a no w ho ln» ye e» ed the appearances which usually indicate a l&tju hr* ruination ol !he di-order. As ihe Fills require in ordinary cases no CM.hu* meiit, they n a\ be adminn-tered with conlbh nee »ul safety to all ages and clashes of people. 1 iiexanpf*'* su cc* ss h h *• hit bet to attended their admur.stra,:i great vanetv of cave-; aort the ; roprielur can rthr u. a multitude, which trstify to their t fticacy in re»w ll.f emacia'ed vie' it* t»*om the bed of disease and rt stotM.i; trill: to the blessing- c>» r.ccu-tomed tei-iil.art activity r pr,c» fi torwIioA ‘v.xtsol iO ptl.s and 5<- ctMtiu »IKif do of 12 pills, with directions. Mbian Ocrn Plaster! g i. I- \ .!)ion Corn Placer ( i s «!■* corn, I.' »'v^ g ,)M Mls,| tough, ill i extracts it to 'he vtrv r« I The rebel afford, cl is gentle, unmedate. and rough . lie proprietor begs leave to submit tin case, from Mr Slowed, v lu» is vm •! hn*»vi. tf 't* | habitant•< ol tins city, especial!) at tin K * South Boston, as * verv w*.rl!»> ami r»spif a zen:— A Case Siu ! d not hesi'utt ti give n» rr.o- '*• f* approbation in favor ol y«*ur ‘ Plante r B) the use ol Its** than a t o>. V l» • w has been cmed of a o m on t sci • f *, ^» •' ■ exceedingly trot.bits* r? e *«>»! l a;M» • f»r K>'' '. think it but justice to ) < ur in' aou.i l p *! s " add, (for the tucoun-geii ent ol t!uu I o, ' ^ ^ repeated disappmi H?.t Ms m the \ rot:' ’tf! ' f sorted to, have final!) c.!fspt*»r«d • t a f * ’ t . ' ,, Plaster cur^d lit r c*ri.s, alter tiwng other * cornnien .ed remedies *o no [•*> p'-st‘; ’T ll ^ creases im confidence in the superior.t\ cf} ‘'‘*r :er. is thelact, that H has been used h) ^ltPl neighbors vi ith eciua 11 * good success 'f!t j *5KTt ''TOWALL, Keeper of the Toll house, irouili Bosh" hr" Mr I Kimeh Proprietor of »he Conus) Boston, Jiiik 17th, lb‘9 • #* !‘r»cc 50 cents. SORE AND INFLAMED EYES studious, tilt* u e*klv, slid (> lorn, * ‘ A troubled with soreness or infUmwa'i' i * ' , delicate organ, w rli be able to obtain a m<*f i f*‘‘ ' and invaluable application, in DUMFRIES’ (tr BYE WATER! I his well established Wash for the F>e i> p(''c' ■ innocent, and gives immediate rein 1, ew n ,r Vrf.‘ gravaien Cast s of soreness ana influn iratif »i. Price 25 cents ! *#* None genuine unless signed on the outside f |fed wrapper by t; e sole proprietor, T Kidilcler, ^ mediate successor to the late i)r. W T Cent**) ' sale, with ail the other “ Conway Medicine*.” >r : 5 Counting Boom, No. 99, next door to J Kidder's 1 rf Store, cornt rof Court and Hanover streets 1 *"r[ ’f' cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON And also, by his special appointment, t>v WM. SMld Ub jan 24] Fairfax street, Aie*a<*. r* \ Larg ount to fhow w h< bu> to soil afi*1*