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BEWARE OF IMPOSITION. Kicbmobd, Va- July 15, 18*>0. * W \S ibe origin*! discoverer of Judkins' Ointment' 1 „J ,0\e proprietor of the patent from Sept'r. 1817. . n til the expiration of the same. but, having conne , edrovselfwith Dr. Judkin. in the commencement m»rrnitted the Ointment to bear his name. The term of the patent having expired on the 26th June, I hav e made an improvement in the same, and taken oot a p • tent thereon. N. SH BPHfe.RU (TT Imposition having been practised upon the puo lie by a spurious article, bearing the name of “ Jud kins* Ointment,” the proprietor availa himself ot toe authority granted to him in his letters patent, now ® ! c*ll the Ointment after his own name, Henceforth it: will be known by the name of j SHEPHERD’S PATENT SPECIFIC, OINTMENT, (formerly Judkins’,) When 1 first made and prepared thia Ointment, and had. in several instances, experienced its good effects, f sent it to several physicians, with .nstrucuons.n -ha cases to apply it, who were of opinion that the Oint ment woukl be a valuable public benefit. I ^eluded that the Ointment would occasional!) tall llrt0 hands, some of whom would probably undert*ke t make it, and knowing the difficulty of the process-ne- . vertheless.it might be propagated in tins adu tera ed state, as it might in some degree resemble the ongi nal—and in this way it* good effects would be: oblitera- , ted Under these considerations, I secured the origi nal and certain remedy for those obstuute diseases, some of which have so long baffled the skih of me dical science: . . j 1st White swellings of every description! 2d Sore legs and utcersoflong standing, 3d Schirrus or glandular tumors, particularlythose | hardened tumors in women’s breasts, which oftentimes terminate in ulceiated cancers; . 4th Felons; or whatsome people know by the name of catarrhs, of every description. 5th Uheunvitic pains ot the joints; 6th Sprains and bruises of every description, or i n whatever part situated; . 7th Tetters of allkinds. In this complaint the pa tient, in applying the ointment, must keep the part out of water; , r 8th Chilblains or partsaffected by frost. U is also one of the best remedies for burns and ; scalds. It eases the pain and draws the fire out in a For women's swelled breasts and glandular swel- . li es, it is superior to any medicine yet known to the medical faculty. It is much safer than mercurial ap-. pications. (as it does not contain the smallest atom of anv preparation of the mineral,) because it does not j lay the patient liable to injury from exposure to cold. , This Ointment has cured sores of many years stand- j in Where it is impossible or imprudent to heal the j external sore, in consequence of the bones becoming i carious or rotten, it will stop the progress of the canes, increase the quantity of discharge, remove the often-; tive smell, and ease the pains. It cures the worst Felons and Whitlows, on applies tion of forty-eight hours. The following notices on this may suffice:— \le*ahduia, February 26, 18j5. This may certify that 1 have, for a long time, been , afflicted, at times, with attacks of Gout or Kheuma- i tiro in the feet or other parts of the body# from which , 1 nave always found relief by using Dr Judkins's Fa-. tent Specific Ointment, (now called Shepherd's) pre- | pared by Mr Charles llerstona, of Frederick Town, ! Midland, in the manner prescribed in the printed di- j rcctions. 1 have taken pleasure in spreading the j knowledge of this valuable remedy, believing it lobe j one of the best of all the Patent Medicines, and by my i advice, several persons who were afflicted with pains j |,ke my own used it with great benefit. cuaules Mcknight. Washington Guy, 11th Sept. 1835. Doctor \\\ (J ant on: Sir— 1 now undertake to | do what I should have done long since. Two | or three years my wife was aliiicted with what i the Doctors call carbuncles on her back, and j her sufferings irom which, for two months, were i beyond all description: they broke, at different j times, into from til'ty to one hundred holes, and j when’ the cores were extracted, arid the skin cut j off, the places became one large sore, about six | inches in circumference, and were then an inch j in depth. She was attended by one of the first j Physicians in this City, and various remedies I were tried without rendering her any relief, or j preventing the sores from increasing in size to J such a degree, that w e became seriously appre hensive that she could not survive much longer. A friend calling to see her one day, and advis ing the use of Judkins’s Ointment, 1 procured some, and, however incredible it may appear, yet such is the fact, two plasters effected a per fect cure. Yours, respectfully, G. CRANDELL. New-Market, Feb. 21, 1833 Mr. llerstons: Sir—1 bought an article in Bal timore having the name of Judkins’s Ointment. I sold some of it, that was returned tome, not being good. It is true, It had not your name on the lable 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. I. 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 w as not good, and return ed it to him. Messrs. L. <f- K. T. Lowndes, merchants, Cumber land, Md. Gentlemen: As Mr. Herstons’ agents for the sale of Dr. Wm. Judkins’s patent specific oint ment, I would inform you, that last summer 1 was afflicted with a sore leg—the fame of Jud kins’s Ointment induced me to get a jug of it— but it happened not to be of Mr. Herston’s make. I ufeed it according to the printed directions, but my leg kept getting worse. Mr. Herston’s, travelling to the west stopped at my house, during the time, on looking at the ointment 1 had, he in mediately pronounced it not of his make, and furnished me with one a inch was. On opening and smelling it, 1 was smsible of tne diflerence, although it looked hke it. 1 then applied the ointment he gave me to my leg; it became in a state of amendment on using the first plaster, and so continued until it got quite * ell. This ointment is certainly very valuab e, and U would be a pity it should be lost to the public, by a counterfeit article bearing the name, and oeing >ot genuine. W M. K. NEWMAN. Cumberland, Md. May 24,1831. Mr. C. Herstons,proprietor of Shepherd’s P.S. Ointment, (formerly Judkins's,) near Frederick City. Md. 13-PILES. batore leaving boonsboro’, 1 had heard much of an article, in which you appear before the nublic as proprietor, named Herston’s Judkin’s 1> Snecinc Ointment, made by C. Herston near Fr«d»*ck> Md., and of it* decided efficacy in cures on P rso wi’whom lam wcIUcm quainted. Since my resld^i" f m nS’ct hasDerformed a cure on a friend or mine amici ed w^h piles. Having myself been a sufferer for some years with this distressing disease I now unhesitating applied your ointment in my o wn case, and am gratified that l nerfect cure# l P I thereby certify, that I was for many months j afflicted most grievously with the tetter upon bath of my heels,'causing openings largeenough to admit a person’s finger. I tried various re medies in vain, when 1 wasinduced to try Jud kin’ Ointment, and was cured by the use of a single box. I am anxious that others, similarly afflicted, may avail themselves of so valuable a remedy. ROBERT 1ULTON. Charlestown, Dec. 16, 1829. Having had much experience, lor many yeai», in making this Ointment, and being concerned in the patent right, the public have a right to be cautioned against imposition—and, in order to effec; 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 proprietor s own lia-i’he following will be hereafter attached to eacl? p5-“ SHEPHERD'S PA TEXT SPE CIFIC OISTMENT, (fornnngly Judkins,) made and sold, wholesale and retail, by C. HERSTONS, near Frederick, Md. To more fully guard the public, (the proprie tor’s ) C. Herston’s name will appear in his own hand-writing, written through the circle outside the ointment pot. . 4 To be sold wholesale and retail, by, Dti. GUNTON, Druggist, Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington. FAQ.UHAR Druggist, Penn. Avenue Messrs. JAMES do do F. HOWARD Seven Building s E. FERRIS, Georgetown. Letters post paid, directed to the Proprietor, C. HERSTONS, Frederick City, Maryland, will be attended to. . The above article, is offered for sale by the subscriber. A large profit allowed to country dealers, who purchase to sell again. WILLIAM STABLER, 3 mo 10—Iy Agent‘for Alexandria. HYGEIAN PILLS. WILLIAM STABLER, Chemist and Drug gist, Alexandria, general agent for the sale of Dr. Ralph’s Improved Hygeian Pills, respect fully states that he is enabied 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 of the qualities of these pills, he refers to the following advertisement of Doctor Ralph, viz: “The very general demand for Dr. Ralph’s Hygeian Pills, can only be accounted for by reason of the unexampled benefit and cures which tnousands have experienced from their use. Moreover, they are founded on the wis dom and experience of the British College ol Physicians and Surgeons, of London: and are recommended by the writings and practice of Sir Astley Cooper, Mr. Abernethy, and Dr. Babing ton; as well as by the the greater part of the more eminent practitioners of England and the Con tinent. The limits of an advertisement will not allow of entering 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 of the 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 the dose. Thus, by varying these Pills, and altering the doses agreeable to the directions given, it is as tonishingto witnessthe number ol diseases wnicn 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 cury. and may be taken without the inconveni ences or caution which other medicines gene rally require. The particular diseases in which their efficacy has 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 speciesof Salt Rheum and Disorder of the Skin; threatening Consumptive Cough; Liver Diseases, whether the effect of intemperance or hotclimate; Fever and Ague; Common Fever, &c.; 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 Hyste, rical disorders, Epileptic Fits, St. Vitus’s Dance &c. &c.; 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 of Edinburgh; Member of the Royal College of Surgeons 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 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. Joseph Ralph, M. D. Forsale by JAMES H. HAMILTON, Leesburg. WM. STABLER, 3 mo 21—ly Alexandria, D.C. [Leesburg Genius of Liberty.]_ PATENT ROPE MAKING. IN returning my thanks for the patronage I have received, 1 wish to inform my friends and the public, that I am prepared at all times to 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 tention. . JOSTAH H. DAVIS, june 2 To Rheumatic Invalids! J PERSONS suffering under Rheumatic Attection are | respectfully assured that they can obtain of the • proprietor and his agents a aafe and admirable reme dy for Rheumatism, however obitinate the disorder may be,and in all it* different stages. nr. Jebb’s IAmment! will afford immediate relief to the patient, »nd has sometimes been attended with such e“™ord'n“yms'J.cn cess as to cure the most distressing Rheumatism in twenty four hours, even when ot y ears .gt an ding. This highly valuable Liniment is recommended vith a confidence founded on the experience of n a „y years, not only as a cure for that excruciating dis ease, but ssan excellent application for Stiffness of jointi, Numbness,Sprains, Chilblains, Sic. (This article is considered so superior to thing else, and to possess auch uncommon virtues, it is oidered from all parts of the country ] , ITT An Agent recently writes: •• Please send me a further supply of Jebb’s Liniment the ®r,t ”??or ty—I shall probably sell a conaiderable quantity, as it is recommended by some ot our physicians veryh.g^ ly. although contrary to their rule* and regulations t give encouragement to such (or. pxtent) roei • Hut is a moat decided proof of their confidence in invaluable properties . . Another agent writes: “ 1 wish you to forward me some more of Jebb’s Liniment, which has recommend ed itself very highly.” Price SO cents a bottle. The Painful and Debilitating Complaint of THE PILES Receive. immediate relief, and in numerous instance, has been thoroughly cured, by the administration o DUMFRIES’ REMEDY FOR c? the piles. , 1VMS approved compound also mitigates and re moves the symptoms which frequently accompa ny that disorder, and increase the danger ot the pa tient. viz: pains in loins, headache, loss of appetite, indigestion, and other marks of debility. A relieved patient writes from a distance: »• it is but justice to inform you, that 1 have used your Dumfries* Remedy for the Piles for some time past, and have found it eminently successful.* The remedy is quite innocent, and may be adminis tered to all ages and both sexes. Plain and ample di rections, with a description of the complaint, accom pany each package, which consists of two bo*es, one containing an Ointment, and the other an Klectuary. price $1 for both articles, or 50 cents where bat one is wanted. THE TOOTH ACHE. rlMUS agonizing disorder is cured m its m »st painful 1 stages, by one of the most simple as well as pow erf ill remedies known in modern practice I »e CAMBRIAN TOOTH ACHE PILLS .fiord inst.nl relief, without inflicting the slightest in jury on the teeth They »re applied externa..., to the parts .fleeted, with the greatest ease and expedition, and generally operate as .a soothing lenitive to the suffering patient. Piicc 50cents a oox. OF m^b»tinate*'clmracicr. alter having baffled the skill of tbe most eminent physicians, and withstood the most highly recommended medical pre parations, has been checked, relieved, and cured, in a number ot instances in and about tins city, by using, for a short tune, l)r. Kklfk's , VT, *, f VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, AND AN TI BI LIOCS PILLS. in connexion, according to the directions sccompapv ine the Specific It is also one of the best medicia.es known tor Sick Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Nausea, and Flatulences. Price of the Specific and Pills, 50 cents each. Debilitated Females* ^■1HR complaints peculiar to the lemale part of the IL community, have been long successfully treated by the administration of the Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and compounded by Dr Helfe. '1 hey cleanse the blood from those disorder* of the fema-e constitution, for which the pills are an effectual speci fic; the) restore a free circulation, reform the irregular operations of the sanguiferous s> stem, and 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 of the public, that when DR. RELFE’S aromatic pills for FEMALES are regularly taken, according to the directions, ac companying them, they revive and 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 pills equally useful, ex cept incases of paegnancy, 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 by either men or women in all Hypochondriac, Hysteric or Vapourish disorders In all cases ot this description, the pills purify, invigorate, and revive the disordered system. Price $1 50 a box. • None genuine un ess signed on theoutside pnn ted wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, imme diatesuccessor to the late Dr. T. Conway, horsale, with all the other “ Conway Medicines," at his Coun ting Hoorn, No. 99, next door to J. Kidder's Drug Store* corner of Court and Hanover streets, near Con cert Hall, Boston THOMPSON KIDDEU. And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLER, ;an 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria. • Large discounts to those who buy to sell again. DUMFRIES’ Itch Ointment! TilE extensive sa*e and established reputation of Dumfries'Itch Ointment, encourages the propri etorto recommend it with renewed confidence to the public, as a most innocent as well as powerful applies lion for this annoy mg disease The most inveterate cases have been cured ix oxehour! by this esteem ed Ointment It contains no mercury, or other noxi ous ingredient, and may be confidently applied even to the youngest children, or to pregnantfemales — Price 374 cents. . . .. • • None genuine unless signed on the outside print ed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T Kidder, imme diate successor to the late Dr. W. T Conway. For le with all the other “Conway Medicines," at Ins Counting Hoorn, No. 99, next door to J. Kidder's Drug Store corner of Court and Hanover streets, near Con cert Hall, Boston THOMPSON KIDDEU. And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLER, Fairfax street, Alexandria. • • Large discounts to those who buy to sell again. CABINET. CHAIR AND SOFA MANUFAC TORY. LEONARD 0. 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 Phares Throop, where he still continues to manufacture all kinds of Cabinet Furniture: and also informs them that he has bn hand at present, and intends at ail times to keep, a full assortment of the best Furniture, made by the best workmen, and of the neatest fashions; which he will warrant equal, if not superior, in quality to any ever 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 portion of the public patronage. . J , Old Furnituie neatly repaired and handsome, v varnished. . . .. ' TURNING handsomely executed and at the shortest notice, iV 15—tf JOHN H. BRENT | H* ft ;«,*f rpreived a large and general as-1 A.“ and winter dry I GOODS, consisting in part 01 Fine and superfine cloths-black, blue, brown daret gPreen, invisible green,Polish green, j forest green, Spanish fly, raven swing,. French grey, drab and mixed. French clcths-black, blue, invisible creen, raven’s wing, mixed and drab, some ble milled and double twilled: these cloths are of the most durable fabric and perma nenl colour. Black, drab, steel mixed, plain cassimeres Ribbed, striped and plaid cassimeres Bath beaver, a superior article for over coats Mohair coating, do do do Cassinets of all prices and qualities Kentucky jeans and flushings Duffil and point blankets Rose blankets, all sizes and qualities French blankets, fine and heavy Super Whitney and Mackinaw blankets Rogers and Medgety’s English flannel Welch flannel, various qualities Thibet flannel, soft as satin 44 twilled flannel; 6 4 merinos, assorted Gro (Je nap and crape merino Damask and watered moreen Lupin’s 6 4 soft merino bombazines Prints of all styles and qualities Highland and Tartan shawls Lamb’s wool, mohair, merino & worsted hose White, blk., col’d and unbleached cotton ho>e Silk and embossed velvets English and French silk hose and had hose Silk shirts; ottomans and table matts English long cloth shirting Checked Swiss mur‘ins and draperies Bishop lawn; garters; aprons Worked capes & collars; undressed gingham Yarn and worsteds, assorted Superfine and double super Enslish carpeting French carpeting; Manilla ditto Venitiancarpeting; printed floor cloths Tufted, Wilton, Brussels and French rugs Damask linen crumb cloths Linen stair covering; door matts With a general assortment of Domestic Cot ton Goods, negro clothing, umbrellas, buttons, bobbins, tapes, gloves, pins, handkerchiefs, sew ing threads, etc. etc. Also, dailij expect'd:—Lama wool, Thibet, Chain, Cashmere, silk, merino, damask, friend ly and other fancy shawls; Italian lustring, sin chew. gro urain, black silk, extra linen cambiic and hdkfs; English thread lace and edging; | bobbinet lace, edging and inserting, etc. etc*. The above goods are of ilie best faoric; they were carefully selected in different markets and purchased on the best terms; tl^y can be sold low. __ 20 NEW DU Y GOODS-CHEAP. WASHINGTON T. HAUPEU , two doors brlow the Franklin Hotel, has received and is now opening, an unusual large assort ment of Foreign and Domestic FALL AM) MISTER DRY GOODS. | Anticipating from the general appearance of ; things, that Alexandria w ill he, and that spee dily, a flourishing cuinmeicial and manufactur ing town, unanimity, and ahead we must go.— In viewr of this he has taken unusual pains in j the selection of his Goods as regards qualify,: style and cheapness, and can say with conti- j dence lie will offer them on as good terms as j they can be had in Baltimore, and with but few . exceptions, as cheap as they have been sold lor some time back-(cail and see. and if I do not, ; don’t purchase them.) The assortment consists ( in part ol the following— Cloths. , Blue, black, brown, grey, fawn, drab, green, in visible do., cadet mixed, napoleon violet i Sup. milled and twilled drab do for over-coats, grey do, not to be bought cheaper than 1 will sell them Casimeres. Blue, black, green, drab, and other colors Elastic cable cord, buckskin and striped do Vestings, Silk velvet, cotton do, swansdown .and other vestings Flu nnells. Double and single width white, red, yellow, green and figured flannells Blankets old fashioned. 13, 12, 11. 10, and 9 4 heavy rose 13, 12, and 11-4 Whitney, a prime article for a cold night Infant’s crib rose do A large quantify foint and striped do. cheap Saddle do. Meri nos. French, English German G-4 very cheap some handsome Fawn, brown, green, purplevand black colors 3 4 Circassians, vei y cheap Merino gro de naps, a new article for dresses Cussinetts and Fad Linseys. 100 nieces in quality, from the wni-t to the best double mill’d article, all colors Linseys, striped and plain Flushings, coatings and negro cloth Mohair coating, a new article for box coats Floor baize Men’s caster, beaver, ribbed, worsled and cotton gloves Cotton Flannels. Red, white, brown and drab London swan skin, a new article for drawers and shirts Ribbed lamb wool shirts and drawers Domestics. Colored plaid and striped (heavy) Ticking and check do. Bleached and unbleached do. 3*4, l S5 4-4 and 5 4 Padding, w hite and black Spool and ball cotton, all nos. Threads, tapes ar.d pins Elastic, web and cotton suspenders Cotton handkerchiefs Cotton and linnen burlaps all numbers Silk and cotton umbrellas Oil cloths (handsome patterns) Irish linen, lawn Hernstich and plain linen cambric hdks, snk no Chec’d jackonet and mull mti>!ins and cantor ics Ladies Kid Gloves all sizes and very cheap Colored and white skirts Worsted, mohair, silk and cotton, ribbed, and : plain stocki ngs Black and colored silks White sattins and Florences Shawls and fancy hddfs Cheneit Shawls very pretty. ; With all other articles to be met with 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—tf___ ’ CASH FOR 500 NEGROES, INCLUDING both sexes from 12 to 25 years of age. Persons having likely servants 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 may hereafter come into this market, dec 29 FRANKLIN & ARMPTELD. 07* Public Attention! I 8 respectfully solicited by the subscriber t0 I valuable preparation, the merits of aLw' been tested by time, and are sustained bj Qri(j ‘ testimony ‘ ^ DR. RELFE’S* ! <3* Botanical Drops! are every year increasing their long establishes, tation. Thev have outlived many rival prepare and are continually gaining upon public confidenc' The Botanical Drops hate been successfully t/. istered for many years, as a thorough remedy f,.r^ well known and prevalent c!h*s of in\eteMied>( * which originate from a vitiated habit of bcdy, or ,,** reditarv predisposition in the patient, anigWeri‘ appear under the various and distressing shapesof Scrofula, Salt Rheum, l.eprosv, St Anthcry\ Fever Sores, White Swellings, Scurvy, Foulu^-! stinate Ulcers, Sore Legs and Eyes, Scald Mead J. Venereal Taint. In the last mentioned condition « f ttie systeir 4, Botanical Drops will be found to eradicate the !L |* ing poison, where mercury has totally failed,and V prevent the patient from entailing the seeds of lrV reditary disease on hit offspring |)r. Relfe's Botanical Drops are successfully C!f(J. cases of violent eruptions after the irenleu.^ blotches—pimples on the face-ftstcnng eruptur* c« the skin—and other diseases of the txitn .»| ^ihc,. and are one of the best Spring and Autumnal pU,'cj known, to fr^the system from hurroit A physician of eminence, w ho hud \v,tn< «s-d ufrr. ficacy of this article, had the candor rectnlU U now ledge to the proprietor, that he cons-ihred , best medicine known, for the complaint* f r > , is intended, and that it ougli* deservedh to tttr * the head of th.e w hole c!a>s of Mich rtn ulus price $1 a bottle, 0“ 6 bottles for f 5. WHITE TEETH! AND HEALTHY gcx; fllhoSF', who would retain or restorethm il«yr, . JL personal advantages, are assured tb.it i o c< n • silion can be obtained superior t tl.e BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTK1HCE This is an elegant and peasant prepurjiiK n -n t respect, and has, for many year* pad, g.vei; u w., satisfaction wherever it has be^n usttl The Antiseptic Ihntnfice is exempt fr< n arid , otlier deleterious irgredu nts. which too f tqi,ti enter the composition of tooth prwets in emit* use, and it wh tens the enamel < t the teeth *.•; doing it the lead injury . 'I he regular i.s ot il mired powder, by purifying the mouth ami prut,*^ the accumulation of tartbV, of erutts as tl t \ t-i j <■ ven'.ive of the Tooth Ache T he lit mnfice rtn<t,, discolorations, and report s the beaut lul i.^t ve v| • ness of the enamel- As its apj»ncatnn brtres . strengthens die Gums, it stcures toll * m il tir it* and florid hue, and, by removing all ofbns.%, i« »r ^ accumulations fr< m the teeth, prc s< rvei the i.tv, sweetness ol the breath. I'nc 50 f< t ts •#* None genuine unless signed untie nit^orr ed wrapper bv the sole propnetor, I Ku'.^r, nn? diate succt ssor to the late Dr ^ I ( «i I * sale, w ith all the other " Coihum hlcuicme, > * Counting Koom. No 99, next door to J KuhbrMr^ Store, c« rner of Court and Hanover st ire's, m st (• cert Hall, Huston I IIOMI i?UN hlhl M. And, b\ his sp» cial appointment, by H'M. 8TAUI.KH. Fairfax street, AIoxh-.t.* * • I urge discount to those w ho buy to stI* **ga Consumption! (Asthma! A* Catarrh! i H N that long train ol diseases winch s*tm to I with the growth ol civilized society, <*>"»"" pi r ! takis the lead in its relentless inroad* upon Inn, life; yet his dreadful disorder iseasdy tmrc< tie it. > earlier stages. It is only when neglected tint it it rives a* the terrific maturity whkh so often baffle* >t' sagacitv of professional science An obstinate cag . is the "customars forerunner of the pmir.onsry cu; si,o ption Improper neglect in the timely acn.im, tration of simple and salutary remedies, is Miir to tc reproved by a dreadful succession of coiiHiir.ptor symptoms- oppression of the breast; gretindi *’^ bloody spittle; ulcerated lungs ami hectic fmrs veiled extremities, and general emaciation of «».« whole body; prostration of strength; flushed cheeks swollen feet .mi legs; .ml * l«». <•** lull pess.s sjonofthe mental f.cultie., and whit hope >li I »!"* per. her flattering tale-cold exti.mitu., »nd » ?«• mature drath. . . For the various stage! of tins complaint, one of most approve d rt n.edies er?j > et , DR. RELFE’S ASTHMA 11C PIU> This exceedingly powerful, and yet equally innoc lit preparation, has effected «h»rouKh and rip d cures upon patients supposed to hu e re" * edit a confirmed Consumption, and w ho have tah.b.. ed the appearances which usually moicafea * * miuaiimi ol he disorder. . As'.lie I’llls require in ordin.ry ose. no cootur ment, the. n«v he adtr.iniatcrtd will' ci nh..n ct »"• safety to all »ge* and classes "f people. I "'■ Slice I. has hitherto aiiemled ll.eir ...n.imstrstion greal variet; ofca.es; .ml the proprietor can refer » multitude,'which testify to their.fficsey in reus rg the emaciated victim Irom the bed ol disease an! " storing him to the ble.sings uUccustome.. Iiea.tl " • “'I'.r'cc 11 for who/r boxes of 10 pills and 50 cer.tvfor half of \2 pills, with directions. Mbion Corn Plaster! rg^HK Albion Corn Piaster softens the coin, h .wfit 1. old ami tough, and extracts it to the verv r< ■ The relief afforded is gentle, immediate, ai.o 'The proprietor begs leave to submit the * case, from Mr Stowed, who is well known tod* habitant * ol tins city, especially at the S idh M« *f ■ South Boston, a* a very worthy and respects: • zen: — A Cas* Sir 1 d * not hesitate to give m> most m t;»-* ■'* approbation in favor of your valuable Altm ^ planter B) the use of less than a box, *’r% - .* * * has been cured of a c« rr. on each fi ot, u i t • * exceedingly troubles* me and j aiidn* ^ r t*n « think it but juat:ce to y< ur invaluable Pftl*r!* add, (for the encouragement of those *1°' rW 'f,, repeated disappoint n « i ts in the *an» us r‘ n ( r sorted to, have finally despair* d of a '.'iff,, ‘ • K Plaster cur«d her corns, alter Irving other ' ^ j comtr.ended remedies *o no pi. p' sc. * . creases mv con lid* lie* m the at* pern r>t\ n ' ^ (» n t ;er. is tl e fact, that it has been used by hui* neighbors witf» tquail} good success '*’fM Set a Stow at i» Keeper of the Toll S.,uil< llcl.'r l’r ,>'(< Mr I’ Kiuoeh, Proprietor of the (Jonwa> ** Boston, June 17th, 1W<9 • 0* Price 50 cents* SORE AND INFLAMED EYES f fillHi studious, the weakly, and ° *'rr#* ^ X troubled with soreness or inflarrrra’ion ^ ^ delicate organ, will be able to obtain a fr“ *' ' arid invaluable application, in DUMFRIES’ oy* EYE WATER! . f ^ |, V This well e&.abliahed Wash for the f)1 ^ innocent, and gives immediate relit I, tvm i gravaicn cases of sorentss ana inflan-inatmt price 25 cents ....> r.r.r* •/ None genuine unless signed onff* rbyt'c ,olepropr,e.r.l K.;^/tf 1 s ( < cert Hall, Boston. - . And also, by his special appon.tmtnt, i,n 24' F»lrf*» •treet.A1'*'"”1*, L,rg ount to tb***t *bobuy to •