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BEWARE OF IMPOSITION. tl r::>roxi). Va July 15,1330. J WAS trie c; . discoverer of Judkins's IP Oi oi.Toni proprietor of the patent fr^ .1 5 pt’r. 1317, t* t;l the expiration of the same; * u», having connected myself with Ur. in ikinr;in the commencement,! permitted the Ointment to bear 1 As name. The term j! the pate nt h-iv*rg expired on the 26th June, l have m ie cr. improvement in the and taken oat a patent thereon. N. SlltPllEKD. 'Imposition h&vir.g beer, practised upon th. nubia bv a spurious article, bearing t«e name of “Ju lk ns* Ointment,” the proprietor aVi..s himself of the authority granted to him it) his letttrs pater.'., now to call the Ointment after his own name. Henceforth it will be known by tire name of SiiEHiEilD’s PATENT SPE ClFIC OINTMENT, (formerly Judkins’,) When I first made and prepared tins Oint ment, an i had. in s veral instances, esperienc ed its good effects, 1 sent it .to several physi cicr.s, with instructions in what cases to apply it, who were of opinion that the Ointment would be a valuable public benefit. 1 conclu ded that the Ointment would occasionally full into many hands, somt of whom would proba bly undertake to n eke it, and knowing tire dif fhculty of the process— nevertheless, it might be propagated in this adulterated s'ate, ss it irdght in some degree resemble tire original— and in this Way itgood effects would be oblit- j era ed. Under tm*cconsiderations, l secured the original and certain remedy for those ob stinate disea-t*, :cnre cf w hich have so long bullied the skill of meiicifl science: 1st .Vhitc s-vahi »gs of every description; 2d Sore iegv aud ulcers of long standing, b\l Sc!. rructer gier.dj'ur tumors, particular ly those ii-rJef ed tumors iu weir.c ids breasts, which oftentimes term inate in ulcerated cun c-r:; 4;h Felons; cr what some people know by . the name i i cau.rrhs cfew-ry description. 5111 Ithcnroatic pains o! the joints; Cth Sprain* and bruises ol every description, or * -j v, hit tv er part situated; 7tb Tetters of ail kinds. In this complaint pa dent, in applying the ointment, must t_ :,) the p*r* utc» water; tdh G.iiti lain? or partsaffectc 1 by frost. It i» aiso one of the best remedies fur burns i< ] scalds. It eases the pain and draws the • ' out in a s’ii rt ti:r.e. F r women’* swelled breast* and glandular * h (it is superior to any ineuicine yet k .own to the m dicai faculty. It is much sa <— meicurial app «cation?, (as it does Rot con!a::: the s:>* d-c*t atom of any preparation ; , the mi e ul,) because it d‘Cs not sv the , pa e :i 1 dde to injury from exposure to cold, j d .. wimn id h.:scured soimany years ; ^ . h \> here it is impossible or imprudent | t > he u die aS sore, in consequence ot 1 d • i. n s oe.orniRg carious or rotten, it will . >> :> C :»r ;gress of the car:es, increase the , r .tity of lisc’.arge, remove the offensive ; s ?, aod v a so the pains. *t c ‘.j dte worst Felons and Whitlows, on : a; i\:: it: n of forty-eight hours. . no f .11 v.ing ;* >tices on this may suffice:— Vlsxahuria, February 26, 18.15. , ;>:* m v certify th it l have, for a long time b at tones, with attacks of Gout * or If-. . : in the feet or other parts of the ( bo:l>, tr.un w ’i»c11 1 have *l\va\ s found relief by j using Dr .’ilcn*’* Fa cut Specific Ointment, j (now chiiel Sh *p!ieru’>) prepared by Mr. j Charles H»-r-t*»i:9, of Frederick Town, Mary- \ land, i.i the n; inner prescribed in the printed j directions. 1 have taken pleasure in spread* ; jug the kn nvleuge of this valuable remedy, j behoving it to be one of the best of all the Fa- j tent d d.cne?, and by my advice, several per sous who were afuicUd with pains i.ke i:;y own used it with great beeufit. (JilAULKS McKMGIIT. j Washington City. l*th Sept. 1S33. /' •; r IT. it niton: Sir—I now under t - k-* to .o w hat I should have done long uv. Two or three years my wife was ;1.1li1 ('ted with what the Doctors call car \j mcies on her back, and her sufferings n- >;a which,lor two months,were beyond aii description: tiiey broke, at different times, into from lifiy to one hundred h >ies, and when the cores were extract ed, and the skin cut off, the places be came one large sore, about six inches in circumference, and were then an inch in depth. She was attended by one of the first Physicians in this City, and vari-| ous remedies were tried without render-; mg her any relief, or preventing the sores fi om increasing in size tome h a! d 'gree, that we became seriously appre- i nensive that she could not survive much , longer. A friend calling to see her one i day, and advising the use of Judkins’s j Ointment, 1 procured some, and, howev-1 er incredible it may appear, yet such is i the fact, two plasters effected a perfect cure. V ours, respectfully, G. CKAXDELL. New-Market, Feb. 21, 1S33] ' Mr. ll rstuns: Sir—1 bought an article ! in Baltimore having the name of Jud kins’s Ointment. I sold some of it, that! was returned to me, not being good. It , is true, it had not your name on the lable round the pot which l now* understand is on the genuine article, as made by you.—This is to give notice that the public may be guarded against an ini-, position of the kind.— Yours, &c. A. 1. BARNEY. Dr. Drish.a Druggist in Leesburg, Ya. hi formed the subscriber, that three per sons had each obtained from him u pot of Judkins's Ointment, (not ol the sub scriber's make.) After having tried it, they found it was not good, and return-, ed it to him. Messrs. L. h' /*. 7\ Loicwltfi, merchants. (V, nherlanU, MU. hheUlemea: As Mr. llerstons’ agents for tit-' 'Ule of Dr. Win. Judkins’s patent! snt'oiiic oint nent, l would inform you, that iii>w summer 1 was alhicted with a ore leg—the fame of Judkins's Ointment i induced me to get a jug of it—but it hap-; pened not to be of Mr. Herston's make.; 1 used it according to the printed diree-! tions, but my leg kept getting worse. Mr. Herston's, travelling to the west stopped it my hou-e, during the time, on . ! >ok ag at the hutment l had, he in me*■ h * v* pronounced it ot of iiis make. • ' • me with one n»ch was. it, : / . j . . . >,! j;i it iooki , i it. i the.) tp.uic l ui * ointment lie j gave me to my leg; it became in a state j of amendment on using the first plaster, j and so continued until it got quite w ell. This ointment is eiyrtainly very valua- j and it would be a pity 'it should be i t I lost to the public, by a counterfeit article bearing the name, and being not genu I ine. WM.K. NEWMAN. Cumberland, Md. May 24, 1831. Mr. C. Herston*, proprietor of Shep [ herd’s F. S. Ointment (formerly Jud | kins’s,) near Frederick City, Md. FILES. ! Before leaving Boonsboro’, I had heard much of an article, in which you appear before the public a? pi apretor, named Hurston's Juukui's P. Specific Ointment, made by C.Herston near Frederick, Md. jwid of its decided efficacy in cures on p rso wi wnom I am Wv.ii i cquaint ed. Since m> residence in Buitimore, it lias performed a cure on a friend of mine afflicted with piles. Having myself been a sufferer for some years with this distres sing disease l now unhesitating applied your ointment in my own case, and am gratified that I can say it madeaperfect cure. J. A. BENTS. I thereby certify, that I was for many months alilicted most grievously with the tetter upon h. th of my heels, causing o penings large enough to admit a person 5s finger. I tried various remedies in vain, when I was induced to try Jud kin’s Ointment, and was cured by the use of a single box. 1 am anxious that others. 1 similarly alilicted, may avail themselves of so valuable a remedy. UOBEUT FULTON. dun li sloir a, Dec. 1G, 182b. Having had much experience, for ma ny years, in making this Ointment, and being concern* d in the patent right, the public have a right to be cauti on'd a gainst imposition—and, in order to efleet his, and to secure to them the genuine article, it has been though advisable, as above stated, to use the auth rity granted by Mr. Shepherd, and to call it after the proprietor’s own name. T he folio \v i n g w i 11 be h e re a ft e r a 11 a e fl ed to each pot—** SUU i*Hllith'S l*\ TESTSPECIFIC OISTMIZS 7’, (for merly Judkiu’s,) made and sold, whole sale and retail, by C. HFRSTO.VS, near Frederick, Mil.r To more fully guard the public, (the proprietor’s.) C. llerston’s name will ap pear in his own hand-writing, written through the circle outsidethe ointment : pot. To be sold wholesale and retail, by Hr. GL’NTOM, Druggist, Pennsylvania A venue, Washington. FARQUHAK. Druggist, Penn. Avenue Messrs. JAM FS tlo do F. HOWARD Seven Finkling's H. FERRIS, Georgetown. Letters post paid, directed to the Pro prietor, C. IIERST0.\S, Frederick C i ty, Maryland, will be attended to. The above article, is olfered for sale by the subscriber. A large profit allow ed to country dealers who purchase to soli again. WILLIAM STAFFER, 3 mo 10— ly Aaent for Alexandria. To Rheumatic Invalids! FfcHSCNS suffering under Uheunr.at'.c Af fection :»re rt >peclt'ul!y assured that the) can ootain of th~ proprietor and his agents a ent’e and admirable reined) for Rheumatism, however obstir ate the disorder may be, and in all its differ*, til stages. Dr. Jebb’s Liniment! will afford immediate relief to the patient, and has sonr.cliir.es been aliened with such extraordinary success as to cure the most dis tressir.g Rheumatism in twenty four hours, even when oi years standing. I Pis highly va’uah’e Liniment is rcccm mended with a confidence founded t.i the experience of many years, not only us a cure for that excruciating distase, but is an excel lent ^application for Stiffness of the Joints. Numbness, Sprains, Chilblains, kc.. (This article is considered so superior to every thing else, and to possess such uncom mon virtues, that it is oukred from all Darts of the country.J ‘ jj* An ,)gent recently writes: “Please send me a further supply of Jebb’s Liniment the • first opportunity—1 shall probably sell a con | sideruble quantity, as it is recommended by some of our physicians very highly, although contrary to their rules and regulations to give encouragement to such (or, patent) medi 1 ines.** Hut is a most decided proof of their ! confidence in its invaluable properties Another agent .writes: “I wish )ou to for ward me some more oi jebb’s Liniment, which hasrccomrr.eneriitseif very highly." Pr.ce 50 cents a buttle. The Painful and Debilitating Complaint THE FILES Receives immediate relief, ar.d in numerous instances has been thoroughly cuied, by the administration of DUMFRIES’ REMEDY FOR 05* THE PILES. HIS approved compound also mitigates and removes the syrrpUms which fre quently accompany that disorder, and increase me danger of the patient, 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 Riles for some time past, and have found it eminently successful.*’ 1 he remedy is quite innocent, and may be administered to ail ages and both sexes. I’lain and ample directions, with a description^ the complaint, accompany each package, which consists of two boxes, one containing an Oint ment, and the other an Electuary. Price II for both articles, or 5U cents where but cite is wanted. I THE TOOTH ACHE. | fulfils agonizing disorder is cured in its most | S» pair,lul slag<9. by one of the most simple as well as powerful remedies know n in mo dern practice- I he CAMBRIAN TOOTH ACHE PILLS 1 afford instant relief, without inflicting the i slightest injury on the teeth. They are appli ed externally to the parts affected, with the greatest ease and expedition, and generally iterate as a soothing lenitive to the suffer.ng patient. Price jU cents a box. (fj- Dyspepsia =£$ OF most obstinate character, after hav'-ng bathed the skill of the most eminent phy sicians, withstood the most highly recom mended medical preparations,has been check ed, relieved, and cured, in a number ot instan ces in and about this city, by using, for a short time, Ur. Kelfk’s VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, &, ANTI BILIOUS PILLS, mi connexion, according to the directions ac it.g the Specific It is also oil'' ol the -ia known lor bick Headache, -icknesa at uic Stomach, Nausea, and Flatu lences. Price of the Specific and Pills, 50 cents each. UlG A.\D HARNESS. A SECOND hand Git; and Harness, for sale low by GEO. WHITE. Debilitated Females! nmi B complaints peculiar to the female part i A of the community, have been long suc cessfully treated by the administration of the Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and com pounded Ly Dr. Uelfe- They cleanse the blood from those disorders of the female con stitution, for which the pills are an effectual specific; they restores fret* circulation, reform ihe irregular operations of the sanguiferous system, and rectify the disordered habits. 'I he proprU tor’s confidence in the superior excel lence of this equally innocent and powerful preparation, is founded on the most decisive testimony from many restored patier.\9 He can assure this portion of the public, that when DR. RKLFE’S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEMALES are regularly taken, according to the direc* 'ions, accompanying them, they revive and establish the desired healthy habit?, and res tore to the paliitl countenance the natural glow of health and good spirits Married ladies will find the pills equally use ful, except in cases of pregnancy, when they must not betaken; neither must they betaken by persons of hectic or consumptive habits They may be used successfully by tithe r men or women in all Hypochondriac, Hysteric or Vapourish disorders. In all cases of tins de* script ion, the pills purify, invigorate, and re vive ihe disordered si stein. Piice $1 50 a bcx. *.* None genuine un’ess signed cn theout side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, f. Ltd.Ur, immediate successor to t he late Dr T. Conway. For sale, with all the other ‘Con way Mcdicir.es,” at his Counting Poem, No. 99, next doer to J. Bidder’s Drug Store, cor ner of Corn t and Hanover streets, near Concert Hall, Boston THOMPSON KIDDK1C And also, by his special appointment, by WM. ST AI B KB, ]an 15 Faiifax street, Altxandiia. *.*Large dhccunts to those who buy to sell again. DUMFRIES’ Itola ©mtment! rjpn F extensive .sae and cctahlibl t d repu t taticn of Dumfries*Itch Ointment, eoc- ur iges tlie propr.etorto recommend it with re utwed confidence to the public as a m s Eno. cent as well as powerful application for this annoying disease- I he most inveterate cases have been cured in one hour! by this esteem ed Ointment It contains no mercury, oroth i r noxious ingredient, and may be confidently applied even to the youngest children, or to pregnant females — Price 37£ cents. *,* None genuine unless signed on the out aide printed wrapper by the sale proprietor, F Kidder,immediate successor to the late Dr. W, T Conwav. For sale, with all the other ‘'Conway Me Heines,’* at his Counting Room, No. 59, next door to J- Kidder's Drug Fiore, corner of Court and Hanover streets, nearDun cert Call, Boston THOMPSON KIDDFIL And also, by his special appointment, h\ V/M. 8 FABLFR, Fairfax street, Alexandria. Large discounts to those who buy tu sell again. REMEDY FOR ASIATIC CHOLERA. DIAUUIUEA, die. fN: c msequence <»f the very great and increas ed ing demand for this invaluable preparation, induced by tlie many cures which have been ef fected by the use of it in cases of Asiatic Chole ra, common Cliol* ra Morbus in Children, and disorders of the Bowels generally, the Proprie tor has prepared, and w ill continue to keep on l aud, a large supply. Read and believe! This Remedy has been used by many eminent Plnsicians, some of whom have charge of the Largest Hospitals in the United States, where the Cholera lias prevailed to a great extent, and been fatal to Intemperate, aged, and lunatic persons. 'I heir confidence in this Medicine is such, that they say they are not afraid of tlie q-ost Inveterate cases of Asiatic Cholera when taken in time Toe following are only a small proportion of the certificates 1 have of the efficacy of this Cer tain Remedy for Cholera Those opposed to Quack* ry will at once set-- this is nothing of tlie kind—for those persons who have subscribed their names to these certificates, live among us and are known to lie men of the firs' standing, and upon whose words the utmost reiiai ce can be placed. When the Cholera ur.s raging here to a grea' extent, the Rev. Dr. John French had occasion to use this preparation tw ice in his own family, and l^as given tlie following certificate of its ef fficacy: “On 1 hursday, my little son came home 6 ~m school, making great coir plaint of sick stomach, and pain in the bow* 1«. lie looked to be quite sick. 1 imm* diately gave i.im a dose of this medicine; he was prest ntly relieved and has not complained since. “On Friday, while absent from horn*1, a white gir* living at my house, was taken with nausea and pain in the bowels. In the course of a lew’ hours she had five discharges from her bowels. My wife gave her a dose of this nmdieme, and, io use her own words, it acted I ke a charm.— She was well before I returned lot e house, [ and lias remained so ev* r since.” Norfolk, Sept. 6th, 1832. John French. York County, Oc». 22, 1832. Dear Sir—I tukr* much pleasure in tei titling to you my ceitificate and my gratitude for u underfill cure pttforrred by the medicine t" which you have given the name of a certain r« - iTiedy for tlie Cholera. “One of ny men was attacked yesterday, with the most violent spasms and vomitii g, refenri oling in every respect a confirmed case of Clm* Ina. 1 had udmimsteied remedies of every kind bt fore this preparation of jours l>"t without ef feet. Immediately upon administering jour lie* medy he became tranquil—the vomiting ceased, the pains left him, and in half an hourafttr lit was nearly wt II. To-day he is up and out, xs a til as ever. Hoping those that jre attacked in the same way may be able to obtain this remedy. I remain, yours respectfully, .IAS. IllOSM0NGF.il. To Mr. R S. Rernard, Norfolk. Norfolk, July 8th, 1832. With much pleasure do 1 certify to thetfficacy of Mr. li S. Reruard’s certain Remedy fur the Choleta. I have had occasion to use it several toms, m my ot* n family, for very obstinate com plaints of the bowels, and with great success. Most cheerfully do I recommend it to all who may beafdicted with am con pla nt of the kirn! 1 always keep it in my I) me and consider it one of the best family medicines I have ever set n. - John Mokiiis. Noth lk, June 12il», 1884. This is to certify that 1 have used Mr. It. S Rernard* “Remedy for tlu* Cholera,** in many cases ol* d surd* red stomach and bowels, both with young children and grown persons, and I take ii uch pltasute in saying that it alluded re. lit f in every ins'ance; surpassing in its effects any remedy for that dreadful disease, 1 liavt ever used. B W- Latch. 'Phis Invaluable Medicine cot be had of the sole proprietor ROB P. S. RKUNAUD, Drug gist, Norfolk, Va. To prevent imposition a facsimile of my signa ture wil be at’ached to each boh le. 'I he public are informed that, WILLIAM S'PABI r.R, Drugg s», is appei ted m\ Agent or -,h xamlr.a, to whom those ntar are request ed to a p j»I * • KOUhltT S. RKUNAUD, Norfolk, Vi. A fresh supply received. WM. STABLKK. 5:1) mo 11th—1 v ; ALEXANDIUA museum. Open every day, Sundays excepted. i DR. KUIIL'S MEDICINES. Restorer of the blood, for chronic i and other Diseases, whether produced from Bile, Phlegm, from internal morbid mat ters, arising from bad cured old disorders, from the use rf Mercury, Calomel,Bark. &c. &c ; ?r (in females,) from the change of l.fe. To spe cify someof these diseases:— I etter, Ringworm, Scald-head, Lepro-y, Biles, the Itch, Itching of the Skin, Blotches, Scorbutic Eruptions, •Pimples, Ulcers, whetthcr cancerous or of a milder kind. Mercurial Disorders <»f every d<* scription, Heart Bum, Loss of Appetie, Indi gestion, Dyspepsia, General Debility, Jaundice, Bilious Affections of the Chest and Liver, En largement of the Spleen, Rheumatism, Gout, Piles Dropsy, Gleet, luvolutvary Emissions, i Stric’ores and other Urinary, Complaints, inclu \ ,»ing Gravel, Sic. It is also efficacious for l)i*i - nes< of sight, Blindness, (where not organic,) ; Inflammation of the Eyes, Deafness, Pressure of ! Bh'oJ to t**e Head, Hyprocondria in ail its | diapes Megrim, SleepLsauess and Nervous j Afitciur.s of every kind, including Palsy. It j j is no less serviceable in the rent »val of Sterdity I in the one sev, than of Incompttenry in the J oilier. It preven’s the sipr re-sion and reme- | .lies the irreguLri’y of the Monthly Complaint. Al«.o, the Flour AI bus, Green sickness, IFsteri- | c .l Fits, iic. I is ttficxcy will be proved however long s'andii g or deeply rooted and i c'n.p'icated the complaint nuy be. In all the | div uses mentioned tlie* IFs’oier is the chit f re- j niedy. IMiose v. here add.tioual or secondary j 'Medicines are r*quir. d; wul be found strtd in J the pamphlet, with directions for their use,— (2 an i 53 ) TONIC ELIXIR, f r diseases of die chest, Ca'arrhs, "Cough-, Whooping cough, Pa ns in the Chest or Throat, hoar-'* ne-s difficulty in ' breathing, Asthma, Phlegm, Consumption,IF c- ' tic Feve*, a,;d Us cone nwtuMts. U.o u'-es «*f die j Fungs, even it accompanied will* the bj itting , Ot B'Ood, s.c. (2 and :3 ) TONIC PORF-V* INE, f-«r Bowel Complain* ludige-'li )i», Dvspesia, Genet a 1 Dehdiiy, W -«<k- i ius\ Nervous All ctinns,See (73 ct-nN an * 51) i ABYS" IN l A MIXTURE, im l:qu d and nil pas c,) lot G morrhuM. (21 VKGET BLE AN I I-SYP111MT1C SYRUP. Fltis 11 • i divine is in al \ en< r.d Di-vofdeis a Cer 14:.-1 remedy, and will cure themo.v det p roofed j Ulcers, \v tiiotil leaving any inconvence t > the ; patient wlie 11 all oth< r remedies have been j loom! i»n fl ct ud. (52 ) AROMATIC EXTRACT, tor indgettion, ! Coldness in the Stomach, Numbness or We k- ! ness in the Lunbs, Inactivity of the Skin, I’cl» ; mg of the Sk: , I j • 4 i 11 -» in the Joint-, Rhcunuiism, ( G mt, &.C (oJcents ain f 1.) SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague. (50 cents.) ; GOLD-MINE IMLS \\1, tor lidious or Net- j vous Affections, 15 »‘.r! Complaint*, ludig s ion, ' I It artburn, Wind ( Fla id- nee,) S< a S.< k e^-, coldness in the Stomach, Cramps, or Numbness Flux «t Darrbcci, Cnoh. ra Mot bu*, he, (50 cents.) BENGAL OINTMKNM, for Tt tter, Ring worm, Scald-head and Foul U cers l ? 1.) DEPUR tTlVK POWDER, ti r B li ms af- I fections. Headache or M gum, fullness ol the ! tic ad, Dimness ot Sight, &c (50 cents.) POWDER FOR PREPARING AS • RIN GEN I” INJECTION, tor Fluor Aibus, XVeak »s, (50 cents.) UNIVERSAL PLASTER, for di-r-.s* s of the Chtfet, Dyspepsia, Ti<sh Wound-, F ull Ulcers, It .ms, Chilblains, Rheumatism, Gout,Com* o;c. (50 c. nts. ASTRINGENT MIX TURF, for diseases of; tl.e Ch-s', Indigestion, Despep--i:», Gen l'.»i De bility, \Waknes-, Ac. (50 cents.) JAPAN OINTMENT, for Pde«, (?1.) ORIENTAL ()! N I'M FNT; for Blotches Pirn- I pies, Itching ot the Skin, or Chit)*, (whethe-r } .rising trom exposure t » the sun or from cold}) j Chapped L'pS I) »nder, he. (50 cents ) 1)()CT. KUIIL’S ACOUSTIC OIL, WITH! ROOTS, FOR THE PREPARATIOF OF A j DECOCTION; a remedy tor 1) afness, ami j i other Auricular C( inplaints. Of2.) And a number of n lur auxiliary remedies. , Fora full and particular account of Euhl’sMe- ; d cint-s, their properties and nature, see purn- | phIt t; and, wherein will hkew Ee be fouod d;r, c ' t oils tor their use, and numerous testimouids; which ma\ be seen in all public places, or ma\ be had grub*, at Dr. Kuhl’s. cilices, or of his Agents, by mail. None ot the medicines are genuine which I i do not hear the seals as given in the pamphlet, • entitled “Treatment »f Chronic and other uisea | se*, he ,” widen is entered b\ Dr. K. according ■ lolhe Act of Congress, in the Clerk’s Office ot the District Coutt of the District ot Columbia AGENTS. O. M.-LINTHICU M, Dini'g’s-, Georgetown, DR. C. FAR^UHAR, Alexandria. i). (’. j El S » ACE & 1 EMPLK, Druggist-, Rich ; moid, Va. BROWN COLLING, Druggists, Pete s- ! i buig, Va. ! J. 1) RANDOLPH fk Co , BockstHers and Stationers, Norfolk, Va. j DR. JXMES COOKE, Agent for Fayette | John-on,(Drug Store) Fredericksburg, \ a FIELD h GOiS, Druggists, Chatlottsville, r • r ! 'u HENRY I1IDFN, Mercnant, Orange Court House Va. JAMES BROWN, Druggist, Charlestown, j J« fJer.-on County Va. nr.v A — lv j (T/- . iiifctit iitai: i i S respectfully solicited by the subscriber, | & to uti invaluable p? eparution, the merits ot t vihicb have been tested ny time, and are sus j tained by undouotec ti stirnoi y j DU. RKLFK’S tt?“ Botanical Brcps! j are every year increasing their long establish i tci reputation. 'I hey huve outliud n any ri val preparations, ai (i are continually gamii g upon public confidence. 1 he Botanical Drops ha\ e been successfully i adrr.misurtu lor many years, as a thorough re 1 mtdy for that well known and prevalent class j j of inveterate diseases which orij irate irem a ! vitiated habit of body,or an hereditary predis- ; 1 position in the patient, and generally wpptur | under the various and distressing shapes of i Scrofula, Sait Uhctun, Leprosy, St Antho ! ny’s Lire, Fever Sores, While Swellings, Scurvy, Foul and Obstinate l'leers. Sore Ltgs and Kus, Scald Head, and N ei.eical I amt. j In the last mentioned condition < f the sys I tem, the Botanical Drops will be found to era i dicate the lurking poison, where mercury has ! totally failed, and thus prevent the patient ! from entailing the seeds of an hereditary dis ' ease on hi- offspring ; Dr. Belle’s Botanical Drops are successfully used in cases of violent eruptions after the [ measles—red blotches—pimples on the face— j festering eruptions on the skin—and other dis* ! eases of the external surface; and are one cf | the best Spring and Autumnal physics known, i to free the system from humors A physician of eminence, w ho had witnessed the efficacy of this article, had the candor re cently to ack now ledge to the proprietor, that he considered it the best medicine known, for the complaints for which it is intended, and ; that it ought deservedly to stand at the head j of the whole c!a>sof such remedies. I’rice 11 a bottle, o~ 6 bottles for *5. WHITE TEETH! AND HEALTHY j GUMS! rpilOSE who would retain or restore these JL desirable personal advantages, are assur* | ed thut no composition cun be obtained supe rior t • the BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTRI FICE. This is an elegant and pleasant preparation in every respect, and has, for many years past, given universal satisfaction wherever it ha9 t been used. The Antiseptic Dentrifice is exempt from acid and othtr deleterious ingredients, which loo frequently enter the composition of tooth powders in common use, and it whitens the enamel of the teeth without doing it the least injury. The regular use of this admired pow * der, by purifying the mouth and preventing i lie accumulation of tartar, operates as the best preventive oft he Tooth Ache. The Dentrifice removes discolorations, and restores the beau t.ful native whiteness cf the enamel. As its application braces and strengthens \he Gums, it secures to them their healthy and florid hue, and, by removing all offensive foreign »ccu mutations from the teeth, preserves the natu ral sweetness of the breath. Price 50 cents *#* None genuine unless signed on the out. side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, immediate successor to the late Dr \v. T. Conway. For sale, with all the other j • * Conway Medicine,” at his Counting Doom, j No 99, next door to J Kidder’s Drug itore, | corner of Court and Ilar.over streets, near Con cert lia’I, Poston. THOMPSON KIDD Kit. And, by h.is special appointment, by W M . S i'A 111. Kit, Fairfax “treet, Alexandria •#* Large d.scuunt to those who buy tused a?T:”- _ _ : CJ©sasumptaonI A$ih:uii! *V (iatnri*h! IN that long trail) ot dist&sts which seem to grow with the growth oi civ.lized society, Consumption takes the lead in its relentless inroads upon human life;yet -his dreadful d.s order is eas.i j overcome in its eur'ier stages. It is only when neglected that it arrives at the 1 ellitic maturity whkh so often baffles the sa gacity of professional science. An obslin&ti cough is the ci'lomtry forerunner of the pul monaiy consumption Improper neglect in the timed a imintsLaliun of simple and salutary medicines, is sine lo be rejnoved by a dread ful succession of consumptive avmptomu— op pressiou of the breast; grecnhh an i bloody spittle; ulcerated lungs and h.ctic fever; s.ui veiled ext: erne lies, and genets! emaciation of •die whole Oodv; prostration of strength} flush ed cheeks; swollen Let and legs; usul at last, oi the full possea-ion of the mentai LiCU-Les, ail.I while hope slid whi.-pers lr-r flatter!; g tale—f nid extiemities, and a premature <!catt;. For ille various stages of tin . cm.plaint, cm of i!i most approved r*..ned.es ever vet cos covered i)H. UELFK’S ASTHMATIC PILLS. This exceedingly poweiftd, and vet equally safe and innocel.i pre paration.has effected t!.o rough and rapid cur» s upon patients su; post c; to have been lar advanced i i '<< confirmedt.on sumption, and w ho h*v e exhibited the appear ances which usu ii!) in licate a lata! termination of t he disordt r. As the Fills require in ordinary cases no confinement, thev nay be administered with confidence- and safely to all age^ and classt s of people. Unexampled succt s* hnt» hitherto at le.iuied their ydmmistia'.ion in a great variety of ca-.es; and the proprietor can refer to a mu! j titude, which testify to their efficacy in reviv ir.g the emaciated victim from the bed of dis ease, and restoring him to the blessings oi ac customer! health am; activity. price i 1 tor who/e boxes of >0 pills and 50 ! centsfjr hail do of 12 pills, with directions Ubiesx O’crn Piaster! rgMlF. Albion Corn Piaster tolu i.s the corn, £_ howtver old ar.d tough, ami extracts it to ihe very roots, l be rebel alio: did is gentle, immed ate, and thorough. The proprietor begs leave to submit the fol lowing’ case, from LJr Stowe’.!, who is well known to the inhabitants of tins city, especial iy at the South Lit i an 1 South Huston, as a very worthy and respectable citizen:— A Cafe. Sin-I d - not hesitate to give my most tin qualified approbation in luvjur of your valuable Albion Corn Piaster, by the use of less than i box, Mrs. Stow; II has been cured of a coni i on each'/foot, which had been er.ee .dingly troublesome and painful tor \e«rs, and I think 't hot justice to your invalm.bh* preparation to add, (for the tncourpjp’ii ent of those v-I o, owing to repeated Ji**rppoir.trnt nts in the \:i riotis retm dies resorted to, have finally des paired ei a cute,) that ytur Piaster curwd her corns, alter trying other highly recommended | remedies to no purposes and what inert ases my confidence in the superiority ofyour Plas* ter, is the fact, that it has been used by se\e ral ofrnv neighbors: with, equally good success (Signed) Set b Stow ell, Keeper of Toll house, South boston bridge. Mr. T. Kidder, Proprietor of the Conway . Medicines. Hoston, June 17lh', 1S-9. • #* Price 50 ccfits SORE AND INFLAMED EYES. rTi^iiK studious, the weakly, and o'hers, wi < ; jt. are troubled with soreness or inllamma tiun of tin* delicate organ, w-li he able to ob tain a most pKabur.t and invaluable applies lion, m DUMFRIES’ This well established Wash lor the Lye i* perfectly innocent, and gives immediate relief, even in verv aggriivaie*’ cases ot sorctitas ami inflammation. Price ~5 cents •#* None genuine units* signed on the out side pntPed vviapper by t e sole proprieti r, r. Kidddtr, urnr.ed.cte succtst-t r to the Lit iJr W. T (Jonway. For s.»!e, w >th all the oth «, r “Conway Medicine s,” at im Count :ng h< on:, No 99, nt it do; r to J Kidder’s Krug St< re, orr.tr ol C^urt an 1 Hanover streets, i»e^r Concert Hail, Boston THOMPSON KlHDKfC And also, by his special appou.trr.i nt, by YV t?. b i'AlM.Mc, tan 24 Fairfax street, Aiexsm.na 1 .a re di-coo nt to * hose who *«•.•!: «»•}1 v i r r/i/;.>•///. v luroini:» minis. Is I' re< civeil and 'nr s »le by tin* subsci ibt r, $9 who c :n confidently recommend the : , a* hey were ‘dieted v. dn iH'e under In* personal observation. Among the articles ale tile folio a mg, viz: Swaim’s Vermifuge, (on hand the Panarea) bo'li preened direct Immii iv. tirr.’> I.a‘»oia'oiy Patent (ium LLs’ic, m si c-ts a id :Cpiuits; gum ela-tic injection b.«g>, Sc. Stentid win e S* ap, in har-; do. in pound s(| Wares; l.od> emollient vegetable sii.vig; cak<-, deligl t:ully perfumed, f. r makr g *':• ng ctHiTij I hi lit r w it In mt ii r:ta' iig the skm; < a-tdr soap; Low’s nli\e oil, <h in sc inu-k, almond, ri se and Naj'l* s S'-ap; Nap'es -• ap »n jar-, pr*-* psred by N Smith Prentiss; toilet and si avi* g j Miap, prepare*.! b\ the su st l iber, calculated tor chapped and tei d* r skins. Walkden’s black ink p'wd-r, a superior ar ticle, w i'li the Manutac'urei’s c-iti'ioi arv certifi cate on each packag* ; tf apparent, black and note wafers; Kvans’s hadptneth; lironkman and Langdou’.s pencils, for artists; ILevea fx. Son’s water colois, in boxfs; white frosting; In dia ink, w Lit-, \eiluw, pale and green bronze; goh'twd; t.n foil French and Herman c h’gne water, imported; Palmer’s odoriferous compound or Amer can sweet bag, tor perfuming beuureau*, wardrobes, «c ; ottar ot roses; be .s od; splendid cut pun gents Hair brushe*, a variety of pattern*, of excel lent quality; dusting brushes; varnish do; oiai k ing do; and lutge assortment ot very line tooth brushes Mechis's magnetic razor strap and paste, from London; luc.ter matches, large and small; ther mometers, of various patterns; bath or bristol brick, for clearing knives; shaving boxes; »c gir cases; an assortment of pocket books; sy r.nges, ot various kinds; snuff box-sJapanned tins, for signs; fine and coarse sponge English chamomile flowers, fresh Rest Russian Isinglass Genuine Haarlem oil, imported from R mr i Alchohol, of best quality J Acidulate cl ginger drops;peppc rmint I ,Zer ee, Mustard, of cxcellei l quaht), fr«,m l.ont\, * Geiiu'ne (lowland’s L* tion, impored i, r moving ever) kind of coarseness, er(ip tion and unpleasant appearai ce' ut ti skin Ie German lustre; Spanish blactc leal Rest (’al;«oria 1 cjuc rice Camphor; Dean's rl eurratic pi:* Superior bleached Jama cn gingt . Read barle>; se’ectt d rhubarb r<>:e Shaker’s herbs, t c., of various kinds Genu nc Fteucii sulphate of qnuine Ameiican do do of best manufacture \\ latrine, str) cl nine, sulphate aul acttu?** of morphine, ai d other vegetable r r ’ edicts Musk; Irish rms*; nutm-gs Calcined dial coal, careful))' prepared f^r rtc* ehcal use Gum aiabic, very sup^icr; long pepper Re>t Ttuki) <>j ium, c oefuBy selected Flake manna; white wax; soda, for viuslrr S..!a<i oil, of icrv fine qual.'v Red uxe leaves, fre-h.and cartful!) prepared I.-tharraCJ ’e’s eld r*de of S'uia Kreosot, n[»':«iiu'(! titer the i.'MiMih-cturer Rest hngli<h and A*i r'iiC*n c.dou el; mi hand an aS'Oitm n* of ollu r cliemir,-. R R.iterit corn rubbers; trusses a vatic ty He rse firao <; adnts*ve plaste r, spread ShtlCc; canal t uul hemp seed; hair pc.wder Iudig ; chipptd !og ,v i od An additional supply ot Landrtth’s garden sec ds On l and a gerc ral sssorfment of snides, in the Druggist's line, including a large numoer of Ran lit ami 1 hoiiiso.uau Mt-dicints. Jlf* 21 MM. STABLER. Leesburg Gen'us of Liberty, M arientou Re. r and M’io' h(>br Vugiii'aii. IMFOK1 ANT NO i K c,. £ T is deemed advisable to pmtt c t the fe puliiu from daily impositions, to add an additional label on each packe t of the CiKiNLINE JS FILLS, which must heat the sign;.ton ci each A'jet.t thiouo]) whose hands it passes in addi tion to my name, as no apothecary or druje* ^ is prrmiUi c to vend the* same II. SliKFIIEAKJ* MlJA’I . ’ -JoIe Hvcean I h .Vgate tothe l/. rL I Teuk lyn, N.’V. nhaltn si:crm:i>. Py the use of the livgcian \ cgota’ le Universal medicines oi tiie Urilish Col lege of Health. London, which have ob tained tiie approbation and recommen dation of thousands. ( w ho. by the haw ing of Providence, have been cured in Consumptions, Cholera Morbus, Inflam mations internally and externally; 1/ys pep-i.i. Fevers, A true,Indigestion, Dilious or .Nervous A flections and all diseases of the Liver, ^ eilow Fever, (lout. Rheu matism. Lumbago, Tic Dnlortwix, Prop •y. Ft. \ itim I )ance, Fpiiepsy. Apoplexy, i’aiaiysis, Pai.-t y. Cre<*n Fic kness, and all obsti uc ti< n* to vv Lie h the female form is so distressingly liable, and w hit h sends so many ol the fairest portion ol creation to their untimely graves; Final! Pox, Mea sels. Whooping <c.u**h, gf carle t 1 c ver, Asthma, Jaundice, Crave!. Stem1, and all urinary obstructions: fistula, Piles, strictures. Ruptures, and Fy; hike, in all its stages; Constipatid Ilowels, Wornir.. Scurvy, Itching of the Fkin, Ling’s F.vil, and ail Cutaneous Hisor d< rs; in slan t every comniaint to which the human frame is so direfiillv subject, under all their vaiied forms ana names: as it has been indisputably demensti a ted, that Man is si/ltjtcl family otic real dis ease, that is the 1/n fjirril y (J the Hit ad, (from whence springs every complaint that c an possibly assail his complicated fi a me) ami a very slight trial of the Uni versal Medicines will evince their ail sufficiency to cleanse and purify that somce of life, as well as disease, and re store the sutiering patient to the blessings of Health. Tins valuable Medicine being compos ed only of vegetable matter, or mrdici nable Nubs, and warranted, on oath, as containing not one particle of mercurial, mineral,or chemical substances (all of which are uncongenial to the nature of man, and. therefore destructive to the hu man frame) is found to be perfectly harmless to the most tender age or weakest frame, undei every stage* of hu man sufe. ring, and, at the same time, the most certain in searching out the root of every complaint, however deep, and of performing a cure, thut was ever ofler cc! to tne world. The Medicines are comprised in these different articles only, viz. in two kind of Pills, designated No. 1 and No. g; the first is a powe rful. l<ut most gentle*, mild ape rient or opining medicines, detaching and partially removing the bilious io| y humors, whilst the No. 2 pills carry oil those and tin* serous, acrid and putrid humours incidental to the body, and act together as a ferret in a warren never resting until cveiy avenue of the human frame is thorough)' sc are Led and cleans ed of its impui itic s. The Vegetable Cltcnsirg Powders are of great assistance to \ alients, and facilitate ti e i \ aces!it n of bs<! hun or*; they tauten,cltbnse «nd detach the acrimonious piilt^m; art cool ing, and alHy the thirst t.'r.o, two, < r three powders may be taken throughout the day, rni***d in hud a wine ot water. The genuine Medicines can be had of Vv M. POMKROV, Alexandria, Vole d<*nitfor the I.-iifrict of Columbia and its vicintft,. By whom the Pills are sold in packets of one, two and three dollars each, and the Powders it 37 A cent- per box, with printed directions; oui also by the following Nib-A yt nts: It. W. l olkii.hc'rn, between 9th and 10th streets, I’er.n. Avtmej and T. C. Wright, (ieerge* town; of whom alone can the Medicines be warranted genuine. Bv appointment of Dr, !1 S. Moat, II. P. M.f M B. C. I!., Brook!) n, N York.‘he sole importer of the^e Medicines. Morrison:?, or the Family Adviser, price f 2 7j; Practical Proofs, illustrated by numerous cases of cure, hire! edilicn, price 37£cu.!s; to be had as uca ;e. Cerllfcrln J row Ala h am a, f cc rtiiy that I was for a long time severely ulcer- on the outside of n.y face, which were occasioned by the use of Mercury in the at* tempt to core rne of a venereal complaint, and had despaired of being curt d, Lni seeing an advertisement of the Uvgrian Medicine, '*er.t to Mobile fora package, w hich I used, but as cettained that they were a n.edici* e prepar ed by a person called liver, and from the use of which i received no benefit. L p< n I cing informed of their being spurious, 1 obtained some of the genuine Morison’s Pills of jour agent for this State, Mr. J. Warford, Jr , and for the benefit of those who may be sufl’eiirg as 1 was, ' am happy to say that, by the use of the pills, in do soften to fifteen, for one month, my complaints ere entirely cured, and that I am now in as good health as I ever was. W. H* W. jan24—tf Mobile, Ala. Noy. 1» 1824.