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d)y solicited by the subscriber,
.aluable preparation, the merits ot
i been tested by time, and are aus
, und«*untedtestimony
/* Botanical Drops!
j every year increasing their long establish
(j reputation. They have outlived many ri
val preparations, and are continually gaining
upon public confidence.
The Botanical Drops have been successfully
administered for many years, as a thorough re
medy for that well known and prevalent cits*
of inveterate diseases which originate from a
vitiated habit of body,or an hereditary predis
position in the patient, and generally appear
under the various and distressing shapes of
Scrofula, Sait Rheum, Leprosy, St. Antho
ny's Fire, Fever Sores, White Swellings,
Scurvy, Foal and Obstinate Ulcers, Sore Legs
and Eyes. Scald Head, and VenereaI I amt.
In the last mentioned condition of the sys
tem, the Botanical Drops will be found to era
dicate the lurking poison, where mercury has
totally failed, and thus prevent the patient
from entailing the seeds of an hereditary dis
ease on his offspring.
Dr. Kelfe's Botanical Drops are successfully
used in cases of violent eruptions atter the
measles—red blotches—pimples on the face
festering eruf tionson thesk.n—and other dis
eases ot the external surface? and are one ot
the best Spring and Autumnal physics known,
to free the system from humois,
A physician of eminence, who had witness'd
the efficacy of this article, had the candor re
cently to acknow ledge to the proprietor, that
he considered it the best medicine know n, for
the complaints for which it is intended, and
that it ought ueservedly to stand at the head
of the whole class of such remedies
Brice 51 a bottle, om 6 bottles for $5.
THOSE who would retain or restore these
desirable personal advantages, are assur
ed that no composition can b? obtained supe
rior tc the
This *n m \.*vit and pleasant preparation
in every respect, and has, for many years past,
given universal satisiaction wherever it has
been used.
The Antiseptic Der.irifice s exempt rom
acid and other deleterious ingredients, which
too 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
the accumulation of tartar, operates as the best
preventive ol the Tooth Ache. 1 he Deutrifice
removes discolorations, and restores the beau
tiful native whiteness of the enamel. As its
application brace^ and strengthens the Gums,
it secures to them their healthy and ticrid hut,
and, by removing ail offensive foreign accu
mulations from the teeth, preserves the natu
ral sweetness of the breath. Price 50 cents
None genuine unless signed on the out.
side punted wrapper by the sole proprietcr,
T. Kidder, .nmediaie successorto the late Dr
W. T. Conway. For sale, with Jill the other
“Conway Medicine," at his Counting Room,
No 99, next door to J. Kidder's Drug Store,
corner of Court and ilar.over streets, near Con
cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KIDDER.
And, by his special appointment, by
W M. STABLER, Fairfax street, Alexandria.
•## Large discount to those who buy to sell
Asthma! *V Catarrh!
IN that long train ot diseases which seem to
grow witu the growth of civilized society,
Consumption takes the lead in its relentless
inroads upon human life; yet this dreadful dis
order is eos.ly overcome in its earlier stages.
It is only when neglected that it arrives at the
terrific maturity which so often baffles the sa
* gacity of professional science. An obstinate
cough is the customary forerunner of the pui
.moiury consumption Improper neglect in the
♦timely administration of simple and salutary
medicines, is sme to be reproved by a dread
ful succession of consumptive symptoms—op
pressiou of the breast; greenish and bloody
spittle; ulcerated lungs and hectic fever; shri
veiled extremities, and general emaciation of
the whole body; prostration of strength; flush
ed cheeks; swollen feet and legs; and at last,
in the full possession of tne mental faculties,
and while hope still whispers her flattering
tale—cold extremities, and a premature death.
For the various stage* of this complaint, one
of the most approved remedies ever yet dis
covered is
This exceedingly powerful, and vet equally
safe and innocent preparation,has effected tho
rough and rapid cures upon patients supposed
to have been far advanced in a confirmed Con
sumption, and who have exhibited the appear
ancea which usually inaicate a iatai termination
of the disorder.
As the Pills require in ordinary cases no
confinement, thev may be administered with
confidence and safety to all ages and classes of
people. Unexampled success has hitherto at
tended their administration in a great variety
of cases; and the proprietor can refer to a mu!
titude, which testify to their efficacy in reviv
ing the emaciated victim from the bed of dis
ease, and restoring him to the blessings of ac
customed health and activity.
Price $1 tor wh<>/e Doxes of 30 pills, and 50
% cents for halt do. of 22 pills, with directions.
Tlbion Corn Plaster!
FIXttK Albion Corn Piaster solvtns the corn,
X however old and tough, and extracts it to
the very roots, The relief afforded is gentle,
immediate, and thorough.
The proprietor begs leave to submit the fol
lowing case, fiwm Mr. Stowell, who is well
known to the inhabitants ol this city, especial
ly at the South fend and South lioston, as a
?ery worthy and respectable citizen;—
A Clill
Sim—I do not hesitate to give my most un
qualified approbation in favor of your valuable
Albion Com Piaster. By the use of less than
a box, Mrs. Stoweli has been cured of a corn
on each foot, which had been exceedingly
troublesome and painful for year*, and 1 think
it but juatice to your invaluable preparation
to add, (for the encouragement of those who,
owing to repeated disappointments in the va
rious remedies resorted to, bare finally des
paired of a cure,} that your Plaster cur»d her
corns, after trying other highly recommended
remedies to no purpose; and what increase*
rav conhi^nce in the superiority of your Plas
ter, is the fact, that it has been used by seve
ral ot mv neighbors with equally good success.
(Signeo) Sstb Stow ell,
Keeper of Toil-house, South Boston Bridge.
Mr. T. Kibusm, Proprietor of the Conway
Medicines. Boston, June I7ihk 1829.
Price 50 cents
\ itudioua, the weakly. and olhera, who
•V'ar troubled withsoreneaa or mflamma
X f that viclicate organ, will be able to ob
n»o «. oat pleasant and. invaluable applica
tuio, ia IDUMFRIES’.
_ . "I WATER!
C7“" SJ1. d Waah for the Eye I*
Tkf? *•* eoabWhw. :ve» immediate relief,
perfectly im*ocent,and g.
'! even in very aggravated casei of soreness and
inflammation. Price 25 cents*
None genuine unless signed on the out
side printed wrapper by t* e sole proprietor,
T. Kiddder, immediate successor to the late
Dr. W. T* Conway. For sale, with all the oth
er MCon way Medicines,99at hisCountingRoom,
No. 99, next door to J. Kidder’s Drug Store,
corner* of Court and Hanover streets, near
Concert Hall, Bostcn.
And also, by his special appointment, by
\an 24 Fairfax street, Alexandria
Laree discount to «hose who buvtosell apain
To Rheumatic Invalids!
PERSONS suffering under Rheumatic Af
fection are respectfully assured that they
can obtain of the proprietor and his agents a
safe and admirable remedy for Rheumatism,
however obstinate the disorder may be, and
in all its differenistages. i
Ur. Jebb's Liniment!
will afford immediate relief to the patient,
and has sometimes been attened with sucli
extraordinary suecessas \o cure the most dis
tressing Rheumatism in twenty-four hours,
even when of years standing.
This highly valuable Liniment is recom
mended with a confidence founded on the
experience of many yeal®, not only as a cure
i for that excruciating disease, Lut as an excel*
lent application for Stillness of the Joints,
Numbness, Sprains, Chilblains, ^.c.
(This article is considered so superior to
every tiling eiae, and to possess such uncom
mon virtues, that *1 is ordered fiom all Parts of
the country.)
I QO* An Agent recently s: “Pler.sp send
line a further supply of Jebl/s Liniment the
first opportunity — i shall probably sell a con
siderable quantity, as it is recommended oy
some of our physicians very highly, although
contrary to their roles and regulations to give
j encouragement to such (or, patent) tncdi
»nes.,> hut is a most decided proof of their
confidence in its invaluable properties.
Another agent writes: “1 wish you to for
| ward me some more ol Jebb*s Liniment, w hici<
! hasrecoiurr.ened itself very highly.*’ Price 50
cents a buttle,

, The Painful and Debilitating Cvmjduini
■ Receives immediate relief, and in numerous
i instances has beenthoroughly cc-td, by Iht
: administration of
rjTlHS approved compound also mitigates
i and rtmovts the synptin.s which fre
quently accompany that disorder, and increase
i Uie danger of tire patient, vix: pains in loins,
headache, loss of appetite, indigestion, and
I other marks of debility.
A relieved patient writes from a distance:
•‘It is but justice to inform you, that 1 have
used your D mitnes* Remedy for the Liles for
some time past, and have found it eminently
• successful.”
The remedy is quite innocent, and may be
1 administered to aU ages and belli sext s. Liam
1 and ample directions, witha description oi the
complaint, accompany each package, which
; consists of two boxes, one containing an O.nt
! ment, and the other an Electuary.
I Price $1 for both articles, or 50 cents w here
! but one is wanted.
i -
fl^HIS agonizing disorder is cured in its most
A painful st*g< s, py one of the most sin pit
as well as puwerlul rtn.edits know n ’.Lino
dern practice- I he
aHord instant relief, without inflicting the
slightest mjur\ on the teeth They are appli
ed externally to the parts sflected, with the
| greatest ease and expedition, and general!)
| operate as a soothing lenitive to the sufiering
| patient. Price 50cents a box.
OF most obstinate character, after hav ng
battled the skill of the most eminent phy
sicians, and withstood the most highly recom
mended medical preparations,has-been check
ed, relieved, and cured, in a number ot mstan
cesin and about this*city, by using, fur a abort
time, l>r. KtLFa’s
in connexion, accordirgto the directions ac
companying the Specific It is also one of the
1 best medicines known for Sick Headache,
| Sickness at the Stomach, Nausea, and Flatu
! tences.
! Price of the Specific and Pills, 50 cents each
Debilitated Females*
! ^it|!K complaints peculiar to the female part
| 1 of the communityi hate been long sue*
j cessfull) treated by the administration of the
Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and com
! pounded by Dr Iteife. lhey cleanse tht
blood from those disorders el the female con
j atitution,for which the pills are an effectual
specific; the) restore a free circuta1 ion, reform
the irregular operations of the sanpuferous
j system, and rectify the disordered habits. The
proprietor’s confidence in the superior excel
lence of this equally innocent and powerful
1 preparation, i» founded on the most decisive
; testimony from many restored patients lie
can assure this portion of the public, that when
; are regularly taken, according to the direc
| dons, accompanying them, they revive and
. establish the desired healthy habits, and res
tore to the pallid countenance the natural
; glow of health and good spirits
Married ladies wiil find the pilis equally use
: ful, except in cases of pregnancy, w hen they
! must not betaken; neithei must they betaken
i by persons ot hectic or consumptive habits.
! 1 hey may be used successfully by either men
} or women in ail Hypochondriac, Hysteric or
I Vapourish disorders. In all cases ot this de*
! scription, the pills purify, invigorate, and re
' vive the disordered sysleni. I'rice $>k 50 b
1 b°x*
i %• None genuine un’c68 signed on theout
I side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor,
! T. Kidder, immediatcsuccessor to the late Dr
I T. Conway. For sale, with all the other JCon
! way Medicines,” at his Counting Room, No.
| 59, next door to *. Kidder’s Drug Store, cor
| nerof Court and Hanover streets, near Concert
And also, by his special appointment, by
5 an 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria.
• #* Large discounts to those who buy to sell
Itch Ointment!
fllHE extensive .sale and established repu
diation of Dumfries'Itch Ointment, encour
ages the proprietor to recommend it with re
newed confidence to the public as a m<‘s mno
cent as well as powerful application fortius
annoying disease. The moat inveterate cases
have been cuaxn i* oxx aoval by this esteem
ed Ointment. It contains no mercury, or oth
er noxioua ingredient,and may be confidently
applied even to the youngest children, or to
pregnantfemales.— Price 374 cents.
r • • None genuine unless signed on the out
aide printed wrapper by the sale proprietor,
T Kidd«r,?ir.mecHide srccersc»to the late T)r.
W, T. Conway. For sale, with all the other
“Conway Medicines,”at his Counting Room,
No. 99, next door to J Kidder's Drug Store,
corner of Court and Hanover streets, nearCon
cert Hal!', Boston. THOMPSON KIDDER.
And also, by his special appointment, by
WM. STABLER, Fairfax street, Alexandria.
%• Large discounts to those who buy to sell
again, _
JUST received and for sale by the subscriber,
who can confidently recommend them, as
> hey were selected with caie under hi* personal
observation. Among the articles are the folio**
ing, viz:—
Swuim’s Vermifuge, (on hand the Panacea)
both procmed direct fiom Swaim’s Laboiatury
Patent Gum Elastic, in sheds a id squates;
gum elastic injection hag*, i»c.
Scented white Soap, in bars; do, in pound
squares; Low's emollient vegetable shaving
c.ike, delightfully perfumed, for maki* g strong
creamy lather with* ut irrita'ing the skm; cavtile
soap; Low's olive oil, chintse n»u-k, almond,
rose and Naples Soap; Naples soap in jars, pre
pared by N SmithVrentiss; toilt t and sl avi* g
soap, prepared by the subscriber, calculated lor
chapped and tender skins.
Walkden's black ink powd* r, a superior ar
tide, wi!h the Manufacture icautnn an cei»ih
Cate on each package; tianspa fii>, black and
note wafer*; Evans’s lead pencils; Rmokman
and Langdon's pencils, lor artists; Reeves &
Son’s watei colors, ill box* s; wlote trual'iig; In
vli:« ink; whit*-, yellow, pale and giten bronze;
goldfoil; tin foil
Fiench and G rman ch'gne water, imported;
Palmer’s odolile:ftis compound or -Amercaii
sweet bag, for perfuming beaureaus,wardrobes,
&c ; ottar of fust s; bears oil; splciul J cut pun
Hair brushes a variety of patterns, or excel
lent quality; dusting brushes; vanush do; w»ark
‘pg do; and Urge assortment of vei) fine tooth
hi ushes
Mechis's magnetic razor strap and paste, fiorr.
London; luede r matches, laige and small; ther
mometers, of various pat’ern*; truth or bristol
brick, tor cleani* g knives; shavit g boxts; se
gar cases; an as*' riment of pocket books; sy
nnges, of various kinds; suufl box* s Japanned
tins, tor signs; h-.e and coarse -ponge
Kfigiish chamomile flovtci», irtsb
Best Uiiss'ao Isinglass
Genuine Haarlem oil, imported from Holland
Alchnhol, of b» st qiisli’y
Aridulatrd gmgei drops;pepp* rminl lozenges
Mustard, <’f excellent quality, from Loudon
Genuine Gowland’s Lotion, import'd, for re
moving every kind of coaisentss, erup
tion and unpleasant ap] eaiauce of the
German lustre; Spanish blacK. lead
Best Calabria liquorice
Camphor; Dean’s rheumatic pills
Supeiior bleached Jama ca gingrr
Peal barley; se’ected rhubarb root
Shake r’s hei bs, &c., of various kinds
Genune French sulphate of quinine
American do do of best manufacture
Veiatrine, sti y chniiie, sulphate and ?>cefate
of morphine, iir.d other vegttubie pro
Musk; Irish moss; nutmegs
Calcined charcoal, carefully prepared f<-r me
dica! use
Gum arable, very superior; long pepper
Best Turkey opium, carefully selected
Flake manna; white wax; soda, tot washing
Salad oil, of very tine qmdi'y
Ued lose leaves, fre*h,aiid cart fully prepared
L ibarraq* e’s chi rule of soda
Kreosot, obtained from the manufacturer
Best English and American calomel; on hand
an assortment of other chemicals
Patent corn rubbers; trusses a vaii* ly
Horse fleams; adhesive plastr r, spread
Shellac; canary and henip seed; hair powder
Indigo; chipped logwe od
An additional supply of Landreth’s garden
On hand a general assor'ment of articles, ir
the Druggist’s line, including a large number
of Fa’ent and Thoii.souian Medicines,
jin 21 W M. STAUI.KK.
Leesburg Genius of Liberty, AVarienton Ue
g'sti r and Winchester Virginian.
IS ItfcCOMMENDED as decidedly M.ptrioi
to any other known combination of Medi
cine, for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Conmn.p
tion, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, 11( araein ss,
Difficulty of Breathing, lloopingCnugh, Pains
and Weakness of the Breast, and all distast s of
?he Pulmonary organs.
This medicine is highly and justly recnm
mended, by numerous and respectable indivi
duals, who have four.d relief fri-jn its use. Ha
11y v/ho have been laboring under ] rotracted
Coughs and pains in the breast and have been
supposed by themselves and the*r friends far
advanced in consumption, have been happily
restored to perfect health by the use of this
valuable Expectorant.
Persons laboring tinder chronic or consump .
live coughs, will find great advantage from
carrying a sn ail quantity of the Indian Expec
torant with thtin, while attending to their va
rious avocations, and taking a teaspoonfui on
casionally. Their cough will be scarcely feh
and they will be enabled to expectorate with
the greatest facility, and the irritating mattei
w ill iht rebv soon be removed and a perma
nent cure effected. Let the rffiictrd try it.
Prepared only by l)r D- Jayne, of Salt m, N.
Jersey, and none is genuine without Ids writ
ten signature to the label on the outride of
the bottle*
I hereby certify that ! was cured of a violent
cough and pain in the breast by using Doctoi
Ja\ lie's Expectorant Medicine. My wife also
was afflicted with a had cough and pam in the
breast, attended with so much difficulty of
breathing as to prevent her from getting any
sleep fora number of nights in succession; bu«
by taking two doses of this medicine she was
enabled to sleep quietly litre ugh the l ight
and in a few days by continuing its use she
was perfectly restored. Jacob Hiikjkwai.
Hancock's bridge,N. J Si pt. 24, 1886.
Last spring my wife was confined to her bed
by a distressing cough and pain in her breast
and side—Her cough harassed her day and
night and her difficulty of breathing was sc
great that she got very little sleep for man;
days and nights together—None of the medi
cines she took appeared to be of any service
to her; when Dr Jayne kindly sent her a bot
tle of Indian Expectorant w bich soon and com
pletely restored her to health—She firmly be
lieves it the best medicine ever discovered.
William Povlso*.
Hancock's Bridge, N. J Nov. 21, 18j6.
From J. II. Smith, Esq Brooklyn, L, 1;
1 hereby certify that the above valuable me
dicine has been used in my family with great
benefit in several instances. J. II. Smith.
Brooklyn, Dec. 1835.
From A. D liB. Sands, Druggists, No. 100,
Fulton street, New Ycrk.
Dr. D. Jayne—Dear sir: Your Indian Expec
torant is doing well here. We have but about
oee dozen left of the gross you sent us. Y\u
will please forward on a winter supply as soon
as convenient; It seems to give universal sa
tisfaction to all whom we have heard from w ho
have u.°ed it—The season is fast approaching
when such a medicine will be much needed
and as it is well supported by good certificates
,t will sell very rapidly. The only objection
seems to be to the price; but we have not had
one customer who objected to take it on that
accocunt) as no one doubts its virtues. Very
respectfully, yours, A. if. & B. Sards.
Nov. 17* 1836.
{ From the Rev. C. C. P. Crosby, Ute agent of
the American Baptist.
j To Dr. D. Jayne—Dear sir: I have made use
of tfie Indian Expectorant, personally and in
my family for the last six years w ith great ben
efit. Indeed I may consider my life prolong
ed by the use of this valuable medicine, under
the blessing of God, for several years. I may
say almost as much in the case of my wife anci
also of the Rev. Mr Tinson of thelsland of Ja
maica. For all cases of cough, inflammation
ot the chest, lurgs and throat, l do most unhe
sitatingly recommend this as the best medicine
I have ever tiled. My earnest wish is that o
thers afflicted as I have been, may experience
ihe same relief, which I am persuaded they
will by using the Indian Expectorant.
C. C. P. Crwsbt,
i NT B Many of my neighbors, on my recom
I mendalion, ha*e tried this medicine with uni*
| form success. N. York, June 15, 1855.
| From the Rev. Jonathan Going, D Q. Editor
of the American Baptist,
; I have used the above medicine with suc
cess for a cough and hoarseness.
N. York, Dec. 1855, Jonathan Going.
| . Duel. 1). Jayne-Dear sir: I was for a long
time afflicted with a violent cough and diflicul*
| ty of hfeathing, attended with weakness and
l pain in my breast, but have been restored to
! perftgt Itea-th by using one bottle of your In
diiii Expectorant. I i<;*\c been su ject to a
1 cough and pain in my breast for near twenty
j yeais, and have found far greater benefit from
; this medicine than from any other. 1 remain,
respectfully, yours, Susan Ihklaiid.
| Canton, Nov. 21, 1856. '
Many more certificates might be added but
the above are considered sufficient.
Salem, N. J. April, 1856 I). JAYNE.^
i For sale by agents throughout the United
i States, where also may be bad Jayne’s Carmi
' native Balsam, for Bowel Complaints; Jaynes’s
Tonic Vermifuge, tor Worms, Fever and Ague
Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, &c.
Agent for Alexandr a,
1st mo 28— tv WM STABLER.
1| and ethe j Diseases, wtie l.er produced
! from Rile, Phlegm, from iutrrnal morbid mat
: tecs,arising from bad cured old d sor !ers, from
tiie use • I Mercury, Calomel,P»ark. &c. &c ; ir
, (>u females,) fiom the change of l.ft . To spe
j cify someot ihe^e diseases:—1 utter, Ringworm,
vald-head, Leprosy, l>d< s, the fell, Itching
! of i|»e Skin, lilotches, Scorbutic Eruptn ns,
Pimples, Ulf» rs. wlu-rther cuncenn s or of a
milder kmd. Mercurial Disorders of every de
scription, Heart Pun-, Loss of Appetie, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, (ieneral Debility, Jaundice,
till ions Affections of the Chest and Liver, Kn*
j largement of the Spleen, Rheumatism, Gout,
| Piles, Dtorsy, Gleet, luvoiun’ary Emissions,
Strictures amt other Urinary, Complaiois, ioclu
! ding G’avel, be. Ii is also efficacious for Dim
nt ss of sight, Hi'iidm-ss, (w here not organic,)
Inflamn ationof the Eyes, Deafness, Pressure of
Mood to the Ik:ul, Hypmcondriu in all its
shapes, Megrim, Sleeplessness and Nervous
Allec’ians of every kmd, including Palsy. It
is no less serviceable in the removal of Sterility
in the one sex, than of lncompt tency in the
other. It prevents the suppression and reme
dies the irregularity of the Monthly Complaint.
Also, the Flour Alims, Green sickness, H'steri
cal Fit®, fcc. &c. I's efficacy will be proved
! however long standing or deeply rooted and
complicated the complaint may he. In all the
: diseases mentioned the Restorer is the chief re
j medy. 'Those where additional or -secondary
medicines are rt quirt d; w-ul be found stated in
i the pamphlet, wiih directions for their use.—
(2 and rb )
j TONIC ELIXIR, diseases of the chest,
! C*»nrrhs, Cough*, Whooping cough, Pams in
the ('best or Throa», hoarseness diUicnlty in
brea'hmg, Asthma, Phlegm, Consumption,!k c
tic Feve , arid Ms concomitants. Diseases of tlie
Longs, t-vt-n if accompanied with the Spitting
of l’Mo< d, fcc. (2 and fb )
TONIC PORT-WINE, for Rowel Complaints
Indigestion, Dyspesia, (ieneral Debility, Weak
iu ss, Nervous A Ik ctions.Scc- (7b cents amt £1)
__ __ . ..... ........ a • t l
ABYSSINIA MIX I t'BE, (in liquid and in
pas’e,) for Gonorrhoea. (2 )
This medicine is in all Wnrral Dnuudeis a cer
tain r< medy, and w dl cure liie mosi deep rooted
l leers, vr thout leaving any inconvence t<» tlie
patient when all oth**r remedies have been
found in* fl* ctuaL {$2 )
AROMATIC EXTRACT, for indigestion,
Coldness in iln- Stomach, Numbness or Weak
ness in the Limbs, Inactivity “f the Skin, Belt
mg of the Skm, pains in Ihejuints,Rheumatism,
G tint, &tc. (50cents ant fl.)
SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague. (50 cents.)
GOLD-MINE LALSAM, tor Bilious or Ner
vous Affections, Rowel Complaints, Indigos'ion,
Heartburn, Wind (Fla ulence, Sea-Sickness,
coldness m the Stomach, Ciamps, <»r Numbness
Flux <*r Diairhcea, Cuolcra Morbus, Stc, (5U
RFNGAL OINTMENM, for Titter, King,
worm, Scald-head and Foul Lhcers ifl.)
1)1 PUR aTIVE POW DF.R, fnr R In ns af
‘echoes, Headache or M grim, fullness of the
Head, Dimness of Sight, be. (50 cents.)
i GENT INJECTION, for Fluor Albu«, Wriak
ss, Jkc (50 cent*.)
UNIVERSAL PI.ASTER, for di*eas»*s of the I
Chest, Dy*pnpsia, Flash Wound*, t*11 Ulcers,
Hums, Chilblains, Rheumatism, (imp,Corns &c.
(5J cents.
ASTRINGENT MIXTURE, for dissave* of :
the Clips’, Indigestion, Despt p*»a, Gen. r«l l)e
bilitv, Wr« akoess&r. (50cents.)
JAPAN OINTMENT, for Piles (*1 )
OMENTAL OINTMENT; for Blotches Pim
ples, Itching ot the Skin, or Chays, (whether
^rising from exposure t«> the sun or from cold,)
Chapped L ps, Dander, 8tc. (50 cents )
ROOTS, for the PKEPAUaTJOF of a
DECOCTION; a remedy lor lKaftiess, and j
other Auricular Complaints. »(jf2)
Aida number ot «* her auxiliary remedies.
Fora full and particular account of Kuhl’sMe
d c.nes, tiieir properties and nature, see pam
phlet; and wherein will likewise be found dir. c
lions tor their use, and numerous testimonials;
wnich may be seen in all pubi c pLc< s, or m.t\
be bad gratis, at Dr. KuhPs. offices, or of his
A gen's, by mail.
None of the medicines are genuine which
do not bear the stais as given in the pamphlet,
entitled “ Treatment of Chronic and other oisea
ses, &c.,” which is entered b) l)r. K. according
lothe Act of Congress, in the Clerk’s Office ot
the D.strict Couit of the District ot Columbia.
O. M-UNTHICUM, Drupgis', Georgetown,
1)|{. C. FARQUHAR, Alexandria, U. C.
EES I ACE & 1EMPLE, Druggist*, Rich
mond, Va.
BROWN & COLLING, Druggists, Peters
burg, Va.
J. D RANDOLPH & Co., Booksellers and
Stationers, Norfolk, Va.
DR. JAMES COOKE, Agent for Fayette
Johnson,(Drug Store) Fredericksburg,
FIELD &. GOSS, Druggists, CharloUsville,
HENRY HI DEN, Mercnant, Orange Court
House Va.
JAMES BROWN, Druggist, Charlestown,
Jeffer»on County Va. may 4—IV
VN excellent four wheeled Carriage,
with harness complete, in good or
der, will be sold very low for Virginia or
District banknotes, and still lower for
American or foreign gold or silver. Ap
ply to TI10S. VOWELL.
[ June 2
IT cannot be denied that whilst many medi
cines which are recommended to the pub
lie, have not even the negative merit of harm
lessness, there arc others which it would be
gr*at injustice indeed and suicidal prejudice
to iuvolve, untried, iii a common condemna
tion. And when a medicine comes endorsed
with all the names that have adorned the an
nals of the medical profession, and warranted
by the seal and signature of long &'•*> uniform
success its proprietor makes no unreasonable
demand upon public confidence, when he
claims for i* a superior consideration.
The Camomile preparation of I)r. W. Evans
is undeniably entitled to this enviable distinc
tion; for whilst no medical authority ill exis
tence condemns it, every medical work which
alludes to it. and every medical practitioner
that is acquainted with it, freely acknowledges
its pre-eminent virtues; and that the latter
should do so in opposition to their personal in
terest must be attributed either to their candor
and love of truth, or to their unwillingness to
fly in the face of all observation, and the testi
mony of thousands.
Dr. W. Evans does not pretend that ins
Camomile Tonic Hills cure all diseases. He
frankly and conscientiously admits that they
will not He lays no claim to the discttery
of the “Philosopher's Stone;" and wishes no
body to believe that he sells the ‘ Elixir if
Life;" but he does say. and does beiieve, and
can prove, that in debility and impaired con
stitutions; in nervous diseases ot all kinds; in
weakness of the digestive organs; in incipient
consumptions, whether of the lungs or the
liver; in the dreadful debility occasioned by
the use of purgatives; iu palsy; rheumatism;
(more especially ) in the sickness incident to
mothers and to females of relaxed nerves; in
every case of .’elirium tremens, or that disease
which is brought on by intemperance; in the
wretched horrors of mind and body, whicn ac
crue from occasional in< bret) ; in loss of appe
tite; languor; melancholy; pains in the head;
libn.s or soles, in corrupt; sallow and uncomely
comcplexion, caused by the hao state of the
fluids —in ail these cases, and in some others
mentioned in the hills of directions given with
his medicines, he does say, that the Lamonm.e
Tonic Pills, interchanged occasionally with his
aperient family Pills, (the best known) which
are Sold with them, w ill effect immediate relief;
and if used but for a fair period of trial, a perfect
cure. 'This much is placed beyond a doubt
by daily testimonies w hich would be given on
oath, and for '.his much Dr W. Evans can
conscientiously request confidence, lie t here
fore need only add that his Lamnmile I onic
Pills, together with his excellent Family Ape
rient Piqs, can be obtained, wholesale or re
tail, at No 7 Division st , near Chatham square,
New Yoik, and of his authorised Agents in
in town anil country.
(Tj'Dr. W. Evans—Sir: Pe pleased to re
ceive the thanks ot one who has been a great
stifle re r for several > ears, for the great benefit
>.he Ins received from the virtues of juur ines
timable Camomile Pills- She lias suffered
with pain and distress m the head, a tightness
across the stomach, shortness of breath, and
palpitation of the heart, exercise would al
most overcome her; hut since using your Ca
momile 'Ionic Pills, her complaints are re
moved—she is able to exercise without fatigue,
and she is happy to say can now enjoy life
comfortable again.
Mis. C. TIIOHNTON, 84 Third st.
(Xj Newark, July 18, 1855—Dear Sir: For
four years 1 have been so unwell that i w as un
able to attend to my business, and for the last
four or live months was confined to my room
my comp'aints were rheumatism, pains in m\
stomach, indigestion and loss til appe'ite with
continual pain and dizziness in my head; I used
liffcrent kinds uf medicine without effect, until
l commenced taking your invaluable Camomile
and Aperient Pills; their beneficial effectsupon
me astonish all w ho knew my situation In a
few data I shall he at your office to express
my gratitude to you in person. In the mean
time I subscribe myself your obedient ser
Vant, B S*. JARVIS, 13 Centre st.
For sale at the Store id K KKNNKMY,
Agent for Alexandria.
13 KAI) K\i—I he follow ing extracts from
d London Papers of ihe highest respects
biJitv, show conclusively that the tame of
Brandreth's Pills is not confined to this Conn
trv alone, and that th» ir value as a cleanser of
• lie stomach and bowels, and purifier of the
Blood are appreciated in F.urope also.
“We're not ourselves,
When nature, being oppressed, commands the
To suller with the body."
This is a truism conceived bv the master
mind of Shakspeare, which neither sophis'n
nor argument can refute. 1 o all those who
ire suffering from Bilious attacks, Indigestion
and Flatulency we wotilu with great sincerity,
recommend as a never failing remedy, Blau,
drttids Pills I he testimonials wc-have had sub
mitted to us in favor of mis admirab'e medicine,
fully ju t fy ourspeaking of tlie-e P'lRin terms
<;f the highest praise.—London Free Press.
I be Testimonial of If W l)i whurst, Fk] ,
riieatre of Zioiogv, Go^er stre. t, Fusion j
-quarc L.ownoa, January 10, 1334
My l)tar Sir—As you have rtques'ed my !
can lid opinion of your Pills, I h,ve nui' h plea- 1
sure in stating that when laboring under a se- j
riotis illness, in August, 1 3jl, I took the ni by j
your advice and am happy to say, that their j
action was in even w*y ad that ! could desue,
and accordingly Item their use I datt n.y re
covery. 1 consiifeitd them an excellent la
mil) medicine. I remain my dear sir, yours
truly. II VV . 1 *LwnuhST, F. L. F. S.
“Surgron Accoucher, and Professor of Mu
man and Zoological Anat. and Cor. Mem. Nat*
Mist. Society "
“Professor l)ewhnrst's testimony, respect
ing Mr Brandreth's Pilis, speak volumes After
him, we may unhesitatingly recommend them
to our subscribers, as the very ne plus ultra of
all anti bilious Pills "—London Conservative,
♦ ♦To the Whole Kamiltcf Mas. -“We
have published numerous certificates recom
mending to all our readers Brandreth’s Vege
table Hdls, as the most certain, most safe, and
inva uab'.e Medicine extant. As anti bilious
snd aperient Hills, we are perfectly convinced
they stand far above all olhets; as a certain
cure in all cases of worms, scorbntis humors,
eresiplas, and all affections of the skin, dropsy,
asthma, stone, gravel, piles, and lumbago,the)
will be found invaluable.—London lime*.
“I he most popular and highly appreciated
Medicine in the naval and military circles, is an
invention of Dr. Brandeth’s, known as Bran
cJeth’s Hills This medicine is deservedly spo
ken of as an excellent corrective, after the in
dtilgencies of the table threaten and produce
those unpleasant ‘next morning’s reminiscen
ces * which never fail to annoy, worry, and •
perplex the bon vivant.— Lonbard Standard*
(Xj’Alwats Remember that no Apothecary or
Drug Store hss the Genuine BUANDUKTH’S
HILLS for saie.
The following are the regularly appointed
AGENTS in the District of Columbia. There*
fore if you want the GENUINE BKAN
DRKTU’S PILLS, purchase ONLY of them.
Frank Ja>ton, Bookseller, Penn. Avenue,
Washington City.
James Thomas, Bookseller, Georgetown,
District of Columbia.
Eliza Kenneday, Stationer, Alexandria,
District of Columbia.
Dr. Brandreth’s Office, 72 Saratoga street,
between Howard and Eutaw st?., Baltimore,
where the Genuine Medicines can at all times,
be obtained. R. R. GREEN, Gen'I. Agent.
For Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Co*
lumbi*. »pril 28—ly
William stabler ,?;,
DruggKt, Alexandria ’
ffent for the sale of Dr. RA, i
Hygeian Pills, respectfully
is enabled to supply tlrs \L r ‘es [i*'+
public and his
on tlie same terms that thp r C *°n^
ice at New Yurk supplies m, ra‘«
beral discount being made to t'
ofllii’se pill., * “<«'■
advTrtisement of Doctor Ralph, vt
R a I p IPs I h’geisfn np ills, can1
have experienced Iron, their #! ?ti
over, they are founded on th,. ,"?
and experience ofthe British\-n
Physicians and Surgeons 0f i ''* ‘
and are recommended by’the t°vC’k
and practice ol Sir Astley Coor^ u
Abeuiethy, and'Dr. Babinetor/s»' ?'
by the grealer part ofthe more
practitioners of England and th C'^ '
1 he limits of an advertisement .in.,
allow of entering upon an r'9
ofthe principle on «Inch this
suited to so many difli-rt-ntcon nbirr "*
It iffust suffice to mention Vu ^
package oltlie pillscontains three1
two ol which are gently opmin^ « ■>
strengthening quality combinti!■ *,
to the most feeble coi.stiUitiotie;w•3
other is purgative, but inure nr W. I', •'
cording to the dose. '1 bus. I >,• \
these Pills, and altering the doses ;
able to the directions given, it oV"*'- !
ishing to witness the nuu.Ur oldi*t' V,’
which are cured or much ylkn au^
them; while there is no disease
which can possibly be injur, d \x\\l\
use. They contain no mercury, and n',a,
be taken without the inconveniences/|
caution which other medicinespeneia:
ly require. The particular diseases
which their efficacy l.asbeen proved ar<
ested,in mflny thousand individualcasts
arc the follow mg:—
Dyspepsia. and the whole of those nu
merous maladies w bich arisefrom ha! m.
al constipation of the bowels; Apnpkxv,
and all affections ot the head; Gout
Rheumatism; Scrofula, with eveiv «pr.
ciesof Salt Rheum and Disordered the
Skin; threatening Consumptive Coi:?h
Liver Diseases, whether the effect uf In
temperance or hot climate; Fever arid
Ague; Common Fever, tVc.; Intiarrma
tions; Cholera Morbus, die.; Jaundice
I )ropsy; Riles; Gravel; (deet. and i«r!a\n
other complaints of the Urinary and t;p.
nitalorgans, &c. &c.
i This medicine is also eminently usefi.i
in the whole class ol di>ordeispeculi.ir to
the female constitution, especially in N, r
veils and Hysterical disorders. F.piFptt
Fits,St. Vitus’s Dance c. Ac.; Sit h llca<
Ache, certain obstructions, sexual \o, v
ness. die. In smaller doses, it mayh
relied on as the best and safest moi;
cine in pregnancy, and for the cou.l ;
disorders ol children.
The directions given with these F.
are remarkably plain and particular-th
proper dose and manaccmenl ol flu in h
ing carefully mentioned under the l:u
ouch disorder separately.
Jus. UAi.l'H, M.!».,
Graduate of the Lniversity of Edin
burgh; Member of the Koyal College
of Surgeons London; Lecturer or
Midwifery and the Diseases of Wo
men and Children, &c. and author
ol the ** Domestic Guide to Medicnu*
!N . 1L Dr. Kalph’s Domestic C«uj«!e is
a little volume designed lor the use < f
every family, partiniliniy tLose resid
ing in the country. It is written in the
plainest manner, anil is intended toeia
1)le individuals, both male and female.to
undertake the management of their mi
complaints with safety' ana succes> —
| The price is very low, being only ^
cents, though neatly bound in hoard:,
dtc. Indeed the object of its publica
tion is Hither with a view ofspnadiw
useful knowledge? on diseasr, than ol
i any profitariaing f rom its sale.
JosiaMiKAi.ru. Nf.Ik
For sale by JAMES li. HAMILTON.
Le» sburgj
d mo 21 —ly Alexandria,D.CJ
[Leestmrg Genius of L berty-1
Pre-eminent for Cleaning and Preferr
ing the Hair.
I> unrivalled in its exceltrr cc for proirohrg
f lur it- gp> w 111 a lift bt MO \ of 11 o I :,il hl r
if.«* in m< diate removal of dandruff or w«.r.
W hen, tr« m disease or r.rglect, t! e lu"r kf
con es haul, lixrsh. and dr>, ai.d bfg»
off, die licstorative advar.cts .ts gr« »di, 'm*
proven its appearance, adds io it- cLs Cmi,
.tin! bestows to it a transcendent gl«M )t
t ft is article is intended t»» scpcr-c'lr o
ther preparations for the ha r; ai.d h'° e u 1
«ue it will find in it a luxuriant »ppeoO ge ■«>
ejiihelhsh, and for it any r asm.s n.‘Hi [:t ^
diie (particularly in the nursery) to arv h '-V
of the kind heretofore offered to the puinic.
Certificate of the Hon H J Shitlns/ f ^
/ Io use oj Jt eft rt s entatiifS.
1 have made an experiment of die
Hair KeMorative,” with great hertht. *
lieve it may be safely used, and t * Kre* .
vantage, b) every one It has gre-tly 1 *
ished the dan lriiff‘, and very much ,fr‘Pr ,
the texture of my hair, from the "c‘ *
use of this preparation forcightor tenuaj
fc. J. Shiui»s*
Dec. 16th, 18"6. • 0f
We concur in the above recommendation
the efficacy of the -Pew.n llur «*»'*•'»
in romoviiiK the d.nilruli trom the te. .
of me ottirr beneficial effect, re.ull.ng lf.»
its application to the hair
11 N. Sickles*
W. Tatlop, M. "*
Of the House of RepreaeHtatm*
For saF. wholesale or retail, by the_Pr P
rer, g. W. SMITH, Washington, U- G
For «ale by W m. Sub'er. C
exan.lri»i J. F. Callan, C- Boyle, ^
F. Howard, Washington} G. ». -
Georgetown- n„97~ly
Price 75 cents par bottle. rrar *
Quarles haw kins, 'acrf
Vy from Mr. W. Morgan, Sr *. Loo
Shoe Manufactory, r
King Street, Alexandria, U- '- #
intends to keep a general assm '
all articles in his line of busine»s- * , (
tenders his sincere thanks to ‘r)ie
•generally for the distinguished r*u
he has received from them, and i- fce
assured of his ability to serve ^
solicits a continuance of the ;J"‘
has a new SPRING SADDLE.
by theRev. Mr. Callahan, of Va
he invites the public to call an • A
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