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13 respectfully toiicited bv The subscriber, to ao invaluable preparation, the merits of which have been tested by time, and are sus tained by undoubted testimony, |)R. RELFB’S £?* Sote’dcal Drops! evverv ”Tar increasing their long establish to refutation. Thev have outlived many ri val oreparations, and are continually gaining upon public confidence. The Botanical Drops have been successfnhy a Imtnistered for many years, as a thorough re mecly for that well known and prevalent c.ass of inveterate disease* which originate “onJ a vitiated haoit of bodv.oran hereditary predis portion in the patient, and generally appear under the various and distressing shapes of Scrofula, Salt Kheum, Leprosy, St. Antho ny %, Fire, Fever Sores, White Swellings, Acurw, Foul and Obstinate Ulcers, Sore Legs wad Byes, Scald Head, a-nd Venereal Taint. In the last mentioned condition of the sys tem, the Botanical Drops will be found to era d cate 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. Or. lielfe’s Botanical Drops are successfully used in cases of violent eruptions after tne measles—red blotches—pimples cn the face— festering erut>tionson the skin—and other dis-: eases of the external surface; and are one of j the best Spring and Autumnal physics known, to free the system from humors. A physician of eminence, who had witnessed the efiicacv of this article, had the candor re cently to acknowledge to the proprietor, that he considered it the best medicine known, for | ta-^ complaints for which it is intended, and ] t ut it ought deservedly to stand at the head of the whole class of such remedies, price 1l a bottle, o" 6 bottles for f5* WHITE T2ST3! AXD HEALTHY ci;ncs» fTlHOSR who would retain or restore these desirable personal advantages, are assur ed tbit no composition can b? obtained supe BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENTRI’I FICE. Tiis's an ele^Tut and pleasant preparation in everv resnect, and has, tor many year,-past, i given universal satisfaction wherever it lias been used. l’ne Antiseptic Dentrifice * exempt roni acid and other deleterious ingredients, which too frequently enter the composition of too’ * Xio-.vdera in common use, r.nd . whitens the enamel of the teeth w ithout doing it the least injury. The regular use o» tnis adm.red pow der, by purifying t!»e mouth and preventing i he accumulation of tartar, operates as the best preventive of the Tooth Ache. 1 he Dentrifice removes discolorations, ami restores the beau tiful native whiteness of the enamel. As its application braces and strengthens the Gums, it secures tothem their healthy and florid hue, and, by removing ari 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 printed wrupperby the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, immediate successor to the late Dr w. t. Conway. For sale, with all the other •4 Conway Medicine,” at his Counting Hoorn, No 99, next door to J. Kidder’s Drug Store, corner of Court and Hanover streets, near Con cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KiDDL.ll; And, by his special appointment, by V/i 1. STABl.RK, Fairfax street, Alexandria. *•* Largo discount to those who buy to sell ag i1 n» CJoiasiamptioa: Asihxia! Sf Calarr&l TIN that long tram oi diseases w hich seem to E_ grow with the growth of civilized society, Consumption takes the lead in its relentless inroad'* upon human life;yet this dreadful dis nrvler is easily overcome in its earlier stages. It is i»n!y when neglected that it arrives at the terrific maturity which so often bafiles the sa gacity of professional science. An obstinate cough is tnc customary forerunner of the pul monary consumption. Improper neglect m the tirneiy administration of simpie and salutary medicines, is suie to be reproved by a dread ful succession of consumptive symptoms—op pression of the breast; greenish and bloody spittle; ulcerated lungs and hectic fever; shri veiled extremeties, and general emaciation of the whole body; prostration of strength; Sash ed cheeks; swollen ieet and legs; and at last, in the full possession of the mental faculties, and while hope still whispers her flattering tate—mid extremities, and a premature death. For the various stages of this complaint,'one of ttie most approved remedies ever yet uis* DR. RELFE’S ASTHMATIC PILLS. This exceedingly powerful, and vet equally safe and innocent preparation, has effected tho rough and rapid cures upon patients supposed t » have been far advanced in a confirmedCon sumption, and who luve exhibited tlie appear ances which usually indicate a fatal 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; anti the proprietor can refer to a mill, titude, which testify to their efficacy in reviv. iar the emaciated victim from the bed of dis eiae, and restoring him to the blessings oi ac customed health and activity. Price 31 for who/e boxes of 30 pills, and 50 cents for half do* of 12 pills, with directions. libion C’Om Plaster! F^iIC Albion Corn Piaster softens the com, JL 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 th.e'fol* lowing case, from Mr. Stowell, who is well known to the inhabitants of this city, especial lv at the South End and South Boston, as a ery worthy and respectable citizen:— A Case. Sia —I do not hesitate to give my most un qualified approbation in favor of your valuable Albion Coru Piaster. By the use of less than a box, Mrs. Stowell has been cured of a corn on each foot, which had been exceedingly troublesome and painful for years, and 1 think \t but justice to your invaluable preparation to add, (for the encouragement of those who, owing to repeated disappointments in the va rious remedies resorted to, have finally des paired of a cure,) that your Plaster cur*d her corns, after trying other highly recommended remedies to no purpose; and what increases mv confidence in the superiority of your Plas ter, is the fact, that it has been used by seve ral of my neighbors with equally good success. (Signed) Seth Stowell, Keeper of Toll house, South Boston Bridge. Mr. T. Kidueb, Proprietor of the Conway Medicines. Boston, June 17th, 1S«9. Price 50 cents SORE AND INFLAMED EYES. studious, the weakly, and others, who L are troubled with soreness or infiamma tion of that delicate organ, will be able to ob tain a most pleasant and invaluable applica Q DUMFRIES' ty BTB WATER! This well es.abliahed Wash for the fcye is perfectly i*noc«nt,and grffcrixxiwtdiate relief, even in very aggravated cases of soreness and inflammation. Price 25 cents. • • None genuine unless signed on the out* side printed wrapper by the sole proprietcr, T. Kiddder, immediate successor to the late [)r. W. T* Conway. For sale, with all the oth er "Conway Medicines,"at hisCountingKoom, No. 99, next door to J. Kidder’s Drugstore, curntr of Court and Hanover streets, near Concert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KIDDER. And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLER, tan 24 Fairfax street, Alexandria Laree discount to those who huvtosell again To Rheumatic luvalids! 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 different stages.^, Ur. Jcbb\s Liniment! will afford immediate relief to the patient, and has sometimes been attened with such extraordinary suecessas io cure the most dis tressing Rheumatism in twenty-feur hours, even when of years standing. This highly valuab’e Liniment is recom* mended with a confidence founded on the experience of many years, not only as a cure for that excruciating disease, but as an excel* lent application for Stiffness of the Joints, Numbness,Sprains, Chilblains, fete. (This article is considered so superior to every thing else, and to possess such uncom mon virtues, that it is oidered from all parts of the country.] (jj* An Agent recently writes: "Pleasesend me a further supply of Jebb’s Liniment the first opportunity—1 shall probably sell a con siderabie quantity, as it is recommended by some ot our physicians very highly, although contrary to the® rules and regulations to give encouragement to such (or, patent) medi* ines." 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 cf Jebb’s Liniment, which hasrecommened* tsell very highly.” Price 50 cents a bottle. The Painful and Debilitating Complaint THE PILES Receives immediate relief, and in numerous instances ln.s been thoroughly cured, by the administration ot DUMFRIES’ REMEDY FOP. C7" THE PILES.. rytlHS approved compound also mitigates }L and removes-the ssnpttns which ire quentlv accompany that disorder, and increase tlie 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 y ou, 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 administered to all ages and both sexes. Plain and ample directions, with a description of the complaint, accompany each package, which consists of two boxes, one containing an Oint ment, and the other an Klectuary. i Price $1 for both articles, or 50 cents where but oue is wanted. THE TOOTH ACHE. THIS agonizing disorder is cured in its most paiidul stages, by one of the most simple 1 as well as powerful remedies know n inmo dern practice- The CAMBRIAN TOOTH ACHE PILLS i aflord instant relief, without inflicting the slightest injury on the teeth. They are appli ed externally to the parts affected, with the greatest ease and expedition, and generally f operate as a soothing lenitive to the suffering patient. Price 50ct-nts a box. Dyspepsia OF most obstinate character, after hav’ng batHed the skill cf 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 instan j ces in and about thiscity, by using, for a stioxt time, l)r. P.elfe’s VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, & ANTI. BILIOUS PILLS, in connexion, according to the directions&c i companying the Specific. It is also one of the best medicines known for Sick Headache, : Sickness at the Stomach, S-usta, andFlutu • lences. Price of theSpecific and Pills, 50cents each ! Debilitated Femaicsi I 'RMIK complaints peculiar to the female part JL cf the community, ha\c been long sue \ cessfully treated by the administration of the i Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and com ! pounded Ly Dr. Kelfe. rl hey cleanse the 1 blood from those disorders of the female con 1 Rtitut»on,for which the pills are an effectual specific; they restore a free circulation, reform the irregular operations of the sanguiferous s\ stein, and rectify the disordered habits. The ! proprietor’s confidence in the superior excel lence of this equally innocent and powerful preparation, is founded on the most decisive testimony from many restored patients. He can assure this portion of the public, that when Ull. RELFE’S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEMALES ! are regularly taken, according to the direc j tions, 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 will find the pills equally use* j 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 either men j or women in all Hypochondriac, Hysteric or j Vapourish disorders. In all cases ot this cie* ! scriptioii, the pills purify, invigorate, and re i vive the disordered system. Price $i a box. •#* None genuine unless signed on theout side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, immediatesuccessor to the late Dr j T. Conway. Forsale, with all the other 'Con | way Medicines,** at his Counting Room, No. j 99, next door to J. Kidder's Drug Store* cor nerof Court and Hanover streets, near Concert Hull, Boston THOMPSON KIDDER. And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLER, jan 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria. •#* Large discounts to those who buy to sell again. DUMFRIES’ Itch Ointment! THE extensive .sale and established repu tation of Dumfries* Itch Ointment, encour ages the proprietorto recommend it with re j newed confidence to the public as a nms’inno. cent as well as powerful application for this annoying disease- The most inveterate cases have been cuasri in css Houa! by this esteem ed Ointment. It contains uo mercury, or oth er noxious ingredient, ant] may be confidently applied even to the youngest children, or to pregnant females-—Price cents. %• None genuine unlesg signed on the out aide printed wrapper by tkv ssje proprietor, T Milder,immediate srccest-Mto the Talc Er. VV. T. Conway. For sale, with all the other “Conway Medicines,” at his Counting Hoorn, No. 99, next door to J. Kidder’s Drug Store, corner of Court and Hanover streets, nearCon. cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KIODBR. And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLRK, Fairfax street, Alexandria. Large discounts to those who buy to sell ^gain. ~FRESHLY IMPORTED DR LOS. JUST received and for sale by the subscriber, who can confidently recommend them, as they were selected with care under hi* personal observation. Among the articles are the follow ing, viz:— Swaim’s Vermifuge, (on hand the Panacea) bo'*li procured direct from Swaim’s Laboratory Patent Gum Elastic, in sheets and squares; gum elastic injection bags, &c. Scented white Soap, in bars; do. in ponnd squares; Low’s emollient vegetable shaving cake, delightfully perfumed, for making strong creamy lather without irritating the skin; castile soap; Low’s olive oil, Chinese musk, almond, rose and Naples Soap; Naples soap in jars, pre pared by N. Smith Prentiss; toilet and shaving soap, prepared by the subscriber, calculated »or chapped and tender skins. Walkden’s black ink powder, a superior ar ticle, with the Manufacturer’s cautionary certifi cate on each package; transparent, black and note wafers; Evans’s lead pencils; Krookman and Langdon’s pencils, for artists; Keeves & Son’s water colors, in boxes; white frosting; In jdiaink; white, yellow', pale and green bronze; jgoldfoil; tin foil French and German cologne water, imported; Palmer’s odoriferous compound or American | sweet bag, for perfuming beaureaus,wardrobes, , &c-; ottar of roses; bears oil; splendid cut pun gents Hair brushes a variety of patterns, of excel lent quality; dusting brushes; varnish do; mark ing do; and large assortment of very fine tooth brushes ... . _ Mecms s magneirc razor strap ano pave, London; lucifermatches, large and small; ther mometers, of various patterns; hath or Bristol brick, lor cleaning knives; shaving boxes; st gar casts; an assortment of pocket books; sy ringes, of various kinds; snuff boxes Japanned tins, for signs; fine and coarse sponge English chamomile flowtrs*fresh lk-st Russian Isinglass Genuine Haarlem oil, imported from Holland Alchohol, of bt3t quality Acidulated gingert!rops;peppe rmint lozenges Mustard, of excellent quality, from London Genuine Gowland's Lotion, import;- I, for re moving every kind of coarseness, erup tion and unpltasant appearance of the skin German lustre; Spanish blacK. lead Pest Calabria hquorice Camphor; Dean's rheumatic pills Superior bleached Jamaxa ginger Peadbarle); selected rhubarb root Shaker's herbs, &.C., of various kinds Geniioie French sulphate of quinine American do do of best manufacture Vi-ratrine, strychnine, sulphate and acetate of morphine, and other vegetable kpro ducts Musk; Irish moss; nutmegs Calcined charcoal, carefully prepared for me dical use Gum arabic, very superior; long pepper Pest Ttnkey opium, carefully selected Flake manna; white wax; soda, for washing Salad oil, of very fine quality Red lose leaves, fre»-li,and carefully prepared Laharraque’s chi ride of soda Kreosot, obtained from the manufacturer Ptst English and American calomel; on hand an assortment of other chemicals Patent corn rubbers; trusses a variety Horse fleams; adhesive piaster, spread Slw.ilac; canary and hemp seed; hair powder lndig'<; chipped logwood An additional supply ot Landreth's garden seeds On hand a general assortment nf articles, in the Druggist's line, including a large number of Patent and Thunisonian Medicines, jin 21 \\ M. STAPLER. Leesburg Genius of Liberty, Warrenton Re gist; r and Winchester Virginian. JAYNE'S INDIAN EXPECTORANT2 a S RECOMMENDED as decidedly superior jL to any other know n combination of Mali cine, for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Consump tion, Asthma, Spitting of Plood, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Preathirg, HoopingCongh, Pains and Weakness cl the Ereust, an J all diseases of the Pulmonary organs. This medicine is highly and justly recom mended, by numerous and respectable indivi duals, who have found relieffrom its use. Ma ny who have been laboring under protracted Coughs and pains in the breast and have been supposed by themselves and their friends far advanced in consumption, have been happily restored to peifect health by the use ot this valuable Expectorant. Persons laboring under chronic or consump tive coughs, will find great advantage from carrying a small quantity of the Indian Expec torant with them, while attending to their va rious avocations, and taking a teaspoonfui oc casionally. Their cough will be scurcely felt and they will be enabled to expectorate with the greatest facility, and Ibe irritating matter will thereby soon be removed and a perma nent cure effected. Let the afflicted try it. Prepared only by l)r D. Jayne, of Salem, N. Jersey, and none is genuine without his writ ten signature to the label on the outside of the bottle. CERTIFICATES' 1 hereby certify that 1 was cured ofa violent cough and pain in the breast by using Doctor Jayne’s Expectorant Medicine* My vile also was afflicted with a bad cough and pain in the breast, attended with so much difficulty ol <bread.ing as to prevent her from getting an) sleep for a number of nights in succession; but by taking two doses of this medicine she v ss ’enabled to sleep quietly through the night and in a few days by continuing its use she was perfectly restored. Jacou Kinr.EW.sr. Hancock’s Bridge, N. J. Sept. 24,1836. hast 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 tie of Indian Expectorant which soon and com pletely restored her to health—She firmly be lieves it the best medicine ever discovered. William Povlsdv. Hancock’s Bridge, N. J. Nov. 21, 1836. From J. H. Smith, Esq. Brooklyn, L. Ir l hereby certify that the above valuable me dicine has been used in my family with great ( benefit in several instances. J. H.Sjmth, Brooklyn, Dec. 1835. From A. D & B. Sands, Druggists, No. 100, Fulton street, New York. 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. You 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 who have used it—The season is fast approaching ; when such a medicine will be much needed and as it is well supported by good certificates it will sell very rapidly. 'I he only objection scorns to be to the price? but we have not had one customer who objected to take it on that accocuntj as no Qne doubts its virtues. Very( respectfully, youi* A. D. & B. Sikhs. Nev. 17> 1836. 'Frotu the llev. t. G. P. Crost Ikte agent of the American Baptist. To Dr. T>. Jayne—Dear sir; I have made use of the Indian Expectorant, personally and in my family for the last six year* with 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. 1 may say almost as much in the case of my wife and also of the Kev. Mr Tinson of thelshnd of Ja maica. For all cases of cough, inflammation of the chest, lungs and throat, I do most unhe sitatingly recommend this as the best medicine I have ever tried. My earnest wish is that o thers afflicted as I have been, may experience the same relief, which l am persuaded they will by using the Indian Expectorant. C. C. P. Crosby# N B Many of my neighbors, on my recom mendation, hare tried this medicine with uni form success. N. York, June 15, 1835# From the Kev. Jonathan Going, I). D. Editor of the American Baptist, I have used the above medicine with sue i cess for a cough and hoarseness. N. York, Dec. 1835, Jonathan Goibg. Pocl. T). Jayne—Dear sir: 1 was for along time afflicted with a violent cough and difficul ty of breathing, attended with weakness and ! pain in my breast, but have been restored to ! perfect health by using one bottle of your In dian Expectorant. I have been subject to a cough and pain in my breast for near twenty years, and have found far greater benefit from this medicine than from any other. I remain, respectfully, yours, Susa* 1iu:laud. I Canton, Nov. 21, 1836. Many more certificates mieht be added but the above are considered sufficient. Salem, N. J. April, 1836 D. JAYNE.*; For sale by agents throughout the United States, where also may be had Jayne's Caroii. native Balsam, for Bowel Complaints; J.unes's Tonic Vermifuge, for Worms, Fever and Agur Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, c. Agent for Alexandria, 1st mo. 28—1 v W\f. STABT.FR. DR. KUIIL'S MEDICINES. Restorer of the uwmn, for chronic and othe i Diseases, vne her produced from Rile, phlegm, from internal morbid mat ters, arising from bad cured old d sorfers, from the use if Mercury, Calomel,Rark. kc. &c ; lr (in females,) from the change of l.fe. To spe I city Mimeof these diseases:—'i etter, Ringworm, Scald-head, Leprosy, Riles, the itch. Itching of the Skin, Blotches, Scorbutic Eruptions, Pimples, Ulcers, uherther cancerous or of a milder'kind. Mercurial Disorders of every de scription, Heart Rum, Loss of Appetie, Indi gestion, Ihspepsia, General Debility, .Vninihce, Rihous AHecUons of the Chest and Liver, En largement of the Spleen, Rheumatism, Gout, Piles, Dropsy, Gle. t, lnvoluirary Emissiot s, Strictures and other Urinary, Complaints, inclu ding Gravel, &c. I» is also efficacious for Dim nes- of sight, Blindness, (where not organic,) Inflammation of the Eyes, Deafness, Pressure of Blood to the Head, llyprocondria in all its shapes, Megrim, Sleeplessness and Nervous Afiectians nt even kind, including Puhv. It j | is no less serviceable in the renvoal of Sterility j in uie one sex, than of Incompetency in the ! other. It preven'sthe suppression and reme [ dies the irregularity of the Monthly Complaint. ! Also, the Flour Albus, Green sickness, Ihsteri l cal Fits. he. 6tc. Its efficacy will be proved | however long standing or oeeply looted and ■ complicated the complaint may be. In all the diseases mentioned the Restorer is the chief re medv. Those where additional or secondary medicines are required; will be found stated in the pamphlet, with directions for their use.— (2 and $?3 ) TONIC KL1XSR, diseases of the chest, Catarrhs,,Cough*, Whooping cough, Pams in the Cheat or Throat, hoarseness difficulty in breathing* Asthma, Phlegm, Consumption,Hec tic Fever, and its concomitants. Diseases of the Lungs, evtn if accompanied with the Spilling of lUowl, 5*c. (2 and >3 ) I 'IONIC POR F-WINE, for Bowel Complaints Indigotion, Dvspesia, General Debility, Weak ness, Nervous All- ctions,&c- (75 cents and $1.) ABYSSINI A MIXTURE, (in liquid and in paste,) for G morrheea. (:2 ^ VEGETABLE ANTI-SYPHIL1TIC SYRUP. This medicine is in ah Veneral Disorders a cer tain remedy, and will cure the most deep rooted Ulcers, without leaving any inconvence to the patient w hen all oilier remedies have T been found ineffectual. (£2.) AROMATIC EXTRACT, for indigestion, Coldness in the Stomach, Numbness or Weak ness in the Limbs, Inactivity of the Skin, Itch ing of the Skin, pains in thejoints,Rheumatism, Gout, Stc. (50ccnis and $1) SPECIFIC, for Fever and Ague. (50 cents.) GOLD-MINE BALSAM, for Bilious or Net vous Affections, Bowel Complaints, Indigest ion, Heartburn, Wind (Fla ulence, *Sea-Sickfes$, coldness in the Stomach, Cramps, nr Numbness Flux or Diarrhoea, Cnuicra Morbus, &c, (50 cents.) BENGAL OINTMENM, for Tetter, Ring worm, Scald-head and Foul Ulcers (fl.) DKPURATlVE POWDER, for B lums af fections, Headache or Mr grim, fullness of the Head, Dimness ot Siirht, kc. (5U cents.) POWDER FOR PREPARING AS MON GENT INJECTION, for Fluor Albus, Weak, ss, kc. (.50 cents.) UNIVERSAL PLASTER, for di-eases of the Chest, Dyspepsia, FresiAt'omuls, font Ulcers, Burns, Chilblains, Rheumatism, Gou',Corns kc. (50 Cents. ASTRINGENT MIXTURE, for disease* of the Chest, Indigestion, Despepsia, General De bility, Weakness kc. (50 cents.) JAPAN OINTMENT, f r Piles, (fl ) ORIENTAL OINTMENT; for Blotches,Pim ples, Itching of the Skm, or Chays, (whether arising from exposure t«» the si<n or from cold;) Chapped Lips, Dander, kc. (50 cents.) DOCT. KUHL'S ACOUSTIC OIL, WITH ROOTS, FOR THE PKEPAUATIOF OF A DECOCTION; a remedy lor Deafness, and other Auricular Complaints. ($2.) And a number of oilier auxiliary remedies. For a full and particular account of KuhPsMe d ciues, their properties and nature, see pam phlet; and^w herein will likewise be found direc tions tor their use, and numerous testimonials; which may be seen in all public placis, or may be had gratis, at Dr. KuliPs. offices, or of Ins Agents, by mail. None of the medicines are genuine which do not bear the seals as given in the pamphlet, entitled “Treatment of Chronic and other disea ses, Sic.,” which is entered by Dr. K. according lothe Act of Congress, in tfie Clerk’s Oifice of the District Court of the District of Columbia. AGENTS. O. M.-LINTHICUM, Druggist, Georgetown, DU. C. FAKQUHAR, Alexandria, D. C. EUSTACE Si TEMPLE, 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 John-on,(Drug Store) Fredericksburg, Va. FIELD k GOSS, Druggists, Cbailotisville, Va. HENRY HIDEN, Mercnant, Orange Court House Va. JAMES BROWN, Druggist, Charlestown, Jefferson County Va. 4—ly A CARRIAGE. AN excellent lour 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 THObi VOWELU jun* 2 _ 4 THE DIFFERENCE. IT Cftimot be denied that whilst many medi cines which are recommended to the pub lic, have not even the negative merit of harm lessness, there are othera which it would be great injustice indeed and suicidal prejudice to involve, untried, iii * common condemna tion. And when a medicine comes endorsed with all the names that have'adomed the an nals of the medical profession, and warranted by the seal and signature of long and uniform success, its proprietor makes no unreasonable demand upon public confidence, uben he claims for »f a superior consideration. The Camomile preparation of Dr. W. Evans is undeniably entitled to this enviable distinc tion; for whilst no medical authority inexis 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 tersst 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. VV. Evans does not pretend that his Camomile Tonic Pills cure all diseases. He frankly and conscientiously admits that the> will not- He lays no claim to the discovery of the “Philosopher’s Stone;” and wishes no body to believe that he sells the “Elixir of Life;” but ha does say, and does beiieve, and can prove, that in dabilitv and impaired con stitutions? in nervous diseases of 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 delirium tremen*, or that disease which is brought on bv intemperance; in the wretched horrors of mind and body, which ac crue from occasional ineoretyj in loss of appe tite; languor; melancholy; pains in the head; libms or sides, in corrupt; sallow and uncomely comcplexion, caused by the had state of the fluids—in all these cases, and in some others mentioned in the bills of directions given with Ins medicines, lie does say, that the Lamomile Tonic Tills, interchanged occasionally with his j aperient family Pills, (the best known) which , are sold with them, will t fleet immediate relief; ] and if used but for a fair period, of trial, a perfect j cure. This much is priced beyond a clouoi ( by daily testimonies which would he giver, on ; oath, and for this much Dr. W. Evans can ! conscientiously request confidence. He t here- j fore need only add that Lis (/amumile Ionic Fills, together with his excellent Family Ape rient Pi||s, can he obtained, wholesale or re- | tail, at No 7 Division st , near Chatham square, | New Yo:k. and of Lis authorised Agents in in town and country. (Odlr. W. Evans—Sir: He pleased to re ceive t!ie t hanks oi one who has been a great sufferer for several years, for the great benefit she has received from the virtues of your ines timable Camomile Fills- She has suffered with pain and distress in the Lead, a tightness across the stomach, shortness of breath, and palpitation of the heart, exercise wouM al most overcome her; but since using your Ca momile 'I onic Fills, her complaints are re- j moved—she is able to exercise without fatigue, and site is happy to say can now enjoy life | comfortable again. Mm. (J. THORNTON. 81 Third st. (£j*Newark, July 18, 18.35—Dear Sir: For four y ears 1 have been so unwell that i was tin able to attend to my business, and fur the last four or five months was confined to my room my complaints were rheumatism, pains in mv stomac h, indigestion and l»>ss ol appetite with continual pain and dij/.iness in mv head; 1 used different kinds of medicine without effect, until I commenced taking your invaluable Camomile and Aperient Fills; their beneficial effects upon me astonish all who kr.ew my situation. In a few days I shall be at your office to express my gratitude to y ou in person. In the mean time l subscribe myself vnur obedient ser vant, It S. JARVIS, 13 Centre st. For sale at the Store of E KENNEDY, Aeent f<»r Alexandria. UR. iiUAN1 >Iv KTil’S CKLKIUIATED VKUKTAHLE IMLLS. Ill EADEU — I he following extracts from a (a London Fapers of the highest respecta bilitv, show conclusively that tlie fame Brandreth’s Fills is not confined to this Coun try alone, anil that their value as a cleanser, of the stomach and bowels, d puri$er of the Blood are appreciated in Europe also. “We’re not ourselves, When nature, being oppressed, commands the mind To suffer with the body.” This is a truism conceived by the master mind of Shakspcare, which neither Miphis'ry nor argument can refute. To all those who are suffering from Bilious attacks, Indigestion and Flatulency we would with great sincerity, recommend as a never failing leinedy, Bran Jreth’s Fills. The testimonials we have had sub mitted to us in favor of this admirable medicine, fully justify our speaking of these FilLin terms of the highest praise.—London Free Fress. The Testimonial of II. W. Dcwhurst, L«q., Theatre of Zoology, Go^cr street, Fnston square. Lonuoiv, January 1(\ /834. Mv Dear Sir—As you have requested my candid opinion of your Fills, I have much plea sure in stating that when labeling under a sc rious illness, in August, 1831, l took them by your advice and am happy to sav, that their action was in every w'uy ail that I could d* sn< , and accordingiV fiom their use 1 dale my re coverv. I considered them an excellent la mi I v medicine* 1 remain my dear sir, yours truly. 1L W. Dtwuoasr, F. L. F. S.. •‘Surgeon Accouclier, and I’rofessor of Hu man and Z )oh>gicaI Anat. and Cor. Mem. Nat. - . • . r._• II ' (|ISI. DWCICIJ . “Professor Dewlmrst's testimony, respect ing Ur BrandretlPs Pills, speak volumes. After; him, we may unhesitatingly recommend them to our subscribers, as the very ne plus ultra of at! anti-bilious Pills.”—London Conservative. , “To the Whole Familt cf Mas.'1—“We have published numerous certificates recom mending to all our readers BrandretlPs Vege- j table Pills, as the most certain, most safe, and invaluable Medicine extant. As bug bilious and aperient Pills, we are perfectly convinced they stand far above all otheis; as a certain j cure in all cases of worms, scoibutis humors, j eresiplas, and all affections of the skin, dropsy, j asthma, stone, gravel, piles, and lumbago,they will be found invaluable.—London l ime*. ••I he most popular and highly appreciated Medicine in the naval and military circles, is an invention of l)r. Brandeth's, known as Bran deth's Pills. This medicine is deservedly spo ken of as an excellent corrective, after the in dulgenciesof the table threaten and produce those unpleasant ‘next morning's reminiscen ces.' which never fail to annoy, worry, and perplex the bon viv&nt.—Lonbard Standard, j (£j»Always Remember that no Apotliecaryor Drug Store has the Genuine BRAN URL l il'S PILLS for sale. The following are the regularly appointed AGENTS in the District of Columbia. I here- j fore if you want the GENUINE BRAN- , DRETIi'S PILLS, purchase ONLY of them, i yrank Jayton, Bookseller, Penn. Avenue, ; Washington City. James Thomas, Bookseller, Georgetown, District of Columbia. Eliza Kenneday, Stationer, Alexandria, hDistiict of Columbia. l)r. BrandretlPs Office, 72 Saratoga street, between Howard and Eutaw sts., Baltimore, where the Genuine Medicines can at all times I be obtained. K. tt. GREEN, Gen'I. A*ent. For Mafylaad, Virginia, and the District of Co-j apnlirV-ly i HYGEIAN PILLS • tgentfarthesalc of Dr. RalphVi r4,l> •HVGEu,N j>,fck9’ res?ectfu11 vstnte*• *,!i is enabled to supply this JiedicinVf'* publ:« and his mercantile connwii, l'’ on tile same terms that the Gen.r' i:' fice at New York supplies them '' beral discount being made to rene ' chants. For a description of the r" of these pills, he refers to the advertisement of Doctor Ralph v, ! “The very generai demand Un Ralph’sHypetan Pills,can only},, counted for by reason of th#» a" pled bcnefitand cuies which ii-ov***' have experienced from their v over, they are founded on the'vT' and experience of the British Cn|C5 Physicians and Surgeons, of and are recommended bv’ the «,'• ! and practice of Sir Astley </oor,T‘v' Abernethy, and Dr. Babingtomas*,. ' by the greater part of the more practitioners of England ana tW ‘ nent. The jirnitsof an advertisement *-jv allow of entering upon an exp|;,p^ . , of the principle on which this med'chi j suited to so many dirremitcomplajr* * jit must suffice to mention, that 7" package of the pillscontains three I rv! two of which are gently opening u - ' strengthening quality conibiiied.^(l77 to the most feeble constitutions; uhih- , other is purgative, but ntone or Jess so7 cording to the dose. 'J htis, bv these Fills, and altering the doss* a'j’v able to the directions given, it i$7 ishing to witness the number oj d:*r, which are cured or much allevahv7 them, while there is no disease wI ;>t7, which can possibly be injurd ly:jr. use. They contain no niem.rv. .n',:; ' betaken without tlie ir.conveni, a, !,’’ caution which other medicines ly require. The particular discot." which their efficacy I a> been ;jravu: . ested.in many thousand indivi .* are the following:— Dyspepsia, and the w}*n;e snerous maladies whit li ariM>fH'n al constipation of the howeis; A|. t Vl and ail affec'ions of the l;ratl; („V Rheumati>m; Sciofuia, wi:hrv<ii . ciesof'Salt Ktnuin and I>:>#>»<1^. ; Skin; threatening (’’ohm.it ;:.v<* c, Liver Diseases, whether tl e »lire;.:' temperance or l.et climate; I e\( t Ague; Common Ft ver, A c.: lr \ , \ . . lions; Cholera Moihus. uc.: J,.i I)1 <»psy; Liles; G i a vel; (• !e< t.jj (,t >» •• othercompiaiiits ol the L iii.ar) uu«.,. total organs, «£ c. Ov. c. This medicine is also eminently wh in the whole class ofdisordt is j rci!*i.,r h the female constitution, especada n, . vous and Hysterical disorders. K| i»( Fits,St. YituCs i hi nee A c. £c.;»v'uk I Aelie, certain ohsti uctims, ><*> tail v.t ness, &c. In smaher doses, it n ,*v . relied or. as the Lest and safest u.eci cine in pregnancy, ami lor the con.j.v, disorders of children. The directions given with these I’ are remarkably plain and purticniar-ta proper dose and management of tht i d ing carefully mentioned under the i.u: each disorder separately. Jos. R Ai.ru, M.P., Graduate of the University of PC burgh; Member of the Royal (’of.-/ of Surgeons London; Lecturoi Midw ilery and the Diseases of \\< men and Children, Ac. andaut:■ • of the •‘Domestic Guide to Medn.iit N. L>. Dr. Ralph’s Domestic LiDd a little volume designed for the in* f •‘very family, particularly those i»> • ing in the country. It is written in t - plainest manner, and is intended to or •• hie individuals, both male and female, m undertake the management of their< complaints with safety and sutcr.w The price is very low, being orfy cents, though neatly bound in heir.;. &c. Indeed tin1 object of its pu!»;:c> tion is rather with a view of spr»adnf useful knowledge on disease, than c any pro fit arising from its sale. Josmi Raumi. M. P. For sale by JAMES U. li A.VI I/DA ' ur.| \VM. STAIR,FIP .‘1 mo 2) — 1 y Alexandria. ID] | ! .eesbui g Genius of Lihet iv.] SMITH’S LERSIA.Y H AIR KE' f‘' RATIVE. Pre-eminent far Cltuning mil fit: ing Hie Hair. Is unrivalled in its excellence for prnr' ’> tho re growth and bt ant) r.f tl< Da the immediate removal of dardri.d When, fr< m disease or neglect, Ilf L comes hard, harsh, and dr \, and hr£ ' * off, the Restorative advances usp^h;' proves its appearance, adds to it* rtiuic•' und bestows to it a transcendent t This article is intended to supersede *• ther preparations ter the hair; and tlioicw ' use it will liu.l in it a luxuriant append^ e*int)e!l sh, and for man) r asm s n o< n ; able (p«rt*e ulai I) in t l.e nur-t r) ) •'* a») ' > of the kind heretofore offered to the P41'11, Certificate af lltc Unit /’ J Simld$t*! Jidda? (j Jltjiii s* iil'it i r» 1 have made an experiment of die Hair liestornlive,” waifa grtat heMfi*. 1 lieve it may he safely u>cd, *’d t > grtV vanthtre, h> every one- ft Im., g''c*t*y < isficd the cian iniff, and v» r> mud. nr.f “ the texture of my hair, trmn the ••cr^* use of this preparation for tight or t«*inn ‘ K J. Shjil!* Dec. 16th, 18.76. f . ,r We concur in the above rccorrn>ctv ^ , * the efhc.:»ey of the •M’emhn Ifnir Itvs <-'* ' in removing the dandruff from *f.e * e4‘ '* of the other beneficial effect* rekulhng “ its application to the hair N* SfC KI.KS, W. 'I AfLDN.M Of the House qf keproent^** For sale, wholesale or retail, by ti c P rer, J. W. SMITH, Washing*"*1; u*1 , For sale by Wm. Stabler. «. exandria; J. F. Callan, 0. Hoyle, • , . F. Howard, Washington; L. M. Georgetown. j* Price 75 cents per bottle. n\tT u SADDLE. HARNESS. AND Tllt> MANUFACTORY. , (T\HARLES HAWKINS, second <U from Mr. W. Morgan, Sr’s. Ly°l Shoe Manufactory, r Kins Street, Alexandria* »• * 1„ intends to kerp a general assorts> •' , all articles in his line ol business. ^ ( tenders bis sincere thanks to in \' generally for the distinguishes J he has received from them, anfl * *\f assured of his ability to serve solicits a continuance of tbe **0*^ has a new SPRING SADDLE. ,j(| bytheRev. Mr. CalLtban, of va. he invites the public to call a£c«* ©ct ft—eo!>t 1 ✓