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\ A rcapc. *Ls ,u.ioied oy ti»e subscriber, A to an 13valuable p *par*tion, the merit* o kuich lave oeon to »tel oy t» ne, and are sus tained by indouoteJ testimony. |Ult. KKLFK’« *3“ Botanical Drops! very year increasing their long establish ed reouUtion. The/ have outlived many ri vi! preparations, and are continually gaining upon public confidence. i'ne ii itanic&i Drops have been successfully a I mnistered for many years, as a thorough re ?n -dy tor that weil known and prevalent ciass of i ivcte?ate diseases which originate from a vitiated habit of oj lv,or ail hereditary predis position in the patient, anil generally appear under the various and distressing shapesof Scrofula, Salt Itheum, Leprosy, St. Antho ny's Fire, Fever Sores, White Swellings* Scurvy, Foal an 1 Obstinate Ulcers, Sore Uegs and Kyes. Scald Ilea l, and Venereal Taint. In the last mentioned condition ot 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. ltelfe’s Botanical Drops are successfully used in cases of violent eruptions alter the measles—red blotches— pimples on the face— festering eruptions on the skin—and other dis eases ot the external surface; and are one of the best Spring and Autumnal physics known, to tree the system from humors A physician of eminence, whohad witness'd the edicacy of this article, had the candor re cently to acknowledge 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 of the whole class of such remedies i*rice $i a bottle, o- 6 bottles for $5* WHITE TEETH! AND HEALTHY GUMS! TIOSE who would retain or restore these desirable personal advantages, are assur d that no composition can b# obtained supe* t: the BRITISH ANTISEPTIC DENT'.tl ; VICE. X lis ts an elegant and pleasant preparation in every respect, and has,for many years past, given universal satisfaction wherever it has been used li e An!'septic l).*ntrifice s exempt rum acid aid other deleterious ingredients, which ; too frequently enter the composition of tooth 1 powders in common use, and . whitens tl.e enamel of the teeth without doing it the least injury. The regular use of tins admired pow- j d-r, by purifying the mouth and preventing the accumulation of tartar, operates as the best preventive of the Tooth Ache. 1 he Dentrihce removes discolorations, and restores the beau tiful native whiteness of the enamel. As its application braces an 1 strengthens the Gums, it secures to them their healthy and ticrid hue, and, by removing all ollensive foreign accu mutations from the teeth, preserves the natu ral sweetness of the breath. Price 50 cents •#* None genuine unless signed on the out. site pointed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T Kid ier, immediate successor to the late Dr W. T. Conway. For sale, with all the othef • • Conway Medicine,” at his Counting lioom. No 9J, next door to J. Kidder's Drug Store, corner of Court and llai.over stree s, near Con cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KtDDElt. \ i \, by his special appointment, by W \f , S FAULKlt, Fairfax -ireet, Alexandria * • Large discount to those who buy to sell •gun. $3 onsu imp tion! itstiiina! S' iutarrli! IN that long train of diseases which seem to grow with the growth of civilized society, Consumption takes the lead in its relentless inroad> upon human life;yet this dreadful dis order is easily overcome in its earlier stages. It is only when neglected that it arrives at the terrific maturity which so often badlcs the sa gtc tv of professional science. An obstinate cough is the ciiitomary forerunner of the pul mon-try consumption Improper neglect in the Fi nely administration of simple and salutary me iicinrs, is -ore to be reproved by a dread f jl succession of cc isu.nptive symptoms-op press*i-i of the breast; greenish and bloody spittle , ulcerated lungs and hectic fever; shri* veiled extreme-ties, and general emaciation of the whole bud;.; prostration of strength; flush* e l cheeks; swollen feet and legs; ami at last, i n the full possession of the mental faculties, and while hope still whispers her flattering tale — ruid extremities, an l a premature death. For the various stage* of tnu complaint, one the most approved remedies ever yet dis* covered is IU. UELFE'3 ASTHMATIC PILLS. This exceedingly powerful, and vet equally safe and innocent preparationjias etlected tho rough an l rapid cures upon patients supposed iij nave been far advanced i i a conhnnedCon* sumption, and who have exlnbued the appear ances which usually indicate a fatal termination of the disorder. As the Fills require in ordinary cases no confinement, thev may be administered with confidence an 1 safety to all ages and classes of pe >ple. Unexampled success lias hitherto at ten le i their a I ministration in a great variety of cases; and the proprietor can refer to a mill titude, which testify to theiretficxcy in reviv- j Mg the emaciate 1 victim from the bed of dis- ' ease, and restoring turn to the blessings ot ac- J CU-»to;ne<i health and activity Fnce $1 tor whole boxes of VJ pills, and 50 cents fur half do-of 12 pdis, with directions, i Wbion Corn Plaster!; fll B aidioii Corn Plaster softens the corn, L however old and tougn, and extracts it to the very roots. The relict atlorded is gentle, immediate, and thorough. The proprietor begs leave to submit the fol lowing case, from Mr. Stoweli, who is well k town to the inhabitants ot this city, e>necial* y at the South Bud and South Boston, as a e;y worthy and respectable citizen:— •<k Cass. d > not Hesitate to give my most un q tiltheJ approbation in tavor of your valuable Albion Corn Plaster. By the use of less than ab>x, Mrs. Stoweli has been cure J of a corn on each toot, which had been exceedingly tr lublesomeand painful for years, and I think 4 out justice to your invaluable preparation i add, (for the encouragement of loose who, owing to repeated disappointments in the v» nous temediea resorted to, have finally des paired of a cure,) that your Plaster cur. d her c >rns, alter trying other highly recommended e nedte* to no purpose; and wlut increases my confidence in the superiority of your Plas j tc»»is tne hot, tii.tt ii Has oeen used by seve* »t ot'ny iie..<i»W» wuheqUfciu <00(i success O'S'xa) s*T»Stow,u.. Keeper ot I oil house. South uu„#ll Urj. sir. r. Kiuos,. t'r..pr.c(ut ol lhe c„„*,v Me hemes. U<»stou, June 17th laua S#* PricaSB cent* SORR ANI) INH,\MK1> PiYKS rIN't t5 stu lious, the weakly, and oiber*. w.lt> JL are troubled writh soreness or inflamm* on of that delicate oigan, will be able to od 4 m >st pleasant and invaluable applies ‘oi'‘ * JDUMFHIE.SY 2i& EYB WATER! , "run well established Wash for the Bye is •rfectly innocent, and jiv®* m mediate relief, even m very aggravated cases o soreness *nd I inflammation. Price 25 cents* None genuine unless signed on the out side printed *rap»er by the sole proprietor, l\ Kiddder, immediate successor to the late i)r. W. T* Conway. For sale, with all the oth cl “Con way Medicines,” at hisCountingRoom, No. 99, next doorto J Kidder’s Drug Store, corner of Court and lUnover streets, near Concert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON KIDDER. And also, by his specialappoi.itmtnt, by WM. STABLER, jan 24 Fairfax street, Alexandria. Laree discount to »hose who Suvtoiell a**1* To Rheumatic Invalids! JJKKSONS suffering under Rheumatic Al lT lection are respectfully assured that they can obtain of the proprietor and his agent* a safe and admirable remedy for Rheumatism, however obstinate the disorder may be,and in all its different stages. l)r. Jebb's Liniment! will afford immediate relief to the paf ent, and has sometimes been attened with such extraordinary success as i© cure the most <hs ireasing 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 years, not only as a cure for that excruciating disease, but as an excel lent application for Stiffness of the Joints, Numbness,Sprains, Chilblains, &c. (This article is considered so superior to everv thing else, and to possess such uncom mon virtues, that it soidcrtdlroixiall partsol the country. J An Agent recently writes: “Please send me a further supply of Jebb's Liniment the first opportunity —1 shall probably sell a con siderable quantity, as it is recommended by some ot our physicians very highly, although contrary to their rules and regulations to give encouragement to such (o*. patent) medi ines ** Hut is a most decided proof of their confidence in its invaluable properties Another agent writes: “I wish you to for* ward me some more of Jebb’s Liniment, which hasrecommened'tsell very highly,** Pr.ce 50 cents a bottle. The Painful anil Debilitating Comjtlainl THE PILES Receives immediate relief, and in numerous instances has beenthorongMy cured, by the administration ot DUMFRIES’ REMEDY FOR 0? THE PILES. flllllS approved compound also mitigates 1 md removes the synpton.s which Ire quently accompany that disorder, and increase me danger of the patient via: pains in loins, headache, ioss of appetite, indigestion, and other marks of debility. A relieved patient writes from a distance: “It is but justice to inform ) ou, that 1 have used your 1)anifiies* Remedy fir the Piles for some time past, and have lout.d it eminently successful. ** The remedy is quite innocent, and may be administered to all ages and both sext s. Plain and ample directions, w ith a description of the complaint, accompany each package, which I consists of two boxts, one containing an Unit ment, and (lie other an Klectuary Price f 1 for both articles, or 50 cents where j but one is wanted. THE TOOTH ACHE. I flllllS agotuzmg disorder \i cured in its m«*si I I pan.tuI siagt s, by one ot the most simple , as well as powerful reii.cditi known ir.mo ! dern practice The i CAMBRIAN TOOTH ACHE PILL? ! afford instant relief, without inflicting the i slightest in jury on the teeth They are nppli ed externally to the parts aflecuo, w uh the greatest ease and expedition, and generally operate as a soothing lenitive tothe suilering : patient. Price JOcents a box. OF most obstinate character, after liav-ng baffled the skill of the most eminent phy sicians, and withstood the most highly recom mended medical preparations,hasbeen check ed, relieved, and cured, in a number ol mstan cesin and about thisc.itv9 by using, for a short time, Ur. Relfe’s VEGETABLE SPECIFIC, & ANTI BILIOUS PILLS, in connexion, according to the directions ac companying the Specific It is alsoone of the best medicines known for Sick Headache, Sickness at the Stomach, Nausea, and Flatu lences. , Price of theSpecific and Pills, 50 cents each .... -- ... — Debilitated Females! i 'pu E complaints peculiar to the female par: ■ JL of the community, ha\e been long suc cessfully treated by the administration of the Aromatic Pills, originally prescribed and com pounded by Dr. Itelfe. They cleanse the blood from those disorders ot the female con stitution, for which the pills are an effectual specific; they restore a free circula ion, reform the irregular operations of the sanguTerous system, and rectifythe disordered habits. The proprietor’s confide nee in tlie superior excel lence of this equally innocent and powerful preparation, is founded on the most decisive testimony from many restored patients lit can assnrethis portion of the public, that when DR. RELFK’S AROMATIC PILLS FOR FEMALES are regul>rly taken, according to the direc lions, accompanying them, they revive an,-! establish the desired health) habits, and res tore to the pallid countenance the natuir* glow of health and good spirits Harried ladies will find thejulls equal’./ use ful, except in cases of pregnancy, when they must not betaken; neilhet must they betaken by persons ot hectic or consumptive habits. They may be used successfully by eilhei men or women in all Hypochondriac, Hysteric or Vapourish disorders. In all cases ot this de scription, the pills purify, invigorate, and te vive the disordered system. Price fi do a box. None genuine un'ess signed on theout side printed wrapper by the sole proprietor, T. Kidder, immediatesuccessor to the late Ur T. Cunway. For sale, w ith all the other 'Con way Medtcir.es,” at hi* Counting Room, No. 99, next doer to J. Kidder1* Drug Store, cor nerof Court andllanoverstreets. near Concert Hall, Boston THOMPSON KIDDER. And also,by his special appointment, by WM STAKLEK, jan 15 Fairfax street, Alexandria. •.•Large discounts to those whobuy to sell again. ' DUMFRIES’^ Itch Ointment! 1111K extensive.sale and established repu . tation of Dumfries*Itch Ointment, encour ages the proprietor to recommend it with re newed confidence to the pubhc as a mos'inno. cent as well as powerful application.for this annoying disease. The most inveterate cases have been cured t» osesour! by this esteem ed Ointment. It contains no mercury, oroth ■ er noxious ingredient, and may be confident!)1 applied even to the youngest children, or to pregnant females. —Price 37$ certs. . •#* None gemuneunless signed on he out side printed wrappe } * sale proprietor, T.KicMer.i nif srccerforto tVc «•*£ T)r* vV. T. Conway. For sale, with all the other “Conway Medicines,”ai his Counting Room, No. V9, next door to J Kidder’s Drug Store, corner of Court and llanover streets, nearCon cert Hall, Boston. THOMPSON K1DOKR. | And also, by his special appointment, by WM. STABLKU, Fairfax street, Alexandria. ! Large discounts to thos* who buy to sell again. _ FUFSULY !MPOUTED UK LOS. JUS’P received and lor sale by the subscriber, who can confidently recommend them, a*. Iiey were selected with care under hi* personal observation. Among the articles are the follow ing, viz:— ijwaim’s Vermifuge, (on t-andth;.- Panacea) bo ll procured direct from Swaim’s Laboratory Patent Gum FJastic, in sheets a id squares; gum elastic injection bags, JiC. Scenttd whi’e Soap, in bars; do. in pound *quares; Low’s emollient vegetable shaving cake, delightfully perfumed, for making strong creamy lather without irritating the sk»n; ca*tdr soap; Low’s oli\e oil, Chinese mu*k, almond, rose and Naples Soap; Naples soap in jars Pr«** p^red by N SmiMi Prentiss; toilet and shaving *oap, prepared by the subscriber, calculated lor chapped ami tender skins. Walkden’s black ink powder, a superior ar tide, wiih the Manufacturer's cautionary ceitifi Cute on each package; transpaiem, black and note wafers; Kvans’s lead pencils; Brook man and Langdou’s pencils, for artists; Reeves 8t Son’s water colors, in boxes; white frostuig; In dia ink; white, yellow, pale and green bronze; golJfuil; tin foil French and German cdogne water, imported; Palmet’s odoriferous compound or American sweet bag, tor perfuming beaureaus,wardrobes, &c ; ottar of rusts; bears oil; splendid cut pun gents Hair brushes, a variety of patterns, of excel lent quaiit) ; dusting brushes; varnish do; mark ing d<>; and large assortment of vety line tooth brushes M**< his’s magnetic razor -trap and paste, ft on*. London; lucdtT matches, large and small; thtr m -meters, of various patterns; h4tti or bristol brick, for cleai i».g knives; shaving boxes; st gar cases; an asv rtment of pocket books; s> ringes, ol various kinds; snufT box- s Japanned tins, for si^ns; fi*e and coarse sponge Knglish chamomile flowers, fresh Rest Russian lsingla-s Genuine Haarlem oil, imported fiom Holland Alchehol, of best quality Aridulat* d ginger drops;peppt rrr.int lozenges Mustard, of excellei t quaiit), from London Genuine Gowland’.* L' tion, imported, for re moving evtr) kind of coarseness, erup firm and unpleasant appearance of tilt skin German lustra; 'Spanish black lead Rest Calabria hquorice Camphor; I) aids rheumatic pills Superior bleached .lama ca ginger Pea 1 barle> ; select- (1 rhubarb root Shakt i*s herbs, 4.C., of various kinds Genu oe French sulphate of quinine Auu iicaii do do of best manufacture Vt ratrine, 5ti) chnine, sulphate and act tat* of* morphine, arid other vegetable pro on* ts Musk; Irish nv-ss ntilm* gs Calcined charcual, carelull) prepared f'>r me dica* use Gum arabic, ve?y superior; long pepper llesi Titi key opium, can fully selected Klike manna; white wax; soda, for washing Salad oil, of ten tine <pi.«l:'y Kt-d mse leaves, fre-h.aod carefully prepare** l.-djarraque’s chi r«de of s*-da K'ensot, obtain* d 1 rum the manufacturer liest Kng!i»h and American calomel; on hand an asMiitm nt of otlu r chemicals p.tt-nt Corn rubbctS; truss** a variety M<*rse Hearns; adhis've plash r, spread ShsHac; canary and l»emp seed; hair powilei Indigo* chipped logwood An additional supply ol Landreth's garden seeds On hand a general assortment nf articles, in the Druggist** line, including a large iiumbei of Pah lit and Thomso.nan Medicines, j\u 21 VVM. STAI1LK1L Leesburg Genius of Liberty, Waneuton lie gistt r and Windiest* r Vngiman. JAYNE’S INDIAN EXPECTORANT iS IthLOMMENDED as decidedly superior to *:iy other known combination of Medi cine, for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Consutr.p lion, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, Hoarsen ss, Difficulty of Breathing, HoopingCough, Pains and Weakne^sol tht Breast, and all diseases of the Pulmonary < rgans. This medicine is highly and justly recom mended, by numerous and respectable indivi* duals, who have found relief from its use. Ma liy who have been laboring under protracted Coughs and pains in the breast and have been supposed by themselves and their friends fai advanced in consumption, have been happi ) restored to perfect health by the use oi this valuable Expectorant. Persons laooring under chronic nr consump live coughs, will find great advantage from cam ing * small quantity of the Indian Expec torant with them, while attending to their va rious avocations, and taking a teaspoonlui oc casionally. Their cough will be scarcely felt and they will be enabltd to expectorate with the greatest facility, and the irritating mattei will thereby -non be removed and a ptrma nent cure effected. Let the afflicted ir> it. Prepared only by Dr !>. Jayne, of Salem, N. Jersey, and none is genuine without his writ ten signature to the label on the outside of the bottle. CSHTIFF a~xs. I hereby certif) th* 1 was cured tifa violent cough and pain in the breast by using Doctoi Ja\ tit’s P.xptcloraut Medicine. Mv wile also was afflicted with a bad cough and pam in tht breast, attended with so much difficulty of brea'hing as to prevent her from getting an; sleep for a number of nights in succession; but by taking two do so of tfiis medicine she was enabhd to sleep quietly through the night and in a few days by continuing its use slit was perfecti) resloied. Jacob Kidoewai. Hancock’s bridge,N. J. Sept. 24, 1SJ6# Last spring my wife was confined to her bed by a distressing cough and pain in her breast and side—lKr cough haras* id lur day and night and her difficulty of breathing was sc great that she got very little sleep tor m *n; da) s an I nights together—None of the m^di cine# she took appeared to be of any service to her; when l)r Ja) ne kindly sent her a bot tle of Indian Expectorant w Inch soon and corn pletely restored her to health-She firmly be iievcs it the best medicine ever discovered. William Pools* »i Hancock** Ilridge, N. J Nov.il, lb^6. From J. II.Smith, fcl»q. Rrookljn. I„ I* I hereby certit\ that the above valuable me v’icine has bren used in my family with grea! benefit in several instances. J. II Saint. Brooklyn, Dec. 1835. From A. 1> k R- Samis, Druggists, No. ICO, Fulton street, New Y ork. Dr. D Jayne—Dear sir: Your Indian Kxpeo ioranl is doing well here. W e have bat about oee dozen left of the gross jou 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 U!*ed it—The seasou is fast approaching when such a medicine will be much needeu and as it is well supported by good certificates | it will sell very rapidly* The only objection ! seems to be to the pricey but we have not had one customer who objected to take it on that accocunt} as no one doubts its virtues. Very respectfully, yours, 4* D k 11. r amis, i Nov# 17# 1836* i Froia the liev. C. C< p. Cro$t f, Ute »gent of the American Baptist. To Dr. D Jayne Dear sir: I have made use of the Indian Expectorant, personally and in my family for the last sii 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- I may say almost as much in the case of my wife ano also of the Itev. Mr Tinson of thelsland of Ja maica. For all cases of cough, inflammation of theche*t, lur.gs and throat, l do most unhe sitating!) recommend this as the best medicine I have ever tried. My earnest wish is that o thtrs afflicted as I have been, may experience the same relief, which I am persuaded the) will by using the Indian Expectorant C. C P. Crosby N R Many or my neighbors, on my recom mcmlation, have tried this medicine with uni form success. N. Yctk, Julie 15, 18.>5 From the Itev. Jonathan Going, D D. Editoi of the American Baptist, I have used the *bove medicine with sue cess for a cough and hoarseness. N. York, Dec. 13J5, Josathas Ghiro j Pod. 1). Jayne-Pear sir: 1 wasfnr a long j time afflicted with a violent cough and difficul ty of breathing, attended with weakness nnd ! pain in my breast, but have been restored to ' perfect hea’th by using one bottle of your In dian Expectorant. 1 have been subject to 8 cough and pain in my breast for near twenty I years, and have found far greater benefit from this medicine than from any o* her. I remsin. ! respectfully, yours, St?has Ikblaiid. (Canton. Nov. 21, 183d. Many more certificates might be added but the above are considered sutficient Salem, N. J. April, 1836 P. JAYNE 1 For sale by agents throughout the United States, where also may be had Jayne’s Carmi i native Balsam, for Bowel Complaints; Jaynes’s Tonic Vermifuge, for Worms, Fever and Ague Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, &c. Agent for Alexandr a, 1 1st mo. 28— ly WM. STABLER. DR KOHL'S MEDICINES. ESTOP Eli OF THE HLOOD. for Chronic I ami « the i U'seasts, wne her produce* 'rum Rile, Phlegm, from internal morb**l mat legalising from bad cored oUl d sor lers, Iron ' t lie use « f Mercury, Calomel,Hark. kc. 8-c ; v (in females,) Irom the change ol l.fe. To spe I cify someol 'he-e diseases:—Teitet, Ringworm, ! Scald-head, Lepro-y, Ribs, the l«ch. Pchmj. ! of the Skin, Rlotches, Sc»ihutic Eruptions, Pimples, Ulcers wherther cancerous or of : mildei kmd. Mercurial I) sorders of every de scription, Heart Hurt-, L‘*-s of A pm tie, In<li ! gestion, Dv-prf sia, G. in ra1 Debility, .Dumber, Ribous AlleCCons ol the Cl es’ and Liver, Kn targement of tlie Spleen, Rheunntis n. Gout, Pile-, D»or sv, Glee t, L.voluntary Em.ssmi s, I Stricures and olliet Urinary, Coinplaints, in'du | ding G avel, he. I< is also efficacious for Dim i m ss of sight, Rbmlnt ss, (wlurc not organic,' Inflammationot tin Eye-s, Deafness, Pressure o ; 111'od to t• • e llea-l, ll\procondria in all it: shapes, Megrim, Sleet b suit-*-, and Ntrvon AU<C'ians ot cm h kmd, including Pal-y. I s i.o less s» r» iceable* in Hie removal of Sft rdi’t | mi me one sex, than of Incompttemy in tin j other. It preven s the suppre-som and r« nie I dies the irrt gnDre\ of Hie Monildv Complaint, 1 Also, tile Limit Aibtis, Corn sit kne-s, ILsteri' I cal Fits Vt. he. I s efficacy will be prove* [howe'er lung s’andii g or deeply rooted am j e- mpUcah d the coinplamf nnv be. In all Hit [diseases mention*d the R» s’orer is the chief re medv. Those where additional or secondary j medicines are r- quin d; wul be found sta'eil it the pamphlet, wrdi dtrrc ions fur their usr.— • (2 and fo ) i '1*0NIC KLIXIII, diseases of die rlu st, j Catarrhs, Congo-, Whooping cough, Pams it ' the Chest or Throat, hoars* ne-s «11Dv t» brea’hing, A-lhn a, Phlegm, Consumption,ID c ! tic Feve , ami iis ctn’cmniiants. Diseases of die Lungs, even if accompanied with the Spiltinjj ot R ood, he. (2 and 1o ) i TOMC |M)K T-W IN E, for Rowel Complaint; Indigestion, Dyspesia, Genetal Debility, W- ak ' IK Ss. Nr rv« us All C»ioos,&.c (75 relit- am» f\. ] ARY5-IMA MIXICIsK, (in bqu d and n } pas’e,) for G norrbcea. (21 V LGKT v RI.E AN I l->\ PirfLITIC SYRUP. • This medicine is in si Vein ml Di-mdets a cer tain remedy, and s* ill cur* the most deep routed l ire's w H.< til le«v ng anv inc rivr'-c to lit patient when all oiler remtdiis have been font.d in. fb etna1. (?2 ) AROMATIC EXTRACT, f*»r ind'g< stion, Oldne-S in I hr Jsteuiiacli, Numbur-s or Weak ness in the l.nnbs. Inactivity < f the .-km, Left ing of the bk'", pains in Hte.h.-ints, Riietiffiainun, (Pint, he (50c»*nis am' f 1.) SPEC IFH *. for Ft ver and Ague, f50 cents.) GOLD-MINE HAL SAM. tor Rdions or Net veins Affections, Rowel Complaint*, Indtg vimi, Heartburn, Wiml (l*'a tdence, St a Su k< *>-, coldness m the Stomacn, C'amps, or \mi.bm s> Fltit i r Diarri cce, Gnobra Morbus, hr, (50 ce* ts.) HFNGAL OINTMENM, for Titter, Ring, worm, Scald-head ami Foul Ulcers (fl.) DEFUK'TIVE POM DER, hr IMi i s :»f lections, Head ache <*r M grim, tidiness ol lilt Iliad, Dim* e-s of Sight, kc (50 cents) POWDER FOR PREPARING AS* RIN GENT INJECTION, for Fluor Albu.-, Weak ss, &<• (50 cent-.) UNIVERSAL PLASTER, for di-e» * of fbe Chest, Dv-pe|S'«, Fresh Wound-, F ill L'b'rlS. R-irns, Chilblai -s, Rttetimalis.il, l»mi',Conn ot''. , (50 c* n's. astringent mixture, for ebsf a«es of thr CDs', Indigestion. Despep-»af Gem ral De bility, We ak * es-, & e • (.iO ( ents. ) Japan OINTMENT, tor P ies, (#1 ) ORIENTAL DIN I'MEN T; for Rlntcbes,Pim pies, Itching of the Skm, or Cfiays, (whether ••rising from expe-mv to the sun or hum cold.) Chapped Lips D.mder, he. (50 cents ) DOCT. KOHL’S ACOUS TIC Dll., WI TH ROOTS, FOR THE PRKPARATIOF OF A DECOC TION; a remedy lor Deafness, anti other Auricular Complaints. lf2.) A« d a number ot o hi r auxiliary remedic*. For a full and particular acco-mt of Kul.lVMe* (f emes, their properties ami nature, see pam ptdet, and,w herein w ill i'kew ne tic tom d direc tions tor their use, and nornm ns tesiimonids; which mav tie seen in all publ c plaC’s, « r may be bad graii*, at Ur. Kohl’s, offices, or ol his Age ms, by mail. None ot the medicines are genuine which do not bear the seals as given in Hie pamphlet, entitled “ Tn a'.meni' t Chronic amt oilier 'disea ses, ice w hich is elite red by lit. K. accmdmg io'.lie Act of Congress, in the Clerk’s Otlice ot the District Cojit of Hie District ot Columbia. AGKN I S. 0. M -LIM'IUCUM, Druggis', Georgetown, DU. C. F.AKQUIIAK, Alexandria, D. C. KUS I ACE &. 1EMPLE, Druggist*, Iticli mood, Va. IIUOVVN & COLLING, Druggies, Peters bu'g, Va. J. 1) UANDOLPII & Co., Boukst llcrs and Stationers, Norfolk, Va. DU. JAMES COOKE, Agent for FayttU Johnson, (l)iug Store) Fredtricksbnrg, Va ' FIELD U LOSS, Druggists, Cnarioiisvilk, Va I HEN IIY III DEN, Mcrcnant, Orange Court House Va. JAMES BROWN, Druggist, Cliarle^tou n, JcHerson Count* Va. niay 4—ly CASH KOlt NEGROES. [WILL give the highest cash price loi Likely Negroes, front 10 to 25 years <>l age. Myself or Agent can, at all times, he found at the establishment former'y owned by Arm field, Franklin & Co., ut the west ena of Duke street? 17—t/ GEO: KEPHART CITIZENS OF ALEXANDRIA, I TMIK waiter of the fo lowing advertisement I believes »ii Bha»i>uethism or Mbmcise on the principle of common sense. PREJUDICE! FATAL PREJUDICE! How many hast thou lead to the cold and si lent tomb? when, had they been without thy lemon like influence, might now have blessed • heir fiien Is and families with their deligh.f i' tnd sot11 inspiring presence! Endeavor to re d the f.dlovrng remarks and advice with-it allowing the mind to be obscur ed by any m's’sof prejudice, or f«l*e principles; oul the re^idt shad be vxne knowledge, whe tlier it will amount to convic ion is certain’)’ mure than I can tell. If it should, happy will be me convinced! 1.1 FK IS MOTION; DRATTI IS STAGNATION. We know tlie ocean remains P-»re, while the winds and tides continue t«» exert »he>r movmg infliien e, and it is the same principle that im part*; purity to sprngs ami lakes. L* t ilus principle c- use to act, let ST AON V * l()\ l>e there, and wll it is the consequence ?— Kvmthe mighty deep, in protracted calms, Im* been known to FUICFY! Kvery one knows Iip fact as connected with lakes ami springs ot wat<r—when circulation ceases they become stagnant. I'UTKKFACTION, wherever it cx s!s, in however small quantities, it it comes hi contact wi h ANlVIAL L FK injures, often de stro) s* YK SF.DKN^AUY, Whether ye be literary, or men of business; whether ye be clerks, students or mech.«n*cs, or .vh< liter ve be of that unfortunate class who gain their bread by the needle, to all a. d each, give ear. He ng deprived »f exercise is »o the human both as die deprivation of winds and tides to 'die ocean: it br'gs ah- nt a STAGNATION of NIK Hf.OOl). Lhus it Iusls its p »r Tv ; its cudilation is in pet!* e«l; the CIMNNKLS OF L.IFK A IIK CLOGGKI); T IIK HOWF.LS HF.c.OMK COSUVK; •md il nut an immediate a’tack id some nialig nant fev« r, Itca* ache, ru ns a, loss of appetite, and a general debility ol tbewiiole frame is sure to full w. |t r*quitts the tempt st and the tornado to bring at» nt a state <»t purity in the ocean wlit-n its waters have become stagnant; and it wi Ire* | qn re repented e vacua'io?*s by the bow* Is b« tore | die bit)’ d can be re I ev < d »d Ts a( Ctrnuia’td i m pHP'ies, and nature left tr. e to resore • very or gan to it» pr< pen liedthy ACT L N Anti evei when this is tnme it is impossible for tlio-e In [enjoy In altii who take Irde t lerc-se, uules* the) nccasonially lake some purgative ol s'dh (•lent p w*r t«» perlertlv e'eanse 'lie aloin mar) canal ol any morbific ina trr which ni<y b* dirre lodged, and ) el that coo (I do i«o INJLTiY under anv circumstances. ! The character of l)r. HltAKOHK I ITS Fill* i-. so 'Veil known that they scarcely i«*(|<nie to he alluded to. T heir safely to ail ages, I Dili die cluld ol an Inmr • Id to the n an u| one loin • lied v e*r , titer mdd'itss a d v ei the absolute eel taint) i t t fleet aCO-rdn g to the (lost- giv« n, iriakt s diem he ne st dcsit at*it tnedci"e kn *w n lle**ides, no attention is req tied m ti»c tin t they are takn ; w Ik n, or in w hat maim r D el lias nothing to do wi h tin m Com Ims p«»>t lively LKSS effect Oil the liody When the* a»e used. VS at;) p< r.-oiis when the) li.»ve got w« t, have, v Sole out, swallow til >ix or eignt to pie vent them * Dili catching cold, and die) alw a) s | fiav e | Frie.sts, Lawyer*, and Ihdit’Can*, Freemen ; and Slav* s. ad a'ike, w i o have used them, re- ! commend them in Units ol die must uiupiah tied [ ra se (TJ One tiling n omchision, never purchase « xcept at the otHce ot DU UK/ NDKh I it, 01 die agents a ho »re appointed anti adver ised j bv him. A HO \ K Aid., NhV hit GO I 11 A DUl'G STOhK. bel Ciul down in your me j inorauduiii hook. I he follow mg are the regularly appointed * A GF..N I .*5 m the District ot Columbia. 1 here fore it you want the GKNLlNK ItUAiV j OKF.JIl’S ITI.LS, purchase ONLY «»• 11»» n» i Frank l av lor, liooksc.cr, Fcim. Avenue, ! V\ ashingtou City. .lMine« ITn»m».s, llooksellcr, Georgetown, j District of Columbia. Kliza K* nnetlay, Stationer, Alexandria,1 District ol CoSun ina. Dr. Uraiidiedt’s tMlice, 72 Saratoga street, j between Howard and Lutaw si'.* Uaitimore, ) where the Genuine Medico.ts Cali at ad times. J be obtain* d. U It tilthhN, tic n't. Agent For Maiyland, Virginia, and the District ft Co Ittmbia >|»i il 28— ly TtiK .SlliJil 11 ll;KU r\ K.SI’Kl'I I t I I.V informs the citizens of It Alexaiiilii« and Ins customers gcntraliys that during the present Season he has added a targe amount of goods to h;s turner stuck, which makes his assortmenl very complete — 1 he to.lowing list comprises a part of i|ie arti cles received and the stock previously on hand, v;z — PA IK NT MKDICINLS, &c. KrnmbackeP* Pills ^ KofPs tin • - »le.,r. do >“»*■ oyspepsy Beckwith's do J Junkin'- tliniment S wDili’s Hnnact a do Vermifuge I,re’s Billions Pills atiayer's Kenovating Liquid; Bernard’s do tor removing grease trom ill esses, xc .lebb’s Biieumatic I.imoK.it DuinfrLs’ KJectuary fur the Piles do Ointment for do do Itch Ointment do Kye Water Albion Corn Piaster Cambrian I outli Ache Pills l)„ci. Belle’s Ar.iibiuoiis r ills do do Aromatic Bills, tur females do do Botanical Drops do do \ egclablt ApeCitic 5 ng's Patent Itch Omtim nt, equal to the best remedy tor the Itch F.dwHid’s Pa:n Kxtiactu g Lotion Con pound Chlorine looth Wash Orris l oolh*ash Kref sot do K.eusot Tooth Paste Compound by tup ol Iceland Moss Indelible Ink Jay tie’s Kxpe:torant do Carminative Balsam j Butler’s American Southing Syrup, fordid dien teething Indian’s Panacea Houck’s do M .l'.) j* IMastc r Cloth Balaam of Money ; Bear’s Ol! Henry’s Calcined Magnesia Kva. '* Clmmonult Puls WM SI*AIM.LB, 10th mo 11 Fairfax street. [W inchester Virginian, ce*. lien Liberty, and Warrenton Be^isttr ] D. G. PRKTTYMAN HAs unhand Coaches, if uggie*, Gig'. ' Ac. all of which he olleis for sale j on as accommodating terms as t ev can : be purchased elsewhere. Persons wish-j | mg to purchase Carriages, are respect-i fluhy requested to give him a caii, as hr warrants his equal in workmanship, and as cheap as they can be procured else where. Also repairing done in the be»t manner, and at the shut lest notice jy 1\ FKESII TEAS. GUNPOWDEU, Imperial, Young Hy son, and Souchong Teas, in chests, aalf chests and cutty boxes. For sale by dec 1U A. C CAZENOYK A Cu. HYGEIAN PILLS.) sent for the sale of Dr. Ralimi’s Hygeian Pills, respectfully states is enabled to supply this Medicine m ,*1 public and his mercantile connection on the same terms that the General* cr fice at New York supplies tliem.Ja'f beral discount being made to ret**;! „ i[% chants. For a description of the qua p!* ofthese pills, he refers to the foliowrf* advertisement ol Doctor Ralph, viz .J * “The very general demand f07wf Ralph’s Hygeian Pills, can only [, a,‘ counted for by reason of tin* llI(0Jta “ pled benefit and cures w idth d.ui.^v have experienced from their use. y over, they are founded on the n" and experience of the British Colley 0) Physicians and Surgeons, of a:ul are recommended by the writing and practice of Sir Asfley Cooper, 'y r Abernethy, and Dr. Babingtoiqus w’, ,*;aj by the greater part of the more errinent practitioners uf Knglaud amj th-tui.c,. nent. The limits oi an advertisement *u, riC# allow of entering upon an pluiicfti*>n of the principle on w hich this n **diuu>is suited to so many different comphunN — It must suthce to mention. ! package of the pillscontain> thin*! ,,x,k | [wo ol which are gently op* min:, w.n, * strengthening quality combined.'aih.i ffl} to the most feeble constitution-; wiui, *| 0 other is purgative, but m< i e oi lnsM, i(*. coiding to the do?e. 1 bus. hy \o.i\ n tr these Pi.Is, and altering the dn-e- uin*. a!)le to the directions givt n. it i> a>tor, : ishing to w it ness the nun l u cl «!u». which are cured or much al.ev .ir«-,t t.* j them, while there is ru di#rns< ufat* v,f 'which can possibly lie injur*d *> • r ! use. 1 hey contain no mercury, ancu,,* I be taken without tlie inconvenience* ] caution whit holier mediums gn»‘iai ! !y retjnire. The pailitular di>»*a>*> i« w hich then ellicat y has 11 ui | n>\« »i ar j c.- ted, oi many thou valid nidi v iduuAa-. s art the follow nig:— ; Dyspepsia, a mi the w hole of'tlmju* p«. ! merous maladies w hu h ai ise[nut ,-t ; al constipation ol the bowels; .\po;.>, n and aii affections ot tin* head; d.-tr | Uheumatisin; Mcioluia, withevm*;/. jCiesot Mall llhenm and I hsordei «•: ite ! Mkm; threatening Consumptive (*. i-L. . Livei Diseases, whether Cite elicit ol i;. (rmpeiante or hot inmate; Fewi hi : Ague; Common Fever, Ac.; Ii.t an n lions; Cholera Mol bus. A e.; I )| op>y; Piles; C»i a vef; Glet t, ;»t a <«/f;» • otliei complaints ol the l imaiy am] m. nitai organs, A c. A c. This medicine is also eminently »m*u.I in the v» hole ch ss ol disorder* j »*». ; | rlie female constitution, especially iit \* veil* and Hysterical disurdi is, F§ i »; Fils,Ml. \ ito.>*s I>ance A c. A c.; Mu k hoc Ache, certain ohsli net ions, sexual w»* ness Ac. In smaher doses, ft u:a\!? relied on as the best and safest fra cine m pregnancy, and torthe con tin disorders oi cinldien. The directions given w ith these IMi. are lemaikubiy plain and particular- hr proper dose and management ol them t mg carefully mentioned urniei the m,.. each disoi dersepurateiy. Jos. IlAi.ru, M. 1>#. Graduate of the University of I burgh; Membrrol flu* HoyalCon.^ ol Murgeons London; Ltctinu i, Midwifery and the Diseases ol tU men and Children, Ac. andaufw ol the • Domestic < mide to Medium !\. 1L Dr. Kaipids I domestic Guu!» a little volume designed fur the iim* <• eveiy family, paituulaily these j-»m» mg m the couidiy. it isunttin in a> phimest manner, and i> intended to m :• nle null i id mi Is, noth male ai u I* male, io i undertake tin* management ol thru <»«?. complaint* wnn salt iy and muic\-| l’lu* price is vciy low, being < my ci id.', though neatly hound m <X c. Indeed the object ol its pfdm lion is ratlier with it view ol>|i*.nl,/_ u.'Gui know ledge on disease, ihoii c ] any pi ofii ai is mg irom its sale. Josi.ru K an a, M. h. Foi sale by JAMLfe ti.HAAill/l' V Let ' t!• i \VM. STALLLh .*> mo \l 1 — ly Aiex.iiu.i i.i. I» < J Let*.'(Mi i g (ienilis < d L belly, j .SMITH'S TKKSIA.N I i A IK J. i' I </• U A I I V i ;. /*/'.•. Hi I ll r' h t I'll' I liiiiimi' mill I'lmit in" the ituir, I> UMiinIku i» ihcici liei cc* fnr pn rr>ot 1 l»t re grc w iii bin in Mit \ ot tit I mi m <; »•* tl*c tit tiiciliate unit\al *»i liaoiin ti »,rfc<w.'! W Inn, In In diMfe'e or or gleet, lie l.»ii ti* i o ii e a It an!, Iiai an, a rui < j r y , at ii Peg #• * to t» i It p t lie lie all r a 11 \ c aii\;»111 a if a g r< w ‘ii, prmesits appear*t.ce, »iJi»> to it* t last ' >0(1 bestow a lo »( « liaiiMci.ili nt gl»/>a. littaailicie la il.te one il to mkk i*ci!c )' j l-et ptii patalioi <* 111 tl <. 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[ ui ri im.'Viii^ I he (iai.iiruli in*m the l.i^b * ** : it t..c lit>i< I bi IIIlICi;« 1 Illilla rifcU:lU‘h lf ® ; ita application m the I lair* 1 Sll KLVS W . 1 A HUH, Vt !>• Of the Nome ot Kepu iii.u Fer bale. v*iiule*ale or retail, by t e jnr, J \> . MU i II, \\ kshin^ii'th N- ^ For bale by Urn. Mablir, 0. I** tj .i^r» xt jeXMUln*; J h.Oaiian, (J. thole, I. M » i|: t I r. Ilowaril, M atliii.j^n ii; l» M fci'f-1* ’ Ueorgeto* o. I'r.cc 73 cents per boTt'e m<r -7- *.v kook ki.\ o kk \. U/M. M- At OK K l.>< ».\ lok'v* :!.: *■ liiou in mini hi u.e til.zeii- ‘ ' ,1' * X a h (i i l a aiitl Hit* j Ui;llC, (:*«j5 N t< 1 piuytd an excellent liunk K.n •« i. v J * ill ulu a\s execute Jus vvuik ^ ?*f« f '" ue*$ aiiii uuiuUiiity. liiaiik Kv k 1 y nesciij lion, inaiic l<> oiiiei <»t notice. Ail in Otis v. i i U1 iell O • »iii(i« i V nu 1< „n lax Hi n t. 111 ^ ' opposite Air Siiilnci * Apollitcuiy : •lee l—if t>y LAMUlini 4 McKL.NZlt-. CCC IS |Uiiw«