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"A'AREHOWE. THE Subscribers hs*e v>st receive·.! the following Implement, which, a Med t<i their former Stock, re·) iem tue assortment compete—to which ihey ic*"1· ,ii* attention of the public. PLOUGHS, of every variety an l description, CULTIVATORS, constructed for 1, *2, :i »ul 3 HARROWS, various size*. horses SCYTHES and GRAIN CRADLES. SCYTHE SNAITHS; RIFLES; & S TONES RAKES, for«h*y, grain, and gardening. WfJEAT FAN^ various sixes. CORN SHELLERS; Hunkers andShellers VORX SHELLER Λ GiUS >ER. combined CORN and <MB CRUSHER, "Baldwin's" S TU Λ VV CUTTERS, various sizes and fie HAY and MANURE FORKS. [senptions, HOES, of everv size and variety HAY KNIVES, best "English." AXES, best cast ste-d — all sizes. RRAMSLE SCYTHES and BILL HOOKS OX-YOKES and BOWS. Gardening i/nrtements, arnon<* which are REELS and UNS", SPADED, SHOVELS, R \KE9, HOES. HOOKS. SHEARS, GRASS BOf?OER, KNIVES, TREE SCRAPERS. Sic &c. Most of the above articles have b^en se lected from the best Manufactures with care nnd are confidently recommeided tn be ol superior materials and workmanship. WM. STABLER & Co. Alexandria, 4th mo %2d HANCE'3 COMPOUND SYRUP OF FIORE HOUND. T^OR the Cure of Coughs, Cold*, Con.sump Î lion, Bronchitis, Asthma. Spitîiri£x ol Blo'vl, Pain and Oppression of the Breast, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Condi t ion of the Lungs. Perhaps th**re is no Medical Observation better established, and none more genera!!/ confirmed hv the experience of the best phv aiennaof all age* in all countries, than the Fact, that tmnv of tf)? most <|irhc.*ir and in curable Consumptions «ri^iiînie «r· neglected c »îds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the changes n1 weather are fre^uentlv au Iden and unexpected, if requires more care and a'leniioi) to ?»nni against this ?lnn >emiH enemv to hit oan life, ? h *> r ι rT»r><t n»rsoiis .'re ahle and » ν f 11 * 11 ? to h.«M»»i v\ Toe hills of mor tafitv exhibit the alarming and «no<t me'in cholv fact, that The number »Γ .feafhs hv this disease are as five toon*. *nasrmKh 'hen as this fatal di*ease is increasing :ι m »! Rf>reid:n2 so widely and fearfullv. and bidding defiance often to the combined ski!! of the most e'ni nent ohvsicians, t» i>; π gratification Ό the pro prietor to he enabled to orTjr to ?»Î· of con· anmptive habits, or those afflicted «vith dis tressing pains in the side or hrea«t, or anv affection of the nreast or !nn^, a reas tnahle and almost cer aim nroanect ·»Γ re!ιef. The virtues of Η >r-»h »und for arresting: to? progress of cough and con*n option, irivn bjen universally kri >w · sint%e the discover*· of America. The Indians so celebrated for Curinga'l dis*asas with herbs, used wrv ex tensively* the Horehound, in ail casesofriof is, Coughs, &c it »s to »hem »hi t we ire indebt ed for the knovvf* Ige we have of this vahia · hie remedv, and did we rj;e it a* fre^lv and promptly as those uncivilised beings. the list of deaths from consumption, wmiM he com parative! ν small* to wh it it is is at present. 44 An Indian never was kno ν η ·#ι die with Consumption," became thev alwavs t î iuch remedies as arrest The disease in time; consequently h-tng free from diseas.s of the Imgs. thev are ih ? hear?i?st race of persons i'i the wrspJd. T^e Oomn »uii ^vrnn ot Floreh >nnd is a medicine s»iitiMe to nersons of all ages and sexes; and if taken on the appearance of th^ first svmotom s «ν hi* h are a cousft'>r vain in the hreast wth in nine ca*es ·»îit of ten, aîïord relief and effect a s;>eedv cure. For sale at th* Orn^ Store of J04\ R. PIRRPOIN Γ, A*ent, earner f^in^ and Washington $t*. ap** — Iv FOîi ΤHR λ\Ί> ί'Πνηη^νίον. ΡΙΛΟ h»»nî Harsh, Κπ'|£Γΐ. nnJ PhlOPer? Sîôti l λπΊ ren i®" iî S··!·!♦?!?!'(ν sort. Dp. Fefr G«Wij) l's ?5\TT !)7. 1WVTVK poss^qps pro. nro^vs of «nrprising pnersv. in pro îurine de!ic*te tvh'tp mp^ît, 'un U !)n 1 nrr?^% arvf proter<ïis »hpn firon the ^hr hp?u. ft* iauH-:n? no·! >mp'io»»at in? nror»pr»i.·»* irnT!e-ii Jilhv · h° « ηι^ίη» irrît-lfioo of the «kin ppo<?·!·?«· î bv the «'ίο / of •»rt>!q»>i?«>f%<5, or o?her C3»He*. assuts»* «nfla 'nmtion, rP'nov°s <*i|tq . neotHPrnptton^, jmtipVs, hl'VrhPs'.tiM πη I 'pfi· ΠΛ,*\ hv i?s ·Γ»Ϊΐ|·ίυ orooerij^sj »t the for. mil ion of wrinV?*«. ml hin'^b^ 'vhf*n ΐηή pMrit* a i: *"·** "»^n!lp rj po«a r an^e. To S· h iJ no w')«ro , , » , W v York h'rt a* f>7 Wa'Ver street. 1 ΉηΓ 'rnrri the cor. ner of Rr.-n I'vif. *1 per boft'e. OATTTI1V.—3-e thnt •fillip Sen»»»-, Γ»% ti<vip ιηρ Πγ EV»îix \>ιν York.' is h'o wi in tb«* fonr «î ' -c of e iph ho**'e. Retvirp of «n'irîoiK îrnif\i»»on<î of this rela tor·» fp'f (·ο**ηΡ»ΐρ. o^fh* fp'^'pnoiNflhs*· ^•er, ©οηΐ'ΐ'η'ητ ·η»ο®πI ις»Γ?<ττ<»ηίς ntîerlv •*··:π »»w ι.» »h»» ο >·ηοΐ^τΐ'>η, ιΉ hv iheir re r.·®'!mt λλ·»οπ #»i lîin^orin(ï h«» ι' ■ h. Γ?ί,ΐχ '*'VT,l\rçrV^ ^îTPT?n,o^ V351RT \ν.ς rtO"HT!\ η conrioose^ nvïteri »i'v Iron (lovers ao<î «stT.o'pc, nn artjo!* V. hi'îh, Γ1*^ η it"· nerr»*ct «vi»h th** a'nri. *n ^ its rrrpc'n·»^ m 1 n®r'n*n<*n*v o· !<·>·, gjivp* to lh· rto;intf»naorv» a Mn.vn imnos jiiM·», Of) tj>v eloç«»st »n^n0/%t».>ri. to ;lt»tpr»t fron» î "îttirf; qtî'f is 'virrioî^î frpp Pronrç ηην m'n étal suSstT'.^p sn*f i'nijovpiSIe bv p^r^nirn· lion, or "ih^'n? *v»h s harvfkcrch ef! 5!) cent* Vfr boule. Forsaîehv CH \3. O. iVlIXY Jee 20—1v κ ιησ çtropt Τ\ \ |?λ|Ϊ^ 1 viriM ^ «n'l'ito'v π rv Vri * *ΟΓ Çî-tMAf 1|J »·ις r Τ ι Ϊ »· \V ' * *V ni* fnMirv to f h· j. Th* fiiliivvin? ♦*»<t i1 π ïoi'ï 's fWn the \ew V»\r|< pre** will recommend thi^ invaluahlp nrticlp; •We Mv» q»i*r> 'pst(»d Πι·. O'ViraO t*s Ορ:»ι,~ «tnrv pA'V>rî *nt «·Γ»η*νΙρηΗν recommend the srtiele to individuels annoved *viih sunp'1 fluo>»s hair, «vhrh, hv îts usp. ie entîrelv rp nyw*d in a short tim·. Ip*jvi:n<r j^p skin, riftPr washin* the pirt, narO»«%f!v whi'e and smooth, free! from the slightest irritation.'—Ν. Λ'. Evening Star. We eheerfiiM ν recom-nen ? TV Goura nd's Deflator* Powders to nit to*mPnt*d with *u perfluou* haK Ladies with ha»rv lirv*, 3nd pale faced voun<? pputlen^pn witl^ ητν,ρ down on their face* than is wished, will find it in invaluahtp article. We hive seen if tps'ed, and therefore sneak ht the card.—Πιϋν For sale onlv in Boston hv the appointed ajent, A. S. Jordan. No. 2, Milk street, at SI rer bottle. For m e b\ iec 20—Iv χ OH AS C. RÇ^RV. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TRUTHS !1 AS the «es son is advancing when Summer Bowel Comptent prevails—t.he Subscriber offers hi*Cholera Infantum Syrup, as a sure remedy for the prevention and cure of the Summer Bowel Comprint m children oroth* era. This medicine cures bv its Tonic and Antiaeptir powers, and the patient's strength increases with its use. Of theadaotatiofiofthii remedy to this disease the ext*eriei %e of th< aat five yea* has a bond* ntl ν orore»·;*™ ash «it τ by WM. L ANPHISR. Su?*. Dent dtt AL*0. ^npf notSeUKt* Powders, S bore· fop *|, Ç 9ft Av&ttltoui ntte ft cts» 097 Btar. i WORTH NOTICING. ! HE following letter from the Rev, J, W JL Sawyer, of Shaflsbury, Vermont, in con firraation of the virtues ol Dr. Jayne's Hair To me is from so good a source, and so strong ι voucher tor ihe article, that we give it to ou readers. II any ofthem are similar.y aiflicted ► they will thank us lor the information, as nom are disposed to consioer baldness an additioi ίο personal beauty. Where a remedy isreal [j good.\\should be universaiiy known, whih all quacKery should meet a prompt exposure .S.E.Posî» Shaftsoury, Bennington Co. Vt. ) Aug. 4th, 1840. J Du] D. JATrfR:—DaAa Sir—Learnin, through the medium of the newspapers th< ι ed eacy of your tiAIR TONIC, and being ac ciiamted with some of those recommending i 11»> wit: Rev. C. C. Park, Rev. Dr. Babcoct I and Rev. L. Fletcher, and when in New YorJ I %ast spring, I purchased two bottles, with i ' view to make the experiment I have heei quiie haid for about four years, and obliged.t< wear a wig. Indeed, it is constitutional will my family to t>e bald hi early life. I confess f iiau nut little confidence m the attempt, ha ving been su bald, ana near 46 years ei age ami tnnt parto! my head destitute of hai exceedingly smooth. I however, comratiicec < agreeably to your directions, ano used on< j bottle faithfully, and with very litt.e eflec Dut before I had used the second bottle, s very fine fuzzy hair became perceptible, whicl continued to grow, arid now having used thi third t>Hîle,l have had three cuttings perior med,and trie prospect is very flattering, tha I sha I again he blessed with a ti;:e head ο hair ornamental ana useful. ! am extremel; gratified with the prospect, and from observa : tions made, many of my friends, and acquain tance*, who have herertofore regarded'thi preparation as deceptive, and only a catcl petinj concern,are now rve.. satisfied that i isk%Truth—No Fiction.·* J. W. LAWYER. Prepared onl? by Dr D. Jayne, No. 2V Soutl Third Street, Philadelphia. Puce £!. Messrs. Win. Stabler, and Co. are my a *ents in Λ l^randria for the sale of the abovi irtic.e. D.JAYNE. I seplG— ly iK& Φ À' »W<?pj? "ÈV ,3? i l* ïfvfig «*. 'iT^-.-ZlX»>p. t J ■ ^ ^Vvfc^vg2 ^ ft Ε <J.iiiy eiTectin? some οΓ the most as i-1 toaishius lui ! wonderful CURES thatev 5Γ have heen known—inconsequenceol whicl hey have now become a shining mark a gains »vhtch all the arrows oi disappointed hope, en " V and uncharitahleness are levelled withou distinction. The town and country are aliki tided with their praise. The paiaceand poor nouse alike echo with their virtues. In ai climates, under n'i tfinperatii.es, they still re tain their wonderful powers, and exert them unattended by age or situation They ari si iii pie i :i their preparation, mild in their action thorough!» their operation, and unrivalled it • heir results. PETERS' VEGETABLE PILLS, Λ.»e Anci-Bihous, Anti-Dyspeptic and Anti dercurial, and nia v lustlv beconsiilereda Uni i νι:; hut they are peculiarly be it:final in the following complaints,—Yeilon ind ^iiious Revers, Fever and Ague, Dyspep la.Crouo. Liver Complaints, >?/k Head-ache Tauadice, Asthma, Dropsy, Rheumatism, En ar^er;e!îî. of the Spleen, riles, f'holic, Ferait lbs! f notions, Men rt buro, Furred Tongue, λ a ti sea, Distension of the Stomach and Bowels incipient Diarrhcen, Flatulence Habituai ("'os tiveness. Loss of Appetite, Blotched orsadon Complexion,and in all cases of Forpor of the Bowels, where a Cathartic or an Aperienti< needed. T4iev are exceedingly mild in tneii operation.:)"Oiincing nenher nausea, griping not debility. • j^Porsale by nil the Drnaraistsin Alex andria, Washington,and Georgetown] inly *2^—1 ν ΓΟ THE BALD HEADED AND OTHERS DOES an* know a neighbor or a friend wh< has been Bald, and whose head is now covered with fine hair? One whose coat col lar was covered with dandruff, though brush ed every hour—which has now vanished en· Mrely? Or one whose ha'rs at early age weri turning grey, who now has not a grey hair?— » Τ · . f W f i 4 U 1 ΓΠΙ ^ iiu^r llt'ÙUO \> Ç î ν \/ ν» w v> ι v. * · O ·(,« scruf-—wh^se hair would not grow, that arc now srrowin* the fullest crops of hair: Some lenses must he known to most persons. Asi, t them theca use, and you χν ι H hp told, these ihinjjshave been donebv the use of the CALM Yr COLOMBI A. Of-20 years prowrh is this article, its demand increasing annually sorr* hundred f*er cent.—though when discovered nor oppo>eo hv any thing for the same purpose no a* assailed by almost nnmberiess mushroom trash preparations that will ruin the hair if us ed to any extent. Can more than these facts he war)ted—reîer to the recommendations by a list of names of respectability, unequalled hy anv other article. Look to the«e ihings— buy this article. Stay and preserve your hair bv its use. or if bald restore it. Ladies, at tend to this—hundreds in fashionable lite are 'isinir it as the toilet. Lon^ hair is very apt to fill out. Ladies, u<e the Balm of Columbia in time to save yourselves the disgrace of bald ness by neiT!f-ct of your persons. Ir is vour duty, as mora.ists to presei ve the beauties of nature, with which a bountiful Creator has endowed you—use th^ Halm, lorii will (io it. CAUTION TO BE REMEMBERED. —Several most flagrant attempts have been made to counterfeit the true Balm of Colum bia. Some of the impostors have pone so far as io counterfeit the splendid wrappers, and the Falls ofXiagara, and everv external marj^ except the name of Conistoek, which they dare not forge. To avoid impositions therefore, always iook for the name of Comstock & Co. or L. S. Com stock, and never buy the article unless it has that name upon ;t. Sold Whoiesaie and Reind, only at No, i Fletcher street, Ν. Y. Fron the Boston Chronicle, Jan. 1^. * 3s* We see bv an advertisement inanothei column that Messrs. Comstock and Co., the .1 : 1 Λ Γλ·, ΓΜΛ *·ϊ /I iTo'j l\ f) ι r>i ,λΓ Pn. ■ Ί · I LI 11 Ί 1/iCU ΛΙ-CIH' I*'· v.»·· iirnhia, have deputies to sell th?*î article ir Ronton and elsewhere.—We know a lady ο thi>5 citv whose hair was so nearly gone astc expose eritireiν her phrenological rievelp· 1 ments, which, considering that they betoken ed a mo*t amiabie disposition, was not in real· itv very unfortunate. Nevertheless she mourn ed the loss of locks that she had worn, and after a year's fruitless resort to miscalled res· toratives,purchased, some monthsago,a bot tle or two of Oldridge'sBaim, and she has now ringlets in rich profusion, irlossv, and of raver blackness. We are not pufnng—none of th( commodité has been sent to us, and, indeed we do not want auv, for though we wen obliged to wear a wig a year açjo, we hav< now, through its virtue, hair enough,and of ί passable quality, of our own. narinr Fraud. The Baim Columbia ha been imitated by a notorious counterfeiter. Le it never be purchased or us-vr unless it hav< the nameof T,. S. COMST^CK, or the signa ture of COMSTOOK & Co. on 2 splendid wrapper. This is theonly external test tha riH secure the public from deception. Address COMSTOCK & CO 'Vhoîesrle Druggists, X7sw-York *4.2 Fletchet street ?HO Will GO BALD.' COLONEL SEAVER, Postmaster, at Baia *ta, is knowing to the Inct.thatPr. Bingham ot Tennessee county aged over 70, and fo more than 17 years very bald, has hart hi hair fully restored bv the use of one hott e ο I 'heBalmofCohimbia from CO Vt STOCK &C0 Foi ?f!:e bv J. î. 5avrt, Wm. Harper, * jj. H. Monroe, Alexandria! iec 1—If wmttigSe1oW *ΡΛ \u oClJ JAYNE'S INDIAN EXPECTORANT IS RECOMMENDED asdecidedly βυ perior to any other known combination ut Medicine, for Coughs, Colds, Influen za, Consumption, Asthma, spi'ting of Blood, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breath ing, Hooping Cough, Pain, and Weak ness of the Breast, and all diseases of the Pulmonary organs. This medicine is highly and justly re commended, by numerous and respecta ble individuals, who have found relief from its use. Many who have been la boring under protracted Coughs and pains in the breast and have been sup posed by themselves and their friends far advanced in consumption, have been happily restored to perfect health by the use ot this valuable Expectorant. Persons laboring under chronic or consumptive coughs, will find great ad vantage from carrying a small quantity of the Indian Expectorant with them, while attending to their various avoca tions, and taking a teaspoonful occa sionally. Their cough wiil be scarcely felt and they will be enabled to expecto rate with the greatest facility, and the ir ritating matter will thereby soon be re moved and a permanent cure effected.— Let the afflicted try it. Prepared only hy I)r. D. Jayne of Sa lem, iS'ow Jersey, and none is genuine v\ it Γ· out his written signature to the label on the outside of the Dottle. CERTIFICATES. I hereby ceriify ι haï i was cured of a violent cough and pain in the breast by using Doctor Jayne's Expectorant Med icine. My wife also was afflicted with a bad cough and pain in the breast, atten ded with so much difficulty of breathing as to prevent her from getting any sleep fur a number of nights in succession, but by taking two doses of this medicine she was enabled to sleep quietly through the night and in a few days by continuing its use she was perfectly restored. JAtUK ΙΛ lUUt; V\ Λ Y. Hancock's Bridge, Ν. J. Sep. ^1, 1S36. From the Rev. O. C. P. Crosby, 1 «1 te 1 aL'«Mi! of tlie American Baptist. 1 To Dr. L). Jay ne. Dear sir: I have ' made use of the Indian Expectorant, personally and in my family for the la>t six years with great benefit. Indeed 1 may consider my liie prolonged by the use of this valuable medicine, under the blessing of God, for several years. J may »ay almost as much in the case of my wife and also of the Rev. Mr. Tinson * of the Island of Jamaica. For all cases of cough, intlamation of the chest, lungs arid throat. I do most unhesitatingly re commend this as the best medicine i have ever tried. My earnest wish is that o thers afflicted as I have been, may expe rience the same relief, whicn lam per suaded they will by using the Indian Expectorant. C. C. i\ Ckosby. i\. 0. Many of my neighoors, on my recommendation, have tiled tîiis medi cine with uniform mh ces«. N. York June In, 1835. From the Rev. J »nathan Going», D. D Editor oi the Ameirc\:n Baptisf. 1 nave used the above medicine with success for a cou-ih an-i hoarseness. Jonathan Going. New York, De-. 1S'J5. Doc.t. D. Javne—Dear sir : I was for a long time afflicted with a violent cough and difficulty of breathing, attended with weakness and pain in my breast, but have been restored to perfect health by using one bottle of your I ηrîïau Expecto 1 rant. I have been su* jet t to a cough I and pain in my breast for n^ar twenty ! vears, and have found Γ « r greater bene ! j fit from this medicine than from any [other. I remain, respectfully, yours, Susan Ireland Canton, Nov. 21, 1S3 >. I ι Many mort» certificates m is ht he add ! ed but "the above are con-Meted suffi ci j ent. 1). JAYNS. Salem, N. J. April, 183ό. Forsale by agents throughout the Uni ted States, u here also may oe had Jayne's Carminative Balsam, for Bowel Com [•lainte; Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, for Worms, Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, &c. Anient for Alexandria, 1st mo 28— îy WM. STABLER. SUMMER COMPLAINT. DIAKRHŒA, DYSENTARV, and all other derangements of the Sto j ii,. ch and BoweN, are etiectualiv cured by Dr. Javne's Carminative Bais ui), j Dr. D.Jay ne—Dear Sir,— Having made ! use of your Carminative Balsam in my family, and finding it to be admirably a dap*ed to the complaints for which it is intended, I take pleasure in recommend ; in^ it to the use of η y friends and the , ! public L-eneraiiv, believing those who are ι [afflicted with any of the-e complaints 1 will find relief in the use of tnis valuable ! ! medicine" Jonathan Going. D. D. ) President of Granville College, Ohio. ) New York, May 20, 1837· Baltimore, March 27, 1S33. Dr. Jayne.—Dear Sir. You ask me ' '· what proofs I meet with of the efficacy of your medicine. lean safely say that 1 never prescribed a medicine for Bowel ! Complaints that has given me so much I satisfaction, and my patients so speedy j and perfect relief as this. Whenever in ι troduced into a family, it becomes a I standing remedy for those ailments, and is call?d for again and again, which J ί think a pretty good proof of its efficacy » and usefulness; in the Summer Com » J plaint of children it has frequently ap • 1 peared to snatch the little vietims as it 1 j were, from the ^rave. It saved the life of my child, and cl such and such a child ς Ϊ have repeatedly heard said: In dysen t teric affections of adults, I have time and ? again seen it act like a charm, and give - permanent relief in a few hours—I may 1 say in a few minutes. In fine it is a val * uable medicine, and no family should be without it. Respectfully, ( M. L. Knapp, M. D. j Late Physician to the Baltimore Dis Ipensary and agent forthe Maryland Vac f cine Institution. Prepared and sold by Dr. D. Jayne, No. 26 South Third st. between Market and Chesnut. The public are respectfully informed That Wm. Stabler & Co. Druggists, Al exandria. are my Agents for the sale of the above medicine. π AVID /ΛΥΝΕ. ■ Philadelphia Junef—)y Liver Complaints, Asthma,Bronchitis,Pains or weakness of the breast, Chronic coughs, difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, and all afl'eetions of the Pulmonary Or gans. NO QUACKERY !·. NO DECEPTION!!! In setting forth the virtues of this tru'y val uable medicine, we have no rit sire to deceive the afflicted, nor do we wihh to eulogize it more than it justly deserves, yet when we look around us and see ttie vast amouut of suffering occasioned hv the various diseases in which it has proved so pre eminently sue · cessful, we feel that we cannot say too mueh in ils favor. Va nom remedies, it is true, have been offered and putled into notice from time to time, for diseases of the Lungs, and some have undoubted)* been found very useful, but of all thai has been yet discovered, it. is uni versally acknowledged that none has ever proved as successtul as tins. The medicinal virtues o| ι he Wild Cherry Hark have long been known and highly ex tolled in man ν dis eases, hv some of the most hminent physici ans, but in this preparation its powers are greatly increased, and us ♦superiority at once made manifest. Resides possessing all the virtues of the Wild Cherry IJaik, in a highly concentrated form, it also contains an ex tract ol Tar, both of these being prepared by a new chemical process, by which their me dicinal properties are scientifically combined and associated together, with such other me dicinal substances, as to render it far superior to any form in which it has ever been em ployed. The universal celebrity which this medi cine is rapidly paining in every section of the countrv. and the manv surprising cures it has Ieffected,has indeed esta hljshed itseifïcacv be« i yond all doubt, and c!e^ rl ν proves ι fiaL "Con sumption" may and en η tie cured, even in some ol its inosi distressing forms. We are not, however, skei tea I enough to suppose thai this or any o'her remedy is capable of curing every case, and all stages of ι he disease: on the contrary, we are well aware lhat there are many rases bevond the power of medicine to cure. Yet vvhde there is life there is hope, and from practical experience in the efficacy ι of this medicine, we can <afel\ say there are ( few cases in which it will not alleviate the suf fering, and may prolong life for years. Stirh indeed are the astonishing healing and resto rative properties ol this Balsam, that even in the worst fortïis of "Consumption,when » fie patienf has suffered with t!ie most distressing cough, violent nain> in ι he chest, uiificultv of breathing, night sweats, Weeding of fhe longs, Sic., and whn tlie most esteemed remedies «>1 our Pharmaropias had failed t(» afford any re lief, and after numerous oiher remedies had been u<ed for many months in vain, tfiis in valuable remedy has been productive of'the most a<tonisning relief. In the e;ir!v stages of the disease, proceeding from neglected colds, termed tari hft! Consumption, it fins been used with undeviating success. and m many instacnes when Itus disease seemed to have marked its victim for an earl ν grave, the use of this medicine has arrested every xymtom, and restored ihe lungs to a state of peifect health. In that form of Consumption, so prevalent amongst del c:ite young Females, co.-rmoniv termed debility, or ''going into a decline/' a complaint uhh which thousand-are lingering, it has a Iso been used with surprising success, and not only possesses the power of checking the progress of 'hi> a!a ming disease, t»ut at the same <ime strengthens and invigorates the whole system more effectually than any reme dy we have ever possessed. Asa remedy in Liver complaints, Asthma, Bronch'tis. &c..especially when attended with η hii.i r^CnûL'k! k.irûlifl.'C ίιί I liu llirnrit ΛΓ |«· VlftljÇIlt ■!*»»·· ' * ll\. *· I χ. ..Χ,ν-w w, < ι« ν It.· - . , w. .oppressed breathing, it lias been used with equal success, and cured ma η ν cases oî years 'standing, after ever y thing else had (ailed.— η common coughs ami colds, croup in children which prevail so extensively throughout tne winter, it will he found much tnoie effectua! than any remedy in use, and when colds set tle upon the lungs,ca using an inflammation with pains in the breast, difficulty or shortness of breathing, &c., the use of this Balsam will suppress the symptoms immediately, η ml at the same time prevent the lungs Irorn becom ing more seriously diseased. Such in fact is the nature and simplicity of 'his medicine, so powerful in action, vet so mild, safe and pleasant in its operation, that it might he jusily termed "Nature's own pre scription," and although hut two years have elapsed since it *rs first made public, we can proudly «a ν M has acquired a ce'ebritv unpre cedented hv any medicine in use, and is evi dently destined to become the most popular and valuable medicine ever discovered.— vX?" For part'culars see Dr. Wistar's MFarrnlv Medical Guide," a treatise on Pulmonary dis eases, which may be had gratis oi any of the Agents. CAUTION.—As several attempts have hern made to prejudice the public against this med icine, by an ohscure illiterate (jnack. calling himself Dr. S way ne, ('he proprietor of a nos trum called Swavne's Svrupof Wild Cherry,) who has asserted that Dr. Wistar is not the inventor, and ofherwise resorted to the most palpabie arid malicious falsehoods, it is neces sary to put the public on their guard, and re tjuest purchasers to f>e ver ν particular to ask for "PR. WIS PAR'S BALSAM OF WILD ' CHERRY," and observe these words blown in the glass of each bottle, arid the signature of Hetirv Wistar, M. D.f on the label, without • which none is genuine. !l is al?o enveloped in an engraver* wrapper, representing a jubi lee under ι he Wild Ciierrv Tree, and a pam phlet descriptive of the diseases, with full di rections lor using, copy rights of the same be ing secured according to law. l'.T2* In or der fo protect the public Irorn imposition, we will also give a reward of Five Hundred Dolhrs, for the conviction of any person or persons detected in counterfeiting the genuine • medicine. . l:~pRemember, there is a medicine adver tised c%lle<l the " Syrup of Wild Cherry," which is entirplv different from the BaLam, and has no connection with it whatever. The genuine Balsam is prepared for the proprietor, and sold at wholesale by WIL LIAMS & Co , Chemists No. 21 Minor Street, Philadelphia, to whom λ 11 orders must he di rected, (post paid ) Sold also I «y Druggists and appointed Agents in ail the principal Towns in the United Slates. Retail price, $1 00 a Bottle. Oty- A liberal discount to the trade. Ν. B. Druggists and dealers in medicines [ will find this a very valuable and profitable ad dition to their stock,and should always have it Ion hand. An Agencv may also be obtained jhy a responsible person in any Town *here none exists, by addressing as above, post -paid. For sale by J. R. PIERPOINT, Druggist, Sole Agent for Alexandria. sept 30— I y SUGAR COFFEE &c. (5)| HHDSP. R. &N O. Sugar & 1 30 bags Rio Coffee 50 " St. Domingo do 20 half chests Gunpowder Tea 1 ·« " Souchong 14 (very fine) 5 hbds. N. O. Molasses 17 realms ruled and plain letter paper 23 " wraping paper, this morning landing f'om Barque General Harrrison from \>vv Voik and for sale by aug 9 WM. BAYNE. ΓΟ HATTERS, CLOTHIERS, TANNER* FARMERS, WASHERS, AND OTHERS. Λ,ν Ε, Ihe undersigned, having purchase* * "· of Richard Hill, Alexandria, one cfBar mum's Patent Boilers, so highly recommend ed for heafini? water for washing and bathini purposes—for butchers and hatters use*— fo steaming vegetables for stock; forevaporatini sap into sugar, and for purifying refuse brine &c &c. ; hu' used hv in chiefly for washin; and bathing purposes, deem it a p'easure am our duty to recommend tt to the pnhlic, as on( of the hest, most convenient,and eeonoinica aparatus ever introduced, 1 JOHN S. EMERSON, JOSEPH H. MILLER, A. S. WILLIS. ! CASS I US F. LEE,' J NO. McCORMlCK, WILLIAM PAGE, ! JOHN CREIGHTON, I GEORGF H. M ARKELL O. FAIRFAX. Ï have used in m ν id mil ν the above boi lei for washing, and c.in therefore recommend i for that purpose. EDM Î. ERE I purchased one of the above boilers ani\ find it convenient and economical. iu! ν 8—Cl J Ν Ο. C. VOWELL. TO THF LADIES, j , NTELLEOTUAL Development and Per sonal Reautv, considered in connexion with ] Dr. FRLIX GOT]RATIO'S POUDRES SUR I TILES The sculptor, whose stud ν is to imi i tate the exquisite workmanship of nature, pourtrays in his model of τ he human form a broad and elevated forehead. This develop ment is not only consonant with, but some times necessary to the possession of a high i order of mental faculty. If a fine forehead i< ! a mark of i nieller î. it is no less an essentia element of personal beatify, an if it is of im portance to those. an.! there are many such possessed of this prominent feature though obscured by the encroachments of a too luxu rious growth of hair, to remove that portion of an excrescence which tends, in their case, only to deform. This can he done safelv. speedy, effectual!y, and if u«ed in accord ance with directions, without the iea>t inc.on venience, hv Dr. Felix Gouraud's Depilatory j rciwoers. ι r.e iurz on Hie cnin, wnen an noying, nr the short hair o;i the hark of a ladv's neck, when ton apparent — the hair of η mole, or'the heard, when high upon the cheek rrav all he removed and even'uallv the root* destroyed hv the use of this preparation. Manufacturer! hv Pr. Felix Oourand, 67 Walker street. one door from Broadwav, N, Y., and for sale in this citv, hv his cole a ce η t. Mr. A. S. JORDAN, 2 Milk, l«i door from Washington street. [ι^Γ?1 per hotile. GOURATJP'S Γ.ΑΤΤ PF RFAUTE OR TRIÎF WATFR OF RRAT'Ty, For removing (reekle^.tan.pimples. b'otches 1 sores, hurn^, a n<l all cutaneous eruptions, real - j izing delica fe whre ha nds r.eck and a rms, nnr ; eliciting a healthy juvenile appearance. SI j per hot fie. OOURAUD'S νΠ'ΪΚΤΛΠΤ.Ε ROUGE. I Com:>o«e<.( runteriallv from flowersnnil <-im· pJe*. imparts a delicate carnation tinge to the cheek» immovable h ν perspiration or robbing with a handkerchiefor a linen cloth. 50 cents per h11 ? f /e For sate hv CLIAS. C. BERRY, dec 20—I v Kir.2 street. ROOTS AND SHOES. ! ^FUTE subscribers would respectfullν inions i 1 their Inends of Alexandria and its vici ; nitv, that they continue to keep on hand hi j their store, on King street, a good assortmei. 'of the following articles, viz: Men's thici kip, call*, grain, hnfî and morocco BOOTS: i Rovs1 and vou»h's (io rio do; Men's. bov'f ; ami vomh's SHOES, of all kinds: likewise ' ladies', misses, and children's, of ail kinds ! which will ht» so?d on the most reasonable terms, lor cash, hv the pair or dozen. \ JT^LAPIES Morocco and Kid Slipper? I made of the best materials and workman ship for one dollar per pvir, forca«h; but wher ! charged, the u<nal price will he retained. M:s<es πr;(? f'fiihfrens* do. in proportion, j fel) 10—ly BALLANGER & CLAFLIN. /""Χ Λ F Λ '« k Τ~Λ Λ ΓΛ i Τ Τ « π'Γ» t τλτ η η π ητ λλρ .'ΪΛΛ^ΛΙ'Λ ΙΥ11_*Ι_ί.Λ, V ΓΛΤΓι 1 îjL'JUL PILLS. IT?0R purifying the blood, removing bile j i. correcting π11 disorders «>f*the stomach anr bowels, costiveness, dyspepsia, swimming it j (he head, Sic Persons of a full ha bit, wh< j are subject to headache, stddiness, drnvesi· ι ness. and sinxin? in the ears. arising from ro« j great a How of blood 10 ihe head, should never ; he without th»*m. as manv dangeroi»?i svmp· I torns will he entirely carried oil by their imme· I dn *e u>e. For Females, these Pill* are most truly ex cellent; removing nil obstructions, the distress· ] ing heanache so verv prevalent with the sex: I depression oj spirjfu, dullness of sight, nervow a flections, blotches, pimples and saîlowness ol ; ιhr skin, and give a healthy and juvenile , bloom fo I he complexion. ; Asa pleasant, safe, easy aperient, they unite • ihft recommendation of a mild opreation, with j the most successful effect, and reijnire no re straint of diet 01 confinement during (heir use. By regulating the dose according t<» the • age and strength of the patient, ihe ν become i suitable for ever ν case, in either sex. that can ' he required; and lor eHerlv people they will be found to be The most comfortable rnvdiCMt : hitherto prepared. For sa te bv JOIIN R. PI Ε [I POINT, Druggist, Ag^nt iorSeih S. Ilance Corner of King and Washington streets. j ap 7—1 ν , P.!l.r;xr>ETIVS Ρ J U.St. ! Γ H F »w York Sum sivr BRANDHET ll'S ι 1. PILLS have been used among many ol jouririer.ds and in our own family we have ased them nearly tour years when we required j medicmc: m that period, no Doctor save Mr Brsitdretii has crossed our threshold, and nc xedicir.e besides the Doctor's Pills used. Oui ! heliel is-keep your bowels a nd blood pure,'and every kino of disease wiil be prevented or cur· : ed. The Hrandreth Pills are eminentlycalcu· : lated to do this, and thereby much lesser the anm ni τηΐ<ίΡΓΓ. «M*l* · · · v.... . - ι The New York Evening Star says: Bran ! a rein's Pills are a medicine whirh their owi i'ntense worth will always secure lor them t i arge and ready sale.—The ν have deservedly? : oigh reputation; ar.d as a Πι m ί I y andanti-bitli ous remedy it would he difficult to equal then among a I! the patent medicines of the presem ; riav. The New Yoi κ Commercial says: They re move ai morbid humors and purify tne blood To the ichole faintly of Man.—We feel hotl pleasure and satisfaction in recommending tc 1 all our readers. Brandretn's Vegetable Pills, ai the most certain, most safe, and invaluable medicine extant. As antibilious and aperiem Pills, we are perfectly eonrinced theyrtand lar a Dove all others; as a certain cure in a» cases of worms, scurvy, scorhuiic humors erysipelas,and all affections oft he skin, dro p s7, asthma, stone, gravel, piles, and lumbago, they will be foundinvaluable.—London7imes, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. VRTJGGISTS NEVER MADE Λ G EXT S i JOHN H. GIRD is the only Agent in Al ; fxaudna, ior the sale of Brandreth's Pills. Raltimore Office. corner ofLipht & MerrerSt R. R. GREEN, ι *nay 22—6m Gener2lA?ent i . ^ M. SNYDER, Jr., Γ Λ OLD, Silver, and Bank Note Broker ; o| Γ fice on King street. soui!; side, 3 doon West of Royal street. Bills ofExchange and Bank Checks on mo orthe principal Cities of the Union, botigl i and sold at best rate* I' Drafts, Notes and Bills collected on the mos iavourab.e terms. Bank Notes on all solvent Bank* in the Γ discounted at the lowest rates. Gold and Silver bou^htand soie αο 16 —tf CHANGE OF HOURS. Steam Boat Phenix. α ^ FINDING that the time φ occupied in receiving and «âiw WUaW-*landing freight, will pre vent the rioat from starting at the hours adver tised, and wishing to accommodate as far as in my power, the hours of starting of this Rout from and after this day will be as fol lows, viz: Leave Alexandria, at 8 and 10, A. M.,2and 4, Γ. M. Leave Washington, at 9 and 11, A.M.f3aiid 5, P. M. The Boat will also make one trip daily to George Town, (Sundays excepted.) Leaving Alexandria at 12 o'clock, and Georgetown at 1 o'clock. JAMES GUY, Jr., oct f> Captain· FOll PINE Y POINT AND CONE RIVER a ^ The Steamer CHESA-· ίν7<^^^ΐ^Γμο3ΡΕΑΚΕ% will make a plea sure trip to Piney Point and Cone River, everv Wednesday morning, leaving Rilev's Wharf Washington, at half st 6 o'clock, and Alexandria half past 7 o' clock: returning she will leave Piney Point and Cone River,Thursday mornings,and take of! and land Passengers on the different land ings on the River. This arrangement will en able Passengers that wish to goan.il return the same trip to spend the night at Piney Point and Cone River, and have a fine chance for Bathing Passage and fare to go and return the same trip S3. The Chesapeake will leave fitir Norfolk is usual, everv Friday morning at i) o'clock. JAS. MITCHELL. Washington, July 23— if NOTICE. , The Steamboat CO VL- m., ^I.U.VIIUA. Cs pi urn J. Guy ther, will leave Baltimore on Saturday evening 18ih instant, for the Dis trict, and returning will leave Alexandria every Wednesday morning therealter at 7 n'nlnrlr. leh 10—tf DR. KUHL'S st:8:D3<0 3srB8 * RESTORER OF THE BLOOD, 1*0 X» chro y ι c a y η η ru ι: ? η rs κ. ι ses. fi J^A fresh supply o( Dr. Kuhl's celebrated Medicines, just received, and f«»r s<ile at HENRY COOK'S net 6 Drug Store. J. PRASE & SON 3 CELEBRATED REMEDY FOR CONSUMP TION, COUGHS, AND COLDS, I Known as Clarified Essence of Horehound Candy. New Yokk, April !C, 1841. Sir,—Within « he last two or three month*, I have used considerable of your "Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Candy. And it has enabled me to speak with greater ease and less injurv to my chest, than anv thing I have ever used. And I do think that every public speaker, ought, if possihie, always to have it in possession. And all others who would wish to enjov the tree exercise of their lungs. Yours, truly, DANIEL BERRY, Pastor the Westyan Methodist Church, corner of Grand and Clinton sts, OLDS AND COUGHS CURED.— Tikis is to certify that I was afflicted with a violent cold, and so hoarse thai I could not ; articulate above a whisper. I used a pack ' :igρ of J. Tease & Son's Horehound Candy, ' which I consumed in the alternoon and even· | niiT, and strange to relate, I uas enabled to s».eak as well as ever I did, the next day.— Under God I attribute this almost miracle to vour Caridv, and you are welcome to make it puM'c for the benefit of whom it may con cern. Yours·, truly, J. LITTLE, 3 Allen-»!. Dr. Rogers requests us to sav, that he has ; practised medicine as a physician, for thirty 1 [years; during this long period ol his pracnce he has made u^e o! various kinds of remedies » · for colds, horseness, and that distressing com· I plaint, the Whooping couyh, and he believes 1 \ν ι r 11 a* goon success,as pnysician* in générai; * ane after all, he finds none as successful as Peace's Clarified Essence of Hoarhound Can· dy—ant! he would recommend it to he uni versally used. It can he obtained at 45 Divf* sion-stieet. The following are a Ii>t of our authorised j agents: Alexandria,Bell & Entwisle; Washing· i tun city, Frank Tavlor, and W;ii. Fischer j Georgetown, G. W. Southron, sepi 13—6m SI FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSA PAHILLA. DO. LEIDY'S Medicated Extract of Sarsa parilla being a concentrated ffuid extract, combined iv it h other vegetable extricts, ivhich renders il a medicine of great utility in the cure of"all diseases rising from impurities of ihe blood, is an invaluable remedy tor a'l Rheumatic affections, general debility, ulcer· ovis sores, diseases ol fhe hver and skin, ulcerated sore throat, ulcers of the nose, can cers ο r diseases of the hones, scrofula, ery jsipih.s or St. Amhonv's fire and all the unptea· Isant and dirigeronsaffections arising from the injudicious use of mercury. &.c As a general purifier ol the the blond at all times particular· ' ly in the Spring and Fall Asa medicine Por its remedial virtues in nil the above mein'ion . ed diseases and affect on? the*e is no prepara tion more efficacious and is warranted to pos sess all the boas»ed virtues contained in • the Panaceas, Catholicons Extracts &c.— ί Frt)rn a discovery made by the proprietor ι ; there is a combination of certain vegeta ι hie extracts wjih the Sa rsa pari I la that a (ids greatly to its virtues, which justifies ! ihe proprietor in pronouncing it paramount to other preparations; for sa le at FI EN Κ Υ COOK'S, Drugstore. Where also nia ν he had the genuine and I ! original Sarsapanlla orBIuud Pills. ' i oct 12—tf ANTISEPTIC DENTRinrE. T)OTANICAL Antiseptic Denfrtfire is an ) agreeable and valuable preparation for whitening and preserving the teeth. It will eradicate the Scurvy in the gums, make them firm ami healthy, preserve the teeih from aching, and prevent decay, il lived .with a tooth hrush once a day, night most j preferable time. Prepared and sold hv HENRY COOK, oct 15 Chemist &l Druggist. SUGAR, 8ce, "I f\ HHDSN. Ο Sugar, ,'ow price X 1/ 25 hags Java and Old White Coffee 2 half chests fine Gunpowder Tea 3 cnests Young Hyson Tea to boxes Family Starch 20 do Yellow Soap 40 bags Shot assorted 6 boxes plug Tobacco 15 do Cheese I ca^e Pine Apple Cheese I bale Shoe Thread 20 kfgs White Lead Just received and forsalebv oct 17 R. & W. RAMSAY. DEWEES ON CHILDREN. \ TREATISE on the Physical and Mfdi Jl cai Treatment ol Children, by William P. DPivees, eighth edition, with the authors lasl improvement*and corrections. Just pub· lishcd, and for sale by r. oct 17 BELL Si EN I \V ISLE. LOOKING GLASSES. RECEIVED this day, an assortment of Looking Glasses, which I will sell loiv.— , Call and see before you buy, at the Fane? Sand Varietv Store, of oct 10 CHAS. C. BERRY.