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I>B I!BOTHERS' MEDlCIltB8,
? IN I.IKE 11KM* P?tent ?J claim by one thing to curs all discasci, mm p . 1^)11 i? particularly designed to cure tome 0* Specific idiopathic complaint, with itfc train of symp "n'wSSI!. h?e been In >?? "?J mS V before ?t?tL2?1* now advertised so g<4nenilly u Pills, tracts, Syrups, Ac were ^pown, and ^ be hoped lion unsurpassed by anyother. I matured therefore tLtthowwelUned remedies ubMr. results of nearly thnrty years experi^moe ^ ^ vation of their in"4fVirl[ '??"SSf wh.ch their vslue, ease, will meet with that at ^ ^ afflicted, demand theiT inestimable lmportan iiowi; T1"iir ^KMOTu'ElWANOUYNli PILLB. DK. HAUIUE. and is cure to relieve This is a powerful anodjj ^ ^ .houid only be pam when ?U ?f? d vhen no relief can be ok ^TKENi'THEN [NO PLAHTKR. This ia used whenever a 8tren^enin|pUster is wIS It seldom or never fail- to A?rd rebel ''rTm. Wooers' irritating pla?? This IB one of the moat Taluable ?ountw-irHUn? By being applied over the part*, * ?/nd acute and chronic pains in the ?>de and cbest, and Summation of the throat or bnnjch.d.Jtcure. Deaine?s, or dullness of hesrrn? ?ery best remedies for all dl^?f of tne head or brain. W* . nrj u; unw. DH. BROTHERS' FKVKR^ AND AGUfc. POW F These Powder. |?m? ilrong w^e ^U-Mrnl. ?d or Intermittent fSS "l ii - ."O ttJJ ???? i^BSfiSSS^ U^j2?2f>ci MS?SMS?3*3-; tare used it, having pertormed many extraordinary These Drop. nr. ?"fi.^SfwWntag have .n immed..* effort mrjhjrm^WK J ? Cmnb, Croup, ? diffloult, ol b3in"feT.o, in Epitope, Pleuri.J, Con.nmpt.on, ?R MOTHERS' BLACK OB HEALING SALVE "bSS? or n.e?M. to Ulcers Cuts, Soro Nipples, Burns, and tort, of all sa? .> ^ssartssiracsssE jXK it by the npp'iontion of u poulttoe: then l^'hlhe nicer le?ntP^r cS/for venerial, Mrc^uou^tol;H>ri? ill other ulc,?^ Nothing better can be found. Price 1)11 'b ROT LIE RS' YKOETABLE ANTI-BILI0U8 These Filli uro mude of the roots of the most val Sl^ ^ pSSS healthy secretions of the sto acV. liver" and intcstlues, removing bilious and morbid accumulations of matter, thereby relieving Disease of l '? . Abdomen, Fever, or Determi mach, * ?c, and in^the Aom ^ ^ ^ ^ nation of 1!lo<>(* producing a natural action and the urmary organs, proaucm^ ^ &&&&&?,SPSC. ofUteBdngJ (in,vol, ?S| ? to ."y^tie whore n milij and u substitute of sup?ior qusuv ^ ^ c?nte. BROTHERS' This Svrup has been extensively used in the pri (. prnctico of the original proprietor for many vute proct?> have been fnllv tested in various the system an . u h repeatedly proved i -chared . ? - . taken, not only without 1)11 BU0TI1ERS' RHEUMATIC LIQUID. 53-saisi^ S X i?iS"nS tr DH BROTHERS' NERVOUS FILLS. K,r Hour algid and Nervout lh**a*?* This is a very valuable Pill in all cases of Nervous Irritation xvestlessneas, and pain arising from an en . w ,r shattered state of the nervous system. It n eicelleut in Hysterics, and in all cases resulting from demUemoiUs of the Uterine funcUon. or f* male couiplumts. l'nce 2o cents. 1)R BROTHERS' WORM POWDER. This preparation if> designed to remove the differ ... . kinfs c? worms from tke system whether in the j \ fj,. amall or the lurire intestines; as the :;,Ttnv? mil common worms. It notonlr acta as i verSge, but also cleanses and strengthens the i ^ a Lnmaia &TT6Sti) fovor. Allays imtation, "?SdTb^er vermiftipo in o?i.t?eo. IP. JiBOTHERS' ANTI-DYSPEPTIC AND TONIC FILLS. These Villa are composed of the most valuable ar tiJen whic i wn be found in the vegetable Materia U?uZ for Dyspepsia, and also for the removal of oUhwmplaitetij" immediately arising from orconnected UK Vn.li -ration (> as trie or Intestinal Debility and with ^digestion, yu? cf Appetite, Sourness of Iwe Sumach tlntulenco, Nausea, fi^at and Burning ? the SSni'ch and Bowels, Dizziness^ Wat^r-brash, UdEch^ 'alpitet.on of the Heart, dough, Pain m ttSTSrSs , Habitual Costixeness, ?r Us oppos.U.1) - Bowels, Cnclic . pU)g 0p0nite milaly on tr ?' 'msSssa^sraff ^ hat long Sam complainU ^ hicli aooornpany dys mat longiru ' prescribed in thousands ot pepsia. ii ^ J proprietor in his private prac ti^ an<I have met witl?such marked ank surprising kuccJU as U. be valued above price by those Who S know them, and who have witnessed in their STn person* or families their sovereign efficacy in clrini W Sie-?9 for which theyare reo?mmenaed 1>ri%H ^OTHERS' BROWN OINTMENT. This Ointment is deigned for C^^\w D??e???, ?2rl?,BSr"ir,St Fire, or Kheum, or r. itcliinir affections, eruptions ot SiTSin^W nipples, chs].ped hands, chilbains, sore 2d?jJt chappmgs and^,exconat,ons abou the nose and lfps: the neck, th.ghs and ? J " children; fw scalds and burns, bri1^'' and piles. This is an article of greet t ""? which has given general satisfaction, and which has efleeted great cures. Price w oenia DR. BROTHERS' COUGH PILUl These Fills are very efficacious in relieving very severe* Cottjrhft, Pains in the Chest, ami ? the Lungs. They are a very valuable, safe, mud, but effective remedy, not only for these affection*, but also for tickling in the throat, stricture of the long*, bronchitis, ana other Fulmnnary difficulties. They are Tery highly prised by many persona. Price 26 cents. ? DR. BROTHERS' FEMALE PILLS, Especially D(*igntd for Female Complaint*. The constitution always suffers more or less when *?? of the secretions or discharges, established by tile laws of nature, are arrested or retarded ; but from none does more evil arise than from obstruction, or suppression of the menses. This is sure in time to brine on a train of complicated and obstinate dis eased such as pains in the head, back, loins, and ab domen ? determination of blood to the^head, and con sea ucnt dizziness, cold extremities, but specially r ,.1.1 feet ? loss of appetite, ostiveness, and nenerul debility;'Cough, Palpitation of the Hearty HecUc Fever, and Consumption. The re-establishment of the Catamcnta) evacuation, whenever checked or sus pended, is indispensable to health, and the oontwu Wed^Srn of theso pilU is the restoration of tb# natural uterine secreuona, by removing the causes by which they are srrested or checked, and Df grr* ! in. ton* and health to tha general system; tbey are therefor* elh?ot?tl reiiiodj in lOl c*?ea of difficult, muIW, ?r obstructed dmdwi ; having been *?* multitudes of oun, in the private practice of the original proprietor, with singular bucccm, in which fhey have proved to be of the highest value aud elB oaeV. Price 60 cents. DR. BROTHERS' DIAPHORETIC POWDERS. These Powders form a very T*'^hle Anodyne, LH aphoreti* snd Sudorific compound. They aro t*"<> ficislly administered in Ferer, St. Anthony ?i nre, ? Krysipelas, Diarrhma, Dysentery, Cho ere Morbua ani in nil cases where ?n anodyne, combined wUh a sudorific, is required. In these diseases, be administered in small doses. It malso applicable to Wy other diseases, such us rheumatism and gout, coL, and griping P*'n?. Ac- tVtW>odv K ffiE"'"" jr"C?^T W^H BKOTHEKN' concentrated |i Alterative Syrup for all Impurities of the Blood. This flvrup has been proved in thousands of causes to bs an unequalled remedy for Scrofula, Salt-Rheum, Mercurial, Syphilitic or Venereal, and Eruptive dis eases; for Jaundice, Erysipelas, Boils, Uloers, Rheu matism, Gout, Cutaneous Affections, or Diseases of ths Skin as Btotcbes, Pimples, or 1 Itching feruptions, Ac. The design of this Syrup is to reestablish the healthy functions of the system, without producing any very sensible evacuation; not being intended to act particularly upon the boweta, butdlrectly, and with the greatest effect, upon the Blood i * , . . 1 have tried every preparation used bv Physicians, with the most distinguished and celebra ted patent nostrums, now so highly extolled ; as the various Panaceas. Harsaparilla Syrups, Balsams, and Extracts; anXaifter repeated trials for l" ferent forms o< disease, I have found that thisHyrun, bsvond all comparison, far exceeds them all. in Chronic Inflammation of the Liver White Swelling, Necrosis, or Fever Seres, Rickets Pistu a, and Kings Evil: in short, in everj taint of the system or blood, from whatever cause it may arise, or however long standing, this medicine will be a pre-eminently supe rior article, and of the highest vdue in all cases for which it is recommended. Price $1. DR. BROTHERS' Sudorific Tincture or Sweating Drops. This medicine is truly unsurpassed in fulfilling the indications for which it is given, which is generally to produce free perspiration ; hence its great and pre eminent value in severe and violent colds and coughs, fevera. inflammations, pleurisy, newulgia, quinsy ; and also in allaying pain, however acute, as in bil ious cholic, rheumatism, gravel, retention of urine, painful menstruation, Ac. Price />0 cents. DR. BROTHERS' Cotnpound Ulmus Powder*, for Poultices. This Powder made into Poultices is the most effi cacious of any of the various kinds recommended, and among all the different kinds used, I know of none which is equal to this for all inflammations, whether of the eyes, face, limbs, or other parts of the body?for Burns, "Ulcers, Sore and Inflamed Brwsts, Erysipelas or St. Anthonys lire, Piles, White dwellings, King's Evil, or Scrofulous and fe ver Sores, and Cuts. Inflamed Wounds, Carbuncles. Ac. It rapidly diminishes pain, heat, swelling, and where there is any gathering of purulent matter, it promotes a free and easy suppuration. A w ^r ar ticle of the kind is not to be found. I rice oO cents. INGREDIENTS OR POWDERS OF MAKING DR BROTHERS' RESTORATIVE WINE BITTERS. This article has been extensively used many years by the original proprietor, in his private practice in thousands of esses in this city, (New \ ork.) and throughout the country, with invariable success; ho can, therefore, with confidence, recommend it as su i>erior to any preparation of tho kind now in use, it is admirably calculated to restore tone to the muscu lar fire, and thereby impart strength and energy to the whole system. It will be found exceedingly val uable in all cases of Debility, Dyspepsia Pain in the Breast, Weakness of the Lungs, Nervous Complaints, and those inward complaints peculiar to lemaleB, ?uch as Fluor Albus, or Whites, Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, Ac. By giving tone to the digestive orrans, they are peculiarly useful in Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Ner Vous Diseases, and are thus beneficial in removing Flatulency, Ac. In short, they will be found a valu uble preparation in all cases where a strengthening remedy is required. This medicine has long been in great demand, and has the .justly deser ved reputation of being unrivalled in its value and etlicacy. Price 60 cents. DR. BROTHERS' COUGH DROPS. These drops are remarkably well calculated to al lay the irratibilitv of the Bronchial tubes and lungs and thus cure colds, coughs, soreness and pain of the chest and lungs, and influenza. They contain no preparation of opium, or other narcotic, and possess he peculiar property of removing irritation without producing excitement of tho system. They promote expectoration, and mitigate and remove in a short time the most distressing Colds, Coughs, IloarBo uess and other Bronchial Affections. They are per fectly innocent as well as pleasant, and may there fore be taken with safety by persons of every age, and under all circumstances. 1 rice 60 cents. DR. BROTHERS' CATARRH POWDERS. These Powders are very serviceable in Catarrh and other obstructions of the nose and head. They promote a free discharge from tho nasal glands, and diminish the pressure of blood upon the brain, re lieve headache, and have often cured polypus in the nose. Colds which affect the hood, eyes, and fauces, and which produce a tightness or stricture across the forehead will be relieved by these Powders. Price 26 oents. DR. BROTHERS' NEUTRALIZING MIXTURE, For J)iarrh<ra, 6 'in. era Morbus, and Summer Complaints of Children. This Medicine possesses the power, in a very re markablo manner, of neutralizing tho acidity of the Stomach, or removing the morbid or acrid secretions of the Liver, which are the exciting causes of bowel complaints in general. It allays sickness of the Bto mach, removes the pain, causes healthy evacuations from the bowels, at the same time acts as a gentle astringent. Hence it wilt be found a very superior and valuable remedy, in both acute and chronic dis eases et tho bowels, in Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Chole ra Morbus, and Summer Complaints of Children. In all these complaints the liver is usually more or less affected, the stomach in an irritable, and the bowels in an inflamed condition. This medicine is most effectual in relieving all these organs, restoring their tone and natural functions. Among all the numer ous remedies for those diseases, some of which are strongly recommended, this has proved itself, in every instance, to be the best, the surest, safest, and most I effective of all. I do not think its equal can be found for children when teething, or as a remedy for bowel complaints. Price 50 cents. DR. BROTHERS' Hepatic, or IAver Pills, for Complaints of the IAver. They are truly an extraordinary remedy for Liver Complaint, and have invariably met with unexam pled success, in thousands of most difficult cases of very long standing. These pills remove all obstruc tions of the Liver, and act specially on this organ, bv changing and regulating its secretions; they gen erally remove the pain in tho side and shoulder, and the yellowness .f the complexion, in a very short tim<? and will accomplish all and even more than is ever represented to be effected by mercury or calo mel in any form. They act gently upon the bowels, and operate only as a very mild purgative, but at the same time they Rive tone and strength to the general system. Price 25 cenU. DR. BROTHERS' DIURETIC DROPS. For the Gravel, and sll Affections of the Kidneys, or difficulty in voiding Urine, attended with heat and scalding. They will also bo found a very valuable remedy In Fluor Albus. or Whites, and Gonorrhoea^ They are also inestimable in syphilitic or venereal complaints, in Nephritis, or inflammation of the Kid neys, in Cystitis, or Inflammation of the Bladder, in Hematuria, or bloody urine, and all other diseases of the Urinary apparatus, however severe and painful. A better remedy for these complaints is not known. Price $1. DR. BROTHERS' VEGETABLE EMETIC. This Emetic exerts a very salutary influence over the animal economy, and removes diseases when other remedies fail. The stomach is coated frequently with a viscid, tenacious fluid, which prevents the action of purga tives and other agents; In this manner the functions of this primary and important organ are so derange<i that nothing will act beneficially on its living h >re ; Cathartics pass through it and the bowels without removing any morbid accumulation, or restoring^ healthy tone to these parts. This emetic, from its peculiar combination, has a three-fold effect npon the system. When any morbid affection depends upon, or is connected with, over distension of the stomach, or the presence of acrid or indigestible substances, vomiting gives speedy reliet. 2. It not only thus dislodges from the stomach for eign and deleterious agents, but it produces a new action, and thus changes the secretions by its stimu lating effects on the stomach, lungs, liver, Ac. S. In consequence of the intimate connexion be tween the stomach and the capillary system, or the minute vessels of the surface, a most important and s*ln?*ry effe** i? nmdnoed bv the orsrsimn of vom iting, in eaosing perspiration. In short, every part of the ?yateni, by ita aympathaiic affact, is more or lea* U-netlUd by thia Emetic. Hence it ia recom mended in every denuupment of the digestif or gans, in Dyspepsia, "? Affections of the Liver, in bil ious and faarile eumplainta, aick and nervoua head ache, Iom of appetite, pnlmanary d4*?"** Croup or Hives, Whooping Oougu, Incipient Apoplexy, Hya teric Fit*, Ac. Price 26 eenta. DR BROTHERS' RHEUMATIC PILLS. Thaae Pill? are very efficacious in every caae of Rheumatism, whether acuta or chronic; aud 1 am butiafled, from my own obeerration of their great efficacy in the worst and moat obstinate cases, that they are not aurpaaaed, if thry are indeed equalled, by any other pills ef the kind in existence ; they at tenuate viscidhamora, reaaove obstructions, regulate the Bvatem, purify the blood, and thus cuae the com plaint. The Rheumatio Liquid uaed with the Pill*, L. bathe the parte affected, will yery much facilitate the cure. When the oaee la yery obstinate, and does not yield readily to the above mediwnee, a Syrup made from the Alterative Powder, (which can be ob Sined at the aame place with the Pilla and Rheuma tic Liquid,) muet be taken according to directooua accompanying it; but in moat inaUncea the Pilla alone, Srtiie Pilla and Liquid, will remove the com plaint in a ahort time. Price 60 oenta. DR. BROTHERS' PILE ELECTUARY. Thia preparation haa been found On invaluable remedv fyr the Hemorrhoida, or Pilea. It la given internally, to correct a faulty state of the bilary or digestive organs, which producea costivenasa, or a derangement of the bowels, and oonaequentiy the Piles. Moat of the remediea now in uae for thia dangerous and painful affection, are directed to be ex* tertmlly ; they do not remove the cause of the oom plaiut, and can therefore afford only temporary re lief. Again, the diaeaae ia often beyond the reach o aid from external applications, an objection to which thia remedy ia not liable, it being taken internally. It ia perfectly aafe, pleasant to take mild and easy ia its operation, and affords immediate reliet We have not heard of a aingle case in which thia medicine haa tailed either to produce speedy relief, or to cure the oomplaint j,,. . it ia equally efficacious in curing both the Blind and Bleeding Pilea. If the bowels are left costive after the uae of thia medicine, a little physic may be taken to regulate them. Having been trying the All Healing Ointment in aome very bad caaea of Piles, 1 hesitate not to asaure the afflicted that it is a very valuable medicine, and an inestimable auxiliary to the Electuary. I consider it the best external appli cation, I have ever known. The Electuary la an in ternal remedy, and the Ointment as an external appli cation, used in connexion, I doubt not would be ef fectual in the moat obstinate cases, and must surpass in all instances any ether remedies tor 1 lies t<> bo found. Priee $1. , , tST All my medicines are put up under my own personal supervision, and the public ate assured that they are prepared of the best imported vegetable in gredients, and can be obtained only at our office No. 179 South B street, opposite Smithsonian Institution, where they have done a large and successful practice for the last nix years, in the treatment of all Chrome Diseases, and thoBe diseases produced by the Old School Mineral Physicians, by tho indiscriminate use of Mercury, Arsenic, Antimony, Ac. Happily for suffering humanity, their practice ia so manifestly injurious, that it ia now gradually on the trane, and must in a few years aink into oblivion. sept 17?eocfly 1'RIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE OK TBI PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE, jH, B. LA CROIX* M. D.? ALBANY,NEW YORK 260 poge* and ISO Fine, Plain, and Colored Lith ograph* and Plate*. Priob onlt Twimtt-fivb Cents. Sent free of postage to all parts of the Union. ClIIEAPEST BOOK EVER PIJBLISH J ed, and containing nearly double the quantity of reading matter in that ef the Fifty Cent or Dollar Publications. It treats on the Physiology of Marriage. and the Secret Infirmities and ?Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting from exoesses, which destroy tho physical and mental powers, with observations on > Marriage, its duties and disquali fications, and their remedies, , u, ? with lithographs illustrating the anatomy and Physi ology and diseases of the reproductive organs of both sexes, their structure, uses, and functions. 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It ia a truthful adviser to the married and those contemplating marriage. Its perusal is particularly reoommended to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of having hazarded the health, happiness, and privileges to which every human being ib en titled. Prico TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or five oopies for One Dollar. Mailed free of postage to all parts of the United States. N. B. Those who prefer, may consult Dr. La Croix upon any of the diseases upon whioh this book treats, either personally or by mail. Medicine aent to any part of the Union according to directions, safely packed, and carefully aecured from all observation. .... Address Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No. 81^ Maiden Lane, or post office box 579, Albany, New York. Office open daily, from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M., and on Sunday from 8 until 5 P. M. |y Office removed from No. 56, Beaver street to 81. Maiden I>ane, Albany, New York. jan 16?1^ UNITED STATE8 COURT OF CLAIM8. 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Moktjmimt Sociktt, Wathington, July 1, 1866. WN accordance wi?h an order of the Board I of Managers, the public are reoriented to pay no more contribntiona for the Washington National Monument to agents heretofore commissioned by the Board. This notice is not to be construed as a censure on the agents, but It is designed to effectuate a general settlement of the affairs of the Society. The Board is well assured of eventual success in the patriotic enterprise in which it is engaged, but it has resolved to suspend further proceedings by agency until a plau, now under consideration, for combining effi ciency, promptitude and safety, is matured. Balances due from agents, or offering* from inde pendent contributors, are to be aent by draft, payable to the order of the Treasurer of Washington Nation (U Monument Society, enclosed in a letter to the under signed. By order: SAMUEL YORKE AtLEE, july 5?dtf Secretary W. N. M. 8. N. B. Editors throughout the United States wi" confer a favor on the Society, and benefit the public, by publishing thia notice and sending to the Secre tary a oopy ot the paper containing the same. WANTED, PARTNER, either active or eilent, , ? with a capital of |500, in the Lime and Cement Business. The ktln, which is capable of burning A DUBUIWW. * uc *"m? "uiv" a j 100 barrel! of lime, or 160 barrel* of cement per ciav together with the mill to grind the cement, is already SSt Apply to A S. BURROWS R6S, Pan nay Ivan is avenna, be*. 1st and 8d ata. may I? R. R. R. HOPE'S EBNOWNED REMEUItp. FOR the radical Care of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Croup, Whooping Coug<t ?c. Avoid all quacKery, end take medicine* prep*M bj a regular physician only. DR. ROSE'S EXPECTORANT, OR COUiH SYRUP, For Consumption, Colds, Coughs, Asthma. Spil^mg of Blood, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the Lunj*. The beet Cough Syrup in the world! Dr. J. S. Rose, of Philadelphia, has had an exten sive practice of medicine in that city, the past thirty Tears, and his Cough Syrup is one of the most popu lar prescriptions for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all complaints of the Breast and Lungs. It not only cures the above complaints, but fortifies the system against ftiture attacks. Thousands have been cured of Consumption by this valuable preparation. It is now used and recommended by medical men, at home and abroad, as the best Cough and Consumption Medicine in the world. This is no quack prep*na tion, but it is prepared with great care by Dr. J. H. Rose himself; an eminent and regularly educated '}t'when you see a medicinepuffed to cure Coughs, Consumption, Croup, and Whooping Cough, diseases entirely dissimilar, put it down as a quack medicine; i hence, Dr. Rose prepares a mixture for each com plaint, and suited to each disease. Cough Syrup for , Coughs, Colds, and Consumption; Croup Synip for the Croup; and Whooping Cough Syrup for Whoop ing Cough. Price of Cough Syrup 50 cents and |1 a bottle ROSE.8 CROUP SYRUP. There have beeu many remedies compounded for 1 the cure of Croup or Hive. The disease is particu larly prevalent among children, and often fatal; but, as I have never Been a case terminate fatally or con tinue long where this Syrup was used I can recom mend it with the highest confidence. With one bot tle of Dr. Rose's Croup Syrup in the house, no mother uri tar the Cn?p. 116 M J ^ ^ DR J 8. ROSE'S WHOOPING COUGH SYRUP. Whooping Cough?what is it? Physicians have unanimously come to the conclusion that Whooping Cough is not enly spasmodic, but may, if neglected, often run into other diseases, as Chronic inflamma tion of the Luugs, Consumption, and often Dropsy o the Chest, all of which dangerous and frequently in curable complaints will be avoided by using Dr. Rose s Whooping Cough Syrup, which gives immediate re lief, and frequently cures in a few days, 60 cents a ^Irwnost cases of Colds or Croup there is frequently some fever. When this occurs, keep the bowels open with Dr. Rose's Family Pills. Use Dr. Rose's Pain Curer whenever you suffer pain. It gives immediate^relief. Sold bv D. C. S. DYSON. ?. STOTT A CO., W. H. OILMAN, J. W. NAIRN, PATTERSON A NAIRN, D. B. CLARK, H. H. McPHERSON, S. B. WAITE, KIDWELL A LAWRENCE. J. B. MOORE. Washington, D. C. J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown. And by all dealers in Alexandria, Virginia. jy 17?eoif fim DOCTOR IIOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, PRBPARBD BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa., WILL EFFECTUALLY CORE IAver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Disrate* of the Kidney*, and all Disease* arising from a disordered IAver or Stomach, Such as Constipation, Inward Piles. Fullness or Blood to the Head, Aciditv of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart burn, Disgust for Food. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructatious, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering of the Heart, Cho king or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying poBture, Dimness of Vis ion, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the side, Back, Chest, Limbs, Ac. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con stant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirits. THE Proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feel ing of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation of it to the diseases for which it ib recom lt in no new and untried article, b'?t one that has stood the test of a ten years' trial bo lore the Ameri can people, and its reputation and s ile is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most piominent and well known physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is imni use. The fo'lowing from North Carolina is respectfully submitted, referring any who may still doubt to the " Memorabilia," or Practical Receipt Book, lor Farmers und Families, to be had gratis >1 all the agents for the German Bitters. Priimi ul Office and Manufactory 120, Arch street, Philadcl hia, Pennsylvania; TESTIMONY t M NORTH CAROLINA. Certifkati of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Mill, Rich mond County, North Carolina. Pink Hill, March 4, 1854. Drab Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last five years. Such was mv condition for twelve months that the physicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this con dition, I was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefited by any water to which I wag[ taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a small village in North Carolina, to trv the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week I went into a drug store to get some med icine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dys peptic, and had been greatly benefited by the use of Hoonand's German Bitters," prepared by yeu, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters. He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I was more benefited by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home, one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a d vspeptic.) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much good in hia rase. Ho has often called on me for more of the r. ..i? kind of medicine, sayvn" he was more benefited by it than any other he h* taken but 1 have not been able to get any more for him or myself since. Will you, therefore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours. W. SMITH. Dr. C. M. Jackbon, Philadelphia. D. R. Hooker, Roger's Store, Wake oounty, North Carolina, October 24, 1858, says: " Having experienced very great benefit from the use of Hoofland's German Bitters, in Chronic Dysen tery and Functional Derangement of the Liver, and I its concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac." CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Huntsvillb, Yadkin Co., N. C., November 1, 1855. Dbab Sib : Allow me to express to yon my sincere ' thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to sav the least of it, has effected a cure that all other med icines that I have taken have entirely failed to do. Hoofland's German Bitters have cured me of the most Btubbom and aggravated case of the Piles that per haps ever fell to the lot of man. My c.ise is not a stranger in this community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding oounties, and can truly,say that my recovery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended and nothing did me any good, until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any use or this communication, for the bei eflt of the afflicted, you may think proper. tfnily, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. C. M. Jackson. Dr These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They invig orate and strengthen the system, nover prostrate it, and can be used for infants as well ss adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington. v ? rmwn t jan 4?d?m J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown. J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. JOHN A. KEYS, Merchant Tailor, Ifo. 118 King street, (one door weet of Pitt,) Alex andria, Vs. __ . . Constantly on hand Shirta, Drawtrm, OraTauL Me., and everything to be found in a gentlemen s outfitting establishment nft** * MEDICAL Ai>yg*TiaEMKWTa ~ PR. L. B. WRIGHT'S rrorrABi.K I, I U I) I 1 > CATHARTIC", o* piaaMint FamilT Physic. An ENTIRELY VEGETABLE proration, pea sant to the taste, unexcelled in .1. . cue upon the Liver, Stomach, wad general system. As an anti bilioiis 'THE WORLD. terativo <ru required, and would not now do without it. It in the Physician's Assistant, as well astheinfest family medicine in use. Children drink it with plea sure. It will not nauseate the weakest stomach. It produce- no griping, but operates easily thon?uKhly, and in Bure to eradicate all imparities from the sys tem if it i? properly taken. Already thousands of living witnesses are ready to testify to ita superior virtues, independent of its purgative and auU-bilious qualities. It has cured the worst cases of Lrj*'H" in a few days. It is a never-failing cure for Head ache, Liver Complaint, Jaundioe, Kidney Complaint. Bilious Fever, Pains in the Side, Back, Breast and Limbs, Colds. Cramps, Worms, Lumbago, Blotebes on the Skin, frmplea Cutaneous Lruntoms, Obstiuo tions in the System, 6onstipation of (he Bowels D?. uneaB, Mercurial Diseases, "Pleurisy, Female Irregu larities, Bowel Complaints, Ulcers of all kinds, Ac. It cleanses by its superior medicinal virtues the_ul cerouB humor from the blood and corrupt bile from ^stomach, carrying it oft through the natural channclB; it invigorates the blood ana leaves the sys tem healthy. I ask my friends to test the above medicine, and pronounce a verdict as JbeT 'libe impressed by the evidence. Those who know me professionally will not doubt its worth. Since ito first introduction, no medicine has attain ed such wonderful popularity, and its salesi hare in creased beyond the most sanguine hopes of its friends. Neighbors recommend it as a safe and physic! Physicians carry it with them. Children Will take no other after one trial and parents should use no other in their familes. 1 eople liTing in low and marshy countries, subject to desdlj miasmas, where Fevers, Ague and Fever and bilious com plaints are more apt to be, will find the Liqmd Cathartic" the most potent remedy yet tried, Give U Wholesale by A. B. A D. Sands, C. V. Clickner A Co and C. H. Ring, New York. Full directions accompany each bottle, rnce bo aud 26 cents often and twenty doses. Principal Depot, 409 Broadway, N. Y. Sold by 0. STOTT A CO Washington, and all re spectable Druggists throughout the oountry. oct 18 TO THE LADIES OF WASHINGTON. MIDWIFERY.?Mrs. BANGS, Profes sional Medium, would respectfullymtormlher friends and the public, that she has removed from her late residence to Twelfth, between C and Dstreets, next door to John D. Clark'B Police Office. She here by tenders her thanks to her Mends and customers for the liberal patronage bestowed upon her, and hopes, by her attention and assiduity to business, to merit a continuance of public patronage. Refers to Dr. Hogan and Dr. Fairfcl, Alexandria. j ub23?ly .*? WANTED I WANTED! WANTED! ra^Otind peraonsin want of the following fi articles: French and German Looking Glasses Portrait and Picture Frames, round, jval, or square Oil Paintings, all sixes Marble-top Bracket Tables, in bronze or gilt All kinds of Picture and other Frames made to order Also, Looking Glasses of any aixe made to order A lot of cast-iron Brackets on hand, suitable for shelving ? N. B. Old work regilt and Looking Glasses in serted in old frames. All the above will be done and sold at the lowest rates for cash. JOHN WAGNER, 256, Penn. avenue, opposite Kirkwood House, dec 19?ly MARBLE mantels. 1%1 A RII L E WORK S.?The Subscriber 1" begs leave to inforni his friends and the pub lic that he has increased his stock of Marble Mantels, comprising Sienna, Brockedelia, Spanish, Egyptian vein, Italian, and Blrck Marble, richly carved and plain, of the best quality, newest stvle, and superior finish, which he offers for sale low tor cash. Also, 20 Murble Monuments, Tombs, and Head stone Slabs; Eastern Marble for window-Bills, lintelB, steps, and platforms: Marble tile, counter, and table tops; Soapstone; Calcined plaster, $3 per barrel. Also on hand a large lot of Connecticut Brown Stone, New York Flags and stepB, suitable for build fie invites the atteutu n of builders and others to his stock, and will endeavor ta give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders. 3 WM. RUTHERFORD, aUg 2 ly On E street, bet. 12th and 18th. " REMEMBER THE TEA-POT!" MRS. SMITH set her Tea-Pot on the range to draw the tea, little dreaming it ?< Wouldn't stand the fire" till she Baw it run. She screamed as it disappeared, and fell back in convul sions. Every remedy was administered, but nothing would restoro her. At last, her husband said he would call at FRANCIS'S, on Sevonth Street, and buy her one of his Fire-proot 1 ea-Pots, when she was observed to smile. In the morning, after siarting away, Mr. Smith looked back, and saw her standing in the door. For a moment he listened. It was that same musical voice, "My dear, remember the Tea : Pot!" jan 11?rt GUTTA PFRCHA TEETH. ? kK. o. MliNSOM, at 310, Pennsylvania M P avemi% is mounting Teeth on a Gutta 1'ercha bn?o. Also with Allen's patent continuous Gum, com bining beauty, strength, and cleanliueBB. Dr. M. is determined to keep pace with every im provement in Dentistry, and will strive to please anti profit hiB patrons. RErKRKN.IKS. Rev. Dr. Gurley Hon. R. H. Gillet Dr. Binney Hon. M. A. Douglas Hon. C. Mason Dr. It. P. Patterson Hon. A. O. P. Nicholson Dr. R. Coolidge And the Medical Faculty of Georgetown College nov 24?ly ? The Mutual Fire Insurance Company of the District of Columbia. Chartered by Oongres*, OFFERS to the property owners of the District as cheap ana as safe means of insu rance as any other Company in this District. ULYSSKS WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Treasurer. MANAGERS. Ulysses Ward, John Van Riswick, Thomas Blagden, T. J. Magruder, John Dixon, Mathtw G. Emery, J. C. McKelden. Office- Adjoining [north | of Bank Washington. Offiiv open during Bank hours. jan 29-tf _____ STEAMER GEORGE PAGE In connexion loith the Orange and I A lexandria Railroad. This commodious steamer will leave her slip, foot of Seventh street daily at 6 o'clock A. M., arriving in Alexandria in season for the trains of the Orange and Alexandria and Manassas Gap railroads tor Gordons ville, Charlottesville, and Staunton, on the Manassas road tor Winchester and Strasburg. Breakfast on board t'>e boat This boat is the only regular line between Washington and Alexandria. JOHN VAN RISWICK, ) Prot)rieto_ RICHARD WALLACH. ropnetorfc ap so tf K- A. RYTHKR. Captain. IMPORTANT TO GENTLEMEN. Great Inducements for you to Call and See. " jlllHE undersigned gives notice to his friends and Jl the public that he has just received bis stoc of Fall and Winter Goods, comprising all the latest styles and colors of Cloth, Cassimere. and V estmgs; which goods will be made up to order, in the most elegant manner as he has some of the best workmen in the United States at work for him. B?in? ageut for Scott, the reporter of fashions, you may rely upon getting the most fashionable clothing. READY-MADE CLOTHING of his own make, such as Over Gsrrnmi^ and business Coats, Panto, and Vesto, from medium b. .MrtW; I-,,,. for instance, a whole suit, Coat, Panto, and Vest, for the small sum of $15. Overcoats, beautiful style, from $10 to $80 Pant* do do do 8 to 10 Vesto* do do do S 60 to 10 He respectfully solloito a call from all in want of 0,OtbiD*' .FURNISHING GOODS, such as Sbirta. Drawers, Collars, Stocks, Haadker chieto, Scarfs, Umbrellas, Ac. P. W. BROWNING, Under United States Hotel, Between ftd and 4^ streets. Penn. svenne noy 7?tT _AJ * * Assembly Hall. II IHJNDEH, PtokiMir ol Daucio x "*? Georgetown College and Conrent.ana principal to&chcr of Wmihin^tuD city, hasthd1 Jtior to Minoanftr to hia former patrons und tbi i lJio generally, that he will reaome the duties of hi i -i h.>ol on Thuradar, November 8th, 1855, at M under'? As sembly Hall, adjoining the Star oftic#, at 3 o'clocic, P. M., for ladies, mi mm;*, and masters, and 01 ii.a aame evening, at 7W for gentlemen. He feels assured that the unequalled progress o. his numerous pupils id his former classes is a sarli cieut guarantee of his superior skill as an instructor. Prof. M. begs leave to remind the public of the unbounded success of his May Festival Ball, at the National Theatre, which was attended by upwards of 4,000 persons. His pew Hull, which is one of the largest, most beautiful, and oonveuieatly-arranged in the city, with two Urge dressing and supper rooms added, which can be rented for balls and parties. The location ia convenient to persoKs raiding in any part of the city. Days of Tuition : On Tuesday and Thursday, at 8 o'clock, P. M., and on the same evenings, at 7 tor gentlemen. A class for young married ladies and gentlem m will be formed shortly. All who desire to ioin his classes, will please apply at Mr. John F. Ellis s Music store, Pennsylvania ave nue, near Tenth street, or to Prof. M., at his rooms, on the above days. A subscription list is now open to receive the names of those wishing season tickets to the Soirees. Only $5 for the season. oct 80? dti GLENWOOU CEMETERY. Office No. 292 Pennsylvania avenue. Corner of lOth street, over the Marines l)ank. THIS Cciyetery is laid out ou the plan of the celebrated Greenwood of New York, and situated on the high ground, distant one and a quar ter miles north ol the Capitol, North Capitol street leading directly to the gateway. This Company have received a charter from.Congress, appropriating their ground forever to burial purposes, making a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting all encroachments from legislation oro?hcrwiso; which is of vast impor tance to those who wish their dead to repose where they have placed them for it has becomc a custom in all cities, when the burial ground has become valuable for other purposes, to sell it, and throw the dead pro miscuously mto one large pit, and legal measures can sot prevent it, as no titles are given to the ground. N. B. Office open from 10 to 12 A. M., where pamph lets containing the charter, by-laws, and a map ot the grounds, and all other iniormation can be ob tained. All orders left with Mr. JAMES F. JJAR > EY, No. 410 7th street, or any other Undertaker, will be promptly attended to. june 18?ly ARE YOU SICK ? IF you are, don't take Quack Medicines, ? but ute those prepared by a regular physician. Dr. ROSE'S celebrated Family Medicines are th? result of thirty years'practice in Philadelphia. His prescriptions are for each complaint, and have been well tested and approved by hundreds of physicians, and thousands of uatients. A remed v for each" disease. THE WONDERFUL PAIN CURE It. This preparation is truly the wonder of the ap^. Cures all pain, external or internal. Cures Pains iu the Sides, Limbs, or Back, Chilblains, Ague, or Lumps in the Breasts, Corns, Bruises, Sprain#, Toothache, Earache, Stiff Neck, Sore Throat, Pains in ths Bowels and Stomach Sudden Colds, Ac. The Pain Curer being a fine tonic mixture, is also used with great benefit for Weak Stomach and Bow els, likewise for Fever and A^ue. Whenever you have pain, u:ie the Pain Curer freely, and you will obtain immedia e relief. Bottles 12W, 26, and 50 cents. THE GREAT COUGH SYRUP. Dr. Rose's Cough Syrup, or Expectorant, is the best preparation in the world for a Cough, arising from a cold, or a consumptive cough. Bottles 50 cents and #1. TO CURE WHOOPING COUGH, Use Dr. Rose's Whooping Cough Syrup. It is the only reliable remedy for that distressing and often fatal complaint. Price 50 cents. TO CURE CROUP. Dr. Rose's Croup Syrup has saved the liven of thousands of children. 25 cents a bottle. TO CURE NERVOUSNESS. The most wonderful preparation to allay all ner vous affections of the mind or body is Dr. Rose's Nervous Cordial. 50 cents a bottle. TO CURE KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM PLAINTS. Use Dr. Hose's Bucher Compound. It also cures Dropsy. 50 cents a bottle. FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Dr. Rome's Golden Pills are the only remeay u?? Falling of the Womb, Weakness, and General Debil ity. 50 cents a box. DR. ROSE'S FEMALE PILLS Are the great regulating Female Pills. 25 cents a box. DR. ROSE'S SARSAPARILLA COMPOUND Should be usev'. by all females, as it strengthens and invigorates tl e constitution, purifies the blood, and removes all eruptions from the skin. Quart bottles $1, small boti'es 5<> cents. TO CUR*: DYSPEPSIA, Use Dr. Rose's Dysp.ntic and Liver Compound. 50 cents a bottle. TO CURE BILIOUS HABITS, Take Dr. Rose's Anti-Bilous or Railroad Pills. They carry ofl all bile. 123^ ana 25 cents a box. These Pills are called Raslroad Pills, because thev go ahead of all other Pills in removing bile, bad colds, and all fbul secretions from the system. So>d bv 1). S. DYSON, * C. STOTT A CO., W. H. OILMAN, J. W. NAIRN, PATTERSON A NA RN D. B. CLARK, H. H. McPHKRHOfv S. B. WAITK KIDWE; L * LAWRENCE. J.B.MO t:, ^ v ashington, D. U. J. L ?1 DWELL, Georgetown, And by all deals- * xundria, Virginia, ly 17?6of>m ARRIVED, ?U1 C > i Turner Ilrotliers' Ginger W rtuspberry and Blackberrv Brandy, and da:'. e cpoctcd a choice lot of Syrups, of all fla vors, >'? c'a Waters. ARNY A SHfNN, m :y 1 ? No. 57, Green street, Georgetown. Toll keSTtor 8 a i.e. Two three-story nnd attic lirick DTCPllinpra containing eight rooms e u h. F >r terms apply to J. W. Fitzhugh, Carpenter, corner Fourteenth and G streets, or to me at my Lumber ^ ard, Water street, Georgetown. I have several other Dwelling Houses in Wttahnur ton, which I will sell'.n reasonable terms. Apply to FRAS. KA1LEY. ap 24?eo2w * FUR SALE A Thorough* built and convenient Frame House, with brick basement, contain ng?? eight rooms, with a passageanil a small eel it. ; with n well gf water in the yard, is for sale at aT *\v price, very low for cash. The above property is situated >n K street, 52*, between Fourth and Fifth streets. For fun! er information apply of the resident. ap 10 oo20t ' GKORi.E M1LLEK. ROTH WELL'S ~ HOUSE-FU RNISIII NG STORE, Seventh street, next to Odd Fellows' Hall, CONTAINS nil extensive nnd varied as sortment of Furniture and House-furnishing Goods of almost every descriptien, including China, Glass, and Crockery ware Wo?d and Willow ware, Clocks Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cream Freexers Baskets, fancy and common, in variety. Children's Carriages, a large assortment. ALSO, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, Window Shades and fix tures kept for sale ; and all kind of upholsterer's work done to order. MATTRESSES, of hair, husk, and cotton, kept on hand and made to order. june fi?<2awifctn I . ^. Denier mi Ice.? Jr . . Depot southwest corn i of F and Twelfth streets. fctt 26 j v WILLIAM II. FRAZIER, Carpenter and Ilnilder. Jobbing promptly attended to. Shop oorner of Fourth and 0 streets. Residence 279, Eighth street. ian NNIJFF A.Vll TOBACCO. PETER LORILLARD, MANUFACTURER, No. 42, Chatham Street. Nem York, Sncoesasr of Peter A George I?oril!ard, offers for aale all kinds of Snuff and Tobaeeoa in general use.