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R. F. Hibbard & Co;'s
fHld Cherry Bitiers, THIS preparation is a certain sedative allaying all nervous' excitability and .Hi.;nr nrrrous irritation- palpitation of the heart dizziness of the headfain tiness and all diseases arising from a sy mpathetic affection of the stomach, are entirely relie ved by a few doses of these bitters. v Circassian Halm, For the cure of all diseases of the skin, burns and scalds, canKer of the mouth, cleansing the teeth, cuts, bruises & sprains also an excellent article for shaving. R. F. IIIBBARD'S Vegetable Family Pills. These pills have been long known to the proprietors, and an experience of more than twenty years enables tliem to speak with the utmost assurance of -their medical virtues. Carminative Salve, Originally prepared by the Rev. B. II ibbard. . : This salve is one of the .valuable remedies known for felons, biles, painful ulcers, &c. : For sale in Tarboro' by Geo. Howard. September 7, 1847. APPROVED Patent Medicincs, c. R AY's Ointment, for the cure of white swellings, scrofula, sore legs, &c. HarrelPs febrifuge, or vegetableionic, cough mixture of carrageen moss & squills, 14 extract of sarsaparilla and blood root, antt-bilioup tomato pills, Sappington's anti-fever pills dd book on fevers, Goelicke's matchless sanative, for the cure of consumption, coughs, colds, &c. Phelps's tomato pills Peters'o vagetable do, Thomson's eye water, chemical opsdeldoc, Longfey's great western Indian panacea, Oil spike, British oil, Dateman's drops, laudanum Paregoric, essence of peppermint, lemon,' &c. Harlem oil, castor oil, liquid ointment, French plaster to cure corns, Cast India hairdye, Compound chlorine tooth wash, fancy soaps, Conncl's remedy for diseases of urinary organs, Sherman's worm and headache lozenges, Hull's cough lozenges, Hull's anti-fever pills Roof's founder ointment, for horses, Clementss vegetable tonic nurture, Arrastro rig's do do Evans's family aperient pills, Evans's tonic do Turner's ague and feverand chill and fever pills, Tyler's vegetable fever and ague pills, Wistar's balsam of wild cherry, &c. &c. For sale by Geo. Howard. Cotton Yarn. npiIE subscriber has just received a Persons desirous of purchasing cheap, will do well to call and see. Feb. 4. Geo, Howard. Bowel an l Summer complain NO CURE NO PAY. - Dr. Jayne will guarantee that his Carminative , wfP Balsam will; cure Diarrhoea, Colics, Cramps, Griping Pain, Cholera " MorbuS, Summer Complaint,zad jther derangements of the Stomach and Bowels, in ninety-nine cases out of a hun- dred,andin less than half the time it can be j effected by any other roean3. 1 11 is exiremeiy pitrdbam, aim cuuurei, are tuuu 1 of it. It is equally as effectual for adults as children, and when the directions are followed, & a cure is not effected, the money will be cheerfully returned Price 25 and 50 cents a bottle -:t: From the Rev, Charles C. P. Crosby. Messrs. Ai B. & Di Sands I am glad to inform vou that the medicine sold by yon for quantity ox motion lain, umcreni . "7 U91 "i-i,fl-u kji ou,- . . ,.. .. , . 1 r .: numbers which he will sell very low 'the labors of science, and research were rewarded h. depraved appetite, worm, jaun- slight chdls or- sh.venngs drowstne.s faUgue, numbers, which he sell very uw b dis whicll fully reali.ed the fondwa j dice headache and sick stomach, palpila-' celled stomr.ch or hmbs, m,ng and choking in tOY Cash or barlir .. ofhft m .j . ,trilhv an , w. - . is iaMv ; lSijn of the heart, diarrhoea. Nervous affee.' loat turbid urine, frequent desire to evacuate dowel and summer complaints has proved : ingredients, evacuates and purifies; thus they singularly efficacious in my family. .My wifej superinduce no torpidity r lassitude of the diges has for years been extremely liable to a most'; live functions. & hence their operations are allend- distressingr dysentery in hot weather: but by the use of Jayne's Carminative Balsam for two seasons, the attack has been obviated in the course of two or three hoursi 1 have known children, when attacked by a violent Diarrhoea, cured im mediately by this medicine. 1 considerDr. Jayne's medicine prepared with great skill, and highly beneficial to our infirm human nature. Yours respectfully, C Ci P. Crosby. New York, Sept., 1837. Drt D. Jayne Dear Sir Having used in my family, for eight years, your Carminative Balsam, 1 deem it due to yourself and the public to Etate thatl have uuiformly found it efficient in relieving and removing the complaints for which t is intendeds I am strongly opposed to ail quackery, but touching the above medicine, 'l have testified that which 1 do know" ana that Which Jiaoe experienced. Respectfully yours. John C, Harrison. . Pastor of Baptist Church, Bordentown, N. j. June 1, 1839. Prepared only by I)riJ, ATnk, Philadelphia, nu on agency ny UEO. HOWARD. aiboio Not, 9. , ...... . 'L" , ' ........ ; : Reduced cents.- ' " ' ' : ' Dr. Cliampioii9 ;;-'' Vegetable Agile Medicine, - A safe and certain cure for: Fevers of every de scription ALSO, 1 Dr. Champion's anliJiilioiis pills . PURELY-VEGETABLE. V , : For sale by" i GEO. JIOWJRD,' Tarboro', Nov. 9. JYbticc. . ARSAPARILLA, Comstock's compound ex tract; there is no other preparation of sarsa parilla that can exceed or equal this. If you are sure to get Comstock's, you "wilt Hud it superior to all others . It does not require puffing. Magical - fain tijcli u tor, The most extraordinary salve ever invented for the cure of new or old burns and scalds, and sores and sore eyes. lt has delighted lhousandsi Iti will take out all pain in ten minutes and .no fail-; ure It will eure the piles, &c. Indian JFegclablc Elixir, a sure and safeTemcdy , for rheumatism, acute and chronic, gout, and all ; the chronic pains of bor.es, joints and muscles, , arising from a too free use of mercury, &c. 1 Drt Spohn's Elixir of Health, for the certain .i . i ,f -t , I i.ni' ing the siomach m most perfect order, the bowciS; regular, and a determination to the surface. Colds, ' coughs, pains in the bo.ies, hoarseness, and drop- sy, are quickly cured hy it. Know this by trying, Dr. Spofinys Jirur PiltsK warranted to cure if ta- ken ac-ording tc directions; thousands have in one year been cured offcgueand lover hy then. Dr. Lin's edcstiul hahn of China a positive 'cure . .. , ,, J ... ' . . , for the -piles and all external ailings internal i ! . . .i e k,. r,;,..i ,viii. irril-ifir.no frrnfrlit tn hp nrlaf hv rK'IIOtl Willi this balm; so in coughs, swelled or sore throat,, tightness of the chesl this balm applied on a flan- ...,v.v... - aJ,vill rAliav A ,nrP ...rmf.P, Fresh.wbunds or old sores are rapidly cured byit. Lin's temveranc? Litters, on th rrincinle-of sub- suiuung ine ton?c insieaa 01 uie siiiiiuiaiu pnnti pie, which has reformed so many drunhardsi The cclohratcd compound Chiorinn Tuoth wash, renowned for its efficacy inrpurifyingths breath, and preventing the decay of teeth, tmd keeping the gums healthy and sound. Forsa'Hhv" GEO i:6:.l ;! wild mim .fiAiifilLt A 31 Js IT TI1E startlinrr drawback on nearly all medi- cal aaents has ever hern that in their pro- cess of purgation and purification they have also debilitated the system. Hence purgative me- dicines were regarded an at best hut a necessary evil, patients resorting to them for the relief of one disease at the expend of Anotuk. To obviate j this, physicians have long sought fr an agent ' that would at the same Time ,rgo. purifv and RirenhPn: hut their tTorts were n.lv fruftless ' o j regarded as one of the most important iriumphs that pharmacy has ever achieved. This imFrt-! ant desideratum is named f - - 53t $Lt 2rlO! 8 Vcsctalilcv Universal Vttl which purify the blood and removo ui eoriiij-t vitiated humors, and unhealtliy accinnuht:lms ! from the body in a manner never he fore rivalled, : and which yet produce no weakness or lassitude j whatever; but on the contrary, t me the stomach j and invigorate the constitution during the pro-j gress of their operations! Dr. Lc Roy's pills in fact unite those heretofore irreconcileable hut; most aesiraoie qualities, evacuation ai.d mvigora- 1 tion; (or they are at the same time a strengthening purgative and a purifying tonici The two princi- pal ingredients in Dr. Le Hoy's piMs are WILO CHERRY AND SARSAPARILLA. so prepared that each promotes the beneficial effect of the other, the former strengthening, while the latter, through its union with various vegetable ea DV no reaction, or suosequent cosliveness. Dr. Le Roy's pills are the most active and searching medicine in existence They at once attack the very root ot diseases, and their action is 60 prompt, that in an hour or. two after they are aken, the patieni is aware of their good effects. They not only operate on the blood, but also on the chyle of which the blood is formed, and this secures good blood from the fountain head; more over they produce, neither nausea, griping or debi- lty, and as a family medicine they have no rival. Put up for the public with full 'directions' by J. HUBBARD & CO - American Agerlts, New York. For sale by Geo. Howard, Tarboro; Hale & Willard, Spartai March 23. amt s and prices of Dr. Jayne a Family Rledicincs, riz: Jayne's Expectorant, per bottle, $1 00; Hair tonic, 1 00 tonic vermifuge, 25 Ctsi carminative balsam, 25 cts. sanative pills, per box, 25 cts. Vruericau hair dye, 50 cts. alterative, 1 00; ague dills, 1 00. For sale bv GEO. HOWARD. Tarboro', Nov. 9. 0 ;f'i"i innrhsN rhpumnticm ' crrliili trm! , , t . . nnn.,i!i Irtontmaa ln!niis 4 er.'--!T TTk" "1 - ' : - ust ucceiveu, FRESH SUPPLYof WrHttemoje's concentrated vegetable syrup, a surc remedy for diarrhea and bowel complaint also, HemsIey V worm-destroying syrup j . '., I anti-mineral pills, ; ' jg YVhiltemareVAmerican plasters dot on paper," Durkee's Green Mountain vegetable Ointment For sale by Geo. Howard. I)r. Champion's ague miccihr; v2 safe and' CEIi T.4IN CURB for CHILL AND FEVER. In all its complicated forms; Also, arret " - fectual remedy for Fevers of tvtrij description HP HIS medicine 4)as been before the public for a number of years, and the beneliCial etiect so mny ucveiopeu, uiai the demand for the pills has increased to a verv great extent. P or although the proprietor Ikis manufactured near Half jjnn07lr boxes during the past year, he . t , . SI1Mniv manr nnrts of the country- This medicine may be relied on in all-cases to cure the chills and lever t lie first da'. liilious fever, typhus fever, winter fever ltul scarlet fevers, all yield to the use ofi this medicine, and are cured by this sys- tem 0fpractice, in a shot ter time, and with much more certainty than by any other ' system that lias hron recommended, ' , , . ' r ... !"-' eh box contains twenty-lour pills, - J ' twelve ol winch iv.ll cure any ordinary case of chills and fever. A pamplet ac- .. eo.niKinirfi ftflnh hnx.rivm.r full flirpptiotml and numerous certificates of the efTicacv of i .1 :n n: 1 , c, t. i ALSO, i . 9 . . i f jii ;.'7c, i a ikying,. ; rt.vif thattic ! Pu-';pshiir fmir important combined propeilus for the -cure. f diseases, care- 'n"y a,ui c(,rrt'l:i !!J combined, one article to assist tfic cii c oj another, jar the benefit of -the health of mankind. The proprietor asserts, and Without fear . - , ' " . . 1 ,s n0t equnhed by any mecheme in the United Stales, lie has in his possession sreat numbers of certificates of the most as- hushing cures that have been effected by U,c use of these pills. Thcy are .ecom mended to the attention f .iffl. t . ... y comnM:nf . clcd ' COmP,a.in ' (1v Hps,.,, b.ll.ous hahUs COStiVCness, chol- ,..u.. .: r..i. c 1 t;i.i uiuiuus, ii:ctiiiiuusiii, SLTUiUKi. ou ' 1 - 1 jor,, obstructed mensturation, dyst-rieiT or flux heart-hiirn, white swcIHur, and all lUe Jis-i trisin- from im-t-ro hloo.l i.iosc uisascs .iMbing liom impt.ic hlood. Price twenty-five cents per box. A pamphlet accompanies each box with full i directions and ample testimonials of the f0' effects of these pills. m . . rhls.iS lo CCrtl!y that VC haVG USGtl Dr Champion's vegetable ague medicine, and also, his vegetable anti-billious, anli-dyss- peptic, purifying and cathartic pills, inour families for a number of vca' s and have atso learnCfJ m,,cu n( tunu nou,uvt.. rrnm 1 - - w - m m -J m . V W . great numbers of persons who have used them in their families. We-" eta think them very efficient and valuahle lusdieines for the cure of diseases for which tvey are recommended: Maj James Pearson, Twigg county, (7a Ira Durfee, M.D do do da J Matleck, merchant, lilakeley, do Col John Dill, Fort Gaines, do " W H Rawson, merchant, Lumpkin do Robert Ware, M D Columbus, do .N S Middlebrooks, planter, Jones, do ' Alex Lowrey, M D Jefferson, do A C Holbert, J P Doreville, Mississippi, Maj J McGuffee, Cayuga, do J I Lewis, Aubrom, do Col W F Dillon, Oakley, do S B Simmons, planter, Roselaune, do C Stancil, merchant Carroll ton',' do Carbry, Coffeeville, do B B Arnold, planter, Graball, do B Meek, merchant, Louisville, f do ' James La wry, merchant, Raleigh, do D F N Turner, P M Monticello, do Samuel Jayne, P M Brookhaven, do ij h csneioon, merchant, Gaston, Ala. W M Gilmore, planter, Pickens co do R Long, planter, ' do do do For sale by Geo: Howard. Tarboro9, ur. yym. a. bhaw and Wm. O'Cain, Washington. Bateman & Nichols, Ply mouth. Alfred H. Hise, Greenville. F. Wj Moore & Bro., Williamston, and M. Weston, Kocky Mount. June 18. .Tin. Ware. . o .- t 2 Hp HE .subscriber has just received. . a : fresh supply of TIN 'fVarc, manu factured at Washington, in this State, viz: jLard stands, of various sizes, buckets do do, Coffee pots do do, measures uq do, wash t asias Lanterns, scoops, milk strainers, eulenders, i Oil cans', pepper boxes, cups, dish pans, &c which will be sold . oii reasonable and ac commodating terms." .. Orders for gutters ; conductors, and tin ware Cof every description, will be at tended to forthwith. Geo. Howard. Tarboro', March 6. , , . ,.r r Notice. f . - 1 r ;- - v. rTtv . . .... - IL OF TANNIN, or leather restorer, a new chemical discovery, which penetrates the stiCest and hardest leather, i has been twenty years in use; and if, tears easily with the linger, it.imspart at onee a strength that is utterly ucre dible until seerii - Horses that have ring bqge, spavin, wind galls, &c. are cured byTlooPs Specific; and foundered horses enli'cly cured by Roof's founder ointment. Corns the French plaster is asure'eure. I)r Conner gonorrhea mixture, an invaluab?o curp. for all diseases of the urinary organs. Frrsleby GEO HOWARD Dr. Jay lie's F;ifiiiily Mcdiciiics. Loss of Unir and Vtaldntss ITS REMEDY. Hear what Dr. Quiglcy says.: Shepherd's Town, Fat Oct, 10, 19-13. Dear Sir You inquire of me whether 1 have . .. on 1 .1 usc-u your.na.r , onic, ana , .:uc. veral ynars ago iryluir began to fall rapidly ,ram 1110 scatp,anu 1 nau nit; r"u ui i-.tma During several "years 1 used various preparations recommended for the hair, from which I derived no benefit. At length a friend recommended your Hair Tonic, I used three or four bottles according to the primed directions and at the end of six mouths my hair was thick st t, and since its tendency to turn gray was arres Ud. I have never hef re iiven a certificate recom mending patent medicines, which indiscriminately used, as they often are, lo much injury, hut in a case like the present where 1 know the article tf he heneiVial,- and that it can do no harm; I haw no RrrnnU'S in statin? ' facts within my own u - - Yours, &c. JOHN QUIOLEY, M. D. To Uui D. Jays!, Philadelphia! CHILDREN DIE OF WORMS Aye, ami r. nr? iavne's VRRMI- w.w,. .. ..... .. - FUG 12 has never oeen known to fail to cure ... the worst stages, . Symptoms of or. -These are headache, vertigo, paleness of the hps, with flushed cheeks, grinding the teeth during sleep, disturbed di-eams- 8!ec broken off by. fright and iniJ;Cl,i" sions. fevenshness, thirst, bad taste n the mouth, otTensive breath, difficult breathing, itch.ng of the noslrils, pain in the stomach, nausea, squeamish- nnss. vnrarinus anne.tue .-. 1 1 the bowel 5, discharge of slime and mucus, &s. , r , nftrv0Usil.effS: cart, &c., if gives immcdu rieu,raiizes acidity o istomach, c ' strengthens the whole system, ai For nervousness, sick headache, palpitation of te relief. It also creates an appetite. ystem, anu cures mo pucs. 1 Prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, Philadelphia, and sold on agency hy GEO. HOWARD. Taiboro', Nov. i. Horses, fyc. for hire. rHl HK sub1"' ..-oer continues to keep horses and vehicles fur hire on the following TERMS PER DAY? ' For carriage, two horses, and driver, $5 00 carriage and harness, -barouche, two horses, and driver, barouche and harness, " -' carryall, two horses, and driver, carryall and harness, ; i buggy and horse, - . uSy and harness, . - - horse, saddle and bridle, - horse, . . - - , horse and cart, - . Cart and gear, ; - : Horse and plough, . plough and gear, " Wagon and dray, by contract. - 2 00 4 00 1 50 .3 50 1 00 2 00 0 75 r 25 1 00 1 25 0 25 1 00 SO 2 5 - The above charges are for an ordinary day V travel longer or shorter distances, by contract. April 13 - GEO, HOWARD .' JTotice. ;- For coughs and lung complaints use Dr. Bar tholomew's Pink Expectorant syrup. ; : Sic7t head ache, though constitutional or inciden tal, is cured by .Dr. Spohn's head acheremedyi M Lin's balm ofCkinat for the cure of all diseasefr m. I I tCW 4P that require external application. ,. , The gray haired will find the Indian Hair Dy perfect and effectuaL For sale by Geo .Howard. LUe Pills ana Phscnix BUicrs. t; Tb Medicines have now ben born the n,,K he for av period tot FIFTEEN YEAHS and dunujr.lbttV.tMne have maiutained a hjl7diarict in almost every part or the globe for their cxt'-W dmary aud munediiita power of restoring mtfjl health-to persons uflcrinsj- under nearly every kiU of ditcaso to whicbj.hR hma frame is liable, - J IN BI THOUSANDS of certilicatcd instances, ttiey hare ercn rescue sufferereJrom the very verge of an untimely pruv after all the deceptive nostrums of the day had m' terly failed; and to many thodsaudd. th(y i,uv permaiieutly secured that uniform eujoyrnent ('f health-, without which life itself is but "a pirtia blessing. - So great, indeed, has their efficacy iirva. riably and infallibly proved, that -it has appeared scarcely less than miraculous to thos? who wera acquainted with the beautifully philosophical prjn. ciples upou which thcy. are compounded, and up0 which they, consequently act., It was to their manifest and sensible action m purifying the sprint, and channels of rlifei," aud enduing thorn with re newed tone and vigor, that they were indebted far thr nan;.: .. .... ' JJiibkj the host of pernicious quackeries which boujiC of vegetable ingredients, the LIFE HEDT. CIKES are. purely and solely. vegetable ; and con! taju neither Mercnry.'nor Antimony, "or Arss- Hie, r any other mineral; in my form whatever. They are entirely composed of extracts. frOm rar and powerful plants, the virtues of which, thoujrh long known to several Indian tribes, aud recently to sine eminent pharmaceutical chemist3, are alto, gether unknown to the Ignorant pretenders to medical science ; and were never before adminis. tored in so happily efficacious a combination. The first operation is to loosen from the coats of the stomach and bowels the various impurities and crudities constantly settling round them ; and to tamovo the hardened feces which collect iu tii convolutions of the smalliiitestines. Other medi eines only partially cleanse those, and lea' 8UC collected masses behind to produce habitual GusUe ness, with all its train of evils, or sudden Diarrhea with its imminent dangers. This f.tel is well kuown to all jegular anatomists who examine tfia human bowels after death ; and hence the preju dice of these well-informed men against the quack medicines of ' the ajfe. 'The second effect of th VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINE3 to cleaiise the kidneys and the bladder ; and, by (his means, the liver and lungs, the healthful action of which entirely depends upon the .regularity of tha urinary organs. The blood, which takes its red color from the agency of the liver and lungs, before it passes into the heart, being thus purified by them, aud nourished by food coming from n clean stomach, courses freely through the veins, renews every part of the system, and triumphantly mounts the banner of health in the blooming cheek. . The following are among the distressing v iriety o; human diseases iu which the VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES are wel1 known to be inlal hb!e: - DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the fust aud second (stomaelis, aud creating a flow of pura health v bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind; FLATULENCY, Loss of Appetite, Hcurihurn, Headache, - Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor, and Melancholy, which are the genera! symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure. CostiveneSS, by cleansing the whole leiijlh of the intestines, with a solvent process, and without violence: all violent purges leave the bowels cos within two days. Diarrhoea an Cholera, by removing tin sharp acrid tluids by which these complaints ar occasioned, and by promoting the lubricative secre tion of the mucous membrane. Fevers f flH kinds. by restoring th H-.-'.H to a regular c.renlation, through ho prr" -pi ration in such cases, aud the thorough solution ci all iulestiml obu action in others. The Like Medicines have ben known to cuie. RHEUMATISM permanently in threo weeks, aud JtbTi' ia half that" time,, by removing local iuQam- j' iV.Mii from tha muscles and ligainenti of the joiut8. - . , Dropsies ot all kinds, by freeing and strength ening tho kidnejs and bladder . theyjrate most delightfully on these i'mportaut organs, aud Uj;C9 have evor boeu found a certain remedy for worst cases of GRAVEL: : 1 AlsoonilS, by dislodging from the lurniugi of lie bowels the. slimy matter to which tlicM creatures adhere. t .Asthma and Consumption, by reliovirg lh air-vessels of the lutigs from the mucous which even slight colds will occasiou, and which, if not re moved, becomes hardened, aud produces thess dreadful diseases. " ".. . ' Scurvy, "Olciers, and Inveterate Sores, by th perfect purity which 'these LIFE MEDI" CINE3 Slive to the Wood, and all t!r. nuiiiers. . Scorbutic Eruptions" and Bad Complex ions, by their alterative effect upon the thuds Umt feed the skin, and the morbid state of which occa sions all eruptive compJaiats, sallow, cloudy, aud other disagreeable complexions. , The use of these ftlls for a very short time will effect 'an entire .cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking improvement iu Uie cleanup of the skiu. COMMON COLDS and INFLUENZA will always ba . cured by one dose, or by two even iu the worst cases. . , '-, " PILES. As a remedy for this most distvs? ng and ohsstmiite malady, the VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES deserve a , distinct and ec-'jiii :uc recommendation. It js .well kuown to hundreds ia this city, that the former proprietor of thee va!u able Medicines . was himself afHicted with thii complaint for upwards of TitiErr-five years; and that he tried iu vaiu every reii.edy prescribed within the whole compass of the Materia Media lie however at length tried the Medicine which ii now offered to the public, and he was cured iu very short time, after his recovery . had been pro . nouueed not uly improbable, . but absolutely id possible, by anv human means. FEVER AND AGUE. - For this scourge of-tha '.western count ry Mediciues will be found a safe, speedy, and certain remedy. Other medipiues leave the system sub ject to a return of the disease a cure by thesa medicines is permanent TRY TIIEM, HE SA TISFIED, AND BE CURED. . Bilious Fevers and Liver Complaints. ! i General DeWUty, Loss of Appetite, n8 DiSKAses ok Fema1.cs these medicines have beta used with the most bcueficial results in cases of tl''1 - di-scription : Kino's Evil, and Scrofula, u worst forms, yields to the mild yet powerful action0 theso remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats Neavors Deuilitv, Nervous Complaints of JI -kinds, lAX.riTATioji op the Heart, Faints'1 Colic, aro speedily cured. MERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose constitutions have become im paired by tho injudicious use of Mercury, will these Mediciues a perfect cure, as they never to eradicate from: the system all the eft'oc "j .Mercury infinitely sooner- thaa the' most pn'ij preparations of Sarsaparilla. A single trial w place them beyond the reach of competition, iu ta estimation of every patient. BE CAREFUL OF COUNTERFEITS. . Several have lately been discovered, and nefarious authora-arrested, both iu the city of 3w York and abroad. : .; . . . . Buy of .no curwho is , not an AUTi:oais Agent. - ;-. Prepared and sold" by Dr. W B. MOFFAT.338 Broadway, New-York.' '' ' FOR SALE BV ? Geo. Howard, Tarboro November 23y 1 849. s s; . EE. M2. 'Turner's ie.ifl. For sale by: ' ' Geo. ' 4?