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As a family medicine, a mild aud gentle I
[>8rfiit(ve and a purifier of tl»e blood. The gen
eral u<o of these celebrated Hills throughout the
United States, for these forty years past, and the
ttrmg recommendations they have acquired from
all Class •* of our fellow citizens, places them in a
much more elevated situation In public estimation,
than any other remedy which has heretofore been
The following are among the many diseases for
which Dr. Dyott’s celebrated Pills arc so deserved
ly distinguished for curing, lty (heir counteract
ing properties i* removing the bil« from the stom
ach‘they prevent and cure the bilious fever; chills
or ague "and fever ; spring and fall fevers; yellow
fever; bilious cholic ; pleurisy ; dysentery; worms;
bilious vomiting , sick and foul stomach.
By cleaning the bowels and stomach from all im
purities, they restore the loss of appetite, remove flat
ulency, care the headache, habitual costiveness,
colds, coughs, asthma, epeliptic fits, hypochondria,
hysterical complaints, stransguary, gravel, &c.
By a general and copious use they will be found I
very beneficial in curing the rheumatism and gout,
lumbago or pains in the bach. All impurities in
the blood yield to their happy effects, whether pro
ceeding Irotn constitutional ailment or from indis
creet intemperance.
These celebrated pills have been used to very
great advantage, in curing the dyspepsia or indi
gestion, bronchitis, liver complaint, &c.
They are an infallible medicine for Female Com
plaints generally, and especially for removing those
■obstructions which are the source of their ailments
at ce.rtain perioiht, they possess the eminent advan
tages over most other purgatives, that while they
operate gently, thoy produce neither costivouesn,
debility, or too great excitement.
Whenever there is a oredisnosition to receive dis
ease from marsh cfflnvia, or from a too copious use
of ardent, spirits or from a vitiated stntcoflhc bile,
these pills will assuredly counteract it.
They arc highly recommended to travellers, by
sea or land, and inay be made uae of with safety
without change of diet and in situations where no
exercise can be used. They will be found particu
larly valuable for preventing diseases incidental to
hot climates, they deterge and cleanse vicid hu
mors, open obstructions, and promote the secretion
of good bile, operate as an easy cathartic as a pow
erful diuretic, and as a diaphoretic.
Dr. Dvott, under the strong conviction of the
power of his pills, to relieve the afflicted, recom
mends the use of them to those who are in health
as well as the afflicted, at least once a fortnight,
during the Spring and Summer months, in which
ho feel# assured those who attend to his advice will
find the benefit they seek.
A bill of directions accompanies each box of Pills.
Take notice—each Box is sealed with red wax,
stamped with tin; proprietor’s coat of arms, and
signed T. W. DYOTT, M. D., and
T. \V. DYOTT. Jr.
For sale hv the solo proprietor, m the Fountain
Head, No. 143 North Second Iml. above Race,
East side, and hv the most h retold «Druggists
and country Merchants i • tipko the United
Ssrci At. Depot, at t'l; St ire < A lexander Duvall
ir Co., No. 147 Main street, Richmond.
Also, for sale by C. II. HEI N1TSH, Agent, Ports
mouth, M. A. Santos, King A Toy, B. F.mersuti,
Robertson & Corniek, W. II. Broughton, Norfolk,
and by Drugggiats gcnornlly throughout the Uni
ted States. June 7.
Approved patent medicines.
1 have on hand a large stock of the most pop
ular and approved PATENT MEDICINES, which
'I will warrant fresh and genuine. The following
list contains a portion of my slock.
Fbr Coughs, Colds, <$*e.
Buchan’s Hungarian Balsam, Brinckerhoff’s
Health Restorative, Dr. VViaiar’s Balsam of Wild
Cherry, Dr. Jayne’s Expectorant, Pease’s Here
hound Cindy, Dr. Swnyne’s Syrup of Wild Cher
ry, Houseman’s German Cough Drops, Ac.
For Impuiilies of the Blood.
Sands’ Extract Sarsaparilla, Swaim’a Panacea,
Bull’s Extract of Sarsaparilla, Richardson’s Ameri
can Panacea, Dandelion and Tomato Panacea, Ac.
For Bilious Diseases.
Dr. Dvott’s Anti Bilious Pills, Peter’s do., Lee’s
do., Wright’s Indian Vegetable do., Sugar Coated
Jo., Moffat's do., and Branrlreth’s do.
For Fever and Ague.
Rowand’s Imnroved Tonic Mixture, Nash’s Ton
ic, Hull’s Ague Pills, Moffat’s Phoenix Fitters, Sap
pington’s Pills, &c.
For I Forms.
Fahnestock’s Vermifuge, Hull’s and Sherman’s
Worm Lozenges, Jayne’s Tonic Vermifuge,
Swaim’s Vermifuge, Worm Tea, Ac.
For Diarrhtea and Summer Complaint
Bernard’s Diarrhiea Remedy, Jayne’s Carmina
tive Balsam, Ac.
For Dyspepsia. IfC.
Houck’s Panacea, Beckwith’s Anti Dyspeptic
Pills, Santos’s Alterative and Anti Dyspeptic Pills,
For Pains rn the Back, Side, ffC.
Sherman’s Poor Man’s Plaster, Whiting’s A
Well’s Strengthening Plaster, McAllister’s Oint
ment, Ac.
Also Searoa’s Acoustic Oil for Deafness, Thomp
son’s Eve Water for Sore and Inflamed Eves, Har
rison^ Specific. Ointment, Genuine Harlem Oil,
Bateman’s Drops, British Oil, Dalhy’s Carmina
tive, JudkinN Ointment, Turlington’s Balsam,
Godfrey’s Cordial, Ac.
For sale wholesale and retail by
C. H. II El N ITS H, Agent.
Fresii mineral, waters.—wc take
pleasure in informing the public generally that
we have received,and will keep constantly no during
#he season, a full supply of “ WHITE SULPHUR !
WATER,” from the celebrated Spring in Green- :
brier County, Va.
This water, which has been for several year#
transported from the White Sulphur Springs, in
Greenbrier County, in this State, enjoys great repu
tation throughout the United States, and is now
very generally used, and its virtues extolled as a
remedial agent in bilious diseases incident to a
warm climate, dyspepsia, costiveness, jaundice,
chronic rheumatism, gout, dropsy, in affections of
the breast occasioned by disease of the stomach or
liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general;
chronic inclination of the kidney# and bladder,
and urethra ; piles, scrofula and erup'ions. or other
affections of the skin ; ill-conditioned ulcers, mer
•curial discHses, Ac. &c., all of which is attested by
the highest names it* the medical profession, anti
many others who havo for years used this water,
both at anti when removed from the fountain.
8AR A TOO \ WATER, from the Congress, Union,
Paviliion and Iodine Springsin New York, in quart
and pint bottles.
and lasting Tonic. A general view of the analysis
of this water, will show that it stands the first in
rank of the highly concentrated ” Chalybeate#,
consequently it acts as a Tonic, increasing the
strengthof the system, raising the force of circtt
lation, giving tone to the degistivc organs, aug
menting the muscular vigour, and promoting the
excretion#; it is of course advantageously employed
in those disease# in which Iron is principally used,
such as Amenorrhea, ChIoro*it, some states of Me
norrharein, hencorrhea, lhi*pep*ia, Scrofula and ca
tion1 form* of Chronic ftebilili/.
»,*The only Agent# for W'm. B. CAr.wet.t., pro
prietor of the " While Sulpher Spring,” arc M. A.
SANTOS Norfolk, and
High street, 4th dour below Middle,
July 2 Portsmouth, Va.
XTb BRLR GIN and CORDIAL in More and fb
May 7
F FI RANDY AND II. OIN -2 qr cXrk# V.
• Brandy, 4 pipes II. Gin. For sale low by
Nov 7 _ WILLS A CO
YARN SOCKS.—A few dox pairs of Country
Net SOCKS- For sale by
TE A !—Gunpowder, Imperial and Black TEAS,
of superior quality. For sale by
Oct 30 THOS. BROOKS, Jr.
Whiskey - 50 bbls momently expected, for I
<al*by WILLS A Co.
\YOIjASSES. —1-5 bbls New Orleans, I5hhdr
if l West India. For sale low by
Drugs & medicines, wholesale
AND RETAIL—c. II. llEJNITSil, Agent,
ha* recently received from the Northern Cities
extensive supplies of Murlicines, Chemicals, Perfu
mery, Dyo Stuff*. Dye Wood/, Paints, Oils, Win
dow Glass, Patent .Medicines, Garden Seeds, To
bacco, Segars, Snuff, &<•., to which they would
respectfully call the attention of the Public gene
rally. The following List contains a portion ol
their Stock, which they will sell upon as good
terms as any Store in Virginia.
English and American Calomel, Sulphate Qui
nine, Gutn Aloes, Gum Camphor, Arrowioot, Peru
vian Hark. Pearl Harley, English Calcined Magne
sia, Blue Pill Mass, Sulph. Morphia, Powderea Ja
lap, Powd. Ipecac, Rhubarb, Super. Carb. Potass,
Castor Oil, Super. Carb. Soda, Gum Arabic, Gum
Tragacauth, Cinnamon, Sp. Nitre, Bals. Copniva.
Antiinu. Wine, Opium, Liquorice, Florin. Camo
mile, Corrosive Sublimate, Aqua Ammonia, Tar
taric Acid, Epsom Salts, Laudanum, Senna, Oil
Peppermint and all essential Oils, Quicksilver, i
Magnesia, Manna, Roll ami Flour Sulphur, Alco- !
hoi, Borax, refined and crude, Red Precipitate,
Gum Myrrh, Cantliarides, Gutn Tragacauth, Sar
saparilla, Sponges. Vials, &c.
Window Glass of all sizes and qualities. White
Lead, dry and in oil. Red Lead, Litharge, Spirib
Turpentine, Putty, Whiting, VerdigriB,dry and in
oil. Chrome Green,Chrome Yellow,'Yellow Ochre.
Prussian Blue, Vermillion, Rotten Stone, Ivory
Black, Guru Copal, Paint Brushes, all sizes, Ros’i
Pink, Lamp Black, British Lustre, Gold and Silver
Leaf, Copper Bronze, White Chalk, Spanish Brown.
Venetian Red, Sand Paper, Pumice Stone, Japan,
Copal, Coach and Harness Varnish, Turkey Um
ber, Terra de Sienna, Red Chalk, Gum Shellac,
Bright Varnish, Sash Tools, all sizes, Black Lead,
Cochineal, Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves, Cinnamon,
Allspice, Isinglass, Gum Arabic, Turkey, Oil Roses, 1
Vanilla Beans, Tor.quin Beans, Coriander Seed,
Carraway Seed, Anniseed, Pearlash, Salcratus, !
White Jamaica Ginger, East India Ginger, Peppar, j
Superior Spanish Segars, Starch, Liquorice Ball, I
Bath Brick, Fig Blue, Powdered Ginger Root, Al- |
um, Olive Oil, in bottles and baskets. Refined Salt- !
petrn, Macabov SnufT. Scotch Snuff, Indigo, Castile
Soap. Cloves, Castor Oil, in bottles,' Alcohol, Fric- j
tion Match*8,Carbonate Ammonia- Soda for Wash- •
ing, London Mustard, Cayenne Pepper, &c , &c.
The.Subsceibers take this method of returning
their sincere thanks to the Citizens of Portsmouth,
Gosport, anil the neighboring Counties, for the pat
ronage so liberally extended towards them, and
confidently assure them that every exertion will be
made on their part tu merit a continuance of the
RECEIPTS compounded of the. purest ingrcdieidV
with accuracy and despatch.
Orders from Country Merchants, Physicians and
others, promptly and neatly executed,’and the pri
cesstirh as will give entire satisfaction.
{fcjr All Articles sold at tnis Establishment warrant
ed Fresh and Genuine.
__C. H. HEINITSn, Agent. I
V* ING ART.—Important to invalids and friends :
of the sick.— Medicine, however efficacious, Imsal
ways been taken with dissatisfaction by the sick,;
owing to its unpleasant nature. Hence it has ever ;
been the study of all great physicians to disguise its I
nauseous taste. Hut their efforts have never been '
crowned with complete success. It was left for I)r i
Smith to accomplish. Having given the subject his I
unremitting attention for nearly two years--, lie has,
after spending a considerable amount of money,
produced a medicine which, while it is evciy way j
agreeable to the palate, is sure to triumph over DIS
EASE and all opposition, and to repay him for bis
devotion to the improvement of medical science
Are the result of his labor. Their effects, and the
general favor with which they have been received
in all part8 of the Ut;itcd States, warrant the pro
prietors in the declaration that •* they are the grtut
est improvement in medicine ever known. Unlike all
other pills, these neither gripe, produce nausea nor
any other unpleasant sensation, while they are as
powerful as it is possible for a medicine to be, and
he HARMLESS. For sale hv
_C. H. HEINITSH, Agent.
• STORATIVE.—This medicine is a safe and
certain cure in complaints of the Liver and Lungs.
Consumpt ion, Liver Complaint, chronic and severe
Coughs and Colds, are almost immediately relieved
and ultimately cured by a faithful use of the Re
storative. Dr. Chilton, the eminent practical chem
ist and physician of New York, attaches his cer
tificate stating its entire vegetable composition, af
ter he had made a careful analysis. It is wholly
devoid of any irritating property, and manifests so
decided healing nnd purifyingqualities as to quick
ly alleviate the most aggravating cough and change
the morbid expectoration. Pains in the chest and
side, so often attendant on Lung Complaints, arc
effectually removed without the least inconvenience,
theneat of the difficulty being reached much quicker
than any external application. From the reputa
tion of this medicine in New York, where it has
been sold for some years, the most indubitable ter
tiinony is given to its merit. Certificate.* have
been literally showered in on the proprietor from
the heat sources, and stating the cases of persons
raised efren when g-iven up by their physician.
The fart of no one single instanccof dissatisfaction,
known or expressed, is a strong guarantee of its
merit The followingcertiftrate is from Dr. Chil
ton. the well known New-York chemist.
7 I have analyzed a bottle of medicine called *C
Urinekerhoff’s Health Restorative’; and find that
it does not contain Mercury, or any other metallic
preparation, nor opium in any of its forms. It is
composed »f vegetable matter entirely.”
Jambs R. Chilton, M. D.
Proprietor, N. Y
For sale by C, II. HEINITSH, Agent, Ports-I
mouth, Va.
Fancy articles & perfumery.
Ladies, I would most respectfully call your at
tention to my assortment of FANCY ARTICLES
and PER FI MERY, which is perhaps the largest
and richest ever before offered for sale in this place,
comprising almost every article both useful and
ornamental necessary for the Toilet, of which the
following is a part—
Ladies’ Caprices, a new and beautiful article
Perfume Cushions, put up in splendid style.
Cosmetic Cream, the best article ever offered for
chopped hands, &c. It possesses the most extraor
dinary healing qualities and is the best cosmetic
ever known for imparting a delicate softness to
the skin, and preserving it from chopping,
Philocome, the best preparation for the Hair now
in use,
Rose Scented Toilet Powder, very superior,
Taylor’s Chrystalinr Soap,
Together with the largest assortment of Cologne
Water, Florida Water, arid Soaps of superior goal
Hy. of every description of Pei fume, Preston Salts,
Tooth Hru«hes, Nail Brushes, Hair Brushes, Supe
rior Tooth Powder, Beef Marrow Pomatum Pa
tey’s Celebrated Cold Cream, Ac.
OCj^Call in and examine for yourselves,
C. H. HEINITSH, Agent,
July 7 High at., 4'h door from Middle.
ING.—We have for sales largo stock of P\.
will sell very low. Persons in want of cither of
the above article* will please give us a call before
purchasing elsewhere.
, ... 'v . H-H. HODGES A CO.
Me have alsojnst received a lot of beatiful FIRF
SCREENS, which we are selling very low
March 31
liable collection of Books, Stationary, and
Fancy Article* ever exhibited hcre.vix; *
School Books of the most approved kind,
i A fine assortment of Writing Paper,
f Ink, Steel Pens, Quills, Wafers, Ac.,
Mosiral I nsf rnmentr of various kinds, very rhea p
Handsome Walking Canes, Riding Whips, Ac.
A lot of bearttifnl Cutlery, embraring some of
lodgers’* superior Pocket Itnives, and the greatcu
ariely of fancy articles,all at cheaper prices than
March 15
Dr. ITphani’s Vegetable Electuary
A certain Cure for the Piles,
«> Although the ElkCTOaey wa a originally prepared
for the cure ot' Piles, vet from fta modus operandi, or
mode of o|>crnting, and from extensive personal o|»pUc*
tion, it has proved itself to he a Medicine far superior to
all others, in all Diseases of an Inflammatory character,
with a determination of Mood to any particular [tart or
organ. In Inflammation and Congestion of the Liver and
Spleen; Inflammation, Soreness and Uleera'ion of tbs
Stomach, Boxeels. Kidneys and Bladder; in Inflammatory
and Mercurial Ilheumatisui, and all Affections arising from
the imprudent or injudicious use of Mercury; in all cases
where the lilood is powerfully determined towards the
Head, it is the hest Medicine ever discovered. For all
Impurities of the Blood, arising from any source what
ever, and for all Diseases of the Skin, It is unrivalled,
clearing and improving it in tho most remarkable man
ner. Ill Palpitation of the Heart, Pain in the Side, and
Oppression about the Chest; in Morbid and Biliary Con
ditions of the Stomach, producing Hick Head ache ; in
short, in all cases where a Cathartic or Physic is re
quired, the Flectuary will he found flilly equal, if not
superior, to any other; and especi’Jly to those subject
to Piles, it will prove an invaluable Physic, us it operates
without irritation, which Is npt the case with most of the
purgatives now in use, particularly Powders or Pills
containing Aloes, the use of which will invariably re
turn the complaint.
A. VPIIAIII, M.D. Sole Proprietor, Bowery,
New York.
T. W. BYOTT <fc SONS, General YYholesaU
Agents, 13!) Nortlx Second Street, Phila
Special Depot, at the Store of Alexander Du
vall &. Co., No. I4S M iin street, Richmond.
Also, for sale by CHARLES H. HEINITSH,
Agent, Portsmouth, M. A. Santos, King & Toy,
B. Emerson, Robertson & Cornick, Win. H.
Broughton, Norfolk, rind by Druggists gene
rally throughout the United States.
Por Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Consumption.
Couchs, Asthma, and CONSUMPTION, is the HUN
GARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, discovered by the cele
brated Dr. Buchan, of I.ondon, England, and introduced
into the United States under the immediate superintend
ance of the inventor.
The extraordinary success of this medicine, in the
cure of Pulmonary di*eas?s, warrants the American
Agent in soliciting for treatment the WORST POS
SIBLE CASES that can be found in the community—
cases that seek relief ir, vain from any of the common
remedies of the day, and have been given up by the
most distinguished Physicians as CONFIRMED AND
INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam has cured, and
will cure, the MOST DESPERATE OF CASES. It is
no quack nostrum, but a standard English medicine, of
known and established efficacy.
Every family in the United States should he supplied
with Hnrhan’s Hungarian Balsam of Life, not only to
counteract the consumptive tendencies of the climate,
but to be used as a prev, Hive medicine in all cases of
Colds, Coughs, Hpiuiiq Blood, Pain in the Side and
Chest, Irritation and SoTPriess of the Lungs, Bronchitis,
Difficulty of Breathing, Hectic Fever, Night 8wea*s,
Kmariation and General Debility, Asthma, Influenaa,
Hooping Cough, nnd Croup.
<t> Sold in large bottles, at $ 1 per bottle, with fall direc
tions for the restoration of Health.
Pamphlets, containing a mass of English and Ameri
can certificates, and other evidence, showing the un
equalled merits of this threat English Remedy, may be
obtained of the Agents, gratuitously.
DAVID F. BRADI.ee, sole Agent for the United
States, 110 Court street Boston.
T. W. DYOTT & 80N8, General Wholesale Agents,
No. 133 North Second street, Philadelphia.
Special Depot, at the Store of Alexander Du
vall & Co., No. 147 Main street, Richmond.
Also, for sale by CHARLES H. 1IEJNITSH,
Ag-ent, Portsmouth, M. A. Santos, King- &
Toy, B. Emerson, Robertson& Cornick, Win.
H. Broughton, Norfolk, and by Drugg’istsg’en
erally throughout the United Stales.
From Philadelphia.—just received the foi
lowing1 valuable preparations, warranted genu
They are effectual in relieving Catarrh Bronchial
affections. Hoarseness, oppression of the Chest, and
will alleviate Coughs, of more obstinate pulmonary
For Colds in the Head, Watering of the Eyes,
Sneezing, Stc.
This Snuff, which is made of indegonous herbs, is
useful in relieving Head-ache, and weeping and
watery eyes,arising from recent colds, and may be
used alone,or mixed with common snuff. A pinch
or two, taken occasionally, will generally cause
sneezing, and n flow from the nose.
This article is prepared by Mr. Lehman, Phila
delphia, one ofth'1 oldestChemists and Druggists,in
that city. His celebrated preparation stands high
er, and is superior to any Worm Tea known. Mr
Lehman has prepared it for the last 30 years. It
is prescribed by soma of the most eminent physi
cians of Philadelphia, and to the fact I can speak
myself, ns I had ample evidence, while eng^ed
there in the Drug business.
This Paste is used in giving Mahogany, and al
kinds of Furniture, a beautiful gloss, and not lia
hie to soil.
For Coni Grates. Ash Pans, F- ndcrs, Backs and
Jambs, and ail other iron utensils used about fire
places, which require to be kept neat an.I clean.
This Variii-ih jj laid on with a paint brush, and
dries very soon ; one or two coats will he sufficient
to give a handsome black gloss, it is very durable
and will stand considerable heat. Full directions
accomnany every article. For sale at the Drug
Store, High Street, I floors below Middle.
(Member of the Philadelphia College of
Aug 8 Pharmacy and Chemistry )
O superior BOTTLE CORKS just receiveff Bnd
for sale at the Drug Store, High street, 4th door be
low Middle.
Aogtf f HAS H HEIMTSfl. Agent.
OLD R VE WHISK EY. flO bbls Old RVe
Whiskey, for sale, on consignment, and ran be
sold low. ( Atig 2!) J. WILLS.
IT A DR A NTft from the best Txmdort makers
Vt/ at various prices. Also Spy Glasses, Gunter’s
Scales, Bowditches’ Navigators, Coast Pilot. A
large assortment, of the most approved and latest
Charts, just rsraived sad for sale at low prirea, by
A»g« « HALL * f
fa The Subscriber would respectfully
I'j I retbrn bis thanks to his numerous
.**Aj-^«cu,,tomcr8’ ^or continued and
H[^^^incrcasing uatrouage, and inlorm the
TOTs public that ne ban removed his Facto
ry and Shop to BUTTERS’ BUILDINGS on Craw
ford Street, just below the Market, where he will at
tend to all orders with promptitude and despatch.
His stoc k of LEATHER, aa usual is selected with
great care, and will be found of the best quality*
He has now employed workmen from Richmond
and Philadelphia, who cannot fail to give the most
perfect satisfaction, and he trusts that his unremit
ted efforts to please will secure him a liberal share
*>f patronage, as all work taken from his Manu
factory will be warranted.
Two or three first rate Hands, for Boots or Shoes
would find immediate and constant employment
by applying soon.
Tho most prompt attention give to all orders,and
no disappointment. Recollect that the money left
in his Kstablisment, is expended in the Town, and
goes to the support of our own mechanics, and
tradesmen. F. HOFFMAN,
Crawford Street.
N. B. A few HOARDERS will be taken by the
Subscriber, by the year, month or week, on mode
rate terms. Jan 20
WELDON.- The Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail
Road Company give notice to the travelling public,
that their arrangement to carry nassengvrs to and
from Weldon is now completed; Mr. Willis Sledge
having placed on the line between MargareUs.ille.
and Weldon, North Carolina, a superior FOUR
HORSE POST COACH ; which will enable the trav
eller at all times to connect with the Wilmington
Road, without delay, as fellows ;
Portsmouth to Margarettsville, via Rail Road, 63
Margarettsville to Weldon, Four Horse Post
^ach, 17 miles.
Passage to Weldon, - - - $5 00
July 2 Agent P. & R. R. R. Company.
’tl.—The Subscriber* respectfully inform the Pub
lic that a Stage Route has been established be
tween Margarcttsville and Weldon, in connection
with the Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail Road, and
the Baltimore Bay Line, By which Travellers, will
he placed at cither end of the line without delay.—
Those persons desirous of taking this most coin for
table and expeditious Route, arc assured that they
will be subjected to no disappointment or delay, as
the carriages and horses arc of the best quality and
stock, and the Stag* Travel is but Eighteen Miles,
over a hard level road. |
Travellers by this Route going toor coining from
the North, will he conveyed as cheap as by the City
Point Rail Road, and Tioo Dollars less than by the
Route via Richmond, Ac., the Fare between Wei-'
don and Baltimore being only $9 00.
Passengers by this Route will be carried through)
by Hay light, thus saving a night’s re9t.
Arrangements have been made with the different
companies running in connexion with this LineJ
to insure regularity and despatch.
Weldon, July 1445. Proprietors.
11HE price of the Democratic Review has here
. tofore been too high—not for its size, cost, and
character, but for the means of tens of thousands
of readers who would be glad to receive it, and
among whom it ia highly desirable that it should
circulate. For the purpose therefore, of largely
widening the range of its usefulness, and of multi
plying the numbers of those to whom it may be ac
cessible, it has been determined, simultaneously
with the great reduction in the expense of the post
age. to reduce ita subscription price also, from Five
to only Three dollars; aud when several unite in
subscription, to as low as .£2 50, or even $2 30 per
This very large reduction in the receipts (accom
panied with but a comparatively small diminution
of its expenses) involves, of course, an entire sac
rifice of profit upon it, unless compensated by a
vast multiplication of its subscribers. There will
he at the outset only a small reduction in its num
ber of pages ; soon to be restored to ita old number,
without increase of price, when the anticipated
success of the experiment shall justify it.
The. Portraits or Distinguished Democrats
will he continued —engraved in belter and more
costly style than heretofore
The Postage will hereafter, for any distance, be
only five and a half cents; it has heretofore been, for
over 100 miles, eighteen cents.
W4 look for an extension of circulation to be
reckoned by tens of thousands, as the result and
compensation of this great reduction of price.—
Every friend of the work, and of the Democratic
principles nnd cause, is confidently appealed to to
exert himself with an active interest to procure it
subscribers ; both to extend its usefulness, and to
carry it successfully through the crisis of this great
reduction of its receipts.
Those who have paid in advance for the coming
year, will receive it, at the reduced rate, for a year
and a half.
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ii win inua uo seen inni wnen imrieen copies arc
ordered at once, the price is brought down to about
$2 30 each. For six months, half these rales.
These rates afford high inducements to agents
and others to interest themselves to procure sub
The cath tyttem and payment in advance msst be
uncompromisingly adhered to. The pan relaxa
tion of it has caused an accumulation of not far
from $40,000 of debts due to the work. Hereafter,
this must be wholly reformed ; nor must cither the
most eminent political friend, or the most intimate
personal one, be displeased on experiencing its ap
plication, in .the stoppage of their numbers, if they
neglect this rule ; the vital necessity of which, at
the present reduced rates, must be obvious to all.
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lishing business, must be addressed henceforward
o the undersigned. Those relating to the settle
ment of the past debts due the work will be still
addressed to Mr. II. G. Lanqlev, 8 yfstor Haute,
the past arrangements with whom, as publisher,
have reached their termination
J. L. O’Suluvam,
July, 1845. 135 Nattau tlreet, New York.
The admirable Daguerreotype of General Jack
son, taken t>y Anthony, Edwards k Co., a few
weeks before his death, has been purchased for the
use of the Democratic Review. It is in the hands
of the artist, and will be engraved in the finest style
of mezzotint, of extra size. It is a most beautiful
and interesting work, declared by Mr. Van Huren
and others to give a morn perfect idea of the good
and great old man than any other likeness! and
ought to lie possessed and framed by every friend
who loves or reveres his memory. Those who sub
scrilie early will receive it as one of the regular se
ries of Portraits.
Our friends of the Democratic Press are requested
to interest themselves in aiding to carry the work
safely and successfully through the crisis of this
great reduction of price. Every Editor inserting
this prospectus, with an editorial notice, (and send
ing a copy of the paper marked,) shall receive the
Review for a year. |fi
Ip X rRA SI PERIOR. -10 Rntts “M. Lang
U borne k Hons" sun cured No. 1 Tobacco, put
up expressly for this market, and cost $38 2* in
ths’eaf. J list received and for sale by
A pleat*nt, eafe and certain curr for mil easts at
0*»*»*»*» and G»****.
■< In consequence ot the many
utele**Mixtures and Pills re
commended fur these trouble
some complaints, it is ncces
aary publicly to announca
that this preparation ia tha
beet known for the immediate
removal of these diseases.—
•Tahakt’i Comfovn»’cures
where Pilla, Drops, Elec'ur
riea, Copaiba, Nitre and Hat
lem Oil will have no effect.—
It is therefore recommended
_ as ths Jirtl remtdv to be tried
in all cases, for when recent, ONE BOX GENE
It is put up in a neat portable form, iatUlett, and
does not impair digestion.
To prevent mistakes and to procure the Gen
uine, it is sold only by his regularly appointed
Agents, M. A. Santos, Norfolk, and at the Drug
Store, High street, 4 doors below Middle, by
CHAS. B. HE1NT1TSH, Agent,
(Member of the Philadelphia College of
Pharmacy and Chemistry.)
A fresh supply of Copaiba Capsules,—Also, Pre
mium Capsules, warranted : Pure Copaiba Balsam
and Oil Cubebs. July 31
PROPOSALS For publishing in the City of
Washington, a new daily, setni-weekly, and
weekly, Democratic Republican paper, to be enti
Jesse E. Dow & Co.
The. fist number of oar new paper will be issued
on the first day of May next, with an entire new
dresa—new type, fine white paper, with other im
portant alterations and improvements. The paper
will be devoted to a fearless exposition of Demo
cratic principles; it will zealously and unremit
tingly oppose each and every effort to establish a
mammoth monarchy bank and other mischievous
corporations and consolidations of wsalth,.which
subvert the rights of the people and undermine ths
pillars of the Rebublic; it will oppose an oppres
sive and anti-republican tariff system, the assump
tion of the State debts by the General Government,
and all other federal principles which have sn in
evitable tendency to destroy public prosperity as
well as individual happiness. Against all such po
litical delusions, we shall wage unchanging, un
compromising war.
The Farmer and the Michapic who produce all
the real capital of the nation, will find in qur na
per an unwavering champion of their inalienable
rights; the long cherished principles of the edi
tors are too well known to the public to require
any pledge upon this point. To the Miscellaneous
Department particular attention will he devoted ;
the Ladies will always find in our columns a choice
selection from the current literature of the day, a
well as original contributions from the most tali
enmd writers of which our country can boast. A
gesfwhl summary of Foreign and Domestic news
will oe furnished.
The conductois have already secured ths aid and
co-operation of a largo number of the most distin
guished literary and political writers of the day ;
arrangements will also be mad*, at the earliest pe
riod possible, to embellish our columns by the con
tributions of correspondents from abroad. With
this brief and imperfect outline of our plan, w«
very respectfully submit our claims to an exten
sive patronage to the consideration of a generous
JESSE E. DOW, j BniToas
Daily payer by the year, in advance, - $10 00
“ “ fbr l#sa than a year, $1 per month.
Semi-Weekly paper by tbs year, in advance, 6 00
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cents per month.
Weekly paper by the year, - - - 5 00
“ “ for six months, - - - l 00
Subscriptions to the Daily for loss than two, to
the Semi-Weekly for less than four, or to the Week
ly for less than si* months, will not be received.
If not paid within the year, the Daily paper will
be $1*2, the Semi-Weekly $6, aad the Weakly
$2.60 a year.
Subscribers mar discontinue their papers at any
time by paying for tha time they have received
them ; but not without.
Those who subscribe for a rear, and do net, at
the time of subscribing, order a discontinuance at
the end of it, will be considered subscribers until
they order the paper to We stopped, and pay arrear
Twelve lines or less, three insertions, $1 l»
Every additional insertion, - - . J5
Business Cards will be conspicuously inserted
for one year, including paper, for - - $16
Longer advertisements charged in proportion.
A liberal discount made to those who advertise
by the year.
All payment* io be made in advance. Those who
have not an opportunity of paying otherwise, may
remit by mail, at our nek, pottage-paid. Ths Post
master’s certificate of such remittance shall be a
sufficient receipt therefor. The notes of any specie
paying hank wiil be received.
JVo attention will be given to any order vnlett the
| money, or a putlmatUr't certificate that it hat been re
j milled, accompaniet «t.
letter* to the Proprietor, charged with pottage,
| will not be taken out yf the Pott Office.
) April 11 _
WII. H. HODGES * CO., have just re
• reived the following NEW MUSIC.
The celebrated Rivee Waltz,
The Miller’* Maid Waltz,
Havemuyer’s Grand March, Love Not Waltz,
The Three 8i#tcra Waltzes,
I’m still thine own, by J. H Hewitt,
" We’re out upon the .Moonlight Ware,”
Gaelic Garden or Almack’s Waltz,
Low waved the Summer Woods,
Sutton’s Quickstep,
" Here’s a Health to thee Mary,”
Celebration Quickstep, The Gabrielis Waltz, f
Piney Point Waltz, "Let ua love on# another,'
Mary of Argyle,
1 " When slumber’s pinions over me play,”
"Sweet is the thought, the Promise Sweet,”
" Hark! Hark ! the. Soft Bogle,”
Woman’s Heart, Amid the Greenwood amiHnjf,
An elegiac impromptu Fantasid, by H. P. Hetnv
The Bridal Bolls,
Beeawings & Fish, by Deilman,
The Hunter's Song, by Gustave Blesstier,
The Hunter’s Wife, by H. C. Ball,
The List Song of Saphos,
The Harlem Waltz, " He never said he loved,’
The Captive Knight, for the Guitar,
Cumberland Guards’ Quickstep, Cuba March,
Columbia, the Land of the Brave,
Could I hush a father’s sigh.
Cape May Gallopade, Ccleslina Wall*,
Chateau cn Espagne,
Come, Come, Away, a social glee.
My GnPant Love returns, March D'Arhasones,
Flowe if Home. Waltz, Rose Geraneum Walt*,
Lilly ot' the valley Waltz, Last Greeting,
Potomac Waltz,
" I hasten to the shade of thy Bower,”
Tyrolean Melodies __Aug !■»
ceived hy W. II. II. HO DO IS* « CO.
Introductory lectures on Modern History, by
Thomas Arnold, I). D. Professor of Modern Histo
ry in the University of Oxford. »no Hoad Waste
of Rugby School-edited from Second London edi
tion, with a preface and notes, by Henry Rrerf,
A., Professor of F.ngliah Literature In the Univer
sity cl Pennsylvania. ,, , _
Reed’s Dictionary of the English Language con
taining the pronunciation, etymology and
lion of all words authorized bv eminent ""iters to
which are added, a vocabulary of the roots of Eng
lish words, and an accounted list of Greek, laitin,
and Scripture proper names, by Alexander Ree.
A. M , author of ' Rudiments of English Compo
""llislor *of Germany from ‘{JV V/rMS^ToiM
the present time, by Frederick Koh
Counsellor of the board of sducallo
dom of Hanover. __—-—.—
iJ of S»-al Spring Heel *^.11
^ff rspldly at 60 cents a P»Jr. £PITCH4$ *

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