tlioupli Slierman'B Medicated Lozengee hnve now bcr.n fomo fivc ycars before the public, their rcpiiiotion for curing the dioeses for which (hoy are recomtnendcd has extended from Maine to Georgia, nnd froni the Atlantic Ocean to the Recky Moun-.ains. The Rev. Mr. Streeter, o( Boston, avere that. having been long troublcd wilh a violnnt nsthma nnd cough, he tried the Doctor'sCough Loznges, ond found tlieni to give him instant relief. Rev. Dariua Anthony, of the Oneida Conferenee, attributes his fecovery Ãrom the verge of the grave to Sliennan's Cough Lozengea. Rev. Mr. Ãunbar, of New York. Rev. Mr. De ForeÃ¡t, of the Western part of the Statej Rev. Mr. Eaatmond, and a great multittide of persons, have given in their testimony concorning the successof this wonderful Cough Medicine. And the Remedy for Worm8 ia equally good. Shcrman's Worm Lozenges aro far beforo every prepnration which hos ever been discovered for destroying and bringing away Worms; and his Camphor Lozenges. o universally resorted to for headaches and nervous ;iffjction8. nre the most convenient article in the world to carry in the pocket, so that they may beat hand in cases of sudden attacksof faintness, palpitation, or depression of spirita. Sherman'B Poor Man's Piaster should not be forgotten, for it has cured more wenk backs and cases of rheumntism, nnd givcn greatcr relief in uffuctions of the chest than any other proparation of the kind in the world. For nle nt MAYNARDS.