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TO THE VÍCTOR BELONG THE SPOILS" A LTIiOUGH mnny preparation in the form, J_ of 'POPULAR MEDICINES," have been before the public, claiming to give relief nnd even cure the most invetérate diseases, yei none have so well answered the purpose as Dr SHERMAN'S MED1CATED LOZENGES Dr. Sherman's "COUGH LOZENGES" eure the most obstinate cases of Cough in a few haurs. Thcy.havecured alarge number of persons who have been given up by their physicians and friends, and many who have been ledueed to the verge of the grave by spitiing blood consumption and Hectic Fever. by their use have had the rose of health rcstored to thehag gard cheek. and now live to speak forth the praises of thi8 invaluable medicine. Dr. Sherman's "WORM L0ZE1SGES" have been provedin more than 40(':000 cases to be infallible, in fact. the only certain Worm destroying medicine ever discovered. Childrer. wïll eat them when they cannot be íorced lo take any other medicine, and the benefit derived frons the adminÍ8tration of medicine to them in thie form is great beyond conception. They havt never been kaown to fail. Dr. Sherman's "CAMPHOR LOZENGES," relieve Headache, Nervous Siek-headache. Pal pitation of the Heart, and sickness in a very few minutes. Dr. Shernjan's "POOR MAN'S PLASTER" is acknowledaed by all who have ever used it to be the best strengthening Piaster iu the world, and a sovereign remedy Tor painsand weakness in the back, loins, side, breast. neck, hmbs. joints, rbeumatism, lumbago, &c. Be careful to procure the above and all other medicines of Maynard's, and you wil! be snre there wiïl be no mistake in quantity or charge. W. S. & J. W. MAYNARD. Ann Arbor. February 5 1844. 41To Clothiers, MLanuftïcturers and Merchants. THE subscriber is now receiving at his stores, 188 and 190 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit, Ihe following carffully and well selected stock of Dye Woods. Dye Stuffs end Woolen Manüfacturer's Machinery. 55 tona Fustic, Cuba, Tobasco, Tampico'and Carthagena, 10 tons Logwood, Campeach, St Domingo and Honduras, G toas Nicaragua, Bonair, Coro, Hacho and Lima, 3 tons Camwood, very choice, 180 barrels Logwood, cut and ground, 130 " Fustic, " - ' 100 " Red Woods, " " 120 Camwood.. " u 10 " Qnerecitron Bark, 45 " Altam, 42 " Copperns, 30 Í{ Blue Vitriol, 28 " Madder. Ombre, ami Dutch erop, S M Cream Tarter, 2 " Nutgaïls, 3 cases Indigo, Benga!, Manilla and Gua tímala, 2 Lac-Dye, 20 " ext. Logwood, 2 ' Grain Tin, 300 pounds Verdigris. j5 Carboys Oil Viiriol, Spirits Sea-Salts and Nitric Acid. ALSO, Copper Kettles and Clothters' Screws, Tenter J!ook8. Jacks and Brushes, Press Papers, Card Cleauers, Weavers' Shears, Nippers nnd Burling Irons, CombpJates, l'ickers and Bobbins. wfre. Worsted and Cotion Harness, Steel and Cane Reeds, Broad Power. Hand Looms and Fiy Shuttles, Steel and Copper Mails, Emery. &c. Pasons' Shearing Machines, 4, 6, and 9b!ades: Allen's doublé and single Carding Machines. Machine Cards, Leicester, The above goods have been recently purchased directly from the importers and manufacturer, EXCi.uaivELY kor cash, and will be sold at the New York jobbers' prices, adding transportarion only ; and' ia cansequence of the decline on ruany of the American manufactured anieles. will, in many cases, be sold at kiftken pkb r,Lss thak FORSfF.K PRicKS. Tliirtecn years experience in tlie Dye Wood business enables the subscriber to say to his customera thac he is prepared at alt times to warrínt goods of superior quality. THEO. H. EATON. Dye Wood anti Dye Stuff Warchouse 188 and 190 Jefferson Avenue, Detrort. Aon Arbor Journal, Ypsilanti Senlinel P ontiac Gazette, Flint Democrat, Adrián Exponor, Marshall Slatesmaa. Niles Cotrrier and Republican, Gazette. Michigan City (la,) and vhe-Enquirer, London, (Canada,) will each publish :he above notice insidc, to the amount of hreo dollars, and send copy of notice with bilis to subscriber for payment. 17-tf. JËROMB M. TREADWELL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, And General Land Agent, WILL attend to the aale and exchange of Lands, payment of Taxes, and redemption of Lands sold for Tnxes in .'ackson and adjolning courrties. examination of Tilles, Convey. and 11 business pertaining to Real Es-tace. OlITce in the Court House-, ' ïaökson, Michigan. 17-tf.DR. SMITH'S IJNITERSITY PILJL mHFSE Pilis are prepnred by Wm. M.-Smith, M. D.r late Profcsnor of Materia Medica and 1 P armnc7.n .hJümversiiv of Lake Erie, Ohio. ür Sroiih wou d say to the public, tha irn 'Je n Tem I PUI. he quaek nostrum that wijl by Hs irr.tatmg e lects upon Lstonh and botéis c-reaedisenSe where ihere was linie or none before: but ono Chat is suie mild. salutary and uniiorm in its effjets upon. he wholeeysiem. He would say tbht hu has now spent '20 years ia research and invest.gauon, d.recte. 10 the Pa tholiev ol diteaac and of medicinal subeiances, and their adaptat.on to the remova oftfmala ie, uwhich Lh E heJri Aa tho result of ihese labore, he is now able lo ,o tlu public a combinaron óf ,,,e.lcinal vegetable substances wlwch .s áejnear perfecuon. ns care.u atudv and close mvostisation. tests and expo imams, can bnng ft He would say to rhysidans as w'eil asotheis, try thispill: it will not deceive you. „,,.„. ,. „... T It is DecuHarly ndoptcd 10 the removal and prevennen of the d.seases: Bi lious, ínter mitanTand Remi.iant 1WÍ8; Fevr nnd Agne. CoL.phL.verCompla.nis, Stek Hendoch SveDropsy, Rhou ..aiism, Enlnèn.ei of the Spleen, imernal "ilw, Colic, Acidity of the S-omach Incipient Di.oirluEa. Hiibitnal Costiveness. and in all cases of Torpor of the Bowcls whena clithortic. apcrient, or, i needed They are mild, yeï certa.n in their opera üon producine nei.her nausea, griping. nor debility. The agents of these Pilis are mstructed in case full saus'action ie not given to any person who niay purchase thenij that ihey shall have their money refunded.TESTIMONIÁIS JN FAVOR OF DR. WM. M. SMITH'S UNIVERSITY PILLS. TESTIMONIAL OP DR. LANDON. Monroe, Michigan, Jiíhe 12, 1844. Dr. Smttu Dear Rir, - T take much pleasure in giving my testimony in favor of youi valuable UNIVERSITY PILLS. I most dieerfully recommend them to the public as n safo, easy, and efficiënt cutharlic for most of the diseases incident to this región oí country I liave made extensive use of them for four years in my practice, and I believe them to be the BEST Anti-biliousCatbarticor Aperient medicine ever combined and oíTered for gen eral use Yours, &c'. GEORGE LANDON, M. D. TESTIMONIAL OF DR. TELLKR. Masillo, Ohio, May lst, 1844. Dr. Smith- Sir,- I tnke much pleasure in beoriog testimony to the efficacy of your Pilis in bile from the sternach, deterging the Livor, and In all comploints from that source. T J. V. C. TELLER, M. D. ë TESTIMONIAL OF. F. L. WELLS. x Waterkoo, Mich., March 10, 13 44. To Dr. Smitii- Sir, For upards of six)jmanths I was crueüy afflicted with Fever and Acnie andduring that time coüld find nothinglhat gave me permanent relief; at length however your University Pilis were iccornmended to me by one of the best Physicinns in these par6; and I am happy in being able to say, that from the use of one box I wua permanently cured ofmvaeue: since then a numher of my faraily have been as signnlly benerïtted. 3 6 Yours, Reppeclfu'ly, F. L. WELLS. TESTIMONIAL OF DANIEL G00DN0W. Mok'rob, Miel)., June 1, 1844. I hereby certify that Dr. Wm. M. Smith hos been my Family Physician for ibur years last past: that he has used bis University Pilis in his practice in my family with unparalleled and I think them preferuble to anv pill for bilious afFection in the world. DANIEL G00DN0W. Innkeepcr, Macomh-St. House. TESTIMONIAL OF D. S. PARSHALL. Fut, Mich., June 5, 1844. Dr. Smith- I am happy to givfi you my cordial spprovol of your University Pilis. I m able to keep off Fever and Ague, nnd Fevers to which all of us are subject in this Westrn Country, by the timely use of your University Pilis, Send an Apent tïiis way ns soon s pasible, for we nre all out. Yonrs, fcc. D. S. PARSHALL. ' TESTIMONIAL OF MESSRS. NOBLE AND FYFIELD. We certify that we are and have been personally acquainted with Wm. M. Smith, M. )., and !now that-he is a man ot eminence in his profession - and that for four years he illed the chair of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in the Willoughby University of Lake Crie, witb honor to himself and satiffaction to the Trustees and FacuHy, as well as to the Students of the above University. As for his Pilis, they are par excellence." CHARLES NOBLE. Monroe, Mich., June 19, 1844. B. F. FYFIELD. TESTIMONIAL OF RÏAL B. CHASE. This I certTy, that in monlh of September last, I wns attneked with Billious Fever while away from home at öwasso to buiíd a water wheel) and with one dose of Smith'aUiversity Pilis, I broke it up; and as many others were sick at the timo, I admiiiistered these 3j11s to them, and in all cases it bioke up their fevers. I have used them many times since, nd wilh g-reat success. They are the best pïlJs I ever used. s RIAL B. CHASE, Milhoright. Shiawaesee Town, Mich. June lst, 1844. TESTIMONIAL OF MRS. ABIGAIL C. WRIGHT. This may certify, that three yoars ao 1 was attacked with Liver Complaint so severely hat I could scarcely turn myself in bed; I used many specifics and remedies, such as randreth'e, Resurrección, Oriental, and other pills, but with little or no effect. One yeat go, my friend Hr. Smith called on me on his way to. Boston, when he gave me a box oj lis Universitv Pilis, which perfectly restured me, and my health has not ag-ain suffered rom üke cause. ABIGAIL C. WRIGHT. Rochester, N. Y., No. 13, Franklin Street, Jnn.e 25, 1C44. TESTIMONIAL OF JOHN W. MILLER. Dear Doctor- Justice requiresme to state, that I have sold your University Pilis for one nd a half years lost past, and that I can sell no others while 1 have them on hand. Thej ïave superseded the sale of all olhers- their effect is truly wonderful. v JOHN W. MILLER, Brnggist. Monroe, Mich., June 12, 1844. For Saleby J. H. LUND. Lower Town, and WM. S. & J. W. MAYNARD, Uppei 'own, Ann Arbor. 13-ly.


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