Thursday, January 16, 2014

Got an Itch? Beyond the Battle 1814: "FOR JAUNDICE, And Bilious Complaints"

And Bilious Complaints.[1]
WHEATON'S Genuine JAUNDICE BITTERS, price 50 cents, secured to him by letters Patent from the President of the United States - A medicine extremely useful for curing jaundice and bilious disorders, and removing that sinking, faint and distressed feeling in the stomach, difficulty of breathing, loss of appetite, and sleepy, dull heaviness in the fore part of the day, weakness and trembling of the limbs, dizziness of the head, & yellowness of the countenance, complaints so common to jaundice and bilious people.

               The many cures that have been effected in New-Wngland by the ablove medicine, (as may be seen by the bills) prevent the necessity of firther recommendation.

Likewise Wheaton's

A Medicine which will certainly cure the ITCH, without having in it any thing either dangerous or disagreeable.

               One box cures a person, and there need be no washing afte the use of it, as the skin is generally left clean and smooth.

               The above Medicines are for sale by the following agents.

Corner of Gay and Market-streets.
178 Market-street.
[Booksellers and Stationers, Baltimore,]
Robert Aiken, Baltimore
John Ott, Georgetown,
Daniel Rapphine, Wshington
William Harper, Alexandria
Robert Gray, do.
Duval [sic] & Son, Richmond.
Brags & Jones, Petersburg
Love & Cutter, do.
ALSO - In most of the principal towns throughout the United States.

June 22                             t&fbnr


[1] Baltimore Patriot & Evening Advertiser.; Date: 01-15-1814; Volume: 3; Issue: 12; Page: [1]; Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Transcribed by John Peter Thompson, January 16, 2014

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