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Title: Transcript
Uniform Title: Transcript (New York, N.Y. Daily)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: William J. Stanley
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: May 1, 1837
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 51 (May 31, 1837).
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At the cor. ofAnn and Nassau streets,
(Opposite the Office of the New York ilirror..)
1 square a year, S30 00 1 square 2 weeks, 82 25
Do. 3 months, 8 00 Do. 1 week, 1 75
Do. 2 months,. 600 Do. 3 days. 1 00
Do. 1 month, 3 00 Do. I insertion, 50
V- Twelve lines, or less, make a square. I3
D3- Papers by mails $5per annum in advance.

No. 273 Pearl street.
The subscriber continues to meke engagements for'
the bringing out of passengers, from England, Ireland,
Scotland and Wales. to this country, by weekly oppor-
tunities sailing from Liverpool. The arrangements for
the despatch and comfort of the passengers, and the
first class American ships employed are before the
public. The agents at the various seaports will assist
the passengers in embarking' free of charge, and the
long established regularity of the vessels composing
this line is a sufficient guarantee against all expenses
attending the unnecessary detention after the time ap-
pointed for sailing.
Drafts as usual on the bank of Ireland, payable in any
of the towns, and answering the purpose of Bank of
Ireland notes.
SAMUEL THOMPSON, 273 Pearl street, N. Y.
d7-3m No. 10 Goree Piazzas, Liverpool.

SON LINE, (via Liverpodl) from the provinces of Lein-
ster, Ulster, Munster and Connaught.
The proprietors respectfully inform their many
friends, they can now enter into early arrangements
with them, for the bringing out of their families and re-
lations by the first spring ships-the first of which will
commence running from Liverpool on the IstFebruary
1837, and will continue to run regularly every five or
six days afterwards, affording to emigrants the most de-
sirable and most eligible conveyance they can have.
In contracting with the proprietors of the Robinsons'
Liverpool and New York Line, passengers may place
every reliance and assurance they will be fairly dealt
with, and in doing so they will avoid those serious and
vexatious delays arising from the selection of transient
opportunities, aided by ignorant, irresponsible and un-
principled agents. The .steamers employed for the
conveyance of their passengers are of the first grade
and magnitude, ol board of which a free passage can
be ensured daily, a convenience of high import to those
residing in the provinces of Leinster, Ulster, Munster
and Connaught.
Inhrelaiioid to remittances, as regards their drafts and
Bank Post Notes on: the .Messrs. Robinsons & Co., oI
Dublin, they wish ot to be clearly understood they are
paid at sight, free from charge, in every province and
county, besides in all the inland towns, answering the
same purpose as Bank of Ireland notes-a convenience
much wanted, and hitherto unknown to any other esta-
blishment. '
Farther particulars can be ascertained, when cireu.
lars will be handed, on application, at.334 Pearl street.
ROBINSON & CO.. Dublin. n21

'L Verplanck, Sing Sing, Tarry Town,
-- Dobb's Ferry, and, Yonker's.--The
Steamboat UNION,,Capt. H. Tuthill, will leave New
York from the fotL of Chambers stseet, every morn-
ing (Fridays excopted) at seven o'clock precisely,
landing at the Old State Prison Wharf. For passage,
apply at the office on board. All goods, freight, bag-
gage, bank bills, specie, or any other kind of property
taken, shipped, or put on board this boat, must be at
the risk of the owners of such goods, freight, baggage,
&c. f281 to
C The Steamboat NEW-HAVEN. Capt.
J. .J. Stone, and NEW YORK, Capt. B,
5 Stone, will alternately leave East River
Steamboat Place, foot of Beekman street, for New Ha-
ven DAILY, (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock A. M.
Returning-One of said boats will leave New Haven
DAILY (Sundays excepted) at 7 o'clock A. M.
Excellent PostiCbaches will be iun adiness on the
arrival of the Boats at i:w Haven, to convey passen-
s.- : ,, [i r,'..., P,...... : .. d Boston ; also, through
L,.: ..;..l,...t,'I '. i.:. .. Mondays, W ednesdays
and Fridays; and via Woodbury, Tuesdays, Thursdays
ar..J si.i .1:.. %I. .......tville, via. Waterbury'
a. P :... T.' T -. ays and Saturdays.
F .,r l fl l ',r .r .'. ,.'- I.. ..T,, ,q .. t- o f
JOHN SAXTON, 114 South-st.
N. B. The Saturday afternoon trip is discontinued un-
til further notice. a3
subscriber having pui chased the entire interest
of the store No. 112 Broadway, under the Nation-
a Hotel, and being determined to give his establish-
ment a high stand among the Fashionable Hat and Cap
Stores of this city, has spared no expense in making
such arrangements as will warrant him in saying that
nothing shall h-e ;.i.,: .:., his part, in offering to the
inspection of Ii.,. i..,t L.i. .. 3 assortment of fine Beaver
Hats of the -: .-i r,.:. .i., 'ii, together with an assort-
ment of the much admired short napped and medium
nappedat $5, made, i strict: accordance with the pie-
vailing fashions; 'and in pdint of gentility of appearance,
style of finish, and beautiful curve of the brim, cannot
be surpassed by any similar establishment; and as the
subscriber wilt always endeavor to excel by any hon-
orable competition, those who may favor him with' a
call, may rest assured of always finding a Fashionable
and General Assortment of Hats and Caps suitable, to
their various tastes, that will recommend this establish-
ment to their patronage, and to that of a generous and
discerning community. Also, an assortment of the first
quality.of Silk Hats, well worthy the attention of coun.
try dealers.
ROWE, (Late Wright & Rowe,) 112 Broadway,
Under the National Hotel, and opposite the City Hetel.

S way, have the largest andbest asssort-
__ _mainent of SOFA AND.SETTEE BED.
--f STBEADS, on the best principle in the
city or elsewhere, being the sole manufacturers of
BreAkel's Patent, which has received the premium for
the American and ehaniMecaics T.i.';r.j. t: .. ,t, I_.-C twO
years. They have a variety mi 1. ... c..r..r. I, ac-
cording to the quality-Settee., i' i -i?." -'.:-in-, $38
to $120-all warranted and kept in repair one year with
out charge. Persons studying economy, in rent and
house room, will please to call and judae for themselves:
A horse power for saIe, inquire as above. mll 3m

c-sa~~~ 4~~'si ~lgg*~~

ter'and Ringworm Destroyer." In r, -.,.i.:. -has
this medicine failed to cure Salt Rherm and Ringworms,'
and all other'diseases of the skin ; nor will it fail if used
according to directions. It is a pleasant and safe wash,
andmay be-applied to the most delicate infant-it re-
quires no restrictions as to diet or exposure.
Wholesale and retail, by John Onthank, generalagent;
at the drug store, No. 100 Fulton st. cor. of William; at
the drug store, No. 492 Grand st; corner of Bowery and
Grand st. ; No 39 Sixth avenue; at Trevet's, Pough.
keepsie; and Rawls & Co., Albany, New York, &c. &e.
apl53M r


corner of West Broadway, Dogs, Lions, Eagles; Greek,
Roman, Gothic. and other ornaments for stoops, Gar-
dens. entrvs, &c. &e.. made to order and warranted to
.ti.l t-'-I, '.... ,.:... engine Roman Cement. The
ri.,,.-i i. ..- *" -.. for smoky chimnevs, they are
cheap and durable, made by S. GOODWrIN' 133 Chainm-
ber street N. Y,
N. B.-Cisterns repaired, 100 casks of fresh Roman
Cement, for sale. ap24 Imn'
buy one of II. BRUNSWICK'S PatentPremium So-
fa Bedsteads, the most approved for their design, convc-
nience,and usefalness-is thie Report of the Committee
at the last Fair at Niblo's Garden. Also, Furniture,
cheap for cash. There you will find the largest assort-
ment and cheapest in the city. Also a civil and accom
modating man, who is not afraid to see his customers a
second time !! Fair Play at 7 Bowery, New York.
ta- A Cradle forr :.,. I. 1
If you butlook you ..,. '.I
ap20 inis
a GHT LIGHT !! LIGHT!!!; .The Invaentor and
Vor Manufacturer of the Safety Reflecting Spirit Lamp,
for which the Mechanics' Institute awarded the silver
medaliadd diploma, has on hand Lamps of various pat-
terns suitable for stores, reading-rooms, billiard tables,
&c., giving a strong, brilliant light without a shade, at a
saving of fifty pei cent over oil or gas. Orders sent to
the store, promptly attended.
G. MICHELL Spirit Lamp
ap24-lm* .: Manufacturer, No 8 Catherine street.
i' ,RDiN'I % 1-'I" .-,ol.'i. ii, ,, .I n r wi',s, an.
it No.23 Bowey. C "... i
at No. Bowery. ap2t u

. MNDA, MAY C R I P T,5.


Mechanics' Institute, at their Fair, held at Castle
Garden, September, 1836 .-137. To T. Davids. >22 Wil-
i .. i Sealing Wax-a diploma. 138. To T. Davids
2 .tliam street. Writing Fluit -THE BEST INK
KNOWN-a Silver Medal.
The superiority of this Fluid over common Inks, may
be summed upi under the following heads:-the greater
readiness with which it combines with the paper; the
ease with which it owss from and follows the pen, nev-
er clogging it as other inks do; the superior blackness
which it acquires, free from any admixture of brown;
the clearness with whichit writes, free from that mud-
diness which is the prevailing fault of all commnion inks;
its bright and distinct color when fiat written, whereas
thims ',' ,1 .., 1, I, t -I. -. ;ts drying so quickly,
retail o-. I .. .t1 ,- i d, having no tendency
'to becomes ropy; und lastly, its greater durability and
its qalitv to resist the agents used to obliterate cuiimnon
inks, renders it particularly valuable for writing Bills of
Exchange, Wills, Deeds, and Testamentary Documents,
and also for Log Books, Journals, and other Records on
Sea Voyages, as it cannot be impaired by sea-air or ma-
rite waters as inks commonly m'o. It is also applicable
in a superior manner, to the, copying machine, and is
alike suitable and equally advantageous to the quill as
the steel uen.
Be careful to use this Fhlid in separate stands, and by
no means mix it with common ink. Shake the bottle
well before pouring any out, and its property of resist-
ing attempts to obliterate it will be more fully insured.
Put up in bottles of three, six, and eight ounces, aad
pints and quarts. '
Prepared by THADDEUS DAVIDS, manufacturer of
Writing Fluid, Sealing Wax, Black, Red, and Indelible
Inks, Ink Powder, Court Plaster, &c. &c. 222 William
siteet, and 148 Maiden Lane. ap3 tf
"W M. PEASE, would inform the public that he is sup-
plied with a complete assortment of Piano Fortes
.of different patterns, 'and all the latest improvements,
and warranted to stand any climate, and not surpassed
itt tone by any in the country.
Also, Musical Instruments of every description, and
sheet music of all the latest publications; also, port
folios and music bound on as reasonable terms as at
any other house in the city.
Mr. P. would mention, with regard to his Piano Fortes,
that they are selected with great care in regard to the
quality of tone, as he considers hiimse If perfectly quali-
fied, having been a teacher of the above instrument
more than fifteen years, both in England and this coun-
try. All Pianos sold at this e-stablishment are warranted
for one year. WM1. PEASE,
Piano Forte and Music Store, 329 Broadway,
opposite Masonic Hall.
N. B. Just published, the songs "Forsake Me Not,"
and the Grand Victoria Waltz." m9'
PIANO FORTES.-TORP & LOVE offer for sale a
Schiceassortmient of superior Piano Fortes, which,
for tune, touch, and workmanship, cannot be surpass-
ed by any in the Union, and for which the first Premid-
um, a ,Silver Medal, was awarded to them at the Me-
chanics' Institute; and also, the rst fiPremium, a Gold
Medal, at the ninth annual Fair of the American Insti.
tute, for the best specimen of Horizontal, Grand Action
Piano Fertes.
These Pianos are of seasoned wood and best materi-
als and warranted to stand in any climate.
They have constantly on hand every variety of Musi:
cal Instruments, and have just received in addition to
their collection of new and fashionable Music, all of Bel-
lini's and Rossini's Operas, which they offer for sale on
the most reasonable terms, at their store, No. 465 Broad-
way, three doors above Grand-street.
n3 ly TORP & LOVE.

' '_i, ..'-... .cribers, since the year 1834, have
1 .r Mrnishing the public with .. i i,, ,,.
:,'.: i ij.,i f the most graceful form, E.m ii .. ,.- .
modating price of $3. They can now say that their ef-
forts have been crowned with triumphant success. The
IHats manufactured bythem during the last 3 months,
surpass in beauty and finish any heretofore offered, and
stanu pre-eminent among those of higher prices, worn
by the fashionable world. To their patrons they would
say-the quality, as far as may be, is uniform-the price
moderate and fixed-the profit small, and all sales for
cash. 178 Chatham Square, oor. Mott st. I
ap20tf BROWN & CO.
Professor of the Anatomy and Diseases of the Hu-
man Eye, 303 Broadway, up stairs, begs to inform those
who are troubled with weak, sore, inflamed Eyes, or
any defect of vision, that they lave now an opportunity
of getting their eyes PERFECTLY CURED, withoutt an
operation) by the aid of skill, medicine and glasses. Dr.
rE having studied under the most celebrated Oculists in
Europe, and one of the best in America-Professor
Smith of the Medical College of Ohio-is enabled to as.
sert with confidencethat he can restore to sight, and
cure in a short time, the most dangerous diseases of
the Eye, hitherto considered incurable, as from his ex-..
tensive and successful practice, hundreds in New York
and elsewhere can testify.
SPECTAcLEs.--The Patent Self-adjusting,: beautiful
Transparent Medium Glasses having the peculiar pro.
perty of keeping the eye perfectly cool, giving it imme-
diate and permanent ease, and at the same time adjust
irtg itself to every age and defect, without the necessity
of change. Dr. E. will himself fit the glasses to ..u;i i..:-
particular defects. Price of the Patent Glasses, E l cii
common do, 3 shillings.
Elliott's Patent Ointment, for the immediate cure ofin-
flammation of the Eye. Price 50 cents.per box, war-
Dr. E. has removed to 303 Broadway, corner of Du-
ane street. Private entrance in Duane street.
N. B. Dr. E. begs leave to state that he attends to the
diseases of the eye and imperfections of vision only. .

OTHERS.-WM- R. GOULDING& Co., Surgical
Instrumental and Cutlery Manufacturers, corner of
Rivington and Attorney streets, (over Joseph Baggot's
Glass Cutting establishment. I
S All kinds of surgical instruments and cutlery,
ground, polished and repaired
To'ls in the cutlery line of all kinds" made to order--
all the above warranted, arid for sale on ,reasonable
terms at wholesale or retail. Orders left at the mann-
factory, or at Mr. F. Liese's, Chiruargical Pump and
Syringe Manufacturer, No. 7 Liberty street, will be
promptly attended to.
WILLIAM K. GOULDING having been foreman for
P. Rose a number of years past, offers his services in
the above line to the medical faculty and dental practi-
tioners, from whom he solicits a share of'patronage,
with the assurance, from his long experience and practi-
cal knowledge of te of the business that no effort small be
wanting to make his work perfectly satisfactory.
m7 ly Im'

DR. BRANDRETIH has adopted the following plan to
secure the GENUINE Brandreth Pills to the public:-
Every authorized agent must have one of the Certifl.
cates of Agency ; and it will be seen that a double forgd-
ry MUST be committed, before any one can procure a
forged certificate, and the person having it in his pos-
session is equally liable with the forger. No one will
chance ten years in the State Prison, far the sale of a
box of counterfeit Brandreth Pills. at least I hope so.
Copy of certificate of Agency. ,
Security against Counterfeits.
The within named is my appointed Gen-
eral Agent for the State of in the
United States of America, and this letter, which is sign-
ed by me, BENJAMIN BRANDRETH1, in my own hand wri-
ting-must also be signed by the within named General
Agent, whose name will also appear in the principal pa-
pers of the United States. This caution has become ab-
solutely necessary, to guard the public against the nu-
merous counterfeits which are out of the above popular
medicine. I
This letter will be renewed every twelve months",
therefore should any alteration be made in the date, do
not purchase, there is doubt.
Nen. Yori, January 1,1837.
Purchaser ask to see the Certificate of Agency-all
who sell the genuine Brandreth Pills have one, a3 lm
Scald Head, Totters, Ringworms, Eruptions on the
Face, Neck, Hands, &c.-This Ointument.has been used
so longhand is so welland favorably known, thatit isunne-
cessary to say much concerning it. The celebrity it has
gained has induced the proprietor to put it up in a style
commensurat" with the demand, and those who may be
afflicted with any ofthese complaints, and feel disposed to
use itmay rely onitsproving harmless, pleasant, and in-.
fallible: it is put up neatly in tin boxes, and that all who
need may try it, it is soldat25 cents the box. For sale at
wholesale and retail, by the proprietor's agent, N. W.
BADEAU, at the Bowery Medicine Store, 260 Bowery,
N.Y : d5
For advertisement respecting these pills, and the highly
respectable individuals who have attested their efficaey,
see another column apl is'

"HEALTHI.-205 Greene street, neat Bleecker, and
JlJ_ 333 Broadway corner of Anthony street.
The exescises of the Gymnasium are the best adapted,
and the most economical for time and money, for the
p reservation of health and invigorating the constitution
Hundreds of persons of.this city can testify to the bene-
ficial effects from steadily exercising in the Gymnasium.
W. FULLER, respectfully announces that he has
erected in the rear ol his establishment in Greene-st. a
Shooting Gallery. The terms will be made known on
applying as above.
S i....,.: ..-** I'.. .:. taught'as usual.
i t II I. j,,.... i-.., for Gyimnastlic exercisesthree
days in the week, from 4 to 5 o'alack. aS3 m
signed have just received a fresh supply of choice
Drugs, Chemicals, &c. which are offered on reasonable
Muriate of Gold, Extract Acentie,
Kreosot, do Rhubarb,
Quininee. do Cicuta,
Morphine, do Henbanie,
Veratrine, do Belladona,
Strychnine, Roots Marshmallow,
Emetine, do Doggrass,
Piperine, do Valerian,
Chinchonine, do Angelica,
Flowers-Violet Mallow, Rose, Mullein.
Asbestos, Camphor, Castor Oil,
Herbs-Henbane, Foxglove, Belladona, &c.-together
with a large assortment of fancy articles, Patent g i.
rines, &c. &c. FORTEMBACII & MILNE,
fl-.tf 14 tHudson, corner of Reade street.
JUST received a large and fresh assortment, which are
a allowed by Botanists and Physicians to be superior
for medical use to any in the world, cured and put up by
the United Society called Shakers, and for sale by
186 and 188 Greenwich street.
Scull-cap, or Scutellaria Lateriflrra
Bugle Weed, or Water Horehound
Balmn, Boneset, Cattnint,
Horehound, Tanzy. Wormwood, Elicampane,
Digetalis, Cornmon Mint, Peppermint,
Elder Flowers, Sweet Majorimn,
Summer Savoury, Penny Royal, Sage, Thyme, &c.
If they happen not to have an article enquired for on
hand, they will with pleasure procure to order.
The above, with an assortment of about 200 different
kinds of Herbs and Roots, too numerous to particular-
The Cooking Herbs will be found superior to any ever
offered to the public.
Also, an extensive assortment of Drugs, Medicines,
Dyers and Fuller's Stuffs, PaiMs anti Painter's Articles,
Surgeons Instruments, English and American Patent
Medicines, Apothecaries and Confectioners Glassware
of every description-Medicine Chests for family or
ship's use, &c. apl9 lm
Sbe obtained atthe new office, 5 DIVISION STREET
and at no other place a the city. Price t1 per bottle
warranted, apl4 1m*

DR. BIRCH'S NEW ALTERATIVE,for the cure of
chronic rheumatism, chronic affectionsof the liver,
stomach and bowels; syphilitic diseases of long
standing, pains ofjoints,carious bones; all kind of swel-
lings, obstinate ulcers, and affection if the skin, arising
from an impure state of the blo ... It has also been
found useful in obstructed and retained menses. This
medicine is perfectly safe and pleasant to take; it pos-
sesses a specific property and contains the alterative
and renovating properties to such anll extentas to renew
the faculties of the system in some cases a number of
years. The cures it has effected, where the inost cele-
br'utd nostrums have failed, is sufficient to show that
it excels a. .ther before the public for the same inten-
tion. One bottle is generally sufficient to test its effica-
cy, and commonly from one to five effects cure-and
I believe there has been no instance of its failure, when
it has been suited to the nature ofthe case, and the direc-
tions complied with. Price 62 per bottle, or $20 per
Satisfactory certificates may be seen and references
given, by applying to the proprietor, 286 Division street
New York. Orders win receive immediate attention,
I shall only annexithe following certificates at present, to
show its efficacy. S. R. BIRCH.
New York, March 8, 1836.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with the rlieuma-
tism, accompanied with extensive ulcers in the neck
and chest, for 18 months. One of the ulcr-s discharged
five piec(eso f bone from one of m ribs, and after pay-
ing one hundred and fifty dollars for medicine and at-
tendance, without effect, I have been perfectly cured
by using Dr. Birch's Alterative.
WM. STEEL, No. 60 Frankfort st.
New York, Feb. llth, 1837.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with the rheuma-.
ism in both of my shoulders for a number of months
together, and for three months of the last part of the
time, I was not able to fold my arms or raise my hands
to my head-I was under the direction of a number o
physicians, land after using four bottles of Swaim's
Panacea in succession, and spending one hundred dol.
lars for different nostrums advertised in the newspa.
per, without effect I was restored to perfect health by
using two bottles of Dr. Birch's Alterative.
JAMES HINESON, 256 Houston street.
This is to certify that I was afflicted with the liver
compl aint four or five years, and the last year I was
much of the time confined to my bed.
After having been under the care of four different
physicians, put under a course of mercury, and tried
many nostrums without effect, I was made able to fol-
low my plough by using two bottles of D)r. Birch's Alte-.
rative. WM. H. MORE.
Sold by the proprietor; A. B. & D. Sands, cor. Fulton
and William sts. ; andE. and R. Moss, 492 Grand st.,
New York ap4 2aw
%., (successor to J.' F. Thomas) No. 2 Crosby street,
New York, respectfully inforils the friends of Mr. T.
and the public, that he bais bought the business lately
carried on by him, and hopes by strict attention, (hav-
ing a perfect knowledge of Artificial Limb making min all
its branches,) to merit arshareof that support which has
so liberally been given to his predecessor.
569 Broadway cornierofPrince street, directly op.
posite Niblo's Garden, where '.ay iL. ,fundiu alil the va.-
riety and richness of style, an extensive assortment of
Tuscan and other Straw Hats, consisting of the latest
fashions, some ofwhich, never before have been exhib-
ited for sale in this city. The ladies of New York are
particularly invited to call, as it is confidently presumed
they can make a selection that will give entire satisfac-
tion. Being in connexion with a large house, and manu-n.
facturing establishment at Boston, it affords facilities for
obtaining the most desirable patterns at an early period,
and in tlire best style and quality.
apl23weod J. C. WHITE & CO. .
"DR. FAWCETT, Member of the Royal College of
Surgeons of London and Edinburgh, and Memniber
of the Medical Col f Philadelphia, may be consult-
ed every day, Sundays excepted, at 218 Fulton st., near
Greenwich: "Principiis obsta."-[Ovid.]
Dr. F. is encouraged by the uniform success attending
his peculiar method of treatment in the cure of a few
prevalent complaints, which has been confirmed by the
experience. ofthirteen years in a large and extensive
practie, six v ... i" thie 2'tl.h regiment of the
Briltih army.-: .. I I of the happy effects re-
sulting to the public 'rom medical men confining their f
attention to a certain class of diseases, Dr. F. continues
to direct his study to the following disorders, viz .-Dys- r
pepsia, Liver Affections, Ob.tinate Ulcers, Piles, Iernia,
Rheumatism, Ague, Salt Rheum, &c., and all those dis-
eases arising from a secret, destructive habit of incon-
siderate youth, which not only occasions a numerous
train of nervous affections, but also entails on its nume-
rous votaries the enervating imbecilities of old age.-
Whenever an application is made for the cure of a cer-
tain disorder, the eradication is completed in a few days,
andin the more advanced and inveterate stages of vene-
real infection, characterized by a variety of painful and
distressing symptoms, a perseverance in his plan (with-
out restraint in diet or exercise, and without mercury) s
will ensure to the patient a permanent and radical
To married females, whose expectations of the ten-
derestpledges of connubial happiness have been defeat-
ed, it may also be a pleasing reflection to know that by a
proper perseverance in his remedies, the general health
is renovated and the impediments removed; and if
barrenness arise from any cause in either sex, it can be
positively removed on a purely vegetable plan of treat.
nment, not hitherto introduced into the United States.
Dr. Fawcett exclusively professing the cure of these 1
particular complaints, thinks it but justice to himself to
state, that he has been properly educated in every
branch of the profession, and that his diplomas from ,1
London, Edinburgli and Philadelphia, are inlarge frames
in his office, subject to the inspection'of all persons who P
may flivor him witlha call, and certificates from the most ,
emuient of the medical faculty of Dublin, will convince
any inquirer.,
Patients in the remotest parts of the union can be
related successfully on' their describing minutely their
ase, and enclosing a remittance for advice and medi- a
cine. The most honorable secrecy observed in all cases
and medicines will be securely packed and carefully
secured from observation. apl86m

When I was younger than I am now there came
a bald spot on my head, extending from the occiput
even unto the cinciput. It was owing to some fe-
ver, some ague, some headache, or some other dire-
ful cause. No matter: there was the bald spot at
any rate; and as I was not a very old man, a-:id
was not married neither, I thought it behoved me
to cover up the bald spot. I therefore procured me
a wig-a very beautiful wig-the color so exactly
like my own remaining hair, and so conformable to
that of my whiskers, that I deemed it impossible
any one, who was not in the secret, could perceive
or imagine there was any difference. There it set
remarkably well, and the curls flourished charm-
ingly and flowed beautifully upon my forehead and
about my temple. In fine, it was a very fine wig.
Nothing artificial could have appeared more natu-
ral. The peruquier-who had been importuning
me for three years to get me a wig-assured me it
made me look twenty years younger-the rascal!
as though I had begun to look old even without a
wig. My cousin Elizabeth-the saucy chit !-said
I might very well pass for a young man again.
Again! But, pshaw cousin Elizabeth was little
better than an old maid herself. Betty Simpkins,'
the house-maid, said my wig looked for all the
world as natural as life; and my sister Susan averred
that it would pass very well for my natural hair
where I was 'nt known, or where people were tin-
acquainted with the unfortunate circumstance of
my baldness. In short, every body spoke in praise
of my wig, and remarked on the astonishing im-
provement of my appearance.
If other persons, not at all interested in this im-
provement, were so highly pleased, could I be oth-
erwise than pleased--nay, gratified-I, who had so
great an interest in my own head and all its appur-
tenances? Surely not. I was accordingly'almost
in raptures. Blessed be the man, said I, that in-
vented wigs! They cover up one's baldness like a
garment. They hide the ravages of time and dis-
ease. Not that I care a fig about the former, so far
as regards myself. Blessed be the man, I'say, who
invented wigs! I shall now appear, as I ought, a
very youngerly sort of person. Thus I rejoiced in
the nice artificial contrivance, that concealed my
baldness so very naturally.
About this time I went on a visit to some rela-
tions, at a distance, whom I had not seen for many
years. I was accompanied only by my sister Su-
san. I would have invited my cousin Lizzy to be
of the party, but I had no faith in her discretion-
perhaps I should say fidelity-in relation to the se-
cret of my wig. My sister Susan I knew I could
Well, we arrived at Wimpletown, and went to
the house of my aunt Higgins. My aunt had seve-
ral daughters, the youngest of whom was twenty.
five. When I saw them all, together with my vene-
rable aunt in her specs, I trembled for the secret of
my wig. But then, when I considered how very
natural it looked-how nicely its hue fitted that of
nay own hair and whiskers-and especially Ihni
nobody in Wimpletown had ever seen me .-'..r,', .
except my dear aunt and her daughters-an. tt.,.
not since I had become bald-I took courage again,
and trusted that my secret would still continue a
secret even unto the end.
But, alas! how vain are all human calculations
-on the subject qf wigs! I had not been in my
aunt Higgins's house above a quarter of an hour,
when, my dear cousins having retired to dress, my
aunt came up to me, and examining my head very
closely through her specs, exclaimed, Is it possi-
ble, cousin Peter, that you wear a wig ?"
Heavens thought I to myself, how did the cu-
rious, prying old jade find it out ? Surely it is not
put-on wrong. I stepped to the glass, and discov-
tred that its position, owing to the exercise of tra-
velling, was the least, particle in the world disar-
ranged. I adjusted it hastily, and returned to my
aunt, who said, "I 'd no idea, cousin, you were
obliged to wear a wig. But I declare it 's a very
nice one."
"I'm glad you think so, aunt," said I, smiling
out of the wrong side of my mouth; "but as to
my being obliged-"
Oh, never mind, cousin," said the good old la-
dy, "we 're all obliged to do things at times that
we would rather not. And, la! now, your wig is
so very natural that nobody, that had'nt uncom-
meon good eyes, would ever discover that it was'nt
your real natural hair."
Confound your good eyes! thought I, and your
prying specs t6 boot.
Presently my cousin Sophy, who had soonest
donned.hor "best bib and tucker," returned to the
sitting room. "How glad I am to see you, cousin
Peter," said she-it's so very long since I've had
that pleasure. I was a very little girl then-and
people do alter so much. I should'nt have known
you no more than nothing. It seems to me your
hair looks different from what it did."
"Different!" said I, in an evident twitter. Why,
yes, it is," said I, as composedly as I could, "it is
somewhat darker than when I was a little boy."
"I don't recollect so long ago as that," replied
she. "To be sure all hair grows darker as people
advance from infancy to adult age. But that is'nt
what I'd be at. Your hair looks some how or other
kind of queer."
"I'm sorry it does'nt suit you, cousin Sophy,"
aid I. -
"Why, that is'nt it neither, cousin Peter," said
he, "I like the looks on 't very well. But yet it
eems to me somehow, for all the world, just as if
oou wore a wig." '
"Why, Sophy," exclaimed the old lady, "that's i
exactly the discovery I just now made. But I'd
o idea your eyes was so sharp."
Confound the sharpness of both your eyes! '
thought I.
"Not that it 's of any consequence at all," con-
inued my auntHiggins, or that any body in the f
norld would find it out whose eyes was'nt uncom- I
only keen."t .

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"Like yours and mine, 'mother," said Sophy.
"But I'll lay any wager now that tho other girls
will never find it out."
Bridget now entered the room, atmd, to get the
start in politeness, I began hastily to compliment
her on her lovely appearance.
"Why," said she, "I'm pretty much as nature
made me."
I praised her natural curls-though I knew very
well they had been purchased of the peruquier. But
I never thought' she would, of her own accord,
make the like discovery respecting the drapery of
my own head.
"Why," resumed she, I am really very fortu-
nate in having a fine natural ,head of hair. And
speaking of that-"
What is to come next ? thought I-and I began
to feel figetty.
Speaking of that," continued she, "reminds
mne to take notice how very thick your hair is, for
a man of your age."
For a man of my age! Think of that, in spite
of my wig!"
I should think," said she approaching me a lit-
tle more nearly-" I should think-but yet that
cant be, for you're only about twenty years older
than I--"
Twenty years older than she !-the infernal old
And yet it must be, when I take a nearer
view," said she-" yes, I'm certain on't-nay, I'd
lay my life you wear a wig"
Your perspicacity is very great-nay, it's al-'
most excruciating, fair cousin," said I-and I Wvas
,about to return the compliment in relation to her
own head-covering, when in came Lydia, the third
and last of my aunt Higgins lovely daughters, and
my ownsweet cousin: and I was hi.ppi]v saed
from such an enormous breach of calnj-,ri -
Sophy and Bridget and my aunt Shily winked at
one another, as much as to say-Dont tell a word
of the secret to Lydia. Let her find it out if she
can, the stupid thing.
What are you all winking at ?" exclaimed Ly-
dia. "There's something or other in the wind, I
know. You've got some secret that you want to
keep from me. But I'll find it out, you see if I
don't "
"Nonsense Lydia," said my aunt.
Nonsense!" exclaimed Bridget, and
Nonsense !" exclaimed Sophy. -. .
Well, nonsense or not," said the pertinacious
Lydia, I'm determined to ri'.i o .:.i i .: .j'll rrl
me, Susan, won't you ?" i-i.d "h.: ,J.,-_r.in in .
sister. Susan said not a wod. '
"You won't ?" resumed Lydia, then- cousit
Peter will."
I'll see you hanged first, thought I. But I
merely said, in a quiet way, that there was no se-
cret, that I was aware of. ,
Ah, you don't cheat me in that way," laid she,
partly, and at the. same time looking keenly ait.my
head ; I can smell out a secret as well as other
folks, and I'll find it out in pite of your wig.,
At this .word I immediately clapped my hand to
my head. .
Why,. do. you think, cousin Peter, said she,
bursting into a rude laugh, that I did'nt know
what you had on your head ? Why, I saw, the
very first moment you entered imhl r.:....m, itim ),M.
wore a wig."
The good-for-nothing little chit !" said the
mother and the two other daughters: who would
have thought that she had been so keen sighted as
to make the discovery as well as we '"
Your secret is now blown, Peter Wiggins, said. I
to myself. Your, aunt and three cousins have all
found it out unaided by each other ; and in less
than twenty-four hours it will be all over Wimple-
town. For the credit of your wig ih.,-iR:.C-, the
sooner you leave the place the bett.:,' .;', it.r as
short a stay as possible, I packed t1.. in ae,.t., and
posted home again.
Alas thought I, and is a wig ino protection 1 Is
there no such thing as innocently J.,.:-. nar a good
natured world, by the use of false hair. Is not a
man, who has -fairly purchased and paid for an
article, entitled to have it called his own ?
A miserable outset I have made indeed, -u ali
my secret discovered by four shallow women!
But my relations at Wimpletown have the curiosi-
ty of old Nick himself. There's the widow Gib-
son, that I've so often,been advised to marry-
,though I never saw her in my life, nor she me-
they do say she's a woman of sense, and minds
nobody's business but her own. I'll saddle my
horse this very instant. I'll go and seethe widow
No sooner said than done. I mounted Bucapha-
lus and rode away forty miles, to see the lovely
widow. I stopped at the nearest hotel. "Where
does the widow Gibson live ?" said I to mine host.
In that large white house on the hill up yon-
der, about a quarter of a mile off," he replied.
'I thanked him, bade him take good care of Bu-
caphalus, and was about setting off; when he stop-
ped me and, begging my pardon, informed me that
my wig was awry. My wig !" exclaimed I, be-
ginning to look fierce.
Sartin!" said he, I seed as plain as the hair
on your head, the first moment I glanced my eye
towards ye, that you wore a wig."'
" You seem to be a man of discretion," said I,
softeningmy looks and speaking in a blind tone."
Oh, for that matter," replied Boniface, I'm
as close as a clam; and as you're going to court
the widow, mum's the word I say."
I hadn't hinted a word to the rascal about court,
ing the widow.' But as I had no desire to quarrel
with his impertinence, I adjusted my wig very
nicely, brushed my coat, and walked to the house
of lthe widow.
As I had very flattering letters of introduction,
she received me as kindly as I could wish ; amd I
seemed in a very little time to have made great
progress in her affections : inasmuch, that, as I
sat beside her on the sofa, she familiarly played
with my hair. Alas for that familiarity Never
suffer your sweet-heart to play with your locks,
unless they sprout fromr your own head.
Oh, Lord !" suddenly screamed the widow,
at the same time moving to the other end of the
sofa, "if the odious wretch don't wear a wig !"
The case was up, so far as the widow Gibson
was'concerned. I had nothing more to do, there-
ore, than to satisfy Boniface for his discretion and
his care of Bucaphalus, mount my good steed, and
make the best of my way home.

Maidens, said I, are more modest than widows.
I'll court a maid next time. So I procured an in-
troduction to a very fine one, who, I was sure, had
never heard of my artificial hair; and was too
modest withal to pry into the exterior concerns of
a gentleman's head. She pleased me exceedingly,
and I seemed to please her as much. I popped the
question, and she returned a flattering answer.-
We then proceeded to compare ages. How old
do you think I am, dear Hetty ?" said I.
You dont look to me above forty," said she ;
but I dare say it's very much owing to that nige
wig of yours."
My nice wig, indeed This was the last visit If
paid to my dear, modest, incomparable maid.
There is no use, said I. The whole world is
combined against the secret of my wig. But I'll
make one more trial, however. I pitched this
time upon a charmer who was near-sighted. She'll
not discover the difference, said I.
Riding along, I met with a teamster driving half
a dozen corn-fed horses. Haho! mister," said
he just as I was passing him, what'll you take
for your wig ?"
"My wig? you scoundrel !" exclaimed I fierce-
ly ; but presently recollecting there was no use in
beihg angry with a man of his cloth, Friend,"
said I very mildly, how did you discover that I
wore a wig ?"
"Diskiver !" said he, wi:h a grin-"' do you
think Ihaint got no eyes'? Why, I seed plainly,
half a mile of that you had on a wig."
If this blockhead of a teamster, thought I, descri-
ed my wig half a mile off, there will be littleuse in
trying to deceive the eyes of my dulcina, though
she is near-sighted. However, I pushed on.
Being ushered into the parlor of my fair. one, I
was obliged to wait some time for her appearance.
She had a pet monkey, and while I was waiting for
the mistress, I amused'myself by playing with the
pet. After cutting several didoes, the mischievous
animal sprang upon. my shoulder, and, grinning
very knowingly in my face, presently seized upon
mny wig ; and skipping down with ,the quw. k e.. .
'lightning, he threw it in the fire. ..
There let it burn i" exclaimed I; and without,
.v ;, r..,. my dulcina, I threw my hat upon. my
I.- ,j .J mounting Bucaphalus, I rode home as if
Old Nick were at my heels.
It is high time, said I, to lay aside an artifice that
will not deceive even a monkey. Let the paru-
quiers importwte me ever so much, and let my, dear
d .. .r, ,I,, r ;.:d : .h-,t the,' l, I'..
cE ...:. v, L ,i .. i .E R

NEW-YORK, MAY 1, 1837.
TRANSCRIPT is removed this day, from the
cornerof Ann and Nassau streets,' to No. 162 Nas-
sau-stteet, opposite the Park.

boys at school-very much inclined to look down
with the most supreme contempt on them who do
not come up to their standard size-how superior
soever they may be in point of intelligence. Yet
does it sometimes, and not unfrequently, happen,
that the junior outstrips the senior in the race for
distinction; and so it will be with the pennies over
their too proud and too- arrogant compeers.-
"Pride must have a fall" saith an old and wise sas;
and so it will. Were it not for this pride-were it
not for the lordly contempt with which the aristo-
craticsiLpecce looks down upon the plebeianpns&
and that too in, a republican country, we should
never have waged war with the big boys, and cr-
tainly not have rejoiced in the anticipation of their'
downfall, however inferior they may be in intellec-
tual acquirements, spirit and enterprise, to the little
May Day.-May day, the theme of all poets
acknowledged and unacknowledged of all lovers
of nature, greets us again. May is the sweetest
month of the year, for the rich promises it bears
upon its balmy breath-it co mes to us like the first
messenger of joyful tidings to the afflicted; no
voice so sweet as that-it lifts up our hearts
and makes glad our spirits, with that appropriate-
ness which makes every thing lovely, feminine.-
The ancients-represented May as a young and beau-
tiful woman-with eyes sparkling like light-com-
plexion radiant as the dawn, and a mouth from
which none but the rosiest breaths could have
,'xhaled. May is, indeed, full of sweets and de-
lights. Her flowers are the sweetest of all the
'year, the most delicate, the most delightful. Her
verdure is the brightest--hir roses the most de-
lightful. From tree, copse bush, and brier, here,
and more particularly in other climes, the air is
filled with the music of Yl.. -, 1...1 melodists, who,
with. heaven's high vault for their dome, pour-forth
in evanesceht strains their songs of gladness in
tones that have awoke many an echo in. immortal
In the old world, from time immemorial, this
day has been a day of festivity and rejoiping.-,
Miss May is a great lady. There cars..decorated
with garlands, were made for her reception, and
the loveliest maiden in each district, was installed
in it, to represent her: but we are too busily enga-
ged in making and losing money to attend to such
follies; and truth to say, the old world is losing
much of its respect for such by-gone usages, in
the utilitarian .spirit that,is ),r.,a.i],.; so. rapidly
o..r 'l. whole earth. It has always been a ques-
tion whether an increase of knowledge brings a
proportionate increase of happiness. The mind
may be simple that could take delight in such rus.-
tie rnij.:' in,.-,, but it must also be pure.
L.:' ii.q il.. questionn to be decided by itself, we
greet thee sweet May, with that passionate affect
tion that we have always borne- for thee-we
look upon .thee as one of our best, dearest, and
truest friends-whose smile, whilst we sojourn on
earth, will beam upon us with the same mildness

Things in General and Ourselves in Particu- "a oeau005 oein inay-
tar.-We this morning greet the sensible public of even to the last stage of all
New York-to which classification the readers of 'Yme Brooklyn .Murders, 4-c.-The number of
the Transcript belong-from our new location.- robberies, murders, and other atrocities which have
We have stalked from darkness into light. Our been recently committed at or near the Wallabout,
old trn..,.. -.ac indeed a mightily respectable Brooklyn, are to the inhabitants and the public
abode, and did uncommonly well for the past days generally, a matter of consternation and surprise.
of the: Transcript-not for the present. It was in So ..' rrrn i;-,-- have been the outrages committed
perfect keeping with the quiet, gentlemanly tone there subsequent to the murders which were re-
of the Journal under the old school-but now that gently made public, that even the milkmen, who
to its former a .. 'il m- ei l tone is added wit, spirit, are unavoidably compelled t pass the spot in ques-
fored and. intelligence-now that we have fairly tion, have latterly, on most occasions, gone armed.
t re-.j i th-e l..-.. th our mammoth contempora- The arrest of three men on the 22d nit. by A. M.
rNi, an1 -,i- rl n..n to rivalry in allthat can into Q. Smith and Gilbert Hays, as detailed in our pa-
mh- p..i...:-i.J before our friends a daily and per of this day week, appears to have had little or
h .il-.ul t.e, .i .:.f commercial affairs, which our no effect in putting an end to the malpractices
r .: ...:.n poraries have not done-and complained of, inasmuch as no less than three bur-
S i' i:. rth,. putlc all home and foreign inielli- glaries were committed in Water street, Brooklyn,
migence with a celerity unsurpassed-our old quar- last Tuesday night. In one of the three cases, the
.i -. .... i. ,u .u of place as tle Astor Hduse thieves effected an entrance to th, office of Mr.
would be mn'Eighth street, Vadeucar, where they helped themselves to the
We have removed into life, bustle and action key of the chest, and stole from thence a promis-
suited& to ourselves-before us. the Park, in its sory note drawn by Mr. George Thatcher for $172,
1-.r ... ,- Er,,,In.- -.'l... a beautiful maiden in and about $30 in silver. The office of Messrs.
Hi, cri-.:ri,. a, of a'becoming attire. It will David Anderson& Sons, was also broke open on
S ...: ,, '.:-" dayi to settle down in our new habi- the sanie ihight, but to the chagrin of the burglars,
station, and' then we shall bring forward some' of they were unable to find any valuable 'property
those plans which we have been long maturing.- there. The particulars of the third 'case, we ar,-
In the very eye.of the Courts of Justice, we feel as not at present fully possessed of.
if the sacred. ermine were.upon our own shoulders, '. The existing state of things in our neighboring
-and we were appointed to watch over the morals city, is such as t6 leave both person and property
and the interests of our fellow-citizens, and to pro- at the mercy of a gang of ruffians, and certainly
tect them from all who would cuinningly and spe- needs the prompt and energetic interference' of the
ciously prey upon them. The cloak of Religion' civil'authorities to suppress such daring outrages.
shall- not prevent us from exposing Cant nor thd" '. 'e
assumption of 'Doctor from laying bare quackery.- Coroner's Inquests.-The Coroner oh Saturday,
We williknobk dbwn Mock Auctions with theirooWn held arrinquest on the body of an unknown seafar-
hammers; :and pry .into all' frauds, excesses and mg man, aged about 35, who was found drowned
wrongs, and show them up.. at the foot of Dover street. Deceased had a -cru-
One of....., :i -tl.:. friends called upon us the cifix and an American flag imprinted .on his left
other-day, and expressed his surprise that the quiet arm with Indian ink, and appeared to have been a'
Transcript should seek to benefit the community considerable' time in the water. Verdict, 'found
at the expense, of an individual. It does 'seem' drpwned. ..'
monstrouitthat, we should consider the interests '.Also, yesterday, on the body of an unknown
of thousands of more importance than the interest man, who was found by officer Waldron, at Bur-
of onq.boing. Nevertheless we are resolved. Out lig Slip, on' Saturday afternoon, in go beastly a'
friend sought to intimidate us-he might as well state of'intoxication that 'Mr. Waldron was cot)-
seek to hush the voice of the .elements pulled to convey himtno the Police Offide on a cart.
"v"Ul',. Ti ,-.': ,,;ii.-, 0.,,i.:r. a ., ii,. '.,-.s He was from there taken 'to Bridewell, where he
We d. n.:r 1i1 he.r. 1., t n .be aup..r.i...:.J. \Ve do :died the ,following morning. V:ri..m, Death from
not mean to.run a. muck:. nothing vexatious-- Intemperance.
nothing mean-nothing dirty, will everdisgrace the .
columns of the Transcript-no overhauling of pri- Coming to the.point,-The Journal of. Con-
vate character from unworthy motives. Justice is morce, after v:yery .elaborate ,and pretty sensible
our vlpitchword. What then do you say?, Why article upon the causes of the:present distress, says,
"Let the galled jade wince-our withers are unwrung.," "the remnedies-are the next thing to be considered"
A ,public .functionary, who suffers a con- ---do,, soon as you please, Mr.. Journal.
evicted criminal to escape the meshes of the law, M called upnn s 'on
turns him loose upon society, in all human proba- Mr Nash the late Marha clled o
bility'to work more wrong; and he is therefore Saturday evening, and desired us to state that he
not merely unfit for his post, but morally answer&- was not in any ay concerned in gettg up the
ble fo rall the il that may ensue from hismiplaced call for an anti-abolition meeting in the Park, as
lenity Was insinuated in some of the evening papers of
So with an'editor-He has the power to be a Saturday last.
friend or ari enemy to society, and must in some Mad dog.-A boy was bitten yesterday by a dog
measure prove a blessing or a curse to it. The fact in a rabid state,, in ,Hamilton street near. Catharine.
is, great "-hn.gs are anticipated from our little self. Previous ,to this, he, had,bitten another dog. He
Since the recommencement of our career, weha'ge was soon after killed in a yard, where he had taken:
bee .ii,.l '- in i, opinion of .:.rh.r-n.v refuge, by a shot,frpm .a rifle., .It.is time for the
wc .: .1:.-ti;n-l r-i h.:r .. ,: H.-, ...:i. from; public authorities to take measures to rid our city
our f.'s, rm .-i- n, .' -i to akanticipation. .,f mh,, ir ,J r.:. an ir,, L .etterthat the.whole,
CI.ir.'.-. 'I 1", i. lk m e i mbe sm.l:.rinn,', arp l. in. caninerace hul ,,d ..:,. Lu,'imrtc.l, rIhan tbth i o n,-
a v.: r i il ti in. ..e shIall ..tf,.., I dr b.6 p1 ', .:.ur Fll,, ietng should I- a bi.:.t.:..t d t tfh: ef.
erS r,. \\,ll :tir.: asi..- 'cry rmuch..like your big fects of their madnessE. ;'

We have received slips from New Orleans to the
23d, and Savannah to the 24th, from which we
give the following extracts.
From Florida.-More brutal Murders.-The
steam packet George Washington, Capt. Nock, ar-
rived this morning from Jacksonville, (E. F.) To
Capt N. we are indebted for the Courier of Thurs-
day last, from which we make the subjoined ex-
tracts, the first of which is painful and harrowing
to the feelings of every reader.
A slight mistake occurred in our yesterday's no-
tice of Florida Intelligence furnished by an officer
of the Army, which it would be as well to correct.
The Chiefs had come in at Tampa, and not at
"Fort Drane," as stated.
'V rJacksonville, April 20.
Mere Murder by straggling Indians.-On the
8th inst. the house of Mr. Will:am Clemmons, sit-
uated on the road from Alligator to Levingston's
Ferry, on the Suwannee, about twenty miles from
the latter place, was attacked by Indians. Thein-
mates, consisting of Mrs. Clemmons and four chil-
dren, and a little orphan lad living with Mr. Clem-
mons, were murdered Mr. C. was from home at
the time this awful visitation was made upon his
family. He returned on the 10th inst. the second
day after the horrid transaction, and the first inti-
mation of the calamity that had befallen his wife
and little ones, was the desolate appearance of his
home, and then the bodies of his wife and children,
fifty or more yards from the house.-They had
been shot while attempting to escape, asit would
seem frdm the position in which the bodies lay.
They were unscalped.. The children were shot in
the head, and so near were the guns when dis-
charged, that the heads of these unfortunate chil-
dren were literally blown to pieces! And to add
to the horror of the sight, and anguish of the be-
reaved husband and father, the body of the young-
est child, abaobe, was almost devoured, and the arm
of the mother eaten off by hogs!
What a scene was this? What a duty, a heart-
rending duty was there to be performed by the hus-
band, the father! To collect the mutilated bodies
of his wife and five children, four of them his own,
and place them in a corn-house till, he could go
eight miles for assistance to bury the deaa!
Breathes the man with heart so cold, as not to
sympathise with thle afflicted and suffering of East
We have not heard gany thing General Her-
nandez at Tomaka since our last.
From Tampa Bay we hear that between 10 and
1200 Indians are there, drawing ranoiis-that
Oseola and Philip had not come in on the 11thinst.
THE tTINES,-" Still harping of my daughter."
-Not the least change has taken place in our mo-
ney. market and business generally, that has come
to our knowledge. In starting our paper, we never
contemplated saying anything relative to commer-
cial affairs; but the times are such that we are
bound to keep a calander of passing events,-Eve
ry thing appertaining to business, then, is in the
same situation it was a, week-a fortnight-a
month since; and the state ,f affairs here are but a
counterpart of every large commercial city in the
Union. The whole mercantile community in this
country is in the last stage of consumption. Go
they must, although occasional gleams of hope
may arise that the dreaded end may be averted, as
is frequently the case, where the same disea-e is

preying upon the life blood of a single individual.
Speculators, monopolizers, and every other species'
of wholesale gamblers, are destined to be broken
down and destroyed. Yet a new, and we trust a
more honest dynasty will rise from their ashes,
who will do a legitimate business, and bring about
a wholesome action in all branches of our commer-
'cial affairs.-Picayune.
Messrs. L. & F Ferry, managers of the new
Theatre in Mobile, offer the liberal prize of one
hundred and fifty dollars for the best Address, to
be spoken on the opening of their Theatre, which
must be sent in previous to, or on the 25th instant.
The time is short, but long enough, we trust, for
some of our rhymesters to walk in and take the
money. Bestir yourselves, loafer poets.
Important Arrest.-The New. Orleans Bee of
the 22d, states that an important arrest was made
atNew Orleans on the 21st, by one of the deputies
of the Sheriff. A respectable merchant of Mo-
bile, while in the act of departing from that city on
board of the steamer Monarch, was taken in cus-
tody, and subsequently sdcured in the city jail.-
Heis charged with having obtained two hundred
and fifty thousand dollars on fraudulent pretences.
Upwards of fifty thousand dollars in drafts and
doubloons were found in his possession."
Texas Nnws.-A gentleman of respectability has
informed us that the schr. Tampico, from Velasco,
arrived at Pensacola on the 19th instant, two of
the;passengers of which have informed him that on
the llth the Tampico was boarded by a Mexican
armed vessel off Velasco, whose commander told
the captain of the Tampieo that his vessel belong-
ed to the Mexican blockading squadron. The
schooner not having any cargo of value, was al-
lowed to pass unmolested. The crew of the Tam-
pico saw at a distance two other sail with Mexican
flags flying, one of them supposed to be the Mexi-
can man-of-war brig of 18 guas, recently built at
If the Mexicans really have attempted the block-
ade of theTexian ports, which we see no reason to
doubt, a combat may soon be expected between
the. two fleets. The result of this combat will
d,,..,,-,1 ,....be in favor odf the Texians, as they have
n...,*, in i.., vicinity of Velasco four armed vessels,
the Independence, Tom Toby, Brutus, and invinci-
ble. Whatever may be the number of guns and
men the Mexican fleet possesses, the superior bra-
'very of the Texians will be more than a match for

Specie.-This commodity seems to be in consid-
erabl6 demand just at this,time; and notwithstand-
ing the recommendation of our once loco foco
friends of the Era, to abstain from handling "the
unclean thing," the people were as anxious as ever
on Saturday, to exchange their paper for specie.
They are right. The solid chink is as safe in their
pockets as in the vaults of the bank; and in times
like these they act wisely who grasp the reality in-
stead of the shadow.

*Pennsylvania.-The Convention for the altera-
tion and amendment of the Constitution of the
State of Pennsylvania meet to-morrow.

...,_ ', .. Match.-The ploughing match at
General Johnson's farm, came off on Friday with
great eclat. The yellow plough of Josiah Dutche
was pronounced to be the best, 'and the plough of
Minor & Horton the second best, as to structure
and operation. .
V Miss Ellen Tree took her benefit on Saturday
evening, at the Chesnut Street Theatre, Philadel-

Meeting of Merchants in Philadelphia.-Wec
see by an advertisement in the Philadelphia papers,
that the merchants and men of business of Phila-
delphia are about to hold a general town meeting,
in relation to the existing pressure. We hope that
thI y will profit by the intemperance of their New
York brethren, and not mix politics with their bu-

Moran.-Moran, convicted of aiding and abet-
ting in. a murder onithe high seas, will be executed
on the spot where Porter the Mail. robber suffered
death. .. '. '
, To Head Quarters.-A sub-copnmittee from thl
committee of fifty, proceed this day to Washington.

From London March 21, From Liverpool March24
From Havre March 19 Fronm N. Orleans, April 19

Ships St. James, Sobor. London; North America,
Hoxi'., Liverpool; Utica, Pell, Havre; Louisa, Truman,
Liverpool; P'ictore, Doane, Halifax; Inez, Jniies, Ma-
tanzas; St. Louisa. St-arn Nnrlea Chile, agbbide,.
0 i ... ], I B ,,-| i ,, ; G,,, o; r o n,
dor, MeKee, St.r. .,. II.... ,, .. raoniclii.-
trias Powhattan, Long, Havanna; Sonerset, Willians,
Bermude; Athalia, Tilton, La Guayra; Corsair, Ander-
son, Vtalparaiso; Monument, Fisher, Pensacola; Henry,
Gertz, Portland. '
Swedish ship Wester Nor'and, Magnus, 64 ds fin Mar
soitles wine and frait, to P. Grousset.
Ship Al exandor blansfield, Starbuck, fin S AOcean,
with oil, to the Huason Whaling com I .
Ship New London,Theemway,.:Liverpool, March 17,
- ','i I .I.. .e., fm Liverpool, March 16,withindze,
[I ,. I: ,.i,) It ewes, Bremen to C. Mirt' & C6o.'
1 B r..I-I, ,' ," ,.. ,,E wells oI i.-. 1,, '' i ,
'.,: Ill; I ,, &.....1, c., to A | P m '

lrig Uave Branch, Merry, t10 days ln Havana, to
Fignera & Co.
banish schr. Tow, Kordt, 24 d2 fm St. Croix, West
End, with rum and sug.ia, to J. Faulke & Son.
The schr. Cumanche, ar at N Orleans, left at Meta-
moras, 5th inst; achrs Lady Hope, Mechanic, and two
other Amer. schrs. a Sp brig, and a Mexican schr. wtg
cargo. The Mexican armed schr Bravo, Thompson,
was in the Brasses and the remainder of the Mexican
fleet had sailed for Tampico, and abandoned the invasion
of Texac.
The ship Calhoun, O'Neil, at Charltston from New
York, in 20 fathoms water, lat. 33, 33, fell in with a ves-
sel bottoms up, coppered, nearly new, and looked as if
she had notbeen long in that situation, appeared to be
a brig of about 80 feet keel, and a flat floor.

Another sapient measure.-The Attorney Gene-
ral of this State has declared it his opinion that the
bill authorising limited partnerships, for the purpo-
ses of receiving deposits, discounting monied se-
curities, and making loans on mortgages, is un-
constitutional. Three cheers for Albany.
The American Theatre offers an attractive bill
this evening-" Sam Patch, or the daring Yanlkee,'
and "St. George and the Dragon." Few, if any
in the community, are unacquainted with the ex-
ploits of the renowned Sam Patch. His feats have
been made the subject of a play, which, i' at all in
keeping with the character of the individual, must
prove highly interesting. St. George and the Dra-
gon is too well known and appreciated to need any
commendation from us.

We are informed, says the Alexandria Phenix,
that Mr. John Randolph's will, of 1822, by which
his slaves were liberated, has been established by
the Court of Appeals of Virginia.
A Board for the examination of Midshpmen
will be convened at Baltimore on the 22d of May.
Com. James Biddle, President of the Board.

White's Trial.-The new trial, at present in pro-
gress in our Circuit Court, of White, the supposed
incendiary, is one of great interest.
The evidence produced has already changed, in
some respects, the aspect of the case; and the ex-
amination of witnesses has afforded, upon several
occasions, the most striking display of ]egal inge-
nuity. The counsel on both sides, are eminent for
their acute knowledge of human nature.
It is quite an imposing scene.
The trial has already occupied three days, and the
testimony is not yet gone through. Messrs. Mer-
rit and Homans, police officers from New York,
and Mr. Blaney, high constable of Philadelphia,
are now in the city, and have given thdir evidence"
White, the prisoner, sits between his counsel, his
wife in his vicinity, the anxious, nervous, and rather
wild look of the husband, contracts most forcibly
with the patient and almost beautiful countenance
of the wife,, clad in deep mourning. She evinces
a love for the prisoner, which is tinged with a ro-
mance--for it has hovered by his side in prison-
borne with him through the charges of crime-and
seems prepared to soothe him, so far as woman's
worship can go, (and how much can it not accom-
plish ') in the severe punishment: that may be his
fate.- Washington Metro. of Saturday.

Dioramic Institute, City Saloon.-The Messrs.
Hannington's, with their usual enterprise, have
prepared a most attractive bill for this and the two
following evenings; in' addition to their splendid
Moving Dioramas-and the never tiring Fantocini.
They have secured at a great expense, the efficient
aid of Mrs Conduit and Mr. Dempster, who will
vary the evening's entertainments by the introduc-
tion of a most delightful and musical melange, (for
which see advertisement in another column,) con-
sisting of a very judicious selection of beautiful bal-
lads, songs duetts and concerted pieces. With such
attraction as this there is but little doubt that the
house will be crammed.
Legislature, Friday.-A majority of the bank
committee of the Senate, have reported against the
bill for the repeal of the charter of Sackett's Har.
bor bank. The absence of Mr. Sterling will de-
lay immediate action on the report.
Mr. Willes presented a resolution callirtg for a
report from the select committee appointed to in-
vestigate certain circumsta-nes connected with an
alleged sale or transfer of bank stock, by Sc-'tor
Mr. Mason said he was ready to report, the
resolution was laid on the table.
The private associations for banking bill was
again taken up in committee and not disposed of.
In tho HI-louse, Mr. Burrougns gave notice ot a
bill to allow county safety fund banks to purchase
their own notes in the city of New York, at a dis-
count of not more than one per cent.
[Reported fo" their Trainscript]
A flat and a Sharp-John McDonnah, a Tai-
lor, who has frequently done the State some ser-
vice" by his labors at Auburn and Sing Sing, was
on Saturday night arrested at the Five Points, by
officer Relgea, on a charge of having stolen $160
from a regular green country man from Auburn.-
John had only.been two weeks from Sing Sing
when he fleeced the Tony Lumpkin of his cash in
the following dexterous manner. Our Auburn
traveller arrived in the city last Wednesday morn-
ing with a thousand dollars in his pocket, with a
great portiLn of'which he in the course of the sane
day paid various debts.he owed here. After the la-
bors and disbursements of the day, he had $160
left, and determined to visit the Bowery Theatre in
the evening in order to see a little of what he calls
"Life in New York." In the third tier of boxes
he states he saw many very pretty Gals, but as he
thought they were likely to rob him he had nothing
to say to any of h,. -c, in.t walked towards his lodg-
ings, when he uJdern-l)' determined to see "l/ow
life int New York" and accordingly took a promen-
ade through that heavenly region, the Five Points.
In the midst of Cow Bay our Adventurer fell in
with John McDonnah and two companions, who
introduced themselves as candidates for his ac-
quaintances. John soonn ascertained the stranger
was fiom Auburn, and as a matter of course dis-
i.on, f' :. -l h'Iib r a un ': i'.: i h..: and .l:
,.:" im.- Tli ];hr fui'L '_ o u 'a r:.u.h.-, t.e
...I. ,',.i, was p-, It m h.J hsd. I ..ni.l such
t ..rl,:n.., lv ii.:,ia ms-oi.., '.Jmd in. --,iJ on treat-
ing them to suppers and drinks, in return for which
they very kindly robbedhim of his pocket book.
and money.-The loss was soon discovered and as
soon communicated by 'the man from Auburn to
his quondam friends: not that he suspected therm-
Oh no! certainly not, he merely ,told them of it;
and with great sangfroid, they as real friends, ad-
vised him to make application to the'Police Office
the following morning. He did so, and after hav-

sociates, and Relea almost as quickly discovered
conclusive evidence that John had committed the
robbery. Theprisoner. wasexamined on the charge
yesterday and is now fully committed for trial,



High Water- ...... 3 56


WALL frTsaET, MONDAY, MAY 1, l 1 .
Saturday was a cemnoaratively easy day.. For a long
time the week has closed with an increased number of
failures, butthe past week closed without many more
large houses stopping; take the whole week through,
the failures have not been so many as any previous
week for a long time could number. Throughout the
street things appeared to wear a brighter look; Stocks
advanced a little. United States Bank remains firm;
Delaware and Hudson CanalCo. improved per cent;
Utica Bail Road IJdo ; Boston and Providence Rail
Road remains steady; Harlem Bail Road advanced I
do; Mohawk Rail Road 1 do. Boston and Worcester
Rail Road 2 do; New Jersey Rail Road 1 do. The sales
at the board were exceedingly small, and every stock
advanced. Could we but date the return ofcorifidense
fromn to day, itwould be one of the pleasa.itest tasks that
hasefora long time been our lot 50 perform. But as no
steps have yet been taken to bring about a reaction,
what little confidence springs ap we cannot retain, fr
the want of materials to give it work.
The packets of to-day do not carry out much specie
and the smallness of the amount is surprising, taking
into consideration the want of confidence in all kinds
of bills, with the exception of the United States Bank.
The only thing that prevents an immense amount of
specie from being shipped, is the small remittances
forwarded. Although the amount due from our iminort-
ers to England Is very large, they do not remit; which
very circumstance is going to make sad havoc among
the American bankers. Private Bills of Exchange
closed for to-day's packet at 110 a 112, and the drawers
have dwindled downto two or three, whose bills are ta-
ken at all: the dread that is felt in anticipation of the ar-
iival o:' the next packet, which will,without doubt, bring
out a large amount of protested Exchange, puts all pri-
vate bills entirely out of confidence. The two houses
that draw have a small demand, and it fully meets their
wishes. 'The United States Bank has not yet drawn on
their new account, thi conditions of which hardly meet
the views of the President of the bank; specie might
as well go in the way expressed to the Bank as other-
wise, viz : that the Bank shall send out one half the
amount in specie that they draw in Exchanges, by the
same packet. This arrangement takes, just so much..
specie out of this country, without any return. The
amount of bills drawn is paid to bankers in their ewn
country, and transactions to a large amount on this plan
would drain us of considerable specie. The Bank of
England is taking every opportunity and using every
means to get specie from us, and it would not be surpri-
sing if agents should come out from England to get it in
small amounts here and there, and send it home.
Uncurrent money appears to be gradually coming
again into confidence ; the Canal collector at Albany
has given notice that the Safety Fun d Bank Bills will be
received. This one thing alone has had a great effect
in restoring them to their original value. A Bill is about
being introduced into the Legislature to allow the Safe
ty Fund Banks to redeem their notes in this city at a
discount of not more than one per cent, even thisisI
per cent too much. This system of redeeming country
Bills has been brought to such a nicety in New Eng-
land that the Banks only pay I per cent, and until late
ly 1-8 per a6ut was the charge. The Suffolk Bank in
Boston has exercised a complete tyranny over these
Banks, several of. whih not seeing any benefit arising
from entering into such an arrangement, refused to
do so. The Suffolk Bank collected as many notes on
these Banks as they thought would place them in a very
peculiar situation to be obliged to pay for in specie,
and presented them. The Banks, to get out of a bad
scrape, immediately accedes to the arrangement, and
in this manner every Bank has come in to the plan,
which in times like the present, proves to them the be-
nefit of it. And such must be the case in this state be-
fore long ; some city Bank must take up the business,
and carry it through-oblige these country Banks to
keep in this city a specie deposit, and their Bills will go
at par, it is sincerely to be wished that the time is not
far distant when the above plan will be in successful
operation. The large number of country Banks re.
quire it, and the extensivenessof their circulation de-
mands it.
Trade.-The stagnation in business during the past
week, has never been surpassed; at this time of year,
when business should be at its height, every thing is as
dull as July. Once in a while, large auction sales take
place, but such things are of rare occurrence. Another
of out large dry goods auction houses, gave notice a day
or two since, that they should suspend their package
sales. In ordinary times their suspension does not take
place less than six weeks later. No signs yet appear
.from which to form any idea as to when business will
again commence. The bad news from.Europe, that is
inevitable,. wilreach here just about the time business
should commence,:and what little should happen to be
doing, will, we fear, receive its death-blow then.
Dry .Goods.-The package sale of Mlessrs. Corlies,
IHaydock & Co, of 159 lots of foreign and domestic
Goods, was tolerably well attended, but no improve-
ment in prices was perceptible.
Cotton-Operations for the past week have been
extremely limited,and at a further decline in prices.-
Salesof Mobile at 9J'; Florida 81 a 11. Upland 8 a t;
Sales for the week about 1300 bales.
Flour-No improvement is perceivable in the market
-the sales are few and far between. Large quantities
are daily arriving down the river. A slight decline in .
S*- i ...,-Io ..,ut ":*.':m is the only alteration we no-

-l1,e, --inh. .l..u,,.i !. c primeGerman has increa-
sed, and large sales have been made at a decline
prime Red at 150 csh ; good quality at 140 a 146 cash;
sales of Odessa at 1 a 106 time ; amount of produce re-
ceived down N. River since the openingof navigation
April 3d, to April 29th, 12714 bbls. Flour; 1911 bbls.
Ashes; 56 hhds. and559 bbls. Liquor ; 689 firkins Bat-
ter; 200 sides Leather; 140 Hams; 307 bbls. Beef;
22 bbls. Pork; 3569 bbls. Provisions; 81 casks, 8Q
Sb es and 700 lbs. Cheese,
Reecipts of Produce down the North River. Satutr-
day, April29th11, 1703 bbls. Flour, 389 do. Ashes, 413 bbie
Baltimore Flour Market, April 28th.-Howard st.-
The price is $9,00, retail sales in store. The wages
price is 98,26.
City Mills Flour.-We quote at 88a 8,25.
Susquehanna.-Limited sales at 89,00.
Rye Flour is dull at 6 a 61.
Alexandria Market, April 26.-Flour should have
been quoted in yesterday's paper 87 a7 50 from wagons
--'8 50.a 9 front stores.
Extract of alettaer ireceivedat Charleston, dated
Fnavana, April 14.-Commercial affairs are beginning
Irr. I...k tr ilaaqoay iere ore hqumly in expectation
s t..,. lr..a y,."tlkr,.: I,. f., lces of produce have
j..s.. ,lii :, atl; re p'r a,. ..t r.: yellow sugar, 9 a 1l
for w white; t ffeo, 6} a 5*. r "

April 29.
50 shares U. S. Bank.................. 1111
50 do do do ............ 112
25 do Bank of America........... 99
50 do Del. & Hudson Canal Co., 61t
150 do do do ............ 62
55 do do do ........... ..62
20 do Dry Dock Bank............. 90-
35 do Planters Bank, Ten,........ 704
50 do Ohio Life and Trust.......... 92
30 do do do ............ 90
115 do do doe ........... 891
134 do F.rmors Trust Co... .... 80
30 do Mohawk Rail Road......... 58
100 do Harlem Railroad............ 50
50 do Boston & Worcester R. R.. 77
50 do Utica Railroad.............. 103
300 do do do ............ 104
5 do Boston and Prov. Railroad. 89
10 do do do ............ 88
100 do -New Jersey Railroad...... 81
50 do do do ............ 80t
15 shares United States Bank.......... 112
50 do Kentucky Bank............. 51
50 do VicksburshBank .......... 38
150 do do do ............ 37&

On Thursday evening, 27th instant, by the Rev. Dani-
el Smith, Mr. Wil:iain 'Morgan, to Miss Mary .nn, 2nd
daughter of Thomas Truslow, Esq. allof tnis city.
On Thursday evening, by the same, Mr. Gilbert Pot-
ter, Jr., of the firm of Brooks & Potter, to Miss Phebo'
:3rd daughter of Thomas Truelow, Esq. all of this city.

On Friday morning, Mary M., only child of George W.
Sargent. aged 2 years and 9imonths.
On Friday morning. 28th instant, of scarlet fever,
Emma I.e Barou, eldest daughter of Tarrant Putnam,
aged 6i years.
On Sunday) .... .. 'Mr. Edward Heagan, late of
Carlisle. Pa.. .i i L- frisnds and acquaintances
-of the die 'easedare respectfully invited to attend his
funeral at 174 Laurens st. at 5 o'clock, P. M. this day,
without further invitation.

~- THE RACES commence ns, the Union Course,

on Tuesday, (see advertisement ia .,...Oher column.)-
CB- COLDS AND COUGHS.-Our bodies are con- The Rail Road Cars will leave the South Ferry, for the
tinuallydecinlposing and reorganizingtheir constituent Race Course, at 19 and 12 o'clock each day, during the
particles; the decomposed particles are carried off by Races. A. L. BOTTS, -
the blood and discharged by the skin and bowels.- ap29 2t D. HI. BIRANCIL
That whichpasses throughths skinistermedperspira- "OUTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS !-Rearlr, were you
tion or sweat. A stoppage of this perspiration is called .n ever at RICHARDS & WAIT Ki. I-... fash-
.atcin cold, In which case the decomposed particles ionable establisfiment in Cana. i N.. ., tho
etching cold, store next to Greenwich aLt ? Itnot. just call and see the
that should leave the body through the skin, are etain- i, ... .... ,i.i-,-,.;. ,,, fashionable assortment of all
edin the blood, or thrown back upon the' stomach and I ..... .1 i ,-. a, :,.. Only think, a pair of elegant
beh, causing headache, flying pa, ogh. te- dress boots for $2 75, now on my 1rat, and I have worn
bowels, causing headache, flying pamn, coghs, &c, them longer than those I paid 89 for. The merchant,
Such being the cause and effect of colds, it must be ap. the mechanicand laborer canherefind a genuine article
TIarentto every one, that atsuchatimelargeevacuations and best ofworkmquship, at prices to suit their pock-
ets. Ladies, you too can finds superior article and of
by the bowels are necessary, in order to relieve the ahli- ,. ,-;s, variety ever sEi... .: ,p.;,-,er,.r re ,ut and
menutary canalof the accumulation of humors, as well ., jli.ih Then, there is tdi ir,. .. -.. i shoes,
as stimulate the blood to open the pores of the skin. te larices as yocannotmen fai tto ,, .. 1
Brandreth's Vegetable Universal Pills, being an effec- this puff, but you h.veonly'l-.-.r .. v I..

tual ASSISTANT (Ii N 11 1RE, will be found singu-
larly effective in accomplishing this desirable purpose.
Dr. Brandreth's offices arb-PRINCIPAL, 187 Hud-
son street-CENTRAL, 1 Spruce street-BOWERK,
276 Bowery. -
Reniember, no Druggist has the genuine Brandreth
Pills for sale. ap27 luieod

SAL PILLS enjoy the enviable distinction of being
FEARED and HATED by the Medical Faculty, because
they are destroying disease and spreading, health and
consequent. happiness through the length and breadth
of our beloved country.
If there are any persons who honestly doubt thse
truth of the Brandrethian system, we would,- entreat
then to ponder well the following facts:
The food taken into the stomach is converted into
blood, which vital stream, flowing through ll the rami-
fications of the system, not only imparts.stiength, and
continues life, but actually CREATES, FORMS and
BUILDS UP each and every part of the animal machine.
If the blood, therefore, is pure and healthy, the body,
which informed from and supported by the blood, cannot
be diseased.
OBSERVE, 'Druggists never have the genuine Pills.
Dr. .Brandreth's offiHes are-PRINCIPAL, 187 Itud-
son street-CENTRAL, 1 Spruce street-BOWERY,
276 Bowery. ap27 1ne6d
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1.-.. t .:. .,* ai "-performance commencesat8. Tick-
ets 50cents.
The performances will be arranged as follows:
FIRST-Drop Scene, painted by Walker-Destruction
.ofthe Temple of Jerusalem.
SECOND-Dioramic Sreene-Animated Views near.
Plymouth, Eng.
THIRD-Drop Scene. painted by Duke White-View
,of Moint Vernon and Washington'.Tomb, .
1. '*:. -. Mr Lltempster-Some love to roam, H. Russell
2. it. i i., Mtit-. Conduit-Dark eyed one,........ Auber
3. riu..tN r ConduitandMr.Dempster- "Asit
.-r .'." n ad y," ............. ...... Bishop
4. Scotch Ballad, Mr. Dempster-Mary o'Castle
5. f i i r..,i P.. i Forte, Mr. Bassford...... ..... .
6. ."- 1 Mr .'.:nduit-Tell me, my heart....Bishop
7. o- 1ij. J, air. Dempater-O, come with
me-composed by...............M.Mr. Deampster
FOURTH-Drop. Scene, Painted by C. Lehr--Sceens
-on th Rhine near Oberwesse.
FIFTH- Dioramic Scene-Interior of the Cathedral of
Cologne. Splendid Procession of Priests, Sacred Mu-
SIXTH-Drop Scene, Painted by R. Jones-View
near Miqsolonghi, Greece.
1. Scitch Bal ad, Mr. Demipster-My ain fireside.
2. Song, Mas. Conduit-Those tinkling bells.........Lee
3. Duet, Mrs. Conduit and Mr. Dempster-Tho'
S ..youleaeme now insorrow,.........Davey
4. Hail Colon bia, arranged as ,a brilliant Fanta-
sia, fo the Piano orte. Forte, Mr. Bass-
ford,.................. ............W. A. King
5. Ballid, M Dempster-Erin is my home,.... .Maeder
SEVENTI -Drop Scene, Painted by Bengough-View
of London 'frtin m under theArch of Waterlto B'id'r
EIGHTH--Dioramic Scene byBi.g..uj r-i- Th. li,'-r,-i
of the'Nsiades, being a'beautiful S,?,l.-i, I ,,. .' ,
Fairy Grotto, formed of coral, or. irt, L it- uI r. -%,
with thpiascent ofaFairy Palace fI-..m i i- l..... .-..i 111
silvery waters, with attendant Sylphs, guided by Swans
and Dolphins. ,
NINTI-Diop Scene, Painted by Walker-Vestibule
ofthe Templp ofScience. .
TENT'lH-Spendid Italian Fantoccini, exhibiting in a
style hitherto unequalled in America, the Polandler, the
Yankee.Sailor, tI .... It li-n.:.r aod the numerous ca-
persofjoey Gri.,,i.-. in-. I 1. .-, who invariably con-
ulses thie audience with laughter. ,myl St
INY- frnm the foot of Barclay street-
Th'& lAMPLAIN, this morning. t 7 o'cl;ok.
'T lte'i Rir. i.-. iii t r' i s ',i n .r'i;, n -. ... ,:1,.,,. l ,

The SW LL,_'.u rhji -l'-n ii,' 6, n-
T he OH I, i.. ,rr'- ll.rrn.. r a .i...i.
o t i c ea '. l J ., i rn -. i ,i-i _-: ; .: I .. : l ,i l p e c i e ,
or any otht Ki. lt [ L -'i, m nr.- '... pitOe
b oar d th e .i ,.. 1 'e l i "-. nicn.,i ni 1. .n it... ,;-u f the
owners of such goods, f eight, baggage, c. .. I
T HE SUBSCRIBERN have now dn hand at their Ware.
house, No. 327 Boweryj and for sale on very aecom-
modating terms, two hundred,.elegant Sofas, and fifty
dozen Mahogany Cnairs, tintde in the rery-best manner,
I r, ,r..-r,, ,i rir .-, Ir ea nd l tte st fe hion h ich liGr
a .1^ i," il It,,r .ir.t, l -i t s 'll r a ctluia iri-.i." ,it, ,,
i r w n I *: rij ir *
5 f,'l,. n 5,r. : I, .,m lAi." It --: king r .. ,
.1, ,.i.h-,i,- J, irl ITci 1 : I, r i'~,,i 11 '
r,.. r, [ t M", n J 1i h mire' rai' wamcrli. '
"i'i", e r-nI.. t1 t nln'.'',piartElhl,1 is- remli i-hi it Li ,,"
IT I..,, ,i. I i Il.i r i-. riJ'i 11t .t ul ,iteo r f, ..r r..- i.. er i
t -,r. ir, r ar. ,, I rv ,:',i' i..i, ir d i ..i -, i. I .r .
tention they give to their business to umerlt a caontitu-
ance ofiSame.'
.A llor Yk for$'tb n S.' .,il, 'f itrrad .r te.-,y in:.r-... i-,
country vll'be' from-. i, it. .a i.,: ull a ;i ...
.all articldg man'factur.'d h 'inl.-. ili .i' l ',i,' .i
; THOMAS & "iiiN NE Il. .. .
u ml2w*

surprised and delighted. 'It vat s specifically on the
urinary passages, and from its tonic properties tends to
strengthen and improve the general health. The fol-
lowing is worthy of reading :
l Williamsburg, Jan. 9th, 1837-
Dr. Poett-Dear Sir-I have tried the mixture you call
Poelt's Specifc" in very many cases. and Iny candid
opinion is, from your improved and unique system of
treatment for the peculiar complaint, it cures with great
rapidity, and with a certainty I never before witnessed:
but what I consider its most valuable property to ,be, is
that it entirely eradicates the compiaint, and never
leaves the too common residuary ,. .1 .... ,i.. -,
the patient for years) which often ., .. r. u..
cines generally used. Your Specific must I should think
soon be preferred to all others. Look upon it as next
- *impossibility that any failure can happen where it is
used. Dear sir, yours.truly,
For sale by appointment,I by A. B.'& B. Sands, 100
Fnlton st. ; Wi'. Horevil, cor. Ganal and Hudson ; Bur.
net's New York Chemical Hai, 35Si-xth Avenue ; .J B.
Noners, f r.:.j ,J 7... 63 Bowery
cor Wale.-. F I i api5 S3t

new store, 232 Caal st. mte next to Greehnvicn st., to ue IILKS SILKS.!. SILKS !! !-MILLER, & SUTTON
satisfid and even amused with eir immense assort- D0 177 Spri,.g street, have just received a package of
oens n display of fashion; Don't u aistakti-RoIGII- o 1- ,e t aleloe', black, colored, and fiurned, Poult de
ARDS & WAIKER'S two establishments, No. 28S, or a .. .. : i ..ducedprlice ofseven shillings and six
at their newstore, No. 232 Canal St.store r-t. C.r..I-a- pence per yard, It-., ,, 1.;. 1.i .. i ..lored plain
wich street. '.'- n'" silks oi every sty i..,. i lt.. i .
N B--Thie lowest price invariably asked asd no
G 'have just received from auction, 2 :...I : ..i i.-', ----
on Cambric Hand rtiief., ai the d I.....I ." i r. LOTHS, MERINO SHAWLS, AN' i1' -\ :.....
1..11,.. .. : ,ii ... -,';.:. X. .;,, .: .. ... I n ...r n assorttm ent ofthe above named -i. I. .r .
I. -.I 1..I .' r 'it, it ..... i .,prices, at cheap by MILLER .i.
,- ... S.i spring sts. ap2g/Ilmn ap24 Im 177 .-pring street, cor. Sullivan.

POCKETBOOK L.OST.-On Tuesday evening inIHuld- "ARASOLS I PARASOLS! PARASOLS !- !A good
Lso s street, above Canal, a yellow pocket book, con- L assortment of plain and figured, very cheap, at
S.,.': 'i. papers ofno use to any buts the owner.- MILLER & SUTTON'S,
Sii .. I Borle is written inside. Whoever brings ap2 It. 177 r... Sullivan at.
the pocket booktowthis office, will be rewarded for their 'TfOCTGtt SUTHERLAND. .i'l ........ his office on
trouble. ap28 3t* .j the lst of May, to No. 10 Park Place, where be may
., ,., ,. .-MILKMEN'S BENEVOLE.T atall times be consulted .. ..
..-..i i n.,... ,, at the .. i. l,,. ..... Affections ofthe Throat, rl -" j .... ,,. .. n
', .., st., ..,. .. ions and Nervous diseases of all varieties-to which the
.,.... F ,-, t%. ekoff was appionted'Prs idern clergy especially, and literary men in general are liable,
and David S. Mills, jr. Secretary. it was unanimously and, which e has so uecessfuuy teatedi for several
Resolved, That foe the present, as feed continuosto I'I I '., 1' i ".I i r. "ir;. : I'..i .in in which
1.. ., l;. the M ilkm en will be co i elle i -, tl-,,- i 1 i s.. ,i ,i '
" elortheir, iilk; but ifthe feed i ., I, l' -. ;- ia ,.- ,, 1l ,: l I.... i .l.,I i-ta, ,u
the milk is raised should decreaeein value .. ,,. teslinonials of the 'li: .. r 1 .... 1 ..r ,,,.
can sell their milk for 8t6 perquart, they .l ,, frotn Individuals of', .n .1.i,, ,. ,,. ,
sure reduce itto that price. ld anaiong them th: .' h., 1. i.i. i. I.
They are well aware, however, that milk can be hail TO T't'. eUsItA.
for 6d at the present ittne, but not wit',t.., I.,;. . -,. New York, Mtareh 27th, I537.
crdi, sand that which is raised upon i. ,.1 I have been long acquainted with Dr. Sul nerland, and
Now ift.he-citizens that do get milk for 6d. pEer quart, hoie the utmost cotfidtlce in his lr.- -l .. .I..
I,. .. iquiresor call over to the Wallabout distil- intreat iagdyspnderiand sinfcer lmay be entire.I ye.
L; a..h,, and some I i.. -nti seaffering under its intluenco,e ay be entirely res-
what mannunr theirix-peni.,, r .... '.' ,, tored to'health in a very short time, under his care. I
sbet-eii -., 'L,-,i.. -.,, -a -. ,.i ,'n ,i n ..ood healthy speakfirom experience, having been afflicted with that'
nilk -.1 r .... .eal and hay. dAsease lor 15 years, tried various reisedies, and found
u 3-t .. limDi. ., ..me o ay. -ermanent raeliefonly under the treatment of IDr. Suth-
E ie ins erland,to wim I ulEr I .... II .1 i.. i.[,-iI
N EW CHIN ANt r,(i \ -I.,li n',. ... CHARLES 1Iu..-li1 N ; % I ". umi.,..',,. I
street.-Ilhi.Hil. s. M)Li.L i' ..., -.,., D New York, April 4th, 1837.
i'.,. 11, J ir I' ll- ..... .. DearSir,-It i now,as you are aware, about sixyears
a,., :., ,,... ,o, ~-- i *', fi, .- ... I since I received'reatmnenta't your hands, fora derange-
S, i .,,,, tie newest and most appro, meit of the digestive organs or dyspepsia, with whichI
vCd I ..1 .-.i,,-i;- l.. be met with in thiscity; and had been troubled for many years, and for which I
:,, ,,.. .., .. ..-n-.:I. b the principal sought relief in the whole catalogue ofdrugs invain-I
,I,..,..-... :,.l ,-L.r. tr .- .. ', r are enabled however found it in your novel remedy, and all subse-,
,. -, .1. .0 i .- ; u .-...,a .i,. i. -,_o ( -i -'',, ,. :,.. '. .:.i n', h lithen form ed,
l!.i .I', l, H ut... -.,.. i : .:.uid find it to I ', .,, r ... .. ,, rf that willgive
I,,:,, ,,I.,, I-,:,. I. U .. 1.l,', .- 1 ai-i n 1 lir purchases "''."-"- '- r':. e""'"- 1I ', m t -l a thorough
,,, ,..-., o, a ,. i _. are deter- .- I.. .~ .., ,,,
.....,... I j,',v ,, .i "., r ',. tronage. -r -_ .i- rl,,I,,li ,, ,
French and English China Dinner Sels. .he experiment. Your ,ai. I [ i'
Liverpool Dinner setts, blue, brown, purple andgreen. ap27 2w No. 8 Pearl and 57 Front ats.
Fancy Stone Dinner Selltts.
Whilteand.GoldBand China Tea Setts. 't IIH. FD. TURNER, Agent for Beakwith's Pills
Common China and Liverpool Tea Setts, various shapes I 1'0 Broadway, New York.
andpatternes 1 1 S31- SMy Dear Sir-1 send you' a ltter from Dr '
Rich Cut andPlain Glass,of alldescriptions. I .. a p'r, ,., ii r i i
I ..* l l -r,.. .li n aJ] s. a. .: I i ,, .- a ..e hI i, i I:,i i5 sr, ., ," ,I il -
.1 n, *:al 1. .. L ., -.s, nin. a -T I &T '. ,,,, ,- i ,, ,' ,n, 1 i -
ir'ii',r, ^ t- ei6t-niGL~'ru.- ur.:sr' K- t'.L.'Curtain 'a i-a,- ,ef-, ,i, -:r -. '-. ue fr ,.nl' '-".. dof
Pins&c. ap271mis ,l,, i .I,,. '.... t ...
al. C IafHE-l -1. ;rao 1iil. Ai Winship's Patent.Kiln Ja., h N C AriNO. BECKWITH,
A_ P-r,-..i aui.-. a'," *.-,"., -..j any match ever before Raleigh, N. C. April 23, 1837
in' imn-.L mItir.cu ridiianl i thi-&ale by JNO.D ECKWITH, M D.
A P SIANDS, I'ru)s,.., 100 Fulton. corner of DearBir-Iconsiderit a J,a ,1.:1 I. ..- ',e
Dealers ar sreoepio tfimly invited to cali sd t examine ss.y
them, and rasfy thlvo of htoir superiority oer epi, hich occ urred in i..,iit. i11, vjanlv
eveay other mat"h ever manufactured. ol tf I .: l '.l-l, ... Dyspepsia'ca I. Pro
I-inBr,'-in.y"repadl-. A ..N ,:.r,
("Ii.- t-- i1n 1 3i iill3 lt' -II.IIPER & BROTHERS, '. ,t n-" .r, '-ia, i' ,,,', ,:,r,.- -:'-t ',,
seied syith ,lI aIm "c "-' lt,. ,. ,
N.. hi t- r ir .in -It' ,i' t. e"iClassicalLibrary," sies, and i', ,- l- i- -,,..- ., ,, ., e, i ,i j
noW, extending to 36,volumes, containing the best trans- cently taken, with a large quantity ;of watery fluid.-
lations of the ,following authors :- Having at that time practised medicine in this State for
Xenopihon, Ovid. twenty-five years, I had treated a great many cases
COwetr, Herodotus ....i but this case of myson was so obstinate
E 8chylus, Pindar andAnaoreon, ..,Io r.Il -.r~* as to rebist l tho r I.u l r. .,.. ;. I
Horaceand Phzedrus,. Sallust, then resolved as a dernier re .. .. .1 'Ia., r., 'al
ivy, ir o your Anti-Dyspeptic Pills. I ....:..l..I., t-.. I ..,,,,., '
uveal and Pers Eurpides mend giving him one pillafter every meal and when,
ue ost en e, Thucydides, nocesoorv to prn,-ure a regular action of the bowels,
r'ic Homer. r,,.. i i .-. l.I-..- H e began to ini|..... i...i..iJ, ..iy
iT.. "I. -':, 1 i 1,,-r, r. hboxesof pills, I., ..-, t ., .0
For saleat all the Bookstores, ap 19-tf blihed, and .his strength and complexion greatly im.
rpWELVE THOUSAND'CURES IN A YEAR 11-Use pro raped. I is now in his tenth yen,,. 6,,. ,, ar
.L the right medmicines and be cured !I-Ye who ie have goarpd. J E. S 2 .... L '1
suffered,.and are weary, of suffering. and tired of paying Beauforrt; N. C. March 20, 1 37.. p'27 o"
fees and submitting to experiments for the removal of tR. MARSHALL'S TRUSS.-HERNIA CURED --
1.. 1tu 1.., .:4Go norrhea or "'', such as Gleets D Persons afflicted with Hernia may now be assured
S I .-. Wh ites, and ye who in edis that by ;the proper application ofh thisTruss they may
gule are ,nd j .-, ,n,- ,l t ,, i hopesrof obtainaa speedy and efficient cure.
core, are I,1 1.i 1il-' n -. i, base me- The American Institute at their late fair, October 1835,
wcose tfailurei lt raically removing every vestie of awarded to this Truss, the sole in'eniurn.
sucho .flur I r ally .m..o.g every vs-cde o- Tie committee of eminent surgeons'appointed by their
such I. .. .... ,, i ,, -.'" ", r ", Mechanics' Istitute, at their late Fair. held at Castle Gar-
J .' .. .I den, having reported ...'1 i]'i... I i, 1 ..i .,
I.'n I. ,, 'i ,..- ,l Lion awarded for'the : '...... 'i-
agent .. ,,. iti.',,. I I',. IVi ,i" ''" I '-u ''-r Inapplying trusses for the cure of Hernta, we have
the us, 1 ,ij ..ii. h,-r LI.'I,' L. i i. i, every variety, of structure-froimn the emaciated to the
himself, i" r" t i most corpulent habit to suit ; anld a pad; convex or con-
Forsahle *i,.-. -:. : '. i ,.1 '., A. B. & Sands, cor cave, permani ently fixed, o l...... i, .r. ,- ,,. .tasuit
Filtona sm n i 1 ,it. ,, I, MiI. l r + C 'i indisicrim inately in every .... .. .. 'i1 na
Dey aid li..i .-...- 1 r. v i,-,'I fl hyperson,- like a glass on a cushion, wi draw from
OsborI, :. It. .. .. ...ii.'n; T. R. Auniu, 15 the centre; and the convex pad on a lean person will
Csaruioni-e s ', i..f:,,. 1,.d and Baowery ar press immediately Into the ring ; sothat in both cases
IHenry and Pike sts. W. Forbes, i the rifices will be kept open, and should the rupture be
.. ... ii,. ,..i. N- .., i" -, ,, i! ,Ii ., ,h' retained, producing incalculable mischief.
S,,i. pi.. r I -,,, In the truss now offered, all thcsc objections are re-
r! m I.: ... r i er- m oved o., ,r i,.. r,, .i, .i i. 1 ,,I o ening in
1 I ; .i pll i... ., 1,i ii bladder the back, tlio ,. ,,, ,' I ,- ,J .r unpacked
i. ,,,,J ..: ,....+.,-.. ., ..., .-|.,: ._, ,-. ,. ,,. ; at pleasurc.,.,.. ..... .,11, .1 ..-.. .... !....:,;.
ty ore convexity l whih may' ,.on iy, ..ay .:i.
,l i I n .' it :[ t .. -n in ,I a on the slightest pressure in the centre ; and in the se-
; .. : b y th e ,. : ,. ,, ,. .. .,,J .,u ,; b y a
, .. .., .,, I.: .lrpi,. J i r, I, al dis. -ai "inJ Ki'I -, h'. "I. ,i.y it .j,. a ly b e
, .,. J I1..: i i, 'il r. rit.:. L., i r 1, produce thrown in any direction and iad'- fast with screws for
I, ..... ,P., p2653m1 that purpose, making an invaluabMe acquisition to :any
person afflicted with rupture.
.,- i ita i. a il.,. IN il,,in K(CI.r Pii.' ..iut1 t in consequence of the incereasing demand for these in-
st ruents,DR.MARSHALL, has removed his office to
S1. I, h til i..- -r,,, the more central location, No. 121 Bowery.
ti n iIr ,ll tIj., ln .,, ,* I, *' i ..lIf -. 1i', ui _,. o ,li ne I. ,ad,..l:= i,:.1 .. i ....L N 1.5 I 1 M .
ill.. ,,I 5L r. M ,. ,
p...I\I.N'N J tit r.iN;.I \ fLt _r-f -- ..a, ,.Iau ,,i u5, ,
.'ist i. s ,rJ Cit.l..i.Jll .1 1I'., s u.' ,, t T .I, j'l,.l u. II, I'. I... ,l ;.i i .,l'u l;,s l ir
., HAR. i. I.R ,tG TTING, .l,.,y .,O,.L .it, lfi.. 'l ,.irse. Sinl,, '
N o. '.' .. r., 1...,-r 1. .: Z,..].,;,.. r Institute.' -' r.' B lt ,'l N & il it r,
ap4tf ap 13lm' 6 Burling Slip.

20..UgiJUUU UINE RED DROP-Celebrated for tha .
cure of Venereal. The proprietor and original inventor A 0/\f TO 5.000 DOLLARS WANTED, nn bond
of this truly wonderful and celebrated Red Drop for the 4 .1.J1 and mortgage. on unincunbered Real Es-
cure of every symptom, form and stage of that destruc- tate in the lower part of the city, worth more thii dou-
tive malady, venereal disease, deems it his duty to cau. ble the amount. Any person having that amount to in-
tion the" public against purchasing his highly rized and vest. will please direct a line to M. S. at this office. N.
now unlversal specific, at any office except 1Dane st- B.--The interest will be paid punctually halfyearly.
It is a lamentable fact, that no sooner has a physician by a27tg 1t
the laborious study of years, produced to the world an- -
effectual remedy for the alleviation of human suffering, REMOVAL.
than crowds ofunprincipled and illiterate mountebanks D OBERT LOWE, Card Engraver, has i,-moved to
conmuence tacir wicked and odious trade, by pouring IL- No. 146 Broadway, corner ofLiberty street.
upon a confiding public, some vile and destructive trash Visiting Cards. Bills of Exchanes.
for the genuine article. Dr. Hunter has never (until Cards at Home. Bills of Lading.
now) appointed an agent in this or any other city in the Cards of Address. Notarial and ee i Seals.
Uniled States, for the sale of his Red Dron-and again Merchants Cards. Silver and Brai-s Boor
warns the public that it can only be had at 12 Duane Bill Heads. Plates.
street. Gonorrhea, gleets, chancres, bubos, seminal Coats of Arms, Crests, and Ciphers, engrai 'd with
weakness, eruption on the skin, ulcerated throat, nose care and despatch.
blotches. pains in the joints, mercurial diseases, affec- An apprentice wanted.
tions of the bladder, postrate glands and uretha, are cu- r- Two offices to let in Broadway-enqui e as
red in a few days, by the use of this celebrated remedy, above. apl5 It '
without confinement from business, alteration in diet,
drink, or the least change in the habits of the patient. It TUST PUBLISHED by W. SANDFORD, 29 Ann
has an agreeable flavor nnd smell and can be used with- street, the following tales, by Mrs. Opie.
out danger ofbeing exposed-it has never failed in cn. The Fashionable Wife and The Father antd Du hlter.
ring. Unfashionable Husband. The Quaker and the Young
The g-nuine Red Drop c-n be purchased only at 12 Madeline. Man of the World.
Duane street, two doors from Chatham street, and at no The Mysterions Stranger. A Talo of Trials--told to
other place in New York. One Dollar per bottle. m.r ,-..:.- is against her. my children.
Office open front 7 in the morning, until 10 at night. l h.. 1 The Confessions ofan Odd
myl tf The Brother and Sister. Tempered Man.
T0 THlE PUBLI 1.-The subscriber, having received Adelis Mowsbray. Thie Rufian Boy.
two several judgments against HENRY COULTER E Mrdee Vill Out. The Welcnie IHomne-or
in the Court of'Common Pleas in this city, and being The Revenge. The Ball.
unable to obtain payment of the same from said Coul- The Orphan. The Mother and Son.
ter, herebv offer a liberal compenRsaion te any person A Soldier's Return. Lady Ann nd Lady Jane.
who will give information to the subscriber of any 'heUncle andTNephew. Austinandhis Wife.
available outstanding claims which said Co.lter may Love and Duty. A Woman's Love.
have in this city or esewhere.wm The Death Bed. A Wife's Duty.
May 1 3't B. L. SIMPSON. 93 Broal st. TheBlack VelvetPelisse. The Oppositle-. ..i
Illuatratiens of Lying-in Love, Mystery ... "I
STEAM POWER.-Steam power with the tour lotts of all its branches. station. ap27 lw
the brick building. No. 32 Gold street. may be had
separately, or together, if applied for on the Ist of Say.
Apply en theppremises. nyl It TUJUSTICE JUSTICE !-DR. POETT'S justly cole-
App on the premises brated SPECIFIC cures 99 cases in 100, in a few
EMOVAL.-DOCTOR FAWCETT has remover his days. The very first dose affbrds such relief, such
office froth 218 To 210 Fulton st. myl 3t ease from every painftul symptom, thatlthe patient is

Anmuse someaas..

SST- THffS E 'Vii.NG, ewit bepresentsed
Moussea ....... ............... ............ Mr. Keeley
Sulie...... ........ .... .... .. ..........MrS. Keeley
After which'
Don Giovanni-............................. Mrs. Keeley
Leporello-..................................-Mr. Keeley
To conclude with,
1D3- Doors open at 7 o'cectt, periormiance ommuien-
ces a 1-_ ,past 7.
t THIS E VENING. will be presented
Sam Patch ..................................Mr. Marble,
To conclude with
St. George ...............................Mr. W oolford
The Dragon..............................Mr. Needhamo
Kate of Coventry........................Mis,. Waring
23"- Doors open at half past 6, and performance will
commence at 7- o'clock. Boxes 75 centa-Pit 371 cents
-Gallery 26 cents.

Da- THIS E VEI JING, wicl be presented
Se m ... ........ .................. ..Mr. Blan ard
Hyder Ali .................................Mr. Cony
After which,
Goodluck............. .................. Mr- J. Sof,on
To conclude with
Jemmy Twitcher.....................Mr. John Sefton
I3, Doors open at 60 oeOGK, an(. tne perlormaance
commences at 7 precisely.

AMEROrAN "1artrTl'M-E'" ~-irn- F--eriments
byC ,' ,. ,' ,1 i m, a r agical
display, scientific illosions, aind apparent supernatural
powers are unsurpassed Dy those of ainy othe. r i,.. ; 11
in the world--willgive a series of his highly:.., .. ,,.;
and popular entertainments in the Lecture Rioom of
'" i" [ I-'" '" -." ,, ora shorttime,couiv -
S-': i i ,, 'sentcrtainments to'
l,, .' .. .. r ;,,. I- ar -' o c E xtra-
,, ,, ,,,_ themost
-i-l i' ii i '-. made on an entire new
principle, without a single ucklde, admitting the most
costly and brilliant ornaments, and at ihe s'ae time
applicable to the most conimon articles in use. This
elegant harness is for sale.
Sp-3-r Deposited for sale, a collection of about 400
most beautiful birds, mounted in cases.
Admission 25 cents.-Children under 10 years, half
price. apl0

Land I-.ii. r of the Fine Arts, Broadway, opposite
the City Hii
turned from the south, and hrtv tsvlt r -trans-aoipts to
exhibition the Museum for a fs ... .. n.. ,'
W ..- I .,,n Lr,. n',,, ..I. of ian: ,,, i i[ 1 1,, Z .c ,11 1 1.
to..L --:.: .,1. Cofti, wilth vhom they re-
malined-j.,ui \ r,.. n"-.- ....e which time thoy
bave be:n .... l.. ..... .. their own account.
They or- .... ,- ,, .i. .... ,: and are ex-
tremely interesting, amiable, and ,. i : their deport-
ment, and converaunt on almost every topic. Such an
instance ofTwo United bodies has never bhen previous.
ly presented to the philosophitc enquirer, and may not

Lr i.'ii I i'. parative Pireatl d.-i t, will ex-
-.,L..i ,: p ,- i .-.. i n'-ie Brain. ii i, maybe
.I.., i,.. \] ,.,, for a Description of charac-
ter, &c.
Major Slovens, (the American dwarf,) the smallest
man in tis country, is only 40 inches ilI 1..- I.I "i;
poundsaweight and 32 years of ace, cuts ., i',. ,
nesses in profile.
I G ,-,..,.i r .-_ J. .,,, .,,.. ,,.,,i, of Be ugal, 14 feet in
len. I.J mi.,, u, -1-. i. that it may be handiod
by tihe most timid.
Admittance to the whole, 25 cents children under 10
y ears, half price. ap3
Ni. 'A MOVING DIORAMAS, City Saloon, oppa.
-.. '- 11 j Churc.h, Broadway.-The public are res-'
pectfully informed tha the above popular and ftashiona.
l. l '. r ailuselnelnt is now open, ol a much larger
S .. l. 1 rinerly, with a new seL ofiMovitig Dioratmic
Scenes, by the best artists. The Sialon has been Oen-
tirely refitted bfor the corifort of the visitors, and splen-
I .. ..1 the ost complete, and
i ., ms in America. No ex-
,,re- r, t.. .. ,,, .' ,, l, ler the Dioramas attrac-
tive, moral, tite, astig and splendid. The scenery has
been aintod bj Messrs.
Jone, "-i .
Si._. Lehr,
-.: I and others.

i The faithful rereesentation of this melancholy event
h1, t 0.: i-. .-. ii : most intense interest to a very larger
i.i f-,,tii. ,-'- ,udimelcO onits first represeniation,)t
.will be repeated this evening, with the following attrac-
I-ANIMATED VIEW near Plymouth, England.
Amonm the Drop Scenes are
Mount, ,ernon, by Duke White
V,.. al rh.V- i..,.-, by C. Lehr
C.. r,,-.i o.. by P. Grain, son.
S:*wir. r *:-iii ,.: MTaid of Cashmere, by H. 'Sewel
View of London from Waterloo Bridge, by Bengotgw
View near Missolonghi, Greece, by R. Jones
Tomple of Science, u by Walker
Boxes, 50 cents. Parqltetteand upper seats, 25 cents.'
children, accompanied by their parents or guardians,
h a l f-p ri c e ,. r.
Donorsc pn at performancee conmience at 7 o'clock.

ts-OUR GREAT METROPOLIS.-Just published
ly A,. GREENE, No. 1,Beekman street, "A Glance at
New York," embracing in a snall neat volume, a variety
ofinformation of interest, both to the citizen and the
stranger, not easily to be found elsewhere.
LLiterary Notices-" It is a clever little volume, roplete
with local' information, enlivened by a vein of shrewd
humor. It is well got up and excellently printed.--New
." An octodacimno of 260 pages, lively and entertaining,
touching ratherfJu-i.. ... I ... ..-,ntly upon the most
prominent feature ,r ,. u ,..1 ini this great city.-
Com. Adv.
There are many interesting sketches in this voltune,
I-.--..t.i' i.* varied movements and doings in this
t i if. ,.ger. '
I tj.?.,e i otiri' while away An hour, Anid at the
thlne tl ,.-,' to know something about our busy
city, eti ,l.., little book,, with which they will be
much ploased.-*b.
i ; .,- ,, e th. r, .of the work concerning
I.nr.',,. .r"-] i i I iletropoliif' and is more
S' .,I.. ,". I convey so much infor-
M i, -q-Er.. "
P a; t,..I. ,,.. ppanion for the slesin-
boat or rail road ais ally thing ot the kind wo know. To
the entire stranger, icldeod, it gives more information
about the city than any other work of its size-N"eew
Era. ip20 is,
Lsreee.-t-. C. MARI H'I Course of Ihs-tructlon.-
The student practically op0ns, conducts, closes, and re-
,opens a set of partnership accontS ; he becolues fanmi-
"'liar with the various account books from actual use or
reference, with trial balances, balance sheets, various
mercantile calculations in equation of payeuits, dis-
count and interest, exchange, ansurtane, dry. Ac. Thus
the course of instruction becomes a enurse of practice,
preparing the pupil for almost any emergency, by anti-.
(.,.,,ii',-; Ill,. .ilr ,,ii r', I 1 ,i lOrit to the snbjectk -
a t',.: r .. pa- ...'. *' house before the diver.-
sifted business which is introdteiced to the pupil hl
weeks, could under his notice.
,, "Ad.vrtiser's \Works," for ale at the Rooms and die
"The Soience of Double-entry Book Ke...,,, -,,.. .r,
fled."-A standard work, in itsa fitllh ecu -..-i im p u.
octavo; price 81,25. Thiis book is introduced into the
'New York public schools, in preference to any other
on the subject.
The Art of Single-entry Book Keeping, improved by
the introduction o the proof or balance." -130 pages oc-
taveipricea.75 cents. By this method, the great defect
i- h, i. 8i b .i I, I : it *-- I t n :ta it- t rii is correct- .
,.' ., ':'.'u ,iii. k -]' i., 1,: ,-ml e.' [1i be proves ,
ti m r 1 ue1. ., d t-.r '.i r *. a*r. ii t.- -.un s trec.
...,.- -i i, d.-., '.'airy. +' ahp 'ldi

'VL Al I1 L dItLT aIN--That no one can live without
FOOem-7 'a -t. .'. D'r--Thlitahad-,not BnANiRTrstme
Pa.L a b..-t g:...-., the DOCTORS and DRUGGISTS,
would never hay COUNTERFEITsED THEMs. a3 11i

Arettons Sales.

Store No. 206 Pearl screwe

A general assortment of fency goode. i
N. B.-AU mal 0s of urnitur troeeries. and out door.
Sales of all descriptions attended to in any psart of the
city. Persons ewishmig pales, can leave their ordersat
the store 206 Pearl st. or at the residence of the senbscri-
ber. 78 Forsvth st.

ROA) CO.-lereby give notice that the
Wef Track. at Union place, is now cow,
Splied, and that the Cars of this Company
SC _: ..will run as follows,iduring the Winter, viz.
From Sunrise. during the (lay until 6 o'clnek P. M.
every 20 minutes.
From 6 to 10 o' clock P. M. every ful hour.
Fare to or from Prince street to 42d street, 6 1.4 cas.
4t 't th 6 (1 1-4 "
Priice 6th 12 1-2 "
Fare atier6 ocl'ock P.M. and also on Sundays 11 1-S2 ts.
for any distance.
ly order of the Board.
A. C. RATNETAUX, Secretary.
Now York. DPe.etinhr 19.1836. d21

'to l l-T onos suitable for iechranisal pnr-
1 ",' i u ted, ;. t 5 feet Ibont aid 70
n5 anw h ne tr l, .ear i r. o.,-. il. be
partitioned as may be required. Possession may be
had immediately. Apply to HIARPER & IBROTIIERS,
anl5 tf 2 Cbiff st.

ford, Copnecticrt.-This Company insures against
damage or loss by fire, dwelling houses, stores, tier-
chandize, rills, uian uifatories. and niost descriptions of
properly, on terms as favorable as other officers. The
S .-. -i ... compose the Hoard efDirectors.
SAlbert Day,
Job Allyji, Samuel H. IIttchinsou,
Sainuei Willianis, George Putnait,
iinutinlgto.n. E. 1D. Morgan,
Jnnis:;' .",-. ,,
E., 'li i r i .s I'T, President.
aTAMES C. OLLEe S. leriary.
I!i .i. "i .. I lsuraive, for tle renewal of poaL-
,. ... 1 .I m ay be
made .o tlie ,, ., ,,, r i i ,,, *r. ew York,
*i.i ,ii will receive iminediate attention.

YEW YO'RK RACES.-Tihe ., r. .t '1.i.7
will com 'iienl ce-on Thw ,A- l i.,. ,, ii ,.. ,I ,
First Day, Trnesday. ~ I ,, ., i,, ,, .r 3
yearsold. Entrance $300, forfeit $100. iiglhten sub-
1. Robert Til'oltoni, minae s. c. by Henry, out of the
damin ofMledoe.
2. R. L. rStevens, do. produce of Beteey Ransom, by,
3. Do. do.' do. 'fP It- T-r-'*s, by Nullifier.
4. A. P. Hamtblin, do. *i .., .., by Eclipse.
5. Do." do. do. of Osrinch, by Andrew.
6. John C. Stevens, do. Ido. of.anette, by Hlenry.
7. Do.o. O. do ofurp, by Henry.
s. R. F. Stockton, do. do. o'Pbowaneoy, by Sir Charles.

9. Do., do. do. of Monmuouth's idain, by Dashal.
10. Wi. ;I.1 i Shadow," by Eclipse Ligitflot,'
dan. 1 ..
11. J. S. Snedecor, do. e. by Andrew, dam Vandeveer's
Pl'aolet inre.
12. Wri i,,, a do. atLovcllcokout, r i- ,.. '
13. T I .. t, do. a colt by Flyiug C '.1id .,It,, Gul-
hire. ; .
14. A. .. Bolts, do. s. f by Eclipse, dm a Phillis, full si-. ,
ter to Goehain. "
15. Jno. C. Craig, do. produce of Betsey Archer, by S'
16. Jno. Drew, do. "Cornelia," by Aindrew, dan Filho
17. '. .t.. i i sa. f. Botsey An drew by Andrew,
.1 ..... Da m sel.
18. Robert L, Steveii do. lproduioessfgLaBaRookk by
-,u,....', -Purse $300, Twov. lleIts eels. ,
-..u Wedtesday.- Purse $600, Three Mile.
Third Day, Thursday.-Ptirse S1 .00, Four Mile Heats-
apl4 16t DAVINi' I. LtAIlC.

Nt- I.N THE YEAR 1796, LE ROY clearly demod .
stated that every disease originate-frois impure or un-
digested particles becoming mixed with the blood anti
fluids. And also, that to cure every disease, it was only
requisite to open the natural outlets of the body, an-I al-
low then to remain open, by which means the blood and
oiier fluids would release theatcmeles from these undi-
g'sted and iumpure particles, iand a state of health would
be cei',iln to einsie.
him for this diapovcry, the GOLD MEDAL of the Intsi-
toute. ,
All which thle I3RANDRETH PILLS profess to do is,
to carry oat this'principle, andlexperierice has fully E- ;
tablished theui capable of it. \When, thersiore, a bad
state ofhealth exists in the body, all thathas .to bedone
is to continue to PURGE it effectually with theti, and
the more virulent the disease, te more powerful mus
be the dose.
Dr: Brandretl'Vs Ollcts a re-PRINCIPAL, 187 Hudso
street-CENTRAL, 1 Spruce sreot-BOW3ERY, 2"5
Beware of the miserable D-ruggists, who, with few
exceptions, ... ir... i their shatai be it said, coua-
terfeit pills, ii .. i ohealth,kep clear of THESM.
Beware the Jackalls, who provide
The poison which M. D.'s prescribe. aplO tf

DBOOTS! BOOTS'-A pair of ienlrri.-.-,-,. .- r.
I.J dress boots, can be had fob $2 t5,at I .1' \%i R-
r' V 1"7C rnal st. C .-.i. .... 11 -, -i,-,S i.-> ...r .i r, U.?,u-
... r, boots :.j. *"',- ... ,i'.,,u. ," c. .,, would
do well tocaliat W ,, 11 ,. ,. -.,r1 A ,u'.T- .: .airine
their stock of pumti. -.. -. .;"*r- ..Pr pir They
are superior to an', I .,. ..i,, ,, olerf'.i.:-i.,- pub-
lic. in point of beauty and durability. Also,, largeas-
sortinent of Ladies' and Children's ootsa and Shoes of
every descriptioni, che:viar i.,, ,,r *7n'i,j r.aji ar
Walker's, 230 Canal .,iV A. ri,. ij ii. ,l .ri itom
Groenwich- st. Don't nistaike the ......,...I .- L -,: '20
Canal st. apl5 m-

S' ..1 ,'i ". i I 1out. slipping with gold ce-

,,.I., .. ,..,,,, .... .. .. .... ,I 1, .'t.-.1 ',e.i ir.j
., l ,I .I .. "-. ,,,,1I found every other means
I lui, I,1 t. r, c -..1 a-', cured by this discovery.
The person who wishes to make this known for the ben-
.fi' .C ,i. public, has been. effectually cured, and has
....i r. relapse for the last 5 years. The numbers
h i.. -" t .- been cured by this discovery lie last two
years iaincredible. Let t the iuis be ever so tender, of
the teeth ever sodecayed, they will in a shot. time be
come capable of inastication, and free from pain for-life.
For pale, wholesale and ct -ii, by A. B. A,,). Sands,
100 Fuetons coritr of oii, .*' street; also, retail by
Minor &'damobfe, 'orrn'e ey and '-i-a,, ,~J. 5R
None+;, 644 P... .I V' Forbes, :I P. i. .i
Cross; W. H 11 ... Hudson and Canal sts.; T.
R. Aiustin, 45 Carnihie t. ; Burnet's Chemical Hall, 36
Sixth Avenue, nearly opposite Amity st.; S. J. Osborn,
cr Haouston and lBowery.&c. &Ac. &c- Price 50 cents.
up3 Ina*
TOOLR STO1.IE. corner of( i.., ...- i, -. ,.,,. .
streets. New York-iT. J. W. has constantly for sale an
excellent assorniinit of lthe folowiig ;-Saws of. every
descripliion, tocks and liits, Augers, and Augers and
Bitts, 5','tent set Saws, Callipers saod Dividers, Turning
aud Firmer Chimasels and Gouges, Screw Plates, Stocks
and Dies, lamroi-rs, Axes, Adzes, Bevels, Guages, Spirit
Levels, Bnionishlers, Sliokeslaveos, Circular Saws, Turn-
inc I.aties, Vicer, Alaeeitrirg Tapes, Drawing Instri-
nIutt, Wiood Boxesa for cutting screws of iall sizes,
Rules, Files, Dill Bows Cutieg NSipprs and Pliers,
M;;re -quoires, CiOttlasses, Saws, Pads, Oil Stones, Draw
Knives, Plan rons Irson anild Steel Squares, IHollow Au-
gers, ])lawing Screw tools, Shelter's palest Aurrers,
Cabinet, minaakcers' Clamps, Cooper Glue Pots, Blow
pipes, Atec.
S'.i A large assortment of Planes, manufactured by
P. & M. Baldwin, N. Y. m28 3m'

It. JIOHNSON confines his practice to the treatment
.1 of a cerlrin class of delicate disasess; firomi the

Attendance front 7A.M. ,10 10io at'might. Office 17 Deanh
at. or- tdoor fautit Cliatitain at. a1. 1.
st, or!, door floets Clathamil St. ail8 If

Perilous Advcnture.-Ollapod, in the Knicker-
bocker for April, records the following episode in'
his trip to Washington:
Baltimore, like Boston, is a city of ups and
downs. It is memorable to me: for it was in ihat
city of monuments that I had well nigh lost my
life. That spice of the adventurous which has ac-
companied me from my earliest days, led me to
ascend the long ladder, said to have been some se-
venty feet high, placed on the outside of the great
dome of the cathedral,-which was then undergo-
ing repairs. The upward distance lent an en-
chantment to my eye, which was irresistible. I
fancied that the view from the topmast round' of
those tapering ladders tied together with ropes,
would be magnificent. I was not disappointed.
The bay melted afar into the iris blue of air-that
golden edging which hangs over forest tops and
waters in summer, whose tremulousness makes
the eye ache with gazing, and fills the heart with
happy and ethereal feeling. Landward, the coun-
try spread brightly around, seamed with brown
roads, and fading afar into apparent ridges, and
swells with cedar green. It was a calm and cheer-
ful day, and every object in unison one with ano-
ther. The air was rarified and sweet; the last
odor of the latest flowers of summer seemed float-
ing by in the sunshine; and I fancied that the voi-
ces of summer birds, taking their farewells for dis-
tant climes, were mingli,.g with them. The ship-
ping in the harbor sent every pennon to the gale;
the flag staffs waved their signals, and, what with
the fresh breeze, and the beauty of the morning,
it really seemed a gala day.
After having fed my eyes with the beauty of the
scene, from the extreme height of the ladder-the
voices of the workmen in the cupola, or on the bal-
lustrade above, making a pleasant hum in my ear
-I prepared to descend. But the moment I looked
towards the earth, a dizziness came upon me,
which almost led me to instantaneous self aban-
donment. My brain repelled-my eyes grew dim-
a sleepy sensation crept over me-the whole cathe-
dral. seemed to recede from my gaze-and for a mo-
ment I seemed as if sailing in the air. I had not
descended more than a dozen rounds, when my
tottering steps and trembling hands really seemed
to refuse their office. My sickness increased, and
a langour crept over my perceptions, like the effect
of an anodyne T felt absolutely becoming indiffer-
ent to my peril, though I knew it well. I was in
truth as if ina dream; and I can safely aver, that
I felt myself losing all consciousness, when I heard
one of the laborers above-and the words came to
my ear as if from the supernatural lips of a spirit-
exclaim; 'My God! that young gentleman is
going to fall!'
I This sentence went like fire to my brain, and
rolled like a flood of lava over every nerve. It re-
stored me to a full perception of my case, and my
course. I grasped the rounds of the ladder with
the firmness which a drowning man exhibits when
clutching, in thebubbling -roan or his last agony,
at the slenderest spar.-Every foot fall shook the
ladder from end to end; and when I touched the
ground I felt precisely as if rescued from the grave.'

A Diabolical Metlwd of Spending Money.-
John Houghmagandie summoned a strange, on-
couth looking brother Scot," for 10s. The plain-
tiff was a genuine specimen of northern ugliness;
his countenance was of the derry down triangular
cast; there was a brace of cheek bones, which,
like young "BenLomond's," overhang the length
of his body downwards, affording no bad idea of
the Duke of Bridgewater's canal. On the other
hand, defendant was no higher 'than a good sized
Scotch tree, all stunted and alone-a sort of barley-
rig customer, evidently up to any rig. Mr. John
Houghmagandie.was, from his extreme length, a
very moral man, and the animus of the present
action was founded on the supposition that the
defendant had spent his money in a "diabolical
manner." Mr. Commissioner Dubois-What is
this demand for? Plaintiff---It's aye kenspeckle!
(it's well known.) Commissioner-What in the
name of common sense do you mean ? Plaintiff-
Hoot, hoot, its weel known he had the siller o'
me, and then he spent it in a very diabolical
manner. (Laughter.) Commissioner-Indeed;
be good enough to explain-how- did he spend the
money? Plaintiff-On, in a most diabolical man-
ner. He tookit a leddy to the play house, and he
keepit her there till the siller was a' gone awa-oh,
the mair's the pity, but it's diabolical-. Commis-
sioner-Really, I don't see any thing so diabolical,
as you, call it, in this matter-what do you say to
this, defendant? Defendant-I dinna owe one
single saxpence! He owes me for meading his
breaks and bow kail. (Laughter.) Commissioner
-Really, you are a puzzling pair-whatis a bow
kait ? Df.-,i-lant-Nae mair than cabbage-gude
cbht.3g.-, h 'e he had o' me frae my own garden.
Commissioner-Well, perhaps cabbaging and tai-
Sloring go very well together. But surely it's a
great pity to waste your time upon such squabbles
--certainly, 'tis the first time I ever heard that tart-
ing a lady to the'theatre was a diabolical action.-
The ease is dismissed. Long Sawney and Short
Sawney here entered into an altercation, which
nothing could cut short but the interference of the
officers of the court.-London Sun.

Inflammation of the throat.-Powered alum, ap-
plied-by the finger to the part affected, very seldom
fails to cure inflammation of the throat in a few
days. "The efficacy of this remedy," says the
author, 'is as marvellous as it is rapid:" employed
on -h. fit.i aE... -ad, and fourth day, while there is
no ab.~ ;s aii i, tonsils, it arrests all symptoms
as it were by enchantment, the fever abates, the
swelling diminishes, the appetite returns, and con-
valesecnce is quiticomplete.-[Magazine of Do-
mestic Economy.]

The Skeleton of an Indian was found yes'er-
day,.entire, by the laborers employed in excavating
the earth near the residence of Mr. J. G. Torrey,
in Roxbury. The teeth were in a state of perfect
preservation; but the bones were much decayed,
although their size indicated that their former own-
er must have been a tall customer," and at least
six and a half feet high.-Boston Transcript. "

Runaway, Strayed, Perhaps Lost.-The schoon-
er, April, of Boston, lying at anchor in Har-
wich harbor, Cape Cod, on the night of the 24th
inst., while Capt. EHsha Eldridge and all his
crew were at.their respective homes, went to sea
with no person on board, and has not since been
heard from. She was on her way from Mobile to
Boston.-Boston Transcript.

L EECHES.--Just received, a few thousand very supe-
A rior Swedish Leechies, very large size and perfect-
ly healthy, and equal, if not superior, t. au. Leeches ever
brought to this market. For sale by t6le thousand, hu.;-
dred, or dozen, by A. B. & D. SANDS, 100 Fulton, car.
of Williamst. 'Leeches carefully packed in clav, so as
to be transported to any part of the United States, with
perfect safety. ap13 tf

TUHE INDIAN'S PANACEA-For the cure of rhemu.
matism, scrofula, cancers, salt rhaeum, Syphilitic
and'mercurial diseases, particularly ulcers andt painful
affections of the bones, ulcerated throat and nostrils;
ulcers of every description, fever sores, and internal
abscesses; fistulas, scald head, scurvy, Biles, etronic
sore eyes, erysipelas, blotches., and every variety of
cutaneous affection; chronic catarrh, heald.ache froni
particular causes; pain in the stomach and dyspep-
sia, proceeding from vitiation; affections of thie liv-
er, chronic inflammation of thie kidneys, and general
debility caused by a torpid action of the vessels of the
st; Ir, ,i. u; l'irl- .- ficacious in renovating those
<.-. .n ii :.: ..i. ... been broken down by injudi-
cious treatment, or juvenile irregularities. In general
terms, it is recommended in all those diseases which
arise from impurities in the, blod, or vitiation of the hu-
mors, of whatever name or kind. .
Some of the above complaints may requiresome tripling
assistant applications, which the circnmsntances of the
case will dictate ; but for a :... ... .- arf/i.
cator to remove the cause, th. INt DI \N PI'.t N,. Lt will
generally be found sufficient.
As proof of which, numerous certificates may be
seen. For sale by Haviland, Keese & Co. 80 Maiden lane;
J. B. Dodd, Broadway, cor. Bleecker-st.; J. H. Hart,
Broadway, cor. Chamber; J. Milheau, 183, and Pr.
Disklie,413 Broadway ; S. Garle & Nephew, Fulton,
cor. Water; Blachley & Lewis, 527 Greenwich; E. C.
& R. E. Moss, Grand, cor. Cannon; Adamson & Olliff.
.6 Bowery; at Apothecary's Hall, Bleecker, cor. Jones.
street, and Church's Dispensary, Bowery, cor Spir,,
.street. .i.t' i'

DKETIH PILLS.-A iong standing 'costiveness'with io-
ern cholics has been entirely cured by one largo box oat
Dr. B-andreth's Vegetahlle Universal Pips. T'ae follow
inm case is s:ificient to prove thati'--. IBranreth's Veae-
-.ab'c Universaa Piks !v>ev ueen effective in violent cholics
ani consutpationo the owesi.
Dr. H. If.**", German, in Delancey, near Attoirne st.
has been affected for some time with violent cholios and
constipation of the bowels, for which his physician treat-
ed him a few times, with different medicines, but with-
out success. Ile tookthe samine twice a day, each time
three drops of Croton Oil ou a piece of sugar,. but not
any evacuation followed, whirh, was astonishing. After
he ihad beenadvised to lake Brandreth's Vegetable Uni-
versal Pills, he sent immediately for a large box, took 10
Pills in the evenimnu, and one hour after Ie found great re-
lief of his cholics, and three hours after lie had three
Strong evacuations, and hiis cholic entirely removed.-
Thie following morning lie took 6 pills again, which ope-
rated the same several times; he continued a few days
longer with these pills, by taking 4 it,. the evening and 4
inithe morning, and lie hlias been entirely cured of his
complaint after taking only one large box, and paid to
his physician who treated him before, seven dollars for
having received notany relief.
GIST, or Drug Store keeper, or any person in any wise
connected with medicine, is allowed to sell tmhe genuine
BRANDRETH'S PILLS, although it is well known to
Dr. B. [hat there is scarcely a Drug Store but what (TO
Counterfeit article.
,a-NO ONE IS SO FOOLISH as to suppose fora
moment that we can t LVE without EATING, any more than
a tree could derive nutriment from the air alone, without
the soil. Camrtcons mnay live on air, though 'tis well
known that such air is full ofliving insects. All, there-
fore, know that it is what we put into the stomach which
causes us to live. We make over our bodies from the
stomach. In from three tb five years we makeoverour
bodies entirely. Thus, what is part of us To-nAY, is ab-'
solutely not a part of us To-aMonow. The secretions,
such as perspirations and other evacuations, continually
make our bodies waste, and it is from THE STOMACH
that we supply TMS WASTE : all we have to do to make
our bodies ultimately healthy, is to prevent unhealthy
particles from mixing with the blood. Purgation does
this for us, provided the purgative we employ contains
nothing which willweaken or do us injury.
For this purpose will be found all that is required.-
Thousands bless the day which made them acquainted
with their virtues. Remember, no drug store has them
for sale-and 0 beware, beware of counterfeits! At 187
HUDSO0 ST., 1 SPRUCE ST., and 276 Bowrc*, between
Prince and Houston sts., the GENUINE MEDICINE IS

partsof the blood are not with equal ease supplied, nor
with equal ease discharged from the system. The for-
mer of these positions is well illustrated by comparing
tihe effectsof blood-letting, with those of purgatives.-
We recover from the effects of many times the quantity,
discharged by the latter means, in half the time required
in the case of bloodletting; because by the one, it is
chiefly the watery part of the blood that is drained off;
by the other, along with this, themore essential parts al.
so. While purgation lessens the quantity of blood, it
leaves what remains richer. Thus the crasementinm
or oxygen is left, which is indeed the life of the blood,
the watery part of the blood being only that which is
discharged, by purgatives. Think of this, you, whose
constitutions are inclined to plethora,andiin time purge
with that most innocent of all purgatives, the far fuaned
Remember, no Chemist or Druggist sells the Bran-
dreth Pills. New York offices,-187 Hudson street-1
Spruce st. and o271 Bowery. ap31m
i5- CALOMEL.-When the universal and extraorhdi-
nary sanative properties of Brandreth's Universal Vege.
table Pills, shall have become fully appreciated, then will
this vile preparation from that most unamalgamating of
all the mineral kingdom cease to exert its pestilential
influence on the lives and happiness of the inhabitants
of this lower world. Yes, then shall this dangerous me-
dicine be totally superseded by that which experience
has taught to be all that is required in the most misera-
ble and horrible diseases, as well as proving itself to be
equally applicable to both sexes and all ages. After a
dose of Calomel, how miserable the feelings! And
which it requires some days to disperse; and the great-
est care is required as to diet. With Brandreth's Pills
all this is reversed. At first, it is true, you may feel a
littlee queer, but' then it does not last generally half an
hour, and the improvement in the whole body is almost
immediate. Observe the eye, that index of the mind,
aye, and the body too, how it seems to revel in life and
imagination after some use has been made of these far
famed Pills; the invariable exclamation of all that use
them is-No wonder these Brandreth Pills acquire so
much fame,lif all who use, are as much benefited by.
thenis I am. a3 1m

yry THOUSANDS OF PERSONS continue to cure
INFLUENZA, and the host of those indications of the body
or the blood being out oforder, simply by perseveringly
purging themselves with the BRANDRETH VEGETA-
BLE UNIVERSAL PILLS, so long as any symptomsof
derangementin any organ remain. Often by adopting
this course, which experience has proved is according
tonature, it being merely assisting her, have many been
in a few days restored to health, when, had the usual
plan of sending for a physician been adopted, the patient
might have been months before, had he been omt, CURED.
This word can never be applied to those who employ
physicians. ap3 1m

r13- The following two cases I give on the response.
bilityof Mr. John B Peabody, my General Agent for the
States of Georgia and Alabama, who resides at Colum-
bus, and is well known. B. BRANDRETH.
Columbus, (Geo.) Feb. 15,1837.
This is to certify that I have been afflicted with the
Asthma for about two years, of the most distressing kind,
coughing and spitting phlegrn in considerable quanti-
ties, which had so reduced my system as to render me
entirely unfit to do any work, and after taking the pre-
soriptions atf other physicians, to no avail, I heard of
Brandreth's Vegetable Universal Pills, and was induced
to take some, and found such relief that I continued to
take them, and have only taken two boxes and a half and
am now so far recovered as to be able to resume my
work; am confidentthat perseverance in them will en-
tirely restore my health. I consider them invaluable,
and willnever be without them in my family. Residence
about 11 miles from Columbus, on Bull Creek.
Cohun > t (Geo.) Feb. 16, 1837.
This is to.certify that I have made use of the celebra-
ted Brandreth Vegetable Pills in my family, for Fever
and Ague, and have been entirely convinced of their
utility and virtue, and shall ever use them in preference
to any other medicine,if they are to be obtained. Have
also recommended them to others for different diseases,
Asthmnas, Costiveness Dyspepsia,Bile, &c. &c., andl the
results entirely satistactoiy-they are, in my opinion,
the most efficient and safe medicine now in use so far as
I am acquainted. [ap3-lm] JOHN I. SMITH.
0. WHERE is the nonsense of the idea that Pa-.
nATION wil cure al the ill to which flesh is heir? It is
allowed that OsNE PRIamSiLr doth animate the frame of
man, namely, the VITALS. This is known to be a truth
-AN ALLOWEO TRUTa ; and whoever has followed tho-
roughly out the principle of PmURGATION wit th'the RIGHT
PFeanATIVE, has invariably been ensured sound health.
To what purgative doth fame point?' To the Pills
known by the name of BRANDRETH. aso In


&c. &c.
500 brls. ground and chip 100 bris ground Pee-h
.Lozwov Wood, a superior ar-
S 00 "" Fustic ticle for calico pAn-
100 Hatchwood t--ma
100 R.edwood 10.ca.iks Siuar of Lead
500 :.ewood 100 brIl. pow. Manganese
a ". ": Camwood '20 cases Carb. Magnesia
100 Alumu, double re- 20 Calcined "
finerl 160 box-s toll Brirmstone'
100 IIypernic Woodl '20 casks Flor Sulphur
20 Blue Vitriol 20000 P-r' hsi.'t-. N' 1
10 casks English Coppe- ,10C100 .... -r* I...
ras 4 bales Safflowor
45 Copperas 10 cases No. 1 Bengal
200 kegs refinodSaltpetre Indigo
500 bags E. I. Crude do 20 Manilla Indigo
160 casks and brls first 20 eroons Caraccas do
quality Bleachig Pow 10 Guatemala do
ders, warranted 5 0 '.
500 carboys Oil itriol a very sup. article for use
100 Aqua Fortis 5 casks fine and coarse
100 Muriatic Acid Litharges
100 Nitric do 10 French Yellow
00 or. Sulphate Quinine, 10 tons Whiting
Pelleter's French 5 ParisWVhIit,'Eng-
30 dr tijohns Aqua Am- lish and American
monia 10 caslks No. 1 powder'd
40 Spirits Nitre Dul. Blue, for paper nia-
cis kers
60 Etiher Vitriol 20 red Saunders
40 brls. and cases refi'd 100 hhds. Madder, assor-
Camphor ted qualities
2000 lbs. Arrow Root 50 casks and brls. Olive
50 boxes powdered Barlk Oil
500 lbs. Calomiel 3 Nutmegs
WO Red Precipitate. 2 Mace
10 cases Gum Assolie- 30gro. Hope Mill Press
tida Papers
12 "Guin Aloes 20 bris. Alcohol
10 Manna Flake 30 baskets let quality
25 bris. Castor Oil Spanish Annatto
50 boxes powdered Jalap 50 cases refined Borax
50 Rhubarb 10 crude do
20 casesLiquorice Paste 30 brls. Ivory Black
I0 Gum Copal Bronzes of al! Ikinds
10 Gambore Paint Brua'.-s of all
6 Myrrh sizes
15 Opium 20 cases Chrome, green
2 Tragacanth andyellow
5000 Rhubarb 3 ceroons Silver Grain
30 bales Sarsaparilla Cochineal
7 cans Oil Wintergreen I 10 bales Bottle Corks
2 Ess'ece Burgamot 50 Vial
8 Oil Cassia 20 Nutgalls, realTur
20 Anisi key blue
2000 Hbs. Acid Tartagic 40 brls. White Lead, dry
10 flasks Quicksilver 5 tons Red "i
5 brls. Balsam Copava 50 brls. Spirits Turpen-
20 bags Cubebs tine
5 cases Cantharides 10 caseI Red Tartar
1500 bis. Garb. Ammonia, 5 cases Chinese Vermi-
refined lion
25 brls. Cloves 10 casks French Madd'r
16 casks Cream Tartar 5 nas. Cardamum Seed
20 bris. powdered do do 100 bris. Winter strained
5 casks Flowers Camo- Lamp Oil
mile 6I 0 Fall rain'd Lamp
100 bales Senna, E. I. Oil
5 Alex. 30 i" Summer strained
1000 lbs. sup. Carb. Soda Lamp Oil
S200 bags Juniper Berries 100 Linseed Oil.
S20 cases Gmn Arabic, 5000 lbs. Verdig'is
No. 1 600 kegs White Lead gr'd
50 Gum Senegal in oil
10 Gum Shellac, as- 5 cases Annatto
sorted qualities 20 casks Pumice Stone
10 brls. real Crown Bra- 50 bris. Glue, different
zil' Wood qualities"
Thermometers 200 boxes Window Glass,
1000 lbs. Nirate of Lead 7 by 9 and 8 by 10
1000 Chromate of Pot- 10 casks Queretiron
ash Barks, assorted
1000 ".Prussiate of do. qualities
20 carboys Muriate Tin 200 bris. Peach Wood
50 Sulph. Mur. Tin 20 casks Pearl.Ashes
20 Nitro. Mur. 50 Pot Ashes
20 Nitrate ofIron 1000 lbs. Grain Tin
25 Copper 10 tons Fuller's Earth
500 lbs. Oxalic Acid 50 boxes Fuller's Soap
5000 lbs.,.Cayenne Pepper 200 bags Sumac, assort'd
10 tonsi Chalk qualities
The above, with a variety of other articles in the same
line, general and extensive assortment of Drugs of ev-
ery description, are offered for sale by us. Oriders for
the country will be executed with despatch and fidelity,
and liberal credits given. Apply to
apl0 mn 186 and 188 Greenwich street.
C-OMMUNICATION.-Messrs. Editors, you will much
oblige a subscriber by inserting the following, as
there are at this time so many nostrums offered the pub.
lic, some good and some good for nothing, that may
damn the whole concern-others damn Evans, Ewin,
Sears, Badeau, Hamilton, Iyor, Hunter, Bramar, Ma-
son Janus, Root, Lrrey, Cherry, Swvaim, Harper, Play.
sioian's Pills, Nephritics, Clark, c., but I sy swear not
at all, since there is a gentleman, No. 76 Maiden Lane,
up stairs, who manufactures 37 kinds of medicines, all
ol which have astonished the public by their wonderful
efficacy. The query is whether Dr. Dam's celebrated
medicines will not allow some of the above to die a nat-
ural death while he and his medicines will be damned to
everlasting fame. I understand that Mr. Dam itS per-
forming miraculous cures. One thing is certain, that
he cures instantly every person who calls with head.
ache or toothache and lis other medicines are well spo-
ken of. The public ought to bid suchl a man a hearty
welcome to this city. This gentleman's name is LEAN-
DER DAM, and if his medicines do no not give greater
satisfaction to the whole community than any others, it
will be for want. of a trial of them. Thlose afflicted with
diseases are strongly recommended to call on Mr. L.
Dam, 76 Maiden Lane, up stairs, first floor over his for,
mer store, at the junction of Liberty street.
HUNTER'S RED DROP.-Serious Caution to the
H Public-It is a well-known fact that any medicine
or remedy that has obtained great celebrity and has
been found to be efficient and certain in the cure of any
particular complaint, has always become an object of
envy.and cupidity to the needy and reckless men, caring
not by what means they aggrandize themselves, who
soon supply the medical stores and apothecaries with
some nostrum or contrivance bearing the same name, or
apartof it, and who, with unparalleled effrontery and
falsehood, claim priority of origin for their article, &A..
It is a fact so well-known, that we think there is scarcely
a man living wicked and impudent enough to denyit,
that Hunter's RedDrop, has been sold by URIA.H LEVI-
SON and his agents here and elsewhere for several
years before any other venereal medicine, bearing the
name ofRed Drop made its appearance., The genuine
Hunter's Red Dropis prepared a regular and expe-
rienced physician and may therefore be used with en-
tire'confidence. After 30 years experience of his ovwn,
and others of the Medical Faculty, it is no placed be-
yond a doubt., that for venereal disease under all cir-
cumstances, it is decidedly the most certain and ef-
ficient remedy hitherto discovered. Thousands have
been saved and radically cured, after suffering under the
hands of impostors, by this medicine, and who, with
grateful heart., are ready to attest its value. It stands
upon its own unboxrowed merit, and from the increas-
ing demand must become the universal remedy for ve-
nereal disease, while the wretched nostrums and con-
temptible contrivances, backed by falsehood and sup-
ported by bravado, that have been got up to defeat it,
will soon sink into well merited disgrace. The office,of
IIHunter's Red Drop is removed.from No. 30iDivision st.
to No. 5. .
apl41im'* I. & J. LEVISON.
Since the introduction of the above remedy to this
country, it has gained for-itself here, what it enjoyedto
an eminent degree, in all the principal cities of Europe,
a high reputation for a prompt and radical cure of Vene-
real, in all its various stages, whither recent or of long
standing. It contains no deleterious drugs, (commonly
the basis ofremedies for venereall) possesses an agree-
able odour, and is pleasant to the taste, requires no change
in diet, or interference with the usual course of busi-
ness, and eradicates every vestige of venereal poison
from the system, speedily and effectually-in recent ca-
ses, generally from two to four days. Those who would
wish to treat their own ,..c ee-'reitlly, pleasantly, and
safely, should procure ** u.. ... -' remedy, and no
other; this being thie only medicine, among the many ad-
vertised for those complaints, upon which reliance can
or should be placed. If you would not have your dis-
ease locked up in your system to break out anew at
some future day, let "Matryatt's Red Drops" be your
first and only resort. One word more. There are two
kinds of "Red Drops sold in this city. That called
"Hunter's Red Drops," is a thing entirely different
from the above and has no connection whatever with
it; those, therefore, who would have the genuine arti-
cle, should be particular and obtain "Marryatt's Red
Drops." Sold at 57 Division st., and at established
agencies throughout the city and country. Printed di-
rections with the proprietor's signature, accompany each
bottle, without which none is genuine. Price h1, per
bottle; warrantedto cuue in every instance.
Agents in New Y'ak ar., Di Newman, Druggist, 652
Water st; Dr Woods, car Grand and Allen, sts; Cle-.
ment Cuion, cor Greenwich and Warren sts. Agents
for Brooklyn-Dr Vanderhoef, 110 Fulton st; J E.Tra.-
phagen, 149 Bridge st. Agents for New Haven-David,
Mitchell, car Church and Chapple sts. Agents for Bos-
ton-D S Rowland, Draggist, 188 Washington st.
a7 IHm*
SAVE A DOLLAR.-Coal at the following prices: $12
Super ton for broken or ego sizes, screened and deli-
vered. Best of Schuylkill, rel-ash, Peach Orchard Coals,
(nd other in the yard) at the above reduced prices. A
small quantity new offering, for which immediate appli-
cation should be made at the new Washington Coal Yard,
corner of Jane and Washington streets, near the White
or dl3 tf 1 EDWIN JESUP.

The proprietor of this ,'ell known establishment
continues, as heretofore, t, supply his customers with
the delicacies of the seaen served up in the best man-
ier. The quality of tt" viands arid lhis very moderate
charges, are- evident rom the flattering patronage which
the public o.r' ,)ieaed daily to award him. His efforts
s...a ..e. -Is rey havetherto been,to meritits continnance
and to secure io his house that reputation for excellence
and accommodation, which It has for so long a time
sap 3m D- SWEENEY.
.t PLASTEI1-FPrepared for pains and weakness in
the breaisL, side, back or limbs ; alo for gout, rheumsa
tiam, liver complaint and dyspepsia, for coughs, colds,
i.ihnmas, difficulty of breathing, oppression of tihe sto-
mach &c. ; they will give ininmediate and nothing re-
dief; andi fr plasantuess, safety, case and. certainty,
are decidedly superior to most other remedies. Such
persons whloe business require that they should stand
or sit. mucI, or those of aedontary habits generally, who
inay be troubled with pains in the side or breast, are
advised to try one of these beautiful plasters, as they
are essentially diffcront froin all others, and arc free
froin those objections which are so reasonably made
... ll The proprietor hias had the
,' .. r many years in this city, and
.i I .....1. i. ., ,,'. 1%1., have used them,l ie has
not heard of a solitary coanplaint. They are patronized
extensively by time medical profession ; and there is not
S. .I. -,. intelli gent physician in the United States or
S.. I ., '1. i would hesitate to sanction them with his
inUne arid influence, when made acquainted with their
Printed directions accompany eacseh plaster, signed by
ince in my own handwriting, to counterfeit which will be
punished as a forgery. Persons about buying them
will remmuiber to ask for Badeau's Strengtheningi Plas-
ter, and see that they set the directions thuns'signed.-
They are put up in hexes with large and attractive
showe bills ; will keep without injury in any climate, and
will be forwarded to any part of the United States or
British Provinces as per order, andrl a liberal discount
inade to those who buy to sell again. In conclusion, I
have only to add that instances are so numerous in
which ihe most salutary effects have been produced by
u.ing them, that they are recommended with the most
entire confidence to all who are thus afflicted.
Sold at wholesale and retail by the subscriber, who is
sole proprietor, at the Bowery Medicine Store, No. 260
Bowery -New York. N. W. BADEAU.
SALT AiIJUM.-No cure, no pay.--Dr. ituinoiui,
Salt tRheutn Eradicalor, is an effectual, safe, and eelr-
tain cure fir this distressing complaint, and also for all
diseases of thea skin, such as ring worms, better, scald
head, &c. It has not failed in performing a cure in one
case out of 200; and in order that no one afflicted need
hesitate to make, immediate use of it, the subscribers
will agree to refund the price to any one who may use
t without being cured. Price 81 50. For sale, by the
dozen or single' box, by
o15 tf A. B. & D. SANDS, 100 Fult..n, cor. Wm. st.
S Thie subscribers have on hand a large assortment of
Fresh Garden Seeds, raised by the Shaker Society at
Enfield, Conn., neatly put up in boxes, at 6, 10, 15, 20,
and 30 dollars each, with suitable directions for sewing
on each box; they will be supplied to merchants at a
very liberal discount, and dealers in seeds are respect
fully invited to call before purchasing elsewhere.
A. B. & D. SANDS, Druggists, 100 Fulton,
f7tf corner of William street.
M EDICAt, COMMUNICATION.-The variable and
J uncertain climate of this country, predisposes to
consumption and other fatal pulmonary complaints,
such as Coughs, Colds, &c., which by a little timely
medicine may be entirely warded off-and for which
purpose no medicine is comparable to the PECTORAL
ONEY OF BONSET, as prepared from the receipt of
the late Dr. JohnG. Vonght. This medicine is no quack
imposture, nor is its composition a secret, as it is known
to very many of our most respectable physicians, who
are in the habit of prescribing itwith the most unbound.
ed success. For the last fourteen years this medicine
has been used for the removal of pulmonary complaints
to the relief and satisfaction of the many thousands who
have made use of it. The Pectoral Honey of Bonset
may be obtained at Marshal C. Slocum's Drug and Che-
raical store, 303'Broadway, and at all the respectable
druggists Ia the city. n14-tf
D mended as decidedly superior to anyi other known
combination of medicine for Coughs, Colds, Influenza,
Consumption, Astht'-a, Spittinig of Blood, Hoarseness.
Difficulty of Breathing, Whooping Cough. Pains and
.Weakness of the Breast, and all diseases of the Pulmo-
nary Organs.
This medicine is highly and justly recommended by
numerous ;-'ld respectable individuals, who have found
relief from its use. Many who have been lnherin un-
der protracted coughs au y.. .. e breast, and have
been supposed by themselves and their friends far ad-
vanced in consumption, have been happily restored to
perfect health, by the use of this valuable expectorant.
The following is deemed sufficient for insertion here.
[From the Rev. C. C. P. Crosby, late agentofthe Amnieri-
can Baptist.1
New York, June 15th, 1835.
To Dr. D. Jayne-Dear Sir :I have made use oftheT'n.
dian Expectorant, personally and in my family, f.r iie
last six years, with great benefit. Indeed, I may con-
sider my life prolonged by the' use of this invaluable
medicine under the blessing of God for several years.
I may say alihnost as much in the case of my wife, and
also of the Rev. Mr. Tinson of the Island of Jamaica.-
For all cases of cougb, inflammation of the chest, things,
and throat, I do most unhesitatingly recommend this as
the best medicine I have ever tried. My earnest wish
is that others safflicted as I .have been, may experience
the same relief, which I am persuaded they will, by
using the Indian Expectorant.
N. B. Many of my neighbors, on my recommendation,
have tried this/medicinpe -ith uniform success.
"-. 1 {inilton, of St. James, South Carolina, was great-
ly affected by a c-euh, hnarenese, and Oeaes of the
lungs, and on usi,;., -i t i.:. .: 11 : I .. ..i.. ... found im
mediate and permanent relief.
Sold wholesale and retail, at the proprietor's prices,
by A. B. & D. Sands, General Agents, 100 Fulton, cor.
William-st. Also, at retail, by J. B. Dodd, cor. Broad-
way and Bleecker-st., G. W. Embiee, cor. East Broad.
way and Market-sl., New York. By D. Smith & Co.,
New Haven; E. W. Bull, Hartford, Con.; J. G. Wood,
Newburg; Dr. Trivett, Poughkeepsie; and Sands &
Shaw, Albany. dl46mm
medicine.is prepared from a vegetable, and will be
found a radicaipcure for that distressing disorder. Since
its discovery, (which was mere accident,) numbers have
Seen cured, after having been afflicted for 21 years.-
The first application affords great'relief, and a perfect
cure is effected in a few days., To convince.the' public
it is a sovereign remedy, the following certificates are
This is to certify that I was very severely afflicted
with piles in May last. The disease was very painful,
entirely preventing me from walking. I sent for one
bottle of Marshall's Remedy; in three applications I
was entirely cured, and have felt nothing of them since.
New York, July 2d, 1835.
Dr. A. C. DERBY, No. 40 Bowery.
New York, July 1,1835. This is to certify, that I was
laboring under a recent attack of the piles in May last,
and had tried many remedies without experiencing any
good effects until I made trial of Dr. Marshall's Pile re.
medy, which proved to be an effectual cure in a few
days. C. STEARNS, 188 Bowery.
lo be had only at No. 54 Orange street; Price-2 oz.
viols, 50 cents, 4 o. z 1. 'jel

"DEAFNESS CURED.-Dr. Scuidder's Genuine Acous-
.J tic Oil, is a certain, safe, and speedy cure for deaf-
ness, often requiring but a few applications to peci form a
sure, and in the most obstinate cases, if' persevered in
for a short time, it entirely restores the hearing, without
the least trouble or danger in applying it. For sale by
the dozen or single flask, by A. B. & D. SANDS, No. 100
Fulton, cor. of William st. Price SI,00. apl3 tf

DR. CARPENTER continues to devote his undivided
personal attention to the relief of the afflicted and
unfortunate, the victims of imprudence, and also the
victims of Quacks and Q.tack Nostrums.
To a mind that is capable of appreciating the obvious
lacts, it is needless to remark, that no specific remedies
exist that can be applicable in all cases and stages of
venereal or syphilitic diseases, noir in any other, that
they require treatment corresponding with their pec.u-
liarstate, situation and duration, under the direction of
a physician, and hence the absurdity and real danger of
tampering withnostrums, got up in ignorance, and cri-.
minally disseminated by reckless venders, many bf
them without even a pretension to medical acquire-
Doctor C. having devoted much time and attention to
this particular branch of practise, for the last twenty-
fiveyears, is enabled to offer the most prompt and effec-
tual remedies in pleasant and agreeable form, without
detention from ordinary avocations, and defying the
scrutiny of observers, Separate offices have been ar.
ranged for the privacy of patients, and the disease will
be eradicated in the shortest practicable time; recent
cases speedily removed without any inconvenience, and
thle stale remark that "secrecy will be observed" is
deemed superfluous, all cases guaranteed, and char ges
moderate; be particularr in the number, FOUR PE K
SLIPnear Pearl street. Dr. Carpenter, Late Surgeon of
the United States Army, Licentiate of the N. Y. State
Medical Society, and for twenty-fivo years a practitioner
ia this sity
('r3- Dr. C. furnishes medicines for patients at a dis-
tance, for all diseases of a delicate nature, (on writing a
description of their case,) accompanied with full and
Scopious directions in pamphlet form, so that in such case
the patient may become his own physician-also, a pre.-
ventive, warranted in all cases if used in time. Office
pen untilten o'clock in the evening. 1 apl9 1m

TURNER & HUGHES, having been duly invested
with authority to sell and appoint agents for the sale of
this valuable medicine, are now executing orders to a
large exte.n' at their office, 180 Broadway, New York, be-
ing in receipt of regular supplies direct from the factory,
under the immediate supervision of the inventor, at Ra-
hl'i.'h, N. C. These pills have been extensively known
ii IJarolina for many years, though never offered to the
public as an article of sale till within, a few years ip.ai.
They contain no mercury nor any other mineral; ihey
are purely vegetable. Those who are not yet acquaint-
edi wihthe properties of these pills, are informed that
they are successfully applied in almost every variety of
functional disorder of the stomach, bowels, liver and
spleen; such as heartburn, and eructations, nausea,
headache, pain and distension of the stomach and bow-
els. incipient diarrhea, cholic, jaundice.' 1atelence, habi-
tual costiveness, loss of appetite, sick headache, sea-
sickuness, &Ac. They are a safe and comfortable aperient
for females during pregnancy and subsequent confiUne-
ment, relieving sickness at the stomach, headache,
heartburn, and many of the incidental nervous affect.
tions. Literary men. students, and most other persons
of sedentary habits, find them very convenient. Those
who indulge too freely in the pleasures of the table, find
speedy relief from the sens of oppression and distensine
which follow, by taking the pills. As a dinner pill they
are invaluable. Those who are drinkingmincral waters,
and particularly those from Southern climates, and ague,
ands fver districts, will find them a valuable adjunct-
Those who are exposed to the viciesiutides of weather
on voyages or journeys, can take them at all times with'
perfect safety. In full doses they are a highly efficacious
and safe anti-bilious medicine. They seldomor never
produce sickness at the stomach or griping.
Their efficacy is strongly attested by many certifi-
cates of high character from the following gentlemen,
viz:-Bishop Ives, Rev. Dr. McPheeters, Rev. G. W.
Freeman, Rev. B. T. Blake, Gov. Iredcll, lHon. Henry
Fotter, Hon. G. E. Badger, Hon. Richard Hines, Thos.
P. Devereux, Esq. Professor Andersen, Win. Hill, Esq,
Secretary of State, Win. S.Mooi, Esq. late Treasurer,
Jas. Grant, Esq. late Comptroller, W. 1. Gales, Esq. of
the Register, Capt. Guion, Guion's Hotel, Di. R. C.
Bond, Dr. E. Crosby, Dr. J. Y. Young, Rev. F. L. Hawks,
Abner P. Neale, Esq. Hon. Charles Fisher, Joseph
Bonser, Esq. Edward Stanley, Esq. Solicitor for the 2d
Judicial District, N. C.
The pills are handsomely put up in tin boxes, each
containing forty, with printed directions and certificates
-price fifty cents per 6ox, and may be had of the follow
ing agents.
Leavitt, Lord & Co. 180 Broeadway-II. & S. Raynor,-
76 Bowery-Rushton & Aspinwall, 86 William st.,110
Broadway, and 10 Astor House-James H. Hart 278
Broadway-Dr. Lewis Feuchtwanger, 377 Broadway-
G. D. Coggeshall, 421 Pearl st.-Crowen & Neely, 221
Bleecker at.-J. & W. Townsend, cor. Beekman and
Water sts.-D. Perkins, 125 Maiden Iane-H. L. Em-
bhred, 77 East Broadway-Allen & Ingersoll, 348 Grand st.
-J T. M. Bleakely, 242 Hudson st.-A.:B. & D. Sands,
100 Fulton st.-J. Milhau, 183 Broadway, New York.
J. WV. Smith, cor. Fulton and Front sts. Brooklyn.-C.
W. Badger, 354 Broad st. Newark.-Frederick Brown,
Isaac Tompson Wrm. Marshall & Co. Philadelphia-Dan.
Burgess & Co. Iartford, Conn.-J. E. Brown, Providence
R. I.-W. T. Peters, S. Babcock, New Haven, Conn.-
Maynard' &Noyes, B. B. Mussey, Boston-Henry Rawles
& Co. Albany-and for sale by appointment in almost
every town in the United States, and at wholesale by the
subscriber, to whom applications may be made for agen-
apl7 lin 180 Beoadway, New York.

GENUINE BEAR'S GREASE, for promoting the
growth of the hair, and importing a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, far superior to any other preparation.
The superiority of this oil over other applications for
inducing the -growth of the hair, is generally acceed
to ball who have used it, as it imparts a glossy rich-
ness to the hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and ex-
citing the capillary vessels to healthy,action. To per-
sons becoming bald by sickness or othr-r causes, the
application of this oil daily, will soon produce a reaction
of its growth. The subscriber has i..i received a
fresh supply of the genuine article, Ir put up in
earthen pots, 'and prepared expressly for his retail
trade at the Bowery Medicine Store, 260 136wery.
s7 N. W. BADEAU.

SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.-That great disfigurement to
female beauty, a superfluous growth oof hair on the
face, neck, orarms, is effectually removed by a single
application of Atkinson's Depilatory, which is warranted
to destroy the har in five minutes after the application is
made it is perfectly safe, easily applied, and certain in
its efocts. Ladies who are troubled with this disagree-
able appendage to their features, are solicited to make a
trial of this valuable cosmetic, the importer of the arti-
cle being willing to insure it perfectly harmless. Price,
16s. perbottle,imported and for sale, wholesale and re-
Cail,oby HENRY C. HART, Bazaar, 173 Bioadway, ecors
of Cortlandt st. flS-4m

N The subscriber hasnow on hand and is constantly
receiving large supplies of all kinds of Carpeting of the
newest style, and most fashionable patterns. Also, floor
oil clotlhs, printed druggets, table and piano covers, brusm
sels, wilton and tufted hearth rugs, lambs wool, elegant.
and fancy floor matts, plain, checked and figured cloth-
inu. &e sll of which will be sold upon reasonable
[trir:, .,r.dJ a, quantities to suitpurchasers, by
Ware Rooms in the yellow building 163 and 165
Chatham street, New York.,
N. B.-Carpets made and fitted at short notice ; and
goods sent free of expense to any part of tils' city or
rooklyn. m13-n '

TOTEACHERS-A desideratum supplied-AnIArith.
metie that would interest as well as instruct pupils,
has been greatly needed in our common schools. Sueh
a one, it is believed, has just been' piiblished, entitled
"An Arithmetic on a new Plan, adapted' fo Families
and Preparatory Schools, by Robert Ramble, illustrated
by numerous Engravings." A mere glance at the work
cannot but prepossess instructors of'youth in its favor.
Copies will be given for examination by calling upon the
publishers. HALL & VOORHIES, 118 Nassau-st.
f 8 tf opposite the Bible Society's House.

rT KEARSING & CO., Piano Forte manufacturers
.L. 259 Broadway, respectfully inform their friends and
the public, thatthey have constantly on hand, an exten-
sive assortment of Piano Fortes, which, for quality of
tone and superiority of workmanship, are warranted
equal to any manufactured. They consist of various
patterns, embracing all the new and useful improve-
msents,with elegant scroll stands. The materials are se-
,.i .. ;:r, r-.. ,: ].: .. r.. l.m ..: il.eir im m ediate in-
I, .-iF..n, ,.0 i c *.r ,,... ii.. c .:i mn any climate, and
cau be returned, if found defective.
Musical Instruments, of'all descriptions, consisting of
(tultars, Accordions, Violins, Vlolincellos, Flutes, C-ari-
miots, and Brass Instruments, of all kinds; superior Ro.
man Strings, Reeds for Bassoons Hautboy and Clario.
nut Reeds; and every article in the above line, on the
-i't reasonable terms. h
.1. K. & Co. are constaiItl receiving from Europe, all
e newand fashionable Music, as soon as published.-
I basic bound in the neatest manner. el1
A RARE CHANCE is now offered to any x person or
Arersons wnho e asy wish to engage in the aONFEC.
ThiONARrY amd PASTRY bu sineess. Th subscriber be
ini';!desirous ofchanging his business, offers is stoek,
fixtures and tools, with a leaseof the premises for the
tin office years. The store is atwo story brick build-
ing, situated on the south-east side of State street, next
door to Mr. T. Dwight's Hardware Store, For further
particulars, enquire on the premises-New Itavn, Con.
necteimcut. a6 tim*

LCURED.-PATENT of 1533.-The public can now
be assured that by these use of this Truss young persons
and children are the subjects of a speedy and ceralia
cure, and unparalleled instances of cure are daily oc-
curring in persons of advanced life. The a H proval of
this instrument by the first surgeons of tire United
States and England, and the immense number of cures
which it has effected, render its superiority over all
other Trusses no longer a matter of doubt.
Dr. HIull has received the sole premium on Trusses
from the American Institute at its annual fairs, for the
last 4 years. t* b
Alexander H. Stevens, M. D., Professor of thie Pin-
ciples and Practice of Surgery in the University of the
State of New York, in his Lectures on Hernia, of Feb.
27th, 1835, commentinug upon the merits of Dr. Hull's
Truses, in comparison with others, whica h he exhibited
to his class, saidt I consider Dr. Hull's Truss, as it is
nowr improved, the most perfect instrument of tihe kind
that I have ever seen. I consider his rupture pad, in its
present form, just what it ought to be."
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Prof. Operative Sur-
gery in the University of the State of N. York.
GEORGE BUSHE, Mb D., late Prof. of Surgery in
Ru aner's Medical tCollhege, New York.
DAVID HOSACK, M. B., late Prof. in Rutger's
Medical College, New York.
SURGEON SKEY, Sur. G.n. of the British Armyl
besides many hundred others, have expressed a simile
lar favorable opinion of this instrument
Professor Molt also remarks-" The trusses invented
by Dr. Hull are constructed with a just reference to the
surgical anatomy of inguinal hernia. The hernia being
reduced, Dr. Hull applies a comprehensive force upon
the ingiial canal in such a manner as to effect an im-
mediate and secure barrier against the escape of the
viscera, and also without in the 14tst degree endanger-
ing the adjacent spermatid chord, to effect a permanent
closure of the hernial sac or aperture at tae internal
Dr. A. G. Ball will continue to apply these instru-
ments as usual, for every variety min rupture. Office
No. 4 Astor's Hotel Vesey street .opposira St. Past'a
Church, and at 213 Bowery, near tne tarmiunithon of tie
rail road. g3