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"WILLIAM J. STANLEY
At No. 162 Nassau-street, opposite the I
TERMS OF ADVEETISINO.
I square a year, 830 00 1 square 2 weeks,
Do. 3 months, 8 00 Do. 1 week,
Do. 2 months, 6 00 Do. days,
Do. 1 month, 3 00 1 Do. 1 insertion
Er 1 Twelve lines, or less, make a square.
6r- Papers by mails 85per annum in advance
OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE
No. 273 Pearl street.
The subscriber continues to make engageip
the bringing out of passengers from England,
-Scotland and Wales, to this country, by weekly
tunities sailing from Liverpool. The arranged
ihe despatch and comfort of the passengers,
first class American ships employed are bef
public. The agents at the various seaports wi
the passengers in embarking free of charge,
"long established regularity of the vessels co
this line is a sufficient guarantee against all e
attending tie unnecessary detention after the t
pointed for saiiNz.
Drafts a usual on the bank of Ireland, payable
of the at,was, and answering the purpose of
Ireland EL TOMPSON, 273 Pearl street,
FtITZHUGH &. C. GRIMSHAW,
d7.3m Na. 10 Goree Piazzas, Live
NEW YORK AND 'HARTFORD
REGULAR LINE PACKETS,
Sailing from each p 66 every Wednesday and Sa
The following vessels compose the line.
SSchr. LAURA. GEORGE DZMING.
"TRITON, ALutaT PRANom,
JANE. HENRY Fox,
SW N, C.sALEB GaRIworL, .J
I MARY SHIELDS, LEVI STEWART.
S CABOT. CHAHLES T. DEMING
81'p. MERCHANT VWrV. S. CHAAL.ERC,
Shippers may deper. on the above vessels sa
their regular days, and will be towed up and do
river when necessary.
Freiht vwill be taken at reasonable rates.
For freight c t passage, apply on board, at C
Wharf, Hartford, or Steven's Wharf, (opposite H
Steamboats,) New York; or to
NATHAN C. ELY, 80 Walt st.D
S. P. ROBINSON, 43 Peck Slip.
May ,1837. my
mi-BROWN & CO'S ONE Pr;I.E HAT ST
B The suusocrilsers, .since the year .I-'1
sA-aimed at furnishing the public with an eeg
substantial hatof the most graceful form, at the
,_odaung price of $3. xne y can now say that t
fe-s have '..u crowned with "-'.mphantsueces
Hats manufactured by them daring t- 'ast 3 i
surpass in'beanity and finish any heretofore offer
stand pre-eminent among those of higher prices
by the fashionable world. To their patrons they
say-the quality, as far as may be, is uniform-t-i
moderate and fixed-the profit small, and all sa
cash. 178 Chatham Square, cor. Motlt t.
ap20 tf BROWN &
BOOTS BOOTS !! BOOTS !!!-Reader, weir
ever at RICHARDS & WALKER'S large al
ionable establishment in Canal st. Nos. --
store next to Greenwich st3 It not, inst. -i
largest, most splendid add fashionable assortment
kindsofBootsandShoes. Only think, a pair of
dress boots for 82 75, now en my feet, and I have
the ,, i.-, .: r ri.r l... '. 1 p d f. r;.r T In m
and t..::, .. ....liii -.I 'I "Ull hl
ets. 1 .i... .:. r: .... r T .. .
the reatesi't variety cver seen, combinting bea
durability. Then, there is children's boots and
the largest assortment the city can produce, and
prices as you cannot fail to' phase. You sna
this a p'.r, ,.n o ..u hkve only to'call at No. 228, o
new -. I.:.-. -' ?jl st. the next to Greenwich st
satisfied and even amused with their immense
meats and display of fasnion. Don't mistake-
ARDS & WALKERS two establishments, No.
at th-'r new store, No. 232 Canal st. store next to
w ich street. apl9
BOOTS i BOOTS EOOTS !-CH:AP CH
B t m ? R t han ever, at S. & J. 'm'ke
Canal suaet. This is the place f.,.' tiose who are ot
6d by the hard times to buy Boots and Shoes-this
place to find oat Shoes cheaper Otwn they
foundat any other establishment ;' this or any
t r,. ~\eir fine seal Pump Boots, still tiand anri
Gentlemen wishing to furnish themselves with a
't ,-, "'..u,. *? .. .'. I" I' .' t-.*' 1" 7" canll find t!
'V ,. -'.,- i i..... Shoe stor
Gr,i. -, u e tk. k Lr. number, it
BISHOP & BRECKELS, 4501
to"' -way, have i -1 ,,i : 1 ,: :,
mont of SOF.A i'L I rd
1i ,, Y--- -T' I 1 t n', a tl: o..r
e ,L r- :, P ir ,,. ... 1-- I,
I3 .. r. I..1. it ri i
.O A a assor .' t e nl o'.. ane s, ,. ...: a
Oa r, 1 %1 .. t r .i. l .r I q i '
WOOD'S CARPENTERS', AND MECHII
TOOL STORE, corner of Chathamand Cha.
t iN': Y -T I W. hTs constantly for
.......... i I:. f 11.: ,--Saws of
i_ .,-d ... ,. n.d :, i T
l..1 l'' l O l ?, ; l 'I _" i'f a' "' I: ,I ..
i l. t I L' S
abi'net maklters ( ., .., ,. .r r ,I .1:1
rs- A large assortment of Planes, mahufactur
p. &-d. Baldw in, N. Y. m -rs
PURE WATER, NO SMOKE, AND A SPLEN
OODWIN'S rPTI'C l i LT. i ".T fFt IT
Ct ,,.. r ; .. ., ,- .I.. . .. .
'ir I. I ji: .. l r i .* m.II i I I... [ i n : .
andmirake itthebestth ., .. o t dr,ira te i f ,
soap suds, or any other dirty soft water, and re
stant supply of soft water may I.. I. .i r I..
weather. The Chimney Pots are a preventiti
amsokyehimnies, and on ornament to the exterior
building. Dogs, Lions, Fountains, Vases for a
gardens, &. made from drawing gsand patterns
shortesit notice. Further partic ars a t the office
ner Chamber and West Br oadway.
N. B, TheC ..r. -*I ii .. .- riii, b' iltas
torequirem er,a n.'. '.I I '.- ..r ,, ., .. r
ALT RHEUM A KIN-.. *~'. '.
1-... '.f i 1t *h.i i
andallother d. .. I ,t, ..,' i.
nmayoe aPilied the most delicate infant-
t. ,.1 ...:.nI ,r ..
at,. ,. r ".. N. ,rrr n ,..r., ,PA O I !." r. .
keepsie; and Rawis& Cs .,.., N, \..,
SKCEARt1NG & CO. Pianto Forte inanufa,
rr "P ".,1 .r 17...,. ..i I r. uiin
r rods. The materials
.. .,. i. ...,.*: .., under their immed
._ d, ,,,,,,i ,. "... i i tr any climax
most reasonable teems.
J, K. &Co. areconstantly receiving from Euro
Music beband in the neatest manner.
azsermen of .plaiL ar- figured, verycheap,
tapt 3.m 17. Slf ring, cor. salliva
From the Army and Navy Chronicle.
SAPRESENTIMENTS OF DEATH.
ark I There is an article in the December number
r lthe United Service Journal, entitled "Refollcctiol
of the British Army," to which the following is at
Sded by way of a note, showing how singularly, i
1 00 / some instances, presentiments of death, or acc
50 dents have been verified.
37' In the year 1805, the regiment I belonged to (tI
VOLUNME VI. MONJDAY, JUNE 5, 1837. N1MBIE 55. 71st) formed part ofthe expedition forthereductio
e. of the Cape of Good Hope. We landed there i
D.Rg-THE real genuine Levisen's HUNTER'S RED OODS FROM AUCTION.-MILLER & SUTTON, From the Charleston Courier. January, 1806. The day on which we lande,
DROPS. for Venereal :-: 'e been sold in Division have just received from auction, 2 packages of Lin SKETCHES OF FLORIDA Capt. F., of the 21st regiment, also on the san
street. for :he last three years, can he obtained at No. 5 en Cambric Handkerchiefs, at the reduced price of 18 service, came to me, ard desired I would go roun
UE Division street, 4 doors fromil Catham square. Every shillingsa dozen. Also, large quantity ol Canton floor THE SAILoas GRAVE. with him to the different officers of my regimen
bottle will have the written name, U. LEVISON upon e it m attg. ucli claSpertn the regular retail p, at On the South side of Key West is a fine beach, with all 6f whom he was well acquainted, and w
Sfor They are warranted to cure, or te monyN. Slivan a Spring sts. a m of considerable extent. I derived great pleasure were very intimate friends. We went round tog(
Ireland, t -e. They tay belied also, at No. IS North Sixth
1roppod street,'Philadelphia. my31m h, (CORK LEGS, ARMS, &c.-CHARLES BARTLETT from strolling along this beach, and whilst 1 col- their, and he bid good-bye to all the officers, probe
aents or SO.A --A I L E / (successor to J, F. Thomas) No. 2 Crosby street, elected the shells and marine substances which the ably, though I did not remark at the time, (that
and the D-P New York respectful informs te friends f Mr. T. sea had cast ashore, indulged in solitary reflection remember) with more than his usual solemn man
fore those U i INIfor rrearkiu ireni and coan onthe oldstyle and the public, that he has bought the business lately Often has my imagination recalled the events of ner.
it va t preparation. Tircinconrenience fusing the odsty carried on by him, and haoes by strict all ention, thav- othe r tup a n cu -
anad te of Indelible Ink is well known. This Ink requires no perfetknowldge o Artificial Limb maing al other times, and conjured up scenes and ircum- When yegot back to my post-" Now L-- ,
imposing preparatory liquid, and is therefore used without the is branches,)to merit share of that support which has stances calculated to give life and interest to the said he, my hardest task is to take leave of you.
-xpenscs east trouble. It is warranted not to corrode the fine-t so liberally been given to his predecessor. prospect. Here lay concealed the wily Buccaneer, I replied, We shall beat theMvynheers to-morrow
line ap-. cabric, iand its color and durability, is fully eqalo n CHARLES BARTLETT. watching with intense anxiety for his prey, or en- and then we will have a jolly day in Cape Town.
Sin any ible Ink) and also without preparation, some of Thici FAWCETT Member of the Royal College of deavoring to Atice him within his grasp. How No," said he, I" shall die to-morrow." On th
Bank of will nat bear washig, purchasers shouldbe particular ." iSureonsof eLondonanl Edinburgli, and Member often has the shore been strewed with materials next morning, almost as soon as the action coon
to inquire for Paysonrs Indelible Ink. For sale at of the Medical College of Philadelphia, may be consult- plundered f am some unfortunate vessel. Behold mtnced, I heard he was shot through the neck b
N. Y. hllolesale and retail by A. B. & D. SANDS. Druggists ed every day, Sundays excepted, at 210 Fulton st., near yon blazing wreck in the distance, whilst the air ari... .... and killed 6n the spot.
No. 100, Fulton, corner of William rtrect, and by the Greenwich: resounds with the oaths and imprecations of the d... i after the 71st was ordered to Bueno
pool. most respectable Drugists and Stationers th fhout Dr.F. is encPouraigesy tie ufori succ atei,, pirate crew, or the prayers and supplicationsof the Ayres, arid the ship that I was on board of, a trans
XTRITING FLUID.-PREMIIMS awarded by the his peculiar method of treatment in re cure of a few hopeless captive. Alas how many hands have port, having rolled away her masts was separated
'Y Mechanics' I.rI.aI.. ,,.. Fr, nueld at Castle prevalent ...., ,.ir ,- which has been confirmed by the been uplifted, and how many voices exerted in vain from the fleet. While we were making the best o
Garden, Septembel i:', --I" i. -T. Davids, 22Wil. exporicnci .[ I.,.. years in large aind extensive entreaties for mercy! Cold blooded murderers.- our. way to South America, some of my brother
liam i '.i.. "- ax-a diploma. 138. To T. Davids paclice, six years surgeon of the 24th regiment of the They were steeled againstevery visitingof compas- officers were lamenting oursituation and regrettin
urday 2 ,,, .i. ..1 Writing Fluid-THE BEST INK British any. Sensible, also,o te happy e t re- sionate feeling. What a contrast to the exciting that we should be too late to share inu the conquest
aster. Tile superiority oftrids Fluid over common Inks. ma attention to a cerLain class of diseases. Dr. F. continues picture which my fancy had drawn is offered by I replied, "You need be under no apprehension, you
1- be sneuried up under the following eads :-tie greater to direct lhis study to the following disorders, viz .-Dys- the tranquility which now reigns around. Nought will be time enough, for I shall lose my leg there.'
Ir readinessawiti which. it combines witrnthe paper; the popsin, Liver Affections, Obstinate Ulcers, Piles, Hernia, is heard but the roaring of the ocean, or the occa- I said this, fully assured in my own mind that i
eases with w hireh it.ows a rom and I .. .. ,. p ..i...,; '.. ...... siait Rhtirnm,&c., anid all those ils- sional note of some solitary bird, startled by the would be so; but if yot ask me from whence tha
,, er clogging it as other inks do ; the :... ..-,..: sideratey t, th ereto esucte it of in on- footstep of man. Around me lay wrecked and assurance arose, I am unable to answer.
e clearnes w t aquirts ichie writes, free froit ha t mdn train of nervous affectiins, but also entails on its nune- ruined, the dearest hopes of humanity. The bones Some days afterwards, the surgeon said his in
ili: tondiness hieisthe prevailing fault of all common inks; rous votaries the enervating imbecilities of old age.- of that husband for whose return the anxious wife strumnents had contracted a little rust, and asker
ilingon its rWigit and distinct color when fiut written, whereas Whenever an applications made for the cure of a cer- has looked in vain, lie bleaching here. Who can who could best put them in order. To which I re
thin-inks are generally pale; also, its drying so quickly, tain disorder, the eradication is completed in a few days, calculate the amount of misery inflicted upon hu- plied-as they would first be used upon me,I wa
retainingitw teaidityyirteallweathers,%havinglnotten ouanodin the more advaneeA sandinveterete I. .. ..I- -.....s on
retaiihing its haidityin all weathers, having no tend reali tetin, charac erized by a variety *I" .I manity, and the crimes perpetrated ? What tongue the best person to get it done, and gave them to
artord itsn clityetoTresistthe agentssnselto obliterate coinon distressing symptoms, a perseverance in his plan (wN,. shall tell the anguish of that mother's heart, who man of my company to do. The assistant surgeon
for enders it particularly valuable for writing Bills of out restraint in diet or exercise, and without mercury) after long and prayerful hope, gave up her child, was a friend of mine, and I prevailed on him ti
Exchange, Wills, Deeds, and Testamentary Documents will ensure to the patient a permanent and radical believing that in the ocean's bosom he had found a teach me how to applythe torniquet to myleg..
N. Y. and also for Log Books, Journals, and other Records on cure. nd f t.... grave. She little dreams that his mortal remains selected one with great cere, and by ies application
-.mo' Sea ., -.:.. ., ..,,';.... .' .a sea-air or ma- ect ons e efe- lie buried in yon barren bank of sand. The pirate (humanely speaking) I saved my life-without i
'ORE- ina.superior manner, to tIe copying. mac hie, and is -,r ,.,,;. reflection to know that by a and his murdered victim have passed away from I should have bled to dea;h. We landed next evsn
, have alike suitable and equally advantageous to the quilU as p'oper perseverance in hris remedies, thle general health this scene of action. We cannot pretend to lift the ing at Poita de Quihnes, under the village of Re-
gant and the steel pen. is renovatee and the impediments removed; and if veil of futurity but we may presume that whilst duction. My brother officers appointed me prinz
accom- Be careful to use this Fluid in separate stands, and by barrenness arise from any cause in either exit can be the latter, sleeps in the sweet hope of happiness agent, when I begged another officer might be no-
"eir of- no means inix it with common ink, Shake the bottle positively remiova'l on apuarely vegetable plan of treat-' --
. The welbefore pouring ay out, and its property of resist- e ot hitherto itrodaedinothe United States. 1 the former shall awake to tremendous nated, as I was assured I should not be able t
months, ing attempts to obliterate it will be more fully insured. Dr. Fawcelt exclusively professing the cure of these ,_'-'"h.ea.,, act.
ed, and Put up in bottles of three, six, and eight ounces, and particular complaints, thinks it bin justice to himself to Indulging such thoughts as these, I one day The next morning, when the drum-beat to arms
, worn pints and quarts, state, that he has been properly educated in every reached the spot which had been appropriated by Isaw the surgeon, ran to hinm and said, ',Look oui
would Prepare by THADDEUS DAVIDS, manufacturer of branch of te profession, and that his diploas from Connmmnodore Porter as a burial place for his officers for me-I shall be the first man that falls." Th
,e price Min', ...... '... .:i.-. Wax, Black, ted, and Indeliblc mLodonu, EdnnlrsnrguL ad dPhiladelphina, arein large frameslo aufi who died s i g
lsfeor I.'-,rI ..'..' C PaBlasckte, a & d ileon n mLont adn,,. Irh a la n and meh,who died w ist eruizing against the pi- third shot the enemy fired from the first gun they
stree and 148 Maiden Lane. ap3 tfin mayfar.:., ,., '., i i ,.I.:. ,u i ...,,, tie most rates of the West Indies. It is about a mile from opened, struck me on the calf of the leg, and nearly
SCO. strae.p3 eminent of the medical faculty of Dublin, will convince the light house, situated on a sand hill within one took it off; as I lay on the ground I successfully
S FISTPREIU GRAND ACTtON PIANOFORTES. any inquirer,. hundred .yards of the sea. Most of the tombs applied the torniquet. I had ben speaking to Col
Syou TM. PEASE, would inform the public thah is sup. patients in tleesotest parts the union cane wre i tate of decay. The wind had blown P ., as we were advancing, who was just about tc
id fash- WV plied with a complete assortment of Piano Fortes treated successfulhx on their describing minutely their .1,.
.',' ofdifferentpatterns, and all the latest improvements .r.... ,..:r.. .-,.: aremittance.for advice and medi- thle '-i ... i:.:r i1 .:. ., ..lthers hadtunmbled to order my ..-.r,,p.r., thefront, as sharp shooters,
'. "and warranted to stand any climate, and. not surpassed clue. lie most lisnorable secrecy observed inall cases the r'.:",u-.I, i.!-.r r,: .. ,:., which were of mar- when the ir .i.:. was fired.-the second took
nt of all in tone by any in the country. and medicines will besecurely packed and careftUiy ble, could still be deciphered. Here rest the ashes away the musket of the man on my right, (i.e.) the
elegant Also, itusical Instruments of every description, and secured from observation. apl8 s6m of those brave and generous men who, relinquish- left .and man of the company on ny right, passing
eca, folios and sheet music b of all nle latest puonable rions; also, port i .- g the comforts and endearments of society, went between his head and mine-the third struck me.
a'c.la fo, other house in the city. on a s.on, ia.e a ,ti 1 "r.I, .- V' ... ,E ilT '''" fo trth into distant seas to fic-liht the battles of hu- I saw it corning all the wayfrom tile gun, a Span-
Sp.:..:. i P. would mention, with regard to his PianoFortes, .,,. ,,ii ii.. -- ,,.' vanity. The benefit of their exertions is daily felt ish six pounder, about six or seven hundred yards
and of that they are selecteI with great care in regard to the ,,r, .;,, .,rc .:, .,,. .,;.,., t..,,. ..ii;,,.i -. in tmhe security given to commerce,-and the lives of distant, but I think not so much. So accurately
ly and quality of ione, as he considers himself perfectly qual. *,,-,: ..r,. ..- ,.. .,. ,. :.'. ., .. ,,, their fellow men; but nothing remains to mark the did I see it, that my covering sergeant cried out
ashes fled, having been a teacherbonf nthe aboveninstruienthso- fo an. inpurpr. s ..i .r ...r sceneof their suffering and their .triumph, but a few "Stoop." 1 said "Stand up, it is coming, low."
ay think try. All Pianos sold at this establishment arewarrasted o us efl brcty and sedt nse it o frail perishing memorials, which the hand of friend- I asked myself, when on the ground, why Idid not
rat te fo one year. PEASE seses a specific property and contains te aterat ship has erected. Where is the boasted gratitude attempt, by stepping eight, or left, to avoid it; but
.,to be Piano Forte and Music Stole, 329 Broadway, and renovatingprophrties to 1h r. .-i.et.-s.t r r.-nto "x of man, and why has not a column been erected I could never give any reason. I state these
assort- opposite Masonic Hall. the faculties of the syem it, : ... .... ....... .:- f to their memories? things to show it was not a transient ad.s-o I ut-
S N. B. publishedte songs Forsake Me Not years. The credit has effected, where the most cele Apart from the rest stood one solitary grave No tered at random, but it took root inll y and
, or a .dthe randVictoria Waltz." m9 rited nostrums have failed, is sufliient to show that stone indicated the nameof its tenant, but woman's governed my conduct.
Green S SES OF THE EYE.-D. ELIOTT, ISt an it excels a.j cthea before the public for the sameinten. ,.ove had consecrated the spot. Te mn s Tie day that I quitl.ted Bunmous Ayree (11 th Au-
.. Professor of the Anatomy and Diseases of lthe Hu- tion. One bottle isgen rally sufficientt. test its efflca-. soil being such t
IE AP i man Eye, 303 Broadway, up stairs, begs to inform those cvy, and commonly, From one to five effects a cure-and as would not support vegetation, a tub containing gust) as I was going out of the fort on crutches, to
r'.s 230 who are troubled with weak, sore, inflamed Eyes, or i t.. i... r.. .....- .. ... ... .,. .,, rich earth had been sunk in the grave, in which a embark, Captain K. Royal Engineers overtookme,
spress- any defect ofvision, that they have now an opportunity lt.e. I', ""'* '-' i", r'..ir ..ii..: 1. i .. flowering tree had been planted. This tree, after a and said-" L., ,:,- cir,.-,TI t..lir,, n:-: l o ,s
s is: of gettg their eyes iPERFECTLY CURED (withoutan r .. .- .-" r lapseofeight or ten years, still continued to bloom should loseyoI .--..:. ., ..t. .... I h, n.: .r hall
can ra e a t m d ass aisfactorceieates m be sees and reference and sledts odorsarod. Happy, cried I, that an hour to live ..1.. 1 ., rth oc -,. ,:;]l ... i,fu, I
valued. Europe, a'I -,ne of the best in Amnerica-Professor given, by applying tothe propriei.or, 2S6 Division street. warrior, upon wnose dying couch woman's tear contains such tr. ...'lm- l,. i .:it'I.-) i'.u i.-ali
pair of Smitoh otihe Medical College of Ohio-is enabled to as- New York. Orders will receive Immediate attention, hath been shed, and upon whose neglected grave England you v Ill :. .y I :r r I :11 i,rr .:. ,,1 f-4
mlem at sert with confidence that he can restore to sight, and Ishall only annex the following certificates at present, to she had planted a memorialof her affection. Lon &c. &c." I had to hobble half round the fort te
e from e *.... i short time, the most dangerous diseases of show its efficacy. S. R. BIRCH. may it continue to flourish. Long aythe kind enbark, and before I get to the bankofthe river, in
ti l0. is-) r, niilensrto considered Incurable, as from h is ex- New York, March S I dews and showers descend upon and nourish thy about, I suppose, twenty minutes, they called to
Imr tensisv and successful practice, hundreds in New York This is to crtilry that I was afflicted with thle rhetuna- te n, and hallow thy ortr i ut ti lled.
and elsewhese can testify. tim, accompanied with extensive ulcers >i the neck token, and hallow thy afecton, woman. Rest, me over the ramparts, K. is.just killed.
Broad- ;rECTACLE.--The Pa.rent Self-adjusting, beautiful and chest, for 18 months. One of the ulcers discharged spirit of the brave! beauty hath consecrated thy
sssort- Transparent Medium Glasses, having the peculiar pro- five pieces f bone from one of my ribs, and after lay- memory, attnd the waves of the ocean, sighing on From Living-i witiott M leans "
BED- perty of keeping the eye perfectly cool, giving it imne- .,.... ,-....i .. .-.' dollars for medicine and at- the sea-beat shore, shall sing thy requiem Samuel Sharp dined one da 'en faille' with
", i"- ate and permanent ease, and at the same time adjust ':,i '.i .ui hIi...r, 1 have been perfectly cuted one y n mille' wit
.- ~r, .. 'i... ige and defect, without the necessity .y u:,,., i., lii.i .iicrative. Rest.sailor, rest! affection's hand Blake. Without saying a word of the perturba-
T| C* w f. hr... l Es will himselffit the glasses to suit the 'I 'tTEEL, ,o. 60 Frankfort st. Iath planted in t' .I *iIl. .. tion of Mrs. Blake, when she saw another gentle-
-: i '. i.-.. i. 1,. Price of the Patent Glasses, 1 25, New Yolk, Feb. llth, 1837. And hallowed in I, .--... ,,.. man coming up the front steps with her husband,
-; '-- common do, 3 shiillings. This is to certify that I was aiced with the rheuma- A precious tribu. ,: '., *' or of her embarrassment at the table, in attending
Elliott's Patent Ointment, forth immediate cure ofin- Ism in both of my shoulders for a number of months F .. oin e foami e, to thne wants of a man ho ." ga-
Sflammation of the ye. Price 50 cents pr box, war- together, and for three months the last partof the The oag sug, the fo g wae, to e wants of a man who :.. r..... -
r,1 r ranted. e time, I was not able to fold my ary i or raise my hands lay das their spiay upon tihy grave ; ted, we will pass at once to nce l .1to .. :i
'. Dr. E. has removed to 303 Broadway, corner of Du- to my head-I was under the .; A. .- ..r a number o But sweletet birds Im distant bowers, In vino veritas.'
i ane street. Private entrance in Duanestreet. physicians, land after using ... .. : ...- ..,., ; :Sailwarble amongg those fragrantilowers. 'My dear fellow,' said l. i. --ii. ,, 1;. were
S.,S' N.B. B. r. E. begs leave to state that he attends to the Panacea in succession, and spending, one Il. ,. .J3 ,.:. 1 'I.,. -.1 .iit. notes, tie waved' wild mIoanl, gonen-' hann hut I beli .... i
NICS' diseases of ti -- andi imperfections of vision only. lars for different nostrums advertised in the newsoa. I- -1 I j..ys for ever llown ; hilr on e', t. v si.ne i.*r
mbers O DOCTORS DENTITSp SURGEONS AND pers, without effect, I was restored perfect healthI y And evening's soft ani dewy tear, fpilopheres stone. Ever since your disastrous
salean OTHERS O -WT R. GOUIDING & Co., S uical using two bottlesof Dr. Birch's Alterlive. Shall steal in perfume o'er thy bier. failure thee years ago, you have lived as easy as a
Severe Isument aTRdCutlery Manufacturers, corrgi of J AlIES IIINESON, 21 I yfIouston street. maonaere.
re ., hrstro nnent anid Cutlery tlanufectmr(ers, corner of Tihs is to certify that I was afi ifed ais the liver Sharp had an object in gruit, ir-.:" 'I-rh,':.rrh-
nton and y ts, (over Joseph Baggot's complaintfour or five years, and t last year I was Fams f Englad.-The farms are regularly dece of is con-bibber, as. l r
.., 'Iintcume.. and cutlery ...... ..... .. bed'.s laid out in squares and parallelograms of froima two cantl, ashe decanted glass 1 1 .ih, r a.
,r,,. ground, polishedamdrepaired e w i 0. ..... ,.'.. t .U........ ,.B.... :areD f four different to forty acres, andpin general tsy are laid do wn tine In night na t..kon "f- 'i r "-"
S:.: t n ... ando.f.,nsu me tsar1 L c,,e y. I..: i f ..o st., there barley or oats just shooting up from the dark "n honest man cannot live
Rose a number of yea past, oerphysicians, pt uner a course of nery and tried as smooth nd lh everyas there in the Uake th h hm th I o a "
red by theabovline to themedica faculty and. dental practi. O CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.-the under- of America do you see in or 0milesr a tat appystate, w tlo who
Stioners afrom whom atlie solicits a share of patronage, mny nostrums withn ut rvceiu ed a fresh sufectty of c Hoice e iv-rpa t th'- m l, hw o, consumer terseness more than elegance call "weep-
h the assurance, from his xurant wheaxpe tence and practice a fine which are ord unreasonable e op and ing drunk.
Scall th edge of the waahtbusiness, that no effort shall be terms.y plug by using teso bottleswhich are for the most part nealy 'I found it manso-a s in the world Blake
S ,, ... FI-.. -., Chirurgical Pt mp and rative. Gold, Etract ORE. trimme about the gardens and farmhouses, and Yes, buGreat what in theans named B of as he sippedhis...
1-. -. .. .. d ,. .. to by thpreparations fo putting add more tatoes or turnips; and winof th e younow
cSald Head, T ; R s ELruptn on hw ib ratr e, Io ,I I -lud-i^e Fmmon method of making the hedg- ark s acopy-l whenI learnedtowrite,
o lro., Libertynad-ln v b o street, w'itiL be ,n',.. -- -.':,I R -t. t., there barleyom oats just slootiu gup fro e deap 'has always been my irmity to be too ho
.i. it. -' 0 :, i ,:,,i F:., a.ving bee foreman for e e a nd rich soil. But scarcely a rod of fence such 'N d ailin Blake-sttdin tear tooling. Sop.Blakye. He
P. Rose a number of years past, offershis services in r EM, as we tet wih every where in a the ,Unitee Ie had reached that happy state, which those whoie
red by the above line to .e..edical facul.tyarid.... dental practi- 'P0 C EtISS AND DRUi GISTS. -t e under- of Ae ica, do you see in your 200miles n u cnhen s-lt terseness ore lan elegance c ll Iweep-
tioners, fron t womhn lie solicits a share of patronage,- Jze- hHvenba-,t Fooreceived a freshsnupvt of choice lpa td theeto os' coul nor e vnower my e should
wall.theassuranceo isonelha .e-.., .. -s .. s yn th1 a bn d
-aDEAUt at theasarmace frow tri xperiene S and prayti :e n. uwnicoareofferedonr eas able poot i retropohms. Alid a wt h and ing drunkk"
DD calryest knowde ofthe business, tha no effort small b terms. these hedges, which are for the hdgeost part neatly How found it so-and stopnedg. I must pay one'
p, -i, :' ". ., satisfactory.. Muriate of Gold, Earact trimmed about the gardens and farmhouses, and IYes, but wvhat in the name of -it11:
vefr1 'rR H. D. TURNER, Agent for Beckwith's Pills UST i**: .1i, i. .... l,:.1l .,l a whitefragrant blossom, very'much thousand tU-morrow, and next week two-'to say
ofthe I Broaway, New ork. allow do mblg that o. the thorns ofe beauty of te you no 'f smallfry. Thank fortune, my credit
S R.My Dear Sir-TM send yo a letter from Dr. f inor medical, e to any in the wo countrycr descriptionanad pictured upon ant s t teservaat the tiohoneysuckl the first law of nature,"
.s James Mnneyi, a p tysician well known intis ton t he United Socinety do alled Shakers, and r sale by i s unfold thecoe makingile nedg- as a copy-slip when I learned to Shrite,'
SH iessiona characterand g eserine-he JOHN C M rN d n sweetness with the hawthorn. In thhedes o'llivemelift
2011 Face, Neck, Hanood. s,Ac.-Ti Ointient has bee, used Strychnine, Roots. ...,arplanted; some ies mrown upar pogetheraps a 'It h is watch-s bIn mustin of. rmit 'l to be toowhat
Sso wel and favorably knowntat. BECKWITH. is unne .. oneetCalmnt, but oftener far apart, so that each one. ries and an o for you.'
S aleghN.. April 23, 1837 Hoe.... i, .Tb iti i...- E....... d ,.,'- foot fro* y in the level of the fields whbut ichnot leto be That's an elegant little le
JNOBECKWITH,M.De do fenced off, ten the young thorn is to be planted in sad failing,Two hunBlae-sad failing. Stop,y dolBlake.'
T IDear S i- .: -1 i.. .. ,. ; 9 , i','* ,ty",.?ag, Thyme, ,c., w ir, l ,*v i- i'h id .. .inkled here and there for it.'
.. N, t, ..givey ... .. .. .- r ,.,, ,,, ,, ,, anartic..eni-iedf two parallel row s, about afoot or igthten inches 'Youh, hag it, I ave been insolvent thalse fiheve
..-... pepsa, wh.c.h occurred my o ii ,, l .. 1 1 ,.. proseMur.. ... a ait. r n,.. n.. t l .i .ia ce ol a groveor it years-cut- to pay your debt'no good. fI
.i ri ..: .. '. ~. r'i. .... n..b..'. la .l n, n.o, The aboveto wih an assfrti or il ..... i r n 1.1 n little to the beauty of yrifi i oueoar f ei o od
i- .. use it ..y rely o p i* ,inds of isasntHebas nnane F love, Bellad to pao.ther has attained tile high of r or e t i about could only be ufortunate nowif y store should
sefalible: itisputupaty pa inin boxes, and that all N ho with aare ..-.,..., 1 1.. ...iad superior to any i as many years, it beco s so dense that o I was in busess'- ere anthr pretty te.
,ndoer it need may try it, itis sold at 2 cens tIe box. For sale at i &ed o. *BACII & INi n ic animal should th of breaking th ough fo yA dniott iayou o re e
* Detur. finUesUatcd rth Ba laytie roriy eor watet No.eidy 1 l5,. tn A 14 Hudson, corner of Readeestreet, Tre leaf is e mnal l, deeply v erdant, and beautifully hy ?a
eas- BADEAU; at the Basowery edicinre Store, 2W0Bolveeryhe y
cn N. 1, ct- .I t., I1,, I thine naonth of May these hedges are IHow foolish we are talking. I must pay one
Idys fo d F* Ft., ROOTS and SEI.lDS.. ,,..1 % a t i,, t a wiefrigrta ntblossom veryimich thousand to- morrow, and next 'week two--to say
rers I. D. TU RNE, Agesnt for Beckwithr's Pills TUST e. &-. .1 ,i, .. r1i, .,f,.e,, ts. onherltlethings- youfolo
r of the Lv.. 180 Broadway, NewYork. allos1'1.0r.11.._-.'ty...-.. ,-,.... resah tratof tmne thornsi of our own country,- nothing of small fry. Thanklfortrme, isy credit is
stoopa- ,n My Dear Sir-I send you a lelver from Dr. for mi eicalune hoaiy i te worl ani i tt up e and it isen that tle o hoaeysucld and other wiltre goetor y .ne-
onrranted ,,,. ,-s aney, ..a pboxysicianof piwellsnon in this stats r the United Society calleved and for sale sal by ., andflowers unfold their briwho drwli holes pandit, nintheird h thought Sharp.
or- igh profession cl trengter and comat experine- A.e JOHB. & A N CDruggists, 100 for all po sweetness wiButh the wthor. In edes You'll give e a lift n a mo
prove proved. He owinuthistenth year, in s state,- 186 and 188 ..,.,..,, te roseuh as theoak, the sen, ad te horse cites- 'ln a leastrupt you know-but'-here Sharp
'y-0'n rt ....ro ." ou"r l,..I.ino. L',,.', \,, ,,., ,,. ,,, tut, are planted; som times in rows icariogether, tfol- out Iis w atchn-'I m ust be oil: I'll see w hat
arese ows rapidly. JAMES MANNEY,ECKWITM.D Dealers are rBesectfully invited to call but oftenerexam fr apart, s that eachone ries an I can do for youe? .'
aleate n Be NC.Mar 23,1837. ap271 em,andsatisfy,hemselv f their superiority ,, y itself over the humble but t ot less Thatng 's aHireon eleg occasnt littlelyver.'
te' and AN INV.TATION TO THE LADIo-S. every other match ever manufacturer 5 tf br e d; shade oHire-my conscience! I should never think of
S J. O,r BECKWI THN M. OFF! SELLING OF,.-I.. SELLING OFF ...... '.., r growth below. Single trees of great 'It is so. Twoher mandred and fifty dollars paid
-811 ehNo EAUTY, D.rIETY PEk. n a. On bo e mo n er aeriVnetvs srn oe, te pri d here and there for it.',
i. ty, t y ..... .' ,t.,..I,, .o. : ....., r .,t a tented '... ,r1, -, -,. tha, mw and then you 'Youedidnot sacrifice any little perpo alsohl a
.I:1 .1 I.y51U ci, le .w ,' t.rue.. an a,' Aaprticrn tn al eideedi for on ,y.ier t 1 a gr ove ory ci rcti- t yy' rd te?'
NEW-YORK, IUNE 5, 1837.
We have been careful in our career as editors of
this paper, to avoid as much as possible all political
topics, whether relating to the general or state
governments ; we have certainly not permitted
ourselves to be drawn into the discussion of party
questions, or, the relative merits of party leaders.
Our main object has been to present to our readers
the history of the day, leaving them to draw their
own inferences from the facts that we record,
without often troubling them with our speculations.
But the time has arrived when it is necessary to
assume the higher duties that devolve on the con-
ductors of a newspaper press. In doing this we
will frankly state that it is not out of consideration
for the severe and unparalleled losses of our mer-
chants-it is not with an especial reference to this
respectable class of our fellow citizens that we feel
ourselves called upon to take a firm stand against
the dangers which beset us. Severe as have been
their sufferings, they have still something left from
the wreck of their fortunes. It is the situation of
the Mechanic and Working Man that concerns us
most. RUIN STARES THE LABORING CLASSES IN
THE rACE. The mechanic wanders through the
streets, looking in vain for work to keep his children
in bread,-the cartman watches with anxious eyes
for employment, but watches in vain,-the steve-
dore, the laborer, all are standing idle in the streets.
In an adjoining state, so severe is the distress that
the cattle are -stolen and killed-the potatoes but
half grown, are dug up to prevent starvation.-
WHO ARE THE AUTHORS OF ALL THIS MISEERY '? and
WHAT IS THE REMEDY? These are questions which
come home to every man's business and bosom-
to all who have the welfare of their country at
heart, and have an interest in its prosperity and
happiness. They are questions we shall examine
in our future numibers-though we approach the
subject with great reluctance ; but it is our duty,
as editors of a public press, and that duty we shall
fearlessly and honestly perforinm.
Destructive Fire and loss of life.
Between one and two o'clock, on Saturday morn-
ing, a fire was discovered in the brick building, 109
Washington street, occupied as a public store by
the Government, which, together with all its valu-
able contents, was destroyed. The contents of the
building were principally owned by different indi-
viduals, and consisted of English, French, and
German goods, &c., valued, we are informed, at
$1,000,000. There is an insurance to the amount
of only about $150,00@ effected, we believe, in the
following offices, viz: Merchants', $i3,700; Eagle,
$20,000; Howard, $20,000; Contributionship, $15,-
000; XEtna, 810,000.; Equitable, 810,000; Firemen's,
$10,000; City, $9,000; Manhattan, 86,0@0; Mutual
S 4,1,-, and to a small amount in the United States
and North American.
The fire, it is generally believed, mast have been
burning for some hours before it was discovered;
and there can be no doubt but the true cause of its
o., ( in, was spontaneous combustion, from the fact
of there being a large quantity of loco-foco matches
closely packed, in the building, apparently near by,
where the fire is supposed to have first broken out.
We have been informed that the store was closed
very early on Saturday; and that there has not
-been one spark of fire allowed within, the building
for the last fortnight.
We regret to add to the above disastrous occur-
rence the melancholy intelligence of the loss of at
least one fellow-citizen. By the falling of the north
", *.: the wall, several persons were buriedainder
ith- r ir,. One, severely injured, was taken out
immediately; and, late in the morning, the lifeless
:body of THOMAS' HORTON was dug out. This un-
f.t'.rinar. nir, belonged to that gallant but ill-fated
Hose Company, No. 13; and had but a few days
since been elected Assistant Foreman. He has
1.:0 ; ij;..:.insolate wife, one child, and a large circle
,of itr,.,.'--, to mourn his melancholy less-his age
was about 26 years. An apprentice to John S.
Gilbert, ship-joiner, named Charles Stuyvesart,
was so severely injured that no hopes are enter-
tained for his recovery-having several dangerous
wounds in the head, and one hand severely burned,
Sunday.-Yesterday afternoon every avenue out
of town was crowded with equestrians and pedes-
trians. The cars, to Harlem were crowded as is
their wont. The difficulty of getting back, from
the immense quantity of persons anxious to arrive
in town before night fall, is ludicrous. The cars
were literally besieged-taken by storm. Hobo-
ken, that pretty retreat, also displayed a great num-
ber of visitants-the fair sex forming a conspicuous
part. The Elysian fields,werelcrowded with "birds
'of Paradise," and one or two "'coal black Rose's."
Sunday now is literally out of town. New York
is deserted-quiet reigns in its streets-all are foi
pure air-country sun and dust.
Canton.-Two vessels have just arrived from
Canton. Papers have been received to the 21st o
February. The American Missionary's death,(the
Rev. Edwin Stevens,) is announced.
Ifichings. -We are glad to state that a bumpe
attested this most useful actor's claims upon th
public, o Saturday last at the Park Theatre.
young lady made her first appearance in the after
:ieee and was wel received, but from excessive ti
nTllidli' '!,c. a Ir...:t ir,',l1 Ill,,.
S rft mp, r, .:.-The Supreme Court in Spring
f,.l-tl, Mi:!:. hi lately decided that, although ir
temperance, according to the existing laws, is nt
a sufficient ground for divorce, when unconnected
with cruelty .or neglect to provide for family, yet
may be argued in evidence as corroborative
SAir Gibbs.--The success of this lady at Bo
irn ha been exactly commensurate with her t
lents. The Bostonians are good judges-thi
judge de june.
The Philadelphia Loan Company hasdeclar
a dividend of six per cent for the last six-mont
payable to the stockholders after the 15th inst.
The Keeleys took their farewell benefit at
Arch Street Tlihire, Philadelphia, on Saturds
They appear sh.:,.tly at the Park.
On dit.-Calita,rI M"llr yait is about Writing .'
l ies Of original papers fior the Mirror.
The Present Crisis. Tales of a Sword and Pistol.
The explosion of the Safety Fund system-the [coxTINUED.] e
suspension of the banks throughout the country- After the pistol had concluded, its narrative of s
the disappearance of gold and silver-the prostra- its first fatal act, the sword comrienced a second p
tion of every branch of mechanical and manufac- incident in its eventful career.
during industry-the quenched spirit of comrn- "My gallant master died at an advanced age, g
mercial enterprise, and the demolition of the hopes when the arm that had borne me so bravely would
and the destruction of the prosperity of the hun- have trembled ,like an aspen with my weight.,
dreds of thousands of the people, are no longer Yet there was I, fresh, strong and vigorous as at
matters of apochryphal prophecy, but the sober the day of my birth, .
and solemn realities of history. The whole body I was now in the possession of a soldier of'for-
politic feels the pressure of the paralysing calamity, tune-whose valor and my trusty blade was his
and complaints and groans and drops ofagony are dower. He was ardent and enthusiastic, and had
poured from almost every mouth, or ooze from al- given great promise of future greatness, if, as it n
most every pore. The causes of the wide spread was predicted, his rashness did not mar his bud-
ruin that has overtaken us, it is needless to drag ding fortunes. I
from their unhonored graves- the effects they have We left the pleasant vines of our own sweet h
produced are, however, stalking daily before our France, for the burning sands and the scorching p
view, in melancholy and ghastly array, and serve heats of Africa. Louis the 9th, becoming ex-
to show the mortified gide, the fallen dignity, the ceedly devout-resolved to convert 'the King of
impotent hopes, and the visionary schemes of man. Tunis to the true faith, by mowing down his sub-
But yesterday, as it we'e, our whole community jects like grass. He would cram religion into his
was buoyant with joy, and bright with expect- heart if he should do it at the sword's point-
ancy. The proud bark of our fortunes was danc- Now the King of Tunis was perfectly satisfied r
ing gaily over the mountain wave, regardless of the with his own belief, and entertained no idea of such a
blast or the storm: anon she was struck by the warlike priests. He resisted. The consequence was,
tempest's wrath-and with her split sails, and riv- that the flower of the French army perished in-
en masts, and started planks, is thrown on her gloriously-victims to the climate which proved i
beams ends, and in the trough of the sea, is in dan- their grave, 'Oh, to be conveyed even in death to t
ger of-foundering and with difficulty kept afloat. my own beautiful land!' was the vain cry of many r
But shall we let her sink No: That vessel car- an expiring hero. So much for religious warfare. 1
ries, (not Caesar), but America, and her fortunes,, Well, the king died, and his son Philip 3d, by strong f
and her fame. She must, she shall be saved, reinforcements compelled the Tunisians to com. t
There are strong hands and stout hearts, and wise pound for peace in a good round tribute. Glad a
heads, and enough of knowledge and of wisdom enough were the army to quit the fatal shore.- c
to save her, and we have but to resolve, and it is Bright and glorious was their reception at the V
done. But to drop the figure. We must arm French Court. Those especially, who had enrdur-
ourselves for the effort-we must task our mind ed the hardships of the whole campaign. The few (
for the means to triumph over the trials to which who were not sacrificed, were almost idolized.-- e
we have been subjected. Adversity is a school in Entertainments the most magnificent, were given r
which wisdom may be learned-and let not her in their honor, and the fairest dames of Francevied
lessons be forgotten. We must retrench our ex- with each other in- their attentions to the brave
penses-we must learn to economize in every army. Here my master, the Chevalier de Lis, i
thing-we must all go to work. was much distinguished. But out of the very fa- h
Every days's labor is so much added to our vor (hat was extended to him, arose a great mis-
wealth-every dollar saved is as good as so much fortune.
earned. Extravagance and pride, and an over- Among the reigning beauties of the court, none
weening desire'to become suddenly richer than our were more distinguished than the fair Marie St.
neighbors, must give place t.) nir..- ri.:.J.:rai;...n and Remis. She had been for some. time, it was t
humility-to a sober disposition to win our labori- thought, attached tp the Count Mauriri, who had
eas way to wealth, by honest and unflagging in- been her constant cavalier.
,dustry. The rage for speculation-that exhausted She had indeed given him up her hand,-that is,
crater of a mighty volcano, must now subside, as much of it as a coquette can give,-and his was t
The merchant must patiently dispose of his goods, hers wholly. But she was taken up with the ma- t
nor purchase more than he can pay for. The me- nia for distinguishing the gallant officers who had
t chanic mustplythe toolsofhistrade, and fhoere-- r.:rt ,,..i i-.:n, the wars. She had ino intention c
a little or no employmenthere,let him emigrate. The' discarding the Count, but she wished to have the
west will open her arms to receive and provide for elat that other ladies had, by having one of the,
our redundantpopulation. The laborer must not: warriors in her traiq. She accordingly selected
.be content to linger around the graves of his em-' ,the Chevalier de Lis,1 who himself felt exceedingly
ployment, and dive on a potato and a herring a day proud -of the attention of the finest woman in ,
-he must pack up and be off into the country, to France. It was in vain that she was warned of -
till the soil, to drive the plough, to fell the wood, this inconsiderate conduct. Her pride, her vanity,
and to gather in the harvest. There he can find induced her to persist. The power of her beauty
enough to do-enough-to eat-and be comfortable, she felt to be sufficient to secure her lover's return
The thousandsof unemployed females must return! ,at any time, .and there could be no harm in a little
to ithe farm houses, and the healthy employment flirtation.' Besides, the officer was handsome-it
of ;the country, which dhey abandoned for the was pleasant-she was not a slave to custom-she
pleasure of starving in the metropolis-and those would have her own way before marriage, at least.
who want husbands must go to the west and they -So the Cheyalier remained her daily visitor.
will get them. All must be up and doing: every The Chevalier was cautioned against the conse- N
nerve must be .strung-every chord of capacity gquences of such an intercourse, but he laughed
braced for the.conflict with, and conquest over, ad- them to scorn. He who had braved the toils of
versity. "We are cast down-but not destroyed." war in he burning sands of Africa, was not to be
SOur disease is curable-our hope is in our own ex- deterred from the pursuit of a pleasant adventure
ertions. Our people are -too elastic to be long.op- by any.jhought of consequences. The Count Mau-
pressed. If we are wise, we will soon rise likeAn- riri might do all that a disappointed man could do.
teus, stronger than we were before our fall. We say Marie as as beautiful a being as he had ever be-
to the rich, retrenchl--to the poor, courage and en- held, d she had a right to select whom she pleas-
terprise-to all, perseverance and patience, and a d ed, a :to reject whom she thought proper-and
will be well,; and in two or three years, banks or gallatry and knighthood both forbade that he
no banks, creditor no credit, gold or no gold, we shou desert a lady who honored him with her
shall rise, reinvigorated and refreshed, and looking favor .
around us laugh at the frittered remains of the T us the soguette was paining one heart which
tempest, whose fury we had subdued, by our in- tru loved her, and fostering hopes in the depths
vincible energy and enterprise. of notlar which she never intended to gratify.
Coroner's Office, June 3.-Jefferson Brown, Esq. n her boudoir Marie was seated, just at this pe-
Coroner, was called to view the body r Th.)i'in c tar juncture of affairs, when the Count Mauriri
Horton, aged 28, formerly attached to the Fire En- the Chevalier de Lis were about waiting on her.
s gine No. 13, who was killed on Saturday-morning They came from different entrances. The Count
by the falling of a brick wall during the fire in gained the boudoir first, so that the Chevalier re-
Washington street. Verdict-" Accidentally kil- rained in an anti-room unobserved. Anxious to
led by the falling of a wall in Washington street,, know what hold he had in the affections of her
while discharging his duty as a fireman." who had shown him such favors, lie suffered his
Also, to view the body of John Cunninigha ears to drink in the sounds which came from the
who fell out of a window in Washington street bh- adjoining apartment.
tween Christopher and Amos sts. and was kill "Madam," said the Count, "I wait upon you
There was considerable doubt in the minds of te perhaps for the last time."
jury as to whether the man had fallen or had en Wherefore so," enquired Marie.
pushed out of the window, and the jury not av- "It is because your conduct is censured by the
Sing agreed upon verdict, adjourned.until4 o' lock world."
P. M. when they unanimously rendered a v rdict "Hew, sir." it
of accidental death. "And with justness, Marie."
r Error.-On Saturday last, for Tales of a "You have heard, Count Mauriri, the voice of
Sword and Pistol, concluded, read TalI of a scandal attack my name."
Sword and Pistol, continued. These tes will "I have.
form a series-one appears to-day. "And what reply did you make to the venomous
e Non Committal.-The following rev w of the "None."
Devil's Daughter, is from the Baltim re Trans- "I ask you, Count Mauriri, whether you believe
Scrpt:-. in my purity 1'"
"It is a wild and wonderful affair ith a plot iIdo, Marie,"
e considerably intervolved, and the us ies about as M a a t I ieie o .
A well preserved as in most modern pectacles or "Then know, sir, that I despise the opinion of
-. Melodrama's-analytically consider it is incon- the world, conscious of my own rectitude-I defy
gruous in regard to its several parts, ut as a whole it shafts. That you have listened to the slander
i- is well calculated to redeem all, iperfections of .. ..... me n- not indicated m h--
plot and incident by its splendid nbinations of attacked and not vindicated y on-
the beautiful and the terrible." or, his sunk you in my esteem beyond the power
,- j of language to express. That you have done me
a Trenton Raees commence on tuesday, June 6, the justice to believe'in my innocence, though you
s and we are authorised te state 5t the stables of h n he manhood to act in my defence, alone
d. Col. Wm.R. Johnson, Gen. I me, Capt. Stock- prevents me from halting you."
it. ton, Wm. Gibbons, Mr. Kend Mr. Pearsall, Mr. Marie, I could not defend you from the charge
f ananter, and several oth., too numerous t whi ch has gone against you, of levity, of frivolity,
mention, are now at the E e Course, and that o inconstancy, for I feel it alL If more evil
the stables of Mr. Stevens, r. Tillotson and Mr. thoughts to your disparagement arise from this con-
s'Costar will also be there. r the four mi4e race duct, the fault is yours-I cannot help it.
a- there will be Lady Clifton ost Boy, Mingo, Camnt- "Enough, sir, you may retire. The man who
ey sidel, and probably Do is and Tarquin. Res- owns this hand shall e my champion through
pecting the Trotting, w are authorised to state evil and through good report-aye, sir, against the
ed that Lady Warrenton, Clay, Wm. Penn, Hay- conviction of his own senses. I will beloved with
he maker, Standard, Colub us, Mountain Sylp, D. a religious faith, that makes every thing possible
Webster and N. Lesli re now at the course, and that it can err, or I will notbeloved af all."
that Lady Washingto -and several others will al- Count Mauriri took up his hat to depart, but his
le so be there.' Probaby this will be the most mte- unwilling footsteps bore him not out of the apart-
y. resting meeting that as taken place in. New Je- met. Love's spell was over him, and there was
sey for many years a dignity in his mistress that awed him, and made
Power take b brnfit this evening at the him love her very anger. His eye at length
Park. I .glanced upon her portrait.
"Ah! Marie," said he, "this I know waspaint-
d for me before the return of the army wrought
uch a change in our affections. Let it be now a
pledge of peacebetween us."
Marie was too much angered with her lover to
grant any favor so unseasonably pressed. Who-
ever it was intended for," she replied, "yours it
hall not be, nor that of any such false knight."
"It is intended, perhaps, for one of the gallant
soldiers, whom the Tunisians have spared ?"
"Perhaps it is."
"Is the Chevalier de Lis the favored knight ?"
"Insult me no longer, sir, with this imperti-
"I do-but shame and infamy be my portion if
do not wreak a terrible revenge upon his head if
ie crosses my path. You dare not give him that
As he took his departure my master entered to the
boudoir. He was received most graciously. The
miniature met his eye; he implored its possession-
at any other time he had prayed in vain, but she
mad been dared to give it.
A grand entertainment was given on that even-
ag by the officer who commanded the,expedition;
he chief nobility of Paris were assembled; on the
eight of the host sat the Chevalier de Lis-on the
eft Count Mauriri. After the wine had circulated
reely the general endeavored to bring the rivals
o an amicable e footing with each other, but vainly;
at length he forbade the Chevalier from pursuing a
course that would bring distress upon the Count,
without yielding himself any profit.
I should despise myself, my lord," replied the
Chevalier, "if I could act so lightly; you are, how-
ever, misinformed on the subject; I have a war-
ant that my attentions will not be profitless to
The Count was rising indignantly, but the host
nterfered-" Stay, stay," said he, what warrant
have you of what you say."
A pledge from the lady herself."
"It cannot be," said the Count.
What is it ?" asked the host.
"It is her portrait-behold it. She gave it me
"Liar, 'tis false," cried the maddened Mauriri,
'you stole it."
All further attempt to quell hostilities was from
his moment vain, the rivals could only be induced
to quit the apartment. The moment that they
were on the outside their swords were at each
mi\\.ms throats, and in five minutes they were
They died the victims of a weak woman's co-
An Old Man.-Freeman Hunt, in his new se-
ries of "Letters about the Hudson River and its
Vicinity," addressed to the editor of the American
Traveller, at Boston, says:-
"Of the twenty-seven original purchasers, or
proprietors, of Hudson, only one survives-ALEX-
ANDER COFFIN. I enjoyed his company for an hour,
andfound him affable and intelligent: and although
lie had attained the advanced age of ninety-six, lie
appeared active and sprightly. He was born in
Nantucket, and is a near relative of Admiral Sir
Isaac Coffin. When 1 saw him he was in the en-
joyment of good health, and told me that he could
walk a mile without resting. He has outlived a
numerous offspring, with but one exception. Of
ten children, one daughter only survives, and, she
is in liherst seventy-fourth year. -This venerable old
man is universally esteemed by his fellow-citizens,
for his patriotism and integrity. His reputation
remains unblemished by the foibles, and vices,
which, alae, too frequently mar the glory of gray
HIis scattered locks are white,
With the hoar frost oftime ; but ij his soul
There Is no winter. He the uncomnted gold
Of many years experience, richly spreads
To a niew generation; and niethinks,, I
Wit5 high prophetic lore doth etand sublime
Like Moses 'tween the living and the dead."
Baoeery Thcatre.-The unrivalled Ravels com-
mence a short engagement at this popular place'of
amusement this evening.
The Bank of lie Valley, at Winchester, Va.,
which thought to be enabled to continue specie
payments, has been obliged to discontinue them.
sExasting the Small Note Penalty.-An action
was brought in the Sixth.ward court, on Friday,by
Edward Fox, of the firm of Childs & Fox, tailors,
155 Chatham street, against Mr. Patrick McQuade,
under the following circumstances. It appeared
in evidence that the defendant, being indebted to
the plaintiff in the sum of $13.40, oftred in pay-
ment certain money amongst which was a three
dollar bill of the Bridgeport Bank, (Conn.) The
plaintiff refused to receive anything but specie, and
commenced a suit against MeQuade for the amount
of their bill. Not satisfied with this, Fox brought
his action against MeQuade to recover 815 for hav-
ing violated the statute in paying, or offering to
pay, circulating or attempting to circulate, a bill for
as amount less than 85. The penalty of such vio-
lation being five times the nominal value of the bill
paid or offered, with costs of suit, to be recovered
by any person who will sue therefore.
The jury, after long deliberation, returned a ver-
dict of 815 lor the plaintiff, expressly declaring, that
nothing but the letter of the law, would have in-
duced them to impose so great a hardship upon a
Here then the meaning of the "ninth part of a
man" is fully explained. We have seen much in
the "working day world" tIat was base and dis-
honest, but in all our intercourse, private or public
we cannot charge our namemory with anything so
outrageously mean and despicable as the conduct
of this "fox." The cover in which such a "sneak-
ing varmint" has his kennel should be avoided by
every man who has the slightest self-respect.-
Were he anything but small game, there would be
some sport in unearthing the creature-runnine
him down-and applying the whippe'-'s-in's lash
to his dirty and shrivelled carcase; but as itis, his
brush would be anything but a trophy, and the
huntsman who bore it way might be nosed a mile
off for a twelvemonth at the least.
In sober earnest, is there one reoputable shop-
keeper-one citizen with the smallest share of
honor or honesty-who will countenance this fel-
low in the course he has taken-much more imi-
tate it? Need we point out the disadvantages of
doing so? Confidence would be destroyed-small
bills withdrawn from circulation-business inter-
course interrupted, and evils pand inconveniencies
without end would fall upon the well-doing, use-'
ftl, and industrious classes of our city. At any
rate, it certainly behooves the jury, in all similar
*cases, to be exceedingly cautious how they receive
the testimony of the prosecutor. Tie enactment
holds out an inducement to perjury, and there may
be certain cunning animals who would lay that
crime upon their souls even for $15.-Sunday
A Subscriber Lost!-One of our pay-in-advance
subscribers discontinued his paper this week rea-
son,-our copying an article from the Saturday
Courier ridiculing patent psalm singing! Wheesi
ing's riz!- Watertown Standard.
Santa Anna !-By advices yesterday received
from Vera Cruz, we learn that this notorious man.
is shortly to be executed! It is stated that on the
7th inst. a party of cavalry, amounting to 109,
made a descent on Margo de Clavo, and taking
Santa Anna prisoner, conducted him to the city of
Mexico. The order for his arrest was made by
Bustamente, on the ground of his mismanagement
in the war with Texas. He is to be tried immedi-
ately on his arrival, and no doubt can, for one mo-
ment, exist as to the result. He will fall a prey
to Mexican treachery-his days are numbered!-
on the scaffold he is to die!
With us no question exists as to the justice of his.
fate; but that he should fall by the hands of his
bloody countrymen, seems too bad. But who
can rule the uncertain chances of wart" After
having been captured by Houston, and getting.
clear with his life; after having visited the United
States, and mingling with Old Hickory and his.
cabinet, and members of Congress, &c. &c.; after
being conveyed to his plantation in an armed ves-
sel of the United States; then to be taken prisoner-
by his country, and to suffer an ignominious death,
seems a hard fate. The blood spilt at the Alamo,
and upon the plains of St. Jacinto, cries aloud for
vengeance, and that vengeance is aboutto fall on
his devoted head.
If the Texians ever get hold of Bustamente,
they will hardly treat him as they did Santa Anna
-at least we hope not.-Picayune.
Santa Anna.-Poor Santa Anna! We pity him.
He is abol. ,.. ii a p....-so to the faithless and re-
vengeful '-. s ',.I. '"V. have seen a letterfrom
Vera Cru .. g-:rr'l.:tF,11 -i in this city, stating that
on the 7th of May, party of cavalry amounting to.
100 made descent on Mango de Claveo, and took
the illustrious Hero of San .Licinto prisoner. The-
orders came from Bustamente. He is to be tried
immediately on arrival at Mexico, for his misman-
agement in the Texian war. This is but the first
step towards his death. When on the scaffold, the
cries of his murdered victims will resound in his
ears, and he will beg the hangman to rid him of the
torture. Poor Santa Anna !-N. 0. True Amer-
An intelligent gentleman informed us yesterday,
that from information the most authentic and to be
relied upon, thestates of Illinois, Alabama and Ken-
tucky, were literary flooded with specie--tthat' twas-
computed by those best qualified to judge, that
there was ten dollars in specie in those respective
states now, where there was one dollar twelve
months ago. A golden reason why they feel the
pressure of the times less than any other portions.
Two Hundred Dollars reward is offered by the
Post Master at Huntsville, Ala for the apprehen-
sion ofJames M. Skelton, aged about 19 years, who
was recently employed as a clerk inz that office,
and-who is supposed to have embezzled letters-con-
taining money from the mail.--b.
A Young Hercules.-Information having been
given at the Police Office, of a fight at a sailor
.boarding house in Water street, the magistrate
despatched Peck, Waldron, Bowyer and half a do-
zen other officers, to put an end to the: disturbance
and bring the rioters up. Accordingly theyre-
paired to the scene of hostilities, where tney found
William Reed, a strapping Vermont sailor, who
stands somethinglike seven feet, including the hielse
of his shoes, keeping at baymore than twenty
times his number, and threatening destruction to
any who should lay hands upon him. Peck was
the first to attempt his arrest, when the other, let
slip at him his larboard fist and knocked him up ia
one corner in the shape of a half bushel. The
whole posse then closed around the brother of Ju-
piter, and succeeded after a desperate fight in put-
ting a pair of irons upon the hero's wrists, to
which they attached a rope, when some dozen or
twenty at length succeeded in hauling him down,
stairs, together with the bannisters, and so con,
dusted him to the Police. He being too drunk tp
give any account of himself, the magistrate thought
proper to lodge him in Bridewell till the evil spirit
shall have departed from him.
Shocking cruelty to a child.-On Saturday atf
ternoon, a very respectable female, accompanied
by her friends, brought before Justice Bloodgood
her sister, a little girl about the age of 9 or 10 years,
and requested the magistrate to cancel her inden--
tures, alleging that she had been so cruelly and in-
humanly whipt by hermistress that s e considered'
the child's :..:-1,l,, if not her life, to be in jeopardy
The body wi r l. child was then shown, when it
was found to be actually covered with stripes from
her shoulders down to her heels; in some places
the flesh was black and purple, and'in other parts
appeared to have been lacerated with small switch.
es, the stripes being intersected at right angles, and
the whole surface presenting one entire soie. The
lady who is charged with this unparalleled cruelty
is -drs. Ann Scott, N : I" E,:t .,, corner of
Howard street; and th.. -u- ar.U' ; h title orphan
who had been bound to herby the Police. Process
has been served upon this amiable creature to ap-
pear before Justice Bloodgood this day at 2 o'cloch-
and answer the complaint.
A bad Bargain.-On Saturday, a good looking,
decently attired and pleasant speaking little hoddy
doddy woman, approached the desk of the sitting
magistrate, and in' accents of the deepest sorrow
laid her complaint before nis worship. Thejit of
the story was that the lady had recently been
married to an American seaman, who before the
honey moon had passed away, had abandoned her
and left her disconsolate upon the wide world,
without friends, without money, and (according to
her intimation) in a very delicate situation. Justice
i-l.:..:.. _....d, "albeit unused to the melting mood "
I'n i,' ,- wiped away his sympathetic t
scowled awfully fora moment or' two, and striking
his desk with hisfist, assured the complainant that
she should have ample redress. The name of the
party being given, a warrant was forthwith issued
for his arrest, and in the course of an hour or two
Jack, in company with his commander, appeared to
answer the charge. The captain gave him a good
character-had promoted him from the forecastle
'to be is mate, and was anxious to take him with
him a second voyage. The magistrate stated the
nature of the complaint, and Jack admitted that
the complainant was hjs wife, but for reasons
..:- ht- d"l not think proper to make known, he
had resolved to leave her, handing to the magistrate
at the same time an order for his wife to receive
half his pay during his absence. In looking over-
the papers, however, the maiden name of the lady.
sounding somewhat familiar to the officers, one of
them recollected serving a process upon a Captain
H--, a few months since, at the suit of the same
individual, the. object of which was to bring hsi
before the col)mmissidners of the Alms House to
provide for a little responsibility, which the lady
charged him with having assumed. Thie charac-
ter of the complainant being. thus ascertained the
magistrate told the accuse that he was at liberty
to give her his pay or not, just as he thought proper.
Thi generous fellow, Howevei, persisted in Iis re
solution to maintain her, bt ,d- ," sa
he, f I will ever swing in the same hammock
Mr. Editor-You will serve the cause of hue
mtaniy by giving notice that on Friday the 2d
son of Richard e5 years and onl
street, fell from a small pleasure boat into othi H-
son river, near 30th street and was drowned.
The body has no yet been found. Anyt person
finding the body andgiving information0, will c
fera g favor up onm alcte friends l He
ha on blue cloth pantaloons, black vest, and no
New York and Brooklynt Coal Company.The
formed that a general mneeting wi bebtelht5ns"
evning, at 7 o'clock, p at Howard House
his Ticket, and produce it at sIte door for admosi-
saon. : JOHN T. BAILEY, Secretary.
Stabbing.-OnSaturday night, about 11 o'clock,
Mr. John Adams, proprietor of the hotel next to
the Park theatre, was very badly stabbed by one of
those nuisances called check boys. It appears that
the boys had assembled around MrA's door,;annoy-
ing his visitors, when he sallied out with a cowhide
and catching one, he commenced laying it on nice-
ly. The young rascal stood it as long as he could,
and when his patience was exhausted, he drew a
knife, with which he stabbed Mr. Adams three
times in the breast, shoulder, and face, badly in-
deed, but not dangerously.
ir. A. was immediately taken to his residence,
where medical assistance was promptly afforded
him; but we regret te learn that the perpetrator
of the foul deed escaped in the pell mell that
Mad Dogs.-We regret exceedingly that we are
compelled to record one of the most melancholy
cases concerning rabid dogs that has ever fallen
under our notice, and we hope and trust that our
civil authorities will take the most active and prompt
measures to rid our city at once ot these animals.
On Saturday morning, at an early hour, a large
mastiff; belonging to a Spaniard, a segar manufac-
turer, residing in the Bowery, near Third street,
went mad, and run a furious and destructive course
through the neighborhood. He commenced by
biting the son ot his owner, and then ran through
the bowery, biting all dogs and hogs that came in
his way. Three other lads were bitten by theerab-
id animal-two of them were very much lacerated
the other slightly bitten on the leg. A female, who
chanced 1top gcg his path, had her clothes nearly
torn from hdp' son by the ferocious beast, but
most fortunateTfescaped being bitten. He was
eventually killed, after running a great distance, by
a couple of young men.-Sunday News.
St. Johns, N. F., April 4.-On Sunday last,
the brig Dingwell, Carew, of this port, with 1400
seals, and schr. Endeavor, of Twillingate, with
about 250, arrived herefrom theice, having received
some damage. The reports from the seat fishery
are rather more favorable than from the state of the
weather here we were led to anticipate. Some St.
Joln s vessels were seen by the Dingwell. Seve-
ral vessels, however, are stated to have put into
Bay Bulls, with few or no seals.
On the 1st inst. by the Very Rev. John Power, Mr
Francis Delluc, to Emma, daughter of Professor Y.
Tratebas, all of this city. -I
On Tuesday, 29th ult. by the Rev. Dr. Matthews Mr.
William lie Klyn,to Harriet N., daughter of the' late
Alex. C. Jackson, Esq. all of this city.
On Saturday morning, by the falling of a wall at the
fre in Washington-street, Thomas Hoiton, a ..ember
of Fire Company No. 13, in the 26th year of his age.
On Saturday morning, of consumption, Mr. Richard
Thompson, agea 65, an old and respectable inhabitast
of this city.
Sales of Stock at the Board of Brokers,
50 shares U. S. Bank.................. 103
96 do do do ****........... 1u2-
75 do Ohio-Life and Trust......... 91
100 uo do do ............ 89,
94 do do do ............ 9s
0O do Del. & Hudson Canal Co... 74
.10 do do do ............. 8
25 do do do ............ 72J
50 do do do ............ 72
25 do do do ............ 71
100 do doi do ............ 71$
95 do do do ............ 71
50 do do do .......7.... 719
10 do Morris Canal Co ........... 6
t 1 do UNiion Ins ............. 65
14' do Moihawk Rail Roan........ 70
i'1, do do do ............ 61i
6' do no do ............ 69b
1 20 do Patterson Railroad......... 5
25 do Harlem ailroad........... 56
35 do do ao............ 55
60 do Boston and Prov. Railroad. 98k
26 do New Jersey Railroad...... 83 .
100 do Boston & Worcester R. K.. 95
20 do ULica Railroad.............. 115 '
21 Eo. do do ............' 1144
61 do do do ............ 114T
150 do Long Island Railroad ...... i3
50 do do do ............. 63
10 do Canton Co.................. 44
20 do do do ............ 43
20 do do dp ........... .. 43
In the shi' Pennsylvania, from Liverpool-Mr. and
Mrs Nelson, Mr and Mrs Stone, W Sthainar, Mrs Casey
Miss Dyson, Miss Moor- MI;-.... InJ.J.l Dr N F
Moore, Messrs H C De ti',.., Ji 'i.,I,,,1, DrLC
Ferris,H. Weston, DW l..|i,.l i rct..
In the ship Panama, fiom Canton--Messrs. Ogden
and Wetomre. .
In the brig Robert Adams, from St. Jago de Cuba-
Mrs Conkling, Reto Mr Greenwood, Mrs snd Miss
Greenwood, Capt Dowst, and 2 in steerage.
PORT OF NEW YORK, JUNE 5, 1837.
High Water .... .- 835
From London......April 24 j From Liverpool,...April 25
From Havre......April 18 I From N. Orleans....May23
Ships John Cumming, Thayer, Savannah, Taylor &
Morrill; Sutton, Berry, Charieston,, George Sutton.-
Brigs Trojan, Bucknam, WN.,. 1.lk, Va.,. Nesnith &
Leads; Rowena, Drew, Git.' ,', r, D W Robertson-
Schrs Arrival, Vangelder, Georgetown. SC; Rambler,
Crowell, Philadelphia; Leo, McLellan, Thomaston: Sa
lem, Eldridge, Boston; Reeside, Sherwood, do.
Brig Robert Adams, Conklin, 15 ds fm St Jago de
Cuba, with fustic to C. Oakley.
Seir Flor Delmar, Merchant, 7 ds fin Wilmington, N
0, with naval stores to Depyster & Whitmarab.,
Sohr Montezuma, Hope, 2 ds fin Norfolk, with pine
wood to master.
:-*SMALL CHANGE! SMALL CHANGE SMALL
CHANGE !I-The increasing demand for small
,notes for change, has induced the subscriber to en-
grave an entire new set of plates n steel, of the deno-
mination of $1,75,50, 37A, 25, 124 and 6J cents. These
notes are elegantly engraved with vignettes, &c. in a
bank hote form, and printed on bank paper, payable at
sight, to bearer, in trade or current bank bills. The
above notes are now ready for delivery to store keep.
ers, hotels, steam boats, manufacturers and tradesmen
pf very description. Orders from any pa.t of the
tUited i .' *ii [.. promptly attended to by applying
at VALENTINE'S Engraving and Printing Rooms, 50
John st., co ner of William, N. York. j e5 1w
cIURPLUS MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES TO
BE LOANED.-The Gemmis.oiirIta apolinted for
the County'of NewYerk, under tile act authorizing
the loan of certain moneys belonging to. the United
States, deposited with the state of New York for safe
keeping," hereby give notice.that they will be ready to
receive applications from borrowers; according to the
directionsof the above recited act. at their office, No.
4,in the city of New York, on Tuesday, the 20th day of.
June, inst., at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day.-
And notice is also given, that if the whole sumc appor-
,-.na.' '. I..l. ward,, in the said oity or county, should
..-i h. i-'1f'!' for on the said 20th day of June inst.,
the Commissioners will attend at the place before men-
tioned, on every Tuesday and Wednesday in every
week, for the space of foar weeks thereafter, if such
attendance be necessary.
No application can be received for more tlban$5,000,
nor less than $590, and the property mortgaged must
be Worth double the amount leanedexclusive of build-
ings. Each applicant should firrs;: I. ': t i,.,i ,:.o
ersat the time of subscrining. "', b ,1.. i F:ir i,,
writing of the. premises to be Lrtu s.: i.,,i...
the mortgage is accepted, with u iai- -... a,,c
abstract of title. : :
DatedatNew Y Vr. i1, ,i.e r .. .f June, 1837.'
D3'. P. i LA.F N ,"Commissioners
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ier i ,.1. t.- t, r.' t arnfa, i.-r .. ireriLt .:.r i,;..i) ur[ ,-I
Notes, by C'M)PER A: R'BO9N,
Ije65 3t* .- t- .
13- INVALUABLE MEDICINES.-Consumraplions
Rheumatism, Cancers, Dysentaries, Diarrhaira, Bow.
el Comiplaim n, Chronic Sores and Sore Eyes cured; and
Tetter, .Ringworms, and Salt Rheum r e.maed ; fc.
DR. PRALL, Agent for th- proprietors, kas opened a
Store, at the corner of Mott and Pell streets, where he
will keep constantly on hand, or furnish at sort notice,
the following medicines of unsurpassed excellence.
recommended by some of the ablest and most celebrat-
ed physicians of this and other countries, viz.
The ANTI-PHTHISICAL. or ANTI-CONSUMPTIVE
SYRUP, and the VEGETABLE SPECIFIC-a sovereign
remedy 'for the cure of Conugls, Consumptions,'"and.
complaints of the Lunas generally, which have been
tested abundantly with the most delightful results and
The ANTI-RHEUMATIC ELIXIR. calculated to cure
all Rheumatic affections, and the Inflammatory Rhou-
matisnm. in a short time :-an excellent article.
The CANCER OINTMENT, for the cure of Cancers
and cancerous diseases-twhich destroys them in a few
Thie ANTI-DIARRIGCEAL, and ANTI-DYSENTERIC
PASTE-an infallible remedy for Diarllheas, Dysen-
tories1 and Bowel Complaints, of which the proofs are
The ANTI-ULCERATE POULTICE AND PASTE-
for the cnue of old or chronic ulcers, sores, sore legs,
&c.-a most admirable medicine, affording speedy re-
The HERBAL EYE WATER-a most excellent re-
medy for weak or sore eyes-effecting a speedy cure.
The VEGETABLE LOTION-for the removal of ring
worms, tellte worms, salt rheumn, and cure of scald
head-a most efficacious remedy.
TIHE O'alEARA PILLS-for It..;.... ..,, Acidity of
the Primae Via, Bil.ous Cnolic, ii- .i..,.. ..aundicet
Flatulence, Costiveness, and Night Mare, with thb nu
merous diseases arising from Dyspepsia &e., a ntedi
cine ascribed to tuie inventive genius of the celebrated
Doctor, Barry O'Meara, Physician of Napoleon Bona-
parteat the Islanld of St. HOlon, anr] bro,Iht to 'hiis
country by one of his r: .1 .- Ti .i.,: .,:,... te
easily and pleasantly, wi,' ''"i 1.''. .. ,iu.. i, ,.. ly
pain, and are lar, very 1. :' -* ..r '- .. Dr.
Brandreth, or any other similar' pill now in use. They
have been tested by some of the most skillful physicians
and highly approved of by them.
WHITING'S ALKALINE DENTRIFICE-a most ex-
cellent article for cleansing, preserving and whitening
the teeth, purifying the breath, &c. They come highly
recommended by physicians of this city.
It7t All these medicines are of approved and ac-
knowledged virtue, and all who test them will be highly
delighted with their effects. Call at No. 38 Mott street,
corner of Pell, and be cured ofwhitever diseases you
P. S.-Medicines, vegetable and mineral, for sale at
the same place. vimv22 tf
TRpENTON RACES.-The second Spring Meeting will
commence on Tuesday June 6,1837.
FIRST DAY, at I o'clock, Siweepstakes, for 3 year old
colts and fillies, of the get of Busiris, mile heats, sub-
scription 6200, p. p. 4 subscribers, S. Laird, S. Lciper,
J. Cochran, Mr. Hinson.-Second Race. Sweepstakes
for all 3 year old colts and fillies. Mile heats, su bscrip.
tion $100 each p. p. to close on Monday, June 5th.
SECOND DAY, atI o'clock, a Purse of $200, two mile
THIRD DAY, at 1 o'clock, a purse of $400. three mile
heats. Immediately after, a Post Stake, for4 year olds,
2 mile heats, subscription $200 each, p. p. to close on
Monday, June 5th.
FOURTH DAY, at 1 o'clock, Citizens' Purse $700,
Four mile heats, entrance $25.-Imnuediately after, a
Purse of$100, mile heats.
TROTTIN G.-On Wednesday, immediately after the
race, a Purse of 200, two mile heats, in harness.
ON THURSDAY, immediately after the race, a Purse
of$100, mile heats, best three in five, under the saddle,
for green horses, which nev er won a match, purse, or
sweepstake of that amount. I
ON FRIDAY, immediately after the race, a Parse of
8200, two n.ile heats, under the saddle.
Entries for all Purses will close at the new Pavillion
on the day previous to the race or trot at 7 o'clock, P.M.
0. BAILEY, Seeretary.
Trenton May 28,1837. jI 61i'
C ISTBRNS SUBSTANTI.IALLk KRl'ahltc.s aciiu war-
ranted for 12 months, by S. GOODWIN, 133 Chamn.
ber st., cor. West Broadway.
N. B. Cisterns built so as never to become leaky.
t 3- NOTHING can be more absurd than to say we
have bad health. If there is a single pain or ache in any
part, it proves we have no health.
l Health is that state of body and mind which renders
mere existence a BLESSING; any thing short efthlis is dis-
ease, and is caused by the accumulation of morbid hu-
morsin the blood and other juices, by neglect of vege.
able purging. The case is vwry simple. Open the na-
tural drains of the body which nature has provided for
the carrying out of all its impurities, and HEALTH will
be SUREto follow. This can be accomplished without
any inconvenience by the use of Dr. Brandreth's Vege.
able Universal Pills, which Pills are not sold genuine at
any Drug Store either in the City or Country.
New York offices,-187 Hudson street-1 Spruce at.
and 276 Bowery. ap27 lmeod
CC. & E. CHILDS, Jr. at the old stand, No. 80 Vesey
f. street, will execute all orders for every description
of Printing, at the shortest notice.
N. B. Cards, Hat Tips, Labels, &c. beautifully printed
in gold leaf, bronze and ink. E. Childs, Jr. (the last five
yearsin the employ of George Haight& Co.) having pur-
.i ... dies, &c. used by them in this hr-minr
.. -, ih.' public are invited to call and : -.,,. i,
the specimens, and in addition to which lie would re-
spectfully refer them to George Haight & Co. 174 Water
street. my 25-1 m
03- DR. BRANDRETH'S VEGETABLE UN1VER.
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 koestoy doubt the
truth of the Brandrethian system,' we would entreat
dtem to ponder well the following facts:
The food taken into the stomach is converted into
blood, which vital stream, flowing through allt the rami-
fications of the system, not only imparts st ength, and
continues life, but actually CREATES, FORMS and
BUILDS UP each aid every part of the animal machine.
If the blood, therefore, is pure andkhealthy, the body,
which is formed from andsupportedby the blood cannot
OBSERVE, Druggists never have genuinePills.
Dr. Brandreth's offices are-PRINCIPAL, 187 Hud-
son street-CENTRAL, 1 Spruce street-BOWERY,
'276 Bowery. ap27 I meod
F RMNI FOR SALE-The subscriber offers firsale
a farm containing about 93 acres of first rate-land,
8 acres of which are woodland. Said farm is situate in
the township of New Baibadoes, in the county of Ber-
gen and state of N. ..-iJ I.:,, A..:.-, ..- quarter of a-
mile from the toe, II.:k'i,..c:. si.i adjoining the
turnpike road to P-'' r: .:' r .'ir r a good sub-
stantial built stone house, kitchen, barn and outhouses,
whh two good welisof vwtr it c..- ,l.:...r I ,i.;
Aleo-, 4 farm situaitte on the east bank of the lIabken-
Sack rivei, abouthalf a mile from said town, containing
20 acres af first rate land, in a high state of cultivation,
on which is a stone house, barn and good orchard, with
a never failing spring of water at the door.
For terms of payment and other particulars respect-
ingthe premises, apply to Rowland Hill, 76 Vesey st.,
New York, or of A. A. Brinckerhoof, on the premises.
DISSOLUTION-The firm of HARING & BUCK was
dissolved on the twenty-second inst., by mutual
consent. The business will be settled by John S.
HarinJ. JOHN S. HARING.
je33t ROBERT BUSK.
C OVERED PITCHERS.-Just received from our
co manufactory, a new supply of three quart Brit-
tanio pitchers, with covers, 'for the summer season,
for sale at the BritLanic War i-..-. r.,ri.: i;r. by
je21m BOARiIMAN A li ft I
P LATED FAWCETTS-With straight keys for urns,
vases and kegs, much better than the usual kind.
as they never ne .i ic -JJtia- :. .: -.- 0i.i .: 0 :n ..r
single, by' BO .MIcM.cN & ltiK'il
je21 ue l .'r. -ic'
SOBINSON'S LLflER-Ju ..., pt r.:. ..r -c-
R wholesale, act* Broc.Ic;>, t' .kr..:.uI, Nc i,.
Itlr "r ro...ni .:.b lr-.:I.-r.... .. 11-1 ]( 0] t *
..I ',: ,'.. .i r, -- i c... I.: i -'I.. li i L,,n J ,:.n
i ,': Pal i. ; [, U, i, i T.:.., :i. 1t [t1" t, ri.,ie
.J ,:L lt '" ni 1..l i ,c:,i :, ..:, c .L..,O,,..-
P...J r c. ... a ll, la tir. '.. ',r,.t r Ic., e.i
t.|hif ,.. a '.. Iw "
W- ANFED-MAerchabt", Store Ke-pers and others
V wanting Clerks, Book-Keepeis, Bar-Keepers,
Porters, Coachmen, Waiters, and domestic servants of
good character and well qualified, can be supplied at
the shortest notice. Apply at No. 4 Spruce t., base-
ment story. All persons wishing respectable situations
can obtain them.
Wanted immediately, several respectable persons to
fill various capacities,, clerks, &c. Also a young or
middle aged ma'n l-ith onsly 300, as partner in a gen-
teel, safe and profitable business, and of 11 years stand-
WTANTS EMPLOYMENT, a young mail from the
country. lie would not be particular, but would
be willing to acceptofany thing that might offer, and
would devote his time and attention to his business,.andi
would be satisfied with moderate omospensation. Re-(
spectablE references can be given-please apply at 49
Grand street. my3
XVANTEID-An unlimited number of CASH custo
W mers for Clocks, Looking Classes, and Picture
Frames.at No. 214 Bower y.
WIGHTMAN & SPERRY.
Clocks and Lookig Glasses repaired. myl23in
V LEASANT BOARD-For a small faihily can beeob-
.1 stained in the village of IIoboken, for this summer,
upon reasonable terms. There are two bed rooms, to
geiher wit. a pleasant sitting room. The tocatton is
ney, Hoboken. je2 1.w
BOARDING.-A few gendemen and tnecr wives, and
single gentlemen canbe accommodated wllt ihoard
at No. 23 Bowery. ap22 tl
A ARE CHANCE FOR ARTISTS OR PRO-
fessional Gentleien.-To Let, (together or sepe.
JilBratelv)two welllighted and airy i coins, opposite
the City Hall, in I a. i,,,' i* *., T .is inoderate.
Enquire at 9 Chatlh, vi "1 ..' t ncy26 ill
TO LET-Rooms suitable for mechanical pur.
Spouses, well lighted, and 45 feet front and 70
A feet deep. in the new and substantial building, Nos
f ii. ,.... ', near Peartl t. The rooms will be
be required. Possession miayt be
had immediately. Apply to HARPER & BROTHERS,.
aol5 tf S2 Cliff st.
TO RENT- The fourth story of the building
162 Nassau street, lately occupied as the print-
-l... i,-..y, ..Fiitce New York Evangelist. Apply
to S. -L'.h. ...:i ..r to thisoflice. ml3-1m"
TrO LET-The store No. 327 Pearl street, near Peck
Slip-for several years occupied by a Merchant
Tailor. Inquire of
cnvt If HARPER1 & BROTHERS.
NEW YOKK, ALBANY, AND TROY
^ B'S.. STEAM BOAT LINE -FOR ALBA-
E- -r 1N4Y, from the foot of Barclay street-
The ERIE, this morning, at 7 o'clock.
The CHAMPLAIN, t-morrow morning at 7 o'clock.
From the loot of Cortlandt street,
The N. AMERICA, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
The SWALLOWto-mor.row afternoon, at 5 o'clock.
Notice.-All goods, freight, baggage, bank bills, specie,
or any other kind of property, taken, shipped, or put on
board the boats of this line,must beat the risk of the
owners of such goods, freight, baggage, &c. .je5
FOR PEEKSKILL, GRASSY POINT
Veirlanck, Sing Sing, Tarry Town,
Dobb's Ferry, and Yonker's.--The
Steamboat UNION, Capt. IH. Tuthill, will leave New
York froco the foot' of Chambers street, every morn.
ing (6ridavs excepted) at seven o'clock precisely,
landing at the Old State Prison Wharf. For passage,
apply at the office on board. All goods6 freight, bag-
gage, bank bills, specile, 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. .9 f28 lOe
NEW-HAVEN ND' HARTFORD STEAMBOAT LINE,
DAILY -FROM. THE FOOT OF BEE MAN-ST.
The Steamboat NEW.HAVEN. Capt.
J. Stone, and NEW YORK, Capt. .
92S2 Stione. will alternately 16 ve East River
r 1L.., -r PI ..- ,. 1 i or B. ...'i, r street for New Ha-
n;n 0E11 V. ,-;tay8s excepLeI) at 7 o'clock A. M.
R.turning40nheofsaid boats will leave New Haven
DAILY (Sundays expected) at 7 o'clock A. M.
Excellent Post Coaches will'be in .adiness on the
arrival of the Boats at 'Trw Haven, to convey passen-
gers to Hartford, Providence and Boston; also, through
Litclfield, daily, via. Waterbury, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays; and via. Woodbury, Tuesdays, Thursdays
ani Saturdays. Also, to Woolcotvill.c, via. Waterbury
and Plymouth1 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
For further mIformation, inquire of
JOHN SAXTON'114 South-st.
N. B. The Saturday afternoontrip isdiscontinued un-
til further notice. a3
SNEW-YORK AND HARLAEM RAIL
c 11ROAD CO.-Hereby give notice, that the
West Track,,atUnion place, is now coin.
pleted, and that the Cars of this Company
will run as follow6,during the Winter, viz;
From .Sunrise, during the day until 6 o'clock P. M.
every 20 miinutes.
From 6 to 10 o' clock P. M. every full hour.
Fare tI or from Prince street to 42d street, 6 1-4 cts.
1 42d 86th 61-4 "
Prince e 86the 121-2 "
Fare afterf6 o'clock P.M. and also on Sundays 111-2 cie
for any distance.
By order of the Board,
A. C. RAINETAUX, Secretary
New York, December 19.1836. d21
W St. E. TURNER, Purffierof Feathers and Feather
Beds, respectfully informs hs friends that he
continues .to follow the above business at 25 Spruce st.
where specimens of his work may be seen, and refer-
ences will be given to respectable families in every
par tof the city. He also refers to the principal up-
holsterers of the city.
t3t- Bed ticks made to order. my4 lm"
QILKS SILKS !! SILKS !! !-MILLER & SUTTON
0 177 Spring street, have just received a package of
newest style blue, black, colored, and fglured Poult de
Sole silks, at the reduced price of seven, shillings and six
pence per yard. Also, jet, blue black,and colored plain
ailks of every style, from 4 shillings, upwards.
N B.-Tihe lowest price invariably asked and no
TO TEACHERS-A desideratum suppled-An Anithi
smetic that would interest as well as instruct pupils,
has been greatly needed in our common schools. Such
a one, it is believed, has just been published, entitled
An Arithmetic on. a new Plan, adapted for Families
and Preparatory Schoolsby Robert Ramle, illustrated
by numerous Engravings." A mere glance at the wor k
cannot but prepossess instructors of youth in its favor.
Copies will be give for examination by caHing upon the
publishers. HALL & VOORIIIES, 118 Nassau-st.
f18 tf opposite the Bible SAciety's House.
EW CARPET FLOOR CLOTH WARE-HOUSE.-
El The subscriber has now on hand and Is constantly
receiving large supplies of all kinds of Carpeting of the
newest style, and most fashionable patterns. Also, floor
oil cloths, printed droggets, table and piano covers, bruos
sels,,wilton and tufteddhearth rugs, lambs wool, elegant
and fancy floor miatts1 plain, checked anti figured cloth-
ng, ., all of which will .be sold upon reasonable
terms, andf in quantities to suit purchasers, -
WILLIAM C. 'ilOIti r
Ware Rooms in $he yellow build n 163 ad 165
Chatham street, New York.
N. B.-Carpets made and fitted at ihort notice; and
goods sent free of expense te any part of this city or
Brooklyn. 1 m113-.4in
P EACH ORCHARD COAL AFLOAT.-The Subscri-
bers have now discharging at the foot of Ames st.
several cargoes of the above Coal, which they are pre-
pared to deliver consumers at the lowest market prices
in the lump, broken, or egg and nut sies, on application
at the Coal Yard, corner of Hudson and Amos sts.
ml5 4w STOKES, VAN BEUREN & CO.
GRANITE.-THE NEW YORK GRANITE CO. will
deliver, either at their qaarry, or at any of the At-
lantic sea ports ofthe Union, Granite ofa very superior
quality ofany dimension, either in the block or,dressed'
to order. It is 'fa beautiful color, admirably adapted
to display Architectural lights and shades to advantage,
being lighter than the Quincey, and darker, than the
It is a pure Granite, free from foreign substances; and
its component parts are olendedin such perfect propor-
tion as to render It more indestructible, and less liable
to decay or Injury from exposure, while comparative ex-
periments have proved that it splits and dresses evener
and easier, and with less waste than any other granite
in the market. Contracts for its delivery will .be en.
tered into, at lower prices than other Stone other Stone of inferior
quality can be obtained for. Orders addressed to the
Mechanics Exchange, No. 7 Broad st., (Box 71) or to
'the Comcpanies Office, No. 8 Beekiman st., (where sam-
ples may be seen) will meet prompt attention.
1y 24-tf E. DOYLE, Agent, 8 Beekman st.
CHEAP GOODS CHEAP GOODS FROM AUOC-
T.'TI N!' c '--.lia -. i ..r t. t l Ti, 'rcvirch.ir- .; slons
i ntra i1i. .-ji ,iTii.' ir,,',l ,,: ,., sli ',.l' i.er il 00
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.i ; 1 ii ; t- ind l -.i i:J ,- i [',l in d --....i'dJ P.-..i de
L:I..t, wic h i ,i=nd.,.un. I ** I i.cc 'c.c 1 : r.- .:ri '.:r '.:.I.>red
I-tr.Jrl 'esilIiE ,:.lmet-',,.J ...url'l' r ,o' I'1 'i't:hi at
N B All 'It lc., ,irt,.I,, til ti- -iall .*l. ,p fp e
2 -t1i. A ii|i -.-|I.,T_'' lii i,.1 L" U ',-,, i:.r ,l.cnti ;iireri,,':
,-Oil". .'."l.:.r'c j .'i'iJ L-.I r I' C 'iC,,l.I. d'" lir.Sr
.n, I.:.iifr m .-I lc 1" -'1 ..J-. .ne. tt- a-L. Fli for n ei,..':,
P'n.: i_: iJ.:, A lcare-i:. h l i ,: r. a :c.mmL n m sln.rni nap.
hs s, ': ,.- i : No. i.'"Alfc .clrld u.r--:. .r-i Cecaitr ea re.s .
a., in yl 3mi
Acnssenctaenas. AuctionS Sales.
PARK THEATRE. BY BENJAMIN MOONEcV
S BENEFIT OF MR. POWER. Store No. 180 Pearl street
03- THIP." E VE'N1VG. wi'll he pros e a/cd THIS DAY. :
THE IRISH ASIBASSADOR. At 9$ o'clock, at .the auction room, a general assort.
Sir Patrick O'Plenipo......................Mr. Power entofEngssh, Frenchl, and German fancy goods, jew.
After which, O'FLANNIGAN AND THE FAIRIES. lry, cutlery, & .
Pelim O'Fla ganan..................... Mr.' Power N, B--All sales of Furniture, Grbeeriesand out deor
Mary.................................Mrs. GurnIer sales fall descriptions attended lo.in any part of the
With MR. AND MRS. PRItNGLE. '6% city. Persons wishing sales, can Iave, their orders at
Peter Piingle............................. Mr. Placide le store 180 Pearl st. seat the residence of the subscri.
B3-Dicorsopen-at,7o-coca, performance conuincn- er, 78 Forsyth St.
ces at- ast 7. LASSIAL LIBAR & BOTH S
AM R ICAN TH E A T R E-- B0W EK y "- r.or2 street, publish the Classical Library,"?
A E ,RrCAS, THEA Tr E- O nvov esxonding to 36 volumes, containing the best tran
".B.fRIS a c-'AI -a,,v sit4 ,11e tireeenlea nations of the following anthors:-
BURIED ALIVE. Xenophon, Ovid.
Billy Bowbell...........................Mr. Gates Caesar, Herodotus,
After which, the RAVEL FAMILY will go i-. ,,. sEschylus, Pindar andAnacreon,
their astonishing and graceful evolutiornson i... "Ilrace and Phmdrus, Sallust,
TIGHT ROPE. Livy, Virail.
After which, TIE THREE GLADI ATORS Juvenal and Persius, Euripides,
By Messrs..........(-abrisl,Antoine and Jerome itsavl '" c "' Thucydides,
After which, TURNING THE TABLES. Homer.
Jeremiah Baumps.....................l...Ir. Elynn Sophoclels, H
To conclude with, VOL-AU-VENT. For sale at all the Bookstores. ap 19-tf
Vo-au-Vent.............................Gabriel Ravel IN HE YEAR 1796, LE ROY clearly dmo
.- .,, 'l" .:'.,,, : .sit 7, andperformance a l IE EAR LEROY elarlydaa.
to t .. ... ,-.:, ... ........ t.. .... 8. strated liat every disease originated from impure oru&.
FR, A N K L I N T H E A E. .digested particles becoming mixed with the blood an.d
a- 'THIS rV .~" trill be- presehterl luids. And also, thatto cure every disease, itwas only
THE liEA! l(.i T iL OCEAN CHILD. requisite to open the natural outlets ofthe body, andal-
Harry Helmo ................. ......Mr. Wi. lSeflen low tlhem to remain open, by which means the blood anS
Mary Heml..m............................Mrs. Prestox ofterfluidsxwouldrelease themselves from these ndi-.
WithI.ROBERT TIHE BRUCE.eas themselvesfrom these undi
Robert the Bruce......................Mr. W. Sefton gested and impure particles, and a state of healthwold
B-a-Doors open at 6r oicsocO., anu tori perlermance be certain to ensue.
comtunces at 7$ precisely. THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF rc i ,, EN 1 wa-.,..i:,o
D IORAMIC INSTITUTE, CITY '.i ,T--..'- lhim for this discovery, the GOLD MiL .li ,:i r'e iona.
STANT SUCCESSION OF A I i i .*. I- I L N'- tute.
ELTIES.--Messrs. W. J. & H. HANINGTON respect- TI
fully beg leave to inform their friends that they nave iIS IS AN HISTORICAL FACT.
effected an engagement wiLt Sicnor Attillo's unrivalled All.which the BRANDRETH PILLS profess to do i1 .
Italian Band, lately arrived rom Napleswhor willgo to early out this principle,andexperience:., ,' r 0 5
...... ............ ... .. ..... For this week tables ed'them capableof it. v'i.--. i, ,:. ,., t.
only," with the additional attraction of Ihree new Dio- state ofhcalth exists in the body, all that has to be dons
ramie Scenes-the inimitable Intlicn Fantocinni and is to continue to PURGE it effectually wiih them, end
Hnhington's new Grand Hydro Oxygen Microscope. t effectually wth them, and
By the above powarfol Micros, .... the more virulent the disease, the more powerful mui '
sects, are magnified millions of t... .. n in be the dose..
Showiing with distinctness the Animaculae contained Dr. Brandreth'sOfficesare-PINCIPAL, 187 Hodam
tin water and other luids. Byit s aid the circulation and r "ndets1 Ices are-PRINCIPAL, 7Hud2nd
she movements in the internal parts of the smallest In- street--ENTRAL, 1 Spruce street-BOWERY, 278
sec ..., i; i ... ,i ... see Bowery.
S...... will be Dissections of minute Beware of ts/e miserable Druggists, who, with few
parts of Insects, as the foot and teeth of a lly, the sting exceptions, are selling to their shame be it said, coue,
of a bee, &c, &c. Also the mosr delicate seds, anil terfeitpills. Ifyou wish for health, keep clear ofTHEM
transverse cuttings of wood, tihe Chrystalizalion of the and DOCTORS.
various chemical salts, are beautiful beyond the pow- Bdware the Jackalls. who provide-;
er of description. The last scene will consist of a The noi-e n 4 hi-h MD l P -r.--r-"- i"-r, .r
large and s magnificent it...i |c. ,,'i L. ic c- .,-- r, I, IEB pc.i ,' .. -til'l
sects. Thleywilllbe .-,, iri. ,... ..r. ., a- ,,1 ii -iTL\ I ML r ,.i'OLic --t.i J.tp'ubt ,re
queous caves, groves, .1 ...-.,..- ,.. .y...1 ay.A. (oGREENE, INo. 1 Beekman-street, iA Glance al
pursuit, seizing and p,.. '-,,.., ..i -.. Newv .rkcc embracingin aisniall~neatvolume, avariety
sporting with all tue freedom of imaginary safety. ," efbi an aosmallieatvolume, aIvariet
Boxes, 50 cents. Parquette and upper Seats, 25 cts: of inrmation of interest, both to the citizen and the
Children,'accompanied by their parents or guardians, stranger, not easily to be found elsewhere..
l sialf-pi ice. iterary Notices.--" It isa cleverlittle volume, replete
Doots open at 7, performances commence at 8 o'clock. withlocal information, enlivened by.a vein of shrewe
my16 Iv humor. It is well got up and excellently printed.-New
ECONOMY, AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION, AT Ysorker.
HIANVVINGTON'S D'IORAMIC INSTITUTE. An u ch todecin of 260 pages, lively a entertaining,
SALOON Bochig rather fluently and pleasantly uopn the most
Admi ss oo, o Cents cpromninent featuresof life and society in isgreat city.-
Admi7s19ioReduced to 25 Cents. Com. Adv. 0, ..
To meet the pressure of the times, many additional "There are maninteresting sketches in thisol
attractions. New DIORAMAS and splendid DROP. ,, 'he are ytrestig sketchesin this olume,
SCENtiS, by the following eminent talent, viz:-Messrs. ,.. ., movements and -.a,- thi
Walker, Bengough, Grain, Duke White, .Jones, Sewell, ., I. ileaway an hour, anh at the
Lehr, and.others,. GRAND HYDRO OXYGEN MI- same time desire to knowt '...., ., '. at ths
CROSCOPE, and the unrivalled ITALIAN FANTOC- c;L i ittle boo .:ic:i. -,,: ijt. 'c -; c hh e
CINI. boo be
Professor at the Piano, S. W. Bassford, who is wil. pl n thn ofte or cocerni
ling to attend to a few pupils. Cards with terms, to be London entitled I ot c- a... ond is ore
had at the Ins'itute. c i...,iI .. .1..1.. -.I-W I nomch infor.
Boors open at a quarter past seven, and performance r, .. much P.for
to commence at8 o'clock in the evening. my22 i
COMBINED ATTRACTY'rIONS AT I'EALI2'S MIU. t' ... i, .., i-i cc -.:,,-,,-, ..'i.,,":.cc'-- '-
SEJM and Gallery of tie Fine Arls, Broadway, t i C i, c..i i ;a'..; U,.., ihiijgO
opposite tile City 1iall. f- ih .. ii'ci, i *,'. i.ic -.. A..'e < ..I a..- _V'
THE SIAMESE TWIN lIOTHIEIS, have just re- i- ,.
turned from the south, and I ....' .. ,.i.......,.. e .. I i i.\ ,
exhibit in the uuseucs fo a ,.. .... i .. rd '
were born in the kingdom .. H I I' t r '
They are now familiar with our language, and are ex- i, i ..' -c. /i. e | i
trenely interesting, viable, and polite in their deport- ar- .:..:. l
.11. cI, ,. conversant sic almost every lopic. ar.
*, ., instance of two united boI ics has never "i.fLiclii .1, i'cl'.F fi.]' N i,-iT rII. ;e.
been previously presented to the philosophic enquirer 7* ,, ..1,--11-' :-.. i ..i:.:..,,. ,-,,:,' r .. ,rt o cr
and may notagain for ages to come. il ''" i .""-' ic-i'c u' 1 .. ,'- 1',- "
MIR WELDEN, the celebrateil Mfiieian will go I.' ,.., .'ci i l'-i' Noteswill bereceived, andadis .
through his most astonishing feats of Legerde uatin ''' .-i f i
.,,-, .. :,,." ,, .c..c'cc- ... i.. f .... I t r u 8, .
S,., ... -'.-- i h.... .. ..'. au 'J ., the smallest tons.
man in this country. is only 40 inches in height, filty i'""' :' ,,-' '. *,,:t i...di, L chi vest do.
poundsweight and 12 years of age, cats accurate like- "' i : ,- ."I ,., coat do.
nesses in profile. .. .: ..u ..,. do.
'Greal I i.,- .\. I...,. .. i.:-- i .-ii- I,:,.. .1. 14 feet ito -2.U. do pearl, shirt, vest and coat do.
length, a.. i ...-- 1. L.. handled 1000 do paper, vest and coat do
by the most timid. 5 00 do, l.. ,nI f.,.:, 1 ,,,, n, ,-, .:.
Admittance to the whole. 25 cents ; children under 10 2000 do c. r ,, a ". d '
years, half price. my25 if 1000 do l ..,i" i do".,..--" ,,. .cd ,-,. do .
and a great -i-- o, i. e:, s ,
A CARD,...., ...,.
SPLENDIDD EXHIBITION JUST ARRIVED FROM stocks, .efte \ "' iiN
S LONDON.-The Messrs. IIANINGTON, evergrate. A -'- .-,- ,. i ".l Mii.. .ii.
.nfu for the extremely liberal patronage they have re- -.- '.1
ceived in New York, and anxious to deserve a continu-, S1 lc c.Ii'i i ,'' !-liaiii !' !U
ance of the saue, by the introduction of every novelty l. i.'r' i.Li ,. .
worthy of public notice, have the pleasure ol announ:' l l '' -'ic-. -a. '.. ir ..-- re '-
cing that they are now making acti .. i'.... i ..... i.i i .,. i i
upin the same splendid style as i L...f.i ...,, g r. ii ,_.e dI I ., i, 1 .
popular, instructive and no'-el exhibition lately shown ..- c a, it h .i n ....... i, i-. nrl ,
at the Collosseunm, in Lauidon, called ",THE AFRICAN -, c .'. i ** ., 1 .: ". c ,r,,.r i ,.u .
GLEN.' t h ... .- c .-c-''. i ..:, .,,,.
Arrangements have been entered, into wilh the Pro- ; .-" i, l '', i'c .,..c,.. c ,, .'r..,\,.i ''c ut
prietors of the ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE,i inthe Bow- l ..' '_, cu i..i.. a i'.,:-i i, ...."'
ery, for the whole of that immense building the intctior iI-- :, .ii..... i : 1,, c,.i, ..-,: ,c- i ..10
of which will be enlarged so as to afford space of near cc10.-.,. ,ui ,.i. ,, c .. ,,-,.1 'i-.., "i ., i. -,ic1
ten thousand square feet, where the delighted visitorr 'c .1 ..- .. ..... uc ', C i,, '. j,. .. J ,a .
may Iamble amid the wild beauties .f overhangiug rocks a -icuatci, o apeciccuseu son.
antd gloomy caves, relieved by splendid views of appa- Thlie recipe for making the medicine was given me by
rently unbotwided.extent, portraying with the utmost my father previous to his death,and as an.heir to his es-
fidelity the bold and magnificent scenery, of the inmost tate, have a perfect right to my proportionof the bene.
recesses oft iese almost unknown regions. embracing fits ariius umothe reputation and sale ofthe medicines
the far distant precipitous mountain, sylvan streams, 1 i ..* :iiI, "i -. icc-i.. i' .. pr.:.:cri, m i.
tm eanderinm cil ....1 ., i i ., -.l 1*I graceful ,' it i '.'.... I. .,. fil i ,, i ,, ,j t-.r .
trees, and P.. c .,.i'' ,,.,1-,' iic i ,: ,. 'lstiu the and only solicit a trial to convince tke most sceptical of
extreme distance si an apparently sea ofisands, wit its genuineness and its virtues-any statements of hers
which this part of the world abounds. Ti add still hur- to the contrary notwithstanding. I would furtleer ob.
theirr to the interest of the scene, an immen se number -. ''' i ''- i .,. r ,,,,, f.:r-,... r ;r t .. .
of animals and birds, pecuitliar to Southi Africa, re pla- h i 'sici '1 '' r i, iic'.icr; at iie
ced amidst the wild and rocky scenery, o its to pro- '. i- *i M i .. .ou Remedy.
duce the effect of life. Indeed, so admirable are eosi- I have my own name and evidence plainly p 'inted on
tions of many, that but for their want ol motion, they the bill of directions, and consider it and ny reputation.
might be readily mistaken for living objects. Lions, as god as hers.
'l'gers, Hyenas. aid other aninalla, are seec ia their II answer to her question ashts t the -'-.. r ,
deus, busied in tihe work ufitlesui uctiou; while tIhe va- preparing it before, I answer, that if ti1.. W,- J -.* .w
rious rapacious birds, such as Eaeles, Vultiies, &c., crt of aimothr, or e\en of justice, re. w,; ..i r aws -
are seizilc ..I'... ,-' .... i, c amidst ihe t oun- been no occasion former ioha, ,c iii ccmrc r '-
tails, or lb" .,. i .i tcehlineg all o1piortu- b iusieess oi "-'.'-. I. ii.'.. ,[ ,c i.j .'i i., .. c."'; ,t ""-
.nity to pounce upoutlicir victims. One of the pictures continued itr. ,. a a
cover upwards of a thousand square feet of canvass, ,,"'' ic t'e .
beautifully painted by T. M. Bayynes, Esq. Looking Fvx. i" 'c* c 'i ui the public, I hays appolaced
through caves various distant views piresntieuIcselves; the f blowing agents ofwhom it maybe obta g s .
thewtole producing an artificial epresenltaiou of nic- at 1 ci 1 .i .' .z A. B. &.D.iSanda, 3I. li
cure-so nloselv-'anilialed, ass tol'oarcic occe oftice mmciotto. d ; c% c i'.--Mrs. Weeks, 81 DiweiB fit L
ture. so .osel.y i dated, as to It)n c ,i ibf thever pies anMrs. Irwin, co. Clarksk a -Su.
.. i. ,. ,. .i,... i, exhibitions everp e, ofime,at y residence ;.. l '-,u, n street t.
dc,,.-, ,. ~, ..i. iI.,, i,.c cl'ao;dieary expense mv6hr eod GEORGE W. Uax-Pt.
necessarily incurred in this stupendous undertaking, CRAIGHEAD & ALLRN.'" '
(occapying tim services ofupaNvards of a hundred men,) BOOK, JOB, AND MUS PRIN
the MessAs Haniigton would respectfully state, that BOOK, JOB, AND MUS.. .RINTERS.
heir book lor season subscribers is now open at the Would give notice that they have removed to that
,..i .,.... I. .. ...... i...... i ., i and they pleasantly situated building, in the centre of
i..... I. ., ." .ul ... i ,i. ... ... i. alike for business,
its urban SONan TICKETS ONE DOLLAR, NO. 112 FULTON STREET CORNER OF DUTCH,
,.T .. .... subscribers 85, a limit. Sign ofths American Press.
ed n,,i c.... .ii ...-Id. Single admission to Wheretney are now enabled by having an extensive
the Glen 50 cents. assortinent of new materials, todo ne.ana expeditions.
Due nolco of opening, and other particulars will be ly, the .' i ., or any other wor th which they
given in a few days. "]uyi-tIf yay be .i.:. ., i th
cNREAT ATTRAC'ION.--The mashinethat hias been Muooks 1. '- r' P.. r,e [ill',
exhibiting in Boston, for several weeks past, as A PIusnt, ", Icci.,
PERPETUAL, MOTION, or a self acting machine-and Paniphlets, Hand Bills,
visited by several thousand a people with unbounded ap. Cinrculars, Custem House Blanksa
p i -1 itied by ivept .1 1i The Checks, Lawyers' Blanks
eause th.. .... .. i .\' .. i ., ii'.,. Tce- Bill IHeads, Bills.of Lading,
ch rine of h. '...-.. i .. .. l ....i days Catalogues, Labels,
h rt is Cards, H1at Tips,
in this citi'and kect In '-at'i st r ally '"'. Certificates, &c., &c., &c.,
principles, hr an itIgenious arrangeUient af the isver ItCP Cards printed n Gold, Silver, or Bronze.
incineplaneb The public wciibe utoy notified vhen the r Cuts suitable to any v,,.i- tc..c ire is
above isreadyr an exhibitio- -v0 t FOR SALE CHEP..-A -.. I t.' pI E. .tu
EAFNESS CURED.-Dr.ScuddeiGenuine Acos le for a Bookbinder. mj'-t
1 tc Oil is a certain, safe, and speedy cure for deaf "h/fEDICAL CONSULTATION.-Dr. GLOVER is os
ness, often requiring but a few applications to pci form a I'sL suIted professionally at his office,in the cure of
oure and in the most obstinate cases, if persevered in gleets, strictures, ulcers, and all delicate diseases arising.
for a short time, it entirely restores the hearing, without from impurity of the blooe. Strangers are apprise -
the least trouble or danger in applying it. For sale by that Dr. G. graduated in his profession in Phliladelphia,.
the dozen or single flask, by A. B. & D. SANDS, No. 100 and is not entitled to be reckoned among the sol disant
Fulton, cor. (f s ,illiam et. Price s1,00. .. at 13 tf doctors, medical puffers1 and pretenders. His medicines
are not disaegreeable to be taken, but certain and quick
TSLIP HOTEL.-Scrah side of Long Island-The in effecting a cure. His extensive experience and lose
1 subscriber has rented the above premises, which attention to this branch of practice, have given him de-
are not tobe exceeded for pleasure or sporting excur- cidedadvantagesovertlegeneralpractitioner.Separate
sions by.any within so limited a space from New York. entrances, and separate offices-private entr.ice 3rd
On the margin of the sea, fishing, hunting, and shooting, .doear from thie Museqm, ait No. 2 Ann.street-lamp at the
afford unrivalled inducements, while the house is capa- .inner door in the evening. my2 Imo Isc
ble ofaocomnmodating families witli excellent board.and D E NTISTRY
lodging. 'Travellers, strangers, &e., or others, desirine D ENT mISTR -
to rove flom tle bustle ofa city, t a retired and In all its branches, carefullyand faithfully esiscs.a p
healthy ceuntry.residenceO. HENRY.3i. JACKSON. JAMRS G .B A RB,,UR,
The cars start every morning for the South Ferry, 261 lHudson st. N. Y.
Brookly, and stages are in attendance at Hickavilleto To aTERM aMoDrATE A oDec WB Aflttsc
,coaeyypaseBgerstoISlip. jel my21 n -
t TESTEMONIAL CONCERNING THE
ANDRETH PILLS.-A long standing cos-
tiveness with violent cholies has been entirely cured
'by one large box of Dr. Brandreth's Vegetable
Universal Pills. The following case is sufficient to
prove that Dr. Brandreth's Vegetable Universal
Pills have been effective in violent cholics and con-
sumption of the bowels.
Dr. H. D.****, German, in Delancy, near Attor-
ney st. has been affected for some time with violent
lholics and consumption of the bowels, for which
his physician treated him afew times, with different
medicines, but without success. He took the same
twice a day, each time three drops ofCroton Oilon
a piece of sugar, but not any evacuation followed,
which was astonishing. After he had been advised
to take Brandreth's Vegetable Pills, he sentimme-
diately for a large box, took 10 Pills in the evening,
and one hour after he found great relief of his cho-
lies, and three hours after he had three strong eva-
cuations, and his cholic entirely removed. The
following morning he took 6 pills again, which
operated the same several times; he continued a
Sfew days longer with these pills, b) taking 4 in
the evening and 4 in the morning, and he has 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 not
BE IT KNOWN TO ALL MEN that no
DRUGGIST, orDrug Store keeper, or any person
in any wise connected with medicine, is allowedto
szll the genuineBRANDRETH' SPILLS although
,it is well known to Dr. B. that there is scarcely a
Drug Store but what (TO THEIR ETERNAL
" .SHAME BE IT SPOKEN) sell the Counterfeit
article. je2 tf
f THOUSANDS OF PERSONS continue to
Sure themselves of COLDS, COUGHS, HEADACHES,
RU.tiUtATIc AFFECTIONS, SMALL POX, MEAZLES,
COSTIVENESS, INFLUENZA, and the host of those
-indications of the body or the blood being out of
,order simply by perseveringly purging themselves
with the BRANDRETH VEGETABLE UNI-
"VERSAL PILLS, so long as any symptoms of
.derangement in any organ remain. Often by
adopting this course, which experience has proved
is according to nature, it being merely assisting her,
have many been in a few days restored to health,
when, had the usual plan of sending for a physi-
tcian been adopted, the patient might have been
,-months before, had he been out, CURED. This
word can never be applied to those who employ
p. l eVsi ,,s 1
]j THib-ltu i t.. ri'u.c. iramtJj_ o U.r,
W-HIClH wE. ARe. ERl I.\iN--That noonecan
live without food-That we all must DIE--That
',had. not BRANDRETH'S PILLS been good, the DOC-
TORS and DRUGGISTS wouldneverhave couc-
TEEITED THEM. j' e5 tf
lO CALOMEL.-When the universal and ex-
traordinary sensitive properties of Brandreth's
Universal Vegetable Pills, shall have become fully
'- appreciated, then will this vile preparation from that
most unamaalgamating 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 medicine be
totally superseded by- that which experience has
taught to be all that is required in the most miser-
able and horrible diseases, as well as proving itself
to be equally applicable to both sexes and all ages.
S.After a dose of Calomel, how miserable the feelings!
-iAnd which it requires some days to disperse; and
the greatest care is required as to diet. With
.Brandreth's Pills all this is reversed. At first, it is
true, you may feel a little queer, but then it does
-aot last generally half an hour, and the improve-
wmenrtin the whole body is almost immediate. Ob-
serve the eye, that index of the mind, aye, and the
body too, how it seems to revel in life and imagina-
tion after some use has been made of these far
Aimed Pills; the invariable exclamation of all that
use them is-No wonder that Brandreth Pills ac-
quire so much fame, if all who use, are as much
r,,n ti -i b. th.:rr. 3ii I a-ii. j-, if
T-- NO ONE IS SO FO-uLIPsH t s i .:. :.i:,-
pO r I r-:.f ..-, r' -'l i t-uL ih Df ,: *:J 1 i- i l i'h...us iL.-.T-
S a.N i : a n iasd a i.t ,l J-rt ..C- r, -u --. t
,&frm the air alone, without the soil. Cameleons
Son a,-, ,u. in- ri:..u. h' r i well known that such
air L0,. :, i Ini], iri'i:- ta All, therefore, know
Stiham n It .s hat we put into the stomach which cau-
rZ ius to, live. We make o."dr our bodies from the
Estmach. Ir. fri.'.' ihr-:. i-.:- hr. v:,: .e -trake
.* er OmJtr b-.-Jls ,nlli'ity. Thu ba ht- [- -r of US
0 -l .l7A _- t ,'A-. ,u l n ta/ r. :r a r h I -:o l u i t 1 i B O W .
T lhe '.t 1: "''it 'bh-i j:": i I ',1 -- a ih-Ab. eva-
c- jr- -, '.:- .n irnlah ll:th i 'iik .:.'ui L'udJ i ., 5t.', and
1 ir.. rnm THE -T iiOhi.l'H I,.. *.... pi:.li this
,..s a[e: nuii a leh e to do to make our bodies ulti-
t. ImI-h,T. htlili, ,- to prevent unhealthy particles
fa0rom mi. n ..-.t'l i 1 th.1.od. Purgation does this
o-r u, pr.t---.'ed i,. .L -r.1vee we employ contains
S Oluthjri hi:h II ,,-kc0 or do us injury.
BR NiNRE ri-'S PILLS,
F t;r th is purp,:.:.-: .-, I ... und ail that's required.
itrn.Ijor li- t-l.;1,: I.1e .,1 which made them ac-
qusiiteld rt t'i nitr tilu,.- Remnember, no drug
si.r,: ha- il:i t..r -:'a!:-l-.nd Oh, bwar bewareetr
,of Counterfeits! At 187 HuDsox wr., 1 SPRucE
sy., and 276 BowERY, between Prince and Hous-
ton sts., the GENUINE'MEDICINES IS CER-
'TAIN TO BE OBTAINED. je2 tf
lr PURGATION VEnsus BLOODLETTING.
All parts of the blood are not with equal ease sup-
-plied, nor with equal ease discharged from the sys-
-term. The former of these positions is well illustra-
ted by comparing these effects of blood letting,
-with those of purgatives. We recover from the ef-
.f.cts of many times the quantity, discharged by
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's drained off, by the
the other, along with this, the more essentialparts
also. While purgation lessens the quantity of
blood, it leaves what remains richer. Thus the
c .rasementum or oxygen is lost, which is indeed the
V Ai ..ft tI.- bl.:.., t watery part of the blood be-
Ltg .rnl1 iai h..,,:hli is discharged by purgatives.
Think of this, you whose constitutions are incli-
ned to plethora, and in time purge with that most
innocent of all purgatives the far famed
Remember, no Chemist or Druggist sells the
Brandreth Pills. New York offices--187 Hudson
S.street-l Spruce street and 276 Bowery. je2 tf.
TY The following two cases I give on the res-
.ponsibility of Mr. J. B. Peabody, my General Agent
.for the States of Georgia andAlabama, who resides
at Columbus, and is well known.
Columbus, (Geo.) Feb. 15, 1837.
"This is to certify that I have been afflicted vith
the Asthma for about two years, of the most dis-
.uressing kind, coughing and splitting phlegm in
considerable quantities, which had so reduced my
system as to render me entirely unfit to do any
work, and after taking the prescriptions of other
physicians, to no avail, I heard of Brandreth's Ve-
getable 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
baf and am now so far recovered as to beleable to
a-esume my worlk; am epnfident that perseverance
in them will entirely restore me health. I consider
them invaluable, and will never be without them
in my family. Residence about 11 miles from Co-
iumbus, on Bull Creek.
Columbus, (Geo.) Feb. 16, 1837.
This is to certify that I have madeuse of the cel-
tebrated Brandreth Vegetable Pills in my family,
.foar Fever and Ague, and have been entirely con-
teaced of their utility and virtue, and shall ever use
thelm.in preference to any other medictame if they
are to be obtained. I have also recommended them
to others for different diseases, Asthmas, Costive-
ass, Dyspepsia, Bile,,&c. &c., and the result is
Entirely satisfactory-they are, inm my opinion, the
most efficient and safe medicine now inm use, so far
asI ain acquainted; JOHN I. SMITH.
je 5 tf
itENUINE BEAR'S GREASE, for promoting the
IT growth of the hair, and imparting a beautiful and
glossy lustre to it, fax superior to any other preparation
The superiority of this oil over other applications for
inducing the growth of the hair, is generally acceded
to by all who have used it, as it imparts a glossy rich.
ness to the hair, rendering it soft and flexible, and .x-
citiung the capillary vessels Ito healthy action. To ir.
sans becomning Bald by sickness or other causes, the
application of this oil daily, will soon produce a reaction
of its growth. The sou scriber has just received a
fresh suppi- f the genuine article, neatly put up in
earthon po andl prepared expressly tor his retail
trade at the Bowery Medicine Stoire, 261) Bowery.
s7 N. W. BADEAI.
HTARTFORD FIRE IiSURANCE COMPANY, Iart
ford, Connecticut.-This Company insures against
damage or loss by fire, dwelling houses, stores, mer-
chiandize, mills, manufactories, and most descriptions of
property, on terms as favorable as other offices. The
following gentleiren compose the Board of Directors.
Etiphalet Terry, Albert Day,
IJB Allyn, Samuel I. Hutchinson,
Samuel Williams, George Putnam,
Huntington, E. D. Morgan, *
Junius S. Morgan.
ELIPHALET TERRY, President.
JA-ES G. BOLLEs, Secretary.
All applications for insurance, for tIhe renewal of poli-
cies, and all business connected with the office, may be
ade to the subscribers, No. 61 Front street, New York,
-nd they will receive imeaediat ateAntion.
a3 24:! MORGAN & EARLE.
-R. HULL'S NEW PATENT TRUSS-HERNIA
, CU-RED.-PATENT of 1S33.-The public can acts
Sd... .. .d l : Truss young persons
i I,,I .. ii.. ', r -. speedy and certain
-, I ,,, .'. I I ... r cure are daily oc.
currin'r iin persons of ailvanced lile. Th.c approval et
this instrument ly the firm surgc.a. a of thire United
States and England, and the immense number of cures
which it has effected, render its superiority over all
other Trusses no longer a tmater of doubt.
Dr. Hull has received the sole premium on Teusse-
from the American Institute at its annual fairs, for the
last 4 years.
Alexander H. Stevens, M. D., Professor of the Prin-
ciples and Practice of Surgery in the University of the
State of New York, in his Lectures on Hernia, of Feb.
27th, 1835, commenting upon the merits of Dr. Hull's
Truss, in comparison with others, which he exhibited
to his class, said, I consider Dr. Hull's Tiuss, as it is
now improved, the most perfect instrument of the kind
3hat I have ever seen. 1 consider his rupture pad, in its
present form, just what it onuht to be."
VALFNTINE MOTT, M. D., Prof. Operative Sur.
gery in the University of the State of N. York.
GEORGE BrCUSIIE, M. D., late Prof. of Surgery in
Rrtger's Medlical College, New York.
DAVI DHOSACK, M. D., late Prof. in Rutger's
Medical Cellege. New York.
SIR ASTLEY COOPER, London.
SURGEON SKEY, Sur. Gen. of the British Army
besides many hundred others, hava expressed a simi
tar favorable opinion of this instrumeant-
Professor Mott 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 inguinal canal in such a mani$er' as to effect an im-
mediate and secure barrier against the escape of the
viscera, and also without in the least degree endanger-
ing the adjacent spermatic chord, to effect a permanent
closure of the hernial sac or aperture at the internal
Dr. A. G. Bull will continue to appply these instru
ments as usual, for every variety of rupture. Office
No. 4 Astor's Hotel, Vesey street, opposite -St. Paul's
Church, and at 175 Bowery. "a3
H IGHLY IMPORTANT TO THE PUBL10C.-Jaynes'
Cart native Balsam is a certain, safe and speedy
cure for Dysentery, Diarrhi, Cholera Mlorbus, Sum-
ner complaint, sick or nervous Headache, Cramps,
Dyspepsia, Sour ,tomachs, &c. And at this season of
the year it is particularly necessary that families and
persons subject to these complaints, should provide
themselves with it, to have it at hand whenever needed
it will not only be the means of frequently avoiding se-
vere and debilitating attacks of illness, but has andwill
preserve many valuable lives. The universal opinion
ofallwho have used it, is, "that no family should be
without it,'? and hundreds of testimonials could be ob-
tained in this city, of its efficacy, but the following is
deemed sufficient. Its own high reputation, and ils ex-
tensive sale, isthe mostgratifying evidence of its virtues.
From Mr. Jonathan Going editor of the American Baptist.
NEW YoEK, May20 1837.--r. D. Jayne,-Dear Sir,
-Having made use of your Carminative Balsam in my
family, an finding it to be admirably adapted to the com-
plaints for which it is intended, I take pleasure in re-
comamendingitto the use of my friends and the public
generally, relieving those who are afflicted with any of
these complaints will find reliefin the use ofthisvaluable
medicine. JONATHAN GOING.
From Dr. Charles Hammond.
Dr. Jayne,-Dear Sir.-I have made use of the Car-
minative Balsam prepared by you for Complaints of the
Bowels, with complete success in every case and I do
not hesitate to recommend it to the patronage of the
public as a medicine, worthy of their particular notice.
Leesburg Va. CHARLES HAMMOND, M.lD.
To those who have used it, it is enough to say where
it is for sale, but to those who have not. the propricotor
assures them thatit acts like a charm, in allthese dis-
eases, and the expression ofallwill be that it goes to the
very spot where it is needed.
Sold at wholesale and retail by Dr. D. Jayne, No 20
South 3d street, Philadelphia, and by his generalagents,
A. B. i D. Sands, Drurgists. No. 100 Fulton. corner of.
William street, New Yatk. Also by P. Dickie, No, 413
Broadway ; byG. W. Embree, No. 77 East Broadway
by J. B. Dodd, corner of Broadway .and Bleecker
sts, and by P. Burnet, Chemical Hail No. 35 Sixth Ave-
nue, New York At Newburgh it is sale by J. D. Phi.
lips, and J. G. Wood; atPoughkeepsie, by Dr. Trivett;
atlldson by W. & C. Storrs; at Albany by Sands &
Shaw; atTroy by Dr. G, Heimtreet; at New Haven
by D. Smith &oy Co.; at Hartford by E. W. Bull and W.
H.AAllyn; at Bridgport N. S.Wardin and W. B. Dyer; at
Nortwalk by J. A. Weed; and by most respectable
Druggists throughout the Union.-Price 50 cents.
my 30 2m .
ItR. JOHNSON confines his practice to the treatment
D of a certain class of delicate diseases ; from the
unprecedented success attending his particular arid il-
2roved plan of treating Gonorrhea, Gleet, Chancres
Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Affections of the Bladder
Mercurial or Venereal Eruptions, pains in the joints,
and all those cases which have been improperly marn
aged by the use of the various quack medicines of the
day, Dr. Johnson guarantees a speedy, safe and certain
cure. Recent cases cured in 2 or 3 days without inter.
eruption from business. Persons living in the country,
by describing their case by letter, post paid, and enclos.
ing a fee, can have proper instructions forwarded for their
own cure, without applying to a physician. Charges
moderate. The greatest confidence may bie reposeJ.-
Attendance fromn7 A. M. te 1 at night, Office 17 Dunne
st. otne door from Chatham st'. ap8 ly
D-R. CORBIT may be consulted in a confidential man.
L) ner at his office, 14. Duane street, between Chat-
ham and William streets, New York, where per sons af.
flieted with delicate diseases, old obstinate ulcers, dys
pepsia, worms, diseases of the bladder, arethea and kid-
neys. and all diseases arising from the abuse of mercury
or impurity ofthe blood, are invited to call. The bane.-
ful effects often arising from the abuse of mercury,
need no description : persons troubled with a certain
'... ....i:. ,pi :.- Dr. Corbit with perfect assurance
. -C. .-i O i j.i11. cuired witinout aparticle of mlnercu-
ry or any other dangerous medicine. lls charges ire
reasonable and proportioned to the.means of the appli-
cant. Dr. C. has been educated in'Europe, under teach-
ers of acknowledged talents, and had considerable prac.
tice in extensive hospitals and dispensaries. Instant re-
lief given to those who have the piles, and a perfect cure
effected in three days, without confinement from busi-
ness or the slightest pain to the patient. A medicine
may 'pe had to prevent the occurrence of a certain dis-
ease. The most honorable secrecy observed.
N. B.-Attendance daily from 8 A. M. to 10 f. M,.
COMPOUND SYRUP OF SARSAPARILLA CON-
-- EENTRATED.-Fornurifying the blood, removing
eruptions, &c., from the skin, and all impurities from
the system, this pleasant and healthy Syrup has no
equal. Perhaps thaste is no more certain way of pro-
moting general health during the' Summer, than by
using this Syrup in the Spring. The medical profession
give it a decided preference over all the most celebrated
Panaceas, 'Syrups, &c., and nursing mothers, whose
infants are affillcted owith Scald Head, Sore Ears, or
Weak Eyes, are particularly recommended to use it.
It is perfectly 1,.. 1 .. ,. '.. ........ L.-.. J .,. .- I..
litz oprSoda vt' .. ].:. i .... -. -. ... ., t. ..
rage. Used with celd Water it makes a'pleasant sum-
mer drink, and may be used with advantage by most
persons at sny time. It is prepared itrom the best Hon-
duras Sarasparilla, according to the most approved for-
mulas, and great care has been taken to keep it free
from impurities and allobnoxious admixtures.
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail by the
subscriber, at the Bowery Medicine stoee, 260 Bowe-
ry, New York. N. W. BADEAU. m22 1w
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR.-That great disfigurement to
Female beauty, a superfluog.s growth af hair on the
face neck orarms, is effectually removed by a single
cppiecation ol Atkknson's Depilatory, which is warranted
i estrc atbe hei ri five minutes after the application is
asse, s;erfsetlysafe, easily applied and certain in
tsteffacts. La.die who are trouble with iu. *Ji, r-e.
lt eaganoage to their features, are solior. '. r.ri,.3
irral of this valuable cosmetic, the importer ofi, 'ir ar .
ae being wvliBag tc insure it perfectly harmless. Price,
16da. erlottle.innY ted and for sale wholesale ale aladea e-
tailty HENRY C. HART, Baaaar, 173 Broadwsi-.
ST0 ALL THE WORLD BE IT KNOWN.-LEVI.
SON'S HUNTER'S RED DROP, a blessing to the
haman race. Copy of a letter received through the
MIr. J. Levison, 5 Division st. N. Y.--Dear Sir :-At
the request of a friend who has lately been liberated
from the Rags ofaffliction by the aid of your inestimable
Hunter's Red Drop, I address you. He tenders you his
sincere thanks and gratitude for the blessing he has re-
ceived at your hand, havingbeen radically cured by ma-
gic, as it. were, (using only part of a phial) ofa dangerous
disease, to which lie had rashly exposed himselfin an
unguarded hour; but having now received bath a cure
and a lesson, he is indeed truly grateful for t ine,s, and
hopes to receive a salutary benefit from the other. I
its, and as a Christian philanthropist, most sincerely
wish that the public may be made acquainted wieh its
0 T..,ur i. i- i-'., '.... r. .dw orld,
a,, i Ifi 11.. f --,:,:t h. ;.. t- furled;
Li. '-: .,-ii.i i- Ilu.ii -- i- yet one spark's alive,
And bid the kindling glow of health revive-
Extend thy arm--the sufferer's pang appease,
While groaning neathh the demon ofwDissase-
And grateful hearts shall all thy care repay,
When stern affliction's chains are burst away.
SDefenceless youth !-If Passion's firm control
Has placed thee where dark waves ofanguish roll,
Where sorrow reigns, and storms of suffering fall-
Where mercy's ear near heeds thy piteous cal?-
Then flee to him wirho kindly holds for thee
Those precious Drops that soothe and set thee free;
And when thy list alllictions once are o'er,
Go, rescued child ofwrath, and sin no more! "
Yours, reeprectfully, E. G. P.
Sold at No. 5 Division st.. Price SI per bottle. This
letter can be seen at the office; the author will please
accept the thanks -fI.. f '.:. L..:r'
N. B.-iThe public will please take notice that the ge-
nuine Hunter's Red Drop rah be obtained at no other
place in the city but 5 Division st. having removed from
No. 30. my4 I in'
CUIE FOR SMOKY CHIMNEYS.
IN FOR YOURSELVES, BEFORE IT IS TO red in a few days, bythe use of this celebreate'd.emedy, ... .-. '....... .' i .:..ofanvy degreesofenvexi-
SATE.-All those who areafflicted with Asthma, without confinement from business, alteration in diet, '- -'"- : -. n, ,*, maybe required, acting
and Cough, you ca obtain relieffor a trifle-only ONE dink, or.the least change inthehabi"s ofthe patient. It on he slightest pressure in, th centre; and in these-
SHILLINoper bottle. The undersigned would merely hason agreeable flavr and rnell, and can be used with. conl-place, the rupture pad-isatlached to the spring by a
invite those who have not tri-d THOMASs WLL.IAM HAt- ,out danger ofbeinigexposed-it has nevsa failed in cu- balland socket, so that the. aadmin of the, pas maybe-
Pea's CoucH REMEDne, to pumcimse ONE BOTTLE; if that rin = thrown many direction and. anade fast with sIrews for
affords theum no relief, she does not ask them to pur- Thes genuine RedDron can be purchased only at 12 that purpose, making an invluable acquisition to any
chase a second. Duane street, two doors from Cha ham street, ami at no person affected wifit rupture.
The original proprietor of this valuable medicine was other-place in New York. One Dollar per bottle. In consequence ofthe increasing demand for these-in
inflicted with Asthma and Cough more than one in Offie open from 7 in the morning, until 10 at night. struments; DR. MTARSHAIL, has removed his office, to
twenty millions, and was willing to give any proof of ml2 tf te more central location, No. 121 Bowesy.
the fact, Since he first offlired this Cought Remedy to mylt .. f r Hours of attendance-from 16. o'clock A. Mt. to I P. M.;
the prb!ic, many thousands have called to inform of the TTNPARELLELED VILLAIN-Y.-LEVISON'S HUN- from S3to 6sP. t. afl
relief they obtain by it; and it is most gratifying that I TER'S RE- DROP,-In censequece of the very
can sellit fo a trifile-thereby enabling me to do good many great andtextrirdinary cures this medicine hasv u/E'DICAL COeMMTNICATION.-The variable and
to ALL, whether rich or poor. performed in Venereal i-n its worst stages, when every IV. uncertain climate of this country, predisposes to
For mere than fifty years Mr. Harper was afflicted thing had been used to no good effect, in some cases consumption and ether fatal pulmonary complaints,
with Asthma and cough, during which periodhe visited where the patient had been given up as past recovery, such as Coughs, Colds, &c., which by a little timely
Guy's, St. Thomas's and St. Bartholomew's hospitals, in having gained for itself a celebrity unparalleled in the medicine may be entirely ward-ed off-and for which
London,-tried Harleam Oil andBotanical Syrup-but all annals of medicine-runprioeipled nostrum venders, al- purpose no medicine is comparable to the PECTORAL
failed to relieve him. HP, then prepared and commenced most every three months since it was first brought out, HONEY OF BONSET, as prepaed from the receipt of
using" thisI nvaluableRemedy, and "was in a short space wbich is five years ago, are ctunterflitiog it and trying thelate Dr. JohnG. Vought. This medicine is no quack
of time entirely cured, and enjoyed life happily for many in various ways to destroy its popularity-but now, to imposture,nor isits composition a secret as .. is known
years thereafter. And I sincerely hope that all whoare cap the climax, try to ob us of its name. We would to very many of our most respectable physicians, who
similarly afflicted will at least give the Cough Remedy a mention, for the information of all concerned in this ras- are min the habit of describing it with the most unbound-
trial. call piece of business, lthat we have received letter ed success. For tme last fourteen years this medicine
HARPER'S COUGH REMEDY is sold by no other through the post office, from a responsible source, sta- has been used for the removal of pulmonary complaints
personin New York, except the widow of deceased, ting who and what tey a.. in ,. 'Id.: ..-, ii,.... pub- to the reliefand satisfaction of the many thousands who
who resides at 31 Rose st.; and who has also opened an lie, which in a few days -i .-**..: -"'-. i I,. H is not have made use of it. The Pectoral Honey of Bonset
office at 3 Amos st.. near the-junction of Sixth Avenue. stopped. I may be obtained at Marshal. C. Slocum's Drug and Che-
Since the death of Mr. ToMiAs WILLIAM s HARPER, Levison's Hunter's Red Drop, is warranted to effect nmical store, 303 Broadway, and at all the respectable
(who was killed in the late hurricane at Piscataway, N. a prompt, permanent and safe cure, without dieting, druggists i the city. n14-f
S) theinanufaclt reand sale of the aovRemey has scenting, or hindrance from business, in all cases ofl oye-AL' R D b
developed upon Mrs. AnBIGAIL HARPER, who continues neteal and under all circumstances. Price $I1, per heot- "l/ARSHALL'S REMEDY FOR THE PILE.-This
with her family at the late residence of Mr. H. 31 Rose tie-all genuine will have the name, U. Levison, on, of fll medicine -is prepared from a vegetable, and will be
street. ABIGAIL HARPER. whom it can be obtained at a 1 hours-office No.5 Divi- found a radicahcure Ltr that distressing disorder. Since
Mrs. Harper' can be seen at No. 3 Amos st. on Tues- siou street. 4 doors from Chitham square. myl lmr" its discovery, (which was mere accident,) numbers have
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. DQaCTGR SUTHERLAND, will remove his office on Th cured, af e hav.been afflicted for 21 years.-
-S T E LN"w l re o e h s o f c o n T h e first ap pl cationa a nf o rd s g reat rel ef, and a p perfect
Agents-Mr. Stephen ,-i .,.-, ;.Irl:..' -; the 1st of May, to No. 10 Park Place, where hlie y e ma is effected in few s. con p
Kechuman, Cold SpringL I.al rs. Trove Iere, orti Se- years by a method of orrecting the lespiration, a in which hold ofpl sa R d an T ee a le itir on
cond st. Williams., L. I ; C. YS. S mitr reenbu i re retofeall dicine isumostil sraperseded Dopsct Shas as entirely credit and aewed felt nothing tem p i
Orsangetaon, Roklnd coun y, N. V.; A ro.ed Gregory, inn ssessionendwilt efuy exhibit nu u sNd fale Yolo, Jye ri icates
Danburyon Po tter Wil son, booksellers, Mn t. tAffectionis softhe eicat, Suppreof his mo e of Voitreatment; Bilk, Jul No0 ery.
ThBrooklyn, L. I.; joren C. Thompson, Tompkint svdile, Sta- imon s and Nervous diseases of all varettes- which the i This is to er ify I is to certify, that I was
tensisland C.orsed t outside, a on nd aler g the m the especially, and lirang, which generalarts laboring th er a recent attack f the ples n May last,
edow amidnat ,and on ru ultt, eift-er witin vs e rusMre. 7t 1 endlasStried nany remedies aaithous experiencing any
out of the city, swill become agents. Price tIs per I have been long qoahatenodsthr Dr1 Sutiecla1 nd d whih proved o been effectua cue ha o ew
bottle. my24 tf have the utmost confildnce in his knowledge and skill ays. oC. STEARNS, 188 Bosrey
IMhPOSITION AVOIDED. in e treating dyspe-paie and sincerely believe that any per- To be had only at No. 5 Orange stareet. Price- tor
Prudence in all cases is necessary, but the saving of son suffering under its influence, may be entirely res- violsa 50 cents, 4 oe. S. iet
coppersinaphilof medicine is piiful economy, and toredo health in a very short ime, under his care. I ee a licaton
often leads to worsl e consequences than the loss of the speak from experience, having been afflicted wihS. that MEDICAL NOICE
money. disease for 1 .years, tried various rmedies, and found R. 8ARPENTER continues to devote his undivided
tu. JORDANnS BALSAM OF RAKASIRI having sertm enalsotheefficacy tb his modent of Dr. ersoatmentnal attention to te relief of the al ed and
Thebeen established a a standard Iprined fr neartons eland, to n them the Iollows uertunate, the victim o imofprudence, and also the
siglnd a ndenCdorsed onH filEou Usdewith a t-ild ec L OSbyt. victinns ofT QuHks and Quack Nest cyrnCs.
her ownf sgnatuie, a nd no druggi ts, n there wthn or NeYrk r,13 u anmt is capable of appreciating obviously
cure of therchty, Chr ai en it ir s pa 3.. goodeffectsuntilImadetrialo r. Marshal's Pie re
e of the otnly patent medicine hosec s eak TDeaer Sir,-It is na, as you are walre, about sl x yerala whch provedss to rearkn effectual cuinc remede
pac ts age; ando extendits ea usefulness the sinae I received treatment at your hlandIs, for ea derange exis that can applticable cages antd stages of
proicior having r recently arrived in this city, hasc only :- '-nd -I --r.---t toysesar svi mich tih v qnereal or syphilitic disenesa, v6r ih antny author i t-
toinformteldosei want of suchan article osshee it iny sought relief in to wole ca.aleof rugs n inI they rquir EDICatment corresponding wiCE. heirpecu
be obtained genuine. One easin15gle easose ver fails to en- hoever 1f it in eoure o r! emed. asnd all sfo liar sat E statd e continues to under hie direon of
I"ar OularDnLnai S so AMleFuu a th BAR LA M OFha n p riAt-iefoorrec r iration i te it entotiDr.eMuthmlersonaltat te do yth recklefsofthe n o ffri, ted and
list in its favr thetabis as a standard nicely delicate, and etent tief vo d reote la i all dys pthsor. unfortenate,a hevnc tie absurdnilly and real dan ef
shs ye bee d isap.oint ed nea disco fva ecta ydsel scepa- meets
halfred wile takurying it-indoenrCd it na ws er ecBte pi h. d l av in dre ont t s. ca uirt-
every sufferer beyond evnthe ple of .. .:. .. i toe afflicter I vot a ake Doctor having devoted mucl time and attention to
urs perhaps the only medicine that has ained a asin Yours truly nd sts is particular branch of practice, fr te st entvi
i "phap -tiron l m i th datr gion aae y I Ntsnow, as you are awareI abou t six years f e y ears, is enjibled to offer that no stpeiompt ad e .
tjudiciously selectenfionthe host of medicines whose sIcE WORKS FIed RE WOtRKSh FIRE aWOtltKS!:! tuaelreetdis icn pleasant and opea eo, s l hout
only aim scems to have been to dazzle, dupe, and de- The subscriber now offers to the public the moht delention from ordinary avocations, and defy ing the
ceive thitse unlucky and unfortunate. The genuine Bals extensive an Ivaried assortment of Brilliant Fire Works scrutiny of observers, Separate offices have been ar
sa of Rakasiri can only be obtained at ie following in the United Staes, consisting....... of several thoun roc. ran I thged for ihe privacy of patient, and the iseaewill
druggist s,i the city of New York-Price 1t keats of heavy calibre, ith rich aend fancy headings, be eradicated in the srhortst practicable tine; recent
A. B. & Dob Sands, cor. Fulton and William sts.; J. wheels of every description, Roman candles, mes, tour- cases speedily removed without any inconvenience, and
Osborne, cor. Houstonand Boery; Syne cor. Walk- billions, maoons, line pigeons, saxons, gcrbs, Italian the stale remark tiat "secrecy will be observed" is
arandBloery; J. B. Nones, 644 Brodaday, nso doors streamers, colored fires for TTHEARES, signals for deemed siperuiuous, all cases guaraceed, ard clrarEe
sts; andat the New York Chemical Hall, 35 Sixth Ave- liant set pieces for CITY and COUNTRY displays.- SLlP neir Pearl street. Dr. Carpenter, Late Su reon of
nue, nearly opposite Amity st. mOlim Agents in New York, H. Yvmlin, 231 Fulton street,near the United States Army, Licentiate of the N. State
tEECiiES-Just receives, a few tiousani e very y Gruent, Les age Son, 60 aide ne, Gas ecal Soety, nd for t ,enyfive yanrears a rdionerf
ri eor Savedish Leeches, very large size cod perfect- nor is Young, 13 C tmo q atoonniths crwity une cinegoranend
ythrou, g he asol iunatapso to AyLSeee .. X ISAAC EDGEtSet. (Pyrotechnist,) ta3 Br. C. furnishes medicines for patients a ra Ars.
S lTeiacis ,i not P .to y .Leeches ever my62m or res at the Lboratory, Jersey City. tatncefor al diseases minated byecae nature (ondersma
sigraa.i :-t-I-iuaisa et'e Fearsale by the thousand, houn- descripln of their case,) ac pretension to med wilh full a
are.. r d.-n.. h B. & D SANDS, 100 Fulton, cor. LOTHS, MERINO SHAWLS, AND SILKS-Agoe copious reactions Ilo i i ch
is plhaps ti e only medr careful a ied ma a in a slasti assrtment ohe above named article for. ale ths a atilent m bec e tisown hy cian- et, e
pe action and certain recommandatilf aand out to b 177 po.g street, c.. S a open yearsten oeleck ton offe evinstpromp and ef
CHILONiC DISEASES.-DOCTOIR SEAkRS would
respectfully announcethat having from youth been
subject to Dyspepsia and liver Complaint, he has paid
unusual attention to those diseases.and also to the treat-
ment of Pulmonary and Dropsical affections, and thae ob-
scure and dangsrona disease-Augina Pectorns; and
having discovered and prepared some medicines, more
effiacious "in those diseases than any obtained in the
Material Medica, and having had much experience in
the treatment of those diseases, he is-confident that ma-.
ny cases which have resisted the ordinary means orme-a
dical practice, may be effectually relieved by his treat-
ment. He assures the public that he makes no preten-
sions to what he is not comipetent; ant' as regards-tihe
confidence to which he nmay be entitled, on account of
his moral and religions character, he ispermitted to re-
fer to the Right Rev. Bishop Onderdenk, D. D. and the
Rev. G. Spring, D. DP., and has in his possession, which
may be seen at his office, certificates from the Hon,, J
W. Taylor eand the Hon. Col. S. Young,.who are well
known to the public. HIe most respeofiully invites all
those afflicted with chronic diseases to call at his office,
41 Arm street.
Dr. Sears would respectfully observe, that among
the numerous applications made to him in pulmonary
and dropsical affections, he has had many casr:s of this
obscure and dangerousdisease, "Angimn Peotoris."-
Persons subject to it, have generally tine appearance of
enjoying good health, and not being aware of its fatal ten .
dency, apply no remedy until, atanreil by its death-lilik
paoxysims, they apply too late. Thlis disease is no
doutt the cause of muo. of tie sidlden dSathlis whichui
frequently occur, and a'.c denominated ihe visitation
Its prominent and characteristic symptoms are anl
unpleasant sensation at the sternum breast bone, com-
nonly at lhe lower paint of it, attended wirh pains aoout
thie breast, butl more particularly about tihe lcd i side und
region of the heart extending often to the sholelder
blades, especially thie left, and often affecting the leftr
arm. Tlose subject to it are sometimes awakened witlh
sense of suffocation or difficulty of breathing, and ge-
nerally experience a shortness of breath, and some-
times a palpitation of the heart, o -., *ii ;- ri.:i ...-.
itis ascending, or against the w, ,.', .r i, v,.s .1
stair's. These symptoms ai e not constant, and the per-
son often elioys good health, except during the pa-
roxysms, wfiich at first. do not frequently occur, but
which become more frequent, attended with peculiar
and alarming sensations, and often proving suddenly
fatal when apparently good health is enjoyed.
Dr. Sears would observe, that he ha'paid unusual at-
tention to the nature and treatment of this disease; has
taken-much pains to procure reports from hospitals in
Europe and this country of post mortenm examinations
of this disease. From all these, and the numerous ca-
ses which have couime under his care he is fully 'confi-
dent that itis in all cases occasioned by an affection of
the heart, or an aneurisn or enlargeIsmnt, of thie aorta
(large artery) near the heart, or ossification of thecoro-
nary arteries. It is always attended with an increased
or diminished arterial action, and generally irregular and
intermittent. There is probably no disease which has
put so mu -li .i -. 6a.'. all the dogmas and theories of
medical .... Its successful t treatment de-
pends ..n experience, observation and discriminting
judgment. It is an alarming fact that this diseases be-
coming more fi'requent.
The vegetable Renovating Pills are for sale at his Of-
fice 4f Ann street. m 5 3m
ClOMMUNICATION.-Mesrs. Editor, 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 concernta others damn Evans, EwrN
Sears, Badeat. HamriltonrHver, Hunter, Bramar, Ma,
so's, Janus, Root, Lerrey, Cherry, Swain, Harper, Phy-
sciaea's Pills,.rfephritics,.r IClark, &c., 'but I'say swear n o,
at all, since there is a gentleman, No. 76 Maiden Lane
up-stairs, who manufactures 37 kinds of medicines, ail
of which have astonished the public by. their wonderful
efficacy. The query is-whether Di. am's celebrated
Smecticineswill not allow some of the above to die a nat-
ura'death, while he and his medicineswill be damned to
everlasting fame. I understand that Mr. Darn is per-
forming miraculous cures. One thing.is- certain, thit
he cures instantly every person who calls with head-
ache or toothache, and his other medicines are well spo-
ken of. The public ought to bid such a*man a hearty
welcome to this city. 'IbIhis gentliman'.snameisLEAN.
DER AM, 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. Those afflicted with
ii : jr ;r.j." recommended to call on Mr. L.
S .r_:r- M r.J..r. L up stairs, first lsoor over his for-
mer store, at he function of Liberty street.
fel5 tf A SUBSCRIBER.
r 1E INDIAN'S P.ANACEA--For the cure of rheu.
Smatism, scrofula, cancers, salt rheum, Syphilitic
and inmercurial diseases, particularly ulcers and painful
affections of tie bones, ulcerated throat and -.:..;1
ulcers of every descrioronr fever sores, and ii...i
abscesses; fistulas, scld head, scuivy, Biles, chronic'
sore eyes, erysipelat, blotches, and evary variety of
culaneous affection; chronic catarrh, head-ache froin
particular ciisses;'iren in the stomach and dyspep-
sia. proceeding friom vitiation; affections of the liv.
er, chromie tin'arinalione of the kidneys, ,.1 .-.:t.. )
debility caus -. i if the .. .:
skin. It is .. .. ., in renovating those
constiutlions wliirh Ihave been broken down by injtudi-
cious treatment, or juvenile irregularities. In general
terms, it is r. e mrnended in all those diseases which
arise from 8impirties in the blood, or vitiation of the hu.
morse, of whatever uame or kind.
Som eofthe above ;.. .... .... ; ..'
." .- 1' : i 1 for a general reinidy, or purifi- -
/,tr'r I" re""-mo tee cnise, :he INDIAN PANACEA vill
.:,, t 111 I und suficient.
As r .1.: 1 r ..... "s... certificates may be
seen. For -.! ..r i- ii i-J, I..... & Co. 80l0 Maiden lane;
J. B. Dodd, Broadvray, cor. Bleecker-st.; J. IH.-art,
Broadway, cor. Chamber, J. Millitau, 183, and P.
Diickie,413 Broadway ; S. Carle & Nephew. Fulton,
cor. Water ; Blachely & Lewis, 527 Greenwich; E. C.
& R. E. Moss, Grand, cor. Cannon ; Adamson & Olliff.
6 Bowery,; 1 .. i'... r,'. n'I, Bleecker, cor. Jones
street, and '-. j. i i -.. B., Bowery, cor. Spring
1 Q GCURES IN A YEAR !t-Use thile right
OQ /i O atom ricines and be cured!-Ye who have
suffered, andare weary of sofferig,. and tired ofpaying
fees and submitting to experiments for the remove of
ii i.ci- ... .i.:... ..- Gonorrhea or '", such as Gleets
Si \ i and Whites, and ye who, in dis.
gust and disappointment have abandoned all hopes of
cure, are strongly invited, as a last resort, to have re-
course to DR. U'HERRY'S ASTRINGENT PILLS,
whose failure in radically removing every vestige of
such weakening and disheartening complaints from the
whole constitution is unknown, from the positive fact of'
20,000s oxes being sold in one year, in New York alone,'
and not a single, case of failure has been related to any
agent selling them. Has such a fact occurred from
the use of any other.medicineI Let every one testify
For sdle,wholesaleandretail, .by A. B. & Sands, cor.'
Fulton and William, aid retail byMilnor &iGamblc, eor
Dey and Broadway; car. Bowery and Walker; S. ..
Osborn, car Bowery and Houstonr; T. R. Austin, 45
Carmine st. ; Dr. Gulon, cor. Grand, and Bowery; cor.
Henry and Pike sts.; W. Forbes,. 505 Pearl st. cor.
Cross ; Win. Horewill, cor. Canal and Hudson, and at
the New York Chemical Hall, 35 Sixth Avenue. Prise
81 per box.
N. B The Gravel warranted to be onred by Dr. Cher.
ry's Pills. Those troubled with stone in the blarder,
pain in the kidneys, &c., are astonishingly relieved. as
are these having irritation of tie neck of the bladder,
with a want of' control over its natural action.
Southern Merchants who desire to purchase by the
dozen or gross, will be supplied at, a very liberal dis.
count, and the pills will be warranted by them to produce
lie desired effect. ap2uin-"
'N /N9000 CASES CUREt)-THE GENUINE REDI
Qu pUn ao DROP-Celelbrated for theo cureof Ve-
nereal. The proprietor and original inventor of this
truly wonderful and celebrated Red Drop for the ctine
of every symptom, form, and stage of that a..:-uctive
malady, venereal disease, deerms it hIis duty to caution
tie public against purchasing his highly prized and now
universal specific. at any office except 12 Duaoe street.
Itis a lamentabe fact, that no soonerhas a physician by
the laborious study of years, produced to the world an
effectual remedy for the alleviation of human sffe-ring,
than crowds of unprincipled and illiterate mountebanks
commnence their wicked and odious trade, by pouring
upon a confiding public, some vile and destructive trash
for the genuine article. The proprietor has'never (un-
til now),appointed an agem in this or any other city in
the United Slates, for the sale of his F.. i D.:;.- .ij
again warns the public that it can only be ..j N,:. i
Duahe st. Gonorrhea, gleets, chancres, bubos, seminal
weakness, eruption on the skin, ulcerated throat, nose
blotches pains in the joints, merirurial diseases, alfec-
t-itofhebaddetr-, po..~asratralandsar-id ,,cam,aare cu
O-&NAMENTAL ROMAN STONE AND CHIMNEY
J POT MANUFACTORY OFFICE, 133 Chamberst.
corner of West Broadway, Dogs, Lions, Eagles; Greek,
Roman, Gothic.. and other ornaments for stoops, Gar-
dens. entrys, &i; &c., made to order and warranted to
*,.'ad hinri. 'r-.I. frn, i.-mtine Roman Cemnent. The
I '...- '' ': '' r- ..rsmoky ehrnneve, they are
cheap and durable, made by S. GjOOWIN, 133 Cham-
: N.B.- Cisterns.repaired. 100 casks of fresh Roman
. emeni, for sale. m24 lm"
.Ol,'SE OF REFitESHMlINT-Nco 11 ANN ST.-
SThe proprietor of this vell known establishment
continues, as heretofore, itc supply his customers with.
the delicacies of the season served up in the best man.
nor. The quality of ti- viands and .Tis very moderate
S-*-_- r: -; ] .*i i.:.. r, It ill. '..... patronage which
0i ,i'' I. .. .1 .J. i I ,' lhim His eforts.
s: a;a s, as ney hamtherto been~,to'maritits continuance
and to secure to llis house that reputation for excellence-
and accommodation, which it has for so long a time
ap8 Sin 3. SWEENEY.
BJADE-)AI'S CELEBRATED. STRENGTHENING.
SLASTER.-' ... i and weakness in.
the breast, sidle.,. i .. l.- i.v for out, rhetiu,-
tism, liver complaint and dyspepsia, for coushs, colds
asthmas, difficulty of breathing, oppression 'if the sto-
machl, c. ; -t hey *vwii give immediate and siothliin re.
lirf; and for pleasantness, safety, ease and certainty,
are decidedly superior to most other remedies. Such
persons whoe hni,-iow r-utiii. thatI they should stand
or-sit mrueh, r ii. ...M .. -. i.-habits generaiy, who
may be troubled .I .- i..0 -...- or breast, are
advised to try ot' ..i itr..:.t .-.-..'.,.' masterss, as they
are essentially .n. -. m i..i, .: eIrs, and are free
from those objections Which are so reasonably made
against plasters gen. .-I, Tl. r," i .r;. has had the
pleasure of selling II..'.. .... r...,. .. ... this city, and
of the many thousands who laoe' used them, he has
not heard of a solitary complaint. They are patronized
extensively by the medical profession ; and there is not
probably .... ,il. I.,, icianin the Uniled Statesor
Europe, '..... ,.1 .. I.: tosanction them with his
name antd influence, when made-acquainted with their
Printed directions accompany each plaster, signed by
me in my own handwriting, to. counterfeit which will be
punished as a forgery. Persons ablut buying them
will remember to ask for Badeau's Strinethening Plas-
ter, and see that they get the directions thus signed.-
They are put up in hexes with large and attractive
show bills ; will koey wivnthout injury in any climate, and
will be forwarded to any part of the United States or
British Provinces as Tier order, and a liberal discount
made Ito those who buy to sell atain. In conclusion, I
have only to add that instances are so numerous in
which the most salutary effects have been produced by
using them, that they are recommnended with the most
entire confidence to all who ae thus allfflicted.
Sold at wholesale and retail by the subscriber, who is
sole proprietor, at the Bowery Medicine Store No 260
Bowery, New York. N. W. BAREAU.
SALT RHEiUM.-No cure, no pay.-Dri. lainlton's
Salt Rheum Eradicator, is an effectual, safe and cern
tain cure for this distessing complaint, and also for all
diseases of the slun, such as rirg worms, better, scald
head, '&c. It has not failed'in performing a cure in one
case out of 200; end in order that no one afflicted need
hesitate to make imniediate use of it, the subscribers.
will agree to refund thie price to any one who may use-
t without being cured. Price $1 50. For sale, by the-
dozen or single box, by
o.15 tf A. B. & D. SANDS, 100 Fulton, cor. Wm. st.
SH AKER'S GARDEN SEEDS-TO MERCANTS.-
The subscribers have oy hand a large assortment of
Fresh Garden Seeds, raised by the Shaker Society at
Enfield, Conn.; neatly put up in boxes, at- 6, 10, 16, 20,
and 30 dollars each, with suitable directions for sewing
on each box; they will be supplied to merchants iat a
very liberal discount, and dealers in seeds are respect.
fully invited to sall beforeopurehasing elsewhere.
A' .. B. & D. SANDS, Druggists4.00 Fulton,
. f7tf corner of Willia.n street.
DR. MARSHALL;S TRUSS.-HERNIA CURED.-
Persons afflicted with Herniamay, now be assured
that by the proper application c i thli-Truss they may
obtain a speedy and- efficient cure.
T'he Ai. r ..- i. r IN., i'.: i,,r, ki, .. '-.
awarded to this Truss, the sole prenriuar..
The committee of eminent suxgeans appointed by the
Mechanics' Instittteat their late Fair, held at Castle.&
den, havingrieported in favor, .hisTtuss ; that institu-
tion awarded for the Improvement aSii"er Medal:
In applying trusses for the curo of Hernia, vse have
every variety of structure-frorn the emaciated, to the
most corpulent habit to suit; andia. pad, conveear con-
cave, permanently fixed, or limited motion, will' nothuit
indiscriminately in every case. Tile concave pad on a
fleshy person, like a glass on a cushion, will dftaw from
the centre; and the convex padtion a loan narson will
press immediately into the ring:;: so that in bath cases
the orifices will be keptopen, andishouldthe rupture be
retained; prodmaing incalculablo-mischief.
In the- truss now offered, all-these objections are re.
.. a- La r. i ...:. the pad has an. opening in
'I. i.-'i i !..u. i ,i. .1 .y be packed o nnapacked