The herald
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Title: The herald
Uniform Title: Herald (New York, N.Y. 1835)
Alternate Title: New York herald
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill. ; 39 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James Gordon Bennett
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: January 28, 1837
Publication Date: 1835-1837
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New York (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New York County (N.Y.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York -- New York
Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Aug. 31, 1835)-v. 2, no. 373 (May 20, 1837).
Numbering Peculiarities: Issues for <Aug. 18, 1836>-May 20, 1837 called also: Whole no. <300>-534.
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Related Items: Weekly herald (New York, N.Y. : 1836)
Related Items: Evening chronicle (New York, N.Y. : 1837)
Preceded by: Morning herald (New York, N.Y. : 1835)
Succeeded by: Morning herald (New York, N.Y. : 1837)

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The Last Bell.
From the Baltimore Moiument.
It was a beautiful morning in the month of May,
1825, I was sitting by the side of Helen Harris, the
-only girl I ever loved, and I believe the only girl that
ever loved.me-any how, she was the only one that
ever told me so. We were sitting in the piazza of her
father's house, about a quarter of a mile from the
landing place, waiting for the bell of the steam boat
to warn me of the moment that was to part "my love
and me." It came to pass in the course of my histo-
ry, that in order to accumulate a little of .this world's
gear," that I might be the better prepared to encoua-
ter the demands of matrimony, I was destined to
.cross the blue Chesapeake, and seek in the metropo-
litan city the wherewithal so much desired. flow
maify swains have been compelled, like me, to leave
home, and the girl they loved; to wander in search
of gold? And-and, good gracious! how many have
been dis-disappointeua Most of them, perhaps, for
most of them may-have obtained the gold; like me,
may be they did not get as much as tney wanted.-
But to the piazza.
Well-we were sitting in the piazza, and, as may
be supposed, were talking of our love, and the sepa-
ration, and all the etceteras -of our situation. We
were waiting for the most unwelcome sound that ever
saluted our ears, namely, the steam boat bell. It is
well known to all who know any thing of steam
boats, that their bells give two warnings jo those who
have engaged for a voyage-the second, the signal for
You may rely on it we talked fast-we thought fast
and abreviated our words into such ragged sentences,
that no body but ourselves could understand them.
The first bell rang-the sound rolled over Mr. Harris'
cornfield and water-melon patch, to the piazza, like
the kne.l of hope, and I sprung to my feet and trem-
bled like an aspen.
"O0 George, wait till the last bell rings,"said Helen,
-as the big bright tears came over her eyes of blue.'
"Do no such thing," answered the hsarse voice of
Mr. Harris, as he arose like a spectre from the cellar,
where he had been packing away his cider "Do no
,such tHing,"'he repeated, "ana George," he con-
tinued-"carry this advice with you to the grave-
and may it be of service to you-Never wait for the
last bell."
I was offlike a chased deer-the last bell rung as I
approached the steamboat, and I had scarcely time
to get aboard, before she was pushed from the wharf.
On my passage I had time for .reflection, and after a
few flutterings at my heart, occasioned by the separa-
tion from its idol, I composed myself to cool reason-
ing, and the conclusion of the whole matter was, that
it was dangerous to wait for the last bell.
My career in search of pelf has in a degree been
successful, but I verily believe bad not the old farmer
told me "never to wait for the last bell," thatI now
should have been as poor as the morning the farewell
shivered from my lips upon the heart of my lonely
I came to the big city--took lodgings at hotel, but
for a single day can rehearse the dangers of waiting
for the last bell. I did it once-it was the day I en-
tered-and I lost my dinner. I have always been
'ready for the dinnerbell since t en, and the first stroke
-has found me at the table. I mingled with mankind,
and I saw thousands who were waiting for the last
bell. In business they were slow and bargains slipped
them. In the payment of their liabilities they were
backward, and their credit consequently suffered.
For six months I was clerk-it was a short appren-
ticeship-but my never waiting for the last bell, that
.is to say, my doing every thing I had to do, in the
right time, won a place tor me in the affections of my
-employer, and which induced him to offer me a part-
..nership. I- accepted-and in every instance when the
bell rung, it found me ready.
I have been in business and married nine years, and
:am not yet to be found napping when the bell rings..
The first love letter I wrote, contained an approval
of the sentiment of farmer Harris, and Helen was not
long settling her opinion for our, side, when I inform-
ed her that if I had waited for the last bell, she would
not have received it by that boat.
I had almost forgotten to tell you that Helen is my
wife, and she, for one,- will never repent the morning
1. took her father at his word, and run for life over the
-vatermelon patch and cornfield to get to the boat in
.time. .
'Now I would just beg leave to say a few words to
our young men about this thing of waiting for thelast
bell. When I arrived at Baltimore, I waited on some
gentlemen to whom I had introductory letters, and
they recommended me for a situation; one was soon
offered, which I was told had been refused by four
young men, to whom it had been offered before I
came to the city-the salary was low-but, said I,
thdy are waiting for the 'last bell,' and I was not slow
in accepting of it, arid glad I am of it, for it was the
making of me.
Shortly after I became a partner in my present bu-
siness, our custom having increased considerably, we
-advertised for an additional clerk, the salary at the be-
ginning was the same that I had received. Many call-
ed who were out of employment, but they seemed as
though they had rather wait for another bell, and they
refused. I knew them all, and the young gentleman
who accepted, is worth four times as much as any one
of them.
Haste for the first bell, accept the first one, and
keep it till you get a better-remember the common
adage, 'half a loaf is better than none'-and be assu-
red that if you are worthy, be your first offer what it
may, it will lead you onward-upward.
I once knew a young man of first rate abilities, but
She formed the disgusting habit of stopping at the ta-
vern, whenever he coul make the opportunity-here
he always waited for the last bell, reluctant to 'leave,
while he could spare a moment. He is now a habit-
ual drunkard, and if he is not careful, the last bell of
.lif will find him in a bad condition. It will be hard
for him -to bid a long farewell to his last glass. '
Life is short-hours fly with the wind's rapidity,
and he who habitually puts off until the last bell, the
affairs which claim his immediate attention, will come
out according to farmer Harris' prediction, at the lit-
.tie end of the .horn.'
Shakspeare says, I there is a tide in the affairs of
men which, if taken at the flood leads on to fortune.'
-My young friend, he who waits for the last bell canne-
:ver take this tide at its flood-the man only who is
watching to embrace the first opportunity can have
the least hope of success.
Young ladies, I have a word for you. In the street
I live in, there is a lady who has been seven years in
choosing her partner for life. She is handsome and
pretty well off, and has had several respectable offers,
but she is waiting for the last bell-and she is likely
to remain to the last a belle, for she is turned of thirty,
.and says she will agree to the first proposal that is
made to her, but it is too late-and she must hide her
blessedeiess forever.
Now I beseech you, my dear young friends, all of
-you who may read this little sketch, put not ff till to-
.morrow what you can do today; this is a true mean-
ang of the injunction which has been of so much ser-
'vice to me, and whenever you feel a disposition to
postponee any thing, no matter how trifling-remem-
Iser the words of farmer Harris- Never wai for the
-last bell.
LErTERH OF JOHN RANDOLPH.-We have procured
and present to our readers, (omitting a few sentences
S of no interest,) one of the letters of the late John
XRandolph,'according to ourpromiseof Monday. Few
letters more amusing than this have probably ever
,been written :-Rickmond Compiler.
KOANOKE, Saturday, Dec. 17, 1831.
Half past 12.
. Dear M : On taking out my chariot this
i morning, for the first time since I got home, from
your house, to clean it and the harness-(for this
dreadful spell of weather has frozen us all up until
today,) tle kn.fe was. found in the bottom of the car-
riage, where it must have dropped from a shallow
waistcoat pocket, as I got in at your door, for I mis.
Ssed the knife soon afterwards. Nhen I ot home, I
had the pockets of the carriage searched- and every
thing there taken out-and it was not antil John had
searched strictly into my portmanteau and bag, ta-

king out every article therein, that I became per-
factly convinced, of what I was before fully persua-
ded, that I had left the knife in my chamber, at your
house, on Tuesday, the 6th ; and when I heard it had
not been seen, I took it for granted that your little
yellow boy, having "found it," had, according to the
negro code of morality, appropriated it to himself. In
this, it seems, I was mistaken, and I ask his pardon
as the best amends that I can make him; and at the
same time to relieve you and Mrs. M. from the un-
pleasant feeling that a suspicion would occasion, I
despatch this note by a special messenger, although
I have a certain conveyance tomorrow.
I make no apology to yourself or Mrs. M. for the
frank expression of mty suspicion, because truth is the
goddess at whose shrine I worship; and no Huge-
not in France, or Morisco in Spain, or Judaizmg-
Christian in Portugal, ever paid more dearly for his
heretical schism, than I have dono in leaving the
established church of falsehood and grimmace. I
am as well aware that ladies are as delicate as they
are charming creatures; and that in' our intercourse
with them we must strain the truth as far aspossible.
Brought up from their earliest infancy to disguise their
real sentiments, (for a woman would be a monster
who did not practice this disguise,) it is their privilege
to be insincere-and we should despise them, and
justly too, if they had that manly frankness and unre-
serve which constitutes the ornament of our charac-
ter, as the very reverse does of theirs. We must there-
fore keep this in view in all our intercourse with them,
and recollect that as our point ef honor is courage and
frankness, theirs is chastity and dissimulation; for, as
I said before, a woman who does not dissemble her
real feelings is a monster of impudence. Now, there-
fore, it does so happen, (as Mr. Canning would say,)
that trnth is very offensive to the ears of a lady, t hen
to those of a gentleman, (her husband for instance,)
it would not be at all so.
To illustrate-Mr. R. of D., my brother's widow,
was beyond all comparison the nicest and best house-
wife that I ever saw. Not one drop of water was ev-
er suffered to stand upon her sideboard, except what
was in the pitcher; the house froip cellar to garret,
and in every part as clean as hands could make it, and
every thing as it should be, to suit even my fastidious
I lived there after my brother's death, from 1796 to
1810 inclusive, and never did I see or smell any thing
to offend my senses, or my imagination, but once.-
Except in autumn, I would defy you to find a leaf or
a feather in the yard. No poultry were permitted to
come into it, and we had no dirty children, white or
negro, to make litter or filth. A strong enclosure of
sawn plank, eight feet high, fenced in the kitchen,
smoke, house, ice house, veal house, wood house, (in
which the wood for the use of the house, was stacked
away under lock and key. The turkey arid hen hou-
ses were in the same enclosure; which had two doors,
one next the dwelling house for the use of the mistress
and house servants, and one large enough to admit a
wagon on the back or north side, beyond which was a
'well built quarter with two brick chimnies, and two
room with fire places, and four rooms withoutforser-
vants. There was also (which I had forgot) a spin-
ning and weaving house.
At night the doors of this enclosure were locked ap
-not a servant being allowed to sleep within it, al-
though every one of them was in sound of the lady's
On one unhappy day in a very hot and damp spell
of weather of long continuance, a piece of cold lamb
was brought to the table that was spoiled-the first and
last instance, in nearly fifteen years, of the slightest
neglect in household economy. I ordered the waiter
to take it away, it being spoiled. I'rs. R. resented
this, and flatly contradicted me; and although the
lamb absolutely stunk, she ate a part of it to prove her
words true,-and was affronted with me almost past
forgiveness. I dare say that if I had not noticed the
lamb, she might have given a hint to the servant to
take it away; but the Honest naked truth was not tp
be borne. We.had no company but Dudley and her
younger son, then schoolboys, and an Englishm an
named Knowles, who acted as overseer or steward,
and dined with us until he took to drink.
Mrs. R. stoutly denied that the lamb could be spoil-
ed, becauseit had been boiled only the day before, and
had been in the ice house ever since. I admitted her
facts, but denied her logic, which was truly a woman's.
I maintained that the highest evidence was that of the
senses; that we must reason from facts where we
could get at them; and it was only where we could
not, that it was fair to argue from probabilities,; that
the lamb stunk, and therefore was not sound. This
she denied, and to prove her words, actually made a
shift to swallow half a mouthful, which, under other
circumstances, she would not have done for a thou-
sand dollars. So much for the ladies: charming crea-
tures, the salt of the earth, who like uncle Toby and.
all other old bachelors, I never could thoroughly un-
derstand, for want of the key of matrimony, which
alone can unlock their secrets and make plain (as
many a husband can tell) all the apparent contradic-
tions,in their characters. Yes, so much for the fairer
and better part of creation, (as from my soul I believe
them to be,) but who, as the Waverly man says of
Kings, are little cattle to shoe behind. And so it ought
to be; for it is their poor and almost only privilege to
kick, while we roam where we will, and they must
sit still until they are asked. I therefore, am for up-
holding them in all their own proper privileges, so long
as they don't encroach upon those of men. A woman
who unsexes herself, deserves to be treated, and will
be treated, as a man.
As to the honesty ofservants, I have always thought
mine "indifferent honest," as Hamlet says, and yet I
should have been very sorry that the boy that bears
this letter shouldfind my knife, or either of two little
urchins that you see here about the yard.
"I didn't take it, master," (for a negro never steals)
-"I didn't take it, sir, I find (found) it." What vir-
tue in terms! Corporal Nym, a high professor and
practitioner in the art of taking, says, the wise call it
CONVEY." See Shakspeare. I never know but three
,mulattoes whom I believed to be honest; and out of
near 300 1 have not a dozen slaves that will not take
or "convey."
John is as honest as you and I are. So is old Het-
ty, I know-and several of her children, I believe.-
Queen is, very honest, she is too lazy to steal. Juba
is so, so-but not strictly honest; he is ajinder some-
times, and can be trusted with any thing but money,
with which he will buy whiskey. *
My best regards to Mrs. M.
Truly yours, J. R. of Roanoke.

livered a lecture a few days since, (says the Boston
Gazette,) on the above subject, before the Boston Ly-
ceum at the Odeon, which was crowded in every
part, by attentive and delighted auditors. The lec-
ture was a splendid one-full of imagination and poe-
try-and interspersed with beautiful images. He
spoke ofthe sea as a fit locality for a story ofexciting
interest-and thought that naval lifesupplies an abun-
danceof the right kind of material for works of imag-
ination and taste. He spoke of the many interesting
associations connected with thet sea, its sublimity-its
depth-its indestructibi.ity-its vast expansion-the
beauty of the waves, which had been poetically de-
scribed as the "laugh of the sea" He spoke of the
Mediterranean-ana the mythological associations
connected with it by the ancients-and contrasted the
superstitions of the inhabitants of the rich and fruitful
shores which border the Medilerranean the birth place
ofthe Queen of beauty, and their beautiful grottoes,
their Tritons, and Nereides, and Syrens, &c., with
the more wild and terrific superstitions of the inhabi-
tants of the dreatry coast of Norwvay, and the Orkneys
-whose imaginations produced only a scaly horde of
gigantic mo sters. He spoke of the towns and cities
bordering on the sea, as containing a population al-
ways favorable to intelligence and liberty. The lec-
ture was delivered in Mr. Choate's happiest style.

SLAUGH AND.Gnow FAT.-The Magazine of Health
says: "Lau.hter is one ofthe greatest helps to di-
gestion." Laugh, quotha! while flour is fo-irteen dol-
lars a barrel, butter thirty cents a pound, and every
thing else in proportion.

On an improved principle which gives an appearance equal
A Splendid Ass' rtment o
Of every variety--cull and se.
East sit.e,4 .oors south of Bayard.
3i- Merchants' supplied on inviting terms. jil4-1m*
164 Broadway, Nerow York.
7.-6m* W. A. ANDROSS & CO.
sl4-y OLIVEiK B. GOLDSMITH'S,71 Catherinest.
nst-tf New York.
The subscribers have just received a splendid assortment of
which theyeffer at No. 210, Greenwich street, cdrnerof Barclay.
d2t-ns J W&G 0 JENKINS
Patent Vaslt Lights,
j6-tf 192 BROADWAY.
Greentwich Dispensary, No. 35 Sixth Avenue, N. Y.
N. B. Le, chin& and Cuppingpunctually attended-to, at a minutes

notice dat or night. Proscriptions and Ifmnily recipes carefully
prepared. j7-im
Corner of Nassau and Pine sts., City of Neeu York.
Tihe Proprietor of the above establishment returns his sincere
thanks to the public, for the very liberal manner is which it has been
sustained since it has been under his direction, and hopes that his
'future system of management will convince his friends that he is
determined toleave nothing undone on his part to merit a continu-
ance of their pattrnage.
The Hotelis immediately adjoining the Custom House, and within
a minute's walkof Wall tree Broadway, and other principal bu-
sinessstreets; consequently is very coaren:ont for those g ntlemen
who resident the upper I art ofthe city. Breakfast can be obtained
at the Refectory at il hours from 6 A. M. till noon, and diner from
noon till 6 P. M. The Proprietor feels warranted in saying that Iis
tables are furnished in a manner not surassedby any establishment
in the city.
Arrangtnments have been made, with agents in the country, by
which the Cus'em House Hotel will, iin future, he suppliers with the
earliest fruits, game, atdother deliorci s of tihe various seasons,
aad with an eminent importing house i. the city, for a constant
supply of the choicest wines and liqaurs. JAMES HORN, Jr.
j7 3m
"- R. C. BROWN & CO., having opened a C,lbffee House
(tle Niagara), ar No. 45 Warren street, and laid ina stock ofthei
clios.cest Wiies, Liquors, &c., iope by s'rict ,ltento to tlhe
wishes aofhtir eusomners, to imeril a share ol public patronage.
EQ-Mesrs. WRIGHT & ROVW I..; I. .. to inform their
friends and the pti'ic that they .1 ,. i their stock and
Store, corntero Br, adway and Caialst. a' d hiavo opened at 112
Broadway, where they koep the most splendid assortment of Hats
and FuPar Uaps, in the city.
'10-y WRIGHT & ROWE.
rt3 SEE Advcrtisement-ABERNETHY'S Comrvund Li-
quorice Cough Mixture,3d tage,-tlhe special A-ent, 127t owerycor.
Grand st. has been obliged in conseqtuencie' ot the great demand of
this Medicine, from the lower part sd vest side eoftlthe city, to ap-
point HOPPER, cor. Broadway and ikslin st., and UNDER-
HILL,cor. Beckman and William sts. Agents for this Mixture.
wis es to inform his friends and the public, that he hulsjust received
a fresh supply of first rate 0 STERS, and ready It serve them,
Friedl, Stewed, Roasted, and Pickles, on thIe most liberal terms,
at the shortest notice. Please apply at 135 Fultontstreet.
of HARMONY HALL, has been opened by the subscriber,
und will be conducted on an entire new plan, vhic h e hopes
will give satisfaction to his friends and tie public generally,
hIwill always keep the h e., i.i... .i., .flords-sucEl as Birds,
Fish, Flesh, &c. The Bar t.. i..: '.a....P. J with the best of Li-
quors. Oysters served up in the best style.
Meals an hlie had atall ho at a moment's notice.
The subscriber formerly kept the Park Hall at Boston, and hopes
by a strict attention tothe ceinfortof his customers, to merit a share
of public patronage. AMOS S. ALL1N,
nl7-3m0 Shalkspeare Refectory.
':T A CARD-S. W. BRYHTAM respectfullyiformts Ihis friends
and the public, that since he has sold out his Store in Grand st. he
has completed his enlargements and alterations at his original es-
tablishment, No. 2os Bowery, opposite to Rivington St., onse-
quently he is better prepared to meet the demands of his patross
on a stil more extensive scale, aid with a more general assort-
ment. of pure and genuine Confectionary, wholesale and retail.
S. W. B. returns thanks for the very tfattering patronage he has
heretofore experienced. Bowery SteamConfectisnary andSaloon,
No 208 Bowery opposite to Rivingtom st.
JUJUBE PAS L'E justimportedfromn Franee-a superiorarti-
cle of Jujube Paste, fr sale as anove, wholesale and istail.
l.t ttS s r. B.
J MEN'S BOOT AND SHOE ST@RE, No 5 Beckman st.
Clinton Hall, New York, eiar thl'Park.-The subscriber, grateful
for the distinguished patronage received since his opening the
above store, would respectfully inform Ilis friends and ili public
in general, that lie likc.cs on hand and is constantly masnlactur-
ing a prime articl.s of water proof Boots of French calf skin,
which have give n great satisfaction lor many years to those who
hnve worn torem
Dress Boots of superior workmannlaip rd finish, and Opera
Punipi that received especi1lly the Silver Medal of tile Amnruan
Institute, at the late FPlratNiblo's.
Stranters visiting tll city will find it to their advantage to call,
as tuchd attention i, paid to trtutsijIt cus tolers.
All orders thankfully received and ptintualily attended to.
N. B.-A good assortment of Over Shoes tfr sale at reduced pri-
ces. j27-In,
YEARS PESENT.-'rhe subscriber hasreceived the most
choice and beautiful collection of Annuals anti Juvenleh Miscl-
laneous works, which he has ever had the pleasure of offerime to
his numerous friends and patrons, among whichare tlieofllowinig:
The Bookof ems TheViolet
Gems of Beauty Pearl
Flower of Loveliness, 1t36 7 Christmas Box
Drawint" Room Scrap Book Union Annusal
Parlor Scrap Book Juvenile Forget Me No
Keepsake Scraip Book
Book of Beauty Lilley oflthe Valley
Heath's Picturesque Annual Fairy Book
The English Annual Hieroglyphlical Bible
Oriental Annual Robert tariublc's Sketch Boo
MogIolia The New Year's Token
Token Parent Gilt
Fore.t Me Not Parent's Cabinet
Chrstsian Keepsake Farm House
Religious Souvenir Two Edwards
Friendship's Offering Holiday Gif
Illus. ofthe Waverly Novels IHlustrations if Syria, Holy Le
Byron Gallery, &c AsiaMlintr, &c
C. SHEPARD, Bookseller,
s6 189 Broadway.
Con.tinue toinsure agam.,t loss or damage by fire on Buildiegs,
Goods, Ships in Port and heir cargoes, nd evely description of
personal property, at their Office, No. 13 Wall-street. .
Roert Ainslie, Tliuman Brlton,
David Coe-ine, Henry H. Elliott,
Daniel Jackson, Thlmas Sarjeant,
Cortlandt Palmer, Edgar Jenki'ns,
Thomas Tistn, he y pH. Leeds,0
Lis DeCss, George Strog
William p. hiallett, Edwrd Frost,
B. F. STEVENS. Secret ROBERT AINSLIE, President.
.TEENSSecretry. dil em
f ING.-- unqutliflied a probation this Soap lias received
fmom thse numers persons who have used it, iN Si evidence of its
superior value ver all otber sliaving soap.u, in use, or a ituick, fi to
andement lather, wIt ch sill not a' t 1 p nt. face sr ititte tlhe
skin in the least. It is pleasantly perfutid, and rut in a noat sev-
ored pot, answeerig ani theovicosm "foashavingbox.
Puce 50 cent per pot, for safe at....
*l-t- 364 Broadway, cor. Franklin it.
DP-IOSPHORUS. -A good supply on handand forarle,
. wholesale and detail, by
j2r De. LKWIS FEUCHTWANGBR, 377 Broadway.

''i*'9 '.lB 'T'EAAC.lt.KES OF THE FRENCH
a LANGUAGE.-We would invite the attentlom of the Teaulh-

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lit s ....

.Ipercede all ot. iers. i 1. i i.. I i... i i .
S. of... publication, Annst,.N.Y.

TRUST COMPANY.--Persons may effect insurances with
this Company on their own lives, or the lives of others, and either
for the whole duration oflife, or for a limited period. 'Tie pay'
ments of premium may bo either made annually, orin a gross sum:
Premiums on one hundred dollars for one year.
Age. I Year. Age. year. Age. 1 year. Age 1 year
1.1 0 72 26 1 07 38 1 4B 50 1 96
15 0 77 27 1 12 39 1 57 51 1 t t97
16 084 28 1 20 40 1 69 2 2 02
17 0 6 29 1 28 4 1 78 53as 2 10
is 0 89 30 1 31 42 1 85 54 2 1i
19 0 90 31 1 32 43 1 89 55 2 32
20 0 91 32 1 33 44 1 90 56 2 47
21 0 92 33 1 34 45, 1 91 57 2 70
22 0 94 34 1 35 46 1 92 58 3 14
S3 0 97 35 1 36 47 1 93 59 3 67
24 0 99 36 1 39 40 1 94 60 4 35
35 1 00 37 1 43 49 1 PG
Money willbe received in deposit by the Company, and held in
trust, upon which interest will be allowed as follows:
Upon anyoium over $100, irredeemable for 1 year, 41 per ot.
100, for 5 months, 4 per ot.
a 100 for2monoths, 3 perst.
Wm. Bard, Samuel Thompson, H.C. DeRham,
Thomas W. Ludlow, Isaac Bronson,, Jonathan Goodlim,
Wm. B. Lawrence, Peter Remrsen, Jame McBride,
Jacob Lorillard, Stephen Warren, John Rathbone,jr.
John Duer, James Kent, P. G. Stuyvesant,
Peter Harmony, Nathaniel Prime, Thomas J. Oakley,
S. Ven Rensaellaer, N. Devereaux, Stephen Whitney,
John G Costar, Benj. Knower, John J. Astor,
Thos. Sufforn, Gulian C. Verplanc, Penj. L. Swan,
Jno. Mason, CorUeliss W. Lawrence.
E.A. NICOLL, Secretary.
Fr. D. ATKINS, Physician to the Company. n14 tf
LOR STOVES-To which the highest premium wts awarded
at the late i air, f the Atneiican Institute, contain the following
important improvements:
A combitulti.n of diaughts so arranged that tbo fuel may he
burned with great rapidhty, or at a miediiini rat", or very slowly.
All the heat tirom the G ambers (it .f ,.l..- ... i. .- .'.-
pass directly fon theosmoke p ipe or. .,. r ,. ., ..
room, or the heat may be detained i r.. t ... h. ... 11,.. ',.. ."
as may he pritcf-red.
By tire use efthe-e draughts, the fire may be all extinguished in
the cha b rof combusIion wtitlnutilher,'novalof It particli ofthe'
coal or ashes roin tlie s.mie,and without any gas or duet whatever
S.., .. .. II., combination of d aughts, the fire
is.-., ., Ii '..,i'. .. o.. ....., and ilde toburn upwards in the
usual way. or i m iy be lighted f om the top and made to burn
d'wnwatdsl tiho gh the whole r,s. ....i r.,.. c.. .'
passing Ituttfhrugnhth, bottum of .i. ..
off into the smoke p ipe; or should iir iii ,, ,,, ,, ,
thebottom ofth grate when the fire is burning, theI draught may
be turned downward in a moment, oas to cause all theduol coal
,. t-'''., ii.1 o
i .. ... .e s.... ,,,-i.r r?- I, r .r ., ..,- )v er

... .r.. : i .. ,... ..., ., . ..t,,- htt
'i top

..., he can at ," .. .. be1sen ... I at ,l Itv ry
I ual-

2-3 & C
ae supteri'str .-. r -,i I...u i,, rand the sheet iron sto es
t.re highly ornaileloted.
TIo .li..,.s more eat from a given
S '''ti i,.-Al rdr- i n Lithography, aythersned to with
A ghe a..n at all times be seeravin oprand pain at39 Waer at reet,
s-there thy are for sale by the s!.sctribrs..
1203w R. ATWATER & CO.
M APS.-I', s snbs-riheNr is t.ado arrangements to execute
i ]orders in rshevingestabliheda Brath nch atetmaer. O Spice,

S.. ,. at ih o espectfllyna r office. i'r
''i t' "''' .i '' ,Allordors inLithogaphy, attended to with
care ai d des itch.
A gr ..: nr if rU..gravings on hand, plain ans colored, at r-
2019-y ItFulton st.
rHE subserisers.ohvwng established a Branch ofthieir Office, at
1cr,. r I, -t .Fi. i... ,,respectfollyinf'ro thoir ierds
.'Ih I"1 .-I' I ,i. lT thbs are prepared to ro'siveor-
Iofd'r sale the following areticles-White, c Gier Root, Jaon
letting and renti of hoses. states, farms,&ce Any ordernch und
aEngleitsh mofth to order, a aillrge asoptl ended to.
NEWSON & FLEMItNG,23Nsossan-st.N.Y.
and No.1 3ron.tst. Brookly ,nejtdoerto the L.I.11ank.s
SREENWICH COAL YARDr- I .....and eriie,

..... .. I .. i .. O-Supdes fCarbonaten Soda, aor
O HOUSEd by'A. DURC Camp &Co.,
Thesubscribri ow p ared texecuteanyort enters for anthe
ynDr Platss, tlodoo4oso st. JAMES D. W. WHTALL.

c.tc.eo--s, ':i ntil. togrisu. speror fo' plast ers, &a.-
.',.is ..-..-.. --5. i.i.' 'ax, hir eoxns of 305a5itII. each-
kilver ,., ,ic. -r ....t anted rnooth Bslihes, rensch and
English, Instde to order, a aige assortitent--Seittlitz andt Sola
heaIr ,r i .... h, .-u be filled to orderat short no-
, I.; h. ,, i--..-..h..-',".' Panacea. and Verndtifee, at
s-.-li ,,..i,.- Is' iI..-Ai ,l-Soper Casrbonate Soti, d&.
ec 1
rietorso Houseribe ar is onvitedpr to examine ute any orders for anythe
kind of talie Furniture use in Houses r Churcoadwas, uch y.s
Doo PlaHtesKnockeOs WITH CORECTmbem L Knbs, Es-
cutceos,ell Theirs, Ventilatorsnd g entlemen of New., all of Germanits
Silver, which certainly is by fitr prefetdradleto plated metal, ns it
heavisitrs ar ngsctud polispprisedng tot E. consumption ofthe metal it-
selfandsice te price r this metao. l in its finished state is yPcte-
low the n ice of plated watere here is n doubt but what r proprietors
aGISTnd builderswho will gives wrillttelson andrfer it. All the buie ..an Pro
prietor asr douses, am in a vitd to examine .th1.e specimens of the
oupntititrion s uses iicp d articles inuith sGallcand y
n'ilY Dr. LEWIS FEUiTCHWANGER, 377 Broalway.
Prof Ns vb en so mucs admirgentle n of N rk andidlitits
visit of attire respectfu roly 10 ris till4,at End fromlds tile 8. rtit)ermss
opnedrtl office, at. No. nut Broadvray next door to Peale's
Museum, in connelxiort with an llexoperienced PHRENOL-
G1T, who will giuerai wu tene and I,:it R.,i .o .. ., ... e he
csrte, rand, ndlit a ftl roa a eeafic .... L ...d .fcI. ari. et-
teerpo 4th. Enishcipes ofe from tDrs U SGall and Sptrzlimwh ich

titles, before he ntpatnts isdbanccu reclaim he same-9tikeess bh. Lands
ntho s of nates anf ir 10 till, and fr n6 until ad. Terms

Soi and Coinsellor at Law, Clinton Hall, No. a Beek, an street
(opposite sthe Brick Chu rch dor,) city ofNew York, Illnois, Mis-
sourn, Arkanstas, Military Bouerty, General Land office, ar d West-
ern Agency.
Patints obtained, and titlosperfected for soldiers or their hisre
nithEr. 1st. Rewvutionary-2d. Late War-3d. Cmandian Voluon-
teers-4th. English Refugees front the U. States toa Ct n adn and
Nova ScotiaO-tth. Deserters from theBritish army, or the he rsin
all theaiboe eases-t eth. Titles to lands lrfeiod forantin-p ayent
terax reclaised- 7th Iou s under age entitled to lan s sold for
trxes-Stli. Those tNho parted with their discharges, srrants, int
titles, belbre he patents issued can reclaim the snme-sth. Lands
in thre several States ae Territorie s in the U. States, Canada, Nova
Scotquar andTexas, bought and sold or exchange Sed, taxes pa d, read
titles inveigated, obtained ands perfected on application to this
Post Masters throughout tlm United States and ether rentlemne
forwardingany ofthe above cy ims, antI n hisg os agents in ther
several sections of country, will be entitled to 25 per cst. on all
crmmrissions. Communication post paid
[cir'aVsuable forming land for alein thme State sf Ill inois, 30
Quarter sections of 160 acreseach, in parcels fr m e80 to 82 anres
sitated sear towns,'and otherwise. Also, in MTissouri aond Arkan.
saa s. s i s-if
W TOOLSTrORE, coerncr efChathamanod Chaarberstivet, N.
York.-'T. J. w. has t oastantly fir sale sin excellent asssrtmenti of
the fiilowing :-Sawes r every descripti, stocks and bilts, augers
and hilts, patent sett saws, callippers and livid rs, turning and
firmer cbhisna i, sani gouages, scere plates, tocks anli dies. barners.
axes, ado levels gu g,, spirit levels.burnisherr. spoke shaves,
ciscalar lawst tunng lathes, vices, measuringapes, dro i].mg in-
struments, wood oxes tb cuttinge screwt of all series, ru'es, fil s,
drill rows cutitg nipperos and pliers, mitre stat res, comras a ,
sawse, pads, oil stones, draw knives, plane irs,,oiron and steel
squares, holnlow augers, dra ing screw tool,. Sheter's patent aNl
gem, cabinetmak,.rs' clastps, catetr gIou eIots. blow pines, &c
i A large a-isortnent of Planes, manufactsedbve A. & E.
Balwin-. New York.d-m

LLI MDIALT WHIS EY. --Hotel keers who wish
0to suaaply t cir customers rbth g odIrish Whiskey Punch,
would do wlIto cal at ,urroffice, s' her ,, e have et remaining a
few Puncheons oftheresy ,I4 B2it Whiskey, ahichwe will isl
on li end iems. M. LYNCH & GO. office,9ICedarsL,


Broadlway, is opent fr the reception oIf Pupils day and evenig,
i.... .- ..,ii .. .. .,,i.i.-.i r ,r,,. ,.. .. .,i. situalioanis in a an pe-
....i .... Commeria Arith-
elic., and Book-kIeeping. by double Entry, are taught upon the
mnstinoproveI systlntms, and in much less time that, is usually de-
voted to Ihat, purpose.
PENMANSHIP is taught upon an original and improved plan,
which has stood the test of time and experience, and received ihe
unquahfied app obat:nI of competent judges. It is founded uport
simpleand rational pri'eiples, mnd is capesle ofchanging the tnost
illegible' Hand Writing, and substituting an elegant and masterly
use of the ten.
BOOK-KEEPING as applied to inland and f-reign tradp, and
C ommn ereial A it i ... -Ii... .. i. .... .. ..t. .- 1 I..... 1 by
M merchants and t ..r --. ,1.,,...... I...... .'',--..I the
cualcilation oft'per ceittie, avsr.,ges, interest, &d., are particnu-
larly attended to, and thi most approved method ofarrangiog
I ... i tvwo complete use's of
Books, in w hils are cemb I nd ill irti sections that can possibly
ociur in business, and is qualifiecd to act as Book-koeperin the most
extensive mercantile establishments.
E3 Each iupil is taught individually, end notin classes. In-
struction, morning, afternoon and evening. Ladies can receive
leassins in Penntanship at their residence if r, quired.
0 Prospectrses may b had by rippling to Mr. Foster, at H'isr
class rooms, 183 Bioadway, overtoe Druggist Store. j25 tf
.1 J.STONE, PLUMBER & ENGINEER, 390 Broadway, con-
tinues to man fitleture his much approved patent sWater Closets,
whish are susahle either for dwellings or steomb.ats, and aresa-
perior to any hithertoin,'ented, olth for effectiveness and easinesse
nm heirnetion. Portable witer closets ofevery description.
CAUTI'oN.- Improved ForcePumnts.-J. S. takes this opportu-
pity of sntitnlg that ho is the original manufacturer ofthe above
Pnmps, and thst they are made ofthe best Brass and Bored Cylin-
t is,and not ofithin Copper tubes and soldle, to deceive the pub-
P.S -AsJ. S. manufitctres every articleIonhe premises, he isr
enabled toexrcuareth following description ofr'work cheaper t aoft
anyotherpersoo in the city, viz. Baihs, Water Closets, Poumps. &.
j24 tinm*
S T'OCKS.-A clioice assortment of Gentlemen's and Young
SMeon's Fancy and other Stocks oftho best materials and work-
mansatsp,just received by Mrs. KING, 141 Fulton street, which shw
is selling at reduced Prices, n 18-tf
gBOOTS AT.HALF PJRICE.-I have about three
h thousand pi.ios of ut ntlemans' Boots of different kinds onr
,i.i .i.l ;..: i. i. .' .. l"., ..... w illsellfor tie presen t
1 II.' I I|'...... .. .. h.,I ". double cal'-skin water
S..... 1,, .. i .. i: -nt kinds otfgentle-
Ir ut', elegani ..... i ..- '. to 3 50 per p air-
and sonleofl1" *7. i "i '" 75 ingle pair. Al
J . i ... I..
'Those wi live w rn my boots, kn w ithat ithey are, ansid wi
improve this opportunity for ewnal tIt niyay wtant. Don't mistaha
itie store, lor No. 228 is x ictly ovr ttie t door.
N. I All kinds of neis' coa rse bootsin, boys' t ots of dtifer-
(,, .I ;,, .,. I, ., ;f m ded c ratus.-
i ii. -. i r- .. Cani al iei'l,
., i,, ii i ,. I t 1 (i t th e blon c k.
L --C IAfi I 'U TrHOUir The eilh-
S .. ... ..... .' i i Cloti.
Silk ..." ........ "" i* ..... '"* f' "' .. fashionable
's.t.l .s. i i.^'. ",," .tharinest.
N b i .. .. .. .. I. I. -, ...'.. ..'. th e n ea test
and most f .-ihiohnleoistyle sl14-
L SOAP P'rIce 0 ces-. For. lauoiriftnb, hile complexion, re-
movi .- r F -suan burin, Ten. or les ming Eruptions, Chaps,
Sc. li nosit ogiailedis'i nt righines sot te Skin, pro
t., nt'i ieis Ih o tst fd oer ..t. lter .h exce lent quality for
", delightful'ti Cmo nd is comrosed
f.' H .. .... i ,,h I ,, r '.. .. .
anal itoppels P .
i2l 2W
atie ofthe ornicrol Lil)ertyand Wuhintgton streets lias oved
to F I stsr, et, No. 20, near th Bowery, ss li e bn his a Veterinary
In lirmary wi ith I its sidjuicts, including a tbfge for horse shoeing,
huere me work is done o the miot up roved scien'iti principles.
biy st er, st ady ano. obliging men. Hors',. lame firom corns or
otheraolioctioi aofth.infetwarrante, to soundnf fterweing,-hodiat
above. Hti h r..e shoes r.i:'eivod a remium at thu teo lut Fairst
of the Asmer ica Institte :
JAMES DRYSDALE, Veter:ntrySurgeon
Price ofShoei',g-For 4 removes, 871 ceints-4 shoes, 1. 75-ona
par harnhees, 81 75. j9-3m*
' B-oadway.-Su er Fr' ich Merinoat los; de. 1ss6d; Ger-
mn 9s ; bhis Enlsl 7s; Chally 3s 6d per iord; splendid Lustres
6o, 4-4 French Pnni se ; Et isish d-. t3 ;firrod Silks 6s ; plaints
to ferLinines 3o6d' Embroideries fall kinds ; Gloves Is, Is 6ed,
and *2por i air; with an extensive aasoitmennl of Hosiery, Rib-
lbons, &c. &c. j7-f

T HE Pioprietois hvte cone inded Iletir additional arrintements
A tbrthe i.. i ,. -,..... ",., ,. !cave Livvrm l i,
tliohe monlll ih i ..... ..., ., ersoLns eii.ous of
th t i t ,t i ..... s .. i ., ea ly .i i l. i:... doin
".ih .1 .. i .. .. i. a nd i .1. ..i .. ... A ll
ea. ;.- ..... ... .. d.i.

I[ ''1 .'1 ry Prvince, County and In-
5 -tid ,1 .. L. .

T V EqT 1r.L HT-IrD F .'. CET OF-

G reat nta I I, ..i V

Siui ip, i kline. ...' inie, tiu pi.usuge, ei ty iul lb e .reflun ed.' Those
i siiii ,to c in o or t i ...s- "I i a, .u '. i. Ii
S.. do pa .ets, sailingon the lst, othi
SI those persons gag 1' Iqges for
t.l..rh ,v.is to mt sw i n ....-.... a ,'-c I .. 0 en0u
is providto lebirt lr he ioage, drait 's i ." .r on .. .
namtd nerei, osale ags, o ee sst-
ancomilforwards gp0s-e cers to LiuoeposIv:,s
Oless.cDniel Co., 3 i R obin3hoei st, Glasgow.
Wilam U1 den uty, Dublin.
G. i& R. I ., Belmas i '
Bet n..* i. I '..r.igo, Wexferd.
S .. t D ogheda.
... ... .. iL .. i .io r .

'''' i'...'.... .... ,'.', t OSep"' r 'esidie g inthe cog s otry,
hp .r ,' ,,|..,, i ,,. ... For further partic ilars.
api ,. ,i *1'. I & 'M. lRRAY,
a am a corner of Pine and South it,.
an r wFOR AsGOOD HAT, and oneg warranted to
4Me w "lr .-nil .ie., it td.,,i, -o comhbii.inG beautygand
. l i. s Cox's, 23 Bowery, cast
e .... h i..,1 i .n,. ..r. nx nd

.a JAMES W. WEBB having rahen the tore for-
mprly' octcpied by WRIGHT & ROWE, droaodlny 'oreer
i rihis friend and tthepHblie
r..... with asplendid assort-ment
ofFur, Silk,andtBeaver hats; OtterandSeal Caps,andovery oth-
The Silk Hats are made en the finest fur bodies, hicih renders
therli iht, enstio, and durable, and warranted to"retaintheir shape
an l coo ,r until worn iat.
Tlhe public are invited to give him a call before purchasing else-
N. P.-Theohistock will he sold cheap forcash.
nil am JA.MES W. WEBB.4.6 Broadwa.-y,cor. Canal s. .
e BROWN & CO. Chatham Square, continue manufSac-
turing their celebrated Hats, p -ice THREE DOLLARS,
Os es ab'ishOed n 18J4.III Inprent ing ene rrI ate to the
pub ic, the praonietor 'Id.- k the ithave nearly reached the ultima-
tulm of beauty, durabhii y, cheapness and comfort to the wearer
Ail sales tor cash ; n good customer theo ,lore pays fie losses of
the bad. 178 Chatham SquaWre, corner of lstt street
rlTR EVA LL, STODDA & CO.,No. 4.
S Cortil.ndt treet- Beg to iniirm the itade, tha they levs
e removed froisi No Cortlandtst., to the above large and
o elegant, Now Sto,; where the hav e on hand, and am
eontantly receiving. frcsh suoniies of Hat led's Plush nid Trim.
mhiga-a so,fitnHtcy colored Plshes fui Ladies hBoi ret, whieh
Ithey will seton accommodating terisia.
*HATS,CAPS, STOCKS, and Stock Frames, at rehole tle.
sFRI t'.,h'r.".f Jr..r. f,-., ,-dfz'"ifi'l Aoyle.of

... .. i t.. .. -s. .. t...- t...t ... .- .,' .n otr es e stah-
aoehtirmo lokst b,,rt ,f.

p ur b 'F i owhe s t i so...... .. ....e. .

J. F. ARTEGUENAVE. 251 Taroadway,
j18 im* 2 doors below Pnals Mnuseuim.
i tur 0 thr O1 THE E YE.-Dr.iELLIOTT, Ocu-
I of the Anatomny arnd d osetes of the
JIuman eye, 0"' 0 i .. -.i -.. -reet.
Piurn 12 eaIrs .rti iy i eai,.... ..4 .. .'. .....i. reth
moat celebrate Oculists inm rope and America, with the boost
. ... ... u..... D r. B : asserts with
n.ir..s ... i i., .. *... i i.. r .I.:.- ous diseases ofthe
tphy a ti, Entropium and.
SPECTAC. E. -The patent, beautiful, transparent, inediun
is'11 iiculiar property of keeping the-
.'.,die and penrmanent ease. and
S o" t l, --'- ..i ..'. e without the necessity of change.
ti h 'renet v I 11 .r, G11. Patelnt Glasses, tosutit the par-
tiihuoar uhehkct.
Dr. E. beg to stato e that he attend to diseases of he ey, and
imperfection of vision only. Officehour from 11it t4 'clock.



i THEn WEcEKLY HSRALD will be published this
,lay at 1 o'clock. Persons who want to send copies
to country friends, can have them done up in wrap-
pers, at 61 cents per copy, at the office.
The Bank Investigation Stifled.
What i6 to be done? How will the people reach
the sources of evil? How are the rogues to be caught ?
Is there any probability of getting at the fact ? Can
the public robbers be come at ? Have the people no
rights? Are the banks to rule all? Have the privi-
leged class at last attained their object?
These are some of the inipassioned interrogatories
which are now, daily and hourly, put by mnan to man,
since the denouement of the famous juggle in the
House of Assembly at Albany, by which the Bank
Investigation has been defeated, and the rights of the
people violated by a bank ridden legislature.
The present legislature is a gross and daring insult
on a free government. Look at their prc.leeings, day
after day, in both houses. In the Seniuate., miserable
personal squabbles following each other like the riots
of the Five Points-in the Assembly juggle, juggle,
juggle, from the beginning to the end of each week.
There will not and never was intended to be a Bank
Investigation. It is the belief of the legislature that
-the' recent outrages of the banks upon the laws
and institutions-and in producing the pressure itself,
for the very purpose of profiting by it, are only their
legitimate and legal rights. The usurious practices of
last summer-the high rates of interest and exchange-
the pressure on the merchant, mechanic and laborer,
are now settled by the House of Assemnbly to be just,
right, proper, merciful and upright.
What is the use of tle legislature meeting at all ?
Why not give the whole power of legislation to the
Bank Directors openly and above board, as they al-
ready have it secretly"? Every right of the people is
violently and shamelessly trampled upon by this bank
The weakness and want of nerve of the merchants
and mechanics last month,, are now properly requited.
In the very midst of the recent pressure, and while the
banks were grinding out their very souls, they did not
dare to come out openly and seize the mad bull by
-the horns. They sneakingly run into every covert
and shade. We give the banks great credit for their
daring, their effrontery, their boldnessand skill. Such
qualities in a good cause would entitle them to theho-
nor of a triumph. In-the present cause they merit,
justly, damnation here and hereafter.
We trust, as they have got the complete upper hand
in the legislature, that they will now squeeze the last
drop of the blood out of the cowardly merchants and
mechanics. Do not be afraid, ye cashiers, presidents,
and directors!, Ye have got the mastery in Lociety !
We must all submit to the Phenix, Manhattan, State
and Mechanics' Banks, as poor Ackley submitted to
the rope at Bellevue. There are n. Dick Robinson's
among the poor. devils, called the people, to cheat the
gallows and slip through the forms of law.
Seriously, however, we are much mistaken, if the
present outrageous conduct of the legislature in Alba-
Ssy, in refusing an honest Bank Investigation, will not
xouse a spirit that will revolutionize not only this city,
but this state-yea, even this nation. We are on the
eve of g eat events. The people will not submit any
longer to be trampled spon, ridiculed, defeated, and
outraged. Why are not public meetings called? Both
parties are alike-both whligs and democrats in the le-
gislature, united in the perpetration of the gross out-
rage. Let us have a revolution at once. Be moving
-be moving.
know tillwe were told the other day, by one of the
naenmbers of the late Grand Jury, that Mr. District
Attorney Phcenix did actually, and with bonafide in-
tentions, present them with anindictment tobefound
againstus at their last sittings. When the matter
-was presented, some of the Grand Jurors smiled.-
They, however, took it up, read the affidavits made by
h, hamnx, and others, and then very coolly took a vote
and threw him and his indictment overboard, as a
fisherman at the Banks would tainted cod fish.
It appears that this profound indictment was foun-
ded on some remarks which we had made in the
Herald on this official-probably the atrocious enor-
mnity of saying that he drew his precedents in practice
from a certain Mr. District Attorney Dogberry, of the
reign of Queen Elizabeth. Be that as it may, Mr.
District Attorney Phcenix did not succeed in either
of his objects-he was not even so successful -,u -
prototype on Leonato. N
The whole conduct of this-gentleman in relation
to this and other matters, is so unprecedented, that
in a few days we propose to take it up cooly, and
shew that Mr. District Attorney Phoenix is utterly
unfit for the situation he fills, on the score of temper
-on the score of competency-on the score of legal
information-and in many other -cores which have
n-ot, and never will be liquidated to thesatisfaction of
all and every human being. The great complaints
which have been heard of late concerning the admi-
nistration of criminal justice in this city, arises not
altogether from the court or the judges. It springs
partly from another source. In point of legal
knowledged, Recorder Riker is without a superior in
the country. He has also a great deal of judgment
and sound discretion in his general conduct as a
judge, notwithstanding all that is said against him.-
The evils which have of late Lkrought forth the ridi-
cule of the whole country on the administration of
justice in New York, arises from an incompetent Dis-
trict Attorney, who permits his own personal pas-
sions to regulate his official conduct.
The mode of selecting jurors by the employees of
the Sheriff is also beginning to create deep indigna-
'ltion and astonishment in the minds of the communi-
ty. On another day we shall enter into a full inves-
tigation of the subject, and shall put some sharp ques-
tions both to the District Attorney and certain un-
der Sheriffs. We mean to probe the whole evil to
the bottom.
Sought by all means to be called in by the piouspatrons
: of Maria Monk, and make a thorough medical exam-
ination 'of her interesting case.. The Doctor would be
delighted with such a piece of business. Any thing
wonderful or extraordinary in thie medico-religious
"world always brings forth his genius in its greatest
refulgence. Maria Monk is beginning to be the Jo-
Janna Southcott of the age, and improperly taken care
of, may at last give birth to a babe that will forever
Sput down Popery and the Pope. Doctor Rogers has
examined Joice Heth-he looks narrowly into every
oddity or ltuses-natur, from the calf with three
heads and pix tails to the College and Hospital with
three vacant offices and a tail of $5,000 salary. He is
...our favorite savan in medicine, physiology, anatomy,
surgeryy, and humbuggery. Poor Ackley is already
..cut up in pound pieces, and will soon be askeleten.
Let us have an examination. of Maria Monk by all
rueans. We are impatient to know whether or not
-we are to have a christening and caudle. Lick your
JIps, yo matrons. a
f. No Express Mail last night.

the new Catholic Church in James street, will be
opened, and solemnly dedicated to Heaven and the
Holy Apostle St. James, by the Right Rev'd. Bishop
This church is to be called St. James' Church, in
compliment to St. James, the holy apostle, ofwhoml
take all my piety, religion, and amiableness. The
ceremonies on this occasion, will be more splendid
than any ever got up in this city. How do I pity the
bald, bad taste of barren Presbyterianism In the
morning, high mass will be celebrated, a ceremony of
religion which resembles thle ancient classical rites of
Greece and Rome, when they offered up sacrifices to
Apollo or to Mercury. St. James the Apostle was a
wise and amiable saint, and so is his namesake, I.
At half past ten the service will begin-the Bishop
will be in full dress-the priests elegantly decorated,
and the whole audience full of piety and beauty. All
the pretty women of New York arec going tomorrow
-tickets one dollar each, the proceeds to defray the
expense of the building, and the balance to feed the
hungry and clothe the naked. The music, of the old
Italian style, will le superb-surpassing any of the
nusic heard in any oilicr church or theatre of the1
present day. We, Catholics, are the only sect tliat
have genuine taste in music, painting, or elegance of
In the afternoon, Vespers will begin at three o'clock,
and the Rev. Mr. Mr. Byrne will preach afterwards.
We trust that all Protestants will go and hear and
see this celebration. The magnificent remains of the,
ancient classical religions of Rome and Greece, are
only to be found in the ceremonies of the Catholic
Church. Some of these forms are exactly the same
in which Plato, Demosthenes, Theocritus, Virgil, and
the ancients, mixed. We have indeed added to it the
teuc spirit of Chritlianity, and of late have thrown
over it the hue of modern philosophy and fine taste-
all of which improvements siake the Catholic church
service thlie most complete and fit-" hed that ever was
invented. Setting aside some of the dogmas of the
church, and dismissing one or two old women, (in-
cluding mn the latter Biishop Dubois and the Pope,) the
Catholic church alo-e possesses the tone and ta-ste of
elevated civilization. When we shall have a pope of
our own in this country, we shall be complete. Reli-
gion must be supported and all greasy infidels put
down Infidelity is only another name for vulgarity.
Sweet are the uses of true religion-indeed any religion
is better than none. Sela l!
be given tonight, on this charlatan science, by Mr.
Dunkin, at the Lyceum of Natural History. Among
others, we observe that Doctor Francis and Editor
Charles King recommend this precious piece of non-
sense to the consideration of the public.
We are astonished to see men of sense put them-
selves forward in such a ridiculous position as that of
fathering and believing the gross delusion of the sci-
ence of Phrenology. This is indeed an age of light
and science, but if we travel, for one moment, from
the rigid path of induction, we shall not only find
ourselves in error, but covered with ridicule arid con-
tempt. Phrenology has about as much pretensions
to science, as ancient Alchemy, Astrology,.or Demon-
ology. Phrenology bears the same relation to Men-
tal Philosophy or Physiology, as Alchemy does to
Chemistry, or A-trology to Astronomy. The ancient
Alchemists undertook to explain and discover the se-
cret of life-the power of existence-the nature of
matter. Is it not a shame that men who patronized
Geology-a true science-a few days ago, should up-
hold this humbug in the same place? Chemistry has
brushed aside all these ridiculous hopes, expectations,
and theories, and has settled some of the principles of
matter on the basis of induction.
Astrology had a similar false direction. It was a
vain attempt to discover the influence of the stars on
the human mind, and thevarious theories which grew
out of that nonsense have filled libraries. Astronomy
has, like Chemistry, reached an exactitude that pro-
duces conviction, and truly influences the human
mind and human character, but in a way altogether
different from that attributed to Astrology or Al-
Phrenology is precisely similar to these ancient
humba-gs. It pretends to reach its results by induc-
tion, and so did Alchemy and Astrology-but all are
alike the gross delusions of weak minds, without a
particle of true philosophy or superior intelligence.-
Phrenology, Astrology, and Alchemy are the reveries
ofblockheads. Astronomy, Chemistry, Physiology,
Metaphysics, are true science, based on natural prin-
ciples, 'and operating on the mind of the world in a
natural way.
E) EVERGLADES OF FLORIDA.-We have referred to the
Everglades as a possible arena for the war before the
present contention is over. This seems to be indeed
probable, unless some effectual mode of capturing the
Indians be adopted before they resort to the South.
As some misapprehension seems to prevail regard-
"ng the topography of the Everglades, allow us to
state, from the authority of some who have passed
through them, that they, like other sources of the St.
Johns and Oclawaha, are of a character nearly flat.
The inequalities in level are so gentle that a period of
rainy weather soon converts what is called a prairie
into a lake, which appearance it retains until the wa-
ters drain ofl, and draining is a slow process in a flat
It is curious to observe what mistakes occur in in-
terpreting the various statements of travellers whose
descriptions are founded upon the variable state of the
weather. A traveller being at a prairie in wet weather,
would call it a lake-another traveller being there in
dry weather, would call it a prairie. Yet it is evident
that they would be both right in their description, al-
though apparently contradictory.
A signal instance of these misconceptions has re-
cently appeared in the blundering Gazette, where dif-
ferent Floridians are represented to describe the Ever-
glades-some as more and some as less overflowed-
and some that they consist of little islands. Now, all
these characters belong to the Everglades, just as it
may happen to be dry or wet weather. But in a mili-
tary point of view, mnovemtents can be made upon
them most extensively in batteaus, because they draw
but a few inches water, and could move to convenient
landing places, whilst boats would be necessarily con-
fined to the deeper water, and remote from dry land-
Boats might be good auxiliaries, but batteaus indis-
Our recommendation that government should offer
a thousand dollars a head for capturing the Indians is
best, and it is to be hoped that it may be acted on be-
fore the season escapes. It will allay further Courta
of Enquiry, which are only Courts of Humbug.

THE MOUNTAIN IN LABOR.-The Military Court of
Enquiry have decided "that the Florida Campaign
failed, in consequence of causes over which the gen-
erals had no control." Certainly-two great big
causes. One was Oceola, the other Jumper.

TnA'Sa TO BE sEEN.-Call and see the paintings at
No. 18 Courtland street, to be sold tonight-in all, 100
pieces of humbug. Be sure to pay six times what
they are worth and prove your fine taste by finer
foolery. -

Pittsford, Mfonroe Co., N. Y. Jan. 20, 1837.
JAMES G. BEn NsETr, Eso.-
My dear Sir,-I have some friends residing in the
city, from whom I receive occasionally one of your
most excellent papers, the WEEKLY HERALD for the
country. In the last that came to hand I had the
pleasure of perusing your very able remarks on Abo-
lition, which were brought forward by Dr. Chan-
ning's letter on that subject.
As this place is suffering at this time under the curse
of an abolition lecturer, I wish you would take up the
subject again, as I believe you are acquainted with
facts that will enable you to handle the this in the
best possible manner ; do give us a little more of your
sound common sense, which is the basis of all your
powerful reasoning. You say Dr. Channing is one
of the most original and gifted men of the present
generation; so is friend Bennett. Who has exhibited
more originality, more independence, and more com-
mon o sense than you have, in every branch in which
you have wielied tihe pen ? You say, who can meet
hi oiln his own level ?" Yoa can meet hlinn! and it
is to you that we look for intellectual help to stop
the fanatics in their course to sever the Union.
Your independent Herald is what we have long
wanted, and lhe independent course you have taken
on all public alhairs, is deserving the everlasting grat-
itude of ain enlightened public.
Enclosed is live dollars; yon will consider rme a
subscriber to your Weekly Herald from the l't nuiu-
ber-plh ase foitard back numbers.
All that is required to make your paper mhe only
one desired in the country is, that the people know
of its existence. I find wherever it is known, it is ta-
ken in th., place of thc Mirror, New Yorker, and in
fact, all the leading journals of the day.
Yours, U. D. B."'
Re.t laKs.--Wehavie:ot forgotten the subject of Ab-
olition. We are daily turnnlug it in our mind, as we
walk Broadway to sec the lovely ladies, (God bless
them,) or penetrate Wall street to discover the rogue-
ries of the Banks, (weary fa' them.) We happen to
have a personal knowledge of Dr. Channing, having
lived in the same house with him for several weeks.
He is a eood man, but he is ultogetllier mistaken in
his views of Abolition. We trust we can place the
subject of Negmro Slavery in a light that has never yet
been soen since the discussion began. We disa-
vow and contend all the reasoning and modes of
opposition which the Courier & Enquirer, and such
brutal and ignorant charlatans have hithertotpreached
up and even advanced. We shall go to the very root,
germ, and heart of the subject. We shall support our
views too, by the purest religion, the deepest philoso-
phy, an-I the most unimpeachable principles of com-
mon good sense combined. Dr. Channing's ideas of
religion, philosophy, and the liberty of the press are
partly right. He errs in Abolition because he does
not correct his intellectual theories by facts, and so-
ber induction-the common result of good sense.-
The brutal and mob-inspiring opposition to the fana-
tics in the North have given them strength and inte-
grity of action. There is no idea more preposterous
and false than the equality and liberty of the black
and white races in one and the same community, un-
less the purpose is to mix the breeds and Colonel-
Dick-Johnson all the present races and colours of
mankind. We have lived in the South, we have lived
in Europe, vie have lived in the North, and we can
speak from a general experience of nmiankind.
MISERABi.Es.-Bryant and Leggett, the two poets
and politicians, appear to havetaken a particular aver-
sion to the name of Jackson of late, even if the vene-
rable prefaceof Daniel is to it.
These two poets and poetasters have too longimpo-
sed their miserable twaddle upon the public for sound
principles and superior knowledge. After a great deal
of noise against banks, it seems the whole of the ve-
nomn of this irritabile genus settles down at last on
one individual, and that person Daniel Jackson. If
therc were any thing in the life or conduct of Mr. Jack-
son to warrant such violations, it might be excusable,
but these men appear to go out of their way to as-
sail him.
Yet we consider Mr. Daniel Jackson is even fortu-
nate in the temper they show towards him. He has
not yet suffered the calamity of their praise or their
poetry. It is probable they reserve that for some
great gala occasion. We shall see.
The Sux of yesterday publishes 50 cents
worth in defencee of W. K. Hoyt's motives in his re-
cent movements in this city, ascribing it to the offi-
cers of the Seamstresses' Benevolent Society. We
pronounce this ascription a forgery. We have seen,
on several late occasions, the very worthy ladies of
this Society, and they never took the trouble to men-
tion Hoyt's infamous name to us.
The movements of this imnpudent religious impostor
since his advent from Montreal to this city, have not
been fully written. We shall do the work some day
next week, and embalm Hoyt for future ages, in a
bunch of the same kind of spices with which the
Egyptians formerly embalmed their jugglers and
A-I.DERMAN EERBEN has not yet disavowed the
slander upoul the married society of New York, which
he was the means of making public. We cannot wait
too long. Do it he must.
THE LATE JUDGE HOFFMAN.-By permission of
the family of this lamented gentleman, a splendid
cast has been obtained by Ottaviano Gori, sculptor,
of 646 Broadway. Knowing the worth of tihe late
worthy Judge, and the large circle of .friends of the
family, also the members of the bar, we have no
doubt but they will look upon this production as a
gift worthy to adorn either the cabinet or office.
Would it not be well to obtain a statue of this gentle-
man, as Gori is certainly competent to do it justice ?
The busts will be in readiness in a short time.
9_. The Napoleon Cadels' Ball passed off very
merrily and prettily. Ladies very beautiful and joy-
3- Who can give us the particulars of a curious
affair of the heart which has taken place among some
members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Bed-
ford st:ect? Shall we send our reporter out to dis-
cover? or have we all we want already?
r Professor Olmstead of New Haven, intends to
give a theoryof the late phenomenon seen in the hea-
vens. On the night of the aurora, he lost his wig ga-
zing up at the sky.
fl Young ladies, allow no person who uses to-
bacco in any way, to come within a foot of your rosy
lips. The rosebud must not be contaminated.
3, Speculators are beginning to pick up all the
houses to be let, and thus to corner the public. Trip
them up.
3 Santa Anna is expected here in a day or two.
He is worth $5000 to any manager who can get him
on the stage.
3 What makes Major Noah so savageon John
Targee? Gratitude. John set him up in business
twice. Gratitude.
r Editor Noah, editor Noah, don't be so severe
on our friend editor Webb. Is it not enough to make
poor Webb lose his senses and his temper to pay
away so much good money for a Special Express-
Special humbug. He had better have taken tihe cash
and settled his differences with Mr. Lynch. Debts of
honsur before debts ofhumbug.

_II 1

Splendid BallIi Stiuyvesant Place. in The Bowery Theatre.will be closed this eve-
There is such a vertex of pleasures-such a whirl- ning in order to rehearse and make preparation for
pool of delight in this, our good city, that we scarcely
awake from one sceneof enchantment ere we are themagnificent spectacle of "Hernan, or the Fatal
plumped in another. Pleasure goes on with steam Oath," which will be produced on Monday in a style
power rapidity. We have scarcely breathing time of splendour seldom or ever equalled. So says Din-
from one surfeit, ere-presto! we are again in an- neford. Go and see it.
other-in medias res.
Vanish every thing plebeian-rise before us all that Dolbear's Science of Practical Penmanship.-
is aristocratic-all that's great-bathe our eyes in rose Instead of adopting the loni received opinion, that
water-steep our pen in perfumes, that we may do 'writing comes by nature,' tme authors of this work
something of justice to the fashionable loves that have thoroughly investigated the subject and clearly
have been wafted before our eyes like vision- of the shown that pennlanship is as reduci'blo to a science,
blessed. as any other branch of education. The system is
Do you love the fashionable quarter, reader? Do calculated to supersede all others that have been pub-
yeo love to see theperfection ofrefinemnent in woman? listed ; in fact, it is the only one adapted to the use of
Do you love to see charms most chaining heighten- schools as a Text Book. It is arranged on the in-
ed, and set off'to the highest advantage, by pure taste ductive plan, leading the learner step by step from the
and refined judgment? Do you love, (then, if you do simplest principles to a finished style of free and ra-
not love th.s,) a supper table where a combination of pid writing. Particular rules are given for removing
delicacies are heaped before you, and after satisfying all bad habits in the writing of adults, such as cramp-
one appetite, furnish you with another, in order to de- ing and trembling of the hand, still and awkward let-
vour over them. Oh il! oysters and pretty women!- ters, &c. Every teacher and bad writer will do well
what charm have ye for hungry, heart- ick manr! to procure a copy. For sale by C. Sliephard, 1I9
We will show our taste, we will drop in at 10 o'- Bioadway.-Eve. S!ar.
clock-we shall then have a display-grand and per-
fect. Me. Vax ANl:uatnH's BEnI. r T AT THE ZOOLOGICAL
That elegant gentleman who is receiving his guests IaSTrriU-.-We are i ra iiied to perceive that the
with so griacful all airis Mr. C., a worthy son-in-law Managers of the Zoological Iniltu e havx surrender-
of N. C. S. Beside him is an in ,.1 -l. -nt cour- ed the whol of its receipts on Mondav next, for the1
icous, polished crealuro- round ........ t1, a cir- benefit of Mr. Van Atiburtgh, the cekl.brated and de-
cli oflaiiionds, flashes in vivid brightness, and pure served keeper of thlie lions. lie lias provided unusual
ii iigination cnrobes like the gossamer veil- thrown and truly interesting exhibitions for tile occasion
carelessly over a seraph from the sky. Ye dry goods and will doubtless be patron zed by many thousands
stores, eain ye furnish such goods to woman ? of our citizens and their families. At twelve, four.
Ilarki! tl it is Kcndall's uand that breatncs such eight, and nine o'clock, lie lakes a child and a young
eloquent iMusic. lanmb with him into the den of the lions, and thrusts
Gentlemen, take your partners for a cotillion," his naked arm bathed in newly drawn blood, into
saidan I t .,.i .... Adonis. these terrific creature's mouths. No oiliher man has
"','h .. I. ever attempted this extraordinary exploit, although
An officer-ratiher more au fait at commanding his his wonderful conunand over these wild beasts, ena-
regiment than giving orders for sylphs to loot it. bhies him to do it willth stifely. The grand phosphoric
low would that sonorous voice be in its native ele- ilinmination, which fills all the animals with terror,
mnent, in giving the word to charge the enety. will be extretiely sublime. Mr. Van Amiburgh is a
He subdues i iin the present charge-a more dan- native of New York, who has been five years devoted
gerous one than the other. The cupids, sitting ill the to the study of these animals, and he is a very gen-
eyes of the loves arrayed in martial order before the lemanily and deserving young man. We arc sure
S ,,I I.. all bount their bows, and wvithi the first the public will remember his benefit on Monday. We
i, .- ..i 1. on the wings of lightning, their ar- understand that Mlessrs. Wills and Dodworihf, ile
.. ii ,lstfixed in tany a heartagainst which leId, dr and directors of the ANational '.rass Bland,
there is no guard. have very handsomely volunteered their assistance
Share p shooters be merciful, and wound to iheal. oin lie e occasion, and that they will be in attendance
Is not this a scene tof fairy-like enchanitmintl? throughout the day, and will play a variety of popu-
Dues not your pulse quicken; and your heart throb lur airs in the Howdah, on the elephant's back in the
with conscious pride, at this galaxy of beauty in your evening, at half past 7 precisely.
fiir cou;ryvwoincn? Look at the sparkling eyes,
the dimplt'd cheeks, the swan-like motion, tie ab- Co niox PES-Lt er i.-T
settco of all ahietation they display-New York wo- o n t ve suof$
an action of assumpsit to recover the sum of 8195tpaid
men against the world!, a New Yo
By Juno, Venus, and all the divinities, I am trans-by a or agent of Mr. Ludlo who was at the
June. uitnne in Mobile, to the defendant for rent of premises
With what?" hired by Mr. Ludlow of him, at Yorkville.
"An eyetwo eyes-anse-amouth-lips eck There was nothing singular in thisase except the
-bust-form-an imaginative being of the mind, toseof one of thecurious specimens oforatory whatever
tho mind's astonishment brought into existence--a one ofte most curious specimens of oratory whatever
t m 'sastomshmentbrughtinth se -afell under our observation. He commenced thus:-
living, breathing form, that shames a Phidias, puts a "Gentlemen of the Jury, we often find, in travelling
Proxitilees to the blush, and makes this place a Pa- over the vast and ar ins of ric, a green oasis t
radise, to which all others, conceivable or inconceiva- refresh the weary traveller-such may be said to
ble grow pale-worthless-wishless. Who is she? have been the spot hired by Mr. Ludlow at Yorkville
A goddess, from your description." --a green spot of glorious spring-of ever vivifying
"She is-bue what is her earthly appellation? v erdure. In this strain he wventon for above twenty
What name is honored, immortalised, eanonised, by minutes, stringing quotations in bunches, like onions,
being coupled with such a divinity ?." and concluded by declaring there might be some cir-
"AShe I blindbel What taste r! That ehastel white cumstance in the case of a redeeming character-ftr
book muslin, price 85 per yard, and white satin bo- tFull ma y a flower is horn to blow ui seen,
Arui d w~ tc it xssw eetness on the desert sir."
dice, emblem of her own matchless purity! A low, Gentlemen, this is an action of assumpsit!" The
tight corsage-short sleeves, turned up with rouleaus. transition was electrical. The Judge smiled-the
But the soul-the soul-tlhe soul! The shape-the Jury looked nonplussed-the opposing counsel stared
shape-the shape. -and several very pretty women who were in Court
"Were you everin a madhouse?" -were thrown into extacies. "Oh, what a sweet man."
"No; but I belive I soon shall be, and enamored "Wonder who he is?" "Did you ever hear any thing
of lunacy." Look! she has ,A ornaments; pearls like it?" "Do tell!"
would seem dark upon her neck, and by her eyes dia- by the bye, thesepretty dears will be in Court again
monds would 'pale their ineffectual fires.' Mo nday, when cas is aing on in which there
To be sure-the mason a visionary spark, and the will be "nuts to crack."
su a puny taper." The plaintiff was nonsuited.
"What next! "
"Dont joke, if you love me. Look at that rose SPEcIAL SEesmsos-Before his honor the Recorder
modestly peeping from her beautiful hair. 0- AldeC R an Whieh
"Thkat you were that bouquet-pe-or half so sweet." su-On the opening of the court, the following prisoners
Lok at that bouquet--peerless-Japonias sur- wore put upon their trials, viz:
round"Its ifectious, isfl't it"er. Jehn Nauhton, charged with stealing from ,Mr..
"Itis-ectious, is." James Samith, No. 9 Murray street, a lion skin over
Steeped in the foana ofa rabid dog. I must Ieave cohn earnestlyt.assured his honor that the police
o, Who i n s me." officer had taken the wrong person, and let the real
i woman.' thief escape. His story, however, did riot gain ere--
akeov e to her ster, will take her place. Sentenced to the Penitentiaryat Blackwell's Island,.
But walk throegh the rooms, for though to hard labor for six mi'nths, and to get out stone
But walk through the rooms, for t James Borown, charged with stealing a quantity of
l' onti nte' yourswai amlr a crow," old iron, from a junk shop in Water street.
Yet they maysomnewwhat cool your fervor Do you Sentenced to thePenitenary at Blackwell's Island
see that laughing, rosy cheeked girl? It is Miss to hard labor for three months and to get out stoie.
K- whose name andlattributes lave been wafted John Carter, black, charged with an assault and
over the blue waters of the -tideless sea-the Mediter- battery on his wife.
ranean. A gallant son of the Navy, it is said, has in- Mrs. Carter testified to her husband's ill usage, and
duced her heart to surrender. Uncle Sam never in while giving her evidence was frequently interrupted
his life awarded such a prize to any son of Neptune. by John, who kept exclaiming, "my dear wife!"
That lovely, modest, unassuming spring flower, is Oh, how can you say so ? "You know I lub you
Miss C- a cousin of our host. At her birth the Rose."
Graces attended and vowed her their representative. ,Whecn asked by the clerk what he had to say, John,
Her complexion is alabaster-her eyes blue-her smile leo his hand upon his breast, declared, "I lub my
bewitching. Her ocrison satin boddice emblems the Ife" iearlythat Ido! and affirmed, if he was only
roses, and her corsage, spotted gauze de Syria, the let off he would treat her in the kindestmanner-
lilies that sit enthroned on her countenance. "To corn cot, hominy,. anid eberyting nice."
Pass on-the lovely Miss N- of Leroy place- But the Recorder did not seem to set any great va-
see what admiration she attracts. lueon John's proestations, and sentece him to
There is Mrs. F- the pride ofBond street, known the Penitentiary at Blackwell's Island, to hard labor
as the "bride." See with what fond admiration her for fo'te months, and to get out stone.
estimable mother looks upon her representative. Francis'Darian, also had committed an assault
Here is a young couple, M. and Mrs. K- too and battery upon his wife.
much engrossed in their own happiness to think of According to herevidence, he struck her and knock-
any other's. Mrs. VW- and a whole host of the ed her down, and when her daughter, a girl of eleven
S-- family. years of age, cried at seeing her mother so treated,
Now let us turn to the gentlemen who are permit- the brute struck and kicked the child.
ted to enter this paradise. See a detatchnient from Prisoner-"It's all ahum, Mr. Judge; she keeps a
St. Mark's place-the T.'s, the M.'s of twv families, parcel of bad wamen about her. She's got one-with
the G.'s, the L.'s, &c. &e. &c. The State Bank is her now ; and she cries watch and murder to get me
well represented here-the worty Cashier, the gentle- taken up."
manly Notary, the resigned Director. Here are Dry Recorder-"Well, you'll be taken down now to
Good Merchants-New Brighton speculators-and the Penitontiary at Blackwell's Island, and there put
Morris Canalrepresentatives. No wonderthat stocks to hard labor orfo six months, and to get out stone-
rose in Wall street on Saturday, last, precisely at 11 that is the judgement of the court."
o'clock. Cha/les Wilkinson Davis, charged with stealing a,
"A needless wonder." fur cap of the value of 84, the property of Mr. Archer,
Quite so-but I see your eye wandering after the of Greensoich street.
belle of the room. Bless me, how hot your pulse is This prisoner was discharged by the Recorder last
Come along, you are in a fever! I will walk you to week, on a charge ofstealing a coat, with an admo-
the battery-it is snowing, and if your passion is not nition to "lead a good life," and the very same night
cooled by this infliction, try the Hudson or East river he stole the cap in question.
-that will effect the consummation. Sentenced to the Penitentiary at Blackwell's Island,
A reporter of a splendid ball, given last Friday, fal- to lard labor for six months and to getout stone.
ling in love! VWho ever heard ofsach a thing / Jeremiah Frost-charged with an assault and bat-
tery on Iliz wife.
PUFrING AND PRAISING.-Soinebody calling him- This prisoner was another of those cowardly brutes
self X, probably an X candlesnuffer, begs us to blow who torment and ill treat the unfortunate mother of
up Mr. Manager Simpson, for some unmentionable their children. Jeremniah took matters as coolly as-
offe~nce aort Miss Cowan. yand by. behis mamo sake Jack Frost might be supposed to do. A_
offence about Miss Cowan. By and by. witness confirmed his wife's statement and the fact
SLEIGImuNG.-We have not heard ofea single accident of his having dreadfully ill-used her and broken three
accruing front this pleasant pastime, here, but our of her ribs; and to his having driven her half naked
into the street !
neighbors of Philadelphia are either more unfortunate Prisoner.-"I think, Judge, there is'nt a broken
er not so skilful. We learn from the Enquirer, that a rib abeut her!"
sleigh, freighted with a party of ladies and gentlemen, Recorder.-" This old lady, the witness, says there
was apset at the corner of Arch and Fourth streets, is. i
on Monday night, by which one of the gentlemen had haps." The old lady st a dtoper-
a leg broken, and a lady was seriously injured, Also, Sentenced to Penitentiary, Blackwell's Island, to
a sleigh was upset in Chesnut street on Tuesday, and hard labour for six months, and to get out stone.
the passengers spread in the snow. The prisoner left the dock muttenng vengeance.-
His wife, poor woman, who has five children, appear-
ConotEn' INQUEST.-Jlustice Palmer held an in ed to be worn down with sorrow, and carried with
quest yesterday, on the body of Lawrence Caddy, hierthe co nmisheration of the whole court.
who, when at work, atThrogg's Point, digging under household linen-towels, &c., the property of Mrs.
a bank, was so severely injured by its cavingin asto Stratton.
cause his death in a few hours. The jury returned a Sentenced to Penilentiary, Blackwell's Island, te
verdict of accidental death, hard labor for 6 months and to pick oakum.
Joseph Vandervere, charged with stealing a barrel
PosT MORTEM EXAMINATION.-An examination of sugar, value 822, the propertyof AnaniusPlatt.
was effected yesterday, on the body of Jane Ander- Senitenced to Penitentiary, Blackwell's Island, to
son, who, a few days ago, died suddenly, and was hard labor for 6 mniths and to get out stone.
b J & i iJo/n ltenry alias Charles Reed, &c. &c., charged
buried with stealing a quantity of clothes from 42 Mulberry
Some rumors got~afloat that the deceased, wholived street, the property of Mrs. Ann Craig.
with a man of the name of Henry Sutton, in Varick Sentenced as above.
street, had not come fairly to her death. To set thle Matethe orreison, charged with stealing a coat
matter at rest, this examination was held, and Dr. street
Rogers pronounced her death natural, and to have The prisoner pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to
been caused by a suffusion of blood on the brain, thme Penitentiary, Blackwell's Island, to hard laberfor
4 months, and to get out stone.
(13 Ma. BaisTOw.-Let all bad writers look at his Joh/in Grig, charged with an assault and battery on
advertisement, jt i1 Mr. McKay, and breaking his windows.

The Recorder asked the prosecutor "if he was will-
ing, the breaking of the windows appearing to be
quite an accident, to have the Court suspend judg-
MJ. McKay-"" Sartainly, provided he keeps aisy 1"
The prisoner was, on this condition, discharged.
Mrs. De Lux, charged with stealing a lire rap the
property of Mr. John Grant of No, I I' \\ ll.ii
How this charge ever was enabled to make its way
into the Sessions Court is to u its honltloiaible; for a
more paltry, unsustained, and ridiculous accusaion
never came to our knowledge.
The prosecutor is a teaiont of -Mrs. Dro Iux, antd is
indebted io her at this lrssl tlittime iiween $37 and
$38 arrears of his last quarters rent. He pays 81050
per annum for thi storo hio rlltsi of iher. According
to Mr. Grant's lstatoinnt, whichiT was a piecr' ofequi-
vocatiofromrn I ,..'....I.. ,il. Mrs. De Lux came
into his store ,-.I ,'.. *'. respecting some as-
persions he has cast uipoti ler character, and while
there, took this vailuahle 81 cap and put it into her
reticule. He charter liher witlhI dealing it-when she
took the cap itli, aind in a passion tore it to pieces.
Mr. Traey, another tlaiint of Mrs. De Lux was
called to orro ortite lthis statement.
For lthe tdefin'e, Mr. O'Connor called six or eight
of our most rcsp)ectaile inerchanits, who testified to
their knowledge ofl Mrs. De Lux for thirty yea.is--to
her being a wolntan of large property, and to their full
confidence o of le .,. i ,, it. ,. I,' of her coitmiit-
ting such a paltrVy ,, r. I i ... ,,I immediatelyl y stay-
ed further proceedings and declared Mrs. De Lux
fully exo.irated from the .ih-lre
Minor uasesa wr:e then .,-,' ..'l ot; and the court


WTall Streeo, Saturdray, Jan. 25.
Wall street was thrown into comrnoion yesterday morning by
the appearance of theSergeant-at-Ar s of tlieHouscof Represen-
tatives, with a hat full ofsubpelaiis to the Presidents and Casihiers
ofthe dozen Government Eatik. The Manhattan, the Plicenix,
tie Mechanics, tIh Stute, the Union, the Bank of Amer ca, and
several other banks are in.cltudtd hi the suinm1is.h.
This citation comes tfroin ie Iovesti;gating Ulomilie, of which
Messrs. Wise and Peyton are members. The ( bject of htis invis-
tigation i5 to ascert.iii the exact relations which exi t b Itweon lthe
government ai-d the obanks- the conineetiin of'Reuben M. Whitnary
with thiem-and tile peculinr condition Cf Ihe whole i:tbrogio onf
banks, government, agents and cvery thing the:con depending.-
So filr as the invesugatio, is intenedd to show tile influence of
Whitney,or his salary, or his agency, wr; conceiuet to bu a matter
ofv'ly little importance ui'hetler the i:evestigationi goes on or not.
But if the rommitt.e have ense enough to ascertai ihe exact
truth and fact from the cashiers anl presidents of thile government
hanke in Wall street, in relation toe the late pressure-the high rates
of interest sand exchanges-the contractions and curtail iuents-the
payment of treise ry drafrs-the carting ab jut of specie-ilhe gone.
ral diao:doerof the currency, produced by the deposit and distribu-
tion laws, then we .co say, that the committee may throw some
light on the subject-may be ahl; to fling high upon the political
horizon a very splendid Aurora Borealis that will stare loathe
rogues of party throughout the country, and satisfy them that the
day ofjudgment, in their case, at least, is just at hand.
'We learn that today and next Monday, large lots of cashiers
will start for Wash'ngton.
.Thus proceeds the investigation in Congress-but t' at in Albany
s now considered effectually stifled.
Yesterday some few stocks took a slight rally, but it was gener-
ally very weak. The general impression still is, that stocks willI
advance before summer to very hlgh rates as compared with pre-
sent prices. .
Foreign exchange is beginning to be called for in considerable
quantities. It is now quoted at 1091 to 109A, and a belief is enter.
stained that it. will get beyond 110 before next packet day. There
is a great scarcity of foreign exchange-or rather there is a great
demand for it. This arises from the increasing importations of
foreign goo's, and the deficiency of the exchanges from the south.
Some difficulty, has intercepted the coming in of southern bids -
Possibly they have not enough to supply our appetite, ine eased
by the large importations now pouring into the city.
The other articles of commerce are as usual. Cotton is flat.-
Flour and coal are very high. English coal is quoted at $16 per
In relation to flour, there is existing a great grievance inregardto
short weight. We learn that it is a fact that much flour is sold by
the merchants of New York, by the barrel, short of the weight, 190
tbs. nett, intended by law. It is hot, however, sold in this manner
intentionally by the merchants, but arises firm a variety of causes.
.In some cases, the fare badly secured in the hoops, heads, &c. At
other timelsthe barrels ar originally made too large, no that the
flour works about, and much escapes through the crevices anid oth-
er places. It may be observed, that while the present high price
eciste, every barrel of flour ought to be weighed on delivery, just
the same as any other food, both wholesale and retail ; for lhat
would be said of a butcher, or a baker, or a grocer, if he gave short
weight-say one pound short in every twenty pounds, and so on ?-
The following circumsianceoccurred last week. Six barrels f su-
perfine flour were weighed, out of curiosity. It was found that one
barrel weighed 19 lb3. .nett-one 192-ne 192--one 1092-one 189-
one 190 ;-total, 1151i lbs., instead.of 1176 Ibs. according to law-
leaving a deficiency of241 lbs. flour which the owner paid for that
ho did not receive. This is unjust, as every one is entitled to
weight and measure. rhe fairest way is for every one to have his
barrel of flour weighed on delivery ; and then le will know that
ie gets weight, and not without, fur sometimess pilferings occur in
stores-sometimes.the flour will dry by storage and lose in weight,
-and at this time the loss of weigh ofseve-a pounds of flour, or
even two pounds offour, is agood deal. It ought to be noticed.--
Let everybody weigh the flour in barrels before they pay for it, in
order to see that it is correct in' weight.
Prices of Stocks at the N York Exchange, Jan. 27.
U. S. Bask, 120, 19,18. N. Y. State In. Co. 80.
Del. and Hud. 93, 21, 21, Il, Jackson In. Co. 99.
B. of S.of N Y. 1Ill. Mer, In. Co. 95,
Chemical Bank, 124. Contributionship In. Co. 99, 8.
Atlantic Bank, Brooklyn, 104, 3. Howard In. Co. 1Oo,
Morru Canal Co. tiS2, 11,1. Harlem R. R. 86, 5l.
Kentueki Bank, 92. Mohiwk t. It. 93, 21, 1.
Illinois Bank, t101, Platerou It. 751, 5.
F. Trust Co. 113. Boston & Prov. lt. K 109,8,, 71.
Ohio Truist Co, 1141, 121 13 R12 N. Jersey R. R. 108, 8, 5.
Am T.Co. Badi 105,3,3t,1T. L.I. Lail Ruad, 80, 791.
Southern Trust Co. 98. Boston & Wor. R. R 961,
Prices of Stocks at Philadelphia, Jan. a .
U.S. Bank. 118i, t18t, 18. Kentucky Bank, 93, 21.
Philad Bank, 110, N. BaUk, Ky. 685.
Farmers and Mechanics, 64, Vicksburg Bank, 81i.
Gi ard Bank, 58, 7t. M. & M. Trenton, 18, 20.
WesternBank, 574. Morris Canal, 105.

Gn Wednesday evening 25th inst.,by the Rev. Dr. Spring, Sa-
muel B. Gardiner, of Gardiner'o Island, to Mary Gardiner, daugn-
tor of Jonathan Thompson, Esq.
At Lucia, Jamaica, West Indies, in December last, Charles P;
Cochran, of New York, to Miss Alice Dickson of the former
place. i
At Touro,r (France,) Charles Cramer, Esq., of New York, late of
St. Petersburg, to Margaret Anne, youngest daughter of Robert
Pierson, Esq., late of Edinboroughi.
Yesterday morning, Jan. 27th of the chronic croup, after an ill-
ness of ten days, Henry Lawrernce, only son of George Coggishall,
aged 2 years and 2 months,
His remains will be taken to Milford, Connecticut, for inter-
On Thursday, 2Gth inst, Elhararn Burton, only son of Captain
Isaac E. Turner, aged 10 months and 12 days.
On Thursday, the 26th inst., of consumption, in thq 49th year of
her "-.'- M"c -vifb ofiJnnces McGlone.
In r,- I ..i .i Connecticut, on the 19th instant, Munson Hin-
man, age 6 years, son of Captain Frans. Peet. I-lis clothes took
fire while warming himself, and burnt aim so that lie died in about
8 hours.
At Washington, on the 24th inst., after a short but severe ill-
ness, Julia, daughter of the Rev. It. R. Gurley.
At Louisville, Kentucky, on the oth inst. MiAs Sarah Jane
H asbrook, late of this city, in the 17th year of her age.
At Florence, on the 24th of November, Mar a Ann, wife of
Frascis Olmstead, and daughter of Henry J. Wyckolt; of this

High Water .- 45

From London Dec. 22 I From Liverpool Dec. 24
From Havre *. Dec. 21 1 From Now Orleans Jan. 16
Liverpoo3-Ship hibernia,.Wilson, Dec. 1.
United States, Harvey, Des. 8.
Havre-Ship Erie, Fsnck .. Dec. 24.
Franco s 1st Castoff- Jan. 1.
Lsodon--ShipHannibul,Roberts, Dec, 10.
Philadelphia, Morgan, De. 20 .

Brigs Algerino, Gorhem Kec West and Apalaechicola, Baker,
Hammond and Mooore; Juli an d Helen, ihorndike, N. Orleans,
J. EIwell. Schooners Adeline Wlson, Corsen, Mobile; do. Noi-
pareil, St. Croix, Nesmith mid Leeds.
Ship'Rienzi, Norton, Apalachicola, with cotton, to Post. Philips
and McKay.
Ships Hibernia, Wilson, Liverpool, Dec. SO, with merchandise
to Goodnue & Go.
Sip United States, Harvey, Liverpool Dec. 23, with mdze. to
30. Kermit.
Ship John Taylor, Luce, Liverpool, Dee. 23, with mdze. to Tay-
3or and Merrell.
Ship Elisha Denniston, West, Mobile, with cotton to E. D.
*jurlhut & Co.
Slip Button, Berry, Charleston, 6 days, with cotton, to G. But-
Danish brig Charlotte, Wippel, Campeachy, 45 days, with log-
'wood, to master.
Brig Det.t, Williams, Apalachicola, with cotton to Richards
and Richardson.
Brig Eissex, ---, of Portland, from West Indiseu
Schooner Masonic, 1ow, Nanticke, a stye, with oysters.
Schooiner CIappell, Moore, Wilmington, N. C.
Sr. ooner Austin, Burgess, Darien, 12 days, to Sherman & Nye.
BELOW-I ship, 8 Brigs 2 schrs.
SAILED.-Brig Houeton, Leforge, for Barbadoos,


$5 REWARDD.-Lost a gold pencil case in Houston or
e Mercer steert, o Thursday. The finder shall receive the
above reward, by returning it to the owner at No. 32S9 Hudson
street. j2s-.it
-Wanted immediately to go to Brazil, a Millwright and an
Engineere-the former for the pupooseoferecing a Steam Saw Mill,
and the latter for erecting it Steum Engine for the same. Forsuch
ones firit rate wgesa id offered. For further information inquiroof
V. PELLETIER, No. 25 Pine street,
j28-3t* Up stairs.
TM RS. OPIE'S WORKKS.-W. Sandford O9 Ann u t,
1. will publish this day, "A Woman's Lovo and a Wife's
Duty." W. SANDFORD. j28-lw
N E.W SUNDAY PAPER.-The WORLD will here-
N after be published ....- r........: i ... ..i, I ...
from the office, No. o11' '11 I 1 I II *i i I
S t-nday, Jan. 9 ath, oid i ,., .. ...i. .,- ,
t fLiter.r.y, Poetical, S: ... ..
Poem, from the pen of:-- ,.
dresses, togeliher with a i i ....
composedexpressly for .-.ii .i i .. ..
ofthe citt ofNew Yo, r .. '. .. ,,,
news received up to 4 o'clock on Sund-ly morning.
Advernisementa ins reI uat reasonable rate-. Terms, $5 per an-
num, or 10 cents per number. NI. WV.. LNOWDEN,
Editors and Proprietors.
j28 t* Office, No. 110 William street.
TO RENT.-A two story brick House, with altic, and
f sub-cellar, nearly inew, hallndsomely painted throughiLt,
splendid marble muntles and grates in the parlors, enp a-
cinus ciutern and all ir coniplete order, being in the vicinity of Dr.
Ludlow'i church, in Spring,t. The p, -i ;t t- .-. t ;Tl.; i ..... .
hlisright ofoccupation, snd obtain a .....i ..... ,
chlaser tfr thesumf the rent is 400. It c-annotin any
case be used as a boarding house.
B line addresses HOUSE, and left at the deek of this office, will
meet attention. Possession before May,if desired. j28-2sw
Tis splendid edifice: will bo solemnly dedicated to the service of
Almignty God, on Sunday, the2sita insn. by the Right Rev. Dr. Du-
bois, underthe it.voeation ol'St. Jamos, thie Apos!lo.
T'he sermon on the occasion will be preached 63by he very Rev.
Dr. Power. Scrviro to commence at i0 o'clock, A M.S
Tiche'ks ofad mission, one dollareach, to be hiad of any of the
Caeh.lsic Clergy. alo of the Trustees of the several atfiohc
Chumhes of the city, and at the deorsof the church on the day of
he dedci'eion.
The '1'astees take this opportunity tos'atetht in the erection
ofthio magnificent building shiclhs is surpassed byunone, fbr bea'lty
and fitness in the ity, thatthey bha;ve necessarily incurred a very
bavydebht, but they rely with confidence on thn wsls kn'owsn libs-
rality of'their fellhw-cinizei-s, fur their charity bletaid towards its
liquidation The Ghoirwill be selectuani full. Mr. Harnison will
preside atthe Organ.

The b sdoner Aim Marin, from Eastport, fr New York, is no
doubt the vessel loit at Gloucester, Mass., as two pieces of the
stem of a vessel, one with Ann ,.aria, and the other with East-
port, have come on shore.
The Packet ship Hibernia, Wilson, arrived up to the city yester-
day afltermoon.
A letter received in tlis city yesterday, from Edgartown, dated
M2,1 January, states that thie clr. Will. Roicon, Captain Meecker,
from Boston, for this port, with a cargo of nmerchaudize, was
ashore at Tarpaulin Cove, full of water. Lighters were getting
under way to proceed to tier, to save the goods, which it is suppo-
sed would tie damaged.
Thc passengers per the buark Isabella, thim iews of whose loss
was brought by thie Sus.uehannoah, at Philadelphia, have been
landed at Ramsgate.
The ship Southerner, which arrived here on Thuirsda nicht, got
up through the Narrows;; v its afterwards taken byi the tale und ice
back into the lower bay, and this morning she wvas in a dangerous
position, near the East bank-several steanboats halve gone to her
The Pniladelphia steamboat had great diffliolty in getting
through the icd this morning--sho wn mars tha I n hour getting to
the Narrows.
Very little ice in the East and North river .
LEFT, &n.
Shield. De, 8- r.; iT',i. New, Yrk.
Bombayh. tE. I.. .. i e Yotrk
S i ...Ir1. Y o k.
-.1 York, Lne. Swo-
dish, do. do
At Guayaquil. Sept. o0-.-bi CEawfirol, Moil. frot H New York.
San. 21, (Br.) schooner G(lithe, IsA Antigua, 'ur New York.
iPer Yesierday's a 1T.i
S.... C.s Jana. 19-Arriv'ed choonerl s 'iolne Smithi.
Cleared, ,cslioer C i .... Brown
S' .". i Sloop of' war, Natchez, C ,qpt.in Mer:ohn,
il .l., ,' J Jog t.Jan,. .
At Algoa Bay, in Sept., bark Octavia Alley, New Bodibrd, 1iao

So e itee of Arrangrlea Mr. i. \'Ia wil eirr it
S on Tllhomas Paine, ill '.'aunnimany Halli, on Stnl
'.' 3 P S. A bind of innusie ii engagee, and a:n
S ,', . .l i, s wi ill be a'is panii'd
'. i r. P aine 's vio 'kt .a
audien i on theu Ili'ity
-, : rliniples.
I ,,,' a re e rn c r
I .. ,jg IIit,

GranSt anacy tdilitary, ltir oton, anrl Civic
?BALT5I i!
To I .y'' kcll by a Cornmiftee of 16. To take
HLL, Br.adway, on THURSDAY
S_ 1 i ? pr ;i. I 7 i 1 J i ii ,., H a ll.
NB. .-Fancy Dresses cal .I Ii. .I. it j28-5t

WATXT.ED.-A Lad 15 or16 years old wanted at No. Peck
S Sli p. j28 2wy

to i ,. .. ..., ,", .... ",, .' ho finder
w ill I,, i, Z, i l ri H artt,
No. 7 Ntasall st. j28-2t0
PARTNER WANTED-With a capital of from
L s to 15,00, by a person who is now firnishirg a Drg Store
i' elegant style, and in one ofthe most desirable locations in tihe
aty. ny a Ip .ns h ing such capital, ane wishing to enter into a
safe' and profitble husi-'es, wil Ido well (o apply immediately, as
lie store will he ready for business by Ihe 1st of February. A flne
addressed to T. H., and leftet No. 1 Nassasu street, office No 4,
with name and residence, will be attended 'o. j28-3t*
T Oi JEW ,LLERS.-The subscriber wiisMing to locale
L hinosrfdifferently, would disptose of his lease, stock i, Irdeae,
&c &e. if'applied for immediately. To aniy one in the bisi-ess,
ur wishing to colrme-ee, it offers a fine opportunity, as tIe busi-
ness conection and location is not exceed in the city.
J23.1W ANDREW STEVENS. No. 5 Dey st.
AR FOR SALE.-A handsomely finished liquor bar, in
complete order, for sale cheap. Enquire at the Terrapin
Lunch, corner of Broadway and Ann st. ,j28-3t

w anits.

OARDING, with a large front room aon the second floor,
may be tied in a private family, fur a. e)tleman and his wife,
or a few single egottlreman, where there tire b t few boarder, by ap
plying nimmialltely, at 11) Leonardstreet corner Benson d29-tf
W ANTED.-A young American or English Girl as nurse.
Apply at 16 Lipenard st. j2.-1wr-y
ANTED,- 2 Ladic that understand making Shiuts in
T the best man ner. Fr such the price i ill be of little coase-
quence. Apply at 29 Maiden Lane, It 4 P jlt

YAaTrED-- ao ni rootrtr in tho Fouria, Wnfl wbitllh

iionUmisiia mide kioi n y -Ulr. w ilrulg. nI s-tf
\WAN'l'ED-A Coach Bod.y Maker A -plyo .
-- hi. TbIOMPSuN, car.Grand tutl Woosteir st'.
calf. f-v
'AN 2ND--Afilrstr to P.rasi-asfli to .
turning, to wEvin 'ionostnt employ. ii ,, I i
wilhe given ; apply to377 Broadwiay. ..,-'

wNTh l Ai ns ...... i .... '
t.P nt diern bui.t HoMuse. C-7 P'arl street. IG riron .10 2w-y _
EaOVAL-W. A ANnROSt & Ct Stin turolito
tirt nt'lrtftotlrse. 16.1 Flnodwatl- relovi d I n' e I a ui

L ObST.-"w n;Tut03trdr oay dwyirli.l ,ht N
a d t Ihlsot .trrets, Ia ItI| Noclt'o, w ..i .. .
Amethiyst CroIass. Wlhocover his t tut in. i 1.1 it
rally iwiridei b:y leaving it ut oe. 60 Courlasudt lt so No. 61
iarclayist. i.ra lw'
rt'IMlOTHY SEED.-10t;er.'sT.... ... I ,i,,i-,
SHARTA1Mr.' ,, i .
j24-i .. ,
(CQ THE C; i rTi'r'i TTii-, heretofore oxistin iund tih i
Buns W.jltA. 1 ,,.
Dec. 17th, 1836. J. IE. ANItoVN.

r lions, conitinin tig 640 acres eah, of lthe iOriVe isdt., ir otit
by G.G. ,JICKELS, 21 Wall Mt,

iRANDDY' CHEESE..-150 jairs primoarticle, tb-tale
I t y "IARTI -7' i *, .i i ... i

UTTER AHIHND LARD..--r.:. : It '. t.I
ter-300 do. Western d o. -20C L i .'
j21-tfi ___HAIlTMAN & i i i .. i
SIEESE-Ir I ...t. I r. .1 1

LARD.-i3o kegs Ohio, for sale ty
jl2-y Brokers andCommiot sion Merchants, 50 Water t,
5li OUNCES PLATINA PL TTE- ,... ,.-.l
IU pt et, nuitub e for Dentista, &c. u.I il I.. ..1 It I *1
arcommnsdatnoteris, hy
jl6 y Dr. LEWIS FEUCHTWANGER. 377 Broadway.

of Natu al history i Broai way, near Pince strict.
The member of tihe Lyceo i have thephosureto nonnosocs to
the public thit t an rragementhas been tude with Protessir TOR-
REY, to driver a popular course on Chemistiy, with numerous
experimenta, to consist often Lectures, commencintt on Tuesday,
2.thint. at seven o'clock in the evening, and witd be esinttu d
every Friday and Tuesday until completed.
Tiekcts to admit a lady and gentleman for rho coouse, $6 t0
", .......lent.... 75
site k eisonh oroe fctare, 7
a lady and eentleman, tbr onse lcturo, I Ps
and can he obtained Sat Dr. Cilton's, BroAdwa.y, and at the Lyce-
um. Members andstockhi.lders will be charged halfofthe above
prices. j21-2w'
.iTELEGRAPH, liy Horace Honaycomb, lasn., illustrate
with six beautiful eololed plates, London edition, iust impnored.t
Also, reccstlv published, THE BOOK OF PEOWERS, Gems
of Flowesi and Poetry, being an alphaticiitlro arrangement of
Flowers, with appropriate poetical illstrations, by a Lady to
which is added a Botanical description of the various partT of a
Flower, and the Dial ol FIjwets, with 24 coloted plates. Fore sti
at the bhokstore of C. J. FOLSOM, f o. 40t Fultoen t.
j4t one door above Pear ot.
publicc sales of Horses, C7riages, Harness, &c., continue to
take place at tlis well known establishment, B very Monday, at 12
The next sale will cormenco on Moolay, 30th inst. at 12 a .elock.
All Horses, Carriages, &c., intended for this sale, must be shown
and entered on or before Saturday next, 28th inst. at 5 o'clock,
p. t. JOHN W. WATSON. 446 Broadway

f'INE COAL-In lareirsinall sueleitios lt sale. ApplO
ta thoiltine Kilns,iner South Ferry Brookly oneto
ol2-tf H. RAYMOND & CO-76 Cirstlandltar. ,p stairs.
37* by 39.
Apply atlis otla ice. j23.-lt
TOLU LOZE NGES.-An excellent article for coughs,
colds, asthmuas, &c., for sale wholesale andl ret il, b
d l-tf Drtuefgist and Apothecnry. No. 90 Nassaau-t.
& W. Sandfirl,) Ann-s street, Thloe Bachelors, another tales.
Pric 50 cts. N. B. Copy riglit sccuwI. da-t

SEGETArLE COMPOUND OIL forcoloring the
I-Hair, either brown or jet filack.
Also, MARKING INK, lor Linen, without preparation, for sale
hb Mrs. KING, 11t Fulton st.
SNESS PORTRAYE.-A Rel)ository for those who are, andt
t olse who are not married ly tile eiOs T Claosic Alliors, ancieo t
ansi moderir viz Addson, rtofele, Johnson, K'ix, Newton and
[. h have discussed, w hil a grave or gay pen, the present
,, '. .,.. Ha piness of Bi nkid.

Intelud ing two prize Essays, together wiNi several articles, written
expressly fo' tll work; 1 vosIl. 12ao. Juast received and for sale
at the Bak Store of C.J. FOLSOM, NO. i0t Filton st,
jl7 one door above Pearl.
C OUGH ARTICLES.-A great variety fir Coughs,
ICo-,h&e.--likewise, Iceland Ciandy, Sugar of Honey, Pare
goric Candy, Lozengres, in g eat varretv, foir sle byr
jlO-y Dr. LEWIS FEUCHTWANGER 377 Broadway.

N. B. Vespers will commenre at 3 o'clock, P. M. on which o- T EEC ES.-Just received a lot of large healthy Leeches .. i.... .... i..ced into t centre the
casion, the Rer. A. Byroe, Pastoroft't Church will preach. L tor style by the de ohdn or hundred, at r ,t i .1 i 1 ... e, for thile purp.s of per-
The Pews will be rented on ithe Mondayfollowing, at 10 o'elok, HOPPER'S PHA3MACY, I ....... .. I. ... .. .. ... id Monkeys. The general
A. M. j26-3tu -d31-tf 364 Broadway, corner of Franklin s ect. ...... i. ..... ,i..... 1.'will take place at 3A ad 8
o'clock, P. M.
Public eeti JUBE PASTE.-A first rate article, forsale, wholes e Mr. VAN AMBURGH will enter theCages at 4 & 8 o'alk. P M.
1s iTheundrsigned request thes tieus of New York,without jitOy tlm,. LEWIS FEURHTWANCER, 377 Broadway. thi me oudeAnce.
dlsTi osti of marty, to meet at the Democratiic Amsasa I. '....... Ademisgionm, 50 cents-childrenss tder 10 Sears efse, halffprice.
in Broadway, m order to take into consideration the -"-... d .1uIPTER--35 firkius. Orange county Dairy-200 do. West- Season Tickets at S,
ening a foveeet in fav r of reason, argument, 'scienceand B erdo-500do. I shipping, d,,. for *sale by t Visitors have fee admission to the Bowery Reading Room.
freedom o1 ofdebatandt ougt HI nIItiIIpolitie..l matters. The present H ,1ARITMAN & BIRDSALL, n12-tf
parties in the city eavo elikctuallyts ppres d all freedom as much 1"2-y Brokers amid o Merchants0 Water st.
asitis by the Sultan into Costanitinopl, iwho allows no one to Brokers id oii Merchants, 50 Water t. ANINGTON'S
,peak but himself. Further particulars will hbe iearnid on theday D i"'NTTTRIl Y '.ANINGTON
of meeting, which will be fixed another statement. amn R. CAR .1. I% N -i.. i ,'. i.." :i- ....ranufarc NEW MOVING DIORAMA S,
J.HN THOiN PETER JOHNSON, Chlairman. [Jr turerfn : ... i .. .. ', ..s ,ay (for- CITY SALOON,
An FtOS S ci, ere lies I r, ,,..I..s. I I -.,. ,,,-u5....
Ja' t ry m1odr1eai hi i'norrptille Opposite St. Paul's Churchl, Broadway.
JIVcrea I I .. .,re very moderate, anl his incorruptible
Jan. 18, 1337. r. 19f .i .,. I. ', ,, ..,I ji9 3Sn rlHE PUBLIC are respectfilly irlformed that tlhe above popuiifr
Beinett's Lectures onl Bookkeeping. JUST PUBLISHED.-A FRENCH GRAMMAR, for larger scale than hbpaerly ; with anl Entire Newo Set ef moving
AT CLINTON HALL. beginnersarr.. 1 ..... .....r, with precise rules of r..-.. .....1. s1 1.. i. .. ....
T. -= T I. ,.-.i.. r.,,. ... ..., ..'i..'i '..' T ..'.r g .., ....... pronune nation. ..' i, ,r... i. ... r Ladies PropheticO ra- L .. J i .r ... s .. i..i .. ...i..r ... ., ..1.
.. ...... u, ,. i,. :. '.' u ..... i ole. For salecheap at M rs. K IN G'S, .. ...... ... ..,, ... ..... ,i ., .
... ..., ..r '.: .. .. ., .1 h J. i ,. '-''. H A L F P R [C E M U S I C . I ". .. ... .. , , .. .. .
anous Lecture at thi( ..... .... .. .I i- I Music r the Piano Forte and Flute-at 3 cents a page. ,.11 i. I .1 ,,. ,, ,,,, ,,
evening next, ontheJ i -.l, .. 5i, I i i l l... i. .. ,, .. .....1 .
Toconimence atr 7. t .1 ,,.. i..., .....| I erhapstwo sue- ) USIITON &, ASiPINWALL-s William street,of SHIPWRECK OF THE MEXICO:
feeding ones, are design d ., i .. .. ..,, i -. ,, for fo sale .. ,,i,'... ... ..... ,.. ...
tinued at the same plaen u..i 1. ii .. ,, I 1. i .. I 1 .. Jujiujube Paste, in 5o and 100 11). boxes, very superior. ....., ,,, i
dollar cach, tobe h ad at t .. i i...., 1 1... ,.. ..- . ,,,, ,,i.. i ...... 1. ... 1 ..l -r, ived ... ..... .iv d.. .. ., wi n be repented tis evening,
This dollar will be allowed to such us may subsequently think pro- .,, .,,. ,, ,.. ,... 11. ... repea is even, gs ,
per to join the class. .1.. .. 1 ,.. .. Is- ..i '., i.. u 1--Animnated View neur Plvimontli, Englan
It is recommended, withalldunederfrence, to teachers ofschools E.I, ." ...,,, .. .. I,., ,,,.. .......i ... II-REast Indian Scene TI-Naval Battler
aud academies, as well s teachers ofBookkeeping, to a'tend this ,,,- .. .- ... ''l i. ...,' i. i, nr, ... I nl-tf Ii-in ... i. ... VII-Storm and Slip reck,
Lecture, asthey may find init something worthy oftheir adoption, I r.i..., : VII-Cathedral efCtologne
whichmayconfera benefit on thpublics well as profit on them- J.IUSPENSARY BANDAGES & TRUESSES- in' .. i.. I ....., IX-ItalianFantoceci,.
selves. Merchants will of course Iok in1. A gnral iasortmeont (if Tlelc oefult stsricel ilnstrioeint if Atnong the DropSeens re-
N. B.-Mr. Bennett desrisns the avails ofthei above named three to t lae hetestA n n if no improved itentth afnors alos at No. 2oAnn at et,are-
Lectures fto- the relief, f tIhe Poor Wuidows and Orphans of the el- hre they are afitod antd n applised bly a pmctical surgon. Mount Vernon.-Duke White.
ty, in the purchase of fuel or other articles of noeessity, to be diso j-y View on the RIhine.-C. Lehr.
tribllt,,d under the direeion ofhis honor the Mayor Corunnain Spain.-P. Grain, Sen.
j18 It JAMES BENNETT, CounsellroratLato,AstorHotel. l ADIES' WORK BOXES, DRESSING A- Scene from i lie Maid ol'Cashinere.-H. Sewoll.*
S' R I SES, nid Po table Wri ting Desks.-'Tlhe subscrier resp -ct- View of London from Waterloo Bridge-Bengeugh.
M BIASONIC HALL, NEW YORK. fully solicils thie attention of purchasers to his assortment of the View near Missolonghi, Greoce.-R. Jones.
BENJAMIN H. ROGERShegs leavetb infTorn his friends, i etovedescrip ions of goods, warranted of superior quality ard m. 'oTemple of Science.-Walker.
that his BENEFIT will oake place au abovi, on Tuesdayo, 1st auicture, aid t prices very moderate. Boxes 50 cents. Parquette and upper seats 25 cents. Children
Jan. 1837, on which occasion Grand Ball will he given, under the trm-* Likewise, Gentlenien's Dressing Cases and Writing Desks. accompanied stby their Parents orG ardianshalf price.
management of'Mr. Parker, who has kindly volunteered his valua. C. J. FOLSOM, Stationer and Bookeller, Doors open at 6-perfrmances come nce at 7 o'clock. d31-tf
ble services. A first tate Band will be providedby Mr. Brown. jL No. 40 o Fulton, and 263 Pearl sts.
Tickets N1 4 to admits Gentleman and Ladies. o be had at WANEDW EXHIBI'CPING at tle American Academy,
tihe BarofMasonic Hall, orofB. K. R. om l the premises. jt 8 aw' EW YORK TATTERSALLS.- WANTED.- Barclay street, near Astor's Hotel, tO twa original and u-
h A first ratefoiir-in-shaslsTcaEi (all to match) fioml 151To 161 blime paintings, thie Templation an Expulsion of ADAM and
S- POPULAR LECTURES.-Dr. DODS' Introductory Lec hands high, of good figures and action, not over years old,,and EVE, painted by Dubmt, bfor the ex-king Charles X, of'France,
ture at Clinton Hall on Popular Medicine whieh was ostponed allo' them sound and kindin harness. Bays, wit long tails pro- They have been exhibited during the lour years, in moat of the
on account of Publie Meetings previously called but overlooked feared. principal eitieof the United State(, to 'thie lively gratification of
will be delivered on Wednesday evening, tie 1st February, at half For the above described Horses,a lifieb l price will be paid on a00,u00 visitors.
past7o'clock, i thesaiHall,whenstheDoctorwillbehappy tosce application lo JOHN W. WATSON, 446 Breadway. Adoiltance 25 cents. Season tickets 5s cnts.
his friendaund thie public, fee ofexpense j4 end sT Doom open fro 9 in the morning, till9 at mIght.
The course will consist sf Sixteen Lectures on the most con- HEAP STORE.- Y. HENRIQUE'S & CO lt8 ThsAgent confidently assues thie public ttiat this will be the
men and dangerous diseases to whih e .,il ., ,, .. A hv er STo ero-m- ranc n dEN ther arrivals CO. e stexhioiton, as tlepictures acreshlrey to be returned to Eu-
iaole, with plains statement of ti T most .'."....".,I ,.m.-i, n so ty, la r i ne iee leam Pcrac d es ther rvechito, as picu ar hoey to be rtrd to E
prevention an cure.iCourse nndur $3i StiosC inew g wluhibl thiny Wh sol c Ceap. Psle room is kept constantly warm. d3-3m
Ticket for one LeCture 0 5 si Vesin an t i al VovoetD do ILLIARDS IMPRO VED.-Gentlemen wishing to
S24 w ISandsomeembroidereds hem tc LinenCam handkfs play atBilliards, or purchaseI tallest areinvited tocallH t 218
1 (jl POUNIDS PHOSPHOIRO US.-For sale upon A splendid uasortmout ofrieim needle work'dFreo1ch Caipes. or603 Broadway, whem are 8 tablesin onoe rooe and try tie patent
1IU reasonable terms, in one pound canisters, by Welsh Flannuls, Canton Flannels, and Englsh Flannels. sdin Rubbeh r ea shioao, shlae nsonmeond empsaitios cem, etd e ods
jiG-y Dr. LEWIS FEUCHTWANGER, 377 Broadway. plain and figured lerasos- Blantiets. with.iron letss,;ndct mmo tabne as above, will be itouud
lIoelery semI OGeves, in every variety, end every price, the lareecttnd best assortment ever oslsred to the public, advanta-
ARD'S HAIR OIL.--Thebestarticlenowin use, fo l s a ns- Ha k ,- sar-o tehllyse stlw so ",hnae wishlto purchase at short notice, as they can be
Shlssu-Sihlatn~t-hasuf-Sceb-Shtey Shnwls.packed at onu day's notice.
promoting the growth, anld ivtig an elegant glossy appear- rish Lines, Birdse Diapers, Linen Camic. N.B. Order brany thing hn this linewithcas orgoodreforence
nod ,ehrrr Fnr di st Pr.ie Se armacyt o. a usi364, L Musln, Crossar Muslin, to A. BSSFORD, 216 Broadway, willreceive prompt attoution.
Broadway, curner ofFranklin st. Pc 76 cents per botc. BobinetLaces, Englishl Thrsadltces and Edges. nt
012-y FanttureDemilies anduCurtaiMuslimo TsREEK, LATIN, AND GERMIAN LAN-
S8REASURY G TaFICATS-1,Cr TreasuryCeoifi- -4, 7-4 end 04, Damas end Dhers arTchle Cloths. G LGenome Ladies isA
coafes, ne' wiltay fnov Lndo01thevt Whiteoand blushLae,andGuaeveLa. guagesUAypGn rivte intand Loas howsAt n to get tslorma
esl wn c, swllar Government Lands at the var Cap Ribbon, Bonnet Ribbon, Belt Ribbon, and Rimn ofevery lion altmeove La, aes by vateacin ist ea o ettoEr
s G.Grn Land ICKLEoffices, as waasa ast. loPro of tie Ancint and Genrman Langua.e,s.. eornerofroom
IaOjlIAN DYlE-Warranted the Io-t article in use fordye A lotofoldstock Goods,sellingsff r. r..i.. .1,..-..-... r.... and O chard sts. .
Sing he Hair a rown orjet black. Forsaleat of F.e.- I. .... I r..l:..i..i ...t..'... r.. .r.',r.ti .. -sP., Reference givenby Dr. An.then Esq., Irofin the Columbia Col
dgt-,f HOPPER'S Pharmacy, 364 Broadway, cor, Franklio. Pt..ur.. 'I.,.i 1..1,- .1- 'i Is... .. .... .,&c. tS-id oge. oil-saw-3nsm

~I~ ~

formed the Comedrof
A NABOB FOR AN HOUR.-Sam Dobbs, Mr. PMacide-Nancy,
Mre. Vernon.
Afterwhich, ihe RBallet Opera of
LA BAYADERE- Zeic, M'Ieo Augusta- Fatima, Miss Kerr-
Nicika, Alliss Cowan.
To conlude with lie Dramatic Opera of
DER FRIEISCHULT'-Canspr, Air Richings--Linda, Miss E.
CoUun-tioec, Madame Otto.
The Comredy ulTHE TWELFTH NIGHT, and the Tragedy of
ION, are 1i1 Ihearsal
IDoort .IeL n at 6. .' '.. ...... ..... ,, .., :.'o k. Box-
s $l ; Plt 5U cts ; .. -

Ti'I I 1 .... I. i-Capt Tempi]-
,,, 1,, -Clara,Mrs.W at-
To, conclude with thelt Foreof
MAKING YOUR WILLS--Brag. Mr. Mitchell.
tlourniopen at'itlira tr parl 0. i- ,, ,l ii ,i ,, i
ter before. Bo\c i h ; PI 5U .

Anea-r.casn Ti'heatrc ---Bo'tvery.
(r-t A CA.ID.-iR. DINNFOiRD wilili p'iiisure announces
to ite titronu il tL popular eslabhit-ienict, arnd the put lic geleo-
I; vbahkt is eoial;tbd hby tLhe lnteions exertiot ns o"lie artists sudi
ce ilaulaY ol ifL. The tre' le pium-n p i the I .. I. ,
evenly g, Janilii y 3) Lit, ol'thl I t tifc l I
1,gor rousdisplay,farsurpas.inganiy.
,, oI llry.
I ln t 1o1l ct n, o;'I ho p 'o-, in onl n" to give It all posihl& e'-
( li I l. T sue ry by i i s .' i t i

Mauchiner ivy -M -r DaveLvine.
l o er i i' ir rl'i ons, &c. M r. Lowisa a .I a0 isitlits.
Plrii ei ,Tiop si ,cit -e Mr. t i I iu ta .
13 res rocs cns&. M. i I
I..drtIeimedae ireti of the stage
.. . .

The purt of Zatulhe, Mius Waring.
Herman., Mr. W.Siton.
In the course of the spectacle, the following new anid gorgeous
nsl al .ly: ..7 _
Clu tlt til;'" i i G .ain.)
A, ia i tme i.i i ,

tudt I (iirde in Ni|;ii-{ t1e3ti h htoe.)
AiilI m UilA l (_ n\'eL'nh; oi'AixlI Clutj.el -.
N tlil Halt i! liho Royial Pilaue,

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I ,,.., ,1,. ,

D partly .. I II .... r-
T'ihoi't safe, my honier stands to thee
Clear and acquitted

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GRAND BANQUET in tne Castle of D" Carlos-(Grain).-
Chorus-" The rosy god ga Baicclhusi, Bowl." Interrupelon.-

i h l. I. .... .. I ., .. .

Charlemagnel mighty spi, it-now enthroned
Aorove this c, il and btzz of mtorl al possmans.
,.l .\..t--r .'..ii-'t Ti a.t rr-...tt -.--The dead
,i. L qI. Bond.-
i. .i .*.... Conster-
I. .--I I I -I *..*I I I. *l *. .. t o r.
Signors, aloor tthe Emperor Ircais you
But nw your torchies geared defiance. Has
A breath extinguished them ? I must supply
Theirplaees then. Within, there t
I.. .... r i. the Bren Deoor, and the vault is filled
ii, ....' i,.-elies-aiso, tibKing f'Boliemiai,Dukoof
At.:' 1 t'1' r I.i .... and suite. DGtond yourselves. Short
sk riniuh-con'piralors are everthr:.wn. Hornian, the Mlountain-
ner, recognize d as Juoi: r,.F .r ..,,. General pardon to all.
Corridor, Gallery (tilled ...... i .... and zerhoway leading te
the Cathodral. Grand Procer&son tu the Coronation of Don
Ceremony of Cronation-National Anthem Sonlg, "Long live the
Emperor," by the wcole strcngthi of the Uompsany.
TABLEAU-Palace of Don Carlos.
o n '. .... d. ,i 1 i ... i i ..
Vaoxhall Garden, Bowery.
ON .MONDAY, Jan. 23rd, and every evening during the
S t -." I.. I .. ;. I A Gland Rotation of E Rques-
trian Entertainment s, including, for
i.l. .... .. ;,. .i I ., .. .i a ldc, called th e
Si i .. .. .i ... .. id in the Sout
1, .: i.i. ..i .. .. ,. -,.. : i,,.. T he C hi, ka-
... ..... ... .. .. i .,. .. i.. a for the fi sto
.- i ri i I t I"11 1 1 ,. place Wednes.
da. ti 's
1 .. 50 cents. Children under 10 years of age, half
. price. Doors openat quarter past 6 o'clock. First music at half
.... I.. I .... :.I...-'I o'lock.
S,, I ,, I .. York,that
r.,..,, i .. ... .. .. .- E -. .. ... W idow san d
.. ..',L ..to..d.....t.
1,, ,, .. i,....,*'.l w ol!spredilt be produced, the magni-
ficent lerendhry spectacle of Ill Dragon of Rhodes end the
Krnightsot St John, of Jeuisaleni. j33
TRIW, RICHMOND HILL, Corner Varick and Cilarlton
streets. j2

No. 37 Bowery.
THE Public are respeetfrlly informed that in orderto ratify the

Auction Sales.

JESSEE CADY, Au.tioneer.
BY JESSE CADY, Store, No. 117 and 11t Water streets
Tids day, at u o'clock, in lots to suit purchascrto fin cash,
large and general assortment of shelfhardware, cutlery,fall good
eats, comnbs, fancy sop. eloatliing, guna, pisto.s, dirks, &c., wit
an assortment of good, suited to the Solitho w and Westerr ma
ket, too numerotae to nltmioin in a an advertisnent of t'. is kind.
At Privrate Sale-t0,0e0 itzen Cormbs, assorted of all kinbh.
1000oo cards Bir.mingam and Sheffield Cut.ery, of every variety
oim gitable. .
.."'.' Ij i i '-iL ,t 5,s li 1ays, &c. Fire Brases, and lit
p, .. T 0iJ r '.11, I a 12, HTni;nm ng'sd "d Golnman do
S ., i a t, and Pearl, subject to debenture,
..t .. ,u- r]..,.. & e.&c
Also, C. r,,., I. ,.1 Itudc Island Jewelrey; low priced
Watches ,.,c I, -,o,, mar23.1y
WILLIAM T. t0% ti p- Aiicuo 'er.
)Y W. NS. (C I. i., 1 Ei No. 134 PEARL
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, ageineraloasortr.citofFancy Goods
&c. &c. July I

J. P. DIETERICII, Auctioneet.
S Y p. J. BEAitS & CO., Store No. 153 Peari st., corner of
SWaill t.
TCt I).AY-At 9 i u i .. .- i i .

S11 e at:d singd il ee a iece:iclos, steel iuld brass
perct ssion c:ips, tbiillsb!s, kniuing needles,
'. A .c.
S- ... -.. air oil, per-
rt1siory. FI e l a.,' r...... .
Also. a:i mvue of cunibs, buttons, s .Cila.1, bosomls, boots and
Also. an i Gloi roofJewe!ry- ; .r ;, ..,.r-rings,
waitcheS, br)'east r., hains, j.-4

1a l),ht Iher above natr.ed oCn,-par-y, on
S u 'i"ov(iiber next, will convey pfissons,

setdgo rsat 1. ... i ,vi :
S ,, Leave Jamaica.
S. i a ock,AA. M.
3 P. i. 2 P. M.
Tickets, with wlichie every pteror, taking aseat in the -ars, is
requieited l isui ply hi isusltitay Ie hadi at he ticket offices in
Brootlyn and Jamemica. si4-tf
-- '" TVIY T. ---., I., ,. ,'.,F] BGK-
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f ;. r r EAT Br l.ITAIN
.ent..'.. ]td, Scotsld, around i ., I
way lT,--r- I It
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Apply or address 3L1 Pearl-st,
jS-rf ROBINSON & CO. Dublin.
.' TO NEW YOOK.-The Subsc!ers are ready Io enter
Into engagesnents, fur the bringing out Steerage Passen-
gars rotm Sligo, direct to New York, by the American built Ship
fiENRY KNEELAND, Capt. Charles Burtling. It is concluded
she mill oe ready tosail flor Sligoun trie 24,h of April, providing
fifty or sixty passenge-s uPnrohl their nameris on this side the Atlan-'
tic. The rate of passage can be ascertained and Diaft. as usual, oa
the Company's agent Mlr. James Baile, or the S~igo Bank. Ap.
ply only at 334 Pearl street. -
j20-2w-y JAMES BAYLE, Bligo.
aPSE One fthe firs extra Spr n Ships. Th O vi y file new
Ship MARGARET, Capt. tnowden, is six hundred and
twi ntv-six tIns register, will afford an eligible opporturany for
Colbin and Steerage Passengers. Dramls as usual. Apply oalyat
334 P. srI street.
Residents in Boston and its vicinity, will please deposit their
motley with Mr. Patrick ConnolI, 118 Ann street, orat the Granite
Bank. j23-ltf
FIRST SPRING tHIP-The well known fast sailing
9 .'- Ship TRY AGAIN, W. Haycock, master, will sail from
Cork, ter this port, on the l-.t of March ext. This is an eiaceleut
opportmty for persons wishing to send ter their friends or blsuhiies
trom the above e pout, anl would do well to secure for them apas-
sagee by this vessel, as t is the only opportnnmity of the kind that
may olier this season. Forpassage apply to
ds-y 100 Pine street, or 167 South street.
passadoe to Liverpool, in the Steamers, always can be se-
cured oy the Robinson's Line inexltua Spring Silys, sailing
on intermediate days, obr the accommodation of private tfiniries,
and respectable Steerage passengers. Drafts as usual, on Meassrsm.
Jefferson & Godtrey. Apply or address 3S34 Pearlstreet.
Residents in Boston and its vicinity, will please deposit their mo-
ney with il.r. Patrick Connolly, 118 Ann street or at the Granite.
jD r
VANNA 1 --The well kiown fast 'ailing P,.cket Ship
NF.WARK, Capt. Dunaulm, will have immediate des-
patch. Her acconimod.,tions fIr Cabin aitd lteeoage Passengers
are very si erior, and the number heitg limited, those akortem-
barkitg, should make early application on hbo r, foot of Pine st.
114-Y corner ofS uth and Pine street
British Vessel ThIe CRUIKSTON CAoTLE, Fercuson,
ruaster, can comfortably a' comnuodate Cabin and Stes r-
ag,. pasensenrs. Drafts as usual, on thie Robinsons Bank. Apply
only at 341 Pearl street.
r;... .. ...i ,, ,.,. I ,' J, '1, thlfirnu-
,, ,I ,, ." rdirec ly
N.. No passenger Brokers eIpjlored. j23-y
beautiful atcnd very ficenew-liip SILLERY, not 6 months
old, register, 824 tons, will he Iie third extra sptit g ship
f0oo Liverpool, and leave there about the 15ih of February. This
vessel is second to none in every respect, and will be conmmuoditius-
ly arrangrd for private families andt oler passengers. Drafts as
usual. Apply or addieass 334 Pear street.
j27-y ROBINSON & CO. Dublin.
To B]E LIET.-'rf/elarge and spacious new four
story d selling house, No. 648 Brosdway, between Bleecker
and Bond streets next adjoining to Lons'isltion -al', con-
Ini .ilns sarods ol 0 rooms, ad replete wi every convenience
.: and genteel boarding liousp.
i., -" i re led wuiti or wti hoit the store, and possession nmay
be lad from ihe lst to the 10tll February nmxt, by wh cli time it
will bl reridy hI r occupation.
For Lurther particulars, apply at No. 52 Beekman .so from 9 to 11
o'clock,A. Al. j27-tFl
A4 POR SA LIE.-The handsome Cottage BuiltHoose,
I No.70 Pospetsctrcct, Brookyn ; tieLotis twenty-nina
leet f 1 i ,, I -;,. .. ;,, t. The hoaue
contains two ,..l ... i..... andgtales. A
considerable : '.... i .. remain on bond
and mortgage. Entn reot NATHAN B. GRAHA. No. 90Nas-
sau street, corner ol Fulton street, New York. jll-tf
The Anti-Angular System nt ritinigs aaein introduced to
thie Families, Citizens and Strangers orfNew York and Brooklyn.
To continue for only a short season.
M tR. IRISTOWE' of London, respectfully announces to
the Public Hi Return, after n abisenc ofsiximonths, firom
r' 'I I ..: ... -. ...I 'r Bo ton. H-ie has nOW le-
u ."'- ,,, iI,.. City for the reception of

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isle, Delormed or Cramp d, the pensoi's wr ting stay hI, by Mr.
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r== Merchants and others visiting the City, can complete
conise of leaonsuin s or 3 days I
s MSr. B. to be seen from 9 A. M. to 1. or from 3 to 8 P. M.
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[From the Token, fer 1837.1
Father, Hear I
Thou, whose power assumes the form,
Now, of this wild wintry storm,
Letit still in mniere be
Shown upon thie raging sea.
0, for hit" who tosses there,
Father, hear this midnigi.t prayer
Solemn darknessshrouds the world.
While with mighty wings ufa.rled,
Thaus the winds with fry sweep
O'er the land and o'er the deep,
Thou, whose thought from dectl can save,
Guard the lifh that's on the wave'
Cold and dreary is the night-
Snow-clouds srap the beacon light-
Rocks and ices like a host
Armed for battle, bar the coast.
For the corning bark, appear!
Guide her; save her! Father, hear!
Abosx Ben Adlien and the. Ange2.
By Leigh Iiunt.
Abon Ben Adhein (may his tribeincitae!)
Awoke one night from adeep drea i of peace,
)nd saw, wvitbin t:ie moonlight in t his room,
Making it r ch and like a lily int bloom,
An angel, writing in a book of gold.
Exce-linie peace had madIc een Adhem bold,
And to the pre-eace in the room lie said,
What writest thoa?"' The viion raised its head,
And, tithi a look made oft iI sweet accord,
Answered, "The names of those wlio love tile Lord."
"And is mine one?" said Abon. Nay; not so,"
Replied th e angel. Abon spoeke more low,
But cheer'ly still; andt said, "I pru: thee, then,
Wri'e me for one that loves his follow men."
The angel wrote, aad vanished. The next nijit
It came again witli a great wakening light,
And showedthe names whom love of God liad blest,
And to! Ben Adhem's name led all the ret.
U-Nso HALL.-A Gin-mnade Dwalf.--Yesterday,
John Dobbs, a dwarf, was charged with beiing drunk
and disorderly in the streets on the preceding night.
The dwarf was observed crawling on alL fours in
Blackman street, and every now and then tumbling
over, he being in such a state from the effectsof intox-
ication as to render him completely unable to keep a
proper equilibrium, although his height does not ex-
ceed two feet and a half. As it was cons dered that
heron the risque of being trampled upon, the police-
man went up for the purpose of taking him up in his
arms to carry him to the statisa house; but this act of
kindness was resisted by the dwarf, who said that he
was as good as any other man, and expressed his de-
termination of not submitting, to such a degration as to
be publicly carried like a child through the streets.-
The policeman,' unwilling to put the little man to any
personal inconvenience, desired him to get upon his
feet, to take hold of the skirts of his coat, and that by
that means he would help him along, as he was quite
incapable ofproceedingby himself. Tihe dwarf, how-
ever, rejected to this mode of conveyance, and began
to swear that no dozen policemen should remove Mim
while he had a hand and foot to resist their efforts.-
"Oh," said the policeman, "my little man, if you are
so rumbustious as all that; I must insist upon your
-coming along, and if youdon'tbyfairmeans younmust
by foul.' With that," said the policeman, "I caught
hi I u n in my arms, and on bringing him along he
icke, snd scratched, and bit, and, in fact, made the
most vigorous attempts to get away'; and made a dis-
turbance by bawling out and calling, upon the passen-
gers to rescue him from the "raw lobster," as he term-
ed the policeman. At length he was safely deposited
in the station house, and, being put b. hind, snored
away till morning, when begot sober, and on awaking
he expressed his surprise how hlie came there, and had
utterly forgotten all that had occurred on the preceding
The magistrate on seeing the dwarf, said that this
was not the first time that helchad been brought to that
office for drunkenness, and asked him what he had
to say in answer to the charge 9
The dwarf shook his head, and said that he was
sorry tohave so soon had the pleasure of being intro-
duced to the presence of his worship, but that if he
was released now he would not offend in future.
The magistrate said that the policeman had only
performed an act of kindness in rescuing thie dwarf
from being trampled upon or run over by some vehi-
cle at a time that he was quite incapable of taking
care of himself. I am afraid, added the magistrate,
that-you are a confirmed drunkard.
The policeman said that the dwarf was one of the
most drunken little men 'on his side of the water, and
that he often gave a great deal of trouble, for although
he was so diminutive in point of stature, yet ihe was
of powerful strength, and always exerted it when he
was drank, which was not infrequently the case.
The dwarf said that it was not his fault for getting
drunk; it was the fault of his friends;, who were not
content with letting him wet one eye, but would also
make him wet the other, and the consequence was
that he was often left to make the best of his way
The magistrate said that they could not be his
friends, those whom he described vwho prevailed upon
him to "wet both eyes"-(laughter.)
Dwarf-But what is a poor little fellow like Ime to
do, (he is forty years old,) when he is offered plenty
of Old Tom .
Magistrate-Why, you ought to resist the tempta-
tion,and not allow yourfriends totmakeyouso drunk.
You must find bail now.
The dwarf begged hard to get off, but the magistrate
said that it was necessary to. place some restriction
upon him, as, by his own admission, he was so fond
of "Old Tom."

The notorious Frances Wright Darusnaont visited
this town last week; and gave public notice that she
would give a lecture on slavery, on that evening, in
the theatre,'6} cents admittance. We have since been
informed that her reception at the theatre was any
thing but flattering to her principles or person. She
and her lecture were turned into ridicule by the audi-
ence-the mildest and most appropriate treatment
that could be bestowed upon one who ridiculously
pe-severes in her Quixotic scheme of substituting uni-
versal profligacy for religion, law and order. She was
so little encouraged by her debut on the Wilmington
theatre on Saturday night, that she abandoned her
intention of making a second appearance on Sunday
afternoon, and decamped on Monday morning to a
more'congenial atmosphere.- Wilmington Jour.
LITTLE OF ITS AE.-1" Mr. Foote," said Kelly, "I
know you are a a connoisseur in wines; and 1 have
some very old Constantia, which I wish you would
taste." Roused by this, Foote looked earnestly for
the bottle, when, to his great surprise and chagrin, a
pint was produced. There," said his lordship, pour-
ing out a quarter of a glass, and handing it to his witty
guest, "there, Mr. Foote, that Constantia'is twenty-
two years of age." Twenty-two years of age," ex-
claimed Foote," why, my lord, it is impossible!" "I
give you my, honor, it is; bit w.hsy impossible?"-
"Becausei replied the wag, "it is so little of its
*SAGACITY OF A SQUnaREL.--We have frequently
heard of the sagacity of the dog, horse, elephant, &c.
but never until this week did we hear of the sagacity
of the squirrel. Mr. Geo. Hughes, of- this town, had
one so tame that it was suffered to run at large. He
says it became remarkably fond of all the family bat
one. It would play with them, sleep with them, and
follow them out about their work. Bet on a'l occa-
sions when it would meet this one of the family, it
would make at him for fight, nnd scratch and bite
hIm. No reason could be assigned for it, save that he
had offended the' squirrel by taking from it forci-
bly, on one occasion, some of its food.-Cumberland
Post states that it is considered exceedingly vulgar in
that city, at dinner table, to convey food to tie nouth
through any other agency than the fork. It is quite
an accomplishment to eat pea soup it this way-pea
soup, however, is a sort of plebhean diet, and no gcen-
treotperson would have it brought upon the table.
Baked beans, salt fish, and corned beef, are also very
.vulgar dishes. No person is fit for genteel society af-
ter eating either of them. The perfunseries for Feb-
ruary are musk and onions.
'Dnsc~axorrnos OF 'HE WHIn PAarr.-m, lhobnlrcd
. tnArtky nmaowpb, andpchldiahce tao, hnasercdydfn
joagatrohi[V]euunshisatt]bfrgg9S tot765 hh2ct6t-5t,
no asankoduaioapEaliReldastdhss.nattrWhYYcK0W
Xdrofie!bhirn.rlttat-iatriIhdeicsetodrin a)vlOE-iflnrai
? l / la j**wnJ Q.Xpr&!qqqq:jhmuwweactrmop
336g 008pfllfostu ?heeelhi(ZRx); !i..

ing, in Part I, given an accurate and explicit descrip.
tion of the Pathology of two of the most fatal Genera
of Human Diseases, Marasmus and Diarrhsea, in all
theirknown varieties ; andindacated the most proba-
ble and approved mneass of their cure, Dr. WILLIAM
EVANS proceeds to inform the public of the Patholio-
gy of others, which are but little understood by any
except the regular and well educated members of the
medical profession. In thus disseminating among the
many, a branch of knowledge which has hitherto
been confined to thie few, he need not repeat that he
considers this information to be of vital importance
and inestimablevalue to his fellow men. What can
be ofnaore importance to mankind in the present life,
than a knowledge of those diseases which are con.
tinually bringing it to a close? And of what know-
ledge ought mankind to bc so thoroughly possessed,
as a knowledge of the maladies to which their own
persons are exposed ? The first diseases which Dr.
William Evans will describe in this Second Part of his
Pathology, are some of the species of thIe Genus Li-
mosis, 01 Morbid Appetite, whiicli forms the fifth Ge-
nus of the Order Enterica, of the class iCmliaca ; and
treat of the principal diseases of the digestive function
and Alimentary canal. Limnosis Cartialagia or Car-
dialgy, aun impaired appetite, with a gnawing or burn-
ing pain in the stomach or epi3astritlm, antd a tenden-
cy to faint. This species differs from dyspepsy,
which will bec described in its proper order, al-
though Cardielgy is sometimes an attendasit ofDys-
pepsia, as it is of a multitude of other complaints.
Thie first symptom is heartburn, a gnawing or
burning uneasiness, chiefly felt near the cardia, with
a slight tendency to faint. The second symptom is
an extension of the pain to the pit of the stomach ;
anxiety, nausea, coldness of the extremities, failure
of the strength, and a great tendency to faint. This
is called syncoptica, or sinking heartburn. The third
symptom is ant extension of the burning sensation
over the whole region of the stomach, accompanied
with the rising of a watery fluid, usually insipid, but
sometimes acrid, which is called the water trash.
The first symptom is most common, and affects both
sexes. In the male, it is frequently caused by the use
of spirituous liquors, obstructed perspiration, depra-
ved bile, or excessive use of purgative medicine. In
females, by pregnancy, the use of too copious quan-
ties of very warm or very cold drinks, animal fat,
butter, decayed clhecese, and sometimes by night
watching and care ofmind. In children it is frequent,
ly caused by worms and unripe fruit.
The first remedy is a .good aromatic tonic, for
whilst magnesia and soda, which are commonly t-
ken in this case, will seldom relieve it for more than
half an hour, two or three of the CAMOMILE
PILLS, taken in a good draught of moderately wvarm
water, have almost invariably accomplished a cure.
Their effect on the heartburn of pregnancy, and of
children, is always successful. Two of these pills,
taken during the height of the symptoms, will gene-
rally relieve them immediately, and two of the beau-
ful APERIENT FAMILY PILLS. taken at bedtime,
wi: remove it for a considerable time, even in habits
that are most subject to it. 2. Limosis Flatus, or Fla-
tulency, impaired appetite, with an accumulation of
wind in the stomach and intestinal canal; atnd fre-
quent regurgitation. Great restlessness, anxiety and
oppression attend this disease, which has sometimes
produdesl not only hysterics, but suffocation. Rt is
frequently caused by drinking a large quantity of cold
fluid when the system is highly heated ; and by eat
ing raw cucumbers, radishes, alads, onions and other
raw vegetables. In young infants, it arises from the
inability of their tender stomachs to digest the great
quantity offood with which they are ovdrloadesl; and
the best remedy for it is to feed them for a time on
maternal milk alone. Adult persons of either sex,
need only take a few of the CAMOMILE PILLS, to
experience speedy relief. Their carminative and aro-
maticproperties alone, independently of their high tonic
action would produce this effect, with certainty and
STOMACH, rejection or tendency to reject its con-
tents. In this malady, from whatever cause it nmay
arise, the efficacy of Dr. Williamn Evans's Camomile
preparation is known both far and near. To married
ladies, especially, who, at interesting periods, are all
subject to it, these pills have always proved a choice
and favorite acquisition. If the nature of the circum-
stances admitted of certificates from these ladies, he
has no doubt but he could obtain hnanyv thousands in
this city alone; and, as it is, every lady who has trcd
them will not hesitate to recommend them to anoth-
er in the highest terms of approval. They are, how-
ever, equally efficacious to all persons, of any age or
sex, who may be afflicted with sickness of the sto-
mach. Since a single trial will prove this fact, it is
unnecessary to describe the scientific causes of their
happy efficacy in the case; one general cantuse, how-
ever, is their effect upon the seasorial funelion gener-
ally, which is well known to be inseperably connect-
ed with all disturbances of the stomach.
Dr. WILLIAM EVANS'S Medical] Office, No. 7
Division st. near Chatham Square. j16-lm
HI PILLS OF DR. W. EVANS, exert a specific effect on the
brainan.l nervotis flaid, sothat te ipalpi.1.,ii ., .- i,.-.ii.,i..
hand, hedix7.yeye,nandthfelutterng a-. ...-. it... t1. ,r -
fe t, like noxi onus vapors h o'brenthe ben i .. i.n .., ,,. ,,, i r... ...
sun'i. The tonic med eina is ibr ncr-oun .-. *, ,. ,.I .. i.. .
indisestion and its con-oqleences, as w .. ... ,,. ,,..i
rentdistentnonot'tliestoni.achbelehings I. -.. i...i- ... ., i, 1
ity unpleasant tasteis thin- mouth, rumbling noise in the bowels,
nervous symptoms, lafegiddess, when the nund becomes irritable,
desponding, thoughtil, melancholy, anh dj-,te.
Hypocondriacism, low nsiits,pa'rn-iation of the heart, nervous rri-
tabi:ity, nighitmatredisiirticudsi.oe), rleuntatimhs, spasmdue atffec-
tions, dimness of the sight, andallot er ervomesi symiptos. Di. W.
Evans' celebrated Tonic Pills will elttcta sp edy and safe cure
The various WEAKNESSES peculiar to the faiirnex, conm imme-
diately under the power fh Dr. WV EVANS' TONIC. PILLS, and
adies fashion and respectability in ttiis coutt, try, as also in Europe,
have found them to be the bet mn. dical appendage to the toi-
let, they eve- meat with, recruiting the dicayad spirits, disimating
the headache, dullness aodlanguor and, reading pleasing vivacity,
aa-d chasing away iclanncholy. They give comfort aind strength to
the whole system.
Reference of the great efficiency ofthise invalnab!e Pills, maybe
had ofDr. W EVANSonily,7Di isan street, ncar Chatham square,
New York, where thePills awe s id, wholesale and etail, and tiy his
agents in town and counemtrv. Beware ,w eenii-rf'iits. n s-3m
1BLE MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS, 159 Baweiy, and 15
Ann st.
These Baths are anImprovementon tho-e of 1Mi. Whitlaw, whose
wonderful cures hav -established the character ofthe Vapor Bath,
as the must I:owcrful snuxiliary i mrnedical pructica; ani Dr. Jack-
son's own practice in almost veryy variety of disease, ias been
equally successful. A lIw of the sipecific effects nf the medicated
vapor baths are-To remove thee fTlcts it' mernenry from the stem
may relieve difficuty of breathing, and honce cure Asth t a and
other diseases or tho cleust and lungs-tog;ve stm'itathto tn, sto'
mach-to he digestive organs, atilecure distiepesia and its c nae-
qnueit disordes'-to cureacnte a,,d nchiliiicinflmnialion-ropromoto
ile peaiinlg of serolunos, ani eronir. ulcers, amitd reaMovi thei -
tic nails ant I;-. .,,. tr.-.. I---i..-.- .. .. 1. -. ,,;-r-..I
or dropsical ...ltt'-..'-1-1 I. -i- l. ,, i I I ,. [,..-,,,I. -, I I ,1,,. i ...
any other ae ....t I- l n,' i. I ii i I m i i I itllll1ll.l .II.
o ase s, E rysi --I. m .- i l'i ..... 11 i l.. l iI
E r u p t io n s & : |I I I,1 1 i ,, 1 1 1 .. .. i r i ,l, ,,, ,
thy spriter,- -i...
For the truth ofthese assertions, Dr J. appeals w't" .. ..
to the hundreds who hia, e tested their turarvte i '. i i. .
baths are hbsieved to be tIne only onas mn pp.-rnlion in thai country,
utnderthe direction ofa rp-ulur physic an. It is -roper to mention
thatthey b-ar 111 resemblance whatever to thosa cmnpoyed in tie
Thompsonian practice.
Visitors canhave a bath atany hourfrom 8 o'clock. A. M. to ialf
past 1 P. M., and from 6 to 11 in the evening. A female always
in attendance to wait upon adies at the Bowey. Baths during
tie day at No. 15 Ann street. d27 If
M.bbEDICINE, an inlhlllhlel cure for R enmaism. This nadi.
bine has more testimonials in its tnvse from clergymen, physicians,
and others, than permpas any other pretuaraoion now hbefttn the
pubic. It is equally epfiacioiss in Chrontc, as weUl at Inflamma-
tory cases, and being solely apveetable preparation, no restriction
in regitmen or duet, ieed Fte observed druite its use. A great mtny
certificates are in their hans of tlie agents, wi'h wtill be shown
with pleasure to personswishirngto see them. The high staodinis,
and disinterestedness of those who have given tlnera, an th e for-
cible matsder in which they are wvrtten, must ron-,tinucotinc mnoot
sceptncal of the extraordinary virtueuoftiss preparalion.
Forsalo, at JSon Doyle's Book Stdre, 29s Pearl sl., Ioohnllo and
Veniilge, ala hireenwvich st,, Cendersoos Greeri, corner o f Rrsad,
wey a.nhl toward st., and H. AS. R avnor. 7m Bwonvn ca29 sms
piR BATHS, 25 Jotn street-I. P. CARROLL rettrls

ote. thpl)!ii. em I------ C I
Iiihaiie on l r erl 1.cas11. h visited ,h'l *'i r~ l ..Ii .. Jl. .* i .hI .r
II J l. li um.tr ls, n,..d idI.. r... Il r..i ". 11h, r i ,- -hl. i.

"iiiI i ,h eru ll e ai- ii i I o ,I t I in .... ll
tel tie pultti "luc"
I have en sfor vanysisun visited the 'a P i o hnd ist a nt to
in S Inn attrest, rondnctt-dhy Mr. & SMrs., .... n ,, i..,.,, i.
satishied. -ri-l-f thatptoe athsare ndlineste,. ,n d ., it t,.. ,i
and attoenitien. T.EX. l I C I t'. p,-I :
I can e neerfitlcy stale I-Ist I hase found the B aths in Jehi street
well attended to aendevror cotmn w fthe patients consulted.
VtAt,EbN'TItN] MOrT H. 0
I have bees for sminy yeanrin the habit ofsnndine patients ta Mr
& airs. CarmrolP Vapor authes in Joins st. and lmavehtaknn n-item h'-e
tu'isdh my-'elf, stiesn dtocenisosm m ad reasorn lob henstioueri wittt
theakill mind atten~ien eft, twhih ebthy were adessnistretd,, int lb-
lieno that *n this respect Mr. & Mrm. Carroll leave nnthihm, to benle
sired bymale or femarh bathers. WM.J. IAGNEVEN, M. S
The Baiha a'ein constant readiness fro t s o'chck in the morning
tll19o'clock at night. Portable Baths, wit, competent prisons I.
administer them, sentfto any part ofthIe city ir Brooklyn at fSm
mulites mioltse. No conemon with amyothserreeatashmeuL
dl7 7w*

For sale by JAMES TARRANT, Codtin'ton,491jGreena isastiert; adhby HuU Bowane it Mai- N. B. Aferue tAhe p'oprictor' seal on the under Iao nf fnech
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AVING prepared fir several yearn a Syroi of Sarsaparilla, Ml cMaisulted at his office a unual, in the txatmient and cure Bi
11 which bas been highly approved of, and administered by a secret lani elicate diseases. His extensive experience and unre- been assailed by the proprietors of other medicines,
nunberofthe most rvpectable physicians, and which lIas far ex- mitted attention to these diseases, have secured for him the enfi. mercenary Quck because he is said to re o-
ce ed my mnostsaitguile eWpectations. I now with increased con. dence and favor of the public. Strangers are apprised that Dr. E. Icr ry uack, because e is said to ecom-
fidenceotieit tethe MedmnaltaemIy, a-nth t nnennecomtunt- has been regularly educated in t cityoflLondot,.andthat hewan mend his Medicine in large quantities, and that no
ty, as richly Concentrasd Compound Sypof atsapralla lt r the fir many years engaeed in extensive ho.|ntal practice In this oun- iin
cure of chronic rheumatusm, letter, ulcerated sore throat, pimples try, frthe last twenty years, he ba confmcd himself to a certain good medicine is so required. The fact is, that any
on the face, scorbutiaerutoas, bi:es produced by an impure habit branch of the proession. He iill beibfed at lI office, No. 17 r
of the body,eryAsipilas or St. Anthony's ire, pains n the hobies Peck slip, near Water t., at any lihe during the day or evenitg, medichltn having Mercitry, Arsenic, Antimony, or
produced by touree nuse of Mercury, syphiloid jiiections,scratola until 1B o'clock. Secrecy auy be depended upo .1 Hentlok in it, could not be taken in large doses, be-
&I aedalldisondersansinetrounaalimpuruorCntmninatfed state Jlie30 IR.E'VAN,2. 12Peck slipt. oK i I, ul nt e t l dos,
ofthe blood, a&c., it hs Provean elutalutaoul remedy. f Rro | f t JOHNSON is e asulted conlidentiahy at his office, cause if it wrr, rtch medicine would destroy life at
and are created hy an ipure orctontaminated stale of iteflood; iNo.17 Duanestret, between Chatha and Wiliam nsts., o ,once. He does not say the medicines to which he al-
thtere ibrotsoeoyandstasimep al e pphicatiots to firer the d tsease t L. .-t .,,7... .... i.3-ynorrhat. Giceats, Cchancres,, txic-
theok inttheadostemn,,etert na an a. e 't t .... .........-- ... ....t...t r e ttntrou d`uicasesarisingfron ludes, have those ,..r -,h, ,I- them, but it is evident,
back into the system, there to risnuin and -I, ,'1 j~ter e0il.entureal poiso~n or itnlrmper treatment. Dr. Johnson oolgag-ssto
I..:, ,., ."....1... I ,. ,t eIytto ht;e- c.to.. r nyrentitin in two or threedaysandthe mostin, from their directions, that great care is required in the
eradicated. Inorder toclle tht l ratd object, records should ..,....-.;. -I, ..'-.-'.,.tiit e, without the uiseo'a de taking of tioni. Now, Brandreth's Vegetable Uni-
c.Ii, t, b, t thi, i grand,, i t,. ,, I i no Jt............:. ...... ... ...... r 'pre te; ftion aiOtit business. Per-
",h. ,' ,, ,-I .. ,,* ]'. i- "- ,,. '', ,,' .'.'..-.-;. 'I. 'd;. a-d. .... "... .. .. "... .. 1 I Johnstai'sca( ,.. -I". 1 -. versal P ills cacall Ie taken at all tim es, in large or sm all
'1' --' ... ... .. .... tij.IcIt...........1I-versaP.Pillscal.e.ta en at.all.tiet aggravaieds-m, i
1.. .r. ,' ., ,. ,,''' I .".,1i .,,........, d.t.1,....... I.. ,, pro-. Sores. I- d1 &-, healed. Strangers. ioulddo doses, according to urgency of syn ptotnds.
I .... .. .., 1,it, ,, ... .......... 1... ....t r O,,..st t"I,. ........ .. ....... ,. 1.... .. :... I. .- O ne of those W ho apply this epithet of M E R C E -
:'...-..'I .. ., .. I .... .. -,, ,, ,, i,, ....,.. ....I ,. repared .. : I ... ... .I.. ... I 1- ... I., ; ,'*... -,N eY as,, of D r. o a y s fpi th e o nths,
,,,,,. .........., ,, .,........ ,, ,, ,... nevcrllc whebreud d,,,, ,,,,,.,.,... ,,' -*...... NARY, was a patient of Dr. B.'s for three months,
ti ii1 .i ,1 1114 I ,, t .. ,,1 .... I adegree. Ln e r ot-,ih h re i u d ...c ., tI.
... .,,..71 ., .I. :.,; !.:- ... ,de r ..L r ... -i.... d ''.... I o .t:-r s Ise forwarded..h. 1' ....-- viz : from M ay to August, for the Piles, of w h ich dis-
I .. 1-'* .......' ., .... I, ,. ;,: .i- :, .,, eh calle r n, i .; i. .... for[i-.tso sel '' h Or + John on ha m vd ePc d
..., .II....... ... '...Ih... ...- .."' ........ teder 1..I .. I- s talt at t Dr, Johnsonhas -mav ease the Bl'idreth Pills e'ltitlelely cured hiin. This
,I ,'' ....,, i .. ,, Pot ar saiti '' '' o
-, ., --,. .......i .1i, 1.,,i ,.. -I. ,.....t ,.... IP-otterath ltOCTOl mtA13CRT,,, late a Surgen o ".the 4 y1;' man now advertises largely a Pill, which he professes
.. I ... ,I..... ,i .. ..... i .- .. SoIs, itec a t-bittn, '- r.t Pi, t,-,,, ,,.. ., will cure every disease, and especially tlihc one tnder
,t It .. .. ,1 r. .. .... t.... ore Throat, i .. I L -I. ... ... .. 11 .. ., w which he labored.
I. :... .. .i.... i. ,1,1.h .,,,,Ii 1 i... ... .. 1. ., S uw eTh create p i. i I ~ ii i l l l i l I .
SN ;i ,' .... .: ,,I. ... ... .. w t t t o tex eat .. 1 ,, ,I ,.: ,, It. -I "a Dr. Brandreth appeals to the high estimation his
S ., ,, .... i ,i i., .. .:, 1 ...i ,t physicians i.e i . .. ... ...... : ...... ., .. ..... ..,,,.. Pills are held in in all parts of the United States ; this
.I .:,, ... ,11 I ,, ..... -. i ,- .. tire Dr Samuel ti ,1 "l ....l." ; .... -I,, 1. 1 ......... .. -e is his best answ er to all the vile allusions of intrest-
Itn Dr tttins, Dr tint lIt Dr Levi, Dr Bradshtawt-, tDr Leott.an ti a base c '. .. .. .. .. 1 I I,, -,.
D dlso, v &Sintelirannma yolh1,u da erso ...th ... i .' it lScrs..s wom ve ttt;jtturel lho,;s;t veb'ltytDe 'pa a dcrei: ed persons; whom he leaves to banquet on their owa
... .1 ,, .. .,".., ., 0,l,". .. ... ,.. ,. ,. '," .... s ructive hna it,are invited to call. A lyreventivomr y be hadfor en vy. j -l2- n
l..... ih, I ,. thererOtV loatel tcilatitlisoider. Office, 218 Fulton street, near
I ............... .' ..j'.. ...... ..... t...r. .... c-, ui roi Atttt s If r e ny.THE UTILITY OF PURGATIVE MEPn-l
I. ;, t:, ,;`.,i..,;,..1: i. 11. i ,.m .OCP i.O. CI)RBITT ltte i bcconsulted in tire .,lost CINE is becoming every day more and more tarn-'
!-., ".1.,, ., 4 ... ...1 .. .co.... .... .. ... .." cInl fidetia m neiv ii t hstrer of, h ce .. A..... ..... ,1.I 1' f;est. Read the following case and reflect thereon.
.11 1;:. I. .. i .. 0. "I .. 11. I ... I' .: ,. *. .1 .. ... .. C an. ili s N e w Y -, .. ; .. I .. I
,. ...I f ... '. .1 .... .1 i... ,; t-, d isas s, old b tinate ers d ser sit wor LIVER Ct., PLAINT CURED I
,. ..I i, .i .1 ,, .. .. .,, .I. I. -... I .. bla der, rt ra, a d ki e. il l ,1 i c. 12, t e t
1 ... l!.. '.. j' ... ............ .... I 1 Dr. B,_. ..- tovingeen eifficeted tr teno
,. ...,r..I ,..... ..,.,.,1 ,, : ".. -. I ''.I.. ,11 II I '.. I. .I .II ..I 1 .... .. I. 0Ih -I ,.a
1 ...I .. "'' ''". ......."'I'n.n I ...";n. 'nl.n ..."n.". .". I n... ..".I'.' i,; tothes"wit tr, ell use t,,,1eIti.es, "g tofictg ve ua l d hopit w ia n t
In,. n-'. n tl''I''[ IJ 1" '' I i ,,,1., jnl I .. In, I ,', ( .;., .,~ lll I .. I...,,h l ... v ryt rmitrth trumde th u !iofr.eganp at ho...v,...
,.ie a.d l. I.tia hec-I s, I,. oj. ltsI., PI .....I s td .Is. i ... c...t' tm. t.- ll ..,.I, I .i. t. .1...... ...... 1 ... Intothe ( try, leftmy business, to lie l peace; u bt hea h, gof
I.... IuI....a.,...U. ....,- t..I%,.IF...... ......I ''-tat I ..",.1 -I -. ... .. .11,, o al be m ed I -..--
sres and internal abceses fistula es, iles ,scaldhead setr,i bls (1 ....t t It d. .. 1 .... -.... .. .. .. ..... |... ,. om,- It .I .. .
l'i.. ,, ]. i. '. -., i- 1 -' r -' )" .. ... ..... 1 ..L.I I ,.I ,..1. .. i ir ,I '.i 1. I I .. I 1 .. t oIblnsr''.., t i ,,ib orve I r.1. ...- I ,4 ,
.:; ,, ... ,. ... 1 .A L..I I I- .. .... ... I ... i 1. 11111e~ t u~fi ~ s 1. I ,.. .. .. j,.. ,. ,......I .1,',I.; .;..,, .- -.1.I....1'.... ...., ...... .. ".. y ," uY, h urk
hl,.. LII I ..I ',, ....,..'1.hI.'I I '[.1.---... "I '' :1.,"prtLGlelloeinCXl ... I- I.1hi it I.... '.h.II' I I ..I .I."I."I. I "I..1,I -i ... ... 1.. -I I ..V. I:,4 r I ; I...I -far +tyolk
:!I L. .: .... ]I1-]' r % 1 ..: .IhI' .211 I ,I .. F I c[ h -' I I ... ... ,I giy en to those e I".., I.. I 1 ,, ,, ,... I + ,, .1 I... .11, ,,,I ate atb berty to publish the i bo~e. ,
'I. l..hI .. I .'1 i, I ...-. ..IIh .I [ III... .,- ...i1" I .. ln three days, ,0 .,.,, ..r...... %- ..,11,.i. i I ........ ..I h .. IY u s w i h in re p c
,,. .... ... .. ... ,.. .. ....I. ,,...... ,.- i.. ,. paintothepatii, At. nielic e n may e tad to prevent theoccir. (Signed) LEW IS TOMKINSOpN.
..... .. I ... .. ...,.... .. 1. ,ir, ... ,., .. ...... I.. ,,, renceofa .ertaii tlisaIe. Tie n st i ooablhe se cy oierved.
ties. ta general termsitis recommended in alltlhoediseases wichi Attendiancc (in ly fronm 8 A. M., to 10 P.M. n12-y Brainprlr'ets Pills.
atlise iroo impurities oftheh blood or vitiatioa of tile rumors ol r tO tTi[HE U ]ORTUNATEThi miT Bi .-. t maimntle*A .
whtatevertnatneor kind. ropatul NFyd toR .1. E- '.. 0-1l.oisemeatis BEWARE OF COtNTERFEITS.
Dr tillman's Compound Syrup of arsaparillaa, has been found parit'sarl det'eatved to you en'avi. .i............' f all etlo A th e srOF CNcDrggist.
highly useful m many ambiipitus diseases not hcresapeified, and it ltS, spclocs, hcae., piat riae Beun adiveratetd for theulas three .
has been edwtthiiwonderrilsuecessas aSpringan.Fall punrif r, moths, afwihaveaterpr ct hterdtcat i. It is very important that whoever purchases those
by those subject to complaints 01the chet, and whose coustitu- ease. You, say, ewilli have s inony thousands in- i tlroad don Pills,.should be careful to have them from theappoint-
io reuir ch er ll d et to t or three tohave recourse to tie only alib lte ere for those prtcuai edagents, one of whom isin almost every town in the
bott es in smraig doses. Whenesera ditdriuwe lt consider dt ees- eases called gonorrihea, gl. ets, "enlini weakness, antI tile wtlokUi t as. n Iohisnis inalmostyevertont insthe
sary, tis Sarsaparitlatakn in nmall dsers, wili answer all its pur- train of symts which foi o &c, You tave used all, nowL trI United States. 1 his is really very important, as tltere
psearLo nmnchpaicntieat knieosmallpcoses, atm inswalo ialleitsr P us htti !D.Et tavClhae ntrle itxtr~nlae
feinhemor- one bottle 1o Dr. Emfnb s'slebrated Gotnl Mixretu, xtt. ai are so many imitations, that it is al.iost impossible to
ablesman e, thian the ,tlomn diet dink. if by thle se of onebotteyou are lint entirely yCurted, you t little procure the genuine without adopting hIis rule.
ubution---lnthan thene atmof itbesp +inrtk f rt.na' on eit that you will immediately have reclours,, to another bottle,
cautison--- tn eonseoiettce of tbeutuptriority of Dr~tilltuainu Con- "arl
contrated Ompound SyrupofSarsaparilla prepared y the now- which never fai soferadicatingit entirely. Altlonugh itis a ittle Above all-NEVER get them front Drung Stores, as
uapleasantatfirst, itisasureeurethrtheabivenamedtdiseasesof under NO CIRCUMSTANCES, are they ever ap-
proces. over all the oth r p.eparations of Sarsapana, and the ousndw veuseditcantet. undr NO CIRCUMSTANCES, are they ever ap-
great demand for it, attempts lavlbeen made by persons ignorant his medicine has sod he test oftalyears ofexrienc, pointed agents; and it is their hands the counterfeits
ot" Process, to imitate it, and by Copying the whole, and bothby myself and several distinguishedrphysiciansboth in this are principally in. Therefore never go to such stores ,
sometimes a partol the direction, to impose tihe-irweak andinert ilyaninother. Sothata treaffiotedvis ar cipally Ian. Therefore neerd- where solittle honesty is.to such stors
syrups o the public as the same article. fuldisease would dowel to hove reatse to weth t med ins randis.
To ard against the disappointment that must necessarily giveit ta, inpard trial td therby benefityohurseacin any The New York Offices for tire exclusive sale of the
arIse y being deceived by any of the fictitious preparations, tiot t e t a arPeof
purchasers will please ask for Dr. Stillman's Concentrated Coin pockets. Brandreth Pills, are
an, ,,,.I r, _.-r',ii......] rvthat ,each bottle ofthe _This preparation is takrenw itlhont any risk, inconvenien.eorss- PRINCIPAL -187 Hudson street.
S,,.,, I, i l,,-vt,, b,. t e .S.nbesatl o e pension from business. Those who have made useofasinle ot- C N L 1Sp c sre
g-,nue .. o"ie have been convinced of the easy method of being eurea of the CENTRAL--I Spruce street.
aur sole, wholesale and retail by the proprietor, A. Underhill, 8 above named disease. BOWERY-276 Bowery, between Prince & Hous-
ASe-ltcrr inttwea i heprmpl letter from Dr. K. Hammaon(], New Jersey. ton streets. y2
Beekma, corner Willac street, whereallorders willbeprompy Dr. J. Emomons---Please sent me another halfgross of your cele- esj12-fm
Also ibrsale by Dr. Hart, corner oftBroadway and Chambert.; m rated Gc.nIrrhea teixtore as the last mo u t net me is a on see
Shel ItOrCanal whbtahbeeontorattionhinke- E VE RY hDIPOeAsNdT Or1ICE TO THi
Dr. Syme, corner of Bowecy and Walker at., Sheffon,ICa thi-vesoft iPUBLIo.i-Dr. Dn JANON, wheontinues treating with the
at. j A. & B. Sands, corner tfWilUam and Fulton &ts Dr Guion of the kind-ere orlered to the public. Yours respt-ctfutly, it P ll-Dr. ON JANON, ovio continent trrattgwith tte
KELLEY HAMMOND, NesatJersey. greatest success, ca es of Venereal, which have been given uptby
comerofBswery and Grand st.- and at no other picein this city. To .J. Emm Also Boston, at Apothecary Hall, t18 Washinmtonst. Price $1 per for the ure of the venereal disease that has ever been invenlted to itnor him with their conidence-- e rtessesa a great anti-
bottle. Tb
Titsistocettify, thatlhavesold my rightforepreparinglthesCon Theingredients from which itis compesem areasecret, atthesaie niphiliticinfalfhbieureforthle-,nreallittlhe mostinveteratoe fcet.
rentmated Compound Syrup of Sarsaparila, t Mr. A. Undebthi, tmeienttfieall- cmhnbed. Parsons wcho are affli 'te, wtho wttuid be ctnvine-d tof tile fact
corner ottBeeoman and WSlyiam fsreeto, N. York, to r t rice of valuable medicine may be had ofA. Underhill, 38 Beekman an sea patient now under the care of Dr. DeJanon, at MI Caou-
crne tlono dlanrs;d diatll strititat Yon r ftemni thepr i c yoe' cor. wn. st., principal1 agent; also of Guio,,, Bowery corner sins, 33 Clinton st.,a- I who wi ll be atliberty to ask any a ues-
onethoursanddola;ldated tis a t dayofSeptember, intheyear Grand st.Dr. Scheifin, l4 Canal at. andtnoottherplae intl- tions respecting the admirable program of the case. Aplya0
ofnour Lord eighteen hundred end thirty-siK., city. Prices t Per bottle. d29-:11" Broadway'
ARI AM ERICAN-"V'EGET'ABLhE REI- 'FOR is the o- atheny effiaoiou ,emedr in ptese,,tuse Unvetsa Sir--Feeling interested fur my fellow beings, who are often
15 NOVA I-NG PILLS.-Thise Pills have become uo muthiett ms an mften
known and their efI Ly so w. t established in Dysoepsi, Liver y cttiled DR. PETT'T SPECIFIC. Unlike tlm hostofthecried victims of ignorant quacks of thisity, it becomes a duty on me to
knowaand teireilraynoffica si o seitdin et'etu Lie up s picfics ofthe duy, it Dima.inrreased in ipublie e-tim.ition more make known a fact which deserves public attention. I have, un-
ComplaintsBilious Aflicttunsad eall disnasesarining lem adis- till iay medicine hitherto hko"n. All desi Ous ef eflbecuaiy foranatelyfor me, hade aBsere attackofamaady, and have ap-
ordered state of the stomacland bowels, orobstmeructions in any of stopping Gonorrhmas, Gloets, &a., are strongly! recommended ,ts plied to several pretended phsie anas. and obtaining it relie; I be-
the natural secretions, and especially in these peculiar to females, nse. For sale wholanle by A. B. & D. SKnds, corner oFu o n P tgtfean todes tair. As a lastresource, (asn then thouiet),I went t
and forhabi nualeatcostiveness thnt it is deemed only necessary to say and William streets; an-I r-tail by J. Syme, corner Wa knr and the Hospital a itthehlope or fie dingthero some physicianc pahle
that there are for sale at the office, 4 Atn street, and by R. Lek. etiowe y-J, T. B. Nones, 64 Br.aday-S. J. O,bor, cor ler ons- of r leaving nte of that most horrible of all disorders. After re-
wood 411 Broadway A. Blakely, 242 Hudson st; J. G. Shaw, oan and I ownry- W. Horwel Corsor iHido..I r,.,,.. -.i ...IS mo rainge there two months, and ftndingthat was not likely to obh-
130Bmro.y:W. Simonson, 65Fultonteet;N. B. Grahom, 90 T. R. Austin,, sCarminestreet-andPeterh,,r... r -I .c ~, tL1 tainapermanentcute, Iagain ad recoursno to aprelendedprac-
Nassau-st; J.aH. Hurt, corner Broadway and Chamber, and corner ,a,, opposite Amity street. titiper who promised me a radical eure; after rean ning under
Halson and North Moore streets; B. Quackenbush. 709 Greenwich ec, i, 50 cents. j21 tm his chargee fbralongLmeI fllund" insteadofrelievin gme of tht
street; S. Dinna, 145 iebthi Avenue; G. W. t. mbruse, 71 East i dcent. i im his rdergeIoratlngtimeIfoundsinsteadofrelievitigne ofth
Broadway; A. B. & D. Sands, 100 Fulton street; J. Milan, 1s t WARD I-SPCIIC MIXTURE tor the disorder, l asdaigeingore, o suchaaamingetnttad
Sshteetret5(mmitnREWAR !-P IC rCMIXTURE, for the tite disease tote arrived, that dneaith ostmetimeorfancied atorad me
Broadway ;find Hull & Brown, t18 Maiden Lane. itn Newars, li o 1) care ofronorrhma Glets, Strictures, and anitogou in the aselace tnt,f arnidatef fr me, Imustrconfesson edseleoredm
m the .ce; bat, tbre crptely ti me, I hast;eonlsnpereivi
William TMttle. At Albeih y, hby art & Vandenburgh, and W.LA comphi-tsoftlr organs fenecratim n one oftthe daily piipet, (theasin,) soos n a advertinrmntaof Mr.
A uharton. In Trot I.,. F, 5.i .V l- ,--,f] ---,----.--.-.,de by f. 0oall remedies yet discovered for th ,above complaints, thi a ue Janonpromising a Cre in the most inveterate cases of that
Fuller. Portnle, s0 ,,,-,.,.I,.- I...,,-,,:,. -I ,.,,.v-this and the mo tcertaimt dreadfulamaiady; ldeterinined, at aftbrlorn penac, torcallatdasee-
manyotherofrtlte states. I It makes speedy and permanentcure, without the least regard him, at his restilence, No. 40sBrettdwy, aLd happy am I t oinfora
DROPSY CURED.-In tlIe monthiof May last, Mrs Robbins to itit, drink, exposure, or change in application. tobusiness him that I shall remember thttlay, and his superiorskill, as ltonfgr
was takn., sick with a ioe e.it inlfaniniattlot atout her breattt, Iat- ire give nt long quackish recommends to todeceive the public, i asI live. Hand I int received tiis-I mttst co ifs naagiie rsdicne-
,, ., I,,... 1 ... .1 --j ..I I, 'I- ,A,.-1.1.,J,-. i.......,-t.he medicine doesn-ta speak hr itself, no one slill speak for it Itsishotldere thisleen n smheredt withthe dead; itis nowabo ttsi..
... hi,-... It ..,, .,I '.,;... .... ,-,ri,,,. Our, objected ttoniotif whero it cano lie bait, atre h tal atdthe tt propritr teeck siwcek I om teseeem taeiae isti aniset-s-,rhility, having taken
S .. ,.. i'. .,,' .I ;. .. : .1. I I. I -,, ,I -- .,. n-of recent GOaOtawTil to be bro gttit i .. .... I i. t. tr.h...-.1,j .. ,.1. i I.. r tn est obse oveda eoe t
t,,,.,:,.,... ....""'.. ;, I".. ,,. ,. .'.. ..,. ,... '. : ,U .1, -, I! 1..- I noteffect a carapidcureIunderaforfetureo 'I ,I ,.1. fi l
b., I. ., ,. ..h ...... .... .. I.-.... I....a.Ip1.ls...1n ranforf-eitu0." ,,reoh I .. I .. I-.- -, ,. -I opuooot1hal-ba
t ,..;.. .1 .I. I ..... ..... I ., .. : I .- ...j,- This is a disease, thatunflortunately pe vades al rantsofsociety a yours, res. ,, etfaly,
,,.I. I ,, .. .1, I.... ..J,. ,, I...I i, i ..... I ,,I high, lowrich an l poor, matrimonoan and single. They are now tjl-.m* -HY. MUGGRtEDGE,3Sl Clinton at.
... .1.1 ..... .. ... ,. 1... ..i.l .-.i, ....., ,..,.. resented with a remedy byt which they can cure themselves with-
Her htall, soont baetai to amend, and i Iten daysshe was able t Dit thle least exposHrc,in Ihe shortest time possible. Frther, the E ICAL CARD.TIestdy vetoed upon aertai
walk aboul tt htoutso, and cnlinued to gain untilsltelhas be en n l diseas, cannot Ie contracted irfa dose ofthe Mixture is taken a rnehi oratie y Dr. -TLOVER, cestudy bestowed upon arcertaive ho
tircly eliev o I from every appearance of dropsiod nffoition, andiher night on going to b ed when exposed. e Ltanch ot practice, by Dr. GLOVER, continues toreceive the
healthotthliwisenucl improved. JAMES ROBIN, It is put up it bottles with full directions accompanying it it S confidence ne f the public. Th ose who are affected with gf le ts of
7it street, niarathAveta. a bottle. OnH bottle asts a week, which general cur i standig, and all diseases arising om ipuriy of the bleed,
New York, Octolier2S6thi, 1836. are cured in two days. and such protracted eases ashavebafitdn ti skiTofthe inexperiene-
Persons ,.: I ,..I .1 inquiries in regard to Mrrs. Sobhins' For sale by Mihtor & Gamble, 193BroeSdway, corner ofDy st d o, will ao wel l to coseu. tSim at his ofice, 2 Ann street, nea the
case, arc .. ,-..-i. I o l'e, oron M s. Hinian, 145 Eighith Dr. Ga on, corner of Grand and Bower M. C. Slecm cor. o American Meum. Separate entrances and separate oies. Pri-
Avenue, wohshad '.. .... .i, ,io as R,.,,.l. ,,- ,,,l r,," N. 7 Jones & Huthinson, eCor atentrance. 3 doorfrom the Mseum. dio-tf
,, ..i,, i. I. ,- ,.-,.. ,,-i-. I', i l t m an e I-Ji ... ,I ,_ .l I ,. n
A N E D.aAmurM93I" BANE retpectfnlhytender; Ilisaprttfesuio,.atservices "No. 4, Peck-Slip, first door melow Pearo-street. (late Dr.
ANGINAPECTORIS.-Dr. Sears wouldmost rspectfuy OP al its branches, tote citizens ofNewYorkandvicinity. Aidertonts)
i... ,-,..l.. .. It ..;lh ,',,:I,"."...., 11 .'., e lO t mi] i Malryyeamney eriee eie ilet Soth, and sinethat time, a visit Dorto, Carpe nter h avi ng had th e advantages ofa r regular medi-
,.. ,,,, ,,,, o .. ,, I. 1, .... cas ofti si ttheirteic,..l depa. ,,, n,, -ase soIti tn- totecfirstoei.cnlc depart benefits ci -, .. cal etucato ,nd ,vingreeeived is ilemofd r the src ,ice of
.... n ...l... i ...1 P...... ., i,, I.. Persitcsp ubjct France, enableshit tt treatal Cran t .,r fi.. -, ].... .. ,I, ."I. l dunasic and S.i-- treothi s t ietbe Yo rk State Med ical So-
.., pai. .,,,t,,::.. br, d. ...,. .- -,, n goodt health, and proved and efficient manner. "Iiety, anti havintgaytw eanty-thdee years general and vcry sue-
'.'h,,,, : a ri, lhe ..:... ., I..x .. .., edy,unttl, al tarm- Tharoe prun" ofitnintel'iientcommuenity behopes tomerit by c etsful eractic in this City, devoteshi persenal and undlisvide.

b~a~scspciltyIh letandoreiiafectngthalel am.Thoidsese skilland ind adganle, s~attention to &aieindiiults. eesra T" ~l'i ot^ "nb plcbet
,, o..- r. t r!- r ", ,,. a .,,. a ..itle. !nA s disease skill and inde fitiale te to i at. e attention to the ere of all diseases, ineidentto frail h anity.

hrisno oabt tire cause or a(asit ofLie suddndetsI, hrpafight of sqeltais fie7 rn tot ewe re n osesre dla o-nni~
is n ot te unse mst o te sudden hcat s itie freqet- As evidence ofconfidence in his treatment, he begs to state, that andparticlarlyto a crtam class or trait of diseases fr whd i
ly occur, ail ari denominated time visitation of Gtod." tspro- isne shall pay fp his medicines, used ii strict compliance withhts Ill ....s$ ... -,,, ,,,; .o1Iiti.icine, abound is the c aohmms of
,.;,.-.-.,... -.,, I .; .. ..1.- .. ,, ... -, Unpleasant sensational prusripriaon,unles they prove benefictiai. I,"e p -.' .ti-;e" '-'.I A to retreated agreeablytotea
I.. --..I.,.,.-11, -I'.... ......... ,, ie lhoerpart ofit, at- Anual Cntra, tis for137. symptom that tay prcvais, and the various stages and changes
.tendedi. ilh 1 a ibtotit hite breast, at morepi tti arlyane te i aidise and an i entitle heindvdualtoi necessary medi-tloy may tuie nte-i.d hence the test reflection must satisfy an
left side andrefon ofttheset, extending ofet to the older Califvice h urine the e e. d issenttte trinhad that nopecificanostrum can he ap Ticable toafl
blades, es teciaTY the left, anti offt ins n thoeuleft art ng theMse Steai dastniing. estittetlmo cndiificates neposryd can dsp
Thse $10paid inadvance, shatllentitlethe individual to necessaryad Crisee Z mta opefeosrmenonpial ol
subjeac e to it re seniorim awakened fwitn yarsor msfsoctior n hice anl medicines ldurirg tthe year. t.he extensiveexperiene ofDr.Carpetertin all tstagesand va-
r,1 it i .breathtine, ',d geiterail expermihete a 6 ,lort e of injuries by accident, o r unnecessary exposure, and all chronic rielies nofthis discaseenab es hi m to ofber a speedy and thorough
breati an sometimes lapittio teheartoalki tdiseases shell beexecpted in the annual cniratcts. cure nt1 to adopt a class of medicines se"arranged and corm-
whereint isi acsevdgoragtinisit the windi ortip a flight of stairs. O ffic 77 Grandnstiet, between Green and Wooiterstreets. poetunded as not to oflend the taste, or lead tosuspicion. GCon-
Thessyuiilptosare sanot oistant, nd the persomin oftenscltjoys good j I2-ms undutoralyiunkaown to therdirtary woxcks ofthe day.
health, exceaitdurin tg Itts paroxysnms uewhich at first drnot asfreque nt. l. Gruuln' yrl un onttin o Ited DaG ST

ltertir, buet setif ootichbente mare fteptttt atlnd- h sti oficPe 4 Ann Sgnery, B.ue Grands reet,"" '" i-.,fr n eurec rtem o
lyctrebutwhichecome more frequent ended il HA ILTON, A Surgeosn oftong tanding, and a.nL
rtfat t t.;. ..... ....l n. i ,Itlttg suddenlyfatlit 1 -Bowery, crnerGrand reet, where argeasssrnnet of t f il or aam yd tet

1;.1 "",I'. ... ..,' ,-"" a t t a il l ~ ^ g ^ G i n Sn I c m l il h ,e u s o m f )l a nd u i B o f'd w oy J B Nontefrtc lees, 4 (fr a natomy d 1?m e c rne
.rd"^"" an pratic "" T"" physic and11 sorgery) hlnlan y wngrtlu telns i.cetf ngtoth nropsces, y m Wltrasec-D.muonoredrnl trenad towr
I m i.;;t.., III" .....i.IIll-.... .. i, ,Ig.1. ,rn.ig a wmtuch attwg c!iirg I A d rfueer otmy find Faeiarticlesteda behaid ofth- -S. trtieiOf t ho y sf sic nf sirgegry)fErot ea omy Harsdmthe intery-
... .,, ,.,,. i 1. ., .. ..1 oI .rnit rble experi- first m lity, at oaand on the ma. streasonable to ne Cs.-Als a mine
i l....,,I,.......,..,, riwheat times expe- ABERNETHY'S CO.ItPOUND LIQUORICE M*IXTURE, for the House No. 105 John street, at the corner of Pearl street.
i...! ,...... -, .. 1 ...1. -,.., I .. t ot him at his office, C6ogbs Colds, Asthmas, c. Thie success oftis celebratedh mix- iwernhe may be constlted on every darise incidental to hinman
40 Atnmstreet, aind makesueht ntqnidtn1 n maysatisfy thetn. iure whticNh has een before the Americans public but nie moaSti, nature, rommil oruncmmone delo icate or indelicate. The mAst
CaRTIFIAcMTn.Th esubiect ofthids ntrtieln, although hav-ing the is toLy astne-ihing. Hundret.s s certificates have poured in on deperatendenscrieton ses a tred i nfroptwon to nine dps.e aores of
aeertieo etreice-ttrmtl i ortv ra r toe hsenttn agent trote all uuirtern. etery other dhescription in a time Proportioned to their state and mla
at)casranieeof enjo)yinggoo health, hll for two yearsor more boe rten aetfo alur
mu-. h f -i'. ...,i..I ,, ,,, .. i,,,, I ,,--..., ,. ,,I ,'iTefo tew ingis a fair sample. Ner dm rebesaid toan intelg i t_ e, Attendntc at allhoms. mt-if
t' ...] '1 IOt' I %..... I .a. ..II..nl, i -,,IIh," ..11.ii,",,I 1,, *'.,,,- ...4,r gent people?1-R H RYSAT IG N PLS.
0.,,i,,, ..-.., mt. -i,,,,. t, ... ,, J. .l,. i.,,. .... Dr GoI t.1 D Gn- DliearaSir-Aeeordingtoysuradvice, IusedoneBottle I EdR. CHERRY'S ASTRINGENwTan PILLS.oiCn-
thte hicatlteceasedexertion or iiit mii excieltt would ttrens of" Aberitethy's Compous, LiaummrieeCongh, Mixture it ais en- Estabhshed purely nbr the radicalctre of'Chats and ing con-
trteseulnpeasantsalinptonisand.tletipro. iliceat rningsensationsI tirely curedsmeof the verysevere eod pianthacking caug whthic tinne itrbetral t barges. esWhile ise or two bcao s ptfectltr
He applied to Doctor Sears and ndner his treatntnet has expert- thien had. Gratefully and thuly yours, ".It--- i..1 tiCeCoototlu ated -Let itia
esced great relief. Roireeote can le had at his office, 4i Ann Signed, B. HOWE. --- --.. tt' lI.,f ti foas ra eLrrene them.For sal
street. Neow York, Nov. 16, 1836. wholesal and retail by A. B. & D. San dis crner ofFulpton and
...... ..... ... ... .- Willtiam stress, and retai byMilnor & Gambtle, cornerDey street
tCertificnte of Mr. Smith Ey, of the finrmofBallnrtettstl Enly.) Dr. E.M. Guion-Sir-I comply with the request onry family ant Broadway-J.-J B. Noi.es. 644 B.roat.y--J. Si.e,.corner Bew-
r i'etrs I hvebnsubject to a bioan fectio, ,ic and miownos grateclul feelings i certifying to the perfect success cry a nd Wa er street-Dr. Guion, cornerGrani i street and Bowtery
redeed ap ,icafI ...' ... ',, ,. ,,, .*..,..o.r.,r tin, s -ithw hieI and seve al of my fiamilyhave Used Abernethiys -S. O iotle, corner aHousn t n streetait Bonrctiy--W. Harwell.
.. :r. I',...,. ...i......I. -li, I r '. IIi."'..".. .. 1, .. ,,I,.t'..,...i CompointdLiqtorice Cough Mixture." corner Catil a indi Hudson store ts-T. R. Austin, 46 Carmine
.., Ih,. ., i.. .I I. i.. t .. ,,, .. ... .. I Signed, JOHN INWRIG IT. stret- ni a eter l uonmet, 5 S ixthAveniue, noi p aitoAm iy stret.
S "I. '.-. I '" T ... ..... I..... I .. .,...." "I -......oNew York Nov. tO,13f .Price.e s I Ier t i e.
-11-..t-. 1 ., .-- -1 .. .1 it% i.. 11'*I.. .*1 ,- .. Il-N.B. Those o ftflictedion ith Granre are wo arranted to be capre(] bo -
I .....1., ," ."l, ..... I .. ..."i..,I........... I -. 1, b. ---- GUTON'S Cetebrated Wormt Drops, already knsowtnassa Specific these Pilla. Retirrecce utithantiflei't may Iteproduceed finns A. B.
at!. tideda bUn pae, anil ne Ilr i treatmenet iosi----u---l..I fr thiuscorttge to hife young, is particularly calculated to aetss & hi. Solins, cornet Fulton and William streets. j!21t Iin
11,. P.I.;. 1 ...J.... li...i, i -...- ...1 I 1,. it .. i.-j -t itself to tine minds oh all Mt iothcs. woslde in atins ara suffering tiomn
*...h, T i.,.I.i.h., re.moa t,. ,.. i ioti. Personsiwts- l thisdreaits I 1 disease, as tsmeritse are aready estabishedby fri- IIUNTERTS RED DIROP.-T a nkskto e D.THnterof
.-.. Ai.", 'o, in,,.'., ad ..I.. i..l teass arit 71 ultoni quent tstinonialsrtt posrssionof the proprietor,a triaelof Bottle I-1Gtterg, the vetiereal disease is disarmed of ll its terror.
st YNoreet. Sl o MITH EtY. isllonvince thir. en mstsceptical. ..A single bottle of this infallible roemed is noow proved to be suffi-
wNew York, Nosetbter ti...., d i-, m GION' S UilttsanciihPlster, estatlienet as ac infalibte renmedyt Ienet i tire most nveterale cases. The medicine i prompt and
for Corns, the o mast painful; also, for old sores and chilblins of decisive in its et ects, and require but a etw days r ant frequent tly
ONCiENTRATE-D COMIPOUND SYR.UP h ltstatnding, oisai art le ofgreait merit as htundUreds wilt test, but a few hours, to remove every particle e of t disease from tie sys-
QT. t .," %i l .to%-NE r r, e I.c ., D,.,r.... Irl-,il.-I, G n -: I Likewise, for sale at Un ideril', t L--...... F. 1,.......... -,William; Lens. In its o ratnoin it ayy be saidltoart ike magI e, i itut
.n re I ak" R'':"1'. 11d', ..... Il "Hrt. I Ir' 1r and C a ber s s11ee N w Ycorner Broadwvay sldI,- 1hi.... '.i.... i t. No 35 .l y1 a e .1 sc ene or n. y. ,,e w e |
.t1. .. --------.-----------.-..... ..I1ctnttr' crirrusryot tit. 'et-i-et, No. 55 oti after ill conlsequences or tscottuentoenes whamiever. Both
i, :-- -' .I .:" "'t. 's ",'. '"" .,Am'.o-ti 4 .. srxes nmayp tUeit ,'ith perfect stfrety, i ittei t r ntI to Cureim
an. ,,,.f... p. ..r ..... .. ,,.I I ,.ttle -l .-- -I I-1.i I....).., I.. I..11t totsitices or sitn.ation, r anyrespect to diet. Price 1 per lott e--
-'- TO ..... ,.........I ,V.............. S, affi]e 0.~ml3 icinDIVISION STREET.- o l siu imessLeothforserntemcaei .1.... it ny cane. sol,,,... .tNtNos.30 and1i Divi.-
"1 ... ,,,, ., t, i, -..,.. h -.. I.....ier D p -th se 1t1 t by J. LEVISON, Agent. All intercourse stall be strictly
"., ....I. .. pI.e...-; .. I r 1 ,,. I....... ..........II ......-... ofe erythlnlg thiateser i ce.wasayknosnm for thi e Venereal, Inow t a tst ila t onfideltial. il I -m i

pettp blh r I tu! hm te T}rpis illre "iao t r emote perm itsep srth wido os s ine it e euprncipped se ta n hrat ar et r eeged t o mibas rfit t lnr n ei tn u .I I
btarll fanrocoas nee rs n ed f looatuteer boote, le Writyelrsigin has r io istltn weh Ltat areof tilt so easil der I' .. p...t rt .... ..,i .B .,1 i... .C....RG .T

tite adotce colAd inly ti, 3antIetilt iscorsersonfWruits n oiterattarte oftraine t eI l areenud es-er smtelay Neu. it ar wi-r thn Ei nm .L..T.. inuaentl h or hd arqaited or i eakoess.itt tm
Ys, Mnry, .iSensateotnearn, enwlt st- eD BitrinnGrands. Jrei esim S .mat.lavsd1ev sery ti eyun LEAIotN Norpiart ht breast n, sb. b.....r in EV. i,,a..l.... guil ..t rat, I.,,.ero.,r

Boldwinmt fatiia l e wio r, Not .t thue Itrse.tte ut. i pa tin t tlu nrm ofl S HI pertin h a ntdbttttrenh s otki itt e l kine ecuedp b to e armis ngsnuh plIt, tn t 1 dsrpi a ... i ttt coogtn..11s ., 1. ..olds 11t- ...a diliu l 'o
aes h Mat e Anti s-in.m r I men r ait aislue d be hompstt, io ronit p-d j O tie i.g.11i ,I n.. .o. ,, ..... g t,-o,1s f .t,,, ..... get.. t|isrtrst t,-
Dr Syare, Bos-my cornet Walkem st, or Galen, B orer y corne r Main anD l --cea it trtH y sveed I-mms Y. .e ,, H .. ..t. 1.C. ...... I ,, ",.t ,r,..Ar,..l.F.. .1 11.a r1... ..li.. .,,.

ra dshingt on treet rys, lu l osB;Mr.3Gold S im ngtaenyo~street Sees Let thfi---.-i r inleicois w It h ouma n e ,corfi an ..C I. ,: i i'i ., 11., ,. L. 1 ...i..i i..
GJamd ot. A utherI hisslon, Mr aig.tI treet.Srel j t laly as esua duiuug the day antic ang-Ht- denoes his are free ron those ,to, lrctit1s so mini tire sit irt-;,sotuabl- .aid.e
another- lster-- Co this, n P" t' St t ro bott e thS-tm personal i mttmntionm to a se lect breath sot the Irrifesslon, ittres .. those ..... ,,' .I- .- ... I. ,, I ., ,I.. .i.-
.'A.UTIION TO I'51EH PUBIsIC.-to-tAttPPER'5 athhietedwovthecoilhcnteiatodnnd deplorable eiscs, On! such as tare ,it.,, ,i.... ti, i.. t r,,.,,,t. ..... iI- f.
..tOUGHtttEMtiEDY..-Thie pnhbcleear cadlianedl ngaiost pur. bodiledh the skill of the ties rerren~tsad, nay amtthi ovutih coafidetio ntim eytltenisails wt-io lione --.i,l in- I..' h -... i, ,, I ", i, ,-
e chasigBanter's .houghenitedsyotn terus onepetthtesdswof 7-Srane areagp.ariednserbth ttnd. BG. litreeived abrleos msi matli- t.ry cault.int. Thearc -li-,,, ...,. i, i., ,n .... ,1
the oigmnat tproprietom, Men. Abnnait tHarpcr, th~e ib simile ni WvhOne heletlducati-in in Pnniuct~ian xi,!ihas nocetennctiontltilhthe ad- prafessioni ; situ! there is misi- t Li -i 1 i i-''l!I,.I i,.
signattreirenedndnl nntC r o nthwir. t. tIpptroft.h .p..hals. Tie O ermsiagquacksctba y Ofi Ni..S*Ans 1. scar Brodt-i. th Unitd t.'t I o.Ri, rpe, ihtat should iest-t tlo ara it, thtemm
Tcowine article co he hado olly at i 1 .as ost. Auomld eawbhere is Puivateentrnmcethine!ddotrettsdm the Amian Maseunt Lanop wmith bn.ina .or iiflue, we isenmdea iotedth -i theireoim-
Agets- Mt. S .ptepn, Vti V sae ik, S sSS. M t e rn, lartletst., el anyierinwr t f l .itie t. -t ,1
Y.i MSr, H rtevetsen, B. .rst oti. Nee'. Bri- sas.ick.". J.;T. r n ALTRHEUI9I,SCRhoP]LAmRlING'WORi i, lilcTl l I\RMEb, ir.... ; : '
Btdiwin, Fautir 1t. N ainrlt, N. J. ..rs. .,, Vai, Chetentrntr at an SMINGLE wanI nlldecasesof t tteSkit, cred by the geaimn octr, .-I li,, .... ,Di -. n .- ",, ,,r-
Jlmes&i lsanst Bralh hyn, LI..; S-hunoC. Tlnompeon.,Setup- a, a.tSEY'0 OINTMENT. l -e a' R'l ,)-,.I l -

I at ten a c si wa ne g r ac se. e. r.. .- ,i- h,. e. rn ..ile n inlll -
hineitIn., States Island, Mr P O Ul N Sin u, corner of Main and This svo'dcrince, ,1e" ..re, ....... ,...... I- OR ,-,----- .,
Woashisgtond streets, F i uah u .Mr. Gat l Shlnt] Ba terldsot ard stat!,'Sciamt tot set in" c\ume, oviti tr n uris.. :'i t... l .,RGA ... ....S" .... -iC 'I'.
JamainaL. I.; UC Linthera Hltkohecs Mr. Mahlowews Oster lndy ySan- T p se.,rs coet-ods, thedresderts vllht lb n t, Ina wut,--.---- i I -- Ii.' i ...a.. .. 4 in cure anI l ar
gert s, CUister a N Y G.IS u tto n d, Utie n t Dmnio l agsh, Ct6 Fli dthem aeqaned wiln tdisar rseret tresn res I I ii', i. ," I o ... .. r I ,, u l. ith. ,v
thetiotuer, Eccunrde Baidign, Iartard, Coyn.s Henri Ketehim, And unregerdet h"ere, on! flowers, and blossos,- -- -- -- ..----. i-it. i t, i ...b if. ii, I ii. .t"
Cahl Sharinrg, L.+ Lmntn~s & Wtot blttnn, utth Goumity, N. J. Disitlay undreamt o"ioer owvshten gathered ....i "t .i. i .i .,t t. i. n[it.I I 1 -i .r r,,.. ,
townhiel-pHitriset C F e,;t-l C. si,- l F,.t ,,it Oraege ...-I;,- :t I ,,+. ,i, ,... ,. i,,I tie, 1 .,.i ,,
IT wishan, x r.fem ey ti-, a. I' i' shh lis Tite Oi toes u hoteino t ni ver he mite! among thie 1 i. ..i I 1,0 I a. d ,o ,
rilslen, N.e; lnt d, wen- iiy th, it-' g lasl audrieisedpraianeeittnd t l ih t i sesre y f lehnasttini cnr n m. S i., o. ..... .. r i .. I -... d .
T hias,& i.-areene a ..t w ....ti... i-,i I -,.1 1. land en- tm imtoa lady choIil sh i, n i io tnit t -r ars y C.S H d k l r-im-icaD slt otti-.o t 'rner
do rscud0 tmeoutside ,, l.,, ,, ... mm.- ittas, a nt-d wt was aer s o fir r ar ymett ai othi e r i oi e I, atii Ish D octtt or lItr ,is (t ii o1 D D t-non st. near Chathiu m sii na
nslO+3me em n. Sitil bro t t. led dait ,ci ei, ti l htlth bet e d y tvst th-e c t an tlr tttt la, h alan l hours a 1n-.
taeus ttendhance ,- .I-------------------1I" '' i'ntl.. Isbt it little -' 01 -""SL c- tR ORGO--R~g
E DE'S ODORIFEROUtS CO!PIPOUNDS or Persian Stwest oireoibesnf-, 5..,. J ii' -I '1','1" t.,rhti It r Gimny '" .IL UR; R ON I H A.
t-Bas-r-aerrtofulli etrfitmetibr seeing thetmo s, udrawems wuartl- fieti stro on; ely uxl tseritiiio teryee n DTi. yS t ie t t Int I s -t,t5ixlAN Aeni) ,..SEAS"S OF THE tt N A IY
roeas, Sr. andv anu ehcectual preend.-C n r gainat moth, prepared lnintly l m,- tCe tit. ast -tirornn. meeartdcomnlusaed tne manirdner iK I MeR\ COJIIPOUNIS BAtdAMt 'iLl S.--
lrom a~itideiouus conmhisatito olthuc chiciestitouwern, ontp by Boht- tof prgtar,.- thba rensedy to tIme present propn,. t,,r, set,, t\i i ,, .... I tthe rn-st aeroable methitl o5 eine unti tarm
ee tO l. E~ne'u, Chemist, anti herfamo, onsdbn,mi neatsilk bago, at S tifihcted sytob lhis disease for imalmty yei-rcs it intwh wse unan merely ao.kuttihdlredI try I til li bn~tvi 'a, r eotrse 'o 0 t, f Ibestti
shiltinceeach. cureithy thie ei cacionu- Ont,,-ent Simirin mli. ,....... "I .- o,[)+I tii.tllvtt I hey iseodici in tba ith vi, crises. ii1 n tnes
i-It itan eseeltent teisedy atolst moth, afactwvhih lautieow il sic, hae ne aulttonethurt am-et., tio titm n, "eII Inc it. I net tooe wt.c y 'inca! over every ty a-i to e in th, t" mut 5
do well to beanin msind, theim thnp lay by their miofib, manUastifo cemphntsarndItundi, darereoredeytoanteat i's,ffic,,y. Sr leo, o resntrteeay i-umr e n. FP, '-leh~e stiur,,.nnt I fsi

gets morolntopnuhicestiiotion, t t.lsthcmntsusefslandvaluahle stre, t; Inn Milnos &Ga~mbhi,'. nntsof It otioa.wa asd D yet e t ; [tmr, t,S0Sisth A~entnr, oppo iteAmilt street.
uureparasionovar dicoverod."--Comert Journaj by 0. D. Otteeiahal .cors-rrof Pearl sit Itio stezreor by J.1.5J Pria.-, Stlper box.