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Title: New York transcript
Uniform Title: New York transcript (New York, N.Y. 1834)
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 32-54 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Lynde, Willoughby
Attree, William H
Greene, Asa
Publisher: Hayward, Lynde & Stanley
Place of Publication: New York N.Y
Creation Date: March 11, 1837
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Coordinates: 40.716667 x -74 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Apr. 10, 1834. Cf. Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers.
General Note: Publishers: Hayward, Lynde & Stanley, 1834-1835; Hayward, Stanley & Co., 1835-1837; Stanley & Prall, 1837; William J. Stanley, 1837-1838; H. Payson & Co., 1838-1839.
General Note: Democratic. Cf. Fox, L.H. New York City newspapers.
General Note: Description based on: No. 57 (May 14, 1834).
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val. v.-. o. as4. NEW YORK, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1837 prsc.on1c.nt
PUiBLISHED UAILY BY B3 READ, REFLECT AND JUDGE.-HUNTER'S Kir- ENVIABLE DISTINCTIO.-Ila the midslto: a ge [(From the Nes, York Mirrcr.] Repiote I ur the Trati.irnijt.
S TA Ni E Y & PRALL, RED DROP.-It Is now threeyearslast Augustisincethis neral, and! in many instances an unfounded preludice CONOMY, OR CUT'fTING YOUR COAT ACCORDING POLICE OFFICE.
At the n.rofr Anu andNassau St, medicine was publicly made known in theei-y ofPhila- a -ainst wany of the medical remedies of the day. Dr. W. TO YOUR CLOTH. The Old Th
tO IMsOceloftheNew2oYorkcMirror, delphia. Thecircumstanceof its first publicityy was as EVANS' PILLS have the enviable distinction of auniver- "Waltah, have yonu any real turtle "-" Yes, sir."- &Hlegns ofld 7 e.-Thestore of Mesers Coon
pposiote1 170.& 1Hi1ginst Of No. IS Bowery, wa-s oil the. 9th
n TEari OFADVERT lSa ces, $ follows:-A very particular friend of the subscriber, a sal ar- rotation. They are perhaps the only medicine "Andveniscn?"--Yes, sir."-' Andwoodcock?' -"Yes instant,rohbed by two notorious thieves, named
dqu roa ear nt s, l do week, t7 young man who, by his upright conduct andfairdealing, publicly avertised,thathasthetfulla.dunreservedtesti- sir."-"Thenl.tmehave armed herrnngi' Spencer Stafford and William Sma'ley, who
,1o pmeon th s, 6o> I 3.darlys;o 1 b hadgainedo the love and respectof every person he had money of medical aeen in its favor: ift not the only one 'e Waitah, tLis vwal you ldmtbtleai heard were detected byMr. Higgins, in the vry act of
do 1Imonto, 3s 0 ao 1 ne 'tlas 1 intercourse with; at the ageof 20, in an unguarded mo- which gives full stltsfaction to its purchasers. Dr. W. Merng your plaguy ell: Stealing 2 1-2 yards of ribbed cnsimere, wor th
Paers y me o5perst anum n avc,. ment, contracted the Venereal Disease. He immediately EVANS has the osatisf.tion of knowing that his CAMO. Yu'n ol O hereupn my word, about 815, from their sto, NoLwithstanding
-, hesrtweekly Iroraeocript, ter the countrY, is a"A`nou-u-thoelte abo ns1, wo teire cuSto stle, t ada
a9 Thesmu weekly riTno Dolars earn ad appliedto a physician, and after going through aPourseof MILE or TONIC P;LLS are not only regularly recom- No (doubh!, vou'v go: a harder fine te vagabonds were caught stealing it, and at
,bl.sIIedtthis othe, Prce, iw unamedicine,found himself much debilitated by Drugs, and mended and .r'escri;ed by the most ex ,serlenced physl- Of viands readyv d'lrest, the tle had the stolen stuff about themyet they
Scc,-, ... thediseasenn better. iHe changed his physiciianwith but cians in thedily practice, but also taken by those gen- A ,ar eotrnioriswine, res ted to0theoldtulebysaving, one thathehad
SIGN OF TUTBE CLADLE. very little success, and so continued for three years, uin- tlemen then::,elves, whenever they feel the symptoms of lquosrs e'vall hat o ould wio- The wr andthe other tiahe had not stolen it.
"~~~~~t 4- ] -I C kI Yes,sl'r, we'veall fhat you couldwivi;-- They were both Committed.
7 1-2 BOWERY AND 1) DIVISION STREET. til he got so low he was forcedtokeep his bed, and being these disease in which they vWel: know them tohe effica- Be ple ed tot'ke a chair- A lue Soekin 7Tier-Th
hi S f Fri a er t full tI slls reduccdlin purse, hegave up all hopes. lie continued to clus. lHe knows this, to be generally the case in New PPo;t;-Ip n i tn an a soupsand ,Ms- et Gordon now e 7 Cfa s1oup wb
continuesat his old stands atthe above getworse, and ihally got so low he was a complete nui- York,Philadelphia, Albany, Boston, aud otherlaig cities, I'll f ch ert thryon o 0 ib at. e o pa
places, and bemi tankful for pstfa- sance: his tears of remorse, anguishandrepentance was in which they have an extensive sale. That they should Nore f our wines cal e'r Complaina, l estra robbet pdof t1y sliver r mvand a
vors he Soli itsit fort ereo iti uari e o SO SthForor ugreafe iis t rej dice andenownst ds.lver Forgae tcis Chii? r nowropSlvetwat hf ile rop rty f T om as K no les
Slts, he solictsfarthcontinuan so sincere,thatthehearts of his friends alahist bled far thusconqui.rprofe-ional prejudice and Interested oppo- An master'scnlaciarnd hampaigne To enable the thief to effect his purpose, he ha
o a~aI~l public patronage-.ietifoefc i
Havlngpurchasedfliestock of an extensive establish- him. They one and all tried to obtain the best aid tor sitlon,and secure the agencyof the most eminent and bcst You cannot match in town." break open a chest in the forecastle while
mentinBroadway,nhcnwOtenrsvne ioaddintotrnl him but to no purpose. Everytime we met, thequestion linformedl physicians n the country to render them useful "Waltae 'ballaexrIdagsnce Knowles was getting his brealkfast, and then
tre, among whi rohareDressingBureaus; Pier, Dressing, wa, "Well. how iRobertO." "Going to the grave- to all clises;, cn only be fairly scribed to theirundenia- ToI'livou acanc steal the property, which was cafuly wrapped
ietrnd WoritTales; pringseat Sefas, Sideboards; thereisnohelp. Thisistheflithoneofmyncqualntance hbleand pre-emninentvirtes. BrngmlIferring Red in a blue stocking in the chest, and was from
Bureaus r entire Tablhes, and avrs1yo eratclthel owest that hasdied with it:" and there is few of ray readers but Enviable, however, as thisdistinction is, It can easily ..... n. thence stolen. Unfortunately for one John Po-
priceSconident of beiprglable toaltodai0to sell them as whatcquldsay thesame before this medicine was pub- be accounted forIcomticintrinsicandpeculiar properties Amusing Case.-Commonwealth, vs. Frede- !erson, a black man, this ufortunate bite stock-
che ity. snot cheaper thandou antry deothaler establishment in othe liclyknown. Ithurtmyfeeli gs so to hear of or see him, o'ihe medlicineiself. It does rot pretendtotoo much, and rick S-- : before Recorder Conrad. Ing was found in his possession immediately
city. southern and country dealers will ln t an ob that I ceasedasking after him, untilthree or four weeks itaccompiishes lilthar it promises. Dr. W.EVANSdoes This was a prosecution institute by theguar- afte the robbery was discovered-ergo Peterson
jtao. H.B.tsnowmanufaecturing,aud wllsoon have in after, Aethis mother and prepared to hear the worst.- notproUtnd, for instance, that either his CAMOMILE or dians of the poor, tor the support of a certain uwas tOdVsaired trhe thief--ergo e s taker into
binred Soa soidtead an crib, wof hichs he fl:tfrs himself Judgemy feelings when hisdevotedmotheranswered,as APERIENTPILLSwillcurealldiseasesbymerelypurloy. it egnitate bal ling, which claimed tledefend- cut d s commirredfo trial.-
will meettheapprobationofallthosethatmeet the pr- tearsof oy sprung tohereyes, thatcher poor boy was get- ingtheblood; but he certainly does pretend, and has'the oung, well-lokigmanr ad stoutil de. iedtwat at, value 810, was stole t from r James
bat ten of all those hA mncom p lain of a Scarcity of repro ..hin0bwa anoi C o en$n0, w s So le
ndewmftt .unore roomthpn0acmmen tiligbetter. I could scarce contain ?ra:yself-- who was authority ofd,ily p ; forp'tiveyasseltngthatthce se as* gayLolha hhl adye d _.enans at No. 23 Cherry street which was
Sofa, anwhenOpencallhbemade to accommodate two ox the preserver of his life," asked 1. An old Now York ,nine, t ai., him. The pros~cutrix was Young and pretty, but tooe property of one Jonathan S. Hwbblel-
fourneso. AoIn s Patentu s hairai ber, physician," says she, and he orders nomedicineexcept jority of thediseases of the Stomach, the lungs, and e unfortunately Dutch and deaf. She could un- In the same house lived a man named Martin
S.doorofficesandStoreand counting rooms. Likewise some redstuffin.a small vial, that he takes 12 drops of liver, by which impunity of blood is occasioned. The derstand no Verson but her mother, and her rolo- H-. Duane, who saw on the back of another
S hisBureauiand Wadrobe Bedstead, ail of whichmay now nightand morning." In a weekhewas sitting up,andin blood is made from the.contnsoei f the stomach; has its other couldunderstand not a word of Enulieh.- lcd er named Charles Richards, pea-coat
be seen at the above places. dhd furniture sold, one month perfectly cured of the venereal. The young lod colorand vitality given to it by the action of the! unsgs It became nec-ssalV that the mother should i.- Which Duane Lhonght fitted hito tou much.-
bolghtandtaoenison chane o rderatthehrtmanca be produced andI now enjoys excellent health, andasitperformsitsdutyin eirculatingthroughtheveins tsrpret for the daughter, and that another inter- Duane, in consequence, expressed iis opinions
'i iiarticlesoffurniturerasetonrderattheshon' and when Ithinklowmany thousands havebeen rescued *'nd arteries,has its yellow or bilious excrement, which peter should be appointed for the mother. Iln about thie unfittingness of the coat, to Hubble,
et noticeand on the mot reasonablaterms. d2lIm n fromthegravetby this medicine, my heart swells with may betermeditsrefuseorwornoutsedhments.collocted detailing her course of love," great difficulty who agreed that the coat did not fit Richards,
a HVEN AND IIARTFOD STEAMOA LINE. EKAN gratitudetothegreatniverof algood, lii'c:iharg:-,itt r.; ,'v; viscora, than, are the was experienced in rendering her communication ut tre it on himself, when it was found to fit
intelligible to:: tdhefCourt.Tne dlct at hrslk l~,ad ulimaeyturedouo behi
RE .--rhestaboatNENVHAVEN, endured and found the old gentlemen retired from anatomicaln.echsmorapparatusby which the bloodIs ntconble tea gloenu ayt ro b
Capai 3. On J, Stoue, and the NEiW YORK, usiness He told methefoundationof themedicine was _mannfactuted and pre:;erved and It Is therefore obvious herefobreabvoumes nec e tounfold e n coPt of h e day. from |knn i the
tPlace, foot ofBeksmanst, for Nw Haven, daily,Sun- frona receipt he purchased of a very experienced physi- that the state of these should be th.e first osiderationo Considerable merriment in th more Cort house in fore pichards t o f the day. Th apasUlucky untitn BrCaused-
daysexcepted,at7o'clock,A.M.andat.4 1'.5M.onSatur* cian,whenhewas travelling through Germany, by the the physicia-. Now there are various causes that will defendant. But, though the Jury laughed at the well, whither he was sent preparatory to bemg
days from wharf foot of P ike St. Returnlng,.one. of said wl eedn.Bt huhtl uyluhda lawlwihrh a etpeaaoyt en
daybfromats wileaveNeharf foot of ven aily, Sundays excepted, att. Returning, oneo said nameof Hunter-thath ke had used it in his practice ever affecotand range these organs with which the blood has frail fair one, they believed her, and the tune of tried for stealing the pea coal.
bokts A.il.eandolock, P.uM.on Saturdays. since, andneverknowittofail. My friendsadvised me nothingwhatevertodo. Thusthestomachmaybeutterly the defendant was changed when verdict of aCloaking her Iniquity.-Mary gnn Sumich,
'Excellent Post-coachbS willbe in readiness on the arri- nottobring itouton account of the name, but what con- debilitated in ona moment, by affright, grief, disappoint. Glty was handed in. a lack woman, was charged by Mrs. Lydia
.pa~l oft h1enmo0ro`xag boats at N. Haven, to convey Passengers IGlity aspp aned t isfien. sfo ecblafote kex wrofmaeconea hrogaerad Waynutstreeta
Talof theory Providence, and BosatN.Haventocon; also, through ich- sideredmy duty bore down all opposition. It has turned ment, heat of rhc weather, or any other nervovs action; He applied to his friends for security for the Rexter of thecornerof Water and Walnut streets,
feld daily, via Waterbuy, MondaysWednesdays, and out as I expected-the sale increases.continually. It nd lie rendere wholly unable t digest its food. Is the sum required-but in vain; and he stood before witt having stolen from her a Circassian cloak
Fridaysand via Woodbury, T'uesday Thursdays, and is prepared not oy any foreign humbug, but by the blood toblakie forthiis? A nervous actionoflong contain. the bar with a blush on his cheek and a tear in worth d. The prisoner was seen to steal the
Saturdas. Also,to Woololiale, iasaterburys i lY same elddoctor, and every vial with directions laid itanee wi!l producesettleddyspepsla,with headache, bile, his eye," He twisted and writhed in evident em- Clwa loandconfessed having done so, although by
For furthlinformation, enquirer of down by him. Several attempts have been made to mental and physical ability, and a funereal retinue of barrasoment, and at length propoo- ed to marryWay ofe loakion Wather back and done shePut the
3"01'""111 AX1 reN, ,i South st. or to. theenitDuantihtatasdavdeaf" U aadarundaandcvlthIsst sboodtobemetorthlafItemeracekheDuthraditafdby ndwhhschtlemeeans losheeithopedhm tolheePscaepow
EBNJ. SANDS, corner WaterandPike st counterleitit,and imitators have sprung up all around otherevils. Is the blood toblamea or this Intemperance,fentof thc Guard- di n-hch means she hoped to escape
N.B. Hereafter the beats will not stop at Stratford us; hundreds have tried to find out its properties, by inflaming the coatsef the stomach, and leaving it in fairefused torelea tedhim enthoftthe bnardohenriwd--ex Was however IJistaken-appret ,
point. t t n buttis no go, and when they find they can't cooulterfelt flaccid prostrate Ieakness; and an undue quality and the Ceurt declmed interposing. Theoorfelow hended-examined before the Justice and comf
.. AS SAGf pFROM CORK TO NEW Y.ORK' even its appearance, they imitate the name; but a.l who continuance of purgative medicines by producing the aflier casting a longing, lingering look at themited for trial.
TRIK steamer-Always can engirgbe thte R- wishto be convinced of thegenuine medicine, look over sameeffect, will put this organ .most outof use for di- partner of his guilty jays, was conveyed to prison.
bnson Line, sailing every ive or six days. Drafts. asPhiladelphia papers S3years ago, and New York papers testing wholesome solidfood, and thus lmpov p[tefRenorted for the Transcrint.1
usual on A.Mury, s. and the Branch bank, Ireland. Ap- years. I will here lose, feeligconfldetthat: hecours blood and the whole system. Is the blood to blame for Acquittal of Miiss &radstrect.-The'examina- COURT OF GENERAL SESSIONS
ply oraddress I4 PeOrl AS ROBINSON & CO Ihavepursuedwillmerittheapprobationofevery philh.m this? Agalnwithregard to the lungs,itis wellknown tion of MissEhlza P. Bradstreet, accused by Capt. Before the Recorder, and Aldermen Var7
D pASAGB FROM 0113BELFAST AND LONDON- thropist. Price 1 pe bottle. UTALEVISON. thataslightcoldoccasionedby dampy'eet, or by a current John Rea of.setin fire to his building in October and ard.
J^ DERRY.-Everyfacility will beevinced tothoseU H LVISON. of alr,will iuflmre the bronchia, all down through the last, toriinated at T,'p-field on Saturday. This I~shel Wright was tried fo s o
^passengers w mayem'bark by Liverpooloppor- Offce No. 30, Divistor street, 12 doors from Chatham birnchink airtubes of the lungs, and cTeale either exces- case occupied eleven days in the hearing, before Rl" Wright, was tre for stealing a cloth
tunit ies p ssniv~ill beleavingh~lvem ayo br ~six days ~for ti e plhe ir acsm ru no. p S" q ua e,-ff caand;- t P roctor. h all, of M r. Richa:rd B"lls, ofnah m n h nN o e154t e u gs a d cr a e it e e R-ea e oeupsieev n da sdntheea in b e or lo k an t o si k m ~ r las w o t 8 r m h
tantio el he.st of ebruary thee a p ru Sql Wherealsomaybue hadt, -t'h ,A NII-M CU. sive mucus, or that dreadfully assiduous disease, Con- Justices Mack and Proctor. A. Huntington for ha r"Mr Ricard Elu of o ero i the
steam boats AthloneFalcon, IsabellaRobertandNapier, RIAL SYRUP, AND HEALTH RESTORATIVr.-To sumption, with pustules and suppuration of the lobes, the government, and Messrs. Saltonsltall and street, on the 17th February. The PsonRearWas
are ar yleavinhretimesa wee.Drafts Mr. hrsonssseringfromtheabuseofleruryandthee- hi ym e sm a rr ef nP wa ddesm enigt
arlllen ,ai Sa m obins d.o fectsofaertaindisorderimperfectlycared h, r which though tiely remedies may prevent, no earthly fotedefendnt. The pleas weremadein a'ted the same night b. o ote
ad nade y^. A p fy, at3s34 Pearl lt, -meant of :he disease still lur4ing in tileSystem, apning skill can cure. Is the bloodof the f tor and blooming vie- thel Rov. M r. M cEving's meetinghouse, in the a chn n w tththetpro yer s i
UryG GLAS ROBINSON & CO. the vitals and undermining the constitution.this ed. tintoblame for this? So the live' when climate, sed, presence of a large concourse, assembled from all guilty Pey in e possession-
......... ROBINSON BUGASRbBONTHERS, &Liverpool.( 0" ineth ita~sindeedaind'valuable. e nueThist acativee s uinal terativeth and epu- t oblmefr hsSote ivwhn lmae sda-mbtso tedo ftromfindfrmTo ialln ar cgugln a tie orasaltn
Al ROBTSONdO'.Duin. riferoftheblOodts particularly adaptdto those lice taryhabits,intemperance,orothe protractingcauseshave forms thatthe excite metntnerewa very Mary McLaughlin was tried for assaulting
"* KisiauH HIP O THE LINE NORTH CAROLINA.- nsio thebones, sometimes attended wih lumps ,an b o be lnace
Notlto Seamanaud'Muslcians--The rendez ndurtcns, tedious, indolent,"andtscyretul es unabletoclryostheb iefrooclrculatlon,anintead cInstalh wachnant]innoentThi,' *Was,
ySa vousis no 6ropen from sA.. M. toe2P. M. at No aoresthroaetwith painsinr.sil the head, discoloration and erup- Bf discharging it through the gall bladder, leaves it to Me, decision was maco known, fl a wen! heni-d thecommitted lil the complainaant's yard, and ac-
." sWaterst. where printu seamen and musicians willib( tions cicheskin, with falling out of the nair, attended through thesininsalloworjaundicodflulds~andtorus i hell' rno 8 musketr w discharged r &c hoou, Cingt o o.to -r ,t l anne itc w
shipped expressly for the 74 North Carolina. Destinatiot withge.oerahtehility. Tils medicine, whilaofit, teskili Sloesnses d cdflis~n orsI t,~.-%'-'Y..lt~,Mn. itf,ir nasntht ,
P soeNan a "o' tf" andpur~fies theSoo d, cfai eatinuoetery particle of d Ps- tlhe stomach it irregular and excssive quantities.- nice, many ctlz'; set down to a supper, Served in s attend: d \ ., r.to r h ,1 ,r -a connubial al-
OPR "AL"I-HOUSE AND LOA ease No s nr ease i'hetiine promotes thesecretions, aids digestion, Is the unfortunate blood to blame for this? No; theCse up in genuine ood style. by Mr. John Stior-er ia ce. T .-.u hI, r a- acnui-ittleSmatt
Nstr. 6.y ta imolslseIrvIttone asd vigoro th whole vhystemh Vital organsare neveraffectedby the blood, untilaftorhe Toats WPro given i tknofthe satilfactioof ^ C ai l t
street: o y 100 feet fr.iu nd nr. eu s t rovatfnot and restorin g ths b oe n c ast tu ip h w hen v t l r an rtnor bee b heb oo ,unfaorghiTavsween.n tThnefth ats ac i n of o l v i R ecif orad n gh a ke nr h
.S story brick front. Terms, which will be accorama all otheirermedies are of noavail. Sold at Hiunter'sMe. blood haBeenaltctedbythem; theyarits makersand the guests in consequence of the acouittal of mhe to be frvn The R odea ase'u. for her
aIis willtbeknoown at No. 127 erm 2 OUCtGH. dAl offle O '.o Divisir ,thegreatestenemyand steet iastors.and it is merely the:r work and their passive acCsd. On the following morning, (fi. es '" e s suala -
.,,if I IVAI. ItcoDUNOUGH.' ill Also LBVIcONIs vEr PlO.V Gthegre-itesierEcmyand e .o ,i Iff int '- esced I! so? loving and goocn a proposition fand
t O Pt' ADQArP.-B.W O, iple fworrnizfroo, the iu an bodly. ,it. re,an~e't a ta %.,eesin o. ,*en "ling doil til hey r e-aiso tpt. Ra 's n ar :ite uy.i osqec rol dMr o
oN &RICEAND QUALITY.-BROWN a Co., kuhoown. veryamilyNwee Tchilde n ar. should never Knowings this to b; a sound and demomnstratefacti, iMn poi. oBeing (-1 doniwn, theyre-aPpred near conseuece ponou d Mary Not
Ck hatham Squits,econtinue maouta turning theircee- be withoutlt. Prepared entirely from iunnror t t-7o, G:,ielcanws re orst-:..
Slebrated Hat, pxeTHREE DOE A as esta- lei.Thi ed iln i tand science and experience. Dr. W. EVANS' system o,. prac- n, i1 afternoon, orils, b tack to -hn)- n.Des Macann was tried for assaulting Mary
lished-in 1834. In presenting thhese hatst the public,, .th same as Hinter's Red Drop. Soldat No. 30 D1 ..:...I... tice s in faithful accordance within. He almsto keep the McGee, who interfered to prevent himfro coar
;proprietorsathintheyhavereachedtheultimatumofbeAi- a few doorsabove Chatham Square, by Stomach,the Lungsand the Liverin vigorous and regular ShocCn Accident.-A most mercoh s wife-uilt c hok-
t, acurability, cheapness and comfort t9 he weaer. Al u. & J. LEVtSON. .ri ns f h e alth an Shioc f Accident.- A most m euarc!doln causes to n n nrtth en aLnr di .
sales for cash; no good customer therefore pays the lesser 81 Per package. The genuine can be obtained at no other action, as the three great fountains of health and life. o of death by burning occurred in this to se here bemi no other cases readc for trial the
of the bad.. 1759 Chatham Square, cor.of Mottst. place,having moved from 1S3. Islm thispurpose he describes his beautifully efficacious APE. Thursday. A child of M-. Isaac O. Fish on Court then adjourned.
ysut f MARRIED AND NMAREIED LADiES are t: o RIENT PILLS(acknowledgetd by medical men who have years of age, havinofe been left in the care of an Inds -A young damsel was going to
THE. GENUINE ANNDA HOUNDA OF LivEWO. licitedtogivetheirattentionto a remedyof extraordinary analyzedand recommended them, to beequalto anymin their child a few years older, was so shockia. arty, when her mothr- y damsred her to keepto
I"1Sputupinbottiet powerand virtue, for diseases from which many of them the world) incases which require the cleansin ofthe burnt by the ignition of its clothes, which waS pauxty, wha respectabler disa' e" h er to keep the
atthelow price o f severely sufiar, and they will certainly find relief. All stomachand bowels; and his celebrated CAMOMILE or of coton, tht i: expired in about two hours- them o auv respectabh disayou ce.- Yu may let
.soi cents each, con- female Weakness land sterility ma often be effectually TONIC PILLS,in cases of nervous irritability, stomachic Nantucket .Inquirer. bt, em e amuch as they p-lea"e
t ainingthestrength 1 umk hmke hi adori lg
... .. I ofubneehs ot Liv. curedby the Nephritic and Female Vegetable Pills, which weakness, orgeneral debility. A vast inierity of human butmen lthe keparty i r h aw soe" Mie
.*'. 1. e1rwor,besidesthe -.arereallyagreeable andplc:saetto the taste. Forsaleat diseases having their origin in the general sympathy of Court of Oyer and Termincr.-The court Mere with ve pretty nd n s ome ydung menh
virtues of many. the GeneralAgencyOffice, 185 Bowery. Largeboxes. the principal viscera with the nervous system; he thus has been engaged from Thursday ,,, ,,., ,,.,, ,I out of which Camer very sowet and o red. h lps.
S i therknentSamn herb: fl.1m1' seeks disease in the most subtle fibres of its roots, in- Friday rght, with the case of yo, Ii-.-.. -,., highly delighted with one aw d he
,I'lI, Indians as efica r. -CItILDREN TEETHING.-Childien generally sail- Stead of vainly hoping to extiroate itby plucking ofl f ts o .. .r_ of setting fire to the store occupied shewas as sweet as rock candy, an told appeared
I i i g o f i s b y -;. -, I, C o l t' C o r n e r O f BM o i n a n d W a f er d s o e c g v m l r o h t s c a
/ t ^ ^ ? clous in the cur for much uneasiness from the cutting of their teeth.- leaves, nd moredistent branches. His APERIENTP[LL y se .C Coe ornr o on W r disposed 1C give ampleroof hI n appeared
11fpu letsInthacrt gofther e"h.-. ......s PEREN I" ollpinonby0 siveap lepirgote'de that nuonectarfromhe
/'.pI .Thulmonaru Whateverdangerous orfatsymptons attend thisprocess willdo all thatany purgative medicine can do, thatt is iCt *i .nsel o ,,posGre uonRockwellor' DeISt- opin, by Sippingthe delightfitnecr frm her
Svalledsuccess that of nature, they're produced invariably from the highly ir- thoroughly cleanSetbestomachandbowels; andhisCAM -n ,',,iJ r, ,-. The. case wi so nbmit ped tin lips. He put his arms around her necke
h oatttndesl-. ritated and inflamed condi:ianof the parts, thereforethe OMILE orTONIC PILLS, combing as they also do thethet ry, without argunet on etl sde nd li order to detain her for the purp.s, wen
./l a',i i amoble l an'Bal. principalindicationso. cure are toabate theinfiamrmation, mostdelightfulANODYNE known in medicine, will do, resulted in the acquittal and discharge of the pi-t epuled s advances, and cried Hands off
..n u il ot B ,dS ir !" H e th e n b e g a n to .s u e h lu m b ly fo r t h e p r i 'v i-
sa wlOherever it andtosoften, sootheand relax theGUBIiS,. If that is effect, havedono,audarecontinually doingmore to strengthen, soner.-[Long Island Star. r "e toei begar tv sue humbly for the privi-
S ed, has ostaineo edtheinfantispreserved romsubsequent fever, inflatua- restoreandsustainthehumancoinstitutienthatanyothsr ee0 issingher very softly on one cheek.-
JAN I0D 'On ra ra tloh, spasmodic cough, twitching of tendons, coup, cank- medicine thathasyet beendiscOvered. Of this he has in-' Rare Avis.-A bird of very singular appear- y you may klsslne as nluch as you please," "
he pysician d r teucom fhss d ods pain on l er, and convulsiens displaying their fetalconsequences.- numerable proofs, and thiS no man can deny without ace,. belonging to tile duck family, vas a few ndsoff bomtao-[o s yCu must keep your
side, want of rest, spitting of blood, liver complaint, &c. If mothers, nurses or guardians have thelrbabess torture falsehood. .days ago picked up at Smith's Point, No -
Asa" securityagainstunterfeitsthiatiucle w llbessi withpainfulor protracted dentitionand this notice attracts These medicines, which can be purchased either toge. western extremity of this island, and brought to Condition of Chinese W i
eda1ha.N."Grnr"o teIsdof CUT ro laifeter o eaaeIlh woens of extreme e cadtondition
Tbe thelrattention they should ot bedeteired frompurchasing separate areconfidently recommended for the town. It is someWhat smaller in size than the tfhVWm nI s ef n yh orh condition
Toi whom thismay come:-This is to certify thatinr on a bottle of Paris' celebrated 'SOOTHING SYRUP FORI followingcomplaints, and directions for use accompany ordinaryeider duck, but of most beautiful form 1rOe l so d extreme degradation. They
Indi Bawe a of riverwortndpriboadr u .ithadeci-r CHILDREN TEETHING. The incimparable virtue of them:-D.SPepslain allits farms; Billiousand Liver At- and lumaige. Rts prevailingcolor i a very dark r th ie dovi m est ic S -laves, unless thy attain
,adgooleffct.We canthereforefrotheknowledg^ which in completely relieving the most diLtressing cases factions, ih every St aad degre ; Female Sicknesses,purplebdeepeni nth thetboidia b if eathers, osthe (invirable tyrstantspeofy i ay ooWitheawamiles
etcosme itsa e e rtio (where applied to theaifant's gums as directed) t8invalu- mo particularly the sea nidenttom tes upon the bs beneathh the folding a of t hewi of I sos abl auh ers, tiale n t com t
os affectionmofthelungsforhihtiscommendo able. Theremedyhas restoredthousandsof chilerenwhen Albus:Feverand Ague;Incipient ConsumptinsorDe. o ner the win pon h side, of aopure S o eirao w r spaiin thewimves
A I T A sM. on thevergeof the grave the emiaess gan of thl s-lines wither of the Liver orLunsHeadacheand Gi- white semiccle and the head and upper part of ide to es e the intolerable voke. Marriages
CALVIN ELLIS, M D. tractedparents attacked with that awful and mortilereous diness ; LossofAppetilta N oer us Tremors ; rInebriat n t ltinc lt e aric v aie gated tit e lead and upper part of w tu'te v .y e cape t aleunt a ble V a. o t M marriages
Members ofthe Boston Medical Association. malady convulsions. SoldonlybyappointomentatNo.1 oi the neck are vriegated with while andl brown e iev vi unmarried man of twenty is
Boston,Oct.25,1832. Chatham-street, New-York. fis Im orDelirnu mTremens; SpsmodlcAtfections ofall kinds, spots. The feet and bill are black. W know a Croigy ; and, though only one wife is allowed
Drugists suppliedbyDaniel Goddard,117faide nd ICOMMUNICATION.1 Rheumatism, whether Chronicor inflammatory; Nervous not by what name our ornithologists have chris- concubinage is the constant custom. But, if a
cinitl by all the prIncipa drisi Messrs.Edios- You will much oblige asubscri- andBiliousFevers,ofeveryvariety;iScrofula, SaltRheum tened the stranger. ma. have sons by his wife, it becomes derogatory .
,berbyinsertingthefoilowing,asthem are atcthistime so andallblotches,badhumers, and impure complexions of Another rare fowlmade its appearance in our tlo his character to take concubines. Love, nev-'
CURE FOR SMOKEY CHIMNEYS. manynostrums offered the public, somle good and some the skin; lie tlessnes3at nigl.t, and dailyirritability and vi llit a week or two since, an was shot with- ertheless is accidental, a Mere sensuallsn is sys-
. j.B.ROuB&hH.TSATENTPREACM G e T op t g datTand lis win, etaalad a uthetwh e rn melancholy, th oSumeri Complaintani Choilera Morbus in it mile of the town-proving to be a large gray thematic. A woman who is known to have been
Share found to he the Hunter, Bramah, jason, J.mus, ri.ooe,.Lrrey, cherry, and Diarrha aingroiwnpgrsons; Wormsa ndFlatulency eagle, whose wingga expand to the extent of n seen by h' r husband before marriage, entirely
best preventative o! wain arper, Phyician' Pills, Nphritcslar,, with bad breath; Cholorosis, and Paltationof the Hear sx lt t. Inees from lip o tip, ad whose tal- le her reputation ; and in the Chinese novels
cmk, its well ats ul Sways wear not at P 1, slauetherii Maogenticcfan No. wIth drah hlriadP iaton of tileHeartps elostognahncryofheatsta ku ofotntecidtsreeotdto
ueu andelegantr- 7eMaideaneu1Stai who manuft es kinds of or Head; changes of female constitution, andfor Impair onene h atrongernog h to Carry offb ithe fatte such as a cll llktuate ace l r esor ted th
*I namnttteeSterio medicines, all of whichhaveastonished tilepublic by their cd a-ad dlsorganised constitutions it either sex, which[ n t irdr. water, to account for the growth of love.
( S / Iffl I of the building. Foi wonderful efficacy. The query Is whether Dr. Damn's8ce. EN a ii (ticket Enquirer.
S I sale atthemanufaco lebrated mediclnea will not allow sole o th aiove to die have not been permanently relievedby any other medi- [Me1tilllty Recository.
I ry, 45 .Broadway, be- a natural death, while he and his medicines will be cines. A single trial of Dr. W. EVANs' Medicines n ival traordinar Th st n'.
tGrad street N B. performing miraeous 0 cures.Onerthing c ,that ofh cast ir t uesa s i Star makes the following announcement Old Engish F e.--Thhebfo wing is a dinner
WChiuney TOPS (fell- be cares instantly iver)' Per,0oo who ecallE Witth headache etotheir incomparable Superlority~and Inducesuch ause Th1 te m oa, OfTrle rrv d tt E lalesregnof Capo d rled os te, :j fi swt l mn asdoeo
vered toatty Parttr.th cr ,r eeofcartave. jr orftooheh I e,- adtotrmldtcesarh tl pokin f.--h of them as willonsureoaisptedy and unquestionable cure. oerl eteambo atb"atnd Turtle"earrivthedt the snayles; a powdered goose, b ze, with gsoonanod
ACHINIST AND MtLLWR-HT, 144 ront st. le thsity. ThtsgentlemanpsnamssLu.t.r, au t r,ni Theprchasr,Vhowever, shouldbecartdto getTthem ge. epc but was cmrhpeeled towait ever r n s fcarefulbogrttwemgo-,si
thigtty Ths gntl. mn'snam IsLlt- .DA....rer faBaveaanfirliatt tretsrhisMorThaenslcamgren fshbutere, awth ggsthi
twaeenBgridge and Jay sts.pBrooklyn. Gearing for If his medicines do notngivetgrea'er w. .-- I I -r ,. nuine at Dr. W1 Evan;' Office, No. 0oo Chatham street, N. fpoet levlrseea f EntscoUrse. Then came a Lombard pie, a
wrandgenrist had n d s;sbfzspindelates, duheandmiswinghswole ctria of them.lThasl anyiOthersItw.ithdsue r tgyr-York, or ofhisauthorized agents, asall othersare tbase an,; is C'adI tustdt rvieposf O W'S ed leheg ding, a gra ndbititlfed w meaoytrs,
geared, made on the most improved plans, with the best commended to call on Mr. L. Dam, 76 M.dldlen Lane, up ignora rt impositions.For father Particulars, he res- New Jersey." e ol u ian tu sg a r d with oystera
wogna nshlp, Blowers antothermachinerymade and stairs,firflst lor over his former store,aw the junction of pectfullyrequests the public to peruse his other adver polonn sausages, a mallard with cabbage, and
repaliidontheshortestunic-e, andon 3he mostreasona-Io Libertyst. fl. SHtf A .U RIEB. a'pair of blled cocks. To these succeeded a
bl e tgrms., ('14 3m*] Will. BURDON. wDREADFUL filYOUSHEADACE-Thiain- t-sementsand medical papers, which maybedepended up New York Canals.-From the report, of the en bl'edcnts--csp .nag tart. a carbonatedhens
OOD'S CARPENTERS' AND MIECHANIC' TUiU- fuldisease can certainly be relieved by the Physician', on for their strict and acknowledged truth, fis 1m* Canal Board of New York, we learn, that the a pil of aloca, eggs, in moonshine a chrvstal elly
STRorn htham adhher ct.e FainlyPills,inconnexlonwith Barbour's Bloodroot Pills, CY- HARVEY'd PCTORAL SYRUP-por Cogughs actual cost of all tlhe canals that ale fitish.d, juimballs, quidany braggat and walnut sackets.
Yor..-T....W.-a- 1,us-ntly"'r sal- n excelentfag
ormentol the follolng:--Saws of every description, ascientlfiocombination pprovedbyourfirstphysicians.- Colds, andAffections of the Lungs. In our variable ell. amounts to the sum of 811,962,711 90. The esti- Cock ile, surfeht water, Canary sack, and Gang-
tStksawand pBitts Augerers,'d Augers ,uand d FirPatem Forsaleatt85Bowery. Price 25 and 51 cts. f12 1mra mate, so conducive to pulmonary complaints, it Is Of con- d 3s of a dloeue iu ede is S py wtr e, served to moisten this heterogeneous
OhiselsandGouges,ScrewPlates,StocksandDis.,Ham- ^ S uFFEBIN FEBMALES--may be rellevea froes siderableimportatcetoinformthose subject to Chlonic aggregate cost of all, and the actualaggregate
meresxes, Ax des,d BevelSC uageS, Spi ritLivels, e n-a theaevere pains which they occasionaIly suffer periodical- Coughor frequent COLDS, that Harvey's Invaluable Pec- cost of all, of the su- of 82,961,060 B4. A M!]illlary Orcer.-A lady who was una.
es asurin Tapes, drawn Instruments, Wood. ly,by the Nephritic and Female Vegetable Pills, an active toral Preparation, pre-eminent in the cure of all chest af- The estimated cost of canals that are unfinished quailned ntlh mnttary terms, asserted i a corm-
Boxes forcuting screws of all sizes, Rules, Files, Drill successfulandreally pleasant remedy for 2the fluor albums fections, can re hld at 100 Chatham street, New York, is $3,070 723 12. Total cost of canals, completr- pany BOWs, Cuttin Nippersand Pliers, Mitre Squars, Cm- orwhites, suppression of msnses or monthly skloenes, where Dr. Harvey may oe sonsultod. .s ed and mn progress, $15,033,435 02. oticer in the army. an
on aT teerquares, ow war. .wingceWand sterilityor barrennessasa consequence of those dis- IEr, LIVER AND ALL NERVOUS AFFECTONS. What is his station, madam "
Tools, Shetter'spatentAuaers, net- makers' Clmps, eases, Forsaleat185Boweryand 93Breadway. Pricein ErS-DYSPEPSIA, DIZZINESS OP HEAD, AGUE. Loss of the new British ship Davenport.- I don't recollect-but the word ends with
Co Glue P oBtm B nof Planes, manufactured byA. large boxes, 81per box. flaim* CO.**LOSS OF APPETITBE-PAIN OP THE BONES,&c Mr. Bennett, pilot of the brig Emily Davis, re- rat ?.",said she.
&E Baldwin. Y. d2S2m' a-Z. TO YOUNG LAU1B3 ANY GB ,K oTt.--iJA1MES HORN, Jr, of the Custom House STUDY OF BNGLI'hH LANGUAGE, PHiLO..IOPHY, Me. ded totrythe BLOODROOT and PHYSIGIAN'S FAMILY- ders, from Liverpool, with salt, crates, iron, &c. No, that is not the word."
O. Hotl, orner o Nassau and Pine sheets, respect ttheMAdadmiale lO'Osttt!e 5 ldBcmem s er the ows PILLS. For saloatis5Bower.f it12m* to Stephen Baldwin,' Philadelphia, ashore on Perhaps--corpo-ral ?" said another.
Allybegstoinformhisfriends, andthepublicineneral tyurse o-Lect'ureTOON geind cudimnitEeamoloa t=.-)ON T DB3PA1R,'DON'T DESPAIR-Poor suf- Hazard's Land about 18 miles south of (Cape No,s .r r
that,'inadditioutothe bill of faredaily provddata holse gy, Philology,&c.togetherwihGrammar, Natural Philo- ferers whohavelost your ifoalth, and have tried nume- Henlopen.-went on on Saturday morning lastat Well iindam, perhaps it is a scound-ral ?9'"
fect hw suyssualltleos, aih willab rvedup inery7 w- sphy o tsand& rThese L :1turosatethsignedt rous remedies in vain,you ny yet regain It hy trying th 4 o'clock-v.el bilged. Mr. Bennett was on Ye, yes ? that is it." she cried eagerly..
Pietyo(t sye-stewed, fried, oup, fee. s'/tf mart perfeth^ ^^ and, crtia pow.g of th Enls
2 fs eseefidsudc f Language,bythestudy of Town's Analy, is of Derivative PHYSICIAN'S FamilvPitls,tnconnexlon with Barbour's board of her Snday last, wheu they w\ere strtr'
SAVE A UOLLAR.-Coal at tae following prices: 9a1 Words. Thestudy of Town's Analysis, ;"ira few weeks, BLOODROOT Pillsonothoroughly affe6;ing the bowels, ping her o' sail?, &c. The Davenport is a new (heap .Travelling.-A friend has given: us his
B spertonforbroteuor'g gsies, str..oosedanddelive~red' brivesabettecknowledge., rr.,. E,.: r, r, .., r ntrte inioaig h sse adb~ dtoa s hiolh r is oyg qadrs70 tn b r ilatatvr i h etenarnf ic n i
BesoS'ch'uylknrll, l-a,_oah orTs'd oal,(ot~r sbandyeeMl r 5% .' p,'; "" ",,* ......' T theother invigorating thesyste,,, and bl~od to- an aston- hpo hS1 r firs voyagve, and is 7"2t0 tons bur [] at a aenin the western part of Wisconsin
i tis y a atnthe above ?e2 r d .ad ice As .an uan dissand i men lem n del rr. i i ;cal I shingdegree. Forsaleat 185 Bowery and '13 Broadwiv thern b. Se .at e d m iverpoo aho ut h 20t1 Iqt rM id s d o Dr .
tnow offering, for Which immsdiate applheation should! education, wi l'l fndan ., .. :,,-,. ,,, .,, .. 1,/, oPilceasandsocts. .. f12 nn Deceinber.--[Pl. iadolphia Eixchange hooks. Mlt. to D~r.
bemade, atthenewWashingtonGoalolpd, corner f.fJane Town's Analysis. Th..... ,ir- ...i ........ -....his To 2 suppers, 2 lodgings, 2 breadfasts, 3 pccks
andl~ashingtonstnear the WhiteFort. (Priday) evening,ondcontinuethreewe.s*;, cunmencng EG-* HA.RVEY'S PECTORAL SYRUP, for coughs, Height of Impdcnce.-To go into a printing of .i, :s ,
d1shtf Dw'IN JesuP. t 9'co terlysv trtheuoa firse osinter coldsan.ldiseases of the l gs.-This invaluable medi oflice, look over the composite's shoulder a, '\ .," said our friend, only six dollars "
aOeKLBptARMlnc.--CdtARLESASTLt.N tevening'andt he rste an Tt cine, whmh.has attalnedBsaitame a asovereignremedy read his copy.-[Le Nieton Telegraph. "Oh," replied the landlord, ,"as we had no
reSTecsolilntfo hmthfrindsofCM7 r'T'adthepuhlic'thd sued. ]ilstfl MYON.* 7, .I. .. ,..., in the cule of coughs, 0o -pulmonary consumption, hav for your horses, and as you sept in the bed
hehas bought the business lately carried on by him,and l C BILE, BiLEand aUUK. .f'O31ACHrSI-May aboth chroniccatarri, asthma, diffeiultY" of breathing of breoth- A second Presbyterian church is about to be of our black man, who has gone out to buy some
e tattentlonimhaval ngapernecthnowleoenotAr bethoroughly removed by the Peysician's Family Pills, n inr isenes, wk ing ough, and in all diseascsol erected in New Orleans. A church is also to be dogs 1 the Indians, I have been rather moderate
thatsupportwmh h bean so lieh m hislod connectionwitnBarbour's BLOODROOT PILLS, for sale )eorm the prope office .8 ttb tCh a at.New erected at Houston, (Texas ;) Ex-President Bur. and hope you will say a word in our favor whem
sueoor CHARLES BARTLBTT, aly at 185 Bowery. Price 25 and 60cts, fl:tm' York, .':";,, fl21 m* net is one of the largest subscribers. you get in the vicinity of the newspapers."

N to orKt Sraustrfpt.

n' See fourth page.

Prospects ahead.-TThe stern frown of cold
weather is beginning gradually to relax, and the
city and the country are already permitted to feel
the soft sunshine, and to inhale the mild breezes
of spring. True, the present month, March, like
his great ancestor, Mars, is rather a crusty and
crabbed old fellow, and is rather fond of puffing
off his redundant exhalations of cold and wind,
and considerably addicted to habits of scolding
with his gruff voice, and scowling with his win-
ter-borrowed brow ; but still he has some
good traits of character about hi7', some re-
deeming qualities to save him from utter repro-
bation, though we badly think enough of une-
quivocal evidence, could bs adduced in favor of
his good character, to recommend himo to he
approbation of our Court of Sessions, or to win
him an acquittal of all charges of riotous and
disorderly conduct, oi a trial by a New York
jury. Be this, however, as it may, the temper of
March is at this present writing, rather amiable
than otherwise-his smiles more cheerful, and
his manners more courteous than forbidding.
Under the influence of his present and antece-
dently benignant dominion, the ice is rapidly dis-
solving-the hard heart of winter relenting, and
filled with penitential tears ;an a appropriate
offering at the shrine of contrition, for the many
woes, miseries, distresses and sufferings he intro-
duced. The streets are, to be sure, not in the
best possible plight for travel, except in boats, or
on stilts, and the whole face of the country is as
decently bedaubed with mud, as if no rain had
ever fallen in the 'great wash bason of nature,
wherewith to wash it clean. This, however,
will improve under the gentlemanly instruction
of that accomplished teacher, May. The em-
bargo on our rivers will soon be repealed-the
,inhibitions on navigation revoked, and the re-
strictions on trade and commerce taken off, and
the steamers will soon rush, spouting their sur-
plus breath to the breezes, and the canvass of
sloops and schooners, whiten oon the beautiful
bosom of the rivers and streams.
Then, the grinding and oppressive tax on
mouths, and teeth, and tongues, will be reduced
to tte level of the peace establishment, the war
prices of winter disappear-the flour merchants
and manufacturers be brought to bow to the su-
premacy of reason and& moderation-monopoly
of breads and meats be crippled in its capabilri
ties for mischiefs, and kicked out of every decent
circle of society, and plenty, with her ample and
overflowing horn, rally around us her resources,
and decant lier comforts into our laps.' People
'will then be able to afford to eat, and the hoard-
' "ed stores of provisions and bread stuffs, be scat-
ere'd to the community, like the piles of the
-griping miser, after his tight fist is opened by
'deih, and his avaricious spirit is roaming rest-
less in hr.:.i s world. S...on the city will teem
with thl. ui.qsaopullt,:.n of the country far
and near, "l'hin rb'.:.rn.a" on the wings of hope
and joy ; the marts of trade, the haunts of busi-
ness will be thronged with gay and generous
customers, and the rigorous restraints now im-
posed upon the pleasures of rational existence,
will be sundered by the genial seasons' hand.
The canals ,,ll coon, burst from their icy bond-
age, and klcthi oi boats, bearing the choice trea-
'siles of the % eat alid north, will glide upon their
pleasant b.oasm The lakes, too, willbe speed-
ily unlocked, and the noble steamers, and the
..sail crafts of conmmrrce and trade, rush through
their willing waters, like embodied spirits of
life. A few more days, and comparative peace
t and plenty and joy, will overspread the land;
and every town and city, every village and ham-
let, every stately mansion and homely cottage,
will be the home of satiEfae.ion and delight, the
temple of blessings, and the sanctuary of pure
felicity to their innocent inmates. While,we, who
are compelled to plod from morn to midnight, to
cater for the intellectual appetites of thousands ;
we who hate all wintry winds, and all hard
hearts, and who love to see benevolence and
mercy, peace and plenty, happiness and prosper-
ity abound, will add our feeble note to swell
the chorus of joy, that will then send the rich
melody of pleasure to every soul.

Another Outrage on an Editor.-The Potts-
ville Penn. Journal of Wedaesday, states that "on
Monday morning last, as the editor of that paper
was passing from his dwelling to his office, total-
ly unprepared for an attack, and not anticipating
any danger, he was attacked in a most cowardly
manner from behind, by an individual, accompa-
.nied by three or four other persons who aimed a
,blow at his eyea-iand after the weapon was
wrested from his hands, the attack was followed
up by several brutal but unsuccessful attempts to
maim his person. The cause of the attack was
an article that appeared in that Journal on Satur-
day." Here is another evidence that thetboasted
liberty of the press, is an idle bugbear. Ruffians
in rage and robes, in "linnen and in lawn," if
-exposed in any of their infamous acts, turn to
'I -and attempt to flog an editor for daring to tell the
truth. Such doings are not allowed in old Eng-
land. There, they have the substance and essence
I of liberty of speech and of the press, much more
perfectly than here, although under a monarchy
: Here, most men are content to wrap themselves
np in the shadow of violated rights, and permi
ruffians to go unwhipt of justice, and vagabond
to escape unscathed. As we before have remark
ed, the only safety for an editor, is to arm, and i
attacked, prostrate the villain who assails him
We have done so, and shall not be recreant tt
cur right, to defend ourselves against any ant
every aggressor. A very pretty story, indeed, the
every ruffian, rioter and vagabond, shall be allow
ed the privilege of beating and banging a civi
cttizen, and yet the latter be compelled to bear it
Whatever others do, we are made of sterner stuff
than to be trodden under foot by ruffians and
blackguards, even if all the officials of our city
should conspire to protect them. And if court
and juries do not punish such breaches of th,
peace, if they suffer such culprits to escape, the
are accessaries after the fact, and no better that
the ruffians whom they screen. Let them la:
this unction to their souls, and bear the brand o
tneir degration until they repent and reform.

ga" The Pennsylvania house of representative
have ordered 10,000 copies of President Jackson'
Farewell Message to be printed.

lFrom lngland.-By the ship Ocmulgee, Capt. Extraordinary Death from taking Poisonous
Leavitt, Liverpool dates of the 30th, and London Medicine.-An extraordinary sensation has been
of the 28th January are received. They contain createdin and about theneighborhood of Christo-
however but little news of interest. pher and Bedford streets, owing to the very sud-
Parliment was to open on the 31st. The min- den 'death of Mrs. Elizabeth McGuire, aged 27,
isterialists were full of confidence, and made sure the wife of a respectable master tailor, who re-
of increased majorities. The house of Medley, aides atNo. 121 Bedford street.
Scott & Co., bill-brokers, have stopped payment The Coroner, yesterday forenoon, held an in-
in London. quest on the body. which sat four hours, and in a
The Influenza.-It is stated in the London very patient and praise-worthy manner, endeavor-
papers that fifteen persons who were at the Peel ed to elucidate the extraordinary cause of the
banquet, at Glasgow, on the 13th January, have death of this unfortunate young woman. The
ditd from the effects of the prevailing epedemic. following may be relied on as a brief outline of
A French paper says that the Duke of Cumber- the affair :
land and Prince George were suffering at Berlin Mr. Jascph McGuire, the husband of deceased,
from the influenza, and adds that forty thousand has for a few days past, been confined at home by
persons are afflicted with the same disease Ac- sickness-and has been attended by Dr. Joseph
counts from Gallicia state Ithat in the beginning Hart of the corner of Christopher and Bleceker
of January the cholera was raging with great streets. On Tuesday, deceased complained to the
violence in that province, and that it re-appeared Doctor of a violent cough and pain in her side to
in Poland. relieve which he bled her. Ot Wednesday
The Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ire- morning, when he next called on Mr. McGuire,
land has paid of the whole of its note issue de be enquired of deceased whether she had found
handed, and has not any debt of that kind re- relief fiom the bleeding, to which she replied in
gaining, which exceeds 80,0001. The other lia tihe negative. Dr. H. then proposed to either bleed
bilities are nearly cleared off and the assets of her again or supply her with a draught. Mrs.
the bank which are 400.0001, are in course of col- McGuire preferred the latter, and sent her sister
election. to the Docter's store for the requisite medicine
A letter from Lyons dated the 13 January, men- which was furnished by the Dr. who himself
tions a report, that an attempt had been made made it up. On the return of the young lady,
at Turin to assassinate the King of Sardinia. the medicine was administered to Mrs. McGuire,
The assassin, armed with two daggers and a who in less than a half an hour complained of
brace of pistols, was seized jast as he was intha dizziness in her eyes and blindness. Her lhus-
act of attacking the King band requested her to lie down, which she did,
The German papers state that the greatest de- and shortly afterwards complained that her
gree of extortion and oppression is practiced by flesh was'benumbed, and that she lost her feel.
the French Civil Officers at Algiers. The new ing.
expedition to Constantine was to embark from Mr. McGuire became alarmed, and immediate-
Toulon, Feb. 20th. It is composed of 13 Regi- ly sent for Dr. Hart, who, upon his arrival, ex-
ments, a great number of Artillery (10 batteries,) pressed no surprise or concern, but merely re-
a great number of Engineers, 2000 cavalry, a nd marked that the medicine he had administered
a battalions of sharpshooters of Africa. Total, was of a peculiar kind, and invariably either pro-
25,000. duced no effect at all, or else produced a very
Ribeiro's division of 6000 men were daily ex- powerful effect. He, however, appeared to be
pected at St. Sbaistians,. The Queen's troops conscious, that the medicine, in this instance, had
were very generally well supplied with provis- produced a bad, effect, for he instatruy produced
ions, with the exception of Gen. Evans's corps. some tartar emetic, which he endeavored to force
An attack was meditated an Irun and Fontrabia. down her throat, with a view to produce vomiting
Many desertions are said to take place from the and relieve the stomach of the poison it had im-
French legion at Barcelona over to the Carlists. bibed from the medicine. By this time, however
The mortality at Glasgow and vicinity was so the glands of the throat and mouth had become
great, that there was no parralel to it in the bills so swollen that although the Dr. used every
of mortality of the place. For two days so means in his power, and even held Mrs. Mc-
great was the demand for hearses and coaches, Guire's lips, yet he could not succeed in getting
that funerals were necessarily deferred for want the emetic to pass into her stomach. Dr. H.
of them. Oae joiner made 21 coffins in 31 hours. then left. Mrs. McGuire was insensible, and
SThe money, market was still depressed, from her sick husband becoming still more terri-
A Furious Bull.-On Thursday last, a bull fled, he sent for the aid of Dr. Clinton, the physi-
of ample dimensions, and a sweeping pair of cian, of St. John's Park. That gentleman was
horns, who had been tied up in a slaughter- prompt in his attendance, and on arriving at Mr.
house up town to be put to death, after receiving McGuire's residence, was met by Dr. H. accom-
an ill-directed blow from the axe of the butcher panied by Dr. Hubbard, a physician whom Dr
which did notkill, and served only to craze him Hart had himself called in on the occasion.-
broke from his moorings, despite the;eflbrts ot The three were in consultation for a considerable
the butchers, and rushed careering into the time, and made no other disclosure of the con-
stree-, with his head bowed towards the earth dition of their patient or its cause, than io state
and his tail floating horizontally in the air. that the medicine had caused it. About 6 o'clock
After charging unsuccessfully on numerous citi-, the same afternoon Mrs. McGuire expired, by
zens, who were moving in his line of march, hlie which time her stomach, throat and tongue, was
opened the campaign, with no little spirit, in the much swollen, her neck, hands and fingers dis-
square at theheadofVesey street, near the Park colored, and every other symptom was percepti-
where he bolted under the legs of an unEuspect, ble, which would be found in an ordinary case of
ing milkman, whom he appeared to hate as a death by poison. In the evening of Wednesday
fleecer ofhiskine, and without ceremony tossed some enquiries were made of Dr. Hart, as to
him. into ,the air. Down- the man came to what medicine he had given to the deceased,
mother earth most amazingly frightened, and as when he replied only one grain' of morphine.
soon as on the pave was again hooked in the While the Inquest was setting, that very emi-
breach, and started, skyward with no gentle nent man, Dr. David L. Rogers, assisted by Dr.
heave, and descended with the loss of a portion Clinton, made a post mortem examination of the
of his gear, considerably bruised. A crowd,who body, and pronounced itas their decided opinion
had assembled there, diverted the attention of that the deceased's death was occasioned by the
the bull from his victim, and after battling this morphine which had been administered to her,al-
band, who attempted to mob him, but in vain, he though they stated that the quantity given, viz :
poised his tail, gave a significant shake of his one grain was not an unusual quantity, nor such
head, and dashed furiously down Broadway after a quantity as would usually cause death, except
the scudding corps that were fleeing in Wild to persons of a very peculiar constitution ; in
affright. As he neared the head of Thames street fact those gentlemen each admitted they had-on
the crowds that had collected rus hed into its various occasions given a larger quantity to pa-
narrow jaws, and completely choked it up, so tients, without its being productive of any injury,
that when Mr. Bull, who appeared to like the and that they in a similar case would have ad-
name of that street, as being the same with his ministered as much, although they admitted in
favorite river, finding his march obstructed, some cases a far less quantity was sufficient to
wheeled, and ran along Pine street to William, cause death. The difficulty then appeared to be,
along William to Maiden lane, up Maiden lane to to ascertain what quantity the deadly poison
Broadway, and thus pushed his course far up to had been supplied by Dr. H-art to the deceased.
the eastern section of the city. At the corner of Dr. H. declared it was but one grain, and his bro-
Montgomery street and East Broadway. seeing a other swore that that was the quantity, although it
Colored woman coming with a basket of shavings was rendered somewhat doubtful by the follow-
on her head, he rushed furiously upon her with ing circumstances. First, the sale of the medi-
his horns, with which he tore her leg, injured cine and its ingredients was not entered in the
the spine of her back, and knocking her down, store book kept for that purpose, and second, the
left her unable to stand or move. She was car- Dr's. brother (who has only left' off farming
ried to a neighboring house and taken care of. about five weeks) handed to his brother the
The bull then, after bolting at others, ran down weight with which the morphine was weighed,
East Broadway to Chatham square, where he at- and which he swore was a grain weight, although
tempted to toss several other citizens, and then from the short time he has been in the business,
halted to rest from his fatigue. How long he it was open to a doubt, whether lie was or was
ran, whither he went, and what further injury not mistaken, the probability of his being so, be-
he did, are not yet matters of record, ing materially increased by the fact that his bro-
i theirr the Doctor, is rather near sighted, and eon-
S Melancholy Accident-Mr. Ellen, wfe, and sequently might himself might have been deceiv-

David, son of Mr. Paul Royalton, of St. Joseph's ed, especially as he is but a young practitioner,
' county, Michigan, were drowned in St. Joseph's and only received his diploma or certicate to en-
River, Feb. 12th, The father, Mr. R. was push- able him to practice, on the 3d day of last montn.
ing them in a sled on the ice, when it broke, and The Jury, after some considerable private delibe-
he himself with difficulty escaped, ration, returned a verdict that the deceased's
death was occasioned by taking morphine, she
s Correction.-Mr. Joseph Jackson, the gentle being of a very peculiar constitution.
t man who was a witness on behalf of the people,
against Shey, for an assault, &c. is not a pawn-os Typographical Errors.-A publisher of a pe-
brok/cer, as was erroneously stated, but is a pri riodical at the south offers $100 for the best tail
vate gentleman, who relinquished business sonu for his paper. A man at the east offers for sale
time since. a large quantity of funposd er, and several boxes
of pigs. A person in New York advertises a
o Highway Robbery.-The Fredericksburg Are louse to let, and possession given immediately.
na states, tha'. a highway robbery was commit-
t ted within a mile or two of that place, a few Lbr P g h Pn M z cm-
dr n ilr o t er Liberal Patronage.-The Penny Magazine cir-
mornings since. Mr. Osgood, a contractor on the culates 63,000 copies in the United States, and
SJames River canal, being disappointed in getting t i Encn The rale of remuneratio
a seat in the south-western coach, and anxious c r t s o ar th high
f to reach Washington as soon as possible, took fgM c aontribtors to *s columns are the highest
d the road on foot. He fell in with two men on givenbyany lterar wolk. 4s is paidper
Y Tuesday, with whom he travelled, and whose psge, in which an article is furnished with a
s expenses at Alsop's tavern he paid. They being pate. Some of the best scholars of England
e withoutfunds. When near town, they demanded cntributeto it, as the character of its article.
y his money, which, after being severely beaten denote.
n by clubs, and having his ear dreadfully lace-
y rated by the blows, he was induced to sur- American Museum.-Mr. Arlington, said by
f render. many bl. isa thebeEl Venhiloquist that ever ex-
h'biii.:.J n this city, us .erf'onming every evening at
Sir W. Jones says the "Bible contain ns |,, "'a.jOn of the Amnr.':an Museum. His bill
s more and higher specimens of sublimity than all in|lred.i a singulars vanery, and he ust possess
s the remains of Grecian and 'Roman antiquity u r',ran.inaryt(alens and vet satility-fo succeed in
united." aIll. .

Wool in New England.-Total number of
sheep by estimation is 6,775,090, of which Ver-
mont has 1,009,911, New Hampshire 465,179,
Connecticut 300,000. The value of the annual
product of their wool is about $12,195,162.
It is stated that there were published in Paris
during the year 1S36, 6632 works in different lan-
gusgee, and 1154 engravings and lithographic
A naval court martial was to convene at Phila-
delphia yesterday, for the trial of several delin-
quents, among them some passed midshipmen.
PhilanderR. Broad, condemned to be hung for
abetting the Creek Indians in their attack on the
U. S. Mail, is reprieved by Gen. Jackson for so
The flourishing town of Huron, in Ohio, con-
taining a population of 1 300 souls, strange as it
may seem, is in want of mechanics of ever de-
scription-tinmen, hatters, cliirmakers, cabinet
makers, silversmiths, &c. The Commercial Ad-
vertisor of that place, of Feb. 21, invites them to
come on, as they will be well paid-the farmers
being he says, all wealthy, as we should judge.
A turnip measuring 3 feet 4 inches in circum-
frerice, has been raised on the Old Town
Plantation of Paul Filzdimons, near Augusta,
A meeting is to be held at Montreal relative to
ihe truth of Maria Monk's disclosures.
Patent Burr Coffee Mills, invented by D. Rich-
mond, Esq. of Athens county, Ohio, are highly
extolled in the Cincinnati Post. One of them
will grind in a few minutes enough to supply one
hundred persons
It is said that the oil of Lavender, is an excel-
lent exterminator of moths. If a single drop is
put ito a box with a living insect, the latter al-
nmost immediately dies.
:Frin Florida.-The Couarier of Charleston,
S. C. gives a letter from Fort Harlee, Santa Fe
Bridge, of the 24th ult. which states that the ex-
press from Gen. Jesup has just arrived; that only
90 Indians had come in, among them old Micano-
py and the negro Chieftian Abraham, who is the
chief counsellor of Micanopy and the Prophet of
the Seminoles ; he wrs formerly the slave of the
Red Warrior, but has been emancipated, and is
now one of the mighty men of the nation. This
fellow led the van at the massacre of the lament-
ed Dade, and is .considered one of the most fu-
rious monsters ; and yet this polluted demon
comes into camp, his hands reeking with the
blood of the innocent, to sue for peace.
This morning we anticipated that Gen. Jesup
would bring the war to a speedy termination,
but now the clouds begin to lower o'er our tents,
and seem to indicate another storm. More blood
I think will moisten distracted Florida ere the
war whoop dies in the wind, and the scalping
knife is buried. Our garrison is in good health-
only one has died since we left Carolina, his name
was Kennedy Glisson, he came from Marion
Court House, but was indisposed before we left
,If theIndians don't come in by the 27th of
this month, we are to,commence burning pow-
der and disseminating balls. I trust hereafter
there will be no more paralyzing, now is the time
for action, action, action It is perfectly absurd
to take the word of ai Indian, for they are as
false as the wind.
Another letter of the 25th inst. says, an express
has just arrived from the head quarters of Gen.
Jesup, ordering that his staff be mustered into
service. The express states that ninety odd In-
dians have gone in. with Jumper and Alligator.
Minacopy is still sick. The commander at Fort
Crane writes that things progress slowly in regard
to the council, but says there is no doubt of an
amicable result. Gen. Jesup has given them
until the 28th to come to terms, so that we must
soon hear."
Fire at Johnstown.-On Sunday last a disas-
trous fire occurred at Johnstown, Montgomery
county. It commenced at the dwelling of Da-
niel Kennedy, and destroyed the office of Froth-
imgham & McIntyre, the store of T. A. Stouten-
burgh, Esq. containing the surrogate's and post
office-the store occupied by Daniel Edwards-
the dry goods store of John McArthur, and the
factory of Robert Kirkpatrick.-In its progress to
the west, it consumed the store occupiedjoy Far-
mer and Cook as dry goods merchants, and a
barber's shop adjoining-where it was stopped
by the fire proof walls of the store occupied by
J. Holland & Son, which together with the
stores occupied by James Campbell, jun. as a
grocery and provision store, and Maria H. Douw
as a druggist store, is all that remains of the
north side of Main street, between William and
Market streets. The loss is estimated from fifteen
to twenty thousand dollars. The papers and
letters: belonging to the surrogate's and post
offices were nearly all saved.

Mr. Ingersoll's Benefit.-This highly talented
and popular actor takes a benefit this evening
at the Franklin Theatre. A very attractive bill
of fare is offered, and a galaxy of Stars have
volunteered their aid, which cannot fail to in-
sure him a bumper.
Coroner's Inquests.-The Coroner, on Thurs-
day afternoon, held an inquest at the corner of
47th street, near Bloomingdale Road, on the bo-
dy of Anno Ogleby, aged 50, who was found
drowned in a little ditch, on an open .lot, at the
spot just mentioned. It is presumed tho old
duchess must have been wending her way home
with more grog than reason in her upper works'
and either slipped or fell into the little ditch,
where, notwithstanding there was only ten inch-
es depth of water, she was found drowned th
following morning.-Verdict accordingly.

Suicide.-A jew pedlar, named Isaac Frett.
man, on Thursday afternoon went into the
house at the corner of Stanton and Allen street.
He was at the times wholly unknown to tho in-
mnates before ho requested permission ths g to
the privy. He was permitted, and was shortly
afterwards found setting on tahe sat with his
throat cut in a most dreadful manero. The'
Coroner held an Inquest on the body yesterday
when a verdict corresponding with the circum-
stances alreadymentioned was returned.

tc be installed Pastor of the Reformed Dutch Church, ii
Third street, between Avenue D. and Lewis street, to-
morrow, Sunday evening, the 1tth inst. The Rev. Dr.
Frenls is expected to preach the sermon, the Rev. Mr. Hut-
ton will give the charge to tne Pa'tor, and the Rev. Dr.
Metthows to the people. Service to commence at seven
o'clock. ml it*
VEGETABLE PI' LS, cn the last page of this paper mlo
clope next month, m7

On Wednesday evening, the tlh Inst. by the Rev. Win.
Parkinson, Stephen H. Sammis, to Julia A. daughter of
John Chorley.

Of coulumption, Mrs. Patunice Toll. the friends of the
family are respectfully aIvited to attend her funeral this
afternlcon aL 5 o'clock, from The reaidet.ce of her son0-n-
lam, Thomas Mildehu.er, EEq. ,No. 16 Bedtord street, with-
out urtliher invitation.
on TIarsrl.y evenini, of scarlet fever, Bethune, aged 2
years, youngest son of Alchibal Gracie.

siarine List.
Hi'n wate, ., iinao so
Ships Samson, Sturges, London; Moctezuma, Mauran'
Savannah i brig itauiard, lHl\ves,Phadstipia
Packet ship Francois I OCitoff,fm IHavr, Jan. 27th
ahip Ucenulgee, Leavitt, m Liverpool, Ja ,. s1.
"''' w'"h**-lri- Or r.r1 fni Lipeipool, 26th Jan.
.' L doing Jai2 '.h
t w ill I!:.~ !,.. f i 7 I...7 d iln aVao nah
Below-shlp Poland, Havre, sth February
RELIG-lOUS NOTICI.-As the DoctrineI ol Universal
kalvtli,,n hite been, and stll continues to be assailed
Wiih iliberalily and bitterness, by several of the Limitari-
an Clergy of this city ; the public is intolmcd that a course
ot Sunday E-vening Lectures, in illuastralion and odfnce of
aild doctrine, will be deliveredin lthe Universalist Ch. rch,
coiner o' Duane Street andsCity Haill lc. Services will
commence at half past seven ocloci.
Toc fist Lecture will be given next Sunday evening,
2th lnst mil eowst*
season at Taniniany ail.--Will take itac 0. l i, ,.
-evening next, 13th inot. on which occasion a ,r,,i' .-[
COnt 1lis, Waltzing, Sltinlih lances, an isi ctch Reils,
will b. dnced daring ihe Lvnilng. Tickets lor admlissIon
81, tobe hdla. tie hall. A inumbe ... i... ,,i ,.r.

": .. -m obts i. r i.. 1 o I e
M t .. a.'. ,i u r .I Branehaid, lit Diange
street. Air. Blanchamu will likewise attend a; tile Hlal on
the n.;hiato the nall, with a variety oflancy dresses. Dan-
'i~ :' .. .. f past eight, and io continue
S, '. i. 1 .,... nes to isauite to hs scholars
'" ... ,r.. W ll i. i G i exi\'V ednes-
S ,,. ,i ,~ ,. eery .. i ..- evening.
mil at"
S' ., at Tt]IMinay Hfail, oa MoIjniy evening,
S c ase t e to beiv e poor and
'ItV. ir'"tr .f r rt-- sector larty. Tickets $1, tO
","'I', a .. ... "i I. Ladies. Tolie had at the earof
D t, k ., v ,i- ,, 0 i J
or any ol m ill st
I,.. .. c... Cu.-PArI'NESHI.-.'ihe co-.art"
existing btaiween the undersgined,
'.'. ,., yl t e isner, i this aay dissolved
by Tlnuanl conSeL. 'The ffairs Of the concern will be
adjusted by Norwood Lowne.
New Yoik, March 8, 1837. IRA b. WItNER.
'" The undersigned will adjust all unseItled ;,fairs of
the concern, and continue the Book anti Jib Pitiug busti-
ness, at the old stand 222 William street.
ltull 31 N.iWVOOD BOWNE.
BISHOP AND iBE.E KBL, 450 Broad-
way, have the largeatlind oest asi:rta,ent
io the best prncple ithestprneieithe city cr else-
..;: I..-r,- .. ;sole aeaiufacturer. of B.tckels's Patent,
,i. i, '.- ,. .- -ed the highest pr,.m ntu o the American
and Mechanic a Institute lor the lat Lvuoyears. Tey have
a variety of p.t.erns and prices according to the quality -
settlees 1too 83o ; 5o0a, 8 to l 8120-all Wv,. Ilantea and kept
in repair one year without charge. Persons s:uyiMrg eco-
nomy inrent and house room, will please to call anta judge
or themaeives. A horse power for sale, el.qaire as
above. mit am
JACKSON'S tIRnt DA.-.Military and Civic Bal.-
'he Fiast Company of Jackson busrds," andtihe com.
mmind f Thomah 8. M'Ciaty, will give their Third Annual
MilLtdTy ohd Civic Ball, at Tnammaiy tlail, on Widtdeoday
S. ommemorauon of tile birthof their
11, '.' i, ".. .,. ,t Whose name they bear. Thepro-
ceeds to bedevotedtot he bet.fit of the half orphan as) lum
tixth Avenue.
Tickets L8 each, two dmitwo Ladis and one Gentle-
manl. Extra Ladies ''ickrts SFtea'h, miy behad atthebar
at Tammany Hall, or from the lollewing Committee of
Lieut. L. L Langton, 32 Mulberry street,
John McKlnlcy, 511 Bowery.
Serg3. P. Feeney, 100 Cannon street.
ST. Lennon, 3d Avenue and 8th street
T.P. FlZngeiald, 17 Cherry street.
James Suilivan, its Waterstreet.
lames Donnelly, 2 Catherine Slip.
W'n,. Cuiunighaim, corner of Beekman &Cliffest.
P. Kltly, 49 (armine street. nts 6t
LI ARPER AND BROTHERS, have lately published.-
liHt oer, translated by Alex. Pope, Esq,, three volumes
8 mo.
t'hu oo0k of St. Nicholas, by Jimas m K. Paullding, Esq.
ho L hn'e and Cnatacter of the liev. S.ln.u. Hiaynes A.
II., by Timothy lather Cooley, D. D. with a portrait
T'lie Dutchma in's Fireside, anew edition, forming parts
Ii atid 13 of Pauldine's works.
he HiStory of China, and its inhabitants,by John Francis
Davis, ETq. F.. aS. &e., two volumes, l8mo.
A Home 'our through the manufacturing districts of
Enejand, by Sir George Head, 12mo.
Memoirs of Aaion Buzr, by tMatthew L. Davis, Esq.,
with a portrait.
Letters to YuungLadies, by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney, oae
YVolm1 412m0o.
Mellicitmpo, a legend of the Santee, by Win. Gilmore
Simms, Esq two volumes. 12mo.
The Poor Itih HWan, and the Rich Poor Man, by Miss C.
M. eede wick, one volume, BaTmi. mait Is
Perkins, Huron co. July 4, s186.
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Tifflt, Ohio, July 8, 1836.
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( ANTO, STOCK WANTED.-From 10 to 15 .-hares of
Canton Company stock, are wanted, for which, unIn-
cumbered lasds Inthe neigl erboid of this city, toether
with part cash will beglven In exchange. Enquireat this
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DR. WILLIAM EVANS.-Ifthe medical maxim be true,
thint "the knowledge of a disease is half its cure," how
greatly is it to be deplored that the knowledge of those pre-
valent diseases which annually early off millions of the
human race, is not mor generally diffused. How lament-
able is it that so lew of the great human family possess any
information upon a subject in which, of all others, they are
most vitally interested. It will probably be an incredible
marvel to future generations of the world, that the nast
should have been acquainted with every th'ne. exceetn mat
whicn It most ronerts t"-n oitnow.
10 iS- vey tnls rnowletrge more extensively than has yet
been att'mnpeld by any other practitioer, and to dirr.t the
attention if lhe afflicted to those fa' uand simile remedies
by which many of the most prevalent distaes may be ar-
rested and removed,is the object of Dr. Willitamn Evans in
this and othir pathologoeal suirsnarks which he will pub-
lish,upon ths authority of ftc highest medical writes of
the age. His instruction will noceugrily be brief, but its
accuracy will be undeniable.
CONSUMPTION.-Of this disease, in one or other of its
forms, four thousand persons lave died in the city of New
York within thelastseven years; this is proved 'y thi city
bills of mortality ; and Its victims throughout the country
have been in almost the some proportion to the population.
Consumption (or MarasmuaPhthiais) is ofthree kinds,the
Catarrhal,th'e Apostematous, and the Tubercular. In Ca-
tarrhal Consumption,the coughis frequentandviolent,with
a copious excretion of a thin, offensive, purulent mucus,
sometimes, bet not frequently, streaked with blood. There
is generally a soreness about the chest, with transitory
pains shiftli g f:om side to side. Its ordinary cause is a ne.
elected cold, and is therefore a common kind of consump-
tion in a climate subject to such sudden and extreme chan.
gesas ours. 2 In Apistomatcus Consumpt'on, thecough
returns in fits, and is for some time dry, with but very little
expectoration, and that is very difficult. There is ofter-in
this kind, a fixed, dull, circumscribed pain in the chest,
which is increased by lying upon the side. Thedry cough
at length changes to a copious expectoration of purulent
matter, wh'ch occasionally threatens sufiocation,although
many other painful symptoms are temporarily relieved
Atthis stage, the disease is rarely if evercured. 3. in Tu-
bercular Consumption,thie cough is short and tickling, and
there is often an excretion of the watery, whey-like sanies
sometimes tinged with blood. The pain in the chest is
slight, and there is an almost habitual elevation cf the
spirits. This variety is usually the result of a scrofulage
taint in the system generally, which when thus tetited in
the lungs, can seldom be arrested in its fatal progress, iun-
less met in itsfirst advances.
Each of these three varieties of phthisical consumption
begins with the fallowing common symptoms,by removing
which, itmaycertainly be cured. The patient is sensible
of anunusaial languor, breathes with loss than his usual
freedom, and consequently with more frequentretspirations
which sometimes induce him to relieve himself by making
adeper respiration, similar to asigh. Whenhe does this
hoe usually feels an uneasiness across the chest: and as
these sympttomns tlorease, they are. attended with more than
ordinary perssiration at night, so as to leave hin enfeebled
in the morning, disenclined for exertion, and affected with
more or less of headache. He coughs occasionally without
complaining of the inconvenience, but if his sleep be not
disturbed by coughing, he usually coughs shortly after wa-
king In the morning, gradually becoming more debilitated,
and experiencing anaggravation of alltheabove symptoms.
This is the first stage of consumption in general, and this
being the only step at which there is any reasonable hope
of being cured. Dr. ,Wiliam Evans will not go on to des-
cribe the truly melancholy and dreadful symptoms by which
i 'ts further fatal stages are eharacterizEd. To do this, would
be unprincipled and unfeeling quackery,for he pretends
only that his medicines curas it in this early stage, however
much they may relieve it when more advanced.
There is also another kind of Marasmus, called Marasmus
Atrophica., orgradualwasting away,which cannot properly
be termedd consumption, though it is frequently confounded
by ignorant pretenders tophvsic. This disease is marked
by a gradual wasting ofthebody,unaccompaniedeither by
difficulty of breathing, cough, or any evident fever, but
always attended with a loss of appetite, and impaired di-
gestion. This disease Is occasioned either by the intsuffi-
clent quality or quantity of food, or by the liability of the
digestive organs to perform their proper functions; or by
too greatevacuuionsof the bowels, of perspiration, or of the
othersecretions of the body, which it Is niot necessary to
same. Allthatsmedicinecandoin this ease is tostrength-
en the tene of the stomach and bowels by good tonic and
anodyne medicines, such as Camomile, &c. Dr. William
Erans has had many cases in wvirih tilie ta'ients, who
were reduced to almost the i st -tace of atrophy, or little
better than skelietons, have oa restored to their usual
quantity of flesh in two me. ias, merely by having their
digestive organs strengthen .i by his Tonic or Camomile
Pills. Strong or continued targatives in this case would
be certain death.
These are all the diseases t'l t are scentilfisally ctassed
under the head of Marasmus, of which Marasmus Phthlst,
or Consumption, is the most fatal and prevalent speoese
and destroys about fifteen hundred persons in the city 1
Mew York alone every year, and who might be cured by
the timely use of Dr. Williama Evans' Tonic or Camomile
P ills, butnot afterwards by any medicine.
The medical office of DR. WILLIAM EVANS is at
]lo.100 Chatham st., New York, where his Camomile, as
well as his excellent Family Aperient Pills, may be obtain-
ed. Sold also by his adveetlsed country agents. Agents
are wanted.
Dr. William Evan's Office, 2, Arcade, Philadelphia, Penn.
New York.
C. Shepard, bookseller....189 Broadway,oppositeJohnst
No .... ah. *Carmine street
A."K."BertroaS booiseler,.................2s3 Bowery.
D. Bedel, perfumer.............*.........4. Fulton st.
J. B. Gilmran............................. Main .
Van Schatck............. No. 392 South Market street
Z C lar..... .. .. ........... .....book seller
Those. JtiWhitcomb, a0 Ferry street-agent, also, for Mont-
gomery Saratoga, andscnohariecounties.
C.Sphehrd Co........... .............booksellei.
B. Olds.......................... ... booktseller.
New Haven.
D.Mitchell..............................Church st.
Potter Wilson.......................booksellers
B. Wescott .............................booiselles
Jersey City.
P. Pauliuer ....-*.. *..**......*** .............** .........."
Elisabeth Town.
JH Smith w.......... 1 .... .1.....
J ]cltnrtie s ito., Stationer, .............Pa' wl cet, R
uge &ll Jweers.. ......Middleto i, Conns
W B. ider, erchant.........* ....N* ewpurgN ..
Gee LmiB ldo......h.......... *....... ..Newporg, N.Y.

ck '."..' .'......... 36s and37Corahill, Boston

persons afflicted with Hernia may now beassuredthat b
theproper application of this Truss, they may obtain a
speodY and effectual caroe.
Tho American Institute at their late fair, Octloberl8s5,
awarded to his Truss the sole premium.
The committee of eminent surgeons appi inted by the
Mchants' Institute, at their late Fair, held at Castle
Gaden having repo ted in favor of this Truss, that Insti-
lnston awardedfor the improvement a Silver Meal.
in apilying trusses ior the cure of Hernia, we have
ev vriy tof structure-from the emaciated to the
most corpulent habit to sait; and a pad, convex or con-
cave, permanently fixed, or limited motionwill not suit
scriminately in every case. The concave pad on a
' fshy person, lie a elases on a cushion, will draw from
the centre and the cnvex pad ena leanperson willpoess
immediately into the ring; so that in both cases theosi
lces willbo keptopen,and shouldtherupture be retained
producing incalculable mischief.
In the truss now offered, all these objections are re-
ved--for, in the firstplace, thepad has an opening in
the back, throu h which it may be packed or unpacked
at pleasure, rendering it flat or of anvdegree of convexity
or elastic convexity, which may be required, acting on
the slightest uresurae in the centre and In the second
place th rupture pad Is attached to the spring by a blll
sand socket, so that the action of the pad may be thrown In
any direction andmade fast with screws for thatpurpese,
rendering it a valuable acquisitionto any person afflicted
with rupture.
In conseeoutenct of the Increasing demand for these in.
trumonts .DR. MARSHALL has removed his office to the
more central location, No. 121 Bowery.
Hours of attendancee from t10 o'clock A: M. to 1 P. M. ;
m3 to 6 P.M. m91lm

t3- ANGINA PECTORIs.-Dr. Sears would most re-
spectfully observe, that among the numerous applications
made to him in pulmonary and dropslcal affection, be
has had many cases of this obscure and dangerous disease
'AnginaPcctoris." Persons subject to it have general-
ly she appearance of enjoyinggood health, antidnot being
aware of Its fatal tendency, apply no remained until, a-
larmedby its death-like paroxysms, they apply too late.
This disease is no doubt the cause of most of the sudden
deaths which frequently occur, and aredenominated "the
viscltation oi( God." Its prominent and characteristic
symptoms are an unpleasant sensation at the sternum
ore'st bone, commonly at the lower part ofit, attended
wvih patls abouttli breast, but more particularly about
the left side ani regloi ofthe heart, extending often to the
shoulder blades, especially the left, and often affecting
'ho left arm. Those subieco to it are sometimes awaken-
eil with asense of sufocation or difficulty of breathing,
andgenerally experience ashortnesa ofhreath, and some
times apalpitation of the heart, on walking fast where it
itascondingoor againstthe wind, or upaidflight ef stairs.
These symptoms are not constant, and the person often
eulioys gooiheailth, except during its paroxysmns, which
at first donot frequently oscur, but which become more
:rquieint,attendled with peculiar and ai-'minig sensations
and often ihoving suddenly fatal wihenapps'ently good
health is enjoyed. Having paid muth attention to the
treatment of this disease, and had considerable expert
eece in it. he would invite those subject to it, or who at
times experiencethe sensations above described, to call
on him at his office, 4i Ann street, and make such enqul-
rlesas may satisfy them.
lm Iny persons in this city can testify to the efficacy of
Doctor Sears'. Treatmentin this disease, having themsel-
ves received essential blnclt from it. Referenceto them
wiil be given at hisomce. Reference will iilso be given to
numerous individuals, who have been relieved of Pulmo-
nary anrl Dropsical iffections. Those subject te any of
these diseases, are requestdl to call at his cflice, 41 Ann
street, antd satisfy themselves. l2S t;,th& fr In
,3- ''- S ASi'RINGENT FILLS.-For the cure of
L < r. .. I> f ,. ,i f .N and all the weakt
nesoes o0'. ,..,, ,,-, r ':-- ",. without mercury
cubebs. terpentie or captir. Upwards it 20,000 boxes if
toese truly excellent pilI have been sold in New Yolk
alone, the lait year, and not a single Complunit has been
i, "," .: .i,, ;', I,, i ', '.',,-trim ents al to their just
,, ,,n i ,', -.. I .. .,
c in ... I 7 ..it, r e. i rmn mm, .A n I i h h f .
& l Iin a sI m ; I ,l l m I .. 1 ." '. l l
cured ef the disease, but their w"ole coinstitutions they
sail hai undergone a complete salutary cliar.g9, aud felt
themsieves restored to their wonted streragfti amirs vigor.
Wiren a Gonorrhis lasEs over a month, tbi use'of Dr
Cherry's Pills in alcw days removes all tie left symptoms
vhrith, uineas removed, tie Ilits too msny o0 their cost
know, hanges on for year, baffling the skill of t'ie most ex-
perienced; end when this lhs been the case, hundreds of
medical practitioners can corroborate ths wonderful tonle
and astrir.gent properties these pIll pOtseOs. To those
who have tried Dr. Cherry's Astringent Pills It is unne-
essar' to say more, ani those who many beo sceltical tray
s-liaTh'anteii,'" sitl carefully perulse the following docu-
:.'l ,.i r i.,i ybearoutthle Doctor's assertions.
Londoa, Jttae '.9,I 3a.
I have much pleasure in subscribln~ to tie effiany of
Dr. Itlierry's Astringent Pills, as I have experirnoutally
tied them in upwards of five hundred cases, uand always
with the raiie result, viz- perfect cure.
C. A. BACINGTON, Senior Surgeon.
Lo'k Hospital, Grosvonor Place, London."
The two following have more recently been received
fromhighly ressectable individuals. worthy of perfect re-
liance. Philadelphia, Juno 04, 1330.
Dr.Cherry.-Dear Sir: 1 beg your acceptance of the en-
closed Bce bill as a grateful memento for reotsririg me
heatll. When 1 wrote you in the month of last February, I
laid my cise b-fore you, stating that I labored under a
troubleso.ie Gleet, and had done so for nearly two years,
and that I had trrv'l ed, oletrd, sea botbed, Ia fact every
means my physician recommended; but still I lost flesi,
andmy relations thought se i aideep decline, and in des-
pair I solicited a trial of Your pills, ti~ee boxes of which I
took,and sincethe middle of last March, I have been en-
tirely free from thIe above enervating complaiia and am in
aroouststateofhealth,and my mind is now ely. Ineed
hardly say how happy I should ba togive every satisfaction
to any person so situated. Dear sir, yttr's rspectfully.
SAMUEL L- T- Philadelphia.
Chatham Fqouare, July 13 1835.
Dr. Cherry-Dear sir: [ regret extremely thbt iy mens
will not permit me to express my grateful thanks in a way
Icouhl wish, but allow me to say that my saso was ote if
extreme hardship, and prayed on my mind so much that I
coul.l hold on to no situation for any length ofilme. Luck-
ily, when destitute. my brother arrived from Albany,
(where your Pll's had eff'ctsd almost hopeless cures,) and
irouhtme tvwoboxs ot yourPillsa. This was In Ap iL
last-and since last May, I have been a new man, and as
soor as I can, shall give you what us7 feeling prompt me
yoe deserve. I send you my name and address, and af mv
testimony will avail, I will most cheerfully live it to any
one situated as I was J. A. W.
Wholesale and real! by A. B. & D. Sande. 100 Piltlon,
cor. Wiltliam ; and retail by Milnor & Gamble, corner of
Dey andl Broadway; J. Syme, cor. Walker and Bowery
S.J. Osborn. cor. Houston and Bownry; J. B. Nones, s4
Broadway ; J B. Austin. 4e Carmine street; and at tla
New York Chemical Hall, 35 Sixth Avenue, nearly oppo.
site Amity street.
N. B.--lhdie troubled with gravel are warranted to be
cured by Dr. Cherry's Astringent Pills. Reference to that
iffactmay bie procured from A. B. & D. Sands, corner Ful
'sot, near William st. Those having stone In the bltdder,
Pain In the kidneys, accTompanied wlth thick, repy urilne,
are astonishingly relieved by these pills, Price Sl per box.
N. i.-Southern merchants Who doesrr to purchaeo by
the drzE Sor gross, will be supplied at a vary liberal dis-
count. and the pills shall be warranted to them to produce
the desired effect; m 3am*

Prudence in all cases is necessary, bnt the saving of cop-
pers In at phial of medicine is pitiful economy, and
o.ten leads to worse consequences than the loss of the
established as a standard medicine lor nearly half a
century, inLondon ; for the easy, mild, and perfect cure of
tonorrtla, Gleet, and Lsucorrhu, it is, to speak the truth,
the only patent medicine whose sale has kept pace with its
age : anrd to extend its great usefulness, the proprietor,
having recently arrived in this city, has only to inform
thote. in want o such an article where it may be obtained
genuine, One single dose never fails to enlist iits favor
Tee ho ,itatingand nicely deltcateeand through their sole in-
fluncehas t'he BALSAM OP RAKASIRI reached its pre-
sent enviable poerularity. Not is single individual has yet
beenidlsapitoint;.s nor discovered while taking it-indeed it
ha safely convye evey r sue'oer beyond even the pale of
suspicion. This ls perhaps the only nmediche that has
gained a lasting repula'ion and certain rrcoiminendatton,
and ought to be judiciously selected from the host of medi-
cines, whOse only aim seems to have been to dazzle, dupe,
end dereive the ulnecky and unfortunate. The genuine
BALSAM OP RAKASIBI can only be obtained, at the fol-
lowing druggists, in the city of New York-Price Si.
A B. & D. Sands, cot. Fulton and William sts : J. S. Os-
borne. cor. ouston aud Bowery ; J. B. Nones, 644 Broad-
way, twodoers above Bleecker; V. Horwill, cor. Canal
and Hudson sts ; and at the New York Chemical Haul, 85
Sixth Avenue, nearly opposite Amily street, ir 13sin*

Br2 INVALID I- If you have tried all other medicine and
not been cured, and have twenty-live cents left, purchase a
box of Doctor Sear' Renovating Pills, and if you have not
thatauni.call at his ufiice, 4i Ann streetand he will give
you a dollar package, that you may be sure of finding re-
See advertisement in another column. fl4 Im
Th passageoof theteeth through the gums produces trou-.
blesome and dangerous symptoms. It is known by mo-
thers that there is great irritation in the mouth and gums
during this process. The gums swell, the secretion of
of saliva is increased, the child Is seized wiih frequent
and sudden fits of crying, watchlngs, starting in the sleep
and spasms of particular puts I the chili shrieks with ex-
treme violence,and thrustsl its fingers Into Its mouth.
these precursory symptoms are not Opeedily alleviated
spasmodic convulsions unlversallysupervoae, and soon
cause the dissolution of the infant. If mothers who have
their littleb'ibes afflicted witn these distressi-ngsymptoms
RUP, which ha preserved .hundreds of infants when
thought past recovery, from being suddenly rttacked with
titt fatal mala ly, convulsions. Sold by appointment at
100 Chatham st. fle lImi
Multitudes, old andyoung, are suffering from day to '\ayi
and have restless nights, who can be effeotually relieved
by Clarke's Cough Syrup,an article of extraordinary pow-
er, as they would learn by a few trials. Forsale at sI8
Bowery and 19S Broadiway, Price s31 cto. f1l tin'
E- BAD BLOOD, WORMS, &c.-These dreadful de-
stroyers of health, may be most fally removed by the
Physician's Family Pills. Let persons De persuaded to
ry but a single box. For sale at 1S6 Bowery. Price so cts.
f1l imn'
WM. PEA3A would inform the I ublicthat he is SupplHecd
with a complete assortment of Piano Fores ef differ-
ent pattornssand all the latest improvements, ans warrant-
ed to stand any climate, and not surpassed in toneby any
inthelceuintry. -yn
Also, Musial lnstrumentsof every description, and sheet
irmne of all the latest publications, also port folios, and
music bound on as reasonable terms as at any other house
in the city.
Mr. P. would mention, with regard to his Piano Fortes,
thattheyare select -d with g eat care in regard to the quali-
ty of tonse, as hue consl-ers himself perfectly qualified say-
ing beena teacher of the hbove instrument more than
filtoen yeoirs both in England and this country. All
Ptanmsea sold at hbs estabhisnment Is warranted for one
Win. Pease, Piano Forte and Music Store, 329 Broadway,
opposite Masonte Hall.
N B. Just published, the songs PFor Sake Me Not," ad
the "Grand Victoria Waliz." m9 tf

W isnts

WANTED -A young ean in the dry goods business,
good recommendations reuired, r'pplly at S4 Bowery.
roll i'
ROLLER ROY.-Wynied it,'.etiately a iioler boy, ap[lty
atNo. 2 Ca'hain ?qit'e, fiotof the to-ery. mn9S f
W A 'I ED, im.medtiate.y. boy to asnict in a puMihsih.g
sill,. in pressing ald mailnli p'pirs, etc. Apply at
WO. i thatham -qur foot of she Bt ,ery. ms tf
W ANTisl).-cA nucnoer t1 4 alov eCaera. Apply at NtO.
6Ba1TTO,.Wa .i19

WAN'TED TO "URCHASE--A steok of Dry GUorts ald
Shire a storein somnie goad location for bjslineus in this
ci:y for which cash will bep.51. Ap tly to.
FitOST & tO. 5 Itrersttway,
jll -i.tr, eeLchang.' Plate
l-r LIsT OF AGENTST for ths following Pure, Med
cinal Preparations.
S CLARRK'S CCUGH SYRUP, of extraordinary

J. (B.iRBOUR, Prinetpal, 185 Bowery,N. YORK.'
NEW YORK.-Milnor and iGaoili lS Brotadway-Sands,
lo Fultonst.-Schieffilin, ii Caan: lst.-Co!vill, *IS Btroad-
way-sarmer, lIO Division st.-G. CUilby, Franklin square
-J. W. Duryee,139 MaildenLane.
BROOKLYN.-.J. Vandlerorf, 110 Fulton st.
POUGHKEEPSIE.-Dr. EIlas' Trivett.
ALBANY.--C. FrothinSa':in, 37 Saite st.
'ftROY.-Elias Gais,2.a Riverst.
NEWARRK.-Van W.genaen & D. 13 Broad St.
do C. W. Badger, 351 Broadil s:.
PATTERSON-Burnett & Pollard
PSOHRIS'TOWN.-Jaucoi M. Kit,'.
St-teof MASSACHUSET'lT'.--ibcool & Co. Worcster,
GenI. Agenis.
HARTfPORT, C0mn.--James B. Gilmlian.
RANGOR, N. Y.-L. B. Patterron,
Bub. l ya.-Clarence aetparcl Cenl. Agent.
Tivoli, N. Y.-J. Ourwaier.
ArRwtiight, N. Y.- Simeon Clinton.
Canadict;, N. f.- Thoimas Doolilttle,.
tCardiff, N. Y.-Joha Splencr.l
C trlton, N. Y.-R. it. '- t..,-at*i C. ., ,
Casevalle, *. Y.-icar f.. fi 'im'
the Physician's Family Fills, thereby giving the bowels
astonishing freedom cf action, they should hIe ttlodowed by
Earbour'sBloodrootPills, orPURIIIER. OF THF, BLOOD,
which will cheerupoand invigorate the patient, by giving
the moatsurprising energy and eiat ticity to the stomach.-
For sale at the General Agec3c'Office, 13S R.-wars. fle2 Im'

I G COUGHS, UOULi(l4, COUbGi.-Let all who are
suffering from cough, however severe and of ion.t stanid-
ing, beontreated to give but 0.'E THOROUGH TRIAL
toClarke's Cough Srup, of mos: t.xtraordlinary power,
For sale at 1856 Bowery and 13 Broadway. Pri-c 31i
cents. I 1 Irn"
ROBERT LOWE, Co.l Engrav'r, has removed to No.
t Brtad vay, corner if Ltatrty street.
Visiting Cards. Bills ( r ". >,r, .
Cardnat Home. Bills r., L,., "
Cards ofAddress. NiNotairial ard Desk Seals ,
M-rehants Cards. Silver and Brass Door
hill Heads. Plates.
Coats cf Arms, Crests, and Cphelts engraved with care
and despatch.
.An apprentice wanted. ms Im*
Two offices t elet in Brcassay-en quire as aboro.

COAL LANDS l-'The undersigned will negociate the sale
ol Coal and other 1 hands; iIlst those ehlractcrised for
theirmineral and metailc produotions ,. ii ,. i ,
inths citty, ot h s LAND )Ff'lCB ::i. t 1 .- ", h, I
Those desirous to interest thamseves, cor who wish to
dispose of such property, will doan ell to ce"l.
m8 tf FROST & CO.

under the treatmentof Doctor Wm. IEvans, l50 Chatham
st.N.Y. Mir.B ejminil S. JarvEis, L3 Ctentre st. Newark,
N. J. atllicledfor four years, witl severe pains in till ais
points, which were always increasedon the slightest io-a
tion, thetongue preservedl a steady whitonese, loss of ap-
petite, diziness in his head,the bowels commonly very
costive,theurine high coloured, and often irofuse sweat-
ing, unattendedby relief. The nboeve symptoms werealso
attended by considerable difloi lty t lireatteing,t with a
sense of tihtuess asrttue the chose, likewise a great
want of due energy in the nervous system. Tl'e ibov0
symptoms were entirely removed and a perfect cure ef-
fected biy Dr. Win. Evanrs. BENJAMIN 3. JARVIS.
CityandCounty of New York, ss.-En.jamnin S. Jarvis
being duly sworn, doth depose andi say, that the facts sta-
in the above certfllsate, subscribed by hima, are in all
rest cots true. BENJAMIN S. JARVIS.
Sworn before me this 25th day of November, 1835.
William Soul, Notary Pualic, No. 95 Nessau st. N. Y
f 125 tn0

children sutferingfrom WHOOPING or other DREADFUL
COUGHS? The be entreated to try Clarke's Cough Sy-
rup, o01 most extraordinary power, a few doses will most
certainly relieve them, even fromthose severe strangling
fits of coughing. For sale ft l8C Bowery, Pud 193 Broad
way. Tiry Itonceaid satisfyyourselves. Priceat cts.
f12 tn-s

Broadway, up-stairs.-DR. SHANKS, Oculist, tupil of the
most celebrated and distinguished Oculist in Europe, Pro
fessor M'Kentlzle, and Licentiate of the New York State
Medical Society, bees to inform those who are affected with
diseases of the Eye, or defective vision, that an opportu-
nityis here affsrdedthem of getting thsir eyes permanent-
lvy cured by peculiarly effective means, wiceh when ap-
plied to numerous affections generally considered incura-
ble, restores to sight in the shortest possible time, without
the experimenting operations and torturing applications
too much in use tL5hose who bestow but little attention to
the refined character ef the study of the eye, comprising as
itdoes, most minute dissection, and an intimate nitowledge
not only of the common forms of disease and defects ofvi.
slon, but also of the diseases and defects which are pecu-
liar to each tissue independently of the other structures
which enter Into the composition of this delicate and conm-
plierated organ.
Dr. S.from his knowledgeof optics connected with dis-
eased and defectiv! vision, weak and painful eyes, presents
to the public the Proper selection of glasses, of the first
material and polish, being ground on both sides from ihe
samoe centre,whleh have the desirable peculiarity of not only
remedying the defect of vision, but also of preventing the
slightest dcgee of irritation to the eye. Esiccial attention
will be paid to the adjustment of the glasses to the present
degree of defect. An error in this particular has been.and
contiuiiuss to be, productive of the most serious injury to
the syes cf thousands, by applying for glasses to those
who tire aLke ignorant of the science of optics and the fa-
bric oftha cye.
Dr. S. will be happy to explain the anatomical structure
of the eye, andt the causes of defective vision, showing thl
great importance, when passes are required in ordor to as.-
sistand preserve the sight-of having them of the exactfo-
cal length to pit the plirticular age itd lefsect.
N, B.-Artilitil eyes accurately inuertnt.
Office hours romin lal 'cleekdaily, sundays except.
Advice rothe Ioor. gratis, from 5 tor 6 o'clock. nis Im00

Cash accommodations, to any extent, on the iuo.t *** I
le~rm.i f-j t

New ans splendid style o0
II1A I a0 CF 1'l' T I MA 0
r I.txt door ro the Zoological Institute. j28 Sim

Superlfer and Fashionable mode of
No. 254 Grand, next door to the corner of Forsyth street,
SI New York. 111 DL
si[G'N OF 'JTHE cnLa~o&D.j
7 1-2 BOWERY, (up stairs.)
N. B.--ee advertisement. dlso smis
Furniture, Dry Goods, and Hardware Brokers, and
Consisting of every desctiptlon of cutlery, mechanics'
tools, paintings, looking glasses, &e. for sale at extremely
low prices.
Ego"- FOR SALE.-Two splendid tAudlubon's Washing-
ton) Esgles, beautifully prepared j suitable for displaying
a bar room, or any other public meeting room, to much id
vantage. fst imeod-

-x~~~~~a rntiset sae aiFu~l_~ ~ s

ar mil mesnse ITa

P K TR l .fB -T" E-.
Benefit of Mlrs. Hison.
TIch .SVFNs ti will ,ei r.-sentod
Susanvah, .- Mis. l:bbi
To Conclude with
Z-l-, .. M'lle Augusta
Doorsopen aisi, anrt'errormances '-ern at7 'crookh.

"''tr aihEVBPNiN, T witoi. ll 01' ';tn ed
CZE PA, el Tril CHILD S F Tie. DESET -
1MR. CUuivE',5 unrnvny lei S'ud r o r.c ,,'... ..i,; : ,' 50
in number, eni Treble Coininty. ".. ii .
-I i.7i L CHARAC'T'iBS.
Messrs. 5 '. 1 P'kersi.. Wcor hull, Blakrley,
Jamer-on; 1l..' ,;,-. no Mrs. Ht.rring.
PHrfevious to w.iclh
Slo'slh, ". Mrt. Gairs
Box:es 73 eouts; Pit 371 o'nis ; Gal.'ery 5 cents.

a'A KtN Li IN I t '; 'tt 1-0 iA''HAa'.i t.UtiAsE.k
Benefit c/ .h'r. Inraersol.
THISt '+;Vr.NINi, wet It mtountcd
tie iV si ti r 2nl Arri. I*
D'Y3-IUN AM) iY'ilI;I;A.
D.meon. .-. -. Mr. ,J R. Scott
Pyti a*., -. A J r 1). I;,;rso:l
lhe 04-hsaI 5th At-ta of
DAMtd AND yTlit AS.
0I2- ChGtrlgi, Cha. ict ie y
Damon- vr. It. I -
li'ythiis, -----. -----r. J.1.,. -
Afftr which
DON Cl1VANNI, Or a S,[ctre on iTrseb ttC
Don Ui,v inui, -. Mr. E-win
T ~. wiLF.
Chencicl'- Chile, : Mr. C'occv
C ltpealn r l toun. ir. :,;it.;ii
Doornopen el' nailt pisl ti, and teriormia.cei cci armencies
at haLi ist i7'uhcic C
^'iLL riH t ._ Lf '
--!Ti' -'"Tr .' .ICAL I ; Brvwely, vWi
i .... r,- the ;in .:' )k,. onl. '.The ,tublii nu erospotL..
fully iniotme iel IhtCi VAN a tUbt. I a'til en Le iii
aninmnl;! ;a 4 S,( i ..! ,.. w n h his E tibt l l.;, ,, : ,, I,
the ionile 'lnd M monkeys, will i i .1 ,. ..
a ,1 tnt1 P. M.
,oursI O1 Exibhition. from 10 to It2-2ltoe -ai-id? to 9 1-2
-,---. I issiotn 50 t cnts, chiioretii untdei i ll .rts 0of1

A MlEtlOAN f UJ-UsMi-M-dIrbie bu'tings.-, ciiiier Cl
*l Bioadiwa-y '.l .. ..
!i hut i. i i AND VENRItLO-
'- . J 1 i .I ,, Liu"lTl l' il^, \ (c> l-'
i->i. hln cator, aind i,,, ,, ,*' 1 1 vo .n ,- .-si ,'*?>, ilr
at hesBibmui of *.', 11 n .m .. ,1r. i .i
ele-antil' ecorated r : ... .. ,. ., .
Fel. 7th, at j l past 7 .. .. .. .


is natto .. ,, i ... i. -
0xc0 ete e ,1 : ,: .i 1 1 '. .
. ., ;i,: ,oew, ortlgintl, ofa hide;y int'ci, ctu,, inori,
tO**i b .l .. i j i n I !.n .'1. ni .. '- paid ofc, szo
witlpresio. ,,r n, F _d,.u s,, o
o iilos te a .' 't I .fl. -i' -.1=<*-*1 A oe s r
Adinisision, 25 Centsa. Children under 10 years, half
price. fas

Hall. *
For a short time only, Mt, WViLDEN thle Prince of Ma
giciails, ,11 through great vatiery if cxtlauidinary
leas ln r Lt,. A .- L' -'-'fr". r'-singri any iarti-
cies too ple r i,-, i *i .., ,- ,. ', i rithe tre fatas-
,* i, -* *.. *.. i will close eache''eniltU seretert.in".
,I'1 I :.1' rii ",ry of the conrip.,iy to Stre a pilsiol
loaided v/,t thro' leaden ualls at hilt :etst, and caoh
them it his hand.
The exhibition conamenccs at 8 o'cloct every evenine.
Th e tl endil cecetloi if ite coiril nature ind ri, is
open eveiy da oy and evenirf lor the :;attilctt'ion olf the
curious Miany ati;uiable taddhions h;ave i;(ly ibeen added.
Trioe Phantasmtigo is, or mlihgigr Lat rnti, isexhultdLed eve-
.i ,, .. r,. ,,- .,-,. nff oinchesinheight,
ani a' years of age, cots accurate likenesses at one shil-
liing each.
The Great Living Anecn'di of Ben-.l,14 feet in length,
IC perfectly doctle, Se ;iito bc; handieu by iiei most tiitd.
Adtmittano, to thewhole,25 cents-chlildren ended 10
yetorshalfnrice. f ".5

MAGNET' OF AsI I .'. I '.' r.' *', '*' NEW
itlOV'Ni fi l' .s., .,ri r. i ". i noslte at.
Pouf's Cbarch, ii.,'. i i "- i I .i,ln," ,,, ;pectft -
i, i, ,:i 'r.c r the above I[ioi]ara lt fishionatie ilace
,, s.,,, ,-, inwopenona ni I.li larger scale than
formerly, with a new Oet of M oviau Ijhtamic SceIet. by
the bestartists. Th' Saloon htst bed entirely rreitted for
the comhlrt of the visitors, ard splenedojy diecorated,
forr i- .'. ,. .: :. l .. : ,, 1. .- ,| puI licex-
to r l . i, ,i i ,. r. ,,- ;
s p)l. I I ., -, .,,. r .- .. ,., ,,I. ,
Jones, Grain,
Bengough, Lehr,
Sewell, and others,
The faithful representation ut this melancholy event
having created the most inteln.e interest I. .- I.,
;sdl fashionable audienceon itstfistreipr .. ,..t ,.. ,,
be repeated this evening, vith t'he following attractions
1-ANIMAPTEA VIEW nenr Plymouth,Englanrd,
Among th,- Drop ocenesaro
Mount Vernon Duke White
View of tie Rhine C. Lehr
Corunna in Spain P. Grain, sen
Scene from tie illaid of Cashmere H. Seowell
View of London Irom WaterlooBridge, Benleough
View near Missolonghi, Greece R. Jones
Temple of Science Walker
Boxes, 50 cents. Parquette & upper Seats, 25 cente.--
Children, accompanied by their Parents or Guardians,
Doors open at 6, performance commence at 7 o'clock.
SPEtTACLES.-Persons having weak 'ir sore eyes ca.n
be furnilsed with Sspetacles of every descriptoeun,
that will afford great relief, by applyinratthe manulacto.
rv of J. RICHARBS,
010 emis 175 Broal Vay.ut stairs.
DOCTOR CARPINTEReontinues to devatrhis undivid-
Led personal atlentisn, to the reliefof tie affected aid
unlior uunate, the victims of imprudence, and also the vic-
tims of Quacksand Quack nostrums.
To a mind that is capable of appreciating obvious facts,
it is needless to remark, that no specific rentedies exist
that cn ibe apIlicable in all cases anl snges of verialtor
syphslictO diseases, nor in any o'her, tht they nquise a
treatments corrcspondi ng with their peculiar state situa-
tion and duration, nnder ihe direction sif s PHYSICI iN,
and hence the absurdity and real danger of toomptrin"g,
with nostruims, got p in isnorarnce anil crimitally dis-
semisated by reckless and irresponsible venders, many of
themnwi'houtevena preteittion to medical acquirerrents,
Deoior C. having devoted ruch time aid atlention to this
particular itranch ot practice, for the iast twenty.-fiveyears,
isenabled to offtr the most prompt and effecluel remedies,
ina pleasant and agreeable form, without detention from
odlinary avocatie ona onnddefylnr tha orrutiln ofobservers
sepa'atei ffires are arraneti toe the privacy oi 'atien's
andI the disease will be erTad.icated in 'lihe shortest praictica-
bletline ; recent cases speeddily removed without aty in.
rsnvri''ittne, and shet satie retnark tIlat "secer'v aillis
tobsciveid isdeemed super flaous, .ll cases gu.r.nteed ani l
rh-,n-- rnileetie, be "laifnlar in the iuinber. FOUR
:*!, .c*l|' neaor Pearl street. DHe. CAbRI~tiNTEI, rate
Surgeon oa theU. Arm, Licentiateof the NEW TORY
S''T' 't'lE DICAL SOCIETY, rnd for twniy five years
i tiaclltioner iut ihis city.
O- Dr. C. Furoishes medicines for patients at a dis-
tance, ,or all diseases of a delicate na'ure, (on writing a
, i t r .-.-.. .. -,',i..t... i ,'ihfull and co otus
', i,,, hi i , .I i such c ase the Ia-
".' "'I '' i. .... ''m ,, a -, "-- al so a p re ve n tiv e
-.', iri -" ,.'. t *i ,,, l ...... office i ienuttril
ten se'lock in the eveinn., ip, niln
,.. ", -i. r.. ;,' .,e -.i- i .. ce* ssku iex e-.

l .l .'., ,, .o -,r c, i ho; t l : cf

fitu trses, i-ltei r it A t'ii' i-n. ,ri it 1 i .... ,,
tot0 Cli il clli AIso'. i'-c P ri.ks, (wv rranre, o I t lt t ,
Stourtri )le,. f all hatee', for la t,-r "t i,
..g o n sc n -1 I f

.rU .r,.:i. ti,. '-. r ,terils is neceoar'
baker's oven ns sit ihsus' ti-Os of ilteret siaes end
tirlkncss, stove linings of all idscrlptloans, o'ade to pat-
tern. '
Pire clay,snn,lr. rt .. -, ,,,| .,, .
w here the ns'st in -. i ..... ".,.. ., i ,.,
cles In hair Ii---*---.---- ..*------------,i', 1,
pa'ch, and l on i ... ,-, h i ,, "
N. B.-P rsons 't a dist neer cani bh sutipplied by senoitng
., ", ,-,,.: as f .-,. ,, Asthiscs
-,- --.- ,' ,,,, ,,. ,, i t e oisr exte lsive scali f
ansy in the unisn *ill cotminiu icatiait addrossr 1 t he
subscriber will meet with stlit attention.
me4 ot M. LEPOULON, Manager.
SNEW O Chambies strcet.-At this cfi .c tlire is a
number of first rate horses both in pairs
and site's ,n' l'e.",. .llt' i1 -.,n who
*"* -i v- ish o t ,.. -, .i i ii. -.. .,,- looh
overthu i r ,.... i i ... ., horsess
for sale will please call ,. ... tha'
sliv horses or p stIreof i., ,,i wi
pileos i -...-...'i., .1 r. tie h.is sotiioi l mite
than-i i .... -. i r., are now drilvi g the
same horses that was obtained th rougl the exert li s ofi
th.casuiserhsr. JOEs, sm-Hl. into '2 **
tIrl' -' -. :Ia.' -For s.Ile, a new ti ve iln CanV-ts
M- '"',, ," i high, 62 ett sieamctlr, asilss 12 lect-
will be sili at a reduced price. Apiplvy to EDWARD
PROBY, N). 65 O.iay street, Albany, or to'THOS. .1. ItRE.
LAND, 186 Front st. New York. f 2. I n11

t.l.CJrat muts,.
.. t',I RIS. Auilaieineen
Store No. 17. Pearl St.
tIV BBN10r.IsIN a1ttl Z]Y
Oirce ?o..-i Peai5.
At 1lo'clk, at theuttiiin room0 i gepr, aI i.tsettntn to
Engflih, bitrclt ;ted \ee mnan tiltlv' 0' ''iiwhi iticiethivi
inlitasod lt tarc'hetis. 1 r rt '. A/ so. a gosiithlyr
hardwtiro niid cuslenry, e'nd mt ris tie ) se ii it'i- esUte,
siiItrd zli nrt or
aind inazir.e.
7N. U. The subscriber > equi*stt consinsnI en;ts from fhos
,i, ,. ., I, es his fihli intl i unrctuu
"i,, ,', ,, r .1 i ,.r, ,r ., 10, e .ood I tI w j lier'ce;ve
Iimnitet nad: rtnya censtiht i illn. Also, I]I s.les ni lurn
lure, & s. w ill.. i, i O
"Mi I.OOt' EY, Ai'rlirtper.
REGULAn Ll.s FlueR -, IA n'W HAVEN.
*11* NUi1 X I ,~ i.... t,.5s.05-

,* ,, F .t .. c i r i .- i _r.
at 7 it'clcK ., A. M .. i'i-il .'ew Ili ten, IIt J. It -:' ai Co'.'s
-elSt s, t ri & eiri, k,P M.Oi tayi, C i;tI-,t n:ii, 'lI ti me ai
,I .t. i ,. te' rrit itds itt iOav t r i l. t n fife
arid tuposuiti'ns, o loigt prajc.ised on t0: 'e i erih K-ver
FIa ehnusage apply aj the ol' established S'tie -iffice,
Yik HOiIoe". tO. 5 Couitlarnit .sert[. 1D DrisLtirce by
,i. 5. t. tAV, Ncwv'V oi'k,
L JiAY-', Ntw -ae.ute Acits.
a,. DALIa \A I-. Litc ileld,
N 'iC.-Sry itbist lint, ai'ts- gelt'. ws lis i nit n ti '- che. p-
er, easitr, ;,mI i ,, 1 .1 ., }-. t, i i ), ^ e l h)i siert g -n s
ra.ive to ro-s t i. i i ... .. af tr ';. r a s ;Ibove,
sleeilmk.n i, Litcifielid, ai d atr vsitg at A.l;..iy c. rry 'he
iE-x' thy. n 4 if

(. -2- L^ *" 1 1 'l
i i *r i i i. i 3 I n
-'"-" 'at ,.... ........ .... +
-- -. '-A L .. I ':*' -i I, ,, ,,ii 1l leave N tw 5" ;tR. 11i nt the
t i, ,,,i sev mo. n- Frl s'' r-nex t tei.d
at7a o el>cc, iai oilti ai 'e-ta o r t-tne Plio i i-t For
\ it .s' ilp ilyat ti.- i.flia' cn it iAl. 'S oi:t f.' isht
bigtS .tte, its1;i b,,s, : c: erie, oo at's o ]'cr lts I dcl p' ,t (tiy
takeit, ;'hipt ed ur i fIli ,! at)t at'r l i ;it ].us bIc ;,i the
rlit of i-h3 o.s els ofcucli gotds, ftc il. sat"a"", &c.
I CO810mi
li FU SAL I --H ,tt;i ,,... l.tT, f Grr ,nI ie.tr.
-'i t f-i"t 375. i'\ll Steinj. tii sutr ; t No. 5
-50.t- ny7 ul'-

:" \ .ti' t!. i il. a. ,i ti t a:r
One trh ,I i l lre pla,' p aiirol, i (,.-liar.
.AI.^, fl om the Ist of lll,"y ;:: o u. for a wrt : I, r ;y,o story
.'', .- ,, w, d h;t i .si two l0C:t i .i.Ovs gbr-
S ''. ,, r tSll er'ila y. Iriuiric ni the prcm-
to 1ititi
ecl Iii' ils tt .t It iCti teen.
Avel r, l)ted,;n. ulvi f m g[ a.n*.
i t *L!e], -n -he .-ew aid [I il an'itl l it itog
Soo-i 5a ,tI C n at 7 l.i t, att iE-rim' it 9'. 'lie iel inr,
wit bhe lhatrit] rid, tit 11 3 0 Iitl ('iiutd Ire i' e .Sc; '-;yUo
hd ininedilteiy. Al'ply io
tfJ If l 1IIi'E(; & PROTHf1IS 8s Cliffst.
S '10 LET'.-- ll' t 'ore, No. 527 'arl 0 .1t ,. Fi'turi:RI
g Pgqurn ,;: i,. I,, ,r.i_ imw occupied by Mer-
S.. ghsll it ,,1 [nI quiit tmtli' tsof t~ielh lt
tr Or rAlInPEt E & Eft.O'li-THFPS. N -a C!iff it.
g TIO I.E', .i brcK tIr.t iiise ;t d 0sote, ii Cherry
ist street, rear A;lsIie's Ftuidery. 'I'he siose is ocmu-
. pictdm ise 'Croey,an ccitmirsds ,, I. .
inss aent 27f0 atdii taxes, ni qaire o" I '. it,',:. f]t
tfi5U gisl l Nil. 's 5 -ascrr. Ir9 tf

nS 1 ,t -'tL .-. ne r Li c ,s. e ad.
il store 3-t 7 Pei7r] street, i 7 . .. Jot JS
jsti.by ei! heel.
Also- The two story frime house and lot 3E71 Pearl so
The lot is rct by 00 in eeli ih.
Also-'1 lie two, stor y brlimih: to -e and lot No. 1 Haguest,
3C feesr-ent byt rr fr-et in ,lei,-i.
ALSO- The 2 six stoy ]itics sfore, tos. 5 ard 7 iague
street. Tite bulm'ie;'s con inunicite. The lot is "15 tlee
a-+r t- ,.' alt ly ]>to
'etii nr i' i r t.;OTHEBRS, F Cl first
j _,7OR AA-.'.t -UHlieRs.'. -mo LI the.lofts tflo. =
dieiab.Duiuroe a tieet. corner cf Ro e steet very Ia-st andt
doetoabso fur wcrol. Is'us-i jitsi sasturoii In to it nCi 'l ay
they will be let mr-ag1er or aci's-v Ap-ly alt 50 Pmne
S .treet it31

St -

i -I

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"*'*r..i', i,L i .,'; .ir *i AtOD CAISI.kY POT
1 ,, .',,: ,',i i .re 13 Char.1 r .. ... ,1. .r W est
Iart'n'il P-rsn bl10e i ;, ., -. I i :..r.v
I alwiy, y n l ,.i i1 i iI.
.. i t , r i 1
bi' wal iinledil tostal ai I ,t'r.r. he UGilreney Pots
-.. "(.:iOiey 0'ir-ii ys; they atre cheap, durable
i.,,, i..' sietierethr.-) lI' sireuaeldon pew huiid-
ites, thc stack nt' isino s t .t it, ,d r, i.,. K
work require carrying i p r r. t, ic.-1, .1
w ich the ownerol the bous, ,-, r' .. i -i( i :iC. r,. s.1l1
havse no smokey lire places -:,...,ii., :,--i' hii tair.l',rUp,
c.C, c
N. u. Just arrived andon sale, loobarrels Fresh Ro-an
Cemntet. t7 list*
UT-l lUOT I -..... i r..: '. h- ,undsomest
Sand bsot Bos e 'r ...i ,, r.-..- York public
are now for s.l i .L,' : r. .'ii .. i attheold
ste n h. hf ,' r ,,i. I i ,. asplendit,
stock of Lili, '.. ,,, ar s' ,:i,''-, BoItts and
Shoes, of every Oee-rlltitson, ame are noiw tile to Offer to
the psbltc, boois"ititedhoos. ruprriob to nrv 'b'" of ind
l retolire t Glare. e'rt lite 1 t .r.',,, : bMots
cannot be beat. Tlteir cppearance is equal to tie high-
est priotl bhts ai.d no nlsial--nei trial is -uf0ient to
irv lt. '1 he publictrr t i-,,,.. ite.d to call and
examine frtlhiemtelvcsat a, 5, ", ,1. 230Caralst.l the
orrgrn.l establishmeuer ite ,. .', CrC' .', ich
street-til prevent niistlke, i ,1 i ., ,,,...i the
public will do we -l to nonco the nun beaT 2o,as their store
has lormerly been tHe first stare fior Greenwich street.-
The ubsclbsiers, ratetaul ior past favors, solicit a contin-
u tion f pub psalrolrae tlcry will spliare no ,it"s or ex-
'" '*"a: t. ,- "- ..... .IthosevhonmayfaV5rlhem
a ,' ,1 i .., i -, u where 'ho ninsle sixpen-e
',-.-: iI,;r i ,. iI -.,l ', tcn't mistake the st0o e, t30
r, -b **, I. *** i i .... ,.,e package or doztn.

L isj: ANri FiC *,.-, -A Lady that 0as beenteachin
M-LTJ *'. it.o the loot eight years, mnd ca
give the mnsturqarealthita'le references as sober abilitiees
ec., would bh plrased to p've lesasins to a few more
young Ladile in the above branches- Terms 810 ner
quarter. A note addressed to S. E., and left at this office
\,ill receive i immediate attention. m9 tw
--t SALE, the foilowing Pilnting Materials viz ?-one su-
,r r.-, ,1 ,',. : one setniling press, a font if small pica,
S, i, u',e I of brivier, and t5 or 6 medium chases.-
The above will be atld on sach terms so will offer an in-
ducen.ent to purchasers. Anply t 70 Vesey street, third
storvy. ms tf
"ORKVILLE.-A n eetilg o0 the Ytrkville Impr(ve-
moinent Association,wll tice place at the HowaSrd House,
corner i e. ..i i Iloword Street, on Monday rvs-
ninge, t ,,. i. i .r "i past 7 o'clock. All owners of
rr *- ,i 1 i..-. :i. i ithstreets, and between the
7,.1. ., ..1,,.: or,.1 i I. ; .,. invited to attend, as they
have a deep intercut ii the improvements that are now
about being made in that district, m!o 3t

tuh Do cl Ro-, 11'" ','t ISTS, SURGEONS AND OTH-
mentsntlt Culery itMatu't.a ... in. .i.. ,, r. r i
attorney streets, (over Jts ir,' : .,I Cf 1,11iI ..
labI satnaen i.)
B All kinds of surgical instruments and cutlery,
g il ** ,i i, i,.i..1 .r tre rd.
,' .. ...* iii., 0,1all minds, irsade to older-
all lhoahovo want citcd. antl i *i, r. -...., rn a
atwholesale or rcali,. Otier ,- ', i.- ... ,,ul ,,:in l r .,r
atM t.F. Liesa 's cti-tut:-- tri ., i. i ... .1. no '.-'.
tuo er No. 7Lillerti sII.It, wil i.'. r. i, .'..'.' ed to.
R."'" 'hlt- issy ir frnt, taE,.. ;"' t ,. ,,i .' having
been f't tnti'f a;'r P. il--s a i.inli. r .: years pist. offers
hit ,v!as a:1 tIo alirv. nie ilt nietcd.kl taculty and
doe itii pr itit owners, fni ; .i i.
tro,11i xie t h ties sli.:tl:,e 'I.. S lI ti"tn" i
ano l |!:'icn ii hlsn,.w 'ed,-u rt ,,i -. i." ,i ..' ri .r i

amit, **. ", til" ;...ll t. 'qli itii;s' ,--iO (. t .itCedh,,e stree
i ',n. ti i nn.wtv.' ".i y au eyed C,
l\lA~tl-,'5 ',r rrir.Br,; "u tucti(i i is a routine of the most
cii)in i' eisle c 1,tvi.etc c i-the sitleri n 1 i.- ,t I .
noilisols, aniI iO es tie boots of a ir, t ...i, ,-
emb.icini a .m reat 'vati, y o hus slrS" r 'i, ti. -
c' ..... i t 0 *r lOnuotmt, &c. &c.
-, i '; ., *. r s 'noporlant branch of t mer-
ir t isala the rooms wad the bookstores

.... .' ,,, F lk K"epiit Sim l ified"-this look is
intr diced in the Nos Y' Pt libc schools in prelerence
+-**l,- k on the s'.l,lect.-sro. soo ia~es-si, "5.
.I c., Book-keelinig lmlrniveditiit_ pagcssvo.
--S cents.
A Lectur: on the Stluly of ook.keeping.'--i ersnt.
it7 tC
A IA.l' eui ''ttl. L litle.- lesn aitit Irb't opinion
Sthe female iiil .ir.inl h-tartor, is tco:, ir exalted to
suppose fo. aTrocnrnt thatt! i .' .i .., i ..ini else-
where, to whom a h lis art is ,,.ii ,. i cn heci-
olei onr i.. er-tl to 'tr...e hin. u". s es't c d :r s
iuisell to hlicr 1 oCil ci'ie onlyI *i''te p.i- e resalc Cfitlli-
ii,. i. -
..n '.* n I .1, to such as are
n, i i,- ,i I ". He is conslient
*, .. ,, ,,, ,. 00, 0nes o1 :;e ladies s
who haoe receive.I len fil: ,y swearir st e iaiti.uj his-
.. et present an ai .iy ,lii i b lor m1iert worth.
i I1- andi respecrtability, weoull tir ouwteigh his
' ... .... Insn'tri. ts. Thiy are spread on tho lost
,i,,it ; nil pliable rirtei, liInk, ;t''i faiv-n colored
liars' skin; i ll ntIII St soil i tltes t inene. intl n.Ay he
wnTn lv 'h" moot dtilica'e (ensde in .!t Slirtrtns, sith
-a-c ian i coproi fur one enth.
T'hey are cli .at the tittrwy Itcdilna St-re, *69 Bowery
by the lailSIc ostut ubhgcad lie ubolle saolvnt,
m6 Iw M. W. BADBAU

Bold Burglary.-On Thursday night between
the hours of half past ten and,threa o'clock, some
bold and daring villain, entered and robbed ihe
house No. 121 Barrow street. Passing through
an alley way that separates it from the adjoining
house, the fellow scaled a high division fence,and
entering through the back door, ascended to the
chamber in the secondstory where the proprietor
and his wife werein bed, stole two silver wat chies
belonging severally to them, as also the money
in the pockets of the gentleman, and lighten;; a
lamp penetrated to the attack chamber where theo
servant girl slept, and whose trunk robbed of ear-
rings and other jewelry, a pencil-case, and all then
moneyshe had ofher month's wages; and then
passing down stairs nto the street, effected his
escape. While such bold and dexterous burglarsi
and robbers are abroad, it behoves the citizens to
look well to their doors and windows, and pre
vent if possible, villains,from entering their dwel-

Stolen Goods.-A large quantity of stolen goods
were lately found secreted in a dwelling house in1
New Bedford, consisting of dry goods, shoes,
pins, crockery, &c., lo the value of not less than
t1000. The Gazette says, the family on whose
premises they were found, have hitherto been
considered poor but respectable-and it would
seem from the evidence, that the principal pilfer-
ers were the mother and her youngest daughter,
who had been taught to take every thing that she
could lay her hands on without detection, from ih
stores-yes, the mother had actually instructed
her daughter in the business, going to the shops
with her, and showing her how to steal. The
daughter was about 14 years of age, was used as
State's evidence, and the manner in which she
told her story to the court left no doubt of its
1:' Snow fell at Savannah, on Saturday'last,
rom 9 to to10 inches deep, and it was still falling
when the account was written.

On Saturday last, so intense was the cold at
Canadagua, that the thermometer was at four
degrees below zero.

Rates of Pilotage.-The following are the rates
of pilotage, as established by the law of New Jer-
sey, and as embraced in the bill now before the
legislature of this state.
N. Jersey Pilots. N. York Pilots.
Under tlietsact.
Vessels drawing less than
14 feet water, $1 p53 er foot. 32 00o er foot.
Between tiana 18 feet, 1 75 250 '
More than is feet, 2 25 00 "
Between 1st November an4
1st ol April, forall vessel
of more than t10 feet of
water, 4 s0 4 00 "
Less than 10 feet, 2 0 2 00 "
All Foreign vessels w't entitled by treaty to be on the
Same looting withAmeaoan vessels,are to pay one-fourth
As the New Jersey pilots have now an equal
right with those appointed in New York-both
being, in fact, the legal pilots in all the collection
districts on the waters of the Hudson-it would
be well for our legislators at Albany to alter the
-rates in the bill now before them. They mayl
otherwise throw their friends out of business.

Victssitudes of Fortune. The Boston Post
says that in the year 181t or '14, Ira Ingham was
a school teacher in the then village of Utica,
where he committed a forgery, (says the Mo-
hawk Courier) for which he was sentenced to
imprisonment in the state prison at New York.
After his release, he assumed another name, and
H became a bookseller, in a small way, in some
S'pan of the state of Kentucky. We perceive by
the New York papers,,that a"law on the subject
of slavery has been recently enacted in the Na-
tion of Texas, and that one Ira Ingham has
signed the same as speaker of the House of Rep-
resentatives of that Republic.

A Handful of Nose.-The Boston Post says,
a brother editor who is somewhat celebrated for
the magnitude .of his nasal organ, in reply to an
antagonist who has threatened to pull his nose,
says, if he attempts it he willhave his hands full.

The Ship Constitution.-The editor of toe
Delaware Journal, has received a letter from a
gentleman on board the U. States frigate Con-
stitution, dated Lisbon, January 17th, which
says, the Constitution has returned from a de-
lightful cruise up the Mediterranean, having vi-
sited the most interesting ports on both' sides
As she came down the Mediterranean she gave
assistance to an English brig, in distress in a-galu
of wind, and had to bear away for Cadiz, in order
to insure the stranger safety. The act recei-
ved the highest applause from the British resi'

Royal Sensitiveness.-The ouarnal de Mod,
which occupies itself with fashion's, has beer
condemned to 3900f. fine, ana its editor to a
month's imprisonment, for articles injurious tt
the Dukes of Orleans and Nemours, and Mde
Adelaide. Possibly criticisms on their dress.

Fashionable way of Biting.-The Lancaster
Ohio, Express says that business is sometimes
carried on there with a very small capital, exceptp
of impudence, he means.) The villain of an eve
ning pops into the shop with his head uncovered
'- as if residing in the vicinity, and makes purchase
on credit, being in too great a hurry to pay at th
moment. His hurry never leaves him till he i
lodged in the jug, for he does not get time even to
go back and pay up arrearages.

Jackson's Birth Day.-The first company o
Jackson Guards, intend to give their third Annu
al Military and Civic Ball, at Tammany Hall, om
Wednesday evening next. It will, no doubt, bh
a brilliant affair.

Paying for a Wife.-A down east paper say
the people of Connecticut are proverbial for their
dickering propensities. After a recent marriage
there, the bridegroom took the oergyman ver
slyly aside, and whispered to him, Cant yo
take the pay out in taturs ."
Lost Lost Lost 'The Boston Transcrii

makes the following lugubrious remarks :-O
the last day of the last Congress of the Unite
States, the bill for the relief of the sufferers tI
the great fire in New York, was lost. The Lan
bill was lost. The Army bill was lost. Tt
French and Neapolitan claim bill was lost. Tt
Tariff bills were lost. The Fortification oill wa
lost, and the Currency bill was vetoed.

The Baltimore Annual Conference of the M
thodist Episcopal Church commenced its set
sion in that city on Wednesday last. Bisho
Waugh presides,.

'r3- This Salve, oIr upwards of thirty years, has been
employed with remanrkabIt sucCessin curing PhlegmoaOus,
and other pa tiul affections; as Felons, Biles, Stiuscs.
Snrains,Ulcern, Carbulncies, Ague in the face. oce signedd
by cola or diecaycd teen, Ague o the reIst, Milk Cake,
Painful GiandularS weltings, Scrofula orKing- Evil, Stiff
Neck, Ear-ache, Chillaii.s or frosted leet and bands,
CORNS on the feet, Salt Rheum, Etrns, Scalds, RheuMa
tic Painsof the jiints, accompanied with swe!!in ano
p.aiiifnlaltctior.s tger trally. The penettalting am.l extraor-
dinary powers possn e11s by this S.,lve. in re;ievriss and
curing the most p.isnlul1 tiections, induced thl.; proprietor
to ive it the name. Cirminative being d-nrve! from Car-
itin a viers, tbccurse chzaram usultly conai> 'ed oeta vsrse
th ierc re pn .ys lcians n a ,nc nint ti nts ap hl id tie term to
those remedies, which were supposed to p"Ossss th'e
Power of'a charm Iallay lg pain. r'hiti Invaluable Sal e
has Ixeen ramployed withgreat siucess in Consumtptins.
tand altecti'ns uf Ihe chest and Inur,, as Coueh- t.'olds,
Asthma, Cutarrb,'Whooping Cough, liive'c,&c. h&c. I has
beelt benelicIllly nill yee Oy phyEsi6 .s ina re ievingthSe
pain or old fra,'lured bonest, Callous Tuniturs., N'des, Inlu-
r -e l rTiharden'eS ',a'. t ingas,&c. & c in Mlilk Cake, ai;
Ague of tile Breast, this Salve will be ftuul n peed, and
CtiitainutCe. Thu pIloprieor Ihas applied nit inny. huin-
dred csests of the kind: some of the riost painful descrip.
tion ; and in no one c.ise has he ev er rnown It to fail cf
reoieving t[e pain in a few houls, and in a few days ier-
fectig a cure. Directions accompany each box. rt ice, !S
'"!- Orders (post paid) for the above article, executecl
promptly by T. it. iHibliar4, my principal agent, 2'is luw-
ery,Nsw Vork. A ililtn.le discount allowil those who
plucHase to sell igalin., Forsale b tHIBBARD.
For Sale by
T. R. Ribbard, M. D. DEiU;gistS, No. wif Bowerv.
JtF i4 I .i I -t Ii 1 ., adwa.y, cor. Chiu nber street,
and ', ..,,,,. I .' r. i ,. Pre sts.
A. Underhill, Druggist,Beckmitan, cor. Viltliam st.
Bush & Hillyer, do. 1 1 Greenvicihi st.
Wvin.A. Tyler, do. Barclay, cor. Washing:on sts.
IHull & Bowne, do. 128 ,aidea Lane.
Allen Ysrkville-Dr. v'Im. Cecil, StlAvenue.
Broolkiyn-John G. Roddv,' d. 1). Druggist; Fulton cor.
Fir~e Apptie stS.
Htariford, Cnn.-Danlel Fish, Main Estieet. f23 1m
IEDiCAL COMMUNICATION ,-The volatile and un.
i. certain climorate of tlhis country, predl.spo-.es to con-
sumption indo ner fatal pulmonary complaints, such s
Coughs Colds, &c., which by' a little timely medicine
naybe entirely warded off-and for which purpHoso i',
medicine is comparable to the PECTORAL HONEY OF-
BONESET, as prepared from the receiptot the late Dr.
John G. Vought. This medicine is no quack imposture,
nor is its composition a secret, as it is itnown to very
many of cur mnest respect ble physicians, who are in the
habit of prescribing it with tbe most unbounded success.
For the last ifourten years this inedizine ias been usei
for the removal of pulmonary contplaintsto the relieran J
satisaction of the many thousands who have made use
of it. The Pectoral Houlev of Boneset may be obtalinel al
11arshall G. Slocumn's Drug iand Chemical store,03 Broad-
way, and at all the respectable druggists in the oay.

RED BROP is a blessing to the human race. Couy of
letter received through thePostOffice :-
Mr. J.Levison, 133 Division st., N. Y.-Dear: ir : At the
Request of friend, who has lately been liberated frotatne
flings of affliction by the aid of your inestimable Hunter's
Red Drop, I address you. He tenders you his sincere
thanks and gratitude for the blessing he hnas received at
your hand. having been radically cured, by magic, as it
-I .,'n,,- X .I.** .h .* > i ,
hour; but having now received both a cure and a lesson,
lie is indeeit truly gratefulfor the one, aid hopcs'toreceive
a salutary benefit from theother. I myself, who witness-
edits els ts, can testify to its merits and as a Christian
nhiliantlZOpiihist, most sincerely Wisa thatthe public may
be oade acquainted wtirith its utilty.
0 pour thy balm upon tiho wounded world,
Andlett lac banner ot disease be unfurled
Lteseiohers re-illume--whileyet one spark's alive,
And bidthe kindling glow If health reivoe ;--
Extend thy armn-the sulleter's pan -apn)eas,c
'vRiils groaning neathh the demon of Dieatie,-
And grateful hearts shillall thy care repay,
When stern afliction's chains arebto tstawayr:
Defencelecs youthl-i-f Passion's firm control
H'ss placed thee where dark waves o -nvnt'. r"t.
Where sorrow Ieigins.ro andstoris of ..u'...r.. .,-
Where rercy'sear ne'er heeoos thyv -
Then flee to haim who kindly holds for thee,
Those precious Drop s, thasoothe and set theo free
And when thy jUslt altictions once are o'er,
Go,rescuedl ''chlldl wrath, and sin no morel"
Your's,respectfully, F. P.
New York, Oct. 17,1s3s.
Soili at Nos. s5 and 33 Division street, 30 'ai *
ficted with painsor weakness in the. sile,brl a.st, hIck
''' i ,' h .1 ., '. ",, ., ,, i. .. .. H. _,, P" an
k *-I W .. on lr ...I I. On
.... .r ..: n .Iiii I ..'1' r ..II .* I I I**-I ll I.. I SO
of the effect produced by wearing them, and those who
have not, are politely requested to read the following
from gentlemen who Tili that station in society, that it Is
impossible for them to be influenced by any motives but
the most noble and exalted, to write thus-
Fishkill. April 24,1834,
Mr. BSdeau-I am grateful to you, sir, for trriiiitlg tU
me and lthe commuantv, so pleasant and eflectual relic]
frlom the ,tistre .:r, .. of a heavy cold. io ne fewv
weeks since I I i'-. with t adl c hli, anrd felt S1
verely lressea on tmy lungs, With acute tints in the chest
By applying ne or your celebrated plasters, I was tInuele
relieved in two dya,.,landhave Continued its uaso until trhr
r difficulty is effectually removed; and I consider them the
easiest, ceiaepest,and moit pleasanAt remedy sueh invalids
can obtain. Yours, iec.
Sir-From a knowledge of the materials f whirJh youl
Plastersare eoaimosed, and morefieoui the benasfletal elt'fec
ofthlem I havi ObservedIlarmprepared tOplpaceatemauborv
any thing of the kintii now in .'. r-. ..i-..l f r the cotm
plaints for which plasters are -..;. ,'i, '' I but fot
others, as recommended in 3'ur ii ,.l.:.* -Iqev
York,1Ma1y nil.
These Plastersare entirely free trom every species o
H .'l H i 1..i i i 1 i i .
n '. j, iiH. nI H nHnH ..n o' -',H n .. ..'

with try signature, are laced on mte back (of thie plaster
S hold wholesale and retail, by the subScrilier, who is the
sole inentor i& propr'ietor, atthie Bowery :.1 i -r '
e 2501 Bowery, New YOrk. I ; '

DR. HAMILTON, a Surge .f 1 I I"11 : I- I. I1
'piloftwooftlhefislteoIl'.,4'.- ,, r ,. ... ,. '
ry and prciceofphyasic and surgery) in Europe, has moved
into tie house No. 105 John street, at thie comelrr of Pearl
street, where he may be consulted on every disease inci
dental to human nature, common or uncommon, delicate or
indelicate. The most desperate venereal cases cured inl
frorA too to nine days. Shares of every other description
In a time proportioned 'o their state and nature. 'Atten
dance ar all hours. i2S tf
S THE CITY OF NEW YORK, continue to insure
against perils of the sea and river navigation, at their of
lice No. 44 Wail street. All losses sustained by this Comn-
pany will be adjusted with liberality and promptly paid.
John A. Haven, Caul Spolford,
Henry W. Hills, Samuel Downer, .jr.
W. F. Cary, David Lane,
Geo. W. Gray, Simeon Draper,
Nathantiel Littlefield, A. G. Stout.
Charles L. Roberts, George Higginson,
Robert Kelley.
Eben Hale, Secretary. 14too
n AWS, ot every description, lianalactured by R. HOi
&, s CO., (at their Printing Press lanufactory, Nos. a
and 1 Gold street, New York.- Also, Doctors' or woalico
Printers'Webs, of Steel or Composition. Cotton Ginx,
or Cotton cleaning lMaehine. t-aty, Straw, Leoathier Dress-
ers' sand Saddlers' Knives. Plated Squares, Bevels, Trow-
els, &c.
Generaly on hand, Cast Steel, Mill, Pit, and Cross-cut
Saws ; Circular Saws, from 6 to 30 inches diameter; halndt
pannel, sash and tenon Saws; Billet Weblill, or Woodcut-
ters' Saws; Squares, Bevels, Brick and Plastering
Tho above articles are warranted, nd will be exchan-
ged if not good.
A liberal discount made to dealers; and orders to any
extentput up and forwarded to any part of the United
The Proprictors, relying on the superior quality of tnei
articles, hope, by prompt attention to business, to secure
the patronage of a discriminating public, who have here.
boforebeen dependentupon foreignmanufactures. lyt2 I

INDIA RUBBER SN'OBS are the warmest dryest, andi
cheapest article thal can be worn on the fsct in the
winter; but It is necessary that they should be old and
well seasoned.
Ladies' and Gentleman's Boots, Bootees, and Overshoes


H is. i-itLL'/S NEW T'I'tlSS.-HEt.NIA CNtIWRED.-PA-
-;?l'T i'of lS33.-The pulls can now be assured thatby
th0e use Of this T'rss young persons and children are the
suniects ofi a speed' aand certain cure, and unparalleled in-
stances of cure ar daily occurring in persons ofadvanced
life. The approval of this Instrument by the lirst surgeons
of the Unitei States and England, and the immense num-
ter of cures which it has elected render its superiority
overall other T''russes no longer a matter of doubt.
Dr. Hull has received the sole prendum on Trusses from
the American Institute, at its annual fairs, tor the last 4
Alexander H. Stovens,M. D., Professor ofthe Principles
and Practice of Surgery in the University of the State of
New Yorc, in Ils lecture on Hria.a of February 27th, 18sa.
eommenrnrsl upon the merits alir. Hlull's Truss, in cetm-
parison with others, which he exhibitedto hisclass, said, I
i "'11 T. i; ; ... improved, the
S. i .. 1. 1 I [ i ,.I [,," I' ; veever seen.
S. :., i...r, just whatit
,, H i i'r. H', i ii t Pi ..i, i.. :L, tiveSur-
geon In the University of theSutue of N. York.
(EORGE BUSHE, I. D., late Professor (.f Sur-
';ery in Rltger's Medical College, New York.
aVID HOSACI, MI. D., late Prof. in Rutges's
Medical College, New York.
SUKGEON SKEY, Str. Gen. Brit. Army Canada.
liesids nanly uindrd others, have expressed similar a-

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the inteinl Tyintg.
fDr. A. G. Hull will continue to apply these instruments
u.s Usual, for every variety of rupture. Office No. 4 As-
or's Hodtel.lVosey street, opposite St. Paul's church, and
at 213 Bowery, near the termination of the rail rail. nastf

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eI t. H't ih'ri''nls r-tj0'" Ia Il.Hira streett.
N. B.- i'.. i .. i .. ,. ,, that hoe artendit to the
disease i In ,1 f... n ons of vision only.
st 1 ,I u l s r ~ l lj l,~
lureseyvarityinolof he adyerierrhntron mosy ".... ii I hS.-ouc, i,.iu ,-r.a laasSl

in eAery variety, and of the above description, may be C AT 1;.HEUM.-N.ocure,no oay.-Dr.Hamilton's Salt
had at wholesale or retnil,at S; C. SMI'H-' A LTI Rheum Eradicstorls as effectual, safe, and ceriahu
In,'ia Rubbe n Store. 66 Chatham-street, cure foc this distressing complaint, and also for all dis.
i25-2rSe nd do.rabove Duane-st. New York. ,E ..r ,,: i .ir,. i.R ingworm, tetter,scaldhead,
I'- A SAFE, CERTAIN, AND PLEASANT CURE tF '. .,, r, I ,. fIatnoonieafgicted need hesitate
FOR GONORRHEA OR C***, GLEETS, &. -Atl l to mk'iL rLntmedlateusof iatnoonubsetribers willagreeto
who have once used the French Vegetable ;-.i. .11' ''' refuldt; ,i. ; ..m .. ,.. .ho mayusesit without being
cnvinr.edi of their real. superiority over a' '" -'.' curedR b -, the,lozenorslnglebox,
EOUS AND OFFENSIVE MIX'fUIRES, theatre sold for the 0150tf 'y -. N ) SA NDS 10 Ftulton cor. Wm. St.
anove diseases. The French Pi s ir t ap in H na' lsnd SNDS n i
smalbox, rsayhecrvenieiitly carrl in the po Iei t, are n''' .. ., L" iI .. l.UBBEl. BANDAGES,t(for Va.
free from that Disagreeable Smell, which aexposes t0e pa- '' I { I..-' i-These unproved Surgical nstrui
tient, are quite pleasant lo the taste, and are a CERTAIN m .'. ...t .,,.d most improved patent tor eale atl
CURE. Price 81t o0 er box. No. 2 Q iAnnr street, where they are adjusted and applied bY
For sale wholesale nitld retil,by A. B. z D. SalrT, lota ;t prtal tii.eou. Al.o, ew instaumentfor the oulC
Pulton street, cor. Wilhlam Iilror& Gamble, 193 Bre- oi' Proloiiapsus Akni.
way J. L. Schieffclin, 14 Canal, I retal,488 Broamw'y,
ts0DivIslOn,85 5 ...F.1 .1. ,..a ,, -.i ..F1-ti a.-RHAKER'S GARIDEN SEEDS-TO MIERCHlANlTS
corner of PeTarl a.,.ti ,i .i, r e.1 eIbset'ihers have on hand a lartig assortment o
.,.'-;.,- i..n -,.,-- n,. '.,i ,,, in.. I ,.....,,I|>. .1 i ," "" Fiaresh Garden Seeds, raised by the ShakerSocietyt
I 11 ....1 I I h, [i.. ,,,i .,i, i *i ." '2'' i l a ClEnfle Coni neatly putlitup in;loxes,at6, n10, 15,
S0,and f0 ileolars each nwithnaimle directaltlOsfor sewlng,1n,
4.WEEDIISH LEBCHES of lar-'e size and perfectly heil- each box: they will be su1pludic to remrchants ata very lib.
thy, equal in every respect to the bRst ever brought to eral discount, and dealers in teeds are respectfully invi-
tis maIkelt for sale by tie00oor dozeh y tedto C.all before purchasing elsewhere.
A. B. & D. SANDS, A. B, & D. SANDS, Druggists 100 Fulton,
m ns6 lO Fulton, cor. William sts f 17tf corner of WVlliam street,

B7- These Pills have become known to the public
entirely ty their virtues. Their powerful ifiruence in
r.le'_ne ara car. ag ,.;.e.. voes, Htiv etn s" repeatedly
tested '.hat the proprietor is induced to comply with thie so
licitatlons 01o riendtS In thus noticirgsthem, extending there
by a knowledzo eothe means of relief t') e public gener.
ally. Tney ae highly apireclaKd lo Sth,; relietthrcy alOird
ina 'ectians ofr the iver and tTiho alv',r'. :a. The worst
tasesof Chronic Dyspepsi, lIovtefra'-; CosI'iv'eness, linit-
gestion, DyspeplticConsUir.pocon, lcIteu alii%,i, -Nerious or
Sick Headlchce and Scurvy, have Ii ie!n n(lIHrc.y' cured bIy a
proper use dt thent. Also L:v. Chiip!i !tns, revel & A Pce,
Bill)us TPever, Jaundizce. D'e'mlnr i nr t Hii lhi::, thi prie-
monitory nyn t.uin 'of 3a .in ir.*, Il. iOi .; i.v- -.iiogs, illcn,
Wcrms in CI:i'.ren, Fits,Loosttnssl I i lOe iularity of the
Bowels, occtsioned e by Ir' io.-ln. c' .'n- &c. They ;.ct
asan al er1 tive, :'.Cathi r:ic, or Ia' v3, H 'Cold11i t ti t
m anncrofal'aing lem. :'.ns'ler lros ; ht oig c'i- I i tes
t heir l liclc:'y, will ever after ta;3 ie' ; :' --. ;a l'n hsly to 'e
w ithoutti hen n. t H tiiual on-h liI.'r .''.'n l h' le H .'.en to I ti
aiuipc direct ,'n: .vhi:lt a' company them. Twenty pills in
a box-each pill is adosefor ,n at.lt-pllr". a:.-n's.
17-" Or, lt. (post-paid) 'cr there ;b ov article n'xcrutel
piromptlyib) T. R. Hib'oird, my pi lin a! aAgent, 223 Bowv-
ery. Ne,"/Yorlk. A su tl.t)bl,; discriu'nt ;tl!u.'.cl ios>%I who
purchase to sell aain,For al HIltARD.
For Sale i'y
T. R. I Hihb?.rd, M D. nrggist, No. '2Sa utnwrcy.
J.ines C. Hart, ti. D. Drugm't Brod lway, cor. Chamber,
and Hudson, cor. Noith -ibio re siectls.
Hull & B revo, IlDuggist;, 'io. Mli(Klon Lene.
Bush & iillyer, do. 131 Greenls-iclh tIreat.
Win. A. Tyler, do. 1 ,tlrcIt.'y, ci. W'asihingtoni sts.
Lawrence, Kee e, t& Co. io. liiet 1;itldn Lane.
J. C A. & WV. I. Post;, do. .1 4'edlar steet.
Allen l' oel, 1.. i- t i 1 '1t Sts.
A.. U n .-r ill d .., ss.
Anid by ntiot of t'lhdtru-. 'siss H. Ntllw Yonl.
Joil ;" ; j;.orz irat, Fntoll, co0nur Pineap-

SaneIl letiris, ni'hni ocet, artfor, c(cu. i lln*

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av.oi'L' c tO2miIiNiCA'l'ON, By 'i',8 RO.1INSONv
i. C, I '. ila Liv.-r i 1,)iTomn ttr i .prl'riv i -- r, Loinsler. Ul
H 'ii ... i "i i" iI i I I ... I. i. r n s;any friends
Si with t heln,or
;, ... .. ,,. ', ,, ... ... as. sby the first
.. H ih.. ,,'sr .e inning
H .. i.... '*. nil Will con-
t'iuI, to run rc'gilhy ev'eryi iva" r six dais afterwards.
ri;t'uidln:m to e(migrtHnts the most dcinmable and mosteligi-
ble. convey ance they can have.
Incotilracunt' wit thi proprictorsolf "the Robineons'
Livertpool aiod l w York lfine,"las.-iengers mnay placeeve-
i.. .... will be ftailly dealt with,
SI i .. i. ., ,., '* I a serioun5 aud vextious
S ,,, T, s., .. i t-ransient opportuni-
I..I. o sinl, ind unprinciple-
IIi i .. .. I,.,II.'I fed C e the conveyance of
'heir patssongers areof the I *J.. ,,' ,. '. '
boardiof wiurh ai ree passag. .... i .1 ..i ,
,, ,. ,,i ,,, -, ; n i ,. -. -' ;...- ; cn ,h provin-

i, ,.-,. I .,. h. ..,. I,.... .ds their Drafts and
i .. ii i I on & Co.,ol Dub..
i, thl.ey wish it to be clearly understood, they are paidat

:md hitrertO unknown to any otht'r (i;labllishment.
Further particulars caln be ascertained, when circulars
willhb hinnded. on application at Si3 P'earl sl.
ROBINSON o& CO Doblin, n21
mended as decidedly superior to any other known
conniliation of irdlcine I I.' I'-" -. Coldls, Influenza,
donsur.p tion, Asthma,. ,i. i iod, IHoarseness,
D itlioulty oft B eathing, .. -, r- ,,I ; ,l -,. k-.
n essoft the b reast, and ,. .i : .i i. rI u q,:.oyr.. ,-
'hia mealcine is highilyaindyjstly econmmeded,by nu-
netr us and resrectaale individuals, who have found roe-
lit ifromi its use. Many who have been laboring under
mratrac.edc ougnsa ndpalnsni the breast. and have been

r I 1 .. i.lI IU
i teemed sutllciintifornseriionhere.
[Frum thieiev. C. C. P. Crosby, lateagentof tiM Ameri-
can Baptist.
sNhew York, June 15th, 1835.
Tor '.- u I I I*i i

i-. v con sier my lire prolonged by
H ,- H i -' i 1 '.. i the

S i ,. .i r i I 11 I n' 'Cougn,In ltunmationoil
T i .. ,,,- '. ', ,' I 'do moi t unhesitatingly
".., .. .i : .i.. i medicine I have ever tried.-
r,.. iii, 1 ,, ..thers afflicted as I have been,
may experience the same relief, which I am persuaded
They will,by using the Indiian Expectorant.
N.B. Many of my neighbors, an my recommendation,
have tried thismedicline with uniform success.
'Dr. Hliamiltion, of St. James,SouthCarolina,wasgreatly
atlected ly a cough, hoarseness, and soreness of the
.,. ... .... 1, ,i ,-. .-fthis medicine, found nm-
-.1.1 m I H I* i ... n, i I, .,I. .t the pproprietor's prices,by
A. B,1DD Sards, Gen' .l Agentls, 10 Fulton, cor. of Wmn.
st. Also at retail, iy J.1. B. Dodd, cor. Badway and
SBleecker st. G. W. Eimbrie, cor East Broadway and Mir-
otat.Nu et York. By 1 .r. '. ''.. NewHaven; E. W.
e Bull, Hartford, Con. i I, .', h, Newburgh; Dr. Tri-
e vetr, Pouyhkeeigle;si and Sands & Shaw, Albany. dI46eni

o". &c" j :17 ,K. 1LLIJAH I'RATT'S IfA'' .- CARMVINATIVE.
DR. MARAVI'S CELEBRtATED TALISMANIC DhOPS -The eflicac ySofthis medicine i.s ro unded upon twenty
D or the safe and sedy cure ofa certain disease. 'Ilese years'personal experience. Inmy rPatice, during that
Drops have deservedly anddecidedly gained *s,..I...- ,-.'. time, it hus beien tihei-t Irrn.-ntir i -- I t. t.,- Itt'- ,o.-
rity thaiany ithermedicine ever yet olercd manyy hidden. r
Manythousand greatarn i valuable curesh.lve beenerfected orsixv Cears old. this ''i.6. i 'i '1 i ., .
in an Incredlitable short Espacof timc, rstoringtleia.allcted eriansithat. have uacd li.. .'.... "r ,-,- -ri,
suiferer, who hal previously tried every other medicine in native, have lven it a character iha:; camot be doubted,
vain, to perfect health,from hopeless espondency. as they prescribed it in all cases for which it is intended,
The Tallsmanic Drops are mad with the reatstcare, 'd5 fr --egr.a "sc. re. -t -111. 1 I ''H'"'i,,. ,ji..j -.11 h.-
andareso palateabloasentirely to obviate any dificulty in fcul *is *' .' ''i I 'm I, '. i, r...r ,tr ..-i
the tnking ofthemn. To be had, wholesale and retail, at such nuInabe rs. .. .. i'.' :. .. ii .mtrra,.rJy ir
FORTENNBACH & HMILNE'i French and '*..,: .h.' 1-,-.,. acid stoma ch and dysntery H. ii I saisf etory, as it
cy, 14 Hudson street, corner of Reado st; ii'-.' '. i i.' stldomo fails to give relief. ir. i i.e no cnse too de-
macy',Broadway, cor. Franklin street; A.B. & 1. Sands, licate forte medicine to behadmln!,'3a ..cil, a'it is perfect-
corner Pulton and William streets, New York,and Q. & N. lys simple, and contains no opiates. Ar: security against
Poppolein, jun. of Baltimore. i15tf .... .. H I vethriacsni'e ofnmyhandwri-
TEW YORK FIRE INSUhANCE COMPANY, Office b, --' '" I" '"rh nieGoard. 117Maiden.
NE o. 192 Chatham Square.--New Capital Tvo- hundred ,'' ., ,. .cpinit ty.
Thousand Dollars. Tie deficie; I' I I '" '
this company, caused by the 1' : '. rI: .Ai -'T.L"I. EIEDY F' 't LS.--Thia
beenall paidin, as requiredby .., ,, i. :.i...r. *..... H prC ]'r: I.' -' "- i.'r will be
passedthe 12th February, 1]33 .-ti. ...',.' .. Hi .' I.i... .... ou a radical icre .. .1 n,, i i 1 t. 1. ilmcelts
to insure Dwellings, Store Houses, Buidlnins in general, .;. I ..II ii II,, ,r. i ,0
and al kinds oflpersonal i .. -...,. I ..: t..iae i... i-i,:- .. . .- I ... r;i
by fre, onas favorable tei, ..:r .. this I rll I :
city,andalllosses sustai I.n i '' m '. 1I ..1- ad- I- H l I I t" rs-
justed with liberality, anId nupIly paid. i . .
DIRECTORS. I ..... I '. y ;H cl]ed with
V.,1I, i., fi B ", Samuel Alkerly, pilesin ii'ay last. Thcdit-case ,iL '."r .;;' .2';i' .Tntr,',y
I'I-.I ,1 r I 1 FP eter Neefus, ,f ,. ... f. rom wa' lln' i ia r. i i' r I' '' '1'. ''u it"
John Anderson, G -r "L '-n "" i I intbfeeaoln)P ich.tt i 'i S eoltrely ce'uIr
John G. Costar, n. '. ..l .. 'I and have feltir nothing of thems:. ".,,. July a
Samuel G. Wheeler, Richard J. Hutchinson, 1535. Dr A. C .% ". ,'* 'wery.t
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Caleb BErtlette, New York, July I, 1,83.. Thi is o locrtly, mtatt 1 wansI
ZehedeeRing, James W. Dominick, boring under ..,i -hlas-., andhai
Isaac K. Jessup, Oliver H. Jones, tried a:tny t. .' ..1. any ;iood efi
Jeremiah Clar, Waller R. Jones, fetel until I 'H ''I'" ,i- Ii. [ I a Plly remedy;
Jeremiah Valderbilt, Ephraim D. Brown. which .. I I c : I . ..
Thomas It. Mills, John Sampson, '- i In,. u.srery.
Ebenezer Platt, Jr Lewis Seymour, Totie hadonly atNo.s i4Otange ieet. Pri e--' oz. siol
Pere Jones. 50 cents, 404 .I. je.
.' T1lA'IED,-For purilying ihe lit., d TeIarytcg erunp
.ENUlINdE BEARS' GREASE,for promitlngtnegrowth tions,&O.,fromtheskin, ailnutall *' i. flC.....'. snys
ofthe hairandlmpaitinga heoautiul and glossy lus- tem, this pleasant and healhhy i, ,. ,... ..i. sual.-
tie to it, far superior to any other preparation. The supe- Perhaps there is no more certuiin way oH ,. n. i..' .ene-
riority ofthis Oil over otherapplications for inducing the : 11... i,t ..,. ii, r.. ,.. ; ,, ; r ,
growth ofthehair, ls general yacceded'to byallwhohave ,,, I,, ,.- .r,-. H. ,, .. : n .ive lt a deider
used it, asit Imparts a glossy richness to the hair, rendeor- .,.. ,', .. i ". ,'anaceas, Syrups
ingitsoft and flexible, and exciting the capillary vessels ,. n i .-,,, hers, w-hos;, int;ats are afflitei
to healthy action. To persons becomingbthddby sickness ,,. ,r in. '.i Ears or Wee'k .yest are Particular-
or othercauses, the application of this oil daily, will soon ly recoumendedi ..... I I. i h.elet':y harmless, and
produce a re-actton of its growth. 't'e ., .v ii. r i iI l Ien combined II. o I -t '; i .ter,forms a cool-
received a fresh supply of the genuine ,ii, H, ,,,i, r ing and agreeable hoveragr Cah d with cold water it
up in earthern pots and prepared expressly for his retail maes a veryvnle;sunt drurmw r rt" irh, aiil maty he used
trade at the Bowery Medicine Store, 2.0 Bowery. ,1 .....". ... I i at any tnme. it ispre-
S7 N W. BADPB AU. ],, ,' i ;. r. |u { .,. m. 'II, r 'i. to
TO 'CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTi ,-The undersigned hemoEs, ..- f i ..- H .1 .. .- r.,'. ...'ta-
l. haVe just rece ied a Iresi supply of choice Dmugs, ken to I... i '. .' : ,, .... ,,." .'L'i" ..A,.. ad-
Ohcmrlals, &c. which are offered on reasonable terms, mixtures.
lMuriate of Gold, Exctact Acrlcte, i t '': H 'H i i t t.i. ., : errt
K reosot, dO Rlmu arb, f t' r.r l i I r .. r' -
Quinine, do Cicuta. r', F I" l %Li
Morphine, rdo Henbane, ii i' i i -- 1 I i i,,r,. .. G-,
Veratmnoe, do Bllona, -
Strychnine, Roots Marshmallow, ,,,, a { .. n. I. ,'.5
Em etine, do I) grasss, i A ,. i i i, .. .. ,i i ...'.. ,1. i. .' *:
P'peine, I o Valeri medicitneis iro l. a eciv i r i.
Chinchonlne, dJ ) Angelica,E butHa re days,and i'IT il .. I-, *
Flowee--Violet, Mallow, those, hMllein. 'cy I'ricc 1 t', dse idron iI. .., I,''
Asbestos, Campror, Castor 011l. itii may bi s'td to act liNi Ie !. l u 1 1 i .I : n.
Herbs-Hetlbane, Foxlovc, lselladona, &c.-togetlher with cesor n(tonvenit!cl'es wh'tl at i I.. ,
a large assortment of lancy articles, Patent Medicines,&c. wih cra' ait, Wi' .,i.. 'i'. ,'
wc. FO wrt B e & :U.s itb perlc.r e ety 1 th,;.0 I I k-I ,r
cr. PFO rTE NBAiCH& MiILNE, sttuattions,I r raon rSpi ct I ..H' '1FI I I- [
fl5tif 14 HudFon, corneriof Reide street. ranted to cure I any tas I -I 1-. r.', -,n
TOCHEM'STS, DRUGIGISTS, &c.--W. T.ROBERTS street, by J Levlaoni, agi i1 -' 1 i'.if .u. i 11 .e
NOt 1 Platt street, New York, and No. 16 Walnut st. strictly confideatiail. fsmln
Philadelphia, has constantly on hand, and for sale, the ,I.ON c.TTInG.
iollowlng' : BONi ,TTiG.
Pill Boxes,of paper, wood,r&c.,of every description Gv.H.nr'T i o. IIEEWf'T, ,1oe iSet.r, brotherof the
Miachine-spread Plaster, Tooth Powder, and Lip Salve ._) .] D.. r. S. C. rlewett, Bone Setter, of Bosto.i
Boxes, Apothecaries' tecales and Weights Mass., would announcee to thie citiz ,ts of New York and
Syringes, bone and pewter, prepared Calf To s vicilit',t i I. I i i .ni r. ri i, sci
Plaster Skins, &c. and hay .... i, H i1i". from
Surgical Instrunents,0ptical do,Dentists'do I862Broad r '' t '. ment,Dr. J. Sweet
Enemas, brass and pewter, Lancets, Scarificators Bone Isett. i i.: I i, '* .nse f the celhebraol
Coloredand FancyPapers, Marble anllMorocco do : .1 i' *.* IL .. Therr.., 11-
Enamelled Cards, &o.. I r h.A d,:..- ,
Druggists' Earthen Ware, &c., and all kinds of requl- I .... -re .. i'.
sites for the dispensing of medicines. ie21 tf .. i r i' ..' 1 *i : ,. i,, r. i ,'I
{aC ~aU FERPLLU nI sHAIR-Thatls;acatdlsllE3 urementio C '1"--* I. .I' i rl' T I I I ..0r..'-. I III.
femalebeauty,as .tteituousrow ofro I on tiefaze,nlt;., i' 1 r 'l .i .q
orarms, iseffectually removed by a single application oe ,. r, i I '". i ewett and
Atlkdinson's Depilatory, which is warranted to destroy the fr).- ... : ;,'.. .., '.' .' 'Ieraetlcvt ot-n
hair In five minutes sfter the applicttionis madei. It is perm- 0. r, ,, ,,'' ,'in. *j'ractlcc of
feetlysafe, easilysapplled, ami certain in itse CCocts. La. 1.nd limmr 10 g eIn ial, a 1 aloy ta"oIver ,thed iint
dies who are troubledwlith thimd insagreeabbe paendageto n n mentioned,
their features. are soliciteil to olrte a trial a this valuable n o tl wdiob ie ,un.raillsatsfatinrcp.
coarmetic, the Importer lof the nrtirle Ibengwillingto Insure i W. HEWETT,
Itperfectly harmless Price, los. per bottle, intoported nnul Bone setter, e 97"v shi;, I S. Bes8torltass.
tor sale, wholesalcandretail, by HENRY C. UART,'Ba- Pr vi, "'r Aug.SBith, i86.
eaar, 173 Broadway, cornerof Cortland. st. fi ti poe his. ', H I, 1 ti', tReda ion

OARD-A few single gentlemen, or gentlemen andthei with snlice'iss, ?hi oiscbco y rc '.: bin himtoth
B wives, can be accommodated with pleasant rooms a p. ublicie v the" FAhipr1iA hiomn.
board. Also,separate apartments, with board for married. V W. AIRBA'"KS, Ea .)
sr singlegentlemen, byt he dlay or week, on ertonhab nim at A ro A ER Aene,.LL, P e
anya,at 23 Bowery, m. n Cpt.ABNER hAL

-fornieIl tt Dr.J. M fO'i Vegetaole extract 0f Liver'
we ort, Is, arer reIpeatel ollcitatloni fron tire city Hti New
York, m.w Introduced vithi the most ardenrit hople, tat it
may jrove as ervlcealrteo l thB New YWri cotnmunityt as
ith is to that rt Satimn re sand hiladsi p la, ior iielast
tw eri ty-ft q la [ I I i. r i i iI 'I_' I I I
fortheri,, ; I n '' .. "
pre nce s1.6 .i '..
p c l .r r. e 1 -
, ; ,- i g, i 1 1 g wheotis i(atlentede.i w lgl-
dine in the mc- s *. pittll g ohf looi,
ritsi g ioUah :'I I." '- I" Iv I 'l)'i !B g Hi h tiHre-
Cedii fet'o' ,anid Lur i I II I I .
S .itr ;nd' -
ftr 1r el l piris o itr i r 1 in -
eff a c Itie hari: H.. ,
HbK Ci.' TCi] i tillu'-.% f liu ... H { {i H i ."? { 0' e

rady lba! tied ,i .. : '. H ' '' iO
tit ; itrto( i ci t re. [i i H i. I I I "' lII. H' t *
ii iaHpt4 auH anHd H I I h I I I ... I
dI gl t t f ,r f r: i I e
hars i violent '. 1 '. . 1i i H ,' ,11 H
is 0oon a-par'C" t. It illayas spc'dn!y hIH I '' I Ithe
hoat, t h.i .t p oti', s HrtrC'tsq ,i cotilgr, 'g so Sit t u la.Cd to
the rui tl'r ,t ,o c r 'ci'', hor id veH;sot, Hc *ease;. the
:!nd r.e'i.xes the fi bre s .f I I i.. I H h H f
ilth-,, '.'cs,tt,m p'1. ;'. .n 1)]o;1x'l .Hlc nsu,,pt'oi.
WHe1V 'ill I h fl ,t'l-Id ni hte lu tsp Wltre ut ulcetiion,
It IS cOrisde ,t |i.,cl;.i i. H i;a] q',iailti h.u l.y aw ,t! dry
c H .ii are hcfleni-d. :.H l i Lc". ,, ;,' n' s.^iriH or t' hie
thul', 'nilt est ;ci.hil CI iii, HiC iiCold;, -.1111 udilen
horrhienes are rmio v'l in a ',.:w hours, ailu wihcrc the
v.) te 5 i stl i suddlt-iiy, a I-w dises will eonmilleicly re-
s'r e oit.
Balti otre, Sean. ]i'.h, 1i-" It is frinm a pr'sonalus! of
Dr. ,IHmeH iiiasor.'s Comipund Vuctirble Extraect of Liver
wort and tiheman mIr' rtni iecomiienda.tio f my ii-I
talents, no havri, rH a'cd i.' o'de i re. rebeel bmitetithey
hiVT 'tPeriverd from Iri ,i.-, l hth I thus putb cly speak if my
friend's imprta iI I 'I I r

ato' iHit d 0 H ,'f .* i r H I
thi great l.l efIt I r r i
entule ,to. e called one 'f h :1 ,, r
cries in HId.io mlcn 151 i/ i H iA
.i 'I I r alri or, o ;6 ,. I l i
I I I' I tiy A B. It. 'airtlis, cor. 'ulton
I 1 by li-" &Gamtble,c,,r Dey nind
Broadway ; Dr. Syllr {" tlrer land Bowery ;i s, J.. Os-
hirneo. co C '.GOSIOi and I : J. Ii : on. '. 14tl Broid-
way ; WV. Horwill. c r. C.u .l ar .i d lon ,..".
45 Carmine street a atiat the Niw York vo .... I. .- *
85 S Xth Avenuec, uSil'y o,,iio-ii AriAly i :
eo is
N. B. Country dealer nurchasina b/ the d: zen or gross
wiielh supplied at a 1:bhral discount, aby A. Ii. Hild D.
a e nds. rma9 31f

spectfilly Inform the t, li,. id p:H;rtiiulprly print-
ers in the wHeereu rnvtrv, tlit tey crittinuit tre n0n01t-
lctiture of I ,ther .e.. i heir estalisimoi l"tt Water-

t' in i iI ii I I i i i ulil Ih tlit-
the varlous Imirovemn irts which they have recently
eards in the maillface' to. t' I' i" .
il not superior, to any .'
.ly au r., Ow- r ,.. ',

ticitp'iy tc ncer.t, r .. .i-n 1 ii' and Mercurial
di es rse. '- .' .. m :.r the
I',s, I and I ; rvery
dwcliption Fever Sores, and-laterna! Atbscessaes Fistu-
las, acamd inr,.Scurvy, Sileos, i .. :J.
I I I i "l '' IH'HHHHHI H. ti It:
..I*, ,, ,IH I ,l .H l l n l
. .' oh i
.,,. .. II l ilithV catSed by a terpld action of
i I It is singulirlye aicacionsin re-
uovaiinlg those Canstitutlons witclh have been broken
down by, "'.i'li dritstreatment, or ivonile irregularities.
1., r .",.i Ir i ...mended in altrlt so diseases
v .. ,' j ," .. i n the blood, orvitiationof
the hum'nrs, ef whatever name or hind.
Some of the above complaints may require sometrifllng
i- -.,i ,- i,-..:, which the circumstances of the
:, .. I .. ... ..I for a general remioy, or PuriJIca-
torto remove inc cause, the INDIAN'S PANACEA wRI
generally befoundstf.icient,
As proof of whirh, numerous certificates may be seep.
For saleby Hoaviland, Keese & Co. 80 Maiden Lane; J. B.
Dodd, Biroadway,cor. Bleccklerst J .H. .ihart, Broadway.
cor. Chamber J. Milhau, iss, and P. .' k,'. i13 Broad-
way ; S. Carlo & Nephew, Fulton, COTl. ,- i.: Blachley
_ Lewis, 527 Greenwich; B C & F E Moss, Grand, cor.
Cannon ; Adamsoi & Olliff, 5 Bowery; at Apothecary's
Hall, Bleceer, cor. Jones st. and Church's Dispensary,
Bowery, cor. Spring St. o14 ly*
LEN, Operative Surgical Deetist, and the only ma-
nufacturer in the Wnited States of the French Incorrupti-
ble Artilicial Human Teeth, has for the better accommo-
tion of hia patrons in the upper p it of the city,takenthe
rooms formerly occupied by Mr. S. Dodge, dentist, No.
117 Bowery, !tear Grand street, where he continues to
perform all necessary operations In. preserving the hu-
man teeth,and inserting, on principles of science, incor-
ruptible tethi.from one to awholeset, in the neatest and
niostskiful mariner, on his improved plan, llot practiced
by other dentists, whereby the nmcsn aged andnervousfe-
mniales can have teeth inserted without pain, as can be at-
tested by hundreds in the city and country. Those who
have tcethsctin in an unsl:ilful manner, thatarenotfit-
tel properly, or of different shades, can have them satis-
Iactorilyliserted by Mr. A Irregularities ina children'
teeth atteniled to. Females who supports themselves by
their o An industry, can have their teeth repaired atone
hial the prices usually charged hy other dentists.
Mr. A. having beenlonger in tho practice of hisprofes-
sion In the upp r partof city thanicrp other, with the ex-
ceptionof Mrt. Odig, solicits a c'irttin.nce of patronage.
Terms moderate, and his olersatiena, tested during many
years' experience, warranted a gfe and certain cure for
toothaiche. No-cure no pay.
Beferences D.1) D. L.Rogers; Reverend Isaac N. Wal-
ters. n2
DOR. JOHNSON conirnea his practice to ite treatment of
Venc.roal Diaese, in its various fo-t-rs-Gonorrhca,
Gleets, Ciiolcres, Strictures, Seminal I weakness, Affec-
tionsof theUiethra, Bladde'r,andprostra teGland. Persona
troubled with any of the foregoing rlisexses, may apply to
Dr. Johnason, with certainty of having it eradicated from
their system withou.,h euse of mercui.y, or any other in-
jurious ritedicine, or prevention from buf-rm3ss. Dr. John-
son's office is private, and the utmost corndence may bere-
lied on. A preventative lotion to preve. rVenereal, in any
of its farms, may boe had, which has never in one case fail-
ed. Office 17Duane street, between Chatham and William
streets, one door from Chatham. Attendance at all hours
un to to in the evening. a3l ly

cure of chronic rheumatism, chronic aUfctions
of the liver, stomach 1and bowels; scrofulous
ulcer, mercuria and sysphilitic diseases ol long
standing; tumours, pains ol the joints, curious
bones: .1 knlud of white swelings, obstinate ulcers
and affectionof the skin, arising from an imnuro state
of the blood. It has also been found ur.eful in obstructed
Heeneses, and many diseases arising from debility. This
medicine Is perfectly safe and Ilesant L0 iet; it possds-
ses a specitic property, and contains the alternative and rei-
SI.r.' renew thefaculties
years. It has fr-

with. Price 82 per bottle oc820 perdozen.
S 1 Il. e ,. .. r.. I Til.'" p i ng
to i .' I .. i i 'r ijr S .. .. '.... .. .. .. i., BIR CH .
S" ,- n -11 .. .. ,t, 1 ,,' ',-" ,. in .i. "* present, to
S i .. i.. i of tscure
here the mosLct ccl ehrated medicines have falied:-
New Yo- ildarch8th, 1836.
This is to certify that was afflicted with tile rheumatism,
accompanied r, .... ol l t.e neckand chest,

.ie native I ,, .
This Is to certify ithat win attlicted wo the rheuma-
tisnl In both aot ni slouadcrs, f ir a i nuinir cf months to-
ge ,Aiaol' iior three inti is ,f was nolit able o tfold iy auis, or ralse my hands to my
-i ,, .. ,.. ,, .. ".' of physicians
S' .l r ..r i .. aceain succes-

... i ,i r '.. ,, ] 1 ... .. -itlesof Doctor
BitCh's A'teiiauve.
JAMES 5II.'E''"r :.' Hous on street.
N.B.-As one bottle of .. in roost of cases,
is sufficient to test its efficacy, the expense of trying it is
small. S. I.. BIRCH.
Thins is to certify that I was afflicted with the liver coam-
plteitfour or liveyears, andthe lastyear I was much of the
tme confined tc my bed,
After having been under the careof four different physt-
in. rt ,:r.: r1' .-.,rve of mercury, and tried many nos-
S ..' .is madeableto followmypioughby
... 111: Birch's Alterative.
S- *. r,, r. 'i "& D Sanis, corner Fulton
ar. i 'r ..- .... i. ,ii r.. 5Iosa, l92Grand street, N
York. ml5 2aw

SAnd diseases of the bowels generally, incident to this
season ofthe year, can hb piermninently cured in a few
hours by the use of Dr. Jaynes' Carminative Balsam.-
0 1..,, 1 .-.. ,. ertlisement in this dny'spaper
C.. ,'pi. I r t. .. I Crmplaints" Price, 56o rents
For sale by A. 1i. & D. SANDS,
S 1t00 Fullin, corner William street
MEDICAL CARD.-Dr. JOItN,'ON 1-" -n-lr'ti- r r rt
following diseases-GonorrhaEa, ,. .
Strictures, Seminal 'Weakness. Affect...i i : i.if..ri ,,
Bladder, and prostrate Gland. Dr. Johnson, from the ex-
tensive practice In which he is now engaged, and from a
residence of fouryears in an hospital in Europe, where
2,000 wereannually admitted, laboring under the foregoing
diseases, is enabled to guarantee a certain, safe and speedy
cure to those personsentrusting themselves to his care.
Recent case cured In a few days, the worst of cases in a
proportionate time. A preventive lotion for venereal dis-
ease maybe lid. Office private, and the greatest secrecy
observed. Office No. 17 Daane st. between Chatham and
William sts. one door froni Chatham. Attendance till ten
at night. at Iv
Scald Head, Tettnrs, Ringworms, Piruptf'ons on tht
Face, Neckt, Hanlds, &c.-This OIntment has been used si
1- .1 1i- so well andfavorably .'. i. 'i Hi 'u inc
i. [I:I say atuc]i concerning ii 'I. i [ It hai
gained has induced i '.' I' IJT ''' '1l l :i r .i .
mensurate with the i.' "' I
withany of these complaints, and feel disposed to use il
may rely on its proving harmless, pleasant, and infallible.
is put up neatly i tin boxes, ad that all who need may t-l
it, it is sold at twenty live cents the toa:. For sale at wholer-
rale and retail, by the proprietor's agent, N. W. BADEAU,
at theoBowery MelicineStoie,250 Bowery,N. Y. d5

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test Its effects by pronluciui a redness and itching; and
so long as any vestige remains, so long will this remedy
net, and as soon as the cure is perfoimeCd, its apIlication
will cause no further uneasiness. It isapleasant and safe
wash, and may be applied to the most delicate infant. It
requires no rstrlctlons a i to diet or exposure.
Wholesale and retail by JOIN ONTHIANK, General
Agent,No. S10 Fulton st. corner of William; and retaied
at the drug stores 35 Sixth Avenue; at MessS. Mess, 192
Grandat; cor Bowery and Grand st; 210 ChAtham square,
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