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EDUCATION.
Hi WILLIA '2 lIAR.MA.Ar, (laid Professor
■>f Music, Female 1 nutiiuto, Columbia, Tenn.)
■his servics in the various deparlinetiis >r" In
ami Vocal MUsic. embracing ORGAN,
■ >, VIOLIN, Sic.
■lI will teach in classes, or give private instruc
■ the i "Sciences of his pupils, or h s own roomc,
Hi H. lIUVVAKD STREET, on the yist of Au
■ Application as above, o> at the Music Stores of
VVillig, Benteen and Eisenbra' tit, to whom
would also in mi c reference. ulB-"oliti*
■I'VG LAOIEt.' ACADBIIIY
OF THE VISITATION,
BALTIMORE, Ml).
■ duties of this fnslilution will be resumed on
lstdav of September.
TERMS:
Tuition per annum, $l5O
do 60
■ for dav scholars and half-boarders in
■' higher branches, per annum, 60
usual extra charges are made for instiuction
Spanish, l.atin and Italian Languages;
on the Piano, Harp. Guitar and Organ, for
and Painting, Oil Fainting, use of Philoso
■ Apparatus, Sic.
■jI'ARATORY SCHOOL attached to the same
for pupi s under 12 years of age, per ann. $25
do do 16 do do 20
Ac. 3
■ PRYTOSI'S BOARDING AND DAY
■ SCJ/OOL— hOR YOUNG LADIES,
■ No. 06 N. CALVERT STREET,
the North Side of the City Sjrrtng,
E duties of this Insti'ution will be resumed
MONDAY, 31st of August. Catds giving
Hrms of Board, Tuition, &c.~ can he obtained on
an 22 eo2w'
IT SEVER FAILS!!
DR. CUI.LKN'S
■fDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA.
■f.KSONS afflicted wiih Scrofula,.Kings' Evil,
Erysipelas, Old Sores, Ulcers, Tetter,
Diseases, or any other complaints arising
of the Blood, are requested to read
testimonials, in proof of the wondetful
of the above named medicine.
ST READ! READ!! READ!!!
the undersigned, having visited Mr. Isaac
■s JI at the oiuce of Messrs. Kowand & Wal-
Market street, Philadelphia, consider his
most remarkable one we have ever witness
■heard of. His disease was SCROFULA, and
must have been his ttvilve years'conflict
destroyer!
■ Palvtk, the Entirk Roof of his Mouth his
Upper Lip, and lower lid of the RIGHT EYE
destroyed, his FACE nearly cater, vp, and
■f the JAW BONE carried atvay. Arid yet we
no description of his case.
11. informs us that in January last, the whole
■or of his moullt, as well as most of his face,
mass of deep and painful u'cer* !
■ULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA,
checked the f is.iase in a few (lays, and from
■ime the cure has progressed without interinis
■tv flush has supplied the place, ofthe deep ulcers,
■[hough atlly disfigured, his face is sound, and
■currnl health is restored.
are assured that in the treatment of Mr. Brooks'
MERCURIALS, Ointments, otfCAUSTic p
-■tions have been used,—in fact, the PANACEA
lias wrought this wonderful change,
■vid Smith, Bucks co, Pennsylvania; Charles L
■mid, Meadvtlle, Crawford co, Pennsylvania; J |
Horips, M D South Hecond-st, Philadelphia; Jacob
■ Pemberton, N Jersey; E VV Carr. 410 N Fourth,
Be Poplar-st, N Liberties; S McCuilongh, Lnneas
■'eiiiirylvuniii; It M Maddock, 28 N E!everitli-st,
■delphta; CVV Appletnn, M I) 46 South .-t do;
Bothy Caldwetl, Marion co, Missouri; Daniel Yca-
Bchestnut Hill, Philadelphia co, Pa; John Darned,
Btligh-st. Philadelphia; William Steelling, M D
Bden, New Jersey; VV lliam II tie, 378 (light st,
Bnlclp'iia; J II Pour, Manufacturer ot Mineral
Hit. 109 8 Niuth-st Phila; L A Wollenweber. Ed
Ht Democrat, 227 N 3.1 st, do; Geo VV Melz, Brush
Her, 317 Matket-sldo; i zra Cart, 1f,9 Oliesitiut-st
H\ I) Gillette, Pastor of Eleventh Baptist Church,
Bi; Joint Bell, Eiie st, Phila, (North Ameiican of-
H) Aaron Sands, 164 Catharine-st, Philadelphia:
BelMcGin'ey, Kessler's Alley,do; AndrewSwea-
BCamden, New J rsey; R I! Evans, West Phila;
Bard 11 Young, Gilder, 409 Mntket-st, Phila; John
Bshmeari, 60 South Sixth st, do; T S Wagner,
Bographer, 116 Ohesnut-st, do; BJ Kensil 123 S
Henth-st, do; Peter Skeo Smith, Editor Native
Be, do; Joel Bodine, Glass nimuiacluier, Wil-
Hstown, N Jersey; William Steely, Farmington,
H Buren c, Iowa; I. It Coles, M I) Boston, Mass;
Had Citnfi Id, Physiologist, Phila; Thomas P S
By, M 11 Hariishurg, Pa; Peter Wright, 279 Market
Hindi; James VV Ncw'hn. 103 Filbeit st, do; John
Hd, 174 Spruce-st, do; William Urie, Pastor St.
Hi's M E Ch Cathatine-st, do; J .hn Chambers, Pas-
Hst Indep Ch Broad st, do; T L Sanders, Publisher
■ ledge and Standard, do; F P Sellers, Editor Olive
Hu h, Doylestowu. Bucks co. Pa; John Coates,
Hter, 11 tli and Marke.t-st, Phil i; Jacob Fretk, Eili
H Ann rie..n Sentinel, do; C Guilou, C. iuisellor, 39
Hth st, do; L A Godey, Publisher of the Lady's
Hk, do; D S Keifer, Editor American Republican,
■caster, Pa; II C Fottcesinith, Emporium oi Health,
Ha Wilson, M I) No 8 Ceilur Row, Ph'ln; Levi
Hk, New York; J B Atkinson. Camden, N Jersey.
Hie above named gentlemen, (constituting but a
■II portion of those who have visited Mr. Brooks at
■ office in Philadelphia, and would certify t> the
He facts if necessary) are well known, and their
H standing in society • recludes the idea of their
■ling their names lo entry on an imposition.
s additional testimony in proof jf the extrunrdina
;urative (towers of our Pan.tcea, we given few t f
many ceitificates iu otar possession, the. truth of
ch can he testified by wtiting to the individuals,
j, (Willi lite exception of Mr. Maxwell, who is in
v Vork) may be found where they resided when
certifica es were given.
nd here we say, without the fear of contradiction,
t we have not found a ease of Scrofula or other
tase lot which we recommend the Panacea which
medicine has not speedily arrestid.
le, have at tbi < time, amu ltitude of pa ients ttndet
anient, all ofwlmm are doing well. Among them
ue ofCANCc.II, which was pronounced by pliys
ns beyont the reach ot Surgical assistance, nut
n all appearances will be cured in a ft w months,
old wholesale and retail hy the proprietors, KOW-
D<i WALTON, 376 Market-si, Pliiln, Also, in
timore by N. N. It' binson, comer of Gay and Sar
;a streets; Kin loe K Toy, 2?J Marsh Market
ce; James Stansbury, No. 237 Broadway, Fell's
nt; Golden & 'j uhmau, No. 152, West Pratt st.
jIIRLH S VI.L OF
PATEtT PIANO FORTES,
D OTHER IN3IRUMENTSOF MUB'C THAT
ARE 1\ COMMON USE.
The subscriber, intending to retire
from business, will otter at public sale
M } |fi his entire stock of MUSICAL 1N
• • STRIJMEYTS, consisting of Piano
tea of superior quality, uoner patent, whicn will
p in tune themselves, for which a medal was
irded by ihe American nstitme of New York last
, after being insp i tod hy the most scrutinizing
pes of the Institute. A'so, some of the common
d, and a second hand one of Steward's make.
!o. Guitars; Hand Organs; French limns; Kent
gles; Bass Horns; Serpents; Bassoons; Tiiimpels;
ss, Tenor and Treble Violins; Fifes arid Clarion -
j. The said instruments are imported irom the
It Factories in Europe. Tli is sale will afford the
tt opportunity of any Iteretofore fot all person who
iy want any instrument above mentioned. Also, a
ge collection of pieces of MUSIC, some of which
: rare, and sonic FURNITURE of the richest qual
, made by the subscriber for his own use, bur tittle
ad. Also, will be sold, two ROW WINDOW:; of
ndsotne slyle, and STORE FIXTURES of hand
me shelving, with eliding sasli.
fgj-The sa e lo take place on TUESD AY, the 8 h
September, at the store of the subscriber, No. 39
arrison street, at the bend of ibe street.
Also, the STORE and DWELLING to Let.
L. KH KETTB,
A3! ts fAsenl Piano Forte Manufacturer.
kfISW PIANO FOR T E
VPAREHOU.-E. 151 PRATT ST,
adjoining ihe Rail Read Depot.
The tintlersigned, havig r btained
feggaiaßSß the agency for the sale of Bacon St Ka-
I 111 v n's ceh brated French action PI A
" " Nils', of New Vork, it'.wtiffcrs to the
iblie a really superior instrument, which lor beauty
id tlurabi ity of finish, brilliantly and ticlmrssof
-e, cannot be surpasi-ed. Pro'erserr and ainat- urs
ho have tried ,h-m, pronounce them the very best
stiumeiits of ihe day.
The inanuf ciurers being very extensively engaged
the Piano Fotle business iireenableitlosellthe.il
uch lower tnan the usual prices.
■ Persons desirous of purchasing u real
ad at the same time pay a very modeiaie price, are
•vited to call and examine those now on hand.
T. NEWTON KUltlZ. 151 Prati st.,
se3 Adjoining the Railroad Depot.
AX ENV COAL VARD,
HOWARD 8T . OPPOSITE OENTRE.
All the vaiieties of COAL, suitable for G.ates.
toves,.nnd Cooking Ranges—for sale hy
al3 3m* HENRY SHIRK.
B IN O Fits' BOA It US AND TBGNK
II BOARDS—B tons rtinderß' and Trunk Boards,
usl received mid for sale by
jytiS TURNER & MUDGF.,3 S, Charles st.
PLEASURE EXCURSIONS.
GRAND CIVIC A(VI) MILITARY EX
CURSION TO ST. MICHAELS.
'• flyyT-fe (' rhe y° L UMBr,/}N KIFf'RMEN,
c.i the swift and safe Steamer THO
■HeaBiMKIMKni viAS JEFFERSON, will mike an
Excursion (o Si. Michaels on FRIDAY, the 4tli Sep
tember. The boat will leave Light street wharf at 8
o'clock, and will stop at the County wharf going and
returning. The "Columbia:V' are determined to
make this one of the best Military Excutsions of
the season, and every arrangement will be effected to
add to the pleasure and enjoyment of the company.
Qif- RICE'S MILITARY and COTILLION MU
SIC has been engaged fur the occasion, and every
opportunity given to those who are fond of "tripping
it on the light fantastic toe."
C. C. PHILLIPS, Ballet Master.
(gj-Dinner and Supper, Refreshments, Caafec
tionrry. Ice Creams, Bie., will be supplied by a first
rate caterer, and sold at city utices.
Of?-Tickets 50 cents each—to be had of the un
dersigned Committee, of any member of the Compa
ny, or at the Clipper, Sun and Argus offices.
Lieut FRANKLIN HOPKINS,
Lieut. EDWARD HUTSON,
Ensign MORTERMER,
Sarg't JAMES WALKER,
326-29,1,3,4 5t [a] Private EL ISIIA COX.
FISHING EXCURSIONS,
TO GUNPOWDER AND BUSH RIVER.
ftCowpM** ■>. aw* Parties and individuals can
ffygftMyS leave the Depot, Pratt street,
tlle "SO'®' pas enger trains
...of the Philadelphia, Wilming
ton and Baltimore Railroad Company, DAILY (ex
cept Sundavs) at 9 A. M. and IJ P. M., with the privi
lege of returning the same day by either of the trains,
both of which will stop at the Bridges for that pur
pose. Fare for the round trip, Fl FT Y. CENTS.
Of?- Special tickets are prepared and must he pro
cured at the office before starting, otherwise full
rates will be required by the conductor, both in go
ing and returning.
a27-tf A. CRAWFORD, Agent.
HEALTHY EXCURSION.
TO NORFOLK AND BACK,
DURING THE WARM SEASON,
il wtweni By the Baltimore Steam Packet
superior and comfortable
3BcaiaaSE.boats, GEORGIA, Capt. Cannon, or
HERALD, Capt. Russell, leaving Spear's wharf eve
ry day (Sundays excepted.) at 4 P.M., and Norfolk
same days and hours. This excursion is offered to
invigorate the health, particularly invalids, adultsand
children, who are much benefitted by the si a air and
delightful sail down and up the Chesapeake Bay,
viewing the "Rip Raps," Old Point Comfort, Fortress
Monroe, U. S Men of War and Dry Dock.
Passage and fare down and up,s(i, with privilege of
returning in four days.
je26-d3m T. SHEPPARB, Agent.
PINF.Y POINT PAVILION.
ONE of the most convenient, splendid, and pic
turesque salt water bathing places in the United
States, will be opened for visiters on lire 15th instant
for the summer campaign. The Pavilion and its ac
commodations have been put in a complete state of
repair, and offer to the invalid a pleasant resort for
health and recrealion. The bathing is delicious, eith
er in the houses or in the open surf, "along the sound
ing shore." A fteslt and constant sea-breeze sets in
in the afternoon, and continues all night till tight or
ten in the morning. The Pavilion commands a view
of the debouchure of the Potomac into the Chesa
peake Bay, the river in front being nearly ten miles
wide. It is within eight hours' steaming from Wash
ington, twelve from Baltimore, and twelve from
Richmond.
A tttgHtu The steamer COLUMBIA, Captain
Saft*6tt{UyGuyihcr, leaves Baltimore every Sa
-""tfiiwßJlML r urdny evening, stops at Piney Point
early on Sunday morning, and reiurn to Baltimore
on Wedneseay. The steamer OCEOLA, (.'apt. Mit
chell, leaves Washington oti Wednesdays and Satur
days on her wavto Norfolk, and returns on Tuesdays
and Fridays, touching at the Point in both directions,
landing nnd receiving passengers.
The proprietor, with these advantages of his estab
lishment, r.nd with a corps of obliging servants gyod
fare, good music, boats for sailing, nnd the usual ac
cessaries of a watering place, toge.hcr with moderate
charges, confidently casts himself upon the public ap
probation. J. H. BIRCH,
United States Ilotei, Wash'ng'on.
N. B. In addition to the above facilities for visiting
Piney Point, travellers have now a third conveyance
by the splendid Steamer MOUNT VERNON, which
leaves Baltimore every TUI'SDAY and FRIDAY
EVENING, at 6 o'clock, P. M., for Ac uiia Creek,
and returns to Baltimore on MONDAYS &.THURS
DAYS, stopping ulways at Piney Point both coin;
and returning ' als-tf
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY!
CABIN PASSAGE sl.
EXCURSION TICKETS, including meals, (rouni
trip,) only $2.
t FOR PHILADELPHIA DAILY
at 13 o'clock, M.. from PRATT-ST
WHARF, near Light street, withoul
Change of Person or Baggage. The new and supe
riorsafety Barges MAJOR RINGGOLD and GEN'L
CAHWALL ADER, will leave Pratt-st. wharf, neat
L ght-st., daily at 12 o'clock, M ,for Philadelphia, in
tow of the steamer LOPER to Delaware city, when
they will take the new, splendid and swift steamer
PORTSMOUTH, and arrive at an early hour the
following morning, without change of person ot
baggage.
The Batges have been fitted up in the best order,
with mproved berths. The cabin for Ladies is sep
arate and distinct from the main cabins.
Fare to Philadelphia SI. Meals £5 cents,
15. G. HARRIS, Agent,
se'i-d Office corner of Grant and Pratt sts.
DR., I. STANLEY, from London, can he con
suited daily, for Rheumatism, Paralysis, Spina
Diseases, and all Nervous affections, at his office,
corner of Cove street and Burgundy alley. rnSLGin
rgiHE SUBSCRIBERS would respectfully cat
et the attention of their customers and the public
to their well selected stock of choice CLOTHS.
CASSIMERES, and VESTINGS, which they art'
prepared to make up to order in the most fashionable
style, at the shortest notice, and on such ti tins as
cannot fail to please their customers.
ROGERS & BOYD,
mh2B No. 196 Market street.
VXNGLXSH ENAMELLED PItESERV-
Kj ING KETTLES. Clark's genuine Enamelled
PREPERVI NG K ETTLES, of all sizes, inieorlcd di
rect, from the manufacturer. Also, ENAMELLED
SAUCEPANS end TEA KETTLES, of all sizes—
This ware is the best in use, for preservingor for cook
ing any choice dishes as it impacts no taste whatever
Tnis cannot be said of brass, copper or iron.
For the genuine article, warranted to give satisfac
tion, call at the House Furnishing Ware Rooms, No
ION. Charles St., opposite Union Bank.
au6 C. E. WETMORE & CO.
DR.CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE
SPECIFIC FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS.—
This medicine is fast taking the place of every prepa
ration heretofore used for diseases arising from Weak
nest or other causes. Ail that i< necessary to secure
this medicine a place in the Domestic Practice of
every family, when cueh a medicine is needed, is a
trial.
It speaks for itself—is innocent in its operations,
and n • injury can aiise from its use at any timif:
Wholesale and Retail by ROWAND & WALTON Pro
pi ietors 876 Market Street, phila. Also.it Baltimore
liv N. N. Robinson, corner of Gay arid Saratoga sts.;
Kinsloe &. Toy, PPJ Marsh Maiket Spaee; James
Stnnsbury, No 257 Broadway, Fell's Point; Gorden
Si Tubman, No, 152, Wesl Pratt street, se2
G TLNGHAMS, CALICOES, AND LONG
O CLOTHS, it. McEI.DOWNEY & CO., have
this day received—2 cases new style GINGHAMS of
superior quality and fabric suitable for the prcsentand
approaching season.
ALSO—2 cases CALICOES, of dark and hand
some style, with a large slock of New York Mills
Water Twist, Sleam Mills, and other makes of shirt
ing and -heeling LONG CLOTHS; all of which will
be sold on very reasonable terms at
163 BALTIMORE STREET,
auls between Charles and Light.
CCA UFA'S OIL, FOR TH ECf'ilE OF DEAF
~ NESS, AND THE DISCHARGE OF MATTER
FROM TUB EARS. We cut the following highly
important intelligence from a newspaper printed in
Lock port, N. Y.
Messrs, Mioray A. Son are members of the society
of Friends, and a e well known in the business com
mutiity.
"The undersigned, agents for Lockport, from per
sonal knowledge of its good effects, can recommend
the above article without hesitation. We have sold
within the last year about s7(l worth; and in most
cases it has proven beneficial. One enso of twelve
years standing, (the wife of Jeptha Bahcock, of Som
erset,) has been entirely cured by its nse. If those
interested will call on us. we will lay before then:
what evidence we have of its remedial qualties, and
ihen they cau best judge whether to use it or not.
J. MURRAY & SON,
Porsale by SETI? P. DANCE, 108 Baltimore st.
ap24 nnd cor. Charles and Pratt-sts.
STRAW BOARDS—3OOO lbs. Straw Boards,
Just receivt d and for sa'e by
se2 TURNER A M URGE, 3 8. Gbarlcs st.
SILVERT SPOONS. Persons going to house
keeping are ptuliculariv invited to call before
purcha invalid see G.V'RIBI, O CI,AUK'S assort
ment of silver work, Water st, 24 door from Calveit.
N. B. Pi'ver work of every description made to or
der, and highest prices given for old silver, a2B
AAHTSEsf/EiNTS.
HOLLIDAY ST. THEATRE.
■MR. E. A. MARSHALL, LESSEE.
TUHS POPULAR ESTABMSHMEVT
will open for ii regular season, on
MONDAY EVENING, September 7, 1846.
The leneral arrangements will be such as to merit
the patronage of the public, and uphold the
BEST INT I RESTS OP THE DRAMA.
THE FOLLOWING GALAXY OF AUXILIARY
TALENT, (su. -ported by an ethcieut Stock Compa
ny) will appear in succession:
MR. and MRS. CHARLES ICEAN,
MRS. MOWATT,
MR. EDWIN FORREST;
MR. J AS. WALLACE, sr.,
MR. ANDF.RSOiN,
MR. COLLINS.
MR. MURDOCH,
And the POPULAR OPERATIC COUPS':
j Mrs. SEGITIN, Mr. FIUZIER, Mrs. SEGLIN, Sec,
WIS. COLLINS,
THE CELEBRATED IRISH COMEDIAN AND
VOCALIST,
will begin an engagementon MONDAY EVENING,
and perform TWO OF HIS MOST CELEBRATE J
CHARACTERS,
j OU-Full particulars will he announced in bills and
I future advertisements. ae 4
FRONT STREET THEATRE.
TUIIS EVENING, Sept. 4th, will be per
. formed THE SWAMP FOX; Or, Marion and
his Men. Francis Marion, Mr. UENKINS. Serg't
Jasper, Mr. G. F. BROWNE. Ned Humphries, Mrs.
I NICHOLLS. Simon Suggs, Mr. SCOTT. Andrew
I Jackson. Mast. F. WOOD, Frank, (Marion's son)
I Master W. WOOD. Mrs. Motte, Mrs. McLEAN.
I Bella, Jasper's sweetheart, Mrst MOSSOP.
QQ- Boxes 50 cents. Pit 25 cents.
<fijh Iloors open at quarter past 7—Performance to
( online ce quaiter to 8 o'clock. It
BALTIMORE MUSEUM
AND GALLERY OF THE FINE ARTS,
CORNER OF HAI,'I I MORE ,)• CALVERT-STS,
IJUHS EVENING, Sept. 4th, will he present-
B ed the laughable piece, entitled THE DEAD
SHOT. Capt. CannoH. Mr. KEVIIiLE. Timid, Mr,
T. G. BOOTH. Wiseman, Mr. ANDERTON. Thorn
ton, Mr. STRONG. Louisa Lovetrick, Mis. ALEX
IS PENSON. Chattir, Mrs. KEMBLE.
Alter which, DANCING and SINGING.
To conclude with
WILFUL Dl UIIIJER.
Pythagoras Spoon, Mr. T. G. BOOTH. Mr. Consol,
Mr. KEMBLE. Rlioda, Mrs. AUBREY.
Admittance2s cts., children under 10 years of
age., 124 cents. Saloon performance to commence at
74 o'clock precisely. It
SMEW'S DAGI'ERRIAM ROOMS,
117 BALTIMORE STREET, Balt'e,
116 CHESNUT STREET, Philadelphia.
MR. SHEW would respectfully announce that he
has opened Rooms at No. 117 Baltimore street, with
a light expressly adapted tor the purpose of taking
DAGUERREOTYPE MINIATURES,
upon the most improved system.
He would particularly call attention to his facili
ties for taking children, which are superior to those
of any other establishment in the city.
Q&-The proprietor intends giving his personal at
tention to those who ma) favor him with a call,
ml-dlf
Afflicted read— SIOO win be paid to
any one who ;an produce a single case of a eer
| tain delicate disease that the AMERICAN COM
| POUND will not speedily and radically cure. It is
free from Mercury, and all other deleterioas drugs;
pleasant to the taste, and requires no restriction in
diet Thousands have been cured by the compound,
in all stages of the disease, being adapt ed to all class
tsjtho.se of a weakened constitution will find it high
ly beneficial. It has loag been used in the private
practice of a physician with unerring success, radi
cally removing every vestige of the disease in ninety
| nine cases of the hundred. Put up in half pint bot
tles, with full directions, and for sale at 103 Baltimore
St.; corner of Pratt and Charles sts.; No. 425 wet
; Baltimore street; corner of Gay ami Saratoga streets
and at C. Stent's, Washington city; No. 284 Marsh
Market Space. jels 3m
K. 11. .MERRILL,
COMMISSION SHOE WAREHOUSES,
Nos. 17 and 10 HANOVER ST.
Xlk CASES now on hand and daily te
*9"/ILrceiviiig fresh supplies, both from New
| England and city manufactureis, and for sale by the
, casej*oo tnanufaclur. rs account.
| The stock einbr. ces a general assortment of all
I kinds of Boots, Shoes and Bragans, both coarse and
fine.
I Also, Agency of Goodyear Rubber Manufacturini
i Co. and on hand a full supply of the patent raetallit
| Rubber .Shoes.
j Also. Agency of Hartshorne A Co's. manufaclur
| ed RUBBERS, and a full supply of Hie imponei
j I'hhliets, m original cases, Ac. &.c. Ac. a26-eo3m
fOST. Book No. 108,265, Savings Bank of Bal
-J tinrore. The finder will please return it to
a!3-2aw4w No. 186 LOMBARD .STREET.
\TOTICE. A HARE CHANCE FOR BARGAINS!
XT SELLING OFF AT COST—NO SHAM.'
The undersigned, Agent for Trustees, offers for
sale, both who.esale and retail, a very large and gen
eral assortment o 1 DRY GOODS AT COST, FOR
CASH ONLY. As the stock will not he rep.tnished
by lie v purchases, but must be closed out entirely as
soon as possible, many articles will be sold much
BELOW COST. I am selling Parsons', Coats'and
Let's super.or 6 cord Spo. I Cotton, (200 yards) at 4
cents peijnonl, or 46 :ts. pt-rdnzui; common Spool
Cotton I St. pei sproljtrO cts. per doz; colt.n Gloves
3 lo 12 els. per pair; Bajlis' snpeiior Needles 4 cents
pr paper; Pins 3to fi cts.; paper; Grass Skirts 62j
cents each; Corded Skirts, corded all through, 37j
, cents each; Vesbings 12, 18, 25 cts &c. per pattern;
Linen Cambric Hdkfs. 12, 18 and 25 cents; Painted
; Muslins 10 to 25 cents per yard; Plaid Ginghams a to
I to 25 cts per yard; Calicoes 5 to 15 do; Bobbin Edg
j ings arid Cotton Laces, very cheap; Bleached and
; Hrowa Muslin from 5J to 12 cts. per yard; Cloths,
Cassimeres, Satinets, Tweeds, Gamhroons, Diilliugs.
| Brown Linens, Nankeen, Sateen, Summer Cloths,
; Table Covers, Diapejs, Oil Cloth, Cap Netts, Cam
| tiric, Jacont t, Swiss and Book Muslins, Shawls of all
| kinds, Flannels, Blankets, Seivanls' wear, Furniture
I arid Cambric Dimity, Toilet Covers, Ac. &.c., all ai
prices lower than any other store in the City.
HENRY W.COOKE, S. E. corner of
jy2s Hanover and Lombard street.
RICH NEW A A D D ieSl R A 11LU
J FALL DRY GOODS:
R. McELDOVVNEY & CO. are receiving from the
New York, Philadelphia, and this market, a full sup
fly of choice and desirable FALL DRY GOODS,
selected expressly for city retail sales, comprising in
cart of rich SILKS, MOUSELINE l)E LAINES,
Tartan Plaid SILKS; Tartan Plaid CASHMERES;
Twill'd and Plain GINGH AMS, ALPACAS, BOM
BAZINES; French and Eng.ish CHIN'I ZES-willia
variety of other goods, wliich will be sold on rea
sonable terms at 163 BALTIMORE STREET,
a29 between Calvert and Light sts.
THE TAILOUSi The subscriber has
* jast received from Now York and Boston, a
complete supply of very superior articles for tailors'
use—such as ( RAYONS of all kinds, for marking;
TAPE MEASURES of various kinds and quali'ies;
SQUARES; SQUARES & SCALES; PANTALOON
SQUARES, (for obtaining the correct length of leg;)
RULERS; YARD STICK-; Body, or Measuring
STRAPS, SHEARS, POINTS, &c. See.
Of?-The attention of the trade, in town and coun
try, is invited to these articles, all of which are of
superior make, and will be furnished at the lowest
possible rates. WM. FRESCOTT SMITH,
Agent for Scott's Fashions,
a27-2w No. 32 Second street.
ITBROCLaYm IT TO Til 10 U (h( 1,1).
& TH AT RANCH'S COMPOUND SYRUP
OF HOAR HOUND is, without
Exception or Exaggeration,
the most safe and speedy cure for all diseases arising
from Coughs and Colds, which, unfortunately neglec
ted, too
OFTEN ENDS IN CONSUMPTION.
If Hance's Compound Syrup of Hoarhoutid is tak
en on the. first appearaace of a Cough, it will imme
diately cure it and save the sufferer from an un'imcly
grave. Price 50 cts. per bottle, or six bottles for S2j.
Forsaleby SETH S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore St.,
and corner of Charles and Pratt sts. se3
ii w^^' s c A^r 100 ™ 108
THE GREAT REMEDY
For Coughs, Colds, Spitting of Blood and Hoarseness.
ALL WHO ARE AFFLICTED
SHOOt.D GIVK IT A TRIAL.
Priee Twenty h'icc Cents per Package,
Or Five Packages for sl.
For sale by SETH S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore St.,
and corner Charles and Pratt sts. sc3
I ECONOMY IN MEDICINE— SO pills for 25
J cts The cheapest medicine in the world is
HANCE'SSARSAPAUILLA OR BLOOD PILLS,
they purity the blood, remove bile, cure costiveness,
headache, rheumatism, heart-burn, dyspepsia, sing
ing in the ears, cramps, pain in the stomach, &c.
Price 25 cents per box, or five for .'sl.
Forsaleby SETH S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore St.,
and corner of Charles ami Pratt sts.
Remember fifty pills in a hox, and Hance's Blood
Pills. se3
ONTMORANCY H. PRICIN
PRACTICAL WATCH MARF.R,
mh24-tf No. 60 8. Calvsrt strxst.
JOH N W. WATTS, ID)USE CARPENTER
F4*tt*-st., adjoining Assembly Rooms, (ally
FOR SALE & RENT.
fiPoR KENT-hri of a House for rent,
in it very pleasant and central part of the city,'
neat Charles st. For further particulars apply
at litis office. tea if
iVtlSi PhR RKSiT. <ir the
lijie Book Store, No. 151 PRATT STREET, arC
feljjj joining the Baltimore and Ohio Kail Road
JiiaiUJL i pot, consisting of one very large and com
modious Room, very suitable lor a commission mer
chant, storage room, or armory for a military compa
ny, or any other purpose requiring plenty of room.
Ttvo handsome new store COUNTER?, with draw
ers, and a large SHOW WINDOW, for sale cheap.
Inquire at the Bookstore,
No. 151 PRATT STREET,
jeß-tf next door to Railroad Depot.
tijjJ, HOUSE AiVD LOT FOR SILK.
A House and Lot on the North side of Ross
jjj street, nearly opposite the inter-ection of
lULPaca street, having a front of 20 feet on Ross
street, and running back 100 feet to an Alley,subject
to a ground rent 0f.{15 per annum, will be sold a bar
gain. This property is situated in the most healthy
part of the city, and from the many improvements
making in the neighborhood, a very profitable invest- !
ment tnay be made. Apply at the Clipper Office, 134 j
Baltimore street. m 8 dtf
JOPPA FARM FOR SALE. j
I'OR SALE—-The well known FARM called j
(1 Joppa,in Harford county, at the mouth of Gun- i
powder River and at the head of Sloop Navigation.— j
■fcJrijjL The Farm is also situated about two miles
UHlii] from th i depots, Harewood and Magnolia—
Mie!!! Philadelphia Turnpike ' 3 distant about 3
JSUliJlLiriiles. It has a suitable Fishety attached;—
also, a large DWELLING House, Springs, Orchards,
Out-buildings, and a wharf, where lime and other ma
nure can be obtained at the lowest market price.
This Farm comprises 400 acres of Land, the soil is !
unsurpassed; also, adjoining are 675 acres, inostof!
which is thriving young wood.
The above property will be sold together or sepa I
rale, on desirable terms, if immediate application be I
made to
B. BOND & GEO. GELBACH,
_ au4 Real F, state Agents, No. 43 Second-r,t. i
DWELLINGS FOII SALE. Two
EIFjS spacious three story DWELLINGS on Frank
ffwllll s,ree ' "ear Courtland, havingevery requi
Bill .ILsite for a large and fashionable family, will
he sold on very inviting terms if immediate applica
tion is made.
ALSO—A large Dwelling in Sinclair's Row, Ft.
Raul's street, will be sold low either with or without
a Ground Kent.
ALSO-A Dwelling with passage on Eutaw neat
Monument street. Lot 30 feet front, will be sold cheap
and a great portion of the purchase money may re
main on Ground Rent.
ALSO—three3story DweMngs on Hollins-st. near
the Hollins market. Apply to
BOND &GELBACH,
_jy2B No. 49 Second street.
FOR SALE. One half of the interest
a SCHOONER for sale cheap for cash;
i *"™" J "Slie is 55 tons, and can carry fifty cords of
wood; she is now engaged in the wood trade and do
ing a first rale business; she will he sold for less ihuH
cost, if applied for soon to BROOKS & CO., Real
Estate and Commission office, No. 61 Lexington-st.,
near Charles.
N. B. Any person with a few hundred dollars will
find this n profitable investment, as the profits of this
schr. amounts to ahout34 to .§4ll per week. a36
(4 ON ST Alt LE's SALE. By virtue of a wr|
J of fieri facias, issued by John Showaere, Esq.
one of the Justices of the Peace of the Slate of Ma- \
ryland, in and for Baltimore city, at the suit of Jo
seph Turner and Tuiner, (known as Joseph
Turner it. Son, against the goods and chattels, lands
and tenements of Jeremiah Hays, to me directed; I
have seized and taken in execution all the estate,
right, title, interest, pioperty, claim and demand, at
M,lsw and in equity, of the said Jeieininh Hays. I
jESjanJ.R' oe two story Brick HOUSE And
■ijllm-L LO I , fronting on the south side of Preslon-st.
And I hereby Live notice, that on the Ifith day of
September next, at 4 o'clock in the evening. I will
offer for sale the said properly, so seized and taken in
execution, by Public Auction, to the highest bidder
for cash, on the premises.
* If DAVID WIIITSON, Constable.
FALL STYLE OF HATS AND CAPS.
EEPKB To be had in all their varieties at my
HT f "id Star.d, No. 33 EUTAW STREET,
U one door North of Lexington st., where
public will find a full and general as
sor nient of HATS and CARS of the
best quality and at the very lowest prices. I would
also call attention to my fine NUTRIA BEAVER
HATS, at only §3.5U, believing them to be unequalled
foi the price in the city.
a39 3m CHARLES TOVVSON. |
Hat DRESS AND military■ car
MANUFACTORY, No. I 33 BALTIMORE
STREET. J. L. Mcl'UdlL, manufactures and keeps
on hand a general assortment of fashionable and
plain HATS; also, MILITARY OARS, of all kinds
ind shapes. A great variety of Sttaw, Guayaquil,
Leghorn and Palm Leaf HATS; also, Glazed and
[/' loth CAPS and HATS, and CAPS for children, al
ways on hand; in addition to which a general assort
mcntof Ladies' Fancy Furs, in the season. aB-tf
CJPLF.NDID BR ITANNmI WA mF,
JUST RECEIVED j
A fresh invoice of Eug'ish and American IIRITAN ;
NIA WARE, of the latest style, in sets of five anil j
six pieces; various styles Coffee ami Tea Pots, by j
the tingle piece and hy the dozen. Also, CASTORS, j
SPITTOONS, PITCHERS, CANDLESTICKS, Bed j
Pans, Lamps, Soup and Giavy LADLES, Table ami j
Tea SPOONS, for sale very low, wholesale oi j
retail, at the HOUSE FURNISHING WAREROOMS, !
No. 10 North Charles St., opposite the Union Bank, j
B. Old Britannia Ware of all kinds taken in J
exchange for new. Coffee and Tea Pots Repaired. ;
ie!3 U. E. WETMORE & CO.
SPLENDID WATCHES.
,s"0 Splendid Hunting ca-ed first quality full j
vjfyja jewelled patent lever WATCHES, received i
(ij—i JR per the last steamer, made expressly to or j
der, with a large assortment of the diff rent j
descriptions of gold and silver Watches, which are
warranted to be as fine as any of my former impor
tations. Persons in want of first quality Watches,
will please call and examine G. D. CLARK'S as
sortment, at the old established stand, Water street,
second door ftom Calvert. a9B
Read thin: "The HOWARD-si. CHEAP I
STOKE, No '35, has b'en teceiving lorn of
cheap DRY GOODS. Beauiiful Fall Prints at 10 and
13 cts; Cassineits at 37 and 50 cts; good Muslins at 5,
li, 8 and 10 cts; super Linen style Long Cloths, 13 c;
Chusan Calicoes, worth 18} for 13} cts; lead co ored
ami white Hose, three pair lor 25c; Muslin de Lames
§1 dress pattern; fine Linen Camhtie Hdkfs. 12 cts;
Lisle. Gloves 6; uoale's and Parson's Spool Cotton
50 cts per dozen; Dress Goods; Ginghams; Shawls;
Silks; and a great variety of other Dry Goods, great |
bargains. Call before purchasing at
HAY WARD'S Cheap Slore, |
No. 25 Howard street,
third door from Fayette street, j
ay- FURNISHING DRY GOODS—us Sheetings;
Pillow Casing; Towelling, ?ye."Ac. very low. Supe-;
pcrior Clear Lawn lldkfs. at 62 cts; Htimm r Goods
atenst. si2-d
fgIAULE OIL CLOTH. I have now on 'piinq j
A an assortment of TA2LE OiL CLOTH, 4, 5,
5 & 7 quarters wide, embracing a variety of patterns, j
on canton flannel Linen St muslin, Superior cloths, i
nd for sale low bv,
JOHN C. HOLLAND. 48 Gay street, ;
au2B near the Odd Fellows' Hall, j
rioLD GUARD CHAINS, "GABKIEL p.
™ 14 CLARK opens a great variety of Gold and Fil- i
ver work this day, among which are handsome gold!
Guard Chains, for ladies and gentlemen; also, gold j
Guard Keys; Fob Chains and Seals, with a great va
riety 0( beautiful Jewelry. a3B
fSsT ARRIVED BY EXPRESS
FROM NEW YORK!
A fine assonm nt of gol-l Miniatures and .Medal-1
lions; go'd Chains; gold Pencils, gild Pens; Rings; j
Bracelets; Shiit Studs; steel Remis; sieel Clasps;
steel Slides, &c. Also, a tine bit of Hie latest fash- 1
ion Cameo, Stupe, Clu let and en.amePi d I'I.NS, and
a variety of other goods, which the sabscribi r will,
offer for sale at No. 121 Baltimore street, at N, York
city prices, and at or very near the wholesale or job
bing price.
{tQM-'iiizcns and strangers arc reoprrtfn"} invited
to rail and examine the stock, and inquue the prices, ;
and vou wil I he COIIVM red of the a ove i II'I- .
a2O-tm N. t:. UIMPH, No. 131 Bwltlmr 'est. ;
WRAPPING PAPKU-2.50Jr ainsWisp-l
ping Paper, ass* ried siz s, v>z: Cap. double j
Cap, Crown, iiiable Ctown. &e.. j*t-1 tece ved and
for sale by TURNER A MIIDGE,
se2 3 South t'baileg street. |
frOUNG MEN. wi-hing to obtain situations in
. wholesale or retail stores, can be suited by call
ing and giving a short not ce at BROOKS St CO'F
Real Estate and Commission Office, 61 Lexii gton-st.
sear Charles, All letters man! be post paid ' i 35
WAN T S .
W'AfVTKD— Viiung men, with or without ca
pital, may hear o( line opportunities to eu
gage in profitable business, by calling on
n-'J 1,, i BCOTTI, 10 Exchange Place,
WiINTEi), A liov to run errands. Apply to
ALFRED II REIP,
W 335 llahiuiorc street.
WA iV'J'KI). A small Hoy to go errands. Ap
ply to ELLIS & NICOL AI,
se2-4t b!) Baltimore street.
CjITtIATION WANTED. By a young man.
either in a wholesale grocery, flour or commis
sion store, as assistant cletk, and to make himself
useful about the establishment, or any other respect
able mercantile business—good references a3 to cha
racter, &c. given. Apply at
L. F. SCOTT I'B Intelligence office,
No. 10 Exchange IMace.
WASTEI). 1 wish to purchase a number ol
good house servants for a term of years. Per
sons having such servants for sale, would do well to
jive ine a call. I will give a liberal cash price for
them. Apply to
LEWIS F. SCOTTI, Exchange Place,
A few doors from the corner of South,
a ' 3 Nearly opposite the Exchange.
WANTED. A young man with a small ca.h
capital, to go south. Also wanted, several
young men for different kinds of business. For fur
ther information call at BROOKS &. C'O'S Real Es
tate and Commission office, No. til Lexington street,
near Charles. All letters must he post paid. a25
WANTED— Young men, with or without ca
pital. wishing to get into business, inay hear
of some good chances oy calling and giving a snort
BROOKS & CO'S Real Estate and Coni
missioWoftice, No, 61 LEXINGTON STREET, near
Charles street, from 9to 9 o'clock. All letters mast
be postpaid.
Wanted, this day, a young MAN with from $260
to S3OO, as Partner for a light and pleasant business,
the profits ot which will pay from S3O to S4O per
week, if properly attended to. This is a first rate
chance for any young man wishing to get in a good
business. Also wanted, a CLERK for a store.
BROOKS & CO., Real Estate Brokers,
sc3 l\v No. 61 Lexington street.
WANTED— A situation in a wholesale house,
by a young gentleman that can bring a large
amount of cash customers. He can produce the best
of references as regards hum sty, capacity, &c He
has a very large acquaintance in this and other stales,
and the extra business that he could bring to a whole
sale house, would make it an object to any firm to
employ him. He will engage for a moderate salary.
Please undress a note to "Clerk," at the office ol
BROOKS & CO., Real Estate Agents, 61 Lexingtoil
st. near Charles. u22
WAN i ED—A first rale COOK—one who un
demands every branch of Cookery. Tht
best reference will be r quired. Apply at the Pa t
Alto Mouse, No, 19 St. Paul's street, near Balti
more. all-lf
■RirANTED. Two steady GIRLS frim 14 to If
v V years of age, of industrious habits, to work in t
Fringe Paciory. Also, two Silk and Cotton winders
Apply at JAMES M. HAIG,
Jy'27 fp] 133 Baltimore st.
WANTED, a situation by a voung gcnlleniai
front Washington, froir which place he cat
bring Ibe best of references—he would prefer thi
dry goods business, and would engage for a moderan
salary. Any merchant in want of a clerk will pleasi
address a note, or call at BROOKS St CO'S real es
tate office, 61 Lexington 3t. a29
WANTED. GROUND RENTS of all amount
and locations, wanted at highest rates.
BOND &. GEL BACH, Real Estate Agenls,
jylh [A] No. 49 Second street,
raXHAT UNRIVALLED OA "KM I NATIVE
ft "BOVVERS' INFANT CORDIAL" is the nios
popular Medicine now in use among various familiei
of the first respectability throughout the count ry.
BOVVERS' CORDIAL can he given to the ntosl
tender infant with perfect safety. For children, ot
even adults that are afflicted wilh inward pains, tht
Cordial will be found of incalculable benefit. Foi
those children who are afflicted with a weakly or de
bilitated state of the bowels, the Cordial will provt
very beneficial. Children while teething gaffer a grea
amount of pain, and occasion the parent therein
much anxiety and trouble. The happy influence tlia
"Bowers' Infant Cordial" exerts, by its very sontliin
qualities, makes it a very desirable remedy in all sue
cascg: let no family be without this invaluable reine
dy.—Price 25 cents.
For sale wholesale and retail by
C P. ROGERS, Druggist and Chemist,
corner of Howard and Marion streets,
j And at retail by the following agents:— Rodney Glei
san, corner of Madison and Howard sis.; Dr. E. I
Perkins, comer of Market and Green sts ; 11. Lernor
coiner of Market and Poppleton sts.; A.G. Ridgelj
corner of Howard and Pratt sts.; J. 11. Perkins fk Brc
tlier, corner of Green and Franklin sts ; 11. W. An
drews, Hill st.; G. K. Tyler, corner of High and Mar
hot sts.; Dr. T. Rountree, Bel-Air Market; 'i'hos. C
Hopkins, Broadway, Fe'l's Point; J I!. Stansbury
Thames st.; G VV. Tucker, Pratt and Eden st.; T. J
Pitts, High arid Pratt st.; C. P. Rogers, corner of Paci
and Little Green street; Dr. Radiurg Pratt and Pace
sir et. sel-lw—je!2 Bm
I&TKW CARPETING!—NEW CARPETING
1 M CHEAP FOR CASH. The subscriber is now re
ceiving his FALL supply of CARPETING. Oil
CLOTH, &o. &c., to which lie invites the attenttoi
of those in want. His assortment will be found vei
complete, and to comprise some exceedingly rich am
handsome patterns. His terni3 being CASH, enabl
liirn to offer strong inducements with regard to price
T. M. CON IIA DT, Carpet Warehouse,
al9 Im 75 Ballimore-st , above Gay.
SDOOUE'SPECTORAL MIXTURE. H
]? 54 offering this valuable Medicine for sale, tht
subscriber would inform the public that it is no quae!
remedy to cure all diseases, nor is it recommended at
i cure for consumption; it is prepared from the re
ceipl of the late Dr. Moore, of Philadelphia, and is ;
certain remedy for recent Coughs, Colds and Catarrha
affections. It will also be found useful in the inci
[licitt stages of Bronchitis. Numerous certificate
could be obtained from those who have derived bene
lit from its use, but it is deemed unnecessary, as;
trial ol it will be sufficient recommendation oi its va
lue as a remedy in the above mentioned diseases.
For sale by CHARLES 11. BARRY,
nl2-lf No. 182 Baltimore street.
'EN ORE SHOWER BATHS FINISHED—
fU Another suoply of those celebrated SHOWER
BATHS just finished and for sale low. Persons de
siring such an article would do well to call at my es
tablisbmeni before ourchasing elsewhere, when, up.
on examination, they will be convinced that they ari
the most convenient article that can be had in Ihis o
any other cily.
ALFRED 11. REIP. 335 Baltimore street,
jy3 2d Tin store above Howard-st.
CJUPERIOR MINERAL WATER. Thi:
iX? delightful and refreshing beverage can now bt
furnished by the subscriber equal, if not superior it
any in the city, witli a great variety of Syrups, a
muiig which are, Cream, Vanilla, Orange, Orgeat
&o. Ike.
Also,fresh Pavillionand Congress Spring WATER
For sale by CHARLES B. HARRY,
tp9M No. 182 Baltimore st.
OPIUM. The subscriber lias on hand a supplj
of OPIUM, which he is selling considerably be
low the market price. J. W. VV. GORDON,
No. 152 West Pratt street,
013-en opposite Bait, and Ohio Rail Road Depot.
JJAMASK TABLE LINENI
LINEN SHEETING AND IRISH LINENS.
t'fXH E subscribers have now in store and for sale,
®. by the piece or yard, the frr-esf and best assort
ed stock of LINEN GOODS in this city.
WE NAME IN PART:
8-4,9-4.10-4,11-4, 10-4 and 13 4 liifli and Barnslcy
LINEN SHEETING
4(1, 43, 45, 50, 52 and 54 inch Bolster and Pillow-case
LINEN
7-4,8-4,9-4 and 10 4 Irish and Barnsley Damask TA
BLE LINEN
7-4,8-4, 9-4 aud 10 4 Irish and Barnsley DIAPER
TABLE LINEN
Unbleached Damask and Diaper Table Linen
8-8,8-10, 10-12. 10-14, 10-16,10-20 Satin Damask Ta
hie CLOTHS
Damask and Diaper, Dinner and Tea Napkins, in sizes
White and colored DOYLIES
Birds-Eye and Huckaback TOWELLING
Scotch and Russia DIAPERS, in great variety
Huckaback and Diaper red bordered Towels"
Irish and Scotch Dowlas, German Rolls
Stair Damask—together with our lore stock !
IRISH SHIRTING LINEN, making in all the
most cam pietq stock of LIN LN GOODS we have
ever had.
ot7-Tlie above Goods are Iruin tire bo manufac
turers, (the most of them made t) our own order for
family use,) warranted all Flax and Oras Bieac U.
R MeELDOVVNEY & CO.
No. 163 Baltimore street,
ai9 between Calvert and Light.
MIBRYIIIG KETTLES Iff every de
scription; Knives aid Fo k-; Tea Trays arid
I Waiters; Spoon-: Britannia WARP; Saucepan.-;
I Pots; Grid-IDs; Kettles; Skillets; Spiders and Dab a
i oven-; Gridirons; Cundlesii' ks; Flat Iron.: Spittoons;
. Tin Ware of every description: Travelheg B'shet-;
Do r >1 Its; Umbrella Stands; Potato Steamer-; Cof
i fee Roasters; < las tors and llon-ekeepii g article;- o:
i ever' dfsciiution nl the lowe-t to ees.
JAMBS COttTLAN Si SON,
18 Ba'timore stieet,2d door easi of
-eg Harrison st-. and oppo.ite Centre Market
ADDIIJUNAL RV llJLiNLjfi,
RIiGARLJJN'G THE EXTRAORDINARY POWERS OF
CURISTIK'S
GALVANIC ISINGS
BELTS, BRACELETS, BANDS,
AND MAGNETIC FLUID!
'"' !nwi "t! testimonials are, for the first
*'' ne -Pfenei'teil to the public. 'J'hey nave been
m i.tii a ,eiv l,a 8- It is unnecessary
dW oerusi The' fi o ' ' e , r U,a " l " ,r,|u "' ,t " ,K,r r!X "
(in perusal. Jnu first is trom a clergyman well
caseof' "" attainments and repuiation. A
RHEUMATISM, BRONCHITIS St DYSPEPSIA
n , A ~ " SIDNE y, New Jersey, July |;), 1846.
Dr. A. H. Chr stte—Dear Doctor: I promised to
communicate with you respecting the effecu of the
application ot your Galvanic Rings ana MagneUc
I laid in my own case. The lime i s as yet too short
lo justify my speaking positively i„ relation to the
permanency ol my cure, but I can say that since the
application of your Bracelets to my wrists and ol the
Band to my neck, the whole series of my nervous
complaints has been suspended. 1 suffered much
Irom Chronic Rheumatism, Bronchitis and Dysneo
sia, ami felt satisfied Unit those disorders were ail
connected with each other through the Nervout Sys
tem. I have had none of the Dyspepsia whatever
since tlte application of your Rings, &c ; nothing
worth mentioning of the Bronchitis, (for 1 have been
enabled to resume ttie discharge of* my pastoral du
ties of preaching and visiting, Sic., much to the sur
prise of my congregation,) and hive had but a single
twinge or two ot the Rheumatism, I tiave enjoyed
so far, more per'ect exemntion from those maladies
distressing as they are, than it lias been my lot to en
joy for y ars. I cannot be too grateful to God, who
in hi.-< Providence directed to you. f ennnot siy with
certainly when I shall be in New York again, but
•liall certainly take the earliest opportunity of call
ing on you.
" I he immediate design of this letter is to procure
tome of Ihe same kind of assistance for two of tny
leople. Many of my congregation are affected witii
lervoitK disorders, and should my cure be permanent
nany will be led to apply to you. I have the largest
country charge in the State, and my cure has elcctii
iei them (so to speak) entirely."
***** * e
(A detail of the cases alluded to follows.)
"May God's hlessing attend your efforts in these
cases, my dear Doctor, and if you atr„rd relief in
jhese cases there will be a vast number of others
who will apply. Very truly, yours,
ROBERT W. LANDI9.
M W;P n e original letter may be seen at the Agency
No. 182 Broadway. °
HIP COMPLAINT.
NKW YORK, July 21s', 1846.
This is to ceitify that for the past two years I have
been afflicted with the disease called the Hip Com
plaint, duiine which time I was attended by Doctors
Carter and Watson, of this city, without receiving
any relief. The severity of the disease was su h
that I was obliged to give up my business,and I
have often lain several days without being able to
turn in my bed. Medicine only made we worse and
I was daily getting more and inote helpless. Early
last winter I procured Doctor Christie's Galvanic
Belt, a pair of Bands and the Magnetic Fluid, and
t orn the time I commenced wearing thctn 1 began to
improve in health. lain now stronger than I ever
was previous to my sickness, and anr now so far re
covered that I can suffer any fatigue. I would al-o
state, three months alter commencing the use of the
Oalvanic Belt and Fluid, I framed ihe whole of the
limbers of a three story dwelling. I consider Dr.
Christie's Galvanic and Magnetic remedies an inval
uable blessing, and have made the ahov statement
voluntarily and as a matter of duly to the afflicted
GEORGE GAITE3,
No. 190 Cnurch St., New York.
(in- Messrs. Wells, Brownson &. Co., the celehra
:ed Xylographic Piinters, N0.56 Gold street,N. York,
,re well acquainted with Ihe case of Air. Gaites, and
lermit their names to be used for further reference.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. )
State of New York, City of New York, ss. ]
[L. S.j By this Public In
strnmem be it known to all
/MtJi JIJYv whom it doth or may in any
w'He Co!lc, :rn, That IJ A VIE 3
iß* )o. H. DILL, a Public Notary in
ftH-JPlla 'lv*HA and for the State of N. York,
by Letters Patent, under the
Gteat Seal ot the said State,
duly commissioned and sworn, dwelling in the city of
New York, do hereby certify, thai for about six yeas
last past, 1 have been greivously afflicted with an In
flammatory Chronic Rheumatic affection, at times
pervading the whole system, and putting the powers
of endurance to the most severe test, and causing a
heavy tax for medical advice and treatment and a
nucli larger tax upon my business and comfort until
[ was induced by a friend who had found relief from
lie same source, to make a trial of DR CHRISTIE'S
JALVANIC KINUS AND MAUNETIC FLUID, which I have
ised less than two months, and am now entirely
rce from pain, rigidity of cords or joint 3, and am
(Uite well.
In testimony whereof, I have subscribed my name,
lnd caused my notarial seal of office to be hereunto
iflixod, this seventh day o> July, in Ihe year of our
jord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six.
JAMEk H. DILL
Notary Publie, No. 98 Wall St., N. Y.
SEVERE INJURY TO THE SPINE.
This will certify that for a number of years past I
iave been in feehls ccalth in consequence of having
lad a severe fall in the hold of my vessel, which
grained my back and seriously injured tny spine.—
have consulted physicians and tried the Balsam of
-•ivi rwort, Sarsaparilla, and many other medicines,
"id ail to no purpose. About a month ago I procur
ed Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belt and Magnetic Fluid,
tnd I have entirely recovered. I never expected to
>c well again, and thought I would hi.vc to give up
tousling, but I now feel better than I have for a nnm
ler of years past and am in every respect an altered
icrson. Nothing would induce me to part with my
Jell if I could not procure another.
(figneil) MORRIS OSBORN.
Residr nee No. 15 Monroe St., New York and Mas
er of the Norfolk packet schr. "Mary Jane."
NERVOUS TREMORS, &c.
I hereby s* ate, that for several months I have be- a
•(instantly troubled with Nervous Tremors, affecting
tie to such a degiee that I was unable to hold apen.
I had also a dizzine s of the head, affecting me very
leverely. Using a pair of Dr Christie's Galvanic
Rings, with the Magnetic Fluid, I found almost im
media e relief, and all symptoms of my complains
nave now disappeared. I would farther state, lhat
having severely injured my left hand by lie accident
afa heavy iron boll falling on it, and causing great
swelling and torture, I applied the Fluid, and in two
days iveiy vestige of swelling and pain had disap
peared. I believe Christie's articles a real blessing
to the world. (Sigueu)
JOHN BOORHOOF,
137 Fulton Birtet, New York.
flt?- It must be remembered that these results have
been f fleeted by CHRISTIE'S Galvanic kings and
Magnetic Fluid, which are the ONLY genuine articles.
Therefore, Bsw*RE OF COUNTERFEITS, and purchase
iff the only Agency in Baltimore, S. S. DANCE,
1118 BALTIMORE STREET, and corner CHARLES
Hill PRATT-STB.
N. B. The above article? nny he sr nt to any por
tion of the United State?. A very li beral discount to
wholesale pnrc.raser* for places wheie there is no
established Agent. Aiit!re? ■
D. 0. MOORPHEAD, Agent General
se3 for the IJ. States, 18 ' Broadway, N. Y.
IX7* ITHOWI MEK' UJRY OR COP AVI A.
vv NO CURE, NO PAY. The great remedy for
secret d seises ot all finds and in cverv form and
stage is DR. ( ULI.KV-' INDIAN VEGETABLE
REMEDY,composed eniirelv of American Root:!
Travellers among the Indians well know that they
i lire venereal diseases, without even the knowledge
of Meicury or Balsam. The proprietors of this medi
cine obtain it at great cost directly from an Indian,
and f o v rfft'r to iho •< tU.ctnil an opportunity* o buiriij
cor d, avoiding ike danger of Mercury, and rhe nail
s' ous taste of Balsam. This m dicii.e is pleasant to
the taste and leaves no odor upon the breath.
Prepared solely by KOVVASD At WALTON, and sold
wholesale and r. tail by Jos. T. Rowand. 376 Market
Itre t, Philu. A so, in It himnre by .N. Robinson,
rorner of Gay and Saratoga street-; Koisloe & 1 oy,
.'8; Marsh Market Space; J <nif- ■ 5 -'-ta. !>-irv, No. 237,
Broadway, Fell's Poiul; Gordeti & Tubman, No 152,
Wi st Pratt street. ec2 v
IF* II CASKS LETTER AND CAP WRIT
NID W ING PA PEITS, v ?..*
Allies' White and Bine Ruler: .1 Plain Letters an,i
Cap?: Butler's do : King's do. do ; Owen 8i Hurlhut
do. do.; Plainer is. Smith's. liowaitl I* LuUltop's,
&c. &c., received and for rale ty
TURNER & MUD'.'R,
s: 2 No. d knmh Chalie* Street.
jjNAu.ifmA as AND WAITERS Fnt> tsall
ft A very hkely bhtok man, 33 years of age, in
serve ab.nii 8 tears, a first rale Farm hand in every
rests it. At? i. a first ra-e waiter, 17 years of age, to
setv 13 year.- -well recommended. Also, a boy, 15
years of .ge. lo -"rve 19 y ars. App'yat
BC9TTI '5 (ntelliger.ee Office,
and No. 10 Exchange Place.

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