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[Coirespondfince of tin: Baliiinoie Clippf r.] WASHINGTON, NOV. 10, 1846. The Grand Lodge of the District of Colum bia, 1. O. O. F., ui their meeting last night, elected the following numcd gentlemen officers tor the ensuing year, viz: Joseph Barrows, Grand Master, Flodoardo Howard, Deputy Grand Mister, Thomas Jewell, Grand Warden, Walter Lenox, Grand Treasurer, C. F. Lowry. Grand Secretary. W. W. Moore and Joseph Boardsley weri ! ro-olected representatives to the Grand Lodge I of the United States. The licv. S. Timlin 1 omitted to mention, yesterday, that this divine performed the fune: a I services at the burial of Col. Cross. The lam ly i of the deceased are members of this gentleman's church. llt> informed mo yesterday that he intended to visit Hagerstown in the eours'- ot, two weeks—a fact that will be gratifying to his j fnonds in that vicinity, lie is still weak Irom ; the effects of his illness, a circumstance goner-1 ally regretted. jitckaon Hull. One of the store-rooms in Blair ft Hives' new building, was yesterday rented, by auction, to Mr. Michael Cuton, for SSOO, and two cellars at jjl .'5 each, per annum. It. is the intention of this gentleman to estab lish a grocery. As he is an old tj'po, he will, of course, have "all sorts" ol an establishment. Rtlurncd froui J/rrird. I lie son ol Samuel Stcttinius, Esq., and a young man named Chancy, who went with the volunteers to Mex ico, have returned to their homes in this city The former was for some time at Cainargo, and •speaks of the extreme attention of Lieut. Boyle to him during illness as instrumental in his re covery of health. C. THE DEATH OF COM. NICHOLSON. Com. John B. Nicholson, who died at Washington, on Sunday, of an attack of apoplexy, was a printer by profession in 1804, at Richmond, Va., and entered the navy the year following, as a midshipman, on board the brig Hornet, Com. Chauncey. The Union says: He shared, in common with the senior offi cers of the navy, in ils infant struggles, and lived to participate in its renown, to which he oontrihuted in no small degree. At the cap ture of the Macedonia frigate, the late commo dore served as fourth lieutenant of the United States, and was the first lieutenant of the Pea cock, in her brilliant fight with the Epervier, and became the commander cf the prize-ship, which ho brought safely into port. After a life of great professional usefulness, and a career in which his private worth was conspicuous and acknowledged, ho goes down to the grave followed by the unaffected sorrow ofhis brother officers, and mourned by numer ous friends, whom fifty years of amicable so ciability and unwearied kindness gathered a round liirn. ILLNESS OF GOV. YOUNG, OF NEW YORK. We find the following paragraph, in rolation to the health of the G overnor elect of New York, in the Rochester Advertiser: We learn from two gentlemen who came from near Genesee yesterday, that Mr. Young was understood to be much worse, and to be confined to his room. We hope it may prove a mistake. At all events, Mr. Young's health is in a very precarious state; and we leatn from one of his consulting physicians, that in his opinion Mr. Y.'s lungs arc too much diseased to render recovery at all probable. MR. DEMPSTER IN SCOTLAND. We per ceive by the papers brought by the last steamer, that Dempster, the vocalist, was giving Con certs at Aberdeen and other places in Scotland, and with great success. The Philadelphia In quirer learns by letter that ho proposed to make a tour through that country, and then return to the United States, as his permanent place of residence. WHEAT AND INDIAN CORN. WC notice a paragraph going the rounds of the papers, says the Philadelphia Inquirer, estimating the quan tity of Indian corn grown this year in the ! great west, at £00,000,000 bushels, and the ag"! gregatc crop of wheat in the same region, at 140,000,000 bushels. These estimates are ma- 1 nifeslly erroneous. The entire crop of corn of the Union w ill not exceed the quantity stated above, while thecnliro wheat crop of the Uni ted States will not exceed 120.000,000 liush- THE STORM AT NORFOLK. The stoamcr J JWCSS, which was anchored at Norfolk for sev eral days, arrived here yesterday morning.— Tue lieacon states that the storm in that vicin ity was very severe, and from the extreme vio lence of the g lie, serious disaster to shipping was eppreheuded. The tide, although unusu ally high, was not so high and full as was that of the 3d of March last, by which so much pro perty was destroyed, by from eighteen inches to two feet. All that portion of the city, im mediately in the vicinity of the water was com pletely inundated, doing considerable damage. Timely precaution, however, had been taken to remove the goods. GOOD IN EVERYTHING. This long ppoll of rainy weather, howevertt npleasant to us, gives life to the farmers. Thousands of acres o''win ter grain, given up as lost, because the dry weather prevented its attaining root enough tc stand the winter, may now bo seen growing vigorously and healthy in every direction. A CONTEMPLATED ATTACK ON ALVARADO. The Philadelphia Inquirer has been favored with the ful!inving extract of a letter, dated U. S. frigate Rurilan, off Vera Cruz, Oct. 9th:— "It is the intention of Commodore Connor to attack the fortification at the mouth of lite Al varado river, about 26 miles from our present anahorage, in the course of a lew days. This may be relied upon, as the boats, ofKcors, and men are all selected, and are ready at a mo ment's warning. The foit mounts 24 pieces of from 18 to 24 pounders. The water is so shoal in the neighborhood, that we cannot get within attacking distance with our large ves sels, and hence tve are compelled to havo re course to boats. Warm work may be expect" ed." THEATRICAL. The premium paid lor ike choice of boxes at the Boston theatre last Fri day night, en the occasion of Mrs. Kean's ben efit, was nearly S3OOO. HON. GEO. BANCROFT. The report of the arrival of this gentleman in England was pre mature. Ho went out in the Great Western, aud slie bad not arrived at Liverpool. WHOLESALE INDICTMENTS. The St. Louis J Republican of the 2d inst. learris frenr Edward- j villo, Madison county, Illinois, that the Grand j Jury, at the present session of the Court, have i . found true hills lor murder against about thirty j i persons in that comity, charged with being i J concercd in the murder of James Duncan—of j which wu gave an account at the time of the j occurrence. The jury was still employed in r the investigation of this matter. AFFAIRS AT NAUVOO. A letter from Nau- j voo, dated on the 2Sth ult., states that Gov- I Ford had arrived there with about 200 men and j two pieces of artillery. Gov. F. had an inter- ! view with Gen. Brockmnn, the leader of the j anti-Mormons stationed llieru, who gave his Excellency to understand that lie folt justified in all Ins proceedings, and was fully prepared j to do the same again, he put the Governor at i i defiance, and told linn the "bo 3's were on hand" at any lime and at any hour. FIRE AT CUMBERLAND. A house belonging j to Edward Armstrong, Esq., of Baltimore, was consumed at Cumberland on Saturday night. GREAT SPIED. The voyage from N. Yoilt j to Halifax and back has been madu in the un precedented travelling lime of 1 days and 7 ; hours. Distance 1272. INCREASE OF WILMINGTON. The number of i houses erected in this city before the close of the present year will exceed 300; at five persons to each house, it wili make the increase in pop- : ulation 1 500! Houses are mostly rented before they are finished. LIBERALITY. J. P. Williston, Esq., of I Northampton, has mado a donation of one thou > sand dollars to "Knox College," situated in ' Galesburgli, Knox county, 111. This institu | tion is one of those aided by the Society for > I promoting Collegiate and Theological educa lion in the West. HON. J. M. CLAYTON. This gentleman de-1 ; livered an eloquent speech to the whigs at Wil : mington, Del., on Monday evening. MASSACHUSETTS ELECTION. The whigs, wo presume, have carried their Governor, Lieut. Governor, most if not all the Congressmen, and large majorities in both branches of the legis- ! lature, which secures the return of Mr. Web i stcr to the U. S. Senate for six years more after i the 4th of March next. 15y the Patriot's tele- 1 graph report, we learn that in the city of Bes- ; ton, Mr. Wiuthrop, whig, is re-elected to Con- j gress by a majority of 2,0-29, although strongly opposed for voting money and supplies to carry on the Mexican war. In the 9lh district, Hale, whig, is elected. Hon. J. Q. Adams, is of course elected. The legislature, so far, stands 89 whigs, G democrats, and 2 abolitionists. IHE MUTINEERS OF THE BARQUE STAFFORD, J This case was tried at Norfolk, and on Satur- 1 day tho Jury found the parties guilty with a j , recommendation to the clemency of the Court, j ! Uistrictof Columbia Advertisement*, j 1 STILL IN THE MARKET! I*4- AXIIJBUMN desires to inform tiis ! SL • friends and the public generally, that lie ! I lias Removed bis Furniture Store io the HAST SIDE j : OF SLY HN'J'll STREET, immediately opposite to ' Messrs. Gales & Sealou's Printing Office, where he has three large Rooms, besides a large Cellar; there fore he will he able, at all times, to keep a goop sup- j ply of new and second hand HOUSEHOLD FUlt- I NTT I Hi E, such as Nidi-hoards, Bureaus, Sofas, Fea- j titer Beds, Bedsteads, Ma.trasses, hair and shuck,as j well as nearly every important ariicle in this line. | „ Me has on hand at this time a considerable lot oi l FEATHER BEDS and about sixty STOVES, and I being determined to sell goods low for ca*h or nego tiable pOj or, lie feels assured that persons who need ! r . aoods of this kind will find it to their interest to give ! him a call belore lliev purchase elsewhere. odfcS-lf | ( ANPEHIE(ICK INHUMES SUCCESS.-I . iB A DR. DOW has probably had more practice and • experience in '-uring diseases of a private natuie i ; than generally falls to the lot of nay one physician; ij and within lire last four years, he has no doubt cur- d ™ more of those difficult cases of private disi ase, such ' a ' require practical experience, than all the phvsi- < finis in Baltimore. The reason is that he applies | / himself to the duties of his profession with untiring' ■i al and industry in the investigation of the disorders | > to which lie has confined his whole audition, and ' has by thiss means discovered that tlie old fashioned mode of doctoring symptoms only, does noi succeed so well a< his plan of attacking the disease first—ex I tingttish that, and attend'to tho symptoms as may best suit the ease. His medicines are free from any nauseous drug, and are easy to he taken, without in leife.-ing with tin avocations of the patient. TO SEAMEN AND OTHERS. Dr. Dow woulil say that his medicines are free from mercury and all other poisonous drugs; tin y are put up in a small ana compact form, and can lie ta ken without fear of exposure or hindrance from bus ieess, and except in ease of violent inli unmaiioii, no change of diet it necessary. For further particulars please call at hi? Office, NO. 48 SECOND STREET, where nineteen-twentieths of all afflicted with Pri vate Diseases in this city make immediate applica tion, and therefore always receive speedy and per manent cure.s. Dr. Dow need say nothing as to hi? success, but metely advices the afflicted who are not acquainted with him, to observe that he has had an extensive practice for the last eight years, and during that time he has made such improvements in the healing art, thai lie can safely guarantee a perfect cure in all old Chronic cases, such as have baffled the skill of some most eminent physicians. N. li. No pay without a cure, and the ponr liber ally considered. Office hours fiom b A. M. to 8 p. M . n9 if TWICE A DAY BY HAIL, IttMD, AT i) O'CLCK, A.M., AND 3 O'CLOCK, V 1/ PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. FIRST TRAIN. The MORNING PASSEN GER TRAIN, carrying the U. S. %Inil,<ArugA _ in six hours! leaves the Depot, /fiSrKk. r*\ !Tfi I'riitt street, nt rikb o'clock, IJgmt mML KVKKv MORNl.vr.;, (except "t32a£S! fSS2SE3*undays,) arrivinsat I'liila.l. I [iliia by U o'clock, I'. M. SECOND TRAIN.—AIso through lu six hoars— leaves tlx- Depot Pratt street, PAIEV, except Sun days, at 3o'clock, P. M., unit ing in Philadelphia, by 9 o'clock. gtjp-ON SUNDAYS, there will he only one Train, which will leave Pratt street Depot at 8 o'clock, P. M., carrying the IT. 8, Mail. RETURNING; the Lint s leave 11th and Mar ket streets, Philadelphia, respectively—daily, (ex cept Sundays) at 8 o'clock, A. M 10o'clock,P. M. —and on Sundays only at 10 o'clock, P.M. *.*Fure by any of the Trains, THREE DOLLARS. ap2-d A. CRAWFORD, Ageui CITIZ JfiNJi' UNION LANK TO I'll SL A - DELPHIA. VIA FRENOHTOWN AND NEW-CASTLE. TdHIS well known Line lias cnminenccil running . for the season, leaving Bowlv s wharf, (foot of IW South street,) DAILY, (exceplSun jlkuU**' days) at 8 o'clock, P. M. F.-trr-TThtciitt _ The splendid Steamers composing hi/. Line are, the GEO. WASHINGTON, Cr.pt. TRIPPE, CONSTITUTION, Capt. F'EARCB. ROBERT MORRIS, Cap?. DOCOLASS. OHIO, Capt. DAVIS. Para through, THREE DOLLARS—Supper provi ded on hoariL A. CRWPORD, Agt:i:t. (HT-Passengers landed and taken off at Ford's Lan ding. RETURNING—Tnis Line le.-rrs Dock st. whprf, Philadelphia, daily, except Sundr,yr, at 6 o'clock, P. "• A CRAWFORD, bp2 d Agent. SKATES. Just received Fe,- ship Mariar.aa and An sal b.w by FREDERICK FJCKEY & SONS, 29U BaHuaore street, IT NEVER. KAILS!! DR. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA. "R JjKKSQNS alllicted with Scrofula, Kings' Evil, SI Cancer, Erysipelas, Old Sores, Ulcers, Tetter, Mercurial Diseases, or any other complaints arising from impurities of the Blood, are requested to read the following testimonials, in proof of lite wondeiful properties of the above named medicine HEAD I READ!! READ!!! We, the undersigned, having visiied Mr. Isaac Brooks,.lr at the office ot Messrs. Kowand & Wal ton, 376 Market street, Philadelphia, consider his (aie the most remarkable one we have ever witness ed or heard of. His disease was SCROFULA, and tetrible must have been his twelve years'conflict with the destroyer! His PALATE, the ENTIRE ROOF of his MOUTH, his NOSE, UPPER LIP, ana lower lid of the RIGHT EYE have been destroyed, his FACE nearly eaten tip, and part of the JAW BONE carried away. And yet we can give no description of his case* Mr. I!, informs us iliat in January last, the whole I interior of Ills innulh, as well as most of Iris face, | was a in iss of deep and painful ulcers! On the Mih of January lust, he commenced taking | Dr.f'ULLUN'SINDIAN VEGETABLE PANACEA, which checked the disease in a few days,and from I that time the cure has progressed without intermis sion. New flesh has supplied thi place ofthe deep ulcers, and though > adly disdained, his face is sound, and iris genera! health Is restored. We arc assured that in Hi" treatment of Mr. Brooks' i a-—, no MERCURIALS, Ointments, or CAOSTIO ap plications have been used, —in fact, Hie PANACEA ALONE has wrought tins wouderfitl change* David Smith, Bucks co, Pennsylvania; Charles L Rowand, M adville, Crawford en. Pennsylvania; .1 : W Jones, M D South Seeond-st, Philadelphia; Jacob Lee, Peiulierton, N Jersey; E W Carr, 416 N Fourth, ' above Poplar-st, N Liberties; S McUullough, Lancas ter, Pennsylvania; R M Maildock, URN Eleventh-st, Philadelphia; (' W Ajipb toil, M I) 46 Soulh-st do; ! Timothy Caldwell, Marion co, Missouri; Daniel Yea kel. Chestnut Hill. Philadelphia co, Pit; John Darned, 390 High-si. Philadelphia; William Steelline, M li i Camden, New Jersey; William Hale, 378 lliglit-st, Philadelphia; J II Potter, Manufacturer of Mineral i Teeth, lO9S Niuth-st f'hila; L A Wollenwcber. Ed I'ltila Democrat, 227 N 3d st, do; Geo W Metz, Brush maker, 317 Market st do; Ezra Carr, 159 Chestnut-st \ do; A I) Gillette, Pastor of Eleventh Baptist Church, Phila; John Bell, Erie st, I'ltila, (North American of fice;) Aaron Sands, 164 Untharine-st, Philadelphia; Danit I McQinley, Kessler's Alley,do; Andrew Swea • ion, Camden, New Jersey; R II Evans, West Phila; Itichard R Young, Gilder, 409 Maikel-st, Phila; John i W Aslunead, 60 South Sixth-st, do; T S Wagner, Lithographer, IIC Oheßnut-st, do; It.lKensil 123 S Eleventh st, do; Peter Sken Smith, Editor Native | Eagle, do; Joel Bodine, Glass manufacturer, Wil ! liamstown, N Jersey; William Steely, Farmington, i Van Bttren en, Iowa; L 11 Coles, M B Boston, Mass; Knssel t.'anfi Id, Physiologist, Phila; Thomas P S Rnhv. V I) Hnirishurg, Pa; Peter Wright, 259 Market i st, Phila; James W Newlin. 103 Filbert-st, do; John j Good, 174 S|iruce-sl, do; William Urie, Pastor St. Paul's M E ('it Catltarine-st, do; John Chambers, Pas | tor Ist Indep Cli Broad st, do; T L Sanders, Publisher ! of Pledge and Standard, do; FP Sellers, Editor Olive I Branch, Doylestown. Bucks co. Pa; John Coates, Printer, 11th and Market-st, Phila; Jacob Freik, Edi -1 itor American Sentinel, do: CGuilou, Counsellor, 39 S 4th st, do; L A God"y, Publisher of the Lady's i Book, do; D S Keifer, Editor American Republican, Lancaster, Pa; H C Foncnsrnith, Emporium of Health, dot A Wilson, M D No 8 Cedar Row, Phila; Levi I Brick, New York; J B Atkinson, Camden, N Jersey. The above named gentlemen, (constituting but a : small sorlion of those who have visited Mr. Brooks at ; our office in Philadelphia, and would certify to Hie ! same facts if necessary) are well known, and their I high standing in society precludes the idea of their j lending their names to carry on an imposition. | As additional testimony in proof jf the extraordina | ry curative powers of our Panacea, we give a lew r.f j lite manj certificates in our possession, the truth of | which can be testified by writing to the individuals, ! who, (with the exception of Mr. Maxwell, who is in New York) may be found where they resided when j the certificates were given. j And here we say, without the fear ofcontradiction, I that we have not found a case of Scrofula or other disease for which we recommend the Panacea which the medicine has no; speedily arrested. We have at this time a multitude of patients under treatment, all of whom are doing well. Among them is one of CANCER, which was pronounced by phys icians beyond the reach oj Surgical assistance, but from all appearances will he cured in a ft w months. Sold wholesale and retail by the proprietors, ROW ANO & WALTON, 3711 Market-st, Phila. Also, in Baltimore by N.N. Robinson, corner of Gay and Sar- j atoga streets; Kin-loe It Toy, 28J Marsh Market Space; Janus Stansbury, No, 237 Broadway, Fell's Point; Gordon & Tulimau, No. 152, West Pratt st. j self CORNS—CORNS—CORNS. fafTa DR. I. ZACHARIAII, JR., K] Respectfully informs the ladies and gen fif tlemen of Baltimore, that he is now pcr y. A | maneatly located in this city, and is pre pared to CURE IIAIU) or if SOFT CORNS, Bunions, I * Club Nails, Nails yenetrat t'-' : Vtilhili i yjßfrW ,fie Mesh, or Calloses ol any kind on the feel, in five " %-ar.,isSwJllEgs?* minutes, without lite least PAIN or BLOOD, in a manner that they will NEVER RETURN. Or. Z. will attend on ladies or gentlemen at their residences, if required,by leaving orders at his resi dence. Or. r. ZACHARIAH. Jr., Surgeon Chiropedist, No. lit Lexington st., above Liberty street, Baltimore, Md. iJiy-Families attended by the. year. je4 dfim A TFT- ID GLOVES. .3! or kvirt nonocß, ||fKs\ BLOND LACE,KID& SATIN SHOES, Ac CLEANSED j|fPY s0 AS TO LOOK EQUAI.TO NEW. All articles maybe obtained FOUR DAYS from the irne left, unless otherwise ordered. The following are he only Agents i n this city for the above establishment: ELLIS & NlCOLAl,B9Ballimore-st., nearly opposite Holliday-st. P. A. NICICERSON'S Dry Goods Store, No. 52 North Howard street. L. HAMMERS LOUGH, 59 N. Howard-st. ja!3 JAMES M. HAIG, N0.1*21 Baltimore street, BOOT ANI) SHOE FACTORY. aw* The subscriber would respectfully fib J inform his friends niid the public k il jL^cenerally,that lie is continuing the SHtt Ml I0D(8BOOT and SHOE Easiness at No a> 31 SOUTH GAY STRERT, oppo sjte t | lf , Exchange, third door from Second st.. Baltimore, where he intends to manufac ture BOOTS, GAITHER BOOTS and SHOES, o. every description, in the most fashionable and ap proved styles, of the best workmanship and material, warranted to wear and lit equal to any in this or any other city in the Union. He would also embrace this opportunity of returning thanks to his numetous cus tomers and friends for their liberal and kind patron ago, and respectfully solicits a continuance of the sattte. Prices as follows: Jlrcss BOOTS, stitched, $5.00 do do pegged, 3.50 Doublesole lined waterproof Boots, stitched,6.oo do do do do pegged, 4.00 Cork sole BOOTS, pegged, 5.50 (pgt-AII orders filled at the shortest notice, whole sale and retail. seii-tf SAM GET. J. HANDY. GOOD NEWS! GOOD NEW S' : FROM THE LADIES' FASHIONABLE SHOE EMPORIUM I „s§Eivr2 The subscribers have prepared, . a fine assortment of beautiful and* Brilu ßt fashionable SHOES and GAITERS, suitable for the fall and winter, which they would like lite Ladies to call anil examine, and can be sold at the followiii" prices: Gaituts $2; Half Gaiters, thick sole. $1,02; Morocco half Hoots do. $1.25; Morocco Jetf, isons, do. $1.12; Seal Skin Half Boots, $1.12; Seal Skin Jeffersons, $1; Misses half Boots, thick sole, 75 cents; children's Boots and Shoes, 5(1 cents. Q&- The above wot k is prepared in the neatest and most fashionable style, with every care for its dura bility. FANCY SHOES and BOOTS, for BALLS WEDDINGS and PARTIES, made at the shortest notice. ELLIS Sv NICOLA!, n27-tf No. SO Balliniore-st. FOR ANNAPOLIS. WEST RIVER, WVK I LANDING, ST. MICHAEL'S AND EASTON VIA MILES RIVER FERRY. ja ap<v. The Steamer OSIRIS, Capt. J, D. linrit/*lnhir T ""'"'' wi " leave Patterson street 'wfsakiHßrat.wharf, on MONDAY MORNING, the 01st September, at 7 o'clock, for the above places, and return nexl day, leaving Miles River Fetry everv Tuesday Morning, at 7 o'clock, St. Michael's 7j, Wye BS, and West River Hi, for Annapolis and Bal timore. For Centreville and Cheslertown, every WEDNES DAY MORNING, at 9 o'clock, and return next day. Laving Cheslertown every Thursday Morning, at 9 o'clock, for Corsica and Baltimore. A! 7 o'eock every Saturday Mottling, for Centre ville and Cheslertown, and return same day All baggage at the risk of the owners. s!9 if SU PERIOR MINERAL WATER. Thii delightful and refreshing beverage can now he furnished by the subsctiber equal, if not superior to any in the city, with a gteat variety of Syrups, a- < mong which are, Cream, Vanilla, Orange J Orgeat i Ac. N.C. I Also,fresh Pavillionand Congress Spring WATER. For sale by CHARLES B. BARRY, 1 bpCS-d No, DJSJJalUmwst, TO MASTERS OF VESSELS AND THE PUBLIC AT LARGE. | BALTIMORE, Oct. 23d, 1846. fff?-I hereby recommend Mr ROBERT DELA NEY'S Indian Vegetable BITTERS, PANACEA, and Rheumatic External SOLUTION, having prov ed its great efficacy—being a speedy remedy for ' Cramp Oholics, Dysenteries, Bilious Attacks, and arrest the Yellow Fever also. A seaman declared to me that lie was cured of the ydlow fever in 24 j hours, hy one bottle of his No. I. In justice and for public good, I sign in behalf of myself and passen- j gers, Cant. WM. ROBERTSON, No. 59 Thames St., just ftom Mobile. [ (Witness present,) Signed, NICHOLAS BREWRIt, Md. j IMPORTANT CARD. TO HEADS OF FAMILIES AND DELICATE FEMALES, having the Womb Disease, Cough, first ■ stages of Consumption. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia,! habitual Cosliveness, Piles, Impurities of the Blood. I Worms, Head ache. Females treated for Dropsy, have been relieved of I huge worms and restoted to In tilth hy one bottle of No 1. To remove delicacy, Mrs. Delaney will re- , ceive personally sealed noies, and in return will give ! a statement guarantied, endotsed with satisfactory! certificates and references. DESTRUCTION OF WORMS GUARANTIED, OR MONEY REFUNDED. MR. DBLANSY, Sir: For the last twenty years I I have been subject to the passing small worms, and \ troubled with the cliolie, and having applied to all Hie j Professors in the United States, and kept in my office | an easy elastic absorbing chair, I obtained tin relief j until I'tiied Mr. Delaney's No. 1. lam new perfect ly restored to heal tit. Signed, H. D. TYINGS, A. A. O. Md. Witnesses, D. UANt 'N, Market Space, Mr. BHBPPARD, Clt rk B. Ik O. R. K. N 11. The same public certificate of the press from P. NOWLAND, Cumbetland, Md., relieved of swelled dropsical stomach—pass 1 pint of heavy worms. The undersigned recommend Mr Delaney's 1. V. 11. as the great Worm Destroyer and Blood Purifier. Our children have not only been relieved of Worms, Spusn s and Scurvy,but we may ray restored to life, when nil other remedies have failed, in five days ! one 50 cent bottle will cure six childten. Signed: P. Youce, Collector, Eden St.; John Morrow, Boot and Shoe Store, W. Pratt St.; T. Butke, Sup't Fort Mon roe, Annapolis, Md.; Wni. Murray, Boot and Shoe | Store, Market Space; Win. Lcburn, Old Town. A CUKE OF AGUE, SPLEEN OR PLUERISY AND RHEUMATIC*, GUARANTIED by Mr. HE LANEY'SNo. 1. Price $1 per pint bottle. I hereby lecommend Mr. Robert Delaney's Indian Vegetable No. 1 and Panacea, to persons having the Ague—my mother, brother and myself having been perfectly cured by the same. Whole cost $4. After getting it we took one wine glassful of his No. 1 bot tle every hour, forsix hours, arid after reduced it to one every four hours during the day, and have had no ague since. lean also testify as to my neighbors having been cured by the same, when all Pills and Powders have failed. This has been lite worst ague season for some years. Signed, HORATE LBSBY. Lower Patapseo Bridge, A. A. county, Md Baltimore, Oct. 21st, 18*6. We hereby certify that we have been cured of the Ague, in three days by the use of Mr. Uelaney's No. 1. Signed—lsaac Baggs, Centreville; ('apt. J. Tur ner and C. Colt Richmond; Byrnes J Carter, Severn River; L. Rcnnett, saddler, west Pratt st. QQ-l further guarantee an important certificate for every day in the year. See Note Book guarantied. | REFERENCES:—UoI. N Brewer, Magistrate; Messrs. ! Qrndorff & Co.; Mills &. Co., Flour Merchants, West Baltimore s:reel; T. Stewart, Cattle Scales; M. Kee i nan, Hotel, South street; F. C. Holland, Esq., Gay | st.; James Girvan, Esq., Shipping Merchant, Smith's i L)ock. I His Salve effects cures in King's Evil andold Sores, from any cause—rusty nail or poison. (See Baltimore j AmericanJ ROBERTDELANEY. Blood Purifier and Worm Destroyer, Indian Vege s table Depot, No. 32 Lombard street, near Frederick, i Baltimore; or J. FITZGERALD, Agent, Washing i ton, D. C. i OQh-GRATITUDE. I wish it made public that, my j wi'e has been ill for the last twelve months with pal | pitation of the heart and fainting spells. Having ap plied to three of the most eminent physicians in the city, without relief, I was induced by a friend to get two bott'es of TONIC and PANACEA from RO BERT DELANEY, Indian Vegetable Depot, 32 Lom ! hard str. et, Baltimore, Md., which has perfectly re J.stored her. WM. SMITH, Indian Queen Hotel, Fourth st., Tltila. Nature and Nature's laws laid hid at night, God said,let Nature he,and all's right. I Signed by a lady of first talent, on the womb dis j ease, to R." DELANEY. 024 lm* DR. DOW IS CONSULTED CONFIDEN TIALLY from BA. M. till BP. M.,at his office, I AO. 48 SECOND STREET, BALTIMORE. ' MEDICAL ADVICE —As it is always important to | obtain the services of an experienced and skilful ' physician, call on the celebrated Dr. Dow.— Medieal ! and Surgical Journal. Dr. DOW'S justly celebrated ANTI-VENEREAL 1 REMEDIES have for many jears past been consid ered the only safe and certain cure for all Venereal, ; Metcurial arid Scrofulous affections; such as ulcers I in the mouth, throat and nose, swelling of theglands, nodes or hard and painful Tumours on the hones, ] eruptions on the body, ai d all other secondary and tertiary symptoms of disease, are speedilv removed , by Dr. HOW'S IMPROVED COURSE OF TREAT MENT. Ever since the days of Hippocrates, medi | cai men have been anxiously seeking an infallible 1 cure for a certain class of diseases. The Greek j physicians made some progress in preventing but i none in curing tliem. Most of their medicines being ' of a cbustic arid irritating nature, the "delicate and j sensitive" suffered nearly as much from the apparent j remedy as from the disease itself. Still their ixpeti j meiils went on, and the hopes and wishes of the most j zealous coufident'y txpeeteri that ut the close of I their labors some lucky accident would discover a | positive remedy, which genius and their chemical philosophy, however, failed to accomplish. To those suffering under tin: effects of Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, i Gleel, Sirictute, Seminal Weakm ss, Intpo cncy, Af I fectious of the Urinary Oigans, Genital and Nervous • Or bility, Mercurial Disease, or any complaints, for I i the cure of which Dr. D is so celebrated, it is pro-1 per to announce that this important and long looked j for d -siderutum in medical science is now tully lie- j monstrated, and (in successful operation) has been j satisfactorily evidenced by an unexampled arid ex | tensive practice during the last eight years under his i own immediate superintendance. Medical men may possibly doubt the existence of such a discovery, and exhaust their argumt illative powers under the ban- j i tiers of modern chemistry, and arrive at conclusions j appatently saf sfuctory. But it is ever to be remem : I beted, that theory is one thipg, and facts, resulting I from well tried experience, another. Dr. D trusts : that no one claiming to sympathise with his suffering | patients will yield to professional piejudices until lie I 'lias tested these acquirements by incontroverlible! ! proof. The unfortunate, either at a distance or who I | may reside in this city, may confidentially consult! j Dr. DOW perseually or by letter, if desirable, de- j I scribing their eases from the commencement, givir.g , j the leading symptoms which characterize their dis I ease, the remedies used,state of the constitution and | condition of general health, &c., and immediate at-! \ tcntion will he given to all such applications, if post ! paid and accompanied with a reasonable fee for ad | vice and medicines—which correspondents may rest j assured will be faithfully answered, and that secrecy will in ail cases be strictly observed. ! TO LADIES whose health lias become impaired | from the want of a healthy and natural action in cer j tain organs, where* v the usual secretions are choked, the Doctor would recommend his celebrated RENOVATING CORDIAL. It is a perfect cure in all such eases. CHARGES LOIV. N. B.—A CURE warranted in all cases, or NO i BAY. j QQ* Recollect, No. 48 SECOND STREET, be tween South and Guy streets. o9 tf R FREDERICK'S • PATENT CORPSE PRESERVER! i tended is to perfectly pre l" } serve corpses from decay for any desirable length of time, without being any wise offensive to delicacy, or unseemly in appear ance. The value of such an invention cannot he es timated but by those tender feelings which long for the preservation of a departed friend, and among the many who have been compelled to use it, a general and pleasing satisfaction has been given, for nnnccan speak too highly of such a needy and important in vention. Benevolent institutions and others, who wish to delay funerals until the arrival oi mstant re latives, or make all suitable preparations for inter ment, would do well to apply imtnmedialeiy after death, as its great practical value has been demon strated beyond doubt in the hottest weather we have had this season. Undertakers generally of Baltimore can obtain rights or agencies on reasonable terms. References can be given, if required, bv applying to R. FREDERICK, No 177 North Gay St., General: 1 Undertaker and Furnisher of Funerals. Applications will be received for Agencies or sales of Fatcm-rights for (lie following Stales, or any por tion (hereof : New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecti cut, Now Jcrs y, Pennsylvana, Tennessee, Alabama, Wisconsin, Maryland, North Carolina, Mississippi, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Florida, ami lowa. .iy-33-lf NO LONGER 3 1 BITT CHANGED TO 38. WJ- The public arc respectfully informed that by the ordinance of the city, regulating the numbering of the houses, the subscriber's number has been changed from 20 to 38, of which his customers and strangers will please take notice. The Proprietor of the celebrated VEGETABLE BITTERS and COUGH DROPS, would take the pre sent occasion to call the attention of strangers visiting till- city, and others, to the superior qualities of the above medicines for the cure of Dyspepsia, Bowel complaints, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Rheuma tism, Colds, Coughs, Consumption, and many other complaints to which we arc liable. In addition to the many certificates published in the papers of the day, he lias in iiis possession a number from most respecta ble individuals, ail testifying to the virtues of these medicines, and which can be seen at his store. The subscriber also takes this opportunity to return his grateful thanks to a discerning public, who have extended to his medicines such a liberal support since their introduction into this city; and lie is happy in the belief that they have been productive of much good wherever used. As he is the sole proprietor and manufacturer, he would caution the public against any attempts that may be made to impose upon them a spurious article. Every bottle of his medicine is scaled and stamped with his name on the top of the cork, also a fac siiuilic of his naineon the label on tin: side of the bottle. None other arc genuine; therefore be not deceived. llis ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS are acknowledged to he a most excellent remedy for billious complaints. They are extensively used, aml pronounced one of the best family medicines now before the public. in addition to the above he has many other MEDI CINAL PREPARATIONS, of his own manufacture, together with a great variety of PERFUMERY, cata logues of which can lie seen at liis store, and which he warrants to be equal to any in the. city. LOUIS GOULEY, No. 38 Baltimore street, Between Frederick anil Harrison streets, And near Centre Market. N.B. Remember the No., 38, as the genuinear<i cles are for sale at no other place in Baltimore. al2 ■BFLEDICAL CARD! ITB PERFECT CURE OR NO CHARGE, IN ALL FORMS OF SECRET DISEASE! DR. HARRIS' OFFICE, LOCK INFIRMARY, NO. 15 E. PRATT STREET, between President St. and the Bridge. Disease driven out instead of being turn ed in upon llic constitution. Who will risk health and life by taking a specific or compound, administer ed to ail alike, without regard to constitution, symp toms or stage of disease, when, for the same money, tliey can obtain the advice and treatment of a skillful | and expciieticed Physician ? 1)11. HARRIS, a distinguished graduate of Cam ' bridge, united wilh an eminent practitiom r fiom New Oilcans, is well known to the citizens of Baltimore as a skilful and experienced Physician. He makes no promises he cannot fulfil. His charges are mode rate. Where a cure is warranted, it is given in writ ing, so there can be no mistake! REMEMBER THIS! No Mercury, Balsam, disgusting Oils, or foeted Drugs, taints liis remedies. They are made of sweet but powerful Vegetable compounds—purifying the blood, strengthening the stomach, anil forcing disease.out instead of throwing it into the system to break out afterwards with renewed virulence. Syphilis, Go norrhoea, Gleets, Stricture, Seminal weakness, In voluntary Emissions, Swelled Glands, or any inflam mation of the members, with affections of the kid neys or bladder, treated with prompt skill and specdi- I" cured. GRAVEL AND PILES. Those painful and dan porous diseases Dr. 11. pledges his reputation to ef fectually cure in a few days without surgical opera tion or hindrance from business. Persons at a dis tance may consult Dr. 11. by letter (post paid) and be cured at home. Medicines forwarded with dispatch. Honorable confidence observed in all cases. Advice gratis. Office arranged with private Rooms. Open from 6 in the moining till II o'clock at night. N.B. Observe the signs upon the window and the door. jy3l-tf ST it ANGERS' GUIDE! MEDICAL NOTICE. As so much imposition and quacktry is piactised upon those unacquainted in a large city, all should know where, under affliction, they may be able to consult a regular Physician, and one who has devot ed the most of his life to the study and cure of Vene ral or Private Diseases. DR. HARRIS' MEDICAL OFFICE, Lock Infirmary, No. 15 East Pratt-st., seven.doors from the Bridge, Sign on Window and Door. Dr. HARRIS is well kriown to the citizens of Bal inore, and a Graduate of Cambridge, lie is associated with an eminent practitioner from New Orlei ns.— Thus persons will be certain to find one of them al ways in the Office. Their long experience enables them to have Medicines always prepared and put up for different Private Diseases —so that any one leaving the city by calling at the Office would meet no deten tion. The Medicines produce no sickness, norrequire low diet and hindrance from business. Ten years proof of their virtue before the public have given them a higher standing than any others in the city Dr. H. warrants a perfect cure or makes no charge. All weakness of the organs speedily removed, and lull vigor restored. Gravel, Piles, Fever and Ague, Dropsy, Asthma,and all Chronic Complaints promply treated, and soon relieved. Dr. 11. may be consulted by letter (post paid) and treatment rendered. Tcims always moderate. Office with several pri vate rooms, open from B in the morning to 11 at night. N. B. All coityilaints in females skillfully treated By Dr. H. rtbscrve—No MtJrcury, Bblsam or disgust inp mixture arc used by Dr 11. jy3l ll DOLbAKSREWARD. DOCTOR a V STORM'SBPECIFIC COMPOUND, for the cure of Gonoirhtea, Gleets, Sliictures, Diabets. &c. &c.,aud all other unnatural discharges from the uretliaof either sex. In no case has this medicine been known to fall, to effect a permament cure, one too, in the shortest pos sible time. Should this medicine fail to effect a cure, where it has been taken according to directi >us, re turn the empty vial and get back the money. Why then spend both time and money with sued quack nos trums as cannot be depended upon; when, for §1 you can purchase a pleasant,safe, and speedy cute, com posed solely of vegetable substance? One hundred dollars will be paid to anyone who will produce a medicine to equal ibis compound, or who will prove that it contains any mineral substance whatever. N. 11. This medicine can be had of James P. Wil liamson, cor. High and Gay-sts. (O. T.)j Jos. Saw yer, cor. of Paea and Pratt-sts; and of E. Y. Forney, cor. of Clay and Eulaw-sts. In Washington—of C. Scott, corner of 7th-st. ami Pennsylvania Avenue; Robert Patterson, corner of 9th-st. and Pennsylvania Avenue. • ja!7 BALTIMORE LOCK INFIRMARY, No. 15 E. PRATT STREET, seven doois east of the Bridge. The oldest Institution in Baltimore for the cure of the secret disease. DOCTOR HARRIS. (SUCCESSOR TO DR. HITZEI.BEROER,) Challenges the world to produce a cure more certain, speedy and permanent than he now offers to the afflicted. His recent extensive medical tour has put him in possession of the grand scientific secret, of not only eradicating the lurking poison of venerial venom, but of restoiing the shattered constitution to its pristine vigor. Dr. H. confidently assures the victims of venereal disease that he can, in an un paialleied short space of time, restore the patient to perfect health without resorting to the nauseous and deleterious drugs too often administered by quacks. IMPOTENCV, from whatever cause arising, and its sources are various, Dr. 11. p edges himself to re move permanently and effectually, restoring to their full vigor the virule powers. Those addicted to the soli.ary vice, or who may he suffering from former indulgence a prostration of mental and physical en ergies, would find it much to their interest in apply either by letter (post paid) or in person, to Dr. fi., iii whom they may piace the most implicit confidence, for honorable secrecy and efficient aid. Office hours IVotn 6 A. M. to 11 P. M. apM-tf WITHOTJTJIEItrrRYORCOPAVIA. j vv NO CURE, WO PAY. Tim great tentedy fot secret d senses of all kinds, and in every form and stage is I)R. CULLEN'S INDIAN VEGETABLE REMEDY,composed entirely of American Roots!— Travellers among the Indians ell know that they r urc venereal diseases, without even the knowledge of Mercury or Balsam. The proprietors of this medi cine obtain it at great cost directly from an Indian, and now offer to the afflicted an opportunity of being cur. d, avoiding the danger ofMercury, and the nau seotts taste of Balsam. This medicine is pleasant to the taste and leaves no odor upon the breath. Prepared solely by ROWAND St WALTON, and sold wholesale and retail by Jos. T. Rowand, 376 Market | street, Phila. A'so, in Baltimore by N. N. Robinson, corner of Gay and Saratoga streets; Kinsloe & 1 oy, j -BJ Marsh Market Space; James Slansbury, No. 237. I Broadway, Fell's Point; Gorden ft Tubman, No. 152.1 West Pratt street. sc2-y VEGETABLE PILLS, rjIIIE GENUINE VEGETABLEPILLS. J AN EFFECTUAL CURE FOR GONORRHOEA, GLEETS, STRICTURES, ftc. Stc. Of all the reme dies yetdiscovered fot the cure of these complaints, the Vegetable' Pills have been the nio-r effectual, as they have never been known to fail.. ffecta perma nent They are mild and p' i tit to take, yet powerful in their action, and may *>p taken without the knowledge of the most intimate friend. These Pills are put up in square boxes, with full directions accompanying each box. (?- Per sale by J. O. &N. McCormick,N. Gay-st. (0.T.); and by U. Wiseman, Liglit-st., opposita Fountain Inn. In Washington—by M. Delany, cor. 4J street and Pennsylvania Avenue, and by C. Scott, cor. 7th st. and the Avenue, Price 91 a hoi, ja!7 DOCTOR HUET, AMKMBKK OF THE MEDICAL FACFLT of PARIS, Licentiate of the Medical Faculi. of NEW ORLEANS, Registered tn the 95th foli. Also, a Graduate of the Medical Faculty of Mat; land, since the 3d of April, 1839. PROPRIETOR GF THE I; FRENCH MEDICAL HOUSE. i: 10 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, (IVesl side, TWO TREES BEFORE THE HOUSE, | Q[J- THIRTY ODD YEARS of cxpeiience Paris and America have enabled this French Itoclc to cure any form or stage of secret disease in a vci slum but reasonable time. Strangers he on )foi guard. Before you pay enormous lees, read a con plele treatise on secret diseases and destructive hab nf youths, called solilaty vice, written and soldi the French Doctor of the French Medical House, South Frederick street, west side, two trees befof the House. Price of the book 25 cents. Afflict' remember that this French Doctor makes the ORI medicine which will cure stricture without bougiv and restore impotency to prime vigor Willi strict hoi esty. Wrilien guaranty and forfeiture if desired. Term* moderate. N. B. Diplomas from the Medical Faculties ufßir tiinorc arid Paris framed in the ofiice. ; NO MERCURY OR COPAVIA. There are tv ways to treat a Secret Disease, the first so mm bousled of, is merely the temporary disappearance . the symptoms, by means of mercury or copavia, at requires but a day or two, but it is very injurious it deed; the second way is to eradicate it out of tfc system, slowly, safely and surely, without Mercui or Copavia. As the wise say, Found in a day or two, 'Tis too good to be true. i Victims of an improper tieatment, and wearii with disappointment, may confidentially apply. Pe sons wlio have injured their Health by a certain [.ra lice culled solitary vice, which tilings imjiotencv will be restored to prime vigor. This is the on' place in Baltimore where sure cure can be bad o written guaranty and forfeiture, with strict honest; and terms mod) rate. The most espectable city refer ences will he given. Advice gratis. 1 CONFESSION. I, the subscriber, publicly cor fess that I have been afflicted with a secret disens! ever since 1823; I liud thirteen eminent physician! whose names are recorded at the French Medics House; some of them abated the disease, but it a 1 ways returned worse than befote, until it carrie 1 away both sides of my throat and pierced the top q the palate. I also losl several bones of tny nose an' was almost blind of an eye, and my face was covef ed witlt an immense quantity of seabs, betwee which the skin was as red as scarlet, and i was in' deed in a most deplorable condition, so much so tin' the learned professor 8. pronounced me incurable.-' It was obvious to me, then, that a common duet) could not extricate me from the jaws of death—fi' they all follow the same o'd routine, with their tral of mercury, mixtures or pills, invented by ignorant and continued by cupidity, and do no good to any bt ! the venders. Several persons recommended Doctd HUET, of the Medical House, No. 16 SOUTH FKP DERICK STREET, as a scientific man and a rai' genius in those complaints. I went to him and li l pledged to cure me on wrilten guaranty. I did nd hesitate at all oil seeing so many likenesses of p i tients who are living evidences of the many wondeii ful cures he has performed in almost every kind c disease. Then he had my daguerreotype likened 1 taken, and I took his medicine for about a yeap which completely cured mc. He had tin nny othel likeness taken, and both are to be seen at his office' II this meets the eye of some wretched being in tin grasp of death as I was, let him fly to this praise' worthy philanthropist, whose deep knowledge of tin vital principles which animate and move the hunirn frame, are known in both hemispheres and 1 believt from my very soul (not forgetting that i am on oath' that his exquisite genius will discover as many new' and well appropriated remedies, as new diseasek mat be formed. HENRY BRUMMER. 1 Sworn before Justice Wm. McJiltein, the 30th Oc tober, 1845. Baltimore, Md, DESTRUCTIVE HABIT. How many youth spoi their health by the hateful and dangerous practice o solitary indulgence. This is very injurious to the ins dividuals, whose complexions becoming pale, an< their bodies feeble, bad digestion, their stomachs very windy, and some pains are to be felt in the stomach many times in th Inngsand elsewhere, according tt the duration of this destructive vice. I have seen.; great many youths carried to their graves befd.-' twenty-seven years of age, for not having quit it an. be relieved in time. ' > Study frequently produces this affection, since thd bead, strongly taxed, irrit tes the entire nervous sys ■' tent, although there is little propensity in nature tcf pursue this vice during sleep, dreams are ready sc? seduce the senses of the young victim, until he in * voluntarily becomes guilty of the weakness, from th< effects erf which all the skill of the medieal profes sion has much difficulty in saving him. It is this se ries of circumstances which gives rise to the came the result of which terminates in nocturnal excite-, merit. J During my residence in Paris, which lasted mor than a score of years, I had occasion to examine a great many thousands of those eases which acquaint ed me with all the peculiatities of that detestable and injurious habit which soon or late will kill the patient, or what is worse still, bring him to kill him ' self. Among the very many which I have treated and cured there, I recollect a man afl'ected with this mis erable eobrjSlaint, who on the eve of suicide came to see me; the reading of a scientific journal which I published at that lime, gave him some rays of hope, and he detailed m# his complaint as fo lowp: ' 1 am a man of tltiriy odd years old, a portrait pain-- ter by trade, and in easy circumstances, but the most miserable being in mind that ever lived, I never had > any intercourse with any being whatever but myself. From my boyhood 1 sought lonely places and induig-t ed in this v ce of nature, but scon after my digestive! organs became weak and windy, hard digestions, feebleness and above all so nervous that the least I noise made mc jump with Tearfulness, though I had no fear. You were right said he to call this complaint noc turnal, for it wss at night that I indulged the most in" that horrible practice, which debilitated me to such anf extent that I was unable to walk half a mile without e taking some rest, my parents were alarmed at the • stale of my health, called a doctor who suspected me of this practice for he turned every way to find out! the truth, 1 denied all, even the knowledge of it, but tesolved to quit it, but it was in vain for 1 resisted all , the day long, but at night the dreams came to sedtrc my senses and ruined inc. I thought if I got married i it might change the vice. Therefore sir 1 have come to the conclusion to put myseir unreseivedly under ) your care, and if you don't lit me to get married and I have a family, 1 will soon be out of this world. First thing I had to do, was to re-establish the dis- s orderly organs of digestion, Ihen to strengthen the de- bilitated organs in question, then another kind at' J medicine to break the violated habit of nature, after which the patient found himself of a more lively dis- ' position, got married and had several children before 1 left Paris. < j I will now cile another case which occurred lately ' jin my practice in Baltimore The patient presented J | inn the following certificate after bi ing cured j TO THE AFFLICTED OF THE SOLITARY ■ | VICE. I am a man of thirty years of age, and have r been addicted in my boyhood to the destructive habit 1 termed Solitary Vice; I have learned it from bad boys t j and practiced it for about ten years, but thank God 1 t | have quit it and recovered ny health and strength - once more. Soon after the commencement of this ' | abominable practice instead of grow ing strong, hear- , ty,and blooming as youths generally do, my health I impaired, my body feeble, and my digestion difficult. | It was nothing before my parents were somewhat - | alarmed and sent for a physician who pionounced j me afi'ected with a Liver Complaint—several othei doctors were called in succession, some treated me | for Consumption and others for disease of the Heart, I however they ail agreed that I bad the Dyspepsia I When about 20 years of age I became fretful, trenib- J ling at the least noise, and shunned all com. any, par | tieularly that of Females. I choosed to be alone ! though I was not company to-myself, and ihousands | and thousands of times I secretly desired that death | would come to rid nte of my miserable existence (to j say no more.) The perusing of a little treatise trane | lated from the French which fortunately fell into my j hands, instructed me on the true cause of my suffer- • j ing, I then resolved to quit tins nocturnal practice and | accordingly did so for several years, but that infernal vice did not leave me, and it committed itsriepreda i tions in my sleep—while in this precar ous situation I saw a treatise on this disease advertised in the Sun. I bought it and found that it explained my disease so minutely that 1 resolved to put myself unreservedly under the care of its author—l did not hesitate much for he showed me several unfortunate beings who | had spoiled their health a3 I did, among whom was a young physician, and they all indeed spoke so highly of the skill, ability and experience o 1 Ibis truly learn ed physician, that I cannot but join with them in re commending him particularly in this complaint, for I positivtly certify, that he perfectly restored rne in every respect, for at this present time I weigh forty two pounds and three quarters more than I did two i years ago, and I sincerely thank the Almighty for hav ing thrown me in the way of this good man. BENEDICTG, H.GREEN, State of Maryland, Baltimore, city to wit: , Be it remembered, that on tin's'3d day of January 1845, liefore me, the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace of said Siate in and for the eily aforesaid, personalis appeared Benedict G. H. Green, and made oath on tuja-' Holy Evangel}' ol Almighty God ihe matters andfa/ls set lorth 111 the above annexed certificate are just and true as stated. Fworn before JESSE CLOUD, J. P If this publication should meet the eve of anyone who, in the indiscretion and imiiriuii nee attendant on I youth should have brought on himself awv of the evils alluded to above, to such, the French Doctor offers . Podges lh; most houornble secrcnj. * " believes that he has the means of UEME- i S.UM\ THE,R SUFFERINGS and OBTAINING FOR THEM A PERMANENT CURE, or 110 charE xciuired.