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Mr. Ljrcl?s Fifth Lecture en Geology.
fRe[>Art?-il for Tb? Tribune.] ORIGIN OF COAL. In ?peaking of the different strata of winch t:. Earth's crust ?m composed?th??*-?.' at least wliion contain organic remain.??I spoke of Uiem ?:- ? many volumes of Hi?t(iry?as so many monu? ments of the ancient states of th?* glob? : and ? their different structure.? a- being so many ?- '-' uf these volumes. A? that 1 cao do in this shoi ? ourse of lectures is to take down at random, nr one and thon another of these volumes and en deavor not to give you any idea of th?* contents I the whole but just to express something of th method employed in the attempt t0 Atseyphej. the ? tii'-i.-nt memorials of the Earth's History. Noy the volume which I intend to take down to-night i that which we term the Coal formation; and ; shall ???eak of it only so far a- to show the rela? tif position, and the statcof the different peri? ! when they were deposited beneath the water? .\'.i\v when I K-rto this formation Coal, 1 morel; in?.'un tliia assemblage of strata which rests o the Older Sandstone, and in which ?- f.nind thai valuable fuel wc call coal; and although the quan iit\ in which it i- c intaincd is very small in ?so parisoo with tli?- hulk and volume wf the otbci strata, rh?*r?- is siil; great interest and importance attached to it. We see tiifii in going from tli. highest to tin" lowest beds yet discovered, th coal occupies cjuitc an ancient position?oni indicating a formation low down in the Sea?a: wc have aboye it the most modern formation.-?. ????< have first Lh?* L'osl-PHocene, il."'.i tli? Terti?r, formation*then theChnlk, which is in-"!.- up ol calcareous rnatlci formed mostly, at leasi in Europ . ?'rom decomposed ?h<-ll- und coals and "I ;ii"? greeN inaii- which are found in New .l.-r-i-y ;m are of such extensive use in Agriculture; tlicn we have the Jura limestone: or Oolite, in7 which also arc masses of ?'?irai I i I?. ? - the common coral ri-cef*?. below this arc two other groups, of which I shall ??o: speak at present, and lastly we come down t<> the Carboniferous or coal-bearing stratum which rests ujiHii ili?' thick sandstone beds, or the lime? stone containing corals and which like every other formation contains species <>f animals, >li?'!i- an I plants ni different specie, from these ?mm?.*di ately antecedent or following. Bcbiw tins agaii we see Iiirn.*si??ii*i* and shale, which enter mo.?*i largely into the structure of the rocks "! the ?Stal?-* of New-York an.I ?slii?-li abound in fossil.? Now h great change must have been expcri?m.;cd before the <-n:.! period, when the l.?s<?s were ?h; posited. I am indebted i? ? Mr. Sop with;, an eminent .-ivj] engineer, for copies of some models prepared l>v hirn of th?>se sections, which are faith? ful ?and accurate representations of actual locali? ties, us has been fully verified by Dr. BuckxanT) ?niLmys?lf in examinations which wc made lasi spring. The different'strata of sandstone, shal* and conglomerate "I which ?i?' carboniferous for? mation is composed, are here represented. The sections represent facts ascertained in culling per? pendicularly through the Newcastle coal dis? trict. They aro not hypothetical but aro foundo?! upon exact measurement. Jn one of these sec? tions von see the dip of the beds is at an angle of 20?, while the slope of the valley is 40o. In the other the dip is 50? and the slope ol" the valley in the same direction is 2.0". Tn theso two r;i*i--, therefore, tlic relation of the slope of the vallej and the dip ui the beds is reversed. In hot1, case?, also, the slope of the valley and dip ol' the beds are to th?' South. T? those who are not acquainted with diese technical terms I may say that the deviation from a horizontal plans of the beds is called the dip ; while tin* strike, a* it is ??ailed, is the extension of the strata in a direction nt right unirles to the dip. In this ease, as the din is to the South, the strike must be from East lo West. The flexures of the valleys depend on tboir inclination relatively u> ilv dip t ami the*?' two sections cut through beds of void mid shale and sandstone?the shale being indurated clay? are illustrations of cases in which the two strata come up to the surface according to the various re? lations of the "slope of the valley and th?" dip of the bed. It is a rule among miners that when j the dip of the beds is less steep than the slope uf j the valley in the same direction, then the Vs. a they are termed, will point upwards, those forme?! by the newer beds appearing in a superior post lion and extending higher up the valley. Bui when the case is reversed' and the dip of the ? ? * - ? I ? is steeper than the slope of the valley, then the V's point downwards and those formed of the older beds appear uppermost. These rules may often be of great practical service in many cases. Foi*.example,.suppose a miii?r first i?> begin hi operations in one valley with the structureofwhich he is familiar. Ifh?* should sink his shaft through the format ion? above he would come to the coal whichis below. Bui suppose one unacquainted with these rules which 1 have beeivexplaining, ; ? go Li anothcrvallcy ; and in England ho might easil*. sucha valley, for those cases, as I said, are ?:"l hen? ? ."?he?c?l. He might, continuing along tin ?;-:!: side of the hills as he had seen in the othet valleys, where he observed the same out-cropping, ?s ?; is termed, of the coal scam?, suppose, reasoning frot . his tortner experience, that he might begin his workings in the bed at the higher part of tin' val? ley with tin" expectation of coming down to the other bed. iUit he would In* disappointed, "as you will readily scoby observing that, tin." iippermosl bed is lowest do\vn in the valley, and the lower I.e.! is the highest up. This you can easily trace wit?i your eye upen ?hese sections. An acquaintance With these in les and their application is of tlic greut est importance to those spcculaiingitimining trans? actions. In tin- coal field of Pennsylvania, towhi? U I shall presently allude, near Pottsvi?le, I saw an exemplification this yeai of ?he two cases ?ilude ? to?when in the .-.?a? of the same valleys die V's in some eases pointed one way, ant! in the others :u ilie uppo.-iu?tlu- ?lip and slope being !"'!?i i - wards the south. There is nothing more sin:-;;!;, ? ?i which lm? struck mesoforciblvin respect to the coal fields of this country as their close resemblance to those of the north of Europe, and of England in particular. I have traveled ?m the north side of the Alp? towards the s..nih. and have been aston? ished t<? find mineral;? ?>t* fossil ol" ?ntirelv ilistinc! genera from the*..* m?i with in the l'yi-cnefs. Nor hayc thechainsof mountains any diing to do with this remarkable clutngt?foi the beds worefortned atthc bottom ?>!* the sea before the mountains ??>. isted. Observing this great change, then, in the short passago ?.fa feu hundred miles, it ?ivnis t.> in'- most surprising thai in pissing, at thedislanc?' of three orfour thousand miies. frohi England tu the Apalachian chain in Virginia, we should find the ccsal measures the same as those we left be? hind, represented in the red sandstone; and cou taining white gritand slaty shales, hod clavs hol slaty, and beds of conglomerate ?onuuiii?" quart/ pebbles. It is generally admitted by geoloinsts that ail that fuel which -ce coll coal i.< of. v.?, table en gin. [f there has been any_dispute w*ith regard to this, it was settled when a pot lion uf t\,c ?*<exv?. castle c<?al some years :i?.> was submitted t?. i microscopic examination. After cutting o?'h._?cu so thin that it should transmit Ughtj it was found that, in many paus of t!?.. pUrt? ;iI:,l ?olid coal i-i which ?eolopsts h;ul no suspicion that they slum: 1 he able to detect any vegetable structure, t>". only wore the annulai- rings of the growth oi several kinds of trees beautifully distinct, but even t! medullar?, rays, and, what is ?till more n markabie. in sume cases even Ute spiral vessels could !'?? dis* cerned. But besides these proofs from obs?ivin : a vegetable struciure in the coal itself, there ha? been found in the shal?**s accomp.inyiug i:, fer.i leaves and branches as well us other plants, an?! when we lind the trunks cf trees and the bark con? verted into tltis same kind of coal as we find ia the great solid beds, no one will dispute th?' strong evidence in favor of the vegetable oricin of this coal, if we find a circumference of bark sur? rounding n cyJuOtlnctu mass of sand, we km.nvihat it has been a hollow tree filled up with sand, nor can there be any doubt that the coal is ?ormed cf vegetable matter. No less than three hundred jpecies of plants have been well determined by botanists some <>f whom have devoted a ?rreat psr*. of thtrir lives t.? this study. Kr<;m this, it i ??? be inferred thnt th?* carboniferous formation of Europe ami America is made up of comparatively -r-f-.-:,t ?i.!!t-. 1 will allude to three or four of -..,. m?}?-; peculiar facts that lead to this conclusion, f ;i die first place the boughs and leave? of Fern.? are th n o.?l frequently and strikingly met in Arne? ra:;! a? well a? in Europe. So perfectly have they been preserved thattherc can be no doubt that they h real ? ft n -: and in some case? even their in? florescence has been preserved ?t the back <>f th" leaves. ?* here we have not the flowersjahdprints rcma"**"g we have found itjjpossible to distinguish die diff?rent species of fossils anti ancient f?-rn* by attending to die veiningof theleaves. At lea?' ? '!." hundred ?-pecie.** ar-- d??termined in this way. The most numerous of these vegetabl? .*eiiiin'_s ar".- those which have been called Si ailla ria?or Tree7Ferris. Their stems arefound tobe :?i?te<: vertically arid in th.- fiuting*" are lict!?- star??as it wen?each of which indicates the piace where ri?- ??'uf was attached: and h i- evident, ?i- M. Anu?, ?tu: Brongniart has ?hewn, that they are recent'-Tree Ferns. One argump?t for believ-ins this :stL;>.t although the bark of these trees i? -?? well marked that forty-two sped? s have I.n <'??? '?ti???-'?, yet there is never found ony leaf attached: while we have in die samebeds loose leaves in abun ! dance which have no.trtir.ks-. Thenntural infen n? ? is :ti:it. th.-y must have belonged to the arborescent ferns* as for instance the ??ection named Canlop I '??ris i- admitted by all m have belonged to thi? I species. This fact is also important because the : tree ferri? um?! especially the Cauloptcris are now known be exclusively the inhabitants of a warm and humid climat? ?much more hot and moi?t than in iii.i-e f-aris of the globe where coal now abounds. 1 m we find coid nor only in Kurland and Nova Scotia but a? far nordi a= Melville's 1?I?>'?1 and Baflin's Bay, inn climate where the gr?.?wth of ?aicli fern plant*? i? dwarfish an.! stinted. It is evident that when these vegetables existed there mus? have I.n a warmer, und probably a mure equa? ble climate i h:iii now even in warmer latitudes, lot'even in the tropical /..tie.?, where we mee; with large devel?peineiits of il ?? Caulo-pleris, dicir general growth is much ?mailer than lin-s? ?"-??i remains. So ?- it with ail the plants oft!:' lit tribe : many of i lu -ira of which we lind fossil re? mains in lin- coal now exist only i;i th" Southern latitudes? where no ??.?;?] i? found. The Araucaria w? now lind in Chili, and othcrwarm parts of the ?rlobe, bill never a! th" North, where its fossil abound in coal. The gigantic plants uf the Ejpii cetaceous tube are also found in be much smallei now in hoi latitudes than are their fossil'remains. Ibis won!.', lea?! to the inference ih.it the climate in Northern latitude?? was then much warmer and mon." moist than ii ?- now in any part of the globe. The saine thing is made evident by a comparison uf these fossil Sigillaria with those which now at? tain iheir greatest sizei.i the islands of tlic Pacific. I havi! nlso found several plants, as the Astero phyllites in the Apalachian chain, thi? year, which 1 have a!??? from N?va-Scotin and Europe, and which cannot certainly he referred to any living families. The-e ?ill; however, bespeak a terrestrial vegetation, though occasionally found mixed with | marine shells and corals. Another clnss of fossils common in coal shales is the le pi dad end r a?somewhat allied in form t?i the modern lycbpod?K?ns,or while musse?. Though tli?" mosses of the present day lire never mure than mere shrubs even in the warmest regions, yet at the carboniferous period they attained un enor? mous d?velopcment, being 00, <">0 or even 70 feet high. There have been iwo theories To explain.how these plants could have been carried into the sea, estuaries or lake?, and drawn beneath the water and accumulated in the strata so as t.? form eoal. One of them asserts dial the plants must hav? been drifted ami buried in the water, since we find them i ntercollatcd between different slates or shales: just as plants lie between the leaves of a botanist's Herbarium and are pressed together; so have these ferns been found llattencd between the s?'ains of ?hale. They have been curried from the I place where they grew, drifted out t<> a certain distance, water?hissed and sunk in the mud anil other strain deposited above them, s?? as t?. form diis iiitercollatioH between the diff?rent leaves of clay. Bui many ?believed, from seeing the roots,that th? plains ?grew <m the spot where we now hnrl them. But when we come t<> observe that these roots ter? minate in different strata, it will seem evident that they were carrie I down, sunk and ?tuck in the mud us snags-arc now in lh*** Mississippi, in die quarl'/.ose sandstone ni St. Etienne, near Lyons. are found a vast number of these Lepidodendra and Sigillaria. No one apparently can doubt thai these drifted to their present position, and that they wnrcafierwards covered with ?and brought down by rivers. Many appearances favor.this hy ! pothesis. Sometimes we find beds of marine j die ';. then vegetable matter and then a mixture ? of fresh water and marine shells. Bui though these facts may be thus explained the i disc '-.? ries thai are being made lead geologists t<? come round more and more i?> the opposite view of die ?:!-.?toihe hypothesis which refers the ?growth of 1 ?p..- beds "! coal m the increase on die spot? after tin manner of peat, as il is seen in cold and dark climates. This may appear contradictory t?. what I -?il with regard t.? a change of climat?' since the carboniferous era . but it is not neces? sarily so. Tlic opinion of Werker, confirmed by th.* speculations of Brosgnjart, led me to be? lieve contrary to my early impressions, thai by far the greater pan of the coal had ?rown in the spot where it i? found. Acccumulaiing like peat on the Intnl. tin* land must have bren submerged again and again to allow the strain of sand and mud to !"? superimposed a> wo now find their.. In excavating for coal at B?lgray near 'ilns gow, in I.'!.'!?">. Ni-.tnv upright trees were found with their root- terminating in n bed of coal; and only three years ago, in cutting a section uf the Bui ton Railroad in Lancashire, eighrOr ten trees were found in a vertical position; they were referable i?, lh?* Lepidodendra ?-peciesand allied!?? tlieJLy cop?diums, or club mosses. All were within -10 or 00 feet ?'leach ?theryand some of them were 1". feet in circumference ru the bottom. Tin? roots spread in all directions and reached beds of clay, an?! ai??? spread out into tin.- seam? of coal.? There is no doubt that these tree? grew where they arc found and that the r.mts are in their orig? inal position. The seam of coal ha? possiblybeen farmed of the leaves wl ich fell from die trees. This is a singular fact: that just below the coal ?cam and above tin- covering of the roots was found more than a bushel of the Le pi-lost ronus? a fruit not unlike the elongated cone of the fir tree. It ha.? always been imagined that the Lepidostro bus was ihe fruit of the Lepidodendra: but here they are found beneath other trees. [Tin- remainder in nur next.] OAXKKrrr law?u. s. court? D DOTCHJ-R", REYNOLDS .V. PLATT. froe-ors am! CotuiselloiS, 82 Merchants- ^xenan-je. ?City of New-York, liavin? mad?* arrangements for the pur*,*???*, are i ?repare?! ;o ?iiifinl to application?? mider this Law in thi? City and from oilier Darisof ih? ?southern District nfNew-York. t'l Sm QALT, Salt.?70 tous IMnrshuirs Stove?! ?C? Salt, [actor*,- :"llr-.l. on U?ar?l ship I*vi>.[?i-n(lei?cv, ??r ?.u.- i.y GIUNNKLL. MlNTl'l."**. ?L Cn. 7S South ?i. piULADKLPlllA. Baltimore, Virginia, ?**- Hank Notes, am! Oii-cks.bought at reduci?d ratr?, bv '"-- -l i F. P. JAMES. GO Wi?Usif *'Oi\AUI). KF.EI). ?.-v" BARTON'S J c?*lebrat?Hl Britannia Metal ??r?-.!?, for ?a!?? bv their "?-?:;- .\. 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The oil whirl? i? burned in ihem is a chemical preparation, very clean in it? propcrtiex^aud ?rlvr*, a v*?ry brillianl and economical light The Horsing Pl.ii.l i? a portabl? light, tn-e from nil smoke, smell *?r greas??, an? will neither soil nor stain. Common Lamps can be aUered at n trifling expense m ??urn the fluid; rii?- sabscribcr:Is kindly permitted to refer t?> s*?mc of ->ur nic*?i ???pectable I'tiiiille.?, who ?ie how u-?nt? th" article. .1. i".. lloiiKEK. IT- Broatlway, F. B.? There i? no danger of explosion in eithvr one ti these articles._"-'1 tf By Sp? cinl Appointinent OSEP?l (-IELOTT. Pen Manufacturer . . TO THE QUEEN.?CAUTION-?The *s\i cJnrr. 1er of these Pens has induced the attempt, ?in lii? parto several disreputable makers, iopractice a fraud not only i.pon Mr. (jillett. but ;il?o upon Ihe pislirir. An inferior art.cJe. bearing the misspelled name, ihus, Gillot.omiitiug the final t, i? now in the nmrkvt. Ii csu readily bed?*lecte?l by its unnnished appearancej and the very common style in which it is put up. Observe, the genuine Pens are are all marked in full? "Joseph Gillotrs Pat-tit," or'/Joseph Gillott, warranted;" and that each _ro?? hears n tue simile of his signature. The above may he had, wholesale, of-KENI-Y JEStaOP ?y-JS |v "I ? 'ohn-stre.-i. corner r?i Cliff. ^rr;M. HAG?R ?N: CO. Type ?.V Stereo ' y t typ?- Foundry; 71 Falt?n, corner of Gold-st \. V. The-subscribers take this iiieiin>.| .-t announcing to their i'r>n<!? and the public generally that, having purchased ::.' extensive ami well known Type Foundry lormerly owned by Messrsv Conner _c Cooke/tney have removed the sahie to their present central location, flaving ina.i-- extensive revisions,alterationsandadditions,they are now prepared t.? exe.-tite or.1er.? of any magnitude they may he fiivored with, witli promptaess, and on as favorble term? as at anv Foundry in America. T* th?-ir new Specini'-n Book, which ha? hein recently extensively circulated, they would re? spectfully refer. All articles manufactured by diem shall be nt a material equal" if not superior, to any manufactured in thi.? country? and undergo a thorough exmninaiion as to appe*arnn?e, ramriag, ?lressing, and properly.assorting: All article? e\ hihit?'d in the Specimen Hook Ibrmerly bs?ed by Conner .v Cooke, together with "sorts to Fonts sold bv them, ra? now j be furnished from thi.? Foundry without delay, with many I sin.-?* added. WM. HAG AR As GO. are. Agents ibr the s&le of the Xa I pier, Washington and Smith Pre>?t ?, which, ngether with ! Chases, Cases, Composing Stick?. Furniture, Ink, and every j artic> u.?e.| in the rri.ithig Business will be kept on hand, i and furnished at manufacturers' price?. N. It.?No Machine Ca.?t Type manufactured at this I Foundry. feS ii '?" iNG'S Spring Notice.?Sclf-lvuckiii-? Chair?, with self-adjusting foot rest; Merchants' '?: fie?- Chairs, (see th>?e in u?.- ?t the Cu?iom U??use;) .Much improve.1 Ktvuniht-nt Chair? of beautiful formation and per? fect in comfort; >Vheel Chair??ail kind? of Chair? made '.<? order. M. W. KIM.". Patent Chair 3raker, 4~4 Broadway, between Grand and Broome. Kinr?'? Chair? have h.-en awarded the Fir?t Preir.iutn nt he two last Fairs ol the American Institute, and, are war? ntet! superior t<? any in this country or importetl. ml I tf GllEE.WVICH 1'OTTfTh Y,26J?Eigh te?nth-street^between Ninth and Tenth Avenues.?A. ibis establishment is the only one of tbe kin? tu this city,ami the iar^tM in thu State, the subscriber resp??ctfully informs the public thai he manufactniTs ?ind ??ffer? ??r ?ai?-, "?, ibe most reasonable tenn?, the i".iI?o\t;??_ article?, viz.: Stone v?'ar?\ Eartheru Ware, Portable Furoact? Flow?*r Pol?. Oven Tile, Chiinnev-Pot?, Stove Linings, Blancliing Pot?. Fire-Brick, Green-House Tile, Stove Tithe?.??..-. .v.-. N. B.?Chemical and D.-u<ji:i?: Ware to order. All ?r-rd'-r? ihrouirls the P.;?:-0rfke will be punctuallv executed. mlHSni_WASHI.N'OToN SMITH. RENGfl POLISHING PASTE?This article r? a combination of elementary *u>.?ianc--? [tar? ing a stron?- arfinUv for each oilier, which unite and tonn a compoundaltogether new in it.? character. Tbe.briUiancy an i durability of the p*ih?h it imparts to the most ?!??! cat ? nrti??Ie oi furniture, ?uch a? mahogany, rt>?ewo?*d, eb?*ny, Italian marble, also to carriages..patent leather, n?lit?ry cap?, ?c. ir- un.?urpa.?.?*'(L It? appl?4?_ii'ii L?**-i?y. rerjunn.' ver-.- litiie labor to re?tore the article to it? oririnal benutv. For >a!e by A. B. ."-.ind.? ir. Co. (Granite Building.. ."7 i Broadway," corner Chaiiihers-?treet: a_.?<>, by A. B. 1 D. Sand*, 79'and 100 Fulton-?l; D.Sanii? k. to. 77 Ea.?: Btoad way. nil2 tin AC HUND E^rCacFotTod orific?Th is binrtlyeste?nied Aromatic Paste rentiers the breath ?jelightiully fragrant, imparts a continual cordial in the mouth, and rt*moves all unpleasant davor or ???lor caused by meiiici-nc or smokine;. Prepared bv C.F.? Waits, Chemist, London- For sain by A? B. SA.N'DS it CO.. ?T3 Broa.l wav. conier Chambers-streei; hv A. B. 1: D. SANDS. 79 and 100 Falteu-streel, and 77 E;L?t Broadwav. u?i Ira F MEDICAL. KY1D or Crav Hair may be chansed to a beami?al auburn or jet l.lnrk'-n two or three hour? by usine a bottle of the celebrated Italian Dy.>. It basjnstly obtained a reputation far n_-passing all others now ui-us?, an?! niny Le a?*.*d withoal fh?' leas! injury ??ith-.r t? the hair or skin. Hen^twre thediffiirnlty ofprocnring a s?itabl*' ar? ticle for color?n" the hair ha? deterred many from atteinpl ins it- Bat now ibis ?ificalty is removed, as all \r!:-> have ?j?*- '. the l!ai:.-in Dye have borne w-illrag te?unony r* tUeJn ?arv. For sal? lw " A. B. SANDS i. CO. 278 Btoadway, ? - - - rh*l!l!'T?-?ir."!t. A. B.i D. Sands, 79 Fulton cirner Gold-?t?- IM Falt?n coroer.?>nU"rani-sts.; ?in?l San?!.- is Co. C7 F.a?: Broadway, n i: lm_ ~4~Xi")T: RS.QX'S PreraiuntPOLISKING \ ELASTE and PLATE POWDER?An importai!: ar for the n?e of dealers in hardware. Britannia metal, German ?;1--? r, p]f*.!e.| ware, i?*., to ?inte! keepers, privan ... shippimr merchant.??.*'?? They have been use?!; -.,. )nimei ?:-: and ce nil - ?: to bv Prof. Hare, PhUadeIpV?v? Pro:". I n;*.r:ntr. Bo?:-.-; i Dr.Novesof Clinton Colleue; in ?,-,... .V"-'s bv DnChilton* Robert Lovett, 183Bnwdway: .!. N. <: mbr? !-. ! \Vali-ft* W; J. Jackmnn, ! Will-ir,.-; : !! -? n_o \ il.ir!. ?" I'-; ? ? Sli] Colemnn k Stetson.As* !! ? .. : i". ?- :-. I :?'??'. 12 Fulton-st; Raw'don, \\ ? -. Hatcl . ? Merchants' K-. me? ; Bull.-T n r A ck, IS! Broadv iv; R.A.Kerr,7-16Broadway;C ? . : "r" . -? . C. ar-in is \V?)?!mor?-. Ill !"-.- ' . -..;..-. For Rile. whot?*sale an-1 rftail, by C. Hi RING, j-? era] ???_?? -. '?'? Fulton-street and ?54-1 Broad?? iy. \ . . \ ? - ? '? :'. lil .-..-.':' ?tee!, t.?e i .?-' -? -"? '* t! ?? -?? -i t .I.:.?.il?. r?. is.-. - ' 1 m _ rONDEHTlIL Cure by Ring**? Cou<ch . ? |y??New-York, Feb. 23, : HI.? '.Mr. C.7I?. Ring? D ? - ?,...,? gratitude, a? well as-dim i . -: - ? . mmanity.'ia'iucc? me m make public .?..-?-...- cu-e ?::?????.-: by -.??'::!' i ?:_? cim 1 ? been s tTerinsr.with an alarming cou_b.ai ? ? ?'? !? ??- ' tssof a.speedv dissolution sei ?? ? -i .... : months, ?fu.-in?: which time 1 bad -, ? iran-l indre?! dollars . r different r? '?.??!?? ?. t ? ? : . : ? - - ? i ?;?.-....???.?- ?'. 1 -.? n? | ? .' - induce " ? - - i- :???'?. make trial of" your ? ? . faith in itsetlicncy ; Uut, to; ray sur? prise, as well .-?? that of. my trien<l?,l .mi now free fr?*!ii that tronbl? ?.?!':?? ?cou :'.-. an?! enjoy as '2fOod, if not better h? ? than I have 11 r several \. i-?. .fi any ;- ?? ?? ? doubt the tnith of ' ? ? '?? ' '"" ' 51 "? N". :~ I' tl sir? et, they can have all I il L? removed. ?'JOHN HOWARD.*' For-sale, wl lesa in.I retail-by C.1I.IUNG, ??-I IB way. New-York, m25 Im FRACHLOIJS CURE OE RHE? ' * M VTISM. - "'?? '* ? ' ? :-?? ? n ber2l, [341. ?Dr. Ring. -l) - r ?Von will ;?l...s. e-te excii?? my not answer ? -.-. . i . .m to the ??* rt ??'- -.ii.i. a \ ng un account of my almost miracalous restoration to lite, a? ?t were. I was so ni.?-'?!"?.:-;? -..|t r? -? i"'l lhat :i ?ipj.r.ir?-?! us? ?n* like a dream ., i???! only t?. i'- sell, bat ..??.-i !.?-? my tVi-ti- ! -- I can asm ? . ,..-..? :'.;?? pr?y?*rs of one whose life's deac-lbjiim*.' S'taa?erf?i ends, ever kind an?f dear, and a family who l?*oli lo liiw !:'!' support, and who nlso join-in nra*L?e to y.?u, an?l their G >?'.. lor hi? unspeakable iin-ri y ?n ?paniiK m?" fti this time. Any t!iii?-_- that it is in my j ? iv i r lo d?, wh '? will be of benefit i" you. such as 7 '? ?.- an account of niy * .-"?"? rin? ;;i a certifi? al? tii-i' y?vt ini?lu publish lo the w rhl,asii is witnessed bv my fri? n?!s, whorhave put th? ? on .? ? lo thi? l?-ttrr. Were it in-inv power i?i :?'"''?.? lento!?! the price v"ii rhanred, I wonld wil -. hutThavel?< ?*. - ck ?n lon?j thai my ptrctiii. :?-??-?-' -.La?-t?-'i. l! soverilireeyears*inceIwas ,ni;i?-|.. .1 -.? tl wfis! ..? - ?|o?:tor called the In?aiematory Rheumatism, l^ ivhich I was left a coiiiplete cripph*. having losti ie as? ol limb?, which i'*-"i away most Iri??bttully, disablii mall work; and had it not been for a fe?? liun !'???'! .!"!!.iv- I ; id -;".M i v? !-. n in v ork, ! ar;.i my fami? ly would !.i e been in I ? v? ?rklio. - i you aid ! hope tli?.. public will see how much I ow? you, l"oro_ce morel???;* ini! al.!. '?'? ''??':-. inv .::i ly i.ir?-a?l; ami that !>v threebold?^ ? Elixir, which you sen.for five t'olf.-irs : and ??'? t - tfi rig it trulj tlie " Kl'ucir of Life," ! am. ?v,Ui tl" great? ,.?. respeel ami !rnitrtudc,your humide ?""r^ant, BF.N.I. ('. JA t'l Ml !*.??. Wim???-??Ilatmah .Tacoliu?, ?Vill'mm F. Demi. Prepared and sohl by (". It. RING, 53 Fulion street cornr-r Cl?t?. mS5lni "jVrOTlC E To ?M" I? TT7HBD PE?. - 1.1 SONS.?Dr. A. c. lii'l.I.. \n 4 \"?.?.v street. A?tor i!"-;-.-. New York.?Pervius nlllicieil \??!li Ruptures may rely upbh t;:-- best ?n?imiaental ai?l ilif world atlbril.?, nil ', ?:!.': ft hi? .?*;???, t \, *ey street, New V'ork.or ?-itlu-r ii ,. ? Htm ? : ?:- a-.-i-i.'* .ii the chi. i : iwtis of the United Statt!?. Parents must be careful to examine the back part of !>-?. H?ll'? Trosses, to *ee if ihey ar.- endorsed I?t Dr. ! I n w r-.t ii'.-. None other arc ?'eiiuiiie or '..-j be relie?! on a- ?_'?..!. Di. Hull srtiaranh ??? curesto ?M oth?*rwise heultliy pal ? :.*- ? ho . all ,:t his ollice (or treatment It" the can- be n : -...i ' al and permanent, ??> as :?> preclutlr the necessity i>t' ?? earini; i;uy trusj whatever, tlic mcn?y advanced i? re tnrned on U*e expiration of the term specified f'?r the cure, '.vl it? ver ?'?'"Tr---. lh?' riip-.-.ir"- may have made toward era dicntion. Children under twelve year? univcrs^lv curc?l with oui furtlier expense than' the cost of iheTruss The ra? dical enre has In en under proirressive practical improve? ment for ?nur?- than twenty years pa*t, in Dr. flu!!'? Trn?? ?r>iii?r**T and i? now brought l?> a r?tate of unrivalud perf? ctibn" Many treacherous agents have tinilertnken to vend imita? lions ol Dr. Hull's "celebrated Hinge and Pivot Truss for the easy and safe r?tention of Ruptures. These imitation.? cannot be reue?! on?they are made by unskillful sur ?_i-nii? urn! ni.-i-i.aiii?-?. an?! are ii" bett?-T llian the ordinary Tni??e? of tin* market The genuine have mv lall name in ur?t?n_. iii2l Im AMOS G. 11 I'LL _ CO. O I? IT11?R E X < ?ITEMENT.-~Scarce |v a dny pa- without some new .-an??" of i-xrit?" i?..iii. ''ri..- L'n-i.t? ?t ami auwt-lastiue lias l?een SHERRrAN'S Mi:i?t?A'i'::u l.OZKNG?S All claves ate lotul inthek praise. CLERGYMEN liaverecommended lliern from tfieir pulpit?. Parson Bell Ii... !??;?? ;.!? ?I!y .-?..iKt II 111 tin- 'iii'.'liesl tellliS (if them to hi.? con? rtrjration. LAWYERS AND JUDGES havetliem in their ?-?ur*!?. nml nr** v?-ry reri.lv to pif!"?T them to all who iit"i.?l tluir ln-aliiiif virtuos. MECHANICS ASM CARMEN, as well as laboring men, are allpatrons of Sherman's l.?>7. enges, t'"i' they aie verj' pleasant, asd certainly ??me easier anil sooner than aiiything.??Is??von can lake then and keep aliont v.j'ir hiu.ine.-s, an?i v-?ii will rind vourseJf well belhre vou expeel it THEIR VIRTUES have been fullv ieste?l by the first men of the day. Ili Honor, Miiynr ?lark, Hoa Ed. J. Porter, Rev. Mr. Hand cock, Rev] Mr. Streetcr, Rev. Mr. Anthonv, J. .?"hernian BrowRell, l?sq., Register of tin- city, Col. J. L. Haint's, and hundreds ol*others of llie highesi resj ectabllity, can be re? ferred to. F??r coughs, colds, asthma, whooping cough, lightness of the chest, and consumption. Sherman's Cough Lozenges are :l?. best medicine in the world. For headache, palpitation of the heart, sea sickness, lowaess of;spirit?,'?h -- ????ii.I? i..??.-, dizziness an.I ;?ll m rvnn* diseases, Shermnn's Camphor Lozeng?;? only rtiquire a few minutes usi; to eflect ;. ?-m?.. FnrAvorms, which cause many distressing and alarming ?ymptoms, Sliennan's Wn;-?ii Lozenges cannoi be ?-urpiis*i-tl. iintl have been proved by more than l.i'iMt.mifi. " which numlwr issoI?l:y?ariy, ofSh?hiiaii'i Poor Man'? Pl?s? ier, ??? celebrated for curing pain nr wf-akness m the back, side, breast, or any pan ?it'ihe body. Also, IIIIKI'MA TIS.1I AND'I.I'M BAG?), and all '.nr I2J <???::!?, oiily one quarter tin- price usually charged for Strt-ngtheulng Plasters, anil warranted superior loallothers. BAD BREATH an.! i.a.l i.--t'.i are very common, and all may bo prevented by using Sherman's ??rris Tooth Paste, which ?jives a ?n-arlv whiti'iies? to.tli? teeih, keeps them from aching anil decay har.li-n? the gums ami gives to the l?r? a tli a delightful frag nnc?*? hitliPito unkwiwn from any otlnerdenlifrice. Dentists, Piiy.sicians, Clergymen, and all classes have given this deli? cious preparation their decided approbation. Always In careful lo.gcl Dr.~Sherman*S article?, and never let any one palm any other on yon in Iheir place, a? has been done i?-. ??iffi-- ; never trn.-t those who w???j|?l receive von. Dr. Slier man's only wareliouse ?n tl??* city .* at |o?'> Nassau street.? A':..i?t- :if if ! iS I". iwery : 77 East Broadway; Rushton i. Aspinwall'.?, W William street, 11?' Biroadway, and 10 Asmr Iloii-i'-. .-?a?Kl?. 27? Broadway; .*i8 and 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn; Redding, 8 State street, Boston; Burires?, s-nnl. Third street, mar Chesnutstreei, Philadelphia; Robertson, 777*. Baltimore; Frank Taylor, VV_slihi_ton City; A. Head, i Clh?rlcston, S. ?'.; tJnrn? i: Co., New Orleans; J. Wilcox, Pittsburgh. ml6 lin IXC'S VI : i?l?t^'A (Jl??A .M ,. -r n ? 11 Trlnmpliant.?The true t? -t of the exquisite meritsm" Ring's V? rbena Cream ;? fully b*?rne out by the first premi? um itipioma bei n? airain awarded by tit?- ?n?!?es ?.t tlu- Ame rtcnn:Ji_titute Fair heldst Niblo's. The longer tills cele? brated ?having son i is known, an?l the more extensively drculated it has become, seems only to con?rm the flatter? in'/ and it!i??)licit?-il testimoni?is it has received tram all parti o? America an?l F'.iri'p... Indeed, theconstantly increasing demand i? a *.)::r:-^ of proud satisfaction tli.it the proprietor ha? ar->;:;;'':?'??! what tiioi!?aiii!? have he?a for years at t".;i'.'' ... ? '.;?an 'EmoL'eniAmencansharing soap,'which torease comfort, and economy, cannoi be surpassed cither at ho n? or abroad. (Frnr.i ihr Herald.) Shaving?leine's Vtrrbena Cream for ?l.a-.inir, i* a most capita] -ir;;, ??f. It can be ha.I at >7 Fulir..-i ?tre?-t. We liav.. tried ;; an?! found it very superior. It softens the board am! makes t!.-- '?; .ra;i"ii a.? gentle as magnetizing. [From the Bostbu Traveller, April. 1840.] Y?rb?na Croitn.?This new shaving compourid ;.? now ail the:rage,asw**t?am?R_ the tonsorial f)rr?!i-?>?oi> a? among those..who-pr?f?r to galber their own diurnal crops. Tlie I '. hers say- that a ;? >: ??!' ;t lasts twfcre as long as thesami mt?iy of tiny other ?oponadous preparation; while those who save their sixpence declare that with 'he Ver!??*i_i Cream a dull i ?r.or v\ ill insure a smoother face than ino-t ot the olil soaps wltha sharp ?ti?'.'i l??.-?ii!.-? it i? fragrant to the sense, soitei :i.l" lo the skin, and a _r?-ai d?strm'er of freckles. For salt wholesale and retail by C. ILItlN?, Chemist and ; D :-_-*-t. 3-i Fulton ?treet, N. V.' N. B. Beware ol unblushing imitation?? i and observe the wr.:r.?-ii ?i-rnatur?- of ?,'. II. Itingon eack m25 lm fAYXE'S IIAJR "TO\FcT-^-?^7~^J ? e.7 ?rrovvth, pr?*s,.|-\-a'.ion an?! resioration of the Hair.?Tl;? , ;.-. prietor having devoted many years ofstudy to the tr?-ar. ? ment of the Hair, ha? ai lengtli succeeded in composing a ? preparatiop which has proyeij eminently successful in very ; numerous instances ::. promoting the growth and strenirtl j eninn the r<*ofeofihe Hair.and m ??-v^ral caseswhorebaUir ness has existed lor year? it has producid a >*ine,.vigorou2 growtbofbair, as - l? si ? ? I to i.y-.??-r?? highlyrespwtabl-: :?.'.?;.???rt!-, uii.icrtiticates accompany tii?- preparatioa To the ladies t. ?? Ma r Tonic :* particularly rc?M>nun< n?! ?d. h _;-..-? -t luxuriaNt brilliancy to t???- Hairand preserv? ? ?!.-? curls ?roin the - fleets rf-lampn?*? or motion. Gent!? ::.? n who ?* ?ii !" improve tin-'r whiskers will find tl!':- a .-!" ?f deisirable ass*stani? ?j-.s-.-.^ t_e_i a tiia-k, l'1'i??>. tine .!-.?! ' irlin? app?*?aranc?s. Prepared and sold by Dr. M Jayce, Phibidelphia: JayiM's Hair'!'"!iii*.?Af:?-r L'ivim: thi? arliclea fairtr;.:. we ii'ih-- ;:??!!.-_? ly pronounce it tobe what it profe-i*e-i, the .'?>?-! article, w'ubout.?any '-xt-eption. in n??*, forih?- r?stcira tinn an?! preservation oftlie Human Hair. We know ofnu merou? ;:-.-;a!:ces where Hair ha? been r.-storeii to bead*? which have been l-alu !'.r v,.-ars: and w^ think we cann? t .?o a greater i'a\.-?rthan :o r-cnmm-i)?! to all onr readers who ar*- lo?.n_ th-.-:r hair, to make a inai of this Tonic imine.i - 3-*lI.v- .. rBoion.Mail. May 8. Prepared only at .No. 2i) South Third-?-?.,. PhiUdelphiai Soki in New-York, at whbl?__Ie an?! retail, by \ B t D ?and?. Druggists, Nos. 7'J and 100 Fulton-?'.. A. B Sand? i. Co., *J73 Broadway, and Dav:.j ??an.is k Co., 77 East Broa.l U!V-vAj_ _J!L2?J^_ J?N: K. WARD. Patent Leather. Top _ ?Hides, and C.-ach I>*a?ier Maaufactureri,, No. 7 North L?x-x-itreet, Newark. N. J. !__-; im MEDICAL^ OBSTRUCTION*-*-The caus? of all Pul monaiy Disease?, For?wliatis tht ' - <'? -: "? ' Obstruction What ;? the cause of rTemorrhage and spilling ot bloo ; Obstruction. What ;? tlr cause of Consumption and Abscess - Otistr*. ? tibn. .,,,... , VVhstis the cause of Bronchitis. Obstrucnon protl Qonmmalion of the lining membnti.fine bronchia 01 . : :?:-. an?l an ?Stert tibn "t mac isor : .--. - -.:??????? i .. ? . -.- ? ? blvod. Au?l tvhat ?s Am ?."";.-.:: Ubsiruction, caused ???? t? - - rjuiru lent e*tcr?tiqn.c*logg"tii_rnp those tubes, ai It ereby inpoti .::/ r.-fiinttipn. Remove this Obstruction ainl tberc will .?? no tevernoi . ,rtiation_nopainii'*rcou!rb?noal*sc. rion?no hemorrhage norsj tliui l"bloo?t-np asthma or I ficultv'of breathin-, buta restoration to health will 1.r :a.D. " Ami uh.it :? Die true remedy pointed out by to remove this Obstruction? Theaaswer i-Exp-ictoration, Ves, Expector?t tir-"? remedv. For, rea?ler, the. < - : lassta ? scfiarge their vitiatedexen ! - trachea or wimi-pipe, and this natural disci in s t?xp< tomiioi;. , . , . , , .. ,.i :,. . Ti ssistnalure rtnti i fti luce this d^rnhjer suit.? in - . i ,s everbe?n fom leq?alto JAYNE SEXPEt li''v\.\l. ,....,. .. ? .... . -.- ? , . . -. - . ce. i -,.-. .. free ami - is.v - ??-""- torati? . scpi ess ? t - cou?-h. :-? luces the n, removes .-tue ?pa.? ?-?.- ? :..--. -? - -? ? I'S ? "la ? - ; ? ? ?. The breath nt2 become-?ea?y, an?, the patient almot Ijopel-ras ?ol ? ?? suinpti in; ' ices a - ' 'r * .,.-,-.- -(?tl bv any - n..and ' ? ' patient's life to a ? v who \v?mt- prunounc? cui ib.e two yea*. :? . ,; ?re ?till alive, and a ir no w -?? tl in tl ? '? ? . . .*, - huntlre Ls, ii ly ? J..yne?s .:-,-... tt m t?Carmti itlve ??- loi Vermifc ; maybe h: il No. -0 South: T t. P ki . .--..: .?? No, TOFultonst, cf.ra?rof G ' '. ' Fuit ? - n?renL? \. B.?". !-. Sands D ". ???* iL?o.?ol?! !-?? \. B. > .. ? '? Co. N- . .*" : !'? '?' ' ** ' ? '*?'? Co. N- . 77 E i?: I*- - ,; "' -'* '" DO ('<M>i? ?bile yo? may.?J-ecom ?: i : Kin?.*.? Cot .'. Ci? ?!?? to every one you know '. i. .. - ?:.''. thai breathe ??.ii!. ? bit. n ii.?ii ? i 'i - ?.--., ? tl ? . ' ?? i " " ' ? ?.''? '''? ,! ' ' -, ur fellow beings I nil you could po?>ibly. ?!o ?-..-.,.. otl.. . vvav.aii?l ? : .' ?? ??-??:?'?:. ? iv you ?? ? ? ih -, ? ? ?ion '"'having; rcl ??'?? ?? ? ' ' ??" , ; 1 ,; * n ?.-ii- ?! mi many ?r< m ?in untitn. p -?? ive- ibal It ?-."- > etableCandy b?? cured m 'n.ineiL?e number, and given ?.,i -.? ? ?. i of lungs cann??i '?'.- denied, a.? j nianv have ??? lui - it ? ???-'..''???? to that ? IF? :t "Then Rketl ? I Samaritan ?lo ioo?! while von may, for lile r-?-:: it*.? :. i !??_?.-? i ?i-jc.-. .? hm d ??:(. Prepar???! ? d< by?-. ! It. RING. .">?? Fulton strc? r. c??rner ?lit? atitliH-l Broadway, i \I?osold by Saiuls. corner Chambei ami Brr?."i?l?? y, '? 'i ? Broadwav,"comer of Gran?! ; r*?v???e, 6*1 Bower.rn iVnlker; "Gulon. cor. Grand ami Bowery, andmo?rot the 'drmrgist-?. ?7 See the signature of "Cril. I"1NG," on ' ?-.ir!i package. N.B. Ring's Verbena Ci im, Elixirol LUean?! Elystan p. - ? ? ,.-. for ?-?!?? ii? iibove. m-"? ':" '\ o ri''K.?S?orison's Hygciini-ieilichies ! j^^ n ?h the ?? Bi ' ?h College of Health. Utulon.'-?Th? ??,:'.-. rih ?? Moving I?, en iipp >?nt? il the Attorney.? ul M? ?srs. ' Muri-oi Moat A: ("-... an?l \geiib> for the State o? New 'York;rhave ?vccivetl a lar**??? assortmeril ot >l?*?:i le direct frbnVthc ?* British Cidlejre ?if lleailli, Lorilon,'' .reail} : tusuppK tin Atrent? on taore liltenil terms than hei I fore.. P?.TSons ??? i?l..;.-.' l<? be uppoinle?! Sellin?: .? ; ?\ !! pit-a?e make immetltnte application to lb? ?ul"*?cri hei-?. All persons iiulebtcd to the late *?.?'-'? Mr Geo | Tavlor.arerequested '.'? make i::tme?liete p?ymeni to tl? i -i? i.---. ??. ,i. .? i'ie\ only ari; !?iithori7.??d in ?riven ceipts tor ' thesatne. FIRTH .'. HALL. No. ! Fi inkl ? Squar? ,N. V ml II A.. . t? foi MOR1SON. MO IT & CO. : ( Mli'.l'SI'.MAN'S Arabian Balsam has V ' I"-, n ii' ii?.- for more than t'.i'i.e-.. years, for all kinds ol wounil?, hrtii?.-? and .-iii?, and is-a nevet failins lemeil" ''-1 acute or chronii rlieumati?iii. Ii ;? waiTaaled to cure any case ol t':|.-?.?i fi?iula,of however long ?taMiliiig, whe?? every thing '?!?. ha? failed. This Bal-am .tth.r.l? iinmeiliaie relief ir? paini? ihesitleaud l.;-.-.t?:,..r pain Hint wtiikn?*s?intln?li.?cknnd loins. nn.l i? a! " a ?no- and iniiiie.li.i'e rebel liica.?**sof burns and ???iilil?. Numerous and ?espectable certifient??."? may t?- - ? ? where it has given relitfl inallth? above cases. This won? Ur working?>.tl?am will ?-. ? t - ?r. - numb or pf-risli? ?I li ill*?? " ! inhnAs in any part of tl?" bo?ly, and i.? a ?ore mi?I pi a? nut application to sore tliroats ami quinsies. It. hotte? ai -i' 1 cents and .1. For sale wholesale anil retail l?y A. B. ** 1?. ; Sands,."!) and IWI Fullorisf, I). San<ls?>: ?'-?..""* Kasl Broad ; wavi cor. ?larkc! ?t: A. B. San-!? ?v Co. 273 Broatlwaj . .-.?.. | Chambers ?t. ? :' Im ; TV'!?(ilJ''.CI' not your Coughs.*---Oui i il greatest sufl'erinit and .-linn i.-? often grow oui ?ti I our neglects A man liasa cough?he ne_|.-.-?.? it. ?t,'.:il\ I le-ha? a pn'm ist thesideor chest?he in _!.-.-t? it : bye and j bye be raises hloml?be semis for a physician: die doctbi i tell? him he is in consumpiioii. one hotth- of Dr. Ailen'? ! Bakim wnuld have saved all this traiupf :?viL?. Letili?se ' laboring under 't.'iiL'h? tret this medicine without delbv. I'ON'SI'.MPI ION CUItEO.?1 certify that Dr. Allen*.? Balsam has cured me of tl fi-? disease. A. I.. StUARD, no'.tokeil. Sohl at 127 Bowery and R8 Barclny-st. only. nil- Im ClOrOllS, Colds, P?m in the Siile. Rais ./ int: Blood, Palpitation of the Heart, ar? dangerous symptoms to trille witli. Thousands of lives are nnmially l"?t m Lliis way. Every person of intelligence and cojntii*?ii seiu-e knows Ihnt these ?liseases are tin- begiiinins of Con? sumption, and unless cured must prove fatal. Dr. Allen's Balsam of llorehoutnl, Liverwort and Pleurisv Hoot will cure the nltove diseases. We hold ourselves ready and wil? ling to ??rove this statement, ?. any person who may stand in neni??! l>r. Allen's Balsam will call un Dr. GI.ION, the Agrnt, at 127 Bowery? -nil7 it (JV\S "Anti-Dysnepiic l.lixir.?This K? *j> ixir is a ?netlieinal and vegetable Compound, warrant?*"" ;? ?at?- ??ml effectuai remedy, not onl v for tlie tly?i>epsia. Itutthr whole train Of ili?.eH?t.-*., rex'ulting from, ami connected with. * i-l??oriiere?l condition oftlie stomach ami iryer.br dennige iien of the digestive functions, such as general debility or . ... I.-. i? ,.r ..._.-... .:_ :.i...i... i.:il:.... ...eu m un- i,i?e?ii\e ?in.. non?, ?ni-n a? ^-t-in-rai ueuiin-V "i weakness", loss of appetite, costiveness, hendnche, billion; colic i.e. Prepareil by W. W.Clark, Philadelphia, for sah by A. I'?.' SANDS .V CO.; .*.? Kroaduav. inl2lni379and 100 FultOn-street. and 77 East Broadway. nKlil.OW-ClTIZF.XS-l.emcmhcrt?Kti .a. invaluable medicine, Dr. Swayne's Compound Syru| ot'Wild Chcrrv*, for coughs, colds, spitting blood, broncliitis .Vr. may be had at Dr. W. U. ?llihiorfs (Img store, No. I'.?. Broadway. N. Y., and J. M. Smith. Brooklyn: rnlO Im" r^OC'l'OR I'ROVO.S'r wishiTs to sViy^i v the public that his successful treatment in mam- bund red cases of disease, has establisbe?! hi- practice etTe'cttially (A word to ih- wise is sufficient) Hi? nilice i? N'o. >j\ Bro.M street. ni25 Im* gTATl?: "or XK\V-Yf7RKt:"'ss.;?-In V.7 Chancery?Before the Vico Chancellor.?Benjamii Aymar and othei? ???. Charle? Oaklev and others.?Moster'i Side. In pursuance of a decretal order of the Court of Chancery ..?'t!ii? State ina.lt* in the above cause, -..ill be sol-l at publj? auction, by Edward II Linllow, nnctionttnr, under t!?e ?ii rection of the subscriber, o?t? of the ?Vlastersofsnid Court, m the .M?rchanls' Mxcliange, m the city of New-York, on tin twelfth ilny of April next, at twelve o'clock, noon, ot" thai .?.-.v. all the rest, resit lae and remainder of the term of twenty .int.- years yet i<> come ami unexpired ol and in all tha<? t\vc ci ?t.tin lots, pieces or parcels m land situate, lying nod h iti-j- in the Ninth Ward of the city of New York, hein?, pail ni the premises included in and demi?e.l bv a certain ?n.le:? ..,..,. . i_.i.... i .i. . .-.. i.?.i ? .. .?? ' '?"' .""? iiuimreii till?] l.llt -SIX t ISO), ail.] I.ih'-n together are bound?*?! a? lollows: heeinningon the easterlv side ol lIutlson-?trect ata r*oint?llsO)iittwent)*-t?veleetsuuib'. wardly Irom the corner formed by the intersection of tin .-a?r.-riy line of ll.i.!?on and the southerly lineof Barrow. ?tr.-.-t, running thence soutliwardly along iru?l;on*sire? t fifty ii-et. ih'-rt.-e ea?i vardly and parallel with Barrow-streei one lihrdrpd feet, thewce northwardly and parallel with Hudson ?tree! fifty feet, and thence westwardly one hun?Ir?.-d fet t. to the place of beginning : the said two lots being ?nh<livid< ii into four lots, and ?-.ich ?f the said subdivisions bavin*;:a house ?.?reeled thereon, which houses are i!isiingiitsh?-d In the.strei't numbers 35-1. 35-1^, ?'?*^i, .'?.t'?? Hmlsoii-street, re. ?peciively- together with all and singular the editi? ? ?.!. : I ! inr-. right?, nr*mber*i, privileges and appurtena?ic?*s ih.r. unto beloHiring or in a iv n>.- appertaining; and also all th. est?t??, ri'sht. title, interest, t?irm of years yet to come and unexpired, pmpertyfpj*S(tos?ion,olaim and demand wl it? ever,as well in law as:in equity, of Chm'ltrs Oaklev one ol the above name?! defendants ot, in and to die ?aid demi-rti premises and every part and parcel thereof, with ti:.- appur? tenances.?Dated New-York, March 19; 1842. DAVID CODWISE, .M-ster in Chancery c?E<*. It. BcTLga. Solicitor. *o2l 2taw3i* Uw 111* TN GHANCElir? Before the Vice Cha.. ?3. ecltor.?William V'iuiHookr*. Charle?; lliihr?-?, Britain Catlerand Josiah "?lontague. Pursuant io unorder <>i the Court of Chancery made in aliove cause, Avtllbrt: sold at public auction, under th? ...--.. .1.? *l# __ /-ft mm ' uieatiove cause, Avut o?*? sold at public aucuon, under tlie direction oi the subscriber, one of the Masters ol ?a;.i Court. by K. If. Linllow, auction.. r.'on the I6tli ?ay of A Dril next, at 12o'clock, noon. o!"th'.tt day, at the Merchants' Exchange in the city <>t' .New York. -enty-one years ?ach. .N"?-w V..rk, iMarch -1??, I'"'?' WILLIAM w. CAMPBELL, Master in Chancery. ?t- illiain \'aii Mrw.k, "-olicu.jr. '___________? _''' TN CUA.\(:KKV??$7?.irel?i"e"V'ice Chan _a. cellor?William Van Hook vs. Charles Dubois, William ?-?i'hi.m?. Franklin ?**. Kinney. Pursuant to a decretal order, of.Ahia Court, made in tlie above entitle?) caiise, vvill be ?old at ?ublieauction, at:the Merchant?.' Exchange ih :i?'- r:fy of New-York. an<!?*r the direction of the suliscril>er,oneofthe Masten of-this Court, '?;? K. IL Lndlow,: auctioneer, on the 16th day of April next, at 12 o'clock, noon, ofthat day, Ali the r???t, re?j.iut-and remaihd?-Tof tlie terntof v-^r. ?._;?...! ..." ;.?I tr. all i!,..i I..-. . !._:. i"-.-.-?? .'?".'?. ?u.ije,.. ,ii?<i u> iwo i?'i:e-.. na ..?; twei one vejr? each. .New York. March 2??th. IZ42. m?B5awtA16 WILLIAM W. CAMl'BKI.L*. William Vaji Hook, SoL Master in Ciuucry. _MEDICAL. DR. PETERS' IMedicatc?l i ??>/.cn :**??-?*_ No tHt-dlc es ever ?;??.*..?-. ?en ?ora .a popular rstimati ?n ..? Peu -?" I.-*." ? i - au ; : ? :\]~'?i? ? .?-ut rea?*?n* il.ai noin? bave "lern at t ? .. ? ;;,,. V1 ,","*" ? . : ? ? ht? ? -'. -.-:?-.::. . ? ? ... . -,'... .' . ;. ? ir - _? ?-. Th?***e proj ? ? ? ? ... ? ????!.?-i..--, I. i?.-.i upon - '????? a :?.-. . f. ..?? I :? l?t? ' < i- : ? .?- - ' ' ' ????.:?? i >.?'..?:-.????. ???:'? s s. . \??%z ?gai ning "t i?S?ui ??.:-. . ...'; '? in ?'.-, t? ? ;????-: ? - ", - ? f.- niKmiSon lora.wl ? ? ?.'??-,? ....-,.,..".' \ ? ?' " .if bis .;:?.- ?. es nul : :? , ? [f.... ?:;! :!u reachor !!;<- requ ? ? . , > maki . n'< e doubly sure, lie \?.t? .i-?*:e.| ?n b-.s ??! . "? n'? l?V ?A .?; tl:.- lUO-l .!:.-?-.-i;.-- ..; ?.;-\. ... . . .'???;!! v. who -.;*.'! ibera freeiv in tbeir priv?t? . . ?everal m? : 'i?-, nnd then hand? d in il . . ivh .-'i t*"f-ri-?p"!H?t'i *?> ? losely ? t!? the other? a*d ? \ proprietor's own co [usions, as i -, ..-?. fact, ibe ?.;?.. . Hawrvrr. one. or.tw?\of the*? gentlemen suggest?! ?ren |?i ? ..:?--. !.???*. \? h'?-Il ????!?? :i ! ?. ? ? . ?? ?? ..?? . ? . ... tj ?>r-*v-?!>e ihein in accordance ? i ... is ! :.!. ?.if:?!:-i tli.il they a ???... ? ? ? ? iris, n 11 iitom T.. -.. ' '? ?? ? even n the ?l'ght**?t ?legree. w<m ??.?,.? ?s ' ? The mi?eose busia??.?un ???? ? ?? ?, -,. . ?sj ??i-njoyetl bv I).'. I'. !???>- p?a . >Vi*?e ? ??..?????'-???..?...? u \\ - rivais in t: .-.? . ,t itli i view lo pe? ..??.? ? ; ? , :.??:.-?.- .?iua.ni . *?> warn people ft ?wn ; i ? -...?? ? " ? I ? ???? ??.??? ..-r other form? -.'???? - .--..- ? ?? :? ? nilshlhi ????????? ' till ?? ? an m -7 ick. be ? inv? ted ? |] A . ' e?sao*. therefore, is* it w be. careful, ?-??pecialU n ?'.' - . \] ....... I ... _?? -. v.? .. . r '.. ' .lllt-s? 1?V .III.ll.ljf.l ?.i:\ ?.i-:s:i? ..;??'. ... . experience. Tb??reisonly on? ? er may b ..-???? md tit - . s "h a? ?tro em::; ? Ui ? fd b> uei irions a? regular and respectai ? . . ..." ?lity.and byeschewina all that may !>.? put forth i,Y J,,:^ .' . niownordoubu'ulchi*inic?*r*sor wh. ..,,.:.?',. veil authenticate?! ?liplema han ? -.... open to lb? inspection of all who may choose to look at -. lantntee tliat they are not n?< requ ickN ?!.???? tiosiru ?,. -, i-ver?an? 1 ever must !????llnnfjs i ith? to be avoMi-d ?eases tor which Ihej ?in i?*vonimen'ltfd.uaa?j ?i -. Sol ? ?' ?! ? a list ? - - ?? ?i-lmpoi uit'of I'eieiV i ?e> w :?!? hi iefr? ':;?? : * >? ; '? PK l*E8S' vv.oipi I ?'/K\?;K>. I ?? ire the desideratums so Ions? required. They ale i -. pi ?: !. i-:!;. ?.?. i? ml to ill, :. - ? ihi il opera* lioiivlhat tliey may bw fearie*>?v a ti'is red ? ? ? | . ?I ?ni . I. .i ? ? ? I OUI? ..?'.:,? di?CO?*n-.. . . . ? ?: !,! Lf.fiipar:-"!- ??i!, .t a?.?'!??!?" ? ? vti ? i: . ? .";i ntiraciiiin forrtlicm which ;li-*> cam? ire?? ; ?la^?:!^? ?.. ?? ?:'..!? \ :>?*'? i... powerless a??!, die. Tlie*?"?urnir I. ?-.. _?.?b< admin ??? i-ed in d?v? - ? ? ;.> j ns lu? ?. cathartic ri:?-? ?. The alleution <?! ; .?;? nts .? e*??<?. cially ?.?ii.it? ?I m favor of ill? unrivaletl ait;<-lr. PETERS' CO! ?::< LOZENGE.*?. For ? 'Ugbs, cold?, whooping cough.?, mid all pulmonary complaints ihe<?e are a. truly invaluable nrtitle, and m??! - -.t--.il it ..:??-. i as directed. Ni ither <i" they kr-i.-p pa : r ?!i? ?n su?pen*e', but relieve tin ai .:'. on? e, .<!!i..-*t proving ?!??:? eilicacy before the ia?te has passed away tromtlw ? util. Dr.*Petei> courts the reader's trial oMbis, 'n?l viU n hi- re| iitatioii on the result, PE L'ERS* i"?)ltl>! \L LOZENGES. !? Peters almost fears m ?p? tk n rl?. ? I ?...?..?;.,! ey serve, lest be -hould -.:..? tl. ihe rentier's cre?lulity; ? fordlieiii ihc p?-?wer ?>l ?nvignrnting the mind, el ? ?? m. laiich?lv aii'l low spirits, of ?ul ? i ? I -.- .-rvi ' ?.. ?n streng!helling n ?? nerves, of ?weet?*ii n the . ? , ?iv'mjj thereunto a balm} irnsrran?e, awl oi nhnavt - . iitlv <:urimr the heiiffiiche, and corr?*ctin?r iii*rv'ouS i;!r. lion?, he aitt ibiites to th. m no virtue ? hieb lhe\ ?l?i notfuKv :?....??. In,..I ?il., m tli.-y ,ire Hie tit???! ?l.-i ' .. -? ? , ' ? ? i. ..?*..??::? I are equal to a?-y thing yei discovered rorcuring -. .i-?ii-l.:i'-??. toning llic stomach, and sharpening the ap 11? :.;?-. PETERS' CATHARTIC LOKENGES. The peilecting of this loienge ?.<? ihe result of "much ?fi-niv am! labor. The object ???,!? i?. pix?iliice . medicine .? hich ?vould be at tl.?- same tune |?|i-.. -.mt t? taste, gentle lo "]???..n.. .m? powertnl i?? ?il? ?-t. Manj peiNms find .t?\ n-.tiiidv unpleasant t?> take pills nrniher medicine, and al ni???t ini|><???ilil?' t" retain ibeui on Iheir ?toinaclis -'.?lit.- entlv !.?ii?_t?.l.il'?'.ii??'. Pelers'Cathartic ?Lozeiig?.? nbvi.iteiill ?n?-It ?Iitlii uli if?.';?? p. : ?""i.* taking il em lind no iuct?iivetii?-nce, Itntern?-?* m- !i.n!?i-a from them whatever, ii?lwtthstandhii* ??. ?i i?\.p Kpsom Sails .m nol so certain > purgaihe, Owing to ibeir su|ierior purifying qual?iit*s. ibe*, are unri valeilas a Spring nwdic'uie, as ibe*? an lil?ewi-r unrivaled - n eventing a* well a? relieving congestion of the l.vr. I'eilmpsof all the Uiienacs ever presented i?> the public tin ?r- have mel and in? ? t ? ith lb? !?..':? -t and mosl exten? sive ?ale. I?, side ti.?- above Mr. 1 *? -1. i ? has prep?ned ?'?<-. emie, Klin barb, M .-.'?..?i... Sai>aparilla, and Ipecac 1."":?.??, .n..l fancy Loxenges ol every il?.?*i-riptIon. P in. ? il oilices in ihi? city r-:? Broadway and l-"' Liberiy-st. V?_enL*?Ring, 53 Fulton: llutchings, l.'??1 Bowery; Owen', ? o Bow f. >'? i?.--! lui K. SEGUK'S I.KSToi:\Tl\i:. This i* principally nn Egyptian Medicine, iiitro?luct*d t.v Dr. S'-L'iir m this turn?. Ii isa t.i.-t iiufiortant lobe un* .!.r-i???iil. ?n rstimatiog happiness, a* well as health, dial u? die present slate of S??ciet.v a Ihil'"- ptirtion nfnur ?.uiTerings, !?<>tl? bully ,*ni?l mind, are ol Dyspeptic .-Itar.i.-ti-i .ni?f origin. When, from indigestion .nui oti><'i causes, noniishmeii? m tl,.- ?system becomes deficient, and \ ital energy i? r??duc< ?I to ? point where Its economy is disturbed by liin?ui?! or unna? tural a. t!".i, dyspeptic symptoms b?*gin n? lie nerc?pfi??l?? m restlessn? ?< without pain, and pain without ?ppar**nt can??." -, .i.i.l requiring aid reaching beyond the ? tli-i-t to ihe orig'iniu cause. For all ihi? class of cases, ibis medicine lia.? Iieen t"i!i"i!. I.?- a v-ery apprpprlnie ami sn**?**csifill (*t*n>e?ly. . Ifsdiaracter and effect mny'-7e.-1imat.-1l m some meaiun i n>m it? unusual in?.! (.e."uliar properties: 1. Its in?i.?t j??*rfei*t t-U'ect Is esp?*rieiKe?l wliwi? taken ?nul acting in connectira with ihe food. 2. Nourishmeui i? generally ?iwreiiised during its n??-. 5. The longer it Is used the le??s is required to produce ill" .inn." ? iV-.A. The follotving certificate is ??'b.-ctetl, which it is tlinughl amplv ?noves tin? superior efficacy of this valuable i**. dicil.e: Nkw-York, Sept 21, IcHO. Messrs. A. It. ?V I) Snnds:?Gent ?Foreighl vin? Ju H under the care of diflerentpbysicinn', someol th< m flu mo '? rlistinguisheil, and my complaint ballled all tln-ir ?kill. I ivas considered by some to lie laboring under tin- Liwr c-?mplaini, arul by others t?? be under a mow but certain ?It clin??. ?My disiress wasso gr?ai ai lime** thai death it.*t-!f would noi have lie.m an unwelcome visiter. Bvery tl.ii?.' I ?a. i nusetl great ?llstress, and at lim?s I spit l.l?i'??i in lar.'e quai tiiie.?. and I?''?!?.'?! u\iou myselfas a candidate for ..r.otler world. Through your advice I was induced In give Dr. Segur".? Pills a trial. I commenced taking ihein after ?u-b meal, and al'ierihe first few do*es found in* .li-tr.??n lieved. I cnntiiuied their use gradually diminishing the quantity until I came, to ?In without ihein, and the dijtr?? had entirely leftme. It is nearly n ? irsince I rcinvrrti! my henllh?anil it i? my advicetwal ? .iaiilarlv?l :!..?;. 'I. to u:e this excellent me?iicine. la ti vours, sincerely, ?ELIZA REYNOLDS, (?13 llrnome-it. The following editorial notice from the ."*. M. \? ?'.?<? -'? lected from Htlivr* <?; a dmilar ch irai 1er, a- proving iatli'" rnost conclusive manner the superioi ? thc.icy of tlii? valua Me medicine. Da. SectiR's Restorative.?We lake pleasure in callio? tilt; atiention'ofour patrons to this truly remnrkableprenar ration. It rlaini* n?> kindred to-the nostnim- of "the '?lay? having had it? ??riyin hi generations of old. The medicine .? principally Egyptian and by that reinarftal-!?*, people win iisi'dwith uniform sa?-.?-?? in all cases of indigestion or "?'fj* the vital ewrjry is reiluc? i. ii acts a? Nature'shand-mildi bringing all ihe functions to a lit id thy state. In Dyspep?? if i? invaluable. Sold at wholesale ami retail by \. I!, ?v D. Sand?, Drus ?<-?-. 7'1 Fullnii-st. comer ol Gobi, and 100 Fulion-itreei AI??) ?old bvAbraahm ti. ??anils, ii ?''?, 27> Broadway, Granite Buildings, corner of Chambers-street; David Ssn??* .'. ('??..'7 Ka-t IJ?..a?I??;.y, corner of .Market-ireei ; Itudi '"?I b A-piii'vaii : Kin-.* & ?'a corner of Broadway as? <:-.-if .l-?tri.--t-, J. VV*. Smith, Brooklyn: (.'. Van-scliooi????. Albany? Wee? I "? "?Vaters. Troy; Dr. David Jayne, ? Souih-thtnl street, Philadelphia; Dr. Baldcrson, Baltinwrf. Price .y> cents small, $1 large sue. m2rS lin ?7> OMAN EYE BALS?VjM for \Vcak and ? ?i IM-'I. IMED KYES.?Ophihalmia,orinamninatiorifl. '-. ?? .-.i- ui two kinit?: oue proceed ?ii!1 froiDdlyraswollheejf? .. ;>??'-.i'v-iaini'T, or fr. ?m ?iiM.n... ;i|:|,v ?t:.i.-o! tif ?y?t?-iii;ai>l ibe ?"?the/from external injuries, ?iicfi as blows, ?-?inin.i.;?*1? ar.il wounds on the ey?**t; extnineous l?..l:i*oi' an irriiaiirtji nature iniroduced under tli- eyelids; en|*?osure to \ilea wimls and cold";..?malt inflammatory humor? called ?tv?s. ?vliich rise on the eyeli?!s; various acrid Iunies .-n"i?g * clieinical stimuli, such a? the ?iinike'?! pit crjal,thatof.wo?Wi lurf,"Jkc.; loo 'free a use of vinous or spirituous liquors; tw *-:?'[i!<--?ioihii accustomed discharges; die long appli?-??*^ m a strong li!*!?!. or fixed attention t.; minuta objects; at* an acrimony pre\-ailing in the mass ?>( fluids. Th?* common inflammation of the ??>???? commences *?*? it?*a v-ii.aii?;:i,a? ifjjritty particles ha I insinuate?! luemselves un der the eyelhls accompanied wiih great heat, r?-dn?-?. a'11 pricking,"darting pains. A? ii increas?2s,tbepartr?well,?*u? ?..- vessids of the eye become ??ft only inci*?t_eil in si>.e, aiw turgltl' bntappotr i?n.r>. Humeroasthan in din nato?*al ?t-if Great pain is e?ciled upon the l?-*ast motion of ibe ball of the eve ; the [Mtient cannot l?.;tr ill" light, and an erfii?i.?n ??I* tear* irom the lachrymal gland <.-n*u??. whicb-u-oiso acrid a nature a* to excoriate ? verv part on which it hap? pens lo falL In some cases a di-cJiarge of-thick gluUijoto matter ensuesj which collects in coiisideiable'quantrtieJ al.'iut tin- angles of the eye, particulariy ?iur.o'/ ?leep. VVhrreooIj one eye has been arTected, the inflauinutioii freouenlly ex'ehdiW tl*other. This %-aIualde?al?am bus been used lor many year?, in private |?ni?;tic?, by tli?- nio?t celebrated oculista in ilii?.?*vl ti?r?-;-'i coiintrie?. and may be ioiiri?|.-utiy reheil ujx^.i a*. tlif most'safearid sj*ee?iy cure f?>r weak or inrlanied eyes, an* in_ fnawa.-.v of 'h** above naus?*?, that hasev?erbeen offen?l to the world. Price.77? o'lil?. For sale, wliole.ale ami retail bv DA**/0 SANDS it CO. 77 East Broadway, cor. Marke;-t ! <?,|(! abo bv A. B. V D. S.iihI-, 79 and 1"?. Falt?n ?t- a?" ,\. H. Sand.? k'Co. 'StA Broad way, die only Agents for Ne**-. V.-rk. _ in_D Jiii^ iMPORTANT to CONSUMPTIVES-^ .. New?York,Septemtier ?:l?'; 1841. To Dr. C. H K" Sir?As you have requested m.* to give you an account tt bow your 'Elixir of Life'acted in my ca?e, I cheer^W comply for the li?-n?!it ot others I have' ha?I a cough fvety wini'i-r tor .*?'verii| y-ar?, and always got relief from simpl' herb leas Dlj, l.?.?i winter, neither wne thing aoriheo?? ?????uiifil lo give relief, ami I *.< gradually wasting away having 10 relinquish my l?-i?i(i-??. In this *tai>- I wof ptS" suaded by my friend Mr. Peckto try your Elixir ol U?*? and before 1 bad finished ii??* Ixittle I was noi o?ily cured? my cough, pain in the ch? st, night *wi-at>, but abj?" '" r*' ?nine busimrss. and find myself *o rapiAU ?niprnv?nr tu? my friends are a?tonl?hed, expeciihg to hear of my "''?'"' instead of seeing me i:?-! a.-tiv,- ami f??l.n*t. 1 cnas'ulrr mj-'j ?elf indebt? .1 to y -j ;*?.r tin- saving ol my life, an?! mf ''n'* ?.; tated a-? I was. mav call on PETEK N. ?ELMS, ?9 Tlionip*'""*-*'* Prepare and forsa!-. by C. H. UlN-J? .. m_3 1m 52 Ij'iiiton-stieH, cir. ?.??v HUNT'S VegetabeTonic Candy?A cer? tain cure for.'Fev?r and Ai'tie; in?l??r>-'*'***b'': ""n ??a?"? ?f Weakness an.l Debility. Sold whol^ib* arvi ????-?-* ^ 4?C, Grm?!. orar I'.f.-st. N. Y., ?here may aSffi b?> "?'"?'" addition to a ?zi_eral a**oi__eat of C.meciK nery, '";*-^-, l.ra'.e.j COUGH CA.VDV. -"^ '"' MEDICAL CARD?Dr. W?rr?son, for meriy Surgeon in the Briii*h ?^avv'.'v"a\V^conr:i. t?nlt?d daily at his oifier, mi Fidton-itreet, with ^ iUioce of his ?ictidi. ^