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THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
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CT THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper,
for the Country, K published every Saturday morning, at
the low price of $2 per annum, ia advance.
THE TRIBUNE.
The Comet.?We have received agreatnumber
of communications concerning; the Comet, for
which we have not room. One of the writers sun
gests that the " strange light" is neither a Comet
not a zodiacal light?but the reflection of the Sun
from the snow on the tops of the Rocky Moiic
tains .' A correspondent of the L\ S. Gazette gives
the following account of the appearance of the nu?
cleus, or head, of the Comet which he has succeed?
ed in observing and of the future movements of the
distinguished stranger:
" The nucleus was about 25' south of the star
Z<-ta Ceti, of thethird magnitude, and was of equal
brightness with that star; the tail extended from it
to the feet of Orion. The disc in small telescopes
had the appearance of a planet without nebulous
border; but in the powerful nine feet refractor,
liiere was no appearance of a well defined disc ; on
?be contrary the body resembled a faint cloud with
border gradually fading away; and a deep condensa?
tion in the middle. The comet is doubtless the
same as that which wag seen at the close of the
last month in New England in several places, ft
is moving eustward about three and a half degrees
and southward about one-third of a degree perday,
nearly in the direction of its tail. It may remain
visible perhaps for the rest of the month ; but it is
hat oly likely to retain its present brilliancy, as it is
receding from the Sun and Earth. Its place at
twenty-one minutes and twelve seconds past seven
o'clock, on Saturday evening, was in right ascen?
sion one hour and forty-five minutes and one second,
and its declination south eleven degrees thirty-live
minutes twenty-three seconds. It is understood
that arrangements have been made to observe its
place with care at the observatory. It is on such
occasions that the importance of nn established and
well endowed observatory is felt."
For The Tribune.
The Comet.
Messrs. Editors: The "strange light" in the
rouxh-western sky, whether a Comet or other phe?
nomenon, is certainly not the zodiacal light, to
which most seem inclined to refer it.
The zodiacal light, according to Biot, " is al
jj ways directed in the plane of the solar equator,
8 which is nearly coincident with that of the eclip?
tic;" and "its name is derived from a zone called
the zodiac, extending eight degrees on each side
of the ecliptic, within which zone the luminous ap
pearar ce in question is always comprehended:1
The "strange light" under discussion, instead
of being comprehended within the zodiac, on Sa?
turday evening, touched with the northern side of
tue eastern extremity the star Gamma Eridani,
which is fourteen degrees south of th? equator,
while the southern limit of the zodiac at the cor?
responding point is twelve degrees north of the
equator, thus making the " strange light" twenty
six degrees south of the limit within which tho
mdiacal light is " always comprehended." Those
in the least acquainted with the heavens will ap?
preciate the discrepancy when told that it pointed
to Sirius, instead of to Aldebaran and the Pleiades.
The hypothesis of the zcdiac&l light being thus
entirely out of the question, the decision lies be?
tween a Comet and Borne novel phenomenon, and
the probabilities are almost, infinitely in favor ofj
the former. The only hesitancy is caused by ihe
javisibility of the nucleus, but we may easily sup
po?e tiiis to be hidden by the mists which always
dim tho horizon, and we shall then bo at full liber?
ty to believe it a ir.Bgmficeni "Siman Pure"
Comet. G?
The "Strange slight" Agnin,
HvpROCRSPHlcV? Orncii, March 11,13-13.
Advantage was taken of the clear sky this mort."
ing to examine tho disc of the sun for the spot
which so much attracted our attention and excited
our speculation a few days ago. It was gone!
Subsequent observations may enable us to deter?
mine whether or not this spot was the nebula of a
Cornet.
The wind was high and the sun unobscured after
10 A. M , and, though the day was very unfavor?
able for observations, search for the Comet was
diligently renewed. It could not be seen.
From sunset till the stars came out, our tele?
types were intently pointed to the western sky,
with the hope of catching at least a glimpse of the
Comet through the fading twilight. But wo were
compelled to content ourselves with admiring the
wonderful beauty and grandeur of it* train, the
first traces of which were seen at Gh, 2m. sidereal
lime. At6h. 28m. its greatest breadth was 1 dcg.
'0 min., as nearly as could be ascertained, for the
bright moonlight rendered the measurement imper
f?cl The curve, before described, was again seen
this evening, and in the same position, but much
noro indistinctly. At ten minutes utter 9 o'clock
Ac tail had not gone down, but had gradually fad?
ed away in the haze of the west.
Comparing my own observations with the ac?
counts which have already reached us from differ?
ent parts of the country, there appears now to be
but little doubt but that this i? the tail of a Comet,
lad that tho head itself has been seen at mid-drty
Bftbe Last with tho naked eye; if so, for length
?f tail and magnitude of nebula, it may be classed
Unong the most remarkable that have ever Bppo?r
?? In the year 43, B. C , historiafis tell us of a
hairy star that was seen by day light. In the year
A. L). 1402, two Comets were seen in bioad day,
ad the tail of one of them at noon. Tycho Brahe
hoovered u Comet by dasiight in 3577. Ihe
hornet of 1744 could be seen in tho day time with?
out the aid of glasses. Its tail, though not so
?og as this, was curved, and formod an arc of 90
Agrees; though, for a part of the time, it had
several tails, the length of which varied from 30
degrees to 40 degrees.
The Comet of 1CS0. the most celebrated of mo?
dern times, had a lail computed at from 70 to 90
?pg. That of 1618 had the largest tail on record,
101 deg.; and this vies with that in length.
"The tail," says VtNCE, in his Astronomy,11in?
creases as the Comet approaches its perihelion;
^mediately after which, it is longest and most lu?
minous, and then it is a littlu bent and convex to?
wards those parts to whi.'h the Comet is moving;
'?to tail then decreases.''
If this Comet has obeyed this rule, it has already
?oubled the Sun, and is now on its way back, to be
*?*ia Ion in the regions of space.
M. F. Ma?RY. Lieut. ?. S. Navy.
[Na:. Intelligencer.
Relations withBeluium.?-Official notice has
k*n received by the Collector, that the decree re
issued by" the Belgian Governm&nt, imposing
^tra duties upon vessels of the United, States, has
repealed by a proclamation, dated January 7,
?3(3. It will be remembered that this deereo was
Ujjfcd by the Belgian Government in consequence
a misapprehension about our laws as applied to
Belgian steamship British Queen.
L,adie*> Fair_l^ie Ladies of the Central R.
r-Uurcn, ?fooklyo, (Rev, Dr. Brodbead's,) propose to
_ 5*9 a Fair tor the sale ot Useloi ui?d Fancy Articles, on
I ^Wnouay, Thursday and Friday, 15th, 16th aatf 17lb iniL,
?v>m 1 to 10 o'clock, F. M., in the School Koomattached to
ft ? Church, in Henry sueel, near Clark. The proceed* of
?ip ol Ul* Ladies wdl be applied to the aid of this in
*-l Congregation, which still cceds tee fosiertn* support
w Inend! of Zum. m!4 Wt.,
BY GREELEY & McELRATH.
VOL. II. NO, 288;
Lake Champlaij:.?The Whitehall Chronicle
?ays that the fare on the Cbamplain steam packets
from Whitehall to St. Johns is to be reduced" at the
opening 0f navigation from $5 to $4. The dis?
tance is 150 miles?less than from ibis city to Al?
bany, and yet the fare has thus far been enormously
high. It should be borne in mind, however, that
packets on Lake Cbamplain far surpass any others
on the American waters in the 3plendid style in
which they are finished and provided. A large
increaso of travel, however, will certainly follow a
reduction in the fare.
CCP " The Bird ok Italy '' is the title of a
new semi-monthly Musical Periodical of which we
have received the first number. It is published by
W. E. Millet, 329 Broadway, and will be edited
ay Sig. Candida Chianei, and will he devoted ex?
clusively to original Piano and Vocal music.
(O3 Benjamin D. White was tried for the mur?
der of his father in March 1C42, at Batavia, Gene
sec Co. on the 2d inst. in the Over and Tervniner.
The prosecution was conducted by J. H. Martin
dale, Esq., District Attorney, ard the defence by
CJen. J. A. Verplank and D. H. Chandler, E*q.
'~ he defence set up was insanity ; but the Jury, af?
ter an absence of five hours on the 5tb, brought in
a verdict of " Guilty." A correspondent of the
Courier says that '' A more deliberate, unnatural
and wickrd murder, it is believed, can scarcely be
found in the annal.? of crime; and, thanks to the
uprightness of the Judge, to the unfaltering into
rity t)f the Jury, it -will have its reward. The
Court will pass sentence upon the prisoner to-mor
row morning."
KP R. H. Collycr, a Mesmerist of some noto?
riety, in a letter to Dr. Elliotson of London, re?
lates nn experiment performed by himself, in which,
he says, the lady whom he magnetized " was re?
quired tD look into a cup of molasses, and when
the angle of irradiance from his brain was equal to
the- angle of reflection in her brain, she distinctly
>aw the image of his thoughts at the point of coin?
cidence." Wc have not explored very deeply the
cause of this phenomenon, but unless we mistake
it entirely, the 'image' of the Doctor's thoughts
might be btill more clearly seen in a cup of sap.
Suppose that fluid be used in the next experiment.
QU'The New-Jersey Railroad Company have
reduced the commutation between New-York and
Newark, Elizabethtown and Railway, respectively,
to $50 a year.
DCf" The Little Rock Times says: By a gentle?
man from Fort Washita, we learn that ;i warlike
expedition against the Camanchee Indians, hns
been planned by several hands, living on the fron?
tier, the Shawnees, Delawares, Caddos and Kyches.
They were preparing for an invasion of the Ca
manchee country, so soon as the grass should be
tall enough to ensure sul-si. tenca for their horses.
Abolition of Slavery in Uraguay.?Uruguay
has abolished slavery within its territory. A decrei
of the Government dated 12th December, 1842.
thus commences : " From and after the promul?
gation of the present resolution, there are no
slaves in the territory of this Republic." So
muy it be with all republics. ' The whole civilized
world is arraying itself against the atrocious curse
of slavery. [American.
TLLLNERY GOODS.?The subscrih
,___ er is now opening an entire New Stock of Milliner]
Goods, comprising a choice assortment of .new,styles, ana
cheap articles just Irotti the auction rooms, all of which will
be M>ld at the very lowest prices for Cash.
Artificial Fiowers?me c_se p.r Francois I, just received
the riebesteyer offered in this market; ami for sale by
mlO2W* A. H. COLLIS. 0' Kenxer st.
S~ llEET LEAD, LEAD PiVe, &c. <fec
The subscriber manufactures at Ins works, and has
con-tantly on band at his store, No. 175 Front-street, a full
supply and assortment ol Patent Lend Pipe fertile Croton
Water, Saeet Lend, Pig and Bar Lead. lied Lead, and
Litharge. Also, Government; Banca and English Tins, for
sale in lots to suit purchasers by
SAMUEL G. CORNELL,
mlO lw* corner Burliag slip and Front-street
SXXA?A s?m?oiTQu7\i:rr y
^P*-*- m) \ f of broken, egtt, stove and nut su- CO\L,
broken from lumps,handsomely screened, and d liyeied
tree df cartage, at the reduced pi ice of $4 50 per ton. Or?
ders received at ihe Sugar Refinery, 23 LeonirdTSHvet, and
at the yard, 215 West-street corner ol f rankl n. Also small
Nut Coal at $J 50 per ton. TV LEE it MAPES.
ml to mlS*_
OiTTi CASKS of LIME, ef a good quat
OuUity
250 casks ol North River Lime
120 barrels offend Hydraulic Cement
100 bbds. of ontUacked Lime, tor manure.
Anv part ol it will be sold or exchanged for groceries, dry
goods, crorkery, hardware, holiow-wnre.carpets, iurniture.
so^p, candies or provisions. Address BAR I ER, at the p*
rice of The Tribune._
?G?ERRIAN MINIATURES OF
every sizes? copies of Pictures, Statues, Busts, Stc.
_c. taken (in ail weather) bv _
Mrs TOWNSEND,
No. - -5 WV>t 19th street, near Bib avenue.
N.B. Perfect likenesses may be had for Breastpins, Lak?
e's, Bracelets. Rines. A.c._mn 3
PlAMO PORTES? Tuued for Eifty
CENTS?W. C. RAYNER tunes Piauo-Forte- in
ar.y nart ol the City for 5n cents: Aho, ?ives instruction on
the Piano and singing on moderate terms. Apply throngn
the D-^patch post or personally at his residence No. 2-. - irst
Avenoe._m6
PEACH ORCHARD NUT CO?L ofI
the first qnal.tv Also Broken, Kgg and SwVeaites,
at the lowest market prices. WAUL) it BROW N E,
IU7 411 Washington cr. Lain hi s'.
M""ORISON'S TTygeiaa"Medicines.??
NOTICE.?Whereas, A. A. Sarasnos, of Si Broad?
way New-Vork, i? making an improper use o!.Messrs.
Mcrison - Co.'s nopoiutment for toe sale o! tberr Mem
einen. This is, tlierefore, to inform ihe public that Mr.
Samaaosis not aathorited to sell ' MORISON'S PILLS?
in New-York,and that Messrs. Morrisons' only Agents In
New-York axi Messrs. FIRTH it ILALL, of No. 1 Frank
Lin square, troxa whom alone the Me_cia^6 CM be hadgea
(Signed) . MORlsON k CO.
Dated British College of Health, Ntw Road, Londar,
Jnn- lRh, tMg. _ 'ratr
tTIRGiNIA & NEWCASTLE COAL
Y FOR BLACKSMI I'HS.-Cocstraatly on band the
above named Coals, for blacksmiths use and ntanaractunug
nnroo.es?for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, by
pu.po WARD k BROWNE, 4H Washington.
m7 corner of Leitrhi st
AMITY SCHOOL.?This institution
"will commence its seventh annual coarse May 11th,
oder thedareetioi bfMBss Ann F. Day.. Pupils will be re
ceivedat any lime previous on applicauon
No. 11 Amity street._fjBeodam
CROTON WATER?Miller & Coates,
Plumbers. 115 Grand street, 2 doors Eastol Broad
rSSS. T'r-Vd Lead, Comp?siti-n and Iron Pipes
Qiwk ABARKELS OF LIME, or the
Tribune f Ihae.e. ___
?Y Special AppoUiUaeay..
T03EPH GUXOTT.i'enManuiacturer
?J TO THE QUKEN.-CALTTION.-The btgh chara-.
t, u now in the mark wl It ca* readily fee detected, ojih
_oiin_-e4 appearascc, and the very exsnmon style m wra_
U Observ^* the genuine Pens are are all marJred in faD-j
"Joseph Oiilott'sPatent," or "Joseph GtHaR, w-axranted;
and that each gross boars a tac simUe of his s.r nature.
The above aaay be had, wholesale,of hen R- JKSSUr
jyL5 ly ?1 JohiJ-atren, comer ot Gold.
OFFICE NO. 160 1>
VE W>YORK, WEDNESDAY
Soeial Science.
[From ihe Frieaus of Association. J
Important Soeial movement.
On the 27th of October last a Convention was
I held at Oakland. Clinton county. Ohio, " to dis?
cuss measures of Sccia! Rpform and Human Pro?
gress, and to concoct measures for removing the
causes of the existing evils of Society. " This Con?
vention was organized by the appointment of A.
Brook of Oakland, 0., President, fifteen Vice Pre?
sidents, individuals distinguished for their active in?
terest in the cause of Humanity, and who have ad?
vocated views of reform in different directiuns.?
John A. Collins, of Boston, Mass., Corresponding
Secretary; Joseph Lickens.of Marlborough, 0, Re?
cording Secretary; an Executive Committee of five
persons, and upward of sixty Associate Corres?
ponding Secretaries. After an excited and deeply
interesting discussion of two days, a Constitution
for the government of the Society, (then formed.)
to be called " The Society for Universal Inquiry
and Reform," and a series of powerful resolutions,
setting forth the objects of the Society, were
tidopted.
Oar limited space allows us only to give an ex?
tract from the Preamble to the Constitution and
Resolutions. 'rhe Society adjourned to meet in
the City of New-York about the middle of May
next.
Believing that all the afflictions, miseries ard
suffering* of the human family, are the necessary
consequences of the violation of unchanging prin?
ciples, or of the invasion of human rights, and not
the " will and good pleasure " of tho benevolent
Creator, and that the existence and overturning of
nations and the downfall of empires, are but the
evidences of the transgression of his laws, and be?
lieving that we do not fully discharge our duties to
him, nor to our fellow men. uhen we merely hear
with present evils, without endeavoring to secure
their removal, and behoving that the evils can
never bo removed but by removing the causes, and
believing those causes, as we have stated before,
lie not in the arrangements of the Creator or the
laws of Nature, but in the violation of the princi?
ples of his government, the invasion of human
rights or the infraction of the laws of our being,
and that war, slavery, intemperance, licentious?
ness, gluttony, pride, cavetousness, poverty and
pauperism, disease, pain and pestilence, arc but
the more palpable manifestations, the bgi'imate
and inevitable results of the present organization of
?ociety; and believing that it is to natural laws
that we must refer for explanation of events, and a
knowledge of natural iaws alone will enable us to
produce desirable events, and believing that hu?
man right* are bused unoa and defined bvthe law?
of our being, and that, without a clear, distinct,
?md perfect knowledge of these, we cannot under?
stand the causes of the evils wo wish to remove,
nor the eternal principles upon which a transcpnd
aut order of things can be peimanently established,
therefore, resolved, &c.
We have lotely received the following letter
from the Corresponding Secretary, John A. Col?
lins, Esq. :
\ / Boston, Feb. 20th. 1843.
A. Brisbane Esq. '. ? Bear Friend?-l have
just mailed a .newspaper to your address, which
contains the proceedings ?f a Reform Conven?
tion, recently hold in Clinton Co., Ohio. You
should have been apprised of this sooner, but ill
health is all the apology I have to offer for the de?
lay. You will perceive that your name is added to
the list of officers. You may not harmonize with
all the details of the Society Vproceedings. I am
confident, however, that you will be deeply inter?
ested in the great object it has in view, namely :
the complete restoration of the whole family of
Man from its piescnt fallen, degraded and brutal
condition. In cvpry part of the globe Humanity
lies crushed and bleeding. The greatest portion of
ihe eight hundred millions, which, at this moment
inhabit this great Store-house of suffering, wrong
find outjage, called Earth, are penny less and desti?
tute, in a state of partial or absolute slavery, de?
graded almost to the condition of brutes, and are
the mere instruments, in the hands of the great a-sd
the ambitious, for the gratification of their selfish
propensities. The one class is forced to incessent
toil and drudgery to secure a pittance from those
who have monopolized the earth and its products.
The other class is forced to devote their time ir.
devising ways and means and maturing plsrns to
preserve their possessions, and to keep the Masses
in subjection. Instead, therefore,of making them?
selves acquainted with ths natuie of Man, his
wants and desires, all the faculties of Man, and the
mighty energies which he possesses, have, from the
necessity of the case, been exerted to resist, on the
one hand, the encroachments of Wealth and Bow?
er, and oa the other, of inventing and exercising
new Instruments of Oppression. Every man's in?
terest is antagonistical re his neighbor, and what is
true of individuals U also true with respect tu na?
tions.
Poverty and riches, scarcity and abundance, in?
telligence and ignorance, urnnny and servility,
every where destroy social harmony, while war,
murder, piracy, slavery) robbery, ftnud, disease and
premature death, and a long catalogue of evils,
constantly mar the peace and harmony of Society.
An organized Church and Stale, in some form or
oth*r, have always existed, and been regarded as
remedial; but upon analysis, we find that they oper?
ate as causes to perpetuate the very evib they are
designed to remove. The State, instead of har?
monizing Society to the natural wants of Man, has
sought to suppress his passions, by pains and penal?
ties : and the Church, considering the stale of So?
ciety in which Man is placed, as the best that can
exist in this world, has written him down a de?
praved being, endeavors to reconcile him to his pre?
sent condition, promises him a blissful future, if he
will love his God, honor his King and yield implicit
obedience to all the requirements of the Church.
Man is conscious that he was created for a mare
exalted Destiny. The intuitions of his own Nature
bid him throw off his chains, and rise from the
dust- Tho millemum of the sacred writers and the
golden age of the poets, have buoyed up the droop?
ing heart in every age and every condition of life.
The harmony of the material world, its ability to
supply our wants, and the constant swelling up of
the Soul fcr a purer asd better State, convince
every reflecting mind that a benevolent Creator de?
signed Man for Happiness in the present state of
existence, in spite of all the teaming* ef the
Church.
That the Paradise of Eden is to be regained at
some period or other, there are but few who doubt.
By what peculiar means this Heavenly boon is to
be secured, is yet altogether problematical.
b a A _sl
NASSAU-STREET.
HOBXIAG, STARCH 15, 1813.
[We, the Disciple-* of Fourier proclaim that b<
has discovered and clearly demontrated the means
The boon?the Paradise itself will be the Mora
Harmony of the Passions in Associative Unity?th?
Kingdom of Heaven which comes tu u? in this ter?
restrial world.]
Ignorance is the handmaid of suffering and crime.
Ail the suffering of the Race is the necessary pen
airy for the viola'.icj.n of the immutable laws of the
Deity. Tn ascertain then, what these laws are,
and our relation to them, to the external world, and
to each other, constitutes the great principle of Re?
form. Philosophers. Legislators, and Ecclesias?
tics, have overlooked this. The true philosophy
of Reform is to ascertain and remove the cause
which produces a ?iven wrong. The temperance,
abolition, and non-resistance reformers have adopt?
ed this principle. Each class discovered that the
criis peculiar to each system were the legitimate
effects ot the sytem itself, which, in some form or
other must exist, as long its the great cause was al?
lowed to remain undisturbed. Hence the attack
upon the system which allows one man to hoid an?
other as property?hence their assauitupon physic?
al resistance, under all circumstances. But upon
a deeper iaxestigation, we lind that war, slavery,
and intemperance an but the ejfccts of some Cause
lying-farther back. May nut siuvciy, war, intem?
perance, poverty, theft, caste and crime in almost
every form, be traced back to one great cause I At
present the object of the whole race may be reduced
down to one principle of action?namely to live!
To procure the means of subsistence ; to satis!} the
artificial demands of society ; to lay up something
for future wants, and to leave for their children an
inheritance which shall enable them to resist the
encroachments which society always makes upon
the helpless and unprotected, is the great object of
life.
The rimes demand the existence of an Associa?
tion which will not be satisfied with the pruning off
the branches of the tree of evil, but will, with a
giant's power lay the axe at its root, that root,
trunk and branches may perish together. To ac?
complish this work " The Society of Universal In?
quiry and Reform" was instituted. By the 2d ar?
ticle in the Constitution you will perceive that the
platform is broad as humanity itself.
? The Letter closes with a Series of twenty in?
quiries relating to the state of Society and the con?
dition of Mankind, which have been addressed in
circular form to persons taking an interest in human
progress for the purpose of obtaining information,
upon which to base a plan of operations.
ff ANTEB?A Partner in a Land Kx
thuit'/e Commission Ortice; is of longstanding
an-i <i protitibl'" concern. J30o will purchase an interest?
Addre-s Farmer, j'ribitue omce, wurn writ" ue wutrrTrOctt
io. _rnl4 St*
ANTED?A man to zo to New Ha
??.?Ii, Conn., wbo ba* a iboroaicn kuo-v>,iir?- m lutiw
w
ing, glaring and burning Kardien or lied Ware. Oae lha
1i.t? bail s.inie experience in making Portable Furnaces will
h$ preferred. 'Ida man that can give satisfaction this will
be a wary iiedrabie situation, as permanent employment
will be given. Apply ai 71 Fulton street. ml4 1w*
ANTED.?Two rooms with board
for two geHtlemen. in a respectable family or pri?
vate boarding 1imu-c. Address P..V H. at thisoriW. ml33i*
WANTED?An industrious man, (with
a fam?y woal?! be preferre<\) capable of taking
cSinge of a Tavern at a Ferry on Rock Itiver, Illinois, ami
cpllivating a Farm With such a person who has senn
means, a vry invornile arrangement would be made ov
application at No- 2 Liberty St up stairs._m!3 Iw
LADIES' SCHuQL FOR SALE,
on moderate terras For particulars, aridre-s O P
at litis effice._'_nil '. 2f
A LADY from Paris (France) is desirous
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Also, a foil assortment of Hardware, Cutlcrv, r?ails,
tc CHARLES OSBORN,
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TO MACHINISTS & MECHANICS
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GEOltviK P. MOIUtls. Editor and Prop.ietor,
nihl 3h*_ No. 4 Ann-st near Hmadwuy.
IN Dt >W ?HAOtl? f^f -WINDOW
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ate now prepared u> -\- rule nil orutrslor Pa<ntuig^if every
description, with bea less^cd ?od\ and..despatch.
All kinds ol'Mgu ifeuuinjf done in a stvh- not lobs sur?
passed by any other estabhsbmcnt. Gold signs, warranted
n a 'o ta.If. A lar^e assortment of weil seasoned Slga
8 wrds always on band.
Banners Interior Decorations and Transparencies done to
order: Designs, tanus - <? a..d executed tu a sopecioc style.
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Transpireu Decorative Window Rhedes. Straugeis In the
ci:y. keepers o; liotels, salrx>ns, public places ul r?^ort, and
lannlies, can Hlwsy, supplied willi ??!:ade!? o! tbe best de?
scription, nnd warranted Tfee assortment consists of splen?
did luiian Landscapes, Wild Vignettes, h'rmicb Scrolls,
Vignettes ani l.'o-etie Centres, scriptural Vie"., Fancy
Site cb and Gothic Lindscapi' Centres, Ttnlero Abbeya?
All kinds 01 Shades, no mattt r b ? u oirhcult, are pauited iu
1 superior style at ?H esUblishmedt
1'hey would likewise call tue aiieiilioa of tlie public to a
most splendid Gothic SbaUe,gol up in gooH iityle, and war?
ranted to please.
The trade giT.< rally supplied on libeial terms.
Trimmings tarnished ami Shades fixed if required.
RAKTOL k DE AtAUNV
-^<MUEL F. UtRTOL.
Lewm K. D? .Mawy JU tt
.01 >vest ElOH i ftfOTli-sTKatT,
tt *fc7?9."n4iid lor'i dvenrntts,
npHE Subscriber rcspectt'uily calls the at
JL '.entloii of ibe pulilic 10'the grein eiflefy of articles
rnanu facia red attbia e lahlishanntr^sooh as Stonx-Ware,
K.trthk-sf? Warb, PoiiTAllLC Ft'RS.iCBS, ClIIMMKY pots,
GaKK.v-Uofse '?'tt>e, Pi?waa Pots, Ovkn Tile, Backs
and Jams, Kihk Wrick, i.c Ate.
As this Is d.e nnfy eitabUttrm? nt of the kind in the city,
where die abovi aj tlcles are taanui^rtured, the public are
^ytytt^ti fj .; ; 5^SlS|t{> promptnes
N. B. A great improvement has been mane in Pgktablk,
S'crmacxs and die .-iie? enluru'rd, arxl warranted superior
1? ?nv told in ibis city. WASHINGTON SMITH.
m6 ln>?_
a vil. hivJriAKDSuN'? ?HERRY
?^J WIVE BITTE KS.?Tke following are a few 0*
Uie editorial noiic? s:
From the Boston Morning Post.
Dr. Rlchaidson's Stu i-ry \t ine Bitters are nn excellent
medicine. Wehnve taken a bottle of idem, and are nbout
it n years youngei (m our feelings) than we were a month
i ago
From th?- Bci.kerhilt Aurora, Ciiarlesfown.
J Da- Iti<.HA?osori's BiTTBaa ?Tin: Edirnr of tbe Post has
bee,1 liii'lf 1,-b-ei v- ir- \ r>u::-;'er by in- u<e of one b?t*
Ltic Ol 1).-. Rfcbarflsoo'i Bitters, ,'i'tiese Bitters are quite
popular, and Drove highly beneficial. The Editor of tbe
Post is certainly good authority in such a case, and his per?
sonal experience should go far toward establishing tbe Doc?
tors (^'/inp-a.id.
Krom Uie Es-sex Banner and HaverbUI Adverliser.
Tbls i- liter -.e i- jo far i.iv use of tili? v i ottlne medicine.?
[l is tne most site and entcuiai fan |1y oseot' {ne.fordiseasea
wnlcu ii> nr. s 10 cuVe, bst base vet1 been discovered ?
Ups composed of different root! and pi nt*. We like tbe
bitters because ibty are nu quack, but prepared by a regu?
lar practical physician, who -ays but very little nbont ihenr
bimself, but leave* it li.r r:i".,e wiio us^ them 10 make tbeif
own ?laiemenuol tl ?.ir bciteflenteffects upon die system ?
We h ive ju.-t u-ed the ln?t i)l <nii liottie. woich we purchas?
ed bom our ol his agents, whose name will be loumt on the
ntsideofour ps|M;r. \ month ?'^0 ?ve could aehher run,
li^'bt. sing, halloa, oauc-virgn t > work, v;itliOui leeln,^ lhat
our day s were S' on ti> be numbered amontf ihoise that irre
not. Butibev Bittershrjve CUrt and we feel as ii we
had be? n bor? again, and can say, :n our own peculiar
slyle, " begone doll care." losuil dorse v*-; an<l those wbo
wish to feel so loo muni recoil to Rtcharasbn'i Bitters, or
there is 11? help fur Ibem.
From it e Lowell Patriot.
To the alK>ve we c'ie-nuily add< u own testimony of the
efHcacy of Richardson's iiiiteis. '1 bey are ejreiieiii for
all lite purposes -ir which Ibey ure reccmonod id,
BZj* For -n!e. wtn.b-sale and retail,by A. Ii i. D. SANDS,
General Agents, ~9 rnd l.aj Pullou tu\ also sold by D.
Sands it Co. Nu. T7 East Kronrtway ; A. 11 E aadj !t Co.,
Np. 273 Broadway ; G.issuer it Young, No. 132 Cba?MBUa
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C~ CHEESE ALAN" 13 "ARABIAN BAi^
/ SAM?For thee ui? of every kind of wouihIj,sprtyiii,
sores, burns, coughs, sore lungs, the most desperate piles,
and rheumati'm ol mi k^nds. Il will prevent the toothache,
rekore. torpid and periibed limbs, niirTjoiin, numbness.
iiC-. and can I ? depended up>n to relieve soreness In all
casts.
This valuable medicine has been very extensively used
for tbe 'as. tea years, white i:s increasing deowod, the uni
venc. 1 s oi l.1. i n il I 1- givei. and the testimoiry of a ninlti
tuet ol i..<;,vi ;i tja in the first stauding in tbe community,
wpobava it .-<? a ul infallibly proved its edicicy, show
mat it need j < nl) b hi In d 10 prove its invaluable excel?
lence, linl . 1!,^;: w .o have ever U.ed the Bal*am prx* It
so highly thai f will not be Induced under nny eonsiJcr
atjod lo 'do wttlmin it. This Balsam has attracted the atten?
tion of men (A tckoce, ai l physicians and surgeons of tbe
greate-l scieniilic a< <sji-- meols give it their unqualified ap
pmbadoo; white many of tuem iu dirlerent sections of the
United Suu-h i <? ??? u ? U in Jjelr practice, aad bate author?
ized the public* ?}on 01* their certrncfttea.
LEITER FROM OU. HEMINGWAY.
WuiT.sii.Y -. PoiWT, April 3, 1838.
Dear Sir:?Believing your Arabian Balsam to We one of
lue liest family medicines in ?v, I Hate the following case,
viz: Harry Green, of Triangle, Bruome Co, ^boonhiriy
years r?f yge, during the ?.uiumrr ol 1835 became afflicted .
villi the Ague and Fever, which continued iu ravages
more than ? year, ami reduced hjm to a very deficite ?;9le
ol he.Hi'j. In April', IMS, h lenn; .iied In a supparatiag
l?m on be baca, in the iegi-;n <<i (t^kkteeys; which,00
being po- ctot d, il sal arged a iarge quaalhy of fetid on
healthy matier, aad irorn that ihoe it ^ssuraed a tistulous
form, peneuaiii two or three inch< - into ;? e flesii of iha
back. He tried rt jrreat v&riery of r?-niedif?, beside* having
tbe advice of tbe best pbwkbtas, wiiliout the least betMint, '
and ft was pronouncedineurable. In the fall of 1837 be ap
liejj to me, arid, alter r^xaorjfaiag the case, I gave him a
sm di bottle of ynur Arabian. Ba . n, directing uirn to ap?
ply it ri.'t.dy; adaafter ttsiagHbree or 1 jr hall {?tttes be
was cared,a><4 1 am auib fnxed ..j .ir.'.e tb-u bii health is
fuhy restf>red, and that no res?ge of disease remains.
/ Whb respect, H. HE H1N6WAY, M. D.
XjT Pure: a-ers should Wq-.i-v tor Uie tra?* article by
nin ^.e wbO> natra?t < -- seraan's Arabian Balsam?and
?ec ibat it ia?-. aij uume wnueii iu m> o ao handwriting
across ihe prmied directions, on the w apper of every
buttle. E. CHRKSKMAN.
XjT ScJrJ at wbolnwie- and retail by A. B. 4t D. SANDS,
Deu'/.-Un, 7^ and 100 Fuiuai-street, 'j7'd 8r;<i iway, and ft
East Bioaoway. i'nc?-}l large sire, So centa small
tin-._ lafim
ONLY G\.Vt: IT A i- AlR TKMLr
Wea.^k no more ?>f any >n+ than togir?-*"' J dyne's
ExpcctoraMt a Mir trial, and r i !oes -.ot car" she various
diseases for which it is recommitted, *on?*r *a'1 olor* ey
fectually theiB any other medicine Uj?t *?" **** t)*en ol*
fered to the publ c, the proprietor is ?Wibng to undergo any
penalty, however severe, the t ?*!*?-"ZJ^Zlg
impose upon him. It has, it v'dl, tsad a.can carecougtaf,
cofcs asthma, brouchiiis, ble|5*gf^ the ^^^W
SSS*, ^-^^Z ?KSl?l?t?.tS
m.ist hopeless ca=es oi ro*?o.d?-iO'V w'**" ' / i J.Zl , Jt
their prescriotioris fail V *? . ^'^"l^
iL Itwdinoi ^/^j^s^^s^^^Sd
^V^S^S^i ** B^way, Ne^yorh.
Pric-$1 p-rba"1*- _l_ ?
ftim^ViTOW WORLD SHO?LL>
1 knlw it dial Dr. fXWtSIS KXPECTORAKT k a
r^nla rare i*t astunui, a^?d trat for coogtw. colds, con
wmDt on wb ?p?ngeough,croup, o*?iichiilModev?.ryo<b.
erd^ea-e.'f the Longs or throat it is sure to j^oduc* the j
mosi decided- benefit, ft is reeoBtmended by Uiousands,
who haw.ri d ii, aiw! til >ev lb<it it it 1be- besrTvrtedy,
wilfcoui an v exceptioss, for ali Pulmonary Di-ease? that bave
ever been kn<;v c r it ' lways give relief, and cures when
every o?ier means have failed. .
Prefw-red only b? Dr. D. J AY NE, jo South Tbird-street,
Philadelphia, and N'o. 30?5 Broadway, New-York. Price $1
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