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VOLUME I. rUBMSHF.li DAILY BY JAMES GORDON BENNETT, OJJece, y?. 4S JSaesnu street, brtzifm Beekman mul Spruce streets, opposite Dr. Spring's Ckurch, basement story. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. I qaire ? year, . 1)0 j 1 square 2 weeks, . $2 25 ' " 3 WDiitlit, . 3 00 I "1 week. . 1 75 " 2 months, . 6 09 i "3 days, . 1 00 " 1 mouth, . 3 00 J " 1 insertion, . 0 50 Sixteen lines make e square. invalid read?it mat concern A \OU.? Prisons uh> has-e been injuied by the ton frequent use ofpowrifully stimulating and diastic medicines as Calomel, Lobelia, Gamboge, Hrgean Medicine.s. s-r any other diastic drugs, will by the Use S.f EVANS' CAMOMILE PILLS, find an antidote which will quiet and strengthen their nervous system, allaying all irritability and give general health to the frame. See advertisemeu' on the other page. To be had at 95 Division tL. N. Y. jau 4?If r. LOVEMA.VS B Ala.Vt OK uiluai), roH COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMAS,k. CONSUMPTION ? It is the most approved medicine extant for the radical cure of the aborc disorders. It gives immediate relief to lho,e ivliose constitutions have hern impaired by intemperance and youthful iinprudvneiei, anxiety of mind, and the habits of a fashionable life. It is a most valuable remedy for such di?ea-c? as are attended with the following symptom-, namely : a great straightriess of the breast, with difficulty of breathing, palpitation of the heart, sudden flushes of heal in various parts of the body, at other times a sense of cold as if wsler was poured on them, flying pains in the anus and limbs, back and belly, resembling those occas oned by the gravel; the pulse vety variable, sometimes uncommonly slow at other times very quick, yawning, hiccoughs, frequent s ghing and a sense of suffocation as frutn a ball or lump in the throat, alternate fits of erring and convulsive laughing, the sleep iin-ound and seldom refrethitig, and the patient often troubled with horrid dreams. Much has been said by iutcituted individuals against medicines that are advertised, but the great efficacy of Dr. Lovenian's Balm of Gilead Balm is pronounced by ti e Sledical faculty as a medicine of great efficacy fur the above complaints, and should be in the possession of every person troubled with the above disorders. For sale, by appointment, by Patrick Dickie. 413 Broadway, corner of Lispen.ard it.; J. Syuae. 63 Bowery, cor. Walker si.; and by P. Burnet ja Cos 510 Greenwich it., two doori below Spring it? Price 50 cts. per Iw tie. jan4-tf VERY MAX HIS OW.V DK\T1ST.-It U not necr-sarv t? enlsrjre or eapntialu on the invaluable properties ad Dr. ST ILLM AX'S MAGNETIC A ODONT1CA It it the only preservative for lhete?th, gums .unl mouth. For tale by P. Burnet It Co., 510 Greenwich at. two doors helow Spring, and by Patrick Dickie, 413 Broadway, cor. Lispeuatd st. jan 4-tf PROVE A la la THIXGS.?DOCTOR STILLMAN'S Jl Magnetic OJonlica is an infalliblecure for the Toothache, and restoring the te?th and gum to health and be iuty, and arresting the progress of decaved teeth, and purifying and sweetening the breath. Dr. Slillrnan's Magnetic Odontica has now the sole preference, and is patronised by the medical faculty of the higheat reputation and merit, is rightly heatowed where truth and justice demand it, and every person of an intelligent and thinking mind should use it. The ingredients of which D:. Still man's Magnetic Odoutica is cum* po-ed are perfectly harmless, and it is a health preserver of the teeth, gums, and mouth, and every lover ttfgooJ teeth who value their teeth and wish 'u save them, should not be without iL For sale by P. Hornet ACo., 510 Greenwich street, two iloort below Spring; Patrick Dickie, 413 Bmadwav: and by J. Syme,63 Bowery, corner of Walker street. Price $1. jan4-tf Dr. IsOvema.vm balm or uileao B A L.M.?A Medicine of great efficacy and healing properties, giving muscular strength to the digestive organs. It is procured by incisions from the /nyrb GUtadetuis, orB.aim of Giicad Tree, which is a native of Abyssinia, and naturalized in Syria. The in cisiun of a branch of thr Balm of Gilead Tree yields only thiee or four drons o dir. It is a u on rfit! stimulaiit and exnerlnrnnt giving relief to all lho*e penom who are laboring under consumption, roughs, tslhiua. spitting ?f hlood, lough morning piilrghm. hoarseness, and it a preteiTer of the lung!. The Balm of Gilead Balm should always be uted to t op (he ravages of the above cruel ditnases, and if any medicine laid MM in (he United Staler Pharmacopeia will do any good, thi* it the medicine that will eflect the cure. The medicinal virtue* of the Balm of Gilead Tree are well known by every per*on who lit. any knowledge of medicines, and it known to be I...- iiest medicine fur roughi, cold#, and atlhmat, in all their different stages. Dr. Loreman't Balm of Gilead Ralm, hat now been ettahli<hed Swards uf fortr years. and i recommended by the highest medical racier* fir long standing Cough*. Asthinss, boartenetaett, infections of (he Lungs, (pitting of blood and Influenza. It prod licet all tha astonishing concentrated virtu t of the tret in its highest perfection, and should always be used when thrre it any rhance uf recovery from the above disease*. Its reputation and invaluable properties are too well known to require any further comment. Thousand* in this city can testify that they have been cured of distressing coughs, severe cold*, an I have been invi:orated and restored to the blessing* of pri-tine health and vigor. This vataahle medicine needs only a trial to prove its rfhc icy in r tiering all the above diseases. Numerous certificates might he published of its extraordinary effects, but the proprietor considers 1'ie virtues and properties of the Balsam of Gilead Tree sufficiently well known without IhenL? The immense sa'es of this medicine is a sufficient proof of its being the most valuable of all valuables. Price SO cents per hottle For sale by appointment, by Patrick Dickie 413 Broadway; J. Synie, 63 Bowery corner of Walker sL. and by P. Burnet Si Co. 510 Greenwich street, two dour* below Spring sL jan 4-tf RESGRVE TOUR TfSETfl.?Preserve tour Teetli?and to pr?<eive y.Kir (eeih, a box of Dr. STILLMAN'S MAGNETIC ODOVTICA must be uted. It presents the teeth and gum* front aching and decaying, and renders them aound, healthy nd beautiful, and purifies and sweetens the breath. Upwards of 100.1 boxes hive been sold the last month, and we have never heard "f a single c miplaint?it h w given general satisfaction, fur sale by PATRiCK DICKIE, 413 Broadway, corner of LitCnard street; P. BURNET it Co. 51(1 Greenwich street, 3 doors lowSpr.ng; and by J. SYV1E, corner of Walker street and the Bowery. i?n 4-tf The aiuLi-hufficient dentist.-docTORSTILLMAN'S MAGNETIC ODONTICA i.aclever article fir the Teeth, and should be used by all persons who w.lii* Ih*.ir T?Ik ft* .r ..I- U. P.i-'.-k ni.LI. all D a corner of Lispenard street; J By use, t>3 Bowery, corner of Walki-r tlreet; and by P. Bu net It Co., 510" Greenwich street, two doors bef.w Sprinc street. Price $1.> jan 4-tf ESKHVlNG ATTKKTtON.?THK TEETH: THE TEETH -Etom D/. S. O. Paysick, Surgeon Demist of Philadelphia:? Messrs. Burnet it Co.,?I am not in tj>e habit of tnakrny out certificates of recommendation for any kind of medicine whatever, but a? you had the goodness to present me with a hoi ot Dr. Btillman's Magnetic Odontiea, it would ill become me to withold my unbiassed opinion of such an invaluable preparation for the Teeth. Its medicinal propei tics, from my experience, ate admirably adaptsd to the alleviation of thai excruciatiur pain, the tooth ache; and I believe it to be a health preservative for the teeth and fums, and it cannot be too hig ly recommended to every family who desire cleanliness of the mouth, as well a* to fortify the teeth and rums, which is the most effectual step towards preserving the tenth in a sound s'ate, and preventing that dreadful scourge?the toothariie. The above article is for sde at Patrick DickieU, 413 Broadway, corner of Liipenard st reet; J. Syme's, 61 Bowery,'corner of Walker alreet; and kt,?-jRurnet It Co.'s. 510 Greenwich street, two doors below Spring,,, Price )l. jan 4-tf i^UMI'GA/T.INC; PASTURES AND ODORIEEr-nrsi'i Dliunen c 1 , c ? ' ? m i/^n, lur penuniH^ a'?a (umi|auiig rooms.? r oqsick rooin? especjallr, tb?e articles are pre-eminentlj serviceable, emitting an agreeable fr-grance and at the same time destroying completely any unpleasant ?mell. Also, Schroder's celebrated Pomatum, for the rapid growth ofthe hair; Compo rfHAromstic Kreo?oteTooth.wash, prepared from the genuine.Rrichmbsck's Kreoaote, for draining and prewiring teeth ; Compound Kreosote Tooth Ache Drops, far the instantaneous relief ?f the tooth atbej'C'mipoond Syrup #f Horehound avd Baneset for the cure of cnldircmighs, kc.; Compsund concentrated Syrup of Strsaparillaa, together with Almond Gum, Capillaire, and a barge and choice as-ortment of other Srrups Swaim's Panacea, Lee's Pills, Muffalt's Vegetable Life Pills, and a large variety of other pstent medicine*, all waranted g? nuine. The above articles to be had. whol-sale or retail at PORTFVBACH k MILNE'S, janl-lm* 14 Hnd on. corner Reed street. ORK SOLE BOOTS.?LOREN BROOKS, 24 John-sU one door east of Mass-in-st., keeps on hand and makes to order water proof Cork Bo >t?, of a superior quality, combining elegance with durability and lightness. They art particularly recommended to gentlemen who are delicate in health and liable le take cold Crona wet or cold feeL Gentlemen are invited to call and see the article, where'lhey will find a good assortment of boots, made in the latest French style. nov 16-eodt * po LORA DO AN D RED RIVER.STOCK. Vv 5d shares wanted by Q. G. SICKELS ocl 27-if SI WaH-at. HE H NEW-YORK, WEDNESJ TIIK TRl'TII WILL 1M4 K V AIL. I?CERTAIN JL DISEASES C( RED ?- Dr. Gonorrhea and j Gleet Deterge*?. The only infallible rtiaedr ever discovered for ; Gonorrhea and Gleets, is nw tvc?tne loo well ku -*vu and eslah- ' lisUed in all parts of the Kingdom to ie?j?ire any comment. It? ! universal success wjilch in come instance hi? ever faded, ha- war- ! ranted it to cure in fully-eight hours the uioM J?*?|?erale u.d intium- , maiory case cf Gonorrhea, Glt-et and White* in all their stages.? j Strictures, seminal weakness, pains of the loins, irritation of tin urethra and gravel, as tell as chronic affection? of the urinary oladdet acid kidneys, if ever so violent or o? lung standing. This safe and only infciiihle remedy is an agreeable liquid, and Us effect? on constitution, ljeing composed of S ir?apar:ll~? and the choicest preparations, that while it restores the system, its superiority over eveiy other medicine of the kind, only reqnin ? so limited a trial to know its efficacy. Ereiv peison that lus made use of this medicine has I been his own physician and secrecy has been secured. Having proved effectual ia almost two thousand cases, and never to our knowledge failed iu any one instance. The vast and increasiugsale from the recommendations of the highest medical characters, as well as those who have expeiienccd its salubrious and beneficial effects prove its great sucres* and supeiiority over every other medij cine, in being the moat effectual remedy ever discovered for the cure of the above diseases, giving muscular strength, energy and vigorous health to the whole frame. The most delicate females may take it i with pei feet safety. Dr. Goodwill's Detergent is a safe, certain and speedy cure for the above diseases, from the most recent to the moat protracted cases, it is taken without any risk, inconvenience, or suspension from business. See that sour case is eradicated, not patched up by quark doctors or quack medicines. Tho.-ethat make I use of one single bottle may be convinced of the easy method of be' ing cured. The 44 motto" of this medicine i?, 44 let every person he their own physician with secrecy." It will prevent the occurrence of the disease in persons, male or female, of the most fastidious delicacy, and is a blessing to huiuan kind It ought always to be at hand. N. B. A word to the w:se, take no medicine but the above, and keep away from tne quack Doctors, whose names appear in every public print, and then you take no mercury and save your constitution. 44 We have much pleasure in bearing testimony to this safe and efficacious medic me: we do this on grounds of strict impartiality, knowing several friends who have been cured by it " A fact that I we know. For sale by appointment, by Patrick Dickie, 413 Broadway cor- | nerot uiipeium-M.; j. t?ytiie. r.,rner ut Walker-st. anil Bowery, \ and by P. Bnrnel Si Co, .510 Greenwich-sL, (?ro doors below Spring. I Price 50 cents per hoiile. jan5-tf IBNEY'S TETTERS RINGWORM DE> STROVER?the only certain and permanent cure for TET- j i TEIt, RINGWORM, ?d .SALT RHEUM. During (lie last | year, hundred* with joy would testify to the great efficacy of this : truly valuable remedy like the following: ^Sermanlovrn, (Pa.) Aug. 12, 1334. I 1 do certify, that by the use of one bottle of Mr. Gibney's remedy 1 for Teller and Ringworm, my wife was entirely cured of a trouble- 1 ymt letter, and not the least sign of the disease has returned, and it j is a year since it was cured. 1 had tried several remedies, which I onlv stopped the disease for a short time, *-ettirning with a greater i violence. I would advise all who are annoyed w ithlhis troublesome malady to give it a trial. G EO. BROOKS. A large supply of the above valuable medicine constantly kept on hand, at the proprietors price, wholesale and retail by J()HN ONTHANK, G^ieral Agent, 145 Broadway. 6doors above the City Hotel, N Y. ' For sale a' retail,at the follow ns Dreg Stores, viz:?Broadway, corner of Duune street; Collieu's Apothecaries' Hall, No 263 j Bleecker stieet; corner of Bowery and Grand street; at Messrs. j Moss, No, 492 Grand street; corner of Car.al and Laurens streets : j corner of 8th and Bowerv: at Thompson's, No.200 Chatham square; ' corner of Fulton and \Villiatn streets; at Dr. Pennoyer's Drug Store, Ilarlaem; at Howard's, corner of Hick's and Fulton streets, j Brooklyn. L. I.; and at White and Badger's, No. 354 Broad street, Newart, N. J. dec J 2-1 m* j NKW IDEA AND A GOOD Off^-The tub?criber having witnessed the inconvenience to which gentlemen are frequently exposed bv being caught in the rain while in the lower . part of the city, has provided a remedy for such inconvenience. He 1 keeps i stock of water proof umbrellas on band, w hich for his own pront and the accommodation of the public, he will be happy to let , for a single day and at a reasonable rate to any unfortunate wayfit i rers who may happen to stand in need of them. J. H. HAVENS, Clinton Lunch, dec 7-tf Corner Broadway and Liberty street. NEW ESTABIilSHMEXT FOR WpSS THE SALE OF CABINET FURNITURE. MbB ?II- BRUNSWICK return) thinks for the lihemT yLyurivuirr he fur received ?ince the upeqingof hirwrafWfiiiicnLfg^die ssal?.df Cabinet Furni jurC| bijif. ne\v and has the pleasure to inform his customers and others that he ha, removed to the spacious building corner of Bowery and Division streets, (up stairs, entrance 7J Bowery.) where he keeps a generil assortment ?f new ' and g<>od articles of second hand furniture, sucii as Bureaus. Sofas, Secretaries, Book Cases, Sideboatds, Tables, Looking Glasses, j Bedsteads, Pier, Centre and Work T.ibls?, Music Stools, Boston ; D.u.t.r. T.,;ui -...i w..i j. e . is? w -., is 1 *vr..?;a a>iu ? vundiHU, v>ai P*T13, nu^i, raucr DCqs, Mattras-cs, kc. _ 1 C? H. B. will buy or cxchinje household furniture or any article | in hi? line of business. nofSMm T?0 JOUHN'EVMEJTCOXFECTIONERS.? J. Wanted immediately two first rate hands; to such the highest war' s will be given and constant employnsent. Apply at the uaani ofactory of S. W. BHV1IAM. ?gp? ' 203 Bowery, between Springand PriDce streets. IIOCTOR BO V I), a .Member of the Royal College of Lr Surgeons in Ireland, and lately a prarlitioner in the city of London, offers his services to the afflicted sin the treatment of a certaii disease. II is long experience and close attention to this class f complaints, his pleasant sale, and expeditious mode of treatment, his extraordinary merest during a long and extended practice, and ahove all, his legitimate medical qualifications are a few of the grounds on w hich he rests his claiin? to public patronage. In this age of empiricism when ignorant pretenders and impudent quacks ire daily -pleading their nets to lure the unwary to destruction, Dr ' Boyd would wish to raise a friendly and a warning voice to his fcl,o?creatures, and tell them to beware of such dangerous persons.? ! Thousand- who might have isesn at this day, " in the health aud , palmy pride of manhood," if their cases had only been treated by one dulv qualified, are now number*] amongst the incurable and 1 the dead. Apparent cures are very common and easily effected; 1 but to eradicate [he latqqt poison, which will otherwise consign its victim to an untimely grave, belongs to the legitimate province of medicine in the hands of a skilful and able practitioner. T^a. Ui. Boyu i- sssch, J wili.na to convince nis patrons, by producing ; for their inspection his regular diploma, as a member of the Royal Cohere of Stirreons in Ireland, and li.wi.. t? :-i- ' hilily and skill, from- many who are justly considered as light* and j QCnamriits of their profession. His mode of treatment is safe, affectual and expeditious, not requiring either the use of mercury, sr re- ! slraint in diet of exercise. Recent affections he pledges himself to ' rem ore radically within a few day. and cases of longer standing j ?nd greater malignity will be treated with cordiality and skill. In I my ease, the patient may rest a>ssured, after having being discuarg- i ed from lite hands of Dr. Boyd, that his health' is established upon a [ sound and firm basis, and that his constitution U renovated and an- 1 impaiied. His professional honor and faith ate pledged to this, and i he Hatters himself that iischancter and standing are sufficient warranty for itifulliimen ' The strictest honor and secrecy may in all cases he celled upon I Hours oLalleiidauce flout 9 o'clock in the morning till 10 at night | sep 21-ly OFFICE. 14 Dover sUone door from Water. Evening school, for young gen* TLEMEN.?The subscriber has removed to the elegant and spacious rooms of the Cellegiate School, 160 Canal street, entrance on the corner of Varick street. A select class of young gentlemen will be instructed in the usual blanches of education, also in the Classics and Modern Languages. The French department is under the immediate direction of A. Pestiaux Professor of the French Language. N. B. Particular attention will be devoted to Book-keeping ar.d ' Penmanship. Term* model ate. Apply as above. C.C.JENNINGS, j dec 2-lf ROUGHS, COUGHS.?COKBVN S COL'QII Loreo- I Yy ges. prepared by Corbyn A Co., 300 Holhorn, London.? These L?zenges are universally allowed, hy physicians of the highest standing, to be ono of the best preparations for the cure of Coughs, Colds. Asthmas, Ac., ever offered to the public; many thousand persons have experienced Iheir happy and salutary effects. , many of w hom have been by asthmatic and consumptive complaints . reduced to the brink of the grave. They promote a free and easy expectoi alion, and remove aay tenJency to inflammation or sore- I ness of lilt Inngs, shortness, or difficulty of breathing, and the gene- ! ral oppression wheh interrupts respiration, Ac lee.. Price50 cents per box. A single box will be found sufficient to remove the most j obstinate cases. Fortsiehy G. COLBY, chemist, Ac. 3S1 Pearl, j corner of Frankfort sL, Franklin Square, the only agent in the i city. dec 15 lm* | CJ.ERMAN COL.OGNEIWATER.?Warranted ge | W nuine, for sale, wholesole and retail, by RU8HTON A ASPINWALL, dec25 96 William st. and lit Broadway, j 0' I ERAL DAY, JANUARY 6, 1836. |?OK CONSUMPTION. COUGHS COLDS. U SPITTING OK BLOOU. kc.?" This is lo certily Out t have been adlicled with a severe disease of the lungs^ accompanied with cough, spitting of blood, ni^ht sweats, emaciation, Itc., for ne.il ly eight years, during which period I have not only used every medicine i have heard recommended tor my disease, but have been compel led to go south every winter. Last summer, however, I resorted to 4* Dr. Taylor? Balsam of Liverwort,** which benefitted me >(i unii h. ilwu I was enabled to remain in this city during la*t winter, and now I c?n?ider myself restored t* perfect health, as x nave nau no cougn during trie Isisl six months. G. G. WJLLETS, 27 Church street." j This medicine can he obtained genuine * nil y of the proprietor j at No. 375 Bowery, and of the agent, at 47 Cherry -treet. nor 7 j BADEAU's celebrated strengthening j PLASTER.?Prepared for p.iius or weakness, in the breast, j side, back or limbs; aL?? for gout, rheumatism, livermmplaint and 1 dyspepsia; for cough:, colds, asthmas, dithculty of breathing, ?#p- | predion oftlie *U>Hnch,kc.; they will give immediate and south- , mg relief; and fur pleasantness, safety, ease and certainty, are de- j cidedly superior to rno.4 other remedies Such persons whose i business or avocations require that they should stand or sit much, j or those of sedentary habits general y, who maybe troubled with pains in the side or breast, are ar vi-ed to try one of these beautiful plaster*, as they are essentially different from all others, and are j free from those objections which are so re suitably uiade against ! plasters generally. T e proprietor has had the pleasure of selling i them daily for many years in this citv, and of the many thousands 1 who hive used them, he has not heard of a solitary complaint.? ! They ar" patronixed extensively by the medical profession: and ; there is not probably an intelligent physician in the United States j or Europe ibat would hesitate to sanction them with his name or ] influence, when made acquainted with their composition. Printed directions accompany each PlasUt, signed hv me in my own hand writing, to counterfeit which will be punished as a f?rge- j rv. Persons about having them will remeinner to ask for BADEAL'S STKEXU i HE.MNU PLASTER, ami tet that thry get the direction thus signed. They are put up in boxes with large j and attlartive show hills; will keep without injury in any climate, . and will be forwarded to any part of the United States or British I Provinces a- per order, and a liberal di>couut made to those who j buy to sell again. In conclusion, I have only to add, that instance* j are so numerous in which the most salutray effects have been produ j ced by using theiu.that they are recommended with the most entire j confidence to all w ho are thus alHicted. Sold wholesale and retail, at the Bowerv Medicine Store, No. j 260 Bowerv. AW Vmt hv V W Rini" AIT <m .r KENJfEV'S ASTRINGENT BALSAMIC I MIXTURE now stand* unequalled fur the certain cure of Gonorrhea, (I!eet?. anil Seminal Weakness**. A few dose* convinces the iiiu-t skep ical of it* superiority over every other that j has heen offered to the public. There is not a panicle of mercury in its composition. It saves ! the system from being iu the remotest degree deleleriously affected. It operate* on the urinary apparatus and particular!* on the oriEiiial seat of the malady, viz. the urethra, the irritated fining inemrane of which it soothes, by diminishing the virulence of the poison, and therehy disposing ti.e membrane to cast off the morbid action which sect etes the pus of a Gonorrhea, to resume its wonted natural secretion *f mucu< only; thi* is accomplished by the healthful,tonic, j balsamic ponei of Kesnev's Balsam. This medicine?the result of patient, indefatigable researches on thcPathological Anatomy of Gonorrhea and Gleets, the only sure and rational foundation on which to build a successful form of treatment?is, hideed. far removed above all those unscientific, inert, nauseous, and daugeious "compound balsams," "mixtures," ; " drops," and other hearties* empyrical remedies, which are based , on either the conjectures of prf*umptuou* ignorance, or on the worn out, oosotete recipes" wnicl. we**- in vogue when Pathology, the only curative source, was comparatively uncnown, Kenney's Balsam is now taking the lead all over Europe anu in this country, over all the medicines hitherto know* for recent cases of Gonorrhea, in which it is peculiarly effective in radically healing by a very few doses only. In innumerable case*, to the gratifying surpii*e of the patient, not more than one third of a bottle ha* sufficed for the total extinction of the malady; and in lingering j case* that hlv been subjected to injudicious treatment, one bottle has accomplished, iu a great many instances, a perfect restoration to health. The agencies for the sale of Kenney'* Balsam in this city are only .? the drug store*. 61 Bowery, corner of Walker street, and 15f.y *o mil treet, opposite Centre market. Price $1 per bottle. Order* from any part ot the United States, postpaid, will be punctually attended to, addressed to either of the alios? agencies. dec 4-1 m* | JT HO MP 80y,iro. TTW AfeL-B T. STOf- K .? AND EXCH ANGE BROKER?Exchange* all kinds of uncitrrenf money at the lowest rates. All kinds otgold and silver bought and sold. Bank of England Notes bought and sold. Thompson will collect and negociate drafts on most ol the commercial places iu the Slates and Canadies. oct 23-lf j pOt'GH DROPS.?A superior article for colds, coughs V/ and all affections of the respiratory organs. Prepared and sold only at 14.5 Broadway. nov 14-tf Book establishment for sale.That excellent stand. Clinton Hall, comer of Nassau and Beck man, having a select assortment of Books and Stationary, can be had oo favorable terms. Apply at the .Store. dec 8-4 f j IVTITW vnUK I.I IP P. ivwrn a Vfl? a- TnruT IV COMPANY.?Person? may effect insurances with this Company in tlieir twn lives, or the lives of others, and either for the whole (juration of life, or for a limited period. The payments ?f premmor :nay he either made annually, or in a gross sum: Premiums on one Kundred dollars for one year. Ate. 1 vear. Age. 1 year Ate. lyear Age. 1 year. 14 072 26 107 31 148 50 196 15 0 77 27 1 12 35 1 57 51 1 97 I 16 0 84 28 1 20 40 1 69 52 2 02'*| 17 OK 29 1 28 41 1 78 53 2 10 j 18 0 89 30 1 31 42 1 85 54 2 13 I 19 0 90 31 1 32 43 c 1 39 55 2 02 j 20 091 32 1 33 44 1 90 56 2 47 21 0 92 33 1 34 45 1 91 57 2 70 1 22 0 94 34 1 35 46 1 92 58 3 14 i 23 0 * 35 1 36 47 1 93 59 3 67 } 24 0 99 36 139 48194 60 435 25 1 00 37 I 43 49 1 95 Money will lie received in deposit by the Company, and held in trust, upon which interest will be allowed as follows: Upon any sum over jlOO, irredeemable for 1 year, 4j per ct. ' ' 100, " for 5 months, 4 per ct. " " " 100, " for 2 months, 3 perct TRUSTEES. Win. Bard, Sand. Thompson, H. C. De Rhajn, Thomas W. Ludlow, Isaac Rruuson. Jonathan Goodhue, Win. B. Lawrence, Peter Rein?en. James McBride, Jacob Lorillard, Stephen Warren, John Rathbune, Jr. John Doer, James Kent. P. G. Sturvesant, : Peter Harmonv, Nathaniel Prime, Tho*. J. Oakley, 3. Van Rensaellaer, N. Devereui, Sleph'n. Whitney, John G. Coslar, Benj. Knower, John J. Aator, Thus. Sutfeni, t Julian C. Vrmlanck, Benj. L Swan, Jno. Mason, C- melius W. Lawinice. WM BARD, President R. A. NICOLL, Secretary. F. U. JOHNSTON, Physician to the Company. sep 9-ly T^O THE TRA DE7?CHEMICALS.?The subscriber ! I lake? pleasure in offering a very eitesisive assortment nfthe rarest Chemicals of his own manufacture, or those of a warranted quality; as hkewise a large quantity of the more common ones, all arc offered for sale to wholesale DrnreisU or in . ,utnir? n?rrh?.i. at the^raost mable lerim, viz 3M0 ounces of lunar caustic, various qualities. 1000 ilo pruwic aciii, warranted for 3 vear?, 1000 do nitrate of "liver in crystals, white and pure. aOOn pounds spirits of hartshorne, F Sr FFF t 5 F, 2000 do sweet spirits of nitre. F St FFG, luno do sulphuric ether and chloric and acrlic ether. 200 ounces iodide* of iron, sulphur, lead, protto aud deuto lodido of mercury, 200 do hydriodaie of potash, 500 do kreosale, with directions, 100 do pUttica. :n plate, wire and sponge Marphin. sulphuric, acetate and muriate, quinine, sulphate, prustiale and phosphate. Applrto sep8 Or. LEWIS FkUCHTWANGER .377 Broadway. t1 ()K SALE?22.000 Acres of good timbered Land in j A the Slate of Maine, lying on the Naragaugu* waters and within a few miles of ship navigation. The timber consists principally.of ; While Pine, with a fair proportion of Spruce and Hard Wood; thcie are. also, several gnod mills ia the vicinity, of easy access.? Persons who have been on it, represent it as a desirable tract af land , and an object for speculators to take hold of. Terms of payment 1 will be made easy and accommodating; for further particulars apply to J. G. VANDENBERG, dec 5-lf 55 C hatham street. I CAMPHORATED COLD CREAM AND PASTE, for eruptions of the face, chapped hands, kc. for sale RUSHTONA ASPINWALL, ! itc ; ^ 36 William street, and 110 Broadway. D. Xl'MBER 111. Gkkeral Sessions, Jan. 1.?Present the Recorder and Aldermen Benson and Ferris.?The Grand Jury was empannelled to-day, and the Recorder before delivering to them the Calendar, charged them as to their duties, in a \ery neat and sensible speech. He read to tlieui the laws for their guidance during their delibe ?ww, u>iu uianiiar^-ii nurn wan an impressive appeal to their goo<l sense ami judgment. The Court then proceeded to the trii I of the regular causes, the first of which was the indictment against Charles Kelly, a young man aged ahout "J3, of rather favorable appearance. He was charged with having on the night of the 11 tli of August last, stolen from the sleeping room of Elislia Belden, Treasurer of a travelling Circus then at Cuiro, a trunk containing between seven and eight hundred dollars in hills, and some pajiers of use only to Mr. Belden. His Counsel, Messrs. Morrell and Wilson, were very anxious to have the trial postponed until the next term, urging that it was important for their cause to do so. The Court, however, ruled that the trial proceed. Mr. Belden, the first witness, testified that Kelly came to the Circus while at Lancaster, and volunteered his services as atunihler, requiring no compensation. He was taken in, and had been with them three weeks when the theft was committed. He left the company in the forenoon, hut was seen in the house where Mr. Belden was, the same afternoon, (n the morning when the robbery was discovered, suspicion fell at once upon Kelly, and Mr. B. started immediately for this city lodged his complaint, and in a short time Kelly was arrested bv Huntington. At the time of his arrest lie had about him three hundred dollars in cash, and a bank book, in which credit was given to him for two hundred more in one of the City Banks. On being confronted with Mr. Belden, he instantly inade restitution of the property he then had, stated where he had hidden the trunk, and expressed great regret for his conduct. He had spent considerable of the money w hen taken.? Counsellor Wilson, who conducted the defence, crossexamined the w itnesses very severely and critically.? Mr. Huntington testified to his arrest and confession, and .Mr. Wilson commenced summing up. His speech on the occasion was a brilliant combination of humor, pathos, and thrilling interest. He turned and twisted the evidence into every possible shape that could serve his client. He appealed to the sympathy of the jurors, and he ap|>enled to their sense oijustk e. As he spoke the prisoner's countenance lighted up, and he felt that if any man could save him, his counsel could. One remark of Mr. Wilson must not he passed over?He spoke of the man who had, w ith a lantern, searched the world for an honest man, and searched in vain, until he reached Washington, when the lusux ruitura was found! Who was itT The evidence, however, on the. case was so conclusive, that the jury found the prisoner guilty, but recommended him to the lightest punishment, if it was his first offence. But he had twice before been convicted of petit larceny, and judgment suspended. He was remanded until sentence day, when he will learn that " honesty is the best policy." John Curry was indicted for cruelly beating his horse, which he had over loaded, and was forcing to work hovoml tiic i A 1 J........ ? ?V chanced to be driving bv, saw and . ndeaaored to make the man desist from his cruelty. But Curry abused him shamefully, and he arrested. Several witnesses were examined pro and con, auJ being mostly Irish afforded much amusement to the spectators, but bothered the lawyers and judees most confoundedly?from one in particular scarcely a single direct answer was obtained. All the evidence was very contradictory. Some asserting most positively that Curry was not on the cart at all, others mat he was. But the testimony of Alderman Fickett was so conclusive that he was convicted, but recommended to mercy. The following is a list of the Grand Jurors for the Kresent term:?\V. \V. Todd, foreman?Dan'l Weeden, elson Richard, Daniel E. Patton, John Matthews, Wm. Appleby, Hes. Bunnell, John Gray. Paul B. Lloyd, jr. George Ferris,George C. Furman,Robert Laton, Timothy Benjamin,Edward K. Pritchctt, Albert Lovrmeay, George G. Trimble, Edward Smith, Henrv Bovard, F.phe. Wheeler, Richard Williams, George Zabriskie, Thomas H. Leggett. Water! Water!?Allbver Europe,and especially on the continent, water is regarded as w hat it truly is, the first necessary of life, lie think that money and meat are the two first indispensables of our being; older and wiser people knoir that life can be sustained a great while w ithout either of these, but that teater is ,l.o ...... ...... l v-_.. uv .mt f? ? uuu.au niricutr. I uu III 1^ [11, ID most parts of Europe, persuade great masses of men to remain clad in rags, and to live on pulse, bread or maccaroni; but you could not rom/tel them to swallow the base and abominable w ater which one half of the wealthy and cultivated inhabitants of Boston and New York are content to use. The consequence of which is, that manv a little citv in France, Spain or Italy, has a noble aqueduct to supply its inhabitants with abundance of pure water; which in them, as well as in the great cities, instead of being merely peddled out in little pipes through the houses, is lilierally poured fourth at every square and street corner, in beautiful fountains, a* once ornamental and useful, dispensing cleanliness to the streets, drink to the inhabitants, and an inexhaustible resource for (he extinction of fire*. I speak in strong and earnest terms, front a strong and earnest conviction of what, more than any thing else. New York and Boston need. Philadelphia has acted wisely in pouring the bountiful Schuylkill into her streets: New York would act wisely, if there is a river head of fresh water w ithin her reach, so that by aqueducts, open canals, subterraneous syphons, or any other means which art and science can suggest, it may !>c conducted into the citv, to spare no expense, and to deem no expenditure proJigal, which may he necessary to attain the ohiect: and Boston would act wisely to emulate New York' in a public undertaking so wise, nable and patriotic.?Correopondence of the Adeertiner. A Good Hit.?A clergyman happened to pass a boy weeping bitterly. He halted and asked, " What is the matter, mv little fellow V The boy replied, ' Before, we could hardly get enough to eat, of any thing, and now I don't know what we shall do, for there is another one come.' ' Hush thy murmuring, and wipe off those tears,' said the clergyman, ' and rememl>er that He never sends mouths without sending victuals to put in them.' ' I know that,' said the boy, 'but then he sends all the mouths to our house, and the victuals to your house.' The path of virtue, although at times difficult, is yet the safe path ; and on the whole, the only path of pleasure.