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- T VOLUME I. FL'Bl.lsit Kb DAILY BY JAMES GORDON BENNETT. Office. !U. 148 Mussau street, between Beetcman ami Spruce streets, opposite Dr. Spring's Chunk, basement story. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. 1 square a yesr, . $oQ 00 I 1 square 2 weeks, . $2 23 " 3 months, . 8 00 j ' 1 week, . 1 75 " 2 mouth., . 6 00 j "3 Jay., . 1 00 * 1 uiouth, 3 00 | - " 1 insertion, . 0 58 Sixteen lines make a sq ir.re. INVALID READ-IT MAI* CONCERN YOU.? Persons who have been injued by the too frequent use of powerfully stimulating ami diaslic medicines a. Calouiel, Lobelia, Gambol,., Hvgean Medicines, or any other drastic drug., w.ll by the use of EVANS' CAMOMILE 1*1 LLS, 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 he bad at 95 Division St.. N. Y. jan 4-lf TAR. LOVE>| AX'S BALM OE GILEAD. Foil IT COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMAS,4t CONSUMPTION ? It is the umsf approved medtcine extant for the radical cure of the above disorders. It give- immediate relief to llio-e whose constitutions have been imputed by intemperance and youthful imprudvncies, anxiety of inind. and the habits of a fashionable life. It is a most valuable remedy for such disea-es a' are attended with the following n) inpioiii*. uameiy : a great -iraigruue-a ui we nreasi, wnn difficultj <?f breathing, palpitation of the heart, sudden Hushes of heat in vaiions parts ut the body, at other times a sense of cold as if water was poured oiilltein, Hying pains in the arms and limbs, back and belly, resembling those orca* oned by the gravel; the pulse very variable, sometimes uncommonly slow at other times very quick, yawning, liicco igh?, freqnesit sighing and a sense of suffocation as from a hall or lump in the threat, alternate fits of crying and convulsive laughing, the sleep uii?outi<1 and seldom refreshing, and the patient often troubled with horrid dreams. Much has been said by interested individuals against medicines that are advertised, but the great efficacy of Dr. Lo Vernon's Balm of Gilead Balm is pronouix ed by the Medical faculty as a medicine of great efficacy for the above complaints, and should he in the possession of every person troubled with the above disorders. For sale, by appointment, by Patrick Dickie, 4IS Broadway,cornet of Lisperiard st.; J. Syrue, 63 Bowery, cor. Walker st; and by P. Burnet & Co. 510 Greenwich St., two doors below Spring st? Price 50 els. per bo tie. jan 4-tf EVERT*! A\ Hhl)WTD^VrrsT.-lt is not necr-sary t?t enlarge orexp.itiaU on the invaluable properties of Dr. STILLMAN'S MAGNETIC* ODONTICA It is the only preservative for the teeth, gums and mouth. For sale by P. Burnet At Co., 510 Greenwich st, two doors below Spring, and by Patrick Dickie, 413 Broadway, cor. Lispenaid st jan 4-tf DROVE Ala la THIVGS.?DOCTOR STILLMAN'S MT Magnetic Odontic* is an infallible cure for the Toothache, and restoring the te*lh ind gums to health and be uity, and arresting the progress of dec.ived teeth, and purifying and sweetening the breath. Dr. Slilliu iii's Magnetic Oiontica has now the sole preference, and is patronized by the medical faculty of the highest reputation and merit, is rightly bestowed where truth and justice demand it, and every person of an intelligent and thinking mind should use it. The ingredients of which Dr. Slilltnan's Magnetic Odonlica is composed are perfectly harmless, and it is a health preserver of the teeth, gums, arid month, and every lover of good teeth who value their teeth and wish to save them, sh >uld not be with >ut it For sale by P. Burnet At Co., 510 Greenwich street, two doors below Spring; Patrick Dickie, 413 Broadway: and by J. Syme,63 Bowery, corner of Walker street. Price $1. jan 4-tf DR. I/OVKMAX'S BAliM OK UlLUAO BALM.?A Medicine ot pre.it eAicacjr and healing properties. K'rin, muscular strength to the dipestire orpans. It is procured incision, fioin the Amyrit Gilradrtitis, or Balm of tiilead_Tree, which ii a native of Abyssinia, ami naturalized in sytia. l'nt in ciiioo of a branch of ihe R.<lm of Gileail Tree yields only thtee or fmjr drop* a day. It ii a powerful stimulant and eapectorant, giving relief to all those persons who are laboring under consumption, coughs, asthma, spilling of blood, tough morning phleghm, hoarseness, and is a preserver of the lungs. The Balm of Gilead Balm should always he used, to ?'op the ravages of the above cruel diseases, and if any medicine laid down in ihe United Armies Pharmacopeia will dss any good, this i< the medicine that will cflert the cure. The medicinal virtues of the Balm of Gilgad "tree are well known by every person who has anv knowledge' of medicines, and is known to he the best medicine lor cdughs, colds, and asthmas, in all their different stages. '?'a Or. Loveruan's Balai of Gilead Balm, has now been established upwards of fortv years, anil is recommended hv the highest medical characters fir fong standing Coughs;,' Asthmas, hoarseness**;, infections of the Lungs, spitting of blood and Influenza. It produces ail the astonishing coiicentrated-vfrtu st>f the tree in. its highest perfection, and should always lie usyd isdieu there is aor chance of recovery from the above disrates. It; reputation and invaluable proparties are too well known to require any further comment. -Thousands in this city ran testify that they have hefn cured of distressing coughs, severe cold-, and nave been iiivi.n'Aled and restored to the blessings of pii-line health and vigor. This valaable medicine neetls only a trial to prove in efficacy in+- lirving all the above diseases. Numerous certificates might he published of its ealraordiuary effects, but the proprietor consideis the virtues and properties of the Balsam of Gileail Tree sufficiently well known without them.? The immense sales of this uiedirine is a sufficient proof of it* being the most valuable of all valuables. Price 50 cents per bottle For sal* by.appointment, by Patrick Dickie 413 Broadway; J. Seine, bd Bowery corner of Walker sU and by P. Burnet k Co. 510 Greenwich street, two door; below Soring at. jan 4-if PRESERVE YOCR TEETH. ?Preserve your Teeth?md to preserve v.air teeth, a bo* of Dr. STILLMAN'S MAGNETIC ODOVTICA must he used. It prevents fh? teeth and gum- from aching and decaying, and renders them sound, healthv and beautiful, and purifies and sweetens Ihe breath. I point; yi 1001 hazes h ire been sold the last inonfh, and we hare oevdf heardcf a singler..mp!ainf?it has given general satisfaction. For sale by PATRICK DICKIE. 413 Broadway, corner of LisCnanl street; P. BURNET 4c Co. 510 Greenwich street, 2 doors low Spring ; and by J. SYYfK, corner of Walker street and the Bowery. -nfltr iao 4-tf THK i ur > i isi.-uui,TOIt STILLM AN'S MAGNETIC ODONTICA i.. deter article for the T-eth. and should be used by all penom who tabic their Teeth. For tale bt Palrirk Dickie, 413 Broad war, corner ofIdspenard street: J. Seme, S3 Bowerv, awiier of Walk-r street; ami by P. Bu urtk Co., 510 Greenwich street, two doors below Spring si reel. Price $1. j*n4-tf IVESKUVfNG ATTENTION.-THE TEETH ! Iff THE TEETH :-Froru Dr. S. O. Pay.ick, Surteon Delist yf Philadelphia:? Mrssis. Burnet St Co..?I am not in the habit of making out certificates of recommendation for any kind of medicine whaterer, but at you had I he goodness to present me with a box ot Dr. Stillman's Magnetic Odontiea, it would ill become tneto withold my unbiasaed opinion or'such an invaluable preparation for the Teeth. Its medicinal prupeities, from my experience, are admirably adapted to the alleviation of that excruciating pain, the tooth ache; aiid I believe it to be a health preservative for the teeth and gums, and it cannot he too hig ly recommended to every familv who desire cleanliness of the mouth, as well as to fortify Oie teeth and gums, which is the most effectual step towards preserving the teeth in a sound s ate, and preventingth.it dreadful scourge?th? toothache. The above article is for sale at Pattick Dickie's, 413 Broadwar, corner of Lispenard street; J. Byrne's, fiS Bowery, corner of Walker at reel; ami at P. Burnet It Co.'s, 510 Greenwich street, twe doors below Spring. Price 91- jan4-tf 1.^ UMIC VfrXG PA8 T lis Is E HAN D( > D O RIFE 1 ROUS POWDER, for perfuming and fumigating moms? For sick rnouis especially, these articles are pre-eminently serviceable, emitting an agreeable fir granre and at the same time destroying completely any unpleasant smell. Also. Schreher's celebrated Pomatum, for :he rapid grosvth of the hair; Cmnpo md.Aromatic KreosoleTooth wash, prepared from the genuine Itricnenlwct's rvir-?soie. .or draining aim jnr*>....? , Compound Kreosotr Tooth Ache Drop', for the instantaneous relief ef the tooth ache; Com poo od Srnioaf Hnrehound a?d Boaeset far the cure of coldi. coughs, kx.; C unpeuod concentrated Syrup of Sarsaparillaa, together with Abnond Gum, Capillaire, and a large and choice assortment of other Srrups Swaim'a Panacea, Lee's Pilla, Moflall's VereuMe Life Pilk, aad a large ratiely of other patent medicines, >11 waranted genuine. The above articles to be had. wholesale or retail at FORTE VBACHk MILNE'S, jan l-lia? 14 Hud-on. corner Reed 'treet. r<ORK SOLE BOOTS.?LORE.\ BROOKS, 21 John-si. one door east of Nassn-st., keeps on hand and makes to order water proof Cork Boots, of a superior quality, combining elegance with durability and lightness. They are particularly recommended to grnllemen who are delicate in health and liable to lake cold from wet or cold fevi. Gentlemen are invited to call and see the article, where they svill Rod a good as sort men! of hoofs, made ia the latest French style. nosr 16-eodt fOLORADO AND RED RIVER STOCK. V* 5? shares wanted by G. G. SICKELS act 27-tf 21 WaR-st HE II NEW-YORK, THURSI miH' TIM'TUWII I ii?> L'f ? 11 ? A DISK ASKS ClJKED.? Dr. Go tJwili's Gonorrhea and Gleet Deterge*!. The only it.Ulii -i- remedy ever discovered ff?r Gonorrhea and Gleets, is iv"v }? ?. -uh: loo well iur-wn and es :?hlished in all part* <?f the Kingdom lu require any CtuiuieHi. It* universal succe*.- which in i v? -e instance ha> ever tailed. In- w irrantetl it to cure in |*niy-right hours thr most d?-*per Av aid inriiQf ttiaftory case et Gonorrhea. Gi-et and Wht;e* in all their stage*.? Strictures, seminal weakness, pi iu of the loins, irnta'ioii of th? urethra and gravel, a- ?veli ? * chronic alflvCliou? ot the urina-y bladder and kidnev*, if ever to violent or of long * undine. This safe and only infallible remedy is an agreeable liquid, ai d i/? effrcts on consliluiioii, lieing eompo-ed of SaisapariU i and the choicest preoa* ration*, that while it rotose* the system, its ??ip-ri'?risy ovet eveiy other medicine of the kind, only require* so limited a trial to know its efficacy. Every persou that lu* made use of this medicine ha* i been ins own phy-h ian and secrecy has been secured. Having ' proved effectual iu almost two thousand cases, ami never to our knowledge failed iu any one instance. The va?t and increasing sale froin the recommendations of the highest medical characters, .is well as those who have experienced its salubrious and beneficial effects prove its great success and superiority over every other medicine, iw being tfie most effectual rt medy ever discovered for the cure of the above diseases, riving muscular sireneth, nietgy and vigorous health to the whole frame. The most delicate females may lake it with perfect safety. Dr. Goodwill's Detergent is a safe, certain and speedy cure for the above diseases, froui the most recent to the most protracted cases. It is taken without any risk, inconvenience, or suspension from bu?inets. See that > our case is eradicated, not , patched up by quack doctors or quack medicine*. Those that make use of one single bottle may be convinced ol the easy method of being cured. The M motto" of litis medicine is, M let every person be their own physic ian with secrecy." It will prevent the occurrence of the disease in persons, mate or female, of the most fastidious delicacy, and is a blessing to human kind It ought always to be at hand. N. B. A word to the wise, lake no medicine but the above, and keep away from the quack Doctor?, whose names appear in every public print, and then you take no mercury and save youi constitution. 44 We have much pleasure in bearing testimony to this *afe and i cmcsi mi's uicuicinc; vvc uo mis on grown us or strict impartiality, knowing several friends wl:? have been cured by it" A fact that we know. For?ale by appointment, by Patrick Dickie, 413 Broadway cornerof Lispen.ird-*t.: J. Syiue, corner of WatkT-st. and Bowery, J and by P. Burnet At Co. 510 Grecnwich-sL, two doors below Spring. [ Price 50 cents per bottle. jari 5-tf IBXEV'S TBTTEItX, RINGWORM DESTEOl BR?the only certain and permanent cure for TETTER, RINGWORM, and SALT RHEUM. During the last year, hundieds with joy would testify to the great efficacy of this truly valuable remedy like the following: t German I own, (Pa.) Aug. 12, 1834. 1 do certify, thit by the use of one bottle of Mr. Gibney's remedy for Tetter and Ringworm, my wife was entirely cured of a trouhlesome tetter, and not the least sign of the disease has returned, and i! is a year since it was cured. I had tried several remedies, which only stopped the disease for a short time, returning with a greater violence. I would advise all who are annoyed with this troublesome malady t*give it atrial. GEO. BROOKS. A large supply of the above valuable medicine constantly kept on hand, at the proptietor's price. wholesale and retail by J()!!N ONTHANK. General Agent, 145 Broadwar, 6doors above the City Hotel, N T. For sale a' retail,at the follow ng Dmg Stores, viz:?Broadway, corner of Duane street: Cotlieu's Apothecaries' Hall, No 283 Bleecker street: corner of Bowery and Grand street; at Messrs. Moss, No, 432 Grand street; corner of Canal and Laurens streets ; ? corner of 8th and Bowerv; at Thompson's, No.20Q Chatham square; corner of Fulton and William streets; at Dr. Pennoyer's Drug Store, Harlaem ; at Howard's, corner of Hick's and Fulton streets, ' Brooklyn, L. I.; and at White and Badger's, No. 354 Broad street, Newark, N.J. dec 12-1 ih* XEW IDEA AND A GOOD ONE.?Thesubscribcr having witnessed the inconvenience to which gentlemen ? are frequently exposed by being caught in the rain while in the lower i pauuiiumi;, uas |iiniKicn a i cu.cuy lut sutn inwnvPliiniCC. nc keeps < slock of water proof umbrellas on harid, which for his own profit and the accommodation of the public, he will he happy to let for a single day and at a reasonable rate to any unfortunate way fat rers who may happen to stand in need of them. J. H. HAVENS, Clinton Lunch, dec 7-tf ' r Corner Broadway and Liberty street. OJOURXEVMEX CONFECTIONERS.Wanted immediately two first rate hands ; to such the highest wares will be given and constant employment. Apply at the man' .factory of S. W. RRYHAM, ep7 208 Bowery, between Spriugaod Prince streets. |\OCTOR BOYD, a Member of the Royal College of l-P Surgeons in Ireland, aiid lately a practitioner i* the city of London, offers his services to the afflicted sin the treatment of a certain disease. II is long experience and close attention to this class f complaints, his pleasant, safe, and espeditimis mode of treatment, j hit eitraordinaiy success during a long and eitended practice, and ahuve all, his legitimate medical qnaliticationa are a few of the gruunds on which he rests his claims to public patronage. In this sgeof empiiicisin when ignorant pretenders and impudent quacks sre daily spreading their nets to litre the unwary to destruction, Dr Boyd would wish to raise a friendly and a wanting voice to his fcl.ow creatnres, and tell them to beware of such dangerous persons.? Thousands who might have been at this day. " in the health and palmy pride of manhood," if their ca-es had only been treated by one duly qualified, are now numbered amongst the incurable and the dean. Apparent cures are very common and easily effected: ' hut to eradicate the latent poison, which will otherwise consign its victim to an untimely grave, belongs to the legitimate province of medicine in the hands of s skilful and able practitioner. T.at l>i. boyu i. met., -e -! will.ng to convince nis patrons, by producing for their inspection his regular diploma, as a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, and likewise testimonials for capability and skill, froiie many who are justly considered as light" and ornaments of their profe?sh>n. His mode of treatment is safe, ^fc-ctual and rapeditioua, not requiring either the use of inercurv, ?r restraint in diet or cacrcise. Recent afTectinns he pledg? hiinself lo remove radically within a few days, and cases of longer standing ad greater malignity will be treated with cordiality and skill. In sny case, the patient may rest asssuresj, after having heiug discuaiged from the hands of Dr. Boyd, that his health is established upon a sound and firm bnsi?, and that his constitution is renovated and unimpaired. His professional honor and faith ate pledged lo this, and be flatters himself that lischaracter and standing are ?ufficiaul warranty for its fulfilmen The strictest honor and secrecy may in all cases he relied upon Hours of attendance ftom 0 o'clock in the morning till 10 at night sen 21-1 v OFFICE. 14 Dover st.one door fr??, w-i.. Evening school, for young gentlemen.?The subscriber has removed to llie elegant and spacious rooms of the C?llegiale School, 160 Canal street, entrance 011 the comer of Vaiick street. A select cl?? of young gentlemen will he instructed in the usual blanches of education, also in the Classics and Modern Languages. The French department is under tho immediate direction of A Pestiauz. Professor of the French Linguage. N. B. Particular attentio.. will be devoted to Book-keeping ar.d Penmanship. Terms moderate. Apply as above. C. C. JENNINGS. dec 2-tf COUGHS, COUGHS.-CORBV.VS COUGH Lozenges. prepared by Corhyn 4 Co., 3tW Holboin, London.? ! TUe?e Loienge. are universally allowed, by physicians of the highest standing, to be one of the best preparation, for the cure ol Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Ac., ever offered to the pohllr ; many thousand persons have experienced their happy and salutary effects, many of whom have been by asthmatic and consumptive complaints reduced to the brink of the grave. They promote a free and easy ! expectoi alion, and remove any lenJi ncy to inflammation or soreness oflhe Inngs, shortness, or difficulty of breathing, and the general oppression wheh interrupts respiration, 4r 4c.. Price 50 cents per box. A single box will be found sufficient to remove the mo-t obstinate cases. For sale by G. COLBY, chemist. 4c. 391 Pearl, | comer of Fraukfort sL, Franklin Square, the ouly agent in the [ city. dec 15 lm* GENUINE POLAVDRIA OII..-A sure East a.M Indian cure for the Rhenm itism.?This Polandria Oil is the essential oil extracted from the Polandria tree, and is an infallible I rare for that distressing disorder, the rheumatism, in all its stages, j For sale by P. Bui net 4 Co.. 510 Greenwich street, two doors below Spring; Patrick Dicki-, 413 Broadway, conier of Lisper.ard street; J. Syme, 63 Bowery, corner of Walker'street; and Dr. Galon, corner of Grand street ard the Bowery- Price $2. jan .5-ll ? CLEVER AND AGUE.-RL'SHTON 4 ASPIN* WALL'S Tonic Mixture, for the cure of Fever and Ague.? This article is offered with confidence ta the public, and testimoni?a of its efficacy can he furnished from Mr. Charles Henry Hall. Harlacm; Dr. Van Reusataer; Win. Holly, and others, of New York, among whose friends it has been used with marked success The proprietors art so well assured of its value that they sell it or . the cond itiun of tefuoding the price in every instance where il . is used (according to the directions) without effecting a cure. For salt by RUSHTON 4 ASPINWALL, jaa 6 86 William ft and 118 Broadway. ERAL >AY, JANUARY 7, J 336. DOIIBL.C ENTRY BOI>K-Kt??l*l\G' nughi .it Fo?l-f,s Commercial *?cho*?', 1&3 Broadwajr, upon iheuvsi modem in.! approved principles. The hours of in-tiaction are at the learner# c nvenienc??there being no clause*. The plan of instruction is at nee plain,practical, and comprehensive. During the course, the pupil will opeu, p ?t, arid balance two cnaipiete ?ets f hooks, ttnsl be qualified to perform thr duties of a Book-keeper in the mo?t extenove md diversified establishment. LESSONS IN PEXM W^HIP. moraine. afternoon. and evening. T?rms moderate. Apply at 18i Btoudway, (over Mr. Milhau's Druggist Store.) I Emm the Boston Gazette.] MERCANTILE BOOK-KEEPING.?'I ne manner in which this art is taught, conveys but a very imperfer idea of the practice of merchants; and when a person gets, for the first time, into a counting-house, he finds no more similitude between what he sees *md what he has been taught, than really exists between the chandelier ot a theatre and Aladdin's Idsup. The neat difference between theory and practice,?betw en the study ef an art and its application to practical use, is too well known to need remark ; and we think Mr. Foster's plan?by connectingsytiematic booic-lceeping xvith actual transeictions?possesses advantages worthy the consideration of all wh? wish to acquire the form* ana modes of business in a thorough and effectual manni-i. Mr. FOSTER'S long experience in the c xinting-house, and 'kill as a penman, qualify him, in a peculiar manner, for the duties of his pinfess oil. ian6-tf BADEAI S CELEBRATED STRENGTHENING j PLAS TER.?Prepared for pain# or weakness, in the breast, j j'uc, ?i 11rii'*s . *? i<ji gvjm. uiruMMvisu', Mverrnrnpi tiiu and j dyspepsia; f?r coughs, colds, asthma*, difficulty of breathing, *?p- | p ration of the *iom^!i, Lc., they will give immediate and soothing relief; and for pleasantness, safely, ease and certainly, are decidedly superior tn most other retnedie*. Such per-ons whose business or avocations require that they should stand or sit much, or those of sedentary habits generally, who may he troubled with pains in the side or breast, are ar vised to try one of these beautiful ! plasters, as they are essentially different from all others, and are free from those objection* which are so re suitably made against plaster- generally. Tie proprietor has had the pleasure of selling them daily for many years in this city, arid of the many thousands who have used them, he has not heard of a solitary comprint.? ! They are patronireti extensively by the medicai profession : and I the'e is not probably an intelligent physician in the United States ! or Europe that would hesitate to sanction them with his name or ! influence, when made aequaii.ted witfi their composition. I Printed directions accompany each Plaster, signed nv me in my 1 own hind writing, to counterfeit which will be punished as a forge- | rv. Parsons about buying them will remember to ask for BA- j DEAU'S STRENGTHENING PLASTER, and see that they \ i get the direction thus signed. They are put up in boxes with large and atttartive show bills; will keep without injury in any climate, 1 and will he forwarded to any pari of the United Stales or British 1 j Provinces as per order, and a liberal discount made to those who i ' buy to sell again. In conclusion, I have only to add, that instances | are so numerous in which the most salutriy effet u have been produ ' ced by using them,th.it they are recommended with the most entire confidence to all who are thus afflicted. Sold wholesale and retail, at the Bowerv Medicine Stofe, No. 260 Bowery, New York,by N. W. BADEAIJ. dec 29 tf |? ? LL-bT. STOCK v AnuAAviiAntiyri r>rv**ivr,i\?iLScnanges an Kinds of uii- | current money at ihe lowest rates. AH kinds of gold 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 States [ and Canadies. oct 25-tf ! OUG H D RO PH.?A superior article for colds, cough* and all affections of the respiratory organs. Prepared and sold ' only at 145 Broadway. Mr 14-tf DOOK ESTABLISHMENT FOR HALE.? 13 That excellent stand, Clinton Hall, corner of Nassau and j j Beekinan, having a select assortment of Books and Stationary, can j he had on favorable terms. Apply at the .Store. dec 8-lf j : TVIEW YORK LIFE INSURANCES TRUST ; j is COMPANY.?Persons may effect insurances with this ComI pany on their awn lives, or the liyes of others, and either for the ! whole duration of life, or for a limited penhd. The payments ?f j I premium may be either made annually, or in a gross sum Premium* on one hundred dollars for one year. Age. J year. Age. 1 year Age. lyear Age. lyaar. 14 0 72 26 1 07 38 1 48 50 1 90 i 15 0 77 27 I 12 39 1 57 51 1 97 ] 16 0 84 28 1 20 40109 52 ' 2 02 17 0 88 29 1 28 41 1 78 53 2 10 18 0 89 30 1 31 * 42 1 85 54 2 18 ! 19 0 90 31 I 32 43 1 89 55 2 32 20 0 91 32 1 33 44 ' 1 90 56 2 47 21 0 92 33 1 34 45 1 91 57 2 70 ] 22 0 94 34 1 35 46 1 92 58 3 14 ,23 097 35 136 47 193 59 367 ,24 0 99 36 1 39 48 1 94 60 4 35 # 1 00 37 I 43 49 1 95 Monty will lie received in depo.it by the Company, and held in trust, upon which lateral will heallowcd as follows: Upon any sum over $100, iriedcemable for 1 year, 4} per ct. ' 100, " fur 5 months, 4 per cL " " " 100, " for 2 months, 3 pet ct. TRUSTEES. ! Wm. Bard, Sauil. Thompson, H. C. De Rham, : Thomas W. Ludlow, Isaac Bmnson, Jonathan Goodhue, I Wui. B. Lawrence, Peter Remsen, James MrBride, 1 Jarob Loril.'ard, Stephen Warren, John Ralhhune, Ji. I Juhn Ouer, James Kent, P. G. Stuyvesanl, ' Peter llRrmony, Nathaniel Prime. Titos. J. Oakley, ? V... V n?. a, l.l_ in.:.? , J-ilm G. Ctwtar, Benj. Knower, John J. As! or, * Thus. Suflern, Guhan C. V?*rp!?nckt Benj. L Swau, Jao. Mason, Cornelius W. Lawrence. WM BARD. President. R. A. NIOOLL, Secretary. F. U. JOHNSTON, Fhyildan to the Company sep Wj TO THE TRADE.?Clin:MlCALS.?Ttw ,briber \ M takes pleasure in ottering a very extensive assortment ?fthe rarest Chemical? of hi? ?wn manufacture, or tliose of a warranted 1 quality; a? likewise a large quantity of the more commun ones, all 1 are offered for sale to wholesale Druggists, or to country merchants j at lhe\mo?t reasonable terms, vizj 5000 ounces of lunar caustic, various qualities. . ( 1000 do prutsic acid, warranted for 3 rears. ./ 1 1000 do nitrate of silver in crystals, white and pure, I 2000 pounds spirits of haitsltoim-, F A FFF k. 5 h, j 2000 do sweet spirits of uitrr. F k FFG, 1000 do sulphuric ether and chloric and aceJic ether, 200 ounces iodides of iron, sulphur, lead, protto and deuto iodido of mercury, j 200 do hydriodate of potash, j 500 do kreosale, w ith directions, HJO do plaUica. in pla>, wire and sponge Marphin, sulphuric, acetate and muriate, quinine, sulphate, pr instate and phosphate. Anplyto _sep8 Or. LEWIS FKIJCHTWANGER.577 Broadway. FOR SALE?22*000 Acres of good timbered Land in the Slate of Maine, lying on the Naragaugus waters and within n few miles of ship navigitlon. The limber consists principally of White Pine, with a fair proportion of Spruce and Hard Wood; theie are, also, several gaod mills iv the vicinity, of easy access.? Persons who have been on it, represent it as a desirable tract of land and an object for speculators to lake hold of. Terms of payment will be (Aide easy and accommodating; for further particulars apply to J. G. VANOENBERG, dec 5-if 55 Chatham street OLD BROWN WINDSOR SOAP.-TbJs article* is in great demand, and :s much iinpro ved. It is particularly recommended for the nursery,or where af iniId soap is tequiied being femollient as a simple compound of Almonds, for sale by kukhton t ASPINWALL, ' ! janti 86 William street, and'UO Broadway. | ivfost extraordinart:-a whole familyuf I IvJ. 12 persons, is taught a Quarter, for only $10, the following ! branches?Piano, Guitar, Sing ny, Flute, Violin, Dancing, WaltiI inf. Penmanship, (stenography, and Book-Keeping; all of which wauld cost with other Professors not less than $100 to $200 for.even i one person, and which have and will cost in private with us from | $10 t? $20 each branch: still to those who will learn in a class, and i make immediate application, this great redticlionis made; so that every family, which cannot afford to pay so much money and time, f j may benefit by the most easy, short and thorough system ever yet discovered: taught with such surprising success the past 8 years in New York, by those "unrivalled and extraordinary " Six Lessrsn" Teachers, Mr. and Mrs. Goward, Pupils of thefirst Dancing, Music and Writing Masters in Europe and America. DANCING AND WALTZING?Monday and Thursday?2 till 5 and 7 till 10 Evening, at 252 Bowery. - * PIANO, SINGING,fcc.?Tuesday and Friday?2 till 5, and 7 i till 10 erasing, at 252 Bowery. i .PENMANSHIP,SHORT-HAND and BOOK-KEEPING '?Wednesday and Saturday?2 till 5, at 252 Bowery; aad at 174 B* tad way every morning 9 till 12, and Wednesday and Saturday eweaings, 7 till 10. jn 4-lw i). NUMBER 112. The Involuntary Ierne Mitker.?In the University of Salamanca, Some years before tlie French invasion, there was a student who had such a reputation with his associates for the ohtuseoess of his intellects, that he was designated?the student ?ith'one iilea! Frequently he hail truusgri'?.-ed the rules of his establishment?and as frequently been published?hut tine, imprisonment, and privation in food, were ineffectual?he still continued to be dull, lethargic, and stupid. What I was to be done ? The lieentiate> were puzzled. At ! last it occurred to one of them that he should be ordered to write a sonnet, and be confined to his room till it was accomplished. What a predicament for a man w ith onlv one idea.?to w rite a sonnet! He was in despair. "1 can't do it.'" he -laid. " Isy our Lady of the \ Bleeding Heart I can't do it! By the ten thousand dolorous sighs of the Virgin, 1 can't do it! By the roasti ing and grilling of St. Lawrence, I tun't do it!" Observe, these attestations were not all together, but at 1 separate intervals?for. as we have said, he was a stu] dent with the reputation of4* one idea." At last, in despair, he took up a sheet of paper, and thus recorded his sorrow:? SONNET. Oh ! w.?e i? me. how hapless it in/lot! A sonnet, terie and trim, for me lo w rite, Who never could. in life, a line indite? Bui what is here f Four lines, r>y luck. I've got, But then ten more an* needed for the plau: And what to think, my mu?e. in spite, wont tell. Ah hapless wight! there.*001)113 the dinner belL But why despair ? two stanzas I cm scan? Six more! and then?muchsooner said than done. Without a subject, how can I succeed."* I ixiuh'. in vain, for aid, tell every bead. Before this puzzling task of work were done. By all the sainls?1twelve lines ?I so in |?all eat! Once more1?my sonnet i* complete! Specimen of Clerical Literature.?The following is Iroin a " religious'7 newspaper, called the " Spirit of the Times," published at St. Louis. Missouri, and edited bv Elder Lawrence Greatrake. Mr. Great rake probably speaks from personal experience: Sham on those" Sabhuth-tramplinz. w hiskey-drinking, infidal baptists," who associate with the venerated names of our Nelson and Lovejoy the suggestion that " the cerebral softness of infancy is often found under the locks of mature aee ; that a big dog has been known to obtain the diploma of I >. D., upon his having been taught to articulate probv Aliter: and that editors of religious periodicals are, with exceptions?like angel's visits, few and far between?little duckling minds sputtering along in the channels of stupidity, and wallowing and wantoning iu the lnudpuddles of human traditions and human inventions, and dapping their wings in the imaginary salvation of the souls of multitudes through the instrumentality of their twaddle and quack- * ery." Shame and confusion, I say, on those baptists, thus to associate the venprated names of our College and Editorial Western Stars. Ohi r could freeze them all in tow* of ire, I could impale them oti a flash of lightning ; Could pilch them all into Colont! Syamirs' hole, And ?*'e ihein bob arid dash from side lo side, A*hoy* watch stone* in f.tllmff down a well. Oh ! I COOlfl fill their eve? with aq*foitis, At.d quirt litem full of oil of vitriol. Oh! 1 could pound and maul tfcem with a beetle, A? heavy as the Isle of St. Duiiiinro. Oh! 1 could stretch them o'er old Etna'* r rater. And roast them like a mess of Taunton herring. Substitute for Steam.?The following olan haw addressed bv .Mr. John Gait to the editor of the tireei*ock Advertiser:? "The fatal explosion of the Earl Qrey steamer at the quay has induced me to try if the principle of my preasnre syphon, of which you had the goodness tp insert some notice, could he applied to propel vesselsj.and the result has been so perfectly satisfactory, that 1 find myself actuated by humanity to make it public that others piay test the experimenl^the simplicity of which is not i the*least of its merits, vizl^? "Take a cylinder and stmjdrajfii the bottom of it in i communication a pipe?fill the pjf*5 an<J 'l,e cylinder S Wjth water?in the cylinder place a piston as in that of the steam-engine, and then with a Kramahs' press And a simple obvious contrivance whi"h the process will suggest, force the water up the pipe the pressure of which wili raise the piston. This is the demonstration of the first motion. " Second?When the piston is raised, open a cock to discharge the water, and the piston will deqend. | This is the demonstration of the second-motion, and is as complete as the motion of the piston in'.the cylinder of the steam engine, and a power is attained as effectually as steam, without risii of explosion, without the cost of fuel, capable of being apppiicd to any pur1 pose in which steam i? u?ed; and to an immeasurable extent. The preservation bt the water may in some cases be useful, and this may hi; done by a simple contrivance, viz. by making the cock discharge into a conductor. bv which the water mav rnnMt..l - every stroke of the piston into the pipe at the end of which the Rramali's press acts. " Mv condition does not allow me to do more than to solicit that the experiment may be tested. Although no mechanic, I yet believe ntvself mechanician enough to see the application of the principle." Rtchid Bry, when at Paris last year,-bore the title of Minister Plenipotentiary only, but now he ia invested with that of Ambassador from the Sublime Porte. Ha is about 40 years of age, low in stature, and of a mild and expressive eountenance. He is renowned in his own country for his learning. He was invested with jhe functions of Grand Referendary to the Divan; that is, he drew up the reports upon all the atfairs treated of in that assembly, which, however, are not numerous, nor attended with any very voluminons documents. He is extremely courteous to every body, but is evidently embarrassed bv his ignorance of the language and customs of France. His dress is composed of a French frock coat, of blue cloth, embroidered w ith gold, buttoned straight dow n the front, a swnrrl a gold belt,a diamond star on hi? breast, and a red cap on his head, which he wears constantly. All the officers of the embassy are dressed in the same manner, with more or less embroidery, according to their rank. Sonte of them have very fine countenances, and speak French very intelligibly. . The letter of congratulation from the Sultan to the King on his late escape, is very remarkahle both in its j form and tenor. It is nearly three feet long, but not I more than five inches w ide. 11 is written in a very neat ! hand, and signed in the margin bv the Sultan with th6 whole of his titles. It is of very thick paper, of extraordinary brilliancy and remarkably fine grain. Thipletlei was in a cover, Scaled with the arms of the^jbltan, and again enclosed in a rich scarlet caao^opBuiented with embroidery in silk aud gold, and having attagbgd to it a tassel very .finely wrought. i .