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?=====?B-a? * - rjp VOLUME 1. P17BI.UHKU DAILY BV JAMES GORDON" BEXXETT, OJfiet, PI*. 148 Aikim rtrttt, brtirrrn Baknian a*d Spmct tirttis, pptutie Or. Spring's Church, biucnient story. TERMS FOIl ADVERTISING. I square a year, $JU HO I 1 square 2 weeks $* 2) 44 3 osuntbs, . 8 00 | 44 1 week, . 1 75 44 2 moutb?, . 6 HO i "3 days . 1 00 M 1 mouth, . 3 00 j 44 1 insertion, . 0 5A Sixteen lines make a tqtitr*. rpo litiT, ih * Hmm 48l N> -iu-t. cafw X ner of Minetta street, a capiul stand t?r hu.-iius- and guod acgoiii bodalions far a -in ill fm'.ly?3 e mxI ifiisnt shiil hive a favorable leave. Apply to H ARRIS k CHA17NCEY, No. *!7 Pearl st., or, after 6 P. M. to TOWN5END HARRIS, No. 426 llu.lwn street. feu 4 e*4f. MPOE8 VLK.-THK THR&E 8 1'OKV brick bouse and Lot, No. 471 Broadway. Il may be seen between (be hoursef 12 * ul 3. feW3-Iw* QPLKNUIO LOCATlOX.-MAliifc.N LWK? O TO LKASE.?The store 107 M tideai Lane, (one ??f iheMirble Bal.linjs) on be north side of Maiden Line, the third ?lob below Pearl street. It runs thr.??i?fh frofn M ii leu Litt to Fiftdirr stieel, ana i* ? .out 30 feet deep, a.ul has 4 front n Fiet? her*tr*et, and is f?ur stories high. Th's it<ie of the m ? t cerrral *ituitions for business iu *ur cily. Apply to ADAM W.SPIES, No. 1JJ Pearl s reet. JOHN C. MORRISON k SON. feb 4-1 m IR6 and 138 (JrwinirhMrpft FOKC S V LjH? two eleg aiil 3 "lory H ouses, wan the lull Nim. 302 & 310 IGast Bmadnray. Thi home* are new, in pood order, in-d?ni style, and buiil in the best uiinner. Also, two Brick H ju*cs w h Ihr I >'s, in Columbia. Iwtween Grand and Broome ?K Th*. homes are two st >ry, and will he finished off in the very best modern *yle hy the nii ldle of April next. Anplv to feb 4-1w$ THOMSON PKICE. I?> E^i Broadway. MiioUS*rWAS T ?!> ?A O Modern Built Two story House, located between Canal i. B eecker streets, it west of Broaaway. Apply iinmcd ately at 413 Broadway. feb 4-ln>$ MF OR SAlTl^?The Lee of th House. 427 B n Mdway. IK it door to till* Laiayette B ink. Apply at N . 41J Broadway. feh4-lm$ TO IaKTi?TVVO HOUSES AND STOKES IN CANAL Street,near Broadway. Apply at 4id Broadway. feh4-lru$ ASM A LlTCON VE t IE X T ROOM TO LET -Ml ?Kront II ii*in, Second Fl**?r, ?uitah|e tor an office or artist's room. K?ut,$: bO per week. Apply at 202 IS roadway. A Pleasant II <o:n. Frontin; on Broadway, h iving a hard coal Crate, rJo*ets, See., suitihle tor a geMtleuiiu and his wife,or single \ feollemin. Apply 202 Broadway. feh3-3?? DRUG EST VBLLSH VIEST FOR SALE in the upoer pait of the cit f, which uflrit a finl-rate inducement for a beginner, narticulifi. a younz phyi cian. Rent moderate. The j reas ?ri oi the pr*-*eut proprietor ?elling out, is. he intends leaving the city. Apply in Greenwich street, two do->rs from Spring, between the hours of ten and one o'clock. feb 2- f i MIIOTSE WAVtED.-WANlKD, a genteel two j >torr ho ?*e, in a pleasant neighborhood. on or before the first of M iv next not further up than Canal itrrci. nor I lower than the P?rk, in or ueir ft road* ay. Any person huvieg such a Koti e to rent fir a term of years, in 17 fin.I a g >od tenant, with a null family au<l no rh'l Iren, by^ directing a note stating terms tad M?t'??o. u >1KDICU3, throa li litis oJfii e. 1 m 27-tf TO L(^T??The 11 pp**r part -f Store No. bZ Maiden laue. P*>j3e^^ion can be h id innotdiatt ly, applv t* W. k G. CURTIS, feb 5-1 $ On the pi emises. A BUNCH OP KICVS LOST.?L< i?st in going from j Spring street to Bowrrr, down the Bowerv through Chatham, Co P^arlstreet, to Wiili.im sL, thence to Mii?J<n Line and up Broadway, a nu.uhrr of k**r? <?u a site- ting. The finder will he suitably rewallied by ItMring ih* was *t 44'? Binrfw ny. feh ?V2l GRKKVWICH COAL. VAIIDS.-^ ?111 ilsoti corner of |?emy, and 413 llud?oii c ?ruer of Amos street, WHITALL & LAWTON respectfully inform their friends and the cot.stinaers of Anthracite Coal that they are daily receiring cargoes of very superior tpialily 8chuvlkill Coal, warranted to he eoual to a; y Coal sold in this market (under any name,) they would chII atienti< n particularly to the Sp.?hn and IJ.ite Vein*. From thiir arrant** ments this yesr th<ry f ?el aati?ft?d they w*ll be able to give *ati?f?? tion t> consumers both as to quality and pi ice. Order* sirirt y attended t<>. Orders received br A. De Camp & C >. 34 Wall ?treet; or t? A. Ten Evrk, 102 Washington street; J O. R lorhark, 195 Bowery ; or al either of ilteir y&ids. JAM ES D. W. WHITHALL, [C. F. jin 241 JOHN W. LAWTOX. fob 2-if ? lVERPOOL. ORUELL COAI ditch?rf?njj from ship -LA Waverlv, at Murray's whaif, Coffee H>u* slip, fii?l Quality all lowered into the hold. Orders lef. t:i board or at 54 Wall *t., at'ended to immediitely. feh 2-3t KITCHEX RANGES, MANUFACTURED BY LOCKWOOD if ANDREWS, No. 364 Broadtcay. The following i* a Notice, every wurd of it correct: XIT KITCHEN K \NGE.?After taking our dinner the other day. as umal, a', the refectory *?f the Custom II .use H>tel, kep*. by ; Horn It- Krw, we were invited into the K ilehen to examine a new Ri igc maii'ifictiuej by L<>c\wood Sc. Andiew*, 3S4 Broadway, proprietor of Perce's patent. We were so well convinced on a slichi I eiruination of it, added to the J?siranr.e nf mice host of its util ty and convenience, that we h ive f it k our du'v l?? *p^ak <?f it, and recommend it t??the notice of our reader*. In the Cr?t place, iu I convenience is a jre.it point. Th ? p trticulai article w4?icli we ex- | aoimrd enables the prjpriftun of the refect ?ry to fu ni*h well cooked dinn-rs o three or f>ur hundred people a day with le s than one ha!f tie tr?Himc and lab ?r \*hkh attends the use of the common i kil.'hen apparatus. AM Ih different appliance* for boihd, roasted and stewed, .irr so and conveniently arranged, 1 tut <>nf or tw<* person* can superintend th?- operation >>' a la pr eslahli>hinent. I Is rinrrn ence is, however, Mirpaised by its economy, at we were informed by ihe c<-utli uien of the h *use, li|( liy it they now save about twenty shillings a day i - ths article of fuel. We would recuin:ii*iid 1> any one wh i wishes to vei ify I hi* trulh of our remarks, I-' c ill .t tlw establishment it Messrs. floruit Frees, wh > will be h ippy to show their lange aiideiplutK its advantages, feb 4-tf OMBKGLLA AND PARASOL MANUFACTORY. 259 PEARL STREET. GARNER t CD.MSTOCK offer for sale, on the most reasonable tenn*, anew and elegant assortment of Umbrellas and Parasols, (of their own uuniilacture,) Comprising every variety of style and pattern, and to which they would respectfully invite the attention of thrir fiiendi and customers. feh3-lin* IYFAIaMBIatg WORM L')ZKNGKS. tor destroying th* Ion ind h w w >r us in the intestines of childr-n and rown perHMs, anikat the same tim-J quite palatable, fir sale, with directions, by th?' manufacturer, febS Dr. LEWIS FEUCHTW ANGER, 377 Broadway, f LK\ V'8 INDIAN DYE?For culm ing red, ILht, or grey ! VW hiir in 8 or 10 hum, wi h >ut staining the <?in. or injuring the | texture of the liair, in the least; for sale at It i.iper's Ph mnarT. No 3M Kr i?dwar, corner of Franklin St., br the er ?* ordoy-n. f2-tf A GAT:'. M'JRT IRS F* Jew l!er? and Chemists use, f..r withy OK. LEWIS FEUCIITWANGER, jan2i .TT7 Broadway. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY C<>XCKRV.DOCT D 4WSOVS CELEBRATED IIRICTIIRATIC BALSAM.?The curatite qualities aid virtues of tt* * in-<fic?ne ha? now stowd the t?t of experience f?r Iwelvejeri in thi> country. Mtny spuriou< imibtiua* am! mixtures have been ma le tocompcte with its virtue*; minr ofthein have go ?- out of notice. thv>?e th.it still liuje- are hut little u?ed *t present. Th?- propriety r? jr et? I# tnfoiiu the pu' lie that tsro rc?pertabl? Dr f hixHf* in thi? c ty hive made spurio*n imitations or ihi? c\cedent medicine, arid haves'* ftr fortot their duty to their felkm 1 citizens, .x to tamper wi ii their h?-?!th and r>nv it ittiou*, for the moan p Umre of a few il dlar*. Their ame* shall be e*po*ed to the public if caught in th- -ale >f anoth-r buttle The treat eelchri ty and refutation the irnirise Balaam lw.ir*, has heen h nestlv r-ui ed, hy the cure o' the following alfcetiont:?Gonorrh?e ?. G leeis, 8trictur -s, Reralriai We-aknes*. White*,P ?ins in the Loii??, Kid.??-vs, Irritation-of ih- Rlad ler and Urethra, Gravel, and other disorder* of the Urirwry P??sages, frequently performing a perfect cure in the thort sp ire of three or f??ur d ?y*. Be particular *othit theout?ide ofeverr bottle has a printed ran lion, ?umd S. A. S.nith, no other i?. ernuine. Complete directi on* accompany ev ry b ttle,so th*t no per* on.h vever IfnorauV, c-inei r. A few-bottles of the genuine may he had of P. Dickie, N?.. 41) Broadway; Dr. IVart, corner ThaiibersL and Broadwav; also hy James Smith, Fuitoo sL, Brooklyn. jaa 20-1 ui If XT' IT 1 I Hi I 8 NEW-YORK, SATURDAY l^OCTOIt HOVDt a Member of I lie Hoyal Collet;#! of \J Surge?.us in irel.ind, ami lately a practitioner m the city of London, oders >1 is services lo the alflic ted tin (he treatment of a rrr* tiivi disease. Iii? long experience ami close attention lo tl.i* class si complaints, his plra5i**L and expeditious mode <>( treatment, his extraordinary success Juiinz a !o;ig and extended practice, and ihove all, hi- U gitiuMte ui'-dical qualification* aie a few of the ground* on which he rots his claims lo public nxtronaee. In this tgeof eiupii icisrn when ignorant pretend* r* ami impudent quurks ire daily spreading their net* to lure the unwary tode^tructi'Xi, 1 )r Boyd would wish to raise a friendly and a warning voice to hi* fclow creatures, and tell j hem t?? beware of such dangerous persous.? Thousand* who might have i?etn at flu* day, " in the health .v>l palmy piide of manhood,** it their ca>es ha 1 only burn treated by lie dulv qualified, are now immhet?<d amongst the incurable and he dead. Apparent cures are very common and easily eflerU-d; out to eradit *te Uie latent poi^n, which will otherwise consign its victim to an untiLiely gras'e, lielong* to the l**eitimale province of medicine in the hands of a skilful and aide pi*cli?ioner. T..a. Ui. boyu i? suu.,^fc .? .vi...n? lo convince nis patrons, by producing or their inspection his regular diploma.as a meuioer of tlie Hoy.il College ot burgeons in Ireland, and likewise teitimonial* (or caps* " iiily and skill, fiom many who are justly considered as light* and iin.iments of theit irofe?sion. His mode of treatment is safe, efTecual and expeditious, not requiring either tl?e u?e of mercury, or roAraiut in diet or eieicise. Recent iflectNu he pXIges hi.nx If to remove rid ir illy within a few days, ami cases of l<?*e*r ?tandiu" ...j wiii lu. i.a9i~i ?.;ii. .??: .1;.^ -1:11 1 ki j case, the patient buj rest asssireri, afur haris* being discuarg-d from the hoids of Dr. Boyd, thai hi- healjh i? etlahlislied u pout 4 tound and firm basis. and that his con?titution is renovated and unimpaired. Hii professioi ul Honor ami faith aie pledged to this and i>e flatters himself that ibcharacter *nd standing are sufficient warinly for its fulfilmen The strictest hmior and secrecy may in all case- be relied upon. Hours of attendance fiom 9 o'clock in the morning 1 ill 10 at night *ep 21-ly OFFICE, 14 Dover st-ont doorfmm Water. rkOCTOR CORBITT MAY BE CONSULTED IN m-P the most confidential 111 inner, at his office, 12 Duane street, bet ween Chathun and William street, N<-w York, where persons afflicted with del cate di?ea es, old obstinate ulcers, dyspepsia, worms, dii? a-es of (he tila-ldrr, urethra, and kid .eys, and alt dia ea*e* arising from the abuse of mercury, or impuritv of the Mood, aie invited to call. The baneful effects often arising fr ?tn the abuse of meicury, need no description; penons troubled with a certain disease may appk to Dr. Corbitt %% ii h the assurance of having it ra dicallycured without a p it tide of mercury, or anv other dangerous medicine. His cliaige* are leasonahle, and proportioned to the means of the apnlican , l>r. C. has been educated in Europe, under teachers of arkitcrl^scd talent, and h s had considerable practice in extensive hojpit-h and dispensaries, lost ant relief given to l'io*? afflicted with the piles and a perfect cure effect* d in three days, without confinement hum business 01 the slightest pain to the patient. A medicine may lie had to prevent the occurrence of a certain dis?>a?e. The most honor a cresy observed. Attend ance daiivfru r PPM jan7 tf CJEVIJINE POLAVDRIA OIL. .-A sure East M Indian cure for Uie Rheuuistism.?This Polaudria Oi! is the estenliai oil extracted fro* 11 the Pol uiJria tree, am! is an infallible cure forth it distressing disorder, the rheumatism, in al! its stages. F*?r sale by P. Bntne! i Ci^ 51!) Greenwich street, two d.#.?rs below Spring; Patrick Dic.ki , 413 Broadway, cornerof Lisper.aid street; J. Syir.e, 63 Bowery, comer of Walker reel; and Di. (iuion. corner ??f Grand street ar.d the Botvciy, Price $*2. jan?>-tf 1?QRCOU6(I9, COLDS* ASTHMAS, fee. fc ? Dr LO\ EMAVS B dm of Gi'.ead Balm i>a m?dicin of treat efficacy and healing properties. Il ha? b< en established up wards of forty years, and is rKoioin^ndei] by the highest medical chirKUn, for long standing Cough', Asthma*, Hiurfrn^. and affV-c tion? of ih" Langs, Spilling oif Blood, nijght sweats. Ate. kc.? It pos-esse? alt the astonishing c.?nceiii rated vir ues of the tree in its l:i?ne?t state of perfection, and ?hould always be u?ed when theie is any rli nice of recover* from the <ibove distressing diseases, lis reputation and invaluable piopertilies are loo well known to require any further comment. Fir sale hy P .mirk Dickie, 413 Broadway; J. Svine, 6J B nwery, and by P. Burnet Cc. 550 Gn-enwichst. Prire 50 rent* per bottle. jan JG-tf SUSPENSORY BANDACBSi-A genera! a-F.rf ment of the ab >ve ^rticlrs for sale at No.2 Ann itrrrt jm 2n Gonorrhea, gleets strictures Seminal Weakne*:es, Whites, Irritation of the Kidneys, Bladder. Urinary C and and Pros Ira e Gland*, Pains in ihe L-.ln?, and ail venereal ca*es of on-f ?tan ling, may be speedily cure i by the u?e of only one b ?llle of Dr. Hone's Mignuui Bo'iim, a preparation of sarsaparill and the choicest material*, which hassled the test of 18 years* esperienee, and ?houl-J be used In all cases hy personam de or feiu tie, irmhled wi h anv o the above diseases, in all their di/r?reuist.i;es. F ?r*?le by A. Under hit I, 36 Betkinui, corner of Wjllia.u; J. Colvill, jr. 4J8 Bro nlway, col of llrooue ; E. by T. Au-tiu. 4 > C malticstreet. Piir?? $2 per Mtle. jan 27-tf CO VSUMP riOV.?Dr.L n-einin's Ral:a-fGiiead. Balm i i all the different Blades is tho be?t medicine extant, and should nlwiys have a trial, as its tn**dir iu.*l properties art truly great. F.raale hv Patrick Dickie, 413 Bio way; J. Lyme, GJ B .wery; and hy P. Burnet k C ?. 510 Greenwich street. Pi ice 50 cents per liotlle. jan 26-lt tammerixg cl kko.-t liesutiscrif?ei has located himself in this cit> for the purpo-e of curing Slammer ing and all *ther impediments +( speech. And has taken rooms in No. 9 Courtl indl street, Western H ?tel, where he will attend to all who in iv rait on him, that in iv need ins services. Ilarias been himself stHided fromthildho d w ith a distressing impediment of speech, he availed Inm-elf of the modes of care taught hy the celebrated Mrs. Leigh of New York, aid Dr. Ch tprnan of Philadelphia without ?wcce-s. B t jfiera 1 nig ind patient i ve?iig ition of the nafore and cause of his affliction, he h*s succeeded in inventing a system t-iiliiely new, by which he has cured hinis If and a!l otners who have made applic ton t? hiu. Thn system has in several instances proved successful in cases which had rvisled the mxt ?k Iful treatment from other-, and it ha iu no case faio-d t?> fT-rt a complete cure. Being iware ofihe f icl th ?t persons have heen i?? this rity who profes?ed the a;t curing ^Unimeting, and who e sys *ro was in id? quate to eff? ct a cure?yet, h iving spent a .out a year in he Snstrucl'on of other* since eff? cting a cure upon himself, he fe*l? a p? rfect as-urance iu coning before 111? public of lhi? city, bringing mnnlf testimony ...c ?rr ui ill* .wi ?? ?fi .1.3 ?#T?u HI ill others,an.1 flic romp ete *uvc>-**> (hat has in a'l ci ? attended its application. Ife lias a^oc'uteil willi him Mr. J. Sinclair, recently one of his pupils, a* an a?st?tint. By lh't3 arrangement, ladies will be taught in 4 separ ?te cla*?. Terms from 25 to oO doll tr*. according to the nature of th" ca?e -md thr situation ?*f the applicant. A cu:e in all cases will be fusmitee?l orthemmey will be refunded. For further natltculars inquire of the subscriber at his room#, or by I-tier post paid. jau J2-3ia HENRY WELLS. GEVf lVE HVGEI.1N VEGETABLE I'MKRSAI. MEDICINE. mauntartured in this ctnintry ny GKORGlD SILVESTEft. (from fiug.and,) who alone ispo*scM? ra of the original recipe. Sold n? oh!<?nr-?f)iiare tin ?*?xes. neatty pnve|??p<Hl. with directions enclosed. at $1,50 and $0,73, being b*il tialf the price of the imp ?rw-d artir le. TESTIMONY OF CURE. New York. November 22.133-r?. Dea: Sir?I? ivinf a (f??ire to discharge mv obligations m y.??, as %vell as to promote ?o?>d to *q feriiig humanity, I herewith send you I for publication an extraordinary ca*e of cure effected by means of Toni llvreiao Vegetable Universal Medicine, in thepe s?i.of rny ! son, R<?fph, acetl about thirteen years; in which I shall endeavor to be as biicf a* possible, that you mw l?c en ibl?-d to m :ke it more eate sively known. Whilst in Edinburgh, my native place, more I than two yean ago, lie received a stroke on the elb->w with ? rule, so severe as to create in tlie joint what wa* termed by physician* an | inflammation of the - bone, from which he has suffered severe pain I until within a short time p ist. He has be?n treat* d by some of the i most eminent physicians in Scotland, which tended but little to ameliorate his Milferiitgs; c;>.i-e?jtieMlly I despaired of |>i* ever again having the fortnt r advaittaee in the use of hi* afflicted arm. Happily I was at lenrth induced to make trial of the meilirine in question; from which in a few d iys us? he experienced considerable relief, afterwards his complaint *?*um*d i more aggravated form, in the breaking out, I suppose, of putrid or acrid humors anMiml the affected part; but receiving (his as a cviwploa? of the pooil er*-cts ot the medicine, Tour dirfctium were followed, hy cun?iilfn?My augmenting the d>??*v until h?- look as many as t* ?? pill* a <1 ?y, frunn which be rained %rmM relief, Had he U now, after about three months use, re^jrcil to health. I can alto hear te?l-m??ny to the p?d ' Ifccii of vour medicine in ca*e of fever ami a?ue and other coui<i??;i complaints; to would reconi'tietfl those tffl?c?ed with ..ny diiordci to test its virtues. Respectfully subset ibed. hv four oHIieed, WILLIAM BELL, Airh'?tect an 1 Draughtsman, corn* r of Houston and E*?cx-sL Mr. (ie.>rge Sylvester. Certificate* '.f other e* inordinary cases in which thi? invaluable medicine lia* he*?ii **quiUr efirriiiii), mtv he seen at the st??r?- of D. BRYSON, Confectioner, Agent, 112 Fulton s reel, near Broadway dee *>-tf C?RESll JUJUBE PAST E? w?t imported a"d I ?r al by DIL LEWIS PEUTCWWANGhU, ERAL u FEBRUARY 6, 1836. C')L"GUS, COUGHS.-COKBYVS COLliH L..WUm. nrcD.>rpd hv Onrhvn A.* f!??.. .1iKl UJkan I There L izencers are universally a lotted, by physicians of the h;ghe>t standing, to be one of the best prepaiatious for he cure ol Coughs,Cold*, Asthma*,Air.e?er otF red to the public; many thousa *1 pet* ?us h <ve experience! their happy and salutary %tTect?, many of whon have- been by asthmatic and cousuuiptiv? complaints r??iuced to the brink of the grave. They promote a fiee and ea*y eiptcioratiuu, and reihot* any tendency to intimation or torenes* o<"the lungs, shortness or difficulty of breathing, aed the genera 1 oppression which interrupts re-pir.ition, Lc. k.c. Price 50 cent? |fr h ?x. A .-iigie box will be found ?ufli ient to remove the most *-b-tiu itc r ?e?. For sale by 'i. COL %Y, chemist, Jtc. 35! Pearl, coiner of Fiankfort *t, Franklin Square, the only agent for the city. jan 27-1 m* E,- V \ \S' VEGETABL ; miiLS^CALiT i MEL A\D PHYSICIAXS.?How miny persons who have | oceu afflicted with various <!i-e.ise?, as Consumption, A-lhma, and dm<M every other disease, being under the care of iheir Family Physician, who stimulated them wen to salivation with ralomel and othei drastic drugs, to the destruction of their delicate frames, tnd at the same time endeavoring: to per-uade them lliat^here is no ot er method of cure! This lb* proprietors of the above medicine fearlessly deny, ?tnd as bi!dlv declare, th.it Rvai.t' Camomile Piiii. and hi- PumnIv Vf**rnah1r Aperient Pill*, will produce more go hJ in one we?k than Calomel or t ie conmion injurious netnod of treatment v\ii| produce in one year; beside*, no injury can possibiy be derived from Evans' Vegetable Pills, and this cannot be said of Calomel and other poisonous drugs. K vans' Camomile Pill* art extracted ?rom rhe Camomile flower*, by a process ktnmn only to the proprietors, an l arc highly remiimendtd to all nenrons and delictte persons. e?peci dly ladies, who cannot bear much stimulating medicine. klvHus* Family Vegetable Aperient Puis are coini pcuuded of the choicest vegetables which have ever l>een discoveied, and are for ail Bilious and other dis? -*es arising from impure blood; the Camomile Pills being a sper'fic for the nerves, and thv Family Vegetable Aperient Pills for nil the dise?4??? of the Mood No doubt your Family Phcsician advises you uot to use what hey term quack medicines (they mean those medicines they wil? > not get p.(id for.) although Evans' Pills do uot contain a partic le of quirk ilver. [The origin of the word Quick is from the word ' Quacksoibt r, ttie oiiginal word for Quicksilver; those nlio first ' used thi? poisonous mineral were termed quarks; now ifth y were , justly to called, 'toes length of time or any other circumstance pre! vent the just application of the same erui to tho*e who now use it t \nd it so, unnv ot ttie honorable profession of}!. D.'s cannot escane ik# r.dNUinuBlH>M 1 Wk-> i.d accelerate* your death; (hen may i adriie you, that if you an friend* to your own constitution*. aixi to your own health, reject iheir Blue Pdls and Calomel Powders; and if you are ill, try the above ineuicinc* ac oiding to direction* given with" eui, ami they ire warranted to do yon good, and never to do you harm?Evan#1 '.heory hringd-iily proved bv ihe great good his medicinc* are perorating. trwm the innuoi*-rab!e te-tim >tue? in th#-ir favor. Evaus' Camoiuilr ami Aperient Pill? ;<re sold at wholesale and retail, at Dr. Evam*office,9t> Division*!., New York. iaol3-lin$ The orTl) galk.ws hkTo, u p?ck sm^lo* EVAN'S ?uperior tn?ih *1 of curiog a rertain ?ri*t;a?e, i* mi ver*ally arkn >wledtrrd in this city. AU >, Gleets, tinctures, Fi-'n las, and all diff UM ariiin^ fitmi th? impurities of tiie h!>K?<!. T medicine) are mild saf", expeditious, and regularly improve t ? ; trength; his charge# are reasonable, and the cure is warranted per feet without confinement or hindrance from Jiusirie**?recent and ip cil ci*ei cuied in a lew days without a pirticlr of .Meirury. Stranger* in ty p^wsibiy experience a difficulty in making a choir* | Dr. E. respectfully solicit* a call, which will enable them to **<? cise their own judgment?experience in extensive Hospitals, an# n America for 38 year*, will he in consent enable him to give per : feet >ali*factiou to all those who faror him with their confidence, j in 13 READ THIS!-ASSIST NATrKlf !2?it man. ?ay* Addison, would be content to fallow Nature, and km**! i her in her 'iperationi, what michty effort* might we expect! Ever) i thing would dispose itself into order, ai it were,of course; *nd tin whole work is half do:.e as soon a* undertake-.. Purge out the old leaven that ye may be a new lump, i* the language ?f Scripture; this however, i* denied by many, a* having reference t?? the body, though it i? known the hone by instinct eats thorns, lhi?tle?, Ilc. foi . tlMf purf^a ??f ?ui (I** c? * br Ibis law of physiology, t<? preserve health, se.irr1ie* th? fit-Id* for th* gleaning*, wjiere the hii?!i.iiidiiiiir* ha? nth**!#''! ?Jf hit nnliln#* ?mi iIm l^. -l and become a new lump, or aoconling to llie original, a healthy an* mil Iii like manner (he dor and cat, and many oilier animals, meander through (he field*, when costive, (hat (hey may make a selection of those erases calculated to open their bowels, and purify (heir fluid*. Do we not see the feathered tribe, bemuse deficient of gasltic juice, -wallow and cartycoalinually .tones in 'heir Uoailchi, lo promote digestion, and produce ]< althy clivle, to putifv th*ir LI?od, and opvn t>eii and hence these aninals of the hrutal race, from thus ASSISTING NATURE completely ?e i rurelheinielvM against epidemic ontlfiuiu, although they are un derthe sa:n< law* which govern the human uiimal ecunomr. Tlris principle of purgation, or a*si?trng nature, is not Dr. Brandrelh'* o? any o(her man's, l>ut it i? a principle of Xatuie. Ate nnt (he tider (he d .ily purgative of the Ocean.' stoims and lutrHcanes (he purgatives or purifiers of the ?ir ? !ff?r any length of (im'-this pru.ci pie becomesinactive, do not U?(h water am! air become stagnant and if the circulation of ?ur !#!?? ?! becomes languid. d* not humor* accumulate in the body, which ofht to be paved hy the bowel*. :nd which, if not remaved. *<?m ?luJie up lh?* veins the arleries and ' the passages of life f ^ Mankind.4 o?n f. ct? like these. inM't ?ee th? , all-important necessity of attei di-% t?, the *tate c.f the stamach and bowel", anu the import""' '?f a m* dici-.e which removes all'noxI ious acrumuUlion-fi.uu lh*-tn. witvnut weakening the svs?ern? nd tuch is BRANDR^TIPS VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS, which in England h.?ve stood (fir test of83 year" trial, ami have performed cute* for thousands of hopeless and helpless perj sons, after the UMial scientific m"dica! skill of phvairiaus had con| soled them. tbey could d no more. Their properties as an antihlliion and aperient medicine are unrivalled; all who use ihe.n | invariably recommend (hem; theii virtues surpass a'l eulogy, and must Ik* u*eJ to he appreciated. The wreak and delicate will It sti-enrihened hy their u?e, not hy hraciue, but by removing thecau-e of weakness, the gross cirunt humors from tl??? Ir*dy. One 25 cent bo* will e-(.?hli;li their efeaiactefaud.pmve tlier^ i? truth even in an advertisement. They require no care .?fa!iy kuid; occupation* ar* not at all iiu|?eded hy (hcii ?>e. Plaiu directions accuoipjitj each box. to that every one i* his own competent pits ?irian. .rial notice of the Sun, J<Hh * fOctober. BRAXDRETH'S PILLS.?There are ft w who do not know, that (he essrure of food" is converted into hlood. which, so formed, assimilates itself to (he various ramifi<'ationi of (he human franc*. We take it, therefore, a? a clear axiom, that lhat nedtcise winch make* the blotNl pure, uiibout weakening (h?* system, must lie most excellent; and .t? we know Braudreth'* Pills to be such a medicine, we rerommeuJ them will confidence lo oir fi lends. Many ai d , hi^li ire their testimonial*. 7500 testimonials have been received,f?om individuals of the highest respectaliility. Call at Dr. B.'s st ae, and read the original letters, al! proving the extraoidinary power of Br^ndreihS Pills in ' removing di-e,?je^ of the most opposite character from tl*e const ituti.m. They In fart prove, by the cuies they m tkc, lhat there is m necessity far any other medicine. New York.?Mr. Laure, 2^' Eighteenth st., A. S. Wifhtmaa. watch and fancy store, la Fulton st.; N. C. Nafis, bookseller, Lr. 98 Catharine tf.; B. S. Taylor, grocer. ltr.;7SVesev E. H. Tripp, talioner, Ate.. 167 Division *1.; W. &. D. D. Wricht, hardwureinen, 38 Houston st.. corner of Lewis st ; Mr. Goward, Universal Book store, comer of Chith im and Pearl ?t?; Mr. N??ye, 172 Br<H?me st.; ^nvmiui ol kn.i^i urrawnn ?u ; :% \soni, z J>t riow^ry ; Brewer Ac. Cu., G9 Ca?'?i' *>t.; P? fei Cunningham, corner of Allen 1 and Siunton *L?.; L vi M irk*, 2b") Fi ? I ?!., rou:er of D#vci. Jervy City.?Mr. Sbipinan, Lottery <ff.ce, corner of Ferry Lmdintr. WilHiuvb'irgh.?J uue- L?'th:r, ropeaiak'T, X??r<h Third iU, ! near Second ?? < et Jennie a?J un'-5 Iferriman. NMvhnrgh.?Willi mi Leslie, printer. Newark.?J hn R**iib? r, corner of Broad and M rket street. Pattenon.?Mr. Po*i. Pa*>aic I! ?tei. Bmokh'n.? B. B-j lh, iralrh maker. Ti Fulton ?t. I! nl a em.?J-*hn S. Keiiyon, P .*i Office. Nru R'*rho!le.?A CouUtit, O h:m t maker, fcc. , DR. Bil WDRKTII'S OFFICE f r the sale of the al*?vr ! where fie inir he rornu'ted emlis by Ih ?se ukin; his Pills, on Mow | <Lijn. WetlneMfiys ud Silur<laf?. dec 23->m* p.VTKVT SCOTCH ITCH OIVTMKVT.' For pSfvintn^i, cKp (lili<?:i, r isc. an J certainty, it is infinitej of ?nperior to .my other medium*. for llie cure of the ITCH ; it is ! i? certain in ii? ufvialiin, that it lia? never fir!?td in any one instance wtmever, r?f efrflu tllr rupiij ihit diogreethle disorder, in oik nifbi. hr one application only. i'l-uzfi applied (o ihjmv thon*and? in the I7.iit"i! Sia'**?. It .! *?? ti<?f con! tin me Inst particle ot Merttirr. b it in iy he ippliei'. ivith :h- createst -afety to tfie nwit dciicate l.nfj d'tiiiii: pr*?irn*r,T J 01 'h- tetulere* infant*. One l?ox is a cure fur * gfmrn pervm/and divide*!, cure* t vu children, For *ale Hy um 6 VAllfW B. GRAHAM * p.^>^l4V SWEET BAGS.? Kn invoice of F.?Irs 1 fmniifictnre, ?o ceieHritcd for cceniing Trunk?, Driwcn. kc., I' ren?!i riiij t hem n-cure from rc;th". i.r. Kur m!^, hr?lie frix?, dwmi, or ?injfe onC|hy llfJSIITON t ASPI.V*VALLf dec tC fi William street, and 110 Bruadwaf* D. NUMBER *38. [Prom Butnei's" Rietici."| LAY OF THE LADV OF PROVENCE. Ah, why ar tu >u sad, mv he-rt ' Why Dark?omf a-d lon.-ly ? Ft own* I he face of the h ippy sky Ovei thee only? All aic, ah me ! R*ndti to joy tlu earth! Griefshun*, not envies, Mirth' B it leave one quiet ?po(. Where Mirth may enter not To sigh ah me!? Ah me! As a bird, though the *k v be clea~, Feels t he storm lowei t My foul bodes the tempe?t near In the sunny hour ; A' me, ah me ! Be glad while yet we may! I hi J thee, my heart, be gay; Aud still, I know not whjr,? Thou ui?werett willi a ?i&h, (Fond heart!) ah me!? Ah mt-! As this twiligut ??'?r the skies, Doubt bi ings the sorrow ; Who know*, when the daylight dies. What waits tin- morrow ! \h ...* ak ' Be Millie, be blithe, my lute, Thy strings will soon ??e mill*; B bli lit-?hark ! while it d e?, The note forewarning, i ighi lis last?Ah ow!? Ah uie! A PARTING GLANCE AT ROME. The grand illumination ?f the Dome of St. I'eter's! In order to afford their Majesties of Naples an opportunity of beholding this ' magnificent spectacle,' on Easter evening, a suite of rooms in one of the houses opposite the Church was handsomely fitted up. Cardinal Hernetli, as Secretary of Slate, and Cardinal Ganiberini, as Minister of the Interior, did the. honors, and receifed their Majesties. A large assemblage of Italian and foreign uobility, ambassador*, &c. were invited. Through the courtesy of his Excellency Chevalier Kistner, the Hanoverian Charge d'Affairs, I had the honor of receiving a card. Tlie illumination of this magnificent Dome is a spectacle ?f no ordinary grandeur. From darkness, the whole j of this stupendous pile became in an instant a blaze of | 11 gill. All the lamps were tirst so arranged as lo show lite outlines of the vust IuUric in tl?e most effective manner: but is 8 o'clock struck," in the twinkling of an eye," the whole was changed. The lights became inftre brilliant and transposed, so ns to represent a series of figures, with a splendid and really dazzling effect. This quit k transition, considering the magnitude of the exhibition, appeared the operation of magic. The effulgence of the intense volume oflight above, was almost rivalled by (he gay and joyous scene in the grand piazza below, as bright as da\, filled w ith fashionables and admiring multitudes ; while the majestic colonades, with | their numerous Corinthian columns, also lighted up, i realized the conception of a fairy tale. During the eveuing, while in conversation with Lord ] C re, we were joined by I'rince Carlos of Napier. , His Royal Highness begged I would inform ltim to j w hat corps or description of force the uniform I wore j belonged, as the King was anxious toknow. I explain, ed all particulars to the Prince, and noon afterwards, on turning round, I found his .Majesty making a minute inspection of my rifle ap|M)intiuenis. It was only, taat [ became aware of his military hobby. We afterwards drove w ith the accomplished Countess of 1) , and her clever son, Lord II , to Monte Pencio, w here, in front of the Palazzo de .Medici, or French Academy, i there is a large basin of water, w ith njel ti'eau playing in the centre, over which, some venerable trees, on eacR , side, form a most romantic arch; through this the illuinitiation bnd an unique effect, affording a brilliant vista, I exceeding all description. On the follovi ing evening, all Home wa? in commotion, hastening to witness " La Girandolo," or grand | fire-wt?rks nt tlie Castle of St. Anielo. Another state party was given by the Pontifical governntent, at a house at the end of the bridge, on the left hand of the Tiber, immediately opposite tlie Castle. I had again the honor of being included in thn party invited to meet i their Majesties. The exhibition wus most superb. Arwons the closing festivities was a ('inner party, followed by u stand musical soiree at the Pi.lazzo .M ti, . given by an English gentleman who holds the rank of j Colonel and Adjutant Geic-ral in tlie Pontifical army. Tli? party was honored with the presence of the Dova] gerQneen of Naples, a ad uumbers of Roman and foreig nobility -t Horrible Transaction.?It is slated in the Newcastle : (Del.) Gazette, that a circumstance of a most horrible nature took place in the neighborhood of Smyrna last I week. It appears that two families, one named Num: bers, were moving; one of th-m out and the other in I a dwelling house near Ken'on, in Duck<'ivek Hundred, and that both parties to the number of seventeen ute a dinner together. A few hours after, t'n- whole company, w ith the exception of one w ho di<4 not eat, were taken sick, with violent piins,and every other symptom of having l?eeii poisoned. Medical assistance having been called, they all recovered except .Mr. Josoph Moore, who died in extreme agony. The contents of his stomi.ch have b.^en forwarded to Philadelphia for examination. It is supposed t'mt arsenic was sprinkled upon the meat, and a m'ero woman named Kncliael Sanders, who p-rformed tiie duties of cook, has been arrested and placed ill Ken! county Jail to await l?er tri;i I at the next court of Over and Terminer. No cause ia assigned for her conduct, and she declare? herself entirely innocent The Editor of the Georgia Courier says:? We have seen the postscript of a letter dated Columbus, January 19, 1836, to a Gentleman here, stating the arrival of a rumor there, that Tallahassee had been taken by the Indians, burnt, and most of ita inhabitant* massucreed. The writer, oes not himself believe the report; but savs The citizens of Columbue were about meet me to adopt measures for the safety of that plaee. Virginia Coal.?We understand from the Cumberland Advocate, that a chemical test of the Virginia Pennsylvania, and Liverpool coal, has resulted in the decision that the former is thirty tiro percent better than either of tUe other coals. It has also fieen ascertained that the Alleehany coal answers nil the valuable purposes of smelting.?Cot'ricr. (I ?' The weather continues remarkably cold and disagreeable. When the winter breaks up, look out for freshets and overflowings. If the spring should set in rapidly, much damage may be expected by floods.