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vomiikii. *o.a?T. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20,1837. whole wo PUBLISHES DAILY BY JAMES GORDON B1IWBTT, Jt the CHmon Buildings, at th* earner if Nihim amd Baekmmn atraata. TERMS Of ADVERTISING.?1%e eatenei ve circulation atthe Harald, both in Iwwa sad country, make it a rniwriw channel far wMml FOB TWILVI LIMBS, OR LBSS. 1 liar, #0 M I 4 days, *1 ? I 7 days, #1 S7 I 10 day?, $U M 3 - - . 0 75 5 - - 1 60 3 ? - IN 1| . . 3 37 3 . . . I OS | ? 1 75 | ? - . S IS | If . . )N FOB BIGHT LINK, SB UUS. 2 weeks. tH 50 I 3 months, ?8 OS 1 bmbUi, 3 OS I I mouths, 15 SS B3-A11 advsr: isements I o be paid far before their inssrtion. Advertiaanents inserted ia the Wbkklt H Bit alb, at 91 OS per square evsry insertion. Hermann and Ro^?,'||le' ?* the P? illllltltt _t?r? Hermann was one ol those ^"doubtful seems lo have taken P'0*8"? nce the principle of destination. He l}.a ''' Unfortunately he lost every virtue and of every vicc- ^ Brought his father while h.w?? ye^ wllhoUt foresight, he up by his molh?r *th vear without ever having met reached his nin?1.?? " u:3 wiH and his character had the least opposition obstinate, tyrannical and ^eloped of right or vindictive, hav 8 impression at the moment, wrong than bis owni n w ol)DOHed. It ought, which a passion g ^ deformity of his however, to be rem?rk , ion or the irregularity character was but thu ex m, depended entirely of a virtuous pnnci^e-w that j tempered on circumstances, whether this ainguj man should become a scounirc distinguished Kindness, go^ncjjrandI J^^^iend. Rodo phe from his' hea" g j t impe. Well educated and favor nous, his first , tl moie durable, Ins con able, ^hisjuc^^ ^mo ^ ^ by nexion ^ ^"^anded applauac; easy, indulgent surprise, nor comma n ceable and 81Iuple and constant in hisit rien ^rtheleM, one thmg "VI?r-olld arouw him from that happy calmness Zhleh Sn.toS! "i.cluster, ?nd .mn^ort h,m into ihe highest mio ?o liitle It was mumc also, which, J? n? between Her formed for each other, bad J J ? B()th 0f jnann and Rodolphe the kno> ^ fa(noU9 Sebas th?m directed by K- , apupii of their master, tian Bach, they followed the? P j hin musical and promised to Germany, already so ncn illustration, two yet 9 of these young What rendered the c>r^V"3 lhot though their men particular y remarkalle, , distinguished talents were developed by the ,same ^ master, yet each prese have difficult to of his own genius, tha school of music.? believe that they v"ere o^ ^ the Grave and serious, harm , singular and uner inspirauons ofilodolph |? 'm "in the music of namented were those of H into ex. the first, there was ai charm whicn inre^y #f rayi(jh_ . y-vood bo11 m your veins-U had in it 90n,^^^hcBe 'two-they There was no d.fferenf, fcKc"hS ffM-tj. ?T:7lVn? either. It wa?kh finished ^ihey were always equally menced, or which nnisbod:,, y intimacy rnrpived bv unanimous applause, ana tv.0 ?nS?LP* r^f Twom.,!! it not to be .h.red, and & r^".h'hThe HE# SA- d^J - split. it was at the house of gure, a tender hea ^ ^ ^^gjon, her a moat excellent muse , ^ to thu kind mother pr^lrf her, for tne M,icitud<s world with a pride m>^ d ^ presents the S^hT.rP^S honor .nd ,?,nre h, x.r? mud with the company w for repeate?l solicita pieccs of music rj't ^ datfon9 with modesty, and rn SlTSSiSSiTon Really those of Hermann and B^dolpha occupy the piano with Ju 11 ^0lpJ n f?ur-handtHi piece Nev^r were lie. They played a four hanaj P understand ^rrP^oVXr-hou^h,^ K?. ?"?h l""" t"r"1 whe" More quick sigh ted ^ exclusive emotion, suddenly possessed of a new ana tai. He hmj ?^n1 in'th^twnd^ul1 P?r"?^rnt^C^n"e||^nc^Iof two true, the intelli g nrr o( two 1 ycc hiimelf in , ""^WITKCU. h^d occ..r,cd-i. ^ t.^ o m?ko .t torn to tlte -nine .Jv.nt.ge waii h? u?<. to ?? ? |, h wn, J,-vol,ring l^ssssss "saSiSHS"wicit?t?l nftcr having ?tt?d the piano, he would have scattered the ap??jl?? ??"d i"~th'"r icrhiMfg.vS renewed remembrance of his defeat and the triumph ?'Jji!!L,w.,conMle,l for the ?h~n? o( Hrnn.nn, by the sustninwl assiduity of llodolphe; 1)111 , Iinnossible for hitn lo understand thu cause ot his pu ml a istonishing proirress. Rodolphe had a second and msre skilfin master, vix: love. Julie was an in urtimtKin more powerful to nourish his enthusiasm. Kive months paswnl nw?y, during which the sonl of Hermann rnacbsd the highest degr?? of passion ami i >r The voung man once so robust and full of 1 !aP o..w resrinblt <i a apecUe-he was to emaciated, im^'exhausted his eye sunk in his head but yet plan ang lightning from beneath the heavy dark eyebrows W(hie evemng^heTnpaared ?idder.ly at the house of h,a master-it was the night before the celebration of hc' Wlth R quuk' 9\C?ZoUl .hat Rodolphe the organ, to prepare a' situation furt, as director ol mu?u. and g ?um,hB before, which Hermann had aspired to a t without being able to obtain it. M-?mann? A ferocion* joy glanced in he iiastened lo the temple, and ?e n t . around him with tine hand, whil . withit nl ? gn?p?d a tlacger, he leaned with his bw K pillar, awaiting for the moment when K^xlolf , inn finishwl, should cine down fr??in the tribune on which the organ was placed. j?,k Thrr?i r?Kn?l throughout the church a adent dnrK ness, which added solemnity to the pn?per "anctity^oi the plaee. The eye caught only at a distant*tbe pais and flickering light of a small lamp, placed before tile altar. It sermi?d like a soul ready to be quen?'h?d in Ihit vast tomb. . Hudd? nlv a burst from the organ made the root re ?nund, and rau-ed the only auditor in the place to tremble. Then commenced t hat beautiful, ample me lody by Luther, "The Lord is my refuge." That "plain chant," played at first in all its simplicity, was afterwards played with all its flourishes and figures, and furnished the subject of an admirable fugue. Never before had the genius of Rodolphe been thus elevated?never had his Execution been thus bold nnd commanding?it was all that couid be imagined of the most melodious?the noblest in harmony?it was the vigor of youth, a pure sentiment united with happy love, its Bweet joys and ardent devotion*. Hermann, cold and immovable as the column against which he leane I his exhausted body, felt himself agi tated with involuntary emotions?a cold sweat gusH ed from him, as if he had been the rebel angel com pelled to listen to the song of a seraphim, before the throne of the Almighty. His dagger was on the point of slipping from his hand?he grasped it anew, and pressed it strongly to his breast. A moment of silence?the silence of death had suc ceeded the last sounds of the fugue. The organ then re-commenced, but with the registers of sweet?plain tive and melancholy. Scarcely had the new melody struck the ear of Hermann, when he risked his head ?his body trembled with emotion, and his eyes tilled with scalding tears. A remembrance had flashed like lightning across his miad. One day, many years previously, Hermann and Rodolphe were playing that delightful air compo sed by Isaak, " Inspruk I must quit thee" when car ried away by the irresistable charm of bland and plaintive music, they rushed into each other's arms, and swore to an eternal friendship, wluch was to last with life. It was the piece which Rodolphe was playing with such a delicious expression, that Hermann listened with an overpowering emeiion, and that man whose heart a moment before was withered by a horrible thought, gave himself up to delicious sensation. The dagger destined to do vengeance on a detested rival, slipped mechanically from his hand. The image of blood disappeared from before his eyes?his breast heaved freely?a tear of sadness rolled down his cheek ?he almost believed himself suddenly transports to another world?where his soul before gaining admit tance had been stripped of its covenng of blood, and re-clothed with the white robes of the redeemed. Entranced by his newborn inspirations, Rodolphe would have passed the whole night in the church, if a well known voice, whose tones were above those of the organ, had not reached the roof of the building, resounded with the words. Adieu Rodolphe, adieu?may you be happy. Ro dolphe hastened down from the tribune, but it was in vain that he called, in vain that he searched the sides and centre of the church and between the pillars?he eould find no one. As Rodolphe was going out, meditating upon the singular incident, which he was almost ready to re frard as a freak of his imagination, the pale ray of the amp was reflected upon someth ng at the foot of a column?it was a dagger?the dagger of Hermann.? The next day the happy Rodolphe led Julie to the al tar, and the Sunday following he was installed organ ist of??* Some years after, there was a talk in Italy of a great German Artiste, whom they called it Derinn Maestro, and who never could, without weeping, speak of the piece by Isaak, hupruk I must quit thee! Winks at CaocuroaD's.?That the wines are of the choicest sort, and that there is enough to suit every diversity of taste, will at once be inferred from the fact that the cellar out of which the house is supplied, and which is kept by Creckford's son, contnins a stock which is valued at 70,000/. " There's a cellar for you !"?any of the Irish members of Parliament would exclaim. 1 lately went through the whole of it. It begins under Willis's Rooms, St. James's st., and extends as far back as Hraham's new theatre. It measures 285 feet in length. When I was in it, Mr. Crockford, junior, mentienod to me, that the number of bottles of wine, which I saw shelved before me, independently of innumerable pipes was 300,000 ! I thought of Lord Holland's story about the American who, after he had made his friends drink an incredible quantity of wine, took them to see the heap of black bottles they had eaiptied. His Lordship says they were all surprised to see such a quantity of bottles un der any circumstanccs?but especially when they re collected that they had themselves emptied them all : what would they have thought had tney been taken to Crockford's cellar, and seen, as I did, 300,000 bot tles at oncc? Poor Sheridan would have been in ex stacies with the sight, especially as they were all full. ? The. Great Metrojwlis. Once, whilst at Plymouth, a juvenile midshipman, flourishing his dirk swaggered into the theatre. " My dear sir," ?aid Liston the comedian, to the doorkeeper, "why don't you attend to the announcement at the bottom of your bills?' Children in arms not ad mitted.' " rVTHK UTILITY OF PURGATIVE MM)I CINK is becoming every day more nnd more muiii fost. Road the following case and rrflect thereon. LIVER COMPLAINT CITREDJ Newark, Dec. If, IS*. Dr. H Hrandreth,? Dour Sir- Having been afflicted i',,r im year* with a moat dreadful liver eampiauil nimJ droiMtr, and iru'ii uvcr? remedy that er.uld be tlmuirht of, I gave up all hope. went into the country, lell my humir**, to aie in |<enr<-; bir heHn if of Eour invaliiiili e medicine, I ** ?< induced to try it, not expectiwg to r uiiy b.-tUr to my mirprne, 11 ml ? irct ly taki-o one liov before I fell rel af. I haw mure taken thr e Imixoh. and mm I am Hi ll, by the Wleuiug of find. ami t Im> n*e ofyour nir Jirine If y 11 tUink thin will i o any aemce Ui let (uttering people know thw foci, yon aie at liberty t? piiblnh the ibnw. Youra, with kind reaped (?"ifi?d) Lewis tomkin?on. Brandrflh'i Pills. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. O the miirrat'U Drurrittn. Il in very important that whoever purchase* those Pills, should h<< careful to have them from theappoint ed aiients, one of whom is in almost every town m the United States. 1 Inw is really very important, as there are so many imitations, that it is almost impossible to procure the genuine without adopting his rule. Above nil?NEVKR get them from Drug Stores, as under NO CIRCUMSTANCES, are thejr ever ap pointed agents ; and it is their hands the counterfeits arc principally in. Therefore never go to such stores, where so little honestv is. The New York Offices for the exclusive sale of the Hrandreth Pi'ls, are: PRINCIPAL?187 Hudson street. CENTRAL 1 Spruce street BOWERY?276 Bow?ry, between Prince & Hous ton sfreetf. j 12-1 m ATWATEK'H PATEST HALIi anb pak LOR STt IVES?To wliieh theh'jlw-at premium ??> nwardtMj at the lal? I air of the Aid-nenii lnelit..te. commit tbe foliowinf important improvements: A combin iimn of diaufhta ao arranged ibat tlo fuel may be burned with mat rapidity, or at a mn i .m rat- or very alowlv All tli ? heat troiii tlie r miilm* of combo* urn may be rv ride to pa?? dirn tlv f.om tin- ?mnkc pi|?' or rhiM'liey of into mi mlj.i nmg mom. or the lirat may lie retain d in tn* room ?h?'re th" atovc in, aa tnay be pr< f-'red. . ... Ky the uv of I bene diaflita, the fire may I* all e>ti*guiah*<l in the ehan b rntcomboation without! he roiiovalol a i>ar1i<l ? ot the roal nr aalwn ro n the a tne.iind witlamt any gaa or dii-t wit- ev. r HVli ? into th^ronin I ' may lie lighted foot thw bottom, ami n.aibi Uibnrn ui w trda in the initial way. or e m >y I*" llth'ed f oin tha t?p anil hmHo to Imrn downwa da th'o gh th"- whole n a?a of ro*l?, lb flame, ga* Ac im??tn* aiitt branch lh> liotli m of toe grmte into the bn?. and then off into tlie amoke pipe; or nhouMthe coal : et dull a1 any I rue in the hot torn oft h grille when th. fir?-i? Imrtiinf, the d aught may lie turntd downward in a iikmiu nt, aoaa to cauae all thuuull c<ml tahnco i e ignited In tlie mo'of tb<><e draiifMii the lid air n b'ougltt to im-n over 'very inch nf the rudiHlmr aiirfHre ot the ron, vir all par ? th? lop ho'iom and aalea, and * . unit'irmly il itdi'4'aa d. aa to tive a very mil* and plenmnl heat. It la fiHifidenlly beliend that theae ?Uivea are conatmrtfd on !>rinrip|e? diflennc from a lotheranow known, no uthei-? Pontinn toeiyimlimalion ofdratla nor ao large a radialmg urlai-<' for e<io?l lung aod exhoKtmr the heat nor ihe ix??er of cauain ihelwit 'Odeae nd tntbe loweat immimMi' p lot, aoa* elfeetutlly to wiirm tlie noor nr nnd tlieatove and ihe leetot i?eia'inaai lingn ar The IM lArna ar??? N>ua and eler nt.and mada of-ire* ralnila'ed for Chu'e.bra Malta. I'arlora. (iffirea, Ch? , Imra, Ar. The raati ,g "?* '"'f .r"M 10 any other* la the market, and th* aheet iron aioue* hte highly ornamented. The atnvaa a-e >e. ooimeroled a*giving mo>e heat from a given <|uanUty of w?l.and being freer from du.t than any i.Uier? now in u?e. They (*? ?t all timea be teen in npemtioa at ?? Water atraet. whe e they are for aale by the aukacribera jl??w R. ATWATER * OO. IIRERTIM' PII.R OINTMKHT. no , rr oa I o ed riilvr snot Iter itay from <hia di?t ewirgeomii int. lor a ?ingte bull I ?>l thia rerm-dy ta war anted to , uve tbe mnat invats rate ?a'S ifthadirarti naareob<)?d hold by tl*nr<i|?ieinr,at ?4 W. at Rinadwa, 'foimaily Cbapal it ) j|? ?t* MADAMS JANME, FROM PAHU, CLEANS * REPAIRS LAC* ILCNDI TULLE EMBROIDERIES AND CAMBRICS, Wn an improved principle tohich givu an appearance equal to new. NO 176 WILLIAM STREET jl l-3m* VERY SUPERIOR HATS A CAPS, OK MOST MODERN FASHION. AT WHOLESALE PRICES, Kr.TAlL EXCELLED BY NONE A Spirndtd Ate rtmentof HATS ANU CAPS, Of evwy variety?call a"d ?<??.? COUPL/iND Ai CO., *3 BOWKRT. East ni<ie, 4 (loon south ?f Bayard. ncy~ Merchants' supplied on inviting toisss jM tm* SATIN BEAVER BONNETS. TUIH SPLENDID ARTICLE HA VINO BEEN I'NJVBHSALLY WORN !N BUitWB, AND SO MUCH ADMIREU BY THE LADIES OP NEW YORK. AS TO HAVE CAl'SBO AN UNPRECEDENTED BALE FOR TUB SAME, IS NOW OPPERRD BY THE SUB SCRIBERS, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT THE SATIN BEAVER BONNET WAREHOUSE, 1M Broadway, New York. s7 ?m? W. A ANDR0S8 ft CO. SII.KSi SI LKSll 91 L K Si 11 THE SUBSCRIBER HAS CONSTANTLY SN HAND, A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP BLACE AND BLUE BLACR SILKS OP SUPERIOR DUALITY. Also? A ERE AT VARIETY OP PLAIN AND PIOURBD POULT- DESOI, COM PRISING A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP THB RICHEST AMD FASHIONABLE SHADES, POR SALE LOW AT ? 14-r OLIVKK. B. GOLDSMITH'S, 71 Catharinsit. PAUL CERMENATI MERCHANT TAILOR, NO. 378 PEARL ST. n9t-tf New York. TAYLOR A DUNHAM, 53 WELL STREET, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS. Loan*, Nate* and Bills of Exchaune negotiated. ds im TO JEWELLERS, ENGRAYERS AND CARPENTERS. The subscriber* have ju?t rcccivad a ?i>lendid iiwortmsnt of TURKEY OIL STONE. which tbey offer at No. <10 Greenwich* rv?t, comer of Barclay, dai-am J W A <j iV JKNKlfcS "" ROCKWELL'S Patent Vault Lights, *? tf 1? BROADWAY. PETER BURNET, CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY, Greenwich Ditprnnary, So. 35 Sixth Avenue, S. Y. N B. Lei ehing and Cupping punctually attended to, at a minute* notice daj or night. Prv?criptioi a and family recipe* carefully prepared. j7-im CUSTOM IIOl'SK HOTEL.. Corner of Satiau and Pine tit.. City of New Ytrk. The Proprietor of tht> above eatablulunent return? In* uncore thank* to the pubrtc.for the very lilteral manner in which it ha* been aaatalned iinc? it It&J been under hia direction, and liope* that Iim future *y*tem of management will convince hi* friend* that he it determined to leave nothing undone on liia part to merit u continu ance of their patronage. The Hotel i* immediately adjoining the Cuxtom Houae.and within a minute's walk of Wall 'Wee , Broadway, and oilier principal hu Mimaatreet* ; cou*e<iueiitly ia very convenient for ihoae g ntlcnien who reaidc in the upper part of the city. Breakfast can lie obtained at the Kclbctory at nil houra from 6 A. M till noon, and dinner from noon till 6 P. M. The Piopnetor feel* warranted in (dying that liia table* are furnished in a manner not aurpaaaedby any eatalilialuiiciit in thenty. Arrangi menta have boon made, with agenta in tlie country, by which tlie Cua'em Houae Hotel will, ia future, be supplied with the earlteat fruit*. game. andoth-r deheaci a of the varioua araaorn, and with an eminent importing houae in the city, for a conatant aupply of thechoiceat winea and luiuira. JAMES HORN, Jr. j7 3tn It C. BRt>WN A CO., having opened a Otlee Hnuae (the Niagara), ar No 4S Wnrren atri-et, and laid in ' atoak ef tW? clioicaat W iden, Lnjuora. Ac., hop*- by a'rict attentou to the WR>hi ? ofthvir customer*, to uiarii a a liar, ol public pdirouege. Sl7tf p"*y?.Meaara. WRIGHT A ROWE beg* leave to laform their friend* and the pellir that they ave di*|m*ed of tlinr atork and Store. comerof Br adway ami Canal at a>d have opened at ll'i Hroan way, where they keep the inwat *|dt-iniid a**wrtinent of Hat* and I'ur Cap*, in the city. eto-y WRIGHT A ROWE. ro~ SHE Advertisement? ABERNETHY'S Compound L? i|uoni'? Cough .Vh*ture,3d oage,?the*pecialArent,l'/7 bowery,cor. Grand *t ha* been obligeo in consequence ol the great demaud ol tin* Medicine, In tin the lower part and Weat ante withe city, to air Bant HOPPER, cor. Broadway and Franklin at , and t'MllliR ILL.cur. Beekman and William ?(*. Agenta I'ortlna Mixture. u4 tl DO- E M GUION, at tlie old eatahliahed l>rng Store. 177 Low ery comer (irand ?treet, Imu tlie pleaatire ta> inliaai tlie [addle, that the tire which auiroanded liia premiwa M at rd.iv momm threatened Inn with ma unt dr*tniction, hua not intrrt red with hi* Iniautraa in tiw Inaa1 ; motng tothf tetll directed effoi It qf the Fire Deparhntnt I nttoyinz it' progrett-tovphvm. And nix friend*, he return? flit tlncere 1/miU't; and be i* thiai enabled to aerve them a a ?ntiafu< tenly aa lie li ia tictorc emlravond to de. with tlie \rr\ lant artic ee in the Drug. Medicine and hrrfutnery line which a diarnmainting public inay be autiAlti-d of by gtvmg him a rail, where he will lie nappy at nil tune* in aerva them Aber nethy'i Cough Mixture, tjuion'a Worm Droit*, and Ga on'* Univcr *al PI later atlll continue i* reeeivn tlie uin|iiuli(ied iippiobalinn of an enlightened public. |H?e advertiaement New Era. I dIT-tf C3r- NOTICE T? NEW VEAR PARTIES?J C DECKER, wia e? to inform bia friend* and tlie public, tlial he l,aa jn?t ren ivcil ? ffeah ?.ipplyvf tir?.t rate OYSTERS, and ready I*aerve them, fried, Slewed Roaatrd, und Pi'klod, on tlie inoat liberal tenna, at tlie ihorteat notice. Pleaae apply at I3S Eultouatreet. <htf> BO- TRUE A GENUINE CIRCASSIAN HAIR OIL. rale I th'oughout tlie wurld aa the heat and anait valualde , ration ever known for growing, beautifying, niMinahirig. curling, and improving tlie human Hair. (Hit uu nea ly with it ateel plu e envelope, and a trent ae on lit" h inian h ur, for aale wh deaal* and letail. at Hart'a, l uawr ot llrondwiy and i.'liamlM;r atteeU, at K>?*re. Lawrence A ltee?. and IJoell A lluoen, in MnmIhii lane, ami almoat wvry Ding Htore throuihout the United State*. | d?7 | tty-KII AKKPEAKE ItEKECTOR Y,.hi the *lte of IIA It >|i IN Y MAM., haa (man Aliened by the auhacriber, | nrxl wHI he conducted on an un I ire new I 1? "hi h hr hetua will give aatufaction to lya friend* aial the ihjMi)' genarally, hewillalwaya keep I he beat the market iiltorU* *u<-h aa llird*, Flab, rieah. Ac. Tie liar will lie turnulmd Willi the la^it it l.i quor* Oyiter* *er\cW III, III the beat ntyle Meal* van he had ntall (,<>i?r< at a moment'* notice. The aulaicrilier formerly kept tliel'urk Hall at Boaion, irid hot>ea Saitrai lUtentMMi toth? cwmRirt af hie vintomera, Ui un nt a aliare Kublir patronage. A M1 >.* n A I.I.I.N. iii. .?n* Bhakata^re Kefrrtnry. IO ' A ffARI)-*. W RRYHAM reapectfui'viaforni* hi* friend* Med the piiblie. Mint *ince k< Ilia odd "Ml I. * Htore i? f.r.ind at lie h j ? otni b t? 'J tna , i largementa and alti'ruMon* m hi* or 14ma e? tnhliahment, Nu mn Bowery, oppoaite tu Rivingtoit at.. rnn.? iiuenily he 1* better prcpar,-d to meat the demand* of hu pafma* on a *ti|l more eitentive acale, and with a more general aaaort inent ot ^ure and |en>iine Confectionary, w xdeaale and retail. S W H. return* thnnk* (nt the very rtatt^rin- patronage he ha* beretoforreX(N>rienced. IViwery Steam(?onf?(}iiniiaiy aiidSaloon, No Itowery o|inoait< lo Rivingtni at JUJUBE PASTE, juat imported from rrinx?? auperior arti cle of Juiulie Faate, IW*ala a* afeove, wlioleaa eand letail. ? IN tr ? w. R. WOOD'S <? A RPEXTEKH' A ME( IIAUK ' I TOOL HT<>RE, rorm r nf t hat nm and Ch.tndier*tl, .a. N. Y?ark. ?T J W ha* cen*tantlv f.,r *ale an e*ce|lent a* -ortment ol the billowing Hiwaofeveryileacripti >n. *to.'k* and hitta, auger* ami bitt* K'lU-nt (ett aaw*. ralliMn'r* ami divid r?. ta nmr ami firmer < hi?e *, and gouge*, acrrw plate*, *tork* ami di^a. hammer*, aaea. ada *, lie vela, gu g,-?, *pmi b-?, I* iMirniaher* *|aike (bavea. eireular aawa. turning latlMw. *ico*. meaaurin* tape*. d>a> uig in ? triiment*, au?l laixea lit rutting *rn>wa of all *if< *. Mir*, nl *. drill row* cutting niiitwra and |Miim, autre *mi rea. rom.ia** a. *?w*. (aid*, oil aronea, draw knivea, plane iron*, lion aiid ateel acpMHi, IhiIIow augera, lira < ing wn w tiada She ter'* naient au g?>ra rutanet mak< r*' clamp*, rrmner glue , ot*. blow piiiee, Ar _ * large naaortrnenl ol Plane*, manufactured bv A A P, HaMwin Mew York. dfll im* ^TATIOKER'N WAREIIOmE, in William *t. k I he 'iilieeiiljer hnv ing juaf rvtu n<'<l fr?tn lanalon, where lie hn* *ucce' deal in making I la- K,oet advantagixiu* nrrang,<menta with lua Urottier. t?ir a regular *upply of all arln k* in hi* (me. 1* miwjire (,*red to 0H1 r to the >rad, . a *upenora*<ortmenl of''taideand I *n ry Statio nary, r?t th* lieat ijualitir, ami on lower leitn* than any b?i *e 111 thia city. <?en iae Reeve *and Newm.in'* Water Color*. Drnwina Pap"f?, Tiaaua I'ajx"'*, Ullrt Paia-r*. and every deteription of Engli*h paper*.di aling W a*. Sta-el Pen*, Ac llr alao out mile* t . ra muiactii e the Patent Ivory Surfare Pl*y ng Card .eiiHinvll d Vi*iling, and ?eid berderCa da, colored M pier*, ever poiaf l^aib.Ac, \t j cqhKN j ?# h|vbR*9 (iDORIKERHUd t.UMI'Ut NW. or leramii Hweel i Hag*?a gmteful jarrfnme for acentmg cletbea, druwer*. ward robe*. A* und i* an effectual preventive again*! neith. prepared troin aiudirniu* comhinatinn of the chtitceat flow***, only liy Boh art II Ede *. ChemMt.and Perfumer, Loadtin. in neal eilk beg*,at I ?hilling* each. " II 1* an e*ryllent remedy agamat moth, a fact whieh larhee will do well fo hear in mind, when Ihey lay by their tnuA*. ma 11 tdlea hoa*. tkt."- Hrifhttn HtrnU. '? Cannot he ti? hifhly rer.a?aaended ne lady*? toilet iltoold lie tvtlhoet it."- World or Kathion "Thi*longe?tra-me?l .'mlelrgantarticle, by ita intrmair event ret* more into public eetiinntion , ft ia the moat tieeftl aed valuable leeparation ever dncovere?i '?Court Journal for *ale by JAMM TAR BANT, ng if Cor. Wayren A t?reenwioh*la. TO THE TEACHERS OP THE FRENCH LANGUAGE.?We would uivit* the attention of tlie Teach ers to the French Grammar by Mr. J. P- WIERZBICKI, just |>ub IisIuhI by W. Sand fur d, funnel I y J. * W. Sandford. llu emulated Ui *ui>erced*) all book* of that nature that may ba laund in the mar ket at present, and tliere m n<? doubt tlmt it will become very pop lar on account uf the inioroveuieiit* that tliere are, which facihtata all ditttcultiea with which an English pupil meuts: here we will spe cify M>me of them Until iwwudayi, it was thought that an k.?g lishraun oould not loam the pnmuns atur. of the Piench Uaniuaj", with*Hit hearmg ?.ne who pronounce* it corrictly himsell \ hut Mr. Wiersbiclu'* Grammar teaelie* us the lulacy of that apmion , lor the fact ia, that until now there wm no grammar that save any sal irfactory rule* facilitating tl-e ddliculty ; hi* gtamnial? #0 the con trary. Kivea all rule* that there Hie in tlis language, (lor he speak* ahwtit eveiy letter giving it* proper sound,) ao inuihso, that we wdl uot hcaitate to pronounce that every one may aoiuire a gooil pro nunciation of the French without even a teacher, thoughtnia, that that nicil# of the pronunciation which cannot be deaconed in uo way but ac>iuired and appreciated only by tins ear, is lelito be learn ed by the omul of hearing. Upon the whole the iweci*e rule* thut h? (the author) givea will vttahl every one to be understood by ova ry Frenchman. He likewise made a new classification ol the art I tit which cannot be found elsewhere, that article the use ol which puzzle* wery Englishman thit attempts t? spelts rrencn. IJae wiae lie five* rule* in what order tin; French word* ought to he used in order lo make an mteMigiblc sentence , (this cannot be found ui any other grampmr ;) finally the arrangement that iiervade* hi* inunmar i* a new and easy one, calculating to facilitate tfce stuily of that lieautiful languuge for the pupil, and Iwsseii the labor ol the teacher, and w? are ao confident ?f it* inent* that we will?iy noth ing ?fit our*elve*. but nolisit a candid perusal of the teacher*, lor we are satisfied they wiH be pleated with it. Imleod it bids fair to supercede all others. It can be liad at wholesale or retail at the of floBof^mhhcai ion, a> Ann at. NY. w 8ANnFQRn. IVEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE AND i> TRUST COMPANY? Person* may e?e?t insurancoa with this Company on their ?wn livs, er the fives of others, and either for the whole dura ion of life, or for a hniited peiiitd. I he pay ments of premium may Tai either made annually, o< in a gross suur Premiuins on one hundred dollar* for one year. Age. 1 year. Aire. I year. Age. 1 year. Age 1 year M ? 7* !M 1 07 38 I <8 ?? I * 14 0 77 '27 I 13 39 I ?7 M ' ?* 16 U M4 -8 IN 48 1 49 M S W 17 I M ? 1 ? ? 179 M a 10 ?a Ml 30 1 31 4H l? M 8 II It 0 00 31 I 3* 43 I -I U l? M 0*1 3'2 138 44 1 90 M U 47 ?1 0 9*2 33 1 34 45 I II W 9 70 M I 94 34 136 46 119 M 3 14 ?a 0 17 35 1 31 47 1 13 M 3 17 M I 99 30 13* 48 114 10 436 36 I ?0 W, , 1 43 41 1 85 Money will he 'coelved m deposit by the Company, and hala m tiust, upon which interest will bo allowed as follows: Up?? any sum ovei tioo, irredeemable for I year. 41 per ct ?' " " 100, " for 6 month*, 4 per ot. " ?' '1 100, " for Smooths, 3 per sL TRIMTBE.S. Wm. Bard, Samuel Thompson, H.C DrRham, Thomas W Lmllow, Ikimc Kronson, JonathanGoodhu*, Wm B. Lawrence, Peter Rei?*e?, Jame McBrale, Jacoli Lorillard, Stephen Warrun, John Kathbonc, jr. John Ihier, J.lines Kent, P. G. situyvesant, Peter Harmony, Natluimel Prime, Thomaa J. Oakley, H. Vcn ReiMaellaer, N. Devereaux, Stephen Wlutney, John G Costar, Benj. Knower, Jolin J A?tor, Tlios. Suftam, Gulian C. Verplanc, Benj L. Swan, J no. Manon, CorUelia* W. Lawrence. WM. BARD. Pmaident. B. A NICOLL, Secreiary. _ ttr. n. ATKINS, l'hy*ician to the Company. n?4 tT^ LAND OFFICE.?JOHN L. BOGARDUB, Attorns and Counsellor at Law, Clinton Hall. No. 3 Beek .ian street (ainmsite th.- Brick Church d-w.) city of New Yo.k, llboow^i* souri, Arkansa*. Military Bounty, General Land otBce, ai d Weal er'ri?t?nrsCoiitainnd, and titles |?erfected for soldiers or their heirs, either. 1st. Rev dutionary-M. Lute War-3d. Canadian Volun leer*?4th. English Refugees from the U States t . ( anada and Novaricotia 5th. Deserier* from tha British amy. or the heirs in all the above c.nes.??th. Titles to land* f. rfeiiod lor non pay ment (d'U?, reclaimed?7th Hei * under are entitb d to land* sold fm toxea ?th Tlaiae who parted with their discharges, warranls. or title*, before he patent* i**ned oon r?-?-laini tlie same Itb. Land* in the seveial State* and TernU>rie?in H e U. Slates, ( anada. Nov# Sco'ia and T?-sa*, bought and sold, or exchanged, taxi* p iid, mnl titloa invi *ig ilea, obtained and perfected on app n ation to thu Fo?t Master* throughout tlie United State* and other gentlemen forwarding any of the above damn, and ic.ting as agent* in then several see.tHins of country, will lie entitb d to 25 per cent, on all commissions. (Communication* i>ost i>?id rry> Valuable farming land for *ale in the State of III mots, 30? quarter sectMMM of 16# acrese.tc", in l>ar' el* from so to Sao a?r?* Riiuated near towuR. and otherwise. A'so, hi Missouri and Arkan saa. New books for Christmas a new YEAR'S PRESENTS. -The su* scrilier has received tlM-most ehoi?* and lieantiful collvclion of Annuuls and Juvenile Miscel la'wous work*, which he ku ever had the plnmnanf owrnng to his n micro * friends and patrons, anw g winch are thefolivwing i Tlie B<?<?k offiems The Vmlei GemsofBuauty Pearl Fhiwer* of Loveliness, 1IM 7 Christmas Bo* thawing Room Scrap Book Union Annual Parlor Scrap Book Javenile Foriret Me No Keepaake .Scrap Book Book of Beauty LllUy of tlie Talley Heath's Picturesque Annual Fairy Book The Eng'ish Annual Hierugiynhical Biblo Oriental AnnimJ Robert Ka > ble's Sketch Boo Magnolia The New Yeii's Toaea Token Pa ent Gift Forget Me Not I'nrent's Cabinat Chi istiau Keeiwnke Farm House lleligwus Wouvenir Two Edwards Friendship * Oflonng Holiday liir .... Illu* ol'the Waverly Novels IHustrataios <?! Syria, Holy Lf Byron Gallery, fcc A*iaMm?r, *c C. MHEPARD. Bookseller, 199 Bioadway. THE NORTH AMERICAN FIRE INSUR ANCE COMPANY, Continue to insure ag*m?t losa or daunige by fire on Bmldings, GoikI*. Shii* in Port and ttivn c*r?oe*. *nd eveiy ilescriptioo ol personal property, at their Otlice, No. 18 Wall street. DIRECTORS. Robert Aina'ie. Thoina* Bolton, David Cod wise, Henry H Kliott, Daniel Jackson, Tboma* Sarjeant, Cortlaodt Palmer, Edgar Jenkins, John (<nrimcr<iraham, C. V P llii?bmok, Thonins Tib ston, Memy H Leetls, Louis DeCasse, f,eorge D Stniag, Henry Wyckttlf, Ch rlrsO Handy, Saniael T Tisdale, Steph?n Storm, William P. HaHett, Edward Frost, ROBERT AINWLIE, President. B F. STEVENS. Bocretnrf. dl Im I\ISEASKS OF THE E YE. Or EILKi rr. thulis I* ami Professor of Anatomy and Disease* of the Human eye. No. 3ej llroadwny, lip stair*, beg* to inform those who srs iron Met! with weak, sore, HiHamed eyes, or any defect of vision, that ther liave now an opportunity of getting their eye* iierfectly cured, (without vb otteialion.) by the anl ofakill. medicine, and gla**es Dr K having studied under the most celchrsted Oculist* m Europe and one id'tlie l?e?t is Anmrua, professor Smith, of tlie Metkral College of Ohio, is enabled to assert with confidence that hi' r?t restore ts sight, anil rure in a short time, tlie mint dangerous dis eases of the eye, hitherto considered inturaltle. as from bis extern sive snd successful prat tica.hundieds lu New-York andelscwher can testify. S|isctarles?The patent, self adjnsting, liesutifMl. trjn*im*ent. metNiirri Spectacle Glasses, hnvnig tls- is-euhar |trot>erty or keep ingthf sye (terfoetly co?d. giving imme?fiattt and [trrmaneiW ease, and at the .ttme Ume adjisit itself to every age, without the neces sity ofchaaM. _ . D E. will himself lit tlis Patent (ilasses, to suit the particular defect. Price of tlie tsitent glasses ft W. common do 3s N B. Elliott's l*s>erit Ointnisnt, for the immediate cure of infla miition of the eye. Piles V? ennts per Imix, warranted. Advice to the itots gratis on the evenmg ol Monday. Wednesday. and Friday. Dr E ha* removed toJOJ Broadway, cmner of Duaite. Entrance in t bs rnrnr r tl* tl A CARD TO THIS I. A OIKS. The suheenliet'aofan , ion of the lirmslc miotl snd character is too fsr exahed tn sup fwMe for a moment that the lailtes ol this city and e'scwhe e. Ut n Imhii tins sanl is politely athlressed, can be ea*?h-d or flattered lo iiatronize Ism. hut wishes to address bim.eli tn tin ir good sense on ly. Tliey are resi>ectfiilly mforim il. that " llsdeau's ceb-lirateii SIrenstlining I'bsters." were |trc|?red with sjieeial reference to their favot. tind they are most earnestly recttinmstided to such ss nrctroubled with ctmghs.cebl*, asthma*. Ac He is ? tmfub'at that III xssfs Ir te ohtatn tlie nann * ot the hull S who M N reived Iwiielit by weanng the Iteauliful plaster* he could present sn srray. which, for modern worth, intelligence and respectability, would fur outweigh his highest recoinrneiHlnttoii* Thev aies|et.a?i ' rm the most lieantiful. soil mmI rhnble senrtrt | ink and fann '"olnr- I id lamb *km , will iw>; *od the whitest l.nen and sisr be worn by the most dt lit-ale f male in all situ slums, with eas- ind com fort ft* on* month. . ? . . I Tlsty are sold at the Bowary Metlicine i*tarc. Ho Bnwcry, by thr ndi a' most obliged and bumble servant. ?.r,n?u |Q 1 . W RA I'rt A m ? I ^ - - - I \ioov(F.n i oi i.ii r. i* i pi Hid I im>?i innnr^nl fiuivvdii ???? - itif ehniMl at thr MHith wi?^r? it in kmmvii 1 ?*'' ,n.a ^ f? Ihf- mofli wolf ntr n h Th ?rr mtnv lisved iiers> ns a hose lungs were much effected, and l.st stmt sell ing to consumption Many s. rtificates w.igM l?? obtaiiieil of ne re sary. I*it tKs- |tn>|Si tor would rather thai it were ti sted hers by its own merit* , , , . . , Hold hv John J Matms. Chestisf,mBsosdway ; John J Iae^ef Mr,CIm mleal st.re. IllCamU st Dr J H Hsrl aotner t ham bersst a. d Bm*Jw*y W I Van Za dt.UI Hester St. N Y and Mrs I to th 73 Fu ft <n *t Brooklyn To he had as ahtne M'iKREI.I.'S f'EI.F.nR ATITD EYE WA TF.R, which has never fhi'etl Ui give re it f, and in mtu erous m stances A'ires h*?e hsen effected where every other means hsve failed, iiiri c ioiisfor using will saeompany the mede in rtwu Im |Yh. MO IT'S tin I.II CflNFF.CTlOfl, M I* rum isind Sm-ar sf Honey, for t oughs, Colds Asthma, and (11 Puhmmar i " >? ? Allttmaa . s (? ally femal ? sad 'hi1 ili>n. who srs airrse t ? me licins m the nwin on asd more ean-i a liar forms this efflea' Kit s anil most pulntahUa'tk le is iiaitienlarly It-ul i "I of this article tor a I the purposes of curiM n 1'isurb i* worth a ptiund af Juiube I'aste. o? my Cmi ectmu nMide (rem He ba, t , This ge nine article is highl'anjienved a"d retowmentled hvthe Mt dicsl I'ruli ssion, ft r all i'ows, Coughs. C'msumiifsm #e.? t>ery Ismi y in th s city shoo d prociir a htrttle of this invaluable medicine il wil lie Ion nd to he the best llist's in the city, in It nnsteoncen'rated fi rm Price 9l per large boll e. For sale, whohtaale snd retail, hy A I'nderb'tl, comer WHIism ? nd R .ekmsn sis , Hr llsrt, ctKner Rrisdwsrsud thsmfcevst "r Myms. citmrr walker st andlWts .ry Mr Kht fflin 114 ''snsl *t Hew York D M llnnlsntl ISS Wsth.rgls* st Bi??on , Jones h H'ltciimginn rorner ofTth aad Che net *ts rbiladeli*?s ?H' Im _ - ?. PIIOSPHORim. A good sarrly on hand and farsiis, whalesale snd ictail. by . ? - Jto Dr LiWIH FEUCSTWANGRS. W7 Bmodway. TUB NEW YORK HERALD, A daily AND WIIILV IIWIPAfft DISTRIBUTION AND Hl'BSCRlPTION The DAILY H? AL? U served lo Huharriber* in the eity, regularly every marwkm, (except Souday.) at the mtcofrwo eew<* por copy, payable waaflr in advance to tho Newsmen. Country Subscribers, in any part of the United Slates or in C?M il?, can receive the Daily Herald, by in il, at the rate of M*o c&tit per oopr, on reautUa; uuk in advance?for suoh period at time as they please. The Wbiklt Hukald. containing all the matter of the daily, ia soul by mail, at three doll a k? par annum, in advance In the aity it if sold at thu office at iix cents per copy. Letter* to the Editor to be poet paid. tjfl> J~^?> OLD EHTABLKHBi) PACKET OFFICE, AT 334 PEARL STREET. '|~ HE Proprieto** hat? conc uded tlwir additional arranreinorla ? for the dusoatchof extra Spring Ships, to 'aura Liverpool in I the mont li* of Kehrunry, March, and April I'crsoi a d nun tun of sending or their friend*. ali-iild makecHily application; iudoina ?a, lltey will preven1 ditvnlioii, delay and diaappointme't All will be < ntitlrd to a free raaaigrc in the steamers running frtus tho ilitlcivnt imrtai ih Ireland. Scotland and W.ile*. Draft< M t'aiial OH the Hank of Irel ml pavnbl" in ? very Pr-vinca, County and I* land Uwn. Apply ?r nddre?s. 334 Pearl at. D01TGI.AH, ROBINSON * CO. NY. . ROBINSON A KKOTHERS, Bankets, Liverpool. " ROBINSON A CO. Dublin kmiorant passaor orficti ForSteerture Pa**c*frer*fi otn V.ngiand, Scotland .and Wain. '.?V. ' HE Subscriber* have made armnge?nents for gettiaa ."r i? out Steeraee Pattenirrrtftitm Ureal Hruum and I re In ml, with promstiic-s, cconomy, and comlort. Persons wish* inn to send for their friend*, kv applying at No. loo PTNF. ST-> or 167 SOUTH-HT . can secure their i?a <u(e> on Uie most rao derate term* in v. sscla of thi? fir?t class No expanse wiN I* ?pared in the different shipa by which thv pa si i,*ers will be re ceived , to insure to them every comfort during the tuaaare la all cn??a where the pernors decline comir r. tke moasv will He re turned. Every fticility will lie riven in obtaining information <?| l>?taon*, nropertr. Ac . in Eng 'and, Ireland and Scotlar.il. Ves sels willleavo Liverpool weekly, ?o that there willlro no deten tion. F?t the accommodation ?f those fiersonscuiraging passant for their friend*, who may wish to tend litem money to una IA them to provide for the voyage, Drafts wiM be fivoa on Ibe fol lowing gentlemen. vi?. William Miley.tS ?'den Quay, Dublin. John Hiram Shaw, OhieheafcrQnay. Belfmt. Matthew M-C-nn, Steam Packet Otfiao, Wexford. John McAuliff. Mesehant Quay,Cork. Jeter Kcenan, Vest street, lirnght'du. John Beat, Sugar liland.Newry. M. Donehirrty,('o'ornine Jame* fairn*, ''orti Market, I.vndnndcry Jame* r.ilison Sft Radc'ilt-street, Slign. Jame* Finneran, Lacarrow near Alhkrae. John Mintagh, Ka linaenrgy. Jvtri h Ronan. Mulln.gar John Atkinson, Carlisle Daniel Wright A Cm.. ' RnKirinii street, niaagow. Apents who will also five every aaiMtance in forwardir g paaaoii* ger* to Liverpool. 1 Application, for pannag ? I mm peraooa re.K^g in the country, j (poit paid) willRMet wifnevrrv HtfeaJion. For particular*, apply . RAWSON A M'Ml'RRAY. lOo Pine at. I ol *,T, or U7 Sooth at. 4 A GOOD HAT, find ? ne warrant?l to wear veil, i nd r?e?enre it* ?hape. comhp in? beauty and durala itv. call at COU I A!V D A CO'S, 23 Bowery, aait ?ide, lour door* aoi.tii ol B.iyard *t. jll? im JAMES W? W JFftlt l av'n* 'aken the at< re for merlyooci.puHl by WRIGHT A llOWf, Prratluayornor ofCanal ?t., b g? !eave to inform ki? fr end andttepobBa ^ ?**? ral v. tliat he ha* opened with a fp'en^id a?aurtnient of Fur, Silk, and Beaver (lata ; Otter and Aeal Cape, and every oth er article in hie line. The Silk Hat* are made on tha fineat fur hodiee, which rendori them light, elaatie. and durable, and warranted to rot* la the it ihap? and volor uot.l wnm >ut. The public are invited to give him ? call before purnhi airg etao N. B.?TheelJatock will he ?<dd cheap forea?h. ntttm JAMRS W. WEBB.m Brondwaf.cor. Canal at ^ ONE FRICR AND OWE ttlTAI.ITY. BROWN A CO Chatham Sraiare. rootinue n annfne tunng their ceh-1 rated llat*. p ice THREE DOI.LARS, a* '? uh i?hed n 18.*<. In i n >in ng tl r*e lata to the ptib i'-, the proptietor*'liink ihey have rearly reached the u'tima turn of beauty, dnrnbili'y. cleaioiean a> d coinlort L. the wearer. All *ale* for ? a*h ; ne pikiJ *u*tomer ther<- 'ore paya the luaim of the had. 178 Chatham Square, cornet of Molt alreet. july9ly ^ TREVALIy?TOI)IIARTfcrO?N..l4, jV Cortl- ndt*freot- Beg to inform the trade, that they hat* removed from No ? Cortlandr at., lo rhe abarve large and ? elegant New Store, where the? hava on ham], hnd an nonatantlv roneivin# fre*h auppliea of Hatter's Plush and Trica ming*-also, fancy colored Pluahes foi Ladies Hottoeta. wliieh they will aellan accommotHiting teries. Hath, Caps, Stocks, and Stock Frames, at wholesale. aH-tf-r A IMPORTANT T? THK PUBLIC. Tho s'lbacrib* r. t> anuficturer of a new and hcautitu- style of Fu' Hat*, which he i* cnalxd to adl at the bm price of #4 (5. The aiticl,' aliove incn' ?mud. is manuisc ured w an entire new pri c pie, Lnowno< ly to htmee f, ai d sold at noothei eetab liahmeiit in this nty Tli y are h w nitiful Slant Nap Pur Hat, t waranu-d to re'am'hei lu tie andabepe in any clin at AUo.t lieautif I ahoit n?p Silk Hut. of ?u|n' torgi.alit). (.cntlr nieti are rfwMi'lfull> invited to? all and examine the uliove articua, th furu porrha*uif?1st w here. J. F. ARTKGUBNAVE Ml "roadway, ,|H im* " do*ra below IVala Mu.eam VINDICATION. Dr. BRANDRKTH h?? lieen asnaiM hy the proprictorp of other medicine*, its a m rccnarv Quar-k, hecaimc he i? sa d to recom mend Inn Mfdieine in large quantitiep, and that no j/ood medicine is f*o required. The faet in, that any medicine having Merctirr, Arwnir, Antimony, or Hemlock in it, could not f>e taken in larec done*, bc cause if it were, such medicine would destroy life at once. He doe* not say the medicines to wliieh he al ludes. have those ingredient* in them, hut it is evident, from their directions, that great rare is required in the takme <>f them. Now, Hiamlreth's Vegetable Uni versal Pills can be taken at all times, in large or small doses, according to urgency of symptoms. One of those who apply thin epithet of MKRCK NARY, was a patient ol l>r. H.'a for three months, vi* : from May to August, for the Piles, of which dis ease the Brandreth Pills completely cured him. This man now advertines largely a Pill, which he professes will cure every disease, and especially the one under which he labored. Dr. llratiilreth appeals to the high estimation his Pills arc held m in all parts of the United Stales ; this is his best answer to all the vile hIIiisioiis of interest ed persons; whom he leaves to banquet on their own way. jl2-lm UIK T. JACKHOJP!! PATEWT VEOETA I J Ht.E MEDICATLD VaPOK BATHS, l*( B <weiy. and It Ann *1 Tha w Bath* are an Improvement or tho<eof Mi. Whit'aw. whose woiiilor.ul < urea hav e.tal?ll?lied the < liaraeter ofthe Yaiair Hath, a* the m at | owertul auxiliary in medical practicj, aii' Dr Jack aon * own practice in alnmat every variety of doeaae. ha. Ia?en srpiaHy *ucceseful. A K* of IIh- *i eciftc . Ifectsof thi- medicated vapor huh* a r? Toremovcth effects ot mercuiy from the* j stem tutiv relievedilficii ty of tirralhuig. ami h-ire cure Atlb a and llier di*ea?< * o th - ? heal ami Iuiik- tug ve *lr eglh I* th ? ato e.ai h to he oigeatue orfan., amlcur. die etiaia a> d it* e nee' quei.t diaonle ? to cure acute ai,d chranie sdsinatM*- ropnmMAa ihe pen leg of scro ubma and chronic ulcer* ai d ieiao? la-v . a tic i*>i> * and fci ling* fmm il.e joia a lo iirwi ote the alxiorjpiiuo or d oi>?iral tiiinMira to cure girnl in a I it. lorni. is le?* i me then any other a ent hi'lierto u* d AI-o, all kind* oI eruptive dia ?aae*. l>yai|>eU* or St Anthony a Fire. Halt R.eum. Si llinliiW, r.rtit t|on?, Ac It beanies r Ih <ea cxl su.tio < mil taf gue ra sea Uie a pints, traiK]uili/e* new on* irntalioa, an I increa*e* the ap For th" Inith of the*e aaaert'itn*. Dr J appeal* wit'* mflerart lo tlie huntlred* who IMS* teatud their rlira ive |?>Wir Theoo batlia are te ll' ve?l to he tlie oi Iv on * n o|i ralm i in this emiut y, i>p er the direction of a r ??sol ir I bytr an. It is i mi er to mestMMl that tls'y b ar no resemblance nb.tever to Ihuav ernp oyed in tho Thornp*onia<< prai trec Vi.i'nr. i ?n lia?e a lai'h at a' y lioir from * a'clork A M to half paat I I' M . aid from ? to II is Ihe eveiunf. A fein ile alw ifs iniltrmla o? to wait upon ladp* at tlie Bowery Baths durvif tb>- day at No. IS Ann alreet. ihfT if DHF.rMATIMNII O'NI'lt.t.'S ANTVRHFI'MATIC IV MM !' INI III inOillMde cure tor Blieiimah.ro I hi* rued, cms h.ia more leatinxmiale in its favor from clergymen, physicians, and ?th<-'?, Ihun la'ttiaiis any oilier prepa'otKrn iaiw liettirv the liiii'lu II i* e?si*Sv i tileaeuioa to ilirnntc, a* well a* InHnioma i?ry rmn. and being wdely a p rfriabl* tMepamtmn, no restrict ton in refimsn ih diet need l e obaerved disnni its uao A great many n rti .i-ate* arvinthe hands ?,I Ihe ageu'*. ? hich w If he ahown with pb-aaure to iwrsons wishing Ui see tb?-ni The high *ta*Mling> and iliMnleieatednessof tho*e wlio have gnen them, ami Ihe for edile manrii r in which they are writleo, most i-omioceibe axis* ?ceptieal ol the ettmorihnarv vir*ue?ol I i* isc|iaiaia>n For*ale, al Jidm Doyle'* ll<??k Store.?M Petri at., l?rw>little sad Vermtlge. i*t im imH h *t,, Hen e>#?>n l.reene, corrvt at Hraadi way and Howard at., and H A s Baymir.Tt Rowsry. >?s mm' CONCKMTHATKI) CONPOIKD *VllirP OF SARsAPARILLA Toyo* thai are learfa! of lakmt m mnkmg u*e of advertiaed loi-rlicioe* Dr Stillma"'* J*/r"l' ?f sataa pirilla la po'tianil from the lliincariiin s*r*ap""i;* nan, by tho n >wly invented proees* ?y v hlch means silt e medicinal Kopet Ilea oftlie root are extract d. at tlie san.e tune made ve?y . aiata ble, to t l.a < the infant can taken with nt|ioalwcms that nauaeatin? Binldnagreesble effect which mist .yrep* an **' tuea-sa Sar ?n^vunlli! ? HitHH n ii??hI r??m On iihwI rrm*?Ip wifh ?tirh tin hounrleil succeaa in the n uai\al id idd sagos, ftmples labs, syida litic aff- etKioa.colda. istluenx *, and sit ih*e**es arising fr.M? a risitaininatsd .tale of th*- tdnod. ' r ? >" " fPW lieeo e.srl With more sat*) action, lad !?? th- | racliti, net ami |<alient tl an M ha* of lote And why' Secmi*. '? ha* ra-rei Iwen piep red pen in-rly la-lore "I hi* prestation t* now tho only prepHr*tioo nt Sarsstiar lla generally u?e?l It miy he had A- t'nAW"". Feekmsn. corner of W nhsm st, M Meury.'<IV Fn'tor ne.r'i'eenwieh sl, Dr Riptoo C,rami st near Centre m*'ket. Di II * nerl'r ad*a< a d t h-ml?rs st, Dr Sym#. Bowerr. coiner W'nlket at, Dr (iuiefi Bowery, coinar t,ras?l S' Ataithecs y * tall Uoaton. 138 W est mgles street Haa amdherco'ioaaot thi*paper Price 9l pet larttb. d?t-|m C APONA<R<M<* < OM POI Ml FOR WHAT l^ INti The iiiKiualified anpoAatmo thi* Soap has rerwi?od fnim tl* aumenioa person* wh?i I ave used it. * an evidence of tta ?upetor v^liie over all other I avics .??p.- is use tor a ouk k. A m ?nd arniak nt lather, wh eh will not diy span Ih fhaa or icotaK tho ?kin in the leiat It M pleasantly prrfnm- d, ami pot ma Mat ?<** prr.1 put aosMenog all the po poses of s shaving hot. I'nce cent pot pat. for safa st RoPflCIIH PWARMArY, H^l l*t llnaNiway. nor F'ankHe at STOCK*. A claace assortment of Oeofleioso's and Yoonc Men s Fancy aod other Stork* of tke neat materials and work aaansiap nisi f~-?!vi-H S? Mrs k I N i, 111 ritllon .In .1 ? ?.e h she ia sal bog ?( n tioaed anaaa. a It M"