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IK. MOTT'H COVUH COiriOTIOM, OR
OOMKOUNR MUG All Of" HONKY?For Cough*, Cold*.
Aathana, and all Pulmonary AM< cuooa. AJI thoac. eapeeiaily fe
males and children, whuareavetae to medicine in the t *iiimoii and
muni nauaeatiug lorma, thia efficacious ami nuat palatable article
m particu ariy calculated. One ounce of thi* article. f?r all the
purpuaes ?f eurinf a Cough, ia worth a imuuJ ef Jujube Paste, or
any Confection made ?em He ba
T|uamedicine ha> been used very extenaivuly, and (he proirieto.'
haa not known a single instance in which it lata failed iu giving rv
lief in diseases for w hich it tit recummeridcd ; even in caaea ap
proaching to ouiisum,- lion, attended with bleeednlg ut the lun?a,
and where all other remediea had fulled. tlu> moat decided and llat
lertug aiicne** has attended it?< uae. Common coUla, which are
rcnvnlly the effect of obatiu :led uerspiratiun, wid y eltl to Hit in
fluence in a few hull's ; wiien u?t u iu asthma. hour-u-ncaa, whee/
uig, end ahertueaa of breath it gives Hinnedri e relief, procuring
tranquil real and ? leep. In ? lumping cough it .a without a tjval.
Iloiwrat-a I jr fviitl eM>ecti.rat.on, a?d may be given it? infant*
with perfect salr ty.
The proprietor of Die ubsve cclchrat'-d article, w hich ban been
proved by iheuaatiJ'. (tome of wlio?e names could lie ui utioned if
necessary, but th? public are ul e.idy acquainted with fho efficacy
of the article,) i* induced, in c oiiaequrjice of lite advertiscmenta,
which rucomiiie.id t-}i--ir piepumtion and disapprove of others, to
name the articles ef which the ComiaMmd ia compostd. viz: B.mo
act, Eleeauipaiie r<H>?. Liquo ice. .-qui I*. Amor or Hoot, Hiat
laiiaid, Flaxseed, ek-necae. Harvcr Knot, Coltsfoot, uud Iceland
Moss-ali of the vegetable kingd-m. The public ntuy be assured
it contains no acid.
It is u*i*l in all toe Kagliah mid Freooh Hespifu!*. and approtm
ted by th. College of Phytictaui und Medical School-, of Iwth
The follow lie physician* recom r.end it daily iu their practice
and have liar the last fiveyeur*:?
John De Lamaler, M. II. H. F. H ibbitrd, M. D.
Wcstel WiUougbb.v M. II. M. A. Lee, M. 1).
Valentine Molt, 31. 1>. J- U. Beck with, M. H.
IMi r C. Tappati, M. !>? Chis. F. Wilcoxsni, M. I).
J. White, M. I). Rudolph isietmr, M. D.
Kami Maxwell. M. D. Jacob Cook, M. D.
J. H. Her 1. M. D C. Fox, M. D.
C> remiH Ckaptn M.I). Abijnh Maim, M. H.
Physioiun* efthe first respectability will not te?tily t) mediotlM I
unless it li is < xtruordinury virtics.
For sale by the following r, ?itc table agent* l)r. Hart, corner ol
Broadway and Chambers at ; Dr .*yme, cornet of Walker at. and
B.vvery, Mr Scbetfrhn, 114 Canal ft ; A Underfill, 3h ll/kmun
atroetj Hopper's Phurmacy, corner Franklin street anil Broad
way, und Mr Howard, cormrr of Hicks and Fultoil at., Biooklyu:
Or Jones, I'hnu elplnu; Dr. Itowland, Huston.
Price. >I per larre bottle. fl3-lwi
IIWI IWWk HOXKH HF LADY CHEHPING
l."vrjvFvl"" NY'S DINNE41 I'll.I.ai have Ik-uii aold the paat
If the medical maxim lx> true, thai ' the knowledge of a disease
ia half its care,' la?w ifrvutly ia it to ke deplored tbtttlio kn<tw
Mgv at thoae prevalent disea-es which annual y cany olf millions
oftlie liuman aco, is not mure generally < Ul'uaed. How lamenta
ble i' is that so few of tli.s great Iminan liiauly i<o#se?a any infor
mation > poii a subject in winch, of all otliera, they ate mo?t vital
lv i.iturested. It will probaliljr lie an mere ililc marvel to tot urn
K?ner,itiong of th- world, that the past should have lie. ti a?>iaint
<td with every thing except that winch it moat concorus iln.ni to
To c,on?ey this knawledge more esleiMively than has yet Ix-en
ATtempte<l by any other practilioner, and to (iirect rh.- aitention
uf the aHlicled to those few and Himfle reim'tliea hy w. n li many
ufthe uinat prevalent disi iu s may bearrcati-d uud n-inoved, is the
o'jact of Lady CreaiMiigny, in this and other pathological summaries
wniah ala> will publish upon the aatboniy of the highest medical
wrrterawf tl.e a*e Har inttmclkjii wi I nectasarily Uelni f, but it s
accuracy will h* uoiieni b e.
CONSUMr riON ?ofthiadiaeasa, in one or other uf its loriua,
four thousand iMirw wa have died mi the city ol New York withm thv
kiat aeven >car; ; this rs |>r,ived by the city tails of mortality ; aiul
us victima ti<n>uglio -'t th ? country have Usui n, almost the same
propoitioii to ike populati'ii. Consumptiou (or Marasmiiu Pli
Uuuia) ia of three kinds the Catariluil. tla; ,\p.>sti miitotia, and the
'l^tlK-feular. In ('atarrhal Consumption, tin' cough ia fr< i|ueut and
violent, with a c spious excretion of a thin, olienaive, puruki* nm
oua, tonietiinea, but ivot fre?i u iitlv stieaki d with blood. There ir
generally a sorwness alxvit t:,e briiut, with transi'Mry pains sh ft
ing fioniside to wide. I's ormnary cans- is a neglected eo|d, a. il
ia there ft* e a common kmc! of conaumptiwn ui a rlimat" auhj ct to
sac ti suildeu anil evtr. me ebancoa lis onr.s. J III Ap'istem ilons
Consumption the cough returns in fits, and ia fur a me tun,' dry,
wiih but very liti 1st c*pectorati >n, and that very dtlfi- ult. Tlnf,;
im otieri in this kind a fixed, d ill, circuniscrih d pain in the cheat,
which ia increased by lying on the aid -. The dry rough at Ivngth
ctiHiig'-sto a curious cxpocto u'liinofpurulent matter, which occa
KjonaJlr threalena anH<M'ation, although niaiiy other y&intulsyinp
to.us are t?ui|ior irih^ rehevwl. At ihis stage Oie iliau >?e ia rarely
if ever cured. 3. Ill Tuh-rcular Consumption, the cougn IS sh rt
and tn kltns. aril there is i fteu a i excretion of tnc watery, whey
lik? sanies, sometimes luiged withblood. Tlie pain in the ch at ia
almht, ami there is a must an habitual elevation of the spirita ?
Th ? variety is usually tho r.au.t uf a scrofulous taint iu ihe
system generally, which when th s seated iu the lungs, i au sel ? I
doaa be am-atcd in its fatal pn>nea-, ualrsa met in ita lirat ad
vanc a. ....
Each oflheae thros varieties of phth sical consumption br-gins
with llie follow i:ig common symptoma, by rem viru; which it may
certainly bv cuie<l The patu-nt i-_*?n-il? e of an unusual languo ,
brrathea with It ?s than his usual freedom. and conaeriueutljr with
more frequent lespira ioiis, which sometimes induce him to relieve
h.mselfby mukmg a dveper rear ration, aiuular to a sigh. When
he doea tliia, lie uaually fouls au uneasuieaa acroaa tha i heat; and
a" Iheae syaiptnms ntcieate, they arc attemled with more than
ordinary perspiration at night, a < aa to have li ni enter 'bled in the
r,di>incUncd for rxert on. and affected with more or less of
He roughs Occasionally, without comitlaintnf of the inconveni
mee, but if his sleep tie ittr di?t irls-d by coeg'uii}.', be usual y
cough- shortly aftar waking n* tlte moniHig, gradually tiecommg
oiori-debilitated an I etpurien< mg -n aggravatiiet of a I the above
?yuiytom? Tins mi tlv fir-t stage of couaum|>tioM in general, and
Una being the only state at whicii there i- any reaaotinble ia>|a' of
ita bewig cure.I. I will not go on to describe the truly melancholy
and Ureudful symptoms by wh ch ita furlhr r fatal atages axe
cJiaracU-rusod. To ilo It,is. wnuhl I <? unprincipled ;;i?l unl'-el
iru quackery, for sh?'im-tends oidy tliat ta r medicim a cure it in
ttiN early stage, Imwevvr much they may relieve it when more tar
Theae excellent Dinner Til!* are fur sale at D S. Rowland's l?8
WaatiingUKi at. Boaton, Jonas A Hutctimgson, i'iuliulelptua, Dr.
Hart, New York.aor of i tiamber at. fli im
T'O TH iC PITII.IC.-A nacreon, the prince or ancient
uoeta, the lover and the eulo.'at oftlie ladiea, never forgot, .iu
ta'vwi, lo mention wfthetia tli of pearl
i >v?d never h?r ooa moment kbit sight oftSe "balmy lirvath ' of hi*
Udi a, an 4 hi ra'Mt recomm.ndaUon to both sexes waa ever n?
" keefi your teelti clean, und ymir breath aw eel." The am-K-uts
ha i th 'meana of do ng ao. Anarreni'a beautira w< re aa m.ted for
then flawing ronea und their i yea uf tire, aa for ttieir t et'. ol pe ri
and their breath of b >lm.
Ovid, wb h&a taught ua how to hive ami be loved, laid nM?rc
atrnaa upon tin teetn aud iireath, than any o'.lwr |s?mt and verily
tbaae prenefKs are worthy of our pracficw
How many inatehca tiave t>e n tmikrn off" bow inanv untantcs
aepara'ed how niMCti miaery cauaesl by the single fault of a bad
I unce hearJ a lady amg, and moat /ivineljr, Her voice waa
ulear, full and uielodioua hor lories miperti?bat the air l.eyond ?ri
daraac . ,
Who driw not wi h t ? lune this d.fect remedied 1 What tody
doea not ?iah to be bk-rtrtl with th^ Ui1)i ut (i-ari himI the balmy
breath," ao note* by lite divine Anacreon? Wtiat (eiKleman doea
not wtah >? he m every war arrn^ible to the lailiea /
TH r. REMEDY l.s IN YOUR ?iW> HAN Da ?Dr I'a mer'a
Diinan Pearl Tooth Powdvr IS ortered aa a is*m<*dv , w hoae effects
are aa certain as tliey are delightful Thia excs-llant naith |aiw
der m not the invention of the p easnt day. It baa a >tbeen r? - tin
e<l lo modem times, uud Dr Palmer kua bad Uie happiness of lea
tonxng, in ita jMinty, the loiig o t article whicU waa in aueh vogue
in the oaya at yme It ui onenxl with the fullest oo'itide ?re as to
ita merits, t-o which I iou-iui la wh-? have used it ran tw.tify, ami
ahould any lady or g? NlWman who, by niisfortune hi e Is n af
Urted with uq some bri atii or had teeth, make one t-iul of its vir
tues, and not feel p- rfeet y sat aheu of itaelfii-aty, tlwn " Othell.i'a
occupation's g <ne. '
Tti ? Diman Pearl Tooth Powder ia no ntoderr qoarkery It r ?
gmr?-a no puffing, no t>nragraphinir. in render ita u?ca as gene al aa
?la eft-els are d"'ik*btfiil Ti e inrrvdic fa are uf a nature whfh
, u Mi injure. Hid must Uwiutil', tl?- tretli nun swciti u tlifliaeutli
The certitlcau a of many i if the nhlcst mu heal p actitiouer, oiftbia
country will te tify to the fact, and (tie innuiaeadilit recotnmeuda
isiay letter*, from ladins an t gwutlemvn wli? have uss-d if, me aufli
cient guarantee* lor if* worth.
ForaalebyDr Hart, c rrier of Brna lw?y and Chamber* at ; Dr
Hymn, corncr of Walker st. ami Bowary.
Also, in Boaton and Philadelphia.
Prier, Mcanta i-er (mix - f 13- lrn
TilK THlltil WILL PKUVAIL. ? U K UOOR
VCLLtlOlWMIUNEk ANU ULEET DEIL.iUEMT,
CURES ALL .
t,<i(iC hail Philosophy laid hid in n *fil.
Till aapient Srtrtnn ro?e <u*J all wa*. ibt.
Bo Phytic Imi< bird on with cnppled pace.
Ve lr<| in dark Utim. nr f rv?l m'lifrmiaoe,
Till ? ?r tt?M?dwell laid h-rope i to ihintw.
Willi Truth ? J. .rind hey, um! with K?a*on Um.
TIh* 'unliwiw ? t w imljulaoliti1 rure that ha* av.*r Iwen d iw
vorral lot Ovo vr:irr?*al dm a*e. whirh Ine I wen known, when treat
?dw ihe*y*tom,t< down fiom n* rut ion to generation. ilefv
MM tUe ?kill of the nx?' lailmt phyioi.i%?. It w ullowral by <?*> yy
ofrt-*<-<Hia.n?ofl wiihi'.to be ihumo t < rruin, aafaandti iik nxWf
of care llnown It loot* ail every ve?ta*r of the from I If
ayatem in a fi wilav". no imrtir how <>M the caae, a id may alwaja
heuaed with the* eate-t aalelyhy ImiUi nm.
F<>? ? iIf br Dr HART. <" ir-ier"! Hr.jadwayand Ghaaiber* afreet;
Ik rtyme. rumor of Walkef >irc-. l aid Bowery , Hchietflin, W
Canal ?twet ... __m
P H We haw inuh p'eaaure in hearing teatimony to thaaaln
ami iffirarMHi^ mo-twine: we da IHa an (ft *>ad- ol attict inniai*
tiabty. knowing >?wial r lend* who have hew eurtd by it?a l'a?t
Ail we know _
Wbiiaaa eby A.DWDBWHI'L. aw H ^kman at. ft Im
CONI RNTIUTKU UOMfUCAU RluvC
OF ?AR.-< AI'ARIt.I.A Teyae Oial are feiirful of taking m
wink n? uae of adv> rtiaed medicine*. Or Htillmnn '? Hvrupof .-tarta
i>anM t in pn-i-ar?d from llie Unitarian Mnraapanlla nait. Iif the
newly *"v>>r?ti-i| pr*ee?a fcy * hirh uicaii* a'l t ie mcdicinal | r?u?f
tn-? of the rtrii are eatrnrt d. at the -ame time irndo rot y > nliiln
Me. ?i thai tbein*tat rantak?it nith-m' pmduor.t that nniiaeat ing
aeddi*ag'HeaWe otv.-t which moat-ynipa nte apt torn-a*. Har
aapanlla??aalieen ti?vd 'n?i 't?<irwMt nanote /erwd* wilhauch u'l
boil n< tod ?ucce*a in lh<- removal of nW anrva, pimple*,httoa, ?yide
Irtir ?rtn 'mo* colda, infleeau <*ami mN ih?i-nac? urMn* from ?
eamtaimimtad Mate of im Ulnod. *c , yet a lima nerer heen iiaed
with more "at* actiiw.iplH to lb- Ufaetiboner umJ tnu?nt Uwn it
haa aflate Ami why' Keoa>i*?'it hiw n .*i ptepi red prw
?erly before: I hn (.reparation it now it>* only i reparaiiofl ??
WaraapfiHa generally n?ed
Itmay be bad of A UndrAiH. 3* B" kmnn, rwrnerofWrtlinin
H. Henry 1?? Boltonoeartireenwieh *t, l?r B jrton liraiwl at. neai
fV?t-e ?<irket. l>r H ??nri, e ?yner Rr-adwat a?d " h^nitierti *t,
fir Hrrne, flown?, comer Walkef ?t, Of Bowery, i nrnet
(iraaH m Apo?h. naff'a Hall IbMton, I "a Waatnuftnn <ln-rt. Hee
aaMher cwlaiwa mf Ikiaoaner Prv~ ?? t""1' '
OL0lMTAHI.IHliKU M HWit^ >*.u . ..
POR BATHH, ?n J.Jm afreaH. J. P CAKHoLI. retivn*
enatefiilarkitowledaentetiU t? the ihiIiSiC. nnd l?> ?p;illeni<ti ?f(St
?ledtca! ivmfeaamn, (i* IM liberal iwrormrc bea'nwrd on hw <-at?b
IndHnent. which lia? r>?w fx en in n*cer??f!il rnieratiim npwarila nt
ek-re n yeara Al I he limit* of a m'w* nnrr advrrliaemerit pr?eUide?
tbepoa*ilHliiy ..f fivuir an anyliUcal d< tail of the m?dirinal *ir
taeaaf la? Vai?>r Kalh. he beaa l??*a ne>re|? to atate Hiat it bar
been Swrnl a a il'e.ihouch p?iwarfol renie<l? in all'be followint di*
aaaea -Hcaiftil?, ( Mtaneoaa di <????*. il(?nimati.?ia, (iaait, I ici
l>Mot canceroua tuaaun, l>iae?ae? of Hh- i??nui, U tairli ratmpl imta
t>uop, A^cifcrna id br Ltvef. Aalbma. HnrWencolda, and Oelidity,
*C Me bn? ir, |H. iaai i .<n,a ilie alnm?<l writtra it-commcnda
bam, retardina tlie ?iMr *ed <i1c?ef of hia Vaprv llaMi, fian the
moal wwnent |iby?iiuan>. wmhc of which be lahiriila t ? the noOrc
I have on ? "?eraloera?i m* >1 .,'r?| tha Vapor Rath e?* .eliahmont
a J hn atfeat, CondnaUilby Mr .* Mr* (;an*?ll, and have ? ntirnly
katiaAed rny-eifthat the r.ntb*are nrimmictered flmre wMli ?knl
and aUeritem I.HX. II. rtTKV|;,>? M l?.
I can cbeerfiiHy'tateihai I ha?e ti.inid tla Raina in Jonn *trn?t
well attended to and every iwnfon ofth.' tietb nia camvMed
VAI.F,V i imm SoTT, M l>.
1 have haen fnf many yearaia the liabit of at-iviiac paUcnta ta Mr
ft Mr* ('am>JI * V^por Kafli* in John at. and ha*,. iak?-n '-iH-m ie
r imtjy n?y elf.Mfioo ailnrceww* I h?l rea.^n t,, with
rneaktjl wl alt"fi'ion v itn whieh ll?ey wem vlmtni??fted. a?d lh"
Neve that m thian<apee.t Mr ft Mr* '"arrull !<?*?.. ooiHeif to be.oa
?wetl hv loal* m female halheea. W\l J M AC!NKVF.N. M P
The Ha I ha an- ia ? onaUuit rea/hncai IW> ?? ? o'clo k hi the ?norf tnt
till#o'ckwk ',t rurhf.. iValable Itafha. rriih romrv-tcnt p^r*<?ii to
arlmi'oitr-r them, a ntto nnypvt of the dtfiit Rrrvftfya ,t
rwni'1'ea mKwe. Vo connexion with any othereataUiwhroem
IMPORTANT IHKOBMATIOI. PwMMJfcotoi
M. with the Mlowuit ixmip aiuta, vu ? ecrurula, L?(*ui>, Ball
Rheum, St. Anthony'? Fire, F. vei Horn, even when ihe I ones are
affected. WIhm Swelhu**, Violent EmpUons ktlw im-axles, Scur
vy, Foal Festering Eruptions. Pimpled ami Carbunclud laces, Sore
Eyes, Sore Lees, Sea'd Hi-ad, Ulcers, Venereal Taint*, when mar
cury luu fadeif, and ulldMwniois arising from an impureslate of I he
blood m bmwri an tuurMi llut OR. RELFE'S BOTANICAL
DROPS rooliHHH unrivalled for the prevention, icli f, and cure of
tlww rompluinta. in proof of which rvail the Kdloning ieiiia-liable
i ure of a case i f 1? yean' standing -
I Extract ol a letter.*)
' Sir-;My !???, wh eh before dt>l ot look like a Unman limb, ia
now (.niirely healed up after resisting evt-ry other application for
twelve year* Previous to taking your Relfe's Hotaiuaul Drop*. 1
kid given up all hope of relief."
Auwther Cane An ag> nt writes : " There ia a iieraon taking the
Botanical Drop*. evidently with rite greater advantaiie ' He dc
clari a. to u?c hi* own words, " It it doing wonders for him," and
m, bji it were, " anutilung It.m from tb-i grave."
Numemua instances have occurred were person* were pining
away a miserable existence, notliing they could urocurs aAuidi g
them pcimaiieul le'Kif, un'il they haJ Hivde use of tlie aliove inval
uable Hitdiciiie. They are at o tliu beat spring ar.d autumnal phy
Price 81, or Shuttles f ,r #5.
DUMFRIES' REMEDY FOR THE I'l'.ES -One of the beat
a'd moat thorough remedies known forthia tintihlcsomccomplaint.
It liaa more iicrlecilv answered iho pur|*?.e f >r which r is intended
than any other now in common use, and utlordw immediate and |ier
manent teliel, both from tin- diao Jet itself, and it# accompanying
symptoms of puin in the loiru, vertigo, beuduebe, lo.-a of apiietite,
indigestion, and of.ier marks of ib bility,
Price Si tor both article*, Ointment und Electuary, o."50 cents
when only one ia Wuutcd.
to- None an- genuine utiles'* signed T. KIDDER,on tin1 wrap
per, (sole proprietor, and aaccussor to Dr. Conwuy,> by wliom they
uri; for Hale, at his counting room fc# Court street, Morton ; andby
his s|ieciel ap|*?intnieilt. by P. Dickie, tls Bioadway ; StlasCarle
& Nephew, coiner Ful'on and Water atrect; George 1). C <ggt
shall, twi Peurl street ; J. H. Hart, comer Broudwnv and Chani
lier atreet ; Whiting A No well, comet Catharine and Hntlisiin at ;
J d: W. Towiisend. 8W Wutor at: HusliUni dt Aspinwall. Wil
liam at; and A. I! A D. Sands, two Fulton at. f 10 '4m
IMPORTANT TO LAOIEH AMO UKKTLK*
I MEN -LADY MONf AGUE'S COMPOUND, CHINESE
SOAP lor San-Item, Tan and Fieckles.?A S/up lor eleUHmn"
whitening and softening the . kin. the use of which ia indispensable
to the toilet both of la lea and gentlemen
It mutes every thing th t ia most perfect of the kind : it isone of
flie most precious commit io* aa yet known, to preserve the beauty
nf the akin, and the freahueKa oftlie comple*iwH; It etlacea moat
of thwae wrinkle* \vli?ch arv |irodn?e?l by the etfecta of age, takes
uwuy pimidea and redneai of the taee, cures chepa a id crocks,and
prevents tlie akin from tnniiiNg. It ia also used with greutauccesa
in removing fieck'?s, tetters, and indeed, all eruptions and aeid ?
liea of tlw blnod which atleat tlie -kin.
For the Toilet. ?This precious Soap unite-i th' advantagesol the
greatest ntilr-y'lor tl.c toilet of both sexes ; by using this, water
may be di-iien-ed with.
Fo gen'leincn, it aerv?/a to soften tlie Iward, to piarent the aoap
from diying, and t? facilitatt Ihe action of the razor, to takeaway
the heat of it, I'i pr. vent smarting and eriif>tiona of the skin and
moreover to take away pimplsa or chtpa which may happen in
cotisetfuence of ita heat. . . ?.?
Tlie ?ub*crihcr ha* just received per the ship Albany, via N>w
Yo k, from France, a valuable supply of this adinir, d articla. Foi
?ale by Dr. Hart, corner of Broadway and Chamber at; Uusht in
Ai Aspiuwall, No. Ill A#tor House, Mr. SebeWiii, 114 Canal at;
Dr. Syme, corner ol' Wulker and Bowery. Price 5?ceula p. r cake.
HMIGIILY CO NC IK NT RATED COMPOUND
SYRUP OF SARSAPARILLA.-lt ia a well established
fact, ttiat all cutaneous discittes and weak cons'itutiona arise frnin,
and are increased by un lin^ureor co'.taunn Ued atate nftlie blood.
Tlioreiore, instead of using external application* to lorce the dis
ease bat k into the system,tlier,.' to rermiu himI produce greater evil,
iiUemtd remedies, abould b? administered to p rity the cjntam
inaled IiIimkI and Oriretbe di-ease out of the system, to be lorcver
eradicated. In order toeH' et this grand object, lucourae siiould be
had to those iiiofiicines which have |>rovi d ii|s>u m il to be moat
effic imous in purilyiug the bl<Hid. Sarsaparil.u tnm la-eu used many
yoa s tiiumphantly sucrs.'ssful f >r this puritoje?but his i.ev. r btfeii
iiroperly pic|>areil before this uuwly invenlt d i>toc< ss for prepari g
it. Tlieahove prepuraliotiof trauparilla has received the huh
s?t cue Miliums Iro n some ?.f tlie most rmiu lit phyaicians ; it is
piepureVlf.om vevitahle auliatai ces only, uud not d petulant n; on
any active i?.iner:tl oi corrosive aiiblimate, Ac. as a great maiy
aiedicinea do, that I coo Id naitte, and poaaess tn? active principle
of Sarsaparilla n.ot in i'.i ne at < vucrntraUd degree?being a very
imlnutde medicine the in iat de icutc sbimacli cax l?ar it ennve
ni-Htly. and it is with safe'y given to llw moat teller in&nt. In
corrolN>ration of which certilicaiea from i>eraona nf the liral rvapec
tability nn be ahiwn. by applying t ? A UNDER HILL, proprk tor
of the recipes, 3S B?" knian stre*'t corner of William, New V?rk,
or at ? itlk-rof hia ogeats in New Yoik, lint..nor Phi'adeli hia.
This is to certify that 1 have sold iny risht lor preparing the con
centrated compound sjrup ofanrsapnr Ha tH Mr A. Utulerhill, <or
ner af Beekmau and W illiaui sts., New York, for the iirice nf one
thousand dollars. Nuted this "21st dav of September, in the year of
our Lord one tMO'.isand eight liu-idred and Hnrty six.
J. ST1LLMAN, M. w.,423 Broadway.
This taraaptrilla prei?nrution is i^caliarly recommended for tlie
cure of scrofula, or king's evil, ulcere or sores, diacaes or emotions
of the skin, chronic (lieuuiatism, aore throat, venereal enmplainta,
mercurial aHeetiona ike. 1 K' above named (1 seeses all yudil im
mediately wider the use id'III a |>ri iwration of sarsaparilla. A.
Cndeihiti will piest-nl but few uaiHes frwm anonist the nuinarnus
quantity be has receive<l, speaking in (ugliest term* of praise of
the etticjiey of this |ire|Himtion, whieii lie thinks will b? rutHcient
to do away with any idea one may ivil?rtain witti regard to its be
ing -puroms, or iiot Uui'ig what it i. recommended to lie, tic.
This is to certify t hat I have made use of tlie cmipaund synip of
aar<ia4iartt!u. pre|?arod by Mr. A. Underli II. :? B?s-kinnn, cnnivr of
Will am st. N. Y., both in my (?rivutu practice and my family, and
tiimk it better and cheaper than any other iireimration of the kind
bow used for the aliove named di-i-ase.'. Yours nwiw'tfully, tic..
N BRUSH, M. D New York.
Dr. ED. VAN WINKLE, Hu son at.
Mr SAMUEL MOItRHL, Grand at.
Dr. ."SHOOK. Rewe?t.
51r. THO.MPSON. Hardware mer
chunt, L-6 Grand at
1 have f>era<>na!ly uaed the above preparation, and can reco?)
nwnd it as beir.g better tli?n any ot' t.'f; kinil as I have uaisl it my
self. H. SWAIN, William ti.
Fnr ssle, wholesale axd ret?i1 by the proprietor. A. Underbill, 48
B?'ekinan, coniei <>f UMIani si N Y. Alvo at retail by l?r. Hart,
'?met of Br a-'way an?( Ohnmbers at., Dr. Synte, coiner of Bow
ery and Walker at.. Dr. SehcfHin, 114 Canal ft., A B A D Sands
comer of Wiihani and Fulton ats . Dr. (iuion, miner of IVswery
and firaixlaL; Mr. Preufi**, fit West Broadway. N. Y. Ill Boa
tful at D. S. Rwwlund. A|Nttii<-eiiry Hall, tvi Wellington at -In
Pluhulelphia by Yiaing, 3J .-South 3d st None gen, ineexeefst the
initials, viz. Dr. T 8. aro on the ??ol. ?! i>er Isittle fi lin
EDICAL CAIID.-Th'- study la-stowe ?' uoon a certain
M a K ranch of practice, l?yDr. GLOVER, continues ?? r?e?tve ? he
MiHMd WmMb Those Mho are ufli ? tod W tli gleets of
knig sUOMlitg, and all diseases arismir from irapun'v of Ine hbmd.
J ami auch protractodcaaeaaaliavelMttlledtheakMlol'tneinexiienene
I ed, will do well hi cohsupI htm at hia ullki', a Ann si reel, near the
American .^luaeuai. Separate entrance* and separate uuiai-a |>n
I vate entrance, 3d doorfrom the Mus. um. dm if
C"* ACTION TO THE PUBLIC.? HAKPEK'S
J OOUUH RrMEDY.-The paliV are mitnu ed nguiust par
"hawug Hur.-'I ? CtMigh Remedy ot a > |?*r*<in except Hie \\ i.|,,w of
Iheoaigtnat pmt>r?at?i?, R:ra. Alugml H-qwr, the fa* Mnule ol whose
Mgnat u re ia signed ami atHlorwsl on the wm?t<eruf the phials. The
conuine article can be liadonly at 31 Roaest. AUtohli sewheiea
Agent*.-Mr Stephen Van .thsiek. 392.1 Market*!., Albany.N.
| Y.; Mr. H. Stevennon, B.irnet at. New RriinswicJi N. J.; Mr.
BaMwn, Fair at. Newark. N. J ? Mrs W Van Cleef,corner o(
Jainea ft M.iaanests Kaioklyn. L. I.; JihnC. Tltnni|M<>n .l.onaie
k ins v i le, JStaten Island: Mr. Gidd Silinian, corner of Mam and
| Wa-hington stieeta, FKuhieg ,Mt Gold Sdlironn. Baken ,nldstand,
j JamamaL. I.; C. Luther. Holtoken; Mr Malthewo?ierf?mds San
| aertie*, Ulster Co. N Y.. G. DutSon, I tiea ; Mr. D. bm-I Fish, Con
; recln*ner, Exchanre Edildings, MarM'c id. Cnrm.: Hfuiy Kelchum,
('old Sjinrg, L. I ; Lnnnd* A M'e?t, M uiniouih County. N. J,,
I towhslup Hornet | C. T Smith. Gieni'mih, H oekland co., Orange
| Town, N. Y. ; Mr* Fervrene, Ninth Secnnii street, Wdliatnsburgh.
| LoMglshind ; Alfiei. Gregory, Daidiu y, Conn.
The plnalsare encn wrapr<slm printed di <ction*,*iirm'-'nnden*
on theoulaide with a fai: siHulenflier own signulure.
| nto Jm#
IMPORTA 1ST TO MOT A FEWa?DR. CHER
1 KfV AHTKIKflKNT PILLH? f>?HMi?he<l liirllw r.idnal cure
oftilewia ami continued urethral ?li-whargri. While perfectly
anawennc tHe intention of llr. t'hcriy, MM I'llla aoinviporateibc
wh<>)' ? onwtitMtioti, ?? rdcriMU to|iMWil thr re-,"p>?-<iranc? of
?u<-h lU-lifUlHli'iC complaint*. MttMl irotn an imtnmwr number
?fcreddMe pcranna, rivtored from a Iriffliiwlly i maciatial atatc of
health, tocomplete r>4i'wt it if hi t* a?l''itr?-il, ihroujth the ?o'r
atcticy of the*e truly celebrated Pilk. vfurl, Wr, < li rry wa'rnnt*
to Minium noiacMWf. ttiM ha. mm Mlicf Mfra^wnl of a iwmi
cKiiia *ature.hui the followingextract ia deemed all * uftV^ent.
Na*(au ?trect,July l?,1*3*.
Dr. Che-ry? IVar ftir I ran acarcelr ?-xpre-? mv think*, bvt
allow rue to Itymy r?if WManraraPnW liiirdablv. mi<| preyed
on my ?jiiml *<> much thnt I c<mM N>ld-?n to no ailiiati'xi 'o"? 'I waa
in five I'ift rent atorea *ince litai December). and rntil I t.?A two
l>o*e? of your imMb lout April, ami *in -e Mnyl Nave lie n u new
nun Ac I *rnd my arbire?* c rtitiden'w'iy. arxl if my !c?'iiii?By
will avail. I will m<mt cheerfully five it to any one ?ituate<l aa I
w??- ..... - J A w
New Ywk - Who!e?a^cand retail by A. P AH S.-i'da, Id* Ful
ton, c??r William; J flyme.ftor Walk>-r and Uowery ; and retail
tiy H. J <^al*un, (M lliiartM anil lt?>?cry : M bmr ft ?amMe, ih.1
l<ntadw%y; John Colvilb*, Jr rw Wr.o?np ami Broadway ; M A.
Ilorwell. cor limin e and <'?n < I T It Awtia, <ICanniM| j
R Mon.?? Ml M Mi.lwny . and l)i. (imon, or tinnd an,I Umcry
Price ftl perVo*. dl9 tl*
NO. :?? DIVISION UTRKKT. -Thetimc i* not far
off *V-i l*?win Hwlar'i Ki 4 will anaeieede ihr iwr
nfeyery tbinf thnl ever w i? kn iwa for'he /wncn al rvi'wuhatum!
in? aw tf)imkuwb ui. hit imotiiariiy.lmt
in n? tiac, pc<i|,le are n .1 ?o <K jly *e?hvh| litrticiiii.rly when
three ?jiiart"r? ?filio?" th it arc eared every lank by it. Mr i?er? in*
that bav? >'*1 '"?? hear or (tailor. NotWM l? ?? than
? I i*r vial,ilanhun'lrr I n taken ?i imrf,etr.-|il i<ih anowli^lirui
iqprnf? If'??" ?wkto(Olanofirtki(?4#mf,|i lijifel wnr
rantPti JIDf^rnBl and *afc* P'ir?-,..r i?i..npy ri-tiirn?d, rioe
tUnf pwry liottle lia? <Ih? wilt ftu ?irnalitn- of UriM IxtiMin, of
whom ilcanlw olitainH i>n??li lyand oonUdfat:*, al No M (>???
moo ft. Fur particular*, Nrw York Trarwrniit. II l in
VKIIV IMPOKTANT NOlfCR TO THE
PUBLIC.?Br. 1?K JANt?N. wh? C"nlint? trratltif with the
imlWifUmWiM 9* "I Vrn? real, which have l>ecn ftvra ?p l?y
iwwlemtta ptl^iciana ofthnr*t?, '.t^'ratoilHwc w laj will !?? plra* d
lo hmwtr him wtUi th?ir nMWfM '? pmh"c?kc? a crrat ariti
?i|ihilini' inf.illiMe (HR tor I her ricrcalin tH* rnont inw>fcrai?cn-pi?.
(VrMion who arc atfli te^. wh?i would f*> rnnvin<>. d of th* fnct,
can a patient now iindcr the care of f'r. PcJiwin.at Mr. Coo
am*, 33i Clintim at, ?' d whi wifl lw at lihi-rly to n?k any i?uoa
tiwna rwapcrlinf tim vimirahW procrcaa of tb? u?v Apply Of
VERY INTKREWTtNG ADVERTISEMENT.
To the F.iUtrnf thr flvw.* ?
t*ir Vcclinc Intanatol Kit my fellow hrmrn. who an?oft?a
rielima of iifourant nuu'ka i I tkfceity.it Icconim a ihil* on mn t?
makp knnwia nfarrt whi< lidcacrvea cub.'ie at-en ion. f hare, un
r?f wtcly lor in'-, hatd a acre ?? attack ?fa nwliuly, Mxi bnyp ap
i j?*? pretoof1p<l phtaiciane and nblaini'ttf no ?elicf, I he
?an 11idea air Aa a la*l reamirri-, (a* I Ita-n thouirlit). I went to
the H<?apttel wi llttl*. hoi.e of fli flii,* thnre tmiiM phyaicninnapalile
?I r ?**inr nv* of that nv?.t In rriMe of all dwordera. After re
?'?' ^ ,w"mt<iiilH. in i| t'.iuii tb t! waa not hkdy lo *h
mn a t-crniani-M r.(ic | nfimi had ic ourtte to a |ifptcmlc<i pr?c
titmrer Jr m prcmmcil t.?. ? j? |)f.n| coic , after n ^lami'if ntwhir
IT ?r:mwVJ.V/J.'!'.'* 1 i'i teasnfwli Vidf me of ihe
4i?oifter, I wat daily r iMtjt tmr. i<. cucban ak'muif ?xtiM had
Itwwctlnw HaDwl ??ir??dine
in the lace haf. IMunnirl, f?r mr ,fmw, .^rceiwn#
?ne afthe daily >??pcr<, theSu",) | aaw in adver ia m'ntnf Mr
l?e Jano-i, |:r?nu?in2 ifutin I,
dTMdlo mal i!y . Idct,r? i ? -I. ,, I.^U^h ^ t, m,| V^
him, al hia reel We. No <(*!?'. <I*? aya% L?.* li,"?,,
turn that I ?ball rumcml."r llwil il?y ,m?i hia v nK.f?? ,j|'
Ml live Mad I mn rcrciv ' \m I miaii
f ibIkhiM thw ? rrn ? i*vn^rr??i W?fh rtr? ?H ,t ,? r#w '.
? r.rr ^'r l"r y
ooe and a hill brittle*, ami ac c- ?bly to hi?r-i K-ai ,,,i1 r.
lar mrl, t'm< i??a*e hT ?? di?apfN>?irkir, and I lHi|^4,K,rii -iii.
aide locome an I thank Mm n r i-ailly ,u'1*
ll?f" r<, ii rtfiilly,
jll-lm* HV ?| C?i ton?t
It PATHOLOGY OP PREVALENT DIS
EASES, Part II. by Dr. WILLIAM ETANS.?Hav
ing, in Part I, given an accurate and explicit deocrip
tion of the Patnolof y of two of the moat fatal Genera
of Human Diseases, Marasmus and Diarrhoea, in all
their known varieties ; and indicated the most proba
ble and approved means of their cure, Dr. WILLIAM
EVANS proceeds to inform the public of th? Patholo
gy of others, which are but little understood by any
except the regular and well educated members of the
medical profession. In thus disseminating among the
many, a brunch of knowledge which has hitherto
been confined to the few, he need not repeat that he
considers this information to be of vital importance
and inestimable value k> his fellow men. What cin
be of more importance to mnnkind in the present life,
than a knowledj. <?f those diseases which are con
tinually bringing it 10 a close? And of what know
ledge ought mankind to be so thoroughly possessed,
as a knowledge of the maladies to which their own
persons are exposed ? The first diseases which Dr.
William Evans will describe in this Second Part of his
Pathology, are some of the species of the Genus Li
mosis, 01 Morbid Appetite, which forms the fifth Ge
nus of the Order Enterics, of the class Ccaliaca ; and
treat of the principal diseases of the digestive function
and Alimentary canal. Limosis Cardiulagia orCar
dialgy, an unpaired appetite, with a gnawing or burn
ing pain in the stomach or epigastrium, and a tenden
cy to faint. This species differs from dyspepsy,
which will be described in its proper order, al
though Cardialgy is sometimes an attendant of Dys
pepsia, as it is of a multitude of other complaints.
The first symptom is heartburn, a gnawing or
burning uneasiness, chiefly felt near the cardia, with
a slight tendency to faint. The second symptom is
an extension of the pain to the pit of the stomach ;
anxiety, nausea, coldness of the extiemities, failure
of the strength, and a great tendency to faint. This,
is called syncopuca, or sinking heartburn. The third
symptom is an extension of tho burning sensation
over the whole region of the stomach, accompanied
with the rising of a watery fluid, usually insipid, but
sometimes acrid, which is called the water trash.
The first symptom is most common, and affects both
sexes. In the male, it is frequently caused by the use
of spirituous licpiors, obstructed perspiration, depra
ved bile, or excessive use of purgative medicine. In
females, by pregnancy, the use of too copious quan
ties of very warm or very cold drinks, animal fat,
butter, decayed cheese, and sometimes by night
watching and care of mind. In children it is lreqnent'
ly caused by worms and unripe fruit.
The first remedy is a good aromatic tonic, for
whilst magnesia and soda, which are commonly ti
ken in this case, will seldom relieve it for more than
half an hour, two or three of the CAMOMILE
PILLS, taken in a good draught of moderately warm
water, have almost invariably accomplished a cure.
Their effect on the heartburn of pregnancy, and of
children, is always successful. Two of these pills,
taken during the height of the symptoms, will gene
rally relieve them immediately, nnd two of the heau
ful APERIENT FAMILY PILLS, taken at bedtime,
will remove it for a considerable time, even in habits
that are most sabject to it. 2. Limosis Flatus, or Fla
tulency, impaired appetite, with an accumulation of
wind in the stomacn and intestinal canal ; and fre
quent regurgitation. Great restlessness, anxiety and
oppression attend this disease, which has sometimes
produced not only hysterics, but suffocation. It is
frequently caused by drinking a large quantity of cold
fluid when the system is highly heated ; and by eat
ingraw cucumbers, radishes, salads, onions nnd other
raw vegetables. In young infants, it arises from th?
inability of their tender stomachs to digest the great
quantity of food with which they arc overloaded ; and
the best remedy for it is to feed them for a time on
maternal milk alone. Adult persons of either sex,
need only take a few of the CAMOMILE PILLS, to
experience speedy relief. Their carminative and aro
maticproperties alone,independently of their high tonic
action would produce this effect, with certainty and
3. LIMOSIS EMESIS, or SICKNESS OF THE
STOMACH, rejection or Undency to reject its con
tents. In this malady, from whatever cause it may
arise, the efficacy of Dr. William Evans's Camomile
preparation is known both far and near. To married
ladies, especially, who, at interesting periods, are all
subject to it, these pills have always proved a choice
and favonte acquisition. If the nature of the circum
stances admitted of certificates from these ladies, he
has no doubt but he could obtain many thousands in
this city alone; and, as it is, every lady who has tried
them will not hesitate to recommend them to anoth
er in the highest (crm? of approval. They arc, how
ever, equally efficacious to all persona, of any age or
sex, who may be afflicted with Bickncss of the sto
mach. Since a single trial will prove this fact, it is
unnecessary to describe the scientific causes of their
happy efficacy in the case; one general cause, how
ever, is their effect upon the sensorial function gener
ally, wkii-h is well known to be inseperably connect
ed with nil disturbances of the stomach.
4. LIMOSIS DISPEPSIA, DISPEPSY, or IN
Dr. WILLIAM F.VANS'S Mcdical Office, No. 7
Division st. near Chatham Square. jlG-lrw
|> A DEAU'H CBLEBRATGD HTHKNOTH
D KMN(. PLAHTKK. ?? repured for |>ain or weakn??a in the
hreaat, aide, hark or limb*; alao far rout. rheiimatiani, liver coin
plaint. and dya|i?paia; l?r rouaha, colila, aatlinmi, difficulty of
(iK'athinr. ?PMMaMMl of the rtnmach, tic .they will jive iinmedi
Hte and ?oothinp rvlwf; and for pleasan oeaa. anf<>ty, rate and cer
t;n 11 ? y. are decidedly miperi .r Ui moat ?,f other remedie . Such
l>?!?i<na m hoar bunin-Sui or .ivocat ion reqiiiraa that they atnndor ail
iMurJi.or th-iae ofredentary hnMu f< re-tally. who may l>o troubled
with puin* 111 the aidenrhrenat, are tdviai-H bi tnr one of tie ?eh nu
I.f?l plaaUiw, aa ih-y ui* caaontiall* d flcrent fn in all other*, and
are free trom th??e ahjcrltotia which are ao reaSMMMy maile
atiamal I'laaier* (rrn'Tnily. 'I iic proprietor ban had the ple??aur'-of
aeHiny thiiri daily fur a nuin'er of yeara 111 thi? city, andofthe
many thoManda who have uaed them he Ima not heard of a a,<li
tary crmplMiit. Thu-y are patrtmlwd extenaively by tho medfcal
I roli aaion; and ther* la nut oroliably an int? Hi'cnt phyaiMit in
th United >t?U?a o' BwrapC. ? T?nl would heaitate tomtnciio them
wiili liia naiiM! or influnnce, w lien made acquainted with their com
iHHiUon. j?t tf
Health -thecixF,HHATi:ocAMo;wir.r;.or tunic
PlLl-c! OF DIt W. EVAlfi, pxert a apecitic crtrrt on the
brain and nurvou* fluid, aotliat the imlpitatKie heart, th<- treriiulnu*
Kami. ihedi?y eye.andtheflutterinir mmd, vnmah la-fore their ef
(net, tikenoxioiM vni?>ri lia nretbe licriiin influence of ?!?-< immnn*
am Tlic tome medicma ia fi?r nacoua dineaaea. pr-coral debility,
indication and rta c?n?eniie*eea, aa want of appetite. an atpn
rent dn-teohonof thcHnmnch.belchinfa, iiamainrbe aUtnarh. aaid
ii>, ?m>l<'a*Hiit taatcia thn mouth. ruiiihlinf mi-? iii thelmwrla,
nerv<am?ymptoin?.I'uiauiilneaa. whrn the mml Ixjcomeairritable,
dr?i.a?nd?ri?. thout^t'ur melniwholv riarl defeated
llypo<*ai?lriaciam,low *? n ita.|*lr iuimwi ofthe heart, nervouairri
taluiity. nttHmar diatadiedileci), rheumiiiHtn, apaainwlic affec
lotna. dimnr-aauf the aiaht. and allot' er nervoiiaaymptoma. Di. W.
Kvana' eeMirated'Ionic Pilla wrtll effect a arveily and aafr cure.
The luiuiua WEAKNE.'-'fF.Hpoculiar tothe fniraet, rnuieimme
ilmtely tinder the y?wer ?l lit W EVANri' TONIC PILLfl, and
ladi<-< ilwjliMi and r<-a|*'c'al>ihty intlna c*tmtry,aiaal?a in Euroi*.
have ?nil il-#ra to lie !|ie U?t rn dkal IMnAiph Ikietoi
let. they eve' mat with, rceruitinc the deeevad afiirita, diaaiiaitinC
the h<'adaefce.ihilli>?*?aai)dl>in?u>ir and<n>atinx ? i l^aatrir vtracty,
aud cmuniic away melMielioly. They gire enmfort and atrervglh to
the whole ayefctn.
Ilefi'mi* " of thcrreat efficicnerof th?H^ 'nmlaati'e Pills, rrayho
Kudcflir W KV A . 7 Hhmmi atreet, nMrChalfiiiM Mfiiare.
New V?M<k. wbere theMlla ate add, wUdeaa'c and rvtarl.andhy hia
H*?ntain town ami coantry Bewarerdcoimt?rfrita. n SS 3m
Cosfpormn n\rupop sahsapahiliTv
COPiCKNTN ATBO?fy i>unfym( 'hetilood, i*ms\mireriip
1n.na.Ar ,fr..mthe ?km.ami all in.pontiea from the?>?ti>in' thia
pleiia^nt and healthy Hyrup haa no <<mnl Perhap? ihere it no
more ri/rtain way ?ifpiomoi i* geneml l.ealthdnrini thea rnnier,
than hy i'?ln? thi? Symp itillw aprmit Them?<'iial [ir>.f.-.?iMn
?ive it aderidrdprelcrt are over the bmmI eeleliratcd l'an?cen?. Py
rup#c.,and nurainf molliera whriae mfWela nrc aftficteil wuh
Hrald Head, fore Earn, or Weak Kyi a, are particularly recmv
ni'-ndad tnuae it. It ia iierfrctly ht-.Tn ena, and when combined
will, aei 'lit* ?? fill water, fc.rma a cool nc ami atrceal.l? Icyo
rife ITaed with ro d watrr it rn ke? a very pleaaant anmaier
drink,and may he iwd with arlvan affr hy mint perwona ut an?
time It it prepared from th? U? at H?mdiiraa ^araapanHa. arenrd
air tothe ?? oat ipprove?lt>.rnijla?,au-l aieit rare im< been taken
tn karp it Ire? tm n impil'ila^a and ad aWHni ua ndniK'uma.
Prepared and ?ohl ar w hoWule and rrtaP, by the auhacrthtr. at
Ibe Hawery Medirinc atore, SKI Bowery, New York
fltf N. W BADF.AU.
TAKECARR OF YOl RCOrOH INTIIKRl
><? m> (brine yet oflnred to the world, ever poaaeaaed the in
imitable *irtue*, extraordinary aacceaa, and the univeraal praiw
and admi ntmn ofHr MAMlN VEMETABI.K EXTRACT OF
UVtXwORT. Tlie eountleaa irwtividuala lahormr "nder all the
rymp'oM ef that d'refnl malady. Conaumntfnn ?nch a* viofenl
emiibi. apittMifof c?rmpti<?> and hhwal. paiim in the hrra?i ah rt
hn-nthiny, |o?a of fleah ar.d appetite lhnt hia invah'al.le evtrnct
preiiared hy a peculiar rbtmiral pmreaa) have ?nired I'rnm an nn
timely *?ve, taaaoU'Ceof mental exultn'mn. only n be iip|ircri,i
ted liv tViae whoae cue ray "f mind nnd lnn*'?ti?dy have produced
aomethinfof frrat Iwpent tothe human fnmtlr
Aren'a in New Y<?k. wbo!r?aln and retail, hy A BAD *andl
cor Fulton and Wtllinm, ?nd retail, hy Vilnr.r A (iaaitilc,
cor I)ey find Broadway ; J. Beenr, oar Canal nnd llrrHHfwniri
J Hyme, *3 Bnwary. cor. Walker atreet; and J H Noiiea.6t4
Rroadwny i Jobfl OMliWi Jnn. cor. Ihnaw and Itmnriway ; T.
R. AMliO. 4-1 Carmine at , nd 4 J. Onboro, ?or H<maton and
Bowery. Prlc#Mcenta <it?tl>
UK.M'HANK re?pectfiilly tcrxl- ra hra pr.ife???o al ?er?i ea
in ail ita hranvhea. tothe citryiena ?.f New York and vlcirily.
Many yenm experience in the rtouth, and am-e thnt time, a ?i?it
trt the firet m< H<cal rlefmrtinentain Rnrland 1-elanJ, Sco'land and
France, en.'ihlra h in !? treat n|l rarietn-a nfdiaeaae in the moat ap
pr,,vad and rfllcient mnr>ner
The pal rnnajrc ot'a* intrl in.'P' Community he hope* to merit by
?kill and indelnti ?'?!? at|Wlt|M to hi? | ntieet*
Aa evidence of confd nc.e in hia trcntmeat, bel??r* 'oatate. that
Mine a hall pay f<* hia mniiiM, oaivi in atnet nomi liance withh a
(Teacrn?ton,imlet? tbry prow hrnetii ial
Annual C ntra t?forllW7
#5 paid in ndvanre.alinll entitle theindifidu?lto neeeaaary medi
cal a4*i<* dwinit the e.ir.
? toraid in advance.ahxII rntit'ethe individual In *ec?a?aryao
bice and medicrnea rhiri e the y, ar
Injuria h> nrculent, ?r nnnerr??ar? cvpoe.i'e, niMl all ctirwntc |
di?r a e? thall Iw xeept'd in the anniml c?n'r?c,ta.
tifWfe rr c>and ati?et,be;wee? Oreen andfmUflURM.
MEDICAL ADVICE.-DR. EVANS contwoea
J1 consulted at bia offioo m usual, in the inunimit and a I
secret aiH delicate dniuw. Mia extonaiva waawaaia and unro
mittod attention to three diaoaaoa. have aecuretl for kirn tiie ounfl
dence and fc?ox of the public. Strangera are appriaod that Dr. E
baa been regularly educated m the city at London, and that ha waa
for iiuiny yeaia engaged ia eztenaiva boa pi ta I practi. ? In thia coun
try, lorthe laat twenty years, he liaa confined Inmselfto a certmin
branch of the profession. He * ill be found at hia office, No. IT
Heck ?lip, near Water at , at any time during the duy or aveiung,
until to o'clock. Saciecy may be di'i*nd.d upoir
janeJ? IUI.BVANW, HPeckaltp.
IK. ia c .naulted confidentially at bia office,
? ' No. 17 Duaneatreet. between Chatham and William ita., an
the fellowingdi*tfHs< a, vuGonorrlnea. (Jleeta, Chuncrea, t*nc
turea, Scinuiul Woakiieaa.and the numeroua diseuaea anaiugtroM
venereal jmisun or imiir? i*-r treatment. Ur. Johnson engage* U>
remove any recent affection in two or tliree duy*, and the most in
veterate cases in a proportionate time, without ike uaeol uny de
bilitating orinjuiioua medicine, or prevention fioin business. Per
son* vnt.uating themselves to l)r. Johiuton'scaie m'tydoao w tha
certainty of success, in tho moat aggravated cuaea. Scrolutoua
Boea, Ulcerated Leg*, Ac. apeedily healed. Strangers.jvould do
weM by giving Dr. Johuaun a call, a* a ai rUtm preventative may be
bad aauiut tlie ocuorri nee of tlie faregoing diseases. which haa
never fatlvd whereused within twenty ti?ur hour* after eximaure.?
Lett it* pom paid, and enclosing a few, can have the necessary
medicine, an - directions for its use forwarded.
Attendance from ? A. M. to 11 at uight. Dr. Johnson has moved
from 13 Chamlmi atreet. dlS y
OC'l'OK rAWCKTl, lata a burgeon ol tiie 34 H,
Regiment ot the British Army, memberoflhe lloyal College
of Surgeons of Londonand Edinburgh, and niuii.be roflhe Medi
cal College of Philadelphia. continues mill todvecthiaattnntion
0 the treatment of the t'ollowingdiiea'es. viz:?
Venerml in all ita variousi stages, Gonorrhoea, itricture*,irrita
tion of the urot hra and bladder, and aHdiaeus.-s arising from the
abuio ol mcrtuiy.of derangement el the thixls, dyspepsia,ague,
Ab Ae. Pernoin who have injured themselves by a secret de
stxut live huUt,are invited la rail. A preventive may be had tor
the removal of a certain disoider. Office, 318 Fulton street.near
Oroeewieh at aag-tf
1 \OCTOR COHBITT may be consulted in the most
I " confidential manner ut his office, IS Duano street, between
CliAthain and William streets, New York where persons afflicted
with delicate diseases, old obatiifuta ulcers, dyspepsia, worms,
diseases of the bladder, urethra, and kidney, and all diseases
arising (loan the ufeuse of mercury, or impuiily of the blood, are in
vited to call. Ti e baneful efleets often arising from tlie abuse of
mercury, lived no drscriptiou . persons troubled with a certaiu dis
ease, may apply to Dr. Corbitt. withthe assurance of having it ra
dically cured without a particle of mercury, or any other-.ianger
oua medicine. Hia charges are rcas ruble, and proportioned to
the mean* of the applicant. Dr. C. hut been educated in Europe,
under leat hers of acknowledged talent, and has had cniiKiderahle
practice u extensive hospitals and dispenaar e*. IrHtant reliej
given to tlioso afflicted with the piles, and a perfect cuie effected
in three days witliout confinement from business, or tbe slightest
pii in to ihu patient. A medicine may he had to prevent the occur
rence of a scrtain diaea e. Tl.e most honorable secresy oliservad.
Attendance da ly frain 8 A. M , to 10 P. M. nts-y
DR. POETT'S GONOBRHCEA EftADICA
TOR, is the oi ly efficacious remedy in i>iese?t use. Universal
ly called DR. POETT'S SPECIFIC. Unlike the host of tliecried
up specifics of tlie day, it has increased in public estimation morn
thun any nadfattiO hitherto kuown. Ali desi.ous ?if etleatually
stopping Gonorrheas, Gleets, Ac., ure strongly recommended ita
use. For sale wholesale by A. B. A I). Suiids, corner of Ful'on
and Willi.no streets ; und retail hy J. Syme, corner Walker and
bowelv- J. 11. Nonca, 614 Broadway?Ss. J. Oiihore, corner Hoas
toun arid I'owery?W. Horwell, comer Hud-os and Canal streets
?'T. R. Aunt in, 45 Carmine street?and Peter Burnet, 35 .Sixth Av
enue, apposite Amity street.
Pi ice. 50 cents. j2i l m
M. Ol ION'S PHCBKIX DRCG STORE,
Ji? 127 Bowery, corner Grand s'reet, where a Urge assortment of
Drugs, Medicine Perfumery, and Fatic# articles may be had of the
first quality, and on the m< at rrasonnble terms. - Alio
ABERNETHY'8 COMPOUND LIQUORICE MIXTURE, for
Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Ac. The success of thia celehiated mix
ture, which liu* l?en before the American public hut one month,
is t uly astonihliing. Hundraus of certificates havu poured ia on
the agent from ullquarters.
The fallowing is a fair sample. Need more be said toaa mtelli
Dr Guion?DearSir? According to your advice, I used one Bottle
of" Abernethy'a Comiionnd Liquuriee Couch Mixture;" it has en
tirely cured me of the very severe co d ana hackirg aough which I
then had. Gratefully and tiuly yours,
Signed, B. HOWE.
New York, Nov.l6,lS3?.
Dr. E. M. Guion?Sir?I comply with the reouestofmy family
and my own grateful feeling* i'i cortifying to the pvrfect auaceas
with which 1 anil several of my fami'iy have used " Aburiietky'a
Compound Liquorice Coagh Mixture."
Signed, JOHN INWRIGHT.
New York,Nor. H,183?.
GUION'S Celebrntod Worm Drops, already known aa a Specific
for this aeourge to the young, ia particulurlv calculated to addrtaa
itself to the minds ol all mothers, whose infants are suffering from
this dreadful disease ; as its merits are alieady establialied by fre
quent testimonial* in poaaesRionol tbe proprietory trial of 1 Bottle
will convince tlw most *cepticnl.
GUION'S Universul Fluster, estaMished as aa infatldile remedy
for Coma, the moat painful; alao. for old sore* end chilblains of
longstanding, is an article ofvreat merit aa hundreds will testify.
Likewise, for sale at Underbill'* corner Beak mun and William;
Hupix r'a corner Broadway and Fianklin; and P. Burnet. No. 35
Sixth Avenue. j4-tf
SHINGLEH.and nUdiaeoae* of the skin, cured by (hefetruine
" Thin wardering race, tevcred from Mhcr men,
H u?l yet t|i-ir intciMuiM with human art* i
The *e m.li.e wood*, thedeneri*. whirli thsy haunt,
Find th?Hii acquainted with t'?nr*ccret treasure* ,
And unrejranled herlw, und flower*, and blosaom*,
I).(play undreamt of power* when Rttthored l>y them.7'
Thia Ointment in extensively ii?ed nmonr the Gip ie* of En|
laad at id Ireland, the recipe of wl kb w?i communicated hyoneof
them to n lady who had *hown them m? ho-pitulity and kind
nc**,and who vwi* heraelf for many yearn uftfiatcd with tlm Salt
Klieum. She had tucd va mm renxx'K *. and hud the hint medical
attendance, (h?r lather Items an eminent piiynirian.) hut with httle
or no benefit. Hbeused tho Ointment furi?i*hed her by her Gipsy
fnend, ami wa* entirely and pcrmane lly cured. Thi* lady subse
quently einie tonetilvin America, und communicated the manner
of |irei<arin? tbi* remedy to the piesent proprietor, who waa
afflicted with thi? di*eaiie for many yearn ; ?nd who waa entirely
cured by thia ett'caciou* Ointment. rtince then it ha*been ejten
aively uaed umonr Iter acquaintance and friend*, for tke above
otmplaiul*, and bundi'-d* are ready Uiatte*t efficacy.
Kl~ Thi< Ointment n r>rep? region I y by Mra. C.KHERWOOD,
M Ainon street, New York : whoa-- aiirnatiire will be found on the
lula l pasted ?ii each jar of the Ointment; AU othtriurt counter
f')l Bold also.by/ 15. I). dd, corner of Broadway and Blneckei
street; by Milno A Gamble, cumei of B oadwav and Dey ?tre? t ;
by G. 1). Cuf^uthalt, corner of Pearl and Roa<- atreet : by J. A J.
CoddiiivUKi, 491 Greeas ich street, andby Hull A Bowne, i'<t8 Mai
den Lane. jW-Sm
\1 BDICAL AID.-Dr. GLOVER ia . onuulled confide*
i?l t. illy n* <u j I during lite day and evening Me devote* In
peraonalattentiontoa select Uaiichof tic profession, "here thoee
afflicted with conir luated and deplorable cast*, ?nd such aa have
I milled t h< ? m k 111 of tho inexperienced, a<ay apply with canfidence
-Mwm ar? aiyriaed that Dr. G. haa received a regular mwdi
ical elurati n hi Philadcli hia.and Im- no connection with the ad
IfMlf iiuac k * of the day Office No 9 Ann at. near Brwadway
?Piivate entrance tbrrd dooi ft ?m the American Nunum Lamp
it the inner Moot
I (?leet*. and all disease* of tlie unwary passarv*: ? MORGAN'H
ecltdwted < '(VwrotJNti IIAI.nAMir I'im.nhaveenjoyedMm MMI
id' Mir Astley Cooper, Brurislty Coteer, Dr. Eluotson, ol London ,
l?r Allimtn. Listoo, Lir.nr* ofEilinhurcb and alao of I lie moat sci
entific physician* of thin country lot |r elast fifteen year*, and are
looked N|M>n a* tin- gr. al desideratum *o oflrn attempted, l>ut, prior
to the alaive lime, never discovered They are thu only aafe plea
?ant, mid cfltcaciiMi* retuedy, in present U*a, in all stage* of thoaft
disonleis, ami entirely ohvinte It e making u*e of thnae di*go?luir.
naiin'oii*. and in wane eaaea, hiirbly injura>u* uirdieinea CuhelNi
and Copuiva j the danfi'rou* n?maer|wncea and uurvrtainty of tlie
lat'er are t??i weh kn wnto require comment.
fir A?tlej C<k>j*t'ii remark* at (iuy'a IU-pitnl.pub'<?lied in 'The
Lancat,1 ofStpl 17tli. i tl,la acflniaaJ le-iiwu to ln? |mii?i?. ia
auffirieiit ruarantee of the Inrli cliaracterol Morran'* I'dl*: ?"(?eti
tlmen. Iilarcauy you iiave <d?eivetl tla- womleiful nucce** of Hut
fori Morinn'4 Com|Hiiiiid BaUanuc I'dl*, wlnoh are u?rd here,
(Guy'* lloai'ital.) cxclmively tor urethral duclmrce*. and Mie many
cnmplicati-d alleciion* of tlie urinary ortran*: indevU. M '* re
?curc|i?n (which I recommend to )our notice) on renrto urinary
Amei. ai' llie III Kt c?ui|p|. || li t r|H'iii?"d mid lilt iuchIt ol ri I
Miiiin* i* *n plain that the mereat tyroamonf> t you can (xxnprehend
??? Poraale in New Vork h? J B N?ne?, <51 Broadwaf; J,
Hvnie. (3 Bowery; A I'mle bill, 3N Bwkmitii *t.? eor Willaim.
Milmir A Gamble, in Biortdwav ; H. A Hart, cor llud??n and
<"anal"t* ; A BAD atand*. ax Fulton and Williaai; 8. J. Oa
Iwirn. corncr HimihIoii nml Bowery.
pry"1 Pncetl prrliov,
N B - The fnuine Mwrcan'* Pill* have the Proprietor'* ?ealon
tlw uruler part ol i very Ink. iIi<) i f?
THHk ONLY ( KRTAIS mrdicine ia dr.
II POETTH OONdRRHO^A EUADICATOR-Havtncea
tabli*bed ita fame by it* awn intimate virtue*, Dr. Poett dou* not
e*affera?e when Iw come* Im waid and atate* that over 30.wmi f<m
?itiv e cur?? have lieen made, by the *oleu*eof hi* Meilicme, which
very -tr *iipere?>de* all the eried up no*trum* arid *i**rifica of tlie
day,fund il wny reliance on naxe than una cimiHimcntary letter* le
etiiml in thi* city alune. durmt tli^pn-t mi month*, m auy criteri
oil.then i* hi* I' radicatoi jou'lr errlitleal la thi' r.ame it i* uaually
I called by, DR. POBTT'H HPBCIF1C. Th?" foNowinc U-tter fnan
I a very into Wnewt youne man will apeak well lor itaelr and a* the
Hrtfer ha* fc?warded hi* printed mrrf of addre**, the reli
j anee can be placed in it.
Aurt*t Uth IMi.
fir Paetl?8ir Allow me to compli?nent yoa on your tndy valu
: aide, ami to me tbemily rein?l) I cv?r knew Whenlionaull
I e?l >^in I hinl takeaover vl* different ln.ttle* of different rprr^tc*,
! but with ebarrin do I *ay it withoat any permanent tienelit, an i
' contiilinc my ca?e to my friend .Mr * .1 tHaiirh' from viai threeliot
lie* of ??>ur Erailicator. ;ind aflet fiiinhuir tlte lirtt Imttle, not a ve*
t'*e of my complaint wa* npimrenl. but at your *urite>H??n, I look
? lie oilier twnl??ltlr?, and now it la three month* *inre I ha 1 the
?li*hfe*t*jm|4om,lcon*idermv?' Ifperfectly free fiom ?hedi??ia?e
Believe me, I lo*e no oppjiHinily in rwomrneod nff ytair p<ea?ant
aieilieine Tit* encbt*cd i* *iy name and adrlie**, and *b?ul?l any
i one feel fa?tidt?ai* yon can refcrto me ?rth a di ei< >en*e of *n?titude
I am.* r. your* re*peetfully, W J f ( Morton *t, N. Y.
A?enl* Wlnlnih and retail ly A B A D. Hand*. Carrier Fill
tnnand Willuim *t* , ? rvd retail by J Hyne. comer walker 4. ami
th? Bowery ; H J 0*lw.m, cttrner !lon*lon ?t and the Bowery j J.
n None*, 014 BmadwRy j T. H. Ao*t n.4JCnrnMn?*t; Dr l^>ed?,
c<mier Hoo*eveh and ('beriy *1* ; W. Howell, corner llmwon and
('anal *t* and at the comarofMi Oou?al and (;itarlion *t? Price
#0 cent* per bottle. dlt-tP
|R. (HERHV'H ANTR1MOKJT PI 1*1*S.
Eataldiafafl parely fit* the radiealrwr* af Oleef* and for* con
tinued urethral <ti*. haree* WWIe m-r o/ iwo bw* petRrrly
cure thaae eomplainl*, flwcowtH**? hai invyrrrated U? hi*
next Hi an imp<ia'ibility ft* any reearrenea of thetn^ For * ale
whole*ale and retail hy A B A D ejKner of Fuhoa and
William aft eat* and r ta-l by Milnor A tiamhle eoratrr Dey ?treet
and Broadway J B None*, at I Broadway J Hyme. eomer Raw i
iryand Wail.er *tree? Dr Union.c?ir?c.r?lrand *t?eet and Rswerv
(Inborn*, corner Mou*l' n *Hee'arv? Bowery W H.irweH.
eoraer Ganal and llodwin *tra'I* T R Auatjn. 4ft farm me
dr> et- ?n?! I et? r Huiaet. 10 8i*th Aveaoe, opp*,rfa Amity ttreet
?!JZ alifn-ted with Grawl, are wanun'ed In he e Jed hy
theae P I * R' ?ere ce ta thai effort may t a produced fmm A R
A I) Hand*, i itrm r Fulton and w illia-o ?trner* ,?l ,m
IB?|rAI.MBI.K< rRF, FOR OONOIlRH(eT.
Of.BHTH. AND ALL I IHEAHf H (IF THE URINARl/
PAHHA- EH M('RGAN?COMP()|-Nh BAI.HAMIO PILLS -
These pill < < fter Hie nut H*rrnltle me(h'>d of euro and are
a, km>mlodged Iy all vboliave bad r course <a them t? he the i
only ttM*twrirfhy medicine in the ah.ve cn*e* I beir virtue*
nre too wi?l<r y *prend over evvry eity and to a in tbe Unit d
Mt lie*.'rt reotnre any I numi rati Fo ,n|e whob aaleand retail i
by Me?*r* H i?d?. corner Fulton and Wnlir<m *tre t* and rrUil
hy Militor A tJiimble. cerner Dr y an1 Rio dw?/ J R None*. ?(4 I
Bmndwnv. twr. door* abote R oei ker f H me, corner Bowery
and Walker? W. l!orwc>|l, corner < anal a-d llud*au and Peter
Rnrert, .in ninth Avenue, rf r>o- ite Amily ?treet.
Pric ?. 11 p? r Itot
N IV t h*er?? the p*(tpri<<tor'l "al or tha under yart of each
ii,' jtl lm
^VINDICATION.?Dr. BRANDRETH bu
been availed by the proprietors of ether medicine*,
as a mercenary Quack, because he is said to recom
mend his Medicine in large quantities, and that no
good medicine is so required. The fact is, that any
medicine having Mercury, Arsenic, Antimony, or
Hemlock in it, could not be taken in large doses, be
cause if it were, such medieine would destroy life at
once. He does not Bay the medicines to wluch he al
ludes, have those ingredients in them, but it is evident,
from their directions, that great care is required in the
taking of them. Now, Brandreth'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 this epithet of MERCE
NARY, was a patient of Dr. B.'s for three months,
viz: from May to August, for the Piles, of which dis
ease the Brandreth Pills c? mpletely cured him. This
man now advertises largely a Pill, which he professes
will cure every disease, und especially the one under
which he labored.
I)r. Brandreth appeals to the high estimation his
Pills are held in in all parts of the United States; this
is his best answer to all the vile allusions of mterest
ed persons; whom he leaves to banquet on their own
J^fTHE UTILITY OF PURGATIVE MEM'
CINE is becoming every day more and more mani
fest. Read the following case and reflect thereon.
liveii complaint citredi
Newark, ftrc. 12, r836.
Dr. B. Brandreth,? Rear Sir- Having been afflicted t?>r ten
year* wiili a nmut dreadful liver cemptaint and dio|?i-, and tried
uvery rainady llial could be thought of, I gave up uW nope, went
into the < ountry, led iny buMiness, to *ie in pmcc ; but heurwg of
your invaluable medicine, I wai induced to try it, hoi expertise to
lie any better; to my surprise, I K?t<l scarcely taken one box, lie fore
I felt lei ef. 1 haw sure taken thr-e boxer, und now I tin well,
by lh.- blessing of God, and the use of your medicire. If you tbmk
thin will be any service to let guttering people know this fact, you
me at liberty t* publish the abme.
Your*, with kind respect
(Signed) LEWIS TOMJCINSON.
BEWARE or COUNTERFEITS.
O Che miserable Druggitti.
It is very important that whoever purchases those
Pills, should be careful to have them from the appoint
ed agents, one of whom is in almost every town in the
United States. 1 his is really very important, as there
are so many imitations, that it is almost impossible to
procure the genuine without adopting his rule.
Above all?NEVER get them from Drug Stores, as
under NO CIRCUMSTANCES, are they ever ap
pointed agents ; and it is their hands the counterfeits
are principally in. Therefore never go to such stores,
where bo little honesty is.
The New York Offices for the exclusive sale of the
Brandreth Pills, are:
PRINCIPAL?187 Hudson street.
CENTRAL?1 Spruce street.
BOWERY?276 Bowsry, between Prince & Hous
ton streets. jl2
HUNTER'S RED DltOP.-Thaaks to Dr. Hunter of
Guttenlierg, the venereal disease is disarmed of *H its ttnen.
A ainpke Itottle of thin infallible remedy ig now proved t? be tuiS
cient in the most inveterate rases. The iik dicine it prompt and
dvrisivtf in it.scfccts, and requires hut a tew days, and frequently
but a few hours, to remove every panicle of disua&e from the sys
tem. In its <?pi ration it may be said to act likw loutic, without
any after ill consequences or inconven enfts v. hut ever Both
sexes may use it with perfect safety, without r< gard to ciccam
?t nncrs or situation, *r any respect to diet. Price #1 j>er baule?
warranted to rare in any case. Hold fiily M Nf 30 Division St.,
by J. LKVISON, A pent. All intercourse shall be gUfctl) rosti
dential. The genuine medicines ean be obtained at no other place,
JAMES DRY8DALB, VETERINARY 8URGE0N
late af the comer ofLiberty and Washington *troet?, bus moved
tn Fifth ?lr> el, No. M. near the Bowery, where lie hat ? Vulermaigr
lnftrmary with all it* adjunct*, uicK-dinga fotgo f'.r heme shoeing,
where the work is done ?n the m<??t approved toiea'ific principle*,
hy *ot>er, atsady and obliging men. Honc? lame from corn* or
other ulQirtioui?f the feet w uirunled to (w sound,after beinga hod aa
above. Hi* bor?e shoes received a premium at the two laat Fain
ol the American Insulate.
J AMES DRY8DALE, Vetcr nnry Surgeon.
Price af Shoeing?Foe 4 removes, 87 i cent*? 4 shoe*, tl 75-one
pair liarshoes, $1 75. _ j9-8m*
lOUTOR CAKHKS TICK'S PECK-BLIP DUPE SKA KY
' No. 4, Peck-SJip, ir*t door below Pearl street, (lata Dr
D?)( tor Carpenter having had the advantage* 01 a regular medi
cal education,and havinf receivedhia Diploma far the proatice of
Phytic and Surgery, from the New y*rk State Medical 8?
eiety. and havuif baa twenty-three yaara, genctal and very tuc
eeiaful practice inthi* city, devote*hi* persoral and undivided
attention tu the care of all diaeaaea, incident to frail hMmajiity,
and particularly to a certaincin** or train of diseases fur which sa
many no?tnira* and plan* of medicine, abownd i? t/.e colunib* a?
the newspaper*. Disease* requite to lie treated agreeably to the
lymptom* that may prevail.and the various stsgv* and ebaitfaa
ncy may miuBir-and hence the lea*t lalieetion must satisfy any
iliescrning mind that n? specific nostrum can be applicable ta al
e^Cbe axterwive experience of Dr Carpenter,in al I stapesand va
rietiet of this diacaae. enable* him ta offer a speedy mid thorouch
sure and to adopt a class of medicine* 10 arranged and cam
pouuHed as not to offend the taste, or lead to *iiariei?*i. Can*
DoundstotaUy unknown to the ordinaryouack* of the day.
LJF.AIl'S AMERICAN VEGETABLE RE
NOVA I HV(i PILLS.?These Prtla have become *o much
known, and their efficacy *0 wi II established in Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint*. Bilious Affection*. and all disease* arising rum a dis
ordered state of the atomachand bowels, or ofaat ruction* in any of
tlie natural aecietiona, and especially in tliose tx-ctiliar to female*,
mid for Uala'ualeoaliveriess. that it is deemed only neceasary to say
Hint titer are for sale at the office.4| Ann street, and by R. Leak
wood, 411 Broadway ; A. Blakely, 943 Hudson *t ; J. G. Sliaw.
UO Btfwtrry : W. Himonaon, <5 Pulton stieet; N. B. Graham, t?
Nassau st; J. H. Mart, turner Bnsadway and Chamber, rfndcomer
Hadson and North Moore street*; B Quuckenbush. 7M GreenwkJ*
street; X Dinman, 145 Eighth Avenue; G. W. I iuhruse,7l East
Broadway .ABA I) Hands, lie Pulton street , J. Mdhun, 183
Re Midway ; ami Hull A Brown, 188 Maiden Lane In Newark, by
Wtilmin Tut tie. At Albany, by Carr 4t Vandrnbiirgh, ?nd W. A.
\T burton. In Troy, by Fasset! & Helden in Si kenettady, by H.
Fuller. For sale, aUo, m most of the prineip . I pkee* in tbia and
many other of the >tale*.
BR0P8Y CURED.- In the month of Mnylast. Mr* Robtana
was taken lick with n vie'ent inflammation alaiKt her breast, at
tended with a cough and fi ver. She had go, d medical attendance,
hut continued to grow worse uruil her lituatain became alarming.
The inflammation and cough finally abated, hut drni sy *ui ceedesi
Her laidyand limbs became mm It * wolhn, attended with great de
bility and aevere i*ms Scarce any ho\ie? of her n oovery wereen
tertuined At this lime Dr. Hears was ivilled tosee lor, and at
tended 111*111 h<-r In a few day*, his msdteim had u very p?wcrful
and snlul.iry eltert,in reducing hiTs welltngs ntul ri ln ving her pain*.
Her health *o?i?t bveun to am ? ml, uimI i 1 ten dn>'??li? was abi* R>.
walk aliout tt e h<iu*?. and continued t<i gain mititslir ha* baen en
tirely relieie I from every appearance of dropsieil nfteilion, mid her
healtbotheiwise mu?;himi>roved, JAM EH BOBBINS,
? F7th strict, noar tth Avcnu?.
New York, October 26th, 1A38.
Person* wi-hmg to mnke imiuirirt la recarl to Mis Bobl-wia'
rasa, are at libert v to c*ll tm lier. or an M * llinaiita. 14^ Ctfhth
Avenue, who ha*had some knowit-dffti of the ease, and who hais
received evsentisllHin# fit herself in * pulmonary ufleclsoa uf maajr
yearsstandntg, font Dr. Sear'* traatmeiiL
I ANGINA PECTORIS.?Dt Sear* would most r^pe^tfully ob
serve. that aiO'Htg the numerous appliaatiotis msUe to htm in pal
moaa'y ami <irop*ical ?fle? tarns, he lias hntl many ea?e* of this oh
?cn'f sod 'Ungeious disease" Angina Pertmis." Prnem: autqect
to it hav.- cam-rally the appearand of i iifiyiitg g<*id health, and
not buiitg a wii re of its fatal tendency, api ly no remedy, until, "larm
a?l by it*death-like paroiy nis, they ai?ely loo tat?. 1 In* disease
i* bo doubt Ihecansc al'moai of the suddrnilealhs which frequent
ly oeeur. a?d are ib-nowtnaled "the visitation o1' God. ' It* r im
minent and churarti nstic symptoai* are nn unpleasant sensalian
at thr sienuim bres*t latne. rnmmonly al the lower i<art of it, at -
tended wi'h pai- *al*Mil H e brenat.and miw imilirtiiariy ataot the
left sale arid region of the hesrl, extending often to tfcr shoulder
bladas.i-*|ieri>dlr the left, timl often aflii-smg thr left arm Tboae
suhwrt in it are aaai*tim'* awakened with * sen<e of suffimflM
or iltlfi ultv o: l<raalhing. and generally experience a ?Wirtni-a* of
brenlh, and ?ometnn?s a pelapi'alion of the h> art.o ? walkii gfaat
wlierein is asc?-nd ng.or against the wind, or tip * fight of slaira.
Tlw'sc *j m|i((Hisare not constant, and the person oftea enjoys good
health, except during its paroxyaw*. w hich al fir?t ilo t ot freipient
lyoenir. bat which be.-tMN* atnr<? fre?iu, nt. a'letxl.d with pe
culiar and alamita# se sa'irMis and often pmvifg ?uihh'nly fatal
whenai?iiareiiljy goodl?e?|ih i* enjayrd. Havingpai't mm*h atten
tion to the treatment effhis disra^, * d hxd soncMleisUe expert
enceinit, hawoald invit.- thos*si<b/ec| to-n or w ho al limes expe?
rieeee tl>e aen*alions above dcaerilatj, to call on htm nt hi* office.
4 J Ann street, and make sue> rn>]iinic* ss may ?ati?l'? them
CanTiPirAT*.?The snbiaet of lhai *rticle, altlvaich having tha
a^liearanceof enmyinggoml IkmiIi It had fiir two fearaor more been
muchaffected with ve-y nnpleos*nt sensattoi s about tU heart.at
tend<Hl with a ?ettse of fullnes* at the loft ?H|e. and often nerving or
darluig jiiiins. effecting the ahotikler and left arm anr *nn etimra
the 191*0 IrK'ieasedexrrlmnor m nt a I et<-j rmrnt ?o*H increase
tliest* unpleasant symptoms anil otlen produce alannmg fnsations.
He applied to [Kielor Hears aad umW hi* tr-atmei t ha* experi
enced great subcl. Rafare^ce can lie bad at his ofice, 4( Ann
I Certificate of Mr Mnnth Dly, of the firm af Bart'ett ami irfy. T
For many ytsrs I h tve lie?>ri subject 10 ? bilious affwtien. which'
rernlerni ap| licatii n* to nhysician* frequently nece??arr Having
lieen lone acipiturifed with Dr Hears. I l?av? since bis e<iahbrhme?t
111 this city nt pli?<d ta h m for a?ivice ar d inedi'-inn when needed,
and have alwaya been *? isfied with bis treatment. Du ing tlw
c<wnmcncrme>.t of l.%at *rring, I kad a severe bilimts attack. accom
panied with an tnflamn ntion of my langs anil rough. ?>r Seam
al? nded upon me. and under hi* trealrmnt ih> ir(1? -.mation and
?oagb sub-ided, and mi heiltb was restored. I have the fulleat
rrmfWIene" m his ability and sk II in his pmfe?*i<m. Pcr*im* wiah
ing ta make any emiairiesara at bberty to call oe ran. at 71 Fullon
?treet. SMITH ET.Y.
New Y.nk. November 1st. 1834. lj.m .ira
OCTOR H AHVK |.?,leresident Hurgivm to Guy'a
llpsptlal. Ixmibm. iofotm* ?o afTln ted wi?h ife* veneml
diaea*e. in all its vnooe* h^ms, t l, orrham, Gleet.Hlric ure, laeha
rnt or sitfipri'sairm of Urine, fnflii 7i*lt'jti of the testes, likewise tha
destructive stages of lues sure Ihrnat, mules phagedenla Ulcer*
set! Mereminl emrti'ina Ih Harvey's peculiar treatment, when
followed fur the spec* of n?e wrv<k. never fail* to?nLv?*t the moat
appalliu* *t?ges in whielttbis destri.-slive ntabt ly dtsplsys ilaelf.
He wishes ;tlso to intimaleto the alrirte , that bei< no Rmpyriea
bat caa produce M*dlt>lomn I mm tlie ?tovnl CoNeaa of ?urgeniM,
r^mcbm, anthoriain* Imu to prsctica. iiml abiotextimnsiials oertlfy
ingof Ins having acquired his professional knowb lge in Ua> firn
me''*cal selioidain Kum?>e.
Doctor Hanrt-y'* Office, 5 Division st. .n Ciwtham *<wia
wlw-re be can be consulted at an honra nW-y
.I*. HAMILTON, A ?urg?on nf |..t ,? ?.?Ming, and a
pnpdnf least tits first eoileres (tor anatomy and Hie tl^ory
and prastice of pbysir *nd surgery) in Europe, has irmvcl taM
the Hieise No IW Jnhn slreel, at ihn comer of Pearl street,
where he may lie consulted on ever dinease tneidenla) to human
nature temm n ?r uncommon, drbcite or indeVaie. The moat
(?esperat - veneml casea cured in from two lo nine tlnya. Sore* of
avaryot|"^,'^!*' riP',oa in a time proportioned to their state and na
ture. Attestdaar atallhaurt. ml tl