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[for ihr*M?rniii< HeraM.] To Cornelia. Delicious rose!? itself replete Will) fragrant beauty's mantl'iag sweet, Yet ronnl it iwertfr charms combine Fur 'tww a precious gift of thine. |?erha|w, e'er yet the morning ray Hat! chased the pearly dewsswsy While rurul grace adorned your hrow, Tou plucked it from its teuder l<ough. Among your lock* perhaps \wss twined An emblem of a sjiotless mind, Or laid upon your lissom hare To tie with charms luxuriant there. Then to your cousin's faithful hand You gave it with the sweet command? To let me have it, she ohey'd And sale the charming llower conveyed. Receive my tlisnks, dear yhl for this, Its Muslim;,' leases 1 often kiss. Ami think of you? yet must aver Your own swevt lips I would prefer. E. E. Brooklyn, July lath, 1837. [From the Evening Herald.] The n?t'?ry, No. id? TI?e Widow. Who is there that promenades the Buttery, to inhale the breeze wafted front the broa<l Atlantic's blue aud f)jieii aea," or the more fashionable reason of giving anil receiving admiration, but must have frequently noticed a sweetly interesting, young and beautiful feinnl**. in deep and sorrowful mourning, drooping Ii^?* '? lily "' bashful modesty, amid the gay and varied (lowers id a happy vale ? She sorrows lor u.u loved, ami lost tint in whom was treasured her heart's best joys ; but, alas, ?ruel, relentless fate ? lier's only for flic briel apace ol h few months. Julia (' was one of those highly gifted creatures, on whom is stamped Love s impress ; ray, animated, joyous, as the bounding roe ; possessing Uie beauty of a liouri, to see was to become entranced, enslaved ; and numerous wertt the butterflies of the Fashionable circle iu which the enchanting Julia moved, *? who came but for Friendship, and took away love." Frank B was a young and happy merchant, witli bright and golden prospects, and among the admirers of the syren of attraction, was the most favored ; deeply did he drink of the bewitching fount of love; each day bringing him unalloyed happiness and extacy in the smiles of tin; sweet creature that was destined for his future bride. "Oh, the extacy of hearts in mutual bliss united;" how swiftly flew the halcyon days of court ? ship; and to minds sweetly assimulati:ig, each da_\ brought it- added joy; they were indeed happv, truly happy ? approved hy Uie fair Julia's parents, who look ed witli udmiratioij on their lovely child, and recalled their own days of youthful love, in the pleasure experi enced by that child's chance of days lrke theirs, had been full of the bright joy of peace und comfort, bestow ed on the deserving and virtuous by an Almighty and Miered Power. The young lovers had nothing to blight, or shadow o'er their hopes; and Frank in course of time led to the altar of hiaCtodhis peerless price, of u> him light, life, joy, hope and extacy, lit by the torch of affection and pu rity. Alas! how little do the sublunary creatures of ih'.s world dream, in their devotion, the short space that m allotted for their MTjoyment, and how little, amid their -mutual anticipations for the future, of these beings twain ?f love, dreamt they that a few short mouths would se parate them eternally. " Breathes there a man with aoul so dead,' who can see the blight of early and devo led affection, misery in its piteous and heart rending form, or tttlko f the feelings of those who lour their all of hope and life, and never shed a tear; "shame on that iuan who is ashamed to weep," when sorrows like these tnppose his path of life. Frank, although a husband, ever retained the delicate tde votion of the lover ; life indeed for hiin had nochariris unless enjoyed with the constant and devoted Julia. ? "? Love's voting dream" floated nightly around their ?frearnsof pleasure, and the loveliness of his beauteous bride grew more lovely when the shadow of remem brance floated around it; the increase of married bliss accumulated a-iddays of enthusiasm uud fond anticipa tions were theirs; a world of intellect displayed itself ; their earthly happiness was indeed complete. Julia ?was all that heaven could give to man, and Frank n j ?creature of (?od's noblest creation, devoted only to love | and Julia; with them, feeling ami affection was coeval ?with existence ; and the happy hu?band fell that the best i hind gift of liea ven was his, and thought of his Julia on- [ Jy as a being of " eternal brightness, purity and truth." ) J-Ie had indeed nothing to wish for; friends, happiness, | ami fortune called him their lard, ami his own "bright and beautiful," whose smile wusever wont to greet the Umd and doting husband, the tender partner of nit his ' hopes and fears, the sweet reality 4 if youthful visions, and young romunce, wi?? It in ? deeply liml he looked in lier fieart's paradise, and caught its early beauty. The he<-tic Audi ef disease hul scarce minikd on the anmnlv cheek of the doomed husband, ere ihe watrliful fears of hi* devoted wife w?? breathed in tender ?ioubts ? tl?e midnight cough, affrigisini: haAiugfr ? the thousand alarm* airctlM spenk* ? K>l?i to tin- tender partner of hi* "weal ami w<?e" the heart rending se cret. Al.it ? ho heeled not ? in straia* of |?la vful tender ijfin be mocked her feir*. or huclifil at her fancies, ami strove in vain to quell her jealous doubt* ; <till the Sathering t>ri >- |>ecta of 'import <lire,' those first affections. Mise aha towy recollection*. haunted the bosom ol this 501^ ud tender btint!, taUiog th? mutual passion that existed only to msgnify love, in the j?y el living for him alone. Fata had Otherwise ordained it, and the linppy, gray, and prosperous husband. soon sunk l>eoeatn the ; aickening and devastating fiend, consumption. The wea ried watching* of his young heart's affriiion, tewied on ly to add sorrow to hi* mournful couch. Friends, j?? rent*. all that made lifr dear ia snddwai and distress, vi- ! aited the huplesa and sinking sufferer. Hope never shed its halo around his chamber; and deep to him was in deed the homunstliroe tliat told liim 1h ib-um leave to buf fiat life's stormy path* ef good ami ill? the fond creation ??f his blighted hopes ; the all of life In ever could boast ??f ; the pale and attenuated form of the patient sufferer ilay by day nttik 1 nt; to tin' bourne of joy <n grief beyond the gr* *s?<imid br hut too piiinfully diaoernedby the constant watcher of Me pallid form; and hourly did the baples* wife bedew, with tears of burning fcrief. his re*t Jea* bed, and hear hiin, m his unrefteshin^ slumber*, hreathe the name ? that talisman of his c1umi<i; existence, and that only life's departure would era*- from his heart. Him yon ever eentle render watched the beautiful and bright of creation tendinir the ewKh of?ukncss ? marked the wary care? the thoughtful fondness that can read the muttered wish of the sunken invalid. Have you witnessed the hand of beauty, cv? stretch ed forth to adminsitf* all thn* "heaven-born purify" exmld dictate, and that on<? a kind, fdlectior.atu and fa.tliful wife? without a ray <4 hope to whisper conso lation, or breathe a thought that the morrow may not he the last of eii'tence to tb? offli led aufierer ! all this was the lovely, and anon to be the /one/y Julia ? the portion of her heart and cheire ? the sols link that 1 ?Mide life desirable, day by bav, waa sinking te the j grave? the common home of all. Too soon the fated moment arrived? Frank's laat loefc waa on thefale and anxious face of all his soul bdd dear on en*:h. and hta last sigh breathed sweetly iarth the nantea ef Jdb and of heaven. The wings of time fluttcredfor weeks and fhesarrad mourner knew no comfort. Life to her was bereft ?f Hi charms, ami tammy's faithful war owl of "dsva Jong vanished" not* ceased to cause the pearly tears to ?hs*e < ?ch other down her sunken cheek. the only re roaming solace to her breaking heart. Months have now gone by, since that iwanly ltosom -weased to l>e*t bat the l>ereaved Julia has ma retrained the cheek * wonted bloom, and a smile is *-arce ever ?**n tr> play around her still beautiful ami dimpled wheek. Hhrt maurna in secret. Mo second lort will ever he concealed within that fbhhfal bos,**. None other ?an ever replace the image of bin, who wa* to her a pn T*m. friend, ami husband. In bo,,, hapless widow lo?.k* fcirw a rd . Although yonne and extremely beauti fbl. possessing sfl the scctmiplisbmenu that emi aedare and give to life enjoyment and admiration. fur her they posses* no charms. The grave in to her all, a* brine the portal that leads to blias, in tl>? re union with her first and only love. A curious instance of prolonged somnolency or Emded eouseioiisness, is related in the Isst Hchoharie ??publican, which approximates in kind, if n<* In dura timi, the case of Hip Vsn Winkle A Mrs. Hydney.li ving near thai villatre, fell aaleep in her chair s?mn after a** on the isth ultimo, waa carried to bed, it being found impossible to wake her, where she slept sound I v sml quietly until the S4th. when, for the first time, she s,> pes red to notice what wss passing During this time, aix days, she took no food ?* ATTmACTio* Kit asoapi want ?The proprietor of M,rum advertises that a man who wa. jrecentfrexecated near that city he(,t?,th^ hi. body to u ^ ,U' h- 'hecrim 1 y* tiiia* r"Mi3r fc,r Pub,4c in t)u> Fashions* Travelling.? He then proceed ed to fulfil his engagement with Lord Abercorn, whom lie encountered travelling in a peculiar style between Carlisle and Longtown. The ladies of the family and the household occupied four or five carriages, all drawn by the Marquis's own horses, while the noble Lord himself brought up the tear mounted on a small pony, but dccorated over his riding dress wiih the rib bon and the star of the G.irter. On meeting ilie ca valcade, Scott turned with them, and lie wasnot a lit tle uiKUsed when they reached the village of Lung town, which h^ had ridden through an hour or two ? LI-- it,,. re u, nuiuii H?; uau nuuru ? ? - before, with the preparations which he found there made for the dinner of the party. The Marquis 8 "la" jor domo and cook lind ntr.vcd there at nn early hour in the morning, and every thing was now arranged for his reception in the paltry little publ c house, as nearly as possible in the style usual in his own lordly mansions. The ducks ami geese that haJ been dab bling three or four hon* a^oin the village pond were now to make their appcoinnce under nuuibcnebtt dis muses as entrees ; a regular bill ol fare tl'ink&J the no ble Marquis's alloted cover? every huckaback towel in the place had been pressed to do service as a nap kin? ami, that nothing might be wanting to the mi micry of splendor, the landlady's poor remnants of crockery and pewter had been furbished up, and mus tered in" solemn order <>? a crazy old hexuffot, which was to represent a sideboard worthy of Sardanapnlus. I think it worth while to preserve this anecdote, wlitch Sc?tt delighted in telling, as perhaps the last relic of a style of manners now passed away, and ne ver li'.ely to be rwived among us. ? Life >f Sir W. Scott. Novki. TittAL ? S.vi.e ok a Win. ? The Annapolis Gazette contains the report of a trial which took place before a Justice of the Peaee of that city, last week, in which the plaintiff brought h in action for five dollars, which h<' claimed to be due him as the purchase money for his wife, whoin he had sold to the defendant. " ft appeared from disclosures made on the trial, that sometime last week, the plaintiff, Kichard Kirby, sold his wife to the defendant, George Dunn, for five dollars. Nobodv professed to know the mutive that influenced Kirby to make the sale : it muy have been the love of money, or the want of money, or it may have been sole ly to relieve himself from the burthens of niatri:uoiiy ; but certain it is that he did sell his wife for the before mentioned sinn. and that too, without so much as stipu lating nt the time, that it should be paid in gold or sil ver, and not depreciated L>ank paper. Scarcely, however, was the bargain concluded, before Duun, who is a mar ried man, repented of having made it, and begun to hum the old song, which runs ?'Hie vi wife as Willie liaif, I wa<l h i trie a button far tier.'' But it was too late ; there was no backing out ; he had consented to take her, ami the hushaud Imd deter mined that he sIimuM have her. The plaintiff proffered Dunn a bill of sale, and demanded the money, which Dunn refused to plank up, alleging as the reason that he was in jent ? hen he agreed to buy. The excuse was not admitted by th? husband, who, discovering that Dunn was not to be dunned out of the cash, resolved on a resort to the law, which in some cases is found more efficacious than the arguments of individuals, no matter how eloquent or |iersuasive the latter may be. His Ho l.or, the Justice, pronounced judgment against Kirhy, who was thus curbed in his attempt to saddle another man with his wife, and doomed to bear his burthen, however grievous he may find it. He was somewhat disconcerted ky the decision, ami immediately went his way. it inav lie, in quest of another purchaser. With Mr. Dunn it was quite different ; his countenance bright ened, and it was so evident that he was inwardly con gratulating himself that he was not done over that the impression of the s|iectator* is, lie will hereafter be cau tious how b v jrrtu ahont serious matters. The woman is said to lie young and pretty. AvPAI.I.ISO CASE w Y INFANTICIDE. ? Another appal ling case of infatilicidr has recently startle.! and shock ed the people of England. It took place at Fenton, in Staffordshire. The murderer w.is a woman named Celiey. The victims wen- her daughter Ann, aged six years, her son Charles, aged U, aud an infant *>f <i trnrtths Their tin oats were cut with a table knife. She also eut the throats of her two other children, George ar.il Josiah, aged eleven and nine, butthey escaped be for-* she succeeded in inflicting mortal wounds. She Wit her own throat, too, but it was supposed that she would recover. Want, and distress of mind, were the exciting causes that ilrove her to the deed. Her bus band had been reiently dismissed from employment as ajwliomsan. Oak ai. Toli.m, dtc. ? The toll* collected on the State Canals up to the 1st July, amounted to *386,114 15 Daring the first week in July, :il>.7iJl 7rt 'Loinl to ibr close the iir?t week in July, #4at;,ifcir? !? 5 The quantity of tlour an<\ wheat brought to the Hud son river, liv way of the Krie canal. for the Bairn- j?eri eds, in as follow*. viz. Hrla. F'.ottr. Buih. Wheat. C|: to tbe 1st July, 1BH.H8U 3!l.4<1 During the 1st week in July. I '.OOh Total to close of 1st week in July. ltfl,7r?H 39,477 ? Aryua. fiririliK. ? Detadbed portions of a man's knj* wore discovered yesterday in a cluster of cedar* on the farm of Mr. K. H. Krncntiti. about 130 yard* from tin- turn pikt lruliiifi from Ualiwayto Nr# Brunawick. When dWuovcred. tin- linad wan t?n*|?ended by ?i rope uttaehed to dim of tin- tree*. mid part* of the body lay strewed hI ii nit the ground. Xothing wan found in tin- poeketaof lii?. elothes which would identify tin- unfortunate inr'.ivi ? dunl. The maker's name in lua hat, bell crowned .-mil | tbndi.coloivd, wat entirely obliterated ? we could deci pher nothing but " Chatham t-treet, New York. ' His j luur viuk black, and It it? aged supiHMfil to I*; U-twecn :t0 and 40. ami had committed the deed about I mouth* I sinm . Verdict of the jurv of inijue*t, suicide ? ll>ih j S. J. Hrrnhi. Two mfn Bt Kinn ix a MAHi rtT. ? \VY tind in n Parta |Ht|?'r a narriitive of an Accident which happened at llriiulirajf, similar to tin- one which befel a innn nam ed I)nfav? I, itl Lyons* tbe Inst year. The following nre tli? principal facts. Two laborers, otv 1*1 and the other <i- venue old, were cm played at the bottom ofa marl pit which IuhI been worked for twelve yearn, when n sud den crumbling completely filled up tie- opening of the pit. livery liody in the neighlw?rnood hastened to the as?Mitanee of the uiifortuiMte men, the ymng<*t ?f wlttui w as a son of the owner of the property. OE'iier* w?*e sent by U?e (ieneral (.'(Miunaitdant af I the ib'|>nrtiiieia to give tlieir aa?istan?e ?? relieving tli? sufleeers. It w-as not. however, until six deys of a gonj had boen |ia*?< d by them tliat they w?tre relieved. ? They found limt the young u an. He Maid hia comrade had anrtiacd him of (dealing hi* tobacco, la* d wished to kill him. and lull gone back .into another apartment in the pit. Aftor ?<wne search, the other mm wis found seated m* a atone. awaiting hia -Heath. A pitch of snuff administered to him by Dr. Hiadry, restored biio to life. Both were drawinup with tbeinropcr |ireciiutioMa. They are out of danger, and filled witii gr uitude to their deliverers. The young mm remained ? hundred and sixty hours withaut food FkMAI.K J 1?. Kot^jf The Ki'b'notid (Indiana) Pnl ladium fim an arei^jiM of a chill two or th re* years old. having fallen into a well, at Washington, in W;ayne county. 1* fesiideep. ' The spacing between tha curb ing and the psianp sto?lk was from M! to IT* inches, nml the w ater at the Uttiom nl?oiit IH iuek ?a ' A i.' igl l?ir ing woman. Mr*.. Hond. ?W aeendeil th? well and n ?e-jed the child. Wl?< half way up. shi> fitjixl it dilHewk to pain the summit, when a number ??f females held a voting girl down, and thus drew the adventurer and Iter ? harge up in safety. The *hild was i?ly partially i|. f?red. Such sn na>i#Tiaking as this liefer ea more com iwndation than all th? honor* that can l>e .derived Iron, fwtic or wealth. C'? *\oif?u Sitnrs ?A few <lays back t\u friah Issu er went to buy a pairal' shiws and at the same time ask?-4 .the shoemaker if he cou4d tell him whut would prevent them going down on the sides T Th? sho?-ma ker said the only way to preveitt it was to change them every worning'. Pat left the aho^i alter pun hi??:ng a pair, and the following morning nrturned : a?ked for a pair of dnw's. tried them on, an<l (leaving the i?air he iKiught the day before) was proceeding out of the whop, without further n^ticc, when the nlMK-iraker called to him to know what lie was doing, telling him at the name time that lie Imd forgotten to pay for the shorn lie had just bought. " And is it what I am doing, you ask ? am 1 not doing what yon told n.e yesterday, changing tnv shoes every morning f" Drsr HkkkrtT, ? I see >on have been to llellga a ami henrd a voice asking lor Doctor Brownlee ; man. did yon not know it was the Dwctor himself, again, honey . hut tirst cull ?u Bishop Duboia for "St. Pejer's Key*, take a |ieep in, a?d see what the Doctor and Mnria will hring out ne*t. Dear Hennett, I am shut up in a " boarding schiMtl," where 1 verily believe I shall lose the use of my liini>a and the use of iny tongue, Ma dam inspeela all our lettera, she didn't get a peep at this. Our chitfeaereise is walking; we march straight ahead with the unbending strictneaa of Queen Eliza beth ; planty mud hole., but no Walter Raleigh. Am a, nf Amos street. HmtfmmmM Typographical Society. T? Jmurnrymcn PrmUrt tkreugkout tkt Umttd Stmt m %JT N?tice it hereby given, that tin- Delegate* composing the above Institution, will bold their fir?t meeting ia the City of New-York, on the first Moudav of September next, (1837.) Kroui information already received frota various parts of the country, the undersigned cannot but express his treat gratifica tion at the cheering prospect atfnrded, of the Profession l?eing generally represented. Our bretbreu are alive to the subject in New Orleans, Mobile, Natchez, Nashville, Lexington, (Ky.) Jackson, (Missouri.) Washington, D. C., Hurrisburg, renn.. Cincinnati, Ohio, Kicl.inond. V a., Baltimore, Philadelphia and New-York, I'roiu all of whic h places delegates will be present, and no doubt from many others, ef which, as yet, no advices have come to hand. It is earn, ally hoped that a mailer ef so much importance to the Craft, will not be neglected m,y c''5r; ,ovk" "T village of tlie land, hut that the east, the west, the north and the south will cordiully jain in the praiseworthy effort to bind together the intaresU und feelings, ami eh vale the character ami standing of the protection. CIIAKLES A. DAVIS, Co r. Sec. N. H. The several Societies of Printers throughout the Counfy, as well as ihe different Chapels or individuals where llo Societies are formed, are respectfully requested to give the ilmt m (inch publicity a possible. jy'u iaw-3w * i)us?]ia tiilluii'N <? etebratvd Patent Klou grated .lletallle Hen." JOSEPH (?Il<l<OTT begs to inform tlie publie, that be is constantly receiving from his manufactory, in Birming ham, a regular supply ol his most approved Metallic Pens. ? The stock on hand offers the best assortment in the United States, and of warranted good quality ? amongst which may be found his ?' Patent Magnum Bonum Commercial Pen," " Original Patent Slip Pew," "Original Patent Lr.diei' Pen," " Double Damascus Barrel," " Lunars," " Peruvian," "New Yoik Fountain, " and " Damascus Pens," put up in a variety o styles ? \ iz..: on cards of one dozen each, with rosewood and al biita holders ; in boxes of one dozen each, with holders; in mo rocco cases, shell lioxes ai;d morocco cards. " Aibata Everpoint, and Pen ami Everpoint Pencils." CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC. From the well merited and universal celebity of the above Pens, us attested by the w hole mercantile community in Europe andtlie United States, several unprincipled makers hiive endea vored to impose up? n the public, by a spurious imitation, pur porting to lie the original " Joseph (Jillott's Patent," but which are ulteily worthier*, and entirely destitute of those qualities requisite to fine writing, w hich Lave established such an unpa ralled 4emand for the original pen, in every country where it is known ! ! The public are hereby cautioned to be upon their guard against these counterfeits ; they may lie readily detected by their unfinished appearance, and by ihe inferior style in which they are sent into the market, in their attempt to uiipose upon tlie nnwary Each gross of the genuine ?en is enveloped in a neatly print ed wrapper, descriptive of the article it contains. Further to guard against the fraud, the public will please to observe that the genuine pens bear one of the following marks, always reading from the ] oint ol the pen: Joseph Joseph Joseph Oillott's (Jillott's Oillott Patent. Warranted. Maker. The above may lie liml at hi* Warehouse, No. 1*9 Beekman sirhet, one door below Pearl, New York. jyll-3ni lAV KM)N ITCH. SALT HHEUM, ?fc niNG J >V OHM?" Gibney's Teller ;iri<l Ring ?orm Destroyer." In 110 instance litis tK is medicine failed to cure the above named disease*, and all other disease* of the skin; nor will it fail ii used according to directions. The diseases of the skin i niln ace a variety of forms ? with red, chippy, or wrinkled, cracked, roueli or scaly appearance, and patches of various shapes and -iTcs, which may receive a speedy and permanent cure, at ? tt illuig expense, as thousands in ih is city can testify. It is a pleasant and sal)* wash, and may be applied to the most delicate int'a -t. No precaution* are ne '.es'nry. Wholesale and retail, by J- hn On. hank, general agent, at drug sto-e IW) Ful ton street, corner of William; at Messrs. Mow, 492 Grand si : 1 14 Canui >t.; 85 Sixth avenue; corner of Bowery and Grand cori.er oi Hicks and Pulton streets. Brooklyn; at Trevet's, Pouehkeepsic; Kawls ii. Co. Albany, N. V.; at J. A. Wads worth and Batch's drug stores, Provideuce, tt. L 4tc. lie. jy 21 lmis* Pl|f? Jit I'llikSI-Mi CURE NO PAY. ? DR. 'MIL TIMOR E'S LINIMENT FOR THK PILES, war ranted to cure the most inveterate cases, of however long siandinf. To Agents ?If this Liniment fails to effect a cure, you are authorised to r* fund the price by the bottle being returned, with ? certificate of the failure. The subscribers have now the satisfaction of s Bering to the public the above i emedy for this painful disease, w h'lch is not only a great annoyance and very oistressing, but also an origi nal cause or aggravation of many other complaint*. The Li niment has been prescril?ed by many eminent physicians, and by persons ?i the first respectability, with uniform success, as their certificates, now in our possession, certify beyond all doubt. This may certify that I have recommended about twenty persons, who were afHict>'d * ith the piles, to apply J. R. Mil liimre's Liniairent for ilie Piles, and it has ejected a perma nent cure in every ca?e. I consider it the most impertatil madicine ever offered to the public, a* I never knew it fail to effect a iietinaiienl cure, when applied in the most inveterate cases. JOHN NASH. Middleburv, O. Aug. ?'J 5. Mr. J. It. iVfltiinore: Dear Kir ? flavin/ med your Lini ment for the Piles, in a number of cases, I can recommend it with the fullest confidence Yours, with respect, J. S. CLEAVLAND. M. D. 5 T Addiv-v, free of expense, J. O KAY, New York, where more pert icu bit informal ion may !??? obtained of the utility of this mot valuable retn< dv, or Vegetable Prejiaration. For sale wholesale and r< tail by J. O. FAY, at Drug Store, I No. lint Ku'ton street, cor. William; r' No. lf>3 Broadway, cor. j I>ey >t.; No. 114 Canal sr.; at drugstore corner of Bowery and : Cncd at. ami MMBtb A venae. jyil imis* Visi'ffico CVKDS Villi UN! t*HDh.-ln plain writing, the Italian and fancy hands, printed on PO> j LISIIED GERMAN PORCELAIN CARD, may be procured at the corner of Maiden lane and Broadway, at Stout's EN OKAYING ESTABLISHMENT, where specimen books may lie seen. Also ? SILVEIl PLATED DOOKk NUMBER PHTES the plating of w liicli Is unuauaily thick, the silver being eiprrn ly rolled lor tin.* advertiser. MERCHANTS COMMISSION CARDS, rxj-outed with dtatinetneas ami taste. LETTER STAMPS, CONSULAR AND NOTARIAL SEALS. BRASS DOOR PLATES AND KNOCKERS, with haked jet black edges, enamelled, and capable of receiving the high est polish. mv2l-3m* JA M k h dITyhd a I. firv ktk.hinahy k(Jh GEON, No. gB Fifth street, reteras thanai M Ins patrons for ' their lil-eral encouragement hitherto, ami hopes lie will merit a , continuance of the MM, The |m|M Amateur, who has got his lioroes lame bv shoeing or other causes, would do well | to call athiaplace lielore diapmlmr nf them ??> Milam ; for one . application of bis superior principles of shoeing lias cured hun dreds ?l horses of lone stan<hng lameness tliat were dermed is j curable. He offers to convince any one that may be sceptical of l?is abilities by good reference, or occulardnnonsiralton, and f let work bear witness, N. B. II i* I torse ?|ioe* received a premium at the last two Fairs of the American Institute. Diseased h?rses received at hisE<|uine In'.rnnu v, where they wiil be trenteil on the most approved principles, as e?tal?li.!ieil by the European Veterina ry ScIkkiI*.- Remeudier No. an Fifth street, near the Bowery, with l lie ?kelet"n#l a liorse over the pate. Sitrned, JAM KS DRYSDALE, j je24-lm* tiradualeof' the K SmlitirL'li Veterinary School ffHt THOLLO 1*1 VI), er Travelling Gentleman m 1 America i A Satire. By Nil Admiral, Ksq. ? ?'This is a w ell designed ami hippily executed satire upon the recent Bri tish travellers .in Uie United Stales. It is a ip aid humored and lne!y exhibition of the folly and Ignorance which characterises so many ofllie iourualsof foreign tourists. Hall, Hamilton, Fid ler. the great Trollope, and the li l lie Trollop** all come in for a share, anil are pretty fairly paid nil'." Al-o, recently published, TIIE OLD MAIDS, their Varie ties Characters, Conditions, ' c., by the author of "Plebians and Piitri-ans,** "OW Bachelors," i sc. "This is an ainusinL' volume, and written in an agreeable vein." Pnblisliesl ami for sale hy )y2i C. SHKPARD. 3R2 Broadway III All! MOAK V I? Iftmrte Mela lor ca?li al wholesale IV prices, (first floor.) No. 933 Broadway, corner of Anthony street A g"od silk llat, black or drab, at 92 Sn ? lo. do. nrst quality. extra superior IN The " Ne Plus t'llra," slain nap. 3 M Youth's llata, 1 75 Fine ? kite plain hats. 3 OA Fme black di . do. 3M Manufactured in tlie verv Sen manner for the city retnU. Hflmlisslr orders respectfully IN Idled. Jy7-Sm* J. ST Kir ART, 338 Broedwey. IJKNTISTKY. T.1ETHyE DIPERRON, (mm Paris, H,tely arrived I in New Ym-k, respectfully inlimMs ihe puldir tnat he In le?>ft? to lollow Ms profession in all its branebes. For the con v^ ieitee ot tf,????- persons who will favor him with their confi dence, M. D. will attend at their res.ilence, H" they will do him Ihe lsv?r to address b:m a note at his domicil. No. 547 Pearl st., near . Rroedwey, naming their street ami numtier jett-lm* THK KYEi DR. KLLIOTTi Oenliat, Pnifesaorof Anntnmv anddla esises 1,1 the Human Rye.? From 12 years undlvkted at tentios. uhI constant study, under tlie raise celebrated Oenhsts in F.ur<s;>e, ami one of the liest in America ? Pmfeswir Smith. ?>f tl>e MeA. al College of Oli.o ? w ?th the moat extensive and aoc ceaslul practice in the Union. Dr. E. assens with confidence, that he < an cure the moat dangerous and cmnic diseases af the Eye, will*, ut an operation, ev ept in cases sf blindness, wben he mwrates. fr?r Cataract, Corectomis and Entroniem. SrEtJTAt'LES? Dr. E.'s pat Iiesuiiful, transparent, me dium f<fwrta le Glasaes, having I lie pesuliar property of keep ing the eve perfectly cool, gr int immediste and permanent ea.e, and Kt tW same time salt every age, without the necessity of rhange. Dr. a. wdl tslmaelf a<|just the glasses, to snH the eartleelar *ef?>ct Dr. E begs la/tate that he attends to disemes of the ly nail imrierreciisiMS of the vision only. t T Office *B Bcoedway. Private entrance in Dnene ?. p.?--?-y _ TOOTH AC IIKI T<M?T?lt(lir,l TO THE TOOTHACHE. Corse tspoti thy ve*mii'?! siainr That shnets my tortured gums slang, An thra" mg earsgies many a twang, W i' knassMg vengeance ; Tearing m?r *erves wi' bitter pane, Like raihtngangiara.? Hum*. DH BRAEAHT ifitl tlDOKTAI.niC LI* QITEf'R, having l>es? long established, ami generally 3'prviveil and rrcomnie?ded try all I hat have naed it -Tmmlreds wliom hevv saved the exbefbitant charges ?( denthns, and have I teen a /*> to nmstieate their ftw>d, and ei\|oy the luiuries of a perfect vt n< teeth. It Is a purely vegetable liquid, ami In no case can it possibly Injure the other teeth. For sale, a Iclesale and nHail, hy Mesws. Bends, corner of Fallon and William streets) Mllnor and GambJe, corner of Dry and Bmad iv ay i R. D. Ilart, 4W Brrmdway i and retail by w. Fnrbes, IMA rearl street, corner of Cttas; J. B. Nooes, 644 Broadway; W. Ilowill, corner of Caeal and Ifmlsoni T. R. Austin, 45 Car mine street t slid Burnet's New York Chemical Hell, M Sixth Avenue. Price W eemi per I \ It, CARPENTRRi No. 4 Pack SUp, noatinuea Ie4a ? 9 vote his undivided personal att? niion la the cure of all daji cate or ptivoiediseaax. whether recent ar of laaastandiafl. Dr. l ?r? nlit, heentiaie of the New Y<?rfc ft' at; Mrdical Haawtf, 'at* Saras -a of 49 nensst U *. Armp. and mr M vara a me ti'laiar afihis rily Sefimate ofdees thn privacy ofpalts ' Che tes reasonahfa and all I?i?i|<ivia|e4 nr?T D R.ISAAC WW ABICia, DENTIST, ha* renamed CmNa 7 Chamber* street, to No. 131 Chanabar*. oppo- j ?i'** Hudson street, unci t*k*? the present opportunity respect fully to thank bin friends for the many favors no long cwilfrrfd on him, and continue* U> practice in all the various branches of | Dentistry. His premium Incorruptible Teeth are of the best quality, a ml kuitaiion of nature, arid retain their color and du rability unimpaired. Ili? full wu are warranted to remain per manent to the guarts without the use of springs or ligature*, on an improved principle not generally known. Any per*on wish ing to be satisfied on the sui^ject can see those who have worn tbem for some years in this ty. Also, Drops, engaged to cure the most violent toothache a few moments, and at the Mike time preserve the tcoti'. As bis practice is muck increasing, DR. QLENNY, a mem ber of the Royal College of Surgeon*, London, and of the New York Medical Society, has Joined him, whose Denial attain n. 'iit* every reliance can be placed in. ARTIFICIAL EYES? Are inserted by Dr. Isaac Francis, which cannot be distinguished from the natural, and will per form every motion of that organ without giving the slightest pain. For an improvement In this art be has received a diplo ma, of which the followii>j^|s J^m"" This Diploma was awarded by tbe American Institute, . In the City of New York, at the late Fair, TO DR. ISAAC FRANCIS, For a fhn? specimen of Artificial Eyes, (An Improvement.) JAM-ES TALLMAGE, President Edwin Williams, Rec. Ser. J . B. Wakfmaw, Cor. Sec. New York, Oct., 1836. IT T CELEBRATED EYE WATER.? Dr. F. respectfully solicits the attention ?f the public to his most extraordinary and efticncioiM Eye Water. It has proved itself a most valuable application in cases of acute and chronic inflammation, afford ing immediate relief. Even eyes diseased for several years it has effected a perfect cure in h few days. r* fhsnm moderate. }el4-2ni U?.. ..AinnUA'h PA'l KM' Vi-U TABLtJC MEDICATED VAPOR BATHS, *09 Bowery. These Hatha arr an improvement on those of Mr. Whitlaw, whose wonderful cures have established the character of the Vapor Batli ax the most powerful auxiliary in medical practice ?ami Dr. Jackson's own practice in almost every variety of disease has heen equally succeMftiL A few of the specific ef fect# of the medicated vapor bath*? to remove the effects of mercury from the system may relieve difficulty of breathing, and hence cure asthma and other diseases of the client and lun^s ? to give strength to the stomach, to the digestive organs, and cure dyspepsia and its consequent disorders; to cure acute aod chronic inflammation ; t? promote the peeling of scrofulous and chronic ulcers, and remove rheumatic pains and feelings from tlie joints; to promote the absorption of dropsical humours; to cur* gout in all its forms in less time than ony other agent hith erto used. Also, all kinds of eruptive diseases, Erysipelas, or St Antho ny's Fire, Salt Rheum, Scrofulous Eruptions, kc. It besides relieves exhaustion and fatigue, raises the spirits, tranquiliies nervous irritation, and increases the appetite. For the truth of these assertions, Di. J. appeals with confi dence to the hundreds who have tested their curative power. These baths are believed to he the only ones in operation in this country under the direction of a regular physician. It is pre per to mention that they bear no resemblance whatever to those employed in the Thompsonian practice. Visitors can have a bath at five minute's notice, from eight o'clock, A. M.. to 11 P. M. A female always in attendance to wait upon la lies at the Bowery. my30y it. 8. SWKET'H CELEBRATED STRENGTH ENING PLASTER. The most valuable remedy for weakness and pain in the side, back, and stomach, and for de bility in the back and loins, from the effect of fractures and dis location of the bones, ever offered to the public. Dr. Sweet, of Franklin, Connecticut, so long distinguished for Bone Set ting, willing to meet the wishes of his friends,? and that the thousands suffering from pains and weaknesses may a\?iil themselves of a remedy, ami diminish the bills of physicians ? has arranged with Mr. B. C. Baxter, of New London, Conn., to manufacture his Strengthening Salve, and supply every city and town in the United States. None genuine witliout the written signature of B. C. BAXTER, agent and joint propri etor. Messrs. Pratt k Ray, druggists, 83 Maiden lane, wholesale agents for the city of New York, and for sale by most of the respectable druggists. Price, 25 cents a roll mSl 6m H. HOUSTON'S BALM OF OILEAD, Con tinues to eiyoy the same reputation that has already heen bestowed upon it by numbers of the afflicted wliohave suffered from dyspepsia, nervous affections, .lebility, loss of appetite, heartburn and all similar complaints. Its virtues cannot be too highly extolled and is fast gaining the reputation that Dr. Solo mon's once ri\ioyed in Europe, invalids cannot find any article to answer the purpose so well, it U put up in large bottles with full directions, $2 each, and sold wholesale and retail by E. M. Galon, cor. Bowery and Grand St. ray 30-y. LUVKh V ANU ADU11KU UY A hit. ? AN EX CELLENT ARTICLE FOR PERSONAL BEAUTY,? Considered as ?n object ever commanding unfeigned admira tion, awakens a natural solicitude for its attainment and preser vation, and the toilet becomes a department both of importance and utility, more especially where discernment preside* in the selection of those appendages which experience has sanctioned. For this purpose, Lady Montague's Compound Chinese Soap, prefer* attention, founded on nearly a century of trial, com bining elegance of preparation with the prominent requisites o safetv ami efficacy. It has obtained extensive patronage as a refresher and susiainer of the complexion, and preserving un impaired an agreeable flexibility, softness, and transparent qua lity of the skin. For sale by A. (Jnderhill, 38 Beekman street, corner of Wil liam; Dr. Jas. II. Hart, comer Bowery and Walker. Price M cents per cake. my2V3m Artificial teeth, without clasps, springs, kc. on the principle of atmospheric pressure, by M. LK VETT, Dentist, 311} Broadway, opposite Masonic HalL The improve ment and distinguishing feature of this method is tlie complete ly effectiug of the essential objects of the ease and security o) tlie supplied teeth in the mouth, wholly without clasps, ligatures springs, or any other similar means. Persons inter ested in this improvement, who are yet unacquainted with its nature and extent, may see by a slight inspection, which is freely offered to tbeui, that the plan is different in principle and results fioni any hitherto practiced in New York, and that the above state ment is strictly and entirely accurate. JhMM* REMOVAL. ? DOCTOR JACKSON has removed ,hi? Medicated V * por Baths from No. 189 to 20!) Bowery, where he has baths ready for visitors at flve minute*' notice, from 8 o'clock, A. M. to II o'clock, P. M. An intelligent female, who has had three rears' experience in the business, in constant at tendance on the ladies' apartment. Genteel furnished apart ments, and hoard, with good nurses, provided for invalids who may wish to put themselves under the medical treatment of Dr. Jacksea and the Medicated Vapor Baths. my 12 y plLEIPlI. KS.-DR. HALE'S Pile Ointment la a poa A itive cure for tlie Piles in three days' time. Sold by J. H. Ilarl, corner of Cl.ainliers street and Broadway; P. Burnett, 35 6th avenue; at the drug store corner ef Bowery and Walker ??reet jylft-lm* ^ AlOtAl'AU llii.A ANI) LKMON ?%RI'P, maiMifactured expressly for soda water ami ft>r family use, and a belter quality cannot be found in this city or elsewhere, by H. GREGORY, at bis Vanilla Cream Candy Manufactory, 131 William sis., between John and Fulton sta. ie9-tf THE PHlLOaOPHFB.l K TONIC AT LAMP I DISCOVERED!? Dr. POETTS celebrated "S|?eciflc Mixture," has never failed to cure ***** gravel, and seminal weakness. So satisfied of its wonderful efficacy is Dr. Poett, that he would not hesitate to forfeit fionn in any failure. The Increasing demand for Poett's Specific, in this city, as well a* In Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Providence, and New Orleans, is the liest proof of its worth. New York Agents? A. B k D. Sands, 100 Fulton street; J. Syme, conrer Bowery and Walker; W. Ilorwill, corner Ca nal and Hudson. Price fl. jyl-3m Doctor carpenter's peck slip i>ihpknmak? , 4 Na. Peek Hln>, first d.M.rU lew Pi art *tie< t, (lata Dr. An ders<>n's.) . Iinc.tor Carpenter having had the advantages of a retula' medi eal education, and ha?ing rrrx iv? d his Diploma for I be practice c/ Physic. and Sugrrr, from the New Yoik Mate Medical Society and hiving ha I twent* tl*<ey<ars, gimial "'Hi verjr HNMM practice in this cd?,rf<voti s hisiiweal and undivided atteotio* to i he cure of all diseases incident to frail humanity, and psihra larijr to a certain MKMlrM (f I'wcair ?i< i*hich*0msii|rnos trun.s snd |>laas ?t nwdicine, sl.ound in the rn.uraps o In ? news papet*. Dieeasee require to he treated agreeably to the sjrmiAons Ihut mar prevail, a nd ti i vi.ooiis .In*. ? ant rl imgr* th'jr mi iv as sume? and Im me the lees inflection must s?ti*f) any disceiiiini mind tha* no speofic noatrutr e*r lie aptdieahi* tn all ca-ea. The exiensne exp< rien, . of l)r ( ari*ntcr m nil states nn.i vn rieticaol thia disease, ensi les lain to ?Her n spe.-. r anil ibun>u<t cure, and to adopt a class of medicine* sa arranged andnomprsm I ed s? not to offend the La te. or lead to suspicion - nvmpoindi to tn It unknow sin ihe nrdiniwv rr'Tks "f ihe . sr. nrJ* ? DYNPEPHIt ?In its rwM disagreeable forms, is eflectu allv cures by DR MEAD'M ANTI DYSPEPTIC, OR STOMACH PILLS, Qtr only lanNclar ever offered yet to the public from which a radical and permanent cure can be ob tained of all tlmse chronic stales ol derangement of the digrs tivc organs, constituting thai complicated disease termed Dys pepsia. The symptoms characterising Dyspepsia or Indigestion are a long train of tltoae disagreeable sensations commonly called nervous complaints, such as loss of appetite, nansea or sick ness at the stomacb. soil wiaietiuie* vomigng, belch ng up of water f which is sometimes tasteless, but most commonly sour, gnawing pain in the stomach, heartburn, or what It called sour stomach, convenes*, paleness of the countenance, la a r or, low ness of spirits, palpitations of the heart, vertigo or gWdtnesa, ami disturbed sleep. The number of these symptoms varies In different patient*? with some being felt only hi part? while others have even additional ones, equally disagreeable,? soch as severe pains in the head and breast, flatulence or wind on the stomach soil bowels, emaciation, or a wasting? of the wliole body, with great weakness, particularly of the legs. This dis ease has been very accurately described by many medical wri ters? but how little has heen understood, Ihe want of success which attends the general mode of treatment too plainly shows. Let us take one example to illustrate thia assertion. Heartburn or sour stomach, being often s very tronbleaotnc srmpt/wn of this troublesome complaint, the attention was naturally direct ed In search of some article that should have the power of re moving iL Solo by Hull k Browne, 138 Maiden lane; George D. Ongge* sbsll, corner of Pearl ami Rose stat Mibmr k QemWe, comer of Broadway and Bleecker street; and by most ot the druggists throughout the United States. None are genuine without the signature of GEO. SMITH myS 3m _ ACAIIO.-BR. JAt KSON bas added t? Ins Patent Ve getable Medicated Vapor Bath KstaWISiment. at W? Bow ery, genteelly furnislied apartments snd Imerd, with tlie I est of nurses, provided for Invalids who may MB I" pnt tliem selves under bis medical treatment aaS his Mediated Vspour Baths. ___ Pf I Ayf GASIt. IU L?D<Ks AND lOH'ri.t MEN -LADY MOlfr AGO F/? COMPOUND CHI NESE SOAP Is prepared froua beautiful exotics, and warrant ed perfectly Inoocent. It completely eradicates tan, freckle*, pimples, spots, redness, and all cutaneous eruptions; gradually realises a clear sort skin; transforms even ibe most sallow com plexion* IM radiant wtrftewess. importing to it a beautifuljuve nM.rORWAI, srS?V"SrMn"E"NTIHT, and Mwiii lljLfknr uf Nisi l aptilli Tm* A, No. 18*4 Spring A. Ml a/ ?. Dr. C.> charges *ro very moderate, and bleflneorruy. my**" DM: CHMTI ArnilWW JW1UP fte the auaa ?rubatinnteandlMf aanliiwad GImU.uW ?!,. iIm weakne*K*of the urinary paaaagea, prepased wiUmniI merowy cub Ma. tatue Km or capivi. Upwuda of mmm boat. of Uwn truly ttci lleut pills have been sold iu Niw Yaik ftiaoe the last year, ana not a single CMsplaint hat lx on made to aaiogle agent in t ha least detiiaiental to their juat celebuty i oa ike contrary, hundreds that hat! give* up aJJ boiK? of cure, ami (tend of tlmw ii. n away money on medical advise. andswallwwiuf nauceouaaan> dicu ok, injecting. Ac. have returned ami acknowledged them selves not only eurod ?f the dtseaae, bu' their whole noiuitMMf they have stud had unaeigwne a cotiiplelusalutary change, and Cut them .elveaientored to their wanteds rengtband vigor. Whvn a Gnnorib? last* over b womb, the uae 01 Dr. Cherry* Pilla in a few days remove* all the left symptoms which, oniean reaioved.ua alaa too ' many to i heir co?t know, bungs on far years bafHinc the* ?kill of the moatexperi ?wed ; and vs ken tkifl fia* beeu tha case. hun. ietla ol medical I ri.ctit lonris cub eo-rn borate the wonf.erlul tonic and ustrmgent prop, rtiea lluae Bilk poaseaa To those wh? have trw*. Dr Cherry's Astrince?t Pilla. it in unnecessary tosay more, aud tboae who may be sceptical, may udvaiitageoasly andcuielully |>eruselhe following document* whichtullybearout tbe Doctoi'sussemon*. . , , . ?, Lopdon, Jnaess, ifgg, " I have much pleasure ?n subscribing to the efficacy of Dr. C berry'* Astringent Pilla, " as 1 rxperimeiitully trim thtmia up wuroaot 500 r.aiea.and always the same result. viz: peiiect cure. . , ? ? BABINOTOn, Lock Hospital Groavcnor Piute, l.oiu'-oB. The twofollowing have muie recently been receiver tromhiahkr resectable individuula, worthy ol perted re han< e. Philadelphia, June 94, ism. Dr. Cherry? Dear Sir? Ibegyoui accept ai.ee of the tncloat dtat bill, ua u grateful memento for lestoring my health. When I wrote you hi the month of last February, 1 laid my < use before you. siaiing thut labored under a tr.iublei>oine Gleet, and hud clone ao lor mail) two yearii, and that 1 hud travelled. diet ?d, sea bn bed, in fuel every Mentality phytiaian recommended, but still I lost Hrah, ami my relations ti.ought me in a deep decline, and in ntxitau I ^olicite^i a triul of your pills, threw boxes ol which 1 took und since the middle of last March, I have been entirely free from the above eaeivatini; complaint, and am hi a robust slate of health, arid my mic.d is now easy. I need hurdly tosay how happv I should be to give every satisfaction to any person so situated. Dvar.sir.Jyuur's rpspec'lully, SAMUEL L T , Philadelphia. Chatham Stiuurr, July lb, IBM. Di. Cherry - Dear sir : 1 regut extremely tiiat my means ? illaot permit n>e toexpr.ss my grateful tharks in u?u) I could wish. bnt allow i?.e to ray that my case uas one of extu ine hardship, and preyed on my mo d so mui-b, tint t 1 *o:Jd hold on to no situation forany leng'h oftimn. Luckily, when destitute, my brothel arri ved from Albany (whore your Pills lints eflecled a mo>-t hopelean cure, and broiipht n.e two b.-.xiM of your Pills This waa ? April last-- and nince last May. 1 have been a new utm, and aa aoon ua 1 can, (hall give v hut my feelings prompt n.e you ?k ?eivn. I send you t.i y nam* and address, and if my testimony will avail, I willm-at che< rfully give it to any one situated as I w as. J A. W Wholesale and retail by A. B. k D Sam's, 100 Fulton, cor. ?f Wilhamst ; und retail, by Miluor &. Gamble cor Dty.und Broad way ; S J. O*born, cor. Houston and Bowery ; J. B. Nones, M4 Broudway ; l)r Guion.cor. of Grand and Bowfry ; W. Forbea.SH Pearl at. cor. ol Croat ?t. c&. Walker a*d th, B>.wrry ; W. Hor will cor. Canal and Hudson ; T. R. Austin. r'a'mine street ; and Dr. Young, 83 South Fo&rth street, PhilodclphiR. FtM^LK CeiMPLAlA'l br. CVcuy'aPil* air: ctnisMrr ed th?! Bioat efTi'-acious remedy in present uae f r fhe cure of Chlorosis or Gieen Sickness, Ar> nn n> ulina, or inegn'ai dia chargeri ?u pre?? on, Leucorrh?a,and all compialnta Irou. debili ty >rl Lh< f ii ale cuuatitu it.n. N. B. Tin be troubled with gravel arc warranted to be cured by Dr. Clierry's Astringent Pilla. Thof having stone in fhe Naddef, pain in the kidneys, accompanied with thirk.r my urine, am B? lonishingly relieved by tbese pills.? Price ?! perbox. N. B. Southern merchants w ho dr.aire to purchaao by the don' en or irross will be supplied at a very liberal discount, and thn Pilla willbe warranted to them to produce thedeaiied effect. i I -3m A CARD TO THE LADIKS.-Tke aubaciiber'B opinion of the female mind and churactcristoofar eialudtn suptosc for a moment that the kdiea ?f tkia city and elaewhera (towhoin this card is politely addreaaid) can be cajoled oi flatter ed to patronise him ; but wisl ea to sddreaa himself to llieiriocid sense only. They ate respectfully infoii (d that "Badiau's Cele brated strengthening Plaaten," were prepared with sprcia I refer ence ta tlieir favor, and they are mocteamwily rocoronended to such aa are troubled withpains in thehaak. breaator aide, or to tboao who a re afflicted with c-ugt i, colda . asihmsths Ac. Ue ia confident that if it were possible to obtain the names oi IIm ladiea who ha'C received beneltby wearing those beautiful Plsatera, he could preaei t an array, which, for rvodeat worth, intelligence and reaped ability, would tar outweigh hia hi*l:e?t rcec? nefdationa. They are apread an the niost beautiful, soil and pliab e lamb ak in ; will not roil the white lir.en, and may be worn Ijf ike moat delicate female in all 'itiiationa, with eaae and comfott.fof one month. They are aold at the Bewety Medicine Store, SCO Bowcry.kp the ladies nioat obliged and humble aenant. m?-lf If. W. BADEAC. AN IMMKDIATl? AND CEHTAIH CIRK FOR HYDROPHOBIA. ? The subsciiber haa heard with the m?st painful i nsation* the a any accounts of pcraonsdyinf with this drvadfm diasaae. Having had in hia poastaaion u re? eipt pro cured at much paiRa and cxpet'ae, by which scores have Uen ea red, and never in oae c?a< known to tail. Hia cause (ow.ot beGore making it public is. he was laid i rdcr< bligatit.nath' nxataoirmn "<?t to make it known for a stat< d time. H? ia happy now to atate that that time ia past. And persons bitten need not die without they chooFc ; for I'eing sensible of the hacpy and aure efiectathat Ihia medicine producea, and the mildness or it a rpemtien even vs ithont causing the patient to lie eoniif.ed ftana Iiuhb< aa ? aiao, with I he CMntinuation of former h< alth. 1 Ik medicines made nan of aie very ea?rgeticand powerful, yet perfectly barn. I?as as ta a? ter consequences. .No person need be increduloua as to ita effeeta, as it bus never keen known to fail of effecting a cure ; Bad ao eani dent ia he ol his perfect mastery over thin moat dreadful of all dw eaaes, that he woald not drcaa the bite of a rabid dog any i than a sane one. ?m? D. BIDWEL.L, 4* Grand street. hMVE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD -SPECIFIC MIX 1 no. lor cvrc of Gonorrhoea, Gleets, Btricturea, and toiil goua coni|ilan t? of theorgansof reneratlna. Of *11 remedies yctdiseovored lor the sbovecoiripajuls, this (? th'- moat certain. It mukesa spacdy and permanent cure, without the leant refftrd to diet, drink, oxp<"avrc, or chance in application to business. We give no lonf quackiah r?;c< itinii ndationa to dtxc.vc I be pub lic. II the medic ? e dees n? t apeak for itself. i o one shall tyuk for it. Our object 1a to natift where it may be had, a?d that IM proprietor chalb ngea a aingle case o( texnt Gonorrhoea to M brought, in * hic.h the Mixture will not effect a rapn! cure, Dndw ft Ibrfeiiure of Bsoo. Thia ia a diseo ae t hat unfortu rajely pervadei all rank* of sacia ty- high, low, rich and poor, matrimonial and single. Thejr an now pieaented with a remedy by which tbey can cure th?nMMvea without the bast eiposare, in theshorteat lime tossil.le. further, d tseate cannot be contracted ifadoae of the Mixture ia taken at right mi going to bed when exposed. ft ia put up in bottles, with full directions arcampaayin j it, at 91 a bottle. One bottle lasts a week, which generally cutea. Maay are cured in twodaya. For ante by Milnor * Gamble, It3 Broadway, corner of Dry aC Dr. Guion, corner of Grand and Bowery; M. C. Slecum, comer at Broadway and Dvai eiUA B. A D Hands, lt)l Falton ai, roraai of William. New Yorh; Jonea 4k Hutchmaon, corner of Chml and Seventh ata. Phila< elphia. mill f I lUClOM COV.BITT waj be consulted in the mwtmi I ' fidential manner at bia ???!< a. HPunne street, bei wee* Chalh am and W ilHam streets, New York, where persons afflicted with delicate diaeases, old obstinate uleera, dyapepeia, worms, duaaain of the bladder, urstha, and kidney, and all draeasee arising fron abuse of mercury. orthe impurity of th* blood, am invited to The baneful effects nltea arisii j " no deeerlption.poreena? to Dr. forfeit, with the without a particle of bm I Hia charge a are raaaooalle, and prooorOoar d to the meane of lh? applicant. Dr C baa been educated in Europe, under teachers ef acknowledged talent, and baa hud conaitleiable practice mi exten sive hospitals and diaiiei.sanee. Inataat relief give* to theaa mt flirtad wi>h ptlea, and a perfect cure effected hi three day*, with out coofirv ment from buaineas, or the slightest pain to the psbuL A mediaine rnsy be bad to prvvnt th* occurrence of a ceiiaio dis ease. The moat lieaorable secresy observed. Atteiuianae daily from IA. M to ill P. M _________ m?l? y nil, JOHN KOft la couaulied oonfldamia Jy at hla office No. 17 liuane itrret, between ( bathnm and W illinr sta , oa the following dis< aaas, vir. < Gonorrhoea. Gleets, Chsncrrs, Stric ture", Seminal Weaknes", and the numeroua diaeasea ariaieg front vvnrrcal poian? oi inprouer trratment. J< btis/o e?gag*st% remove ny recent affection in two or three days, ead the auKl io vrtera te cjiie< in a praportioncta time, without theureorafty de bililating or injurious medicine, or prevenboa fronb?sinc*s. Per sona entrostmc thrmsetv.-a to Or Johnsoa'a care may dose with a aertai?ty of succesa. ia the moat aggravated eases bcaofeloaia Bora*. rimraleW Leav Ac apeedily healed St/a gers weald do well I ygjvug I > r Johnson a call, na a certain prevent m?e maybe had against the occurrence of the foregoing disrates, which ha* never tailed when used within twenty four hours after ii| Letters post-paid, sndencUoing a fee, caa have the medicine, ai d directions. for it* use forwaideff. A tteedane* from I A M. to II at ai<ht. Dr. /ohnaoa I w? llftukulwii ? DM H, H ANILTOH. a aurg*oo of loo* atandirw, a d a pa ? I'il a', two ol the Aral nollcgea (fur aaaiomy |M the thearp aad practice of physic anil surgery) ia Eurof c, hat moved intntha houae No. ST Court lendt atreet, where he may he conoRcn on every diaeaae incidental to boaian nature, nomanon or nnemnmenk delicate or indelicate Thi mn.i de?|? r .re ien' real acaes cuiwf in from two ta ntnedirs. .-'ores of every ether description, ia a hour proportioned ta their state and allure. Attendance at all tinv ?. i?y 1IEUICAL AM) bOruHAL ( AKB. DR. I?1 FA*CETT, late aSuigeoa of tie ??th rag ment af the British army, confine# his attention to I he removal or a certain clara of ih?ea?cs. his extensive yractice ia Europe, India aa# America, devoted e*e|?sivnly ta the treatment of venaraal in n? its vanoua atafea, enables him to adopt th* safest and mcaliffssl aal remediea m *ra<iirating every form af that ikiaii s?ll?W from the ayatem ; bi< treatment is vegetable. h*a chorf a ai u da rata, and offices private. Call at ?io. ralton s I reel. a*nr (hsaa wieh. miwt DliH. UOOOH ILL'a IHTMtt.KM jtallyte ? Mrated for he eura foruakiea. and .and anahnroaa eompi"iala af iheorrat.a ofgrnerat oa.ia uffteid la the pnbheaa one ?f the heat ami cheapest srtirles. for the ear* of the aknia 4m ae*ea, that can be foard Itskaall price, and great virtue, af which the puMie are iafarwxd, that or more be* t tea have been aold in this city, Philadelphia, and Roau a. warrant III sgeat in eften-c it ta the pabilc with perfaet oootidenre Sold, w he lea* > and rctai', at E M. Oaiee'a, comer af Bowery ft Oraad street. at .teeents per bottle, wtth foBdiraetiaaa. _ ?!!?? ? |<M I OK KA V\ ( U r r, Member -f t*e Koyai Oaf* \J of burgeons of Londoaaud r^mbergh, and a^wiher ef the Medrea I College of FtdladetpHa*. eenXenra tn direct his atiaa tion ia the traatmeat of the Isilbtwiiif diaensee, ate t? <H>oorrbom, chancrea. a' ctarea. irritati' a of the a*a4hra, Me4 4*t, and prostrate glands, sore leg*. rbeamatJMn, agae andaaro fuloua affe."a>ns Recent taaee ar Veneeaal cured In tasiut wit boat mercury. A irrsveotativr ma/ be had. Peruana wan bare mjtrred theme?lvee by a secret roc live habit will ?4 * taia immediate relief. Separata ottaaa, mi Falton atraK. aaav ' Oreen-vwh The atrcteat aeerear obeervad. -ayC y DHh. CAMPKN'I'Mt ronumoa toanmi. wiei le the af rtict.d and unfortunate in the most peampl aad a^etanl aaar - tier, it hia established ,.nd well kaowa Drspaaaary, No I Pgfc Blip. w*tmM Rinnnlt'i ffiWipap*' Rat abileteweent. f?o. >1 Ana Srarar. Moantas Hraat.n-laaued every nrnisr except Sn^day ? Price, two cents per cop v. Country sal^nber* famished atlhn ?a me rate. for any apeciftc period, oa a remittance to adnata. No paperaent out. nnle? pai.l in advance. Rvcntno llr.aaLD.? loaned every afternoon at 1 o?clo ek . Price, two cents per copy. Country snfucrihers fnraidhad at the same rate, tfasl,. lu advaace. Wrrii * Manst.n. - laa,ie.| every Satorday mnmln| at aioa o'rloch. Price, ? M cent! par copy, rat atoned to ttmmry sabacrlHen at f per annum, ia sdvaace. WlTat.v CHaoatci.r? l??ned every Wednewlay mnreiag al |? o'riock - Price (i( rcnt? p?r copy Faraiahed to tosaOy labacriherii at |l per annana. In advance. A nvx an ? tanner? Inserted In awy or al thaae papers at thn asaal rates? al way ? parable In advance. CnaaRseonngnra? Are reqneated to arldrn thetrl eteaot n I and all tettert on lifi? .