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I KrsnMW evestsg edition oT y-teicUy. | Sweet Me merles of Tkee. When ioll ?Urs are peeping Tnro' the pure azure ?ky, Ai?l ?"a?hein r?>??sw eping Tlieir warm tombing* by, Like *weet (nnaifl petting Par o'er ike blue ten, There came o'er tne Mealing hweeiniemoriet of tbee. The bright row when fa<led Fling. forth o'er iu tomb, Its velvet leavei laded With silent perfaine; Thus round me w ill hover In eri? f. or in glee? 'Till life's dream be ove". Sweet memories of thee. A* a sweet lute that lingers In silence, alone, Uuswept by light fingers Scarce murmur* n tone? >lv young li art resembled That lute light and fri-e, 'Til o'er its chords trembled Those memories ol tbee. Scenes or Yesterday?Storm?Grand Illumi nation?Gale? Inundation?Loss or Life?De struction of Paopbrty.?Rarely, in the unnals of our city, have so in tny important events been crowd e?i into so short a space of tune, as those which have occurred 111 the last twenty-four hours. The morn ing was warm, but lowering, yet ttie firing of can nou coaimeneed, und was kept up witu spirit, and the preparations went on with vigor for the illumina tions in thi? evening. Towards noon, however, th* rain poured down in torrents. Previous to ihia the wind had been in the south oast, arid a fleet of nearly 20 sail went up the lake in beautiful style. About 1 o'clock the v* id chopped round into the S. VV., and there appear d to be a prospect of a pleasant evening; but those vilu> were acquainted with these matters, from the swell ot the lake, and the rapid rise of the water, predicted the gale, which commenced blowing in all us fury, as soon as the iu*ht set in. Darkness had hardly closed around us. when the city was again in a blaze of light from the splendid illuminations in every quarter. Tar barrels were burnt, bands of music patrolled the streets, cannon were tired, and rockets sent blaz ng through the air. All this time the wind was increasing in fury, till pecple could hardly k- ep iht lr footing in the streets? and the water rising to an unprecedented height about the docks and lower part of the city. Amid the roar of the winds and waves, were heard the shrieks of drowning wretches, men struggling with the rising waters, and liitle children waked from their warm pil lows by the flood, from which, amid the storm and darkness, there was no escape. These persons re sided in some miserable shells of buildings on the ex posed neck of iand between the creek and lake. The Common Council of the city directed two years ago, that no houses should bo erected there unless they were based on good brick or stone foundations, at least eight feet high. The title to the land is disputed in man y instances, and temporary (wildings have been put up on blocks at the four corners, and several fa milies gone into them for the sake of obtaining pos session. It has been a wonder that they would risk their lives in such frail tenements for from their ap pearance one would imagine that a common wind would prostrate them. Some of these this morning were floating about the harbor, while here and there lie thf broken fragments of those that were not strong enough to resist the force of the inundation. Some ten or twelve houses?part of them uninhabited?were washed completely from tiu-ir foundations across the creek, and are now strewed about in every direction. Several vessels were stranded high and dry, on the beach. The schooner Edward Bancroft lies up in the centre of Ohio street. She even dragged her anchor some dis'ance up into the city. The steam ferry beat lies high aground and conoidvrably damaged. The O. P. Starkie, the Brandy wine, and the Texas, schooners, were driven on shore, but not materially damaged. The loss of life?the most dreadful portion of the catrastrophe?cannot, at present, be ascertained. Five bodies bavs been brought to the watch house, but many probably are not discovered. Those are two childrenof John Germain,* young man?name un known, the wife of Wm. Judson, and a colored wo man Wm. Judson lived in a house near the stone building, foot of Mechanic street. When his heuse was destroyed, his two children Were in bed, and have not yet been found. He arid his wife got on the canal bridge, where she perished of the cold, and he escaped by swimming to a pile of boards, from which he was rescued. We saw him this morning, wrapped in a quilt, looking among the wreck of his dwelling, which had floated int > the canal, for the bodies of his chil dren. Many other vessels, steamboats, Ac., are more or less damaged, as well as most of the warehouses on the docks. The loss of property is difficult to esti mate. It i-i strewed m every direction. About twenty five buildings such as we have described, were either totally destroyed, or torn from their foundations, by the flood. Several vessels and steamboats must have been on the lake, where it was hardly possible for any thing to live. It :s rumoured that theClcveland went down the river, and is safe. We wait anxiously for farther particulars. P. S ?The New England steamboat came in this morning. Reports?left Clevelnnd at two P. M. yes terday, in company with the Constitution, the latter not yet heard from- The New England rode out the whole gale without damage. The schooner James G. King came in last night. She reports schooners Pa nama, Virginia, Favorite, nnd Brandywme outside. The latter beached?the rest have not yet been heard from. A woman in one of the hou3es clung to the window sill, with the water up to her chin, and supported her three children, who clung to her bark?but these one after another dropped off?the list but a short time before aid reached her, at 4 o'clock this morn ing. Another woman eatno nafely across the Creek on ? stick of timber, with her infant in her nrms. A mtn left hi* family on the roof of his house, and swmn for a boat to take them off. It was the last he ever saw of them.?Buffalo Ccvx. Adr., Aor. 22. Se biovs Conflict.?We regret to learn that on Tuesday, 7th inst., at Clinton, Hickman County, Ky, a fatal rcnrounteT occurred between Judge James, a State Senator, and Mr. Robert Bmford, a candidate to fill the vacancy in the House of Repre sentatives occasioned by the death of Cap t. George. On Sunday, preceding the rencounter, Mr. Bmford went to the residence of Judge James, after havingde dared in Clinton that he was going there to kill James. When he arrived at the noose of the Judge, the latter opened the gate and invited Kinfordin, who refused to go in, and stated he had understood that James had used an expression to the prejudice of his (Binford'*) election. The Jndge declared lie had not used the expression attributed to him?when Bmford said if he had, he (Binford) would kill him. Several harsh expressions ensued, when Judge James, being unarmed, returned to his house for defence. Binford rusheo through the gate, drew his pistol, and declared he would, before he went home, kill James. After several attempts to approach the house, an individual present prevailed on Innford to defer his attack tinnl another time, and after making some violent threats Rinfhrd departed. *>n Tuesday following, the parties met in Clinton, in tke porch of Hall's tavern. James asked Rinford if he came to nn?a*ainale him on San day Buif <rd answered, " What I came for, I cam? for." Both drew and fired immediately The hall from Junes' pistol killed Binford, and Binford shot two balls into the head of Mr. Collins, a disinterested young !;entleman, on a visit fi >m Mississippi, who died in thirty or fortv minutes. Binford, it is said, af ter firing hit pistol, knocked Judge James down with it, and commenced beating hi? i furiously, when a younger brother of the Judge's drew a pistol and put ? second ball into the body of Binford. Judge Jamea was arrested, and tried and acquitted by an examining court eonswmng of four highly re spectable magistrates. The killing of Binford being considered justifiable homicide. Granite nnd ice arc thestsple commodities of Maine. A late number of the New York Star says : "Could the whole granite region be explored and quarri' A at once, New York ana New Orleans, we be )iev4 would consume the whole of it in a single year, ?o rapid is their growth and prosperity, and *? anrc ?re they dc?t<ncd to become the iarr<*st and weal thiest cities of the western world." This is a little mora than b livable Home hundreds of granne pillars are now lying' idly en the ground" in this city.?;V. O. picoyunt. BUT The thermometer *< Cincinnati,on the 29nd inst1 was up to t;:? -on the 83rd, down Oh, whatafall ing off was there ( ggggggggl ???? ?!' Mil HiKiifiAM Huhol?A dressmaker or milliner, raiber notorious for severity to her work girls, wo.i a prize in the lottery, and, quitting business, started as a fine lady, culling her old acquaintances, and insist ing on a station amongst "the wealthy and curled darlings" of the land. She was discovered one night in the stage box, very showily dressed; and, during the first pause in the performance, the following con versation was heard from the gallery. "Mick, said a red headed Milesian, addressing a friend who was squatting on the extreme end of the front seat?"Mick, isit there you are? and how's Mol ley mn vourneen, and why is she not to the fore ?" " Ah, then, bud luck to alt mantchee-maker's la dies?that bandy-legged Biddy O" Gorman desnved us in regard to sindiag homo a bran span new finn ntl dickey (petticoat) and sure Molly Garvey's not the girl toi peud her thirteen wid her friends, and never a dacent dickey to her back." "Asy, Mick, wid ye any how. D'ye seethat large green hat and feathers in the box fornenst the corner, convonieiit to the ould t int! man that wears a shiny bald head?sure an'undf r that same green hut is the fat bodv of Miss Biddy O'Gonnan liersalf?the maul chee-maker. Theeyes of every person in the theatre were turn ed towards the lady thus pubic ly pointed out.? The gentlemen in the gallery continued their conve - sation. " iloroosh ! arid d'ye inane that ? by my faix, but she's mighty grand there liitirely, and nobody dra ining that she's a milliner's journeyman 111 a snuff shop's back garret in Fish Lane." " And who a ihe old hoy alongside her?him that's squinneying thorugh a spy-glass." " Bedad, who knows it's not her father, in regard that he is on his travels in New South Wales; and plase the pigs he'll not be hack for fourteen years.? Ah, ha ! Miss Biddy, is it there ye are ? Come out o' that. Is ii for the likes of you to be sitting there wid the qual ty 1 Where's the mistrbees' flannel dickey, ye desaver !" Exeunt Miss Biddy and the bald gentleman. ? Phil. Sal. ?\eics. Causb of Death rt Hanging,?It has been clearly proved, by various facts, that death by banging isnot caused by stopping the circulation of the blood, but by a fatal obstruction to the respiration. Indeed, there is reason to believe that in some instances, cri- | initials have been saved from the awful sentence of the law, by placing within the throat a silver tube, which would prevent a compression of the windpipe, and allow the criminal to breathe freely during t e unpleasant operation. The friends of Dr. Dodd were desirous of trying this expedient to save him from the awful death to which he was condemned by the san guinary laws of his country. But if resorted to, in this case, at leas', it was not successful. It has been the case. Uowi ver, that criminals have escaped their intended fate, by an ossification of the trachea, or windpipe; and several curious instances are related ofplicnornena of this kind. Dr. Pott, in hie Natural History of Stallordsl- ire gives a curiouscxom plcm thccaseof Inettnde Balsharn.who was condemn ed to be hanged during the reign of Henry VI, and was hanged according to the due form of law, hot was cut down alive, after suspension from nine o'clock on Monday, until after 9unii-e on the ensuing Tuesday! In consequence of which, she received die King's pardon. Dr. Pott ascribes the singular incident, which excited much marvel hiic g the people, to os sification of the upper part o: the windpipe. .She could not be hanged because her windpipe was turned to bone. ? Mercantile Journal. The Grand Duke of Tuscany andThe Americ an Minister.?His Imperial Highness of Tuscany ail accounts agree to describe as a most inaccessible per sonage, without one spark of honhorHtuit in his whole composition. His domestics arc carefully drilled never to allow him to be intruded uuon under any pretence whatever; but, as the best human precau tions will sometimes fail us, his imperial highness was doomed, on a late occasion, to experience the in efficacy of his domestic arrangement. A card was brought to him inscribed, "American Minister." The servant was desired by the bearer to say, that he waiicu for an audience, which was instantly accord ed. The minister had a long interview. On applying to the consul, the duke, to li s inexpressible horror, discovered that the American minister was no other than a plain Vankee meihodist parson, who chose to write minister on his card. The nflair got wind, and was a long standing joke ngninst the duke. It was an American who related to me the particulars, chuck ling "pretiy cunmdvrably" during his narrative nt the extreme indignntion felt by the grand duke, who, it seems, was annoyed beyond measure to find his im perial affability had been so freely lavished on this demure faced apostle of the Gentiles, the very anti C?odes of (very thing for which lie entcriaimd the east earthly respect, whether as to condition, coun try, manners, or opinions.?Faulkner's Humbling Tour. Thb Duke of Uueknsbury.?Among the distin guished individuals who were created British Peers, the Duke of Uueensberry received the title of Baton Douglas. He is better known as Karl of March, hav ing passed his fiftieth year before he succeeded to the dukedom of Uueensberry. Few noblemen have oc cupied a more conspicuous place about the Court and the town, during at least half a century, under the reigns of George the Second and Third. Like Wil mot, the Earl of Rochester, he pursued pleasure undtr every shape ; and with as much ardor nt touracore as he had done at twenty. After exhausting all the gra tifications ol human life, towards its close he snt down nt his residence, near Hyde Park Corner, where be j remained a spectator of that moving scene which J Johnson denominated " the full tide of human cxis tence," but in w hich he could no longer tukc n very active part. I lived in almost daily hahnn of inter course with him, when I was in Louden, during the laat seven years of his protracted career. His person had then become a ruin ; but not so hia mind. See ing only with one eye, hearing very imperfectly only with one ear, nearly toothless, and laboring under multiplied infirmities, he possessed nil his intellectual faculties, including his memory. Never d d any man retain more animation, or manifest a sounder lodg ment. Kven his figure, though emaciated, still re mained elegant; his manners were noble and polish ed : his conversation gay, always entertaining, gener ally oiiginal, rarely instructive, frequently hberone ; indicating a strong, sagacious, masculine intellect, with n thorougn knowledge of man. If I were com pelled to name the particular individual who had re ceived from nature the keenest common sense of any person I ever knew, I should select the Duke of ((ucensbcrry. Unfortunately, Ins sources of informa tion, the turf, the drawing-room, the theatre, the great world, were not the most pure, nor the best adapted to impress him with favorable ideas of his own spc cies. Information, as acquired from bonks, he al ways treated with contempt ; and used to ask me what ndvnntagc or solid benefit I had ever derived from the knowledge that he supposed me to possess of history?a question which it was not easy for me satisfactorily to answer, cither to him or to myse.f. Known to be immensely rich, destitute of issue, and unmarried, he formed a mark at which every necessi tous man and woman throughout the metropolis di rected their aim. It is a fact, that when he lay dying in December, J3JQ, hia bed was covered w th billets and lettera to tha number of at least seventy; most ly, indeed, addressed to him by females of every de scription and of every rank, from duchesses down to Indies of the easiest virtus. Unable, from hia extenu ated stated slate, to open or peruse them, he ordered th> tn. as they arrived, to be laid on his bed. where they remained, the seals unbroken, till he expired.? Wraxall't Af-mvirt. Goon At?n Bau Lock.?The following, from the London Sporting Magsr.ine for August, furnishes a cou ple of striking instances of good and bad luck The late Luke White, the celebrated Irish milHonofr, commenced life aaerrand-boy to a book-Mall. and fin sh ed it by representing, in hia own person and those ol* hia three sons, four counties in parliament. Daring suc ceeded in scraping together as much aa enabled him 10 ! purchase a few pamphlets aa trifles of at iticnary, he tied a wallet to hia bark, and set up himself aa a pedlar.? Dia tour jierfmmed, and bis tnerefenndist aiaposed of, He turned his step once towards Dublin, to replenish his knapsack and add to bis store. When some ibirtt miler short of hia destination, he retirad into a field a?l *Muiiif the high road to dine oil ? crust, and wash it down with a draught from tne rivulet npon whese banks his hnmhlc meal was made. That over, he renewed his journey, arriving towards the evening of the follow ing day at hia destination. The succeeding morning Ul him rally forth in quest of new merchandise, when In! his bitter won earnings were gone! The greasy canvas* bag hi* then strong hox, had vanished, and he was again a beggar. Almost In despair hia desperate search was made in the cellar wherein he had slept, but in vain; at length the idea flashed upon bim, could he have dropped it where by the river tide he had dined and stooped to drink from the stream 1 Instantly the road was retrac ed, and at the end of the fifth day, half starved and dead with travel, the bag and its contents were found upon the brink of a public path, within a few yards ot the turnpike road. After this tt is not surprising that in a few years we find him in prosperous business as a bookseller in Dublin. It was during the period when the mania for lottery speculation was at ita height. Like others in his line lie dealt in tickets, aiid, upon the particular occasion to which this alludes, he had disposed of all his shares save half-ttcketa which he was in the act of enclosing hack as unsold to London, wkeri a young woman entered his shop and inquired for a sixteenth. He told her how the case stood, that he had but two halves remaining, which he was about sending off at that moment. Alter interchanging some badinage, " Come," said the bibliopole, "you shall buy one of the halves and I will keep the other, and, should the ticket turn up to be a prize, we will marry and join ourselves and our tickets together." So it was; and t ic ticket was n twenty thousand pound prize, ami they were ma rricd, the fruit of the union being the three Senators already spoken of. Here is a sample of the class, who, as Mr. *1. used to say, "ifthey were to stick their umbrellas into the ground over night would liud them oak trees in the morning." An interesting anecdote of Lord Kenyon s sensibility w as related in the Iii itish House oi Commons, by Mi. Morns, in the debates of 1H11. Of the occurrence that gentleman had been aa eye witness. On the home fit ruit, lie said, some years since, a young womtui was ir ted for having stolen to the amount of forty shillings m a dwelling house. Tt was her fitst offence, and was atten ded w ith many circumstances ol extenuation, f he pro secutor appeared, as he stated, front a sense ol duty , tlie witnesses very reluctantly gave their evidence; and the jury still more reluctantly their verdict of yuiliy.-? The judge passed sentence of diatk, She instantly felt lifeless at the bar! Lord Kenyon, whose sensibility was not impaired by the sad duties ol his office, cried out, in great agitation, from the bench?" I don t mean to hang you ! Will nobody tell l.er I don't mean to hang her?"' 1 then felt, fie justly added, as I now feel, that this was passing sentence, not on the prisoner, but on llie law.?Law Mayazine. I > O % I<; -K i TI >ii.-DU(T< tit IILWKTT.Bone Set I* i.-"- informs the public, tint surb hi* been the increase ti , i>: ice in this city, lie now obliged to confine hn Ota-ran to bis own rooms. No. liS Prince street, ezrept it <?:.? ? where patu-nu art too laaw u> trtteno. Such i.e will con limn- to visit r.t their ow n homes. Dr. II administers tto iueui cine internally His attention is wholly given W a parUculn. class of diseases. In tb. se, bis practice (originated by the lata Br. Job Hwcet of Boston, and entirely oirierent from th.i 101 ordinary surgery,) has been sinylaiiy sncrr^r ' -t?nong.?o*> diseases aie disWatio, s, fractures, mams, lop <|isea>es, wlitu swellings, nervous* paralytic anil rheumatic aflections, c< n tractions, curvature of the spine and other deformities, weak ness of the lintbs, he. To loose who are not arauaia.ed with the greatcfllcacy o this mode of treatment, (and it is yet but, h"l* understood 1 '* New York,) Dr. Hewett will cheerfully give references to pa tient. who have been, or wlio are now, urn-er bis cure. Dr. lie welt's charges are n,v...""te?especially to l,'?se wh annol afford to pay more liberally. ? nK. JtlHNMOIV is consulted confidentially at hisofhee, No. 17 Duane street, l.eiween Chatham and W dham sts.os the fallowing diseases, vizGonorrlnea, Chancres Strictures Seminal Weakness, an I the numermw dtsvases arts ins from venereal poison or improper treatment Dr. Johnsor encage* to remove any rec : '.flVrt>" to two or three day* and the most inveterate c - ?* tu a prop, i ;,oiihi.- tune, v. boi " use of any d. mutating or iej,.lfclo.it ...ed . me, or preveo lion :rooi busu-eis. Person* entrusting tbcn??elve? to Dr. J ? ? son's care, may dose themselves w id. a certainty of success, iii the most aggravated ca-ex. Hctofulous sores, ulcerated leg kc spev fily healed. Strangers would do well by giving Dr Johri on a call, as a certain preventative may he made the occurrence of the foregoing dn.eai.cj, which has nrver fait ? .l w hen used within twenty-four hours after exposure. L l ter. post pai.l, and enclosing a fee, can have the n?ce?ar> me dicine, and directions for it* use for warned. . . . After..'ii.ee from 6. A. M. to 11 at night Dr. Jehnson hai movioli." i 13 Chamlwrsstreet nzi-ini_ ? kit. I ? KKKl'N AS i l( 1A(? t.,M' PlhhM, 1/An efli-clu.vlcure for obstinate di^tnrges from urtaary canal, whites, ?U4.prr*ak>n,irregul?rit es, and all plaints arising from weakness ol constitution. In B? ' ?'] Usof command of hiadder, they soon completely cure In diseases of Uie kidneys, hladrier, ami proHTate ' ^ , rive unspeakable reliei. Over boxes have been sold ta Nfw Vr?rk without any complaint to any agent* for ?a?* *h sale and retaH by A. 0. it D BANDS, l?. 'ullon St corner of William, and at the following drug stores: Cor"!T "JT ""J1 Broadway t cor. Walker and Brim 4 way; ^on". 6 B ' way ; cor. cross and P. art 5 cor. Bowery and Walker ; cor (Jrand aad Bowery; cor. Henry and Pike IJu.ison, cor. Houston aad Bowery, and P. Burnett *,36 Ruth AXpUp"nee $1 p?-r box retail. They are also for sale hv Dr. Young, N? 31 Souih Fourth st Philadelphia, and in Albany by Sands St Slhaw.kc., kc., r.2l-im_ A I I DWIKFHY. MRS BIRD having been duly <|ua 1 ItI lifted, In a lying inhospital In Europe, a* may be seen by I her tesllvionials and ' erllficales, offei s her professional services I U) the ladies of New York, neterei.ee ran he given whom she bat attended, and at*. to many gcsitletnca vf the lacultyia this city?Dr. Bush. Dr. Francis (Proiessor) Dr. Ralph, Dr. Wolf, Dr. Wright, ami others. .. ., . . N. B. Mrs. Birtl apprises the ladies who have kindly favored her with their patronage, and females genet ally that klie con tinues to he consulted on the different nervous affections conne queut in peculiar stages; her treatment Is mild,yet always pro during a salutary change in the system?*0 tha -the delicate or sensitive female en oyn bitter health discing prrgnacv tbise at oilier limes. Mir also devotes her attention to the diseases of women and children end all untoward afflictions incident U females, kc. Cupping and ieeching. Residence No. 7 Divistoa street. TllkTfidK.ATKST DlSf'OVKItY OR T"K PRfcSKNT DAY. is universally allowed to Ise Thorns Compound Extractor Copaiba and Knrsaparilla, the most in fallible remedy ever discovered for all sexuali1rnea.es. The high estimation and enormous sale this medicme has olitained for the last four years, is a certain ci uerion ?? hs immense uto litv; tt has n? enured the utmost lame in almost every p?rt of Korope; it has been examined, approved of and sanctioned by die faculty of medicine, and recommended by the most emi n71neVe,lon!lneediai'!on this preparation enjoys above allothers it ii* n? st, pnrtaMe lurm. r wl up ?n the m*4e in which it may he taken, hving both easy and pleasant, its tasteless na ture, with ih. restrict on in diet or coiibnem.nl from daily busi ness. TrsveHers. esp. ciallv, would And this medicine highly useful, and ought never to he unprovided wl'b a preparation possessing th- a.lvaiitnges whirl, the present one combines. Accompanying the me icine is a pamphlet explanatory of the different stages of the dis-ase. without any ext. a charge, con mining full and ample direction*. H contains no mercury. P prep?re.n'v Tb. TWn. Chemist, London snd for sale by P Dickie, 413 Bromiway: Win Snnoason, fit Pnltoa ?t , corner Oold; Wm. Vin Kmle-rg. 314 Pearl, cor. Pick slip; Houlllxrd k Deihic S Park; N B. ?raham,9?? Nassau street, corner Ful ton. 2?" - ,? I iMAIIvJiiAaHINlUH \\ HOI 41IIT I HON H V |PB B.-The public are Invited tocall at A. R. Moens. No 322 P. nrl street, up slaic?, and examine Scott'* I a tent A bffto* H'raugkt Iran Safit, together w Ub the many satis lurtnry evidences *n his po-session. of the perfect security 01 those iu<tly celebrated Safes agaim-t fire and r?d??>er? ; and also the rapacity of the Mineral A,U*to>. (now found in abundance on Btmwn bland, in the southern part of Pennsylvania, anil in olber ol the V J filled Hihk*, Mid with which etch Safe is thoroughly lined,) to resist effectually the most intense heals Among ilic nuraTotM fact* wf aihloc^ in pf?nf of the entire efficacy of these Sates in piotecling their contents from injury by Pre we merely s?lectlhe following. , I Jt/ Jnin ecott (the sole patentee for the application rf the Aba cral J?bt*to$ in the construction of Iron sales) exposed in the city of Philadelphia, on tbeMU. Oct.. IM?, In llw prfWRce of numerous citizens,a wnirn ks*, covered 4 In |nf anim-k think with Asbestos, to the ha'ning of one vorifof srssrmed wood; the box s>as fllled with knafc-fcbirferi p?per "od. ?1 opened iu contents were fousd uninjured, nltu ^ogh the iron grate npon whici. it retted sn Heated to m irHtle Htm . IM of S* tt* Anbe'tm CHr?t>, (tlieonly one. we believe, In thiiictty at that tune) was in the counting bouse ol Mesar*. Hubbard fc Caaer, in Exchange Place at the time in the gmat fire (a ton city, whhh sasedallits contents unii\jored. .. . Tkeir certificate, w th a nnmfier ol is hers of the highest re spectability, toge her with the vaiiou* patterns of the "h"ve safes, ntav In- seen at the store of A. R Mora, Aa. M Jrcmrl itreet, ngent to tlie sisnuhrrDrrs, ol whom lliey onn we obtain HntZ- rPg""r W',0"WI" Pr'r~ 8<'?TT k C+. T1IK NF.W VOKK IIIPPONA, <n nUMM meat for the public *ale nfHunn, Carriagea, Ac. No*. CI and 67 WaM *t. (M the junction of Canal ?l) between llntlaoa and Greenwich Mi. The proprietor* re?pect(\>lly Inform their fHendi ami the pubhr, ibai they hair opened the above enablement fnr the regulnr pnl.lir aale of Hnriei, Carriage*, he. They l?a\e erect ed opoa the ute of their old e*t?bllalied and nefl known Liver y Ntahle*, ? comii'tilkiua building fhnr stnrlea high, and covering over 80 feet of gmond, fronting oil Watt and Green wleh?t? replete with every convenience for the reception, r are and **!e of hn->.? *, carriage*, 4?. Rerolar *ale* will take plnre on Friday of each week, to eomiin m e on Rrtdav the 2?ih Imm. Ii will he nece?*ary that bor-ev or other article* intended to he aold at thii pi>oe, ?tmiild lie ent> red the day praviou* to the ?ale, that they may Im placed on the ratable. "I hey Imve accommodation* for nhoot 100 hnr*e?at IJveev? f? enti he re.e;ved imniedintely. lb" greatrat attention and Care a ill lie given. A private watchman I* regularly engaged to watch tbepre mlae- hy day and night. JOHN I- ANDR.RNON, VjjlBm* ' * WM W. JANRWAY. SmaI i~ riiNK hntfM -ti.fi 2a,$i.ao, ii 7r..?i ?3? nd 94 of incorporated hnnhi of the ve y Aral Handing in New Rvpland, rnn*tna0y on hand at the ftrangcra JCt chan'?ei>flireia W?IUtre?t, for city ?r Safety Rand noiea, at par. Gold, |H vera id h?tk n At* bought ami void on the l>e*t term*,and *11 kind*ot'iank nntrf eiaiuiticd gratia, and with pi en* art*. n J-1 m * qpi! iNPiOllt^ itllloiCAii titTStT-RTflil. I rHpo uteeef, (between O and and Rfhoeiel New York.? The ii paralleled ?urceaa which hat attended the applkatinn ol tho Trina In rai ing caw* ? hirh had been given up at hope let* after having tried all other kind*, prove* it* *nperiof1ty. It i* n. rn with perfect e**e and ? ifety. Hi* day** trial are al lowed. Tht* Trwt l?a? lie? a ?*a tned by more I ban 309 of the mat celebrated Rtirge?n* ami Pbv?icinn? in New York, who agree in *av'ng it p.w?e?*e? nualkle* *npeHor to any rdlier In n?? ABDOMINAL WProRTKRR on an entire new pi .nr.iptf and tiperknr to any in uae, nd 9m* A R. R* NJAMTN, Agent^ki RJdrldge street D~ it'll A it* It If rn w ItKM ? R..rremoving?at*r Alien* balr from the A?ee,arm? and neck. A ?ltfle appll caiinn ai". rt* |i I* porprvve without paia or Injury to the *kln, whirli m the Contrary i*lefl Whiter ao?t tofi. r than before; a teeond appli.. Hen ile?tmv? die roet* of t?ie hair, fogaale by aJ 6w* J. A. R. L'AMOl'RRL'X,3T7 Broadway. DBCTORAL HOHKT OK LIYBRWOKT X Tbe superior balsamic properties of this saleable prepai a lion h??e cawed it to be DMvtiulljr ackoowledied far superi ur to any other now before the public, for Cough*, Cold*, Asthmas, Whooping Cough, Shortness of Breath, and all af fection* of the Cheat and Lungs, leading to Consumption? Liverwort ha* been for many year* a favo it* remedy tor the above complaint* among the medical profession. The above preparation out only contain* all the virtue* of Liverwort in a concentrated stale, nut is combined with those herbs which have long been known, and held in high estimation for their healing virtue* in pulmonary complaints, and oilier ingredi ent* of a most valuable nature, which tend to produce free ex pectoration, lower inflammation, and prevent the secretion of phlegm. It is partiralarly recommended to person* of con sumptive crnstitutioi s. It almost instantly removes slight and recent colds, gives immediate relieldo those which from ne glect have assumed a more dangrrou* character, and when persevered in, never fails completely to overcome the most obstinate cases. Price 2s. per It ttle. For sale by James D. No will, (sole proprietor) contr r Madi son and Cathaiine*ts; retail at lift Broadway, corner Cedar; Allen It Ingcrsoll, 348 Grand, corner Norldlk; T. Mansoa, ?56 Greenwich, corner Banow; T. R Hihltard, 88 Bowery; C. L. White, 40 "> Pearl st ; Adaiason At Orlifl", (i!W Broadway and C Bowery; J. Weir, 2 SJ Grand st.. C. F. Cougnacq, 30 Chatham street. nlfl-lm* ItEKNAKDL'is LKDKBhKK "tnkVs "the | pleasure to inform his friends and lite public in gem ral, tiiat lie lias opened an At otbec-ry's Store at No. 3A Chambers ft, two doors (rom Chatham, where lie will lie inrpy to wnit day and night upon those who may honor him with their pa tronage. He lias studied in Europe, and for the Inst sixteen mouths lie was employed in the well known establishment o( Mr. J. Milhau, where he trust* lie ha* given entire satis faction. Medicines of (lie boat quality will be used by him , and physi cian's prescriptions will be put up w ith cat e and tl spatcli.and at tlv l"w -si terms possible. n'l-3m* It s. IllUll'k CEhEIIK'Vi l-.7) *1 ? ?1 - EN P AND TONIC RENOVATING VEGETAKI E PILLS?MRS. RIRD, tncouroged by the many Battering encomiums which she has received front her numeiou* friends, and desirous of benefitting the human family, e- induced to of fer to the public the above medicine as asalenud certain cure for nil diseases of the stomach and coainlrint* ari-i' p 'rom indi ge-tiort and eyessof bile. Tin se pill* have never been known ; to fail to effect a permanent and rcdiral en re by proper ap tiiiention and peisevernnc, ; indeed so abundantly efficcnious lias Iteen their remit that tlioasa> (is ran l? tify to tie ir valuable and beneficial preptrt e?. The prtiprietor ; f the receipt does not intend to tire ttie patience of the public by detailing, in :t long puffng preamble, the many important qualifications of these pills over any other in present use, but nvre'y toenunierate a few of the many disorders oftbe body, which iliey Itnve I,ten known tocorrect and perfectly eure?BiPi- r.s ami liveraffec lions, costivenessj asthma, pih s, settled pains, dyspepsia, chro nic and iadnmmatory ihcuniatisU, lien-'ache, impurity of the fluid*, nervous debility, the sickness incident to females in delicate iieallb, mid in fact for every description oi disordered health they will tie f iund an easy, certain and iiifallitde reme dy. Mrs. Bird offers ber Kennvating Pills to thepul'lie in the confident anticipation that thev will he found universally tin invalual le family friend. Sold only at 7 Division stteel, by MRS RIRD. Advicegra'lt. ?>-:jui* DHUCTOK y AIVCETT, Member of the Royal Cut lepeof Surgeon* ol London*nd Edinburgh, and men her of the Med cal College of Pliiladelpbla. cotilinua- to dir>sclbis sllet t'on to the treats)* nt of tlie fi How ii g disi ases vj/ ; - Gonnrrhceuxhancre*,stricture*,irritation ol the urethra blad der, ,nd prostrate gland.-, si te h ps. iheun ati-ni, ngi"* and semfulou* affection*. Recent case- of Venereal cured in two days without mercury. A preventive maybe i-h Persons who have injured tin (twelve- by a secret destructive hr.b;t w ill oiitain immediate relief. Separate of ces, 210 Fulton street, near Greenwich. The strictest secre-y ot,*? rvad. nl-lni* 1/EHIALE COMPLAIN ? ???'I be original and only r "eiiuine WIDOW WELCH'S FEMALE PILLS, par ticularly no.ipteo to disorders incident to the FEMALE SEX. Tlit* medicine t* justly celebrated lor ail Female complaints, nervous disorders, w eakness of the solids, lo-s of npp tito, im purity of the blond, ?laxatiori by intense Lent in warm cli mates, sick head ache, indigestion, debility, l? w ness of spirit*, ami panicularly lor all obstructions in tlx temale system, Fluot Abb"-, Lc. t c "I* i the I.a !'<?#. ri'- ;,ers, gutroiio.*, ri.uagers ol st iit/ol-, and to till those woo have the care of F< males at an carly age. To enumerate and publish the whole ol (lie ca-ts which Mrs. Welch receives, would lie a-rles* and indelicate, the following are inserted .oerely to convice the public, and demonstrate the effect* of this genuine and oniy preparation To Mr*. Welsh, D* ar Madam;?P|ea*e to send s.x dozen of your GENt INK PILLS. I have rrally found them to do woofers mil' ng the young women of this town and neighlmr li- numbers have been raised from the brink ot the grave, nn ? ireri to perfect health. Cn'liarine VtcKernnin, aged 18 ??ai?, >as compelled to leave tit - service of Mr. Stevenson, ol Irooklyn, in consequence ol a cold, an obstruction succeeded, and a rapid consumption appeared unavoidable ; out of cl.arily I gave Iter the Pills without hope, and to my astonishment she soon recovered. Il-nnah Fistier, aged 19 years, was reduced from the sstiie cause, to a most deplorable situation, the PILLS perfectly restored hi t in n short lime, and produced tiiat regu rity so necessary to the health of eve y Female. Mrs. Itigln'* daughter c old not walk down -tn.rs, her eppe tite w.s i nurely gone, the mot ber In ke ?' f r w n-d in a >'v Uissolntioii, a sickness aliened her eveiy morning, breath short, *aliow complexion, and bloa ed lac* ; Indeed those s> m loins liave been the common aiiendant* of all my pstients in tht* particular complaint. One pill, increased to three every night, *oon removed her sickness, and continuance in their use ?oon restored Iter tn perfect health. So rejoiced is the heart of her mother, that site says,every pill is worth a dollar. To de tail the whole of the cares t? rim nn-d in thi- town and neigh hood would (ill a volume. I can only a id, that in all Female complai' t*, even the most desperate, I have nevei known them to fail, and aai fully sensible did Parents, Guardian*, and Managers of Schools, duly consider tlie liealth an<l happiness of Female* from 14 year* and upwards, thev would not fall to recommend *nd administer these PILLS, (or halt the c m plaint* to which female* are subject would Ite prevented, and their luppine * increased by the preservation of their health. Iain, Madam, your obdt, *erv't, *,V. LABAI'WN, M. D. William-burg. Repl. 12, IS.'tti. 58 Broad-street. BT7* N. B. Since the publication of thi* medicine, numbers have been cured of those violent sick headarbrs to w hich the female sex are particularly subject, and *ther nervous disor der* which debilitated the whole ajr*t? m. In f?ct, w herever the frame i*shaken hy a nervous afieeti>n, injured by indiges tion or li-tuicncy, and reduced by obstruction*, grief,or mala dy, these pill* wilt l>e found a restsua'ive. They quickly re store the fibres tw their due tone?the stomach to its proper elastirnv;?iiv these mean* promoting digistioa and taking off every thing obaoxiou* to the nure L*w or NaTi'aa?prepar ed hy Mis. Sarali Ann Welch, and sold by ber appointed agent*. Agent* for New York?Mr. P. Dickey, chemist, 413 Broad way? Mr. John B. Dtxltl, chemist, t-43 Kieadwsy, rorr.erol Bleerker street?Mr. Heprrx's Pharinaey, 63 Bowery, corner ?f Walker street?Mr. W. B Hoffman, chem'M, RW Broadway - Mr. L'mlerhlll, 38 Seek man street, corner of William strert? Mr. BchtefHin, 114 Canal creet?Mr. M. C. Mlocuin, corner of Broadway and Duane street?Mr J B. Chilton, 263 flroadv ay ? M>s*rs. Miller It Gamblen, IU9 Broadway. Price?7.S cents a box. with full dirrctions treating the fe male constitution to health and happiness, which no lady should be without. N. R. Ask for Widow Weich's Female Pill*? wbole?ale Agent 33 Beekman street, N. V. n8 Im" it \J tin mott, thk OtUUMUi ?? ImKAUI It I PHYSICIAN, ol Boston, wuuld respectfully |ci??' notice to the Laditsol New York and virmiiy, thai she ?*>a*minrt> ced practice in lhi*city. at her residence, No. 74 Leonard street, nearly oppoait* the National Theatre. Having collected, during Ucr tut? tour in Knropr, Herbs, Root* and essential Oils, not to lx- obtained in America, sh? will be enabled to meet d.svasea in their mn?t formidable appear ance*. The irrrat sueres which ha* attend. ?l her treatment of diseases in twin country, it a guarantee of what may l?c expect f d. The many delicate ceniplainU incident to the female frame, render any argument in favor of the female Pliyaiciaa j unnecessary. Mr*. Mott pledge* her sell to aura or relieve the following , disease* Rheumatism, Tie Doiorein, (cured Willout the Use of lancet,) Cunlractioiis, Parn vretl Liruua. I'iilav, Decline, Onn ?umpt'on. Dn'py, MuniOi', (Hcrofula, Halt Rheum, King's Evil,Canker, Ringworm, hr. Ac,I t atairli, heal I M Af- i faction* of the Eyas, D apeptia. I'elicit y, ktpinal affection*, NYrvrxt* tyniploms, White sw ailing*, Worm*, A?lhmn, Jaun dice, Liver Complaint, Hemorrhoid*, Pile*, female Wrakuraa e* he. Ac. In rnnjanction with her medicine*, Mra. Mot*, will admlnhter ; her eel* Orated Patent Medicated Cliampooand I iixueif Rallia. to invalidt and other*. Toe mock cannot Ix- said in lavour of , tbete liaibt, which are the vapour Irom diff. rrot herbs and e? aential oila, to au-t the disease* for which they are taken. They are perfectly aafe ta adminitier to (he most debilitated, impart in|( to such strength they are not only a laiung, hut a cure In all chronic compliinU, ami a preventive ay a lost all conta One triaf frioui disease* One trial will convince the most sceptical of their utility, for a luxury to the healthy, they are calculated to promote a free perspiraiion.rh-anse,soften and partly the akin. Mra. Matt basing made the disease*nfcltildren a purtiruinr hianch oilier proleaa'on. alie will lie enabled to care diaeesea that have baffled the skill o (the mosi talented physician. No mercury or mineral of any kind used. Hours for seeing patient* from !? in the morning, nntll ? in the evening. Oentlemen can communicate with Mra. Mott, ooly through a wife or mother Ladies and gentlemen can be accommodated with hatha at any hour ol the day. family patent rights for the above hatha can be obtained on appllcntMMt. ftT Lettera from the ooontry pott paid, wll receive immedi ate attention. nlft-.Vw* f BVIPON'H HIITER'HRBD DKOP.-Office No.# Division at?In conaeonence of the very great and extraordinary cures thia medicine |,a* performed in Venereal in Us worst singes, when every thing liad been naerl tn no g<s*d effort, in some ra-ea where tire patient had I* en given up as pn?t recovery.having gained Mr Itself a celebrity unptralleled in the annals of medicine? unprincipled nostrum verniers, a), most every three months snce It was first l-rught out, whhth was five years ago, are counterfeiting it and trying in various ways to destroy its popularity. ,/p R - - L-visnn'i. Hunter's li d Drop l? warranted to effect a prompt, permnaont and aafe cure without dieting, .renting, or hin rlr inre from I mine**, in all crises of Venereal, ami under al! circumstance*. Price ffl par bottle. All Pennine v ill have ihe name of IT. Levisnn 00. of whom it mn be obtained at allhnnr*. Office No. ft Division at fourdtaorafimn Chatham Mquare, and at no other place la thlarity. *24 lm* I)' OCTOIf CA RPR* Tffift, No. 4 Peck ifflp, con tinue* as tintal tn adc-'alter to the afflicted *ad nnfnrln nate. al his established ard well knonn Dispensary, wberr ?ee m"st prompt and effect rial remedies for ?'l delicate disease* are dispr i.sed under hht own versonnl dlrrction ami atten tion. Hew ace of i-oatrunia and nostrum venders, see that the virus nf disease he'era treated, and nit driven into Ihe system to be absotl^d in theelreu'at.a'r,, ar.o tans rnlaitinga r?mpli "ntfnrn'' epKir i.-ie ano irromidlabie diseases, which death oaiy may terminate. Doctor Carpenter 1* a Licentiate si the New York State Medics' ffec'aty, (claims no |erptivnral| rny- i *1 honor* ?r degrees) and haaoevote-l much lime and atten tion to vct eral an ,i syphiHtic dl-easea f'?r t?- l?? l"? year* Recent rase* when umoerlv treated. ar? ?ery *pe*di|y fVmov an animal any ue ooveaience tn tnv pat teat, (ml mask He pends on the early ami proper application* it the m. ,,,?.?t stage* of the cornpl* t?i, and itenre the Importance of experi enced and talented medical ads h e. t?r. f!. I* enabled Ms present bis rernedl"! In ? pleasant and palatable farm, defying ihe scrutiny el Pbefrw*. i?as sep* rate office* arranged forth* privacy nf patients, hia charge* rtsvi isM. office open Until 10 o'clock, , ET Person* at e distance may obtaia the medlrlne*, with simple directions (br a cur* on wrilla:* a narti-'nlar descriptioe of their ease. Re partieatar in the No. 4 Peck Nip, n?v>r Pearl atreet o4Jm* DR. CARPEN'l ER. ttnsOfl KJKWAM0.?CROW8 SflClllO IUX? qP*J\7\J TUIlI-Kor the cure el Gononboa, Gleets, un? tare* and aaaiageua oonipJauiU of ibe organs ol genera tuna.? Ttie Gonorrhata U a disgusting, conUunuiattag and annoying malady, that hat leog earned, djea exist, and ever will exist. and is loo well known to require any exjUanatlun. h it qaiur - ? ftioge * " easy to be got; but bat beeu very difficult to get clear oC It It a companion that but few admire, although H, aeeni* so very solicitous 01 admiration. It pervades all ranksof society, btgb and low, rich and poor, matrimonial aad tingle. Although so trouble-on.e in itsef, and to distracting, and ef ten latal in its consequence t, it is a disease the treatment for which has hern more intolerable than itself. A person who it to unlortunale at to contract tbe complaint, If he tollows a fashionable advice,mutt first deprive hunt* it ot all application to business, which perhaps requires bit immediate attention, at "exercise has a tendency to aggravate tbe difficulty," and (?.online liunsei; to his room. He must tnen oe uifii, leeched, kept constantly tick with doses ol tartar emetic, purged, de prived of all articles of tooil.and usual drink, in order lo lireak infiamn atory action. Then follows a Ion uam of nauseating mixtures. Irritating injectiois, lotions, ointment* an l foimma lion. K very day some new change n.ust be made, until at last, niter ihe patient lias been Kept "under h?mi" six or niao months, lie is lett wiili a stricture,disease of the prostrate gland, swelhd testicles, chronic inflammation ol l\e mucus mem brane of tbe Madder, gleet, or Mime other detestable malady, that will remain incurable as long us 1 * lire-, mid from tbe first an exposure that excites the r diculeof all around him. In Cross's Sin ritic Mixture the person 1 excesses .ircm-Hy that roinpleiely ebviati sail these difficulties, and makes a rap id and permanent cute without the least regard to diet, drink, or exercise. The remedy is unparalleled in power. It bus tbe specific property'of entirely neutralizing the poison, aid suppressing all symptstos of the complaint, sometimes in twenty-foiu hours. It is not our object to give a long quackisb rpcotiimend.? Much experience, a large number of cases, and extensive ob servation lias proved, Incotnrovertihly, its superior rftic-.-cy. In hliort. such is llie confidence in tbe ixiure, founded on obser vation alone, that tie proprietor challenges a simgle ( tt.-e 01 re cent Gonorrhoea to be fir. up id, in whufi tbe M.xiurc will not effect a rapid euie; under a forfeiture ol i!-5fle. I. is presented to tbe public tor ifieir benefit, as they stand much in need of it and it is liopi d tl.ey will make a proper usee .... With tnis renieov per-ons can cure tnrmsetves wlfnouttbc least exposure, change of diet, or rhangein appl cation to bu siness. These art coiuuderaiiviix sufficiently &re*t to fie ofcoo sequence. The medicine contains nothing that is of the len t injury to the cor stitutiun. Gallonso il might be taken but no harm would follow, Further, the disc a -e cannot be contracted ii dose of the Mix ture is taken at nightongoing to l>< d when exj>s -ed. It is putup in bottles, will) full direct,!, nx accompanying it at $1 a bottle, t Jne bollle lasts a set k, which generally cures. Many are cured in two days For sde only by Milnor 81 Gamble, 191 Brood way, comer of Dey street ; l)r. Guion, cornt r ol Grand nod Bowery ; M. C. hlocuui, corner of Broadway aid Duuue strict: A. Ii. & D. Band-, 10(1 Fulton st. cornel of Y* ilium, New-link; Jones k Hutchinson, eorner(if Che-nnt A !? eventb st.. 1 Irlatfilphla. . B Call for Cross's fi''rrific Mixture. Tie ptnprietor IV. B Call for Cross's Specific Mixiure. Tie proprietor's signature ami numfirrof residence is on the label ?f each bottle. o4-3m* tiiSHl'Ah 11.1.A.?'Having prepared lor several [kryear a Syrup of Saraparilla, which has been highly up proved of, and adminisb red by n nuinl er (I the tries; r<spec table physician-. and which las tar exceeded my mist san guine. axpectations, I now wuli increased confidence oiler it to the medical faculty and suffi ring community, as richly Concen trated Compound Hyrup of Snrsapnrilla,lor tin corcof chron ic rheumatism, tetter, ulcerated sore throat, pimples on the face, seo 1 fiutlc eruptions, biles product d by art impure habit of the body, erysipilas or SL Aniliiny's Kite, pains in the hones produced by the toe free use of mercury, syphiloid afiVctions, scrofula, A c., and nil disorders arising from an impure or con taminated slate ol the blond, he., it has proved an efftciual re i.edy. It is a well established fact that all cutaneous diseases arise fr?m or are increased by an impure or contaminated state of the blood. Then-lore, instead of using external applications, to force 'fie dis> n?o hack into tbe system, ti tie to it main and produce greater evil. internal remedies -I ould be administered to p-rify the contaminated blood, and drive the disease out of the syst'm, to fie forever eradicated, la order to effect this era il < hjret, recourse sfiou.d be had to those medicines which have proved, upon li iai, to tie most eflicacious in purifying the l-lood. Sjar-ara: ilia has been used many yews lor this purpose, hut has never, till within a short lir.-.e, been properly prepared. The above medicine has re eived the higne-t enron>tiinis IVora seme ol the mast eminent phv sicians, and is prepared en.irrly from vegi table substance, and posses es the activr ptiaciple of Barsaparill; Root in a most concentrated degree. Being' a very palalrahle medicine, the most delicate stomach can hear it con veniently, nnd it is with safely given to Ihe must lender infant, in corroboration of whi h certificates w ril lie shown Dr. Mlillnian's Concentrated Compound Syru,' of Surr-iparillm has conipletely outdone Swaim's Panacea and Potter's Catho licon, in the cu'c of scrofula, k'n ? 's ? vrl, ulcers or s- res, dis ease - or eruptions ol the skin, cbr< nit rheumatism, sere throat, venerealc? mpl,tints, mercurial affections, Ac., ami w iihout ex ception the greatest pui ifier of the bh od ever invented. There is uo mistel e here, lor some ol the greatest physicians Iin tl? cr-nntrv c- iv , 1, . ?e f ? amr.og which are Dr. Sa il nil .V . 1>V. An,os, l>r. Hunt, Dr. Levi, Dr. Lena, and Drs. I.udlow an Summ m, and many otlu rs, who have used it and adai-nistered it to their patients with the greatest success,after every other remedy had failed. F r the care ol rheumatism, scrofula, or king's evil, gout, sciatica or h<p gout, incipient rancors, salt iheum, ** rl.ifUic and mercurial diseases, particularly ulcets and painful affec tion* ol the bones, ulcerated throats and nostills, ulcers o( every rie* riplioo, fever sores, and inteinal abces-es, fi-tulas, piles, scaul-be id, scurvy, biles, cbtonic-ore eye-, eryripelaa, blotches, and every variety of cuirneous affection; cernnic catarrh, hi n.larbe. proceeding from an acrid humor, pain in the stomach ant dyspep-ia ft mi visitation ; affections of tbe liver, chronic inflammation of ihe kidi eys.and g? niral debility caused liy a torpid action of tl,e vesiels of tire -km. It is sin gularly ((ticncioUs 111 renovating those constitutions which have beeu broken down by injudicious trenin>oul or iuveuile IrregoUrhle*. In c-en-ral terms, it is reajmimetlded in all those diseases which arise (rom impurities of the blood or viti Htion of the humors ol whaiever name or k'ad. Caution.?Inconsequence of Ore superiorly of Dr. Siillman's concent rated comf und Syrup of Suriaj'tnilla, prepared by the new process, overall preparations of B.:isapnrilla,and llie great demand for il, attempts have hren made by person* ig norant of the pri ces*, to imitate it, and by copying Ibe whole, and sometime* a part of the directions, to Impose their weak aast inert syrup* on Ibe public ssthe ssme siticR*. To guard against the disappointment that must necessarily arisv^by Ireing deceived lor any vf the firtiliotM preparations, purcbsseis will please ask for Dr. Sl'llinai's Concentrated Compound Syrup of Saronpartllm, nnd observe that each Ixittle ol the genuiae article will have tbe initial* (vn.( T. B., wiiltoul which none are genuine. For snle, w holesale and reirrll by llie proprietor, A. Under bill, 3t Ueekman, corner of William st. whereorders will be promptly executed. Also for sale by Dr. Hait, corner of Broadwey ard Chamber st., Dr. Bvine, corre-r of Bowery hi d Walker st., Dr. Bchefflia. lit Canals!., Dr. Guion, corner of Biwery a*d Grind st., and M no other place in this ci y. A!?n, In Bos'nn at Apothecary Mall, 188 Washington st; Young, ThiUdslphia. Frier, $1 per This Is to cerlify that 1 have sold my right far preparing the Mi. A. I'nd concentrated compound syrup ol ssissparilla to Mr. A.I nder |,H1. corner ol Beekaian and WilHan sis., N? w York, lor tlie price of one thousand dollars. Dsted (his Jl-d day of B. ptern l,er, iu the ) car of oik Lord, onertght It'tvlred and thirty-six. nl Im* Tlliw*. wiili.man. m. u. ?1KL sTINK CAPBUI-KS <?F PURR COPAVl ? BAL.HtM, patented by the Royal Acadrrme ol Medicine of Paris ?The Copavi Baksam Is of all the medicines employed n romhvttlng Ihe chronic and acute gor-orlicesl affection*, the only one, tlie specific action of w hich bat never lieen doubted ami lo which phytifiant have in rnnsroaewe* given tbe prefe rence ; but its nausroas taste and smell are tbe causes of ilk being r< (ected t?y many patients. This 1* tlie reason why so many e*i?? rlments have lieen made in order India over some mode of disguising its taste, so that it might be takrn with less repugnance, but hitherto this has been but mqiei I. rilv ? fi< n< d, an I always, by tbe a blilion ?f some activo nibsiani-e. which modifies its properties and ihn* destroys its chemical constitution and its [physical charecter. Theri forc, hsvinp obcovered a mode wt adniinistei log it in such a state that cannot ecradon tlie slightest repugnance, and tin- ? ktboat suliniilting it loany alleralion. 1 lie methosi r- n si*ts in vnclosing it in the gelatine capsules. It encloses that prrct'us medicine in ;?ch a manner a* lo disgulae U entirely to the taste and smelt, end It goes into tlie digestive organs with out any otlfi 1 nnxluri than that ol the p. Inline a ith which it is enveloped, and wiicti i? ar-on rocrpMely dissolved in ibe stnraarlt. By th's meaes, tlie trestmevil of the gonerbtm be ing effected without ifisrust, and ronseqnsntly witliout inter roptior, will b?come more prompt aixl more sure, thus pre ventiwg lie possibility of a re| pse. The ilirections for use, as well as the attestations front the most eminent pbysi 4am of Paris are enelost d in each box. For sole by all tbe most respectable apothecaries In tbe citv twi'l country. 11' ii*- gist* and apothecaries are supplied with the above rap. side- by CIIARl.fCS WII.DFNOW, at No31 Cherry street, n* lm' \y II *>111.TO*. a ?urgeon of loaf Handing, uil a ? pupil of Iwn of the 8r*l college* (I'm anatn-nv anil the the. ory and nractloe of physic and "orrery) In Rornpe. lira moved Into the nnu?e No. 37 < ourtlai <lt *t. where he may be consult ed on every dben?e Inrhlental to hniuan airfare, rmnaiaa or uncomr*"*, delicate or indelicate. The roo*t desperate Ten*, real ca?e* cured In from two |o niue day*. Si.re* of every other dewriptinn. In a lime proportionate to their *t?te and rue lure. tttrmiinfe at all time* ntft-lm* ffn?IC rUlkOMlHIl h us M I ONIi AT I.ART I DISCOVKRRl*!?The Venereal diaeiwe eatermlnated I The relehrateil Dr. PORT r*S tJonorrhira R'nd cator never lall* In any raae. The direction* are p?rfert; fully and ?(ear ly devrlhi'ny every lymptnm and Mare.""! ('-owing Ike only tore method of rure. It ?? acknowledged the prevaW ore of thi* ?H*en*c In* wonderfully drrreaaed dace the Introduction of the Krml rntor. Fiv tale hy A. B k D. Nam'*. IWl Faltnn ?tre*tt NyaaeV rnr Bowerv and Walker *t, < 8 None*. 044 Broadway, ard P. Burnet. T <'I. line I r * I n24 Im* AHHTIIM 'Mi TBI. ill, without clasp*, ?prtnra kc. thereby avoiding in.inry to th- ai||nirin? te?fh, on the principle* of atmn.phr rir pro-mre hv M. I,* VETT, Dentist, No. ill l< Broadway, oppo.ite the Ma'?onic Hall. 'Hits metlmd ao wnera'lv known and aj proved, need* an eomoH-nt, being wholly diferrM in principle and remit from any pratliced In New Vork. ||i< reference* of the highest order ore roo?? ample?the nehi. lonof the New y.irh pu'iTc ?n Ihl* improved *y?trm, tway hn ?een in th" fnllowlt-g raapeftebl" paper* Vide New York Mirror, li?h July, IWV ?"utrlerh Knmiirr r. 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