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[ froa otf K > rm ?s EdhiMOf ye*t?*r<tay. ) Boar* ?r Alkebmkn. ? Wednesday, Jan. 3d.? -Pre seut all but Aid. Patterson, Randall, Waterbury, Bruen, and Acker. The minutes ot the last meeting were read and ap A communicatioa was received from the Mayor, stating that he had signed certain ordinances. Several iemoHsirances and petitions were referred ; amongst others that of Samuel Rich and 165 others against the extension of Centre street. The report of the Committee on Finance was then read, containing the report on the Comptroller's Re port, with the estimates of monies required for the year 1^3S, shewing that the accounts stood thus:? Expenditure, - - $1539,430 Receipts, - - 214.000 Deficit, $1,325,320 The report also contained a resolution, requiring the Counsel of thk- Board to prepare the necessary papers for memorialising the Legislature, requesting that body to pass the neccssary law, authorising the Common Council to raisi $1,300,000 by a tax on the people of this city, to pay the necessary expenses for the year 1838. This is what is usually called 41 the Tax Law." The various items areas follows : for Almshouse. 4c. $?R0,00i Land- and places. $t 2,500 Bonds payable, tiOO.' OO Lamps and gas, 125,000 Board of Health, 14, WO Liens mii lol*, 7 5*0 j Cie tnting Docks and Levying lax, 12??h?o ; *lips, 15,0(10 Market*, 70,000 , County Contingencies 50,o?<> Mayoralty fees, 15 m Commutation of aliens 100 Public Reservoir, 4,904) / Courts, 33,000 Schools, 90,009 ] Coromw*s fees, 5,0C0 T"olice, 35,000 , Charities, 7.M0 Penalties, 3.04H i Cleansing street. ISO uW) Priiuiiiir &. Stationery 2iV000 I Charges on arrears of Road. A. Avenues, filMKKi j Taxes, 3. (<00 Repairs Supplies, 30,000 i Docks and Mips, *12,000 Sa|jri??, 6?r,000 Elections, 7,500 Streets opening, 4.C. 400.000 ; Kire Department, 60,000 Street expenses, 50,000 I House ot Refuge, 4,(00 Ta*trn fc Kxcise li lnt? state Ksiaies, 2,000 rentes, 1.500 Interest, 70,000 Watch, 26'' 000 Justices' Courts, 16,000 Wells and pnmps, 9,000 On these estimates the Finance Committee to whom was refetred the lepori of the Comptroller together with a law making appropriations for 1838, reported : ? "That tht y have carefully examined the same and compared them with the payments mads from the Comptroller's ofttce for 1837; and they are of opinion that the appropriation bill as presented contains the necessary appropriations for the year, and therefore recommend that the same be passed by the Common Council." Aid. Brady moved that the report be laid on the ta ble and printed, that the people of the eity might know what money they had to pay for the year, how it was to be paid, and for what it was to be paid. The money of the people ought not to be voted away thus recklessly and wantonly. He, Aid. B., wished to know what the next of $70,000 appropriated for mar kets was for. Aid. lngraiiam said it was to pay for the ground in order to extend Contre market; if the Common Coancil should order new market buildings, these fresh appropriations would have to be made. Aid. Brady would oppose it; he didn't believe that the report was corrrect ; he believed that the city received more than $35 000 for commutation money front foreigners. Last year, by this means, the city made a profit of at least $10,000 by these com mutation fees, over and above all the expenses incur red by maintaining the poor of foreign countries. Aid. Vanan thought it but right that the report auould be printed? there was plenty of time; we were in the habit of memorializing the Legislature in March. It could be acted on at the next meeting. The morion to lay on the table was then put. and negatived 7 to 5. Aid. Van an expressed his surprise that a question Of so muck moment should be hurried through the j Board. The members ought to hare time to jnvesti- I gate the matter. He should vote in the negative. ' Aid. Taylor (having voted m the affirmative) moved to reconsider the subject. Th* was carried. Aid. Taylor then moved to lay the report on the ta ble and that ii be printed. This was carried. The report of the Committee on Finance, embrac ing a resolution to appropriate the necessary sum tor 1838? usually termed the appropriation bill was then laid on the table aad ordered to be printed. Reports of Committees adopted ? Adverse to can celling the bonds of Samuel Fickett, late Superinten f tiyk*we?Mi a wa ? rtiH t?""? <i rnn * r%f James E. Wood at the Red Fort or North Battery ; adverse to the granting the use of certain lots to the Society for the Reformation of Juvenile Delinquents; concurring in the amended resolution relative to leas ing certain lots to F.rnest Schyser, adverse to grading 61st street to the Cast River, between 3d anu 4th Avenues ; favorable to reducing the rent of Crook & Folkea, occupying District No. 55 of the Corporation wharves. The report of the Committee on wharves relative to allowing /" M. Conklin to bmld a bulk head at wharf No. 16, on th<' Brooklyn aide, wee laid on the table The Board then met the Board of Assistants in Joii*t Ballot? The Report of the Chief Engineer was then read and approved of; the Common Coun cil confirming the resignations and appointmenta made and received bjr that officer. Aid. Smith, of the 10th Ward, presented a petition, aigned by 600 respectable aniens, couched in the most respectful language, praying for the re appoint ment of Mr. Hunter as Street Inspector to the 10th Ward. Aid. Joe. Hozie jumped up in a great rage, and ob jected in a most overbearing manner to the reading of the petition at all, or to going into the matter. Aid. Ingraham was not astonished at any thing that aomc men might do ? but it was a proceeding unparalleled to refuse to hear a petition read coming from respectable citizens. Aid. Hozie persisted in his motion that the petition would not be heard or read. It was put to the vote, and carried agam?t Alder man Hozie. The petition was then read. The chairman was ?boat to read the accompanying affidavits, but Hozie, and Bruen, and Deforest objected te the reading of th? affidavita. Defareet moved that the matter be referred to a se lect committee. This g*ve rite to a warm and lengthened diacus eion. Aid. Brady, and R. J. Smith, and Varian, and lngrnham conumled atrongly for the right of the membera to call k>t >Ue reading of all pipers respect full V worded and sent to the Common Council. Such a proceeding was most shinw ful? perfectly unparal leled! The Inspector had been charjM with misconduct, ?.id he had a right to explain, and prov* the bl?t y of the chargea. Aid. Bruen contended that the Common Council had a right at any time to remove any person ap pointed by them, at any time they thought proper, without assigning any reason. Aid. Insrafiam again asked for the reading of the paper. How could he vote unless he knew the con tent* of the paper t The motion to refer the matter to a sclect commit tee waa then carried 15 to 12, and a committee ap pointed to consist ?f four from each Board. The Common Council then adjourned. Bozan or Assistants, Wednesday, Jan 3 ?Re ports adopted? In favor of paying William W. Thorn 910 for the wharfage of a schooner aeized by order of the Mayor for a breach of the lawa relative to alien MMMM and left for some daya at a pier belong ing to Mr. Thorn. In favor of discharging the police commit t?e from the farther onneideration of the msn ner in which and by whom the magisterial dutiea of the upper police are performed. Resolution to abolish the office keeper of the City Hall. Adopts. Petitions referred? For a sewer in Thames streeet, and to dram the water from lOHth street. A resolution was then presented requ ring the Chief Rnginoer to return the nam? of all persons who are actually doing dutv as foremen, in urder that the Fire Book, kspt ny the Clerk of the Common Council, might be corrected? for now there were on the book the names of a greet many men, who were enjoying the privileges of firemen, when th.-ee men had resign ?djor years, and did no duty as flnnnil Adopted. Cocbt or Sbs?iioj??.? The Member a of the flrand Jury were vesterdsy empannelled, and constats of the following gentlemen ?Robert G. 8. Depeyster, Fireman; f) N Haylis, Joah Curtis, J.,Kn Clen dennuig, Jsmee Ficketl, Wm. Hockman, Otis Sei mer, Wm Meermen, R. H Nevms, Thomson Price, R. Ormsby, fl. N Rockwell. J. Sackett, Richsr/ F\n nevere Nchcmiah Lownsbury, W. T. Jamea, II. Iley. nolds, A. M. Merchant, S. Lcwene, and Isaac Wil The notorious Partington was then admitted to bail. The Recorder said he had set up a orecedent in the case of F rust; and t hat as he had ad mit ted one eon vict to bail, he must admit the ether. This is curious argument ? two wrongs to make one right. He was bailed, himself in #5000, and three sareties in $5000 each. His sureties were Ira B. Wheeler, Sainl. Fow ler and Oliver Taft. Thas has this convicted vaga bond escaped unwhiptof justice. Thv only case that was tried today was an assault and battery. A Miss Cohen, a very handsome young German lady, complained thai Mr. Blenenhoat, a (German, had pushed, shoved, choked, and beaten her. She testified that he took hold of her, and hug ged her and shook her, and she added, that she would not be struck by, or hugged or pushed, or took hold of, by the best man that everbrenihed. | Mr. Barney Gott said, " I vash present at de mush, and Miss Cohens said sbum things, and she pushed and she shoved into Mister Blunenhoat some I shevcral times; and she shays s? much more as she shall have de right to shove and push every mans as ; she shall please to shove ; and dat dish country is de free countries of most countries, and dat in dish Ame rica, some all of de womans in dish country haves all de rights to push any of de men as she shall please. Ree. ? What did she say? Witness. ? She shavs ash all of de womens has froe liberty to do as dey shall dam please in Ame rica. Rec. ? Well she's pretty nearly right? the women really do almost as they think proper. Witness. ? And she says as she shall push any mans i ven she likes, and no mans shall push her ven they I likes, vidwut de punish. Rec. ? Did she say that she would push any man when she pleased, but she wuuld let nonianpiish her. Witness. ? She did do as much as shay all dat. Rec. ? Well ske's a singular woman. She does'nt believe that one good turn deserves anotner, or that one good push deserves another. Well, gentlemen, she's pretty nearly right. She might properly push him away, but the prisoner had no right to push her or lay hold of her against her will. Thejury therefore found him guilty. Growth and Popularity of the Herald. The organiz ition of the Herald Estabi.ishmejit is now omplete. Our steam engine? double-cyl 11 der ? three news boats ? ourforeign and domestic cor respondence? our money and commercial markets? : our theatrical criticisms? our law and police reports, all united and condensed into one system, under the personal inspection and supervision of myself, thesole ed.tor and proprietor, enable us to issue two daily and two weekly papers with ease and despatch. For many weeks past we have beaten all the Wall street papers in ship news, foreign and domestic arriv als, and local intelligence of every kind. The superi ority of the Herald in commercial matters is now as universally acknowledged as it has for a long time been in every other department in life. In every branch of a newspaper, our intellectual and physical elements are far superior to any other in this city. ? As a natural consequence of this powerful organiza tion, the popularity and circulation of the Herald are increasing beyond that of any former period. This increase and this popularity are not now, as in 1935 and 1836, confined to the city or neighborhood? they are coextensive with the whole Union, and even reach to foreign countries. As a specimen of the extraordinary and powerful movement the Herald is producing on the public mind, we annex the following letters received (except the names) for one day? yes terday? from persons residing in every section of the country. ? , ? a, Dec. 22, 1S37. Ma. J amis Gordon Bex nett, ? Enclosed I send you $3, half payment for one year tor two copies of your " Weekly Herald." For want of the exact change or denomination of bills, I send you oul) half payment, with the promise that before that part has expired, toeither calf myself or remit ?3 more for these two subscriptions and also for mine. You will pleaae send two copies of your Weekly Herald? one to the address of Mr. R. S , and the T * . Wa^inii Orlpiin*i!n V V Respectfully yours, H. S. W. Utica, Dec. 20th, 1837. Ma. Bissm : About four weeks since my brother-in-law, L. T. H by name, subscribed for your Morning He rald. His primary object in so doing was, that its entertaining contents might aid in passing smoothly and profitably away these long winter evenings, which without intellectual pleasure would be intole rable. Among books, papers, and other literary para Ehernalia, your most exquisite and bewitching little lerald, for the first two weeks, stood conspicuous. Since then we have sent day after day to the post 1 office for it, but in vain. I know you to be a man whose I chief study has been human nature, and, of course, are aware of the consequences of " hope deferred. I have experienced them now for the first time; ? it is a sickness of heart, which nothing can alleviate, bat the presence of the desired object. Can you tell me where the fault liea? whether in yourself, or in the ir regularity of the mails; and if in the former, repair it without delay, if you value the welfare and happiness of one whoia Most truly your friend, OcaTavDK S? ? . Waterloo, N. V. Dec. 24th, 1837. Sir,? Enclosed is t3 to pay for your W-ekly He rald for one year in advance, from the 22d of Dec. 1837. Direct it to John P , Waterloo, Seneca Co. N. V. S. C. for S O. H. He wiahes your paper of the 23d. S. O. H. Dansvillb, N. Y . Dec. 22d, 1937. Dear Sia, ? Will voa be pleated to forward your Weekly Herald to M. M., addressed to the above office forthwith. Enclosed he sends you a three dol lar bill, a* the price for one year. The Herald ia likely to take well in th:a quarter, and 1 will endea vor to send you more nam* a sown. Very respectfully yours, dtc. A. B. B. Jambs Q. Bbknctt, Esq. Editor of the Herald, Lmm. P. O. Dec. 23d, 1837. Sia,? I enclose you throe dollars ;aend vour week ly par>? r, the Herald, to S. D., Leeds l ost Office, Green Co. N. V . CoLCMstia, Geo. 14th Dec. 1937. Ma. James O. Bswwett, New York, Sta,? Enclosed you will please find "five dollars Bank of the Untied States." one year's subscription o the Daily Morning Herald, which you will please torward at this office directly, to Reepectfully youra, Ac. Oaoaac C. Per R. A. B. Woodvillb. Miss. Nov. 16, 1S37. J. <taar>on Bewnstt, Esu. Si?,? 1 became a subscriber to the Herald during my stay in the city of New York in the summer of 1836, whish was to besent to me Irotti the 1st of Oc tober of the ?aine year to Oct 1838, the duttun being put down at the time of si<t.?rhption. Now, air, you, after the rules of your cash ?yst?m, had a right to strike me off the rolls, provided | did not, at the ex piration of my subscription year, march up with my rhine at the time detailed. I admire your svstem of ca?h payments, because it is always an ultimate good, and is i roa active of honest results : but 1 cannot award thai praise (you are accustomed to receive) for being pnm iii ??? In a|j of yoar conduct in life, r or instesd of serving me the Herald until October, you were in a hasty pud. ding humor, and atruek me off early in September u,e 3d of that month, being the last dates from my high ly esteemed editor, Jamea Gordon Bennett. Now, was tins an oversight, or have I knocked you down as you did vonr good friends the Haggerty's, without a proper understanding of the maiter. 1 hope so. Ob serve ! I lost 27 days of reading the Herald, which pa per being at the time above par, and its intrinsic value great, by means of the delinquency aforesaid, and the force of the statute, my damages are great, say forty per cent, for I cannot put you below the damngea on Stirling exchange. Now, Sir, you rsay reckon the k?ss and place it to my credit on the current year. Again, I credited vou at a great hazard, and you did not reciprocate, although 1 aavc tolerable ev idence of my being myself a "cs?h system man," for it will b* remembered if the Haggerty, Thomas ffamblin di Co. had ralaboosed you, much of out door observation would have Iw-en lost to the read ing world, coming too, from a man af great penetra tion and of fearless expression of thought Upon the whole, Mr. B. 1 have been treated a little cavalierly and must retaliate un the only way now in my power, by tending you ten dollara, subsenption for one year to the daily Herald for self, and my neighbour A. M. P. both at the Woodvtlle poet office. I make the retnittanae in two five dollar notes of a bank of our town on the Fulton bank of your city, which they will pay, as I know that they have the funds of tne Rail Road Bank now on deposit to meet their notes. Of this there is no mistake. I warrant and defend you in any thing you may say to them if they refuse. I am confident they will not, howe ver ? nous v err?ns, I hope you are very well and senoso. I believe there id no paper in the city of New Verk half so candid, hal so useful, as your He rald, and the few months that I have been deprived of its reading, has been quite a deprivation. In playfulness, Your obedient servant, P. W. F. Has the Fulton Bank paid thenoies? If ?o, you see we have some creditable banks in Mississippi who do not draw on false pretences. If not, the Fulton Bank is not the thing. Louisville, Ga. Nov. 20th, 1837. James Gordon Bennett, Esq., Dear Sir, ? 1 have been some timeout of the Em pire State, and of course know little of the details of matters and things lying in Western Babylon the Great. Within the last year or two. the spirit of change and innovation has travelled with such por tentous strides over this country, that I know not if newspapers have not become quarterly journals, and what in in y time in the city of New York was a daily sheet, filled with all the sweets of the sober thinking tnncs that then ambled sently along, may now be a ponderous torn#, showing its lace once a year, or shrunk to the slender dimensions of a penny ballad ? may now have turned out a song, perhaps turned out a sermon, is the "Herald" in the land of the living yet; I mean the Daily "Herald." Does it still possess the love andesteemof its numerous and respectable patrons; or has it gone the way of all paper establislimentsin this tree and happy land, where stealing ten dollars nr vio lating contracts in petty amounts is justly visited wi'h pains and penalties ; but where swindling nnd robbing to the nmount of millions is rewarded with legislative sanctions to demonstrate their immaculate virtue to the world? Has it, the Herald, like other paper affairs, stopped specie payment and taken the form of a mere shinplaster? Pardon me. I don't believe any sach thine, or I would not, as I now do. solicit you to send it to me to this place. 1 know nothing about it, or its ! price now, but am very anxious to become once more j its readar; and as soon as 1 know your terms, shall willingly and promptly comply with them. Send me tke Herald (Daily) to Louisville (Ga.) and oblige your very humble servant and friend. W. A. 1. Hebron, Conn. Dec. 26th, 1837. James G. Bennett, Esq., Dear Sir,? Inclosed is one dollar, for which please : send the Weekly Herald to this post office, to the address of O. D. G. You will please send me your receipt for the monev. Your obedient servant, A. H. Poccmkeepsie, Dec. 26th., 1837. To James Gordon Bennett, Sir.? Enclosed 1 send you three dollars, for which I wish you to send me one of your excellent weekly prints ; either the "Weekly Herald," or the "Weekly Herald Extra," and the latter if it contain nearly the same amount of matter as the former. You will en ter my name upon your list, commencing with the first number of th? ensuing year. 1839, and direct to my address upon the enclosed card. Please enclose my paper in a strong wrapper, and write my address in a plain manner, for there are some corrupt fellows in this place who are hostile to the circulation of the Herald. I have been induced to subscribe for the Herald, from the fearless contempt which the editor has manifested for the rotten religious and po litical notions of tho day, and his determination to?x pose vice and corruption, whereverfound. I believe that the public is prepared, and will sustain him in his ef fort %o punfy and rudeem the American press from its truly lamentable and mercenary condition. Y ours, &c. A. H. P. Hartford, Dec. 25, 1637. Mm. Bensett, ? Sir : I address you for the purpose of sub scribing for your truly valuable paper, the Herald. 1 w?h von ?'i ?<?nd it as Iqmr ?? the enclosed bill will pay for it. I am aware that the amount is small, but I trust that your experience has brought you not to. "dispute the day tot' small things." Perhaps you would like to know thn reason which has induced me ' to select your papor from nmong the hundreds ar.d thousands which are issued within the borders of our enlightened and happy country. I, sir, am a devoted admirer of freedom of every kind ; yes, freedom in its broadest ivnse, and I havo observed that among the many hundred diHerent papers with which thia coun try is flooded, most of them are bound and fettered in their opinions by the shacklesof party ? slaves to some E articular creed, religion or political party. They are ound to advocate all of the doctrines and principles, ( to support and applaud all the acts and practices of | their particular sect, and lo condemn all the acta, re- j vile and persecute all thoae who dare to advance an * Mpmion contrary to their own; whether they be acts of just ice, charity, love, or benevolence, proceeding , from truly honest hsarta, or whether they be mere ' party acta, and performed for mere political effect. Sir, I am happv to fin i that your paper is an excep tion, that von are bound to the car of no party, sector religion ; you manifest an independence and decision of character, which must raise you in the estimation of every true champion of liberty. Your paper abounds with that freedom of thought, that depth of mind, that profound MM 'hat inspiring wit, that sublimity and originality of idea, that independence and manly spi rit that cannot fail to command attention and respect. Ton hsveby vour untiring exertions acquired a name as imperishable as the" everlasting hills. A revolu- ' tion has commenced in the literary world ; a revolu tion of taste, sentiment, feeling and deaire, and it must , be a source of extreme gratification to you to know and be assured that you are its "splendid phosphor." j Now I think of it, my dear Bennett, could not you contrive to give us a " fac-simile' of your features on paper ; something which would give us, at least, sn idea of the original, so that every young lady and gentlemsn might have you constantly before them, j and, as they look at the representation, be led to ad mire the or ginal. Years hence, when we shall have pa??ed away, our children would view it with delight, and be led to ?.iy, with a sigh, " Alas! we ne'er shall look upon his like sgam." Please send me the weekly paper, directed to Youra, Ac. H. To James Gordon Bennett, Esq. These are only a specimen of the letters received at this office in one day, shewing the amazing popularity and increase of the Herald. The attack made upon our character and buaineaa by the rival prees of Wall street has been among theprinc.pal means of widen ing and extending our popularity. We have received many letters from persons, order ng the Herald, who are incited thereto, by the attacks of the prees. Yet with all this feeling in our favor, and the possession of means to carry out our viewa, we are persuaded that we are only in the beginning of a great and glo rious career of reformation in liberty, morala, religion, ' and aricnce. Yeeterday we paid up the last payment ' due for our New ? Boat Establishment, by adding to it a boat which had been built for the Express, but i which that concern could not pay. I owe nothing in this world to any person. My double cylinder press, my ateam engine, my typea, my newaboat, my whole eatablishment, are all my own. 1 am my own True tee. Thus we tro. The Mon*t*o Hbbald contains ear- j bar, better, and more mtereating foreign and domestic than any other in Wall street? and the Evskiko | Herald slmo*t every day beats the whole evening press of this city in ahip news and general intelli gence. Any person taking both papera in the city, can save mvney, for no other journal is neceasary to give a right v>?w of public affairs. The following are now the papers leaned from thia office:? nmnui ptrxadt. ptr annum, ftr Mpy. M on wine Hbbal?, daily, 25 2 rents. Kvbnino HrsALo, daily, do. do. W'berlv Hebai i>. Saturday, 3.00 A rente. Wbbki v Hbbali> Extba. Wodneenay, 3.00 6 rents. ! Semi- Wr.Bwir Hibald, Wed. A Sat. 5 00 6 cents. | Lady montagve'i compound chi. N BSE SOAP ? Price M cnti, ? Par beautifying tb? com plexion, removing Archie*, sunburn, tan. for healing eruptions, cl apt. kc., celebrated for removing unpleasant roughness of Use skin, producii? a rich emollient aad fragrant lather e* cedent quality for the toilet and nqraery. Thin delightful Cain pound if composed of more emoMicnt ingredients than any Soap that is off ered for the toilet, and peculiarly adapted to the nursery and fair sex. Tli'a superior article justly merit* the high character for gen tlemen (having a heavy beard and tender lace. ICr Be cautiout about buying other Boa pa, at there are pro pertiea about them that are vrry injurious. Pot sale by A. Underbill, 38 Beekmaa at., corner of William; Dr. J. H. Hart, corner ol Broadway and Chanter* st.; Dr. Syiiie.63 Bowery, comer Walker ?t. and 7 Bond it; also, at ScbeiffeUn's, 114 Canal St.. corner Lawrence ?l. Price 50 cvra* per rake. CTKMLING'8 OCtlKNTAL. BALSAMIC O COMPOUND.? Aa eflkacious, salutary, and efl.ctual re medy in all cn?esof Leucorrha*a,lnvHlu?ttary Emissions, Se*?i. nal Weakness, Irregularity of lha Manses, Irritated oi Disrates action of the Bladder, and in all diteatet of tlie Urinary Or Slim. The immediate reliel generally afforded l.y the use of e Balsamic Compound, ia a short space of time, h<- so much heightened it* celebritv in Ihe cure of the above diseases, it is confidently offered with accompanying certificates ofthe mom eminent of the British Paculty, which will stamp the lath re putation ia which the unique preparation is valued. Prepared only by W. Sterling, White Chapel, London. Sold wholesale aaa retail, by NATilAN B. ORAHAM, fv4-fiiu* No Nassau ?t.. comer of Fulton. BAD THE FOLLOWING ASTON'SIIINC CURE OF CONSUMPTION. ? A gentleman, whose name and residence w e will give to nny one ? isbing It, hut who does not wish it floating about in the public press, communi cates ;hus:? He has been ill for itboul two y?ars with a cough, occasioned by a severe cold, and attended with severe pan in the side and chest, r tot-it g about a pint a Hay of matter from tlie lungs, shortness ol' breath, emanation, sweats, and at times raising of blood, lie was attended for a long time by the first physicians in this city, who finally said they could do no more for Uim; lie then retorted to patent remedies, and of these he took myriads? giving til a fa'r dial, hut all was useless. At length he look three bottles of Dr. Taylor's Balsam of Liver wort. ai d is now daily intending his business, a strong and healthy man. He is willing to rive any intormaliofc necessary re-pec tini; hiscase. Aiiply at Si5 Bowery, where this medicine is told. dl2-lni* MK?. BIKD'S CKLRBKATKD AP?fcRl. ENT AND TONIC RENOVATING VEOETABl E PILLS? MRS. BIRD. #n?OU raged by the many fluttering encomiums w liich she in* received from her numerous Iriends, an ? desirous of benefitting the human family, w Induced toof lertothe public the above medicine at t snfe and certain cure for all disease' of tlie stomach and con, plaints arising from Indi ge*tion and excess of b le. These pills have never been known to fail to ert'ecl a permanent and radical cure by proper ap plication and per?e\erat?ce ; Indeed so abundantly efficacious lias been their result that thousands can testify t? their valuable ami bene licial properties. The proprietor of tbe reeeipt does not intend to tire the patience ofthe public by detailing, in a long puffing preamble, the many important qualifications of these glls over any other In present use, but merely to enumerate a w of the many disorders ofthe body, which they have been known tocorrect and perfectly eure? Kill i? uf and liveraffec lioiis, costiveness, asthma, piUs, settled pains, dyspepsia, chro nic ami inflammatory rheuaiatiah, headache, impurity of the fluids, nervous debility, the sichiiess incident to females in delicate health, and in fact for every description of disordered health t+iey will he f und an easy, certain and infallible reme dy. Mrs. 'Bird offers her Renovating Pills to the public in tbe tonfidem anticipaii"n that the* will be found univertilly an invaluable family friend. Sold only at 7 Division street, by MRS. BIRD. Advicegratis. o27-3m? R. t HEKHV'I ASTRINGENT PILL.S. An effectual cure lor obstinate discharges from urinary caaal, whites, suppression, irrerulsrit*^. and all female com plaints arising Irom w eakness of constiSmon. la gravel and loss of command of bladder, they soon completely cure. In diseases of tbe kidneys, bladder, and prostrate glan,. they Rive unspeakable relief. Over . 50,00# boxes have been sold in lew York without any complaint to any agent. For sale whole sale and retaH by A. B. k D. SANDS, l?te Walton St. corner of William, and at the following drug stores : Corner Dey and Broadway; cor. Walker and Broadway; Nonet, 644 Broad way ; cor. t;ross and Pearl ; cor. Bowery and Walker; cor. Grand and Bowery ; cor. Henry and Pike: cor. Canal and Hudson, cor. Houston aad Bowery, and P. Burnett's, 35 Sixth Avenue. (E r Pnee 91 per box retail. They are also for sale by Dr. Veung. No 33 South Fourth at. Philadelphia, and in Albany by Sands k Shaw, kc., kc., d29 lni" To those: who ark svffrhino with coughs, colds, asthma, influenza, w hooping cough, affec tions of the sliest or lungs, ic. tbe Pectoral Honey oi LlVer wort is offered as a safe and certain rextedy; the efficacy of which has been fully proved, to tbe satisfaction of numerous individuals, who have received the most essential relief from this valuable preparation , when all other remedies had failed; it facilitates expectoration, Moderates inflammatory action, pro motes tbe functions of the skin, nourishes and invigorate* those constitution w hich have been impaired by protracted harking coughs. It is sanctioned by many of our physicians who have witnessed, and speak in high terms of the lieneficial results de rived from its use. The proprietor is constantly receiving evi dences of its happy effects, the grateful observations of many who have experienced perfect relief, wiib a description of their rases, will with their free consent appear hereafter. ? Price 9a. per hell ie. For sale by James D. Nowill, sole ptwpurufr, c.Ktbarie sis; OlcoU, McKiseen li Co. 145 Maiden Lane; at 12*> Broadway, corner o*-<tiu- mi l Orliff <S99 Broadway, and 6 Bowery; Allen k Ingersoll, ,'t48 Grand,' cor aer Norfolk st; J. Wler. 248$ Giaml st; C. L. Wbite,405 Pearl st; T. R. Hibbard, 228 B twery; C. P. Cougnacq, 39 Chatham st; T Manson, 8-V! Greenwich, corner Barrow; D. Carnet, i 8th avenue, comer 15th st. XT Olxii rve th.-H every outside wrapper bears the proprie or's signature, without which none are genuine. The trade upplied atn liberal dbcrmnt dl6-lm* Taxsc PUILOIOPHKEB ITONIC AT LAST DISCOVERED!? The Venereal disease exterminated I Tlie celebrated Dr. POETT'S Gonorrlxea Es adicator never Inilt in any case. The directions are perfect; lully and ?le? ly describing ever) symptom an<f stage, and showing the only sure method of cure. It is acknowledged the prevalence of this disease hat wonderfully decreased since the iatroductioa of tbe Erndicator. For sale by A. B. k D. Saodt, 1P0 Fulton street; Byrne's cor. Bowery and Walker st, J B. Nonet, 644 Broadway, and P. Burnet, 35 6th avenue. Price SI. d29-lm' D Thompson's surgical, tkibb.-m km ridge ttreet. (hetweei Orand and Broom') Nrw York.? The unaarallele l aucceaa which hat attended the application of thi* T ra?* in cm iag caae* which lia<l bera given op a* hope lott after having tried all other kind*, prove* iu *uperiority. It iawora wlthperfect ea*e and lafrlT, Si* dayt* (rial are al to wed. ThitTiw bat bee* etamlaed by ia ore than 200 of the iro*t celebrated Surge?n* and Pbyticiaaa in New York, who agr.e in Hyiti; it po*ae?*e? qual'tie* tuperior to any other in u*e. ABDOMINAL SUPPORT KRN ob an enure new principle and ?aperw>r In any ia ote, afi2i?* S. R. BENJAMIN. Agent. ?t Kldrtdge ttreel nOCTOR CARPEMTEH'N PECK SLIP U DIIPKRIARV , NO. 4, PKCK BLIP, firtt iW below Pearl ttreet. Doctor Carpenter having had the advantage* of a regular medical education, and baring received bi? Diploma for the practice of Phytic and Surgery, from the New York State Medical Society, and laving bad twenty mi year*' general and very tuccenful practice in thi? city devote* hit pertonal ami undivided attention to the cut* of all diteate* Incident to frail humanity, and particularly to a certain rla?* or train ol diteaaet for which *o many nnatrum* aad plant of medicine abound in tbe column* of tlie newtpapera. Di*ea*et require to be treated agreeably to tbe ?y mpiomt that may prevail and the varioo* ?tage? ami change* they nay a**ume? and beace the lea*t reflection mutt ?ati*fv any di*cerntng mind that no tperific no?trum caa be apaHcable toallcate*. The extensive experience or Dr Carpenter in all ttage* and varieliet of tint di*ea?e, enable* bim to offer a tpeedy and thorough cure, and to adopt a rlat* of medicine* to arranged ami compounded a? im to offend the taate or lead to ?utpicioa ? compound* totally unknown to the ordinary quatkt of the day. tT Heparate entrance* aad nfllce* have been arranged for the privacy of patient*, who caa never come n contact? Charge* moderate and adapted ta tbe rapacity of tbe patient. Aa infallible preventive of eertaia diseases to be obtained at thefofficc? Price. $Z jl-2m^ 1MIDW1PERV.-MR.X. BIRD having been duly qaa lvl lifted, ta a lying-in boapital in Kurope, a* may be teen by ber te*tlmoaial? and certificate*, odei * her nrofeaaional *er?ice* to the ladie* of New York. Reference can be given whnm ?he bat attended, and alao to manr gentlemen af the larulty la thia city? Dr. Bu*h. Br. Praacia (Profetaor) Dr. Ralph, Dr. Wolf, Dr. Wright. ami other*. N. B. m rv Bird appri*e*the ladie* who have kindly fhvored her with their patronage, aad female* gene* ally that the con tinue* te be roatulted on the different aervou* affection* conae oaent in peculiar otaget; ber treatment it mi)<l .yet alwayt pro dunag a talulary change ia tbe ?y*tem? to tba tbe delicate or tenaitive female en.oyt better health daring prelacy ibaa at olber time*. h be al*a devote* her attention to the di*raae* ofwtmn and children and alluntoward aflictioo* incident la female*. He. Capping aad leech tag. Residence No. 7 DivMoa ?traet. oT7-?*' M- Ri. BIKO'ICKLKIHATBDHOO ? (UNO AYROP por children ccttino truth? TO MOTHERS AND NL R8B8? Mother* aad naraea are informed that an infallible remedy la prepared by Mm. far children teething? a remedy which ha* been the mean* of ?av. Ing tbe II vet af many a darling babe even when tbe convalaiont have baffled all *hilL It it only nece*aary to rub tha child'* gami with the ?ymp to effort a recovery: ami at it lt ao ex tremely plea*arrt to the ta*te no child will mind the applies lion. It It alao very effectoal in openlag the pore* of tbe gum* previeut to any appearance ol teeth. And It will alao be mund an excellent Wedatde companion for narte* ar mothers in pre venting coovul*ion*. favert, kr. ariilng from pain* intbegnnM no the chid'* waking lathe night, by immediately applying la aa above. Sold only oy MBS IHD. T Division utreat r|v|l K V K SBS M K A L. CON till KHOM-HI:NT i. PR'S RED BROP, for the effectual extirpation of every ?pec let and *ymptom ol Ihe Venereal diaease Hunter '? Wed limp ha* long lieen ia geaeral a*e by the public, be?lawlng j hles?ing? aad receiving praitt) ll it scarcely In the power of *keptici*m lo doubi it* virtae*. ?*? of envy to dsny them. when it haa achieved an atcendant career of u?efalae?* which distance* the competition af ra*re boa* ful prett lisilMa, and ka* secured a cen?Y>icaou* ttation ia umver*al favor, by intrinsic worth alnae. Thi* invaluable medicine can be nb tained a? No. .Sf North *lxth *t. Philadelphia! 5 Division *c N. Yorkt 7 tlaaover *t Bit ton; M HamillaaaL Albany. d8i- Im" UK. VAN IIAIf BRItT'S PK.HAliK WK1?? VATINW PILLH, PR?M ORBMANY-An effectual ra nedy for *uppre*?ion, Irregalariiy, and all caaet where natare toe* not have her proper and regular ooarte. N. B. They man eat be takea daring pregnancy, atihey etll pr?Hluce atiortioa. Said by J. H. Hart, corner af Broadway and Chamber* *tz R. M. (vnioa comer 1 4 Bowery and Orand at. ; and bj P. Harnett. Sftfifh avenue. j.l lm* TO TIIK t NKORTl'NATK- III NTER'S RKD DKf IP? A ?lngle l?ottle of tkit infallible remedy for vene real di*eaae, when u*ed ll dlreete.1, ha* been found in ever* inctance to effect a *afe and *pe? dy care having never failed. It it ackaowledged lo bo th* mott certain, afe and ea?y cure that wat ever discovered; It doet oat req.ilre any rettriation in diet. Price one dollar? to be obtained only at Ihe office, S division ?tr et. dW Ira* designer lor ine um oi every individual, but More especially those w hose circumstance* require that they obtain ? as well H ?? immediate ami periect cure. The Treatise, (which may be had alone II' wished lor,) in lilted in the lid of a litlle chest, exceedingly convenient in travelling, and which contains every medicine, he. r.ect'ssary for the won periect and speedy cure of these complaint*. It it impottible lo expreisa the satisfaction this little book a fiords to all who are interested in the subject. It begin* by describing what raally is, aud wliat U not venereal diseasd. There are several complaints which very nearly reseiubl# this disease, but which are perfectly innocent. Now these, by unprincipled men, are always callwd venereal. The reason us evident. and thus the poor confiding patient first gels robbed, ami then, too often, ruined in his Iwalth and spirits. This little volume then proceeds to show. that, under the word venereal, two distinct enesases are included, vis: Venereal disease, pro perly so called, and Oooorrliea, called***". It is ol great importance to know the difference between the two, for the treatment proper in the one is most injurious in the oihea, ? Oonorrhea in one person, never produces venereal in another ?neither does venereal ever produce the Gonorrhea. It then goes on to show ihe proper use, as well a? the abu.-e "I wir cury; lor it should be known that, aHh? ugh, in most csasu, mercury is absolutely useless ami huiliul, yet on the other hand, there are circumstances in which it is absolutely needed, and nothing is so easy as to know what tl*?se cucumstances are. .Moreover, in the author's practice, auti under the direc tions hi iIms lit tic book, mercury is rendered an exceed ingly mild and efficacious remedy, 'The next chapter treats of .Gonorrhea, (the disorder attended with a running) and givesthe best means of curing it: it also j.oi its out Ihe eon sequences of allowhsg u Uoiivrrheu to continue on from month to month uncured, such as , strictures, kc. Then lollows a chapter on stricuir<? itself, and which is made exceed iiiKly plain and interesting, for it is this loim of the disease in wh.eli so much ignorance and knavery is practiced. These are per* us, for instance, who pi. tend to cuie it with a l>ox of pills or a bottle of drop., w hile ev-ry kurge* 11 knows that all the phytic ill the world would never rure a stricture. Nei ther ii there any thing which s;> much i-mMe, ihe .gnotant, or is so horrible in iis ultimate consequences (i?, w.Hii?-nt while, in general, if proper means are bs?d, ?oili!Hg Is so *afe and easy as its cure. The remaining chapters areon tkose other forms of vene real diseases which sometime* appear in dirtWeni constitutions, sexes, kc. and thtse refer to every circumstance that enn pos sibly ari?e in any ?tage of this complaint, < veil from its first symptoms down to lis most negleeu d lorin ; and here it sbotld lie known that there is a form of venereal disease Wi-ich lien so dormant in iIk- constitution, as lo show itsell in iio oihsr way than in its effects upon posterity. The treatment of all these, however, is ahum i'.ntly }>lain and efficacious, so that anyone having this little chest or inediciue complete, may undertake his cu'e with perfect safety and success The price of the chest of medicine, 4ic. is $12; the hook ; aloneis $1, forwarded to any pari of il e world. ! Letters in CO' sukation, or lor the che?t, to be addressed to I the author, DR. KAL1MI. No. 38 Coitlandt street, N. Y. P. S. Since publishing this little book, ihe author has been j consulted on so mauy distressed sin.l ruined ccnstitutions, (chiefly from trusting to a certain description of advertising people.) as to bad him to the opinion ihat there should* be Mime practitioner of known integrity ami skill, piofessedly prepared at all tinies to give tlse best assistance n tt.ai disease, and to wtioni 'uch patients inifht apply wiili confidence. For this reason the writer deem* it proper here to state, that he is a gra duate ofthe University of Kdinburgh. a m< mber of the Royal College ol Surgeon*, London, and auihoi ot a work expressly on these disorders. Also, that he has le-umonial letters from the highest physic'ansin Europe to the "most eminent in Ame rica, (Dr. .Matt of New York, and Dr. Pbysich of Philadelphia) and which he will be happy to show to any one who wishes ib dll lm* \|i?s. MUTT, THE CKLKKIIATKO I r.MALI 1*1 PHYSICIAN, of Boston, would lespwtfuPly give notice to the Ladies of New York and vicinity , that she nis commen ced practice in this city, at her residence , No. 74 Leonard street, nearly opposite the National Theatre. Having collected, dnnng ner 'ate tout in Europe, Herb*. Roots and essential Oils, not to be obtained in America, she will he enabled to meet diseases in their most loraiidahle appear ances. The ?reat succes- which has attended her treatment of diseases in this country, is a guarantee of what may be expect ed. The many delicate complaints incident to the female frame, render aay argument in favor of the Female Physician unnecessary. Mrs. Motl pledges herself to cure or reHeve the tollowhig diseases Rheumatism, Tic Dolores*. (cured witlioul the use of lancet,) Contractions, Paralyzed Limbs, Palsy, Decline, Con sumption, Dropsy, Humors, (Scrofula, Sak Rheum, King's Evil, Canker, Ringworm, kc. kc,) Catarrh, Scald Heads, Af fections of the Eyes, D- spepsia. I ehi ity, Spinal affections. Nervous symptoms, White swellings, Worms, Asthma, Jaun dice, Liver Complaint, Hemorrhoids, Piles, Female Weakness* es, kc. kc. In con)unction with her medicines, Mrs. Mott will administec her celebrated Pate*nl Medicated Chiampooand Laxung Baths., to invalids and others. Too much cannut Ite said in favour of> these baths, which are the vapour from different herbs and ee setitial oils, to suit tiie disease* for which they are taken. They are perfectly sate us administer to (he most debilitated, impart ing to such strength they are not only a lusung, but a cure in nil chronic complaints, and a preventive againot all conta gious diseases. One trial will convinc< the uiost sceptical of their utility. For a luxury to tlie healthy , they are csnculated to promote a free perspiration , olesnse .* ften and purify the skin. Mrs. Mett having made the dlseasesoi children a particular branch of her profession, she will be wtabled to sure disease* dial have l.aiHed the skill o tthe most talented physician. Na mercury or mineral of any kind used. w??rs for serine nn?i??? frwii in in the morning, nntll 6 in the evening. Oentleinen can coma an ic ate witi Mrs. Motl, only thionsh ? wife or mother. any"hour ""the^rtay'"'"4 C"" ^ "rr"">""K,"te<l wilb ?* Family patent rights for the above Waihs can be obuinan on applicauoa. tr Letters Irom the country post pmb, wii receive immedi ate attention. olO-Soi* AiTD? MR. BERNARDUS LKHKBORR takes the l~:- .1 ?- ' -? ? >?ti mf V n!es?ure to inform his lientts ai d the public n general, that na has opened an Apoiiiecurjr's Sioik at No. SJ Chan. hers st, two dotirs from Chatham, where be will l>e oai py to wail day and night upon those who may honor htm with their pa tronage. He has studied in Europe, *nd for the last sixteen months he was employed in the well known establishment of Mr. J. Miihau, where he trusts he has given entire satis faction. Medicines of the bestnuality will he u?e?i by him, and physi ciaa's prescriptions willbn put up wiitiraie and despatch, and at the lowest terms powihle. nMn' ~f|f| HKWAHli. ? CKim.?'? sr KCI I IC MIX Tl KK? For the cote ot Onipiirliaii, Olttii, rtrilh tures i?d?n?l?(?M complaints ibi- > i'v ?*?*? of generation.? The Gonorrhata is a coniai i* .Nnjt and annoying maiady, that has laag ckisted. dses rikl, <nd ever will ciirt. and ? 100 well known to require any ? i p< nation. It is quite ?asy to l?e got; but has !>een very difrnm in get clear of. It fc a companion that hat few admire, although rt seams ao irry solicitous at admiration. It pervmle* all r^atiio/' society, high and low, rich and poor.matrtmonia ami mu le. Although to troublesome ia MmC, atot <? d ?t rrmmf, and W ten latal in it* coBaequencea, ii ia a ?n*ra?e the treatment far which ha* been mare intel? ruble ii>a>. it?? N A person who lr so unfortunate as to caairart the complaint. if h? fcdlowa a fashionable ad vice.must tire deprive Hhiim i- of all application la business which perhaps rrqaires b>? innoediate attention, ub "eiercisehas a tendency to acjrratxte the difficulty, " and confine nmseli In nis room. He nni?t tistn oe a>e<), leeched, kept constantly sick with dosea of isrmr emetic, purjred.de firtvnd of. *11 articles of food,an<? n^ual * rink, In order tn Itreoh nflammatory action. Then lollo* ? n Ion, .tain of nauneattng miitures, irritating Injections, lot I- i ? mininesis ami fomsnta Hon. Every day snme new clmm e miki l>e made, until at last, after the patient has been kept "nndrr kand" sit or nino mouths, bets left with a slricture.?ti~ra>e of the prostrate gland, swelled testicles, chronic inrisntrns .< ri ol lite omens mens brane of the blander, ifleet, or n-O ' other detestable malady, that wdl remain incurable as long uh he hie* and from the Ant an eiposure that einUs the r dirn!* of nil around btm. In Cross's ffptcific Miiture Ibe p?*r?'?n t osaanse* a remedy that completely ahvtateaaii th? *r mff'ioilUea, and mabeaa ran* id and peiosuient care wiibois< tbr tenet regard to diet, drink, or esercian. The reme.iy Is unparalleled in jK.wer. It has the specific property of entirely neutralising tfc<* po ???. mm ? op pressing ail symptoms of the romp' a<nt, imc'tuea in iwrnty-foar hoars. It is not oar nbject to give a lot.* i|uf<ku>h recommend.? Much eiperience, alargs naml-er ot and extensive oh* eereetioii has pro?e<l, inron.iov. n .. , .-if,, j, v i? short, s?ch is the confidence in the Mistar.-, foondad on obser ration alone, that ibe proprietor chalk < *es a -ingle case ol re cent <*onorrhoen tn br brought, in she b the Mature will sst effect a rapid cares under a fofteiiire of ?MA It is presented to tb? public tor their U neftt, as they stand much i a need of it, and it is liojscd they w rtl make a proper u?*e>.t Withtitta remaay persons can tore trtcni?ei*ec wrfaouttbe least eipocure, chance of diet, i* etiang* application to bu siness. These areconcidera n ns fntly treat tobeof con sequence. The medicine contains aotho f that i? *>? tie lea?t mjory la the <*rn>titntien. Oallonso It a rht b? taken but no han? would follow, Further, the disease cannot tc . unirict. It a dnse of the Mifr tere is taken at nightnn goini: to he.i wlea r, pnsed It is put up in IXMtlea. with lull d rert>nn? acaompanying Ik at 91 a bottle. One hottle last* a work, wlwh generally caret. Many are cured in two days For sole only bv Milnorh ?a?i*''le, 1t* Br.*dway, corner a4 Oey street s Dr. tooioo. corner nt <?r?n?t anrf Bowery ; M. G. fflocum, comer of Broailwa> an. I>n si,? ?< ???; A. k D. Bamts, 100 Fulton st. cornet o? W .Hi. in, w-Ynrk ?, Jonrs h Hutchinarni. comernf Chesrnt 6 Seventh *?.. FhHadrlplila. N. Call for Croaa's Mper fic W<*n ? Tha propriewx** ?lf aature and namberof r*-side?ee Is r* tie label nf each bottle. DK. 1 ? ? )'*Hk st blso4B?e. No. 17 Dosne ?treet, l>etw? > ? Chiith?o\ -nd William sts.oa the Ca Mowing disease*, _M<?norih?r-i. ***??*, t hsocren, Jltrictures, Beminal Wrak nr? and tiie nunietmis diseases aria tn( from reneraal poison or imprpjier t'r atoient Dr. Johnaoa enrs(re? to rem?*e any re. i-hi affeclioa in t\?n or three day% and the moat in?eterale cs?e* 11 a pr.ip..ri? . ate lime, without the use of any debilitatinf ?>r inindlrn?n? 'nediclne, or prevt? tma fn>m bu?tne?*. Fersoiv. eof .ttng tb? oi-elras to Or. Jah?> son's care, may date theww Km ? <tk a cerMlnsy of surreta, la the most anrra*?ed case- M, r< fvlo?? n-es. ulcerated le(% h?. ?peedi1y h?*led. Utranvi r? would do well hy gisiag Of. Johnson a call, as a certain pi > wnuiisr itmy be made afalMk the occurrence of the fnrr c ???s? <?<?ea- ?. w Wck has nerer 1 1D? ed when u?ed within twenty fotir horns after eiposure. L*?* ter? post paid, and enrloairg ;? lee, can hf?* the necessary ** diolne, aad directions for lt? ti e f?n wardrd Attendance from ?, A M tollatnirhl. Dr. Jnbnse* ?* mo^dfrom^^ltiHllbrr^i^ rl ^ Hannatt'a Aewersi>|>et l<:MRtdlahin*Ma No. Hi tss Srans.T. Mnatstna Httsta? l?n>H every norm n r rmc'P1 w annoy.? Frire, two cents per cop\ t 'onntr* ?ul'?er ?i.wiH'*"1** same rate. for anvspeciA. s rr (r<n?e ia anranea No paper sent out, unle-*. pn?i Rrrmisn Mbrsld.? I"i ??< nrry ,ffrf-noan at t ncKMli Frlce, two cents per cop* f 'fMiniry ?i./?srriber? turnissieu av the same rate. t.a?k. In advance. . _ ., Wreki.t HllsLH-lnssil r?rr? ?'Clock. Price. ? Mrrni* r c^py ?? eawMTf snh?cTil?ersBt fS per amoiii advance. ... . _ WtriLT Hcast.n Fxrss -l?t^.' e?.nr Wednesday mor? Inx at nlna Wrlock. l-ric P*r * couatry sahaenbers at ?s annam pay ah ?<J?i Meaaca ApvtBTlSCMrKT? Inserted in an* "C ?d ISSSf papors asaal rate?? always pay ?bl?- in mWnn- - rnaas.ssnPsor.isTs 4re feqne.ted W yldrw theW etMTBie James floriinsi Bennew projwMnr ?,ni all letiert to br post paid.