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I Pwmear RTrabif Edition ofyc-t?rdny.| To tkc oil "SpaaUk Ball'* the City Hall. Old Bell ! old Bell ! What <4o?t ikttn bere f Thy place i? Wmtc monks wit* reverense have knelt, At the sound ?<" thy deep clear ton*. Tbou ha?t culled the nun t* morairg prayer* Full oil and in?ny ? time ; And old and y?ung have ImweJ to tbee A i Uir ve?per? evening chime. H urn mats, the ho*t, and holy th ng?, Ta>-a K<? M-f* in full urray? B Jt Umse who wili*h**d tlieiu with thee, Have Iwiig ?iace pasted away. I? tune of elvll discord too, Thou_m?nv a peal h?M rung; Aiul fi e*' red irlow hath bronzed thine eJge la the niche where thou wert hu g. Tbou mt n strain' er here, old Bell! Ami vet thou ^ould'st rei^ice Ojr ciiy'* " Kua-dun saint" to he With Uiy starring, warning voice. J. R- B. From Jamaica, West Indie* ? The John Jr. Ca ter. the regular Jamaica packet, arrived last night with files of that Island to the 1st inst. The Kingston Mar ket quotations of the 31st ult. state that hhds. sugar sold at 30s. 4i!.per '.00 lb., anil barrels flour at 49j. 2d. per brl. The 8ih Regiment of foot doing duty in Jamaica, was under orders for Canada. This corps hM been many years on the island, and is nmch respected. It is foare.l that the transition from heat to cold ma\ affect the health of the officer* and raen. A public ^nlc of ?ce was advertised on the 30th Jan ti%ry. Ti e editor, in announcing i?, bursts into rap tures at the anticipation of such a luxury beneath such glewing skiei. An editor in Jamaica, r.amed Shannon, has been ac quitted by a jury, on an indictment for libel, in charging a clerrytaan, named Hill, with sundry very unclerical pastimes. The Jamaica press are very warm in their expressions of satisfaction at this result. Cklvslry of Kechrster to Lsily Hca?l--Pro jccl of Ivitlnuppiiig? the Lieut. Gortruur of I'j pur Can**!'*. We regret to 'earn that a great deal of rudeness and brutality was exhibited al the Eagle Tavern, Roches ter, to Lady Head, the consort of the Lieutenant Gaver nor of Upper Canada, as she passed through that city, on her way to New York. Her Ladyship was only ac companied by her daughter, and Mrs. Dalrymple, the widow of the General of that name, and sister of Sir Francis Head. They did not think it necessary to be occompanied by any gentleman ? as they thought that unprotected females would find a passport every where in the gallantry and sense of honor of the other sex, however their feelings might be excited by passing events. Net so thonght the patriots of Rochester. A bystander informs us, that Lady Head and her female companions had taken an extia, paid their way through te this city, and had the way bill in their possession. At the Eaule Tavern, Rochester, where they stopped for an hour or two, a crowd collected, and were very anx ious to know whether Sir Francis was present, and in sisted upon knowing the fact. In consequence, several of the mob came into the room, and the clerk of the coach oflice made a demand for the way bill from Lady Hea?i, nnd would not be satisfied until she delivered it up. The language of the crowd was very violent, and the apprehensians of the laJies were very painfully ex< cite?l L? y the menaces and curses of the persons round the house in reference to Sir Ftsncis. Connected with this subject, we have ascertained that, in expectation of the Lieut. Governor passing that way, a pang bad posted iuelf at Lewiston, with a view of taking possession of his person, and carrying him to Lorkport. where the Grand Jury had found a true bill against liim, McNab and odiera, as being accessories in the Pchloiser business. Fortunately for the honor and tranquillity of these States, Sir Francis did not leave his government to escort hia family, feeling fully confident that females would be treated with respect every where. Had he pa&sed through, the consetfuences weuld have been pa nful; he would have resisted any indignity, and the evil passions which urged the instigators of such a plan, would have hurried them into further violence, and Lyneh law might have been the result. Great Britain would have flown to arms, to avenge the insult ntf* red to the representative of its crown, and we should have had to make a humiliating apology, or maintain an ut'uiat c.-urse originating in vielence and supported by injustice It is a bad business in every respect ; and the spirit which prompts such manifestations, will yet set the frontier in a flame, unless energetically and imme diately repressed. T nr. CIovirior or Lower Canada ? There i* to be a general illumination in Montreal on the evening of the day when Sir John Colborne assumes the reinaof government. Thia event wit to have taken place on Thursday last, but ha* been deferred nil Lord Gosford leave* the province, which he haa been prevented from ?^>tng by meeting with an accident while stepping into hia carrinlo, or aleigh.in commencing hia journey. lVlUlt" Eujoymi aU-tht Hnaw and Its Pleasures* The ? ldden and unexpected fall of anow that has e >tne t<> enliven the dull and unvaried monotony of natur* since the commencement of the new year, haa made every body in the city on the qui vie* ; and thou* aaad* have improved the opportunity, and put every veli !e in req liaition that waa auaceptible of being taken < fl spring* and placed upon runnera. Every co-ich and private carriage ha* changed ita character and mstwad of rolling on their way, they have been taught to glide, bearing multuudea to Harlaem, Bloom ingda'.e, and Cato'a ? indeed since Friday morning, those place* have preaented the lively image of an European f? ? r ? n aort of licenaed Saturnalia, where day ?rid night are confounded, and nothing but fun, aport and joyouancsa are the order of the hoar. No persons have enjoyed thia change eo much aa tlie ladies who have aummoned their cavaliers to obey their Vehcst*. and bv whom the vehicle* above alluded to, have been chartered to convey their pre cious freight* to the amuaieg acene, where, with tier res braced by the shsrp and exciting breete, and spirits qnickent d by the impulaea and inspiration of the occasion, they rtttle on with that engaging, inno eent, and delightful e?*?#ri#, ao charming in ita artleaa nea?. so amusing by ita wit, ao touching by ita senti neat- 4 I Tbey have enjoyed the alteration of tlie weuher. but tlie tavern keepers of the suburb* and the sleigh dri ?era have profited alao. From the noon of Friday until thia present writing, the road to Bloomingdale. H?r lem, an. I Cato'a. has b?*en thronged without intermis sion. The city aeema to be eraay ? ao much ao that twenty dollar* have been asked sad readily given for a sleigh a I two horse* for the afternoon ? and this quo tation is rapidly ?n the Increase. Homehow or other, amid al! the difficulties and urgency of the times, money ia always forthco mg at the bidding of pleasure ; and tbe nainiatere of ls-nry and enjoyment fiod their profit in any vieieiils4e? sn<l fisctnatiane The tar'ff of --liarges for animsl and creature com flbrts ia rated very high at HI mmingdale and the p*r* circum acent A ahill.ng i* aske l for n segar, and two sh Ming* ia the price of a glass ?f beer . and a pretty harvest will be rea|?ed ay these purveyors, who know h >w i" take time by the forelock, and levy toll on all the frequenters of vanity vair, who throng ia myriads to the ?pot st the bidding ofbenaty, annit.xs to make the moat af tite frost and anow which ia rapidly melting aws; un ti" tie influence of the advancing season, ami the snki ? putif-iple af nature which will soon be visible n balmy spring. Important most tmc Front j**.? It i? staled with confidence that there is t force ef about 1300 mei, inclu ding Indians, congregated near Detioit, for the purpese of making an attack upon the province of Upper Ca nada. These hriganda are ander the command of one M'Leod, who acted as a sort of Adjutant or ac complice of Van Rensselaer, during the Navy Island absurdity. Colonel Worth has despatched all hia dis posable force to prevent their marching through Mi chigan, and states in his letter that they are well sup plied with cannon and ammunition. There can be no doubt of this information, as it is communicated offi cially to the gallant Colonel by Lieut. Hoaians of the U. S. Navy, and enclosed in Gen. Scott's despatches to Washington, where it was read in the House on Fri day. Mr. McLeod had better l>e speedy in his movements and revolutionize Upper Canada without delay ; other wise lie may find some diiliculty with the Guards and Hussats, who will skortly make their appearance on the Soiree in l?*at roadway. Through this house give glimmering light, Bv i he dead ami drowsy tire; Every elf, and Miry sprite, Hops as light a* bird trout brier; And t!ii? duty alter me, Sing and dance it trippingly. ksprarc. On Wednesday evening last, Mr. V gave a soirfe at his splendid mansion in East Broadway. At half past nine, a fashionable company were assem bled in his spncious rooms, to the number of one hundred and twenty. Two large and elegant chan deliers were suspended from the ceiling, one in each room, which threw a brilliancy about them dazzling to behold. The three lovely OTV?fatW o( Mr. V were ghd ng about the room like little fairies, dis pensing happiness to those around them, and resem bling ao many graces. They were dressed similar to each other, in the richest of white pongee silk, " the skirt flowing on the floor, as in days of yore." This style I have not seen wwrn before. In com pany, it looks well ; but in private life, I judge it wil! not bo popular. Miss K , the blooming daughter of Colonel F , who served under Bonaparte in h;s Italian canpaigne, was one of the best formed ladies pre sent. Her tall, majestic figure, when in motion, en raptured those who beheid htr. She wore a rich, light blue satin bodice, with a skirt of white figured mus lin. She is engaged, it is said, to a French gentle man of great literary talent. 1 may shortly give you an account of his wedding parly. Mr. C , whose whiskers prevent him from perceiving things, except directly in front, caused much mirth with the ladies, by the resemblai ce, (so one observed,) they bore to tl.ose of Timt>r the Tartar. This, however, did not prevent him from being the lion of the night; he is, indeed, excellent company ? relating anecdote s with exceading good grace, and dancing to admiration. I almost love him myself. Cotillions were well conducted, three being on the floor, and the sight was magnificent to behold. A tall young lady attractei the attention of all by her graceful movements. She was very beautiful? pos sessing soft blue eyes, a well formed nose, (a very im portant thing, too,) and teeth as white as ivory. Her dress was a buff figured satin with a scarlet s Ik sash round the waist, tied tastefully in front. I understand she is the same who has gained so much honor by charitable donations t? those who are suffering and is often recognized when visiting the aflheted by the appellation of "the lady of the green dress." She ! is the daughter of one of our most opulent citizens, I whose name I do not feel at liberty to give. [1 wish you could.] Mr. H , of Baltimore, was very engaging. I i knew not which to admire most, his satirical wit, or i his well formed person, when dancing. Both were admirable, particularly the latter, when engaged in the Spanish dance, which was charmingly dono, ?lis- 1 playing the forms and dresses of all to great advan tage. Miss O wore a light pink silk dress, with a wreath of white and different colored flowars about | the hair, which, being knotted behitd. fell in long * ringlets to the shoulder. Another yeung lady was also elegantly atured, wearing a while worked mus lin dress, with pink blonde, tastefully arranged infront and at the bottom of theskirt, a splendid troubadour i ef green satin, worked with different colored silks, j wasworn on the neck. A bandtau of large pear beads around the head, and one crwssing from thefrcnt to i the back with a diamond breach on the forehead. ! composed the head dress. A lady Fat in one corner of the too n, whose weight could not be less than five hundred pounds. She is the largest person I ever | saw, without exception, and for the most part of the time she tarried I did not bear her speak or spoken to. All appeared afraid to address her. She was attired in plaui silk, the cut of which was much too short for her. She is very wealthy, and uses it as a passport to fashionable society. She is, I understand, a very excellent woman. About this time supper wn ready, sad itwasserved up in glorious style. The variety of dishes was so great that one could scarcely determine whieh to par takeof. I feel puzzled yet. Fowls, wild and domes tic, were served, in every style imaginable. Mv heart! if vou had only seen this, Mr. Bennett! Oysters pickled, and eystera fned, with tarta, creams, confec tionary. and every thing else one could possibly de s r?. Champaigne freely flowed over ail parts of the table. Many toasts were drunk, very appropriate and happy, and several speeches were made? s?me very amusing, particularly the one made by Mr. C . who delighted us all by a description of scenes and incidents witnessed by himself, when in Europe, whither he had gone, a short time sinae, for thepre s -rvation of his health. ? After supper, cards were introduced, and played on tables beautifu ly topped with white polished mar ble. They were, no doubt, got expresalv for th - eve ning, and ren? nded me of the "Caff Francais," I ] have seen in Paris, where the rooms are filled with 1 tables of this description. The room being walled with looking glasses, presented a beautiful sight, wh^n well lighted. Dancing recommenced when the card tables were remov. d, and continued till four o'c'ock in the morning, w hen the thrnng of gay and young dispersed from the place of their recent mirth, to seek re*ose snd rest,? r-lnctantlv I left the scene where so I much happiness had been enjoyed. Miitino at Buffalo abqct tub Schlock a A r Faib. ? A leafer meeting haa been held at Buffalo, in the theatre, (a suitable location t? act farcea in,) on the Caroline outrage. Much nproar and eonfuaion occurred} and, from the pabliaM report, we cannot evictly ascertain to what result ihe meeting came. All we can glem therefrom 1 a that a reaolution paa?ed 1 declaring "that the courae of nearly every respecta ble piper in the United Statea in reference to Cana dian affair*, receive* the heattjr diaapprobation of the meeting." The meeting and all it* acceeaunea ap pear to be in admirable keeping with the todomon t ide and a;llineaa of the wiiole Nary Island Wnaine: I. Pt*? f?rt'T?Al nat.ATiojta. ? On Saturday, In tie Houae of Kepreaentauvea, there waa a apirited debate on the aubject of our neetral relationa with Great Tlri tai.i. Mr. Howard, the Chairman of the Con.inittee of foreign affaire, urged the paaaage of the bill, atrengthen- , ing the civil power to prevent aggreaaiona of the ri'.Uena of the United S atea on foreign territoriea. Mr. Pleteber (of Maaa) opposed tbia, aaying the United State* had a perfect right to aupply the patriot* with arrna and pro viaiona. The general feeling of the Houae waa in favor of the bill, and it will, doublleaaly, be hurried througli, ia conaequence of the new incideata on the frontier. Finr. AT A^nmar, (Maas.)? Yoaterdry ae'nniglit, (the 11 tli ieati a great fire broke out at Amh<>rat, (Maaa.) and o?va?ioned the deatruction of property to ihe amount of $31,000. There waa no fire engine in 1 | the town, and the conflagration burnt on till there waa ! nothing more to deatroy in the direction It took. Mr. ' Doll wood, one of the aufferera, had in hia poeeeaaio* the book* and papera of Amherat college, ami other napera, evidencea of value tn the amoent of abont #100,000, in an iron aafe. They were an far pre# i served, aa to be legible, though much burnt. (TT Hied, on the 12th Jemiary, at hia rendei re in Delaware county, (Pa.) Joshua Humphrey. He waa the builder of theC-matit ilion, United S'atea, Preai* i dent, Congreaa, and Conatelltt on Fngatw. Th? Times, The Weather, Th* Poor. ? Whit it the Charitable Committee about? who are iu acting members f what amount of misery and distress hare they succoured T what is their cash account T hew did my $ 100 amalgamate with the fashionable and financial funda ? and bow many public bodies, besides the hoard of brokers, have followed the example I sett The weather is piercing, the nights are cheerless in the poor man's apartment, and all the circumstances of the times combine, to render this winter, the most dreaiy, sad, aud uncomfortable, that can thwart and check the efforts of unsuccessful industry. The ladies, like the divine son ?f Mary, are busy in their good work ; and, in imita tion of him. are on their errands of mercy, going about doing good. We bid tliem God speed, and recommend every body to read slowly and with due emphasis, the following touching and philosophical appeal to man's best feelings, as it has an immediate and direct refei| ence to the actual necessities of life, and the semes passing around them. Ah ! little think the guy licentious proud, Whom pleasure, power ami alHuence surround : They, \? ho their thoughtless hours in giddy mirth, And wanton, oflen cruel, ' iot wa?te ; Ah ! little think they, \? hil*' they dance along, H iw many feel, this very moment, death. And all llje ?'id varie'y of pain. How many kink in the devouring flood, <>r mure devouring flame. How miry bleed, Ily shameful variance betwixt M in ami M in. (low many pine iu wnnl, aad dung -on glooias; J?hut from the common air, ami common use Of their own limb*. Ilow i?anv drink the sup Ol' baleful griel, or "-.t ihe hitter bread Of misery. Wore pierced hv wintry wines, H?w many shrink into th** sot did hut Of cheerless poverty. Though', fond man, Ot these and all the thousand nantelens ills, Thatone incessant struggle render life, One s ene of toil, ofsaf* ring and of fa e, N ice in his high career would st md appall'd And heedless r .untiling impulse learn to think ; The conscious hand o charity would warm, And her wide wish Benevolence dii tie; The social tear would ri?e. the social sigh ; And into clear perfection, gradual bliss, Helming sti[l, the social passim* work. The Bowery Actors. ? The statement of the ar- j rears of wages due to the actors of the liowerv theatre, is untrue. They were all paid in full up to list Tuesday i night. The only parties unpaid were Messrs. Flyn* aud Dioneford. Second Presidential Tkkms. ? General Harrison has written a letter to the Editoi of the Mistonrian, in w hich he states. in a certain contingency, he would csatry into effect a measure that General Jackson strenuously recommended iu several of his messages to Congress. The General writes thus : North Bkxd, 17th Jan. 1830. Sr* ? In answer to the enquiry marie in y?,ur letter of ihe29th ultimo, I rerieat the declaration I ha?e often be lore made, thai if elected President of the United States. I would, under no circumstances, becwnie a candidate tor a second term. I am, very respectfully, j Your obedient" servant. W. H. Harrison, i Mock Charity.? We have many ar.d serious cam* ' p!n;nts against the committees now collecting money i and taking the responsibility of dividing the proceeds among the poor. There is a narrow, dirty spirit of politics pervading many of these committees, and others are negligent and careless of their duties. A case in the 15th ward has been represented to nsof a very disreputable character to all those concerned. A poor w .man, nearly 80 years of age, in Amity street, had been brought before the notice of the com mittee, yet up to Saturday last, no relief had been furnished to her. We roust investigate the doings of these committees. I put 8100 into the hands of the general committee. What has been done with this money ? Ought not the committees to make a return of the uses that have i been made of these contributions ? How do we know that great abases do not exist in these vast disburse ments'? Do they not now exceed ?'20.0001 O* We will thank the Courier & Enquirer and ihe Commercial Advertiser, not to pub i?h garbled I. aw cases from the Herald n day after the fa r. They had better publish them entire, give us the proper crcdit, and thus save the salary of a loafing reporter who pirates on others. In faet tha Herald in law intelligence, in the money market, in various other departments, is now generally a day, and aometim<* two daya, ahead of every Wall street print. Origin or the i.ast aid rursixT Indian War. ? The Black Hawk w?r had its origin in this ? one of the s >ns afthe chief had a difficulty with a trader, the magia t-a*e refused to take the affidavit of the Indian, because Indians were wot allowed to testify. This exasperated the Indian, and he used expressions, which the trader reseated ? they fought and the latter was worsted. A short time after, be. when with a patty of friends, inet the Indian in the woods, tied him to a tree and whipt him three hundred lashes. The war with the P?minoles began in this ? the wife of Oceola was claimed as a slave, taken from hiin and s<dd, and himself afterwards ironed and imprisoned for some expressions he used towards Col. Thompson. Br AtTr <?r Grkkk Mai.fs a*i? Fkmai.es com PAHKt) ? As Circa*?ia is famed for th? loveliness of its women, so is Greece still renowned, as it alwnya hsa been, for tlie beauty, literally speaking, the brant? of its male youths. Amongst them the race of Ganymede has not yet become extinct. They monopolise all the lustre of the eyes, the fine alabaster smoothness of fore head, the ivoned array of teeth, the oval outline of face, the roseate delicacy of cornp'exion. which ought to harp belonged to the feminine populal.on of their country. ? Even the voice of a Greek youth i* softer than that of hi# sister. Lord Byron's praises of the "Maid of Ath ens," and Moore's ymrtraits of Grecian Chloea and Mainunas, have led many of their fair admirers to sup pose that every secend woman you laeet in Attica, the Mores, or the islands, must be endowe I with Uie charms | of a Helen or a Hebe. The " Maul of Ath?.na" was. in point of fact, as fat and as ungraceful in her appear ance as " the Guiccoli," which is saying quite enough. The voices of the Greek women are generally as hoar?e as that af their trows; ami their unitaftd hosts, their homely figures, their |?aHid, 01 rather swarthy connte nances, and their clumsy feet, woald induce a stranger to auppaae thai they were ao many Scy thian bwors in fe male attire. The l'eriote haberdashers have, in con sequence, won so tViany hearis of la-e out of the harems, from which many of the old restraints have been re moved. that the Sultan is aaitJ to have isaued a decree directing rm men to l?e employed in the shops under the age of thirty five or forty. He might have made it thir tv, for hefere that period the comeliness of the Grecian (ace is utterly decayed. It shrivels like a piece of dried parchment, the fire langui-hea in the eye, the teeih disappear, and the A [hiIio of twenty becomes as ugly as Thersites ? Ane Monttl* Magmint , <4?rV* Lift en iht F.itt Trr A i.pm abut or Bk^uisiiks roR a Win ? '/fy <t* F.Hrrlff Racket** \ ? A w ife should be amiable, affectionate, aitleas, affable, accompli she I ; beautiful, benign. benevelent; chaste, charming, candid, cheerful, complaisant, f^iaritahle, civil, constant : dutiful, digni fied; elegant, easy, engaging, entertaining- faithful, fond, faithless, free ; good, graceful, ger ?rous. gorerna ble, gf xv* humored . handsome, 1ia?-ni!es'. hc.il.hy, heav enly-rninded; intelligent, interesting, industrious, inge nuous; just; kind; lively, liberal, loveh , modest. *ier cifu! ii i s i ? t<erly ; n^at. notable ; obedient, obliging ; pretty pleasing, peaceable, pure; rght*ons: sociable, submissive, sensible; temperate. true; virtuous; well formed, and ybufif. Whea I meet wit i * woman pos sessed of all these requisites, I r Hi mi rry Dh. JuiiimtfN is pnasuiten r-.af.rlestmilv at I.MoRtee I No. I? Duins street, between Chatham end WiUiaeiMi..ns the f?Rowlng diseases. eh n*ttf?ea, ? ?eaea rhaao-es I JStrii tnras, Rent In al W? shrwss. and Ihe nsmerrro* dotase. arte Uif> ft ?"?! venereal poison or Improper u i MiiPhL Pr Jo?in?ui e?. : ?gesto remove ? ? y recent ilwtite l?t?# or three dayt 1 snd tW roost Inveterate cs?e*tn * proportionate time, *-i|k,b i d?c u?e of any debilitating or injudicious atedli fne. ?h prevf? 1 Hon imm h??ine?s. parsons entrust:; themselves to Dr. J?ha i son's e*re, way d<sse thc.nsclves with a certainty of stirrer, it the moM sggravited esse*. Scrcfulocs sor*?. alteraie^ b-rs kr.spe?t||y b'aled Grangers wotiH do welt by fc'ving Br Minima raU, as a certain prevrr rativr may he made a^?i;i? ihe ocfaeretice of the foregoing <Jiseati?*,s? hlcfc hrs neter '?ft i ?d when ased within tweaty-foiir henrs after eiprxore. Lei ter? fw>st pahl, ami enclosing alee, can have the u*ceaiary aa ! dtr-nr direrttoiy fer Its a?e mr*ar.|ed. A'lowiaaee from ? A. M. toll at alght. ftr. Jshrumlia taovad TriMn la ( hanilK -s street. dtl-lm* I % f V ^IUC'I f,; ('II R ITU- for ships, families or plan 1"1 'atlons, pot uf nr replenished, with acerwnpaavlag airec lions le Kaglkshor jlpsaish. st th-?iiorie?i netice, by VaVIUN B (ilRAllAM, Dragg ?t, f 10 No. W Nwmi ?t* 'THR VOL LOW ISO CAHRI OV CVHK I EAreted with aw aUnte of IIUNDKEVH'S Vegetable Universal Pill*, arepabllatoed for paklis perusal. Iti* lo he hoped ihey will h?ra*d w iibeut prejndie* i Cue VII. Iilitnmtlorjr Klieuiwalista.? Mrs. Tbomaa, li consequence ol premature eipoture, took a heavy told, which terminated in a severe attack of inflammatory rheumatism, attended with distressing nervous wrakneaa, which caatinueu with great severity a long time, not w ilk ?ta ad Ink the best me dic*! advice was had in ibe cane. It is welt to aWrva that at the time ol commencing with the Pills, she wai scarcely able to move, bat having beard of great cure* being effected by tkeir use, she wa* induced lo make a trial ol them 'I he first few costs atl.trded great relief. Being thus encoarnge.1, site per?evi red ia the use of them according to direction, and lb* result was, that altar using the above wted.cinti at>out si* week*, she found herself aoi only cured of rheumatism, but ol every otlver disease with wh.rh sue had been alHi'-ted, vanish ed like darkuess before the moraing ?un. Signed, David Thomas, Vine street, betweea >lh and ldtb streets, Philadelphia. Case VIII. Dyspepsia, pain in the side, bead, he. Mrs. Welch, living in Market si. near 13lh, Philadelphia, bad been afflicted several y ear* with Dyspepsia, attended with severe pain in the left siue, uisiiness ami pain in the stomach; had i>'*n under treatment of some 01 the most eminent physicians, hut without receiving any essential benefit.; was induced through the recommendation of bfr friends to make a trial ol lb* Brandreih Pills, although from having tried so many medi cines without effect, she felt almost oiscvuraged, hut to ber as tonishment, the meulcine accomplished what all others bad failed to do. The reliel afforded by the doses lirst exceeded her mwst sanguine hopes. The symptoms yielded one niter another, ano now she is liappy lo stale that she enjoys l?e;ier health than for years hi fore, and feels indebted solely to your Vegetable Universal fit's for her recovery. Has since recam ineuded tlie Pill* to a fri.nd of hers who has been afflicted a long time with r? complaint In her note, which she Is pleased lo say i< doing well, ami has every appearxce ol being completely cured by .his singular medicine. Case IX. Consumption, caused by Worm* ? This medicine t-n> been lourn! lisfuirly effective in eijaelliag Worms. Mrs. ttalph living in South "street, near 1 1 tit, Philadelphia, had been afflicted several yean w ith pains in her side anil breast, attended with a gnawing sensation in the stomach. Her phy sician b?d never lit en Mile to afford her any relief, declaring at one lime she had the consumption, at another time tke liver complaint Her husband procured frein nif it 2.5 cent ho* of your Vegetable pills, which she thinks brought from her in the short space of thrt e days, over 1' no wornnof various s irs. She continued to persi-vere with them unti; ?tie attained a de gree o! health asUnlooki-U for by herself as it won astonishing to her friends. Cese X. Tape Worm.- D'lvid Andrews, an apprentice to Mr. Myers, pump maker, Queen -trett, betwt rn Fr nt and Second streets, h<nl been complaining a long limf with pains in the side and henl, at times a voracious appetite, at other limes none; had becoaie reduced to u mere skeleton, wns nil- | vis?d hy his friends to make trial of the Brundreth Pill*, a few dose* of which braught Irotit l*ni a tape v>orm over 9 leet in len';tu. It is iieedlesn to add, th.it after tins he mended apace, nun was soon in the enjoyment of sou no health. Maid worm can ni any time be seen at the Philadelphia of flc**, 1S9 I lace street. Ca*n XI. Worms.? Another lady, whose name I am not permitted to make public, although she ha- kindly permitted me prefer auy per?oi to her, was afflicietl much in the tame innnrer as David Andrew*, and by using tin* Pills a short time al<o, parted with u tape-worm. Numberless orher instances have occurred similar to the above, which neither time nor space will permit me lo give in ' detail. The following letter wss received a few day* sirce, which is only another link ;n the strong chain of evidence in proof of the virtues of voui eicellent Piils. Case XII. Rheumatism.? Brandy wire, April 7. 1B37.? Mr. William Wright: Dear *<ir.? In the wi;.i?rof 1835, *> y wife wa?very much afflicted with inflammatory rhvumaiian, *o had that I wa* obliged to assist her in and out of l>ed lor weeks together, during whick time the lino tried almost ali kind* of medicine* witboat receiving any essential benefit; hearing of Dr. Brandreih 's Vegetable Universal Pilis. I w as induced to give Iter them. Before she bail used 8 b >xe* a perfect cure was effected, since that time I have never been without said Pills in my hou*e. Yours very respectfully. Edward Price. r^?e VIII ? r-n'tlB, I1* ??>?r?tardinj ? A highly r< *p^ctia 1 hie g?Milenian, living in Phua.l* iplun. who for reason* of e j private n-ture, rei|u? ?t> Ilia' his name n ay r.ot appear in lii public prints; yet, nevertheless, invites ad who are similarly afflicaled to call and see f.rthemselve ? the wonderful cure per formed upon hint. He had been afflicted with *crofula since the year 1824, ?'uring u Inch time he hail been under the treat ment of nomeiifihe mo*t eminent of the facultv of Philadelphia, without reeeivingotb?r than partial reliet ; ihinkt he had used a* much asliftr tiollars worth of Nwaim's Panacea, hut to no efteet. He had tried th? Thomps.>r 'an medicine* effe-tually. hut received no benrtit, and wasfinallv induced totnakea trial of ynur Vegetable I' ni vernal Pills, although he confessed that no person c?uld bave been more prejudiced against the madicine than himself; it appeared i<> him impossible lor a a medicia* *o simple in it* orteraiktn to perform so nach ; hut afiee using a few bo.\e? hi* ifoubts ail vanished ? In* lace, w hich Itefore h? b?gan to use the Piil* was one entire ulcer, is now, though dreadfully scan ed, completely heated, and has become so health v a* 10 enable kinito shave over it with comparative r..rr>V'" ? nnd one o^hi* arms, whieh wa? Ifarfully n' "fnled, U ?d?, helUinliS, p?sfectlT sound. N. B. Hi* amires* is tell at the Piiiladelphia office, 16!) Race *treet. In Fpiiepsy or falling sichaes*. the *ame astonishing results have followed tke us* of the Pill*. They have invariably, when persevere. I with according to direeti*n, obtained com plete triumph over this bio*: rtiatretsnig di>ease We have several c?*i lificates of curt s of lh:s dreadful com plaint, not only in Philadelphia hr t also in th? surrounding country, and in many cave* where they have tieeot afflicted :or years. Case XIV. Epilepsy. ? A gentleman liv'ngin theupnerpirt of Philadelphia had Ween troubled wiik the aix.ve complaint 14 >ear?, the lit hecom nn.re anil more fr> quent and with Increasing violence, until he had b-iom** almost incapable ol attending to l>usine>* : at lenpih, as a la-t resort, he mane trial ; ef your Vegetable Faiversal Pills, which had a most happy j effect upon him ; the ft s immediately Itegan to subside, and j no ? he thinks htm*c!f perfectly free from the above complaint, not having had any return for five m >nths. S> veral in>t inces similar to the above have come under my own Immediate ob servation, all proving th ? eitratsrdin trr power of the Brand reih Puts in removing disease* of apparr iniy the rn *t obstl nate character, lolact making vour words true, that '? there is no necessity for any other medicine." There are two thing- important? U) procure the Uenuine and never purchase ?r Drag Htore?. DK BRANDKRTH'9 Offices in New York are? . Principal? 187 Hudson street. Central? I Mprjice street. Bowery? TK Bowerv. Brwarr ?f Counterfeit! f j 1 3 Ira* CAPSl'LBR OKLAT1NKUBF.S PK?FKC TIONNEEft Al' BAHMK DK COPAIitJ- Patentee* de ('Academic R^yale dp Mrdicli.e de Pirii ? Prepairaa par CHARLEB WfLDENO*. GELATINE CACWLlfl OF PirRE BALSAM COPA VI, patented by the Royal Academic ol Medicm , of Part, 1 *o farnou* throughout France, England, On many. Pru??U, Italy, and tue C>>iitia?nt of Europe, Muce lie valuable dUco- I v? rv or Oil* preciou* medicine. The Copavi BaUani M of all the medicine* en-ploy d 1 n continuing the chronic a ad aautc *oi>m Ureal affection*. Uic i i.al . one. Ihe tpeciflr anion ol whi<hha? nc??r l>eeu doubted and to which phyririan* have I* ron* ciueace given the prefe i rence ; but iu nauaeoaa ia*tc and nmrll are Ihe cau?e? of It* being rejected ny m??y patient*. Till* l? the reaaon why *o many eip?rlmcnt< have Iteen made ! in order lodia-over aotne mode of iiUgalthig it? ta*te, to thai It might be take* w ith le*< repugnanc e, hot hitherto thla ha* b?en l?ut imperfectly i ffected, and nlway*, by the addition of ?nine active *uliatance, which mndi*e* it* propertir ? aud tho' 1 d *>royalU chemical coo*tiiut?on aivl Iu phyrtcal character. Tlierefore, having ni*rovrred a twie ?> ndmietateiing It In anch a *nte lh*t cannot occa-ion the aHghleat rrpurtwnri i ami thia with ial *uhniiUni? it toany alteration. I l?e method c?n v*t* in enclnaing it in the gelatine napoiHra. It endow** that ! prect-?* medicine in .ach a maimer a* to d>*gu<?e it ertlrelv u- i the la*le ami ntnell, and It goe? into the <llf eative organ* with out any other mixture than that of the gelatim ? iih which it b enveloped, and wtich l? a-rfm completely dtmohed In the . ?t wrench. By thil rartN, rl.r ire atnievil n( ihe roa?rh?f>* l? ing effened without i(>*;uat, and con?e<ioeittly ? itlior.t m?er- ! ruptioi . w >11 l? come more pnanptaorl more Ml" . thil* pre ventieg ihe poa*4Mlity of a rehpe. Tl?c direct ona for nae, n??eiln* the atte* ation* fr?ii Ihe moat eminent pl>y?man* ?>f ParU are enrloned in each hoi. Por Mile bv all the moat reap?etab|e apotheca'iet In the -it* and country. I>ragri*?? ondapothecarieaare *apphed with the above cap ??le.hv ClIARLE* WILDKNOW, at No 31 Cherry rtreel, ae?r Krank'in Square fl2.!m Ik" UN II A 1*1 II K I* T'* KKP1AI.K H KSH I ' VAT1NO PILLH. KR??M wfcRM ANY-An effectual re. ucdy lor aappreaaioo, irregalvrliy, and all ranr* where nitore to** not have her proper and reraier cnarae. N B. TKey mn> <w?t he taken during pregnaacy, auhej *il! prodore al ortion. Sold hy J. H. Hart, comer of Br* ad way and C!?aniher? ?t K. IU. Outon. coeae t of inwery anrf tlrand an-t h? P. Har^att. S^#th ?lllllh jj-lm* TOOTH ACHII! TOOTH ACIIKtS! JANISKN'B C?i>f:ENTRATKn RLCTTARIA tT7 Tbi? aniele, n highly concentrated preparation < f K t o ?Ate and Ca. daman ha?, In all ca?e? wh re It ha< heen oa-d. and ha? been H*fed in contact wiihihe nerve c.1 th- dm eaieo tnoth, tho?(ar pr???d AN INFALLIBLE hPECIFIC f> vr Ibat nto?t arvera aw! tormetiiu e aniAyance, the T^mh Ache. Unlile i?oat other article* i*r the purpose, It ran lie applied ? Ith the atmnat ?aicty, a. it '? > ?u in the |ea?t degree h-irifjl to the teetli. and tlierefur* pi idocav no injarion* rf lect* if placed in eonta> t with lt.o?c that ata ar;und. A* a remedy FOR TIIR TnoTll ACHt, lt? aacceaa If wiihnot a faralM. It ihnranghly rem?ivea all anreneaa, and leave* ih? Teeth in a fit e-?aditk?i* f-?r being filled t and, a* it effectaally ar e*t? the progreva ?' d. ray, and ewataally remow* thoae portion* that hav* already become carlo** | It ent relv deatroy* that dliaareeabla mimIi which i* alway< imparted to the hr*i<th hy daeayed teeth. Price Ml cnt*. For ?ale orlj hy W R|. m#n?rm. 79 FaUon ?treet t Jame* II. Hart, IM. D., com-r Br<M<!way and rhniriber**i.'eet; E. M Oalon.corne Bow cry aod Oon a ?'reei, corner Pike and Henry ?treet, an I wh<?le **le and re?ail, III Oraad *treet, bet wei n la*t Br>?^dw>?y and Divhlon atreet. JUSowo,!* D. UOIKIITI* POOR MAM'iPRIRBB Thw ointment a *p*>*iftc r?re lOi th? a(ll>cting eraption* at.d hum >r* ? Inch ao often break out in childree atter vnccln ation for tlie r??r pot. and a'an for cata.harnv *calda, hraiae?, ? rnrhutic, erupi io??, pile*, inrtatwnied eyea, ptmpie* in the lace, fcc. F?- mI? wholesale and reta I by NATHAN B ORAMAM, Drnirgiat, rift No. 9V Nawau ?t. ? or Fulton nn. V A MIKMII llbir FKMALK II K 51 0 VATINU PltLB, FRt?M HERMAN V- An eff. c. nal re n?d) for *appraMiiin, irreifiilarity, ami all ra*e? wt^re nature doe? n?t have t*er rafalar and praper c?mr*e. N. B. Not to te taken daring pregaam y. B?Ud only by Mr?. BIRO. Mi '.wife ar.d Female Phyai clan. No. 7 6i*.?i'>a*t New York. Alao her celebrated Bnolhtof Bvrup, f?r i hihlren te?-th lag, a tmft ctire and effectoal reoie?ly. Al o, an etcelknt ra??e<fy for m ?re nipple*, prepared and M|I|(M _ _ _ . TT Advice gralib Wtm* nooil TO IjICT? Earn *hed or anfarni*hed| room* l\ can be had by applyinf at St Mark* Place, earner id avraae HI*' tr Tvv&r&vtvstf'zii- ?? . DKKTH'0 easp toy, and thai ihe satd I JAMES LANCE hiw ?u a partner si DA. BRAN DRAT H'5, nor in aev way mi nected with bias except an a clerk Al this line L? has nothing whatever to mo with DR. BIANBRhTH in any w??- neither i? he connected with the tale of the PILLS? and Im. BRAN* URKTU will take toed cart be never is lor ih? fntare. jl-lm* B. BRAN DRETH. M. D. >|<UB VHILU80PHJKKI 8TOMJC AT LABI 1 DISCOVERED! ? The Venereal disease extermiaated ! The ce.euraieo Dr. POETTS Uoaorrlxva farau taior never fail* in any cute. The directions are perfect ; fuNy and elea? ly describing every symptom niid1 stage, and stowing the only mire ntetbedof care. il is acknowledged the pie valence of this disease ha* wonderfully decreased siace the uiltotiucuon of the Eradtcalor. For sale by A. B. k D. Sands, 1M Fallen slrett; Byrne's! cor. Bowery and Walker St., j U. Nones, 644 Broadway, and P. Burnet, 31 bt h avi nur. Price % I. dS'9-Jm* CXil(| liHiWAHD.-CROM'H SPECiric MIX ywUU TL'RK ? For the cure of Gonorrtiota, Gleets, siric? lures and analogous complaints of the organs of generation.? The (ioiHii rticr.il W it disgusting, contaminating and annoying malady, thai ha* long existed, d >es exist, and ever will exist, and la loo well known to require any explanation. It is quit* easy to lie got; but l.a> been very diAicufl lo get clear ol. It la a companion thai but few ad n're. although ii sesms so very vilirilousot admiration. It pe. ??-?dfb all ranksof society, bigta and low. rich and poor, mat rimonial an. I single. A;il.c.ugh?o troublesome in it?ef, and so distressing, and ?( ten lata! in lis consequences, ii is a disease I lie treatment for which has been mere intolerable lhao it-ell. A person wuo * ?O unfortunate as lo contract ihe complaint. if h? followi a fashionable . dvice.muM first deprive bima* Ii of all applications hastiest, winch perhaps reqB.ies his immediate aiU i-.iiou, aj "exercise has a leudency to aggravate ibe diffioulty," and routine mtiisel' lo his room, lit- must then be oieo, leeched, kept constantly sick with doses ol tnriur emetic, purged.de' privrd of.all articles of food, am! usual nrink, in order to break tiirianiniatory action. Then follows a Ion* ti am of nauseating mixtures, irritating inject ;oi;s, lotions, oiiimei.tsm I fomenta tion. Kvery day s?me new etange e-.ust bp made, until at last, after the patient has been kern "oi'der h ml" fix or nine months, beisleft vvitha stricture, dist/sc of tbe prostrate gland, swelietl testicle', chronic Inflam-mnlion of' llw mucus mem brane nf ilie blander, glert, or some other delegable malady, that will remain incurable as long as l.e Ii i rs, and fiom the first an exposure that rxcifts the ridicule ol' ail around him. In dross's Specific Mixture the rerson jossrsses a remedy that completely obviates all thise difficulties, end makes a ran i?1 an?J pemi.inrnt cure vrithoul ihe least regard to diet, drink, or exercise. The rerneJy ii unparalUled in powrr. It has the ? pacific property of entirely neuiratiilr.g the poison, ar.o suppres-ing all symptoms of the complaint, sometime? in iw t-i.ty.four hour- | 1 1 is not our object to give a long ?|u;ckish recommend.? Much experience, alarfre number of eases, and extensive oh. strvation lias proved, incoiurovertibly, ts superior rfhe acy. In short, such is ihe rtmfialence in the JM xture, loum'.e:! on obser vation alone, that t'.e proprietor cl.allenges-a siugle case oi re cent Gonorrlmea U) be lr ugnt, in whi< h tbe Mixture Mill noi effect a rapid cure; under a forleit;.r?- ot ?.'iOO. It Is presented to the public for their benefit, as they stand much in need of it, and il is hoj:?d they will make a proper UNu With t.5ts remedy per ons c?n crre t neirseives wjtmuttf* least exposure, change of diet, or changeia application u> bu siness. These are considerations sufficiently great lo be of coc seoucnce. The medicine contains nothii f that i? of the leiv-t injury t? ihe constitution. Galloettoi It might be taken but no bana would follow, Kurihw, the disea?e cannot he contracted If a d*se of the Mli< ture is taken at night on going to bed v*he*> exposed. It is putup in bottles, with full directr.-n* NMBpMfllf It at 91 a bottle. ??ne bottle lasn a week, which generally cares. Many nre cured in two days For sale only bv Milnor V Gamble, 193 Broadway, corner ?f Dey street ; Dr. 'Jisirxi, corner of Grand and Bowery ; M. C. Slocam. corner of Broadway and Duane street; A. B. k. D. Sands, H)0 Fulton si. cornei ot William, Nev?-Yt.rk; Jonea k Hutchinson, corner of Cl.e.?nut i. Seventh si.. Pbiladtlpliia. N. M. Tall for Cross's Specific Mixture. The pioprieior*a signature and nuuiberof residence U on li.e label ?f each bottle. jo-5ns* ZMliTsl .rPiluN, IDI GHS, CATARltHl, V. itC. ? Br. T?ylor, ? 1 leel it a duly I owe to you nrd the comminity at large, to stale that I have l?een severely atflirted with a cough, palpitatiou of the heart, loss of hrtnlb, and oth er symptoms of a sev ere disease of tbe lungs, and having pro cured every other remedy witboat the lei st succiss, a/.. I ha ving heard at length of your BaNam of Liverwort. I was indu ced bv one of my friends, wliem il had curtd, lo resort to it. an. I I feel pleasure lr. state that I was immediately relieved by il, and in a few weeks was restored t? my usnal health. WM. W OOD, cor. Chambers and Giernwleeh sis. The^ageraess with w I icjb this ioo-t invaluable medicine is sought for is unparalleled, and affords most unequivocal assu rance of its usefulness ? nd impc.rtanee It i" sold by llie proprietor al J7 ? Bowety, and at 26 Delancy street jS6 St* ArOPtL.AU 1W K DIC 1 I??KNE 8 Com pound Kxtrari of C<<n*ihil an?4 Sarsnpariila , a Certain, safe. -i dnanattfV um y ? ?rr discovered for I he cure vl .*??***, ?tncturo*, w kkft, pain* in Hie Imc and loin*, st-is.ir.al weakness, affections ol the kidnie?, prave scorbutic ertiptiors be. be. One recommendation ibic preparation enjoy* sbeve alt ? er* Uiunrai portallc lorin, put upjn pois.tlie n>ode in w it may (>?? tnUrn beinc lioth easy and pl? awM, lit tasteless a tore, with n? restriction in diet rr r. i.fin-meiii from da Ituimi'M. Travellers especially would find till* Medicine Itif |y useful. and ourKi never to be unprovided with a prepar non possessing tne advantapes which tbe preser.t one com bint*. Accompanying the jiteilic:ne is a pan phlet exj-lana lory of the different stage* of the disease*. w itboul any extra charge, containing lull and anirl direct lor*. Prepareu by J B. Thorn, ("lit mist, l.omlo.i, and for sale by o4 6m* N. H. GltAH AM. M Nauan-si. cor. Koltoa. D~OC ?OU CAHPKKTKH'H PKCK SLIP DI^PKKKAU I , AO. 4, TECK tlLlC, Urol dour below Pearl ureet. doctor Carpenter having kad tbe advaataccs of a negnlar medical education, nnd having received bis Difloma lor the Eractice of Phytic and Surgery, 1mm the f^ew York Mate ledical Hociety, an I I eying bail twenty six y? ars' peaeral an l very succ*s*lul practice in this city, devote* hi* personal and undivided attention to the cm e of all dfaeaaes Incident u> (rail humanity, and particularly to a certain claw or train ol <J ntavn for which so many noMrum* ami p'an* of nevJictne abound in tb" column* of tbe newspaper*. Disrate* require to be treated agreeably to tbe symptom* that may prevail and the various stage* ami rharee* tliry may assun*e? nnd beace the leaM reflection inu?t >aii?fr any discarding mind that no specific r.o-irunt can l.e applicable to a II ease* Thee*teaaivee*perirtK,e?>t Dr Carpenter In allstigesaad varieties of thi* disea-e, enable* him to uteri spretly and thorough care, and to adopt a cla?a o' medicine* so arranged and compounded a* not to offend the taste or lead to suspicioa ? compound* toully unknown to tbe ordinary quack* of tbe day. fcT Neparale entrance* and office* have been arranged for tbe privacy of patient*, who can never cnine n cuntact.? Ch*rge* moderate and adapted t? tbe rapacity of the patient. An infallible preventive of c rtaiu dhcasr* tn We obtained at be office? Price, t2 jl-Sni* Cb Vl-ON'H iiTff At ICO 1> MO P? New office, No & Division *t ? Tkeon'y *a:e and ?afe cure lor tbe Venereal di*e*se ;n tbe known work). To erery person of sound reac namt judgment, It must be evident Ibat Hunter** Hut Drop it tie most certain and efl't eta si cure f-tr ti at a w tui disease, he Venereal. In nddilion b> the extensive a?le of k, tbe very a.rrnnistfin'r of ilieir lielog so mar.y who have vainly endeavored to Imitate It, l? an UMdeniable ptMif ol ii* wonder ful virtue*. We do not wi?h to deceive orjo^fle with tbe pub lic, we merely apeak the plain and ?iinp'e truth, a* o*ir certifi cate* will ?bow on anp'ica i?>n at the office. Tl?e uriortunat* ?h?iuld conw er l)r lluiitrr a* their puardiaa angel rescuing rt?eni troiu ihe f?kf ? of a dl*eaw in which many have been brouKht loth brink of the g rate, a* murk by drui;? a* by tbe di*ea*e | >ud bv an apnricatioii nl ihi* meditlne have been res tored to p rficl health and II eil wonted pu'liy. We wbb It to he uniVrtiood that we wanant to effect a cure in all caaea. Al)er*ellinc In Ne<?- %ork fi>c upward- of l wo year*, and la PmlaJclphia lour year*, in w bick tiiw , nut of thouaat d? of cm vea.n'rt on hn* fa le.', be feel* perfectly wii?llrd that n? mailer bow old lh' ca??.cr h -w Inveterate, be will penorui a cenaia l ure, thereby causing ibe ?ufl> rer to be a* free from the ?tn, r? a> pi>iw>n and as pure a< tbe day he was bwrn. Prue 91 per liotU*. Office S division *t ?ua other plane la Ihi* city. %y A preventive may he had. P.v?ry nb althal ivfeauine will have tbe written a (nature i t 1'rlan Leviaon. To err Is human, and since 'ti* human to are, I* it not oar dm IV to .ook on the indt? relions ol oar fellow creature* with pity ?.4 do .ol that lie* In cur power witlwiat injuring ourselves, la tire?erv? tH-m lri? mi?erv an 1 >fi?frace.' I KV1.?OVff HI'Kl EH> nr.fi DROP h warranted ta tn effect a quick, p. runnel t aiwi *.ife,cure without diet, satelt we h'ndrance f;oni bn?oe*?, In all raaea. Lette * post paid, da icfih nff eave; will he "ttei?<led to. Iinr e.fllci s are No. 51 llamll on ?t Albany; No. M North Kth *1 I'hilidelphias No 7 llanover*! Hoato ; 244 Canp*t New <>r;e?p*, Cbarlevtoa, S. C.t theon y placi * in tbe wor d wbera the eerttilne medlrto" can he obtained J 17- liW DK. I'H kK)4 Vr? Ak l kl.%? k?'l PILbk. A ? rflectual cure for obstinate 6m harfte* Imai artaary canal, white*. ?upprrt*H?n,irretul?riHe*. and all female cans plaint* arisinirlrom weahnewio! com*i?aik>a. In (rraval and lov*of comniand ? f Hadder, they a?^n cowipleteiy enre. la disease* of the kbineva, blaihler. awd pro-irate (Inn. they rive uivprakable relief. 4?ver Sn.Wt boxes have heen soMla New Y*>rk without any complaint to any a jent For sale wbol?. sa<e and retad by A. R. b D AAMDR, ?m 'alton at. earner of William, and ai the foilowu./ draff stores : Toraer Dey and Broadway; for. Walker and Hroa?v.avi Nones, r<44 Brena* way ; cor. ? ross and Peart t car. Bowery and Walker ; anv. (Jr.nidand Bowery j cor. Heory and Pike: cor. Canal ami U til -on, cor. Houston and Bowery, and P. Burnett's, 36 Blatb A venae. TT Prieefl per hot rrUl. They ate also for aaie tiy ?r. Y ovine, No SS !*oaih Potr^sL Pbiladrlpbia, awd In Albany bv Pa d* fc *han 1 - kc.. ,tw !?? PI l.l- ^ PIMtfc-dN. ImI tin ? > t . 1 1 n >?? n t i. 4 Mw llive cure for the piles la Hiree dny* time. Hold |.y / H, Hart eornarof Cliaml ers *ire-? atdBmsdway; P. Burnett, S* fob avenue; P M Otoin, (s ner of Bowel y ami Uranda. ? a litt* L 111 1 Uennntt'a Arwa^sner katakllahmtal. No. 21 A<? Hrt?T. Mennmn Hri?i.& ? laued every merainf etceal Baaat^.? Prtee.tworemsper coav. Country ?ulMeP||wri,rHn,|la.e4| Mil* ?ante rate, for aay vpeoAc tveriad. on a -Tmlnarrr In a4n?M?. B- paper seat, un|e?s pen I la ad*mntf. Pvrtma Mra?in. ? Iwkn.v every afferaaoan M I ?'tlNl Price, twe cents per copy. Country suliarriben fnrnlabed ni ike same rale. (,ask, iu advance BmtWT Moanrnn Hatai.n ? l?*ped eeerr Pundar moraw inf. and contsinlny always the lafwt Perelro ao?l Domestta news received alt?r the evening paper# or Bntnrday bnvn heen pnltllahml. Price l?rn rwWt [?er eopy. Wrkki.v M*a*i.n.?lasead every Heteniay morartng at o'clork. Price, ? M centt per copy Parnlabed In csaKf aabarrlbers at $H per an nm, inadmace. . Wrrri.y Ifrsatti Para*? Isaaed erery Wednendny mere nit at nine o'clock. Priae Si "?? P" Wf. Pamisjia# !? roimlrr saharrilaerar per anenna, payable in ndanneef Baai w?rtt.r II. H*im? every WeJarMay aa4 Nainrdav. twin - i.?r wed of the We.kly Herald P!?trn ami Wtekly Her al< Kurnisbed ta country aobacrlbera at par ananm In advaa^e, .. AovrtTtaearata? ;naeried ia any or all thwar paper* at ??? aanal r atea^-nlwa) * payable ia ailvauci , Coaa?aw aiaenra? Are ren?*e?ied to sJdrea* tbrlr letter* in Jmmm Meed* a BenweM, Prnfrielnr and Editor, and all lathi? aa biaaaaeaa to he poH patvl.