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I NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1838. N?Um to Country Subscribers. Hereafter w henevor any country subscription to the Herald, reaches a fortnight of its close, subscribers null receive their papers, done up in yellow wrappers. This plan is adopted in order tp give our patrons, in the country, notice, either to renew their subscription by a fresh remittance, or to expect it to cease at tne close of the period for which it had been paid. Sub scribers, will, therefore, understand, after this notice, what is meant by receiving their papers done up in yellow wrapping paper. By this method we furnish individual subscribers with a proper notice, without putting them to the ex pense of postage, and thus shave Amos Kendall, by way of requital for his shaving so often our subscri ber. The fashionable morals of the present day, as sanctioned by the Honorable the Kitchen Cabinet, are to cheat as much as you can, so that the law does not reach yon. I do not practice on this princi ple to any extent, except when I have dealings with the Kitchen?and on such occasions it is adopted purely in self defence?if you dont shave you'll get shaved. Every day I am receiving betters complain ing that the Herald has failed, when, at the same time, I know full well that it is regularly mailed.? Why these complaints t Because miny of Amos's sub-treasurers will be looking into the Herald, to see J the lineaments of their master accurately depicted. They read, laugh, but forget to put the Herald into its wrapper again. Hereafter I beg them as a favor?as a personal tavor to me?to try to be as honest as they can. I know they have precious little of that article ; but a precious tittle is better than none. Keal QHvernmentof the United 8latci. Hank or Naw York, 32 Wall street.?Capital ? 1,000,000.?Shares 0500. Cornelius Hsyer, Presi dent. Anthony P. Halsey, Cashier. Directors?J. Waddington, G. G. Rowland, P. Scherraerhorn, Charles M'Evers, John Oothout, Robert Maitland, Henry Beeckman, Gordon Buck, Edward R. Jones, George S. Bobbins, John H. Hicks, Robert Benson. Wm. D. Waddington, Notary. Manhattan Company, 23 Wall street.?Capital ?2,050,000.?Shares ?SO. Maltby Gelston, President, Robert White, Cashier. Directors? J?hn G.Cosier, Jonathan Thompson, James M'Bride, William W. Todd, David S. Kennedy, William Paulding, Thomas Sufiern, William B. Crosby, S. D. Beekman, James Brown, Campbell P. White, and Richard Riker, (Ci ty Recorder, ex-qficio.) Mebchants' Bank, 25 Wall street.?Capital, ?1,490.000.?Shares ?50. John J. Palmer, President Waller Mead, Cashier. Directors?Henry I. Wyck off, James Heard, David Lydig, Wm. S. Hsrriman, Benjamin Aymar, Harvey W-oea, John Crumby, John D'Wolfe, Peter I. Nevius, Richard T. Haines, and the Treasurer of the State, ex-offlcio. J. D. Camp bell, Notary. Mechanics' Bank, 16 Wall street.?Capital $2,000, 000.?Shares $25. Jacob Lorillard, President. John Leonard, Cashier. Directors?Jacob Lorillard, Gabriel Furman, Francis Cooper, H. C. De Rham, Peter Sharpe, George Ireland, Robert Spoir, George Arcularius, Anson Baker, (President of the Society of Mechanics and Tradesman tx ojjicio.) Abraham Warner, Shepherd Knapp, Robert Kelly, Philip Henry, Francis P. Sage. Union Bank, 17 Wall street.?Capital <1,000,000. ?Shares <50. Wm. Howard, President. Daniel Ebbets, jr. Cashier. Directors?Samuel S. How land, Mortimer Livingston, Knowles Taylor, Morns Ketuhum, F.dwm U. Berrymnn, Edward Kellogg, W-lliam Augustus White, JamesCheetertnan. (Three vacanciaa.) Howard H. White, Notary. Bank or America, Wall street, corner William street.?Capital $2 001,200? Shares $100. George Newbold, President. David Thompson, Cashisr.? Directors?Thomas Buckley, George Griswold, Ste phen Whitney, Jonathan Goodhae.t Benjamin L. Swan, John Johnatan, Peter Crary, J. H. Howlnnd, Frod. Sheldon, John B. Lawrence, John W. Leavitt, David Lee, Samuel M. Fox, Chas. Dickinson, Jero nms Johnson, John Targee. Stephen C. Williams, Notary. Phenix Bank, 24 Wall atreet.?Capital ?1,500,000, ?Shares <25. M. H. Gnnnelt, President. N. G. Ogden, Cashier. Ditvetors?David Bryson, J. S Crary, George Sharp, John Robins, Henry Parish, Garnt Storm, M. H. Gnnnell, Jehn Gray, James W. Otis, Robert Ray, Benjamin Curtis, James Do naldson, James Campbell. (One vacaney.) Wil liam Van Hook, Notary. Citv Bank, No. 38 Wall atreet.-Capiuil ?720,000. ?Shares <45. Thomas Bloodgood, President. G. A. Worili, Cashier. Directors?Jordan Wright, C. R. Suydam, Benjamin Corlies, H. Van Wagenen, Joseph Foulke, R. J. Walker, Willis in W. Fox, Abraham Bell, Henry Delafkld, John P. Slagg, Oli ver Corwin, Richard M. Lawrence, Daniel Pariah, Gabriel Wisner. Richard I. Wells. Notary. Benja min Clark, Attorney. Nobth Rives Bank, corner of Greenwich and Dey streets.?Leonard Kip, President. Aaron B. Hays, Cashier.?Capital?500,000. ?Shares$50 Directors? Thomas Brooks, Charles Trmder, Peter A. Jay, Cbarlvs Town, Thomas Dailing, James Benedict, Nathaniel Weed, Jaincs Swords, Aaron Clark, S. D. Rogers, S. W. Anderson, D. Phyla. G. D. Cooper, Notary. Peter A. Jay. Counsellor. Tradesmen's Bank, 177 Chatham street.?Capita1 $400,000.?Shares $40. Preserved Fish, President. Wm. H. Falls, Cashier. Directors?James Hall, Shivers Parker, F.ldad Holmes, Isaac Frost, F.bcnc aer Cauldwell, Henry W. Bool, William S. Smith, David Lyen, Nicholas Gilbert, S. W. Lowerrt, Gil bert Coat an l, Cyrus Hitchcock, Richard Lawrence, Josiah Macy, T. J. Townsend, Oliver Slate, jr., Lewis Say hi our, Samuel J. Hunt. (One vacancy.) Samuel F. Cowdrey, Notary. Delaware and Hudson Canal Compakv, (orner William and Pine streets.?Capital ? 1,600,000 ? Shares ?100. Jahn Wort*, President. John H. Wil liams, Cashier. Directora- Phil p Hone, Samuel Reynolds, William M Hslated, Allison Post, Wil liam Worrall, Edward Coleman, William F.. Lee, Jo aoph Bayley, John FergOson, Isaac L. Piatt, Robert Dyson, Howard Nott. Russell F. Lord, Chief En gineer. WtHiani K. Dunscnmh, Notary. Fulton Bank corner of Fulton and Petri afreets.? Capital M00,000.?Shares $50. John Adams, Pre sident. William J. Lane Cashier. Directors?Ben jamin Deforest, Amos Palmer, Samuel T. Tisdale, Edwin Clark, Daniel Trunblc, Anson G. Phelps, Jo seph Kerr.ochan, O. Mauran, John R. Willis, Robt. B. Mmturn, Caleb O Halstcnd, Valentine O. Hall. Charles A. Clinton, Notary. Chemical M ani pacturino Company, 216 Broad way, opposite St. Paul's Church.?Capital $500,000. ?Shares $25. John Mason, President. Archibald Craig, Cashier. Directors? Gideon Tucker, ?Vjlliam T M Coun, John Q,. Jones, Guorge Jones, Thomas W. Thorn. O. B. Gilbert, Factory Agent. Samuel A. Porter, Notary. James Kent, Counsellor. New YoKk Dry Dock Company?Rank, corner Avenue D and Tanth street?Office No. 27 Wall street.?Capital ?420,000.?Shares $30. Benjamin Strong, President. William W. Dihhlee, Cashier. Directors?K. D. Comstock, George W. Rrtien, W. II. Penning, Oiiaduih Holmes, KiimcII Stebbina, John H. La?ala. William Paxsen Hallstt, Lewis Ly man. James W. M'Koon.Motary. Merchants' K.xcmanos Bank, corner of Green wich nnd Dey atreeta.?Capital $750 000. ?Shares ?60. Peter Stagg, President. William M. Vermilya, Cashier. Directors?Hanrv Wyckoff, H. F. Tall madge, W F. Hsvemeyer. J. V. Nostrand, Eli Hart, Goold Hoyt, Horny Rankm, R. H. M'Curdv, Joseph B. Varmim, Samuel Thamsan, Jamea Brooke, Chas ter Clark. John L. Graham, Notary and Counsel lor. National Rank. 19 Wall atreet.?Capital 1760,000. ?hares MO. Albert Gallatin, President. Samuel Flewwelling, Cashier. Directere?William James, jr., Henry Andrew, Seth Grosvenor, Daniel Jackson, John Wilson, Dudley Selden, Abraham Sloodgood, Elisha Rigg*, Joseph Bouchaud. (Three vacancies.) Thomas W. Chrystie, Notary. Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, 370 Grand st? Capital $'200,000.?Shares $25. John Clapp, Presi dent. E. D. Brown, Cashier. Di.eciors? Frederick A. Tracv, Zebedee Ring, John Rogers, Thomas H. Mills, Win. E. Dodge, Thompson Prieo, Jeremiah Clark, Stephen Lyon, Abjah Fisher, Walter R. Jones, Russell Dart, Josiali L. Hale, William B. Bolles. John Leveridge, Attorney and Notary. Butchers' and Drovbrs' Bank, corner Bowery and Grand street.?Capital $500,000 ?Shares $25. Benjamin M. Brown, President. D. W. Townsend, Oashier. Directors?Jaoom Aims, John Pernn, George B. Smith, Joseph R. Taylor, Caleb Bartlett, Aruest Fink, William K. Craft, John Wood, David Cothenl, Jubcsh Loveit, Gideon Ostrander, Jacob P. Bunting. Greenwich Bank, 308 Hudson street.?Capital $200,000.?Shares $25. John R. Sattcrlee, President. Edward R. Weston, Cashier. Directors?James N. Wells, Robert Halliday, George CoggtH, Mordecai Meyers, Peter Stuyvesant, Henry Dulley, Joseph W. Beadell. Nathaniel Jarvis, Thomas Cumining, Timo thy Whittemore, Robert Wiltse, Clinton Gilbert, Lewis Webb, Isaac L. Varan. William L. Morris, Director, Attorney and Counsellor. Win, B. Aiken Notary. Leather Manufacturers' Bank, 45 William St.? Capital SS00.000.?Shares $60. Fanning C. Tucker, President. Francis W. Edmonds, Cashier. Direct ors?Gideon Lee, Ogden E. Edwards, James Met nell, K. K. Pritchelt, W. W. De Forest, Isaac J. Bicknell, Jehiel Jagger, Joseph N. Lord, Paul Spof ford. (Three vacancies.) Morns Franklin, Notary. Thos. R. Lee, Counsellor and Attorney. Seventh VV^hd Bank, 52 East Broadway.?Ca pital $500,000.?Shares $50. Walter Bowne, Presi dent. Alfred 8. Fraser, Cashier. Directors?Abra ham Dally, Wm. S. Coe, Henry Erben, James R. Whiting, John V. Greenfield, Hsnry Ogden, David Brown, Philip Harmon, Abraham C. Hoagland, Gil bert Hopkins, Samuel N. Dodge, Augustus Cornwall. James R. Whiting, Notary and Counsellor. Commercial Bank, corner of Chatham and Cham bers streets.?Capital, $600,000?Shares $60. Geo. D. Strong, President. Hiram Curtiss, Cashier. Di rectors?Henry Laverty, John Field, James L. Gra ham, R. C. Townsend, Wm. WyckoO', John Lovett, H. J. Quackenboss, Daniel K. Tvlee, Wells Phillips, Felix Ingoldsby, James B. Douglass. E. T. Throop Martin, Notary. Lafayette Bank, 426 Broadway, near Canal st. ?Capital $500,060?Shares $100. Richard M'Carty, President. AlfredColvtll, Cashier. Directors?Ben jamin D. Brush, D. B. Tallmadge, Jacoh Westervalt, James Harriott, A. Leek wood, John H. Cornell, Wm. M. Clarke, Charles Dusenberry, Nicholas Ludlum, Farnurn Hall, T. G. Talmage, Burr Wakeman. Dan iel K. Tallmadge, Attorney and Counsellor. Philip 8. Crooke, Notary. Bank of the State of New York, 15 Wall St.? Capital $2,000,000?Shares $100. Cornelius W. Law rence, President. Reuben Withers, Cashier. Direc tors?Isaac Townsend, John Steward, Chas. A. Da vis, Reuben Withers, Morgan L. Smith, John Bolton, Henry W. Hicks, James N. Tuttle, Chas. Dennison, Joseph Lawrence, Jonas Conkllng. Ferdinand Suy dam. John L. Graham, Notary and Attorney. tBOOKLYN BANKS. Long Island Bank, No. 7 Front street.?Capital $300,000?Shares $50. Leflert Leffcrts, President. Daniel F.mbory, Cashier. Directors?Robert Carter, Robert Baehe, Egbert Benson, Nehemiah Denton, H. Cernell, David Johnson, Joseph Ktssam, Silas But ler, Jahn Schenek, James S Clark, S. D. Wilkins. Benjamin D. Sillunan, Notary. Brooklyn Bank, No. 5 Front street.?Capital $200.000?Shares $20. Robert T. Hteks, President. Robt. J. Crommeiin, Cashier. Directors?R. V. W. Thome, Conklin Brush, K. K. De Russy, Joseph Mo ser, Joseph Sprague, James Foster, J. G. Murphy, Coe S. Downing, Timothy T. Kissnm, John Thome. Nathaniel F. VV aring, Attorney and Counsellor. R. D. Covert, Notary. Atlantic Bank, No. 66 Fulton street?Jonathan Trotter, President. J. S. Doughty, Cashier. Direc tors?John Lawrenee, Jokn T. Bergen, Edwin Hicks, Wm. Rockwell, Henrv C. Murphy, Robert F. Man " - ? i. M. ley, Clarence D. Sacks t, Wm. M. Udall, Win. Hun ter, jr., Stephen Haynes, Samuel Smith, Richard Cornwall. Table iif Discount Days at the New York City and Brooklyn Banks. Monday?Manhattan, Merchants', Union, City, Sev enth Ward, Commercial. Tuesday?New,York, America, Tradesmen's, Dry Dock, National, Mechanics' and Traders , Butchers' and Drovers'. Greenwich, Lea ther Manufacturers', Lafayette, Bank of State of New York, Brooklyn, Atlantic. Wednesday?Mechanics', PheniX, Delaware dk Hud son, Fulton, Merchants' Exchange, Long Island. Thursday? NewjYork, Manhattan. Union, City, Sev enth Ward, Commercial. Friday?Merchants', America, Tradesmen's, Dry Dock, National, Mechanics' and Traders' Butchers' and Drovers', Greenwich, Lea ther Manufac?ircrs', La avetts, Bank of StRte of New York, Brooklyn. Saturday?Mechanics', Phenix, Delaware and Hud son, Fulton, Merchants' F.xchange, Long Island, Atlantic. Daily?Chemical and North River. Luttf fit 04k I btufkt rrrui told ml Ikt Aew Ycrk Stock JCxtkm* gt. trUA tktir par valu*: ? ItNll Par Par. failed B.aie* Bank, $100 Farroert' Treat Co .10 Bank of N. York, >00 Louisiana Raak, 100 Manbalinn Bank. 50 Loai-tnna Male B ,nk, 100 Merchants' (to. 40 NO (a. k Bkr Co. 100 Mechanica* (to. 23 Do Civ Bank, loo Union do 30 Commercial Hk N. O loo Bank of America, 10> Merb k Tm Hk N. O. .30 City Bank, 45 Mnhi'e Bank, lOo Phenl* Bank. 84 Blew lla*rn Bank. 100 North River Bank, 50 Riehantr Bk Hartford, Tradesmen*' On. 40 Plantrra' Bk, Mi*?. 100 Chemical do. 85 Vleksh'tjCom kit ItRk, 100 Pulton do. SO Merchant** Bank, Bait , Del k Hail. Ca. Co. Bk, 100 Franklin Bk. Cincm., 100 Dry Dock Bank, 30 Lafayette. Bk, i o, 100 Green* icti do. 85 P anier*' Nk Taan.. |no Hutch k Drntr. Bk. 85 Ohm Life k ' rust Co. 100 Mech k Trad. Bank, 25 Am Trn-?Co Ball., .30 National do. .30 Bank ?f Kentucky. 100 Merchant!* P*. de. to Clmom H *nk. Ohio. 100 Leather Manu'a da. 40 Om Bk, Buffalo, Beve. th Ward do. 50 G'd G I K U k B. Co 100 Commercial da. .30 N. H k Del Bndg-e Co, 84 Lafayette dn. 100 Charleston Rank, Ml te Bank nf N. f. 100 Com. Bank, Be nta, O. Lone Island Bank, 40 I linot* Blnie B ink, 100 Brookl n do. 20 N D UasklU'cCo* 100 A'lantm Bk. Brooklyn, *0 Bnuthem Trust, 50 M?r. Can. fc Bk f Co. 100 Coat Bk. Manchester, lOo Life In*, and Trnat Ca. 100 mabine ta't'uvrr rnnoair*. Net* York Inn. Co, $30 N. V. Btate do. .10 Oeem do. 85 Jaekaoo do. .30 American do. 50 C< mmerrtal do. K0 Naiinnal do. .30 W ashing ton do .5o Union do. .30 Bea do. 50 Atlantic. do. 30 Mercbaata' do. 100 Neptune do. 50 rtao inavtaNct coMPaMiBk Mntnal Inaoranee On. $30 Howard W'aahierton do. 30 Fircnirn'e Kngle do. 100 Brooklyn Merchant*' do. 180 New York Manhattan (V. 50 Cby North River do. 25 Bowery KqOBahle do. 30 t a<l Kieer J. Person do. ?> laantr taiand United Htntea do. 23 Greenwich Ci.nlrihuUonahlpdo. *0 N. Amertcao Aflina ilo. ?38 N York Gat I it h Co. $30 Can* k Amboy R, K (00 *?? - it it inn do. .30 do. 89 do, 17 do. too do. loo do. 85 do. 25 da. .30 do, 88 do. 40 __ . ... Pf, v, t Bnan. R R. 180 r?rr Deal, k Wme R. R. 100 N Y k Bch'll Coal'Co, 58 Norn i. h k ? ? Merthant.* Fachaapc. 10# fb"ok Iterton R R. M- hawk Rail Road, W" V"?* fc 1, I an Pateraon Rail Rond, 98 Lk.? u a liha a k liwrtii R B. 50 Mud. k Be. M?-re R R. Ha rainy a Rail Rood, 180 Barot |? k *?? *? "* Harlvm Rail Rna t, 50 L ny '*'* lj, u B< a k Pro* R R kT.Co, 180 Canton Co. Ball. ?? Boat, k Prnv R. R. I0? N. H. k Hartfkrd R, It 98 N.J. R. R. k T. Line, 90 To the People of the United States. The New York state ?lections, wnich take place in November next, will determme the ascendancy, either of the whig or of the democratic party in this stale, and this decision in New York will inevitably give the next presidency, in the elsokon of 1840, either to elo quent Henry Clay of Kentucky, or cunning Martin Van Buren of Kinderhook. At the recent election in this city, both parties were nearly equally balanced, the actual difference not be ing 160 votes in 40,000?a mere tritle in popular contests. The position of both parties is believed to bo similar throughout the state?that is to say, neck and neck, tail and tail?very like a whale, and very like a whale. In this condition of things, the Editor and Proprie tor of the New Yohk Hcbald, having pity fwr the ignorance of man, and love for the beauty of woman, will turn sotiM of bis attention to politics during the next six months?not as a partisan, for he has too much experience ever to be a partisan?but as a philosopher, as a patriot, as an independent, thinking, and reflecting being?an animal that may be called a phenomenon in human affairs. The history ef the various movements of both parties, in every part of the state, from this time up to November next, will be faithfully collected, re corded, compared and commented on in this puper. We shall investigate and analyze the results of the last fww years, and endeavor to place, accurately and fully before our readers, the state of the question, each day, each week, or each month, as the new events turn up en the tide of time, like dead mackerel with their white bellies uppermost, on the tide of the eter nal ocean. It will be, in fact, such a peri >dical, phi losophical analysis of the political elements, heaving and throwing in this state, as we daily give ef the financial elements, rushing and raging throughout tha nation. In aid of this project?perfectly original in this country?we desire independent men of both parties, and in every county?such men as love beautiful truth with rapture, and adore more beautiful woman with a deeper rapture?to forward us information in detail of the Beverai districts, so that by compar.ng the whole in this great central point ef thought and beauty, we may be able to reach some probable and accurate opi nion as to the result of the next state election, and the fate of Francis Granger and William L. Marcy in November, involving as it does the fate ef Henry Clay and Martin Van Buren in 1840. We are on the eve of a greater movement in New York, and deeper excitement in the Union, than any country hae ever seen since the call of Abraham. The preliminary contest fer November begins this day the work. Both parties, we learn, intend to ee lebrate the recent victory?both claiming it to be theirs?and both swearing, like moss troopers on a foray, that they will carry Sew York next fall, per fat aut nefas, which being interpreted in the locofoeo vernacular, means?"agin all natur." cr NOTICE.?Th* wholesale bwmn? of Dr. Braadreih's pr.net pal office it now removed lo hi* ntw and spacious estab lishment No,341 Broadway, whrrr hit ce'ehrat< d "VBOB TABLK UN1VKK8AL FILLS" nay al ili limrilirutiiaincd ta large or small quantities,and whrrr all agsata -re desired to direct their eoramuntuatiooa. Rem ?m her? The PRINCIPAL BRANDRKTfllAN OFPiCK la 241 Broadway, uppimUsUw Park. The Minor Office* are? 187 llodson Mreet, 1 tf prune street, nest to Ran affice, and 276 Bowery. N. B. For authorised agents,see Dr. Brandreth s a vertiae men!, and observe that ail who sell the resume medicine have a certificate of agency sealed and signed. ia3l-lf B. BHANDRKTH. M. D. CT ON A 8UBJKCT OMKPLV IATICIIKIT I NO TO MANY.?Hince the pctMicatlsn of my little private volume on Venereal Disease, lie. (designed originally for those who wished ta have a private, as well as a spet-ny and conve nient mode of cure,) it has been my lot t? witness so many wretched example* el these diseases, arising chiefly from the various boasting nostrums which AU cur daily papers, as tc in duce me tn give a portion of time expressly to onsuliatUn on them Ili* not, howrv.tr, hy say mean* agreeable to enter, myself, apon Hie ad vrrtisiag b*t?yet, the importtitre o( the subject, together with the difficulty ?f malting my nra?liee known ia any other wav, ba* led me to this <oor*e. Perhap* there are ao diseases winch rive a oh re Intense degree of suf fering to the mind, nor are there any which require a greaer share at knowledge and experience, combined with strict in tegrity, in those who are consulted on them. And when it lur. liter b reflected on that venereal diseases, If a l horoughly eradl ated from the ronstiiutioe, do not ennflne themselves to those who Brit contract them, hat extend to the virtuous ami Innocent, U niu?l appear in every meaet sease, tliet these com plaint* are worthy of the time and talent of the very h*st phy sicians. In asking, however, for so great a share of confidence on atuhjectofie deep an interest, It seems e pedient that I Simula also give iMk statement o the ground on which I sevk this eonfldenee. For these reasons, though Iheg lo state,th it ia addition to being a graduate of P.d nhurgb. a eieniher of the Royal Collega of Murgeana, Loodwu. a* well aa the saibor of the "Private Treatise," written expieaaly on dts- aaesof this natare, I have also testimonial letters Irom I e giratest sur geons in Rurope tn the most eminent In America, as Dr. Molt ol New York, sod Dr. Physlck af Philadelphia, sndth>*emay he sees hy a?y oae who wishes it I would theralore only add, thai th-.se wlm write by the post, or otherwise caasult me will receive the faithful attention of one of much experience and knewls-dge in this department of disener*. JOWRPII RALPH. M D , 38 Conrtlandt St. For those re<ldingat a distance, a little chest,containing ev ery medirlne Ac. necessary far the care, the book being fltted l*the ltd. I* kept, (price $12 ) This W forwarded to every part ef the V n tail States, anil N is aMoniahing ta those who have It, ta observe with what '?>??at certainty they care t liens selves, even after they had failed hy various other tmana A farther notice of the "Private Volamr" may lie seen In an other colore* of this paper. afa-Am DH. JIHI DNON iscoaeu.ten cniffldentlaav at btaoffwr No. 17 Duane street, itetwoeaChatham ami WHIiom sts.ns the febowiag dlssames, *h??out this a, ? C It a neves Strtctares, Meininal ta ah neat, and the namerna* dnvane* aria iag from venereal poena or improper treibneat. Dr. Jotmaoi eagages lo remove any recent nflbctloa In two or three day* and the most inveterate cases ia a proportionale time, withoo the ase of any debilitating of ii^odVttou* medicine, or prevee lion from business. F warms entrusting then.selvns to Ur.Joha snn's c *rr, may dose tur nselve* with a certainty of success, b the most aggravatedrssae. Hcroftdons sore-,uleerated le.*s he.speedily Healed. Strangers would do well by giviug ft Johnson a call,as aeertnin preventative may be nisde again*: theoerurren eof the fare gome disease s, which ha* never fh'U ad when used within twnnty-faur hnur* after exposure, led ters poy paid, and enclosing at *e, ean have the nvcentnrr me dicine, and -lirect maa l?r 'la-use far war led. Attendance from fl, A. M. tollalalglH. Dr. Jnhnsaoha* moved from !? rh -inherssteeet a-?l Ira* OK>< IB ? IMI1 II I'AITK?Aa elegant and higldy approved Den.fiAca,? To give a pear y whiteness to the teeth, T euhonee the charm* and beauty of the meuth, And add ? fragrnntsweetaesn m the breath, la ntta nment nag desnatly wished, Thou eh ne'er till ? n<* effe# Ivelv achieved. The rims Too'h Paste happily insures Tu's mil h de-lfWd re-uH, a* Will N* use. With promp ne?. an- high mtisfactinn. prove. THK oRniB rririTII PABTR, whde It tienotlflea the teeth, removing end preveaimg every appearance o tartar, and giving m them ecleur and pearly whiteness, im Brive* the color of the lips Ms gum*, and gives addition* nuty lo the fasti '?MmhU of the m?Uth?hy it* ?! stnteclln, properties it greatly tend* n presarve the tneth front decsv and It ?hn tmpsrts that i* eulhsr and fragrant sweet nr.* to th" hmath fur winclt lite i?rri* Hnsw ia ? itwtlv and extensively celebrated. For ?n!a wh ie ate sad retsil hv H. C. MART No. 173 Broadway, *2|.y uurner til Court In ..it ? t 1*11 K I'll'LOAO I'll ICFJI mtNK AT LAM DlhCiiVRRRD!?fte P??RTT*B Fra?>i?.ainr r-v- falls Uierndir*t" t certain delicate s"tnpla ol If taken af the on I set, s stogie dose is niffic, ,it? and if of iongvr du stion. a ?irt ftle bottle gene.n Iv aodice* R very One ?? sffllet- I ma he its own physician, f r the directions are so p am, laitMul and espre#*i< a. ss t-t anabh1'he i-tdlvViaal to treat hi* disease, a* welt o* a sure method of presen tog U. Indeed ibntr.and* have suld that the prevalencv > f this annoving -not pi dot has mm deriuhy decreased siace the Rmtltvaio' has been made public. It all* easy a- she smmueh wlthnut tearing the hrvuilt. For sale hy A B a ft. Banna corner eotim. and W||| am <*re..,s , Myar,aof. Bowery <s* Walker at. nod corner Band and Bowery; * Nooen. A44 Broadway, and P. Burnet.AA fkh av*nue In Philadelphia, hy I P. Wfifflth. Price $1 __ asyll las' YD I, ?? B - A Tuvaeu aaand, end ahm e dweMiny hoe - sod store In a pteesnot twnnuTariaring vIIInge tn th, <? mi * try a law aawa* fVnm the Norm Rivnr. Inquire at this office. at Ira* A TT A PKIVATB rRKAflSK.kc. O.VV 1BN KKKAL UIMtiAHK.1, GONORRHEA, GLEET, Ac., will Mn more especially lor ihose who require a privnte, as well as an unmwilirtir ino perfect wre ot their complaints, but adapted also to the uce of ever* midvidusl. The Treatise, (which may be had alone If wiahed lor,I i* fitted in the ltd 01 a Hub cites ~ comainiug e?#ry ingredient and medicine ne cessary lor the cure. Having thU lilile cheat and book com plete, there 11 no oeeasinu whatever to make a second person acquainted with the subject, not even in Ion* standing ami doubtful cases. Il it be preferred, however, the author may be consulted confidentially by poet or otherwise, and the me diciae aeutui any distance. It would be sc trcely poaaible to Oipreaa the saiisl action thla little book affords to nil wIki are acquainted wit it, lor being kno*n to give the plain and faithlul treatment nl a regular physician of many yeaisexperivnce, and one also who i* hon ored witu testimonial letters Irotn the high- at surgeons in Ku rope to the moat eminent in America, as Dr. Mottoi New York, and Dr. l'Uystck of Philadelphia?its direction* are followed with that confidence and regularity which ensure success. la this little volume, not only are the different kinda rf the dis ease described with plainness, but the cure ot those oilier and more distressing symptoms which arise from constitution, ha bit* of lite, age he. is also given with great clearness, v> that those who?;- health and spirits are aliunsl broken down for wwntot proper treatment, are led at ote-e to see their error.? To every man of sense it must be rviuent that nothing cau he m re unwise than to trust himself to any ot leose ho.isiing n. strums which are daily advertised as certain cures in all those vary ing circumstances. Indeed, il is to those, chiefly, that we hear of so many persons continuing on from month to month uncured, and it should he also known.that it is nut only the anxiety of mind, and great expense incurred by these ,|e ceptions.hul wher a clap or gleet is suffered to remain so long, nothing is more common than a stricture as the consequent*. Now, astrijture.il not removed by proper means, is the most serious thing that cats possibly happen, and, which makes it w-wse, It frequently exists where neither the patiwi.t' Y the doctor once suspects it. Moreover, this is the stage of the dis ease in which so much ignorance and knavery is practised by advertising persons. There are those, for instance, who pre tend to cure a gleet arising from this cause, with a box ol piils, or a bottle of drops, when every surgeon knows that all the physic in the world would never euro a stricture. Kor these reasons, therefore the author has be?? particularly anx ious to make tl.tf cure of strictures plain and easy, and in this lie has succeeded moslcompletely. Many have consulted him on strictures who are peueclly astonished at the ease anil which th*v are cured, having for years tried quickness with _ every other means in vain. Indeed, under lite author's mode of treatment, nothing is more safe and easy than the cure of strictures. The rtmaining chapters of this little volume are on ths sub ject of venereal disease, properly so railed, in which every symptom from its very first beginning down to its most ne glected term, are slated with the utmost clearness. In all their stages the treatment will he seen to be exceedingly easy and effectual, to that, with the assistance of the little chest, any one may nndertakehiscore with perfect safety. Intitesechap ters also, will he found some facts detailed upon the effect of old venereal taints on children. Many who tire aboot to mar ry, or being married have no families, will find some deeply in trresting rxpla-ntionson this subject. Priee of the Chest and Book complete, $12.00. The Book alone, gl.no. Letters on consultation addressed to the author. a20-3m DR. RALPH. 38 Courtlandt at. New York. Dm. VANDK" BVJHGH'S fknalh Hl.NO VATINw PILLS, trom Uormany, an effectual remedy for suppression, irregularity, and all cases where nature does Bet have her regular ami pre per course. N. B. Not to he taken during pregnancy. The sale of 1369 hoxes during the last nine months Is a sufficient guarantee of their efficacy. Hold only by MHS. BIND, midwife and female physician, 3i2 Bowery, New Yctrk. Likewise her celebrated soothing *vrup fur children teething, a safe, ture and effectual remedy. Also,an excellent remedy foi sere nipples, prepared and sold as above. Advice gratis. tuyS-Sni* f N PI-C KTiTTC flllHIII, CDLblTPTfMlB J. Sore Throats, Rheumatism, all Cut am ous diseases, such at Halt Rheum, Erysipelas, Hcrolulous Eruptions, he., ran he cured in a few days uy the use of Doctor Jackson's Nedicated Vapnnr Baths, at 209 Bowery, where visitgri may he accom modated w:tli? Bath ?t five minutes' notice, every day, Irotn I g o'clock, V M. antil II o'clock ia the evening. N. B. tisnteel fa'aiskrd apartments, with board, anf the best of nurses provided for invalids who ntay wish to put themselves und? r Doctor Jackson's treatment, and bis Medi cated Vapour Baths, k is proper lv mention, these Bath* have no resemblance to tbe Thomsoniaa system, nor treat ment. sdilst' N O Cll l(K, NO PAY. HALT KH KIM, KINU WORM, TETTER, BARBER'S,or JACKHON ITCH. SCALD HEAD, and nil oilier diseases of the skin, effectually cured by the use of "8AND9 REMEDY FOR SALT RHEUM,* which has now been tested in rising 2S0# cases without in one instance '??ving failed. No alteration in ?hat is necessary, and there Is no osnger la applying it even to the tenderest infant It is a discovery never before known In the history of medicine, ami every pettoo afflicted with cutaneous diseases in any form is invited to make immediate use of litis valuable medicine. Numerous certificates ot lu virtues have been received by the proprietor, and will ?e ex it ihttrd on application. Hv. pored and sold kvA.B.kD. HAND*, luOKolum street, cornvf of William, and sold by druggists genera'ly in many of the principal cities and towns in the linked States. N. B. Il can he ord red with other gos.ls of any of the prin cipal druggists in this cu s or Ph ladelpbia. all lnt* rjpO S tt| N.?The attention nfiseomen is particularly 1 requested t? the adveriisemaola in other parts ol this pa per of HUN rCR'H RED DROP for V 1. The msdeof life peculiar to seamen ren 'ers it particularly nec? s.trv for j Uieni in flint out a aMdidnr that wi I cure immediately and al low them t? proceed on iheir voyage, instead of being sent to ? ?--? ? nedlcla " ? ? - ? - ? suffer ia an hospdal?such a medlcTne ia Hanter*- Red Drop. Price, $i per 1 Kittle All genu ne wPI have the signature of Dr. V. Levison, r.f who ? it cau be obtained at S Division itret L my4lm* ? _' OIBMIate ffRnsnFiFippiv celebrated Astringent Pills nre now considered nn imalli ble cure, after the fnilurc of coptiva, cubehs, injections, Ac.? Over 100,nOO bnsr* have twen Sold without any complaint to on* agent Eor gravel, loss ot control o(f bladder, or pr.ntrate glands, and all affections of the kidneys, these pills are pre eminently suceeaafull. Irt female * eakn-sses, green sickntat, irregularity and suppresstor, they never fsil to restore to per tret health. Dr. Cherry's pills are tbe females best frieml Per sale and reWtl hy A. B. h D. HANDS, I AC *?lton at. corn.-, of William sod at the following drug storee ?Corner Walker and Broadway; cor. Cross and Pesrtt cor ner Bowery and Walker ; nor Grand end Bowery | corner lloeaton nad Bowrry, cor. Bond and Bowery; cor. Usual and Hudson; and I* Burnett's, 33 SIxU Avenue. In Phikeduipkis, by Hamnel P. (JrifTilh, Jr. Price $1 per bos. N. B. Country merchants who desire to bny by the doten or crow, will be supplied ai a liberal discount, ami the Pills will h?' warranted to them to produce lite desl'ed effect, myll-lm* Nil. ft I>1 VISION HTKKijT?-lu gratitude to Mr. IT. Levtein, Mir whose philanthropy in making the celebra ted l,e*i*on'i Hunter's Red Dmp pnhlic, and in hopes that this will he the mra sof rescuing others Iro ?> the gmve, and resto ring them to society arain. I nerrby certify that I knew bia Red Drip t > core an unfortunate friend of mine, af er having the v ? I one year, la the meantime ail the other adv- rtlsed remedies w?re used, ami several of the advertised physician* were well fe? d to cure, bat ta no good effect. The person now eit)oys goo t heaith. and was cured iatwo weeks,by one bottle of L? vtaoa's lluuter*s Me.. Drop. C B? No. Iff street. New York, J hoc 1st, 1937. N. B. Th s g. ntieman has allowed himself to be referred to, and can he seen at any lime. mys-lm* A KOI IIP-.H K\ IOKHCE ?rUviBpfrtonl; of Hue ?tt'i Rett Drop. Br IT, Lerm.n S Oiviaion *tre?* ?Dear.Bir: Ifarine la an un (MrilPil n? mrtt '?Mtracl^d ikit ilmdM dwrt?f Uter*#,*#*l, im roar city, anil suffer ng yrailv uiMfr it* eiralent eflerta, an.I having trWW all r? m rltea witkoal aaeceaa, g*ve up all Imp*, unul seeing ynar advertisement. when I parei a*e<l "ae bntiie, ind ant entirely free flrom it and II* effect*. Thanklne y a !<>r Ike vnoil >1 ha? done an . inn t' nkiag if it he of any servie* in | oldish ilia above, yoa ara at liberty In do an. I re ?tain,?lr. vnum, with rr.tltit.le JOHN ? B**H. r.imptown. N. J Jan. IS, IMB. my*- 'm' 1MIK IIAl If! THK HAIR! I?It should invariably If- Itnrae in mind mat to a good aet of Teeth, tha aeit nvwt tie* rable p. a perly la the poseesatnn of a fine head ef HAIR, ami whteh ran only be al.lamed by a constant and fVee iwr nl the VKUET (BLR IIAIK ll|l,.a richly pertained and dealrah'e ?ul>*tittiie for the m*ay IpjurinQ* preparatioaa that are dally palmed apon t'.e pobllc. Tie *d vrfttaet pledget hinitelt 'hat the VRORTABI-R HAIR Oil, a III lie I en a I in n<<oii?h ami iim Rtben the Inlr, and r?-l l?k n lm .I place*-and lit order to MH iht e ate ,i aire demand fhr It. ha* put It at the low prl -e of V) rent* per bottle, Eor sale Uy H. C. HART. I7!i Rr>m4*av. ail y corner of Cmsrtlandt at. SMiit Afc,r? k\ ( tinprii'i lotioa run riMPI.PI> PACK*?The great "R1r Aath v" aaaured the proprietor at the tIm* In praaenb-d this receipt, that he never knew an in-lanee of it? fail tag to produce a rare. The aaleot it la i orope ha* h? en Immense (toln by K M (Talon. 127 Bawery. corner of Grand ?t; Hea ty. corner ?f Pike ats 441 Grand tat; II C. Hart, cor of Broad way and f'oortlandt * , and Wm B. HmTman, M7 Rmndway. Price N'renin at. Sat AMCACn-IMPORTANT Til THK BRAU M'NDR ? t t?r Vanilla Ci mpoond,or Persian Jtoap, continue* to eitioy Hi high reputation a* the only emnaelle that wdl reatore eruption* of the are and Irerklea It give- great relief to the a. e and hand* ? h >r the ?kni i? liai>|e to chap Irotn ??* mine wlad which, fram iiahealing properties la a great de*i deraium. The amo?th, traoaparent appearance it givestn the em .pi< ttota, ma-i hctpeah mr u a groat popularly among th adtea A- ? i.r u.mag It cannot be *ui pa*?, in ?? in a f. w arconda a fine rkh lather The painmare if re ceives fio.n the noh'htv and gentry of Prance and Rag land ha* tnadeb eiten?i*elv usee ta Fampe. It mavhe i ad of II. C. Hart, corner of Broadway a??d Cnart Itrnll *M J M Hart, corner of C ham her at and Bowtdway; vt n? B II .<!" *n. A'-? Br ii'lway; and R M Oma, 1/7 Bow ery. coi ner m Grand at comer or Henry and Pih- *U. and 441 Grand ?t. Price "41 rent*. at S"' VI' IIH Al, AIIR RVTftatrAI.. nil OI.hARR t * ? la conaalted aa nana I In the treatment rd a certain class ot olarasea. lie appetaea the paMte that he hna received a regular prnpoaioaal erlncatton itt thw eonatry, and 4 not to he **?""* with the self-named iloetara, ane.hral puffers, awl pretender* ?t ?day. Wfflcr No. I Ann at, near the American Moaeaat. ? rate rntranee third drmr Imoi the Maaeaaa Lamp ?< 'ha ialter* oflkr door a (he rsening H* I from our Evening Edition.] Thi Lady or Lyons.?This very excellent piece was played last night at the I'aik, and wentofT remark ably well. In the opening scene, Mrs. Wliealley played very badly ; her shrill voice piped and whistled in the sound, and she was continually annoying the audience with lier own vile interpolations, instead of sticking to the original text. Towards the last of the piece, how ever, she improved astonishingly ; nothing could ex ceed the manner in which she railed at Melnotte; she delivered these words to the very life : "oh, you abomi nable, hardened, pitiful, mean, ugly villain 1" Charlotte Cushman played the Widow M.-lnotte ad mirably, because she played it naturally. In two in stances she emphasised wrongly; thus?"Now you are cured. Claude," she emphasised on the word "cured" instead of the word "now." Again in the sentence, "What ia this, Claude 7" instead of "What is this, Claude?" Her interjections were admirably delivered, when Melnotie, enraged, was asking? Claude?Mother, am I humpbacked, deformed, and hideous ? Widow?You. Claude?A coward, a thief, a liar ? Widow?You. This was well managed by both. The following pas sage, by Forrest, drew dow* six distinct rounds of ap plause. "What am I then; worse than all these? Why, 1 am a peasant! What has a peasant to do with love? Vain revolutions, why lavish your cruelty on the great? Oh that we we. the hewers of wood and drawers of wa ter, had been swept away, so that the proud might learn what the world would be without as r" Miss Cushtnan throughout made many very fine points of a part that in other hands would scarcely have been above mediocrity. Mrs. Richardson played remarkably well?never better, in her best days?and that is saying rnneh. Her | delivery of this and other passages was inimit^'0|ei " And you have a wife enjoy luxury while a husbanu toils! Claude, take me; thou canst not give me wealth, titles, station, but thou canst give me a true heart. I will work for thee, tend thee, bear with thee, and never, never shall these lips reproach thee for the past." Forrest's manner nad tone in this speech, was equal to his best efforts in any part:? "Taunt on, sir; I spared you when you were un armed; I am unarmed now. A man who has no excuse for crime is indeed defenceless." The extracts we gave in yesterday's paper, were beautifully given by Mrs. Richardson, commencing "Love has no thought of self," and "you will see him.' Jtc. Jcc. Placide looked arid played his part to perfection.? Riehings made the most of a very disagreeable part Clark was excellent as the father Pauline; Wheatley had little to do, and did that little well; Povey, as usual, spoiled a passable part, by his pitiful interpolations of his own coining. Forrest desetves special notice-?ho played chastely and correctly, and drew down repeated rounds*! ap plause. But the part is not in his line. In the handa of James Wallack, it may be made much more of, than Nature allows Forrest to make of it. The piece how ever, was well cast, and went off with immense eclat.? Forrest was called out and unnounced it for repetition t?n.ght, amidst enthusiastic cheering. There was about $1,100 in the house. owe ?oiU ...w to the actors one and all. D<? for heaven's sake Itun ike text ami apean u. ssway wttu your interpolations and transfiosilioaa; there is not one of you can hope to improve on Bulwer, and you should not attempt to do so. We had a copy of the play pub lished by Harper, in our head, as we witnessed the re presentation, and we presume it was correctly p ,n ed ; we began to score and underline and insert and mark, the words omitted, and the interpolations, until we be came too tired to write more. This same c -py is now so scored and searred, that we verily believe the author himself, could not read the printed part of it. National Thkatrk.?At this haute last eight, Henry IV. was played in most excellent style. The acting of James Walisck, as Trince Hal, certainly nevet was surpassed. "Time his not thinned his flowing hair," nor robbed his acting of that vivacity, joy is. nesa, raciness, sparkling humor and finish, which it al ways possessed. These are but worda, and this un qualified praise; but we cannot give any other to Jamea Waliack's acting in " Prince Hal." It was a picture throughout?a highly finished, chaste, and richly colored picture?by the hand of a finished artist. None but himself can be his parallel. No man in this country, and we belie v no other, can present te a deligh'ed audience so admirable a piece of acting, even in nny fa vorite part, as James Wallack'a Hal. Next te it, certainly,was Miss Msnier's 'I.sdy Percy.* We never saw the eharacter made a part before. She Icoktd the Ladf rtrcf to perfection. Her fine form, and classic features realised one's early dreams of the high born Kate. Her readings were very correct ; ami that indispensable requisite of an actress, " manners,'' sbe possesses in an eminent degree. Above all sbe shows no shadow of imitation. Her voice is musical?" gentle, sofi.andlow. an excellent thing in woman" her enun ciation clear and distinct. She is a most admirable sub atitate for Emma Wheatley, who. perhaps, has commit ted more classic murders, tbtn sny young lady of her age, sire end stauding ta society. Sbe will make an ex cellent wife, but a he waa a moat miserable actree*. and the stage is well rtd of her. We know neither of tho young ladios, nor ear* one whit about them, beyond their acting. But these are our boneat opinions, and we express them plainly. Harry Waliack occasienaliy gave us too much of the Irish brogue, but altogther his Htrry Percy, was sn admirable portrait. We know ne man in tk# coun try that could doit better. Of Hackeu's " FslstalT.' we are sorry to speak in terms of quslilied prs s# , it wsnte softness, mellowness, richness. It is so excellent a play ing part, that a clever actor like Harkeit cannot help making it tell, for It abounds in good points. But Hac. keu's vnlce does not do for ike part?it " pipe# sad whistles in the sound" oects onsl.'y, end at intervals it resembles s cracked bell; ill# a compound ofihs Cape Cod roaster, the Yankee clerk pedlar the Penobscot lumber dealer, the Banger land auctioneer, and the Portland pedagogue. True.old Jack says that his voice ha I grown hosrse singing anthems, hut then it was oc casionally mellowed by the sack he swallowed. William* and Blskely, as the two carriers, were ini mitable ; the piece went ? ff well; there were about $700 la the house. Oust* Tooth Parra.?All who demre t# preserve sad beautify their taeth, and give a perfumed sweet ness to thr tr breath, ahoald use the Orvt Teoth Psete. We speak from ef peril nee. Oeatlratea may have filthy teeth, and offensive breath, if tney prefer it.? Our sympathies are not with tbaan- But, ??dts*. thta Paste is worthy your attention. It can he ohtataed in various places sa advertised in th?npaf*r.