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pTroni Mr B?**ug I*gNi?Or,the ScH?I*r'? Woolm?. ?t Mtir sowitt. Bomt Tibbie lifjti! Tii rough ?ua and stormy wcuthur, 8 be kepi upon thebroumy bill* Her father** flock* together. ?imteea ?uaimer* haduhe ? ArosrhU'i jest unsealiuf? Without .enow , without (ear, lo her mountain sheiltnf. ?he wti made for happy thoughts, ror p layful wit and laughter, Hinging on the hils alone. With Kcho tinging after. She had hair aa deeply black Aa the dead 01 thunder; She hud brows a ? beautiful, And dark eye. sparkling under. Bright and witty shepherd girl! Betide a mountain water 1 foandher, whom the king himself Would prou iy anil his daughter. fftie waa silting 'rnong the crags, Wild and mossed and hoary. Heading in an ancio it buok Some old martyr story. Tears were starting to her eyes? Solemn thought was o'er her? When she .aw in that loue place, A straager stand befi re her. Crimson was her snnny cheek, And her 'ipssrenird moving With iba bua'iufsof her h. art? How eouid I help loving ! Am*ng the crags I sat me down, Upon the uioumain hoary. And made Iter read agiitt tome Thai old pathetic slo'y. And then she sang me moun ain song:. Till all tne air was ringing With her clear aad warming voice, As when the lark is tinging. And when ihe eve came on at length, Among the hi inniiagheather, W> herded ?n the m nuntain's side Her father's llock together. And near unto ..er father's house. Isa.u ' tiixid night." with sorrow, And only wished that I might say, We'll mselagiiu tomorrow." I wander, d to toy scholar's t ome? Silent It looked and dreary; I took nty Ootids, hat Could not raad? Methoaght tlist I was weary. I laid medow n upon my bed, M< h .-art with -.adness laden ; 1 dreamt but of Uie mountains wild, And of ibe mountain maiden. The dream was like the day's delight, A life of pain's o'er payment; 1 rose and with uawonted care, Puion tuy sabbath raiment. I gat me to the hill* again, Where the little d ick w at feeding. And there young Tibbie Inglisaate, But net the old boot reading. She sate a? if absorliing thought W'ith a heavy spell bad hound h?r, Aa silent as the mossy crags Upon the monniaiosround her. 1 thought not of my sahhath dress, I thought not of my learniag ; 1 thought bui of thai 'gent e maid. Who, I believer, waa mourning. % Bonny Tibbie Inglis' How her beauty brightened, Lo king at me; half ? bathed, With eyes that dashed and lightened! There waa no sorrow then, I saw, There was no thought of sadness, Oh, life ! what alter joy hast thou Like Love's fir.t certain gladness! 1 a?te me down among the erag?, Upon the mountain onary; But read not then Die ancient book Love was our pleasant story. But then she sang me songs again, Old * ngsof love and sorrow , Tor our sufficient happiness, Great charm from woe could borrow. And many hoar* we talked in joy. Tet too much blessed tor laughter; I was a happy inan that uuy. And happy ever after. Congress. The ?Ute of the Treasury occupies Nearly the undi vided attention of the members. The opposition are willing to grant two millions in Treasury Notes fer the exigencies of the present moment, but no more?the de ficiency in the revenue, for the year, they wish te have supplied by a loan. The whole affair will he decided on this evening (Tuesday.) The Treasury Bill it is probable, will pass by a small majority in the House, as reported from the Committee of Ways and Means. In the Senate, it will meet with the Dutchman's "tevlish tight squeeze." Neither King nor Benton, it is said, will rote for it. Hopkins of Va , has obtained permission to bring in a hill for issuing two millions in Treasury notes iminedi* ately. But this will go bat little way towards paying the dues owed by the Oovernmeat to its numerous ciediters. A mere drop in the bucket- Only one ha'porth ef bread to all this sack. Specie.?Mexico.?The U. Stales ship Concord, arrived at New Orleans from Taiupico, brought $71, 000 consigned to various firms in that city. Trie schrs. Dolphin and Byron, which 1-ft New Orleans for Meia moras, with a heavy cargo, could not enter the harbor ?n account of the blockade by the French ahips of war. A passenger who came by the Concord reports, that having remained three days at Vera Cruz, he felt con vinced from the rumours in circulation, that the Mexi can government was in no wise disposed to pay the in demnity claimed by France. The same passenger also sfates, thst the American neheoner Kits* Ann was at Metamoraa previous te this blockade. She has been stopped from coming out of port?she made three attempts but failed. However, they have come to the conclusion to let her pass. Mhe is expected at New Orleans in a few days. We are gratified at being able to inform the public thai the Louisiana State Bank has resumed the | ay meat of its issues in specie. There is likewise a report m circulation that the Union Bank of New-Orleana is about to pursue a similar course. These two institu tions have always been regarded as the most solvent of the Louisiana Banks. Viroiiha I lectio*?the Result.?Whig71. Ad ministration, (including 17 Conservatives) 59. Lee, Logan, Preston and Ussdnlpb. 4. yet to he heard from. Administration m*? rity last year 40 in the House of Delegates. Mississtrri ELBCTtoat.?By the arrival of the Clyde at New Orleans, from ? mkaburg, the election returns of forty fwur count rs have been ascertained, which give Prentiaa (Whig) 10 99% a?d Ward Whig. 10.47 I vote* Ciatburee U r.VT and Davis 9.107 v?Mt-?waving Pren ties a majority ?>f 1 43\ ami Ward 1,386 votes over lUeir Leonloes cosnpci '?rs Little doubt now remains of the entire suooess of the Wi ig ticket." Late tXoM I i.iieiiia ?A slip from the Brunswick (Oa j Advocate, dated 7th instant, contains the following intelligence: ' By the Revenue Cutler Madison, Capta n Howard, from Havana S4?h. Key West Sfcth ult. and Key Bis cayne 3d insi. arrived at this port <>n ftnndsy |?*r. we learn that Ctdonel Harvey of Fort K lag,having captured a squaw, from w'toiu he obtained the necessary intelli gence has gone with a detachment of 160 dragons and artiUery, to at a^k 6am Jones, who. it will be r?mem bered. was driven to the pats along the southern point "l Florida aboot K y Largo. The expedition lelt Key Bis. oss as Thtireday, the 3d tost. The latest tetelligeoce at Key Biscnyne was that Alex. Ilsjo the Meminole Chief who negotiated with flen Icup and surrendered to htm, had been shot with all Ins imaiclieie followers, bv order ol Mam Jones the Chief of the N4 tchasakiea. Thin assassination is said very ni'i> h ta have exasperated the MeminoVs. and we are told thst many of them now beg our troops to al low tliom te remain ami assist in exterminating their la le allies. Mam Jones and the M . kasaktes. The nav?i >*e<S'lunent lately engaged in Lieut. Powell s cspe.tiii.m, havs c>me to Pensacola to join otir aqtisiirovt for Vera < rut This squadron is detached to PUS Eflrw fr" lhe of ?JU. Magruder and h . rompany. came on in th( Madison. ftom Key .Vs., Key B,wsy?e. .nd ,h-nc< shipped ta the Campbell, fur Mt Aagustine Sunday 2'i I ult..Hov. TueeuU IKvanns. betn, recalled by his government. He left im,d monetration of regret of the inhabitants of Havana. H< appointed Kspelata hia I? under whom it j thought, the admirable and efficient system of police in treduaed hy Tacon will be continued, sad an orderI end quiet guvemment maintained. " 0?rwn?*??ii>i *?? Although the following letter came last to band, it deaarvea for its excellence a notice first. VVc know the charming writer well,her naipe, her land, and lin eage, and can assure her that her wishes, as express ed in a subsequent letter, shall be eomplied with to the letter; although we have not complied with her desire that we should alter her phraseology in this? the letter is in itself so excellent, that to alter it would be sacrilege. TnoY, Wednesday evening 9ih, 1838. Mr. Editor?Sir?It is now 10 o'clock; the bell has been rung lor all the young ladies to put out their lights, and retire for the night. But I have put mine in my wardrobe until the crier, (like your watchman ell,) who cries the hour, and all's well,) has passed thro' each hall, to see that all the flock is safe,and all lights out, making in her rounds a most hideous outcry of "all well." So ends the last duty of day and evening. 1 have taken my lamp from its hiding place, to in dite you a few lines. With delight 1 perused the dear little Herald, (for such ins)?1 aiu mistaken, it is not the paper?it is the deep studied philosophy of the editor which makes the paper so dear this morning, and am happy to learn that^ou received the ringlets and resolutions of my self and chums, and that you forwarded them to Ben nett, by the Great Western, on Monday last. 1 need not assure B. that although small the tokens, they came from those who truly admire the independent manner in which the Herald has been conducted since it first started; and the young ladies here at school consider Mr. B., in point of talent and wit, su perior to any editor in the world?he is such a kind, good man for advocating the cause of us poor gtr s. Oh! dear; no one knows what kind heaven lias in store for the dear soul. May the Holy Mary watch over him, and keep him from all harm. 1 hope soon to hear that B. has received the lock of bonny brown hair, tied with a blue ribbon. It is but Beldoin that we young Indies get a peep at the Herald, (although we frequently have it sent us by our friends in New York,) as Mrs. W. frequently intercepts them, and she has gone so far as to open a letter of one of the young ladies, wherein she had given her parents a de scription of our fare. It ran thus: "Breakfast pret ty good, and tea do.; but dinners I cannot endure, for it was soup and beans yesterday, and beans and soup today," &c. &c. Since Mrs. W 's return from New York, she has been in unusual fine spirits. What do you sup pose could have effected such a change in the old la dy? Oh! the idea has just come to me. I'll tell you. I think it is because she is soon to be led to the altar ?there to love, cherish, and obey. If Mrs. W should get hold of this, 1 would soon become a sacri fice to her rage; and 1 doubt not but she might at tempt to rusticate me as she did a Miss T?, merely because she waved her white handkerchief (to a gen tleman as he passed) which is considered an unpar donable offence in the eyes of Mrs. W She sent Miss T. some 18 miles from the school, to an old Dutch family by the name of K?er, and would not allow the young lady to write home?a guilty con science. Her father received word somehow or oth er, and came immediately after his daughter?gave Mrs. W. a good scolding, and took kis daughter from the school, much to the disgrace of her ladyship.? Mrs. W. "would be a little god, if possible;" but as she cannot, she must content herself by being Mrs. W. She may change the name, but the soul is too small to admit of any other change?but name. 12 o'clock, good night, and pleasant dreams to you, Mr. Kdiior. Kxeuse haste. ft. P. S. Don't for heaven's sake let this appear with out first making sense of it. In its present state it is nonsense. E. I wish you would give Mrs. W. a cat upon rustica ting young ladies. Mr. Editor? Swift fly the hour*, dear nr. I spend, la writing to #o dear* friend. P. S. 2d. Do this justice, and 70a will hear from me soon again. A woman to the letter, and lik? Walter Scott's beautiful and affectionate Edith Bellenden, the pith of her letter she has put in the postscript. By-the bye, her beautiful name has oft been celebrated in border sonar, and her noble ancestors have been re nowned in the fierce battle field, and in a gentle la dy's boudoir. God bless thee, gentle girl, and may the benison, canssims dolci you wish to others, be heaped abundantly on thee. But fie, Mrs. W. fic! beans and soup, and soup and benns! that is not fit fare for a youxg lady. Why when "our army was in Flanders," we msan, whrn we were fighting in that valley of rascals, Texas, the meanest soldier in the ranks refused beans. For the writer of the following, wc hardly knon what we can do. We have so many crazy fellows in New York, that all our spare straight jackets are in use. However, as they are abont to bnild a lunatic asylum at Washington for the special benefit of Con gressmen, we expect a consignment of their cast off straight jsckets on here in a day or two, and will fur ward Mu?s R. six or acvcn. Ffmai.b MfmisaBY, Troy. 10th, ISM. Ms. EblTwft ? 3l?,?The ?ucio*e<t nme I received this morning, aatl jucgi*g from i * caslenti, the author muM be a fti.ubi.-ci lor lite Lunatic Atyluta?ana a* I am ai prevent very macli 1 ugagvtl with my xludie. for the next ? XKiinitatuin.u will he kaipoMihlc for nie to make tba rrmrp, Iwxt ticlr twain what they call a atraight jacket I n ah you to get oaa iua<!?, awl forward it by the flrat op port unity. In haute, H. P. H Yoa may aen-1 me bu f a doien, at I have a twain lor eacb. II. Taor, Wed newt ?y, 9tb, 18 .8 Mitt II ?I hate no nrn?t i? utter tor my preaumption in aUtlrraainc tiu. latter to a Udy Mt grraUy my auperior. et M my ariiwiu MPs and ailauration, which will be aafli^ieut. I nope, to plead iny pardon, an-i to procsre me jour pity. I liavr loog teadrrly loved you with the utino*t iananraa. but. till Ihlt moment. could aevrr reaoive to make a ditclnaurvo. my pa aion, nnacroantof tl>? tnrqoality af our aiiaaitona hay then, Mi?a, wid you pernm n?e to n ake an offer of my kanti and ktmrtl W fl you auffer me to indulge the pleaong etnertafon of receiving irntn eou a return of mutmml lartt Icaaoaiy add. It at I am iiuly aenaiblu at a y temerity; but ahwald you coadeacend to accept ray pranoaai. ami by uniting your detiiny n itb mine, make me the hag plot of uieu?then aball my lite he devoted to the roa.Mitt promotion of your Itappioeaa. I am. dear niim.eeeryour Ch arlf?. Out here is another affair. What will Mary, and Ellen, and Evelina say to this t Wui they not say the writer of th:s needs a atraight jacket 7 However, at Byron saya? "'Tia plea?ani ?ure to aeeonet aanae in print, A letter's a letu-r, alilioayb therr'a nothing la'tf So we publish the prerious document fur what 'tis wort h :? Sib,?1 come from a land where, a month since, the thermometer stood at 86 degrees in the shade.? You will, then f*re, easily conceive the present cold weather has not been very agreeable to me, indeed, I have been compelled to remain within doors aver since my arrivsl. The time, however, has been moat pleasantly passed in pinning a file of your exquisite Herald, which a friend kindly scut me. I wss delighted to observe in the number of this morning, thi' circumstance of the young ladies of Mrs. Wiilairt's Seminary having sent llr. Bennett so distinguished s mark of their favor; to wlneh, in deed, ins devotion for their sex, in my wpirvnn, just ly entitles hiin?bin when I p? mscd y?#ur description of these divine craturee, I wastn raptsrest So much an that " 1 piled ihe instant by the forward top ' and threw together the following rhymes, which, though crude sad undigested, and entirely snworihy of the subject, may not be deemed unfitted for a nook in your most excellent journal. I am, Mir, yonra obediently, \V. S. M. Globe Hotel, Itrondway, Thursdav evening. J rlttrriphon nf tKi trvtn fannf ladui ?.Aa rent M*. Prwutt h rtct tit hmr. t.vrt a .'and* ft-*, * it li the ? black brilliaat eye," PpAi klliif M>yi.l.a?Hni| brtglil, Full many a p'OaS i,. *rt i? de.ttm-d lo iigli; Wben viewing tt n.? nrra?-? of vigbl For great Ivthe power t|,r ,|,rk nswtng eyt, That erMBpeh man In huntags, u>love- though he ale' Elllts l? next?? teraph 1 wier, With eye* tike the artire of ?,raven; Poch fair nae'? "ti earh but tartly are seen. I like tter'a Ihe be?t of th? tevvn. For blue ?ye? when voft. nur poor heart* do .teal. Ami the power of the blind b.ty thev make at to'feei! Another lilac keyed one In " Carry? wa kave. Dark eveS mat<l? am famnu. intone, Ami llyroa ?o roo?t of h"? her?>ine?, gave Them?witfc hair frtaesax Iken and Inag Oh? had I the power of hi? m^glc per, I'd tell of the miwatef they do auto me? J Roxanna't are "dark hlae," at leaat.ao yoa say, " Rather tall- loo. I would her I ksew; VINEGAR!! VINEGAR!!! VINEGAR!!!! at reduced prices. T I 1 ? ? A ft FACTORY ON L O n tt INLAND* D" WHITft WINK VlNEUAft, of the best quality, healthy ami it far alt purposes, sad.1 free from ike dangerous ingredients generally used ta rive strength ta ether vinegars; by storing it ia a c?ot place it improves daily, and m spe cinlly good far pick liny. druggists, dyers, *L5*. _ . . . _ . _ _ , . . The moat celebrated chemists, Mali a? Do*heteiner, ft. L. 8?kabaitli, Taylor, Ot?o, Gey, Lunac, >ad Bmelius re* coramead Ike Viuegar bv Uik system as superiorto any other. , , . The following certificate trow Mrs. O. old, the celebrated PichWsUa.s, wke has for three successive year, taken the premium from the Americas Institute, wiilsuAceof itself to establish a reputation for this Vinegar, offered at low prices by EDWARD BAYER, 34 New kUsel. Certificate?Premium Pickle Establishment. New York' April, IMg. I do aereby certify that 1 have tes'ed Mr. Bayer's Vinegar, and have ao hesitation in pronouncing it a pure article, frae from all aud every pernicious ingredient, and superior to any Vinegar made in this country 1 have ever used, and equal to the very best White Wine French Vinegar. 1 feel pleasure ia recommending it to pickling merchants aud families ia general. ILIAZ. I. OOOLD. P . 8.?A beautiful sample of mi*?d pickler, put up specially in this vinegar, by Mrs. Uoold, may be seen at the store, 34 Newstreeu __ *19 T Th it 8 _ For, though 1 should wander a loner summer's day, None I'd mt at to surpass the ti ue blue." Tlio' coald 1 believe what the old t>ong hath told, Should fancy Roxatina was somewhat a scold. Again, Caroliae the second you name, Although in my heart she u iirst; And my choice I am sure that no on# will blame, I'd quarrel with that man wha durst. Middle sited you describe her,and thus 'twill be s?e?, I love all the fair ones betwixt and between. Bxpressi**.' Oh, very,you tell us is Jane, Finely formed, tnn.tho' not very tall ? I'ih sorry, hut yet I like not the name; You know that I can't love t> em all; Altbo' I'd turn Mussulman half cf my time, Could 1 woo ihttu by turns?I've made out the rhyme . Another dark blue eyes?ob, what -hall I do, I'm quite at a loss which to choose; For Kmily fair 1 surely would woo, Was I sure that she would not retuve? Good form she i- of, and possesses bluer res, Above all loo,ye Oods ! -he's the sweet middle site . Counterfeit Shinrlasters.?A regular shinpias ter mill haa been discovered in Philadelphia, through which about $13,000 of counterfeit Trenton, Newark, and other corporation tickets have passed and circu lated among the community, together with theplatea, press, and all the other instruments of those nefari ous issues. '|U? sum." FDlfOtli AID TO THOSK I Witt) WII.L UNDERSTAND ?'To insult does not re quire a great deal of genius, but injure dsia-e requires sense enough to acknowledge a True Principle,and talent enough to ntpke a medicine to put it in pnrtlce. The following statements from the most respectable of (he London Papers is soue evidence of the high es imalion Bran dreth's Pills are held in tli -re ; and llio-e mean Editors who, from interested motives have endeavored to do the char ecter of the Pills ipjury, may now try to prove these notices are not genuine; but tlieir shafts of malice will be unavailing. Da BraNPRETII refertto Mr. Ifrigkt'ifinal itatement. "The most popular and highly appreciated medicine in the naval and military circles is an invention of Dr. Brandrelh's, known as Brandreth's Pills. This medicine is deservedly spo ken of as an excellent cot rective, alter the indigencies inf til - lable threa.cn and produce th <se unpleasant " ucit morning's reminiscences." winch never fail toannoy, worry, and perplex the kon rioon#"'?London Standard. " Brandretk't Ptllt ?As an admirable domestic medicine, these pills cannot b? surpassed. Ia boarding scboo s, in the neighborhood ot the metropolis, thev have been introduced by their respective proprietor!, with the moat happy results."? Herald. " Brandretli's Pills, which have attained a celebrity la the ' Annsls of Physic,' unequalled In ancient or modern times, have performed sueh astonishing cures that numbers of the fac ulty have publicly recorded their opinions of their wonderful health-restoring qualities."? Satirist. " Weferllxtil pleasure ansJ satisloction in recommending tm all our readers Brandreth's Vegetable Pills, as the most cer tain, mn?t safe, and invaluable medicine exiant "?Times. " We have iust heard of a most surprising euteeffec ed by Brandreth's Pills. The party to whom we allude was on the very verge ot the grave-, when fort nnately site was Induced to try the effect of Dr. Brandreth's Universal Medicine, and the result was her speedy restoration to perfect health "?Bell's Old Weekly Messenger. "All who value their health will do well to make trial of Brandt elh's Vegetable Pill*."?Weekly Police Gazette. " As an anti-bilious and aperient Pill, we believe thee- to he as far before all others, as the travelling upon the Manchester rat:read is to the two mile per hour jog-trot ot oae of Pick ford's stage wagons "?W eekly Despatch. " The use of Brandreth's P.lis will prove of great value ia the preservation *fthat invaluable blessing, h- alth."? Globe. " Brandretk't PiUt.?We have had submitted to as a list of cures they have performed, which are truly miraculous."? True Sun. " Bramdrtlk't Ptllt.?The testimonial we have had sahntll ted te us, in favor of this admirable medicine, fully jestifv our Saking of these Fills in terms of the highest praise."?Loa i Free Press. " Froari the amazing numberof testimonials we have seen ia favor of Dr. Brandmb'a Vegetable Pdls, we feel sat it bed they will Itecnme the most popular medicine of the present day."? G'oucester Chroairle. "We cannot do less than call the attention of oar readers to Brandreth's Vegetable Pills, which are of ettraordin.iry efh racy in the cure of most of the ' ills that Utah is heir to"? Yorkshireman. " An ezeellent remedy for bile, Indigestion, loss of appetite, nervous affections of tb# head, kr. will be foand la Brandreth's Pills, an established vegetable medicine of upwards of eighty years' standing."?Greenwich, Woolwich and Deptford Ga zette " Tl?? eomponent oarta are entirely vegetable, nnd as a rem env fnrbde.siek headache, and naoaea of the stomach, It would be difficult to Nnd Its equal."? Leeds Times. " The medicine so universally saown as ? Brandreth's Fills,* has performed such extraor.iidary torts ia numerous can firm ed cases, trial nteay medical mea are In th* dally practice of prescribing it !? their patients, and with perfect turret# "? Hon. " Brandreth's Pills, an or pita I vegetable seti-bilious medi cine Is well deserving the nttrnticn of those of an' re a'era who may ? e suffering from ht'e, nervous affections of tlie head, arid in all rates ef indigestion.' ?New Weekly True Bun YT One thing ts mo*l imsortant?either to procure GENU INE FILLH.or to pi oca re NONE. The only taft way is lo procure them at my own Office*. Tbey are a* tollows, vis :? Principal, 341 BROADWAY. Minor Offices, II? Ilottsoa street, I Spruce street, S76 B?wery, (between llouvnn ami Prince at reels.) These nre Dr. BrAadrr'b'- own offices fur the esrlaslve sale of his pills, where they miy at all times b? had genuine, or of his srroiNTtD auent* who have each a CERTIFICATE o( agency, SEALED am. SIGNED. H BKtNDItETIl, M. D. Mr. Uttgkt't f'inml Statrtnrnt rr EXPLANATION FROM W.M. WRIOIIT, In regard to the r) fferrnces whirb have for so rue lime pant eaia'edbe iwwn the Proprietor of the Hrandretb Pill* (Dr. Benjamin Rrandreth ( I New York) and myself, I lesl liappy in Irmg able in make I he following ?aplaaatio* I 1?P,i TO THE PUBLIC? P. ivate enemies to th' kuunrtn kav Itg insinuated evil regai ding me to the D- nor, while at the " the same lime they questioned the Doctor'* identity to me. Aon brought about the quarrel, and then tn-'ured me to publish the statements which they pre ended to be utile to nro*e, via : that my oppnarm's name wan not Brmsdreth, with lundry OTHER 8I.ANDERR, al!calculated to widen ihebreseh I# t ween tin I now |e. I happy in being able t i_state EXPI.I t de*eloi CITLY, thai recent develnrm'-n.s have CONVINCED me rml ant) Out he Is the PH"PWIETOK of the M-dieinewhich bean Hi A NAME, hot that ALL the ehs'ge* against him were ma 'elo nte by F Al.hE a- d MALICInUA imrwim, sn eaiiea to both bun and me. And further? I tee I satisfied that h wa? not his inh ntion lo impugn my mo ives, or st?p my supplies, hot that these circaatsf saaes Wire the result of ac e dental mtsuadsratnedirg* I the' efore WITHDRAW, aa twug (ensiled no FAL?E rfTAIBMCNTB made lo ate, WHATEVER may hare s-penr. d under my signature pal folate.' to lejnrethe ? haraeter and standing of ike aforesaid Dr. Benjamin Brsadretb, of New York. WILLIAM WRHIHT. Or J?> sndrstA't 5Wosrsl; mho Ftmal J T I formerly ??ate-t that my ronfid nee in MA WII.MM WRIGHT wasihakee hy his desiring to ??pH* "ie Druggists wnh the GENUINE MEDICINE. which, together with the instnoatioi s of mn ual enemies, indared me to regard Mr. Wright as opposed to the < of ibe general hu-lne-s. | ? m now, however, satisfied that he, Mr Wrigi t, la mskmg that proposal, was influenced only h. a desire to present tie sat# of the isantrrteit article. ' Moreover, I fe? I sathfierl, frrwn te-tsruenl'ry evidence, that M'. Wright acted towards me in all good thitit toUiatlmr of his ileeksriag our ronnesmn aid-solved Since then the matter is h lere the pabtic, and can bejadgerint aceondotglv. H R K A MDKh rIf, M f> of Mew York. Wssl)<agton ll"t>r, | Mtlla-M Ins, M iv 7,1 RSI . T r NOTICE,?The po -Me are respeetfal'y informe ? that Ibiye'hladry cOitriu'led an agreement wRh DR. RRAN DRETH. hywhi h I ??i'rert eralim elaim? to atv share In th ''usurers of the Rrsintreth Pills Ttre haataess will in fo lure h- rnndticterl solely by Dr. Rrandreth who Is dolv as Dior -ert to lolleet all dehts due me far Rraadeettps Pills ml4 R? WRtOHT. r It KIM ten Isw* Till NRW YOPK CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING CO have ronstaatly for ale Oil Vitriol, Alnsn, Bleaching Raits, Copperas. Muriatic AtM, Arpit Amnaia, A on a Portia, NUeleAcid, Blue Vitriol Manganese, And many ?ther article* ta the line of their hnsmaas. Orders wiH Ire receivtsl at their RanhinR-hrios#, N'o. ft Broadway,or si the nfllee o( their igent, No. Al W>at street, ngviy* Rtn a ail a??V ? ?* MVflTKH'ia ANI'l-M ? ? ? HA" si. IP AN|r HEALTH ItEA rtiM t'MVH ?To person* .?fl: r iag D im the abase ?f user. #ry sad lire ? iFec * 01 a eer aln d-s rtrdcr Iropenectly cared, with a remnsat of t? e dtsea?e Slid larkl' g in the system, ? -pping the yltais and undermining the ranslituib a, ibis rai dicir.e is Indeed Inralaable This alters ti" ? and purifier n| |><e t>io"d is particularly adaoteil toihose sflt rsed with the syphditie and mr rcurial rh? nmstt?m, wiih pa ns ia the hnner r .men ne* attended wt'h lamps sari ndura I tons, tedious, indolent and scrofulous ulcers sore tl rnats and pi'sr In ibe bead, discoloration and eruptions of the skin, with fslltog ntT d" the bair. attendee wl'h g. neral debittty. This atedtciae, while it cleanse* sad pacifier the blond, eradicating every panicle of tt-ense, at the same time pro mot -* the >pcre ib.n aids dig-st en, and impart* f-esb tore and v g rlothe wltote syt'em, renovating-nd restoring the broken eonstitu 'ion. when "II other remedlrS are of no avail. Mo'd at HtrNrER'd Medics' Oifice, No. $ Division street, where tl>e anf -r nnstc can call wdli#ut fear ot * t pre are. Al so as inflow* -M North A t'h E. Phila<t?lphla, fi '?ior st. Albanyi 7 "annverat. Rostoot ?!! Camp at. Mew Orieanat and In Louisville, ?y. Priea 93 per tMMtie. my Ifi-lrn* CUTLERY, CWTLWItY?The sub.cribers have received, and offer for sale at reduced prices, a splendid assortment of Cnllery?Ivory balance handle lable and des rt knives, with ar without forks, in complete sets o( bl pieces and upwards, with fine warranted carvers and sheers u> match; also, extra fine table cutlery filled in rosewood and mahogany rases complete; cheese scoops, champagne open ers; "orkscrews; British p ate table and desert lurks and s|,oons; hutter and fish knives; soup ladles, lie. all well worth the attention af persons commencing housekeeping. Pocar.T Cutlbby?Rodger's and Cooke's eelebraied pen and pocket knives in great variety; also sportsmen aad Con gress knives, mounted in gold and silver. Hszoas?The celebrated mathematical rators, Rodger's, Elliott, aud Smith Raxors, warranted good or exchanged; Me eltis't magic strop a:\d patent por able travelling and shaving cas- s. Scissors?Plain aud fancy ladies' cutting*ut and lace scis sors. Pistols?Of duelling, belt, and pocket pistols, a splendid assortment. N.R. Retailers and Stationers supplied as usual, st a small advance. GKAVELEY k WREAK* < aSO-lm* 9 A?ti>r House. O ? T'H itoT ML-NK W Y(?RK?The public aad s rHBgers arriving, are respectfully in formed Hint lb s ex tensive and highly eligibly located establishment is row per manently arranged on die European plan, and ofTers iudute menu on the score of economy, comfort and convenience, which, it is prerumcd, Cannot be equalled by any hotel in the city. Strangers, particularly, will find it in every way desi rable, as their meals nan be obtained in the same style at aey hour, and the charges made only far what is ordered or as lhey may prefer, at a charge of tine Dollar and a Halt' per day. The lodging rooms are In the be?t condition, and the house having tnree fronts admits of the Ireest ventilation. Families can b't accommodated either at lite ladies' ordinary or in their private apartments.of which lite house afford- a large number of suits handkonn ly lurntshed. The bar is prot ide with the best 01 liquors and i< under the superintendence of ST KPH EN K. HOLT, who being well conversant with the French, Spa nisli and Italian languages, u III be able to exteud better facili lies to gentlentea of thus- ratioas who may patronize the hou?e The dining department iscondacted hy ASA IIOL r, where wdl l>e found eveiy variety cf Ike I est which the mar ket ran furnish, wiib superior hot coffee and ten tolhe pre paring of which special attendance is given The basement story is conducted by STEPHEN IIOL T, Hen , where, upon his good old fashioned plan, he will be fappy to serve his friends with the best 01 lare on his accustomed reasonable terms. N .It. Open* all kauri of tkentgkt!! a28-lm IN nil TUTION POR THE CllKK OF S TAM MERINO.?This institution, lormerly of Courtlan it street, will he reopened for the reception of pupils n? the 1st of May aexl,ai 256 Spring street, near Hudson. Arrangemen t have been made for persons eoming front the country, and others that choose it, to board at the Institute, and thus he con-tantly um'.er the superintendaaoe of th- Principal. Tbe system taught will be tbe same as practiced by the subscriber lor the last Ave years, with such complete success. Hundreds of per sons In this city and the adioiniag country have experienced its benefits, and testified to its complete efiioary in curing the worst of stammerers. Pupils will Lmt received from five years old to forty, ami a cure in ail cases guaranteed, or ihe money will be refunded. Terms?Kram fXHto $100 The Indigent cured gratis. For further information, apply to tbe subscriber at the Insulate? if by letter, post paid. Circulars ran he had by applying as ab sve, containing cer tificates of enres. recommendatioi s. kc. mXUm HENRY WELLS. Principal. DOCTOR SKA MS meat respectfully nmiouncra that he conlinuenn pay unositnl attention to the treatment ol CHRONIC DISEASES During the year part hi* practise in tin* cttv, and throughout ihe rnanirv, ha* greatly increased. Many ol ihr moit respectable .haiacter* can ha referrc tl t", wbo have received essential benefit fr?>m hia treatment, in Bit ion* Affection, Consumption* Dyspepsia, Dropsies and Angina Pretoria. Having bau much experience in tlx treatment of these diseane*, and baaing discovered and prepared aome inn meinet Mff suitable and efficacious than theee nsediu com mon practice, be it confident that many faset which have re sisted the ordinary meaxanf medicat practice, may be courtly relieved by bit treatment. Hr ataurri tnr pablic that be make* an prr ir nlioat lo wba I beta not competent; and, aa regard* the ronfi rare lo whicb be mar be entitled an aacosnt of bia moral and religion* character, he t* permitted to refer to the ?it Rev. Btvhop Onderdofib. D, D ,and the Rev. O Spring, . ,of tUivcity. Perton* e > suing lemakr enqairletretpeel ing hit treatment can call on thote giving the following rm ft catea, and numerous refereaee* ma v be bad at bit office, 4ft Ann street. CKRTtricaTaa. For abont two year* my hr?lth liad been on the deehnei I e* jverieoced much peia about Hie cheat left aide, and between the shoulder*, attended wuli p.ilpiiaima of the heart, difficulty of breathing, and gr-nt debdtty. During I oat spring and tone mer all these symptom* invreasiid wiihpainand Bluest at the stomach, and other symptom*, indicating a gen* re I drnpttcal affection. In September iaat ml tiieoe tyntpl"an became to viol nl that I wa*scarcely able to be abnot. In tbit titoatioe I applied tn Dr. Bear*, ami by In* traaiim nt I bave been entire ly relieved of lliepalpila ionol ibeheart,and ntbar avtn; loin*, ond restornt lo eoarttorubic health. I am fbily confident (hat hi* treatment, by the biewing of Clod, bat been the nieau4of relieving me from marh differing, ami of prol n/tng my Ufa. JANE KKYSRR, 371 BiOOmeatreeL New York, Feb 25th, 1138. More than a year ago I wat taken airk with a severe coogli. pain abont the cheat, difficulty of breathing, end <iiannr*s of the hear, attended with draptical affccilout, of bloating over the wboleanrfaeeofihe bodv and limb*. For many ra<>aih* I wa* unable taattend tn any btist-M* and at tlmea unable to be about. In thif situation I applied to Dr. Sear*, and bv bit treat me?i I have been relieved, and lor five menus paat have beea able U> attend to my nsual bu.irte**. SAHAII MeCLENZY 1 have been acquainted with the rate slated above. The aymptom* were aggravated and alarming, and hut faint hone* other recovery ware entertained; when the applied to Dr. Hear*. She bat been relieved at otaled above. I have ntan re. ceived and known many other* to hue received great benefit irwnt bia treatment. Persons wishing in make inquire* are at itberiy to call oa me at 311 Houston street. J ANSA LEK. Three year* aeo I wit relieved hv Dr. Sear*' treatment of a biiiaua aflectian, attenoed wtih Bough, pant* at the tide*, bread stomach, and eitamr debility. For *e vera I teait I ? at starely aide to be about and wat often eonftn rd lo inv room and bed I w at i oi only at tht* time relirv. eil, hut niv health hat continued. and Wecotna far better Iti an c mi I' i liavv been expected. Ik hen not to well at mi al I have recurs* to hit medicine, which aaver fall* in re store ate Mia treatment ha* evidently bei n the meant nt relieving ate Irout much suffering, and restoring me torom foriable health Fraat my own expertenn*. and what I haw wiinetted in many aihert, I fully believe that mo-, person* >ot?jeri o hiltona aff-eilor.i, or any rhennlc diw-e-e, woald reeeiva essential heaefii frout hit treatment. Perana* wishing to mtke inquiries respecting Dr. Heart and bte treatment, are at liberty to oil en me. ANN HINMAN, 148 Eighth Avenue. New York, March 1st, MSI. Totni Arri-Krvait. ?For three year* I have ,een *ab)eet to an hepatir er liver affection attend' il at tunes for several month* with a di* rvaang diarThrea aeldiiyof the ?to?naeh and ?Itr-p* p-ia, which ht* Ireqoenily confined me to the bonae. I made a perfect trial of thv diflVrent kind* of mercurial prepo ration* u*a lly prescribed n taeh ea*e*, wltbuat relief. In Antra I Iaat, I hteame sr. emaciated and weak, by a nag con tinuan- e nl excessive diarrhrra and aiarnen of ihvstomach thai I wa* *< artely a< le to he ahnat. la tlitn * taaiion I appl ed tn Dr Sea'*, and ander Id* treatment tlx distressing dtarrlMna. acidity of the stomach, and mhe ay mp'om*. have been entire ly relieved and niv health prratlv impreved The paia and dhtrea* of which I have been relieved rnanot be desr.lbed. Having auffered mueb (ram dnea e. and had great experience in the o*e of medicina, I ran with tlx atmoat ennftdenca m ro?.mend Dm i?r Heart' treatment a* jedi ton- and rfRracions Peraont wi-biag to make mquir e? ar* at hberiv tn rail on me P. J Oil No oN, St Fulton *t. New York, March (at. IRS. ANUINA rk.OTi>HI".-Thi* disease I# no doabt. the cau?e of m"#t nf the *nd en death* nblch frequently occur, and are deenminafvd the ef*HlMi"n of Ond. It* prominent -nd ?hararterivtic tvmpiomt ar* an an. |ea**at ?en?aii*>n at the ?lernum, bread leme or pit of Ihe *tom?ch, aileiided wbh pain about ibe hreav, hut more particularly the left *ide and n gioo <if the hear-, ratemtln r ofn n 'o ti e *b, ulder Hade*, ami af fecting ih* left arm. Tho*.- ntiin it are aometime* awaken, ed whh a -era* ai anffor.rk.n or dlffii ulty af breathing and generally eaperience a >h>>rtin?*? of hrr <th and palpitaiino ol ilx heart on walbing fast, or ascending a ffight of atarra Tnrae avn pinm* are not enndant, and the pe-aoa often e jnv* , ? " ' in altli, eacent during ihe paroil-m*. wh'rh at first do not fretjoenllv occur, l.ut which become mora frequent, attended wit' peculiar and ahmninr ten* i(ni a and often praving <ud nenly fatal, when apparently pond henllh i* enjoyed D>e;af Sears ha* paid uan*aal altemina In thw di-wae. ami Ins* been ?ufseesalal in many ra*a* which ??*<! ?.??* i d all Ibe ordinary mean*. Perant a calling al hi- other, 44 Ann ?trvrt, will receive Ibe nimo*t attention ami thoae wletting to he viaited at tnelr re?ldence Perwto* re??''lng in tl e country, hv jld?j a parti ea>ar deacriptlon nl ihec aymptom*. ran have medic ae and ?tireetm i* forwarded lo ihtm. iS la<* I 4i4?*-* AT "i Mlll.?WAI-RUiL tie lair par per ? I J R IflH IRHH, ha* opeo* d a'arte, * ple-idbl ami fa?hlonahte new ROOT AND SHOE STItur. nlth all f-eah tioak ?f tb? latest i. via on ar 2Mf'anatatfiel,ihe lerond ?hoe *tnre we*t of lluda n street, where all oar low pil<-e<l Ro?ta, and different kindaof Ttlahdliog and gd Roots, made to Imrale ihe highest pi teed Imota lit tl e Cl'V, and the heat of stecli and neikotaa ?hip Alan, Ladles', M *??*, ami Laildr' ?*a Tie* and Pbnper* la great .bandanC'. Pl?e?e rati atal judge for vograelf. ami don't mistake the m me aad No. of S k J. w AI R ER'S. 2V4 nv 23" (the old Mand) tlanal street nltere the nimble eitpenee na#*e?Jo? ibe slow ?hi'l'nr, alk-lm* \%/Afbti'. --In if Attnrn* v'e Offlre.a *ca-g men -f vv * ?ady habR* nho iesomewhet aeqesinte v'tl'lvoa*! ae?e ami wrloa a good hav4. to *n# '< a t ei?t* .mn-terate aata ty nouldhe given Add ea* ? rt ?V4 ITp? *t /oaiHfflee lo the hand ?? rittng of appliraid glviag nan e and referenre* 1/1 > It HA I* I ? A "cooi.ier for emia water, with aaarbU top. new) sufficiently latge io coata n t?n coo era. Aho, a Fountain Cmdvr n?d DrmgM Tab ?. together w th 'W . maihte tl h? for a coaa'er. a e.?uilng H f et long h* it incite* wide. The alwive will he told low if appl.ed fnr Imme I ?t- Iv *| No. t old ft'jp. R-iuMI W tfb i Ml.-"*' "r ,wo room* aad It...tie. are wanted by a voang death man whrwr relative real.lv to Kentorkv, and whtde aerupniWwi m eteiaatwly a literary one He will Tarnish the room* II aeee?anry. m a hamianme ? warmer. He would prefer lie ng in a demettlr ehrle, where herould enjny tl?e ad.antage* of ft mate society. Rreekfao wnnldhe regntred every atanrvi and tea oeeaaional'y Tk* r.mHy with s* Ion he reehie* woo'd have the privilege m * ruod Rbrary. and ad the newspaper* tif the cvwHRry. Addrett Neraaa." at ihe uflUe nf thla gaaer. ml J if "?^BTSBSTSfH *.>M)UluHI, HAIK. CTdBilDJIAH'l COlPMITIOI^b m. portaat discovery tor of the Hair, imwn. tivu agadnst baldness,and m infallible care ia ail afaaUuaa #T the skin ?u Ike bead, aa dandriC ha- be. Multitudes of cubism, apeiVcerlna and perfhawn have mcoritvfly iiicoipifd lo iretl Lbat ptft ^ ktK.u My, without having ttiAcitnilY *?<!?<* the tuluect- ly ipr*adlnr Ike ostentation* report* of aa exagte rnteu fame, they hare fis tic u*o the public with U>? woruo?W onder! Prodigy! ICviobnoc! KvidencbI!?To prevent Ibe destruction of aa fiaa an ornament, and to renew that giftofnatnre.reqnlien ma ny year*" experience wilb the identical part (lor what hiad ef Composition could that be, invented by pereoaa not familiar with the *tady ol the tkm on the head 0 The trae amuc ef the hair, a* it i* called by lonie celebra ted duelers, who have used and recommended it a* a specific, might,for it* cfiVct*. be compared lo the regulative activity which lake* place in each plant. . The numerous experiment* M. Oramljean has made, leave no doubt in his mind relative to the course f llowrd by the sap, and of the causes which slop its circuiahwn in the tiifirssHiilm *pa?es, which all roianiuiiicale together,so as lo form the capil lary tube **> infinitely divided. The sap doe* aotcirculata in all hair with the same facility. In moist hair, of which the van Kelt are but little developed, it operates slowly ( beoauae the tube itself tieing continually filled with it, anninilaica the per spiration ; than ikoa-cending effect cannot lake place but by the application of GrandjesH's Composition, which, ta a few daysouly, will penetrate tbraugh the hair to the IB'U. The ascending power vanes then not only according to the quality of the tube, but also to the way of using this Cempoai tion, which ought to be employed every night before rcilnng; it ieeasy then to conceive that during the day, the surface al the skin on the be d prodaces an evaporation,olten ver> abun dant; the sap, which, in some degree, is in relation with that phenomenon, ascends rapidly. The result is very easy to slat* ?Trie friction that has been made before sleep, refreshes and repairs the skin on the head, thea the growth eonikrue* aa natu rally as ever; while, hy employing this Composition in the morning only, the results can only he uncertaln(since the pores ef ihe skin are clowr, and consequently In a uispositiMa quite unfavorable lor receiving Irom this Composition all its saluta ry effects. Ii must and does receive the pre-eminence, and surpasses all thai has > et been emplo ed for the treatment of the hair. One bottle of it ought to be counted among the necessary article* winch should be purchased hy all p.ireids, fur it preserves the roots, prevents falling, strenglleas by its rich and generous stimulant* tint weakest hair, gives to all sorts orliair admirable softness, lu-tre and fiame-s, and keeps it in a great measure from becoming gray ; it is an extraordinary specific to erase from the sain ? n the In ad that powdery sediment which so many persons complain of. It may be daily applied on the head of the aired, as well as the youngest child's. The considerable sa'e thereof, .he repute and extension It daily receives, is a certain guarantee, and ought to banish all the fears that one creates in his own mind concerning its effi cacy. Each will receive with the bottle a treatise on the pra ps r treatment of the hair. N.Grundjean's Composition, which has hiihrrto been sold without any order, will henceforth partake of the most excel lent perfumes, lt.se, Jasmine, Itergamol, Vernilla, Ambrosia, tic. tic. No 1 Barclay st. two door* Irom Broadway, (Astor House.) Aer JtTS? Mr Gilbert, in Boston ; Mr. Lalore, Philadelphia ; Heville, Baltimore ; MissTilhy, Patterson; Miss Henry, New ark; Mr. Francois, Cincinnati! a27 ImOAW A. GKANDJKAN. S~TWAiWWOltM SlUAH Pl bllh-Aa rdicv 5 c.ious nn.l convenient medic ne for children, causing worms te he discharged in great numbers and even when there is no appt araitce ol worms Ibey do niach good in carrying off tbe secret ion of n>ucu? from the stomach aud bowels which gena rate them, at d is as uduriousto children as worm alive. Vor sale hy the proprietors agent, NATHAN B. GRAHAM, m27tf No. 96 Nassau st. corner ol P HHOUCK*S P a BlAClC A?Prepared solely from Vega tahle matter, hy J.coh Hnuck, Baltimore?which maybe taken with perfect salety hy all akr* and in all diseacec; Ita cures arc lor the following diseases?Oy*pepsia, loss of Ap? Ktliie. Indigestion, Inflammation of Ihe Stomach, Heart Burn, tarrhca, Dysentery or Flux, Piles, Fistula, Obstructed Men struation, Ague and Fever, Bilious or Remittent Fewer, Ty phus Fever, Scarlet Fever, Small Pox, Erysipelas or Ht An thony's Fire, dStkma, Plesrisy, Measles, Yellow Fever, C?0 tivene-s, Wirdon the Stomach sr Bowels, Cholera Morhna. Consumptiow, Influents, Colds, Cougbs, Inflammatory Sore Throat, or Quinsey Whooping Cough, Tbinsh or Sore mouih, Putrid Swrv Throat, Croup, Inflammation of the Heart. Dropsv, Rickets, Diseases ef the Liver, Jaundice, Difficulty of making Urine, Gleet, Hysterics, Nervous and Scrofulous Af fcctiensof the Members and Ligaments, Mercurial and Vene real Diseases, Ulcers, Fores, Affections of the 8km. and all dis eases arising from Impure Blood, lie Price per bottle $1.So. Sold by BUSH k HILLY KK. Wholesale Druggists. And Draler* In drugs, medicine* paints, oils, dye wood*, win dow ela-s, he.. No. Greenwich street,New York ; also, by Dr. K. M. Ouion corner Bowery and Grand atreeu aIMm* $500 TURK?Forth* e-rre of ttonorrhmt, Qleeu.ctric lures aadanalagtsui complain' of theorgaasof geaeratioa. th all remedies yetdiscorered fos ike above compiaiais tfcie is the ??>*? certain. It wakes a speedy aad permanent care, v itboal the leaet regard to diet, drink, exposure, or change in application to business. We give na long quark ish reetwameitd allows to deceive the pub ie. If the medicine does not speak (or tlaeif, no one shall speak for it. Our tit/eel is to notify where it can be bad, ami that t'?e proprietor challenges a sioglr rase ot re cent gonorrhoea to be brought, in which the Mixture will aat effect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture ol $A0b. This is a disease that anfortunaiely pervades all raaks al society?high, low, rich and pent , matrimonial aad single.? They are sow presented with a remedy by which they eta cure iliena?elvea wlthoat tne least cxpoaare, in the shortest time possible Further, I he dtnra?e cannot be cnntrarted 11 a date of the Mix* tare tsiaken at nighton going to bed w hew exposed Iti* pat ap in bottles, with fall directieas accompanying It at $1 a bottle. One bottle lasts a week, which generally caraa. Many arecured In twodays. For sale only at Br. Wm H. Milnor's drug store, No. 198 Broadway, car. er ot Dey si (Franklin Mouse) New Yaik|? and at Js-nes k HulcbinMia's, corner ol Chnaaut and 7th sts. Fhriadelphia. aSP Sin* ANOTHIlN I'MMii OP THK KAITllFi L HIJNTKK'B RF.D DliftP, over every other r< mcdy ever discovered lor Venereal. Copy of a letter received through the pout office. Dr U. Levi son ? Bear Sirr Being in ysur city almut twa months ago I purchased our Ito'tlenfyour lloatvr a Red Drop (at yoar t-ffioe, No S Division t(reei) tor a fin ad <>i * ine, who had verv unfortunately contracted thai dreanful di-vase, the v***'**l, In your rlty, about six months ago. U? was wora down to a skeleton, rnn'd scar, ely walk, ami iiad bet a under he rare of two or three , hvtlriani in Newark aad one ia New York, hut w iihoul any good: and alill cortinu'nr to get worae, urtil he heard of your medicine, when I I >ughl tome for hint, as I have aai<i before. He is now entirely w ell, alter having laken about a battle and a hah'. and lie now In ks wish grate ul remembrance on your red drop as the sol. means of Ins present l.ea'th aad has recommended it p, numbers whs have alto been cured of the same. JOHN J Wss.vssb. Newark, N. J. March '8.1*38. F. 8. Ii It will be of any use to you. yr.u are at lihritv to pub lish thealMive. J. J. W, This letter ctn lie seen at the office, Na. A Division sk, where a perfeet rare Is warranted in every rate Bold st no oilier place in thecity. itiy4-la* UNTIk ?T~lIt k D Dlttl P- Office 5 Division sir ret la ronaenuence ol the vrry great and extraordinary caraa Uiis medicine has performed in r 1 In Ita worst stages, wbea every thing had been used to no good rffeck in w here th? pstirnt had been given upas pM recovery, having gaired i?r itsell acelehrttv an paralleled tn the annals ?( medi cine? unprincipled persona. aim??i every three months since It wssfiro brought oat, whici was Ave years ago, ara ceunter leltiag it and trying la varioa* wavs tn destroy Ha popularity. Bui thefnllowing extract of a Irtterfmii nor New Ortcaas agrat w di tire the re a er ao?ie Idea of 'Is real vtrlue:? D"rt< r u, Leri-o 1. The nio?t of my potienis are of *M standing disease. Thev doa'i know th vr.ue ol yoar anedt ctar berv vet, or they w< uld cwme and g. t ni red.' They bo g n to A d it 1 ut | lor I have cared tbwse whw have be? n under ili- Mai skilful o ea here, ao ca'leu I have had soma very ca ver e cases to treat I csn assare von. hut I have had succeaa ao lor in curing all that have come Tier come tome from all quarters for yoar medicine?from Altitun a Pittshargh, Mo bile ami Cincinnati, Our Charleston agent wr Da that he dtn ?i>e-of all hiame ilcine to phyt cians. o ase m the r practice, here is no deception in this?these are stubborn (sets. Our offices are? Principal. A Bivisien street. Mew Yorhj 98 North "*iutl> Street. Philadelphia ; 7 llanover'treet. Boston; 111 Booth Maiastreel, Provhienre; VI Man ilten street, Albany; 41 Queen street, Charleston. N C.; 244 Camp street. New Or leans; and in Louisville Kaataeky?the oniy places in I ho w wi.vra the med ."ne ran he oNained ?y4 lm* All A III AN V kbiihIA Rlh I IIOTII POW BFti ? This Powder rentiers the teeih wh'te, strengthens 1 he gun ?, prevents inoili ache and iietsv of the teaih, caret the scurvv. p mpleSnn the fare, licionr w( the head, and eve ry hind wf sore; stops "he > ffn*i*n of hlooc oorus'oaetl hv rut w ound, snd cures ih-m. Irsvtng 10 sear. We rfiallt ngu far fiaaa any person who whl And any heterogeneous or n^ari out mat er In Ik For sals at BRUM LA ROdAIRR k CO. 99tl#oM* 1 Is Wllbam si. LM>"lt fllF URROVAL ??r AliPRK I'Li'w r IM S n AIR.?rnstoaoe or temsie neaotv,wnetti?r on the lords***. uv ?, W st'll ntore unsightly, the uprer lip maybe effectually removed by a tree use tc ATKINBON'B DFPILA T'?M V Its ttperation is iisaiawiannoits, rernt.vir^ the haie wlth aul lite least anprtmah to pain, and leavins (he skin wni|e~aisil softer thaw before B<- twice using the Depilatory tjie rxetsof the hast are usually destroyed. ?t as to re?|*>ra ao further ap pltr al ism of ik No had rfmsequenct-s front its use nee i he ap nreltsnited. aa .t may be uae?i on an lafam's skin with ut any had effects. The advertiser Is prepared te warrant every bottle '4d by hiie.io 'ivcrstweTVciually, and to he perfectly innocent tn if effect* Bobl whwleaule and reisilhv H. C. BART, ITt Brand way, ?71 ?? mer roarllan.it st F??? ,,i ,|. PrtLlkMKD DAILV ?T si A MRU (Ml II D H It n F MBF.TT, ??o. 21 Ann drartr. TRRMB of ADVFR I IBINO.?The etteftdve emulation ?H the Hrssld, hsMli m town and country, make it ? tsc<tdR ehanaei lor ailvernw rs roa twci r* i.tars, or t.rss. I dty, fn?t|4daya, |l 25 I 7 dwva, ?I 17 I W days, 121 2 ? ? 0 74 I A . . | An I A ? ? 1M II - ? 199 8.. I MI A . . I 741 9 ? ? 212119 . ? ? * roa giant Lings, on 1 ass. 2 weeks, - - |2 Ml I S months, ? ? ? i* I moaih, s . . 9 An IA months, . ? 11 All advertisements tn be eahl before their lanwctlou. Advernaemt nts inseited In the Ansi.r riRRaLn, at 2' * per square eve- y insertion. - stitaniaw Husai.n taaaedevwrr nsomtng.eueept "on''' :^ priee, two renlBfter copy. Cnnotry subwrWwrs tarawae. as lite snnte rate. Atr any speelAe period, "to s remitnnee an sanee. No paper sent, aula** paid (n advance t.vrmso llaasi.it taauetl every aBertewtn at . J *? Priee, 1 we retsts per riutt. Coasfrf sahserirter* rartttse ? the same rate--eash la adveoee. . _ .. . - WgasLV irtaal-n?hwaod every Batdrday ae wing t clogs - Priee f I c-ats per copy. Farafshed 10 eoasary ca setw hers at 81 per snoant, ia aslvaara. _ . . j.. _ CoaaseoapaWTa-drv reqaesttM us ./eases fferdess Ben mitt, FmprlaMW and Bdit.v 1 aad aBlctSSva <sa haetaeta reast he aoat SSlf