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1 *?tfcM tw?t?e bn?e? j? ('Tm MMkiitK bni U* troth? )m 1 eM?Wt bnocn M l**!** J To sooth myocbtafW**. ? iftiMU?r< ? . 1 iumhm; food? 1 swallowed qooru of agae dropa, Bos ache my frtador would. Ai lost I mM W l?*w k mi. AM i* the demist weMr >?1 when iMMlnhh chair, 1 vow I did rapail Anil when bis WoMy instruments Were ranted before my ttfkt, I jmiwd fall 8?? feet from ihr floor, And yelled with all my nlgnt ?Mv Irivitd,' isald be, 'I'll draw your tooth With lees degree of paia Than any denti.t in tbe town,' And *?l me down again. He took hold with hi* s?vagr things? 1 auered a loa? crv i ? l>e*r air,* aaid he. ? I'll ban tm not'? ' Dear sir,' said I, ' you lie!1 He palled, be tupped? then oat it came, That horrid tooth ??f mine! The monster nearly broke my jaw, Aod charged me ?ix and niae! Stattu Island Ferry Boats. TO THE W*VE M# who weuld a kiipeace save, Ma?i join the rabbi* in the Ware. THE WAVK'SBEPLY. He who wrulil mro td a tqueae. Mart i>atrom?e the Hfrcl bn Me who wruld sink Itmrr it ill. Try the Samson, hut make your WUL KJ* A letter fiom Texas of the 16th July lost says, " the Hon. James Collinsworth, chief justice of the re public. was found drowned in the boy of Galyeston a few days since. The body wis much mutilated, and there were marks upon it which led to the belief that be had been murdered. He is said to have had consid erable money with him when at Galveston. He wa? a maa of extensive research and ?f superior talents." [CP Gen. Harrison was among the passenger* on board the steamboat Herald, which was burned below Cincinnati a few days since. He received no injury. It is a little singular that both the General and Mr. Clay within a short time of each other, were passengers on board boats that were lost ? one burned and the other sunk. Commodore Hull. ? The Alexandria Gazette says positively that Commodore Hull is to take command of the Frigate Constitution, and proceed to the Mediter HJ* A paragraph in the Louisville Journal stales that Mr. Prentice, the senior editor ??f thai paper, had been attacked at the Harrodsborg Springs by Tbos. P. Moore. " Mr. Moore (the Journal adds) advanced upon Mr. Prentico with a drawn pistol and fired at hin , Mr. Prentice then fired, neither shot taking effect. Mr. Prentice drew a second pistol, when Mr. Moore quailed and said he had no other arms ; whereujton Mr. Prentice from 'overabundant magnanimity spared Mr. M.'a life." Fire. ? Between 1 and 2 o'clock this morning a fire was discovered in the lower part of the two stoiy brick front building No. 115 William street, occupied by Brun La Rosiere as an artificial flower store in the lower part, and the upper part as a dwelling. The fire was soon extinguished. His stock slightly damaged by water insured. How the fire originated appears mysterious. The occupants say that there had not been any light in the lower part of the ulding since 7 o'clock last eve ning. KT Mr. J. W. Kennedy, the cnief clerk of the Com mercial Riilroad Bank, Vicksburg, was thrown from bis horse tm the 5th knot, while on a pleaaure excursion, and instantly killed. Warm Weather Again. ? For two or three days past, the therm meter; in the middle of the day; hao risen to about 90 iu the shade. Within doers, about five degrees less. Counterfeit Com. ? The public hare much reaaon to be on their guard agaieat apurioua coin. In propor* tion to the quantity in circulation, there ia much n.ore counterfeit eoin than paper. The fire franc piecea, Mexican dollar*, and American halves, are all counter feited, and the market ia constantly supplied with them. The couuterfeiu are geaetally much darker than the genuine coin, and often reaerable pewter or lead. Some ?f the counterfeit franc piecea are dated 1830, with the head of "Carelus X. Rei de F ranee/* FuX Havana ?By the brig Lancet, Capt. Banga, arrived this forenoan from Matantas. The fallowing are extraeta of commercial letters : Mata*/.a!?, August 9th. We hare not had many arrivals of Rice recently from your port. The eehooner Mariner was the last, cargo inferior, sold at 16 riala, while prime would command 17 a 17 12. In white Sugar there la considersbly less demand, and holders appear w illing to aabmit to some reduction, when for browns they ate more firm. Mnscoradoes no inquiry. Owing to several shipments haring gone forward to J mar Southern porta, Coflee baa advanced 1 cent per b The quantity of the Coffee remaining q a ite limit ed. Upwards of 4300 hhHa. Molasses hare beea ex ported to Slat ult. Holders of th.s article are unwilling now to aell at leaa than 3 riala, but more than 2000 hhda. in town and the roads, owing te the rainy season, are bad. freight to Europe entirely nominal, and to the United States few or t* >ne. Exchange on London 13 a 13 1 9 prem.; New- York par ; B?aton 1 1 91 a fc discount ; few taken from the lat ter. Havajsa, Aug. 9th. ? Oar rice market haa declined, as>i a lot of 90 raaka ha* been sold at 16 1-2 riala , but 19 tiala offered for tne Howell's cargo. Coffee H to 10 1 3; white Sugar 19 to 13 ; and brewa and yellow 7 to ? 1 2 , Molaaaes 4 1-9 to 4 3 4; Honey 9 1-2 . Exchange oh London 13 1-3 to 14 prem.; New York 3-4 to \ percent.? C*er/?se? Pat. Attf 'JO. By an arrival laat night ia 6 dsya from Tampico, we learn that the Mexican porta are to be blockaded for six mouths looget.? If. O. Pic* fun*, Amy 17. Thi C*0P9 ? The Lafourche Intelligencer ssys the crops are highly promising tn that section of the'coun try. Cane ia thriving well? com will be abundant, and et cotton there are no complaiuta. ? ft. O. Ptrayun*. HoDao*. ? Altbougbthe recent calamitous fire In the city of Hudson haa hoeu the cause ef heary individual losaea. and of severe deprivation among many people, it will nerertbeleaa reaaJt in the ultimate benefit of the town. The conflagration look place in tne lewer and eldest part of the town, where the atreeta w era sarrow and in convenient, and the horses huddled loo closely sad ir regalarly together. Mere tooas wee gr?ta:ly needed there on market daya, for the accommodation ?f w* eoaa ami teams; hundreds of which wero at times locked to gether almeat beyond tl*e poaal%i!ity of aafe extrication In erd*r to obviate this diflUult^, therefore, the nor p >ration lias wlaely taken poaaeas ion of a large portion of the ground made vaeaa* by the fire, wliica la to be converted into a pxblic aqaare. The conseqaen'a ia, that the sufferer* will be mote apee lily remunerated for tl eir boseee. and with the purchase tnooey for ihesr leaa, will be enabled to rebuild in more coaveoiant locations, while the surrounding lots and buiidinpa will bo reader ed more valuable by the improv sweat. ? Commerrial Ait. ? _ TNt EXPtom*? ttquaDHoa.-lWe leem fnrni the pilot whecoedected the squadron to aea, that he left the Vinceeneeat 9 o'clork on Sanday morning, twenty Hve milea east of Cape Henry, with a fins breaae frem the north The officers and erewa were ia excellent apirits. and all ware rejoiced that they were fairly em barked on their iniereaiing miatfoa. Our intelligent informant slio declared tful he aerer saw men more bent on sccomplishieg all within their power for tbe honor and gto i > of the nar v and of the eoantry, end f nil of life and aval - -jYer/eiA Aseeea. EIHIBITION OF THIS OIRAPPil, OR C \M E L O P A RO. PRICE REDUCED TO 25 CENTS. At the earnest solicitation of many individuals, and to enable all classes of the community to visit this stupendous animal, the proprietors have determined to reduce the price of admission, and remain in this city a few days longer. The exhibition now consists of the following rare, gigantic atid beautiful animals: ? The GI KAI" t E. or Cameleopard ; the GENSBOCK, or Egyptian Ibex; the BONTIBOCK. or Euchon Gazelle ; and the ELAND, the largest of the Antelope tribe ? allot which were obtained in the unexplwred regions of Central Africa, far beyond the haunts of civilized man Also, the SYRIAN GOAT, brought from Mount Lebanon, in the Holy Land. All of the above are the first of tkeir kind ever brought to America, and the proprietors have great pleasure ia thua presenting to the New York public aa exhibition, at the reduced price of CENTS, that vies wiih any ever offered, combining real information and interest, which cannot fail to till the mind with wonder and admiration. Hours from A. M. to 10 P. M. au271w NOW EXHIBITING AT 5?9 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. I From the Philadelphia Gairtte.J I The National Army neably Destboveb.? Capt. Bering, of the brig Carroll, lias favored the Philadel phia Exchange with the followirg, under date of Montevideo, June 23, 1833. It is now a matter of certainty that the national army has been almost destroyed, and FrutHS, I think, 1 will show himself in all next week. Government is ( making every effort for a last struggle, which will probably betn or near the city. Men and boys are being impressed, the streets are closed up by brick walls, and every other demonstration of an expected attack. General Curando Gomez, the third in com mand of the national army, reached town night bu fore last, accompanied by a small escort. 'Tis said about 660 men escaped in small parties, and are now seeking their homes. As near as 1 can learn, the go vernment General was outwitted and ledintu an am buscade. The battle was fought en the other side of the Rio Negro, the strong hold of Don Frutus. The forces on either side may have been 2500 men ? per haps the national army 2000 men. The general offi cers, in council two days before the combat, deter mined that Don Frutus should not expose himself by entering the field The command was consequently given to General Lavalle, a Buenos Ayrean. At four o'clock, P. M., thry met, Lavalle opposing or show ing a front of 1200 men, while on either flank he had 660 in ambush. General Oribe, supposing he bad the whole army before, made rapid and, as appeared to him, successful charges, they fighting and retreating slowly and in good order, till the national army, confident of victory, had passed the ambuscade, they wheeled in upon both flanks in the rear, while the main body stood their ground. Thus placed between two fires, the national army was cut topie<es. There is no prospcct of the blockade cjming off at Buenos Ayrcs. Thk late inhabitants of t'oBT Henby, Kikgs t??s, U. C.? On Saturday last, Mesata. John Mont gomery, Wilson Reid. and John Marr, arrived in this city from Sacket's Harbor, in (he steamboat Oneida, and departed on Sunday morning forLowislon. They are in excellent health and spirits, and anticipate ma ny a happy Christmas and merry New Year, ";n the new land of promise," whither they at present tend | (Iowa). Mr. Montgomery, it is true, is still suffer j ing from the pain caused by a dislocation of the knee, whilst descending into the outer ditch of the fort, but his health is otherwise good. The other prisoners, who escaped in company with the above nam-d individuals, are scattered through the country. We nndemtand that Col. Brophy, the engineer appointed by Gen. Theller, to snpenntend machinery of ihe naval arinanent of th; second di vision of the Patriot forces, and who, it will be recol lected, was severely wounded on board the schooner Anne, with some others, are at present atUtica.? ! Rochester Item. WHUUPlMti VOlltiH !? I* convulsive cough, Inter rupter l?y s lull ami sonorov* inspiration, returning is fin and u-uaily terminated by vomiting or expectoration. ? Thr caa.r appears m hf a vise'it matter ?f phleeni lodged in th?* upper pan of ihr lane* which ?ith*res so close a* m lie ?*p?ru>rst?d with great difficulty. It usually romrmi with oppres-ion #f tirraihlaR, mnir ihirit. icnic lever, and is tut ere, led by hoartau'S*. aad In alN<ut a fortnight the rough I* a peculiar sound, named a WHOor Mach Is the nature of this diaoase, which has produced mourning in many a b >t |. hnuse.hy carrying off a young am* much beloved member of the family. A remedy for this ristiesa s Dr. TAYLOR'S Balaam <rf Liverwoat, so d at 175 Hnwer*, whieh the propri etor l? fully ?onftd?nt null aever lail lu curing the worst rates I beg you tut it. laUStdfclw AMTIFICIAL. TKKlII-rrnm one to acompiel* ?ei W1THHUT CLAMPS. l?PRINO* he on ihe pri?el pin of alantpbericpreatare.hy M. LEV ETT.Deniial.No.M Broadway, entranoe ft ral door in Warren ft* The improve aent and diMinfcuifhlnp leatar* ofiun method bthe complete \j effeclUMrol tbeeaaeoiial objcrual tbe eaae imI aeconty ?? Use topplled teeth la the month, wholly without ciatpt, llf at a ret, apring*, or ant other timber meant. P? rtoo* interi ?i ed la in improvement, wto are *ri arwcqoainlrd ? itb kt we (are and eKient, m?? >ee by a NL10HT INSPECTION WHICH 18 PRKE1.Y OPF^-HED TO 1 HEM.tbatUe pla> U different Wi principle nnd reaaltt frotnAN Y hitherto pen- lit ed la NEW YOITK, awl that I'M atv>ee alaiemeai it tiricUy and tilirrly accurate. Hit reference* of the HIGHEST ORDER, are moat ample The optnioa of ibe New York public ON HI 4 Improved aye tew niav lie teen In the following reapectable pap*ra? Ytd* New York Mirror, l#th July, IW; Coarier aad Knqalrer, 3BU Der ember. 1M; Erenlag Sur,)7th Jaae, 189*. ayM-Soa* A PASTOR'S Oil., OH COMI'OUKU hW , HRNTlAL OIL or ALMONDA. fordeMmy ardand. raff, aad pceeeitlnf the hair front coming oat o* temi*r ere? prepare* I by ANTONIO PAST OK, Hair Colter, 165 Urtf.,' wick ?m*t, New York. ThU inimitable 4 HI ha* been the prudaet of fifteen yean o experience inlheciiyof New York, wbrre I b??e t?.en er?c inflate the hair ratling haameaa. In ibat period, I never knew ai.y p^raon wba bat oted ii, wbnae bur bat not been Improved by tbe ate ot ilr? Comooan-I; and ihe pnbll* may re.y on It that A. PAHTOR'H COMPOUND OIL la tba ?l. eiw.me.t and !>? - <?il for ihe htir, makea It grow thirk . n?l l<>atf, pre. veui* ilt fallit c off or turning gr? y. an ? tea if hair hat l?*g on tit turn grey, it tueb a n?aruber t? il-e balr, ikMb) u??- lv.il reatore It to iia aetiral color; alto prevrnta hair fram hemm ing tliadei1 , and if hair it already thaded. which ta a great ,1 >.fi foreroeni to yoonc ladle*, a ad if n?ed for a tliori time, it ?i.| rr?t?rr it to I a naiaral color, clear thetcarf and kaep tkebead a ad balr clean; promiteaejekrowt aad ? hi?kr ra. Tor tale wboleaale anrt retail, >>r A. F\STUR, 163 Greenwich ft. N York. Price, ft ceutt per little ao2Mi?* Lie coi: dial d*.|i i caiSK. on i.'kluik Dk L'AMOlJB.? The UnUrn i*titet' *irrnt <'?r th* Loci ?a Cardial, or Eli*?r of Love. reiarnt hi* gratetol arkoow ledgmenta for the flitterir r patronage witch be haa already rrceivrd; and alao f >r the m?ay teattinenial* which have Iwen tealbtm tnvhiaf the ainioat ralrnealoo* rfbracy of bit netii mahle tnedicino. Tbe well founded reputation of ike I uciaa Curelai" warranla tbe Agrtit in withdrawing bia lorif a?l?er llaemeats bat . for th? bea?i' ol Iboae per?on? who r av at vri lie aaaware of iu namre, be won d etr-licitly ?late that ui< Dr. JlafKia t ceietorated IktiiHiy which haa created tach a tea ?aiUn ia Prtaee? that b tpeediff re?torea the eirile oowera, where they have beeaexhaaated by d??a?e, or otkerw i,e, and *u iMtan* tally reaovate* ibe proertam lo?etb?o? ? that It i* to effec^aal care for tbe ' fl < or ? nan aliove alt, that it It the oaly meiiicine e?er dlac< ?ered f,?? tbe remoml of ImpMtea'y ia malet. an : barreaae<?infeinalea. Owlnf toKl ?a*tly Inela. or'tiar qaaloiea. il it alto highly o?e?ol in (fleet, obatror led, diAralt or paiafni aietittraatkin. lne*ntlaeor<' of Ihe uilre, or ?w*olai*ar? oitckarire thereof, ehrenlc erupt unt of Uietain, draptiehl affetUmt ol tbeaiea, Ite. kc. I? order tliai allcl>aaet of ?oc?etv may receive the benefit Ol Dr. Mafinln't diarovery , the Am^rirxn proprietor haa content ed thai tbe Cordial thall he arHH la k'nilet ol all o?n?r* each. MilMN^M*' priee ot Three D?llan, wbirh i? lesa lhan oae half the pricerbtr ed lar It in Pranre. ?e particaur to o-werve th.t ib. fac a'tnUe of tbe Atiericaa proprietor'* aif oetare (io coum^rfelt whlrb it feloay ) boo the oatabte lahelj aad tbatihr nam*. "Laclna Conlial, or Elliirvf Love." if ?tamn?d 1" H?e Rlnta ?. each bottle Hold oa!y ?? Or W. H Milmw't mrner of D-y ?ireet and, R.oadeav, where a kandbi I coaiainine p*riirat?ra, may b had rrail*. JOHN VfllTMM M<?l,firHW K I.I,. M. D. aM9 5i? __ MIC KI.lt? ? raae* pore N ckle.j':?l re?^teed and f?r aal hv L1W11 rEUCHTWANOiR, IjrSI * Coortlamii ti Cap ?PEEEiMi aw k?? ' ttTr^r e?? to *. Abo, !? t- we-tandflnitbet^ aaM-tt* R DH h 0k M w1(*r, \VHI?ELKA>? BALSAM .OF MOSCA TKLLO. ICT TO THK PL'BLIC.? In testimony of the extraordina rv Tinofiof WHKKLER'S BALSAM OP* MOSCA'I KLLO, (a purely vegftitde preparation and quite agreeable to the palate) asa remedy for all diseases ol the bowels, Dyspepsia, Diarrho*-*, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus, Spasmodic Cholera, and il?* summer complaints of children, the following highly respectable gentlemen, in addition to hundreds of oilier*, have I voluntarily written letter* to the proprir u>r, expr? stive ol their ' highest opinion* o: its merits, aud of the decii'.ed success which has attended its use by themselves, and in their lanii lie*:? F. A. De Peyster, Ksq., captain of the New York picket ?hip Columbus; Count DOrtrante; Charles H. Wct*b, late of Congress Hall. New York; Col Ctiarle* Mapett David Kim herly E?q., 121 Front street; Mr. David Hair, 453 Broome street; Mr. Augustus s. Chapin,40 (Ireer wich slieet; Mr. Pe ter D. Collins. 249 Front street; Mr. Charles K Smith 3i4 Grand street ; Mi. John Immea, 12?S'anion street; Mr. Wm. Ne?l, 85 Mercer Mree. ; Mr. Robert Breese, 251 Hudson street; Cyrus It ill, E?q., Brooklyn; Mr. Kdwnrd Cruikshank, 40 Greenwich street, Mr Amos Leeds, 92 Hammersley street, Jtc. kc. kc. *,* Since the publication ia the Evening Star, New Era. Sunday Morning News, andoth-r papt rs.of the aliove letters, t*?e proprietor ha* received among others, ike lOdowing addi tional gratify ing evidences of his preparation. New York, \stor House. Aug. 9, 1838. Dear Sir? During my *tay here, two of my children, ot 3 and 5 year* of age, were attacked with a viol-nt diarrUjea. and from :he high recommendation 1 had from S H. Brooks, E?q. of ynar Balsam of Mo*catello, I did net hesitate lo administer it. an<l I am hnppv ta say it proved immediate relief. The children are mm '?>tn well. Too are at liberty to use this in aay wayy?u ttiis k proper. Your obedient serviut, J T. Co.iwaa, Governor of Arkansas. Mr. J. Wheeler, OtuliM, kc. No. 33 Greenwich si. New v'ork Southern Hotel, ) 157 Broadway, 9th Aug. 1838. J Dear fir ? Having had two ?f my children, one four moaihs old and tbeothtriwoyearsold. both severely afflicted with the summer comprint, several gentlemen who frequent my house, infoimed me of th? salotary properties of vour Balsam of! Uoscaietlo, and advised m* to procure wm- forthwith. I did so and in less than two hours after admtiii*'.ering to esrli a j >mall do**, th<-> were re tored to their mual health. In jus- ? live to von I would remark, that a? I am generally well known to the p blic in ihl* ci.y, I cheerfully give litis testimony in your lavor and an lioriseyou to refer anv person to me on the sahiect of the B iWim nl M<>scalello,asamedici.ie which I think of the gr> atest imoorianceto families. Yours, verv resprctfullv, Johw Nislo. The genuine Balaam laa* " Wheeler's Balsam ot Misca tello" stamped on the l>ouice. and each boitlv ia accompanied with dirc-iions for use, ana a lac simile of the proprietor's sig nature Price according to the sit of the bottle, one, two, or three dollars. To he had in New York, at the resideace of the proprietor. No. 33 Greenwich street. Oculist, kc ; at the drug store of J. Milaaa, Wo. 183 Broadway: at *'r. Dickie's, So 413 Broadway; at Mr. J B Dodd'a. No* HIS and 77 i Broadway; at Mr. Schieflello's. No. 114 Canal street; at Mr. Israel Post's, No. 88 Bowery; Mr. J. G. Wilford's, No 411 Grand street; sod Mr. Mc.Clear'*. No. Jf'3 Greenwich street. ? Persons wishing ta obtain agencies, must addresa (post pa iit> to Mr. wheeler, No. 38 Greenwich street, where all wholesale order* fur the supply of vessels, hotels, kc. are to be sent. Jyl7 8tn* MKDICAL CAllfi-DK. CARPENTER, No. 4 Peel ? Eltp, Ne?v Y< rk. deems it proper occasionally to rewiac the pu idle t hit he coat inues t? administer to the afflicted at his old establi-ked D'spensary. To a vast number ot ihe citiiens of this metropolis he need ao heralds to announce hit victory over dise*?e, in It* moat com plicated and des'rortive forms ? nor does he deem it mate rial to be very sptcific in enumerat ng the name* oi tlx varl ous maladies to which mankind and womankind are subject. To strangers he l?egs leave most respectfully to remark, thai be confine* himself lo office practice, and doveies himself p-r sonally to the welfare of his patients, keeps no assistants ot shop boys, and t-as separate offices for the pr.vacy ol pauenti who can never come in c-ihtaet. Dr. Carpenter would add that he Is regularly educated t? the prnfesstoa of medicine and snrgert, and received his D1 ploina in llieyear 1113, of the New York Slate Medical flocie ly. signed by the highly respected snd much lamented Jobs R B. Ko.tpers, M D.. ns President, aad that be I ma for a lo?| serist of year* devote'1 himself to the treatment and care of a delicate ?nd private diseases. Be pirticular in Uie nu ruber ? 4 Peck Slip, near Pearl *t. mv?3m P? CAKPKNTER. f,M>H tHK HKNBVAL OK J4UPK UKA..'. t?Ul HAIR*? That hane of female beauty, whether on the forehead, neck or ??lll m?re unsightly, the a peer lip, ma) be effec'nally removed bv a free aseofATRlNSON'S DFPIL A'l ORY. IU operation Is insinntanenas, removing the hair ? i'.bont the least approach to pain and leaving He skin whiter and a fleriaan !>emre. By twice asing the Depilatory th? ro?U ol the hair are destroyed, so a* to require no fur ther application of It. No bad cooseqoence* from I s ase need he apprehended, as It may be used on an infant's skin without any bsd eflVets. The advertiser ia prepared ta warrant eveiy bo tie sold by him to operale effectually, and to lie perfectly innocent in its effects. Bold wholesale aa?l mail hy H. C. HART, 173 Broadway, aJLy corner Conrilaadt ?l OK it 1* TO'TH FAfe'l"*.? All unequalled Dentl ? frtce <or ele?n?inK preaervlng, and h? aotii* lag ihe teeth. Tk* OR"IMT(MiTH PAUTI bat, la ??jr iniuiici, mnrf (ban lealiiitl the biblical* ipaciatioa* ?C (boar t* h?> have uwd It, a* hai'lrrfl* nf i f^i?iitoal? chearfolly at leu. tk'bil# ii beaa liilf < lh' tfftlt, In iN'in a clrar aad p?arly wkitriim, aa<l removing *a?l preventing every appearance of tartar. It aiaa impni?<? tlie ?|ir of the Hp* aad pm?- prrriru and beal* all t, <-?Mo?tlir n.ooih ? arreata the prog reaa ?f .Way fa tleteetb? aiidl-ip*rlt tlal pecapar aa?i grateml ** ecine?* to If breath for whict II c Ctrl* Knot In >a Juttlv and e*te?*ively p?.irlirat' <1? ami It l?, alan, preamiaeatly dutingaubed for In agreeable u*ie a> <1 fragrance. The Orrl* Tooth Ta?l* ean.oa Ihe laetant. herhanred tola an agreealdt and nsuat ciceUent Toeth W *?li while It ta free front th? many oI^mkmn thai ?pply to tack aa article, aad al?o !>?*?? || *,r (bat are applicable lo Tuotli Powder* aaan ap peariage la the toilet. It la warranted lo coolatn no Int red I eni ia the kaatdegrre iajarloaa to I be teeth, aad It ia high ly re. iimni.f,.l?.M.y ibe rrx-t eminent dent. tta. (la e*ten?i?e ?ale, and the p. neral ? alMactloa that it cn?nrea, are, however, the l?e? t e? ul.-nef ? of lu pnpu I %rhy and ni arlu Price, 99 ceai *, with full direr, (Mfe Poraalehy H. C. Han, ITS ?roa<twa*; J. H Hart. M D. Tt Broadway, and 9.5 Hu'**on*t| llaw'e k Ooinn. Ct Chat ham ?tj K. M rtaion, 177 Bowery cnr?er of Pike and Henrv tUi an? at 441 Orand ??. between Ran Broadway aad Diviaioa ttreet. ??d wbota* lel>y llaydack, Co rile* k Co , No 41 Li' beriv *1 JyK t oil- wSm* I Mi.ru ? H-Juit r?ce|veo. a large supply of tnpcrio* | mj ?werii,h Leetke*, and for aafe ? n ?ci mnmcdallng lerma, hy LIWINrMciinVANOtl. m JjrSI t<*? WtoMtW.B SHKIDM l '/, U ifBH-Mrm Y()U1*? k KlCNT ? havint ma?M> arrinfeinenu wuh the proprietor* ol ihe celebrated WeWIHr. Mr'!"* *?? Germany, for a conatant mpplf of tb< cry?tal? of tk* ?alu tbeat *aiert contain, are en-Med to offer u> the American poWltc ia their pawd^rt, the Meant ol ittatanianerutly prodaritif the original Heiiillti water, poaaeta ed nf all iia Inherent alrioea. Tke powderi an lour known at Heldlilr. oweeeiw *o o'her prop< rile* In 'on mot Wllh tba Ba ll ve Beidllti water, than ibelr aoerVnt eflecta, (a* w?ll prodn c?-dl?y Kpaom Nalu,) l?einr eatirely devoid ??f the tonic t ad alfratiae qnaHtiea of the pare water* Henrt a connnooot aae of tke commoa Heidlnt powdera prodare* ??t jteu, ac ronipanie . with niach naaaaa wklltt oa Ihe other hand, Ibe * aier? of tiie man aprinf glae to?e m the ttoataeli and ge neral health, never l?eing attended wlib aiekaeat, or other on pleatant effect*. Theae powder* are n??ihr pot wp In one do lea paper?, by Maaara. Y?aag k Kent. All rfroome ?tr? '?!, WTI er ol l hoiaptoo, who ?re the aolc Importer* of iba cry*iaiiaed tali* of the '?er? an Meldlltff ttprtaf. ilea that ilee lat>e| beart the tignainre ol Voong k Kewt Noae other* are geaaina. PiBuLTri UA 'a 7 V Collllj HlPflO ha *ttne ol thi* iilaeaae? the awf?1 t?ar?l f on?umpho*?- and Ike ten leaee prufetalonally proa??ao?*?l that ContBraptVMl ti War ara ble, have daae mare toward awal'lng Ike lltlof tiealkafWmi ihla dlaeate ikaa *11 '<ther raa?e? eantliined; ? herta*, ?k et* nine haadredtha of the caae* thai hi lhl? ravntr-y present them*?l*e* are oalieMiarahle, and mar be cared th'ojali t*m ageacv o< n I h. Hiuurr* ft kmkh y k?r pFf.woN^RY Let wo oa* .leapalr antll be baatrl'd ihla rem# dr. Cull at 1M OIIATM 4* ?Ql^AWW. where ihla medlrtaa i?ft>r?al". aad w*erc iwfurnMlWja re?pet1l?g h wlllbj cWarluliy Ktrem iiMi*' THK VICTOKIA 14 AIlliCUTI IRO'KOOMS ? Corner of Kulion street and Broadway , (west side.)? CLIREHUUII hi* just opened the above room- in connection within* other establishment, where ladies anu gentlemen, will alwnjs tin <4 him ' at home," prepared incut and arrange their hair in lhe most prevailing stvl* of fa-hion. CLlKEltUGH's SYSTEM ?f culling: gentlemen's hair i? entirely original, has been adopted i?y the moat talented ariists in 1-ondou and Paris, and I*. well calculated to display ihe luxuriance and beauty of a tine head of hair. The Wr.?ij<n and execution hnve been de nominated a scientific art, and whether I irthe pulpit, lb* ha . the senate or the Mage, its classic nnd elegant arrangement add dignit* and (race to the whole contour ot Im Icte hunnnnt The true philosophy of Hie hair dressers' art is so to arrange the liair, that while the finest features may be improved by "this mi st estimate l of nature's gifts," the plain* st counte nance may be made to appear pos lively handsome. This gift Clirehugh has attained in an eminent d ?L ree, and acknow ledged by ih 'iisahds wh? have changed countenance under th" mat; c of his touch. Emi?nce to the rooms first door from Broadway. au21 1?* MKDICAL AND 8imOICAL.-DH GLOVEH is consulted as us?al in the treatment ot a certain class of nis-ases. He apprises the public that lie ha* received a regular professional education in this country, and is not to be classed with Ihe self-named doctors, medical puflers, and pretenders M the day. Office No. : Aim st, near the American Museum.? Private entrance third door trom the Museum. Lamp at the ini?er t tf?i?e door n tUe eveoir? leTMf SPKAK1KG TRIIlttPKTS, of superior quality ?ml workman-hip n'?nu.'actured ani for sal* bv aolO LEWIS KKUCH i WANGER. iCourtlnndtst. CUMM ?? K COJIPLAIKT, DI A UK H tE A.DYS O KNIEKY, CHOLEKA MORBUS. and all other oerang** mem* at" the Stomach and Bow?l? are ? fteclually cartd by Doctor J tYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Hundreds ?l certificates of iu virtues similar 10 the follow lowing, have been received by the proprietor:? Or. D. Jayne? Dear Sir: Haviuir niaae use of your Carmin ative Balsaui in my famt.y, aixl finding ilto lie admirably adap ted t? the coot plaint* for which it is Intended, I take pleasure is recommending It to the ase oi m? friends and the public gene rally, believing those who ar* afflicted with any of lhe*e coos plaints will find rs-iief in the n ?? ol this van ihie m-nicine. JONATHAN UOING. D. r>. President of Granville College, Ohio. New York, May ?, I33J. Prepared and *old by Dr. JAYNE, N . 2? Heath Third street, Philadelphia, and sold in thi? rity at the proprietor*! prices, by A B k D. WantN. No. 100 Fulton street, corner oi William, and at retail by P Burnett, 35 Sixth Avenue - Johc K. Di>dd, 643 snd77l Broadway ; and G. W . Etnbree, TT East Broadway. Price, SO cents. JySt Im ? -^ORALHO-VJV ! J LIVERWORT E7 This invaluable medicine has, un.ided hy puffery or patronage, gan ed a I igh reputation solely la cuhw quence ol lis ualatluig efficacy in removing the incipient symptoms of that Jeadlv foe to ih* human race, Consumption or in radical iy curing, in a more advanced stage, iu concomitants, colds, cootrhs. asthma, Ui2ae*aa. croap, whooping ci ugh and all In iammatory affect ons of thr ahest and lcngs, is off* red to tha pubi c si a p ice wbch tenders so valu??Se a preparation available to f ?? a 'ha jo*resi classes. Under a climate ?> va riable as oars. the pra%a1er.ee of such am points rail* impera tively for some remedy, pleasant in Its action and effectual ia its operation, l? remove in tueir birth those sy allows which, if unchecked, must eventuate in a serious disease, ami such a preparation sush a remedy is presented to the community in th* Peciorsl lloney of Liverwort, to the unfailing efficacy of is bleb, iraiinv>ny n( the most convincing ahararier Is tendered by nu y oi our most respectable citixeus, who, having expe rienced It* beneficial effects, bave voluntarily authorised the proprietor to refe' to them any sufferer anxious l? escape from the disrates above alladed to. In all cases ol difficulty in breathing, eaosed by Inflammt tin* of I he chest or lungs, Ihe Pectoral Honey ol Liverwort will he fnand an Invaluable and nnfailing sourer of rel ef, ope rating, as il does, plensastly yet effectually. In those distressing complaints incident to children, erouo, whooping cough. kc.. il Is the onle eriaia remedy? and in more advanced life il is in e?ery instance tha surest safeguard against lb* apt>roacl>?s of consumption. I* fact the national moi to of " E Plurihus Unom," not in th* sense ?*f unity froti multitude, bal select one from a thousand , of ??1v*rttn*<f med|. cainent*. may with peculiar propriety be applied t* ike Pecto ral Honey ol Liverwort. For s?l hy JAMES D. NOWILL, sole proprietor, corae. ofiMadsun ai d Catharine *ts Olco.t. McKe??* k Co.. 145 Ma idea Lane. T. Milhau, IM Rro?n way. Adam* -n k Cliff" *99 Broadway. and fi Bowery. J 'me* Tarrant, corner of Greenwich and Warren ata. George D. Coggeshall.eomrr of Pearl and Hose sta. T R. If ihbariTSfJS flowery. II. V. Bus! .corner ol Hammerdey and Variek sis. Allen k Ingersoll. Gram'. c*rn?r of Norfolk st. Dr. Btoo>!roo<i . corner of Allan and Riviagtoo sta. Cougnaq ?9 Chatham it. Blagrove It Powers, Brooklyn, L. I. J. 9 .lon?s, Jamaka, L 1. Dr. Ella* Trleett, Poughke*psi?, N. Y. Henry Howie* k Co., Albany. w Bri*iol. Utlca, N Y. I* B Swan, Rochester. Laiher K In k C' . Geneva, N. Y. J. D Pnllllps, N*wburg. Jno. Carpenter, Sing Smg. Seymour k Dickinson, tlsrtford, Con*. Oavid Ml cbell, New Haven. E. Thornton. Jr.. New Be*f<trd, Mass. Roberts k Aihinson. Baltimore. R. L. Raker, Charleston. B. C. J. Ilunnevlt'e, Boston. To avwhl disappointment, never purchase a boltie with* ont It bears the proprietor** signature. A lib- ml discount alio *vS to draggisls and country dealer*. aa 39-lm* Hfc . ?i A It H.? It la universally coa reded that there Una ? Imorv e,10B| to the eiynymeBi of a (rename Havana if. gar. t*Ki\.\*,TI Cedar ?treet, ha? the pleasure of iefnrminr F.li ci>> ;r>me<i rad the rohlic In f eneral, that he hat made <aeh ? r?f f ement* in il<? Ifavana a* *111 enable him in ?n >|hv ihrm wiiti the brand* and Ibey can alwayi rely in their parcba*** from htm and al?n of ..btalninr a pare, fenaiwe, and fin* r riavnrrd ankle. He but n >w oa hand ?? ?? OOtt No* rmjfo In half quart' r, firhth?, and teilka bnie?, which are old and highly llivored helnt: manufacture- iron picked to bttrco, an1 imported e*pre?|y for retail ion one Do? Ompaneroa, fin.cno Rionda, dfi.tw Princlpl, t?f the jenalne Noval tobacco. An i>?t Rrratia, nf ifcegovernme(.i factnry at Havana, M) nno La Norma, ?i nn? Cannnra, ff.ftno Prineeaa or AI?o, Trafcnan, Dm Ami*' * Peiion'a Moreno*. India Ca*a d??are?,and Con* rraa aegarn? which are *oper?or to any that have been ;m; orted fbr year*. Tor aale wWi-lraalr aad retail. N B. Country merchant* wocW do well by eallln*MT7 r?it?r aell lm' I t, " l?oN'? HIlRTaH'B HRD DKOP-ThU I i medicine It the oaly ebanlate Xpeclfic that haa ever been rti?cov*re?t t<>r the rare *f the moat daejeren* <*l?ea?ea bad company It the < -*oee ?f, which ha* been hoewn, when once netted In the *y*tem, to fndown from feneration genera tion, d?filn? ih* ?k ill n? the moet eminent phy*irl*ae. Th?* medlciae U allowed by every one ?/??naint*d wWi I* In he the moat certain, ?*fe, and ? *pe?iith?ua n**te o< care ever known. It rw? oat every wat'ire of ?he pvlaMi m>n? the ayatem a a tewdav., au matter bow the ea*e. and may.lway.hr mted with the greete* *atetv. oniler aay cirr anmaace*, by brtih .f tea n eeflea .ilaeeverv from Ihe moat Intimate frieaJ. a* their la na reatrictlnea whatever laid ion the patleat. Every phial w ill h?*e the written alrnaiare o' Dnrfc* l'_ Lett?*n,of whom It caa be ?>hlalned privately at Bllll ?e*. p, )?e i| per phi ?!. Wen n -in* <!?* *** y >??? '1 ? Ummokh mill "ri ,;N | na, lofMlehy 1.RWII PIHQM IWANSBI. nn'a __ 2 caaitlnndt tn. Ijt.RM A mTi ' III' rSlt S" RTVWf A tptendU r art tale. >ol?aW' fnr private rnm>He? and warranted not to tarnuh. for aide hy tKWfa PBVC!HTWAN*lirit, TPf t CawilMdt at cr A. w. SPIES. ltt PmK ?wt, ta MOW opetdaf a fall Fall (apply of Hardwares? for sale oa the Mai reaaeM ft eiMM pott. Iwm Tea Kettle* umL Ihm Pua. 3 crate* MmI Iron do. da> 8 caika assorted Table Cutlery. 5 do. Pen aad Pocket Unite*, Shew*. Seniors, he. 3 so. Rasorsj It do Pile* aod Edge Tools. 3? do. assorted Trace Chain*. 3M tioten do. Axes. 1* eajes Guns, Pistols and Rifles. 3*? pairs sei r cocking and revolving Pistols. r<>|eih?r wiii) general assortment of Shelf Hardware* ; Plat'd, Japanned and Pancy Good*, suitable tor tbe gaeth*>a atarhet. mil 3m* Composition Orn?m?nt naaulacUrjp, 804 Broadway, New Turk. CT JOHN GALLIKR respectfully inform* Architect* aad Builder* that he eoultnae* to famish ornaments of every de scription for tbe Interior finishing of buildings on the howa*> term*. N. B. Specimen* can be seen at the manufactory a* above* Ornaments trot up to any design. wyMa* COLOREDPAPER AMD FANCY PAPKh BOX M AN l FACT' Y. No. 72 Pulton and 52 Gold street , Ntv> York. Dr A large aMormieni of Coloree Paper* of evt ry <te*crip. tion? *och as plain, colored, embossed, marble, mottled, spot* led, he... kept constantly on band. Also, an extensive assort ment of Pancy Paper Boxes of ev?ry variety, and for aay use. Orders in both line* executed with promptness ami despatch. BLANC k BOD EN, ?u2-!m* Manuractnren, Nos 72 Fulton 1 52 (void su Ocs Carte* de Vlaltes, de laocea et da Com merce* tor visitin? cards cari?s at home, stork CARDS, &c. he. xa VALENTINE'S INOBAViNe, PRINTING, AND FASHIONABLE VIBlTlN# AND STORE CARD K8TABLIBHMBNT, 00 John comtr of ffiUtam it. NKW YORK. Visiting Card*, Cards at Home for Wedding Parties, Mer cantile mid Store Cards, engraved in superior style, and print ed with ibe utmost neatness, in the latest and most approved fashion. jell ~OT E RAN' CM OP THE SHAD EE.? Ann street, near Wihiajo sirevt.? The subscriber, proprietor of the Shade*, respecifuily informs bis friend* and the public generally, that tbe encouragement received since the upening of ibe Shade*, has induced h.m to take the above boose with a view to accommodate those who reside on the eastern side o( the cltv. The house is fitted up similarly, and will be conduct ed ia all respect* tbe line a* the Shade*. Je2 v J. EVANS. MajmsKjN MOUSE, Port Jefferson, (late Drowned Meadow*,) L. 1 ?The sub*crli>er has opened the above house for tbe reception of company transient and permanent. Tha bouse is large, new, built especially for ue business, and ar ranged with every care for the comfort of visitor*. It is situa ted at the bend of, and commanding a view of one of the fineat bays on Long Island, which abounds with fish and lowl. Car riages will lie in readiness at all times, and two handsome sail boats for the accommodation of company. A line of stagea run twice a week to and from New York, vix: per rail road to Hicksvillr. Also, weekly across tbe island to Patchogae and a regular packet weekly irnm foot of Oliver ureet.be* side* other vessels almost daily. Term* moderate. BENJ. T. WILLS E. Port Jefftrson. L. I., June 30, 1338. Jy2 tf Willi* YMI7 TRY 1T1 ET P^ESCOTT'S UNITED STATES OIL PA8TC BLACKING is admitted by all who have proved it. to be decidedly the best article ever ?flVr<.d o the public; it being manufactured in oil, doe* not, like most blacking, Injure lite leather, but on the coktrary, preserves and softens it Whole sale dealers are particularly requested to call and examine the altove article, and satisfy tbemselve* that Prescell's Black ing inust take precwden^e over any other now U use. 1st. Because it possesses more conservative qualities. 2d Its easy application. 3*1. It improves ? ntbei than I* impaired bv age. 4th. Ii will polish with ease over oil or tallow? au<4, lastly, is a perfection in blacking hitherto unattatned. Manufactured and lor sale at 50 Water street, New York. Also hy J. W. Clark, Buffalo. Orders solicited. ao9-3m sx SECOND WARD HOTEL? Next to the corner of Pulton street, in Nassau street? This well known establish mem having undergone" thorough refitting, 1? new in com plete order for tke accommodation of ttose who may boaor it with their patronage. There are in tht* house, besides tbe lower story, whleb ia thrown entirely open as a public bar room, a large room upon the ?eeond story. 74 feel by 35, w<- 1 1 suited for the accommoda tion of public raeetirg*- together with several smaller ooes adapted for the nse of c lab*, referee*, or for the trail saciiea of other private business. Clufc* ann private partie* accommodated with room*, and may be famULed with dinners or sappers, composed ?( every specie* of game or delicacy which the markets afford ^it short notice. EDMUND JONES, Proprietor jell cr NKW HBPKCTOhY.-J. SWEENEY, In form* his friends and the public that he ha* opened a new re er.tory, in that large and elegant building, No. 144 Fulton ?. Kiah. Fl?sh and Powl are always t? be foand en hi* tables, and every deltcac* of ibe season pmv.d- d as soon as It appears in the market. No care or attention ? ill be wanting on hi* part to give gene-al satisfaction, and he hopes to find that geaerou* enconraeemsat which he i* determined to dcierve. Jy3l3m J. 8WEENEY._ IMPORTANT TO T?K AFFLICTED, NEW MEDICINE. CT PHELPS COMPOUND TOMATO P1LLR. a new and invaluable Medic in?, 'or n.l diicaae* arming from I rap art - lie* of the BlooU, Moriisrt Secretion* of the Livet and titomarh ? akwv a fubsiiiot* for Mercury, at a Cathartic in Kcv?r?, and all Hiilou* Affection*. The?e popular Pill* are a combination of a newly discovered Afcallne Mibatatce, extracted frwm the Ton Mo PI?H| wiin otbrr vegetable mbttancea which nave been found to modify ia4 rf ffaae Hi fffccu, ami are believed lo t>e the beat Alie. i uve and Cathartic Medicine, ever di*covered. They have been abnndantly and lucccrtfuliy tried, and bave received aoivcrtai approbation for 8crt>fu<a Dyapepila, Jaandic*. Rlli. oa* diaeaae*. Qravei. Rheuniaiiun. Cough*, Colda, li.fluenaa, Catarrh, Nervou* dUea*e?, Acid Stomach*, O land alar Swel ling* ?f all kind*, Ce*tlvene?*, Co.ic, Head aehe, be bp. An A tidote to Contagion* a. id Epidemic D'.aeaae*, ta pro vent Uie formation of Biliau- ami Liver Affection*, Fvver and Ague, kf. in tboae who reaide in hot climate*, and low anf marahv rnunlriea, and the be?t Cathartic ibal ear lie bm-iI (or thoar ktcalltiea. Seamen will find them an Infallible remedy for the Scurvy; and Traveller*, tbe beat Medicine thai they ran nac to c? unteract tbe danger* of exposure la unhealthy climate*. For ordinary Fanilly phytic. they are universally approved. asibe best ever offered. The peculiar virtue* of tbe Tomato Plant bare for a long time attracted tbe attention of tba Medical Proft-httoo, and tbe pab ic ; and great Inirmt ha* been directed to lb* future de velopment oi its niedk'ital qaaiitca, which tbe Proprietor la happy In being now Tnle to gratify? and present* hla Pitta to the public . with tbe full confidence rf their Wing th? mo*t **fe an?l valuable remedy ever discovered. Numeri.u* rertiflcatea of cure*, Trim tbntt who have taken them, and the teatwx ny of <ev4 ral Pliyaiciana, who b've pre*crii>? <i them, ail concar to jattify and corroborate this opinion. The rapidly lncr?a? i.g dematdfor, and tbe universal approbation he-mwed upon them, It an additional evidence of their meiluand uaefalne**. Tbe public are rctpeetfully h- formed. that tbe above Pill* are now for aale by Ute following ag'nt* in tbi?cit . A It. fe D. sand*, William atreet, corner of Fultqot E. A. M'Leen, 9TMI Qrerawleh ; J. P Cailcnder, 162 Naa.nu *lreet ? J. Hyme, S3 k 33n Bowery j J. L Scheifflia, I l4Canalatreet : P. Burnet, 3*> S xih Avenae; E.C b K E Mf*< 491 Grand *tre*t; J. C Hal loch. 396 Sprin??treet nvar Clinton Market In Brooklyn, hy J. M . Mtb Mid A. II iceman. 68 Falu n Mreeu Onlerafrom Apenuor other* directed to <1. R. Pbelpt, Proprietor. Hartford. Con., or la HWADLEY. PHELPS fc Co. (general forwarding Agent*) 142 Water Ureet, New York, will be promptl r executed. Forth* I Kt-ry of thin mediciaa, te*tlm?ul*U, be. *ee Pan* pb'eta, which may be bad gram of tbe above Age o la. a4>lmeodbW? i UI)KRH9 TO THE PUBLICS-DOCTOR HEN A RY FIBCHIL, (a natlreof Pra-aia. and formerly of ibat army,) baajutt arrived from England, where be ha* practiced for a number of yenra with the greatest aacceaa in ibe art of healing. Hi* attention t* particular ly directed to tboae dta eaaea to frequently brought on by ihe IndHcreilon o/ yaib and Inebriety , which, tlrough ill treatment, aooften prove* fb tal to themfferer, and make* bim look upon life a* a harden. Dr. H F. flat. era blra*elf, that after many year* of intense ata dy and practice, be liable, through tbe ileaaingof heaven, M eradiate the m? *t inveterate venereal dlieaaea, ami to con vince the aMicted that be really can perform what be protean ea, be will receive no remuneration unle** a perfect cure ta made, lor which He pledge* hi* repmatlon. Hoaraof attendance, from V in the morning till 2, aad from 4 UU > in tba ? venlng, and on Sunday from I* to I, when tha doctor nmy be conaalted by either *ei with the (Mint confidence and *ec*eay, fin the Engflab, French, and rterman language*) at bb IMe.itcal Ettanllabmeni, No. B4<* Prarl itreet, a few d?or* from Broadway, wbare advice end medicine* may be obtained. T?.e PILES effectually cara?l with lateraal mrdkioa MMVg Letter* poet t?M, and addrea^rt a* above, duly atterH<rtlt<i. N B. Burreon Cbiroportiat Atterxt* to ihe cure of all kinda of corn*, bunnlona, and defeeiive naila, without pain or lac en vectenee. Ladle* aad gentleman waited upon, If rrqaired, M their place* of abode. tilwerve.No Pearl atreei. near Broadway. JySI lm* THK IHFOKTIISATI ?l FHII ND-lt I* the I general coocelv?e idea, that any article for whloh a hub price I* a*ked, ma?t be valuable, and vice veran, unfariunafa peraona aboald look before (bey leap, and they will fird ? Friend In Hanier'* Red Drnp for V ? -I that will not deceive. Price ?l per viaL Remember ibeoilca? 5 Divition tlreet. aulB IW CllfDF. AND RBFIIIKD n li" K ?? I. \ *??? plyof Cnide and Kertaed Nickel, on band, ami for *aia wholeaaleann retail, by lyy iL !<KW|?I FPUCHTWANOrR. f Canrflandt ak PUBLISH BB DAILY "if JANKI 6U R DOA IlKNNKTT, WO. '21 Ann ?TRKKT. TERMS OF ADV ERTlHINO ? Tbe ealen*lve etrrulatioa of the llraai.o Imih In town and coantry, make R ? laperiar Channel far advert leera roa twblvr Liaaa. oa i.r.aa 1 day, ? ? S" 4 oay*. $1 H 1 day*, $1 k7 t . . a 7,1 5 . . i ? a . . s S . . INK., 1 73 ? . . X It It da 7% $i U II . . f ft It . . IB ,roa kioht i fir* oa lkm. > week*, . . it Mi 1 9 month*. . . fa CB 1 moMh, , . S no | A month*, , , ia ** CT All advertisement* lo be paid before Ibelr loaeetioa Adverliaetneni* inaerted In the Wcbklt Haaal.B, al it *B per rqunre every ia*ertlon. Moantno llaaaio? i*?ued every mrTrlng.eieept Bandafw price, two <-ent* pef capy. Coantry tnbwrtber* fnrnKbad at tba aame rate, S?r any aperfic period, on a remltiane* In ab* vance. No paper aen*, unleaa paid In advanee. Evaainn Hta*L?-~ie*aed evm ?fterm?* at One o'ebicb Price, two eenu pew copy. Country ?aoaenbert fbraiabed a the same rate- caab In advance. Waaatv ffaaiLO?lwond every Safarday morning at t o clock? Price ?| aenU per Cfipy. remHhed to country auhacr liervai it per annum, bi advnoee. Coear*rofff>anT*~are re^neaked In adrfrew their letter! ta Jam ft fleeden Renaeft, Pmprteloe a? d Eo Itor > and til latter* on baeinen meat be prwt pai<k