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[rrMwrB?ni? MUM*) Tk? World. Talk who will of tbe world a* a desert of thrall, gel? yet, tkrn b a loom oa the waiw ; Though the chalice of life balk iu arid ak fail, There are beaty ^npi wo for the taste. We moraaur and droop shoald a nrravr-clwd stay, And Mtr all ik? shades of oar lot ; Bat ilte rtcb scintillations (hat brighten our way, Arc baafc'd la, enjoyed, sad forgot. Thoae who look on asertality'seeeaa aright, Will not n?u o'er eack billow that tolls. Bat dwell oa the glories, tke beaalies, tke night, As much a* tke shipwreck! and suoais. How thaaklea* to he, who remember* alone All the hiuer, tke drear, aad tke dark, Tkoagh the raven may tcare with 1 a woe-boding toae, Do we ne'er hear tke aoag of the lark ? We may utter farewell whoa'tia tortare to part, ?at ta meeting the dear oae again, Ha?e we aerer wyaiced with that wtldneu of heart Which outbalances ages ot pain? Who hath aot had momenta so ladea with blirs, When tke seal ia its falaem of love Would waver, if hidden to choose between this And tke paradise promised above f Though tke eye as ay be dlmns'd with lis grief drop awhile, And tke whilea'd lip sigh forth iu tear, Tet pensive indeed is that face where the smile Is oot ofteoer seen than the tear. Theie are times when tke storm gast may rattle around, There are spots where tbe poison-shrub grows j V et are there not hoars when noaght else can be feuod Bat tbe south wind, the sunshine, aad rose f O haplessly rare is the portion that's ours, And r range is the path that we take, If there spriag not beside us a few preciout flowers To soften tae thorn and the brake. The wail ?f regret, the rude clashing of strife, Tbe soul's harmony often may mar : But I think we must own, in iu discards of life, *Tis ourselves that oft waken the jar. Sank is aot ail fair, yet it is not all gloom, And the voice of tbe grateful will tell. That He who allotted Pali, Brath, and the Tomb, Wave Hope, Health, and Bridal as well. Should Fate do its worst, and my spirit oppms'd O'er iu own sSat ered happiness pine. Let ni? witness tbe joy in soother's glad breast; And so tie pleasure mast kindle ia mine. Then say not the world is a desert of thrall. There is bloom , there Is light on the wa*te j Tbnugh the chalice ot life hath its acid and gall There are boney drops too for the las . e. Kliza Cook. Elections. Alarama. ? We have endeavored to ascertain the relative strength of the parties, so far as heard from, and make it out thus: 35 democratic, and 25 whig rep resentativea ; 4 democratic, and 3 whig senators. There may he some error in this estimate ; we believe it, how ever. to be pretty correct Ti.li.soii.- -The Chicago Democratic extra of Satur day noon, the 11th inst. contains farther returns from the northern counties of Illinois, which it concludes with the following statement of the general result : We are safe in saying that Thomas Carlin is Gov ernor, StinsonH. Anderson Lt. Governor, and Stephen A. Douglas, John Reynolds and Zadoc Casey, Con gressmen, all Sub-Treasury men hut the latter, who prefers the Sub-Treasury only in preference to a Na tional Bank, which he will support under no circumstan . <*.?. He run without opposition. If the Morgan and Sangamon delegation is carried' the legislature will stand more than two to one demo cratic. ? Missotni. ? TheStLouis Bulletin of the 13th, a whig paper, remarks a6 follows : From the returns which we have received, we think it probable that our opponents will have a majority upon ;oint ballot in the Legislature. Sixty six members c*n elect a Senator ? we shall obtain neaily sixty, The ?ote for members ofCongress has been extremely close and it is not yet certain who iselected. The success o Miller it very doablful. Upon the whole, we may wellf congratulate ourselves upon the result. Our vote has been greatlv increased since our last elections, and the next we will effectually use theia up. As it is, they have but little to boast of Another sach victory, and hey are ruined. Cn arlkstok, August 22. ? Strakckrs' Fever. ? No diner c msideration l<ni that of a most severe indisposi tion on tke part of the editor of this paper, for aboal ten days past, which brought him to Death'* door, would possibly have prevented him from previously aanounc mg that tbe Stranger'a Fever is now prevailing in this city to some extent ; aud from tbe great number of per arms, now residents here, who are subject to iu attacks, we conceive it a duty the City Authorities owe to the people whom they govern, to adopt sach measure* as way preserve the health of such a* have not been at tacxed, and caution sti anger* not to visit us, until in formed that they can do so without peril ? Charleston Courier. Horrid 0< ci;rr*>ck. ? The daughterofoae of the moot respectable families in an adjoining county, abou 13 years of age, was eaticed from her father's house on Monday night, the 16ih ultimo, by a negro fellow, tke alave of the father, at least thirty years old. Th*y took off twohorses from tke stable, with which they at tempted to make their escape to unknown parts. The whole neighborhood were aroused and iu pursuit next ?turning, bat did aot overtake them until Friday last, when they overtook and seeured the scoundrel. This infamous wretch wis. we understand, taken iB the neighborhood of Greenville, Butler county. We forbear continent* upon *o revolting an occur* r tntt.? Montgomery [Ala.) Journal. Hists TO Bt;si!?tS9 Men. ? Superintend in person ?4 much of your business as practicable. and observe w.iti a wat-hful eye the management of what is neces sarily committed to the agency of other*. Beware of self ii?dulgei.ce ; an business can possibly thrive under the shade of iu influence. Never loee sight of the powerful influence of exam ple, and be careful in the management of your concern*, u> recommend by your own personal practice uniform habits of active, interested, persevering diligence to thnee in your employ. Despatch at once, if possible, whatever you may taVe ??. h%nd ; if interrupted by some unavaidable interfer eace, resume and Haish it as soon as the obstruction is removed. L>e not assume to yourself more credit for what yoa Jo. than you are entitled to, rather be content with a lettie less? the public will always discover where merit is due. Familiarise yourself with yoar bo As ? keep them ac curately, ana frequently investigate and adjast their contents. This is an important item. Avoid display. Wear your learning like your waicb. ia ? private pocket, and don't pall it out to show that you have ?oe , bui if you are asked what o'clock it is, tell it. RirifK for I)iarrhea amd Diskntkrt. ? Grate ?p some of the sweet flag root, so called, (not the bine ?m.) and mingle it with a grain or two of opiam : mix it j with syrup, molassev or some convenient fluid few tak> ing. A great spoonful is a sufficient dose for au adult. There is net ? man. or a thing, now alive, bat has took tn work with. The basest of created animalcules, the spider iiaelf, has a spinning jenney, and a warping mill, sad power loom within its head; the atupideat nf oysters has a Pspin's digester, wuh a stone snd lime /.cute to hold it in. How annatural thea is idleness ' " 1 wonder," said a friend to Lord Kolle, " that yoa ? *.ouid permit your lady to put herself, upon all occa sions, ia such a tremendous knstU." " Ha ' my friend," exclaimed the old lord, " 1 permit her In do what she pleases, for she ia te me ? very good wife at bottom." His lership laaghod heartily at his own joke. Tub Dok hmar's House.? Here's te horse vrew ' He'll travel to hill up. an to rood down better as any eder horse never did. Oder dsy I was riding boon, and haf come to Rip Vsn Winkle's bouse ep; my wstcb was Yoiist 4 on te cluck ? when 1 was come to Hans Vsn Wagglance's it was vaaating 9 minutes to 4? Mein ftett ' be boat de time rial much. Tunc- hts or Hi****.? For want of recourse te hoevea, tby S'>nl is a lama that is not lighted, snd thy da ties as a sacrifice that bath n* fire. Fetch one coaJ daily from this altar, end aee if t y offering will not burn.? H*tm A blacksmith brought ap hie son, tn whom he was vett severe, to bis trade. The archin was a most an da*- nas dog. One day the old gentleman was attempt ing tn harden ? cold chisel which he hod made ef fo reign tteel, bnt bo could not succeed " Horse wbtpit, father, i> (claimed the young oae . "if lh?l will net Bar den it. 1 don > knew what will." WllTIM HuiTBJt'S IDIA OF Leva.? " 1 sav, Earthquake, were you ever in lore ?" "Ah! Roife, ihere you are tea hard for km ; I hardly know what te ??y about that. I have sometimes felt queer. Whea I've seei. seme of oar Kentucky gals. I've felt quite funny ; felt as if some one wu drawing a briar over me. Now, ifyoa call that love. I have beeu in love." "Well, 1 think you have. Do you know any body that you would marry ?" " I marry T what far? To be always toteting a wife through the woods, or acrsaa the swamps, to keep some red skin from taking her hair off? Fool who T She'll be all sorts of a gal who catches me," said Earthquake ; " a wife is a queer thiag, and getting one is like taking a varment out of a hollow ; you doa't know until you've got it in your hand, what sort ef a thing it is." Chsthan CireaUtlai Library No. 57 Cuatham street IT THE sabscribers beg leave respectfully te infer* their friends and the public that they have just reopened 'he above establishment, after waking many alterations in and additions io lL The are now prepared and ready te accommodate those who may be pleased to favor them with their patronage.? Hitherto they have bad a liberal share of public support, and they hope from their late importaul improvements, and by their strict attention te business, to receive an increase of it? The Library at present contains over 6.00S volumes, and it is the in ten lien ot the subscribers to enlarge it from time to tlma, as the wants of ttielr patrons hi ay erm it necessary. It is systematically arranged, and coaiprisss the greater part of the most approved work son the following subjects? History, Biog raphy, Voyages and Travels, Natural History, Natural and Experimental Pblosopliy, Classical and Miscellaneous Litera ture. In addition to lite foregoing, they would mare particu larly call th* attention of ibe reading community to tbeir ex tensive collection of worksof. fiction. Perhaps no Library in the city can produce a greater or a mere varied collection.? No effort or expense has been spared to render this depart ment of their Library as complete at possible. It contains st present over 3,500 volumes on ibis subject, sad is daily receiv ing accessions of new works from the press both of this coun try and Europe. It is also supplied with 18 American and European Periodical works, together with a fine collection of SUt Plays, acting and standard. In conclusion, they Heg leave to state that no exertions oa tbeir part shall be wanting to mike Ueir Library superior, if possible, to any In tbe city, and thereby rendering it the most worthy of general patronage and support. elS-tf J. It H. O. LANGLEY. DR. J FKANG1N' OCClILlS AQ.UA. OR SPECIFIC FOR DISEASES OF TUB HUMAN EYES. ? In presenting to the afflicted Francis' celebrated ??Oc^aius-Aqua," tbe proprietor is conscientiously actuated hy a seci?c of duty, and a feeling which tells him he will be the means of alleviating the sufferings of hi.s fellow creatures. Tbe remedy is known? has been tried? and has succeeded in eases o here hope had fled, und whtre perpetual Iocs of vi li >n was rapidly setting in It has succeeded in cases wbere the Faculty of Medicine had declared the sufferer to be iasur sble.? (See certificates.) The object of the proprietor In thus openly and candidly placing his remedy before tbe oommunity is, that it may lie known to ail, aadihat it may proves balm ef healing to the desponding and afflicted. Francis' Occulus-Aqua is adapted to all inflammatory diseas es of tbe eyes even when in their most tedious and chronic stages? it is adapted to all kinds of nervous affections, inability to use tbe eyelids ? weaknesses of sight, opthalmias, fee. It will also remove, by a judicious couise, those nebulous, scaly, dead, c!< udy appearances, frequently known by the n^mt ot "Cataracts." Finally, all tbose inflammatory and nervous dis ease* with which the oi pans of vision are attacked, should in variably be treaud by this inestimable remedy. The Specific is put up in bottles, w.tb complete directions tor use. Advice is cheerfully given, free of charge, at tbe pro prietor's house, where alone the specific can be procured, in t^e city of New York Professional hours, from 7 to 12 o'clock, A. M. and from 2 te 6 P.M. 10 Barclay su June 12, 1838. P. 8. It has been thought ad vlseable to annex a few certifi cates from gentlemen, whose station in life, respectability, pie ty, and acknowledged worth, are sufficient Vouchers lor the accuracy of their statements. To tnake any comai?ntson them would be alike insul ing te the judgment ol tbe reader, and the unblemished honor of the authors. From the Rev. Mr. Potter, Pastor of the church at Bridge ville, N. Y.: This is to certify, that a gentleman with whom 1 am ac quainted, who bad been nearly blind for eight years, a'ter ex pending several hundreds of Uollarson various remei ies, with a view to relieve himself, was at length prevailed on to try omi bottle of Dr. Francis' remedy. To the astonishment and (jraiifi -ation of bis friends, after Vising it, though a n artyr tor many ye*rs to this distressing malady, lie recovered fats eye cigbi. and speedily did he improve in health till he recovered i his p^r ect Adas. Another caae was that of a poor man, who, spending nine months in an Eye Infirmary, was discharged hy the physicians Of the iistitDlion, with what they termed ?n incurable ea aract on oae eye, so that he was nearly blind. A trial of Dr. Francis's remedy, however, (three bottle* only being used hy him,) removed it, to tbe surprise of all who knew him, and now be can see with that eye as well as ever he did. I ft el It my duty to give this information for the benefit of tbe public The Rev. J. Harrison. 44 Thompson st- having procured a bottle of ike above for Mrs. Harrison's e'es.says ? "'to his as* ton'cbment It has removed the | ireoess and piin w hich had (*eeu excessive for years; she had used many diff. rent eye wa ters, but tbey all faied. Therefore I bope the public will sfioii appreciate its value. JOSEPH HARUISON." Mrs. McCaffrey. No 2 James st. widow of the late Dr. Me Caffrey, having used Dr. Francd'eye w ater,?ay?? "1 am hap py te state it had the deslied eff? ci. and I can truly say, saved me from absolute Miulness ,and I bope the public will soon knew its value." The rev. Mr. Dnabar aays? "From the testimony of tliose who have used tbe eye water prepared by Dr. J. Francis, I bave no besitatioa in recommending it to the special notice of tbe public." DUNCAN DUNBAR, Pastor ot McDougal su Church. THE IMPROVED ENAMELLED EYES, inserted by Dr. Issac Francis, cannot be distinguished from the natural, and * ill perform every motion of that organ without giving the i lightest pain. 10 Barclay street, New York. je29 Sm* ~E RAI) IC AT O R. DH. LINAGE'S SPKCEFIQHE FOR SECRETES MALADIES, or ?' Gonorrhea Eradicato - " Tbe above remedy for the mset distressing disease iccuient to the human race, originated irom the enlightened miadoftfce em neot Le Haee, th- promulgation and success of which, throughout tbe kingdoms of France and Laly, has of late years added ?ach high howr* l" tbe alreadv highly honored name of the inveat or. This comooaiiion unites safe'y with rffi?<cy. And tbe ve nereal disease, whether in the form of Gonorrhea or Gleet, is eradicated hy the ase of it, with certainty and success, and the sufferer is restored to his ustal health, witbont ri?l?y or in couveot'uc'* Tens of thousands of Paiista** ? ill accede to the troth of these remarks, and It hi confidently offered to those affl.cfd, as the best? the surest remedy for the above mentioned loathsome disorder. The secret I as hitherto tieen confined in France and Italy. It it now for the first time In troduced by way of New Orleans to tbe American public. It is particularly recommended to sea-faring men, as con taining bo portion of mercury. whereby so many bave been i disabled from a? rvice on board ship. The Eradicato r U fount to give immediate relief tothoae I afflicted with strictures, whites, and diseases or the prostrate ' gland. For sale by *M. PlMONBON, Bole agent, corner of 'altno and Gold sireeta. N. B ? Ask for tbe ERADIGATOR Price, one dollar per bottle. aaZ7 TO 1HR PI BI.IC-DR. OK ANORLIH, farmerly a prartit mofT of at'dirine in the public hospitals at He meailier ?( Ike kledical Faculty olvt ?iljr of New York, wLrre be ha* been pr*< tisln? physic since the year I7M, raatlaue* In be consulted *1 lit* office. No. |% Full on at. near ly opposite Church ?t Tb? n???t obstinate an* inveterate rti iea?e?, requir ng li e *ona4e*ljad|rinent l? lre.ilniem, aad par ticularly all cases oru in^un# la Imparity of the boot, and rhrontr affection*. rb?uman?iru. obatructioa*. ulcer* In tb* tbmat, eruption* o( tbe skin. debility, kr. will r?e speedily aad radically cored by meaaa tii* least eipenstve and n>oat eon ve a lent to patient*. RemeJie* to be aaed are prepared by hin? self, aad tbelr fowd effects rendered infallible. Dr Be Anrelts l>a< effected aralreta many cases which ha* baffled all the re snarcesaf tfceaiediaal art) but be rite* aniy a lew. Copy of a letter from Dr* Osborae and Ireland, phytic. aaa of tbi* city, to Dr. De AngelU: 116 Paltoa street, Dec. 8, 1010. ?Ir? We have wo hesitation la replying to your note ia say ior yoa deaenre mach credit for yuor wreaafal treatment of Mr. John Thora. afierit had baffled physicians both here ami ia anare favorable climate. Wear# yoar obedient servants, HAMIJRL o*boi<nr. M D. W. ft. IRRLAXD. M. D. Patient* may Inqaire of Mr. Thora Man* If, who it ia be fonad at No. 5 Jrmea* laae. below CoffVe llon-c Blip, an l al*o of hia brother. Alderman T horn, Brooklyn. Dr. De Aagelka alao refer* to Mr. Tha.*as M M'Lean.of IM Maiden Lane lor bi? skiH in caring ai*ease*,and alao Mr Phyfe, rablaet maker, Mr Jabn K B*era,and Mr Burtit, bookseller. N. B. Ail Dr Dc Angeibt' l*mily aaedicioea may he had at In* office. Jef7-3m' Tttm HA1M! TH K HXl? i!? It should iavar.ably t>e barne la mind that to a good set af Teeth, Ike neii owMt deairable property ia the po*aea*W?a of a floe head of HAIR, and which can ' nly be oMatoed by a mestart and freeuaeaf the VRORTANLK H AIR MIL, a rKbly perfum ed and desirable sabs tltuie for the many in|unou* preparatmaa that are daily palmed upon the public. The advertiser pledge* bimsell that tbe TRORTARLR HAIR OIL will be foand to noansli aad strengthen the bair, a-d restore It la bald p.acea? and In order to meet theeitea *lee demand for it, baa pal H at the low price of AO centa per bottle, fur ?ale by H. C. II ART, 173 Broadway, ?Sl-y earner of Coartlaad ?t f RBCH KR-Jait received, ? large supply af superior I J Bwedtah Leeches, and for *ale ?a ?cmm-i-adailng term*, by LRWIS rKUCHTWANOfcR jrll t Toarilaadtat rlRII AND BUTTER KBIV?-A i^mM article, suitable for private faavlle* aad warranted aotto tarnish. For sale by LRWIS FRKCIITWANWRR, >H-t t Coortland i at '|'??th AVIIHTIIOTII ACttV !? Wba waaltf I bear tbe psinfal torture of a pimping tootk ache, when Immolate relief can be obtained f J**i*KM*t Ki.arraais, or eoncm rated Ruraet of Rreosote and Cardamon, ia a err lata remedy . he core* It liaa effected ere wbhoat precedent. Of tbe haadreds l0 have aaed It, no* e bare failed toobtaia relief Try itaan 1 * >* i*fled. Wvr ?aie oaly by tb |jj wmsna 7*FaMne street ; R. H. Hart, Tit Broadway and WHodaon street, an* ?>v R M. Onion, 127 BowerT, B Hanry corner of f ike. and 441 Uraad street, be ween Bast Broadway and fllvt.ioa itreet. Price H$ cenla, wltb fall direct oa*. eulft-eadSrao** MWMfiei R. QRAHAM RRNNRRB tormerly af Rewbera. M. C. ArroaatT ??? Corasat toa ay Law. Linden, Ala. RtrcatncK*- ffan William Oasloa, Mewbera, M ?. " ll'm- WIHIem H Haywood, Ral , N. C. ?? H?a I. D Heary, RayetvBle, N. C. ? Mr R. H. Tay ar Mobde, AI. ? r. B. Bl-a-?*, R?a ? Mobbe, AJ ?< Mr Jaba M Rtr>og, Lladrs, AI. Mr. WkUtam Lathe. Liadea. AI. HB-Rb WILSON'S HIGHLY IMPROVES PATENT MANIFOLD WRITERS, FOB COPYING LETTERS, INVOICES, DRAWINGS , PLANS, fa. 4*. N. B. Constantly mi hand, a ipleodid aasartnMtnt of POCKET BOOKS, NEEBLE BOOKS, CARD OASES, MER CHANTS' BILL BOOKS, a*d PORT FOLIOS, of every descriptioa. 48 NASSAU STREET. Jane 8? y VIJNEGAR 8TQRE ^ AT 34 NEW STREET. KOWAKD BATBK, OFFERS FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES , CIDER AMD WINS VINEGAR, Acknowledged hy those whe have used it u i aotl superior article, ia barrets of M fralloM, and ia (kinking order, whea required. al? tuth fcstl PREMIUM PICKLES, CATSUPS, &c. STOKE 160 GREENWICH STREET, CORNER OF COUUTJLANDT. THE PICKLING SEASON AT HAND. T O HO T EL KEEPERS, PRIVATE FAM1L1E S AND 0 THE RS. M RS. GOO L D E T BEOS respectfully to offer berrerviees t? housekeepers ia ge?eral to pat np Picklef of every ki*d for them in any quantities, and ?n such terras a* cannot fail bring satisfactory? whereby the trouble, as also the lots, generally sustained by families in havhg their Pirkle* out up by auskillnl bands, will be avoided. Hotel Keepers and Private Families wishm* to avail themselvesoftbe advantages offered in this advertisement, will do well by calling on *4RS. GOOLD, at ber store, No. 160 Greenwich street, corner of Cvnrtlan'lt street, (entrance in Courtlandt street.) N. B. Southern femilit s and persons wishing to ship to their frieads Sooth, can be supplied on application as above. jy 2ft-3(ii DR. H. H. HIGBEE'S REMEDY FOR PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, COUGHS, COLDS , ASTHMA, WHOOPING COUGHS, DROPSY OF THE CHEST, kc. This remedy is not empirical. Dr. HIGBEE is a gradaate of one of the n??*t respectable medical institaiinns in this country, and has matured bis judgment of tlie nature ol the class ot diseases which he profe-ses to treat, by the PRACTICE OF YEARS. His remedy lor Pulmouary Disease* bas be* n aiore successful than any eve. before ofli-red to the public It i? recommended by all who have ever usm! tt.aad is daily increasing in popularity. Containing NO MINERAL INURE DIENT WHATEVER, it ma^ be taken under ev?ry circumstance, without fear ol injury. Fur sale at 192 CHATHAM SQUARE. Price |l per bottle. au7 lni* THOMAS C. CONNOLLY, Sole Apent lor New York. C. c MAnSH'S PUOSPKCTIIS. THE STUDY or BOOK-KEEPINU-Ae. It Utdar street , nsar Broadway.? It must be apparent to all, that there ii no effectual way of teaching a practical knowledge of B?ok Keeping, tut b.y conducting the papil through a variety ot business transactions ; by his nuking the eianes of each aa it occurs, ami becoming familiar with the acceaat books Iron actual use. It must not be imagiaed that baying and telling merchandise arc all the transactions that take place in business. Tbe course of instruction which presents to the pupil more than a hundred different business transactions, eaca of which becomes the subject of remark, conversation and study, is de cideoly acojrseof practice which must result in a good know ledge of Book keeping. Rooms open day ana evening. Pro specius, with term*, ke. to be had at the Rooms, where (be advertiser's works i..ay be seen, or purchased. The student practically opens, conducts, closes, and re-opens a set of part nerslnp accounts ; he becomes familiar with the various ac count tmoks Irom actual u-e or reference with trial balances, balance sheets, various mert-autile calculations in Equation ol Payments, Discount and Interest, Exchange, Insurance, lie. lie. Fifteen dollirsis the charge for the eoniplete course of in ?truetion, stationery, kc. included. The eoarsr is not finished until the student has acquired a good practical Knowledge ot book-keepiac; t j wLtck eftect Certificates are given alter am attention. MtrcantiU Writing.? A course of lessons in writing i? pre pared, which Will not lail in effecting a valuable improvement C. C. MARSH'S WORKS. " The Science of J>>? uble-Eniry Book-keeping Simplified." A standard worn, in its seventh edition, 200 pages, octavo? SI 35. This book is introduced into the New York Public rbools, in preference to any other on the subject The tru-> tees of this Institution, it ia well known, compose some ot lite first talent in the counm . 44 The Artol Single Entry Book-keeping, improved by the introduction of tbe Pioof of Baianne ISO pages, octavo? 7fi cents. " A L?ctore on the Btudy of Book-keeping, with Balance Sheet" A neat pampoiet. pages, 13 mo.; price IS cents per ?ingle ropy. au23eodlm* GKMK-tAL D K POT POR BECKWITH'8 PII.LH. 180 BuOADWAY.n. * ?>K K.. BUCKWI I ii'8 ANTI-DYSPEPTIC PIL.L.S ?Toe great popularity and < sisbitalied demand for this medicine, renders tbe cooliaoaiioa of a lengthy advertisement unnece?sary. Wherever these pills have beenoocs introduced into a family, they become a standing remedy , and are called Tor again and again, which it t*fficl?ni proof of ibeirgond qoa l;M?s Numerous testlmoaials of their value, frum gentlemen ot the highest respectability, accompanying each bos, with full dlr> cuont. Bisbp Ives, Dr. Hawkes. Gov. Iredell, Won. H. Potter. Hon. K Stanley, Rev. Wm McPbeeters, D D , aim many of the final ptiysiciasa la this country. are among tti?ae whs have furnished letter* In testimony of the bemftcisl effects resulting front the use of these prlls. The piila are put up m a superior style, in tin boxes, coo taming 40 pills. Price M tent*, l o be had of H. D TURNER, IN Broad way . New York, up ualra. 87 A liberal discount made to those who buy by the quan tity. AGENT*. David Baker. 76 Chatham *u Philadelphia? K. Darand, cor Brooklyn? J. W. tfanih. of 6th and Cbesnuitu. Jertev City? Dr. P. H. 7.a- Wilmington? Jos. Binghurst. briskle Baltimore? R H. Coleman k Newark? J. E. Tripp, and C. Co. 3J Market tt W. Badger. New Haven? 3. Babcock.and El iabethtown? Bryant k Klg W. T. Petera. gin*. Hartford ? Spalding k fetorra, Paterton? Burnet k Pollard. Lee k Bailer. Newborgh? lohn D. Philip*. New London? Doctor Isaac Poughkeepaie? Dr. Eliaa Trl- Th< mpton. veil. Providence- J. E. Brown. Albany? Henry Rswles k Co. Boston? May oar, kNoves, k Utlea? J. K Marchitl. A. B. jordaa, No. 3 Milk ?L Buffalo? Charles Coleman. tor And tor tale by most of the respectable druggists. Another late convincing proof tlai Brekwilb's rills arc no fiction : Prom the Rev. Diodate Brockway, Pastor of tbe Congrega tional Church, Ellir gton, Conn. Mabch 32, 1S3B. Having suffered much and for many years from habitual Dyspeps*a, I have found Dr. Berk sUb's Anti- Dyspeptic Pills, whether a?ed at an aperient or cathartic. decidedly better than any other I have trie* . They are perfectly snfe, ami taken ac curding toibe directions, strangtlien rather than debilitate the system. T I lose who are afflicted with impaired digestion, ha hltaal constipation, and distress occasioned by tood.wlll find them happily adspted to their caso, and may take them with great advantage. I was to much pleased with t?em that I gave away two or three botes, to Induce other dyspeptics ami invalids to try them ; and in ibis way the Rev. Mr. Marat, and others been ne acquainted with them I have sern quite a ?amber In ibis town, and in Toltsnd, who have ated them, and have beard but one opinion expressed; all speak of tbem ia very high terms. I lisve also know < seveml children speedily relieved of distress and indisposition by the use of tb?m. Aa a medicine for family u*e. they are better adapted tbaa any other of which I have any knowledge. DIODATE BROCKWAY. And yet another Prom the Rev. Abram Msrth, Pastor of tbe Congregational Cburcb, Tolland, Cenr?. Msxch 34, IR3>. This may cer Ify, ih?i having used several boxesof Beck with't Anti-Dyspeptia Pill*, I am aatitAad they are wortty of a favorable and widely sxi ended reception by ihose for whose relief and benefit they are designed I have found great ad vantage from their ate immediately after meals. In easting ray food to digest, and la alleviating severe bihoaa attacks, to which of late years I have been often subject I wlllonlTa< d, it Is with g> eat aailsfactloo that I have become acquainted with their virtues. ana that they may be rt lied upon as a medicine safe to be tried by those seeking rellel from suffering and disease ABRAM MARSH. To be obtained of II. D. TURNER . UP Broadway, autl dkwlm' New York, op stairs. BHALF' HAIH REITOftATIVE.-Tkll vat a aide discovery is now introduced to the pubn* with tbe falleat eon fide nee ami abearance that it will effect the object of Ms epallealioa. vlt: THE COMPLETE RESTORATION OP THE HAIR span the heads of those who have lost tbe ssme, sod have thereby became bald or partially so. Numeroaa certificate* might be given to sbow how sac cess fatly thi* compound hat beea applied, (never bsviag failed in ? I storle instance.) but aa H is not brought befbra the pabtl* ta self, bat to be spplied upon the principle of? no charge with oat saeress, it Is deemed aaaeceasary to swell aa advertise saent with psrtlealars. Ita virtues have been falhr sad satisfactorily tested. The i heads of those that were entirely hald, have been, by the ap plication of thia Restorative, covered with a laxarlaaa growl! of beautiful bair. None need despair, whether old or yoseg, of having iboli bair iilly restored. No payment will be received ft* say sppHrstbsa Of the Re storative antll the individual who tries k Is satiflAed by the restoration of the hah". . All buoikag and quackery la this aiatter It aUerly dla MMi. . _ Beales' Malr Restorative will be applied by Use dlaaoverei oriaventor, l>evl I. Beats, lo those who may desire lo avail themselves of lu beneficial effects, at lite afilee of O. M Msc daniel, N?.? Ptatt street, New York? and alao at the Hair Cut ting Rooms of T. Hairley, ageat, No 1M Broadway, up st sirs Jyl Sm IN U tiitiv Bio Pa * ? fsatt Bheum Ringworm, Tei R - ters, Barber's or Jsakaea Itch, Hcald Mead, and all oth?f diseases of ibe skin are effectually cured by lb* aee ->< "SANDS' Remedy for Bait Rheam." wlrteh baa now been tes ted in rising twenty five hand red e -see. e nboat in eoe la. stance having failed. No alteration le diet Is necaasry, snd there Is no "Snger in spplying it to ibe tendetest Infsnt It h s discovery never before known la tbe hlttorr of medlebie, and every persf,n sfflieted with cmsneoas diseases ia aay fo'm Is Invited to ? eke Hnmediaie use ol this valaah > medi cine Nom- mas certificate* of Ita vfrfnet lisve been received by the p,wjarietor, Bad will be ei il.hiled on application Prepared and sold by A. ? k 0. SANDR, No. !?? Pu<?oa enrnerof WWik WIWL and aoW by draggista geaerslly |( manv of die prinesfMil cities and towns In the UnHed Blstea. N. B. Il can be ordered with ihergoedsof an? Of the pHa Hp^l dm r gists ia thl* city ar Philadelphia. J?St lm UHf^Eil C*NAOA V wanted imosediaiely ? at a very low rate by W Watlsc PAT KMT WIHOliASI bedstead. Uar!rauecl Patent Swelled Betni WindliM lediuidi. which are BOW almost universally used, bs bring tt.? best ** v#t invcM.ed? combinlar ease, coiivcnienee a?d durability. Thf iackii?iKCie<i upon by tue wind law and swelled bfim is made perfectly lie hi. anrt iree from ail liability to **?? leaving an elasticity in the nine, which readers u particularly e?V fimple la construction ; the matw of pulling up sad uknlr ^wn. w II b? iouaa of but little trouble l? comparisoa with litose .1 any oth.rconstru.tioo, whilst the preciat.n with rtfcblh. component pan. *tm Aued.aeu.su safeguard ,,, ,I1S. tk,e introduction ?l Bay kind ef vermin. From lir care taken to render each Bedstead perfect, their a m lilies I for durability will recommend ih> m ta parr has. r^ iucireinvuedtocall aad examine a targe assortment, now rK t Isrge assortment of elegaut Furniture, Matirasses, '^?rS'iSSrSici: No ,?i Brr.)w.,. je Ifta opposite the Franklin House. _ "wj ?.UAiir?.-li is universally conceded that there Is no luxury equal to ihe enjoyment of a genuine Havana se ? ar. rtElXAS.77 Cedar street, ha* the pleasure of informing his customers and the public in general, that he has made such arrangements in the Havana as will enable bim 10 suop y them with the choicest brands, and they ran always rely in their purchases Irom him, and also of obtaining a PUr*?* ,?d rtne.y flavored article. He has now on band It (* 000 No reago in hull qoarti r, eighths, and terths boxes, wh. chare old and highly flivored being manufacture*. Irom picked to bacco. ami imported expressly for retail. ISO WO Dim Companeros, 60.B00 Rionda, ... , , so 000 Prlncipi, of the genuine Noval tobacco, i?i woo Regalia, of the governmei.t lactory at Havana, 40,000 La Norma, 4<i 000 Canones, 10. 0?0 Princess or Lad j'stegers. Also, Trabuco, Dos Amigrs Pellon s RWeno*. India Caxa donees, and Coegrras sr gars- which are >0p^ior^i.ayUBt have been imparted foryeara. '?????>* N B. Country merchants would do well by calling at 77 Cedar ?traet aalMm* t V iHON'f. HKNTEU'S HED DROP? This medicine Is the on.y absolute Specific that has lever I been discovered lor the care ?f the most dangerous. laeases bad company is the cause of. which has been knowa, when once seated ib the system, t? go down from generation to genera tion. d. f.lng th- skill .7 the moat enainenu hystclaBS. This medicine U allows by every one acqnaintr dwithUt.he tue morn certain safe anil ? xpeottlous mode of eire ever known. nSJil out i?rU vest'ge of the poison from the system ? j. lew dava, no matter how old the case, and may always be used with the greatest safety, under any cireums^i^M, by both sexes It ? eftes olscovrrj from the most lnun??te frieuJ, as their is no restrlctkias w baiev.r lald tin the^tient- K ery phial will have the written *'g?ature ?' Doctor U. LeviBon^oT whom it can I* obtained T V USI ?LP^ phisl. Remember the ?lrf> ffi>e* Division ?t- j\Sl-lm _ wi S lllLIiZ WATMU-N'Mi YOUNG k KKNT ! having mado arrangements with the proprietors of the celebrated 8. Idlitx Spring In Germany, for a constant suppy of the crystals of the salts iheae waters contain, nr? enabled to ; offer to the American pnhlie m their *? w de r s , the j?< i instantaneously pro t) Being the original VJ? ed of all its isherent virtues. The powders so long taws as Baktlitr. jsasaesa no o'her prop? rUea in ( live Belli [it* water, than their aoerient effects. 1 1 ffriL ced hy Fpsom ^bIu,) Iteim entirely devoid of the Jon c ?i Bd alterative qualiues of the pure water* Hence a continuous nse of the cooiBioa Hetdliti powders produces J1?* companies with much nausvf whilst on\he other hand, Ibe water* of the Werman spring give toae to the stomaah and ge neral health, never helng attended with slcknesa, or other un pleasant effects. Theee powders are nestlv put Bp In one do ten papers, by Messrs. Y?u?>g k Kent, ftl? Broome street, corn er of T hompson, who are the sole Importers of the crysiallsed ?alts of the Ciersean Meidlln Bpring- Bee that the label hears the signature ol Young It Kent. Noae others are genuine. I aul Sm* ? - IuITm !>!? A M V~ CUH?1HPT10 ?I.-Ths name ol this <ilse.se- the awful werd Consnmplion- and the sen j t-Bre prnieMiooally pronennc-d that Consumption is Incira. hie, h>ve done m?.re toward sw.l lnr the ll?t of oeaths frosn thli <ll?f*aM? than all other rao?^s eombinedj wkertas, ?toety iiliie hundredths of the cases that In thia country present themselves are omte aveahle. nn,\ may be cured ??>Mb ?? D. H. H. HIUBKB'B RKMItDV FOR FVLIIONARY niti|tsKS Let ?o on? de?pair until he has tried this rense. ; "y. cSSlM CHATHAM BQU ARK. where this medVciae ! Is for aale. ami where ev.ry InformatloB respe. tiag It wlllb ? ! cheerfollvglvea. *BiMnl Aeim HKWAK D-- -CROB^'B BPBCIFIC Mil ^.'>00 TURB? Forth* c fe of Oonorrhma, Oleeu.ssrlo i tures and analsgous eomplalB Sof the orgaasof gemratloB. HI all remedies yet discovered for the above complaints thb i Is the most certain. _ _ It makes a speedy and per? .eat f"*. W H^rm< the leaw regard to diet, drink, exposure, or change In appllcailoB w '"wf^irlve n. long qnaeklah reeommendatkme to deceive th* puhlir If the medicine .toes not speak for itaelf, no one shal ?peak for It. Oar "bjeei ia lo aotiry wtmre W cB* he had i sad that t'.e proprietor challenges a single caae o< re ?ent ?onorrhoea to be hmBght. In which the Miliare will am effect s raphl care, under a forfeiture of BflOO. Thia is ? dweaae that unfortunately pervades all ranks a> coeietv ? high, low, rich and poor, matrimonial and single - Thev are -ow preaeated with a remedy hy which they ^ eare tbem-elves without tbe least exposure, hi the shorter Karther^iHe dtseu see annot he contracted M a d-se of the Mix tBr/lstsken at Bight on going to bed wheaexpoaod. It l? put up In bottles, with full dlreetloas aeeompaaylag h at |l a bottle. OaehottlelastSBweek.whlchgeaeraUy caras Mr"rw ^ only 'at VrfUm. H. MllnorU drag store, No. JW Broadway, rarner of Dey at. (^""^NwTsrtir sad at Janes k HBtehlasoa's, earner of Cbeanat andTVh rta. Philadelphia. . T BOOTH ACH K? TOOTH ACW-Why arWy^ I safer with the uw>th ache, when there Is a perfoct It has rerently br?s diaeovered that the ICitrsct of 0?ll aw Kr^OBOte is a perfect remedy Inr toolharle It ran h- used with prrleet safetv. It remoees from the tooth the part that Is rteeaved and leaves It white bs oa the outside? it removea the nnpleaxs'nt sn,. II from U.e breath, and it giveaalmortinrta. M re lie! from the pala. however severe It ha. he-n u^ DJ?? ?ands. and It has never rtlled to give relief when R coakl he placed in contact with the decayed t.^trw Prepared by Wm. Brown, Boston. *nd -old dote, or sir ale hottleB, hy A B It B. Bands, Na. IN Falt.n, corner of WIlHam street. . ___ N. B ? A liberal dlscaawt to those who purchase I tea ? I N vrK '?"p%miV;;!c"HTwis??.^ lySI lOoarMssBW. ?]|<AN.aD^BSi^-r^^^Si.n>' ? / na. lormlehy LBW,B rK"*' o coBttlandt st. | aul* J oice No. 47 W.ll St. by Braoi bull ny aontiaue. to M* ^Wi?y7slBO on ve^eli lags, g'- ds, ^ ?t^!T#. hy inland aavlgatloa. on as aad cargoes ag alnat loss or mrnrngm mj -m favorable let ms as Bay other odnce. ^ w ?,BECTO* VbB H. Lee, Thomas w, Tharae, ||o*s T acker, % w'~ STiff Th'?. B. Davla, Bdarard Bjy. T h. Raawmi, ' ' Br. R. R. Robaoa, ?"TT.'r Joseph Drake, JSToM-rrtt, T w TNoRP(B, ?restdem. OIO. T. HOFB, Baeratary. P* f?bAc SS^iEST ? ?K!b2umTu2 AwISSm 'SBSSaSSfigssg^ aoaally 10 the welfare of bU ytttenW. ? shop boys, and has separate offices for tke privacy of pauenia, who cu new come in contact. , Dr. Carpenter woald add ll?t ho U i *njTlSJt?d h? l? the profeMloa of medicine and sarrery, and r^vcdhialJ* plotna In the year 181S. of Ihe New fork Stale Medical Bocjo ty, df ned by the highly respected snd woch lajnentedJofan R. B. Rodgers,M> ?., aa PreeklentL?od ?}??*'?* * '*?"? series of yean devoted himself to tke treatment and care of al delicate and private diseases. . - .. 2H??? * ** wmtotr-4 PMkJ?f 'cTaPMTBH. M* KU1CAL ASM ?linttlCAL.-BK- ?LOv? is cunsokod aa usnal la the ureatmeat ol a certain claasaf olaeases. Ma appriaea the public that he has received a m uir professional education in this country, and it not to be ela*ae? with the self-named doctors, medical puffers, and pretenders ol the day. Office No. 1 Ana st., near tke American Muaensn.? Private entrance third door from the Maseaas. Lamp at u? inner oBiae door n the evnnlag. ieTT-U g'iUMN M. tO*tPLAl>T,OIAHHH(EA,DT8 5 ENTERY, CHOLERA MORBUS, and all other derange meals of the Stomach and Bowels, are effectually cured by Doctor J AYNE'B CARMINaTIVA BALSAM. Huadreds of certificates uf its virttoes similar to the follow* lowing, bnve been received by the proprietor Dr D jayne? Dear Sir : Having mode ase of yonr Carmin ative Balsam in my famt'.y, and finding it to be admirably adap ted to the complaints for which U is intended, I take pleasure ha recommending it to the use ol mv friends and the public gene rally, believing those who arr afflicted with any 01 these com nlai'uu will find relief in the useol this valuable mei icine. P JONATHAN GOING. D. D. President of Granville College, Onio. Pr'ep Jedkand8X' bf Dr. JAYNE, N . 20 South Third street; Philadelphia, and sold in this city at the proprietor"!! nrices by A B U D. Sands. No. 100 Fulion ureel, corner of TOam/and at retail by P Burnett S5 Sixth Avenu. m John B. D'>dil, 643 and 771 Broadway ; and G. W. Embree, 77 last Broadway. Price, 56 cenU. Jy? 11 u l'lFlCliiL TKBlM-rroai one to a complete set WITHOUT CLASPS. SPRINGS kc. oa the priacl ple? of atmospheric pressure, by M. LEV BTT .Dentist, No. 360 Broad* ay i entrance first door in Warren st- The improve ment and distinguishing feature of this method is the complete ly effeciingof the essentia I objscUof the ease and security of the supplied teeth in the mouth, wholly without daspt, Uf aiares. springs, or any other similar means. Ptrsons interest ed in this improvement, wkc ! ?e yet una^ualn.ed with tU* n?. ,?r- ii nd extent, mav see by a SLIGHT INPrlt/l ll'H, WHICH IH FEEBLY OFFERED TO THEM, that tke plan is different in principle and results tromAMY hitherto proctia ed in NEW YT)RK,and that the above statement is strictly BnHisnreierencMUo?the HIGHEST ORDER, are most ample. The opinion o"he New York public ON HIS improved sys tem mav be seen in the following respectable papera- Vide New York Mirror, IStb July, 1886; Courier and Enquirer, ?tii December. 1636; Evening Sur, 17th Jane, 1837. my*4-Sm? T PAHTOtt'B OIL.. OK COMPOUND K'l? A, MCNTIAL OIL OF ALMONDS, for destroying dand ruff and pre verting the burr from coming out or turiiiag |*rey , prepared l.y ANTONIO PASTOR, HiSr Culler, 165 Green. W T b i?l[nmi ilable off has been the product of fifteen years ol experience in the city of New York, where I have beenprsc iWhg the bair cutting business. In that period I never knew al.v person who has used ii, whose batr has not been improved bv the use or this Compound; and ihe publi-. may reiy on it that A PASTOR'S COMPOUND OIL is the wboelsomett and best Oil for the bair, nakes it grow thick .nd lo.g, pre vent* its falling off or turning grey, aad even if hair has begun to turn grey, is such a nouriAer to the hair, that by ase it wil restore it toils a atural color; also prevents hair from hom ing shaded, and if bair is already shaded, which is a great d sfi ? ureroent to young ladles, aad if used for a short time.it will restore it to i s natural color, clear tbescurf. and keep laebead and hair clean; promotes eyebrows and whukers. For sale wholesale and retail, by A. PASTOR, 165 Greenwich st. N York. Price. 50 cents per bottle. anta-lm*^ L" K VlinDf AL DklLUClNK." UV I.'KIaUlK Dk L' AMOUR. -The Vniteo amies' Agent for the Loci na Cordial, or Ehxer of Love, returns his gratelul acknow ledcments fur the flittering patronage wb ch be has already received; and aUo f?r the maay testimonials which have been sent him tou'-liing the almost miraculous efficacy of his inesti mable medicine. The well founded reputation of the Lucina Cor?ial" warrants the Agent in withdrawing bis long adver tisements; but. for the bentfil ol those persons who may as vet lie unaware of Ma nature, he wou.d explicitly Mate 'that Ills Dr. Magmn's celebrated discovery, which has created sach i s sea ?atien in Frsnce? that it speedily restores ihe virile powers, where they have beenexhaurted by disease, or otherwise, and mbsiat.iiallv renovates the prtx reant lunctioio? that t is an efleciuai care for tbe "fi?or albu?"-ano above ?"?/hat Ute tb? only medicine ever discovered for the removal of injpolen<"y in males, an* barrenness in females. Owing toil* vastly ir. vig or ling qnaliiies, ii is also highly uteiu in gleet, obstructed, difficult or painful menstruation, inrontiaencr ol the u'ise. or ?nvoiunwrv ourharge thereof, chrmdc eiupfonsot the ?ain, Dr Maeoto't diicovfry. ifee American proprtrlor I>m contrnl ed that the Cordial shall l>e soitt in bottles of six ounces each, at the reduced price of Three Dollars, which is less than oae half ihe price char ed ter it in France. ... Be particular to onserv* thai 'h? fac simile of the American proprfAor's aignature (to counterfeit which is felony) i.on ibe outside label; and that tbe name, "Lucina Cordial, or Elixir of Love," is stamped in the glass ol each bottle. Sold only ft Dr W. H Milnor's corner of Dey street and Bioadwav where a handbill, containinr particulars, may be Edlffi JOHN WINTERS HOLDERWELL, M. D. aa23 3t* .. ? - I- MPOHTAAT TO THE" AFFLICTED.-IIVN" TKR likUD DKOp" N B The office f<* the saleol Hun ter's M'diclne W No. 5 Divliinn street, N. Y ?The ui forto naieean here call witboat the fear of detection V tbe asc al jo timate friend, where he insures to cjirethe V and ail cases of tbe kind, recent or chronic, aad all oiseaseso the urinary organs, or any di" ase arising from impure ?>leod old standing and indolent oleers, the abuse ol . "<"Tr * '2,^ ? fulous affection, mercurial rheumatism. tar bed. (Jy8l-lm* ) PH. ?. 7k Wis IB TOOTH PABTK-An unequalled DenU O frice for cleansing, preserving, and b?acUiying the teetb The OR* IS TOOTH PASTE has. In eveiy instance, marc than -ealited the highest expectatlocs ef those who have usad It as handreds of iadivlduals cheerfully attest While it ?>eao. lifies the teeth, giving to them a clear and p?arly wbitene*^, and removing and preventing every appearance of tartar, rt also improves the ??lor of the I ips aad guma? prevents and heals all alcersoftbe mouth? arrests the progress of decay to teeUi? and impsrls thai peculiar aad grateful ?"??toeaai? :r breath for whlct tie Cirls Root Is Justly and Mteaslvely a*?ebrated ? and It is, also, pre-emloenily disilnguished for in acreesbie taste ard fragrance. . . , . r he Orris Tooth Paste can.on the instant, r" agreeable and most cjccMent Tooth Wash, while it is free from the many otjecliona that apply to such an article, aad ?l?o frem those that are applicable lo Taoth Powders as an ap. peadage to the toilet. It is warraoted to contain no t"*'"1' eai in the least degree Injurious to the and it ? |y recommended by the most eminent deatsu. Its ?*tenve sale. and the general >ailsfaclion that it ensuiea, are. however, ilje ltd eviilenc s of its popaltrlty and merit- Price, 50 cents, WFnr0sal?,bV h'.'c. Hart. 173 Broadwayi J. H. HartlJ# D. Tit Broadway, and 16 Hudson st? fl?we kgotoo^W CbaV ham *t; K. M. Guion, 127 Bowery, corner of Pike and Henry rt' ano m 441 Orand st. l-.tweep Kast Broadway nnd DtvhdO. Mr eel, and wholesale by Hayd^k, Corlies k _Co^ , No^ 41 Li berty ?. AUDKKSI TO TliK PI BL.IC.- DOCTOR HBN RY MHO IIIL. (? aatlveof Praxis. and formerly of that irm*,) baa just arrived trom England, *hi r? h' hat practised for a number nf year* with the jrraieit a ?rrrn in the art nf beallnff. Hi* attention la partlsalatly .Mrectsd to Uioae dia fawi *o frr*ineotl v hrou?iit on by the Indliwreuon ot > oat* and Inebriety , which, th<oo*h III treatment, *oofler. pro\e* fa fel to tbe?ufferM\ anil raake* him look upon life mi a barrira. Dr. U T. flat em himself, that after many years of iaten?e stn dy and practice, be is utile, through tbe Messing of heaven, to eradicate tbe m?st inveterate veneteal disease*, and in con vince the afflicted that he really raa perform what be pmtese ea.be will r-cei?e no rrmaaeraiion anless a perfect cure tr mecie. for which be pledfresbia reputation. Hoar* of attendance, from 9 In the mocnlnjr till 7, aad from 4 till ( In the ? renin*, and on Sunday from I* to S. when tb* doctor may be consulted l>y either *e? ?'ih the rreateu confluence and *ecre*v, fin the Knglish, Fr<cri?b. and (Jerroaa taaraare*) at hi* IVIe.lieal K*taeli?hment, No. &41 Pearl Hreet. ? few d?or? (roru Broad w^r, where advice and medicine* may be obtained. IT Tbe FILER effectaally en red with lateraal medW-'ne only. Letter* po*t paid, and addreaned a* above, daly at tended to. N. B. Bnrreon Cbirop<idiat Atterds to the mre of all hind* of corn*. Iiunnlons, and defective nail*, without pain or incon venience. Ladlea and gentlemen wnited npon, If rrqairad, at tbeir place* of abode. V <?l..erve,No. .Vtl? Pearl street, near Broadway. JySI lm? rrilK 1 SPOBTVBATK'B P II I I M> I : ? tf? 1 general conceive* idea, I Ml rnv article f..r which a hifk price i? a*ked, mart be valaaMe, and vies v?r*a, unfortunate Kr?on* ?honld In*1* before they leap, and ibey will Aad n end in Hunter1* Red limp for V 1 that will not dec*-** f||M || per rial. Remember tbe ofllrc? A Divnion street. aulfl 1m* CHHVBR AMI) KKKINKD NICKrL-A >11 I ?lyf>f Crade ?nd Refined Nickel, on hand, and for sal* arlHHeaale aan retail, lie jy? y LKW1B FKUCHTWAWOKR. t OorOaixR at. pt'm.iPH rn daily by JAHEI OORDOn HkNNRTT, MO. 21 AUlt BTBEET. TKBMB or ADVKRTIHINO ? The eitenslve clrrol*t*n? of the Hrbsi.b both la town and eaantry, nrnke it a inperto* channel for advert i*er* roa rwit.Tt oa Lisa. 1 day, ? ? Vt | 4 nay*, |l 2A 7 days, $1 k7 I It day*, f? SB S . . ? 75 ft , , IW I , , S C*> II . . >37 3 . . ]t?l? , . 1 7ft I 9 , , t IS | IS . . *M ,roa bight Lints oa lkm. S week*, , , 9? 54)13 month*, . , , ft M 1 month. . , . 3 Wi | * month*. . . IS # CT All advertisement* to be paid before their Insertion. Advertisement* Inserted la the Wkbblv Hbbsld, ?|IH persqasre every istertion. Moantno lltan n- ls?ued every morning, eieept Bandar? priee, twn ceat* per cepy. Country labacrtbers forniahed a* the same rale, fl?r any *i>nrfle period, on a remittance la ah* vance. No paper sent, ante* paid in advance. Seaman Haa*t.e?? issued every aAernnna at One nemck Prtee, twe centt pe* copy. Cssitfj laaeeriber* fb?nl*bed a the same rate? cs?*i la advance. Wtasi.v mta*L?? bwend every Ba tarda y m?mlnf at 9 ? slock? Trice fij sent* per ropy. Famished to eoantry saherr ben at f3 per annam. In advance. Coaaasmnnanra? are reqaested to addre*a tKeir letter* ta Jmmm Uerden Bennt**, Proprietor and Bdltort **d all letter* oa haataesa mast be post pa 14.