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PARR'S LIFE PILLS j in uncus* uiorraa* of the sale of their Pilli for the short ti A twy have been introduced into thin c mntry, it truly ii astonishing, and a convincing proof of the conquering power of d this hue herbal medicine in remedying disease. At tnis srasou of the year, when the system is reined by the heat of summer. el a coarse of this invaluable medicine will clear off t he sour aad ci bad humors which heat in* rriably generates. The liver, which generally gets sluggish, will be put into healthy action, and ei thus be able to perform the functions allotted to it, the bydy m altogether will be reuivigorvfei, and prepared to undergo whatever change the winter may bring ou. In bilious complaints. th heavy colds aud inflammations, they afford a speedy w to the feriM'e constitutions they are particularly applicable, as many who have tri*-d them can certify. In fact, every one who fo has used Parr's Life Pills seem to be instilled with new life, for their fine, tonic properties invariably restore the stomach to a healthy longing for food, sound sleep, and all the concomitauts attendant ou good health. The ? tout to which they aro J used in Europe, among all classes of society, >* bcyouu con- Ji cepCiou, f??r more than 30,000 botes are there sold weekry, show- ? ing that all who use them appreciate tin ?r worth. They are , sold sxclusively by the following agents, vu 'Kushton & Aspmwall, druggists and chemists, 86 William St. 110 Broadway and 10 Astor House. ...... fi, Abraham Saudi k Co.dru/i^is's and chemists,granite buildings, 873 Broadway, corner of Miamber st. P. Dickie, 413 Broadway, corner of Lisj?enard st. John B I) odd. druggist, Broad way, comer BUecker st. _ A W Badeai, Bowery M-dicuie Store, 860 Bowery J.,11111. 11. ' uri,.1, Kyini-i' M .licinr More, 63 Bowerv, comer ol Walker at. J 4 B. Triplcr, corner Fultou and WaUr at. U Vomc. Kirrott, druggist, 367 Greenwichat., neztthe corner of a Franklin ?t. J ii J. Coddingtou, apothecaries, 327 Hadarn steeet, corner of Spriugst. ?. L. Cotton, chemist and apothecary, 263 Bl.-eckec ?t., corner oTJonenet. i. Wendover. diuggiat and a|>otheary, 111 Eighth avrune. rooklvu?Win. Armstrong, seed, iliug and patent medicine S warehouse. IWK Fulton at. k And wholesale, at proprietor*' office, < T. ROBERTS St CO., P Clarendon Houae, corner of Duaur atrcet and Broadway, g oj lnt*r i HIDES AND VAT.?Five ccni? per pouud caah, current money, will be given lor all hides weighing 64 lbs. and un- \ iter, and foor and a half ceuu for all over 60 lbs.; and the u highest market price for sheep, calf skin., and fat, delivered at the Hi ie House, 228 Elizabeth street, between Priuce and Houston streets, by JOHN' HUNN. of 2w*r " THE SHIELDED VICTORIA SHAWL & DIAPER PIN. ( ANEW and i in i>o riant article for use iu the uursery, and as a fastening to Udie* shawls, cloak*, &tc. ratcntcd in ^ the United States and in Europe. f is rapidly gaining favor wherever introduced, and has became an article which it will be to the Advantage of dealers in fancy hardware. Uc. in the [* country, to supply themselves with. For sale to the trade,by '* most ol*the wholesale dealers in such articles in the city of K' York. ; ' Thread and needle stores and dealers in fancy articles, sii|>- 1H Slied on liberal frrns, at the manufactoiy ol the patentee, 146 ^ ay street, Brooklyn. *22 lm*rc J:1 CARR'S SUPERIOR NEW CAMPHINE LAMPS. ill lamps for burning lard. i* ALSO, a large assortment of plain and Jappaned Tin Ware, Ki Chaudaliers. Astral and other Lamps, altered to bom (l campnine and chemical oil, on an improved plan. Also?Superior Camphtiie and Chemical Oil. at wholsaleand retail, by BACKUS fc BROTHER. 150 Fulton ?t, N. Y. N. B.?Persons can be served wiih Camphine and Chemical Oil at their residences by leaving their addres as above. *29 1m* UNITED STATES ~ H TEA EMPORIUM, 121, late 129 Chatham street. New York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. rPHK CANTON TEA COMPANY continue to offer for * sale new and fragrant Taai of every variety and style.? Their assortment specially includes the moat delicious aiul powerful nr.riles ol Oreen and Black, Every package bears the stamp of neatness and elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from iight and air that their quality aud power will remain unimpaired iu any climate. Their system of prosecuting busiuess is perhaps scarcely to be eacelled. It ? is founded upon the utmost regard to the rights of the customer, especially with respect to weight and quality, and nnrivalle.l coe-yeess. All purchasers are called upon to return any arti4<. ?v!iicli fail to give thrm the fullest satisfaction, when s the ni mug will be clierrfully and promptly refunded. Couutry X mmd'suts, public establishments, In id i of ramilies, anJ shtpmasieis will find it a decided advantage to supply themselves ? from this estahlishm-nt. ( offee roasted everyday. Orders Irom all |?rcs of the Unileu States executed with f promptitude and despatch. J [T/ The only warehouse in America for the sale sf * Ion- ly (jna's celebrated Black Tea. stO Im* r ha RAFFLE, RAFFLE. RAFFLE. IS GENTLEMEN'S CLOAKS HH) BE RAFFLED for positively on the first of Novem- ylu A her neat, two splenpid blue cloth gentlemen's Spanish j,| Circulsr Cloaks, with capes, handsomely made up with a vel- rl( vet collar and facings, caries, lined w ith silks, and complete in every other respect. Tickets t2 JO each. As the raffle will positively take place on the above named eve. Tickets must ? he |und for, wlierberone or more, when the numbers are taken. As a number of Tickets are already sold, gemlemeu wishing a chance would do well to apply early?as such a chance seldom offers?the highest and lowest numbers are to have a cloak each. For farther particulars, apply at No. 1 Murray street, ~ corner Broadway, wnere the cloaks are to be seen, oj tNovl'r ELOCUTION. I'ronnnciatio est vocis, et vnltni, et gestus, mode ratio cum t?. .. nustata.?Cicgao. H MR. HARVEY, from Edinburgh, Professor of Elocution, respectfully announces that he will open private classes in Elocution, English Urammar, and Cara|>ositioii. ludividu all, families, Academies aud Colleges, will be attended at J."their respective (daces J"",' N. B. Those who have a prospect of np|>earing either at the " Bar, in the Pulpit, or on the stage, will derive considerable ad- * vantage in being under his tuition. Fees paid in advance. * Communications and addresses will be received at the fol- *P lowing bookstores : Mr. HotTs, 18 Division street; Mr. Elton's, jP' 98 Nassau Street ; Messrs. Turner it Fisher's, 1C9 Broadway ; Messrs. H. it 8. Ka\ nor's, 76 Bowery; Mr. Neely's, 281 . Bleecker st. o7 Iw*r ? EXHIBITION OF sil AMERICAN M AN I 1'ACTIJRE3. rPHE Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania, for the Ba promotion of the Mechanic Arts, will hold their twelfth *! Exhibition of Americau Manufactures, in the large Saloon of the Philadelphia Museum, iu Ninth street, near Chesnut, in the city of Philadelphia, commencing on Tuesday, October 18th. and to continue for two weeks. Tne prizes there to be awarded, will consist, as usual, of the Silver Medals and Certificates ol Honorable Mention of the Institute. These honorable testimonials of merit will be dia- i tribnted on the same generous and impartial principles as here. I tofore, and they will De awarded by disinterested judges in all b ca n. The rooms will be ready for the reception ol articles & intruded for exhibition, on Saturday, October 15th, and all e atich as are intended to compete for premiuma, must be deposit- a; sd before 12 o'clock, (noouj on Tuesday, October 18th _ si The managers of the Institute being desirous of exhibiting to tl their lellow citizens a creditable display ol American skill and I) industry, solicit from the manufacturers and mechanics, in all p parts of the Union, specimens of their productions, as well as rl thoer of the kinds made for ordinary sales, as those on which fi< the greatest care and skill has beru bestowed, assuring tliein c that the best exrrtions of the Institute shall be given toencou- II rage a proper estimate of Amencau fabrics. The regulations pi for the exhibition, aud any olhet information relative thereto, 1\ may be obtained trom C WILLIAM HAMILTON. Ii 06 is eod 3t*r Actuary of the Franklin Institute, Phitada. fl to persono jlavino.Land in taf."fak west, \ 8 aud others.?The umlrrsigned intends going to Illinois 1 about the 1st of November, for the purpose ol pa. ing taxes pi upon lauds, making sales, examining lilies.recording deeds, and urvevmg land, and will be glad to attend to such husiuess for o any person needing such service. Will also attend to collecting, or any other kind of business, iu such towns, Sic., as lie T may visit on his road to, aud in the h ar West. Hss had general I experience in business, mercantile and professional, for many it years, both in the United Stales and Europe. Can also furnish ta at the present time copies of field notes from actual surveys, as entered in the United Slates General Land Office, of all lands upon the Military Bounty Tract of Illinois lor filly cents per ~ quarter section. References unexceptionable to gentleineu of the first respectability in New York, Boston, and I'hiladel- , tibia. FREDERICK TAYLOR, / Lat?? Secretary of the Illinois Laud Coinpauy, 20 Wall strfet. New York rrttnl+cc S? TO ECONOMISTS AND THE FASHIONABLE B WORLD. A SPLENDID and well selected assertmrut of rich new fc Kail Goods, just iseeived per latest importations, at the _ Broadway Cash Tailoring Establishment, is now offered to the inspection of my customeri, citizens and strangers, comprising every variety of the fiuest anil most desirable Goods, adapted , to the fall fashions, vix English and French Cloths, of every 1 shade; beaver, asphaltuin, m.diair and camels' hair Cloth for si overcoats, peltos, 8?. ; English and French elastic Cassi- C meres, ana an endless assortment of rich silk, silk velvet, nieri- ei no, cashmere aud other splendid Vrstirigs?the whole of which |? are of recent pu'cliasrs lor cash; at the present low prices, and hi will be made to order in the be t manner and most fashionable style.and every garment warranted, at the sin illest advance r; liosaiole, by which means cnuviuners will be supplied wiih a splendid article at prices which defy competition, and insuring a saving of at least 11', per cent. Of this the most sceptical may be convinced by examining the materials, workmanship, raud prices, aud comparing the same with other fashionable eetablishmenta. ., N. B. A full suit furnished in leas than twenty-four houra.w ' Terms cash ou delivery. ARTHUR 8. LEVY, ' us Broadway, between UourUandl and Liberty *U. piano fortes"To "mire.?o. godone. ioj* ? ' Broadway, between Walker and Lis|,enard streets. keeps a lame assortment of Piano Fortes lo hire, from three to eigh F[ dollars per month. Foreign hlnsic of tbe latrat Operaa of Italy, Site. A. Bagioli a method of singing. Solfeggi's for one an P| two voices. Human Strings lor Harps, Violins, Unitars, lie. l< All kinda of Musical Instruments repaired. alteodlm'r A/f I8CARRIED?a letter put into the Postoffiee lit tliia city '1 on the Mth day of Maaeh laat, addressed to Utie*. con- r tammy a promiaaory note past dne. for tm.OAO, of no value >o any prrion bat the owner. A unliable reward ferauy informa- ' tion will be given on application to ? JOHN W. LUDLOW. f uilttwlwweil'r 7?Courtlandtat, N. Y. " URTSOLOMON HEINE I AXTOULD utf?nn his patients ami the public, thi he still ad- , " heiea to hu original propoaition, lo receite DO money Citner liir medicine or attendance until Llie pntieut la satisfied , with hit improvement, and would inform them that he haa J" remoird frem 111 Broadway to No. 57 Keade aireet, opposite the Marahall Honae, where he aolicila the attendance rn the ore mentioned conditions, of all who have sufferti for a , lone time nnder diaeaaea cuuaiderrd bv them incurable. r* _ , , SOLOMON HEINE, M. D. For the advantage of all who wiah to attru.i the treatment " of Dr. Solomon Heine, I wonld atate that the o'nly Doctor Heme who haa ever lived in, or had hia office in Broadway, is . the one now re.,do,, at 57 Reads a tree t, opposite the Marshall "* House. . . P? This Physician eatne to this eonntry about eight years _ since. I jjn?e had the pleasure of knowing him ainoe that Pflft 0 mti'J surprising enrea performed by htm?he is above the age of fa years and is the only one ? Cit^amT^ttte ofUNaw'fork' 0 i?r m m , a W WETMORE, M. D. 01 Sworn befoco me, this 17.o day of of April, A. D. 1M2. Fi Ricwaan Reap Com, of Deads tIS lm?r ' CHINA, GLASS7 AND ? EARTHENWARE 8 astor huusk I7RENCR Porcelain Dinner Services, 113 pieces, 125 M w " Whne Granite, do do 112 do 1] M ta French or English Porcelain Tea Sea. 32 do I mi d Dinner Plates. French Porcelain, per soten, I t?i Do do (Innite, bine or white, do 1 On Soup, do French Porcelain, do 2 On Do do tlranite, blue or while, do 1 00 r Tea Cnpa and Saucers, (21 pieces) French Porcelain, i 50 Egg Cars, So do 37 i, ... . . Glass. n CJ* sf ,nv/ p*r <* ?. f'om i it h Do Tnmblers, do do 2 M d Lemonades, handled, do g ,5 Tasi.r r.uri.tar a Of the finest descriptions, in sets or doiens, ? the low price p ofS!2theset. Jnst opened , a handsome assortment of Toilet 11 ware. R. SIMPSON. 11 N. B.?Agent for the sale of Simpeon'a Ear Comeu, for the c< relief ni d?%Jn?M. tilm^rc 01 oulpraTI of quinine?is#6 ounce, to, kal. t> iMtvrtf prirf i by RUSHTON It A8PINWALL, * M William street. P Also?Jujube Paele in 25andM. Ib. bosee. sMXw*r i k. HOTELS, EOAftDINft, &c. VTATIONAL HOTEL? Tchnnpitonlas street, New OiN I--.,. ?Tina inm establishment. situated in the most cen ral pert of the rity m been recently opeurd uudcr the auperiteDiieuce of the subscribers, with new end ample eccoinmoetioue Tor two hundred boardeis . The perlonaiid chambers are furnished with neatneea, if not legance, cud with ecntpuloue regard tu the comfort of the oci'i.r servants are all white, and hare Wen carefully selectI with refereucc to Uieir capacity, heaeety and civildeporteut. The wine cellar and larder will alwaya be fnraiahed with e beat that can be procured in one of the beat markru in the orld. The charges for board, with or withont chambers, will W und of the most reasonable character. J. PHILLIPS k BKO., Proprietors. New Orleans, July 24. 1242. at. 2m r TO KENT FOR A SCHOOL OK HOTEL '[ The Belmout Hoiiae at New Brighton, Slaleu lalauil, JUL well calculated lor a Seminary, having beeu occupied aa icnTor vomis ladiea the laat live years, together with tne gar a, ice house and other outbuildings, and land adioiuiug?* oat desirablCTocatinn foi that purpose, as the healthiness and mrenience of the place render it the most eligible of any in |e Slate. Steamboats ply constantly to and from the city o( ew ? ore during the day. For particulars, apply at )? Hauorr street. New York, or at New Brightou, to ?2tl_2w HfcNRY LYNCH. TO LET?The first three story House, 112 Grand street, west of Broadway, with the Furniture, all uew JJL The house is in |*rfect order, and can be sceu between le hours of 12 ami 3. I'. M. ?12 lm r PFRFUMFRY. urmvtrvt; wcttt nionniru d v >? LTi"r UlJ L/IOUV V Jixv X . STRIKER'S SOLUTION for THE HA1K, which, will ' chouse grey hair to ila original color iu a few minute*. Till* l-luliou I* different from any vet offered, and cauuot fail of suercediug all others. It i* highly efficacious, and |Kjsse*s*a th* reat advantage of beautifying ill* bair, without injuring it* rowth. Thoie who donbt it* virtue* arc re<]ue*ted ta have their hair hanged before paying their tnouey. If humbug* would take ?ia method there would be uorcaaon to complain. One trial will prove the fact. Sold wholesale and retail, and applied, at No. 5 Chatham treet, opposite the Hall of Kecoids, New York, up stairs. *22 |in?r NO. 45 MAIDEN LANE. AI.D ESTABLISHMENT.?Perfumery, Cosmetic, and ' fancy Soa|w. The following comprises a |*?rt of the varie/ of the manufacture of Alexander il.unsay, successor ta N. mitli Prentiss, ?n The justly celebrated saponaceous, Naples and chemical coaletic compound for shaving, toilet soaps in great variety, co>gne, lavender, and Honda waters, extracts of musk, roses berunot, oringe, jessamine, Ibke* milk of roses, vegetable rarl powder, lor clearing the completion, toilet or nursery awder, the purest article made, vegetable rouge, liiiuid do, :>ld cream, otto of rose lip salve, otto of roses in gilt Dottles, arliug tluid. beat's oil, macassar oil, and tie celebrated kephlia ir the grow In of the hair, hair dyes, Preston talu^court plaster, idelible ink, blaca and bine writing inks, calcined charcoal, mdrr puffs and boxes, erasure powder for extracting grease ease from "iiU, aioinatic vinegar, Ike. &c. For sale at le manufactory and warehouse of ALEXANDER RAMSAY, Successor to N. Smith Prentiss, No. 45 Maiden Isne, s22 lin*r Sign of the Golden Rose. ~H ENRIQUE S' WHOLESALE ANIf RETAIL AVANA AND PRINCIPE Sr.GAR STORE, BaS?ME!VT 51 WlLLIAM StRKF.T, Between Wall and Pine Streets, sll lm? r NEW YORK, Notice to Strafkiirs. F. GIBBINS, HAIR CUTTER AND WIG MAKER, 27 MAIDEN LANE, Corner of Nassau Street, *11 lm r NEW YORK. PHALON, II A IK CUTTER. TO, 2H Boradway, opposite St. Faulk church, is the first to ' introduce the fashion for the season, ou Saturday, 10th iust. 10 lin*r W I us MANIORT, WIQ MAKER AND HAIR DRESSER, 90 Broadway, N. Y.?Desires to inform the public general, that he ii still to be l'ouud at hia old stand, where he will be ppy to give them a trial of his skill in the tonsorial art. Hia imitable style of Hair Cutting is generally acknowledged by e beau inonde of the city. lie would also call the attention of strangers visiting the city. Ins suiierior WIGS, which are not surpassed for neatness and itsh, deceiving the mo>t scrutinizing, so nearly do they reseme the natural hair Fancy Articles, Perfumery, tic. of supe>r quality. (C?* Terms in accordance with the timet. 90 Broadway, a w doors above Wall it. s!3 Irn'r E. W. HAND, EXCHANGE BROKER, s21 Im'r No. 2 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. RESTORE THE HUMAN HAIR. [ALD HEADS AND OREY HEAD8 READ Ti 19? ' The hnman hair can be restored if proper and scienlitt) leedses are applied. The proprietor of thia assures you on hi* nrd, that great uumberscome to his store whose hair this has tirely restored. He requests von to give Jones' Oil of Coral rcassia one trial, then judge for yourself. He pledges you word it is all it it represented. These are its qualities, it ill make the hair grow, (on the head, face, bouy, or any part here nature inteuded hair to grow,) stay its falllug ont, care url'or 'Imdriff, slid make light,red,or gray hairgrow dark from e roots ill time. Among the numbers who have used it and cery this, is W. Hopkins, 92 King street, N. Y., J. Gilbert,jew ler, Houston street, N. Y., and T. Power, grocer, Brooklyn. I. We could offer hundreds of others if we chose. It is sold ry reasonable, and ilgives the hair the most delicious dark ky appearance. .Price only 3, 5 or 8 shillings a bottle, three tes : sold by T. Jones,sign of the American Eagle, 82 Chains street, N. Y.: agents, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn, 8 Slate reel. Boston. 87 Dork street. Philadelphia. s28 lm*r ERUPTIONS CURED AND THE UUMFL-EXIUN UL.EAKEU. k M1RACLK TO CURE ERUPTIONS OF THE T SKIN?Salt rheum,freckles, scurvy. pimples, erisipelas, lotches, morphewtau, fever, spots, bites of insects, musnurtoes, .c ?to (huir the color of nark, sunburnt, yellow, or discolor(1 tkm?the Italian Chemical Soap i* really the wonder of the ire. Well might 'he Medical Society of Parts call it a blessing nd its inrentor, M. Bespriue, a philanthropist. It is curing marauds all over the States and British possessions. It entire eradicates t very eruption or disfigurement of ike skin, imirting to the face, body, neck or arms a beautiful healthful learuesr. No misrepresentation is offered One trial will sufce to recommend it to all. Among the many who have been ured by this, are the following highly respectable |>ersons:? ,ev 1' S Lover, Newark, N J, (you are notified that this is no nffed nostrum, bnt a physician's invention,) v| Palmer,Brookn. Sold by T. JONES, sign of the American Eagle,82 hatham at. New York, price 50 cents, Miss E Baker, Brookn. Agfiits? IJ9 Fulton st, Brooklyn, 8 State si, Boston. 87 lock st. I'mlvdeliiliia. _ s2t lm*r rORK BAY OYSTER SALOON, by B. Bnttin, 83 Nas I s.iu street, between Fulton and John streets. His place is am anil clean, and I think will take the lead. Oysters served up iu every style ; pickled by the hunded or lousand, and families supplied with oysters, bv slSlu^r B. BKITTIN. JENRY SCOTT, No. 217 Water st., N. Y., keeps consiant1 ly on hand a general assortment of Pickles, Catsups, Sauces, c , Preserves, Jellies, Brandy Fruits, Ac., wholesale and reil. All orders for Shipping and Families punctually attended to sl3 2m*r SUTTON & VANDERBILT l RE Constantly receiving large supplies of Cloths, CassiV. ineres and Woollens of every description.suitable for the unins season, which they offer at eztremely reduced prices r cash, at their well known Tailoring Establishment, 430 roadway, second door above Canal st. Gentlemen are requested to call and ci&mine their stock here purchasing elsewhere. N. B.?Particular attention paid to boys clothes. slO 1m*r FOUKET KNIVES \ T 182 Broadway, between John street and Howards' Hotel, a. 150 doipen, dirk and pocket knives, retailing at prices to lit the times. Also, a large assortment of Scissors, Razors: hampaigne Cutters, Dental and Surgical Instruments, and rery oilier article usually kept by cutlers. All kinds of cut ry made to orderaud repaired. Steel articles polished in the ighest perfection of the art. s20lm?c J. 1). CHEVALIER, 182 Broadway. lOUTHERN AND WESTERN MERCHANTS, 'SPECIALLY those now in the city, are respectfully rea minded that they can procure new, powerful and highly ivored Teas of ereiy desCTiption, on very advantageous terms, packages suitable for private use, or for their regular custom's, at the Canton Tea Com) any's Depot, s2 Im't No. 121 Chatham st. New York. J.LABS CUTTING ESTABLISHMENT.?J. Stouvenel. ' glass cutter. No. 29 Gold street, coiislantiy on hand and of r to supply sll dealers and olhsrs, at the lowest prices in this ty, ana warranted the best of any other manufactory?such as -autiful hall l imits ofevery size, astral lamps and shades, derate rs, tumblers,champaign, wiue glases.dishes, goblets, bowls, itehes, glass,Ac. Ac. tsooas seut to any part of the country y any quantity free of packages and cartage, all articles match > pattern. Retail store No. 35 John street, near Nassau st, slO lm"r STRAW GOODS. P BENNETT, 39 John and I1IH William streets, imk porter and manufacturer of Italian and Euglish Straw oode, respectfnlly informs his cnstomeis from the South nd elsewhere, that he has on hand a splendid assortment of idies fashionable straw goods, suitable for the fall season, iz. -?Italian, Rutland, French and English Dunslables, black lorence Braid, Prince Albert, Bchetl, Schell and Imperial, ad fine Tuscan Bonnets. >11 liii*rc PO DYSPEPTICS?Among the number of distinguished I gentlemen who have, Irom personal experience espressed ismselves iu terms of commendation of the rffects of Becka ....11... ... P.ll. \i. v... ii i.._ i> 1? r is United States, has,upon reotirat.permiUoi the Proprietor to y, that having been presented by him mmr years since with a it ofhis PilD, waa induced to tsar them aa a remedy for a disdered to mac h?that he haa given them a fair trial, and ia well lialied that they have contributed greatly to the |>erfeet retabliahment ofhis health. The Anti-Dyspeptic Pills are put in a auperior atyle, in tin >tet, containing forty, with fall direction*. Price fifty centa r boi. Thoae who require a more active article, are referred to BsckIth'a Anti-Bilious Pills. Price 25 cents per boi. A liberal discount made agents, and these who buy te sell ain. To be had of H. D. TURNER, (Jeneral Agent. No. II John at, near Broadway, lo whom all ders must be addressed. Kor sale also by J. K. Tripp*. Newark. N. J. *6 lm*r irlsHF.s TO BfcTtNdWN BY Hlls WdAK. nW * WORDS-A. WALKER, Dentist, No. 90 Chambers rest, sets imitation incorruptible teeth on roots, which cannot 1 distinguished Irom the natural, luaerta the same quality of eth on the principle of atmospheric pteaaure, from one to a hole set, defying detection, and answering the purposes ol the itural organs. Filling or Plunging decayed teeth whether the n?e be esposed or not. The toothache enred. Extracting ithout distracting the patient. These ano all operations per" ining to the Deut.il Surgeon, performed at 25 per cent leas >an the Usual charges. o2 lm*r the ladies: f?iiiu utero abdominal supporter. 1 Vr vUnI" f?r the radical cure of Prolapsus Uteri n? the 5 ofthe Womb, by external application, tupcrtcdi* ")! ''he objections! Pessary, is confidently rcenmaaith it mw h.yIC"i fjlh! In""' of perfect restoration to ZTmo'st aueravilfe i e* of performing a cure, aven nnder fee moat aggravated circumstances. ii ttainfd i ?fry hith rtnrnctpr in Kurone . W5ll as .n thuro,,ntryr h i, JVBf?YbSw dun.^l eaaanes.and ail other |<ainful surgical exnedienta.in the Lyingi-HoamU^ ol London and Pari., ?n/T, Sti^jSZ S tended id Europe by medical men of the highest rank In this niintry it u attained by ihe leading im-mnera of rh? fsfubU* f Collages and Hospitals, and by all the senna nt prisate prs? Rooms have been furnished exclusively for Isdies at No 4 rsey street, having a separate entrsnVa from the buaineaa detriment. where a lady is in constant attendance, to apply 'ruasss and Supporters to female patients 04 lmr MEDICAL. MEDICAL AID. P\ K. OREU0HY, lone aocustomed to prescribe for diseases ^ of a private nature, rtiidn at 34 Mutt street. He lias he en familiar with these complaints many years, and having been a particular and close observer of cause aud effect, he has obtained a thorough practical Knowledge of this branch of his profession, which has enabled him to introduce some valuable improvement* into his practice. He does not boast of making rapid sad hasty cures, bat his satisfaction is to perform thorough aud radical cures, and in as short a space of lime as it can possibly be done, with advantage and safety to the patient; and generally speaking, it is not necessary for the patient to observe any change in business pursuits. Hasty,ai d consequently imperfect cures are the source from whence result so many distressing esses of consecutive or sreoudary symptoms; and the like result frequently follows the use of many advertised remedies ; for this reason?that any medicine, however good in the hist or primary stages of the complaint, cannot be supposed to exert the tame power and influence over the human system when its administration has been long continued; and thus while the patient is swallowing medicine from day to day : his disease, if not changing to a chrouic form, to say the least, is very likely to trrmiuate in a permanent debility, or perhaps something worse. Dr. Gregory deems it worthy to remark, that he has often been applied to for relief by imtieats who having been treated for the complaint, were discharged as being cured, and themselves were ol tne opinion that it wu really so. A few days elapse and the disease begins to show itself again ; in some instances only occasionally, in otners again the relapse is permanent, inducing St length a chronic inflammation, attended with otlirr visible effects, which it would be indelicate to describe in an advertisement, but which will be recognized readily by eve.y one so afflicted. It is such a state of things as this that terminate in stricture, and it is by surgical means only that t stricture can ever be |>rrmaneutiy removed. Not sq, however, with the chronic inflammation, or rather induration ; for in this simple means. Dr. (?. is proud to ssy that he has discoveieil and brought to his aid, a remedy never before used ill these eases, wineh lias proved successlul in every instance where it has been applied, and lias effected cures iu cases ef from 3 to IS years'duration. This announcemeut is not made through motives of vanity and love of boasting, but simp!to inform those in need of the remedv where it may be found. Those seeking Dr. Gregory will find hiru at his own house, (not a drug store.) 3V Molt street, about ISO yards from Chatham square All letters must be poet paid. Dr. Uargory has published a little treatise on the above subjects, price SO cents. For sale by the author, and also by Messrs. Sands, Druggists, in FultMi-slreet, and both comers Broadway and Chambers-street, and ir the Bowery at Nos. 63 and 188; H6 Drlancey, corner Suffolk-street, and 77 East Broadway, corner Market-street. Applications by Mail, Post |>aid, enclosing $1, will secure the book by return of Mail, free of Postage. au27 lm*in DR RUSH'S LEGACY. T?HAT celebrated Physician, Da. BENJAMIN HUSH, a could not have left a more valuable legacy to mankind INFALLIBLE HEALTH PILL. It is indeed a blessing to the afflicted, giving relief in all the usual cases of sudden illness or lingering disease with which humanity is distressed or the functions of life are destroyed. It is now conceded by the most eminent of the meuical faculty, that the stomach is the seat or fountain of all disease; thai it is, as it were, the centre from which proceed all the evils produc ed by forcigu or irritating causes, and which thence spread to every part of the animal system. The proper method of cure, therefore, is to attack the citadel in which the disease intrenches itself; and no combination of medicinal agents has yet been discovered so efficacious for this fiurpose as the preparation of the late Dr. Hush, and which, rom the universal success alteuding their administratiou, during a practice of nearly half a centuary, were styled his "INFALLIBLE HEALTH PILL." Their great virtus is, that ihe-y anest disease in its first approach. They are preventives as well as remedies; and we will venture to say that if uken by persons when they are first affected with symptoms of, illness many and many a case, that is either serious or fatal, might be avoided. Let the afllicled without hesitation avail themselves of this iuvaluable Legacy, and they will have reason to bless the name of Dr. Rash, as one of the greatest benefactors of man kind. O- Sold, wholesale and retail, by H. G. DAGGERS, 30 Ann street. NewYork;and, retail, by Kelly, 367 Broadway, N. Y.; J. Aiford, 168 Bowery, N. Y.; J. F.. Scott, 161 Siilh Aveuue, corner of Twelfth st ., N. Y.; H. Green, 69Nj Fulton street, Brooklyn; Heddiug & Co., 8 Bute at., Boston; D. Smith, 96 Market street. Newark, N. J.; G. B. Zeioer, 87 Dock street, corner of Third, Philadelphia; W. Taylor, 13 North street. Baltimore; and ageuts in the principal c ities in the United States. <XJ~ Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS a Box; each box en closed iu an elegantly engraved wrapper, with full directions loriifte. iL'8 2w r 7 DOCTOR BELL Continues to be consulted daily, until 10 P. M. CONFIDENTIALLY On all 'lelic&te diseases, at his private offices, 4 CORTLANbT STREET. QECOND Door from Bioadway, with the utmost confidence in all cases ofa delicate nature, requiring prompt and safe treatment. .Being a Kegulur Practitioner, patients may relv ui*m receiving all the atteution their cases may demand, with an assurance of a successful issue, based upon trie experience of many years piofessional duties. Dr. Bell does not advertise a Specific Drop or Pill for the cure of certain diseases?but guarantees all that Anatomical, Medical, and Chemical knowledge can suggest in each case. Separate offices. Attendance till 10 1' M. daily. s8 luijr DR. HORNE. /"CONTINUES to be consulted confidentially at his office No. V 7j Murray street. Strangers are respectfully apprized that Dr. H irne, being legally bred to the medical profession, in the city ot London, has been a practical member of the said faculty of physic for 40 years, for the last 36 in the city of New York. His i ractiee from being general, he confines to a particular branch of medicine, which engages his profound attention. His experience is vary greap?his success astonishing. He cautious the unfortunate against the use of mercury; thousands are annually mercurialised out of life?recent affections are, without mereury, extingnisheu in a few days See your cases eradicated, not patched up. The learned Dr. Buchan emphatically observes? Married persons, and persons about to be married, should be particularly cautious of those affections; what a dreadful inheritance to transmit to posterity." Persons afflicted with protracted and deplorable cases, need not des|?ir of a complete recovery by applying to Dr. Home. A residence of 36 years in New York city lias established Doctor Home's ch trader as a man of sterling honor, and based on real respectability and skill. Dr. H. offers to his patrons a sure guarantee. Dr. Home's offices are numerous, and patients never come in contact. Attendance until nine o'clock in the evening. NOTICE. K7- THOMA8 G. HORNE, son of the late Dr. George T. Home, respectfully apprises the public that he continues hit father's most successful practice at his establishment. No. 71 Murray street, and may be consulted daily uuli 19 o'clock. P M.. Sundaes etcetrted em lm*v FEMALE PHYSICIAN, 34 LISPENARD STREET. IbAADAMIC COS'l ELLO need hardly state that her PerioWl dical Pills, for the cure of all the diseases peculiar to female) are auperior to all other*, or that they are now the only ouet recommended by the medical faculty in their private practice; as these facts are sufficiently known to the public in general. Equally celebrated is Madame Costello's Southing Syrup, lor teething children; which almost immediately lulls the irritation of the gums, and is a certain preventive of convulsions; and likewise her "Nipple Paste'' for sore nipples; which is so good, as to leave nothing to be aetired, aud as such is the most popular article in the country. All Madame C's medicines are patronised by the medical faculty, which it more than can be said of the nostrums of any of her imitators however tliev may obtain a transient notoriety through the uews|>apers. Post paid orders for media nes from all parts ol the United States,, attended to. Terms?Periodical Pills one dollar a box?Teething Syrup, Ally cents a bottle. Remember that Madame Costello is the only legitimate bred Female Diysician in New York. sM lm*rc to the ladies. MADAME COSTELLO, Female Physician, still continues J-"-1 to treat, with astonishing success, all diaeasea peculiar to females. Suppression, irregularity, obstruction, Ac, by whatever cause produced, can be removed by Madame C. in a very sort time. Madame C.'s medical establishment having undergone thorough repairs and alterations for the hotter accommodation of her nnmerour patients, she isjiow prepared to receive ladies on the point of confinement, or those who wish to be treated lor obstruction of their monthly period. Madame C. can be consulted at her residence No. M Lispen aid st, at all times, and with the strictest regard to secresy. All communications and letters must be post-paid/ lit Im re tfrKfJO REWARD.-OROSS' specific mixture.? For the Cure of Ooonorrhcaa, Gleets, Strictures ana analogous complaints o f the organ so (generation. Of all remedies yet discovered for tmt above complaint!, this is the most certain. k makes a speedy and permanent cure, withoutt he least restriction to diet, drink, exposure, or change in application to bit sinrss. We give no long quackiah recommendations to 'deceive the public. If the medicine does not nor speak for itself, no one shall speak for it. Our object is to notify where it can be had, and the proprietor challenges a single case of recent Oonnorrhma to be brought, in which the mixture will not elfect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture of 1300. This is a disease that unfortunately pervades all ranks of so eiety?high, low, rich and poor, matrimonial and single. They are here presented with a remedy by which they can cure themselves without the least exposure in the shortsm time possible. burl her, the disesse cannot be contracted if a dose of the mixture is taken at uight on going to bed when exposed. It is pat up in bottles with full directions accompanying it, at SI a bottle- One bottle lasts a week, whick generally cures? many are cured in two days. For sale only at Win. H. Mfcar's, 199 Broadway, comer of John street, oppoeitc Franklin House, New York; J .Jones, corner of Chestnut and Seventh streets, Philadelphia; and at J M. Smith's 139 Washington street Boston. sW lm* THE TWO GREATEST INVENTIONS OF THE AGE. KENNEDY'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE PREPARATION. POR The treatment and preservation ol the Hair; the only " infallible preservative against baldness, and a certain cure for all dilates of the scalp, such iu dandruff, plica potmca, he. kc. kc., including all cutaneous affections. This article is prepared with great cars by the inventor and proprietor himself, after a study of ten years, daring which his time has been almost exclusively devoted to the perfection of this incomparable article for the benellt of the growth and beauty of the Hair. Fn the mean time, many nostrums intended for the same purpose, have arisen and died, while this rejoices in the full vigor of manhood?and is destined tolivt as long as a fine head of hair is duly prized or its cleanliness and beauty admired. Let those who have these desires but give it a single trial and he has no fears for the result. It only reouires to be known to be appreciated, and when so appreciated the propriet or eipecta to obtain his reward from a discerning public, and asks it not before?he is not afraid of getting out of patience. Nearly five nnndied certificates, testifying to its virtues, in all cases for wl ich it is intended to be used, from the most highly respectable individuals in various parts in the United States. the Canadas, kc., can be aeen at the office of the inventor and manufacturer, No. I Pmestreet. New York. INVENTION NO. 2. The eecond invention of modern times, to which we would respectfully call attention, ia KENNEDY'S CELEBRATED PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE, the first ever in vented in (his country. This article, as ran be testified to by a large number of oral and verbal recommendations, is superior to any thing of the kind imported from any part of the world, and ia rapidly superceding alf otner nostrums foi changing the color of the hair and whiskers to a beautiful dark hrown, or let black, flrotn flaxen, red, grey, or other objectionable color, in a single application, without affecting the skin. The above Hair Dye was exhibited at the Fair of the American Inatitute, held at Niblo's Garden, and received the first premium, as being superior to any other exhibited. It mty be obtained at the following places i?Bailey, Ward k Co. Maiden Lane; Leary k Co, Aator House; 83 Bowery, comer Walker; 330 Bowery comer Bond street; Tiffany, Gourd it Kiln, 2St Broadway, and at the manufactory, No. 1 Pine street, New V?j6tar GEORGE KENNEDY. AHAIIDilONE PRESENT. A VISITING CAKD PLATE, beautifully engraved, and 50 best rnuamelled Cards printed for only $1,M. Cards on ike heit ennamtl. printed from pUlfi at $1 per IW. A Business Card Plate, engraved with the nsnal amount of matter, and 180 beat Cards, at fl. Door Plates, Seals of all kinds. Marking I'latev Labels, gold, silver, brass, kc. kc. engraved proportionate with the above. Cenper-pUte Printing of all kinds at the same low rate. Please call and examine for yourselves, at JKHVIH'S Cheap Engraving and Pr.nting Establishment, No. 294 Broadway, and 8. E. comer of Greenwich and Conruandt sts ag lm|r GROUND SPICES ANE) COPFKH IA T THE HOPE MILLS. M Marketfield street, between I A Broad and Whitahall, lata *7 Elisabeth street. New York. Office ua Front st. Constantly ou hand, at the lowest market prices, and in the esaal variety of peekagee. x2T 1m*m | MISCELLANEOUS TO THK AMATEURS OF THE ACCORDION! QIGNOR L. MARTINI beg? to inform tfte public th^t he ^3 Iias ju*t published hi* Accordiou instruction, which ts divided id two part*?the ftret for the Accordions withsnt semitones?Che second for those with semi-tones, both of which sis amply famished with selected misic, and exercises pro gressiiely written, inorderthst the amateur can easily hare entire command over the instrument. ... . 81GNOR MARTINI begs also to lUte that he has a I arte collection of MS8. mu.ie lor the Accerdion, which lie lotead* to publish shortly, and he arranges for that instrument any tort ol music he .hould be required. The Signor will be thankful to all thoee who will faror him at his rc.ideuee,90 Canal meet, where he continue, Jo tire hi. lesions. _ jiuH In'r NEWLY INVENTED TRANSPOSING PIANO FORTES, NO. 313 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. VPHE subscribers respectfully inform their frieuds and the f public iu general, they here just finished a newly invented instrument called the Transposing Piano Forte, which they now introduce to the musical community. This Instrument forms a beautiful, rich and new eiterior. both iu shape and neatness, bes'des a tone full, brilliant, and melodious. The treat advantage derived from this new inven tiou, is that music may be transposed iuto any key desired to >uit ihe vocalists, or for an accomikiniment of any othi r instrument, and therefore worthy the attention of the amauur as well as the artist. A large assortment of Tablet Piano Fortes, rosewood and mahogany, 6 and 6% octaves, with French grand action, are iu??> iuiwiauur hjii uu iMitu, til oi wmcn we resjK.-cuun> iu? 111 it to professors, amateurs, and th# trade in general, at our ware rooms and manufactory, as above. N. B ?Piano Furtea tuned and repaired on the shortest notice. LINDELL, WENNER8TROM It CO. s 29 lin*c No. 343 Broadway. removalT PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, la removed from 143 Broadway to No. 7 Aator House. economy in gentlemen's dress. Garments of a most Elegant and Faahiauable kind ft a saving of (0 per cent for cash. rPHE advertiser d? ms u unnecessary to resort 13 the heekA neyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presuming that the length of time he has ;becn established, together with the extensivd patronage bestowed on mm, will prove a sum cient voucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage el being connected with an extensive cloth establishment in Europe he confidently assets that be can furnish clothes which, on coaaparuon, will he found bower than any dlher house making up the nest descriptions ofgeatleAen'i dress. ?I03in 8. PHILLIPS. 7 Aator House, Broadway artist in hair, MANUFACTURED FROM LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAIR. NOT less than two inches long, in one hundred different designs?Necklaces, Bracelets, Watch guards. Ear-rings, Flowers, Rings, Wigs and Scalps. a. c. barry's WIGS AND SCALPS Still stand pre-eminent above all others. Their peculiar light, gossamer, aud ventilating character, their being shaped exactly as the natural hair grows; their elasticity and their superior material and workmanship, as well as their style of finish and ararrangement, all combine to form such perfect heads of hair, that they must be seen to be fully uiprrciated. Parlies having: a piece of hair of a living or deceaaed friend, can get it formed by him into any design the mind cau conceive. In such a form it will ba a kebpsake invaluable. Gratuitous advice given on all diseases connected with the hair, at the Hair Cutting Rooms, 116 BROADWAY, cor of Liberty street, jy!2 8m? Up Stairs. TOHOH! ring's verbena cream. rT,HIS Celebrated Shaving Compound is now all the rage, as A well among tootorian professors, as among those who prefer te gatn.r in their own diuravl crops. The improvement recently made in its manufacture place* the Verbena Cream above competition. The subscriber having purchased the copy right, presents it to the public with an elegant new label, and guarantees that for rue in sharing it can be equalled only by a Wall street broker, the Cream possessing the advantage of giving belter satisfaction to the party by the operation, and this speaking from ex To prrveut imposition by the spurious article* now in the market, the direction* for use will have the written signature of the proprietor, none other being genuine. For tale wholesale and retail at 100 Nas?au at, K. SINCLAIR, Proprietor. N. B.?Also for tale, Ring's Elixir of Life, Nelson's Ex tract of Sarsaparilla, Dr. Browder's Compound Syrup of Indian Turnip, he. ol lm'm STEAM ENGINE.?For sale cheap, a lorty horse power strain engint. The cylinder is one foot diameter and six feet stroke, with governor, force pumn, and fixtures complete: tly wheel fourteen feet diameter and weighs four and a half tons, with shaft ten feet long, one pinion. Also one spur wheel, three feet diameter. The work it got up in a neat, substantial and workmanlike manner, and adapted to the use of steam ex pensively. For further particulars inquire of G. C. HISCOX, No. 38 Ann street, N. Y., office 2d story, s!7 lm*r /"vR.ACKERS.?Parrt cheap Cracker Bakery, 73 Mott street. C' near Walker street.?Constantly on hand, Soda, Milk and Wine Biscuit; machine and haud made Butter, Sugar and Boston Crackers, 8tc.; Pilot and Navy Bread, all at low phces. Shipping and country ordeis nut np in barrels, kegs and boxes. A liberal disconnt allowed, and delivered callage free. N. B.?Passengers to Earope or NewOrlean* supplied cheap. s28 lm* PORTABLE BLACKSMITH'S FORGES!?The sub a scribers, being the sole Agouti for the Manufacturers of Concklin's Patent Portable Forge sad Bellows, beg leave to call the attention of tire public to the above article. That they have been called for and introduced in uearly all parts of the United States, is, we believe a sufficient evidence of their utility and convenience; being portable and compact, gives them far the preference over the common Forge for Snipping of every description, Rail Roads, Canals, Plantations, Mann factories and all purposes for which the ordinary Forge is used. Those manufactured for the U.S. Navy are Wrought Iron. We would refer those wishing to purchase to some few who can recommend them from personal as well aa general knowledge, vix:? Commodore Crane, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H.; Messrs. r u... M. il u 11 : IT 11 - West Point Foundry,'Celd Spring, N. Y. Mriin. S. B. Alt' hiuic k Co. 443 Broadway, N. Y., and oar city blacksmiths generally. GAY k TEBAULT, s21 Jm*rc comer of Old slip and Water si. MONUMENTSffcC; T) OBERT E. LAUNITZ, (late Fraaee 8c Launitz) Sculptor ^ and Artificer in Marble, No. 591 Broadway, New York. Buitues, Monuments. Busts, Fountains, Tombs, Head 8toues, Vases, fcc., eieruted of lire finest American and Italian Marbles, in a chaste and classic style. N. B. Croten water having heen introduced into the city, Mr. L. will be pleated to ezecute all orders for erecting fountains for gentlemen in their gardens, as he has had many years exiierienaa in Italy and this country. The best o( city reference given. All orders by letters, giving New York city references, attended to with punctuality aud despatch. s27 101*01 READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE FROM THE REV. MR. HAWLEY. New Yoag, Sept. 5, 1842. Gentlemen :? About two years ago, I furnished you witk a certificate respecting the virtues of your Hoarhound Candy, and the benefits I had experienced '10m it while performing the duties of my calling. 1 deem it right and proper that at this time I should renew my opinions in its favor, because recent use has increased my knowledge of its valne. At the camp meeting held at Sing Sing, commencing on the 2?th of August last, and ending on the 2d September, I exerted myself much in the cause of my Master, and consequently my voice became hoarse and incapable of its usual force. 1 had two engagements the ensuinr Sabbath to preach, and found it tecessary if! expected to fulfill them.to take some remedy to renovate my votes and sooths my lungs. On Saturday , being, supplied iwilh a package of your candy, its use enabled me to preach as 1 engaged without llie least hoarseness or pain. I consider your candy a necessary article for every clergyman to keep in his possession, as the use of it keens the voice clear in its tones, and free from that huskiness and tickling of the throat, which so often mars the delivery of the preacher. For all complaints of the lungs it is invaluable, as my previous certificate mentioned ; and I feel confident that its early use would save many from the grave who finally fall victims to consumption. Yours truly . W. C. HA WLEY, 70 Crosby street, Chaplain at the City Hospital. Messrs. J. Pease fit Son, 43 Division street. Agents?110 Broadway and 86 William street. THE UNDERSIGNED have used J. Pease It Son's Comi>onnd Extract of Hoarhound Candy, and freely recommend it to those afflicted with Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and Consumptive complaints, as an excellent remedy in these eases, and for the use of the voice professionally, nothing ca? ecjual it. We recommend it to our brethren throughout tne Union. ? Reverend J. Lindtey, rect nt pastor of M. E. Church, Second struct. Reverend J. Cmmford, pastor of the second M. E. Church, Hudson. Reverend Mr. Lucky, presiding elder, New York Conference. Reverend Mr. Whitaker, pastor of Presbyterian Church, corner Madison and Catherine. Reverend Mr. Giffen, pastor of M. E. Church, Bedford at. Reverend Mr. Iltrt, recent pastor of Baptist Chnrch, Gold street. Reverend Mr. Gibbs, III Third Avenue. Tevereud Mr. Berry,pastor ofWesleyan Methodist Church, corner Grand ami Clinton sU. Reverend Mr. Lyons, pastor of the Ccrman Mission Church. Kldt-r Knaiip, and llev. Mr. Maffitt. Gne would mink lh> above recommendations were sufficient to sell a ton of Tease's Hoarhound Candy a day, in this city alose, when the proprietois can obtain certificates from ministers of the Gospel ! men ol such onblemishcd reputation, that whoso would not believe them neith- r would he believe though one should rise from the dead. The virtues of Pease's Hoarnound Candy, then, may be conaidnred proved, as far aa anything can be proved, by human testimony, F. B. All letters post paid, directed to J. PEASE It BON, 43 Division street, will he punctually attended to. * * Country merahanU^an obtain Pease's Hoarhound Can dy, at the manufacturer*' loweit price*, bv *endin? an order to any merchant in the city with whom they hare dealing*. J. PEASE It SON, ti Divmion at. Agent*1 n the City?Rmhtoti It Aapinwall, 10 Artor Home, MO Broadway, and 06 William atreel ; Elton, 90 Naaaau ?t ; Kieited, 519 Broadway ; Briaham, cor. Houaton and Avenue D : Hart, cor. Norfolkand Grand at ; Bateaon, cor. Park Row and Ann at ; Cotton, *61 Bleecker at ; Mirtine, cor. flat atreet and Ninth Avenue ; Paator. 166 Greenwich at ; D'igga, 601 Broadway ; Kerr, 741 Broadway; Mom. 506 and 500 Grand at. Ageita in lite Country ?Zieber, 07 Dock atreet. co,. Third, Philadelphia ; Redding, 0 Slate at, Boaton ; Weed It Water*, Troy ; Baxter,57 Slate a', Albany ; Robinaen. Ill Baltimore atreet, Baltimore, Md; Haldeman, Louiaville. Ky ; Wataoa, Memphia, Tenn ; and Haya, 1J9 Fulton at, Brooklyn. c>5 Imr D USHTO V It A8PINWALL, 06 William atreet. 110 Broad TV way, and 10 Aator Houae, offer for aale, a full aaaortment of I Drug* and Medicine*, of annerior qui.lity, and put up in the beat manner. Alao Medicine Cheat* for ahipe, famtliea, and plantation* Jeffrey'* Reapiratora?A new and valuable inatmment for equalizing the temperature of the air, when inhaled into the lunga, and enabling invalid*, and petaona with weak lung*, by wearing them, logo abroad in all weather*. Price $0, and upwards. Hair Glove and Strap Renovator*, a aubetitule for, and much auperiorto, the common fleah brnah, with ample direction* for nae. Compound Floid Extract of Saraaparilla, ptepared by R. Ot A. in the beat manner, and highly approved in the United State* aervice, and bv iheeuhlic generally. *30 Iw'r ~ MUFFS YffUFFS k FUR TRIMMINGS.?The nnderaigned wtmld iTA call the attention of the ladiea of New York and the pnblic generally, to hia large aaaoitroent of Mnffa, eonaiatin* of lynx, atone, martin, Siberian aquirrel, Fitch. Genetand Coney Mnffa. Atao, a laige aaaortment ol Fur* and Swancdown Trimming*, *e. ke. Otc., which ia offered for aale at the loweat caah pneea, by ISAAC H. ARCHER, Noa. 104 and M0 Greenwich atreet. Repairing of all kind* done on rsaaotwble term*. al9 lm*r 17RENCH LANGUAGE.?M. DELAVALLE ha* removv ed from Read* atraet to XI Broadway, oppoaitc the Park.? Give* notice to hia aeholara and to geaUemrn who deaira to learn th* French language, that ha will ra-openon Monday. Four claasea for gentlemen in the day, and twe day claaaea in the evening. Claaaaa for India* from 4 to half paat 5 in th* nftaruoon. *X lmr MISCELLANEOUS. *k? Anti-Angular System oT Writing. GREAT REDUCTION. raoa TWILTI to ill MLUII ! .... \/fR. 1HI8TOW of London, reapeetfully informs the I. diet end (Jeutlenmii of New York end Brooklyn, that hu ) t?aea Day end Evening, hare commenced for Ik* reason, anil that he haa seduced hu Teinu one half,?to Six Dollaia ! Aciomr No. 134 Bnooawav, man Pan* PLact. 1 !' He? are positively taught in twelve lessons, *?old, Ate, expeditious and finuhed buiineas-Uke style ol Wnuof, no matter how bad, illegible stiff, or cramped the writing may be. Bee specimens at the door, 135 Broadway. ,. . Awn THE LaDlEi A neat and handsome, delicate and fashionable Rnnning Hand _ .Welti Eaar Laaaowa ! ?tC7" VJSITOR8 in New York can take a cenrar in Three Daje .?Mr. B. u to be aeen from * to 1 A. M., or from 4 to 8 Evening Claaaea from 7 to ?. _ , Booe-Keefi*? Taugh on a superior method, by doable and aincle entry, eientincrl |y and practically. f 1 STENOGRAPHY. A new lyetem of the Art of Writing Short-hand, for taking down Lectnrea, Sermona, Trial, at Law, Ike. he., taught perfectly by Mr. Brislow ia one coarse of leaaona ! at 114 Broadway. See a ipecimen. N. B.?A work of the author ia preaented to every pupil for their permanentguide. a4 lrn-rc THE NEW YORK vvi nnDAumri dduco A X JUVVIAA1 1X1V X XVXJkJU. 46 MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. IN THE EXTENT of the varieties in this department the proprietor may safely challenge competition with any other establishment in the world, and has unuer his own immediate superintendence the most skilful workmen, and all the rrquisi.e materials for executing erery description of Xylographic Engraving and Prhiting. ... Original Designs and Plates of e very description execnted in the first sty e of the art, and beautifully printed in Bronze or Fancy Colors. Druggists, Perfumers, Manufacturers, Oroceis and other Labels, constantly on hand, wholesale or retail, and all articles connected with the trade. Job Printing in every variety of style executedi u the best manner to order, and on the most reasonable terms. STEEL PLAf E AND COPPERPLATE ENORAVINO AND PRINTING Notes, Checks, Dralts, Bills of Exchange, Certificates of Stock, do Deposite, Blanks or professional, weddsng and visiting Cards, neatly engraved and printed, at si oil notice, and on the meat reasonable terms. The lowest |>ossib!e price is char ged for all wark done at this establishment. All orders from the country punctually attended to, and articles ordered, forwarded to any part of the United States, or the Canadas. all lm*r CHA8. SHIELDS, Proprietor. ARTIST IN HAIR, MAKUFSCTURED FROM LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAIR. TNfire hundred different designs, necklsces, bracelets, wateb x guards, ear-rings, Bowers, rings, wigs, seal]*, Ac. Ac. Ladie or gentlemen having hair of a living or deceased friend, can ge. it formed by him into any design the mind can conceive?ia such a form it will be a keepsake invaluable. A. C. BARRY,. M6 Broadway, cor of Liberty street, up stairs. N. B.?Individuals resident in the country or living at an inconvenient distance from the city, can have all such orders prom|itly executed, by forwarding through the medium of the post office the hair to he fashioned, with a drawn and specified ilesign of the workmanship, and enclosing from five to twenty dollars, according to which sum the superiority of manufsctnre and style of mounting in gold will depend. All such communications to be post paid. A. 0. B. ol lm*r FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE. BY LETTERS PATENT OP THE UNITED STATES. THE TRICOPHEROUS, OR MEDICATED COMPOUND, FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. IS with confidence recommended to all whose hair is becoming thin Irom disease, scurf, and OandrufT. The surest remedy to prevent BALDNESS AND GREY HAIR. The most healthy dressing that cau possibly be applied to the head; rendering the hair soft and glossy, and treeing the scalp from all hnmors and irritations, removing every particle of scurf and daudruff, and disposing the hair to curi. lu frequent use wi'l preserve the hair in health and beauty to the latest period of life. For infant heads it is invaluabls. To be hid only at the Hair Catting Rooms, 146 Broadway, cornet of Liberty st, up stairs, or oi the appointed agents. 30 lm*rc LONDON & MANCHESTER INDIA RUBBER GOODS. TXTHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No. I Wall street. The * v subscriber haa received and offers for aale a large aaaortment of imported India Rubber Water Proof Oooda, viz: Coata and Capes, of superior Lama, Cashmere Lama, Persian, Merino and Cotton, of all colora and aizes. .Cloth?India Rubber, Water Proof, super Lama, Lama Persian and Cotton, prepared for ttilors. India Rubber Webbings for suspenders, corsets, lie. s2?6m*r CHAS. ABRAHAM8QN. A NEW & IMPORTANT INVENTION FOR THE LADIES. TVAR8. LOVE, Corset Maker, No. 68 Lispenasd street, re*YJ spectfully informs the ladies of New York and its vicinities, that s'le haa invented a new article for the preservation of the health and stret^th daring pregnancy. This Abdominal Supporter is perfect in its application, acting as a support, and preventing all itr&m upon the muscles, and the consequent fa tigue and exhaustion oh the whole system. It will preserve the form in all its youlhfhl symmetry Nothing that has ever been invented offers ao many advantages as does this Abdominal Supporter for invigoratiug the system against every accident attending gestation. Mrs. L. has secured a patent. She begs to refer to the follow iug eminent gentlemen of the Medical Facnlty:?Br. Francis, Dr. Pond, Or. McDonald, Professor Oillman. M D, Professor Parker, M D, A. C. Castle, M D, Dr. Nelson,Dr. Moore, J. W. Francis, M D, J. O. Pond, M D, J. ,W. Moore, M. D, J. Neilson, M D. Country merchants and dealers supplied wholesale with Corsets, Belts, and braces, on advantageous terms. s6 Imtr STOVES! STOVES!! BACKUS' PATENT RARE FIE R, OR FRUGAL HOUSEWARMER. fyHE Proprietor, in offering this valuable stove to the publie, A would briefly state some of the advantages of >heir improve ment, which consist chiefly in the following particulars, via:? 1?To obviate the evil of im- 5?To be capable of affordpnre aL.d uoxious gas in the ing a mild or an intense heat, burning of anthracite coal. 6?To avoid all ineovenience 2?To generate and diffuse from dust. a warm and wholesome at- 7?To preserve the air of the mosphere In places exposed to apartment pure and wholedamp and cold. some. 3?To lesson the risk of aeci- I?And to unite with all dent by fire. tkose excellent qualities, an t?To be quickly kindled elegant and durable article of ant' easily managed. furniture. I his Stove is constructed of the best quality of Russia sheet irou upon the cylindrical plan?the fumace or fire-chamber oce tpying a part of the centre cylinder, to which is attached an atmt spheric Rarefier upon each side, of a tubular form, and lined throughout. The heat that is created in the chamber passei between the linings of the two rarefters (or radiators as they ere called] into the base at the bottom, and a curTent of air continually rushing through the tubes, which are left open at each end for that imrpose, carries a great amount of rarefied or warm air into the apartment. The puflty and softness of the air in a room heated by this stove are peculiar and remarkable, the heat being diffused from a great extent of surikce moderately heated. The heated air, on entering the wings or sides of the stove.dcscenas and spreads over the entire surface of the base at the bottom, keeping the colder portion of the air next the floor in constant circulation? in the meantime preserving it entirely from contamination, rendering this Stove perfectly safe and agreeable for apartments of invalids, sleeping rooms, tic. Manufactured by I/ll E. BACKUS, M Bowery, N. Y. N. B. A new article of air tight stoves, with rarifiere ; also the new kitchen companion cook stove, warranted equal to any in use in this city. s27 Im'm NOTT'S STOVES REPAIR* O y RICHARD AYLIFFE, established nine ft years at 96 ~ I atham street, New York. R. A. has Nott's aud other Stove, which he can sell at a very reduced price. Stoves and pipe put up at the shortest notice. N. B.?Pipe constantly on hand. s>7 lm*r NEW STOVE. SHEPARD'S PATENT REVERBERATOR. THK subscribers offer this dsy to the public, the office and J- parlorsize of this new and splendid paleut stove. We ask all in want of stoves to call and examine it. It is by far, the most efficient and economical stove offered for a number of years, aud has the approval of all who have seen it, and bids fair to take the lead of all others. Larger sizes will be in readiness in the course af a few days. In the mean time, the priniciple of the stove, can be seen folly developed in the size exhibited. 8HEPARD fc CO. Nott's Stove Warehouse, No. >42 Water street. N. B.?A splendid assortment of Nott's Radiator Stove, the nnlv atnb'ss in tk* markfl ani(.ikl#> fnr warminir ilwsllitxu churches, hotel*, public building*, lie. A two itory home can Ire warmed with three tons of coal, less than one grate will conanme. Drums for parlors and halls, in style and variety unequalled in the city. Alto the best wood cook stove ever offered. *29 lm*?c PATENT PRESERVED PORTABLE MEATS AND SOUPS, YITARRANTED to keep any length or time in any climate, " vizr lobsters, halibut, shad, salmon, oysters, and clams, beef, mutton, real, dock, chicken, turkey, beef soup, mutton broth, rhicken soup, ?i tail soup, mock and green turtle soup, vegetable soup, green peas, mushrooms, carrets, turnips, parmine, tomatoes, milk, lie. he., manufactured and sold wholesale by WILLIAM MULLANE, oT lm*m 82>s Nassau st DEAFNESS. INVISIBLE VOICE CONDUCTOR. 'T'HESE instruments are to be obtained at R. SIMPSON'S, 1 t, Astor House. Of a peculiarly simple construction, they merely require to be placed in the cavity of the ear to give immrdiite relief to this disagreeable malady. Person*, non-residents of New York city, on the remittance of 5 dollars, can have a pair forwarded by post, or if desired a tingle one rbr S3 M. NiB.?Agent for the sale of SIMPSON'S EAR CORNETS. *4 lm*rc DR. FEUCHTWANGER'S OFFICE, No. I Wall street comer Broadway.?ManufacturV er of German Silver in sheet,and faultless castingsuof A<i ne fortis, Muriatic, Nitric and Pyroligneous Acids ; of Tin Solutions. extract Logwood, Labarraguia Chloride of Soda, of Lanat Caustic, Pruatic Acid; Liver of SalpherJIodides of Iron, Lead and Mercury. Dasraerrotype,Chemicals,Ether, Ammonia, Grant i I ley Lotion, Chloride of tlold, Phosphate of Soda,he. Infallible Poiaona for Bedbugs, Fleas, Fly Paper,Cockroaches Rata. Moths, Caterpillars, moscnetoet; the compound chemical Whale Oil, Soap and Heed Protectorj Platina, Palladrine, Goldfoil and Bronae, genuine Harlem Oil, imported. eg lm*ec MEDICAL NOTICE. JUST pnblidwl. prie M by Or. VAWCKTT, of 196 Fulton street, Wew York, The Greet Consoler lor the Mind in Diatresa?-a popular inquiry iuto the conceaiee causea that destroy the physical energy and the abilrty of manhood, with observation* on the baneful effects of solitary inameence. local or constitutional weakness, nervous irritation, umtnmp tioo, and on the partial or total eitlnction of the reproductive power*. The Doctor Ual?o author of a new treatise which is exclusively written for the sensitive female, who, while she thrinks abashed at the idea of revealing her sufferings. may nd in its paces a confidential and capable adviser Dr. F. contnwes to direct hit attention to tnc entire eradication of fonorrHoa, fleets, strictares, noctnrnal emissions, syphilis in its worst forms, nervous irritation, constitutional debility, and all diseases bronfht on by solitary habits. Female diseases treated scientifically. Office 196 Fulton street. .23 lm*r physiologicalT |LfY8TEHIE8 AND REVELATIONS IN LOVE, ?? Lpnrtship and Marriage?an infallible Qnide-Book for Married and Single Persons, in matters of the utmost importance to the Ilaman Race. By Eufine Becklard. M. D. Among the things dmy considered in this work are matters of seriona importance to single and yonng married persona? The causes ef, end cure for Sterility?The art cf Beauty and (.'onrtahip?The danger of aolitary practices, and how the habit may he removed?Trie canses of Love and Jealousy, with a remedy for eradicating from the system the seeds of a lOpeleaa or an nnhappy passion?Offspring, including modes for the propitiation or prevention thereof?Tests for knowing the seies of unborn children?Intermarriage?Persona who ought and ought not to merry?The most suspicious season for wedlock, atPrice 75 cents. For sale at l* Fulton stsuet. and tif Broadway sd lm*r TAILORING. MARTIN'S Canfc Tailoring BiUbllihment, . Stre"' Corntr of Jtnn Strut, TB decidedly the cheapest in die city. There ie always cm I hand a KlcctsUKk of seasonable goods. purchased for cash, which will be nude op to order in the style of nuke, fit, trimming, he., that has given such general setisfsctioe during the last Tour years, and at a positive saving of 94 per cent. Gentle "<en are reqnested to call and examine. Those who furmsh tl>eirown foods, can have them MADE AND TRIMMED. Dress Coats, made and trimmed, -$T M te $1 M Frock Coats. do do I M to 9 54 Pants and Vests, 1 75 to 1 00 Over Coats. 9 00 to 11 OS [T7~ Terms?Cash on delivery. fti lm* c MICHAEL E. MARTIN. NEW CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NO ? CHU?? .T^ETWrSNI^VANDJ /"" ENTLEMEN furnishDg their own goods can have them II made on in the most fashionable French style, cheaper than ever offered before in this city. Overcoats made and trimmed $1 54 Frock coats " " ' ~ > $?3%^ " ' $1 54 to 1 75 o^.^""""" d?"e lhe nt>tC*8AVIUEL WYANT. ui\r, iniuc. ^HERE IS NO IMPOSITION practiced at this store by L asking double tl e price au u ,icle it worth, neither any interruption ou the tide walk. No intuit offered if yon don't |Hi rebate. Any perton within* to make a purchase can rely on being furnished with clothing at the following prices : Coats $9 a 12 Cloth Jackets 3 a 5 Cloth Pants 3 a 4 50 Hal line It Pants 1 SO a 7 SO , , . JACOB COOSWELL. o4 lin*T 133X Chatham street, near Rosevelt St., N' V. ~Z ^shirts. CJH1RTS made after the latest and moat approved French ^ patteait. Costa, i antaloout, vests, and all under garments, m Jre J? ? F *JL*^orS notice and in tlie most fashionable style. Gentlemen s Famishing Store, 67 and 69 Maiden Lane, New York. ?3 3m?r WM. COLLINS. CftllTTS.?United States Shirt Manufactory, 77 William at, O comer of Liberty, New York. Notice il hereby given to merchants and traders in geueral, that the proprietor of the above establishment has adopted a new method of a-anufacluring, which enables him to sell his shirts at a cheaper rate than any other house in the city. This statement will be affirmed by the list of prices, as follows k lue Muslin Shirts, with Linen Bosoms and Collars, par <lt>v, $7 5i Do, stitched in the Bosom and Collars, per dox, 6 00 Do, colored, new patterns, large siaea, per dox, 7 oo Also, a large nnaatity of Bosoms and Collars constantly on hand, which will be offered cheap for cash. sO lm*r T~ATklST FASHIONS I?PARISIAN DEPOT-MRS. Li VANDERPOEL, No. 557>i Broadway, having completed her arrangements for receiving the earliest fashions, offers her services to ladies of taste, who are desirous of economising in articles of dress. Muslin Dresses made in genteel style, $7 00 Silk " " " 3 00 Every article of dress now in vogue, may be had at the low eat remunerating prices, and the natters herself that she een suit the tastes of the most fastidious, satisfied that those who may favor her with a call, will come again. sl6 lm*r medicines. CERTAIN CURE FOR DEAFNESS. AffONS. MALLAN?Sound Magnifiers?Invisible Voice LvJ. Conductors.?To enable persons instantly, at .n'advanced age, and of forty and fifty years standing, of extreme deafness, and of those who are only slightly dull of hearing, to join in general conversation, and te catch the sound of a distant low sneaker at a nublic assembly Thev are the size of a vary small gold seven shilling piece: and when in the cavity of the ears, uicy are not in ihe least perceptible, nor more nncomfor table than having a small piece of hue wool in its place. And although they are so extremely small, yet they enable those af dieted with extreme deafness to hear, in every respect, equal to those of most acute hearing. To be had of Mona. MALLAN A SON, Surgeon Dentists, Sole Agents for the patentee, No. 2 Park Place, one door from Broadway. The above invention has been in ass in Europe for some years and is stroogly recommended, being one of the greatest discoveries ot the age. Perseus, non-residents of New York city, on the remittance of $10, can have a pair forwarded by post. s3S lm* r LUCINA CORDIAL, A/TAONIN'S LUCINA CORDIAL, for the sure and speedy hvJ. cure of incipient consumption, barrenness, impotency, lucorhae or whites, gleet, obstructed, dificult or painful menstruation, incontinence of urine, or involuntary discharge thereof, and for the general prostration of the systt m, no matter whether the result of inherent causes,or of causes produced bv irregularity, illness, or accident. The wide-aprsad celebrity of this wonderful and inestimable cordial in both hernial teres it a sufficient guarantee lor its quick and positive success in enring all the above affections and complaints. Nothing can be more surprising then its invi gorating effects on the human frame. Persons all weakness and lassitude before taking it. at once become robust and full of enery under its mtlaece. It immediately counteracts the nervelessness or looseness of the fenftle frame, which is the only cause of barrenness; and which, prior to Dr. Magnin's discovery was considered to be incurable. And it speedily removes the impediments produced by physical prostration, which Be quently deter men from getting married. Language, indeed, ..annot do justice to the merits of the Lucina Cordial, which is regarded by the heads of the (acuity in all parts of the world as ' one of the most important medical discoveries of any age. Price $3 per bottle. Sold at 92 Nassau street, and No. 90 North Sixth trcet, Philadelphia. *2t lm*r VALIER'S FRENCH PILLS. ANE box of these inestimable Pi'Is aro worth all the Quack v-r Medicines in the world, for the cum of s certain disease. Comment.?If we examine the nature of the above disease and the sitnstion of the parts affected, we must consider it a very important ohjectto be able to obtain e remedy at once certain in its action, aad at the sama time composed of such ingredients as will prevent the possibility of discovery while using it. It is a fact well known to many, that most of the remedies nffnm/l frtr flveswm rlisensea ivm P/tmiutaeH nf atlr- li nnnscAun rtniM as to render it almost impossible to continne their use witnoat creatine a sickness at the stomach or other nnp>easant consequences. Snch being the case, there can be no donbl bat such a remedy as VALIER'8 FRENCH PILLS will meet the universal approbation, being entirely free from those objections, pleasant in their operation and prompt in removing the disease. The proprietor would here remark, that the efficacy of these Pills in the disorders allnded to, are no ibasednpon supposition; on the contrary, it is founded upon rational experience, having used them iu a successfnl practice for upwards often years he feels confident of their superiority over the remedies hitherto employed. Sold at No. 93 Nassau street, lis Broadway, and 99 North Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pries <1 per box. sX lm*r MADAME RESTELLi, T7EMALE PHYSICIAN. Office and residence, 141 Green P wich street, between Courtlandt -nd Liberty streets, whsra she can be consulted with the strictest confidence on eocai plaints incident to the female frame. Madame RestelJ'sexperience and knowledge in the treatment of obstinate cases of female irregularity, stoppage, suppression, lie., is such as to require bat a few days to effect a perfect cure. Ladies desiring proper medical attendance during confinement or other indisposition, will be accommodated during such time, with private and respectable board. " Preventive Powders," for married ladies, whose de licate or precarious health forbids a too rapid increase of family, will he sent by mail to any part of the United States. Price 35 a package. All Letters (post paid) addressed to ' box 999, New York. Boston Office, No.7 Essex street." N. B.?Madame RE8TELL would inform ladies residing out of the city, whose health weuld not admit of travelling,that she would deyate her personal attendance upon them in any part of the Uiflted States within reasonable distance, si lm"r FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. WING to the celebrity, efficacy, and invariable success of U Madame Restell's Female Monthly Pills in all cases of irregularity, suppression, or steppage of those functions of nature upon which the health of every female depends, since ti air .ntroductiou into the United States, now about fonr yearn, counterfeits and imitations are constantly attempted to be palmed off for the genuine. Chei p common pills a-e purchased 1 at twelve cents a box. put up in different boxes, and called? "Female Monthly PiUs." with theohjeetof aelliog them, if possible, at one or two deliars a box. Females are therefore cautioned against these attempts to impose upon them, h is 1 sufficient here to state that all Female Monthly Pills are counterfeits, except those sold at Madame Restell's Principal Office, 149 Greenwich street, New York mid 7 Essex street, Boston. Price II. Madame Restell's signature is written on the cevsr of each box. N. B.?They can he used by married or single, by following the directions enclosed inside of each box. Sold alto by ap pointment at 284 Grand street, corner of Allea, New York. si hn*r TO MARRIED LADIES. MADAME RESTELL'S PREVENTIVE POWDERS, M?These invaluable Powders have been universally adopted in Europe, but France in particular, for upwards of thirty years, ? as well as by thousandsin this country, as being the only mild, safe, and efficacious remedy for marned ladie% whose health forbids a too rapid increase of family , _ Madame Restell, as is well know n, wis for thirty years Fa male Physician in the two principal Female Hospital* in Europe?those of Vienna and Paris?where uvorec hvrpMt eiperience and opixjrtunities, she attained (hat celebrity in those great discoveries in medical science so specially adapted to the female frame, for which her medicines sow stand unri vailed, as well in this country as in Enrone. Her acquaintance with the physiology and anatomy of the female frame, enabled her?by tracing the decline and ill health of married lemt(eS| scarce in the meridian of life, and the consequent rapid and often apparently ineiplicable causes which consign many a fond mother to a premature grave?to their true source?to arrive at a knowledge of the primary causes o! female indispositions?esnecially of married female ?which. in IBM. led to the discovery e her celebrated " Preventive Powdere." Their adoption nee been the neui of preserving not only the health, but even the life of many an affectionate wife sad fond mother. The advertiser feelrajt the importance of this subject, and es tiraating the vaat benefits resulting to thousands by their adoption, would most respectfully arouse _ie attention of the mar ried, by all that they hold near and dear, to their consideration. Is it not wise and virtuous to prevent evils to which wa are subject, by simple and heslthv means within our control. Every dispassionate, virtuous, and enlightened mind will unht sitau ingly answer in the affirmative. Price five dollars a paehaga, accompanied with fall a ad particular directions. Toe* can be forwarded by mail tu any part of the United States. All letters must be post paid, and addressed to MADAME HESTl.LL, Female Physician. Principal office, 141 Greenwich street, New York. Office hours from 9 A.M. to 9 o clock P.M. Boston office No. 7 Esses at. si lm*r PORTUGUESE FEMALE PILLS. _ nvmiD iitD rurtiin It _ M. DE BOUDELOqUE, M. D., LISBON, PORTUGAL rPHE Scientific combination of ingredients af which Ihsau A Pills are composed, have made them the wonder and admi. ration of the world. They are known ail over Europe to be the only preparation ever discovered that has proved invariably certain in producing the monthly turns. Their certainty, in all eases, being such that thev must not be used daring pregnancy ft>r though always mild, safe, and healthy, they are certain to produce miscarriage if need during that period. Tha directions are translated into English .and are enveloped round with the teal of the importer, stamped. Each bos contains the signature of M. de Botidejpnas. and the English di rections have the signature of Dr. K. MELVEAU, authoneed agent for the continent of America. .. ? . . They can be transmitted by mail to any part of the United States. Letters directed to Dr. F. Melveen, bet M, New York, will meet with immediate attention. All letters maa? be post paid. Sold by appointment at 1? Cherry, near Caihn rine street. Price $4- Half boiee $?. No half bos es mat hy mail .llm*rdAw_^, PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAM KB GORDOII BBI1 T. N. W. CORNER, EULTON AND NASSAU STREETS. Tm Ngw Ymi Hnnsi-o?A daily paper, mornsug or the week?price two cents per <wpy. t-wnuiry "nj^ cribera furnished at the same rata, for any agudlSj a remittance in advance. No paper sent, Tut wrkklt HgnsLB-leaaed every aine o'cloch-prioe tia end eomvrter v?e to country subscribers at $!,? per annum, in advance, or at the venae rate for any specified period. um? ?