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FOR HALIFAX AMI LIVERPOOL.
?Tnr Royal Mail Steamship* HIBKKNIA ail. C L(. UMA, wil' lenv Baton fur the above p< ru, aa fotlowa : HlB* II MA. A. Hyha, K?q . Commander Thursday, An* 1. '<A. r UO..IA, r- O. L u. Keq., Cominiader, nu?y, Aog & fason..* lor Liverpool f HO " Halilai 10 Apply to LI BHIUHAM, Jr , Agrut. 3 Wmi at, J . 22:on .1 ire I'LtASA.N 1 A.m i tif.A. lA< I HMUAA SUMMER AItKJiM(VEKENT NKW BK1U11 i'o.N, I'OKI III" UMOiM), (8TATKN ihla v u.) k new York fkkky, i Krou. fiar No. 1. North Hirer, lout ol Battery Place. 00k The Steamboat CINDKRKlLA, will run follows, daily, from May 2uth to Uctohei ^CwflQL'ii. 1(44 Lsaves New York, at 0 and 11 o'clock, A M, at lii.l and (P. M. Leavra Port Uichuioud, at 20 minutes to I, and 10 annates to 10 A M i at 1. ?K andbfc P. M. Leaven New Brighton, at * aad 10 A. M.; at IK, 0 aad 7K P. M, On t-unday?Leave! New York.atOaad 11 A M.Jtt I, ( and 0 P..?l Lea via Port Richmond, at 20 inmates to I, aad 10 A.M.; at 1. i and ?K P M New 1 ork. May 1(, 10*4 layll ?m*rc NfcW kORK, ALBANY ANL TROY 11 aA-VIBuaX LINK. FOR ALBANY ANV lROY-Morom, ?Line iroin the loot oi Barclay sliest, landm, ..it inte, mediate jilai as 1 ne steamer KMPlHk. Captain 8. II. Hop, Monday Wednesday and Kridav Morning at 7 o'clock. _ 'l or steamer '1 HUV. Captain A uoriiam, Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday M raiug.at 7 o'clock. evening uiie iron, tue loo, ol courilmut street, direct. I He iieaniT aW iLLilW.r tpuia A .vIcLeaa. Monday, Wedueadav and Kridav evening, at 7 o'clock, The summer ALBANY, Captain H. B .Viaey, Tneaday, Thuraday Saturday K veiling. at 7 .i. .ock. Hie Uoaw ol till! Lute, owing to their light draught ol wa ter. are able at all tuuea to past the bats, and reach Altany and 1'roy in ample time to take the morning tram ef care lor the east or went. Kor passag. or Irmght apply on nourd, or at the offices on tu Wharves ivl7 rtc HEoELE'lS 1A ME Of STEAMbOATH FUR ALBANY. /kill iJAlLY, Sundaya etcepiad?Through L)i "?ioct, at 7 I'. M., from the Steamboat Pier he slweeu ( oortlaudl and Liberty street*. tue etoauii. at KNIl KKKBOCKKK, Captain A. P. St. loan. .vlouday, Wedueaoay and Kriday evening!, at 7. I'he siuauiuoal RUCHn.S I KK. Captain A. Houghton, oe Tuesday, 1'hursday and Saturday Kvruings, at 7. At Kiveo'clock, P. M.?Landing at lutennediate Plana*:? l'he iteainhoal COLUMBIA, "..aptaiti ve"O a. Perk. Monday, Wedneaday, Kriday and Snntlay Afternoon!, a: 4 o'clock the Steamboat NORTH AMKKlCA, Captain II O. Crutteudeu, ? nesday, Thursday and Saturday Aliernoous.ati o'clock. Passengers takiag this line of boaliwill arrive in Albany la a.aole tune to take thn Morning Train of Cari for the eul or Watt. Kor peerage or freight, apply on board.or to P. C. Mchnln at the omee on the wharf. liyljre RhoiULAK OPPOSITION. KVK.MNli i.INK AT SKVKN O'CLK "KOK ALBANY, without Lauding.?Calm ?mMBMe.!": Dt. hub entei Berths tree. Tne eirtuio ai PORTS lluUTH. captain O. Houee, will leave tlir Pie' at III* fool of Cedar e reet. Regular day* Hum New York, .vlouday, Wedueeday and Friday. Kroni Albany Tusdy, Thursday and Sunday ? 1 hla uoal has beeu leugtheued Mud tilted op lu a neat aud coin foilablr style, wub ucw beuding and Inrni'ure throughout. Sue . ea uuiuDer of elegant Itaie Uuoias, and cau accoinmo dit" irorn 2' o to Jill pasfugera. Uav. u? a ligut draught ol wa ter, she will not he detaiue,. ou any oi the bare O. HOLSK, lieneral Ageut Passengers taking this boat will arnve lu Albany in ample time t ? like the inoruiug lr.uu of Cars vast or west h or IreiAlit oi passage aip.y on hoard OJP-Alter Monuay, lu y 1st, will leave at 6 o'clock, from the oot ol Li'a-rtv si.eel; aud Albany at 7 je!9 Im'ri 1C .vt vte. tt aiiRaNOKMKNI. MEIVARK AMI/ MEW YORK KAHK ONLY l*i CKNTB THK NKW AND SWIKT STKAMKR RAINBOW, CAPTAIN JOHN OAFFY, On and after Monday, May 12, will run as 1 follows:? Leave Newark, foot of Centre si, ai 7K A vl. aud 1>4 P. M. Leave New York foot oi Barclay at, at 1? A. M and 4 r. M. On Sundays?Leave Newark at I A. M. and 2 P. M asd >-w York at 10 A. Al. and 4 P. M. Freighl carried at very roaaonnble rates May lutli. 1144 ap4rc ^TATEN ISLANL) FERRY FOOT OF WHITKHALL. Thfl floats will run \s loliows uo'il further notice:? LKAVK NKW YORK : ? I. 9. 10, 11, A M.I. 2, IK. 5. 6, 7, P. M. Lr.AVK STaTkn ISLAND: 7 (.9 10 II, A VI., I, 2, 4, i, b, 7W P. M. On Sundays, every nour, from ( A M. to 7 P. M.?12 M. i itepted FORT HAMILTON ANL> NKW YORK Leave New Vork h A M IK P M " Kon Haiuiltou 7K A M , 4K F M. (Sundays excepted.) CLIFiON AN r NKW YORK Leaves New York ti A. M , 2 .uid JK VI. " Clifton 7K A. M 3>e end 4K P *1 jW re (-undni ! e* epied ) KOh bATH, UAUUlNfclH AN I) HALLOWELL. Tne u?*w tieuiner I'f NUosCJT, < n??tiin m&i N Kimkdll, kavet the end of i *. hd?f Button, ?tfery dud Friday eyrniug?? o'c??>cii will be 10 rt*Hd?ne*s 00 her arrival at the above plif s to eonvev vawnucrt to rhe neighboring towns, je 16 5in*rc vl i u nit i,k.aV*.ljjj>iu euhLao oOfc IxiXnENOER ARKJLNGEMENT FOR 1844 I'lic ?ubscrib< rt having complete,! then armureineDts, Vfr ?<>w prepared 10 bnuK out passengers from Great Britain auc Ireland by the following first class packet >hi|'>, one of which will tear* Liverpool uo the 1st, 6th. 1Kb, 16ln, 21st and 26th ol osch month:? Patricii lienrr, New York, Sheridan, Virginia, Liverpool, Cambridge, VI on Iran ma, Siddous, (jeo. Wiuhingtok, Holtingonr Columbus, United Stairs. Kowiui, Aabburion, England, Europe, Steph'n Whitney, Kocheirer, ' adrprudene#, Yorkshire, Garrick, Samuel Hick, Queen of tne Weat, Oilord ermicali-a of passage can b? obtained, and every infarmation will begjv-n to those sending for their frienda, Ok application at eitbei of our n dices. I'liey will alao n- prepared, on the opening of navigatioa, to forward passengers and their luggage to Albany and Troy, and via trie Canal to tiullalo, and all intermediate placaa. To all poru of the Upper Lakea. Via Oswego to Torouto, fort Hope, Cobnrg, Kingatoa, and all parta of Canada Weat. Frora Troy yia Whitehall to Montreal and Quebec, Cana da East via Ohio Canal Irotn CleavG&nd to Portsmouth, < :l cmnati, and intermediate places South West via Philadelphia to Pittsburg,Cincinnati, Lome ville, tad all parts on the Ohio Kiver to St. Louis, Mo ; and to ail parti of Otto, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois and Witcua ?in Territory. REMITTANCES Forthe accommodation ol persons wishing to tend uioue) to thtir friends in the Old Country, HAKNDEN St CO. w ill Give Drafts on any partol England, Scotland or Ireland, paya le at am hi, for sums of El, AS, ?2(1, to El HO?or in any amount to sail the purchaser. OFFICES AND AGENTS Charles Craft, 120 State street, Boston B. W, Wheeler, Union Building, Providence, R. 1. J. W. Milli, 3 Wall street, and 16 Front street, New York. N. (J. Howard, 43 South Third street, Philadelphia, Sandford Ik Shoemaker, T Light street, Baltimore, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. L- S. Littlejohn, 11 Kienamie, Albany N. Y. S. Clark, 1S9 River street, Troy, N. Y. Utica.N. Y. W. A. Cook, Syracuse, N. Y. Rochester, N. Y. W. H.Cook, Buffalo, N. Y H. F itznugh Ik Co., Oswego, N. Y. in Ike, HARNDEN k CO MAftdlslLLba islNis UP FAcKt.Tb m. M m. The undermentioned shi|>e will be regularly dispatched irom .... ships will be regularly dispatched irom hence ?u the 1st, and from Marseilles on the Sth of each month daring the vear as follows:? From New York. Marseilles. MINERVA, Capt. Brown, Dec 1 Feb. 4 TRE8COT T, i apt. Myrick, Jan. 1 March 4 H'llY THOM I'SON,Capt.Sylvester, Feb. 1. April 4 HELLESPONT, Capt. Adama, March 1 May 5 COKIOLANI S Capt. Haile, April 1 Jojic4 1'riev are all copprrrd and copper fastrued, and hare excelleai accommodations lor passengers. The price ol cabin passage will be JluO, exclnaire of wises aad liquors. Gooua id dressed to the agents, BOYD k H1NCKEN, will j for warned 1 rer of other charges than thote actually paid. For freight or passage atplv to LAWRENCE k PHELPS. 103 Front street or to BOYD k HINCKKN, Ag-nu, No 9 Tnotme Buildings. tiKKANGEMEN'l 8 FOR IIMi OLD ESTABLISHED PASSAGE OFFICE 160 Pine street, corner ol South. Ml ?r begs leaye to call liie alien lion of his Iriendi . subscriber legs leave to call I gad the public in general, to the following arrangements lor 1644, for the purpose ol bringing out Cabin, 2d cabin, and steer age passengers, by the Regular Line of Liverpool Packets, sail mg tnr Ist.bth, Itch, I6th, 21stand 26th of every mouth. B> the Loudon Packets, u. sail rom New Vork. the 1st, 10th and Ibth?and from Loudon on the 7th, 17th and '27th of each month, la connection with the above, and for the purpose ol afford ing etill greater facilities to passengers, the subscriber hases tabliaheda reguiar l.neo'i liret class New York bnilt, coppered and copier Hastened tbips, to sail punctually everv week iliroghout the year. F it the accornmudatioa of persons wishing to remitmoney iu th ir I imiliea or friends, drafts are givna, nayableat sight, on l efollowing Banks, vis :? Provincial Bank of Irelaan, payable at Cork, Limerick, Clouinel, Loadonderry, Sligo, VVeilerd, del. ist, Watrrford GaTway, Armagh, Athlnne, Baltina, Praia#, Youghal Coleram, Enniskille Monagliaa, llaabridgv. Baliyineak, Farstmsrewa, Dnwopatnek, Cavaa, Lu.-gac. Ouiagn, Dungaunoa, Sandoa, Flams. dsllys'iaaau 8lrub.cn r, Akibereeo Mallow, Moa-ymore. Contchill, Kilrush, Dublin. Scotlaud?The City Bank of Glasgow. England?M ssrs Sieioner. At wood % Co Unnkers, London; R. Murpliv Waterloo Koed. Liverpool; payable in every towa ia Great Brmsm For farther reformation (if by letter, post paiu.f apply to 1GSF1PH M?MURKAV.ito Pine street, comer of South. N. Y, llr Messrs P W IIVKNEAM O u Waterloo Road, t Sine re Liverpool Fuibrr oi PASSAGE Flja Li.Vr.KPGUL? Tne Pa-ket 11 on tht Captain shin K isi.lUS, ( ,piaii. ( oliius. w,l| ?.ul on tht 2tih ineuni aoJ the I'ai sei ship , (JROPE, I < uiCe-r on it* isi ,%agast, tneir rrgula da s For u,stage, haviua tupen.r aicinu, .uaiio t. apply to JUIlN HF.lU'.vi AN. . .6| 'Fmlh sireot. N U Pateage from trrea' Britain >nd li-land >au -t all ri'net be eu<ised bv ihe r-gnlsr Pacs-t Sup.,(via Liver p iol) sailing e<erv live day,, auddr.fi-f r aoy am taut lor sal-, wtyab'e at <11 the prim iptl bini< mg ina i almas through out Greti Britaiu sad Ireland, on apfliaatiua as abuve. Jy24 vc XT" The shore Botu s- new tin substantial, are famished it n w kid elegant State Rtorus, ano f< speed aad accom no atl ' ate uart valled on rhe HaOeoe ?A/? FOR UIO JANEI-O-PASSAOp: ONLY-To sail 10th Aagusl.-The fast sailing Pat k-1 ship Jmmtmm GAS I ON, Captain Barstow. will i<ositively sail at Shnvt For passage only, having splendid furnished accoui m gat, us. apply on board, at Thome's store, UriuiKlyn. or to yf'tolO. 'r F. K CHI I.INS k < O , VI "bo, h sit-et A Ns. W YGRK ' IL /T ?OA I F Tt-s,\LF. ? he copie-ed and copp-r fastened Pilot Boat VIH flNI A, Will be s tld low For particulars, ipij i iLl,IA-iJ KUvlE.v, 17b Sooth it. jaWlsvTu EXCHANGE ON ENG A v l>, IRELAND .^fiysi ml LAND a all W ? LEA - I ho sub < nh-i hi I si all times lur sale D sftt fr.,10 El to El00", pa I Ihe principal Baukitg lustuuiio, s throughout the Uuitid J(J I-in. JOH N IIERi.iviaN.IiI So I N B Passage to and from Liverp tool ciu lie teem d at the lowt .i rates by a* y ol ihe |,n. 0| (n,i| goatlicLt. 'tfi. lltb, 16th, 2fsL aud 26ih of each mo ith, on ipplt'a ton s ? bow jy!4 ec LODUINUS TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, THE NAG' ? HEAD. Na 3 BaacLar Htbkct. The subscriber having fitted Bp ard newly uicisbed several too ? a counected witn tbit r?i.iplis' amnl. solicits a call frt m ht? friends and \ \^"Sa thepablie. \M| jas byknes. p _Kor:?nlf, a nomber orLouf Benches and Tables. j-92 B KANCH OF THE ALHAMRA. 165 Km' Broadway, on# i'ot ?bo?# ?TFi't ?Thi? will id <u"i>r be < yen .ve-y evenirg, ah*"- can be f> and ihe tame de I? Khf>uI lc??, Fruits, Jellies nud Refreahuuula thai a e served ap it the Broadway Alhamra Time who T lne quiet respectability, ale invited to viait thu fashionable r?tnrt. jy2#2l*ec 29 STOUVENEL fy CO , OOl.n STREET. New York, manufacture all aor'i of GLASS, and cut and match it to any patterns Con am ily on hand, a complete miortrrent ol every description. AH kinda of Glasi made and rut to order 'I hry alto manufacture Solar Lampa, Chand?li?r?, Uiran ?'olei Candelabra*. Suspending Sola', frooi I to 12 lights; Hall L inns and Lan'erna < f anv aiz* and patterr a; al o Cesnphine Lamp ; Aural, al'errd to Solar ( o?iitry merchants and oth er? wi'l fi id it ro their in'creat to Call at above, oral their Ue pot, 3 Johu tlreet, re*r Broadway, where they ran obtain a-li clea of the b-at qoslitv, warranted, and at verF low pnrat, who'etal-and retail Oo"C? loaned for I artiea. jy26 Im're MILLINERY BUSINESS. AVEHY desirable business in >liliioery. with afore, eligi bly situated in Dii iti *n tlreet, innv be had, with immediate intteiaiouil required There it a until aim k of very good millinerv artulea on ha d. which the proprietor w uld tell to her inrreator on moderate terma j2t> Iw're CHEAP CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, HO* PEARL STREET, BETWEEN BKEKMAN STREET AND PECK SLIP. ' |M I b St BSI'RIB:- It.oneof tha pioneera of the caak avitero, * detj et to h ep it before the pub'ie that heenntioo-? to manufrrture every klud of rivil and m l tarv Clothing, of the (inert material*, in the moat sunerinr ?t\le. at low-r > riee* hy twer.tv-five per reut tb?n anv oth-r house cha-gea for the tame qual'ty of aarin'nit. Witoett th efnllowing Iia? of price* - B at topeifine wool bl,ek Liress Coat--*$lf to 20 Pantt of fincy eud pla n black retaiinere-? ? 5 to 8 Vests of all kinds silk. tatin cassiinrre ? ? ? 2X to 5 Oe tb meu who tunplv their own cloth can hava them made in the beit-tvle.at ti e followng pricet Dress Ceait from ?. ? $7 to $8 Pantt " I 50 to 2 Veitt " l.Vt to 2 I jy2? IrnO-c JOHN MOKEAT. EEC OR Q'lNlERIEUR, MOYEN AOE, Sic , 8tc. fpHK SUBSCRIBER hnsing jn.t received f-om Paria a L very . h*?te and beautiful rol'eetinn of highly finished Fresco Decorations for interior embellishment. respectfully in met thr atteulioe ol the gent*y to thia ve-y eit naive a-sort inrni. 1'ne ipralitv anil executioo ol t> ere det gut cannot foil to recommend t' em to roonoiittura in matter* of art.and in rotapariaon with other m-thodt of unbe lithment they will be found in many waya highly advant-ge ut to pnmhdiiers. Apidy to tiEOKUK PLATT, j y 24 I in * rc 12 Spruce Rreet TO THE ADMI'f ER8 AvD < ONNfISEUR8 OF'oTD A VIOLI vS.?SIU'R I). V A LEWI INI b-ga to off r for t ile two ve-y eire leet f'Id Violi -t; one of them ii 137 yeara old the oih-r made by the celebrated Joseph Guami-m, of < remona. and npwardiol loo viars old Apply e.t 3<iB Pearl street. jy24 lw*ec RESTAURANT FRANCOIS. JBONNAKI) 5 N'ttaou Stre-t The P.oprietor ran fear ? I sa'y reci mm-n I 'hit estahl'?hnieut t < general attention It hat tor m-ny years ben couduc'ed in a style. th?t to tr,e brench and Foirigu ie?i<l-ot?, hat affo'ded unive-a-l sntr fac tion. Ili> table abonuda wi'h eiery luxury, the most fastidious rcn reoure, whether in thr English or Emm h aty If of cookery Hi? Win-t bruitt and L-quors, are ol the hetl brands Tli? Waiter? Frem h and Eug ith, p- l'te, aud the general arrange mei ta of the tables, in a cool and airy aaioon, 'or private audio cial pa'tiei. not to be equalled. J. BO \ NA'tD. j- 21 Im* rre i Naitau it TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS, TRAVELLERS. ' AN'> OT iERS.?A maguiliceut and elegautle itniihed attoiiment ? fttt'ped Shirtv, well adapted to tl e S uthero tnar h t, can be had on very retinnahte iJrmt, by apulvtug at 80 PiBa slip, corue- of Wate . The tupply it unlimited JOHN CLAY, corner of P.ke and Water, jy23 l-o?re 80 Pike atr-et. Packet .-HIP 8IOOON8, FROM LlVa. Pf'OL, dircba-ging under geueral order. All goudt no' permi ted will b* ??et to tl e Pub'icSt>re. jv23ftrc LAuCie, HUtr.M IN BROaUW AV ?Wanted, a large itooin, with tw< small ouea attachrd, in Broadway oriti vicinity, b tween I'.ark Row and Niblo'a (Jaiden Apply at 77 CtiMiiibrrs street. jy21 ec OFFICE OF THE ALBANY AND ROCHESTER RAIL ROAD COMPANY. CtNtDDiiaui, Bth July, 1844. M"OTICE it hpreby given that the Diiector* of this Con pa 4.' ny harp thu day uec'ared aaeiiu annual dividend 'I four l*r cent, payable <>u thp lit day of A ugust neat, out ol the nptt profit* of their business for the cnrreut ?i? mouth* Stockhold er* wh"se *tock i? register* d iu the City Transfer B ok? lor this Company will rec uve payin-nt at the Bank ol thektateo! Ne - Y or* ; and (hot* whose stock is registered in the book* kept at Canandcigna. will recei?? pa*meut ut lhi? office. The Booki lor the transfer ol stock will beclosed on the 2 ?t iustaut for ten day*. CHAb. THOMSON, Treasurer. ji3toAl rc TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS with good pan- I tries attached to them, in a large and airy house 106 Duane street, a few doors from Broadway, west side. ?French ?p"ken in the heuse. jy4 lm * m ~ BREWERY AND FAR.. FOR SALE?'I tie sub scriber offers for sale the old established " Berkshire I hr"?'rr " ?" 1'iiulipld, Mass , ooe Oille Irom the Oieat WesL'tu ail road It is iu good r pair, most oi the utensils ! nearly uew. and capab'e ol hrewiugdbbO barrels a reason Malt house attached capable of mailing 6000 bushels per au i.uui rew country breweries possess the same adyaulage* ' of doiug a safe and profitable businesi, situated in the centre of a mar uracluring district, where the Consumption ol ale is rapidly increasing. The larin consists ol 72 seres. 30 of which is ? ell timbered, | the rest under cultivation, w. II fenced ai d good buildings. Will be sold separately or together. Tcrrrs easy. JA.V1E8 ROY. West Troy, Albany County, July 10th, 1844. jlStfrc FUR MALE OR TO LeT?Tlie handsome thre 1 story brick House and Lot No. 7i Anthony stieet, near ,Bio.idwav. To be sold on easy terms, or will be rented owtuag ml tenant. A pp. y to HAMILTON FISH, ieir lr?w'w *rc II Pioestreet. BOOTS AND SHOES. 0. G. PAGE, M7 rEARL str-et. WOULD RESPECTFULLY inform thepnblic __ that he has reduced his prices to snit the times. and oilers line Call Bouts at $3,iO and $4,00. JBooU maue to oidet fo $0 00 N B ?B uts by the ens' from $1.50 to $3.60 j 26 I mend ? rc J FOR THE FErbT ~ JOHN WHYTE'S is the place you can^g^BI_ find a great variety of Boots and bhoes. i lease give him a call, and you will find that to. cheat ness. up.tnesv lash on and durability, his st ick is unsurpassed by auv in the ci.y. Store No. 13 1 hird Avenue, between 7tk and dill Slteet jy3 lin*e CU.VlFOKl'AoLe, OUAKl .?Several very pleaaanl, airy and commodious rooms to let, handso j'ly furnished or unfurnished with bo,cd Families and siug .e uenuemen will do well to call without delay, and secure rooms in this establishment, (recently op ned ) where the cumfortsnl a 'Hums." will be found, No Bu While street, a few doors east if br- adway. je28 lin"rc D. M PEYSER & CO., No. 00 John street and 380 Broadway, HA ? E received by r. cent arrivals and seep cou.tautly on hand, a large and tasi li I selected assortme ,t ol eienrhand (1 rinan articles lor embroidery and lacey goods, which they offer lor sale at whole.ale and retail, vix : ? Berlin hyr Wor.t-d, Here an Worsted, Canvass, Floss Siik, ( h mile, and a variety of other articles lor Emoroiderv branch I'uise Twist, shaded and plain; g<lt and silvcr'd Beads Purse Ornaments, bracelets, et Combs and Brace lets. Wire baskets gilt and steel Clasps for Bags and Purses; gil. and silver'd Hair I'ins. Combs, FriLget, Braids, Cord, t'esseis, Nei klacrs, Sli es Ike A splendid assortmeut ol ail kind of Tasselg, Chenille Cord and Che-ille Embroidered 9"t?eoders and Susp-nder Trimmings, Silk, Worsted and Cotton Fringes, and Oimp, in ail colors and qua lities Oiled Silk, F'reach manufacture, white, yellow and green. J y 24 3ui ec EDUAKD LIPPOLD, No. 103 Wllllnm Strt?-t, ns-nr John, HAS RECEIVED by late arrivals, and k*eps co. stoutly on hand Ee.hyr Worsted, beat quality, by the bale, or to suit purchas- | ers. Taprstrv Worsted, do for fancy knitti. g. Chine Worsted, do do do i. auvass, in Silk, Cotton, Wars.ed, Linen, of all widths and SII-S. Berlin Emhrnid'ry Patterns, a most eg ensiye assortment. Purse 1 wist, plain and shaded, French, English andHerman Ch mile, plaiu diid shaded; Embroidery I,hen lie. 1*. rloruiej Paper, all stars Held and silver braids, Cords Thread, Tas-els. B ads Hold Surer an i S eel; Pu-se Uiiiys. BuglrS. (limps aid Friuges, of every style and pattern, French and English. Ciod and Tassels. Bindings,Tapes, Fancy Buttons. For sale on libe a' emit 12^ lm*m Krtt LONDON?Regular Packet ol tne l.t ?' <#JWW A nuns'?The lirt class last tailing regular packet MaMBfashi, I'RI VCE ALBEuT, Captaiu Sebor.will tall at ab ve her regular day. Having very sutierior accommodations for cabin, second ca bin ami steer ge pitsengers. persons intending to uniaik should mike lunnediate api licsti 'U ? n bri'rd, loot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH Mc vl C HR \ Y, 14H' P,ne street, corner ol South st. The above will be succeeded by ihe packet ship Toronto, Captain Oriswold, and tail ou the 10 h of August N M Persons desirous of tending for their Iriends, can hive them broug t out u the above vessel or any ol the regular pack ets tailiik W'Ssly by applying as above, if ny letter putt paid P. v. Dialts given, piy-ble at sight for any amount, ou the Provincial < auk ol Ireland.payable at their respective branch 's throughout tils couuir?; alto ou Mrstis. Sponner, Atw ml to Co . Ha ken, London, payable in every town in Oreat Britain jtMoslrc idac Kill LI VEKPOOL?It'gular packet of the 6th Augus.?i he first class, fast tailing, regular packet JUfaA&.m,. INDEPENDENCE, Capta n Nye, will tail at . aer rtguiar day. .laving superior aicommodations fin cab u, second ca in ami per.-ge passengers pertoi t intending lo?in >aik tm uld make imm -diate tppiic tlion ou "Oaid, foot ol Maiden Lane, or lo Junr.Prf Mc.ViUrtR.v >, 100 Pine sticet, corner of South The Indeyent'encv wi'l b-tin ceeded by the sple did packet ship Samuel Hicks ( p in 8 li Bunker, aud will sail ou the llili Augui I, be i.g her irgulki day. I eft .lit oesirous ol sending lor their frieuds, can have th?m br ught ml in eith r of (he above vase-Is or in any ol the regular packets, tailing werkly, by applyiug as above, if |i< let er, post paid. I' S Drills given, payable at sight for any amount, on tbt Pr. viocial Bank ol Ireland, payable at their retp cive brant li e* throughout lb* Country; also ok Messrs. Spouuer Atwood it to, bankers. London. p.>ysbl* in evrry town in (Jre.t Bii ; no j>26?c BLACK BALL Oic OLD LINE OFUVi.KPOOL Pa kkte FOR LIVERPOOL?Only regular Packet of the st of August ?T..e celebrated fa.i-viliig tavnte jl' set bhip EU itOPE. Edward O. Furner, ? oin wilt sail positively eu 'l hursday, 1st n| August, her tegular day I is w-il known to the travelling public that he gccommo duioito1 ihr Europe, and all the eigtu slops corm rising itiis line, ere f-i id out iu a superior manner for cabin, second cabin ami s- erage p s.e?gera, Invuig verv lofty and well ve t-.a ed aelw en decks, lie. She hat -Iso a hout on duck, wh ch will haudt' mely , ud c. inf .rt bly accommodate lour resectable pssiei g rs who Wish l . ha tell ed. I I o-e returning o visi ting i he old country will (lid it to 'heir int o*'ami <ornlou to av ill themselves of this very de itable e. oiveyajce b -rte.i,,. of i a*' age, and to s?iuie ihe best berths early gpplieatloi ,h aid lie a > de on board, fool t f Bret nun street, <>r to t tnbscr u.-is Hot,11E, BHO'l HERS h CO. 35 Fnlton st. JlMial re nesi.dimr to the Fulton Bank. FOR HAVKe?The superior copiteied French harqae I.Nt AS, Ckpt. (lervais (foods will slso he ken for flordeani For freight or passage apply lo BOYD fc IIINCKFlN, BrokertT 9 Tontine Building FAUL DE ROCK'S WORKS. COMPLRTR FOR ONE DOLLAR. ABKAUTlkUL. illustrated mliuuii of all the acknowledg ed work* ul l.harlrs Paul di- Kock,Willi ilia aaibur'a |>or irait and biography, is now ready for delivery ai IUI Nassau at. New York?price our dollar UeKock's novels," says the Loodou Examiner "arc the rii.hrst, ibi at kumorooa. moat rxei ting, and inos. pot alar s nes of tictions liai hart evrr ai peered iu any Inuguog- N greet is thr -xciu-meit about them in Kraneo Si.JlMigl.uid, mat blackwuod'a Magat as aaya? 'The people iu both couu lies apiest tu 1 a*r foig< tlrn all thor olh n ai lliorv anil guue l'anl Ur Kock mad " Tli.s million la br.u tils,l> printed on superfine inner, auu coutaiuaarvrn hand mi targe lanra of rloamy printed intiter. 1 hr work la mailable, and R'ay br arul by |Miat tbrougi oat th* United State* or the Canada* at a trifling tipsnar AL oid*ra for onr copy of iha work moai contain our dollar, be friuiked or poat p. id, and di rectvd t > Hoi laud it Glnv-r, l>2 .Nanui at., New York. Six copies w ill be aetil for li e ? oil >r? Thr fade tupplimi o. th usu I t rnu, jyl lmdltW *ac IMilENnK. l.vil'iiu'l a i luN UK fcltESH T?AK. IT'S YOUK OWN KaUL'1 IK YOU DH1NB BAD '1 E A ! Fivt Pounds of Fine Tea for Three Dollars! THE only esubl shmrnt in th a couutrv in a positioa to aril you Tea of an line a quality and at so reduced a price. Compare, taarr, and judge for yoursrlvra. NEVV YORK AMI CHI,* NA TEA COMPANY, 88 Catharine j 17 lm*rc 88 Catharine atieec, New York. K T CHRIMTIAiNMON. Manager. T'Ahh NOTICE?The subscriber continues to practice oa i the same teruia that he has for the last ten years past la the city ol New York, namely?to attend to ferry branch of sick ness lint llie human nat ire is subject to, particularly in au> h cases as air of long standing and appear incurable He wishes such to call on him, and titey shall receive the first medicine sod attendance gratis. Office No. 57 Kesde street a Irw doors north Irom Broadway. 8. HEINE, M D.. jig Irn'r- Orrnsnr Phvsiriaa. MAKES?DUUbHh AND bUNGLE ACTION. A'I 385 BROADWAY. | K BROW Nib begs to call the atlsotion sf admirers of J ? this delightlul inslrninent, to the large and elrganL assort ment ol lla-pe lie hits or sale at 388 Broadway. The brilliancy of tone, lightness of touch, and elriraut finish of these Harps, vnnuoi be excelled and very ssldom equalled. They have nil the modern improvements of London and Parts, and at Europe au prices. i> arrant li to bear the test ef climate. Harps repaired J. K BROWNE It CO., (Makers from Krard, Condon.) 385 Broadway, and 73)4 chambers street. N. Y. Established IB 10. Just received, a lew copies of Bochsa's last instruction Book for llis Harp Also, a fine lot of Strings jy4 lmdltltw?rc J BENNETT, mipoiier and unuufuciurer of Italian, En ? gluli a-.d Kranch ->tiaw Goous, 21 John street. The sub scriber would respectfully call the atteution of th- ladies in particular, to his ,\eipolilau ai d Silviao Hair Bonnets, which are ol the finest leiiure. and sold at uiucn reduced in ice*. Also, a lull auu choice stock of all foreign atylaa, as Victims, En gli-o and Kreuch, Uuustable, it . 4tc. P. 8. Orders will be taken and executed in a Style not to be equalled iu this country. jyU lm*CC_ dlWAhWAl AOjkliNisi lilE VVUKJjD. rplU8 uoted thnnoughfare is aow admitted to be the greatest A mart lor the tale of gentlemen's wearing apparel in the United States, and the impression that haa heretofore rusted ia the ia mils of many that "purchasers in Broadway are obliged to pay an etorbitaul price for an article of dress," is fully re united, from the known reputation as to the charge* established by KUWAll!/ KUX, proprietor of the City Cash Tailoring establishment, No. 203 Broadway Here is an advantage to merchants and others visiting tins city to avail themselves ol an outfit from a very extensive assortment of ready made clo thing, manufactured from th* beat materials and in the inost uishiouable style. The attention of tne public is particularly called to visit this establishment and exaimn* the late style ol twilled and iancy l.assimere Office Kroeks, designed lor tne ap proaching season. Also, an assortment of rich Chene Velvet and Brocade Vest mirs, Kancy Kreach Moths and Gassirncres, hy the late arrivals Irom the cclcbrattd manufactory of K. Bioiley Kits, and se lected expresaly lor theapring fashions. Garments superbly made up to order, aed if required at a lew hours notice. EDWARD FOX. Cur Cash Tatlortig Establishment. Ml Broadway, below V'ultonst. m8trn*er ECONOMISES, HO!! rPHE BEST, CHi-A 'EH T and NEATEST CLEANING A tud lepamug of O n s' Garments it done at 130 N-ssau street, where a farg- sioc i o- seasonable Clothing is always on hand. A reat>eciable auu may be had for t*. Cash paid lor Clothing. Keinember 130 Nass.u street, jy20 tin* tc GEO LEV1EJ BII.MaKDS?Players or purchasers arriving in thia city will find Slate, M.ubl*, Metallic and Mahogany Tables, a greater variety then at auy otlie. place, with all the k uropenn luipruveiiieuu, at IIAHSKOKJ'b ROOMS 149 Kullou, |J4 Auu, aud 4-iu Broad ay; 18 Paules ready for p aymg or lor sale; just added, three sables with cushions so elastic that ? lev. II angling cuslin us can be bil bv a single stroke! This I to not be do. e on any other table iu the known world. The maker will bauk Table for Table against any that can be pro duced iu ote mouth from this date. Seen Diagram ef this stroke iu the Sunday Atlas aud l imes. jy 17 lm*ic STHANuEUS vis-ltu* the city will find it wortny their at tention to notice Bit'gar a tteposnory of Kiue Arts, where they will find a choice collection of Trints after the old mas lers, such as Raphael, Carracci, Reubens, 1'emers. P. Potter, Berghem, Vaudyke, Sic. many of which are not to be found in any other collection in the country Also, modem line En gravings, Hk-tch's by Cruickshank. Seymour and Scrap Prints, from 12)4 cts p- rdozen; laucy Stationery .Grate Aprons, Drapery for Glasses, (tc. J AS. B. BIGGAR, 67 Canal street, jy'2 lm'rc uear Broadway. BEEF! BEEF! BEEF! ON HAND AND KOR SALE, in leu te suit purchasers, at VALENTINE'S, 48 Fulton Market, 150barrels Extra Miss Beef, a choice article, all selected pieces; 245 barrels City laspected Mess Beef, warranted; aud 1UU half barrels of Kamily Beef, very fine, intended for the southern market. The above Beef is packed ia a careful and judicious maaaeil and will keep good in any climate withuutgetting lots It. Re member VALENTINE'S OLD ESTABLISHMENT. ir?!4 tin*?# Vc, 41 filtoi M*rlr*t *RENUH CHINA. KfcMUVhi) TO No. 66 L I B E R T Y STREET (UP STAIRS.) ADALKSMK, Importer and Ageut foi Manufacturers, luu ? always on hand a lame assortment of dinnei and tea sets si ma while and gilt krench Porcelain, as well as uiouer and les -rtPlatea, of all sizes, assorted Uislies, Soup Tureen.. Cot** i e ishea, Salad Howls, kruit Baskets, Custard* end ?uui i ? Also, i''ancf Tea Sets, and ltich Decorated Dinner Bets. .Also, Tea and Chocolate Ware, Greek. k reach and Amen cue snare All the articles are warranted of the best quality, and to be told on liberal terms, ,u lots to smt purchasers. ntrU e?o?rr MEDICAL NOTICE. STRANGERS AND CI I iZK ve allLcted with any form or Tisrirty of Syphilitic Mercurial or other disease, tr who liari' been only half cured by quacks, hail belter carefully pt i use the foil) wing truer :? or Cooper?Sir: Last .July; 1 contraced a certain private diseas*, and immedialely ai plied to a doctor, who pr.imiscil to cure uir in a week. 1 continued with him two mouths, hut was gradually Retting worse ; 1 tri-d oue after another, all the advtrlisiug ao'tnrs.and each one promised positively to cure me 1 at lecg.h discovered the object of tlie.e men was money, and tuat they wire not doctors. 1 concluded to go iu to the hospital where the doctors kept me ut.der a coarse of n.ercury for eight weeks; my throat and nose were ulcerated, l ains In all my joiuis, and my body covered with ulcere. 1 W is a complete skeiriou: the doctors considered it dtngerou, to give me uiy more medicine, and ad vied H southern clim.it *. I left the hoti it I, aud ny advice of several friends, placed iny sell under your care on the first of January last. 1 am now '.veil and restored to perfect lie?lth I wish th*s published. THOMAS OREEN, Carpe iter and Joiner, Harlem, N. T. Dr. Cooper warrants to cure every case no in iter how ling stauding, of Oitet. Stricture and S miual Weakntss, and mild c.ues ol private ina adies cured in 48 hours without interfering wiln ihe patieuts habits. Dr. 'moper's office 14 Duaue street, two doors front Chatham at. No cur* no pay. jylT lm*rc MEDICAL AND SURGICAL OFFICE. | hOCTOR JOHNSON, IT Duaue street, so well known b l-7 the victims of Syphilitic diseases, as the most successful practitioner that New York can boast of. in the treatment o I this destructive and almost unmanageablt malady, it still to hi found at his old office Dr. Johnsou can satisfy any one thai he is legally qualified to practise I'hysic and Surgery?that he possesses a knowledge ofgeneral disease superior to threefourthi of your general " Physicians"?and that his skill in the treat meat and proper management of every variety of Venerea! Disease and Stricture of the Urethra, is pre-eminent. My i ntientsare not only from every Part of the United States, but 11 ey come from the West Indies and Canada. I cure on an a eragetOO patients a year I discountenance quackery in any Co m.and therefore take thin method of informing strangers, ant! pe.-.ons in the country where they can find a physician ski I In) j t.ii* treatment of their disease. Every case 1 undertake 1 care, or make no charge. No matter how long you may have (Meet, Htricture, Ulcers upon the body, or in the throat, or nose, pains in the head and bone* of the legs, 1 will aud cancuir von. if yonr case is enrable. Constitutional Weakness, some timescalled Seminal Weakness, brought on by a seciet habii indulged in by yoong meu. I have paid much attention to the treatment of this malady Many an unfortunate victim of this unnatural vice has e?peri, need uiy salutary treatment. Dys pepsia, weakness ef the limbs and small of the back, contu sion of intellect, forgetfulnrss, palpitation of tne heart, tversiou to society, are only symptoms of this complaint ? M my directions are loiiewed. I guarantee a cure, l ost paid letters, with statement ol case, containing SI for advice, attend ??d to. Observe, Office IT Duane street, one door from Chat 4|fl| StWfft ivIT PARK'S L.1FE FILLS. rPHE PROPRIe TORS of this valuable and successful medi J- ci r, cake leave to lufoun the public that they are receiving resh proo's of success Irom ev ry section of t.ie country, 'i he .igeuts lor the retail ol this iuyaiuble medicine, (not oi ly in >ew York.) but in rvery city and ,own in .he Unilrd States, are those whose high respec'ability is a sufficient warrant fir the absence of quackery, und a guaiantee that It is compuundeil aud dispensed upon the cerrect principles of pha uiac utical knowledge snd cipericqce. In t allot tills fact, as n slight Ciami for the patronage of those whose health require ih t their svsteois should b" ca eluily guarded Irom the u.jury ofieu in flicted by preteude-s 11 the healing art; they are also defending themselves from the imputation of Drug venders of a nostrum, invi'u ed by iguoiauce ucd made an article of sal* by cupid,tv. Parr's l.ife fills are not oftxis period?the antiquity ol nearly t ,ree hundred years throws a halo of truth round the d scovrry, which ihi* ? phemeral productions of theday can lay no claim to. k r the truth of this, ihe propnoiois call the attention of the public to a work of the "Lite and Times of I homas I'arr," who lived to the unusual and patriarchal ag* of 154 V am, and whose length ol life, under Providence, was sole ly* altributible to his temperate habits, aud the corrective ni - pl ed to lus sytt-m by the use of the medicine u?w widely known through Ihe world as Part's Lite fills. The truth of this is rer ilieil by his last will aud testament, which mar be veen to tills nay la the Registry Ol Wills,to Doctors'Commons, London. Th* Proprietors have frit it their dnty to the pnblie to state these lacts, altnough esteusire advertising lor.nsno part of their stilem or nnsmess. Thepieieui sale of 25c.- t boles in New York is a sufficient proof'of rherscellenceoi the medicine;and by tli- lollowing eumc;* from the DiUggists who act as retail agents in the southern and norlh-ru cities, its uuustnl usa uid efficacy proves the simple axiom, that 'as ? tfeets follow causes,' so, when once Parr's Life Pills have been used in a family, it su,ei.edes the use of all other medicines, ?'ue of us *r* atcsl ciaims to distinction being when once tried it is never abandoned. THO-. HUBERTS I* CO., J14 lm*re No |iv rnlfns streat. I17ATKK POWER? kol sale or to let. in la.gr or suiall *? quauiiti-s, first rate hyd-anlic privileges, kt the lowest prices, suiuhl* lor any kind of Mills or Manufacturing establishment*, at Bomerviile, New .Jersey, only three bouts ride from New York. Applv to LOOM IS It LYMAN. |e? tin * re Nil 11 VVsll.s'met. ni> naif* HOUSTON, M D? DENTIST, No 4 PARK PLAi K. jv2 ?r*wlm*ro PHE A lor JONES' ITALIAN CHEMICAL SOAR. IK MOsT blessed and wonderful remedy ever discovered for the certain and permanent cure ufall Diseasesaod Eruptions of the Skia, Pimples. Salt llheuin. Scurvy, Blotches; in fact, any disfigurement; but the pnblie must be os their guard against DISHONEST COUNTERFEITERS, who attempt to counterfeit this rateable, and in its wonder Working effect, blessed article. Header, he not deceived. Ash lor Joues' Italian Chemical Soap, if they offer you another do not touch it. II yon use it, lis d imerous or useless Ash u.trticularly lor Jones's Italian Chemical Soap. We positive ly warreni the above to be its real qualities; it also ia the most surprising insane Changes dark or yellow skm To a healthy, fine clean.ess. Many inay tiunk its powers esnggerated; In inch try it oner? il h is in nnndreds of cases c.lei.ren the shin ol freckles, let. suuDum, inorphew; it can also be conscientiously recominenu ed for old sores, ringworm, and sore heads Physicians can be referred to who use it daily in their practice. Bnt mind it ie Jones's Soap has done, and still effects thet' cores, Get it no where else in this city bnt at the sign of the American Eagle. <t Chatham street, and >21 Broadway, N. V; in Boetoa at ludding'e, I State street; Zeiher, t Ledger Bnild ? ags, Philadelphia; yd' Kiag street, Charleatoa, 8 C.i Utah. L.?easier. Ps-i aud Mn-lHayy.' MFeltoawtrectaBrooklya, L. lei sad jyt im*ea GENTLEMEN'S LEFT OFF WARDROBE* THK HIGHEST PHIL KB cau bo obtained by Uautlameu A or Families who are desirous of converting their left off wesrum apparel into cash. To Families and Ueatlemen quitting the city or changing residence, having any superfluous eflecu to dispose ?f, will tred it much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will attend at their residence by appoiatuieu J. LKV1N8TYN, 4M Broadway, op stairs. A liue through the Post Office, or otherwise, will receive prom, t attention. j>M lm*rc LEECHES! LEECHES!! LEEUHES!!! OA |)|)|1 L.tKUh and heal by Swedish Lee.lns, of supe ?jv/jvrv?v/ ,joiq ality.Jnst weivcd per ship Howard, uon Hum ourt. for sale at the lowest market price, at O A kH WH1TTE. jyl9 lm?rc Importers ol Leeches. M lohu stre.t, N. Y TOBAUL.U?FINE CU1 AND BMUKIM1.-Heating in A clined to close up an interest in a Tobacco Manulaclory, 1 now otter for sale a quantity of prime line cut and smoking Tobacco, papered up in the usual way, at very reasonable pri ces. I beg to call the attention of YV astern Merchants and other buyers to this, the quality ol the tobaeco being of the vary bast uo prices by lar lower than usual, mf trs'rre IriHN H FABKK. No, I New at. pOTTON DUCK.?201 bales American Pilot Duck.com v prisiug a compl te assoitmeut Iroin ."No. I ti 3?Also estra >0. 1 aud 3, ui-ui fictared ei rrsny for pilot toats, and in every respect a very superior article, for sale m lots to suit pur eliasers, ou reusouaule terms, by E. K. COLLINS St CO. jyll 36 Bourn ?>reet GENUINE TEAS, WHOLESALE AND RET AIL. THE CAN'ION TEA C OMPANY, PRINCIPAL STORE 1*1 CtiATHAM ST., N. Y Branch Stum, #1H Bleecker street, Nme York. ,*#1 Or and street, rwor Suffolk, 191 Greenwich, near Fulton. 116 Fulton strest, Brooklyn. Alto, Corner of Maine and Houton street, Patterson, IV. J. And 46 Aforth Fifth itreat, Philadelphia. INVITE THE ATTEN I ION OF CITY AND COUN I TRY FAMILIES AND PURCHASERS to their several establishments, where they think will be found by far the besi selections of pure and undulterated Teas in the United Hlau>? The universal popularity and renown of their house with reference to high qualities, low prices and upright dealing, is too well understood to render further comments necessary. Original and only Warehouses lor the sale ol iiowqua's Black Tea. "Observe ! !Strangers will be particular to remeinbci the number of the principal store in Chatham street, viz : 1*1, between Pearl and Rosevslt streets, The public will also be ' leased to takr notice, that the Canton Tea Company have Bo ttling to oc witn any otneratores except those described at ih* . ?l tint eesreifiaMSMeei sots !.???? WATCHES, WATCHES ANU JEWELRY. I'HUSE who wish to purchase Oeld or Silver Watches, Oold Ch-.ins, Gold Pencils, Keys, he. will fiud it greatly to their advantage to tall ou the subscriber, who is selling all descriptions ol the above at retail much lower than at any other house in the city. Oold Watches as low as $20 and 123 each. Watchee and Jewelry exchanged or bought. All Watcuet warranted to.keep good time or the mouey returned. Watches and Jewelry le pa'red m the best manner, and warranted: at much leu than the usual prices. G. C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, je2S liu're Wholesale and retail. Id Wall ai up stairs A CARD-TO STOVE DEALERS. TXTEtaka the liberty of itformin i you that we have entered ' v ilij , opartuership in the wholesale Stove busineaa, under the firm of R U. b lNCtl h CU. (successors to the late Wui. Cuuuiughaui, dtceas (1) aud shall introduce into maiket the present season, a vanety ol new p iteiui, coniprihi g as good au assortment ol Cook, Parlor, Hall and Office slMV ES, >.s ? au be louud in auv one store iu trie Mate; bring practical louu dry tnen, and liaviug be.towed great pains iu the ennst,action of our patterns. win, h make theiu superior to most Stores now iu market, aud bring prep ued to mauulacture them extensively, w ith the 1 icililies ? I mauu ac.uring as cheap as the cheapest, we are enabled to tell ou the very beat mois. We would be plea.ed to have y-.u call u*d examine our ar.i cles prerioui to maaiug your purchases. Very respectfully yours, R. R. FINCH, URiAH HILL, Ju. WM. oOnD tiAN, E 11 FINCH. 211 Water street, New York, and Peekskill, West, heater County. j > 26 Im-ec HYGEIAN INSTITUTE, 47 WARREN Si'Ke.ET, N. Y.> Consulting Physician, J, STEPHENS, of King's college Ik Guy's Hospital, London. DARTiCULAN attentioa will be devoted to disraaea of the A organs of Generation, embracing Barrenness and trie dis eases of hetnalvs, linputeucy, Syphilis and Gonorrhoea, tns treatment ol which have become disgraceful to the regular phy sician, and consequently fallen into the hancs of a despicable set of men, to whom the p,under ol their Patients is the only object, and 3 long catalogue of dnseuset entailed on generations ui come. Dr S also solicits the patronage ot the public iu the gene al pract'ce of Medicine and Midwifery, and confidently submits his taleuis to the scrutiny of a judging puulic. Hr will be happy to forward advice and meuiciue in theabov branches of the profession, to persons residing at a distance, upon an accurate nesciiption ol the symptoms, aud the latter enclosing a fee. Let Una ueed u vt be post-p.id. None will be relused relief on account of poverty, and all may restussured that a permanent cure will be effected without endangering the future happiness of the patient; all that science can do will be done to secure a speedy convalescence. Office hours Irom 10 till 12 A. M.; 2 till* P M. Advice on the Diseases of Females gratia from 0 till 10 A. M., Sundays nelnded jv4 lm*r< jj. ?? ')?"*?? insugAitcg ooMnni,( r>nu -? No. M Wall it, opposite the Exchange. J illb Oornmr eoatiuues to Insure against Lou ud U* usee by h ire, on good*, ware* and merchandise, and als< ?gainst lost by in,and ??<? cargoes Thomas W. 1 home, Elisha Kings. ?nu"u ? VVWffl' Aniou Baker, S. K Kobson, M. 1)., Joseph Drake, Thomwea t-nce, Joseph Allen. f1?"* 1James E. Holme. John K. Davidson, John P. Moore, te*'. June. K. Whiting. Caleb C.Tunis, Wm. K. Thorn, f r?nc" Thomas Mortell, Juris (/. Marritf, Kugene Bovaft GEO. T. HOPK.efeS^8 HOK* PfB"^ TEETH ! TEETH !! TEETH !! ! CHEAPEST OPEUA'i 1NU OKKICa. in the city. Price. y .educedIbfty per cttt. N J'AVluK, Burgeon Dentin, t>r jl&ac oro&uivdy KiLrdCtirm . ... ......... ... ... 05 biugje Aouth, oh pivot ,'i ??'?? 00 Killing Teeth... !.V.7.7.'*|.**.1" All operation, warranted at thi. office. jyl iu,erc JOSHUA GAKSED ic CO., . majsufaci urers OW1 "?! A * HHKAi)H, shoe Thread, .nper sail Twine V/ (Jibing 1 wine, I.arpel Warp, and Ha* and Tow Kama NO. 7 BURLING SLIP, NA'JT YORK. je? ?n?u? . ON THE CUKE OF oTKlCTUJIE. IN AbuKMEKADVEHTISEMENTON BTKIOTUKK _h P4'"taken to eaplam iu nature?the diseases which were mistaken lor it?it. consequences and it. cure? ,mtatnctore frequently Mixta in those who arr ?ot ud the leaf I aware of it. 1 hoie, however, occupying ton much apace, the following remark, will be confined to certan SSTeSSr?. will enable one to judge whether he has thu complaint 01 no, aod it. proper mean, of cure Among other think, it was remarked,that it was by no meant accessary that the atteam ol urine should be obstructed, or eeei much diminished, in a case of.tricture; this, indeed, occnr. i. Bad and long established case., but stricture may exist f?n months and even years without producing any striking changr i l,h.rMD?sl" Ne'th.r 1111 ewesnkry there should be pain, 01 any thing directing the attention to the seat ol this uisease rain, certainly, is now ana then complained of, but it is onl t when inflammation happens to be superadded; and. with re gard to other effects, especial y of early case.,these are observed i. VJpon "?e "?"?land ne voussystem,rather lhan the part it **'? fhere are,however,I ireecircunialances which moat peculi jfiT-M10"'t0 V"'Vure'' "Awpec'allT when they meet together, should never be lost sight oC but lead to immediate meant 01 ?i?re' Ji T.oth<J ?ymi;"'ni? might be mentioned, but most ol these belong to other maladies as well or relate to stricture in iu more advanced and settled form, while the following three be long to stricture in it* Ma It stage, and when it is to easily and certainly removed. 1 he first of tliese relates to Ink Manner of URiNATiNe.-?it by bcea already said the stream need not be much diminished or impeded, but what w to be observed is the peculiar way in which it finishes, if i, imfUlSSFi' V*" clotha* re-adjusted, that a drop or two should steal sway .o as to wet a little, tkit, trilling as it may teem, would afford a strong suspicion Wot that this drop ' or two can proceed from no other cause whatever; but, certain ly, no stricture can .list without it. The next is A HE 1 1MB A FORMER UONORRMCBA MAT MATR REMAINKIj UncukKii ?A gonorrnoea, though not the only, is by far hie most frequest cause of stricture It is not iu severity to much as the length of lime its gleety stage may have remained thai if to be confidered Neitr.er if it potfible in every cyf to state how long this may continue without producing Stricture fo one ia naturally mora disposed to Stricture then another.' II aowever. it should have continued from aix to eight weeka' thia length ol time at least would streuftbss any other tutpi ciouicircumstance, i'he third if The Errec-T a Strictum: has crow the MihD.-Notk ing ia more certain than that the effect of Stnetnre ia to denies. S&XyXfi!^ W """i1 eaer*r- Not that thia ia com plained of in theaame degree by every individual, but it ia so common, in one degree or other, that the writer rarely see. a case of Stricture in which the patient doet uot observe thai he is not so .active, or capable of business as formerly. This though little understood, but it ia un questionably tree. Indeed, whoever consid.rs the natural con nection of mind and sexual organs, will easily imagine that, as there is a medium by which thr mind to powerfully acts upon these organs, so, through the same medium th. sexual orgaus !Srhip?,r?t ',nln;!' ;1'"' however i, better explained " a he 1 rivnte Treatise of the author, a little volume which is sent to many, par -ol the world. As the cure of Stricture pro r"jda,the activity of mind invariably returns. W i tli respecttr The Cure of Stricture-una, it ia gratifying to ?tote, ia generally accomplished in very little tune, and without ?r'?.^JnCOI1Te?i!,oce- ^?'hing can exceed the improvement of late years in the treatment of this complaint. Indeed in the hand, or p.oper and experienced persons, the cure ofSuieture man.h! Rcc(,.m',,,ahed m aa many days as formerly it demanded ares^to this Hftv'TJH?"* C0J"aU 'he writer who come on bus, y.H"* . 'T S short lime only but retnrn perfectly Z2IZ?ft1'* "Ij** h**" 4 source of trouble and anxiety for ?This owB^neea7;? cannot lhr" homes Uie writer furnsh Treat.sJ^" if n* 01 cnre, together with his "Private r .Ti ' "bich haf an ia terMtmg chapter, giving evvrv infor Sr',lU?uh,lmJ? ?U^JPCt' Md *r"u'n '? 'he Plainest manner, uii s "PPortunity of saying that he out be Wi^-s" hf. T'?r d,rM~ "J*"* ** hS "Private ?V?7tTa,^ .,0 dwelling hotue, No. M Ureenwich street, ' LB eoasequence ol the number of pretenders 2wm^k?S?.IlfahBrT WIh'ehikfca' this city, he deems it pro eoLfmiSJ. .a ^ 'lowing statement,as a satisfactory ground ?l Mklldence to strangers. Besides hia rank aa Graduate ^'nl'1u'?h, Ac. ko. he ha. been engaged m the f.^T dn-ases, both ia Hospital and city prac three eluiooi0!!?' "t yeara, and has publish'd .mniimrh 7- expressly on them Alio that he has _ 'ru,n 'he moat eminent Phvaictaaa imtturop* to the niosi r ff America?as Sir Astley Cooper, of Condon, to Or ?d tii2t h."il n.? ,; S1- niI"ck- of Philadelphia, and otner,. and that be is permitted to refei to almost every rhysiciaa o ?<? oity The ? PrvateTreauw." .. $i Ad dre?9 Ur. lUlph. fen.. $M Urmowirh it. jia lui#nc INK-The saperiouty of the dr.wn ', *1 ?ery geuerally acknowledged b> Ire. ?. Jfl. eud consumers ol the article in Philadelphia-a. he^?n?^.r m hnve already tested it, as may be ?e-n by lieir advertiaemeiiu, aud have pronouueed it superior to anv Hi!/ indelible ink whether of 4 -mestic or foreign make, ,nir,Mr.r . ,,rocwf ?>l myki g it may be completed in three minutes, even at midnight if de arable. ?l '.,'?"'d,U?ruh"'',.?-"e',k ?Ink. after the Christian name ol one ofourhrm, who mventA it Manufactured and lor aale bT POTTS, LINN st HAAKI -I, Wholesale Druggists, I.-- ,u ?, ? No aiJX Market sueet, Philadelphia r rom the United Stales Onzette of March liih l;?-M??s, Potta, Linn Ik Harria, No aijk ,'Tj1'"ret. above Iffi manr aetorr and have for sale among ? Bl V ? J .'ilr" I1"* "f ,b??'0"'3 as druggiau. an admirable ink t.oly uiJslible. Ii: will, by it* ?,autv aud the simplicity of iia o itself to tne ret vd of those who like t0 sen pla n 0,">n U"lr "uu wonldlike that mark neat and it^VP 'h' tori of the North American of March 10th Ink! ,V I ' r*M? ,,I,T* lnwl ,",n' of BarnhilPg Inuehble , ill. B n r rco""n-0'1," 10 ?'? those Wishing to mark 'rin.n 0r,?o"?n- '/"I y and require, no Pre?,ou.,"r ?lljk Mark't at " Messrs I'otu, Liuu <k llarria, N,. ., '-opy of an advertisement of April l?th. ..fit.j'f'v* '"Bkt-ikl.k Ina?Just received, asupplv of thi. wirrenr'uin i*rd h*v,ni1 ?' ihoroughly am prepared to w ol^Sie imported.00'W MT tuAttho f 01 t*<l State. ? *vi?.^e,d,L D're "to fa. Vv eah*-..-wren* .^i Maaterac-36 Jel ???n !>??????, Market it. above ltth ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN SHIPPING AGENCY. AT LIVERPOOL NOTICE. LIAV1NG withdrawn our Agency ftiirrly from Missus. II Habhdbh k ?/?., of Boatos lid Nr w York, wr herebv aeaounce thai Mr?? hi. Auaiss ?. Co.,of No 9 Court street Boston, ud T W street, New York, areonrnaihorned AKenu for the Uau.d Suites end Canada, who are fully em powered to act foi us aa oar ShiPFiag and.? orwardisg Aiaeri can As en it. To eoaore the recenlioe of kooda in Liverpool, and the for ward Lie ol the eame to any part of Englaad.r ranee. fcc. kc., it 11 eec-ssary that thai ahould paaa throach the hands of oar ?aid Aa.au, MMSx?B ADAMB k CO., at theirseeeral office, n? follows : ? No. S Conn ntreet, Boston. I 7 Light Street, Baltimore. No. 7 Wall Street. Ne,% . ork | rVr.n. A venae, Wasninetoa. No. ?SCheeaut Street, t hilad I No. 06 kourth 8t P'ltsbnrg. No. II BhetaehelBt., Noiwich. | No. 166 Mara.81.. Wore;iter. WILLMER k SMITH. Lirerpool, Mayl , 1144. WILLMER k SMITH take this opportunity of statin* to Merchants. Brokers. Importers, and others resident in even psrt of the Union that their Liverpool house is peculiarly ad-p ted lor the instant and express crapatch ol pa<kaaes, pah oe's, specie, 4tc., passing through Liverpool, for Boston New York, and all the other cities in the United State, and Canada, and tuat that department of their business mas the constant and raasoNAL attention or thi raiNcirAbs, on all occa sions. W1LL.MKR k SMITH have made arrangements withMeesrs. ADA.MB u CO., oy which all goods passing through their Liverpool honse for America, by the fleam ship# and otuer vessels, will have the immediate and punctual attention of 'heir ?aid Agents, Messrs Adams k Co., at Boston and New York, and will tneieby be free Irom delay end high chartes. They d?ein it necessary here to state, that they have no coa uexioa whatever with Mr. E. G Tnckerm&a, of Liverpool. WILLMEA k SMITH'S ENGLISH EXPRE88E8. WILLMER k SMITH, who have lor a series of years run private expresies to and frem London with important mulls gence, frequently twrforining the entire journey, 3>0 miles, in SIX HOCKS, offer to the American I'ublic and Government liieir services for the safe and rapid transmission of impoitant documents despatches, specie, hoc ds. bills, deeds, fce , which will, on all occasions, be mostiaithlully delivered by th-ir own private messenger,and hoars generally in advance of thehnglieh mails to Loudon. Mr. EDWARD WILLMER. who is now in America, is prepared toaffoid any information upon this ?abject, ana give security for the das performance of all such business as may be entrusted to his Liverpool establishment. je!6 tf rc LUNG BRANCH. NEW JERSEY. "BATH BUILDINGS." (roasiaBLT hbnshsw's ) rPHIB well-knowu sad delightful sea bathing establishment X will bs opeued for the reception of visitors on and alter the 36th Jupc inst. The kuildiugs have undergone a complete and thorough repair, and no efforts will be spared to maintain the deservedly high reputation which this establishment has heie lofore acquired. The price lor boarding will be $7 per week, instead of the former price of $10. children ana servants half price. Young people, not requiring much room, will find accommodating terms. The steamer Orns, Captain C. Price, from the Fulton market, and the steamer Shrewsbury, Captain Coxites, from Catharine Market, will each make a daily trip between New York and Long Branch. Stages will be in readiness upon the amyal of either of the above beats at the Ocean House, to convey pas sengers immediately to Long Branch, fare from New York to Long Branch f 1. JAMES GRkEN. Long Branca, Jane II, 1144. jeit lm*re RASCO'S HOTEL. MONTREAL, CANADA. t"PHK undersigned begs respectfully to announce to his X Friends anu the Public, that he has leased the above well known Establishment, and to solicit n continuance of that support and patronage, which for so many years has been ex tended to his predecessor, Mr. Rasco. With the experience which he has already hade in the line, he can coufidntly promise to his patrons and travellers gene tally, that nothing will be omitted in his Establishment Wuich can contribute to their comfort or convenience. His table will always be supplied with the iuxurtrs ol the season and ti.e best ol everything which the markets afferd, as well as with Wines and Liquors of the choicest description. Hehasaiso engaged a first rate French arlitlt, under whose active super intendence the culinary department Will be placed on a foot ing which cannot be surpassed in any similar estanlishmenl on the American Continent. The whole establishment has late'y undergone a complete reaevation, and contains, besides nume rous elegantly furnished Private Apaitments, handsomely fit ted np Coffee and Heading Kooms, supplied with the Cana dian and United Stales papers. Hot and Cold Baths, and every other necessary convenience. In sl\prt, nothing shall be want ma to maintain trie present high character of the Hotel, or to enhance its reputation. J. M. DONKUAN A. jy3 lin*m NEW JERSEY HOTEL, MORR1STOWN. rpHE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform their (Heads X and the public generally, that the new and commodious Honse, erected for a Hotel, at Morristown, Now Jersey, will be open lor the entertainment of all those who will lavor them with their company on the 3Uth of June, instant, when they hope to furnish snch accommodations as to entitle them to public lavor. J. C. BURGESS, Recently from the City Hotel. Hartford, I). W. NOE, From the Union Hot*l, Elizabethtowa, N. J., jell lm*rc Proprietors. YuRK HOTEL, 7 it 9 WASHINGTON ST. ROARD and Lodging, per week M 50 TUOH, sj Transient BoariLrx, per day ?????? 0 75 Single olaals ; ? ? ? ? ?. ? ? ? ? ? 1Ji Xhe location ia pleasantly utaated, convenient to the Phila delphia, Beaten and Albany aieamboata. Persons wishinq to reaide in th? city for a lew daya, will do well by calling and making their artangemenu Willi the proprietor. jH Im'rre F. KNOWLEB. EAGLE COFFEE HOUSE AND BATHS, 528 Pearl street, near Centre street. \XTARM, cOi.il, AND sHjkVKH ba'llls, equal with vv any in the city, 12>? cenu each Lodgings, with good clean aiugle Beda. 12>m ; Meals. 12>g ; boaid aud Lodgings, $2 JO per werlt. NnWapapera iroin Condon, Liverpool, and ail the pr.ucip.il cttlea of the United k tales taken in. jyt'i nu*m Ol AHL), DUtUY St CO B? ANDlmb.-Fifty half and twenty-five hunt pipes received direct lrom manul'ac lurera, ex b r brig Ainerika, from Borueaux, comprising a cli j|C- collection lrom tne vicing a of 1031, 32, 34, 30. tO, 42, 4J For ale iu lota to anit pnicnaae a. by jy2J ic K K COLLINS It CO., S6 Booth at WINES, CORDIALS, PRESERVES, icC. I OH 1-4 FULTON STREET. NATOLEON cOUKl IX, respectfully informs hehta al waya on Ilia hauda a complete assortment and very nice choice ol French, Ueruian ana Spajiiifi Wiuea, of various ' i,half branus, aiiil and aparkiiug, in caaka, half caaka, caaea, per do zen, gallon, end bottles. Alio, French Vinegars, Clin, Ram, Abaynth. Kirah, old an perior Brandy in pipea, hall pipes, quarter pipes, caara, per Fii " gallon, in botilra and hall bottles; biand; Fiuita ; Segara ol varioua brands. Sa ad Oil, Capers, Gi ves, lickiet, Muataid, (iiuyere and Neuicu.uel L'ke-ae, Sweetmeats, l'aies de Fciex giaa ol btmaburg. Ternuea of Neyrec, Caviar, i iulHes, Mush rooms, P?as, Saidiuea, Anchovna, Sausegeaof Boiogue, Lyon Allea, Ac. J2u liu? NAVY AGENT'S OFFICe.,j New Vors, June 28, 1844. . QEALKD PROPOSALS?Endorsed " PropoaaL lor Naval 0 Supplies," will be received at this office until the 29th day of Jul, next, at 3 o'clock, P. M., Ifr supplying the followug specified aruclra for the nae of the Naval S&vice for the yea, cuuing June iOlh, 1843 The contractor will alio be required to deliver upon the requisition of the Commander of the Brook lyn Nnvv ka>d, or the Navy Agentauch lurther supplies of tnr same specified ur-icles as the wants ol the se. vice uiay call lor duimg said year in addition to the quantities now named Tne contractoi is to ueliver these supplies at the Navy Yard into the custody of ibe Natal olore Keeper, in appropriate packages, tree lrom all expenses and thargesol transportation 1 hose called lor in this advertisement will be r-quirrd on or beiore the 13th day uf August next, and ail subsequent requisi tions to be supplied wiimn ten daya fioin the date ol each requi sition. Every article will be required ol tne beat quality, in all ? espects. Samples ol the mauuLctured articles may be seen on application to the Naval Si lore Keeper, at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn. These supplies will be subjected to the inspection of such of ficers of the Navy Yard, as the Cornmvunant thereof may designate. All rejected articles, must immediately, upon notice to the contractor, be removed from the Navy I ard, end olheis of as vtialactory character be lorihwiih delivered iu li. u thereof A lailnre od the part of the contractor pmrnp ly to comply with ihrse conditions, will justify the agent iu puichaung in upeu market to aupply any deficiencies; and the contractor and his snreties will beheld liable for any loss the Department may sustain by reason ol any such lailnre. Bonds in two-thirds of ihe estimated amount of these supplies will be lequired, with two saiiifactory sureties, whose names most be submitted with the proposils. Ten ier cent of the amount of each urlivery will be withheld as a lurther security lurihe faithlul fulfilment of the cenlmct, until .he expiration thereof. Proposals most embrace not leas than one entire clssa of article* Proposals for less than the whole, mast be endorsed wnh the class numbered, Ac. A lorm of oiler will be shown to applicants. SHIP CHANDLERY. No. 1. APPROPRIATION, "INCREASE, RKPAIK8, Ac." 14o barrels Pl.ch : 20 do Turpentine |40 do Tar ? do Rosin 660 lbs Beeswax 200 no Tallow 100 du Thrnmbs 30 do Bor?x 7 .0 do Tarred Marline 600 do House Line 1U0 do Bonnet Liue 13 pc's wide white Bunt fing 15 do du red do 13 do do bine do 6 do do yellow do " 1 Hanks 20 dox Wood 60 do Hickory Brooms 60 do ? orn do 30 Bristol Brick HARDWARK, No. 2. 101 Log Lin-s 4 sets Sigual Halliard* I deep Sea Lines 120 Fishing do 200 sides Rigging Leather an Lent! 4 skius buff Leather 12J i hip Feral* re 100 mouut-d I'alms 130 Palm lion* 80 lbs culled Hair 1400 do Flax Sewing Twine 300 du Cotton do do 300 Sail Needles 1000 St-amiug do 300 Roping do 100 Alarling do 300 Sewing do 10 Pieces Binding 300 lbs Brown Soap 300 lbs 6c Iron Cm Nails 200 no 8c. do do 1000 dn 10c do do 3000 lX in Brads jouo 2 do I10.KI IX do ? 10000 1 do 24 pairs 4x4 Iron Bntt [Hinges 18 do 3X*3X do do (24 do 3 x3 do do 24 do 4 in do do 41 do 3X do do 48 do 4x4 brxst Butt Hg's 24 do 4 id. us do 36 do tX do do 48 do 3 do do 6 reams Hand Paper 6 d.it I in Irou Padlocks 6 do 2? do do 6 do 2 H brads do 10 do Nail Gimlets 4 do Spike do 3 do Claw Hammer* 18 Camp Kettles 30 Stew Pans 10 iron Tea Kettle* 4 pat's Shovels A Tongs 2 long Cooler's Jointers 2 short ao do 6 SpokeHhave* 4 Bang Bute* 6 Tap do 6 Tnrkey Uil Stone 4 uuk Axes 10 Wood do 21 1 feet Hnlru ? Breast stocks 8 34 ib? sheet* Braizers' [Copper ? 28 do do do 600 gall* Spirits Turpentine 130 do brown Japan 3 lbs Terra de Sienna 100 galls -lack Varnish 100 do Hweet Oil 20 duzOooli Paint Brushes 13 do No 3 Sash Tools 8 32 lbs shts Biaz Copper 10 30 do do do 20 W X in wro't Cop Tacks 20 do 10 oz iron cut du 30 do 10 oz do 30 do copper Pump Tacks ||8 boxes X Tin 9 do 10 " 14?20 2 do gro ea Nos 10. 12,14, 2 [in. Iron Scews 2 do 10, 12,14, 1)4 do 2 do 11. 14, IX do 4 do 12,13. IX do 4 do 12, 1)4 do 4 do 10, 1 do 2 do No 9 I in Iron co 1 do nos 6 A 9 X in do 2 do 12, 14 2 in brass do 4 do 12, 14 IX do 1 no U IX m do 4 do 12. 13, 14, IX <lo 1 do 11 It in brass to 2 do 11,12,1)4 do 2 do 11, 1 do 1 do 9.1 do 6 Glue Kettles 20 Frying Pans 1 PaCv-ui Balance 1 Uusging lloU I F<>re Planes 10 Jack do I Key hole Saw* 16 hand do 8 *nw Sets 4 beu> h Screws 72 brass Cocks ? braces and Bitt* I Iron Compisses 6 hand Vices 100 lbs coinp stem Lead [Nails PAINTS, No. 3. I dot hair Pencils 20 lbs black Lead 200 lights 8x10 Glass 100 do 10x12 do 100 do 12xl? ?'?> 100 do 12x18 4j TIMBKH, ^0.4. 2000 C. Icet W. Pine Timber. 10?0 feet ' lack Walnut Plank. l.'iOO do 2 in Ash Plauk. 1300 d i 114 in do do 1000 Oars, Iroin 13 to 17 feet long. STATIONERY, No. S. aepkornisTioiv " contihohvt," It reams Foolsc.p Paper. I gro. Lead Pencils. 8 do Letter do I lbs red Scaling Wax. 6 gro red Tap*. 8080 No. 00 Qnill*. 130 bO pint papers Band. 4 dox Penkuivaa X, 2 and X.? blade*. 12 dot card* Otliott's K By order of th* Bureau 1 ? j ? MU 7|s 1 uiaurv. t * Ragle Pent. _ , _ B JOSEPH, U Mu Jet Um, (op iitm) importer of Km* ? liuh, French, aad German double tod single barrel Fowl ing tail Ducking OUN8, from the loweoi to finest qualities. Alio, always on hand, an extensive assortment of PIHTOLb oolh doable and single bamu, embraciBK 1<M differeoi kind* : inclnd mg the modern Sis Barrel Revolvers, all ol which will bo told lowr. than any other honae in the trade Mrrchanla and Gun Smiths are particularly requested to call, previous hi tnakiaa their purchases, aa they certainly will find it to their ad ran age aWtni*rrc LEECHES? LEECHES- LEECHES. 14H Natmtu Strut. CJ FERDINAND k COFI'A, Import-r of Leeches, hwvs ? the honor of informing i'nyaicians, Diuv gists, Apotliece.. riea and tlie I ublic in general. that liiey are aiwaya supplied with the beet Deeehes from Europe, which are received regularly bv erery pa-ket from Havre, Hamburg and Mar. aeillea, which they will tell in qnanlitiea to anit puicha aera, and will forward them to any pa t o< the United Bute* ? 1 heir leeches beiair always of freah importation, and tacked in such in inner aa to insure their arrival in good condition af ter a long journeys Dealing very largely in this trade, they will at all times if ford Leeches at ihe moat moderate prices. jegi lin'ec HULL'S TK USSEls. NOTICE TO RUPTURED PERSONS. PERSONS afflicted with Unpturea may rely upon the best a instrumental aid the world affords, on application at the office, No. 4 Vesry street, or to either of the agents in the princi pal towns in the United Statae. Be carrM pi examine the back pad of Hull's Trnssea, to see if they are endorsed by Dr. Hall, in writing. None tre genuine, or to be relied upon as good, withoai his signature. Many persons have undertaken to rend imitations of Hull's celebrated Trusses, and thousands are imposed upon in conse quence. These imitations c. .. .ot be relied upon; they are made by Unskilful mechanics, at J are no better than the ordi Daxr Train* Rooms hare been fitted up at No. 4 Veeey street, exclusively for ladies, having a separate entrance from the bnsinesc depart ment, where a female is in constant attendance to wait upon female patients. iyll liarc MRS. CARROLL'S MEDICATED VAPOR AND SULPHUR BATHS, 395 Broadwap, two doors above the Hospitals VIHH. CaRUOPli respecuolly aunonn- es to her i&trons. "f the Medical kacuity. and the public, that she has removed Irora Courtlandl street, and established ner Medicated Vapor and Sulphur Baths in a more commodious and ceutral situa tion, at No. 124 Broadway, where by her coutiuut'd assiduity and strict atienthon, she hopes to merit the patronage w hich her establishment has received lor (lie last eighteen years. N. B.?Sulphur Baths require one hour's noti s. Portable Baths ssnt to any part of the city or ita vicinuy. Bathing Tabs for hire J?t Imrr DUOTOK MORRISON. VTORTH RIVER D1HPENBARY, J#4>i Fulton street. IN DOCTOR MORRISON continues to be consulted con fidentially on all private diseases, which he cures withcut mer cury or restraint m diet or pursuta; mtd recent casee, particu larly "Uonorrhma," lie cures in three to six days. The most obstinate Strictures yield to Dr. M.*? new and successful treat ment, without pain. In the worst Mm of Stricture he war rants a perfect care NERVOUS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY? This affection, and the train ofevls resulting trum a secret, destructive habit in youth.induciug nocturnal emissions and ul, tiuute iinpotency, are radically cured by Di. M. on pathologi cal principles, by restoring the system to a healthy tone and reiastatiag its original vigor. A perfect cure guara-teed or no charge. N. B.?Dr. M. holds no communion with medical pretrndera who claim to be aurgeons, as lie is, perhaps, the only qualified advertising Surgeon in the city. See his Diplomas, at his j|' (ice, 204)t Kultoa street Letters post-paid, and containing a fee, will insure medicine and advice to any part of tlie linen, lJuice 2ut!g Kulton. near Greenwich, N. Y. Open Iroji i A. M. to 10 P. M. daily. jeiH u. *rc MEDICAL CARD. TkOCTOR FAWCETT'8 Late work on the beet mode of ?Le treating Cunstitnlional Debility. Impoteucy, Sterility. Nocturnal Em.ssions, Oouorrhoai, Gleet, stictuiea Venerea! and all Diseases of the Generally* Organs can be cbuined at his otlice, 196 kuliou street. New York?1'iice $1. The Doctor continues his private conxullations on those diseases at his old established omce. luff Halloastreet, country paip-ais describing their case minutely, and enclosing a lire, will receive advice and medicine, also a copy of the went. J ill lm*rc It i OLD AND SILVER Kr.FliNEK AND ASoA J EK OF " METALS.?Bar Gold, Old Gold and Silver, Jeweller's T ATE O remo end Silversmith s Sweepings bought by A. BARNARD, Offiee 1 Wall street. Works 141 Mercer st. k'iae Ooid, Rolled Silver Plating. Brass aad Plated Metal, .'Osstsstlv .?? has* -fes DOCTOR JORDAN'S. PRIVATE SPECIFIC PACKAGES have been nsedfyrk A years with unvarying sued at They promptly cuir with cut exposure, rvstrictiou m diet, or business? hence are e?p?ci elly va uanie to strangers auJ cuuu.ry rtnuents, ccuiaciiig every riquisite m'dicuie and application, with the monitor, Wherriu is full diiecnous an advice, tut,bung the ualieut snleiy to elfei t a cuie. and at little cost No. l,is fir Gouoyhra, idlest, be. No. 1, lor Vrueieal disease in all its stag's. No. 3, lor peuiale Weak.esses or VVlut.w. (O""Price of ea< h C m plete package S3. 11 any reccut cuss riquires a.uitrinal medi cines ,hey are supplied free. Sold ouiy at Drug Store, Gd Prince sheet, comer Marion, few doors erst of Niblo'a. Private eutrance to Olfi-as, UU>4 Marion, cuutmuaiiou of Centre St. j>2> uu'ic DR. E. .jOVEJOY, of Owego, wishes to inform his friends that he has removed to this city, and bos taken an OFFICE at tiJl If HO All tV A V lell m.t ltliwsre TO RESTORE, BEAUTIFY AND DRESS THE HUMAN HAIR. TO ACTUALLY FORCE ITS GROWTH, AND CURE DANDRUFF, tfc. TRIAL BOTTLE S?T HREE SHILLINGS. rj THOSE who have used Joues's Coral Hair Restorative know ita excellent qualilise: to those who have not, we iay that the fact of our xelltug3 shilling bottle* mutt prove Die truth of our statement?and that we are not afraid of persona ti y mg a small quauutyol it urst. W* warrant it to possess the following qualities:?It will force the luiir to grow ou any part where na ture intended hair to grow, slop it (ailing oil, cure Scurt or Dandruff, and make light, red or grey hair grow dark. For dressing uie hair soil ami silky, nothing exceeds this. It is, la deed, Die most economical, yet superior, article made for Die h&ir old?price I, S or I shillings a bottle?at the Sign of the American Eagle, *2 Chatham itreet. New York; lib k uiton st, Brooklyn; ( State street. Boston; I Ledger Bmldiugx, Phila delphia; 2U3 King street, Charleston, S. C. j>? lm*ec NORWEGIAN IKON?Ul. Die best and softest quality now lauding, lor sale by C. E. HaBiCiiT, j 13 2w-re 16 West street DABINKAU'S CHEAP BATH,at the foot of Morton et TV .North River. Tlie proprietor of the above establuhuien respectfully informs the pablic, that he is now leady to receive visiters, from sunrise until 11 o'clock, P. iVl The Bath (lor merly located at Desb.osses meet) will accommouate both ladies and gentlemen Pr.ce sis cents A New ttath has replaced it at Die foot of Desbroiaae street. jyl im'rc Id tiu, iaA-DiJCiL. DR. JUJLL'B UTEKO ABDOMINAL SUPPOUTLH. PHIS new instrument for the radical cure ut Prolapsus Uteri A or Falling of the Womb, by external application, super seeing the ass of the obieetioanl Wastry, is confidently re com wended to the afflicted as the means of perfect restoration in lealth, it never having failed of perforating s sue, even under ike most aggravated eiranajlaaaoe. Tb* aapporter baa atutnad a vers niga eharaetar in Europe u well is is this country it is adopted to the entire disue uf youaries, aad all other painful surgical axpedieau, is tlie Ly me m-Hoapitalaol London aad Pans, tad is universally rn tommeadsd in Earoy by medical men of the mgheet rank.? la this eoaatry it is sastr mod by the leading members ol the fsvalnos ct Col leges sad titsPimis, aad bv Elf ih? sssixeal yrivsle praetiDoaus. Boons hats beta thrashed nxtnuivsly for ladies as hi. 4 i'easy street, having a sapaiais entrante from Die business ce AUttnent, tri ers a lady u laeonstaui -tundacoe, to apyly Trusaee and Supporters to fapi*'-pit,cuts. jyJl mrr* HK. COKBITT may be consulted confidentially at nu oi b' lien, 16 11 nann struct, two doori front Chatham Stranger* are respectfully informed knt Dr. Cprbitt tin member ol lite University of the city ot Hew York, and that h has exclu sively confined hi* practice from bcinc general to the treatment of certain clauea of diieaaei (now over eleven yean in tlte city of New Yorn) which en it an as hit entire attention. Toe annala of medicine do not record gieater ? access than la tc be found in hia practice. The Doctor cautions the unfortunate against lha use of mercury, as it has its thousands of victims Heceai cases are in a few days removed ?.? 'nely from the system, tee that you are judiciously treated b- a person legally qualified, and cot by pretenders and quacks \S there are several 01 them in the city. Persons afflicted wiui protracted and inveterate esses need not despair ot being restored to health, by applying to Dr. Corbitt. A practice ol many ycara has established ilia Doctor's reputation lor skill and respectability. Strictures en cage the Doctor's profound attention A medicine uur be had to prevaal a certain disease m say ef iu forma jelT 3m*re TO THOSE WITHOUT CHILDREN?A FRO CREATIVE ELIXIR CORDIAL. TH K greatest discovery m medical science is that of M. M. Desomeaux, of Paris. He has entirely eaploded the geae rally received opinion of the existence oi incurable sterrility cr barrenaess, (except indeed in eases of malformation, which are extremely rare.) The invariable and universal success oi his Elinr Cordial, ia every instance, ol producing thai slete of health which results in the wife becoming bloated as a mother, who for yours pined in childless loneliness, has lull v establish ed the fact, that what is usually termed uarrenoess is curable by the use of the Proarnative Elixir Cordial. It ia mlallable in seuurinl weakueas, lluor albus, dehihty, incootineuce, tad the various train of complaints arising from excess, itlucss, or imprudence. Its great and invariable success is its recummei (Uliou. The fame ol this wonderful Elixir Cardial IS wail aa tabltshed. A sale ol more than fifty Uiouiand bottles and pack ] gesi* sufficient evidence ol iu excellence and the estimation it which it is held. It ia pleasant aud agreeable to ihe taste. Tha undersigned is the oxly aathorised agmt for this ?e*ll T'rice $1 a bottl* Tor the conyenienee ol tnos* residing out of (he city, the in gredients composing the Elmi Cordial are put up in pacing,* For tranamution by mail, with lull direction for preparing. Price ol package f5, making three bottles. All letters must be postpaid, and directed to Dr. if. MEUVEAU. box 24, N. York city jyg lrn'rrc i Iffic- i;g Lili-r-v ?i. READ WHAT SHERMAN'S LuZENDEd HAVE DONE. 1MB,. DAY, boot maker, No. 3d Tillary street, lirookly, Tv* suffered greatly for eighteen months with emaciation, de bility, sickness of the stomach, loss of appetite, shouting pains in ihe bowels, Ins stomach ssrlecied almost every kind ol food, except sugar. He had been alt aided by rations physicians, and for two months br (he profrassrs of (ha University, sad all t? no purpose. On reading Dr. blhermaa's book descriptive of the symptom* of worms lie thought they met his case; so he purchased a box of Sherman's Worm Uozeogcs. A few doges b rough tawey, as he judged, sbom two quarts of worms, and entirely cored him, A inuUilude of similar cases might be mentioned where chu Jjen and adult* had sullered all out death from worms, and no thing gave relief but Sherman's Loxeogeo. Cong,is. Cuius. Asmma, Whooping Cough and even Con sumption, are all soouer uwrsd by Sherwmi s Csugh Loxccgi* tlmn any o.her knowu rem-d*. They r.tlST the tickling in a lew seconds, and enable those afflicwd with the most harrassma toughs lo sleep whole night*. The Rev. Dr. Dnnbar, Roy. Mr. De Korest, Kev. Dr.Eastmoodand hundred thousands can attest to their happy virtues as others can to the efficacy of Sherman's Cougn homage*, for headachr, palpitation, lowness of spiriu, sea sickness and lasaitude, from bodily or mental exertions, and for the wonderful proper ties of Sherman's Poo-r Man's Plaster, which costs but ir.-u cents, and is a warranted cure lor rheumatism and Iambus , ,puin er weahueeain the breast, side, back, orauy part ol th body. Ask for Sherman's Poor Mao's Plaster, aud see that h f name and his fiic simile with direction* for use are on the ba.k There ore a great many worthless imitations hawked about aid sold by unprincipled druggists, Kcuivraber to get Sherman's Coxengenges and [Masters and Truss? none other*, or you wil bedeeeived. Dr. Sherman'! Warehouse is 10* Naasau ntreet. 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