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New lixsAftnois*. ' vV \MiiNui, October 34, luS- ) Wasmish-ton, Oot. 34, 1844. T.itimvy o/ J. W. Mar,hull concluded from la,t rrett.H g. By in S;":o^oyVven to Lieu. VorU " ? tt" " ^ n_.# ,?MV 0f Augu?t. 1H3?; I was captain s cleik Ja# hoird ol her. and had charge of all the money on board. belonging to Lieutenant MLaiighliu, or the government: I clo.eJ Lieut M'L.UKWin'. bank .cconnt on the day we sailed, and withdrew from tho bank all the inouer to hls(L? M'L -s)crcdit which was paid ino in Kng Hsh sovereign*. all except $'20 or *30 lor change, which was oil the silter the hank would give nie; 1 retained tho charge ol thiu money, and had tho care of all the other money received by him during tho crtii.e of the Wave; ihoie were no ouncea or doubloon* onboard the Wave, whilst the w as in New York, nor wbc; ?l e sailed from Vork, nor any silver beyond the twenty or thirty lave spoken of; 1 paid his private lulls in New dollars 1 hav . . Yuik, and he had no money that was not in mv keeping when the Wave sailed from there; I am sure of litis, be cause, when ha examined the hank booh, which he did as soon as Lieutenant Meade and some other gentlemen, who had accompanied him in the vessel from the Navy Yard had landed at the Battery He discovered that there was still a check of his outstanding w hich had not been presented at the bank, and called upon me for money to serd back to bank, to meet it w hen it should come in; I gave him the money. (*300 1 think,) in K.nglisb sove reigns, and the pilot who took the Wove to sea, carried it hack to New York; this was the ody money he got front me uf'er I closed his hank account, and was to rny certain knowledge, the only money he had after that time, until our arrival iu Florida; 1 never heard before of bis offering Mr. Meade, on the day we sailed from New Yerk, a bag of gold, containing ounces and silver to the . amount of four or live bundrod dollars; if ho did the mo- ? ney did not belong to the ship, lor such description ef money wa? never in the ship; it was not his. for I had all his money, public aud piivatu in my keeping, and it could hardly have been loaned from any officer in the ship, be aausc all the oihcors wero already in debt to the ship by authorised n.lvunoai. as the pay ioil of the ship will show. If I uu uot mistaken, that money was given to Mr Shocco.of thocco. N (1. I received nil the uu.ney s paid on sales ol' kills ol' exchange in Hsvaoa, by tho consul, and I compared the consul's certificates of sale wit" the bills, and thay were correct. In Mobile Lieut. McLaughlin exchanged doubloons for paper, for the purpose of paying advances to a shipping maaterfor enlisting men le sold th* doubloons at n pietnium of seven per cent. He paid the shipping ntastci iu paper, and gave the men credit on the pay ioil ol the? per cent I do not recollect any other lustance; if there are ant the vouchers will show it I received in Havana for sale of bills ot exchange, doubloons and sil-er. I lived in what w as called the officers' mess, on Indian Key, and the or ly mess, besides the hospital tries ', during tiie yenrs 1 and 1943, tod was the caterer thereof the frcatar pnrt ol the time from October 8th. 1941, until uly 8th, 1841 There was a hospital mess lor sick offi cers. upon the island, at the same time, which was pre sided over hv the hospital surgeon. I was sick myself for a short time, Bud lived in the met*. 1 frequently saw poiter and wine at this iness. hut have never known or heard of its having heen used bv any but the sick offi cers, u itil since my return from Florida. In our moss, the officers' mess upou the island, not one particle of liospitnl stores of any kind, whether liquors or stores of any otner description, was ever used. Our table and liquors were supplied by ourselves, from our piivate moans exclusively. In fact. I am perfectly satisfied that nopaitof tbe hospital supplies of any dusciiptioti was ever used on Indian Key, by any officer* ot otheis than 1 tbe sick. If there had been, from living on the island, an t being in contact and intimate association with the officers, bo'h in their quarters and at the mess hall. 1 should have known it; whereas, I never knew of a soli tary instance of it. nDless it might have been an acciden tal viiitor to lorn of the sick officers, who came about meal times, and was asked to shaie tr.eir meals. Kven ' if such cases as this occuried, they were exceedingly rare. 1 never knew it to occur more than two or three times at the outside When the whiskey was received at the Key from navy store, it was always invoiced and charged at the guager's mark on the barrels, and in ma ny instances were not full. They were about six inches deficient. By the Judge Advocate.?All the money that was on board the Wave at the time she sailed from New York, ' was in my keeping; I kept tho bank account. and drew tbe money my sell, and kept the cash account on board the ship. By the Court.?The doubloons carried out in the | F"llit iii 1S41 as private money, Lt. McLaughlin got in New York by exchanging a check or diaft for that amount, 1 think ; this nmount was a part of the public mo ney; I translerred it to Lt McLaughlin's private account on mv cash book as an advance from the Government to payhia purser's bills iu Floiidu,which I suppose had been contracted during his absence; when the bliit arrived at Norfolk in 1843, I ?!o not think we had in government funds eight or nine hundred dollars. By Lt. McLaughlin.? I think for the doubloons in New York, $lti,75, ortSOcents, and sold them for *18,631. | By the Judge Allocate. ? I got the doubloons in Wail street. New York, from a broker, and sold them to the same man; I do not iecollect his name. On the opening of the court this morning, the room was immediately crowded with anxious spectators to bear Lt .McLaughlin's w ritteu explanation of the evi dence At 13 VI.. tho journal ot the prececding day was lead and approved, when Lt McLaughlin arose, and with a firm voice, though tremulous at times, (as with j Ids remarks upon the evidence submitted against him.) I in deep earnestness ol feeling, rend bis review of tho evi dence upon the first branrh ot the charges contaiud in the precept prelerred against him. I propose giving it in my next. Flour Market. Buffalo, Oct. 2-1. ?There seemed to be rather a better teeliii* in our produce inaiket jesterday, ami buyers scuned inclined to purchase to some extent, at from,$4 60 to 4 62} for good western brands, though, on account or the rather limited stock, we Ir.ve but few transac tions to note. We notice sales ul 300 bbls. Wisconsin at $4 50; 250 Michigan at f>4 66; 600 do at <4 62}; 1,000 do Black Hock at <-4 63, ai d 500 do at <16ij. in wheat, sales of 4.000 bushels mixed Sandusky and Chicago were made, out of store, at 87}c. Ai.bamv, Oct. 25.?The want of vessels for the ship ment of flnui and grain, has made the market quiet to day. The innge of sales of flour by the boa*, load has been $5j a } fur Genesee and western; store sales $51 a j. There are several lourfs of ? heat here, and Eales are made at I l i a I H>; Sales of four rowed barley at 60 a 60}c; a prime lot of two rowed, held ye?ter'ay at 621c. sold at 59c; 1 000 hushels corn at 67o; oats 41c; ryo 73c. Heceip's tiy r anal, Oct. 24.-Flour, 13 733 bi Is,wheat, 10,000 bushels; corn. 940 do, barley, 17.325 do. The receipts of flour and wheat at tide water, for the third week in October, are as follows : ? 1845. 1844. Flour, barrels 127,599 . . . 89,320 Wheat, bushels 141,945 . . . 78,*716 The gross receipts of flour and wheat, since the open ing of navigation, are ; ? Hour, Mlt. Wheat, hush. 184 4 1,691,339 ... 1,033.1*5 184 5 1 646,196 ... 788,969 Decrease 45,201 I)ecr... 241.206 Reducing the wheat to flour, there is a decrease in the receipts at tide water, equal to 94.042 bbls. in 1845, com pared with 1844. Of the receipts for this year, 919.051 this, flour, and 190,761 bushels wheat came in nt Alba ny?the rest at West Troy and Waterford?Cuiztn. Boston, Oct. 24.?Flour?Market dull, and Genesee, good brands, are selling slowly at >4 62 a 4 69. But lit tle doing in southern. Grain?Moderate sales of south ern yellow flat corn at 69 a 70c; white 67c; oats 42 a 43c per bushel, and receipts moderate. RrcHMoxn, Oct. 24.?Wheat?Red, 105c, white 103c? geueral sMes. A supe> ior article of either would doubt less bring mure. Flour?No transactions since the Bri tannia's advices were received, to establish prices; the article will probably recede a trifle, as it has done in New York, tne news being lets favorable than was hop ed for by holders. Corn, 65 cents per bushel. Foreign .Market*. Havana, Oct. 11.?There have been few arrivals of i ice lately; the last sales were of the cargo of the Midas, which has been stored, at 14} rs, and that of the Esqui maux at 1(1}. Tfie prospects of our coffee crop lire very ' poor indeed, and the produce of it will be insignificant There if nothing doing in this article, and 2il and 3d qua lilies are nominally 6 h 8} In prices of sugar we have uo change to report; little is doing, as, in consequence of the favorable news from Furopo. holders are asking higher prices than purchasers can afford to give. Two ' small cargoes of molasses havo been bought netu within the last few days at 4 rs. Kxchange oil Condon, 12} a 13 percent premium; Boston and New York, 3} jerccnt premium. Import* ?Beans, white and rod, 6 a 10; Bref, No. 1, 2, | Prime and Mess, 8 1 a 12; Butter, Amer. yellow, 15 0 a 22 0; t nndles. Mould. 14 a 15; Sperm, 34 0 a 36 0; Cheese, Amer 10 4 a It 0; ( odfish, 2 o a 2 4; do hhds, 4 4 a 5 2; Corn, Indian, sholled, 2 0a 2} Oil; Flour, Philadel phia and Baltimore, 14 a 150; do. Now Orleans, 17u00 0; Hams, \merican. 10 4 a U0; Herrings, smoked, 6 0a 0 8, Lsrd, New Orleans. 14 a 14 7, Mackerel, No. 3, 0 On 6 4; Onions, 3 a I 0; I'ork, rargo, Kasteiu and Mes*, 14 4 a 18 0; do New Orleans, 00 0 u 00 o, do clear, 17 0 a 20 0, Hoops, 40 0 a 45 0, Potatoes. 2 a 22; Ilice, 1 7} a 2 }; Boards, Portland W. P.. 22 0 a 210; othei i Eastern ports. 00 0 00 0; Cumber, Pitch Pine, 20 0 a 26 0; Shingles, 2 0 a 2}; Uhd Shook*, with headings, 13 a 14; Sugar Box Shooks. DOiHj Export!.?Coflee, 1st quality, (I o a 0 0; 2d and 31 quali ty, 7 4a 8 0; do triage, 6 4 a 6 0, Honey, o 3}a u 00. Mo lasses, keg 5}, gallons, 4 0 a 4} 0. Sugars, assoited, 6} 12} a 9 13; do white alone, 12 0 a 14 0, do yellow, 9} a II U; do brown alone, 6); sogers, 10 0 a 30 0. Ex.hont' Oi Condon, 60 days sight. 12} a 13 prem, New York, 3 a 3} pm; Boston, 6} pm; New Orleans, n pm, short sight. Fi vigi,!#? Groat Britain, 212 15; Cowes and h maiket not in the Baltic, ?'1 12 6 a 2; France, 65 a 75 francs, U. states, $l per box sugars, 4 rials per hag coffee, $1} per hhd. molasses. Passengers Arrived. BraMUDA-Bri* K.lcon-A Baatty, I> W Hint, A Greu ch--m. Mist M Turkcr Foreign Importation*. Ul'avani-.i a - Bna Othello? Jaa hhds 2g bbls sagsr Ml hhds inol&sftrs .VlniUAtJU, t mnnp k co. Domestic I mportatlona. MA.ANXAII-Ship ( el.A-m hl trsrice S,?,ffor(|. T.leatou k <-,-35 B i-.ckmycr fc sous?Ml limit, & Dimnu?y ease* win K B.aekbnrii ?I bos Ball U Bi.stwirk?472 bars iron It F VV?. rmu?32 bil#s cotrnn J limit k eo?17 d?, I m ; ? i.rder. maritime herald. PORT OF \K*V YORK, (ICTUUKK 47, ? 111 RISKS < 43 I M*OX BISIS. | 41 M ? 66 sf rs i 15 I HIIIH WATKM .. .#!#?;' Arrl vert. Ship Celia, Thatcher, 14 days from Mjv iuii.ili, with cotton, to Dii iham h i union. B >* Glhello, (of New Oilcans) ltyan, 21 days Irom Guaya nr. . PH. with sugsr, *0. to Ms.llAl.il. Cowrl* It Co toft no Amrrloui. H|.,,ke 10th lost. 1st 30 on 73 M, bsrque Way-boa Ml, of* Prorideuca, (hsnce for Mobil*.) Pha O aueoontered a heavy gale from the NEoil the 1 ItW o?'d 14th inat. iu lire Gull 811 vain. lost sailv nud sustained other damage Untiili In iFalcon, Pitt, 7 day* from Bermuda, to ballast lo Tucker It Light bourn A large ship, dismasted. was Men nit Berrnudi. standing in. ??hru the K rone nul. Schr Patriot, for Tuika Ulan '. l it "l Bermuda, weather bound, Brig Andrew Mine liad aid for Turks I si a d. Schr Patrick Henry, I 'heater, Richmond, md.se, to Altcu k Paxson. Schr Emetine, Wvlden. Philadelphia ,'7~" Sliil's Iowa, for Havre, bud Ad- laida, for Havana, tot uud-rweigli froui Quarantine yrsleiday morning. and irrneevdvd lo the 8W Spit, where they lay at anchor waiting fair wind. Bllbtrllatieoua IS word. SrraM Smr Great Britain, will sail for Liverpool on Tuesday (to-morrow) at 3 o'clock. Packet Ship (itiatci, Traak, for Lirer|K>ol, will sail to day at uoou. Smr Cantor, (Hamburg) Petcrton, 52 daya from Bremeu for Baltimore, with 2(15 p ssriigers, j>ut into Bermuda lor water I2ili inat.aud sailed again on the Itith. Smr Mtaos, at Boston f-urn Cronstadt, experienced severe westerly uales from S.pt 23 to Oct 1, during which store stern boat and dim aged sails and ric?ii> g. Schr Hambi i ?, at Boston Loin Pictou, on the 21st iust. oil Ope Sable, lost deck load of coa' iu a galr from ENE. Launches on UeoRoes Rite*.?From theyid of Mr Mor ton, I6th iust a fine copper fastened brig ol about 20U ton- bur then, called the Almiia. to he commanded iiy ('?pt S und-is Curling From the yatd of Nir Welch. IBih, a fine brig of about 225 tons hu ithen, railed the Alula, to be commanded by ? 'apt Arthur McFales. From the yard of Mr Met ullum, a double decked barque of about 3M tons burthen, called ihe Brilliant.lo b*> enmminded by Cant Peter f uller. From the new ynrd .Ytaxey k Walker, at .Mill Kirur, tfih inat a brig of a'ujut 2iU tons, called the Hamlet, to be commanded by Capt Richard Robinson, Jr. The abore vessels sre all copper fastened, and built of the best materials. Alto launched, at Brewer. Me 17th iu?t. a cooper fastened achr of 100 tous, called the J C Calhoun, intended Tor the Bal timore trade. Seamen's Wai.es?(With Smdl Stores)?To Liverpool and Havre, per mouth, S15; North of Europe, II a 15. Mediterranean, 13, West Indies, 15; Coasting, 15; La. t Indies, II; South Ameri ca, 11. Nnvnl. The U S store ship Lrxiui'tou airived at Aransas peas on the evening of the tth lust. u it Is seven companies of artillery under Major Lwicg's cornmuid? the men being generally iu excellent Ileal.h?and sailed again on tlie 10th for Pensacola. Ship American cleared at 11 stonou Saturday, for Norfolk, having on board 102 seamen and two officers, b- ing part of the crew of the frigate Columbia lor the Br .ziliau statiou. Notice to illiirliicra. Lioiit H 't'sK at St Geoerts. Bermuda.?A person is to he sent out by the Trinity B mid lor the purpose of litti g up the I intern, kc Th" light h use is progressii g towards soiu Ji'e'ion. and will in all probability be in successful operation ihe beginning of 1816 Wrecei at Sea.? Between 36 and 18 d'g N, and 24 and 2? W w e c tuttoii vessels innuing over wrecks. Agin iu 43 N. and 18 W. the Tally Ho w is abandoned on the 2d Sept. in con sequence of the dam >ge ahetus'aiued by running foul of the Fr ucli ship Zampa?she therefore remains as a stumbling block for o(hers. The Sylph of Guernsey struck one oil c e 8th August, in 45la N. A large vesael aeuttlrd, showing her won,- bottom iu proof that ahe will not go down?a brig water logged with only bowsprit stsliding, a ve latl called the Hope of London, another Call-d the Mary, and Hie I.uncer of Sunder land, further west, w itn tjie abovs meulicicd Tally Ho, are noticed iu the Shirking and Mercantile Uaiettn as composing a portion, we fear only, of these formidable d sogers, which ten- , tier ii vigatiou as unsafe on the wide ocean ?? iu the narrow i st ai. anil a good " look out aluad" quite hi necessary.?[Lou- I don Niutictl .Magazine, Uctuber. Whalemen. Arrat Bristol 21th inst siiip Gen Jackson, fin Pacific Ocean, last reptd w th 00(1 bhls. Sid from Portsmouth 22d.barque Ann Parry. Barque Montezuma, of and for Wirehim, from the Pacific, 21 inos out, was spoken oa the 24th iost. 100 miles East of Sandy Cook Brig Pacific, of Provinretowu, 250 sp, was spoken 5th iust Flores N E 50 miles. tinmen. Brig Senator, Pepper, from Galveston for Trieste, Sept 22, lat 1'6 (2 loo II. Schr Lvdy of the Like. (Br ) 20 d.ivs from Bub.nines lor St John, NB 25th ills'. tiO miles East of Sandy Hook. furelgn I'oria. Aransas Bav. Oct 9?Arr 5th, schrs Piedmont, of AValdobo ro, frim Ne.s York, with troops and stores; Josephine. New Orleans; ktli, Plantageuet, do; 9th, Enittia, do. In pott, sch-s lends, for New Or'eans, wtg wind; 11 L Kinney, for T*oFtien , ? . .... Galveston; sloop Orange Brauch.do. Steam schr Augusta is still u-vd as n lighter. Schra Cornelia and Co T f Hunt, used as t ceivii g vessels. Sid 11th schr President, New York Hsvv a. Oct 10?Arr lings ( ainargn, Havr-; 1 tth, Havana Packet. Antwerp', achr Agnes. Hull Sid6th. ships Ma de Is ! Paz o:J St N .rcio, Cadiz, polacre Reaolucion, Malaga; brig Pursuit, Baltinmre;8ili. brig b lizabeth, Philadelphia; lU'.h, Rs- ; p.do. London;achr Warsaw, Newport. Hamilton. Bermuda, Oct 8?CM Olive Brauch, Alexau , dm, I?C. St Georges. Bermuda. Oct 11?Arr schrs Patriot. ( a'es, N j Y ork, and eld I5tlt for Turks Island; Lady Ad tins, from Hall- , fax, NS. Koine Corti, .Vrxi.Ai hicola. Oct II?In port, brigi Civags, Cushing, for New Y'ork. Idg; C E Piatt, Pi'tuiau, fin do, wtg. Boston. Oct 25?Arr ships Child, B itaviv, Stc; Mas.in, Cron stadt; barques Brighton. Calcutta; Zulette, Malaga; brig Mo hawk. Palermo: schrs Kimbler, Sydney; Bcituatc. Zone, and Elizabeth. Philadelphia Telegraphed, ling Erie.Philadelphia. I Signal for 2 brig*. Cld ships Emperor. (new) New Orleans; i American, Norfolk: barques Autos Patten,Ftvuaeola; Cotno, Charleston; brigs Christiana, ilo; Sarah Jane, Anx Cayes; Vir- j giu, Si Thomas; M'Lellan, llavatn; Baltimore, Baltimore; IS j r'rotklin, Philadelphia; schrs Pearl, Mobile; Win H Turner, Albany via Bristol; Andrew Brown, do via Roudont; Glide. Level): Jasper, Howes, and Mirror. Avery, New York. Sid , this foreiiuou sliina Radius. E Bruce. Konoiiasset: briga Ella. : .Messenger, and a'l anchored in the Br ads. Barques Gulnarr i and irsiichcstcr started, but euchoied in the stream. V,*;Ld I f NE Bhistol.Rl Oct 2??Arr schr Cinderella, Providence, to ! It id for New Y'ork; 23d. schr Spy, Pawtuekit for Philadelphia; | sloop Sally. Providence for Albany ( HaRt.r.sT n. Oct 23?Arr brig Ltndm, Kundsoit, New ; Y'ork; 21st, E>quin aux. Havana. Sri* Bkiiforu, Oct 2l?Sid schr Caravan, Wood's Hole, lo lo. I oil lor New Y ork Dropped brlow. ships Inez, and Obed Mitchell.for NW Co.iat;scbr Harp, Plnladrl|ihia. New Orleans, Oct 17?t Id ships Indiana, and Rose, Liver- | poc|; Martha Cork and '? ink I; brig Joven Enrique. (Sp) Hi- ] vana;schr? K9 Larndiri, Sisal;Gen Worth, Arnuia-, Bay Art ! lGt'i, slops Elizabeth, Liverpool; Rubicon, Havre; buft'ulk. Boston; schrs Piedmont, Maria M Klotta, and Fame. Aransas Bay; towtioat Star, towed down and to sea llth, sliip Jane Bliss. Cld barque Mary, Baltimore; lirig Magnolia. Havana; Mex se.hr Atrevida, Cain peachy. Arr 15th, steam ship Alalia me. Aransas Bay; ships Henry. Bremen; Hindoo, I.tverpool; Harriet Rockwell, and Aivttin Boston; luirque Zamoia. Peiiaa c la; schrs Wm Bryan, and Gertrude, Arn.j is Bay; Louisa Antoinette, Galveston Xewfort, Oct 2<?(Office of the Rhode Nlander)?Arr 23d, scbri Benj H Field, and Hope W < iandy. Fall Hirer lor Phila. delphia; e'miiful Y'lue Falmuulh for Charleston: 24th. In crease Fall River for Philadelphia; sloop Tecurnseh. Provi dewee for New Y'ork. Providence. Oct 24?Arr schr Meteor, Phil delphia for Paw tnck't. Sid sloops Willard, and New Y ork, New Y'ork. Arr 22d, Hope, do. I Richmond Oct 24?Cld brig Massachusetts, Liverpool._ Sid srhr Larkin, Wareham. Arr schr Win Wright, New Y'ork; M.ign t, Boston. Sai ANNaii. Gel 21?Arr brig N G Bourne, Camden; 20 h. hrigs Tower, Charleston: ' hailcs Joseph, Boston Mil bri* ] Larch, Kingston, Ja. Cld 19th, brig Savannah, Hawley.N'ew Y'ork Thomaston, Oct 20?S|d ship Johi Hollsrd, having bee' ashore below on Gay's Island; 21st. brig Saline, Mobile, l id , 22<l. schrs Adelaide Willow and Extio, Richmond. YValthai.L, Va. Oct 41?Sid shi|i l outier. Wolfe, Rio; brig j Hartley, Corson. New Y'ork. Hirst CJ'i "ec J J M J ?-| ROSE HILL STABLES. 24 th street. betweei , JVjil ami Jd Avenues, and nearly oppoait- Bull's Heed i ' ' l"?r arrived from the country, and for sale at th I a'? .la ?!? ?, CO Horses, among which are four fast trotting j !i ira.-s, 2 I .at ; acinic do., aeveral |?ir? farm horses. tome flue c.rt lOrtes, ? few good road .old at rgr horses, and shipiv-ra. al 2m'rrc K. H. NORTHRUP, Proprietor. ROHbRTsON'S i PI If KMX HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, iOll Kiflton Street, liijtwecn Wlllluin mid Nassau. C* THE Sueeea* which haa attendad the effort! of j^ia'he Proprietor of (his Establisnment, to introduc into use a aaperior article at an extremely low tuice, encoura ges Inm to in ,ke mere ised eiertious to merit trie patrouag- o' tie Public, The peculiarity of lata ayatem of conducting bu sine,a consist* in tlia establishment of the moat rigid i-couomy in ita various de,iartm nla, as well ns in an invariable adhe rence to "Caah on delivery," relieved from the oppr -a-iiveex peases o the inure extravagant craftsmen of Broadway, ami ,iiloot ted to none of iboae losses which aie the ccrtaio .tecum pail I men 101 the "credit priueii le." Heti enabled to offer th* different articles in his line at the following reduced ratea ;? HATS. Buality Nutria Fur (3 50 do do do 3 00 Hir?t do Moleakiu 300 See and do do 2 50 cats. Kirtt Quality Cloth $1 50 Second do ho I 00 Third do do 75 ? 13 Ini'm LOOK AT THIS. IMPORTED FRENCH BOOTS of the beat quality at the extreme low price of $5 00 The heat of r reach I nil Booli made to otder $ i, and ?> K'eat *?> -ortment of line Calf Boots SI and St; linear call Sfe.ea $1 50 to 22 24. alao ifi eat naaortmeut of patent leather Boot', Shoea anil G,i:?ri l. -lv's will lind in this store the greatest aaaoi-inent of ti iter, to lie found in the city ; alao Buskins, Slips, Tier, ludia Rub o-r?. Prunel'a Blips, whih- md black a tin. Inc., tic. Likewise Boys Calf Bonta and Shoea. Mis iff and Children do, nil kind, and c< lora, our own manufacture; alao lue beat '?! Krench 1 roods,and warranted the beat and cheap as the cheapest at 367 Broadway corner Eiankliu street. ol Im'trc M. CAIIII.L. BOOTS AND SHOES AT RETAIL. \ large and splendid assortment of city made Boors and !Shoes, ot tin-in ?t approved atrlea and woikmruahip, lo. -.ale twenty-five tier cent che*|a-r than at any other at ire u. New V'nrli Jurt received, a few cares of Hue H'rriiri. Calf Urea* Hoots Gentlemen so disposed, can furnish then understanding w ith hi eleitaut pairot Boots, at prices varying from three to live dollars. a!7 lm*rc EKliNCH ti EVERETT, 73MuJeaUne FINE hRKNCH BOOTS EGK ?3 50 CITY MADE ?For style and durability tliey are equal tothoae sold in other storca for S5 ; live Krench fcnperiul dreaa Boots ?nude to order tor St 50, equal to those made in other in.ca lor S" ami $7. id wairantrd to give satisfaction, at \ 01 SO &L JONES' French Imperial Boot and Shoe Manu facturing Depot, one of the most Inihiouabla Boot and Shoe estahliahments ill thil city, Gentlemen thai are in want ol a pair of dreaa Boots, will litid a saving of fifty per cent b) getting them of na. Menduia alao done m the store. VVM. M. YOUNG k H. B. JONES, ? 17 Im ? mc No 4 Ann at., ne.ir Broadway, New York. TO COUNTKY MERCHANTS -HOOTS AtoU SH OES. j- K. sJOHN.SON (1'tt^ VVtlion At Jtihnn'iu) has [Won h?nd, in ilorc 142 f.'lintlr.in , direct I v* 11 jiipotite th?* thfAtrc, one of the heet asoned stocks ol oootA tud Shoes that cau bf had in the city. Gents Kij?, ill, Gram and Henl, Thick and 1'hiu Holed Bo??tf and Hhoes. p^K ? anil i?pwpiI, from th* KflAtcrn iitano factor ies: L.iidici Gaiter*, Bukkius Ties, Blips. lie.. of every description. A xri*<?t?*r tariety of Children*' Hhoea than any other store in (his c,ty Gentlemen alma Gaiters, twent y different kinds. Genta Buckskin Bhora, Hportsmeu's, Fishermen's, and Seamen's Boots. 1 Store open till 10 o'clock in the eveuinc, giving country mer chants an oppoitunity of Hamming the goods at their leimte. *9 lm*mc .iHOTHKMH.n.S II., I.c ,,n ~77.trG.VE sr.' KiTABblShK.D \tni A Lis MEDICINES III thl. r'-.t.-.h'i W -ranted ge?a. rl lie. No boys or inriparien d Ml,, ,,"r r). lowed to wait no customers- The lr v?? .,,t, |,M.cliei foi sole or applied by an experienced person WM WATSON Chemist sail Pharmaceutist fr <m A tandri.'s a.70 lll?*r 172 Oaf-. I Strci Cond,',., ? liEJNTlalKY. Observations on the bet nn ui of pre i rving n teeth no ipriisnhle to health, beauty and comfort, found, o.i Ionic and exte ive practice, lyt M. Levett, Dvutist; 1 lie i i I t'oduce- in i lutvrtioii of Artificial Teeth on the principle i, , Aimosp n-iic piesajie Tins ain.ill work will be found Hatful jo the he nla ot 'families, while persons who have lost teeth will . lie nilorined of the beat methods for replacement and preaetv.i I tion of those remaining : May lie had of the author, 260 Broad j Way, rorner III Warren st. all Im'mc 1 p NAI HeHH?5000 Has Western Live Gerse Heathers, in ? very fine order, lor tale by E. K. COLLINS ll CO. hahml :hxrpT ?9 AiiUsonr St., 9 Doom fMia ?n?ilww, ? AM KM MANLY Y, the culr PtpM of iekasliaa tltra, ol O Luuduu and ra/U, call* public attention lu Us stock ofln>. pro* ml Patent Double and single Actiuu H.rps, including hu celebrated *1$ oc. Urand (iotluc Instruments with Metallic VT bmtiug Bui?, kc. lie. J ones Han ley has been honored with the teatimoumlt of Uia President of the United States, the American MimMtr* to tha I'ourtsol Loudon and Paris, Professors Bochsa, Alvars, Chat tertnn, Horn, and uumer.ni. others from private individuals ol distinguished music <1 talent. Q > Observe, 85 Anthouv street, J doors frutn Broadway. yf HAHP8 RKPAIUED. Strings, kc. >12 liu'rc MRS. HARPER'S CELEBRATED COUGH REM EOY. 'T*HIS VALUABLK MEDICINE is particularly reeotn I meuded as being the uiost effectual cure for Asthma. Whooping Cough, ''olds of every description. Bronchitis, and all Atiectmus ot th? Lungs. It is constantly prescribed by our most eminent physicians, aud has stood the test of thirty years, anJ over 20 00J bottles are uow consumed auuually. hor sale at is, 2s, aud 4. per ""'^EKS It ANDERSON, Wholesale Agents, 61 Bowery, corner Walker street. Always on haud, Hooper's Female Pills, geuniue j Daily's Pain Extractor; Bristol's iSarsaparilla ; Kresh Swedish Leeches, a22 Im'inr Mltfc UAKK<>LL'& MEDICATED, VAPOR Ac SULPHUR BATHS, ISA Pulton Street,Opposite St. Paul's Church MRS. CAltiiOLL bsgi ton-mind her patrons of the effica cy of i <v Vapor Baths in curing Colds, rheumatism,chills and fev r.kc. Sulphur Baths rei|trire half au hour's notice. Per*-, ,e Vapor Batha tent to any pint of the city or vicinity, all Im re EAGLE BATHS, 5!iN Pearl Street. BETWEEN Centre and Elm atreeta.?Warm, Cold and Shower Baths, equ.l to miy in tin; city, I2>i cents each. (Jood clean single beds, 12 V* cents each. Meals t2>i eta. each Board and lodging, $2,50 per week. New simper, from London, Liverpool, Canada and all the principal cities in the United States, on tile. jvin* DR. HULL'S TRUSSES AND ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER. tT^HK superiority of Dr. Hull s Iitstrnmenta over all others A is acknowledged by the most eminent Physirnuia in Eu rope aud America. Office 4 Veoey street. Astor House A femalein attendance in the I uliea' iDinrtmeut all lm*m OKKIOE OE THE NEW YORK OAS LIGHT CO. October 13th. 1315. THE PRESIDENT and Directors have this day declared a Y di? uleiid of four ..id one half per cent on the c ipital stock ofthw coiiip-uy. for the s,t inontns enditig 1st August last, 1 ly-ihle to lu- stockholders on aud alter Saturday, t ie 1st Nov ..est. "1 he transfer hock w ill be closed from the 25'h distant to that date. By order, C L . E\ i'.lll I' T, S. crrtary. n.4to Nl re TtlE ODD FELLOWS' OFFERING FOR 1846 JUS T PUBLISHED, BY McGOVVAN iSc YR LAD WELL, No. OS Dnt i-lny Street. '|VHE ODD KELLOW8' OFFERING, KORIW?Edited A by Pasclnl Doualdsou?Embelloh with elegant Kugra viugt on Steel, from Original Designs by Casilver mid Mor ton, and bountifully bonud in Morocco and Gilt. The usual di.eoaut alio wed to Booksellers. si I lin*r A CHEMICAL B A I.SAM, Or Ilnlr Invlgorntor. REMEDY for oil diseases incidental to the Hair aud its restorative, in aii cases where Baldness is not beyond the reach of art. .ill.una or thk Chemkl Bit ssm or Ham Invioortor.?It prevents Baldness It removes DarJriff and Cutaneous Scruff, it kee|is the Hair in i's iiilu.it I color and Prevents it from turning grey. It is now i resented !o nit world, with a Gun be lief, that as a beautiful aud healthy restorative of the Hair it will be found on trial unequalled. Prepared solely by E Pha lon, No. 211 Broiilway. Agents? O. Fish It Co., Washington, D. C.; Ayer icPlirlan, 78 broad sr., Columbus Georgia; Turtle. Assembly Build ings cormr of Tenth and Chesuut sts., Philadelphia; H. It ice, corner of Court and Howanril; streets, Boston : C B. Brew er, No. !0j Fultou at . Brooklyn; M. S_ Fletcn.r, Marebou, Ulster Co., N. Y.; V. B. Loc-row, No. 54 Beaver street, Albany. >78 Im'inc MACHINE BELTING. OOODYEAll'S PATENT METALLIC RUBBER MACHINE BELTING. 4 N ARTICLE of great strength and durability, can be A adapted to all kinds of machinery for which leather is used; rasts "-Di.ut oue third less, and is superior to it in m-iiy respects. It is unalfected by heat or cold, and wtieu adjusted to machine ry does net require alteration as is the r.we with leather Koi side by GEO. BEECHER, 100 Broadway. Bt Its of given lengths end thickness made to order, suits 2m* n MASTIC CEMENT Messrs. j. & h. frankland andTRos. Harris beg to recommend to the attention nf all persons inter ested in buildings, their much approved Mastic, which is the ni"St durable and beautiful cnmpimtinu ever yet invented tor covering the exterior of dwelling hons's or public buildings, in iinit .tiou of uiarble or stone ; no lime or wtter enters into the composition of the mastic, which consists of boiled linseed oil, of a thick consistence, which, with the oxides and carbonate of lead, and other ingredieuts, forms a ceineut im|>ervioni to water, hard as astone, and of great durability. Specimens may be seen aud every information given on application to Mr. CHAS. H. MOUNTAIN, Architect, 17 Wall street, N. York. '23 lm*r WILLIAM ARNOLD, M 1)., DENTIST, RESPEC TFULLY informs his friends and ihe public that he continues the practice of h>s profession as usual, at bis residence No. S Warren street. Dr. A having for many years paid strict a'teutiou tu the diseases of the teeth and gums aud the operations incident thereto, and especially to that most necessary and useful one, the filliug ol tr.e teeth with gold, hi pes ky his rare and attention to give general satisiac tiou in that particular branch of his professiou?to his success in which, a liberal and incieasiug patronage (and which he g trf rltyarfcnowled.-cs I amindaiiHv tesiiiy si lm*ni NOTICE. Vf ESSUS. CLARKE 6c 8TEVAN solicit the patrouage o( f'A tlie public to their Temperance Intelligence Office, 9JI-4 Do me street, where they can h ?ve servants of the li s' class, white and colored, Protestants and others, ol all descriptions, ol good moral character. Messrs. Clarbe ScStevan r turu their Since e thanks (or the kind patronage they have so liberally received, and continue to serve the public at 0.*i96 Dusne street, one door west of Hroadw." si? laser SELECT PERFUMERY. LUB1N'*1, Gitorlani's, Piter's, Prevost's, Gueliud's and .vlnugeuet 6c Ooudray's Extracts Colognes; Boaps; Laveti 1 d. r: Oil; Pomatums: Cnstnetiques. Htc; English ami French ! Hair Brushes and Coinbs of all descriptions, together wilb j Ins highly esteemed and well patrouisM Japouica Juice, lot I cleansing the head and moistening the hair, the only thing ? that w ill prevent the hair falling out. Sold at WM. DIB BLEE'S, Coiffeur Americain, 266', (late 271) Broadway. I s3 1 m ? rrc ! iMTMAKSHAnniAnTs CORDIAL RENOVATOR. DR. .MARSHALL HALL, one of the most celebrated Physi cians in Europe, is the discoverer of this valuable medicine. It isnnwused in Ins practice among tne nouoity of Ens land .and through the continent of Europe, and in every instance where used according to directions, has produced the most happy re sults. It is exclusively directed to. the cure of such complaints ts arise from a disorganization of the generative organs. Its quick and w uiderlul action is such that coldness or iinbecility c v not r?main in the system that is under its iuflnence for half si hour. It will afford decided relief to those who by eirly indulgence iu solitary habits, have fallen iutoa state ol chronic debility. Constitutional weakness,brought on by a secret habit indulged in by yonng men. This is, wheu loo frequently indulged in, the jCnCito.t evil that can befall man. Dyape|wia, weakness of the limbs, and small of the back, confusion of intellect, forgetful* uess, palpitation ol the heart, aversion to society, consumption, emaciatiou, are the symptoms of this disease. GleeU, whites, obstruction of certain evacuations, total impoteucy and barren ness are r< moved by this medicine. PHILLIPS 6c BOV NE, Agents. Forwarded to all parts of the United States. Price $2 |>er bottle?6 bottles fur $9. Sold at 14 Puaue it. slJIm'r MEDICINE MADE PA LATAH Lib. SENNA FREE OF ITS TAS1 E &* SMELi*. Vf ILLS' FLUID EXTRACT OF SENNA.?Thu u a if A nnrr extract ol the finest Alexandria Senna, iu a high mate of inflection, prepared in Vacuo. It i* an efficient eaty purga tivi* iu atrial! doses?-those for adults seldom exceeding one or two t HApooiisnil} ai d producer no it:kiif?? or griping m its ope ration ; uot only are the nauseous lastf aud nue II correeled, but th- taste umulr-nd positively <tgr? table and inviting, couse qaently with this preparatior the Uitf.culty attend uot the giving o. St nun to chiidi eu m entirely removed. Instead of the loatii ;ng winch the bulk ,_iio.tr ol the ordinary Senna Tea produces, rlie Mm.l Kxfr.tct ol Senna is f;Leu by them with the kreatest re ?iii.es? end evn. with a relish. ft' pared by VV. MILLS, Practical Cheinitt, (late ns?istaii Lheinist mi tie Laboratory of the *i potheen ii?*s Hull, London. I ^old.wholeMle and,retail, st his office and laboratory, V* I Walker itieet, N. >also at the liable Shirt Manufactory, No | JU Broadway, N. V . s20 lm*r i A liE MED Y FOR SECRET DISEASE S~ i A BERNJUI HY'S PILLS are the most safe, speedy and suc /Acessiul remedy ever iHsuovt red lor the cure of gonorrhoea, gifeta, irritation of the kidne>s, weakness andotherdiseai.es of the urethra aud omans of generation. Abernethy's Pills sre purely vegetable, and for ye?ri have been used w ith a brillian cy of sitccess that has fur superseded all other prepara'ions in the cure of the diseases for which they are recomineuded.? Price $1 i-er box. For sale at Apothecaries' flail, 36 Ca tharine street, and 127 Maiden Lane m lm*rh MfcbiCAL IJiSPENiSAtiV. DOCTOR COB BITT, 19 Daane street, a Member of the Koyal f 'dlegeol burgeons, London, and Member of the , Medical Society ol New ^ oik, may be consulted hi the tre t ! tne at of a certain ut-licht di?.*ue His long experience and I cl. m; attention t<? this cl-US of complaints?his pleasant, sale j and ? x;e*diti? us mode of heatm* ut?ins extraordinary success | during a long and extended practice for thirteen years in this t> ?and above all, his LguiiiMte m?d>c<i| <juxiificntions, axe I i lew of the grounds on which he rests his cl oms. j Dr. Cobbitt'smode of treatment is.aie, effectual and expedi tious, not rt-quirmg ruber the use of mercury or rrstraint iu di et or exercue. | Ktriciarae.cnred in one or two week, with scarcely any i-ain. ' oi stilutiunal Debility.?Those individuals who have in dtisged in a c rtain loathsome and secret habit can positively stored to h^i'th and society Mild cases removed in two to four days. .No c harge made unless cured. Hi member, 19 l>u iM' sl.eef, one door from * hath on *f. oi l?n*m DR. SALMON" S RE MED* LMill disorders ol the Htomach, Liver and K idneys, accom M. (woned wifh indigestion, loss of nppetue, headache,bil ious itlacks, giufJiUi-sa, pulpitatiou, languor, low spirits, loss of I S'rength, pains in the bark, aide, and lower part of tnc c lie at, ? ii ibirnnl eottiveuess, worms, and other dis> ressingsymptoms iir 5til nou s Hemedy has met with extrto diuary success n jirivab' p'actice; aud is prised so highly by ail who hive taker ii, th.it the proprietor his been induced to lutrmluce it to Un I public generally lie assures any sufferer from the above com ? plaints, that it is, as it proteases to fa, a perfect cure, mvigoi ting th? systtm, restoring aiq^ntc, h.-?]th, caloi and strangth 1 rvt-ii to the most debilitated. This KfiiK'dyi-iiutsins no mprcury, nor any ;>reparation it, and dor, nor prrvent the closest attention to business. '1 i? most satisfactory reference, given if required. I)R W.VI. H MILNOR, IM Broadway. '2 Im* rrc cor ?i )0tu, ? ^grnl fnr y aliERVVfJOD'a VIHKA'iORV MAONET1C MACHINES. THE VIBRATORY MOVEMENT recently aubstuutnl ?? for Hie rotary in tin, mscliiiie, by the mibtcrilier, en dows it with au rxtraordinsiy aii|ieriorit) over every form ir. winch It lint been constructed. It is compactly fitted toge^ Ui-r, with its bsttery, wires and other appliance*, iiineatma hoaanyra.es, ol several sizes and powers, si $10 (rwo aires) til, $11 and $10 each, and f.rwarded to order to any part 01 the Union, the Canada*, West Indies, or South America. Karl, rase is accompanied with v Manual (7th edition, pp 224 :?mo )?including a Coinpleie Manual ol the practice o Medicine, with a wry full glossary, giving clear and ample directions lor the use of tile instrument in the various diseases to h Inch if is applicable, and which are found, by the succcas nl I rafrice of hundteds of operators, to include the most pre v Im.i mil at the moat, peculiar and obstinate that ,re -oiiW'ii to the tm-dical pioleasiou, witli ihe proper niediciues each ease. II. II. HIIEKH'OOD, IP2 Chsrabera st A. purdIe; FRIDGE, GIMP, CORD AND TASnEL MANUTACTUREH, t vtiu.'s!!'' Vkllllnm Ktreel. | p Stalra. I i j'1?1 'ie !''1" *" hand, and is dally bringing fur I.. assortment ol the tuovn articles, to which ?tl lm-re t'"B' l,Ciirn Ffmptlv executed. Pnees low. . ii el.,., "READ this. A those f.r li/.Jf. '^T So"<'c*' ?n?l Msdical line,especially lis on the first -t! pic Mioi * J ,X!r" m iV/ai"d m'<llc1r"fr Vi2C ^ "'""Thus H^Tb" PUILAiUBWMU nUTBU. (JOlUMHIA Huutui. rsat, bttwHO Otis uid ? ChMtiiut (UMt,Mwmi Btll uid TtkttrMU, PHILADELPHIA. 'IMIE SUBSCRIBERS rsspsclfully inform llwfr friends and A tli* trstvllmg public,thsy have ukeu the above hoaM,(far nvrly kuown u the Marshall House,) sud have inad* extsusivs alterations aud improvemeats in its interior, huvingspared no ? udrunioi '? expense to render it one of tbt uioit pleasant aud fashionable houses hi the city. The parlors are numerous. the chamber* large ami well arranged, tne furniture entirely new. In loca tion ia in the inoit central part of the City, uear to all the places of public ainusruieut, and convenirnt to the depot* of the Soiuliem, Weatrrn and Northern routei.. The tables will be supplied with all tin" delicacies o| the sen son. The Wines are ol toe choicest brands, and have been carefully selected. .The proprietors hope by their iwsoiwl attention ai.d experience in the business, to give satislactiou to those who may favor . them with their patronage. _ BAGLEY, MACKENZIE & CO. James Bagley, (lateof Joues' Hotel.) Heury C. Mackenzie, (formerly of the Washington House.) Peter L. hVrguioa. July 1st. 1845. irl Siu'ee JUST OPENED. C O la U M B I A HOUSE, CHESTNUT STREET, Between Sixth and Seventh Street, PHILADELPHIA. BAGLEY. MACKENZIE It CO. Projnirtort. JAMES B AOLEA', law of Jonea' Hotel. HENRY C. MACKENZIE,formerly of PETER L. FERGUSON. of Washington House s242uirc WTI.SON'S Hotel and dining room, .") Goltl street, near Maiden Lane. ftOL'NTRY MERCHANTS will liud this a desirable House, being convenient to the business part of the city. This establishmeut.is. fitted up with entjrely uew furniture,. Good s, lodgings 25 i and substantial dinner, l#;i cents, lodgi ugs 25 rents. For con venience and comfort this noose iseqnd to any hotel in the city, and ut half the price Permanent boarders can he accommodated on very reasonable terms. All the delicacies of the season served op, as soon as they arrive in market, at half the price of other nouses Elegant private pirlora, for the referee cases, or private dinners or sup per parlies. Tn?rery best of Honors jti5Jm*re THE 1-riH.UESTAND MUST >/.'/QNlt'ICENT CONCERT, bALL, AND LECTITKE ROOM, IN BROOKLYN. '|AHE subscriber would respectfully inform such persons as A ere desirous of engaging rooms during the ensuing winter, for the purpose of BalU, Concerts, Lectures sud I u'dic M?eS i.igs, that there is now erecting on the premises of Brooklyn Garden, s l.nge and commodious bui ding to he devoted exclu sively to kuch purp. se?to he completed by the 25'h October, lit 1.5 ; r>nd the u.,d<r?ingin d will endeavor to render it the heat and most couvrun-ut ol any room in this city. The Ball Room will have a spring lloor, constructed on the most approved pi vs. Terms moderate. o2l 2w* J Vf. VAN PELT. miENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP 'I'MK greatest medicine in the world, for the cure ol Colds, A Coughs. Consumption, and all Broncheal, Pulmonary, Pleuritic aud Dys|eptic Affections. Of all the remedies now knowis, there is hut oue that cai. he relied ou for the cure of that *' terror of the human race," Consumption?tliat remedy is Seliei.ck's Puluioiiic Syrup. It has succeeded iu cases w here every thiug else has failed, and it will generally suc ceed in turiug every case of Consumption, where the follow ing things nr.; attended to, viz :?A fair trial, perseverance, and u strict conformity to tne directions. It may not lie amiss to state .he reason of the great success of the Pulmonic Syrup? it is the most powerful purifier of the system known?it ope rate, by assisting natuie to exjrel the disease from the lungs, stomach. and liver, where there is hectic, fever, uiijht sweats, constipation, all usual sy nptomsof Cous'imptiou The use of the syrup rernnso's the lever, stops t>-e night sweats, ami regu lates the .ic-usa-of 'he l.tswels. makiug tliein healthy aud uatu ral ; it soothes aud ripen* the disease of the lungs,aud then el pels it in the form of expectorated inrlter, and it if truly aston isiiing what quantities of cor, upturn are expectorated by the patients geueially who have t ken the Pulmonic Syrup and this continues until all iliae.se of the luags is removed, and the patient finds to his joy that he is restored ro health. The geuuiue Pulmonic byrup can lie had at the proprietor's otfice, No. 4 Cour'laud street, a few doors west of Broadway Please notice that P. S. BEEKMAN is no louger agent for the genuine Schenck's Pulmonic Sj rup. *23 Im* r | MAGNETIC KEPELLANT. DK. A. POWER, member of the Royal College of Surgeons of London and Edinburgh, aud of the principal Colleges of the United States, and for several years assistant to the late Sir Astley Cooper, can be confidentially consulted at his pri vate i,Dices, No. 15 Chambers street, New York, upon all diseases of a delicate nuturt?to the treatment of which he lias confined his practice for the last 17 years. Syphilis, Gouorriiue i and Gleets, w hether recent or of long standing, cured in a few days, without the use of mercury or enpaiva, or uncharge made. btricture, which, of all diseases, ia the most insidious, often commencing and stealthily advancing where its existence isuot even dre.unt of, producing the most lnmeutable effects upon tlie inuid aud nervous system of the patieut. aome of the most prominent symptoms are prostration of the natural ener gies, aversion to society, and the involuntary escape of a few drops of water, alter adjusting the clothes, subsequent to voiding urine. Hundreds of esses have been successfully totted upon my newly discovered system of Magnetic Repul sion. Uius avoiding the intolerable pain aud great danger attan d.oit upon the rash introduction of instruments. Sell Pollution is a morbid habit, often arising with the inex perienced, aud w lieu once contracted, most diffiuult to over come? producing in many instances, idiocy, loss of memory, pains iu the back aud loins, nocturnal emissions, itnpoteney and sterility : the sufferer is sjieedily enabled, under my treat ment, t* subdue this pernicious practice, aud the system is re stored to its pristiue vigor, by the use of the Electro-Magnetic Balm. Fluor Albus, or Whites, Obstructions and Suppression of the Menses, and all diseases of the female sex, kave received a large dure of my research and attention. 1 am the only quali lied practitioner who has had the moral courage to antagonise the empiricism which so fearfully prevails iu this most ueg lected branch of medical scieuce. On the doubts and fears which often deter Iroln marriage, and ou all other matters conuected therewith, 1 may be con so Ited with the most houorable n-gard to iutegrity aud se crecy. Patients at a distance will please be a? minute as possi- , ble in the description of theircases. No letters taken (rum the Post Office unless paid. Offices No. 15 Chambers street, between Centre street aud Cnetliam street. Hours from 7 A . M. to 10 P. M. si!7 lm'r ALEXANDER'S TK1COBAPHE. Anew and invaluabk discovery, being a liquid I)ye, which inatuutanc ously changes the color of the h.iir to a buatun](mm or bUek. without injury to the hair or akin. The great superiority of this Dye COtttiltl in its May mode of application, ami iuitiuitaueous effect?all other dyes requiring from ten to tw elve hoars to produce any change* Its superior excellence will be appareut to every one upon a single application. Extract from the "Philadelphia Daily Sun."?Ai.exa!*dkb'j TnicoBAPHK.?The effect of the above on the hair is truly as tonishing. It was tried yesterday in our office, and the change from gray to black was instantaneous. Extract from the "Philadelphia Daily Forum."?Several of our acquaintances have recently applied to their hair the valua ble liquid Dye known as Alexander's Tricohaphe?a new and valuable discovery ; and it has in no case failed to produce the desired effect. Immediately after applying it to gray hair or whiskers, it imparts a beautiful brown or black color. For sale by Rusliton Ik Co. druggists. III) U roadway; 10 As tor House, and 346 Broadway, corner 14th street; Aspin w all, Hi William street; Johussn, klonre it Taylor, 01 .Maiden lane ; J. W. Wright St Co. J Cedar st eet; and of the principal I, C r of sole agents, ,t J South Itn street, oll!m*rc Philadelphia. druggists throughout the United States, <r of sole agents, H. k G. A. WRIGHT,iS South Ith street ALOPECY, OH falling off of the Hair and Pityriasis, or Daudruff, Scurf, tec., are positively cuied by the use of Hill's Infallible Ougueut, which is an old a'd well tried s|iecific lor all diseases of the hair of scalp ol the head. It is a certain preventive ol grey or red hair, or if they do exist, a thorough use of the Ou g lent will cliauge the color;, it will make the hair flexible, in clined to curl, keep it moist longer, uud give it a glossier s|e peannce than any other preparation uow iu use, in which as sertion 1 am fully sustained by the numerous certificate- iu my possession, a f?w of which are annexed. Sold wholesale and retail, No. 13 Nassau street. New York, May 21, 1342. To Mr. Wm. Hill. Dear Sir,?A short timp since my hair became dry, exceed ingly harsh, and finally commenced falling out, which inertmed to such an alarming extent that it became quite thin, and what remained appeared |a-rfectlv lifeless ; indeed I was fearful of losing all or it. At Inst*through your |a-rsua?ton, I was in duced to try your Infallible Ongiieut, which I am happy to say iu a short tune caused iny hair to entirely cease filling off, as suinea moist, soft and glossy nature, and I may add tint differ ent memb-rs of my family (rapeciully the female portion) have used the Ouguei.l for like i urpnses with like success. Yours resiieclfully, ASA GARDNER, Proprietor of City Hotel. New York, May 6, 1344. I do eertifv that I have been seriously afflicted witn dandruff end falling off of my hair for more than live years, hud have made use of several articles said to be sure remedies for the same, and found no benefit arising Ironi them, hut quite 'lie re verse ; fin dly, htlhe request of Mr. Hill I was induced to try his Infallible Unguent, ami the result has lieeu highly satisfac tory in removing the < audruff, staying the hair, and causing it to grow, and 1 would recommend any one afflicted with Die above to make use of the Ougueut, being perfectly satisfied they will reap great benefit from the same. 8 A. TOWERS, Manchester, Ontario County, N. Y. Nr.w Yore, October, 1844. Mr Wm. Hill: Sii,?Having had the misfortune to lose the greater part of my hair by a gradual falling off during a tour of over four months out Weal. I was induced by the suggestion of my fneinli, who h U been similarly afflicted, to try you.- Infallible Ougueut. and to my great joy it has completely restored my hair to more than its original growth ; it afso makes the hair moist, soft, lud gires it t beautiful dressy appearauce. Respectfully, J. 11. 8ANDER80N, 130 Pearl street. Recollect Hill's lufalliblr Ougueut can be obtained only at Ins principal office oil llie Nortnw est comer of I'lne and Nassau streets, and at the following agents, New York :? Wm H-Uamv k Co., 136 i'earl street; I. Or,ham k Co.. 73 Watrr street: hlr. Thomas tSewel, 473 Grand street. Brooklyn, C Hteane, 4 hemivt, 131 Pulton street ; Mrs J. Jordan's Kane Store, yt Ail mtic stieet William.burgh, E fl oirett's Con fectionary, in 1st, brtw-eu Grand and South 1st streets. Albany. I). A Herrick, No. 8 fjeiavau House Baltimore, .Mil , Messrs. Mortimer k Mowbry, comer of Mnket and Charlei streets. s23 lin'rre LUCLNA CORDIaT,, "R ELIXIR OF LOVE, V8 the touch ef earth restored vigor, activity and eonfidei.ee to the exhausted arteries, so with that glorious prepara tion LUCINA COKD'AL, reinvest >he gein-ralive organs, however w eakeutd, with their original power. There is not a shadow of a doubt that this is true, and were not the subject of too deliea e a nature, hundreds would tesiily to the ucrival led efficacy of t is I orilial as a S| ei-ific for barreuness, fluor at bus, gle-ts. irregularities hi the secretions, pains in the kio tiey i, female suppressions, (o the reverse) prol -psus uteri, and mfnet almost eVi-ry disease to which ihe most delicate Port ion of tlie human orgaiiiutiou is liable. It cannot' iudeed, cure | tnalforinntiou of Ihe parts, but for any thing short ol that it. is off,-red as au infilliblr cur? for barrenness, while in all ihe oth er diseases enumerated loose, whether acnt" or chronic, it will he found a safe and sovereign re sdy. The LiicliU Co dial isa gentl? tonic, oiiMaling generally upon thesecietivr or guts and bracing Ihe whole system without so far stimulating any function aslo produce subsequent relaxation. On ihe con trary, it teems to act u, |>ei|-r( harmony with nature, and does nut ? restr a temporary vigor, but a permanent renewal of the natural energies. The firsr bottle used will fully conviuce the purchaser of the truth of all we have asserted Pt insipid Office 12 ? Kultou street, New Yotk. H >ld alto by H,-th VV. kowle, IJ- sf.in; Dr. Wadsworth, Providence; J. S. Muiphy, 90 Nortli Sii h : tri-et, Phil delphia; IIH Tyler-John .M Lnroque, and Rob-rts and Athin-on, B altimore:''n.-rles Siotf, Washington City: (). N. I.mtli rum, Georgetown; J. I) W blur, Loui ville, Kv ; Sanilford k Parks, Cineinncti: .. d by HO othe. person 111 any of the above named places I'. ie, S3 |ier bill tie, or f/i per do/en *24 Iter Il lXil'- FOR YOllKSELT HUNTERIAN DISPENSARY, No.3 Division street, es tablished A I). I83> by the present ptoprietor, for the sue cesslul trer.tmi ul of a disease of a secret nature, and for the sale of DR. HUN I KR'HHED DROP. This medieiue it ilia only remedy on earth that ran safely Ire relied on to thoroughly cure this horrid disease without injury to the constitution, and without diet or hindrance from business, even when all els* have failed. A Comprehensive treatise accompanies each vial, (with full directions) which la warranted to effectually cure in all cases, no matter how long standing, or how deeply sealer! Ill I the system, with lest trouble to the patient, and in a snorter ' space of time, than any other medieiue in the world, or no I y will be uken. Price #1 pu vial. ?? lm?* m0 AT THE WEiT END. m a^wsesu. or WavcrijrPlMt, HAS the honor Co inform the Ladies tiuit ho ho* just re ceived by the late arrivals from Havre a splendid assort FRENCH FALL GOODS, thai hare boon (elected with particular care at Paris for this Store only, which he begs leave to call the attention of the La dies In examine WEDDING AND SOIREE DRESSES Kmb'd. Muslin Dresses. Poiut de D' Augleterre dreaaea Rich thread lace do " with flounces, Brussels thread do Extra rich thread Bounces, Emb'd. with thread do " " (carta, mile do do " " bertns, Rich white aatin, do " thread lace vaila, Poiut de Rrtuael do " alaevaa nnd cups. RICH SILKS, All in Pattern Dreaaea. Sillu?Uroche Veue.ien, Silka?Black aitra *? Arceuciel richly ahad'd Pekin Camayeua, " Glace Ombre, " Horiroutale Stripca, " Rera Royale. " Pekin chinoia, " Ombre ' adrille, " Cardoline Perse, " White Watered, extra * Hcrmina Riche, " Algerieu Nuame. PjvRIS EMBROIDERIES. Extra rich Pellertnes, EmbMualiu Points, do do Chemisettes, do do Eichua, do do Collars, do do Cauezous, do do Bertha, Trimmed with Valen Cuffs, Rich erob. Pocket Hdkl's. splendid Mmtellaa. VERY RICH SHAWLS AND CLOAKS. Thibet Shaw la and Cloaka, New atulf for Cloaks, Tartar do do Caahineni Cloaks, Mi.gadon do do Printed ''aahiuere d'ecoaaa, Plaid do do Muslin de Lames. RICH CASHMERES FOR DRESSES Emb'd C&aliuierr d'ecoaae in dress patterns. Also, a very large assortment KrrLcli Jewelry, Htucules, Sasbes. Riboos, Perfumeries, and a vsliety ofFancy Articles not to be found in any other part, than at the West end. sit lm*rh THE GENUINE GALVANIC RINGS AND MAGNETIC FLULD. r|vHESE articles are daily acquiring an increased reputation JL for rheir perfect sue ess 111 curing all kinds of Rheuma tism and Nervous Co npl tints. No inatfer how chronic or se vere may he the disease 11 readily ) telds 10 the mysterious power of Galvanism as applied by this novel and beautiful in vention. Tic Doloreux, Paralysis, Apoplexy, Cramp, kits, Sick Hradaclie and the long train of nervous disorders are permanently relieved when every other me-na Ins been tried without avail. Certificates from our most respei table citileus are daily accumulating regarding the surprisn 1: efficacy ol these articles, and several intelligent Physicians constantly re commend them in their practice. Galvanic Bauds, Bracelets, tec., which can be adapted to any part of the body with p rlrci convenience, ire also to be ou hoard. Toe only place iu New 1 urk to obtam the articles ge nuine is at the Ageucy of Dr. Christie, the Inventor and Pa tentee, No. i34 Kultou street, (Sun Building.) All sold else where are spurious imitatioua. old 2w*mc TINCTURE AND LOTION OP IN VIGOR ATION. VKRREY'8 TINCTURE AND LOTION OK INVIGO RATION are, beyond all comparison, the inost rapid and permanent stimulau s 111 existence. They speedily reuew the impaired energies of life, remote impotcucy, uufruitfulness, and rniitirutiai-al debility, and are quick and poii'ive remedies for all the diseases produced by certain solitary habits. Their effect is so absolute and permanent, that the v gor they impart is felt 111 live minutes after they are mad-- use of, nnd is as last ing as it is puwerfu! and pleasant. The Tincture, which is ex tremely pie isaut to the taste, is an internal, and lite Lotion an t sternal remedy; and they may be used separately with great advantage, but are most efficacious together. Prepared in pint bottles?price two dollars, or three do.lars for a bottle ofeach. For sale at the Patent Medical Agency, II Ann St., back office, first Hour For the convenience of persons living at 1 distance, the Tincture and Lotion are also prepared iu powders, which are equally effective, and are sent by mail, folded 111 letterlorm, with full direction for preparation and use, at double litter postage. Price three dollars for a letter package, containing two powders, one for the Tincture and the other for the Lotion; or live dollars for a double package. All orders must be post paid, and directed to DE LAUNEY U GRAY, New York city. 0I6 lm*r CONSUMPTIVES, DOUBT NO LONGER! BUT read the followiug and reflect.?Another Wonderful Cure:? PHILADELPHIA, April 1, 1845. 1 hereby certify that during the riots in Southwark of July lut, owing to exposure and fatigue in the jierforinance of mili tary duty, my health received a severe shock. In the latter part of August, all the symptoms of PULMONARY CONSUMP TION appeared. At this juncture I called in my first physician, who attended me some w eeks without benefit, mid told me dis tinctly that he considered my disease beyond the reach of ha muli aid. I now employed another physician, who nt once recommended THOMSON'S COMPOUND SVIIUP OF TAR AND WOOD NAPTHA. 1 used twelve bottles, and 1 testify that in common with thousands of others, who have been cured by this medicine, that to it alone 1 owe my restora tion to health. JAME8 ANDREWS, No. 217 Catharine at. I was called to attend to the above case, iu the secoudary stage of the disease. 1 found the patient laboring under coin pies disease of the lungs and liver; ulceration of the latter had taken place, and by percussion 1 discovered an abscess had formed in the right lung The cnse being apparently hopeless and beyond the reach of the usual treatment, I resolved at once on using Thomson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Nap. tha, the virtues of which I had previously tested, scarcely ex pecting it would reach a case so desperate. The result is, A CURE THE MOST EXTRAOHDINAHV, henceforth dis pelling all doubts respecting the efficacy of this excellent medi cuie, in diseases of the lungs and liver. M. CHAMflERS.M.D. Philadelphia, April 1,1815. Principal office, North-East corner of Fifth aud Spruce sts. Itxiladelphia. Sold wholesale aud retail by A. E. SANDS (it CO. Chemists and Druggists, 273 Broadway, corner of Chambers st. Sold also at 7!) Fulton si.and 77 East Broadway. Price 54 cents. s9 Iin'mc THIRD EDITION PRIVATE TREATISE, BY DR. RALPH, ON certain delicate diseases, in which the best and most convenient means of cure are stated in the plainest possi ble manner (the prescri|Xions used in the author's own practice being given without reserved giving also a clear and faithful description of several innoeeift disorders frequently mistaken for venereal, which afford a wide field for tire extortions and deceptions of a well known boasting cl tst of people. None but those who have had peculiar opportunities of judging, can possibly imagine the numerous and varied sources of deception which exist on this subject, nor the sufferings, both in unud and body, they entail upon society. To be nad only at 88 Greenwich street. Price SI. (It may be seat by post, un bound.) P. S. Aware of the opinion in general entertained of those who obtrude their skdl upon the publie (multitudes of whom are seen in almost every paper), it is considered a duty fci give the following statement as the ground ou which this iitlle book claims especial confidence:? Besides the author a rank as Graduate of F,diuburgh,8tc.?Ins former works on medicine, vir... The "Domestic Guide to Medecine," which has pawed through several editions, a Trea tiseou Dvipepaia.on the Epidemic Cholera,fete.,be.,he has tes timonial leiters from the moat eminent physicians ol Europe t* the most eminent in America, as Sir Astley Coonc to DrMott of this city, Dr. I'hysick of Philadelphia, and others, and, which is most gratifying, has permi ssion to refer to almost every physician ofemiurtice in the city. O" The author has lately observed that several pretenders have as nearly imitated his advertisements, and the title of his book, as tbey could do : but those who aliould uiiforuuate ly happen to be misled will very soou detect the imposture. xM Im'm (Xt ItE vl A UK. A K L E (JUK ES-OI DR. J. FRANCIS, OCULIST, 405 Broadway. 4th Door troin Grand Street. W.M. BIRD, 7 William street, was almost blind for sixteen mouths, with neubalaa covering the sight, is now per fectly restored. Charles Barry, late of the Hamilton Literary and Theologi cal Institute, 22 years nearly blind from amaurosis, has beeu perfectly cured. Miss Corcoran, 81 Mulberry street, totally blind of one eye f.r one year, a large ulcer covered the aight, was cured iu a few weeks. Misa Crassout, 19! Green street, nearly blind from amauro sis; her sight is now perfect. We, the undersigned, hawing witnessed astonishing cures performed by Dr. J. FRANCIS, believe his preparations for diseasea of the-ye to be one of the greatest blessings that could be afforded to the afflicted, and we highly recommend him as a sale anil skilful Oculist. Rev. Duncan Dunbar, Rev. G. Benedict, Rev. 8. H. Cone, Rev. J. Peck, Rev. J. Andrade, R. C. Priest, Rev. E. Wheelock. Artificial Eyes i sorted which canuot be distinguished from the natural without giving the least pain. Numerous certifi cates to he seen at the office Advice gratis, giaen to the poor, Mondays, Wednes days and Saturdays, from fl until 10, A. M. On application hy mail [post paid] stating the disease, his medicine will lie sent to any part of the Union, with directions or its use. s9 lm*rc Wigs and Scalps. PHALON'8 New Invented Wigs aud Scalps, or Gentla men's Real Heaos of Hair, being the lateat and greatest im provement in the manufacture of Wigs and Scalps,and the sub scriher is happy iu being the first to introduce lliem. Tin y display the loreliead and temples toauy lieisht?can only be procured at E. PHALON'8, No. 214 Broadway. Copy the nd dress. ol< lin'r BWigs and Scalps. ATCHELOH'S New Invented Wigs sii!) Scalps, are ex cit.ug tie- astonishment, curiosity and admiration of con noisseurs. All the old difficulties and vexatious annoyances are now done away with. These heaulifhi specimens ol the art of Wig making, can only be procured at Win. Batch-lor'a, No 2 Wallstreet, nearBroadw&r. Removed I rom llii Broadway. oilm'tric INVISIBLE WIG. SO rloaely resembles the real head of hair that sceptics and miinnisseurt Imve pronounced it the most perfect and ax traordtnary invention ol the day Tne great advautagra of this novel and unique wig is its being made without sewing or w aving, which causes its appearance. >o closely to resemble the natural luir, both in lightlies- and natural appearance, a. to defy d' lection, its texture being so be utiful, so porous and so free, that ill all cases ol perspiration evaporation is unimpeded and the great tvils of other wigs entirely avoided The sceptic and connoisseur are alike invited to inspect this novel ai d heaii t ful Wig, and the pecul ar method of fitting the head, hi the minufaetnrer's, A C. BARRY, 148 Broadway, comer of Li berty street, up stairs. nlOlm'mr M. WISE, """ OPTICIAN FROM GERMANY. oat respectfully inform, the citizens of New York, and the . public in general, that he has located himself iu thia city, and o|ieiis to-day at f37 Broadway, a large and most complete assortment of Specterlcs and Heading Glasses, iu Gold, Silver, and Bleel Frames. He would also remind the public, to whom he it partly known by bis annual visits to Saratoga Springs, since the lastniiie years, that by bis knowledge ol the optical science he is enabled to determine the glasses suitable lor any eye. Persona Willi weak eye. can be supplied with glasses which will greatly benefit, and not strain the sight. I articular attention Is called to a new style of perspective , f ' en of the fo cal lino, which, through their high polish and true ground produce ihe puiest vision, and have bean highly vecoin mended as the liett in their effacts upon the -y- lor end improving the sight in continued writing a?i I reading. Short .ighte.1 persona"and snch .. h or c 'taract, can also he snited * '""5 J!,l,mt. the nairm - r- I or >iiperioi quality inoldiramea. and so cila the patronage ?l all in want of his articles WISE. Optician, .13lm*rc 437 Broadway. FOR THE PI I.K.N DR. UPHAM'S ELECTUARY. a sj intani il rem-dv is a cert on cuie lor tto Piles, either in A teJfl or external, ble-dmg or bllud. H?ld at the office o| the original proprietor, A Upturn, M l)., a regular educated nhvsicianof twenty years eiia-rirnee, confined to an ofli.e urac lire where Piles slid other chronic diseases are successfully treated. Medical office I9U Bo wery, four doors shove Spring street. Office hours (rom 1 A M. to ') P.M. Advice gratis. ?24 ImdtkWin GOODY EAR'S PATENT SHIRRED SUSPENDERS Ulk/1 DOZEN Hlurrcd Suspenders, nianofactured iindertha Ourv above pateat. For safe by GEO. BEEC1IER, ?sfl lui'ta IN Broaiw-y Bteaio&l Advice. iil diiiMid of ?<Ulie*fft auur?; hi* UootBMBt bftiaa aula *s4 judicious, reoairat neithrr morcurr, rrsuniut in dki, or hu? vve? from buuiflii pursuit*. Bocsot co^? ^jufd la loll SkBILITY, NERVOUS OR CONSTITUTIONAL, ?(i liii from a too freqxeot indulgence of th* passious of indue/**! youth, and thereby causing nightly emissions, and eveutusllf confirmed impoteucy, engage the Dr.'a strictest attention, hia object being to retfore the ayatein, mentally and bodily, to thai atate of vigor native originally designed. STRICTURES, a diaraae Ireyueutly existing without th* pa tieut beimt Uie l*?at aware, aoinetiinra caused by uisl-lreatiiotil of aninitiated medical preteudera, mid aoine'iinea by the ma I. CI of tlie iiartiee theiriaelvra, are, by the Dr. effectually cuied, with out paui or incouvauieuce. Th* Doctor beiug one of the few qualified advert lain# Surgeons in the city, guarantees a |erfert cure, or no charge made. Let tera, post paid, enclosing a fee, immediately attended to, nud ine dicine, Willi advice, aeut to any part of the United Stater. Office 63 (fold atreet. Olien from I A. M. to 9 1" M. o2l lin*rrc Medical Aid. DR. GREGORY, C6 Hold atreet, ia couaulLHl, aa uaual, m all diseases of a private nature. It ia wt ITkiiown that he cures reoe'it caea in a few days, witnout reatriint in diet or pursuit. Ilia method of preparole remedies ia such that it causes ueither iiicouveuience or bad breath, and therefore, ia the patient not liable to e?p"anre. Term* low. olllm'r D Medical Aid. R- COOK.SC Oold a'reet, ia a regular Medical and Surgi cal Doctor) h.s had more than 30 year. ? ijierieuce in the treatment and cure of private diaeaaea in all their varietiea and stapes. With one exception Dr.Cook ha. cured more pa tient. tean any any other Phyiician now practising in this cirj. Dr. O. ia a native bora citizen of the United State., and is a member of the Medical Society. 'J'erma for advice and medi cine S3, and a cure guaranteed Letter, by mail eucloaiog trie fee will receive particular nnd prompt attention. oil lm'r Medical Card I"kOCTOR FAWCETT, consulting surgeon of 196 Fulton *-* . atreet, Wew kors author of ? late publication, em bracing the following subjects, viz:?Matrunnuv, I inpnieucy and sterility, anatomically, physiologically, rud inedic. II y ex plained, with a comprehensive exposition of the nature and modern treatment ol Syphilis, Secoudnry Symj ton.s, Gonorr hma, Gleet, Strictures Seminal Weakness. Whites, Noc turnal rail i as i oil a, and all in* cnnse<|ueucna arising from sell polluci' ii 1 lie Doctor Ins devoted hia attention for the last fif teen years in this city, to the treatment of the above mentioned diseases; and Ir in hi< extensive practice end long experiei.ee in investigating the pathology of the various strumites of the generative o g nis, lie guar nitevs, iu >11 cares that I e u icW takes, a permanent and rdicalcure. Ilia diplomnsftom Loo dou, Edinhnrg au<) Philadelphi-; also, Ins Itouuary degree from the State of Louisiana, ore suspended iu large frainea in his ol fice 19H Fulton sUeet. Persons at a distance, enclosing $1, can l-.uvc a copy of hia late work, accompanied with one winch embrace* al! diseases incidental to females* All letters pre-paid, and addressed to Dr. H. Fewest! 196 Ful tou atreet, will receive due attention. o!4 lm'rc Medical Card, D O C T O It MORRISON, North river dispensary, mix ruiton street Doctor Morrison continues to be crmsulted confidentially on all private diaeaaea, which he cures without morcury. or re straint in dirt or pursuit. Reccut cases, particularly Gonor rho*.a." he cures in 3 to 6 days. STRICTURES OF THE URETHRA are cured by Dr. M. oil improved principles, without paiu or inconvenience to the patieiit. A* the symptoms of 8tncturr are analogous wua those of otlier affections ol tne urinary apparatus, uouc but ex perienced Surgeons should bv allowed to make the necessary ex amination, as those affected with nilnrged prostate glands, may suffer much injury from awkward practitioners. NERVOUS AND CONSTITUTIONAL DEBILITY This affection, and the train of evils resulting from a secret de structive habit in youtlu inducing uoctunial emissions and ulti mate impotency, are radically cured by Dr. M., oil pathological principles, by restoring the ovstem to a healthy toue and rein stating in original vigor. A perfect cur* guaranteed, or no ch&r^tf, N. B.?Dr. M. holds no coinniunion with im-dicsl pretenders, who claim to oe Surgeons, as he is, perhaps, th* only quxlifU advertising Surgeon ia the city. 8** his diplomas in his office 2t>lX b ulton street. Letters post paid and containing a fee will insure medicine and advice to any part of the Uniou. Office204X Fultou street, uear Greenwich, New York. Ope* from7 A. M. to 10 P. M., daiiy. ?p, )m?r UN (JivK l AliN IMJt'OKT'AWT tViAi^UJiiia. tpHE AUTHOR of the "PRIVATE TREATISE," DH. A RALPH, news to state that he is at home as much ns pos sible, (except Suuday) iu order to be consulted upon any of the peculiar disorders referred to in this little volume, per sonally or by post at his resideuce, IS Greenwich street, New York: and especially, to observe that the subject of his consultations is uutconfined to these complaints aleue?but cm braces the whole of those which iu any way relate to the urinary organs, as gravel, a difficulty in passing water peculiar to advancing age. Ac. He deems it proper ulao hue to presen to the public the following mast interesting remarks on STRICTURE AND ITS CUKe.. This being very little understood, although the most freqa.-ul and important consequence of diseases?in a former advertise ment much pains was taken to sxplaiu its nature?the diseases which were mistakeufor it?iu consequeuces and its curt?also the fact that strioture frequently exists in those who are not in the least aware of it. Those, however, occupying too touch space, the following remarks will be confined to certain circum stances which will enable one to judge whether he has this com plaint or not, and iu proper means of cure. Among other things it was remarked, that it was by no mean* necessary that the stream of urine should be obstructed or eve* much diminished, in a case of stricture: this, indeed, occurs ui bad and long established cases, but stricture uiuy exist for inon"'? and even years without producing any striking change in: s respect. Neither is it necessary there should be pain, or any thing directing the atteution to the sent of this disease. Pain, certainly is now nnd then complained of, but it is only when inflammation happen to be superadded; and, with regard to other effects, especially of early eases, these are observed to fall upon the mind and nervous system, rather than the part it self. There are, however, three circumstances winch nasi pe culiarly belong to stricture, and, especially when they meet to gether ohoald never be lost tight ol, hut lead to immediate mean* of cure. Many other symptoms might be mentioned, but most ol these belong to other maladies ax well, or relate to Strirture in its more advanced and settled form, while the following three belong to stricture in its early stage, and when it is soensily and certai-.ly removed. The first of these relates to THE MANNER OK URINATING.?It has been already ??iid trie itrvain n?*r?d not be QHtehdiininishMi or inp+<i*?!;vHiu i* toheobserv?d is the peculiar way in which it finishes, if it should happen, after the clothes are readjusted, that a drop or two should steal away, so cs to wet a littl% this, trifling us it may se?in, would afford a strong suspicion. Not that tint drop or two can proceed from no other cause whatever; but, certainly, no stricture can exist without it. The next is THE TIME A FORMER GONORRHOEA MAY HAVE REMAINED UNCURED?A Gonorrhtna, though not*, the only, is by lar the most frequent cause ol Stricture. It is uot ita severity, so much as the length of time its gleety stage may have remained, that Is to be considered. Neither is it postiblr in every c .se to state how long this may continue without producing Strictur", lor one person is naturally more dLlioaed to Stric ture that another. If however, it should nave continued from six to eight weeks, this length ol' time at least would strengthen auv othrrsuiriCious circumstance The third is THE EFFECT A STRICTURE HAS UPON THE. MIND.?Nothing is more certain than the effect of Stric ture is to depress the spirits uud to lessen menial energy. Not liiaSXhis is complained of in the same degree by every individu al, mi t it is so common, iu one degree or other, that thewnter rare ly sees a case ol Stricture in which the patient does not observe t.iat he is not so active, or capable of businees as formerly. This also is a serious effect; though little understood, but it it unques tiouably true. Indeed, whoever considers the ustural couuectio ol ininu and seyual organs, will easily imagine that, as there is it mrdinin by which the mind so powerfully acts upon these or gans so. through the same medium the sexual organs re-act upon the mind. This, however, is hatter explained in "The Private Treatise"ol the author, a little volume which isse.it to many parts of the world. As the cure of Stricture proceeds, I oe acti vity ol uuud invariably returns. With rea|a>ct to the cure of Stricture?this, it is graul>i?gto state, is generally accomplished in very little time, and witnout P i in or inconvenience. Nothing can *xceed the improvement of late years in the treatment of this cumplaint. Indeed, in the hands of properand experienced persons, the cure of Stricture is now accomplished in as many days as formerly it drmauded Months. Many jvrtons consult ike writer who come on busi ness to this city for s short time only, but return perfectly cm *d, tnough it hes been a source of trouble and anxiety for rears. To those who canuot leave their homes, the writer fuiu.sk r* his own peculiar in*ans of cure, together with his "Private Treatise," which has an iuterestiug chapter, giving every information on the subject, and written in the plainest manner ; and which, baing euclosed in u little in thogauy ch-it, can be safely scut to any distance. iu consequence of the number of pretenders and books o quackery which latest this city, he deeuis it proper to make toe following statement, as a satisfactory ground of confidence to stringers. Besides his rank as Graduate of Edinburgh, Ike. i-c., he h >s published three editions of a work expressly on these Complaint*. Also, he has letters from the uiost eminent physi cians III Europe to the most emiuent in America?as Sir Astley Cooper, of London, to Dr. Mott, of New York) Dr. Physic, of Philadelphia, and others, sn*l is permitted to relrr to almost eeerv Physician of eminence m (his city Address Dr. Ralph, 89 Greenwich street s9 lm*rc ft?4i)Tli? 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IMPORTANT TO COUNTRY INVAl.IU8.-Par.ou* lieing iu the conntry. and finding it ineouveuieiit to make per ?oiiul application*, can have forwarded tn them a cheat conteiu ingall neediciuefreijuiaite to perform a radio il cure, byataimg tlicir case explicitly, together with all lymptotn*, time ol e iw trh-jrWui ejid treatment received eUewhere. if ?uy, and ee cloving poat paid. CONSTITUTION All UEbLUTY CURED. fl'HE TONIC MIXTURE, prepared by th? Coilaga <?' 1 Medicineand Phnrmacgr of the city of New York, is co. Cdently recommeuded for all caeaaof debility, produced by ae, cret indulgence or euce.a of any kind. It u an invaluable remedy for itiipotencyt H?nI?tyiOf bnrrtnnesa, unless deiictf, ^frlgiebottle! $l?*eh ; of hair a dorcu ?5; carelniN n .elte.l and .eut to all parta of the Union. VELPEAU'S SPEOIMC PILLS, F.lOll the radical cure of gonorrhma, gleet,leminal rmia.ioaa, 1 and all mocorpurnlent.ilucbargea from the urethra Tlie?a Pilla the reanltot twenty year'* .-tpenence in the Hoapttal d? llharite in l'eri?,are pronounced by their celebrated inventor, Prol'easnr Veli>e?n, aa au luf-illihlr remedy for all diaoaae* ol fheurethn. They effect a cure in a union .hortcr time llum any otherremedy, withouttnintiug the breath, di.agrceiug with tlieetoinach. or confinement from htisineae. Prioe Si per b<l KICORD'S ALTERNATIVE MIXTURE. I.70R the permanent cure of primary dr .ecundary ayphilia. -f? venereal nleeri, u.alc, or any eutnpliin: produced l.yae irjudicum.1 u.e of mercury, or uu.kiilul nit-dienj treatment. All per*ou.*n?pecliug a venereal taint remaining in their ? tem iliouid uaetlii* powerfnl purifier without delay, a* no per aon t an connidrr liimatlf *afe after having the wereal diaeaae, without thoroughly e.leaniiugthe tyttcm withtfm juillvnel*. 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PHKPAliKl) I'f th' New W?,U College ol M#dir,int ai * flu If ifow-y, erfiililul.nl for the MippreMionofquiicke.T T?il relit, d and highly ?mtceutiated ?itr.tct, postdating tl 1 the pur* fvinc hmI?* idr aikI curative hj*vis ofthvRbovc hurhsii eonlb dentl* recomnieiiuc'lby it o l olleiC HA niliiiHely >u|>enortomf enructoi ^ir?R|?nrillM At prt*Reuf t?p|'of* ihe public, And may relied on \a a rt?.?11 r?rm tlv for Ml difct*a**u> triiiug troni mi tut pure ?tHie of the blood, tucn nsscrofnia, salt rheum, nnavtorus blotches or pimple*, ulcers, pam m the bones or Joists, nodes? cutaueous eruptions, tflceralcdfore throat, or any disease visic* from the secondary effects of syphilis or ns injudicious nseof mercury. flol-l in single bottles, at 75caaueaal. , * it unset of half a dor.on b" tries, }l W ?? outline* '? is ot < sses lor warded to all parts of the Unioa. very libarM y^^^yojrhofwale jurchasori^