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UfllTlSilHITS RENEWED WERT DAT.
JlfiT-HBH SECOND P A fi P! .
eOKPORATlOM ROTK K8.
CORPORATION NOTICE? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEfUtRT
V given, that a resolution has been presented in ths
InH of Aldermen for ? sewer in Eighteenth street, from
the Hudson river to ami to connect with the hewer now
Mlt in that street. All persons interested >u tho above,
m4 having objections thereto, are requested t <> present
An Mine, u> writing, to the Contract Clerk, at this office,
-?a *r before January 17th.
NICHOLAS DEAN, Pn?,M?nt.
Brotnn Aqueduct Department, January 7 19V..
OKPOR ATION NOTICE.? PUBIJC NOTICE IS HERE
'Vy by given, that a petition lis* been presented in ths
Beard of Aldermen for a sewer in Mercer street, from
Amity to Bleecker street. AU persons interested in thu
?bore, and having objections thereto are revested to
preaeat tfae sane, in writing, to the Contract Clerk, ul Uiu
?& ce, an ar before January 17th.
NICHOLAS DFAV. President,
?rotoo Aqueduct Department, Jan. 0, 1453.
STRFJT DEPARTMENT, NO. 4 HAM. Of RKTORm .?
l'ublie notice is hereby given that the following reso
kitioas have been presented in the Board of Aldermen: ?
T? flag sidewalk in front of No. 42 Her street ; to lay cross -
walk at th# corner of Catherine lane and Kim street;
la re-lay sidewalk in Fourth avenue (ea-t side.) between
Twsaty -second and Twenty third streets; to fence vacant
lata west aide of Ninth avenue, between Thirty -sixth nnd
Thirty -seventh streets; to relay sidewalk in h'oiirth ave
one, east side, 100 feet north from Twenty first street;
to flag sidewalk in Rutgers street, between Cherry and
Monroe streets; to Hag sidewalk in Rutgers street, from
We. 36 to earner of Henry street. 'All person.* interested,
having abjections thereto, are requested to pre.-tent the
ansae, in writing, to the undersigned, at hia office, on or be
tfn the 19tk day of January ln?t.
. '/AMES 1URKY, Street Comw! tsioa?r.
January 8, 1868.
(ictTRM'T DEPARTMENT. NO. 4 HALT. OK RIVORW.?
|J Public notice is hereby given, that the following re
solution has been presented in the Board of Assistant
Aldermen: ? To net curb and gutter and Hag sidewalk in
Division street, in front of 107 fa, 100, 111, commencing
at the corner of Pike ireet. Ail persons interested, hav
ing objections thereto, are requested to pres-.-nt the same,
in writiug, to the undersigned, at his ofhea, on or before
the 19th dn'v of January Inst.
Jan. S, 1853. JAMJ& FIKEY, Street Commissioner.
DEPARTMENT OF REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES, JAN
nary 12. 1868.? To Builders ? Sealed proposals will
be received at the office of the Commissioner of Repairs
and Supples, No. 1 New City Hall, nntil Friday, -1st
instant, at 3 o'clock P. M., at which time they' will he
opened, (in accordance with tho ordinance therefor,) for
erecting a three story hoise in Thirteenth street, near
uremic C. for the use of Engine Company No 18 ; and
mIso for the alterations of houne in Duaue street, between
Rose and William Btreets, for Engine Company No. 13, and
Hose Company No. 2. Builders will estimate for the
mason and carpenter work for each house separately,
'llie plans and specifications of the work required to be
done, and alt information tn regard thereto, can be liud
at the oAm of the Superintendent of Repairs to Public
Buildings No. 19 Elizabeth street. Blank estimates will
l>* furnisl'sl at either office. N. B. ? The CommissioinT
?eserves the right to reject all or any of the estimate*, if
deemed tor the interest of tli?* Corporation.
BARTHOLOMEW B. PURDY,
Commissioner Repairs and Supplies.
STREW Dia-ARTMENT, NO. 4 HAIJ, OK P.HCORD*.?
Public notice is hereby &rlven, tliut the following reso
lutions have been presented in the Board of Aldermen: ?
To open Fourteenth street, from Avenue B t:> Kast river;
to open 101!d street, from Third avenue to Hudson river;
to fiag side walk from 232 to 238 South street; to flag side
walks in Henry street, from corner Rutgers to 166 Henry
Mreet; to Hag side walk e?*t side of Jackson street, from
U rand to Ma< I ison street: to Hag side walk north side of
Madison street, from Jackson to Grand street. Also, the
following petitions; ? To open Seventh avenue, from
I2#th street to Harlem river; to Hag side walks corner or
Second avenue and Twenty-first utroet. All persons inter
ested and having objections thereto, are requested to pre
?rnt them in writing, to the undersigned, at his office, on
?r before the 24th day ot' January inst.
JAMES FUREY, Street Commiidioaer.
January 18, 1863.
CORPORATION NOTICF-? ITBI.IC NOTICE IS HEREBY
given, that a resolution has been presented in the
Itard or Aldermen to re^t curb and gutter and Hag side
valka in Walker street 112 feet easterly l'com the corner
?t the Bowery. Persons interested, having objections to
11? same, are desired to preseut them, in writing, at the
btreet Commissioner's Office, on or by the 24th dayofJan
utry inst. J A MRS Fl'REY, Street Commissioner.
Street Department, Jan. 14, 18. >3.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICK IS HEREBY
given, that a resolution has been presented in the
lgard of Aldermen for the construction of a sewer, com
mencing in Forty-ninth ?tn-et, at the Fast river, and
running thence through Forty-ninth street, to and
through Second avenue to Fifty-third street, thence
through Fifty-third street to and through Third avenue
to Fifty-sixth street. All perrons interested in the above,
find harinr; objections thereto, are requested to present
th* same, in writing, to the Contract Clerk, at this office,
on or before Jan. 24, 1863.
NICHOLAS DEAN, President.
Crotou Aqueduct Pojiartnient, Jnn. 14, 1S53.
CORPORATION NOTICE.? PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
given, that a petition lias been pre nested in the
Ikard of Aldermen for a sewer in First street, from ave
A to tho Bowery. AIT persons interested in the above,
:<nl having objections thereto, arc requested to present
Ik? sauie, in writing, to the Contract Clerk, at this office,
t>u or before ilie 24th ol' January inst.
NICHOLAS DEAN. President.
Crolon Aqueduct Department. Jun. 14, 18">3.
C OKI "ORATION NOTICE.? PC KMC NOTICE IS HI'.ItE
'l>y given, that petition* have bei-n presonteil ia the
B?IH of Asistant Aldoi men. for tlie construction of
??"wen In the following named street", to wit : in Eighty -
fif'h steot, from 100 I'eet en"t, of fourth :i venue to and
tlrougi Third avenue and KJglitj-Mtlb street to the Hurt
/her. Also, In Eighty-first s-tr?et. from :i |>oiiit 400 feet
wist ot Third avenue, to and through Third a venue to
N'enty ninth street . Alt'i, in Mot L street, from fell street
toWTallcr street, to connect with the proponed sewer in
fcaard street. Also, in Forty-third street, from Tenth
awn we to liudaon river. And also in fifteenth street, from
nwt-ue A to the sewer in avenue C. All parson* interest
ot. in 'he above, orluiving objections thereto, are request
*?4 to l*e*oat the game, in writing, to the contract clerk,
a; this (Kice, on or before Januarv 20t.b instant.
NICHOllAB DEAN. President
Croton Aqueduct Department, Jan. 17. lS.i3.
Street ixpartmest. no. 4 uai.i, ok reci?rk?.?
Public N?tice is hereby given, that the following pcti
Hons have txen presented in the Hoard of Assistant Alder
men; ? To Ha( sidewalk northerly side of Seventh street,
fcet ween aveiues C and D. To Ha* sidewalk* in Thirty -
eighth street between Second and Third avenue*. Also,
the following resolution ? To (tag a s|wice four t'eet wide
??( sidewalk* iu Thirty-third street. between Ki^hth and
Ninth avenues. All person* Interested, and Ha \ ing ob, je
ttons thereto, are requested to present them, in writing, to
the undersigned, on or Is fore the '2/ith day of Junuary Inst.
Jan. 17, I86u. JAM? Fl'ItY. Str^'i Commissioner
rpo IRON fOUNDER*? SKATJO) PROPOSAL WILL
JL be received bv the subscriber. at the otlice of the
t'roton Aqueduct beparlment, until January .4, 1U3, at
three o'clock, 1*. M., for l.wwj c.i-t iron water pipe*, four
feet in diameter, and one Inch thickness of metal. The
?i*e named to be the inshle diameter, and each pipe to be
nine feet in length. The Joint to bo what is termed the
spigot and faucet joint, and the form of the hub to
correspond with drawings to be furnished at thi s office?
to be cast in a vertical position, with the hub end down;
the whole ta pass the established inspection ami proof by
pressure of ^00 pounds to the square inch; to be of tini
loim thickness, of strong, tough iron, free from all iin
perfection, wliatever, and such ay will bear drilling and
cutting P'opoialg will state whetlier the pipe* are to be
from bl*<t furnaceiron or re melted iron, and if from blast
' furnace, will specify the name of the mine, Ac., and ore
used. Hip pijsM to be delivered at tlio wharf foot ot Man
hattan street. Manhatta uville. .Nort.fi river, as follow*,
?viz.: ? 100 pipe-i 15th March: 100 pipes 1st April; 200 pipes
15th April, 200 pipes 1?t May; 200 pipes 16! Ii May; -00
pipes 1st June. A specific price |i?r toil ?f 2, '240 lb*, will b?
named. The names of two ii"-yons4ble jier-om, with their
written assent to become euretice for tlio fulfilment, in
?very particular, of the eor tract, will lie required to ac
coiupanv the proposal*. Payments to be made within
thirty days from the inspect ivn ot' cacti parcel, with a reser
vation of ten jH-r cent until the completion of the contract
Ia deciding upon propo-:?l*. the Croton Aqueduct Hoard
reserve tut? r'jrht of rejecting anv propo-als they disap
prove. NICHOLAS DEAN,
President Croton Aqueduct !>? partm*ot.
Office of Ihe Croton Aqueduct Department . Juu 12. 18M.
Note. ? Hlank forms of e*tinuite, In accordance with the
ordinance* of the Common Council, will be furnished on
application at the oflice. Intimates to tie endorsed " Pro
j osaU for furnishing irou pipes, made by
January 2tth, 1853.
TO IRON FOUNDERS, ?SEA IJ"3> PROPOSALS WTf.H
be received by the subscriber, at tlie office of the Cro
ton Aqueduct Department. until January 21st, I H5:;, at 3
o'clock P. M , for the following cast iron water pipes,
vi?. : ? 200 tweaty inches diameter; 300 twelve inches di
ameter; -.000 six inches diameter, and seventy tire
tranches of different sijc*. Pcrwms wishing to estimate
?\re requested to procure from this office detailed specill
tions for the work, and a blank form for making their pro
posals. Offers to be endorsed "Proposal* for Water l^pej
a ad {tranches, made by .January 21st, 1853."
N. Dt'.AN, President <i oton Aqueduct. Department.
Croton Water Aqueduct Department, January 10, 1853.
(CORPORATION KtmCE.? 1'1'BIJC NOTICE IS HKRER7
J given, that petitions have been presented in the
Board ot Assistant Alde.-men, lor the construction of
?ewer< in tlie following named streets, to wit : ? Eight)
fifth street, from 100 feet east of fourth ii venue, to and
throusli Third avenne and KIghty siith street, to the
Kast liver ; also, in Third avenne, from Highly sixth
street to and through Seventy ninth street to K'ist river ;
il*o, in I ighty-flrst street. Iium a point 460 feet west of
Ihird avenue, 'o and through Third avenue, to Seventy
? inth ilioet ; also. In Molt street, from I'ell street to
Walker ireoi , toconnect with the proposed sewer in Ha>
nrd street : .iI?o, In Fojt;. third street, from Tenth avenue
to Mud '>>n river: uml itl-,n, in Fifteenth street, from
avenii" A to t' " sewer In nventieC. All pcr-on? inter
?-ted in the afcove, anil having objection.* therein, ure re
?(netted to pre-- it the same. In writing, to t lie (Xw tract
< lerk, at IU ? oil *?, on ?t hi lore January, 2Wh in*t:int.
NICIIOI.AS IX-LAN, President.
Croton Aqueduct Dep.irluient. Jan. If. 18*10.
mninm
;<fM.-i.v\j) i,and and M0Mixn:.\D asm?
I elation w !l hold their ftr^t regular meeting for the
payment of dues, ami to elect new Btefulier*, on Thuntday
? icning, .'.in 80th, at 7 ' j o'clock, at 100 Ilowery. All
who intend to join this association fire particularly re
quested to attend this meeting, to avoid ttionnynient of
f,ack it ui * 'fhs s Hants are limited, and ne?ri) -ill taken
jiii OtGw, No. 01 V'aw'A""'! street.
J Jt-, SwfMary.
MUKWi*
ANNUA! KTATKMliYT Of THK AKKAIRS OK THE
New Kng'aud (?r Spring tympany allowing tbeir
capital mil hi labtednem January 15, 1&?3 ? Capital all
in J in, t^,UOO; indebtedness, *l?8,rJU <W
A) terit, K. M. KAY, )
GEORGE MKRIUTT. >- Trustees.
W W Ward, Secy. CHAS ELY, )
GAIJiNA AND CHIC A( jo ONION KAII.HOAD OOM
PH ay Notice to stockholders ? Notice in hereby
given to the stockholders of the lir.it and second dirt
?ions of the Galena and Chicago Union Railroad Company,
that a semi annual dividend of eight per cent lw-, been
declared by the Board of Director*, from the earning of
said flrit and second divi sion*, for tlie six month* ending
January 111. 1S53, payable to the stockholders on and
after the 10th day of Kebruary next, in cash, al the office
of the company in Chicago, provided that such dividends
shall be applied upon all stock in said first and second
divisions which shall remain partially paid after the
10th day of Kebruary next, or so much thereof as may be
neee-sary to in.ike the same full paid.
Chica'jo, January 10, 15)53. W. M. LARRABKE. Seoy.
GALENA AND CHICAGO UNION RAILROAD COMPA
uy. ? Notice to stockholders ? Notice is hereby
given to the stockholders of the Third !>ivisiou of the
Catena and Chicago Onion ltailroad Owynr, that
instalments have been called upon the capital stock
anhkcribed for the construction of said Third Divi
sion. payable at the office of the Treasurer of said
company, in Chicago. a? follows ?On the loth day of
March next, ten per cent on each share ; on the l.'ttb day
April next, ten per cent on each share ; on the 14th day
of May next, five per wnt on each share. lly order of
the Hoard of Directors. W. M. IJUtRABEK, Secretary.
Chicago, January 10, 18'*3.
CHICAGO AND AURORA RAIIJtOAD COMPANY
Bonds. ? The bonds of tbia company, bearing ssvei
per cent interest, with coupons attached, payable semi
annually, on the first days of January and July, at tba
Mechanic*' Bank, in this city, and having fourteen and a
hall" years to uiatuxe froiu January 1st. 1858, for sain by
C S. R0BBEX3 It SON*.
DIVIDEND? THK Kl/lRENCg AND KKYPORT COM
pany has thia day declared a dividend of one dollar
per share, payable to the stockholders after the 31at in.it.,
on which dav no transfers will be mail '.
Keyport, /in. 4, 1853. THOMAS .00 VP, Treaiurec.
Drafts on ireiand and bngland, in svmi
from ?1 and upwards, payable at sight, are issued
by the subscribers, BOWMAN, URINNKLL * 00., No.
83 South sti-eet, sole passenger agents lor the Swallew
Tail line of Liverpool and Loudon packet shipa.
riTFRKBT ON CITY STOCKS.? THK INTKRKHT ON THK
public stocks of the city of New York, dua and pay
able Kebruary 1st, 1863, will be paid on that day by K.
W. Edmonds, Esq., Chamberlain ot the city, at the Me
chanics' Bank, No. 33 Wall street. The transfer books
will bo closed Kriday, Jan. 14, at three o'clock, I'.M. Kor
the accommodation of stockholders, transfers will be
permitted during the period the books remain closed; to
take effect Kebruary 1st, 1853.
A. C. KLAGG. Comptroller.
Comptroller's Office, New York, Jaa. 7, 1853.
XpW YORK DRY DOCK COMPANY, JANUARY 4.
XI 1863. ? A semi annual dividend of four (4) per oent
on the capital stock of this company will be paid to the
stocklioldira on and after the 8th inst. By order of the
Board. K. T. 1LAYKS, C'aahisr.
Rochester cm bonds.? $100,000 six pkp. OKNT
bonds of the citr of Rochester, payable in twenty
years from January 1. 18.r>3; interest payable semiannu
ally, at the Merchants' Hank, Ne<v York. These bonds
were Issued for the Genesee Valley Railroad, |in accor
dance with an act of the legislature of 1861, authorising
the city of Rochester to issue bonds t* the amount of
$300,000 for the above-named road, and sanctioned by a
vote of the people, pledging the taxable property al' the
city for the payment of interest aud principal.
Debt of the city of Rochester previous ta tho
issue of theee bonds $188,001
Taxable property I0,-J00,00#
Property of the Corpoaation 260,009
Above for sale by HAIGHT ft MoLEAN,
10 Merchants' Exchange.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS.? SEALED PROPOSAM,
addressed to either of the undersigned, will be re
ceived at Hillsborough, Highland county, Ohio, until tba
1st day of Kebruary next, at noon, for the graduation
and masonry of the middle division of the Cincinnati,
Hillsborough and Parkersburg railway, extending from
Hillsborough, Highland county, to a point near Jackson,
Jackson county, Ohio, about fiftv six miles. The line
will be ready for examination early in January, and p ra
llies and specifications of the work will be exhibited at
the Kngineer's office, in Hillsborough, for one week prior
to the 1st day of Kebruary. This railway form* the re
cognized continuation across Ohio, of the Baltimore and
Ohio, and North Western Virginia Railways, and being
located as a link in the through line between Baltimore
and St. Louis, will be found in every way worthy of the
attention of able and enterprising contractors. " The re
mainder of the line, to the Ohio river, will be ready for
contract about the first day of May next.
JAMES M. TRIMBLE, President.
Eu.woon Morris. Chief Engineer.
CASH TO IiOAN ? ON WATCHES, JKWKLRY, DIA
monds, and valuables of every description, on the
most accommodating terms, at my private office, No. 10'J
Nassau street, room 13. Ladies waited on at tU)ir resi
dence, and all transactions strictly coullUfntial. No. 10'J
Nassau street, room 13.
CASH ADVANCED ON SEGARS, WATCHES, JEWEL
ry, and merchandise generally. Also, on nersonal
propert y of almost any kind. Money to loan on improved
real estate. Houses and lots for sale smi to let. 260,000
segars for >ale cheap. Apply at (No. # Cliiituu court, of
fice No. 1,) 13 Beckman street, ucar Nassau.
Money.? persons in want ok money, in* sums
of $5 to $5,000. on deposit of dry goods, segars,
watches. Jewelry, diamonds, jihI most kinds of personal
property, may apply to the ljfe Insurance and JAan Of
fice. !i2 Warren street, between the hours of 10 a nd ?'
o'clock. N. B. ? Parties will Im? dealt with honorably and
confidentially!
WANTED? NOTES OF THE FOI.UJWING HANKS OF
tlie District c>f Columbia: ? Citisen's Bank. Waaliing
ton: Eastern Bauk. do : Merchants' think, do. No 9 Wall
street, corner of New.
) 000 _ANY GKVri'EiIAN WISHING T* ?
fflHU,UUU. invest eight or ten thousand dollar*
in a business already started, can heai of a favorable op
portunity by addressing A. B.C.. Broadway Post Office.
O K. AAA T0 u ,AN- F< m A WRM 0F TK v ,l 7
v/v" v/ on city property: would lw divided
in suras "of $5,000, if required. Apply to JAMM PRICE,
office '200 Hudson street, near Canal, from W to 11 A. M.,
and 6 to G P, M.
(m/JQ KAA ?TO I /(AN AT SIX PER CENT 1NII'
O ?, ' / rest, (in one or more sums) on bond
and mortage, (sixty per cent to two thirds of the value,)
on Brut c!?-- productive real estate in thin citv. Apply to
JOHN I CONR1IY. N'os. 'Si and 25 Wall street.
AAA TO I.OVN. ON BOND AND MORT
Mp I V/? gage al 7 per cent, in .sum to suit
applicants, on productive real estate in this city and
Brooklyn. Apply to .1. B. l'RYCE, 74 Broadway.
SEW PCBIiirATlONR.
GRATIS.? NEW PUBLICATIONS. ? A PGI'TTLAR TI1EA
tisc on the cause and cure of nervously dctiilitaU-d
health, nod enteeblcd constitution thai lianas- tiie young,
liesetK tie man ot pleasure. tiusine- - nnu study. and em
bitters old a ge. Just published, and to be had gen t.?.s,
by addressing. post paid, box 109 Broadway Post, o flier,
New York.
IJARNUM'S NEW I'Al'KR. ? CONTEX fS OF I HE 1 1, (.US
) trated News, tor the week ending Saturday Jan --
ISM. ? Twenty l'Jlgraviogii.
IlXISTflATION*
1. ? t*. S. Steam Frigate Fulton.
'J. ? The Naval Monument at Washington
3. ? Rescue of the crew of the ship Jessie Stephen 4 i>?
the U. S. Mail Steamer Pacific
4. ? Ellis's statuette of Gen. Lope*.
5 ? 4cc Boats on Toronto Bay.
?I. ? 'Hie late accident on the Concord Railroad.
7. ? Drawing of the Art Union, Philadelphia, l'?
8, P. 10. ? Portraits of eighteen shipwrecked Japanese
mariners, rescued aud carried into San Francisco
California. From Daguerreotypes.
11 ? Portrait of the late Thomas S. ilamblin, Esij.
12. ? Portrait of the late Auios Lawrence,
1U. ? Iron Fire Bell Tower. N. Y.
14. ? Present state of the Crystal Palace, N. Y.
15. ? Funeral of the late Amos Idwreuce, Bostoa,
Id. ? Portrait of Robert Heller.
17.? The Ericsson Caloric Engine.
18. IB. ? Illustrations ol the Gambler.
29. ? The new line of Rattle Ship Vermont ot tlieJ.iju'i
Expedition, at the Nary Yard. Bonton
I KITKR rRKHS,
Tlie (ireat Men f>( the Republic a Chapter on Autobio
graphy, by Poe, with twenty eight Autograps ot celebral
ed persons; The Pierced Skull, a thrilling story; the Na
val Monument at Washington; General Lopez ? particu
tars of his last hours ; Rescue of the Crew of the Jessie
Stevens; Ice Boats, Toronto Bmv ; Mr. Everett's advent as
a great Statesman : Singular specie!! of litenry fraud ;
the Ericsson triumph ; Music and the Drama ; literature;
Recent De?;hs; the Fine Arts; lapanen Sailors: The
Gamblers ? continued: the Accident at Andover; Drawing
ot the Art I'uion, Pbil.<<lelphia ; Religious Intelligence
Foreign and Domestic News; Misc ellaneous News ; Bio
graph v ot (lie late Thomas Hani hi in : Funeral of the late
Amos Ijtwreuce ; Scientific Miscellany ; 1 1 oft Fire Alarm
Tower, N. Y. , the famine in Madeira . Mlects ol aliun
dant. Hold Introduction of Tobacco; U. S. Steam Frigate
Fulton the Crystal Palace, New York language of
lawyers; Letter from Sir Edward Belcher, ot tlie KnglMi
Arctic Expedition.
P. T. BARNUM Special Partner
n. 1?. A A. E. REACH, General Partner,
and publishers of the Illustrated News, 128 Fulton etreet,
at New York, third lloor.
1 be njA'STRATED NEWS is published weektv. Each
number conjuins liom fifteen to thirty Engravings. Sin
gte copies >i\ Cents. By mall, $1 Oo per volume of six
months, to any part <x the country, on receipt of the
money.
Rope* united state* post office directory
and Postal Guide ? Containing a complete II ?t of all
post offices, postmasters. Ac., in the I mtrd "Intes, to
getlier with full tables of pottage*. Just published, and
lor ?ale at the office of the New York Cit* iNrectnry. 181
Broadway, up stair*, h\ (HAItlJ.sR Roue. Price 50 ct s.
""" NTO11T1NO.
\roUNG SANK FY I PREPARED Ti> MAKi! \ MATCH
* ,tb Jo!in CVdey or John Vdara-, l?>r I -nun o| J'Jun
to (500 a id ?, their own weight; oi any othei man in
the I n;ii d States, of seven stone ten, for t anie smountt
The money is ready al Mike Murphv's Walker Street
House, No. 154 Walker street. IToLN'G SA.NnilY.
M~ AMMO I'll Nt .KTOl NDI.ANI) JX'JV, OF THE CK.I.E
brnted leo sto?'k; pun' Idsci, I ?n King (Ho ley
upriuit l?, t?l Ui? I'm' A ia>piHt#d; .<"inj:tr. I'Uli Hhniihei J
dogs W?lef sV??t.
HT*HK NKW YORK AMI) UYBRTOOL UMTKD STATKt
X Mail WrtmbK. ? ThaafcJps compruuag tkulouare
the following :?
ATLAWfiC fhptain West.
PACIFIC OtiiUun Nye.
ARfTJC Otptoin Isio*.
BALTIC Captain Comstoek.
ADRIATIC Captain Grafton.
These ships luring been built b.r contract, expressly for
government service, erery ear* Iim been taken in their
construction? as in their cngi net. ? to euitun- strength and
speed anil their accommodations for pa.i?coger* are un
equalled for elegance and comfort.
Price of pa* sag* from New York to lirerpool. in rtrst
cabin, 9120, in seeond cabin, $70. Fxclusire u?i of eitra
aize state room, 9000.
From Iirerpool to N?w York, ?.'10 and ?25.
Au experienced nuiwin attached to each ship.
Ne bertha secured until paid for.
PKorod*j n^miOK saimnq.
From New York. From Iirerpool.
Saturday, Jan. 22... .19*1 Wednesday, ,hn. 12.. 1853
I)o. Feb. 6.... " Do. Jan. ?? . "
Do. Keb. 10.... ?< It* Keb. 9.. "
Do. Mar. 6.... ?? D? I eb. 23.. ?
1%. Mar. IV,,,, " Da. Mar. 0.. "
Do. April 2.,.. " 1>?. Mar. 23.. "
1)0. April 15.,.. " 1V?. April 0.. "
Po. April 30.... " 1*?. April 30.. "
J>o. Mar 14.... " l>a. Mar 4.. "
Do. Mar 28.... " Da. Mar 18.. "
Do. June 11.... " 1V>. June 1.. "
Do. June 29.... " Do. June 15.. "
]>a. Jul; ?.... " Ue. June 28.. "
Do. July 23.... " l)e. July 18.. "
Da. Aug. 0.... " 1)*. July 2T.. "
Do. Auff. M.... " Da. Aug. 10.. "
Da. Sept. 3.... " Da. Ait*. 24.. "
l)o. Sept. IT.... " l>*. Sept. 7.. "
Da. Oct. 1.... " lie. Sept. 21.. "
Do. Oct. 15.... " D*. Oct. 6.. "
Do. Oet. 20..,. " Da. Oct. 19.. "
Da. Not. 12.... " Ha. Not. 2.. "
fa. Not. 29.... " 1*?- Not. 16.. "
fa. 1**. 10.... " Da. Not. 30.. "
l)o. Dec. 24.... " Da. Dec. 14.. "
Da. Dee. 28.. "
For freight or apply to
KDWARD K. 001.1 JNS k OO , Na. 54 Waist, N. Y.
RROWN, KIKPI.KY k CO., Iiverpool.
U. U. ROHKRW k CO., 13 King's Arum Yard, London.
JOHN MUNROK k (X)., No. 29 Rue Notre Daine dee
Yictoires, Paris ; or
GKO. H. DRA1KR, llarre.
The owners of these whips wll not be accountable for
gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precioua atones, or
inetala, unless biHa ef lading are signed theivfor, and the
value theroof therein expressed.
I TOR I J VT? 1*001. ? UNTTKD 8ATKJ MAR, STKAMHHIP
PACIFIC, t'apt. Kera Nye.? This steamship will de
part with tl>o United Stales mails for Kuropo, positively
on Satunlay, January 22, at 12 o'clock ML, from her berth
at foot of Canal street. No berth secured till paid for.
For freight or passage, having unequalled accommoda
tions for elegance or comfort, applv to
KDWARD K. CtMJJNS 6 CO., t? Wall street
Passengers art) requested to bo ou board at 11 S," A. M.
Thn steamship Ualuc will succeed the Pacific, aad sal
February 6.
PACKETS TO HAVRF ? 3HCO\D IJ.HE._TriK FOL
lowing ships will leare llarre on the Itlth, and New
York on the 1st ef each month: ?
From N'ew York. From Havre
Bhip ST. nKN.VB,
1,HOO tons burt hen,
Alonxo I'ollansliee, master.
yhip ST. N1C1IOI.AS,
1 ,000 tons burthen,
John llragdon, master.
New ship MKIUJUKY,
1,400 tons burthea,
R. I). Conn, master.
Ship Wll J J Ail TM.IS
(new), 1,200 tons burthen,
Jatues Funck, master.
They are all first class N'ew York built ships, provided
with all requisite articles for the oomfort and convenience
of passeugers, and commanded by men of experience in
the trade. The price of pannage is 9100, without wines or
liquors. Good* sent to the subscribers will be forwarded
free from any charges but those actually incurred.
BUYD fc H1NCKKN, Agents, 164 Pearl street.
THF. IJVERFOOL AND rHIliADEIil'HTA STIUMSHD*
Company intend sailing the farorite steamships?
FKOM l UILAllKi miA.
City Of Glasgow Thursday, Feb. 3, IBM.
Cit.v of Manchester Thursday, Mar. 3, 1853.
City of Glasgow .atTltursday, Mar. 31, 1853.
FKOM UTIBOO!.
City of Glasgow JweduesdAy, Jan. 5, 1853.
City of Manchester ?Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1863.
City of (llai-gow "Wednesday, Mar. 2, 1853.
City of Manchester Wednesday, Mar. 30, 1853.
RATK9 OF PASPAGK.
Saloon. $00, 965, and 956, (according to state rooms.)
A limited number of third claxs passengers will be
taken, and found with comfortably cooked provisions, for
9'^0 to liverpool | 930 from Liverpool.
Parties wishing to bring out their friends, can obtain
certificates of passage, and drafts on the Rank of Ireland,
in sums from ?1 sterling upwards. Hand bills can be
had at the office of THOMAS RICHARDSON, agent, No. 41
Exchange place.
UNTTKn STATES MAI I, STEAMRHn* COMPANY, OON
nccting with the Pacific Mail Steamship Company,
carry iug the great United States Mail ? only through Uni
ted State* mail line for California and Orison, via Aspin
wall and l'anama, at greatly reduced price* for second
cabin and steerage passenger*, per steamers Ohio and
?olden (inte. The splendid now mid double engine United
States mail steamship OHIO, 0,000 tons burthen, II. J.
Ihirt.steine, U. S. N., com'r, will sail on Thursday, Jan. 20,
at 2 o'clock 1'. M., precisely, from pier at foot of Warren
; street, North river. The Pacific Mail Steamship Com pa -
' ny'K magnificent steamer GOIJH'.N' GATE, requiring but
eleven days and a half running time, having performed
hor last trip from Panama to Sun Francisco in twelve days
and eight hours, including all bindings for mails and sup
pl!e?, will be ready at Panama to receive the Ohio's mails
and passengers, and sail immediately for San Francisco.
No effort* will be spared on the part of the companies to
tend their passengers through with expedition, comfort
and safety, llntes of fare through ? llrst cabin, $W6 ;
second cabin, S'200 ; steerage, $8.i. lutes from Panama
to San Frauci-co ? Second cabin, >14fi ; steerage, $50.
Pussengers will lie landed at the railroad wharf, nt Aspin
i wall, free. Transit of the Isthmus at ttlc passengers ex
pense. For freight or passage, apply to CHARLES A.
WHITNEY, at the office of thcOorapuuic*, 177 West street,
: corner of TJTairen, New York.
US. MA II. STEAMSHIP COMPANY.? FOR NKW f>R
? leans, via Havana. ? The splciutidsteamshlpCIlKRO
K II :, Baxter, commander, will sail from the pier at foot of
Warren street, N'. R , on Thursday, January 27, at -
i o'clock 1". M., precisely. Rites of passage to Havana anil
, New Orleans: ? I-ndies' and after saloon berth*. $l>0;
] lower forward saloou berths, $.">0. .steerage. 5'i5. Specie
| only taken on freight toH.n.iiia. Freight taken to New
I Orleans at 80 cents per cubic foot. Shippers of freight are
i requested to supply themselves with tfie company's hills
offail'ng. which may be had on application at the office.
No other form v< ill lie signed. No hilLs of lading signed
after 1- o'clock on the day of sailing. For freight or pas
?age, apply to M. O. ROBERTS, 177 West street, corner of
i Warren.
N1.W YORK AND SAN' FRANCISCO STEAMSHIP
Line. ? Through to San Francisco, via Aspinwall
1 anil Panama, at greatly reduced rates. ? N'o detention on
: the Isthmus. ? The ueiv and splendid skle wheel steamship
' UNCLE SAM, (being her second voyage, 2,000 tons.) Wil
liam A. Mill . commander, will lenvo New York tor A.s
pinwall, (Navy Hay,) on Thurfidav. January 20, at 3 1'.
M., preci-elv trom pier No. 3 North river, where patoen
gers can examine her accommodations. The performance
' of this steamer on her first voyage warrants the as-nr
j Mice that passengers will reach Asplnwull in from seven
to eight days. 'Hie magnificent new double engine slde
| wheel steamship CORTB*, (1.800 tons,) Thomas H. ('rop
[ per. commander, will he in readiness at Panama to re
ceive the Uncle Sam's pa- engers, and sail immediately
for San Francisco. Tlie accommodations and ventilation
of the Corle. are all that can he desired. Her speed (es
tablished on (he voyage lietween New York and Panama,
i and while on the Pacatic coast) is unequalled. Fvery ex
ertion will be made on the part of tlie line to ensure eoui
I fort, expedition and safety. Passengers will be landed on
the whait at Aspinwall fren. taking the Panama railroad,
and ai? cautioned thai tickets for this line a*e sold only
. at No. I'd liroadwav.
; PAY IS, BROOKS ,t CO., Ce?i(*!.l Agents.
A mail l.nj is made up at the aboir office, under the
I new United States Postage law, for the convenience of the
! public. ?
"ITANOFJIBILT I. INF ? FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ? OS'l.Y
V line giving tickets for crossing tlie Isthmus. ? Tlie
new snd power 1 ul double cugine steamship NORTHERN
IJGHT, 2, GOO terns, w1U leave from pier No. i, North river,
at 3 o'clock, P. M , precisely, on Thursday, Jan nary 20,
connecting with the Pacific steamer, over the Nicaragua
route, liaiing but twelve miles of land transportation.
' 'llie.se steamers are unsurpassed in their accommodations
! snd ventilation. For information or passage, apply only
| at the agency of the company, No. 0 Battery place, up
| itair*. Tlie public are cautioned against the represents
| tions of hired ruuneu fvr other line*? none are employed
i for this line.
C1IJPIT.R I J Nl. FOR SAN' FRANCISCO ? THK I'M'/! ANT
/ new clipper >-l> i |? ST\K OK THK UNION. Willi* , coin
m.inder. is now loading at pier No. 13 Fast river. A few
tons more can he taken. Can also take three or lour
more passengers, having splendid state room accommoda
tions For freight or pas age, apply on board, or Ui
JOHN OODKN, 116 Wall street.
Ci l.ll'PER -II IT* tiOYKRN'OR MORTON, FOR SAN* IRAN
/ risen. ? Ibis splendid clipper is rapidly loading, at
pier foot of Wall street, Fast river. Shippers will please
have all their trciglit on board liefore Saturday taext, 22d
1 in- 1 . For bhlauce id' caigo in light height, apply to
] SUTTON k CO., 84 Wall street. 1
1 )Aws.MiE V(iR SAN FRANCISCO? CAI.H'ORNIA I .INK
I ? The clipper packet ship NKW YORK, nun load
' inn at pier 1 1, North river, has unequalled accommoda
I tion for tirst and second cabin passengers, for which
I earlv application mu't be made.
ARKKI I. A KM.UVT IK. Pearl street.
I710R SAN I RANClSf O. ? THK ELKS A NT NKW CIJP
j per ship >ll;OC( O. Capt. John Is Sanlord. is rnpidly
loading, at pier No. J?i. East liter. For l<alam:eof freight,
or pa sage, in Cabins of unsurpassed extent and splen
dor. apply to J. I.. OAKKORD, Wall street.
1.10R NORFOI.K. PFTERsBCRO, AND RICHMOVU?
' Ti e United Slates mail steamship RO.VVOKK. Is Par
rish, comma ndcr, n ill sail from pier 13 North river, on
Satuidai i!2d January, at 3 P. M. Kor freight, apply on
boa id, and for pft- age to
I.UPI..VM Ac PI .I '.A- A NTS, 83 Front street.
j XT IN'l 'IY PAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO. ? PI>PAT( H
II lit, c,? The celebrated clipper SWORHFISIt. Capt.
I). S. Hi bene U ha'. In .' performed her first voi aire to fin
Francisco in ninety days, lviU lemeon her ?eeond about
the 25th Inst., and can take a fen loin of very light
Height, il iiiiinedialfU ollered lo
SUTTON k 00., M Wall street.
N'lrnrr .sti am-hu- m.ack warrior is now
di-eb.vrging at h?r pier, foot ot Harrison atl*eet,
N It. (<ons gne?s will plea ? S 1 1 e ud lo Oil receipt, of
Hi. i g"Ods im/iie^i?lety
AUOTRAUA -FOR HYDNKT, MN.HOURNK, UK )"OKT
Philip.? No detention after the dav ipMUH lor ?W>
Birture. llie A 1 clipper bark PKYTONA, lyo* at pier
o. 15, Ksat river, i? n cei ving panengers for the above
I'srtios dtvorous of securing the bout tc?oro?U
tioo, with rapidity of isMsag* are requested te inspect
her. The previous performance* of this vMsei warrant
the belief that her passage will be effected ia eighty day*.
She take* an experienced surgeon. and every tuertion will
be wade to secure coinioi t dad satisfaction tor Iter pas
sengers. For freight or p* *<age. apply to ANTONIO PEL
LOTIER (H\WI street; or BAHBIDGK A VAliYllNE,
lilS .S>uth street.
AC-THAU AN HO.VKHt 14NK. TUK NOBIiE A 1
paol?et ship IX I'HRAMA, 1.2U0 tons burthen, cop
pered anl copper fastened, will succeed the Haiti more,
as seventh ship of this liue, and sail for Melbourne, l'ort
l'iiiiip, 011 the loth of 1 ohruary. The F.uphrasia is ad
uiirably adapted for passengers, and it is .oiiHcienl to add
that she will be provisioned an<l titled eut in the Miue
liberal h( j!e as the ships that liave preceded her in this
line. Four of the ships of the lloneer IJne have arrived
in Australia before this date, and it is now well establish
ed that none of the ships despatched by the subscribers
will have to put into an> port lor supplies, as they am
suiph prorisionedtfor double the length ol voyage. A*
the Euphrasia will hmII direct for l'ort Philip, it is expect
<-l (hat .she will make th? voyage in 11 lens tune Hutu any
ship advertised. An early application lor passage la re
commended, as the llaltimore sailed with a full comple
ment of freight aud passengers in exactly twenty nine
days after the departure of her predecessors. For freight
01 passage tt(ipl) to
JOHN OGDJ&, or R. W. CAMERON-, 110 Wall street
NEW YORK AND ALABAMA STEAMSHIP COMPA V Y.
? For Mobile, Stopping at Havana, the new side
wheel ft earn ship BLACK WARRIOR, Robert Vf. Shufeldt,
(Commander. The steamer lllack Warrior will commence
receiving freight for Mobile on Friday, Jan. 21, at twelve
o'ulock, M., and mil for the abo?o ports 011 Tuesday, .Ian.
25, at twelve o'olock precisely, from pier foot Harrison
street, North river. I'assage, $fti. Freight taken for
New Orleans at 30c. per cubic loot. Goods consigned to
U Mead A Co., Mobile, will be forwarded free of commis
sions. No freight taken to Havana but specie. No
freight received on sailing (lays. Company's bills of lad
ing can lie had at No. .'I# Nassau street. Shippers must
send in their bills of lading to the oSifr* by nine o'clock.
1*. M., Mouday, Jsn. 24. 1'ansengers fur Havana must
procure passports before leaving port.
IJYINUSTON, CROCHERON A CO., 31 Broadway.
InOR NEW ORLEANS D8UDOT.? THE DOIM11.V.
' engine steamship BENJAMIN KKANK1JN, N. Mat
thews, commander, will leave pier 8 Fast river, onSatur
day, Jan. 22, at 2 o'clock 1'. M. This ship lias elegant ac
commodations for passengers, l'asxage in cabiu state
room. $W; passage in steerage, $25. Freight on measure
nient goods, 26 cents per cubic foot. Shippers are reques
ted to supply themselves with the steamer's form of bills
of lading, as no others will be signed. They may be had
on application at the office of the agents, ami will lie
signed at the office prior to the day of hailing, when they
will be signed on board. No freight received, aud posi
tively no bill-* of lading signed after 12 o'clock on the day
of sailing. For freight or passage apply on hoard, or to
E. LINCOLN At CO 120 l'earl street.
Agents in New Orleans, Messrs. Marks i: Thomas, No. 4
PaydrM street.
FOR SAVANNAH? U. S. MAIL IJVE? THE SUPERIOR
steamship Alabama, Captain C. 1>. l.udlow, on Hatur
dav, 22d January, lbi,:. at three o'clock 1'. M . from pier
No. 4, North river. Apply to SAMUEL L. MITCIIIIJ., 1#4
Front street. The Florida, Captain M. S. Wood hull, on
Saturday, January 2tt, 185li. For speed, strength, acco
modations, and fare, these ships have no superior ou the
coast.
C1 UPPER IJNE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.? THE SPLEN- ?
1 did clipper ship STAG HOUND, Behm. commander,
1 will be despatched on her third voyage immediately. Thin
elegant ship has already a large proportion of her cargo
engaged. She has been absent from this port nine months
and twenty-seven days, 1 laving performed the voyage
from Han Francisco to' China, and thence to this port, in
100 days, with a full cargo from Canton. Shippers wish
ing to avail themselves of the present rates of freight ave
requested to apply immediately.
JOHN OGDKN, 110 Wall street.
STKAM FOR MONTEVIDEO, BUENOS ATRI-S, ENTRE
Bios, Corrientes, Assumption and Cuy aba. (in Brazil,)
? Sample freight and passengers will be taken in a fast
steamer, with excellent accommodations, under the com
mand of an experienced captain, to leave this port on or
about the 20th of January. Cabin te Montevideo and
Buenos Ayres, $160. Cabin to Paraguay, $200. For
freight or passage, apply to LIVINGSTON, WELL3 & CO.,
Agents, 74 Broadway.
?TJIOR SALE? THE SIjOOP CITIZEN. SHE CARIUF.S
JP 140 tons ; is in first, rate order lor any busiues* ;
she is well calculated for the lumber trade. Inquire of
MiDDIJ'JrON BKLL, No. 74 Cortlandt street.
1IOTEL8.
Important" to all visiting cuba? the well
known hotel, Revere House, Havana, has been trans
ferred from Officious street, No. 11B Abrapia street, corner
of Mercadorcs. This large edifice luas been re-built and
refitted, and no expense has been spared to muke it an
elegant and comfortable home. It can bo recommended
with contidcnco, as the best and largest hotel at Havana.
Refer to Dr. Dogart, No. 6 St. Mark's plaee. New York,
MISCELLANEOUS .
BlI.lJABnP.? SIX TABLES, BASSFORD'S l'ATKNT. 17
Montgomery street, Jersey City. ? George < twen,
known as George with the iron arm, from Otis Field's,
ban charge of six tables, just in order, l'layers Insured
(food attention. Milliards taught during the (lav. I*yra
niida. Fnglisli pool, German carabcae, French and Ameri
can (rumen, play ed and taught.
IRON BEDSTEAD WAREROOMS, AM) CHKAP SPRING
Mattress and Bedding Depot. ? Iron bed-tends, from $4
to $40; tbc healthy spring mattress, Ac., $0 to$ijO. Also,
the new elastic felt beds, pillows, quilts; also, the best
pure hair mattresses, made by the tilind ? all warranted.
Cull uud examine, at 553 Broadway, above Spring street.
TU8T RECEIVED P?R STEAMER BALTIC- ? A FEW
?J new styles of relvet cloaks, trimmed with real Hud
son's bay furs, which, in conseiiuence of the lateness of
the season, will lie sold for less than cost of importation.
Price $Pj5. Also, a few handsome velvet cloaks, trlmiueil
with French furs. Price $46.
JAMES BECK 4 CO., 3.15 Broadway.
I t>T RF.CF.1VED? PER STEAMERS BAI.TIC AND AIIA
?' liia. '-(10 Im-u ut if ii 1 oil paintings front the lirst Fnglisli
and Trench masters, handsomely framed, to suit hotel*
and dmwilig rooms. Parties wishing such goods would
do well to call. L. H. PHILLIPS, 4 Cedar st., near Pearl.
Leopard sleigh ru?s.? wiius a ooNt :kj jn?
haw.just received u few very beautiful sleigh rugs,
a very handsome article for sleigh riding, which they offer
low. at 4U Nassau street.
])AP1K HANGINGS ? THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOOSE
of Tlipmaa Fhye k Co. . 436 Pearl street, offer the la rgest
and choice >t assortment of paper hangings fiucludUigsonie
of the mosl inagniliccnt deeorat'on.O in tnis market, at
unusually low rates. Great cure and attention bestowed
on the retail department.
METROl'OIJTAN HOTFJ,.? THE MIRRORS OF THK
liiugniUccnt. hotel are from the Belgian muuufactoaf
of tito. Marie d'Oignies.
A. ROLKER MOI.I.MAW k A. PERIER,
255 Pearl street, .Sole Agents.
QAIN'T NICHOIAS HOTW THE MIRRORS OF TRW
magnificent hotel are from the Belgian manufactory
ut Stc. Marie d'Oignies.
A. KUl-KhR MOLLMANN, k A. PERIBR,
'.'f>5 Pearl street. Sole Agents.
rpo DAGUERREOTYIISTS, 8TEELW0RKERS, DEN*
| J lists, fireworkers, glansmakers, Ik. ? Bromine, io<line,
i eiiloride gold, hyposulphide sola, cyanide potassium,
I \ ienna lime, Fnglisli rouge, crocus inartis, platina. in
> plate and wire; bismuth, reiined ni. kel, cadmium, pala
I dinm. nitfW1 * strontia anil baryta, chlorate potash, oxido
| cobalt, tram' manganese, znffrc sub-oxide copper. Thoras'
1 extract cot'uiva, fumigating pastiles, Ac.. Cot sale by
L. FEUCrfrWAN'GEH, 141 Maiden lane.
Window curtains-pricks reduced? no. 4 to
Pearl street, corner of William. ? The subscribers
I art prepared to sell the balance of their stock of curtain
materials, at greatly reduced prices; silks and worn ted,
detuak, lace und muslin curtains, window cornices, and
all kinds of curtain trimming, at wholesale or retal.
CHIIJJS k b Ml 111, Practical UpUolatercca.
Hah: dyes? the celkbratkd Bohemian hair
dye colors instantly, beautifully. permanently. Also,
l>o'it i ? civ prevents hair from fulling elf, It is far ?npe
rior to. and is rapidly superseding all other dyes. I! re
quires but one trial to prove its superiority. Hold at the
Uucy store, 'Jit 7 llud'-ou street, and by many druggists.
rpRY THIS SOAP, TRY THIS SOAP, TRY THIS WON
.1 ill rl ill srtap
01 JONES' ; 'twill make your skin clear. ->ofl. pure, an I
white.
t'ufe chapped hands and face, make eruptions elope,
Anfl make you of each -i'\ the envy, delight.
I'rlce reduced lo two shillings |*t cake, so that sll
claws may use it. rich or poor. It never fails In curing
any eruptions, sail rheum. \e.. or making dark, yellow,
discolored skin white und clear. It is a fine shaving
soiif, too. A line thing for the hair is Jones' Coral Hair
Restorative (reduced to half price, two -hillings); it forces
it If grow, -tops it falling, ctires dundiuff, and dresses it
fim I). S/ld at 4?l Bro.idw.ij, or 172 Eighth avenue. New
York 1 7"i Pulton street. Brooklyn; 14 South Third street,
Philadelphia.
ASTHOMX4Y.
I ^ORTIJNE TWJJNW.? MRl. ALWI*C RKVOWNED IV
. F.urope for bei skill in foretelling the future, will
furnish intelligence about all circumstances af life, to all
who inay address her. Mrs. Alwin speaks the English,
French, and German languages ? 311 Broome street, near
? br'stie sir set, up rtairs. Otbce bourn froul 10 A. M. to
8 P." M.
MEDUAL.
C1LA1RVOYAXCE. ? Dil SWAN AND MADAM JOHN
j -on, the celebrated mesmeric and botanic physi
dans, are permanently located at .">10 Madison, ivar
GouwrDCiir street, where lliey ran be consulted, daily, fin
the *v* 111 1 nations of disease and prescribe for the same:
and will ci?e s correct account of absent friends, lost or
stolen property, and nil business transactions. Satlsfae
tion guaranteed. TsJ.e 'be liist Broadway or Grand
-triel omnibus, and stop at. Goiuemcur street.
f All. WARD. GRADUATE OF THE I NTVHRSTTV OF
I / I .?inburgb. ? Hours, from S o". kick A M.. to 9
o'clock P. M. Oil Sundays, from 10 to PJ A M . and Irom
io 7 in the evening. Of! ce, Canal street, one door from
Broadway, up a'. kirs
Dr. Ralphs ofttce hoVtrh?from i? 13 a m .
and 0 to OP. M (-uudsj e<wnted,> No (Million
toa sljepl, iwo doors betoir Wv?ster.
B
owmr TUKATHK ? DOOIW OPSM AX ? * ; cu*
_ Uu rijum at 7 o'clock
Wodm-vl*. evening, January 10, will be performed
WllUAM TKJX
TeU Mr KM j
Mr (Jriftlths
Sitrncut Mr. Itowes
Krui Mr. Gouldsoti
Molthtal Mr Gleno
Michael Mr Hamilton
Kurst Mr Fletcher
K.fima Mr* Urattaa
!*? n I^nt Mis* G. Ihwn und Mr Kleteher
Favorite >Soti*{ Miss C. lblfert
MA/KPPA.
The Castellan. Mr. Hamilton I A War hban..Mr Johnston
1'naiisi.tus .Mr. l'uun M.-irepp.* Mr. Derr
l'.ud-olf Mr (ilenn | (Hiu.>ki Mrs.lirattan
BURTON'S THEATRE, CHAMBERS HTREKT . ?DOORS
Kt 6'j : to continence at 7 o olook.
Wednt-Mlay o ?cinng, January 1?, wiU l>e p*rform?l
THK MIIJ.KR'S MAIIt.
(?iles Mr Thoaipson I The Miller. x,,.. Mr 14u-.?cH
Marvellous., .. Mr. Johnston I Duine,,^.,, .. .Mr*. Hughei
Old Granger.... Mr Ilolinsn | PUvrOe.. . . . . Miss Wi-stou
Popular itallad Me*, Holutan
THK TOODLKS.
Toodles ,,.M. Burton
Frank Acorn .... Mr. Norton
Ploughshare.. .Mr. lluiuian
Cbas. Feulon . . . Mr. 1 <?vere
George A corn. . . Mr. Russell
Old Kenton .... Mr. (iourley
Mrs. Toodle*.. .Mrs Hughe.
Mary Acorn . . . . Miss Weston
N
ONE THOUSAND M1LIJNKUS.
Joe B"ggt,,,,,.Mr. Burton | Tom Tipton.. ..Mr. Johorton
J ATION Al. THEATRE, CHATHAM STREET. ? DOORS
open at 6'-.,; curtain run at 7 o'clock.
Wednesday ereuing. January ltt, will be performed
THK ROBBERS
THE HIGHLAND DROVKR AND Hl> DOG.
MONKKV JACK.
WHITE'S THEATRK OK VABICTIW, IT AND 1?
Bowery, near Chatham square ? White, Propria
tor. ? Doors open at &K ; to commence at 7 o'clock.
Wednesday evening, January ID, will he performed
XUK 1LLUHTR10DH STRANGER.
THE JACOBITE.
WHO SPEAKS FIRST f
DID YOU EVER SEND YODlt WIFE It) UltOOKLV.S t
Barnttm's museum? three days more or tom
Thumb, who will ?i\ ** hi* classic statuary, songs, Ac.,
thil ufternoon, at o o'clock, af'er whioh, will be per
formed the FORTY THIEVKB. At 7 in the evening, Tom
Tliumb anil thn FORTY THIEVES. A PaU-ified Horse
and hi* Rider, beside* a world of additional novelties, t?
b? seen Admission to the whole Museum, Ac., 25
cents; Parquet and Kir -it Balcony, 1- 1 cents extra.
CHRISTY'S OPRRA HOUSE, NO. 472 BROADWAY
above (irand street. ? Open every night during tba
week, under the aole direction and personal supec*w?>?
?f R P. Christy, whose concert* in thia city, for tW]n.H
lix yeura, have been received with favor by highly re
k pec table and fashionable audienoes. Tickets 25 oeuts.
Doors open at 6% ; to commence at 7 o'clock.
BAN YARD'S PILGRIMAGE TO JRRP.SAI.Kli AND THK
Holy Land ix now open, at the new and spacious
tieormma. in Broadway, Adjoining tlie Mxtropoliian llotol,
and continue<l evert evening. Painted from authentic
drawing! made upon the spot by Mr. Banvard, during aa
extensive tour undertaken expressly for the works. Mr.
B. will explain the painting* personally. Hcture moves
at 7 \i\ and on Wednesday nnd Saturday afternoon*, at 3
o'clock. Admiaaion, 50 centa; children, half price.
Mrs. a. ijvnnaY'S third soutra:, at montague
Hall, Brooklyn, mill take place on Friday evening,
iilst inst. Oentleun-u wishing to introduce ladies aro par
ticularly requested t? procure their tickets before (he
evening ol the Soiree. Apply for tickets to Mrs. 1... at
Montague llall. on Saturday aud Wednes'lay evenings,
from 6>t to 7 o'clock.
DOU WORTH'S fiOXCWIT.? THE SKCuN'D CONCERT 0*
Dodwortb's Series takes place on Saturday evening,
January 22, at Metropolitan Hall.
Subscription (twelve admissions) to the Series $T?
Single Tickotx Fifty (Vnts
KeKorved Seats to be obtained at 11. B. Dotl worth .V Co. H
Music Store, 49i> Broadway.
Messrs. rorwits a co.'S khhopian opera
Troupe, after a very successful tour South, open
on Thursday evening next, at Vtun Hall. Ktglith avenue.
The inhahit'antB of that district may expect a rich treat.
Crowded houses will doubtless greet the enterprising pro
prietors.
STUDIO CCRJ0H0, 629 BROADWAY. UP STAIRS. ?
Admission, 25 cents; wason tickets, $.1? Amongst
Oiis wonderful collect idn of curiosities is the smallest
Singing Bird known, in a solid gold snullbox that belonged
to King (Jeorge the Fourth. This little bird Rings most
beautifully the national song of Switzerland; and will sing
every night at 0 and 10 o'clock.
OPERA NIGHT AT NIIH.O'S.? TWELVE SEATS,
together, on the fourth bench in the dress circle,
for sale, at J. N. lilMBRKPE'S. S Metropolitan Hotel, OSS
Broadway.
German national theatre, m bowery.? k.
Pleyel, Director. ? This evening, (Wednesday,) Jan.
10, at 8 o'clock precisely, will be performed
ONE DAY FROM THK GREAT FREDERIC'S LIFE.
Admission:? (1, 50 cts., 37>* cts.. 25 cts., 18^ cts.
RISIJT'S THAMES, 406 BROADWAY ? PAINTED ON
fifty thousand feet of canvasa, br the first sennit
artists in the world. A grand moTinfT pictorial illustra
tion of the Thames, showing all the points of interest upon
the river, from iU source until it passes the city of I<on
don. Painted from original sketches, by Messrs. P. Phil
lips, Haghc, Knell, Ac. Descriptions by J. H. Hammers
ley. M. I>. Music arranged by J. H. Tully, K?q. Pianist,
Mr. A. Sedgwick. Every evening, at 7^ o'clock. 0?
Wednesday and Saturday , at 2 1*. M. Admission 60 oeata
TV IRI-O'S GARDEN ? THIS K^TARIJSHKNT WILL BE
1\ let for respectable ]>erli>rmauces on the off nights of
the opera. Inquire of Mr. Moore, on the stage, from 4 A.
M. till 4 P. M.
MEDICAL.
Hoj.i.owavs ointment and nu.s have i:k
fectod a wonderful cure of rh on ru.it i?m. Mr Don
? 1<I McKcllitr. of Murrumbidge. New South Wale*. writes
to Professor Holloway as follow* : ? "A man of ab<?it
fifty years of ago. employed by ,lohn I'eter. Ksq . justice j
of the peace in thin colony, suffered lor twelve moot lit |
from an ul lack of rheumatism. brought on by eiposure
i to wet anil cold. lie was so painfully afflicted thai hii i
body was bent nearly double. In thin deplorable condi |
i lion, he commenced using Holloway \s ointment and pills
I and mi speed v w;is the enre effected by them, tliat ii
j seemed to those who had witnessed his sufferings litlli
I le u than a miracle." Sold by all the venders of medl
cine throughout the British empire, awl by those of th<
| I'nited States, at U7,'i cent*. 88 rent*, and $1 50 per bo*.
, Wholesale at Mr. Joseph Horsey 's, Maiden lane, New
j York, and nt the proprietor's. 244 Strand, i-oudon.
Slli PRESERVATION? SELF CORK.? A RECIPE Of
an infallible preservative against all diseases, and
three original prescriptions for the cure of them, may be
obtained by enclosing one dollar in a pre-paid letter] di
rected to * C. ILYSSON, M. D., Montreal. Canada Fist.
N. B. ? No deception. AU commuuicatioiu strictly
private.
PURE VEGETARUS EXTRACT? DR. MORSE'S l.VVI
gorating cordial. ? Dr. Morse's invigorating cordial,
for genital debility, impotency, incontinence, k o. The
| astonishing success which has attended this invaluable
[ medicine, for loss of masculine energy, physical latitude,
and general prostration, or ony of the IMpHM of
youtiiful indiscretion, or iniluljjp'nco of the pa.-siona in
I riper years, renders it the most valuable preparation
ever discovered; in fact, as a remedy for the above com
plaints it stands unrivalled and alone. There is no othei
reliable remedy, or any that luis authentically received 1
the sanction of the medical faculty. The wonderful ve |
friable production of wlticli this medicine is composed ha* j
cen tested, and its virtues proclaimed, by the highest i
i names of the faculty of lx>ivlon. l'aria, and the chief '
cities of Europe, as well ss by eminent physicians in this
country. It is the only iu fallible remedy far nervous, head
and mind complaint*-? the mental physic so long souglij
for and never before found ? the only agent tlut cm
administer to mind diseases. It will remove all nervoim
affections, depression, excitement, incapacity to study or
business, loss of memory, confusion, thoughts of self
dest ruction, fear of insanity, &e. It will restore the ap
petite, renew the health of those who lmv? destroyed it
by sensual excesses or evil practices.
Dr. Wood, of Massachusetts, writes of one of hi* pa
tients being cured by using this cordial. thus: ? ' It gives
me pleasure to inform you that one ol my patients, while
in Huston, procured some of your cordial. He tells me he
hail not a single emission after he commenced taking it,
while before lie had two or three a week. When he ap
plied to me," save Dr. W., "I thought, it hardly possible
for him ever to regain his full strength. 1 prescribed the
UMial medicine* used in these cases i.i the hospital, but
they liad no effect. In the meantime, he purclutsed some
of your cordial, which lias effected a cure, I am satisfied
no" other medicine would. I shall ever recommend it
whenever an opportunity occurs.
The nature of the maladies relieved bv this cordial are
generally such n* to leave the publication of certificates
of cures out of the question, or the proprietor would pro
duce a host of the most conclusive testimony, to show
that the great reputation it enjoys was not acciilentally
obtained, hut is firmly based upon its positive and appa
rently miraculous virtues. In all directions are to be
found the happy parents of healthy offspring, who would
not have been so but for this extraordinary preparation. ]
And it is equally potent for many disuses tor which it U
recommended. " tiik mkiih ai. JorKUiJt
luive not. in a mivtIo instance that has been authenticated,
given tlieir sanction to any other preparations for the
above complaint . It has, in maity violent nud desperate
cases, effected radical cures, after patients had bee*
abandoned, and their condition pronounced hopeless by
Medical practitioners of high professional character.
THK OOMUON KWRWtON
of those who have used this extract, is: " 1 had heard
vour cordial highly spoken of, but was one of tl?e increda
Ions in regard to its merits. Having tried various medi
cines sold for t lie same purpose ? (different sarsaparillas) i
? without deriving any benefit, I had almost given up all ,
hopes of deriving anv relief, and when I purchased some
of your Cordial 1 had no faith whatever of its benefitting
me. But it has; I feel stronger; have lu?d no emissions
since, although 'tis not throe weeks; I am satisfied the
half dozen bottles I took will euro me."
Another says: ? " 1 had consulted several distinguished
physicians. Some said I could not be cured; others pr?
scribed this thing and that, but 1 found no relief until I
procured some or your cordial. I must say it completely
cured me, ''
Another ssyj ? " I was surprised at tV> effi'ct your cor
dial lind. Wiiy had 1 not In :ird ot it before? It would
have saved me so much eipense, besides years of mental
and bodily suffering."
Prepared by M. Si' Mis]', M. D., New Vo,-!; citv.
)?old bv C. II. KINO, General Agent far 'lie Tnlt'd
(Mates, lfel Broadway; E. M Guinn, 1*7 Bowery, corner
of Grand street; in Brooklyn, by Milne Fulton street
in Boston, wholesale and retail, bv Ketridge k On., Wssh
iugton strict and W V. Spencer, do ; in Albany. l?r W
N. Jamison. 581 Broadway: in Hartford, by Jno. Pitkuw
in Springfield by Bliss k llsiflj in l'h?!iiileiphia, Dvott &
Son< and 1' M. W lod, 4 Harmony court, In N?# LukviiQ,
O. B. l<savenwortb.
It Is pn? up in pin' hot 'lee, with tb? wrtMs Dr Morte't
Invigorating Oordlal blown on the glaes tVie* fL't ;#>r
bflrt'in; two bott'e*, $6; five Ootllua tor fl'i, and *'** pa
doven.
N, B ?Iwpor^n' Ufa* *:*:>pop*ojln<j boU^o.
BROADWAY THXATRM? *. A. MAIM Aid., HMB
i rmim -Door* ofM a* ; to MMeocart 1 ?>elML
evening January 19, will to pffftimat
AOfoKB DK VKR*.
I' AIRY MIIW'SUIKK'.S NIOUT DUlvAlf.
SHOCKING KVK.YIN.
LBS KKWDK7.VOPS.
NIB1/>S GARDEN .?MAD. H. SONTAO'S ITHItm
ni<iit iu Open, oa Wednesday, January if.
ticou 1 ani ??t nijbt of the Om-r* of
T1IK ItAlUlKIt OF HRYlIJJt
Ro?ioA Madams Henrietta 'Iwllf
EiioarO Badiali I Alm.wtva . . . . Mf I'm ml J
in-. liirtolo.... Sig ltocco I Bnsilio Wg <.*<p?rw*e
Conductor <WI K/knt
During tbe Singing lesson, in tho second act, HU.
H. Homtag and 1'aui. Ji'iikm will perform a iluNU r?
Voic* and V lolin, expressly composed fur Ilium by 9n*l
Eckert.
rcl 3?ats. 9- And $1- to to obtained At Nlbla'* Gar
den and at the ttUlionnj Store of Me-?ri Van Norde* %
Kin?, No 45 Wall strent, aUo At the dour on tbe evaoiag
of the performance,
(Hiring to day (Wednesday) will to Mid tbe 91 aad re
maining %'l seats.
Doom opeu at Of,'. Opera commence at 7\ o'clock.
Oa ?!.?.?/ e i t'u. 114, Mad. U. Sontag will appear lb a M?
character
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WALLACE'S THEATRE, BROAJWTAY, NKAR BTCOOMi
*tr?et. ? I>oors open at 0','; to commence at T
Wednesdar evening, January IV, will to performed
l*OOK 001 SIA WALTER.
Walter...., Mr. Lester
Jasper Mr Bernard
Starunore Mr. Walcot
Fuaa Mr Krougliam
I.ord Davenfry.. .Mr Blake
Ardent '....Mr I<a?ter
THE IRISH IIKlkEHS
Helen.... Mias Laura 1
Bridget Mrs,Oa*wr
I?uoir Mr.
Norah..,. Mia* I Aura I
l*dyDaventry Mrs rttwphri
M r* . Co in t ort . Mrs Uro^haaa
W
OOIV.S MINHTRKLS, 444 BROADWAY, ABOYB
ard atreet. ? Open erery evening. ? IL Woad,
n*?er and Proprietor. The entertaimnenta offered.
this ccli-bra tod company of muaiclatM and Ethiopian 4?
nentor ? oannnt be equalled by any other band ia the Vadk
ted States. Bee programme. Doom open at
commence* at 7 y, o'clock. Admission 'Jt cent*. TW?|N^
Cc are respectfully Informed that the aftorni? MM
are discontinued.
HKLLKT.'S SAIOON OF WONDERS, NO. 63* KtMB
way. THE WORLD PU7ZLED,
A\Ti THK KMTIRH THBORT OT UFT XTFVK.
ttr M. ROBERT HEL1<KR'S astonishing and Awe awake*
in j faculty of HlXXINl) 810 HT.
This truly miraculous experiment, which for the pan*
fortnight haa balllod the intelligence and aenaea e4
und select audieure*, including the major part of
Tut; Taukt o.' nut Orrr in Akth a>? tfeumw,
A.NB MKDinMS,
and wliich aa far etceed, in wonder and point ef nafatfc
omnltlencah in mvPitigation, all the humbuitging modinm^
or Spirit Rapper*, aa it doe* the performance* ot' the m
at.yle<i Wl/anln, w bethel' from the North or South Kwl
or Went, who hare pro coded Mr. Keller, I bo atkla aaA.
original
MASTER OK CABAMSTIC ART.
Can be witnea^-d e?ery evening, in coanectiau with 'if
nc plus ultra of
NJXltOMANTIC AND CABAIJST1C I'KATS.
roi'formaiicea coaiuence at 7 .'f o clock, tialurday* afc
three o'clock, 1*. M.
Adnitauon M -Mb
WAi.I jVCK'S THEATRE ? MISS I .A BRA KHRNK
to announce to her friends and tha public that he*
Bl'lNKJ :T will take place on Thursday, Jan 'M, en whijk
occ.i lion a iii oe revived the sterling comedy of
THK HEIR AT LAW.
I/>H T?ubcrly,....Mr. Blake | Dick DowLm*.. .Mr. Walcok
I'r. I'anglois.Mr. Brougham | Zekiel Homespun.. Mr HaUi
Henry Moreli<nd Mr. Rey?alia
Steadfaxt.Mr. K.Cbippenilale I John Mr Thon
Kenrick Mr. Rea | Waiter Mr. T
l?dy ihiberljr Deborah Dowlaiw Mra.
Cicely Ilouie.'pun MT>>a Laura Ke
Caroline Dormer Mra. Hals
And the admired comedy of
THE DAY AKfKR THF. WBDDLVG.
Colonel Ereelove Mr. I#ster I Mr. Davis.. .E. 'Tiippf fala
Iiord Hi vers.. .Mr. Reynolds | John Mr Thompw?
I ady l'li/abi'th Kreelove MUs latura Rmb*
Mrs Dnvia Mrs. Crtaa
Tho bov book ia now open.
Circus. ? new yorr amt-htthfatrk, no. 37 bow
ery. ? R Sands A Co., Proprietors. Wcdnuadaf e*?a
ing, Jan. 10. last week of Hob Williams. Sam Latihrap
also appears. Master Jesse Sands in bis aurprUing Trick.
Act. Mias Kin m? Nathans in her beautiful Scene do
tation. Master Irauk Pastor in hi* startling somerset act.
Together with a variety of {terformancea in the circle. Te
conclude with the tllOKlLVKKJt'd SHOP IN AN Ul'ROAK.
"TTrH.L SHORTI.Y OPKN, OWEN'S (JRAV? ALHMi
V? Entertainment and ascent of Mont Blaac, Illustra
ted with a series of magnifioent and gigantic pamHwga,
from drawings takea on the apot, at an enormotu ex
pense; together with a highly humorous ami interentanc
description of men and manners on the conUoeat and im
the Alpine region*, by John E. Owens, Esq., tha weM
known and popular oomedun. Eull particular* will ahart
lr be announced.
N'IBIXJ'S CONCERT SAUH)N ? Tin'ODORF. HSEBUm
t lassieal Quarlettc Soiree, the tonrth ol the third
season, will take place on Saturday, Jan. '?i. Concert to
commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets, $1 each.
FRANKLIN MUSEUM, 175 CHATHAM STREFT.? GBO.
Lbs, Proprietor.? The above establishment is
every afternoon, at 3 o'clock, and in thoi evening at half
past 7, for the purpose of -'ClaHsic and Original Boprtw
tations of Living Statuary," by M'Ue. Casinot's Troup* af
Model Artists together with a' vuriety of beautiftd per
formances. lor further particular1*, see bills of each 'if.
Admission ? Seats in private boxes, M> cents; stage nwtk
with cushioned arm chairs, J7)j oeuU, bestw, 'l6 QW^
gallery, 12 J* ceui*.
1IRDICAL.
I ?
HYCJLVSTIKA.? A SPEEDY AVD CERTAIN CURR KOR
nouraV.'a tic doloreux, toothache, nervous he kWcIui,
I and rlienniutisin in the head, and a preventive or
1 coovul-ions. or any oilier complaint* att.nnd.int upon
early childhood during the period of teething. has baea
discovered, and is now lieing successfully administered in
i the form of a medicated neck luce, to be worn next tin
I skin hv the patient. An eminent (German physician dis
, covered tin* virtues ol the valuable medicines of -vhfoh
' tlie beads of the necklace are made, and prescribed th*
mode of application. The notice of the public is n?t,
therefor? cnllcd to a quack medicine. bn> to a medica
ment recommended by one of the most eminent of th?
faculty. a.s peculiarly powerful in acting 1 1 trough ttv*
pores ol the .kin dlrecir u|>on tlie disea-ed or e*rited
nerve*, affording, generally, instant, and always perma
nent relief, a ad effecting a permanent cure. I'aticntrt who,
at twenty four hours trial of the medicated necklace, ac
cording to prescription, find no relief, mav, at the close of
that period, bv immediately returning the same, receive
buck their money. i&HUFFNKR fc MULDKMW.
Tiktimont. ? 1 do hereby certify that the composition of
tlie medicated necklace offereit by Schuffner k Muldener,
is of such a nature as to unfailingly pro- luce the mo*t
satisfactory results. 0. BKAUM.HH. M D ,
No. 28."> Henry street. Itrookiya.
For .-ale bv the proprietor*. No. 4 Williaiu street-^
I I'rice $1.
I T?r AR HATH SLAIN ITS THOUSANDS. BUT8CROFOLA
1 Yf it i tens of thousands. ? l>r. K. lirown, the
I scrofula doctor, of Springfield. Mass., formerly of Ilaver
I hill. Mass.. now of New York city, author of 'Kenula
I Mnnunl o! Health," "Scrofula ? it* causes and cure," a ad
other works of great celebrity, has tho pleasure to an
nounce to the [icople of this great metropolis, that he liM
established himself in this city, at No. 147 lirui^l street,
between Broadway and Bowerv. where he will b" happy
to attend to all cases of scrofula and chronic diseased g*~
uo mlly.
MRS DRAKE. (DAUfrllTKR OF THE LATE MRS. MOTT^
physician, liW West fifteenth street, attends to ihs
diseases of women and children In all their varied forma
Mothers are invited to consult Mn?. Drake on their
and their children's complaint*. She is equally as suo
ceiwful a* her mother, who became so celebrated.
DR COHUFTT. MEMBER OF THE N. Y. UNIYERSITY,
19 >unne street, between Chatham aud Wiliaai
streets. Oflice hours from 7 A. M. to 9 J*. M.
N. I!. ? tee my diploma in my office.
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL OMB
panion ? By Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Professor of Dis
eases of Women. Twentieth edition, l?mo, pp. 2fi *.
Price 91. Y?ars of suffering, of physical and mental
anguish, to many an affectionate wife, and pecuniary
difficulties to the husband, might have been spur-si bf a
timely possession of this work. It is intended especially
for the married, or those contemplating marriage, a* tt
disclose* important secrets which should be kuo irate
them parflcularty.
Hen-, also, every female? tbe wife, the mother ? MM
one either budding into womanhood, or the other in tha
decline of years, in whom nsture contemplates aa 1ns
povtant change, can discover the causae, syuiptsicns, a ad
the most efticient remedies, and the most certain ntsie at
cure, in every complaint to which her sev Is snhuvct
(hx tract ot a letter from a gentleman ia Dayton, <Hiie >
Dattox, May 1, 1*1.
Pr A. M. M vnriiTitr. 109 Uberty street
My Dear Sir ? My wife has boon perceptibly sinking fee
eome three years* or more, ia eonsequenoe of her great
anguish and suffering some months before and during bar
confinement? every successive one more and us ore deWI
taiing and prostrating her, patting her Ufe in ixiaiaeaA
i la nger, end which was, on the last occasion, impaired a t.
I supposed this atete of things was Inevitable, and
siciusi myself to meet the worst. At this time, (near
about two months.) 1 heard yoer book highly spoken a#,
as containing some matters 'reaching my case. On it*
receipt and perusal. 1 cannot express to you the relief Ik
afforded my distressed mind, and the joy its pag.*s ine
1 parted to mv wife, on learning that the great discarery
j of M. M ftasomeaiix provided a remedy. It opened a
prospect to me which I little conceived was possible. Bid
for this, ere auother year would have passed over way
head, iu all human probability my wife would have beaa
in bet grave, and mt children both motherless.
U is, of course, impracticable to convey more futlf the
serious subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly
intended for the married, or those contemplating mar
ri?^". For sale, at Broadway. So. 2 Astor Hou.se and
at the publishing office, 129 ljhertv street, N?? Yerfc
I it lie A Co. , Albany; Joseph Tucker. Mobile. Also. 1. K.
Pft<u sua. N ? 90 (liesnut strict, Philadelphia. On tW
receipt ol 41. a copy will be tr;tnsmitteii by iu?i!, free af
poets to any part ol the United States. All letters
luiut be addressed, post pnid. to Ih. A. M. MAURIOKAV.
ofHe> i.i'ierty strcut , New Yock, or bos 1,224, New
Yovli Poet ' 'ifice
A imjiltlc of s'uteen pages, more fullv evplainiiw tlue
Contents of 'he book, will be forwarded to :my la-ty er
gentleman svlio may desire it, free of etpense, be any pee*
of the Uutted State*, by addressing as above.
Mc7)TCAI ADYTSKR AND MARIUAnK GUmB? A
pfi?4t.''*l treatise never before pnblishod. Twna%
five.cnts a eopv, fre-> of postage ttnlil by Strfngnr h
Tint Mend, 22H, C Harriot 4.'r_ V Rr>vadway; and by thn
author, M kArmont, physician and snrgeoa, 41 Iteadn
stroet, corner of Broalway, N. Y., wb?rs ha tr^atu sfli
tliwte coinpla.uts, from 11 A. M., UU '4 P. M., an<| ?vea> a
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