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k Clirehugli’s New System of Cutting
* Gentlemen's Hair, is a desideratum by which
its luxuriance and beauty is rendered truly ornamental.
The design and execution differ entirely from the usual
practice of Hair Cutting adopted here, and also the ex
pedition and gentleness with which the operation is
performed. The first artists in London and Paris have
acknowledged its utility, and adopt it in their practice.
By the beau monde it has been denominated a
art, and whether for the Pulpit, the Bar, the Senate, or
the Stage its elegant and classical arrangements will
add dignity and grace to the whole contour of la Tete
Humaine.
PUBLIC HEALTH.
ayjolm F. Gannon’s Hot, Cold, Medica
ted VAPOR and SHOWER BATHS, at the Old Ar
cade, No. 39 CHAMBERS STREET, late Pal mo’s, op
r posite the Park.
These Baths are well worth a visit. They extend
from Chambers through to Reade street. The proprie
tor will spare no pains to promote the comfort and
health of his customers.
Baths open from 4 o’clock A. M. to 11 P. M. Price
cents, or 9 tickets for one dollar. jy26 3m
HUDSON BATHS,
Corner of Hudson, Canal, and. Watts Streets.
Entrance on Canal Street.
THESE BATHS are now open for the accom
modation of the Public. They are fitted up in a style
of Elegance and convenience not surpassed by any in
the City, and the most perfect Cleanliness is observed in
r all the arrangements. The establishment is supplied
with the pure Croton Water, and embraces
HOT, COLD, AND SHOWER BATHS.
Also, Avery's Electric Magnetic Bath, a new and im
portant discovery, for the cure of Rheumatism, Gout,
Paralysis, Dyspcpsy, or any Nervous Affections
je7 3m
’ —LEWIS, HAIR. CUTTER,
J 57 BROADWAY, ON THE REAR, UP STAIRS,)
New York.
{fTj- Mr. L. would respectfully inform his old friends
and customers that he is to be found as above, where
he will be happy to see them. aulG 4t
A GREAT TRIUMPH IN MEDlClNE.—Physicians
who pronounce Epileptic Fits incurable, and all
that are interested, are respectfully invited to examine
► the following certificates of wonderful cures. If they
are false they ought to be exposed ; if true they ought
to be known and no longer say epileptic fits are incura
ble. Let the examination be made.
Drs. Ivans and Hart— Gents: It is with no small de
gree of gratification that I am enabled to announce to
you the complete restoration to health of my daughter,
who for some three months past has been under treat
ment at your hands for a disease, the cure of which we
had almost ceased to think possible, having tried cur
ing a course of several years, patiently and thoroughly
the means prescribed by several different physicians,
bnt all to no purpose.
To those similarly afflicted and who may apply to yon
for relief, a short statement of the facts of the case may
perhaps be interesting.
About the age of six years (her age at present is fif
teen) your patient was first attacked with this dreadful
malady, called Epileptic Fits; but which, however at
first soon yielded to the course of treatment prescribed
by the Physician then called to attend her, and we
thought her cured ; but after the lapse of a year she was
again attacked and with increased severity, and again
t the Physician temporarily overcame it; but the disease
itself was not removed from the system. It returned
successively at shorter intervals, and with increasing
severity, until at length it reached an alarming stage—
so that for more than a year, and until you took the case
in hand, she suffered with those attacks of Fits almost
incessantly’, and so severely’ as to threaten to drive Rea
son from his throne, and render her an Idiot, Physi
cians pronounced her case incurable ; that they could
do nothing more for her, and we had almost despaired
of a cure, when hearidg of some remarkable cures you
had effected, I determined to try your prescriptions.
The result has far exceeded our most sanguine expec
tations, (although we hoped some good might be done,)
and now after three months* treatment at your hands,
we see her freed from a most dreadful malady, and re
x stored to perfect health. Should any one feel desirous
of seeing the patient and of ascertaining the particulars
of the case, such wish may be gratified by calling at my
residence, about two milesfronr the village of Yonkers,
Westchester co , N. Y. Signed,
O. C. DENSLOW, Yonkers, May 25th, 1846.
P. S. Or by addressing me, (post paid.)
, Greenwich, Ct., May’ 19,1846.
TTart.— Gentlemen: Pardon me for
*- having delayed till this late day to acknowledge the
debt of gratitude 1 owe to you for the benefit 1 have re
ceived from the use of your valuable medicine. It is
now twenty years since I was first afflicted with epilep
tic fits, and since that time I‘have experienced every
degree ofsuffering. For the last eight years 1 have been
unable to attend any kind of business, and at times my
mental faculties and bodily’ powers have been com
pletely prostrated. I have had the advice of many emi
nent physicians, and have tried their medicines—but to
no avail. It is now five weeks since I commenced taking
your medicine, and I find my health is rapidly improv
ing, and, by' the blessing of God, I trust I shall soon be
• able to pursue my daily avocation.
‘ Yours, respectfully,
(Signed,) PHILO JOHNSON.
BTO ALL whom it may concern.- I hereby testify that
I have been afflicted for twenty three years with epilep
tic fits; it would be impossible forme to describe the
amount of my sinterings, the almost constant dread, the
awful forebodings and symptoms of a returning fit, the
sleepless nights, together with all that unspeakable tor
-1 ture of body and mind which the poor victim of this
dread scourge and hitherto invulnerable foe of man suf
fers. I have suffered through the various stages of this
disease, from having the attacks light and far between,
■r to severe and frequent—l have tried the skill of numer
ous physicians, in a word, I have tried until grew weary
of trying, without receiving any benefit whatever, and I
looked forward to the messenger, Death, the finisher of !
mortality, to end my misery and conflict in this, which
has been to me truly' a vale of tears; but, thank God, I
am now restored lo health, and have every reason to
believe that the disease of epilepsy' is entirely removed
from my system.
My friends have noticed the great change wrought in
my appearance, and congratulate me on my recovery to
health. All nature to me, wears a new aspect. Life
hitherto seemed to me a great burthen, but. naw a bias* in#
and truly I have every reason to be thankful.
A word more to those who are similarly afflicted. I
u «ed Drs. Ivan’s and Hart’s Vegetable Extract, and it is
this which has under the blessing of the Almighty,
in me this almost miraculous change, and I
cheerfully take pleasure in conversing with them 1
this subject, if they' will call at my' residence. No. 49 1
street, New York. WM. H. PASELLS.
Sworn before me, this 7th dav of March, A. I). 184 G.
WM. F. 11AVEMEYER, Mayor.
I have been intimately acquainted with Mr. Wm. H. 1
Parsells about eight years, and believe him to be an 1
honest and upright man, whose integrity is unimpeach
able. He has been rive years of that time in my imme
diate employment. ROLAND GF.LSTON,
Home for Seaman, 320 and 322 Pearl st.
New York, March 7th, 1846.
Numerous other certificates of cures to be seen at the
principal office, where the afflicted are invited to call
and have their cases examined, and advice given free of
charge.
P. S. —The medicine is carerully packed in boxes,
with full directions, for transportation. Prices per box,
$9, sl7, and $24. Single bottles, with necessary medi
cines, $2.
Agents—J. N.Parker, 33Cornhill, Boston. Mass; A.
Skiddy, 250 Race street, Philadelphia; Roswell Van
Buskirk, 392 Broad, corner of Market st., Newark, N J.;
Ludlow & Co., Staten Island.
DRS. IVANS & HART, Proprietors.
Principal Office, 184 Grand st., New York. j7 3m
DR. SCHILLING’S VEGETABLE PILLS •
HZ? These Pills, prepared after the recipe of the
well known Dr. Gottlieb Schilling, by his grandson,
Dr. Herrman Schilling, are introduced by him into the
United States with the confident hope that the surpri
zing effects they have manifested abroad will follow- 1
their introduction on this side of the Atlantic. For the , f
purpose he has appointed
J O. SWEETSER, DRUGGIST.,
146 Greenwich street, city of New York, (
his General Agent for the United States and the whole ;
of North America. From him, or agents by him ap
pointed, the only genuine Schliing’s Vegetable Pills
can be had; all others are spurious.
The diseases in which thie medicine is most useful
are coughs, colds, influenza, dyspepsia, dropsy, head
ache, fullness of blood, bilious scarlet, typhoid and ty
phus fevers of ail kinds, indigestion, weakness of sto
mach, rheumatism and rheumatic affections, nervous
affections,liver complaint, asthma, pleurisy, inflamma- 1
tion of the lungs, low spirits, fits, measles, small pox
whooping cough, croup, sore eyes, inward weakness,
worms, quinsey, bronchitis, cholic, dysentery, gravel,
te . salt rheum, deafness and other affections of the ear, ,
L St. Anthony’s fire, scrofula or king’s evil, ulcers, white ;
F* swellings,tumors, piles, suppressed rnnthly discharges ,
and female complaints in general, eruptions of the skin
habitual costiveness, and all diseases depending on a
disordered and diseased state of the blood, or a suppres
sion of the healthy secretions.
The action of the Pills is diaphoretic as well as ca
thartic—that is, they not only clear out the stomach
and bowels of all obstacles to the action of those impor
tant organs, but promote the insensible perspiration,
driving away all foul humors from the body, and resto-
K ring the blood to a sanative state. Composed entirely
, of vegetable ingredients; they are perfectly safe, as well
as expeditious and certain. Containing within them
selves a whole Pharmacopie, anc acting as they do on
a sound principle, no family should be without them. —
Every traveller should carry them along with him—
every seamen should have them on his voyage —for they
supersede doctor’s bills, prevent detention, and obviate
the necessity of the medicine chest. Every female '
should use them, for they are a sovereign remedy in
those diseases to which she is liable. In short, they
have proved themselves, after an experience of thirty
two years in private practice, and twenty-one years of
public use, to be invaluable.
Price 25 cents per box.
Around every box is the fac simile signature of Herr
, man Schillman, M. D., and on the lid an engraved like
ness of Dr. Gottlieb Schilling, from Franckner’s full
length portrait. Vi one others are genuine je 14 3m
i THE ZORiarMll,
PHCE NI X HAT AND CAP
r ESTABLISHMENT.
103 FULTON STREET, OPPOSITE DUTCH ST.
A Little Logic and Common Sene. —Three
things beyond dispute.
Ist. If a man pays out much money, he must receive
as much.
2d. Therefore, if a man’s expenses in business are
large must be large.
3d. Therefore, again; the PHCENIX HAT AND CAP
v ESTABLISHMENT, No. 103 Fulton Street, in
► a small plain Store, at a cheap rent, can afford to sell
HATS and CAPS at lower prices and of better quality
than the Broadway stores, with their enormous rents,
SSOO windows, S7OO tables, &c., &.c.. &c.
Now if this is not sound logic, two and two do not
rr " make four; but if it is, then common sense calls on
you to come to us for your next Hat or Cap.
See the contrast, and let your reason decide if it is
If not worth your while to give it, at least, one trial.
■ > Oar Prices. Broadway Prices.
First quality Nutria, $3 50 $4 50 $5 00
Second “ “ 3 00 5 00 0 00
Flrstquallty Silk, 3 00 4 50 0 00
■ Second “ “ 2 50 3 50 4 00
" 103 FULTON STREET,
jy2Glm between Nassau and William.
Bb the plumbe
■ National daguerrian gallery.
■P 251 BROADWAY, UPPFR COR. MURRY STTEET.
F (Instituued 1840.)
B TWO PATETNS GRANTED UNDER GREAT SEAL
OF UNITED STATES.
Awarded the gold and silver medals,
FOUR FIRST PREMIUMS, and TWO HIGHEST
at. the NATIONAL, the MASSACHU
f , SETTS, the NEW YORK, and the PENNSYLVANIA
F EXHIBITIONS, respectively, for the MOST SPLENDID
COLORED DAGUERREOTYPES, A ,’D BEST APPA-
I RATUS.
Portraits taken in any weather in exquisite style.
Apparatus and Stock wholesale and retail.
L ’lnstruction given in the art. jy 14 3 m
F Brail]y, Doctor in Medicine of the
r acuity ot 1 arts, Bachelier es-lettres and es-sciences of
k the L niversity of France, etc., just arrived from Paris,
1 where he practised several years, has taken residence,
No. 18 Wooster street, in New York.
T he Doctor can be consulted on all diseases, chronic
diseases for wh.ch treatment-? have been used without
attended to. Special advices will be given on
of \\ omen and Children ; the diseases of the
being rapidly cured by anew treatment discover
ed and owned only by Dr. Brailly, who is author of dis-
I sertations on the diseases o f the womb, and their treat
ment, also on the using of the speculum uteri etc., and
■ who was fora long time student under the celebrated
F Professor Lisfranc, of la Pitie Hospital in Paris,
k accouchments attended to, if required.
■ Office 18 Wooster street, near Canal street; New York
? BROWN’S
• Coffee House and Dining Saloon.
- rWIHE subscriber having fitted up in a splendid man
-5 JL ner, the store
3 No. 71 PEARL STREET, (Facing Coenties’ Slip,)
• As a COFFEE HOUSE and DINING SALOON,
c would respectfully solicit the patronage of those whom
*■ business may draw to the lower part of the city. The
• proprietor having been engaged in the business for a
e number of years, feels confident that those who will
favor his
NEW ESTABLISHMENT,
with a call will find everything to their liking and en
’ tire satisfaction.
The place is admirably adapted to Ship Masters, Mer
chants, Clerks, and likewise to Country Merchants,
? who desire their meals in the vicinity of their business.
GEORGE BROWN, Proprietor,
j aulG 3m Late of Lovejoy’s Hotel.
. "glass cutting
ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 43 DUANE STREET,
TURNER & LANE beg to'inform their friends and
customers generally, that they have removed
from 117 Attorney street, to the new commodious build
ing, 43 Duane street, where they are prepared to exe
' cute glass cutting in every variety of style for the trade,
or to dealers generally. For quality and price, no
house in the city can surpass them. Strangers would
do well to call and judge for themselves. N. B.—So
lar lamp globes, decanters, wines, tumblers, &.C., &c.
aulG 3m
the useof families, parties of pier
sure, and individuals, wherev'*r they
,na y l>e; is a new artic,e » an< 111,1
V not be confounded with the boti.v .soda
Lmohll or an y ottier art ’icle in the market. It is
P utu P * n bottles, in a powdered state,
A M sweelenetl an d flavored to suit the taste
an(l on ly requires water to enables its
possessor to enjoy a finer and more
wholesome glass of soda than ever was
Hl' drawn from fountains, and for half the
S monev. The public are invited to call
at the office of the proprietor, J. W.
KELLY, 171 i William Street, near
Beeekman, or at the Agency, 171 Division, and judge
for themseves. A large discount made to those who
buy to sell again. Orders from the country solicited.
aulG Im
11. R. ROBINSON, LITHOGRAPHER,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Prints,
NO. 143 NASSAU STREET.
HAS lately published a splendid full length portrait
of the GENERAL SCOTT, said to be the best
likeness of the “ Hero of Chippewa,” as yet published.
Also, ‘‘the Man what Smokes in the Omnibus;”
“Room for 12 in Kipp 4- Brown’s Stages;” and Vice
President Dallas, addressing the Loco Foco procession
in 1844, in favor of the Whig Tariffof ’42 !
9O“Lithographyof Public Buildings, Hotels, Portraits
Designs, &c., executed on moderate terms, at the short
est notice. aulG 2*
THE TIGER SALOON.
MANN & THOMPSON would respectfully inform
their friends and the public, that they have re
cently purchased the Saloon formerly known as the
TIGER SALOON, alias MERCHANTS’, No. 360
Broadway—renovated and refitted it in a superior style
making it one of the most cool and comfortable places
of resort in the city, and would be pleased to receive
calls from all who may be pleased to favor them. The
Bar is stocked with the choicest of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Price of Bowling, 12| cents. aul6 3m
Lindley's Improved Patent Premium Bedsteads,
(Proof againsi Bed Bugs,) at
GARDINJER’S
CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE,
69 Gold street, 1 door from Beekman st, N. Y.
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call the
attention of the public to the above invaluable ar
ticle of Furnitnre ; the greatimprovementin the strength
and durability of the Screw is such as to place them far
in advance of every thing of the kind now in use.
This improvement received the highest premiums
awarded at the late Fairs of the American Institute in
October 1843-44 45, over every otuer competitor.
They combine great strength and durability, stand
firm, are put up and taken down in one minute, and the
joints, being so perfectly tight and secure, afford no rest
ing place for any of the nocturnal family.
The undersigned will also keep on hand other Bed
steads,—Branehe’s Patent Iron Dovetail he would re
commend as a good article: also the well known W ind
lass Bedstead with sacking bottom.
Also Moody & Eastman’s Elevating Spring Bed, a most
delightful article for the comfort and repose of any either
in sickness or health.
The Bedsteads, and all other articles of Furniture re
quired for the Chamber or Bedroom, such as Dressing
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Wash Stands, Toilet tables, Cen
tre and Side Tables, Lonnges, <S-c., are manufactured of
the best materials, of every variety of pattern and style,
and'under his own immediate supervision.
Mattresses, Pilliasters, Feather Beds, Bolsters and
Pillows, on hand, or made to order, and warranted to be
filled with such hair, feathers, &.c., as represented.
Orders from the South, Hotel keepers and families, re
spectfully solid ted. Having a large manufactory, orders
for any number can be filled at the shortest notice.
AUIGGm WILLIAM C. GARDINER.
“ WOODMAN SPARE THAT TREE ”
RETR E A T .
BY HENRY WOODMAN.
Corner of Slate and Bridge streets.
rij'UilS is one of the most delightful retreats in the
_Il city. Fronting on the Battery—it commands a fine
view of the Harbor and Shipping, and insures to the
Boarders the enjoyment of the cool and invigorating
sea breeze, without the annoyance and expense of a
trip to the country. To those who study health and
comfort in the selection of a Boarding House, this es
tablishment offers rare inducements. In fitting up this
house every arrangement has been made for the com
fort and convenience of boarders. Ladies or Gentlemen
or Families are invited to examine this place andjudge
of its merits. Neither pains nor expense will be spared
to make this one of the best houses in New York. Its
location in the immediate vicinity of business is anoth
er advantage which it possesses.
The Bar is always stocked with the best Ales, Wines
and Liquors, and the choicest brands of Cigars which
can be found in the market. auIG 3m
THE CRICKET.
342 BOWERY
Between Bond and Great Jones Streets.
rjIHE Subscriber begs lo intimate to his friends and the
JsL public, that the above house is now ready for the
reception of visitors. The location is admirably situated
forthose that indulge in a stroll up town, who, together
with his neighbors, shall meet with every attention. The
house will be conducted upon a very superior plan, con
sequently every thing will be of the best quality. Plea
sant and airy bed rooms let w ith or without board.
N, 8.--Bloomingdale and Manhattanville stages will
stop every trip, also the Yorkville stages.
AulG3m JAS. STROUD.
SWEET’S EXPRESS COFFEE SALOON.
20 ll r all Street, Corner of Nassau.
THE Subscriber would respectfully inform his
and the public, that he has recently fitted
up the above saloon, where the choicest Wines, Liquors
and Cigars brought to this market, will always be found.
They also serve up oysters, beef-steaks, pies, custards,
tarts, &-c. &c.
The public are respectfully invited to call and satisfy
themselves whether the above statements are true, and
if satisfied, we may expect a secoud and continuation of
calls at this little establishment.
N.B. —Men doing business downtown will find checks
of all the different banks in the city, together with sta
tionery, pens, ink, &.C., fortheir special convenience.
aulG 3m
PARK ROW
CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT.
J. BELLAMY.
IMTERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, whole
lY B. 3! le and retail, No. 3 Park Row, New York, op
posite the Astor House, three doors north of the Ameri
can Museum, has on hand a splendid assortment of all
kinds of Clothing, suitable for a gentleman’s wardrobe.
Also, a splendid and fashionable assortment of
Cloths, Casaimeres, and Veetings,
Comprising a great variety of the latest and most fash
ionable styles of English, French and American manu
factures, which will be made to order at the shortest
notice, and at the lowest possible prices.
THE CUTTING DEPARTMENT.
This most particular branch of the business is under
the charge of Mr. W. T. Child, long known as one of the
best and most tasteful cutters in the city, and whose
style and fit will challenge the utmost scrutiny.
Call here before you order clothing. au9 3m
NEW MUSIC.
JUST PUBLISHED and for sale, by SAMUEL C.
JOLLIE, 413 Broadw'ay, the favorite songs and
Duetty, from the Grand Opera of the Crusadkrs, com
posed by Jules Benedict, the words by Alfred Bunn, Esq
lam thine! only thine !
11l gifted Ring-
Weep on; Weep on—
They little know the charms,
When sadden’d thoughs the spirit sinks
The ties of Friendship.
The above Opera, was performed 100 successive nights,
with the greatest success at -the Theatre Royal, Drury
Lane, London.
The Trade and Professional supplied at the usual dis
discount. SAMUEL C JOLLIE,
an 9 3m 413 Broad way, corner of Lispenard street.
SPRING GOODS.
WM. T. JENNINGS CO.,
Drapers and Tailors, Importers of Cloths, Cassi
meres, Vestings, Fancy Dress At tides, <s’C.
231 Broadway, opposite the Fountain.
are prepared for the Spring Trade with the most exten
sive assortment of goods they have ever offered for in
spection, comprising French and English Cloths, Cas
simeres in various new styles, Vestings in great varie
ty, which will be made up to order, through the aid of
as efficient a corps of cutter* as can be found in the
country, at prices that have given a character to the es
tablishment for moderate charges.
Inreference to the pantaloons, in which so few cutters
excel, we would observe that the atteniion directed to
this department must continue to offer inducements to
those who appreciate a fitcombiningease andelegance
In addition to the usual assortments of goods kept by
the trade, we have always on hand Dress and Frock
Coats, Vests, Business Coats, and Fancy Dress Articles
including Scarfj, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Sus
penders, Linen and Muslin Shirts, Collars, Bosoms,&c
ja2l 3m
WILLIAM A. GAMBLE,
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER,
No. 26 Maiden Lane,
(Corner of Nassau Street, up stairs.)
HAS taken part of the office of J. K. Pitkin, watch
case Manufacturer, where he wiil be happy to
attend to all orders in his line.
Watches, French Clocks and Music Boxes
repaired in the best manner, and at the lowest rates
All manner of work in his line done at the shorest
notice, and in the most satisfactory style. jyl9 3m
J. C. DANN’S SALOON,
No. 84 WILLIAM STREET,
Corner of Maiden-Lane.
THIS Saloon is opened by the Subscriber at a loca
tion especially fitted up for the accommodation of
down-town Merchants, Cle ks and others, who wish
their meals at stated hours, and especially at DINNER
TIME, served up in a superior, as well as an economi
cal manner.
His ordinajy will always be supplied with the
choicest of dishes, that the markets furnish. Fish, flesh
fowl and game in season. Oysters and all the other re
quisites required to please the pal ite.
In short, DANN assures the public and his friends,
that at his SALOON will ba found a choice place, foi
Breakfast, Dinner and Tea when ordered, with an espe
cial refe ence to steaks, chops, cutlets and other estab
lishmentsto satisfy his customers, and always at econ
omical prices. au2 3m
vandebeck
Has re opened the old establishment,
Music Store 385 Broadway, N» Y.,
■ With an entire stock of
NEW AND FASHIONABLE MUSIC,
Consisting of songs, duetts, glees, quartettes, quin
tett* and chorusscs ; waltzes, galops, Polka, mazurkas,
11 cotillions, quadrilles dances, reels and hornpipes march
e es and quicksteps; rondos, variations, duetts for two per
a formers, battles and sonatas, 4-c.; compositions of all the
ancient and modern masters.
A splendid assortment of Flutes, from 1 to 10 keys, of
of various kinds of wood, from the approved maker, C.
Peloubet. Guitars of rose wood, maple, birds eye and
satin wood, from the well known manufactory of Mar
, tin & Coups; also a handsome assortment of French,
3 Spanish and Germans Guitais, from the bestmanufacto-
5 ’ ries, inlead with pearl, ivory and fancy designs, varying
from $5 to SIOO, including boxes. Violins, violincellos
banjos, tamborines, accordions, triangles, cymbals, nu
- niug hammers, forks and pitch pipes of the 2Eolian pa
tent, clarinetts, flageolets, fifes, octave flutes, bass and
side drums, con ets, cornopeans, valve trumpets, ophi
clides, trombone, bugles,&c.
Ban<ls, Music Dealers, Seminaries and the Profession
supplied on the most reasonable terms by addressing
WILLIAM VANDERBECK,
I je7 3m 385 Broadway, N. Y.
———ROULSTONE’S
RIDING SCHOOL,
I NO. 137 MERCER STREET, NEW YORK.
- "S' ADIES SCHOOL—Open every day (Sundays ex
-fiLj cepted) from 9 o’clock in the morning till 2 in the
afternoon.
GENTLEMEN’S SCHOOL—Open from the first of
I April till the first of November, from 6 o’clock till Bln
the morning; from the first of November to the first of
Aoril, from 7 to 9 in the evening.
Ladies and and Gentlemen who who design to take
I a course of lessons, are at liberty to take the 1G lessons
at any time within three month alter commencing,
" except in cases of sickness.
■ Terms:
Course of Lessons tor a Ladys2o,oo
“ “ “ •* “ Gentleman 24,00
’ An advance of $lO is required on commencing ; the
’ ballance payable at the end of the lessons. jys 3m
; ANGLER'S ATTENTION!
Hell Gate Fisliinjj Grounds.
PERSONS wishing a pleasant Fishing Excursion
and who wish to enjoy the pure air of the ocean,
. at a trifling expense, should go to Hell Gate. It is un
• necessary to describe the beatiful scenery which is to
: found at tnis place, to the citizens of New York, as
> the crowds who daily go there, is a sufficient evidence
that they are already appreciated. It is also one of the
best places for fishing in the vicinity of New York. The
stages run to the Hell Gate Ferry House,
which has recently been thoroughly repaired, and is
kept in excellent style by J. M. DUNLAP, who has al
ways on hand a choice supply of refreshments, for such
as may desire them. Also, boats for parties, for which
the charge is but 50 cents ; bails of every description
furnished.
Whitson’s Line of Stages run from the corner of the
Bowery and Pell street to the Hell Gate Ferry House,
foot of BGth stret, every half hour, commencing at 5-j
o’clock in the morning—fare G| cents. Also, Murphy’s
Line from No. 3 Chatham street, every hour—fare 12£
! cents. jys 3m
ROBERT WEBBER.
No. 467 BROADWAY.
Four doors above Grand street.
WOULD INFORM HIS FRIENDS and customers
that he has reduced his prices, and is prepared
with the best of stock and workmen, to furnish them
with LADIES’ BOOTS AND SHOES, in aH their va
riety, at the shortest notice, and on such terms as will
ensure a continuance o. the patronage hitherto bestowed
upon his exertions to please. He would likewise add
that in the GENTLEMEN’S, BOYS’ AND YOUTH’S
Department, he cannot be exceljed. It is his intention
to use none but the best of materials, employ none but
the best of workmen, and by combining fashion with
economy, give universal satisfaction to those who may
employ him.
WEBBER’S CHINESE CORN REMEDY.—Kmw
ing that the Chinese as a people were accustomed to
wearing remarkably small shoes, and equally notorious
for being perfectly free from Corns, Bunions and the
like, the subscriber was anxious to know how the yltere
prevented, and had some conversation with a relative
on the subject, who had frequently visited Canton, who
informed him they used some preparation that entirely
eradicated them ; and he now has the pleasure to in
form the public that at considerable expense he is ena
bled to oiler them this identical remedy, which he does
with perfect confidence, knowing that ifused according
to directions, a perfect cure may be relied on in all
cases. For sale oy the subscriber, or his Agents, at the
low price of one shilling per bottler A liberal discount
Imade to those who purchase to sell again. None gen
uine without having his written signature on the enve
hope. jel43m
DIAPHRAGM FILTERS.
AN OFFICE HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AT
NO. 334 BR OJID HA Y.
THE SALE AND EXHIBITION of this novel,
8? simple and most beneficial Invention. Heads of
families are invited to examine its operation and judge
of its utility as a contributor to health and cleanliness.
The Proprietors are now able from the Increased fa
cilities in their manufacture to afford them at prices
within.the reach of housekeepers.
The above Filters are also for sale at the Manufacto
ry, 66 Frankfort street. je2B 3m
19 2 BR O A1) W A~yT
CORNER. OF JOHN ST.
To those wlio Shave themselves.
npHE celebrity of “Ring’s Verbena Cream” through
out United States has never been approached by
any other Shaving Soap. It is firmly believed, nay, in
deed, it is universally admitted, that no article hitnerto
discovered possesses the penetrating, softening effecton
the roughest beards, that the genuine Verbena Cream
does. Beware of imitations, and observe the written
signature, under the directions foruse, “C.ll. Ring.”
Prepared, and for sale wholesale, retail and for expor
tation, by C H. RING, Druggist,
192 Broadway, corner John street,
(Successor of Dr. William H. Milnor’s )
N.B —Ring’s Cough Candy and Elixer of Life, for
sale as above. my 17 tf
PARTHENON BOWLING HAL.B,
NO. 252 BROADWAY, (LATE PEALE’S MUSEUM.)
THR Ruoseril.pr, having takon the above house, has
fitted it up in every particular for the healthy
amusement of Bowling. The Bar will be supplied with
the best imported Liquors and Cigars, regardless of
cost, and no pains will be spared by the proprietor to
render itthe No. 1 place ot'New York. His entertain
ment to his oZd friends will be as courteous, as in the
palmy days of the old “Crystal,” and he flatters himself
he has not lost the power of pleasing new ones.
jy26 3mG. D. PESHINE.
A GREAT ATTRACTION TO THE LOVERS~OF
“ICE CREAM.’,
FROM LOCUST HILL FARM,
TWELVE MILES WEST OF PHILADELEHIA.
THE Subscriber proposes to furnish to the citizens
of New York at his Saloon, No 54 2 BROADWAY,
an article warranted to be made of iI PURE CREAM"
a sample of which some of the citizens of this city
having tasted, pronounced very supeirior. The subscri
ber will be happy to supply hotels, boarding
private families or parties, moulded to order. The Sa"
loon will be opened for the reception of visitors on Fri
day evening, 3d July, when we hope Ladies and Gen
tlemen will call and test the article for themselves.]
This article will be manufactured at the Farm and
warranted fresh, as it is brought by the Camden and
Amboy Railroad.
jy2G3mJONATHAN P. ABRAHAM.
WINDOW SHADE DEPOT,
NO. 7 SPRUCE STREET,
Established in 1840.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
SHADES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, kindsand sizes,
50 per cent cheaper than can be bought at any other
places, Trimming at manufacturers prices.
BARTOL, DE MAUNY & CO.,
je7 tf Manufacturers and Importers.
GOLD PENST
AG. B A G L E Y’S CELEBRATED IMPROVED
• EVER POINTED GOLD PEN.—This Pen re
ceived the highest premium at the last Fair of (he Amer
ican Instiute and has been pronounced »>y the ;best
teachers of Penmanship, to he infinitely superior to any
Gold Ben ever before introduce! to the American public.
The lasting properties of this pen are undoubted, owing
to the total absencebf corrosibility from any of the inks
in use, and the peculiar shape of the nibs, (which was
first introduced by Bagley) makes it more pleasant to
use, renders itless liable to damage, more easy to repair
and prevents the necessity of the great cure that other
articles of the kind require.
Manufactory 189 Broadway, New York. jys 3m
State of New York, Secretary’s Office, ) '
Albany, July 24, 1846.
TO the Sheriffof the City and Country of New York:
Sir—Notice is hereby given, that at the next Gen
eral Election, to be held on the Tuesday succeeding
the first Monday of November next, the following offi
cers are to be elected, to wit: A Governor and Lieu
tenant Governor of this State. Two Canal Commis
sioners, to supply the places of Jonas Earll, junior,
and Stephen Clark, whose termsofserv.ee will expire
on the last day of December next. A Senator for the 1
First Senatorial District, to supply the vacancy which
will accrue by the expiration of the term cf service of
John A. Lott on the last day of December next. A
Representative in the 30th Congress of the [United *
States, for the Third Congressional District, consisting
of Hie Ist, 2nd, 3d, 4th and sth Wards of the City of
Nev York. Also, a Representative in the said Con
gress, for the Fourth Congressional District, consisting
of the 7th, JOth and 13th Wards of the said City.— I
Also a Representative in the said Congress for the
Fifth'Congressional District consisting of the Bth 9th and 1
14th wards of said city. And also a Representative 1
in the said congress for the sfxth Congressional Dis- 1
trict, consisting of the 11th, 12th, 15th, 16th, 17th and I
18th Wards of said City. •
Also the following offiicers for the said City and 1
County, to wit: 16 Members of Assembly, and a Sher- 1
iff in the place of William Jones, whose term of ser- *
vice will expire on the last day of December next. A 1
County Clerk in the place of James Connner, whose ’
term of service will expire on the last day of December s
next, and a Coroner in the place of Edmund G. Rawson, 1
whose term of service will expire on the last day of ’
December next. Yours, respectfully,
N. S. BENSON, Secretary of State.
Sheriff’s Office, New-York, July 28th, 1846
The above is published pursuant to the notice of
the Secretary of State and the requirements of the
statute in such case made and provided for.
WM JONES.
Sheriff of the City and County of New-York.
DO’AII the public newspapers in the County will pub
lish the above once in each week until election, and
then hand in their bills lor advertising the same, so
that they may be laid before the Board of Supervisors,
and passed for payment.
See Revised Statutes vol. I, chap. vi. title 3d, article
3d—part Ist, page 140. au2-te
PURE AND FRAGRANT TEAS.
FWSHE NANKIN TEA COMPANY, 352 Pearl st.,
JL near Franklin Square, most respectfully invite the
atention of the public to their Stock of PURE AND
FRAGRANT I'EAS, every description of which they
keep constantly on hand for wholesale and retail.—
Country merchants, heads of families, and all large con
sumers, supplied very advantageously with respect to
quality and uniformity.
NANKIN TEA COMPANY,
jy 19 3m 352 Pearl st.. New York.
SWEENY'S DINING ROOMS,
NO. 66 CHATHAM STREET.
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS which has attend
ed the eftorts of the Proprietor of this celebrated
Establishment the last year, is a sure guaranty of its
superiority over similar establishments, and striping all
competition, enconrages him to make increased exer
tions to merit a continuance of the patronage the public
has so kii.dly awarded him. Feeling grateful for this
support, he offers for their palate a choice of 120 dishes
at prices too long established by the family to need re
petition. EPHRAIM SWEENY.
N. B. — There is also an apartment separate for stran
gers who visit the city, with their families, where they
can have meals served up in a few minutes, and at very
moderate prices. je7 3m
SWEETSERS YEAST POWDERS.
THE good effect of mixing Cake, Hot Rolls and
Biscuit with these powders, has been approved
by the most eminent physicians and surgeons in this
country. They are also highly recommended by many
of the first f undies in the city and other places. Rolls
Bread, or Biscuit, made with these, are light and ready
for baking the instant they are mixed, and aro less
likely to disagree with the stomach than those made
with yeast. No family who have used one box will be
without them afterwards. Price 25 cents per box o!
24 powders, with full directions.
For sale nt 146 GREENWICH ST., near Liberty.
Also Soda Water with Syrups of the best quality. The
Powders may be had of Henry A. Kerr, Grocer, cornei
Astor Place and Broadway ; Britton &. Youngs, cornei
Green and Amity; Agnew, Barrmon & Co., corner of
20th street and Bth Avenue ; and grocers generally
throughout |he city, jyis 3m
A CARD.
DR. W. K. NORTHALL, Consulting anti Practical
Dentist, takes leave to announce to his friends
and the public of New York that he has opened offices
for the practice of his profession at No. 449 Broadway,
between Howard and Grand streets.
Dr. N. has had long experience and great practice in
his profession, and he reels warranted in saying that he
is thoroughly' versed in every branch of his profession.
He begs to refer to the following gentlemen:
Right Rev. Bishop M’llvain, Dr. Van Pelt,
, Rev. E. M. Johnson, Rector, Hon. H. C. Murphy,
of St. Johns, Brooklyn, T. D. Tallmadge,
Rev. B. C. Cutler, Rector of Francis B. Stryker, May-
St. Anns, Brooklyn. or of Brooklyn.
Rev. Mr. Lewis, Cyrus P. Smith, Esq.
Rev. Mr. Hunter, Samuel E. Johnson, Esq.
Rev. Mr. Hodge, William Rockwell, Esq.
Dr. Cullen, Matthew Clarkson, Esq.
Dr. Ostrander, I). C. Burbank, Esq.
Dr. Garrison, Judge Hammond,
Dr. Willbur.
The following testimonial from among a number of
ethers may not be inappropriate:
The subscriber has great pleasure in bearing testimo
ny to the professional skill of Dr. W. K. Northall as a
Dentist. Wo have engaged the services of Dr. N. in
several difficult cases —one, the making and insertion
of an entiro set of teeth for Mrs. Hammond, all of which
have been mana ed to the entire satisfaction of the
parties concerned.
The set of teeth inserted for Mrs. H.is in the opinion
of the subscriber, as near perfection as art can make
them. A. G. HAMMOND,
jy26 3mSurrogate of Kings County.
Cooke & Lockwood.
MANUFACTURERS OF
FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH
PRINTING INKS.
rpHE Subscribers, in submitting their JACK’S to the in
spectionof Printers, would merely state, that for
beauty of material and richness of color, they are deci
dedly the BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market.
An extensive assortment of Inks of every variety and
color, constantly on hand and made to order at short no
tice. The following are in part, a list of colors :
Black, Blue, Carminated Lakes, Green, Purple, Celes
tial Blue, Carmine, Rose Pink, Yellow, Orange, Ultra
Marine, Fermillion, Bronze Inks, Brown, Lilac, fyc., S,-c.
Orders sent to the office 102 Nassau street, Room No.
10, will be punctually' attended to.
COOKE & LOCKWOOD,
mlO 6m No. 102 Nassau st.
GA L V A NI C RINGS!
THREE CENTS EAH,
AT ADAM’S FANCY BAZAAR,
198 CHATHAM SQUARE.
“If it is a humbug, 'tis a cheap one."
rgI HE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES, I hope, will
_S_ remove every particle of doubt that may' rest in
the mind of the reader:
Dr. Adams—Dear Sir —While engaged in hoisting a
large bale of goods in one of the new stores in Broad
street, the rope broke and the bale crushed me as flat as
a pancake: my fellow porters immediately ran off
for two dozen of your Galvanic Rings and strewed them
over my flat remains, and strange to say, in the course
of two hours, I was restored to my natural shape. I
should invite the public to call and see me, only I am
gone west. MR. IIOOKEMSNIVEY.
HERE’S ANOTHER.
Dr. Ddams—Dear Sir—My little boy, 5 years old,
was run over by a Harlem Car, and had his head sever
ed from his body, but by timely application of one of
your Galvanic neck bands, he was again restored to his
anxious mother. JANE MUGGINS,
In the rear of Chatham Square.
The public are cautioned against counterfeits. All
are worthless trash and base counterfeits, except those
sold at Adams's Fancy Bazaar. If the public will run
the risk of being galvanized/rom this world to the next
in a hurry, I cannot be blamed after this timely caution.
I pay two cents per pound more for my copper and zinc
than any other Galvanic Ring maker in this city.
W. ADAMS, the anti-humbug man,
au9 4t 198 Chatham Square.
BON SEJOUK.
Fine Fisliing and Fowling at Bergen
Point.
THE Subscriber has the pleasure to announce that
his house at Bergen Point, is now open for public
accommodation. A hotel on the Jersey side has long
been a desideratum which is now supplied. The house
(the old Muleany mansion,) has been refitted in elegant
style, with many new rooms and other important
additions.
The grounds are beautifully laid out, and what with
luxuriant shrubbery, charming walks, agreeable drives,
and pleasant boating, the place will challenge competi
tion with any rural residence. Families who Wish to
pass a cool and quiet summer, can be provided with
rooms or suits of apartments at their choice. Fish of
almost eve.y variely abound in the “Kills,” and the
neighboring woods are not deficient in game. The
Steamer Passiac, plying between New York and New
ark, stops at the landing in front of the house, four times
a day, and the citizens of New York cannot find a more
beautiful drive than that between Jersey City and Ber
gen Point.
In fine, all visitors and boarders may be assured that
no pains will be spared to make the place merit the title
given it of old— Bon Sejour.
DANIEL W. LOCKWOOD.
The Passaic for Newark, leaves the foot of Barclay
street at 10 A. M., and 4 P. M., landing in front of the
above place. The Port Richmond boat leaves pier No.
lat 9,12, 3£ and 7 o’clock. At Port Richmond there
will be boats in attendance to convey passengers, and
land them at th-? house. These boats make their regu
lar trips on Sunday also.
Horses and Carriages to let. Boats and bait for Fish
ing furnished. Mr. Lockwood will personally attend
to fishing parties. jys 3m
PA VILLI ON TENT,
Coney Island Point.
Till? subscr.ber would respectfully inform the public
that he has made every arrangement for the accom
modation of visitors to the Island. This is one of the
finest places in the vicinity of New York, for the enjoy
ment of the invigorating sea breeze, and is daily throng
ed with visitors from all parts. Persons desirous of en
joying a bath in the surf can be accommodated with
bathingdresses. Lad ! es will be waited upon by one of
their own sex. Clam Bake and chowder served upon the
arrival of every boat. Refreshments of all kinds and at
all times served by attentive and obliging waiters. I’he
bar is filled with every variet, ales, wines, liquors and
cigars. Thankful fos past favor, the subscriber hopes
by muklng every efTort to please his patrnna tn hp favor
ed with a continuance of the same.
jt2 3m. JOHN L. BERRIEN.
DR. C. W. APPLETON’S CELEBRATED
REMEDY FOR DEAFNESS.
THIS INVALUABLE MEDICINE is the result of
a long and faithfully pursued course of experiments
instituted with the sole view to discover, if possible, a
certain, and at the same time, a safe remedy for this
dreadfully afflicting disorder, and after being extensive
ly used in the private practice of the proprietor during
the last eight years in very numerous cases, with the
most remarkable success, is now offered to the pubic
for the benefit of those who, from distance or other cau
ses, cannot have the personal attention of the proprie
tor, in the fullest confidence of its efficacy, and in the
firm belief that it will not disappoint the expectations of
those who may have occasion for its u e ; in short, that
it is the most valuable article ever offered to the pub
lic for this disease.
The public may rest assured that nd injury can pos
sibly result from the use of this remedy. It may be
safely used even upon the most delicate children as
will appear by the numerous certificates contained in
pamphlets, &.C., which may be had gratis by callin'’
at our office. Of the many hundred cases in which it
has been used, not one has been known in which it
has produced any injurious consequences whatever.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by WM. M. DANEN
HOWER, No. 1 Murray street. N. Y., sole agent for
the city and State of New York. Price $1 per
bottle. Au 2 3m
wild cherry bitters.
DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulency
and Constipation are easily overcome by taking
the Wild Cherry Bitters prepared by R. F. HIBBARD
<£• CO., 98 John sjreet, New York. The Wild Cherry
is one of the most valuable alteratives and sedatives in
the vegetable kingdom. It unites withits tonic proper
ty, the power of calming irritation. It is admirably
adapted to the treatment of diseases in which the debil
itated condition of the system is united with general or
local irritation.
These Bitters are highly serviceable in the hectic
fever of scrofula and consumption, and in the general
debility which often succeeds inflammatory diseases; it
has also been found advantageous in many cases of
dyspepsia.
The proprietors have numerous testimonials of its ef
ficacy; but a single trial will do more towards impart
in" confidence, than a whole volume of certificates.
Only 50 Cents per Bottle, one pint.
For sale, wholesale and retail by the proprietors,
R. F. HIBBARD <(• CO., 98 John street.
Also, for sale by Dr. J. Ross, 287 Bleecker st; Dr.'l*.
Smith, 167 Division st; C. Ashmead, 526 Grand st
Geo. Busteed, 357 Third Avenue, one door from 27th
street jys 3m
JAS. CORRY'S
Bird Cage and Wire Clotli Manufactory,
2.9 Fulton, two doors from Water street, N. Y.
C CONSTANTLY on hand a large assortment of Plain
l and Fancy Bird Cages ; Brass, Copper and Iron
Wire Cloth ; Selves ; Provision Safes ; Refrigerators ;
Coal and Sand Screens ; Stone Trucks ; Barrows, &c.
&c. jy!9 3m
CONFECTIONARY, SALOON AND
GARDEN.
NO. 84 CHATHAM STREET.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his old
fiends and the public, that he purchashed
the interest of his former partner, (Mr. Lovegrove) and
that the establishment will hereafter be conducted by
himself alone. He has, at great expense repaired and
greatly improved the whole establishment, and hopes
that by strict attention to business, sparing neither pains
nor expense to make his customers comfortable, to
merit a share of public patronage, Every variety of
choice Confectionary warranted equal to any in the
market. Ice Creams and Soda Water of the best kind
Cakes of every description, <£-c. Dinners, Suppers, &.c
served up for parties at the shortest notice and in first
rate style. The Saloon is large and airy, with every
arrangement necessary for comfort or convenience. In
the rear there is a beautiful Garden, so arranged that
persons wishing to spend a pleasant hour over their re
freshments can do so here.
je2B 3m JAMES ROSS.
NEW ESTABLISHMENT.
THE Subscriber of tho above Public House, respect
fully informs his friends and the public generally
that he has enlarged and improved and fitted up in an
elegant and superior style, and has spared neither pains
nor expense in combining comfort with luxury, and pro
viding such accommodation for his numerous visitors.
Every attention will be paid to comfort, cleanliness,
and attention to all those who may feel disposed to give
it their patronage.
The BAR is furnished with the best of Wines, Li
quors, <S-c. —Cigars of the choicest brands.
WARD G. PELL, No. 94 Centre street.
an 2 3m Opposite the Tombs.
THE EASTERN GROTTO,
NO. 146 CHERRY STREET.
r pile subscriber begs to acquaint his friends, and the
public generally, that he h is opened the above house
in a superior style and hopes to merit a share of public
patronage. He feels confident in saying that he has the
coolest and most delightful place in the city ; his rea
ding room is large and commodious,• being forty feet
deep where will be found a grekt variety of daily and
weekly papers ; also, foreign, papers, of the latest dales
His bar is stocked with the best of wines, liquors and
segars, of the choicest brands, and he would assure
them that no pains, on his part, shall be spared in ma
king them comfortable.
je2B3nr G. W. BETTS.
TOMKINS 'GARDEN,
CORNER CF AVENUE B AND SEVENTH STREET.
fHIHIS delightful retreat has been fitted up in the
EL most splendid style, and the Proprietor is now
prepared to receive and entertain his friends and the
public generally, in a manner unsurpassed by any sim
ilar establishment in the city. Persons visiting Tomo
kins Square cannot spend a more pleasant hour than by
dropping in and partaking of his ICE CREAMS, which
are equal, if not superior, to any other in the city, or a
cobling draught of his superb Lemonade.
Attached to the Garden is a Bar, which contains
some of the choicect Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars
to be found in the market.
au23m SAMUEL WARING.
THE MOHAWK,
NO. 5 MORRIS ST, 3 DOORS FROM BROADWAY.
Adjoining Delmonico's New Hotel, Bowling Green.
THIS HOUSE IS ENTIRELY NEW, and filled up
in a superior manner, and kept on the English
plan. Meals, such as Poached Eggs, Welsh Rarebit
Steak, Ham, 4-c., at all horrs—and having had much
experience as a public caterer, the subscriber flatters
himself that he will receive a share of patronage.
Rooms elegantly furnished for 3 and 4 shillings
per day, or from $2 to $4 per week. R. G. NELLIS.
JL 13- Hot; Cold arid Shower Baths free. jy263mu
FOLGERJS OEOSAONIAN,
OR
ALL-HEALING BALSAM.
(ji>- Principal Office removed to
161 FULTON STREET-161
Third door west of Broadway, second floor,
opposite St. Paul s Church Yard.
RIGHT GIFES MIGHT.
(Concluded from our last.)
Now read the following affidavit. After the gross
misrepresentation made by Sherman, it is interesting in
more points th.in one.
City oi Bridgeport, County of Fairfield, Stata of Con
necticut—B. B. Beardsly being duly sworn, deposed and
says, that he was a partner in .he firm of A. Sherman &
Co in the city of New York, from January Ist, 1846, to
May 18th, 1846 and that said firm consisted of Austin
■‘hennan, B. B. Beardsley, and Robert B. Folger. Said
deponent furthermore deposes that thesii.l Kobeit B.
Folger was the inv ntorand originator of said “ Folgei’s
O1 saonian,” and that this fact was never disputed u hide
said deponent remained a partner in the firm, and that
said Sherman frequently said that the concern was in
debted for this medicine to Folger; that the said Folger
had nr pared it, and been at the trouble in getting it up.
He also said that “ in getting up this medicine said Foc
ger had been worth $5,000 to him, and that had it not been
for said. Folger, there never would have been such a medi
cine in the concern. When the said Folger was in the
store, he was alwaj s consulted by customers with re
ference to the eftect of the medicine, &c,. as he was the
invantor of it, and therefore supposed to know the most
about it. And further this deponent saith not.
B. B. B.CARDSLEY.
State of Connecticut, County of Fairfield, City of
Bridgeport—Personally appeared Bronson B. Beardloy
and subscribed the foregoing statement in my ] resence,
and made oath to the truth of the same. Before .1 e,
Henry Dutton, Justice of the Peace.
Read the following letter: the writer stands ready to
verify it by his oath.
New York, July 22d, 1846.
Dr. Robert Folger:
Dear Sir—ln reply to the interrogatories propounded
in your note yesterday, I have only to say, that a doubt
never ex sted in my mind tor a single moment, that anv
other than yourself was ent tl d to the credit of origi
nating that truly vegetable compound, known as “ Fol
ger's Olosaonian or All-Healing Balsam.” 1 distinctly
recollect visiting, after an unusually protracted absence
the store No 106 Nassau st., and seeing (here for the first
time, bottles labelled with the name of the medicine
aforesaid, i enquired of Dr. Sherman, if it was of his get
ting up. His reply was—“ No, sir, that is Dr. Folger's
preparation, and a first rate thing it is too ” And in many
interviews I have had with Dr. Sherman since that time,
I have never heard him intimate or express aught to the
contrary. I have known Dr. Sherman many y<ars, and
and have been on such terms of acquaintance with him,
as leads me to believe that he would not have hesitated
to say that the medicine was his, if such had been the fact
On the contrary, as I have before said, he has always
seemed anxious tha*ithe credit of the composition should
be yours. In short, my dear sir, I hav - ever considered
the original preparation to be Dr. Folgcr’s, the capital
employed in manufacturing it, Dr. Sirerman’s. In con
clusion, allow me to express my utter astonishment at
(he breach between you ; he always having spoken to
me of you in the ver y highest terms.
Very respectfully, your obedient serva t,
IL B. BLACKMAN.
The following question now arises, viz : Are the affi
davits and testimonials I have produced true? I can
only say that they are all from persons of unimpeachable
character, that they are voluntary ani unbought, if
they are true, then I have conclusively, and to tne satis
faction of all interested in the matter, that I was the in
ventor and originator of ‘he Olosaonian, (see Ryan’s
affidavit and Miss Gelston’s letter,) that I was in posses
sion of a Remedy which Sherman knew nothing about,
and introduced it into the concern, and that every one
in any way connected with the establishment consider
ed me so;—(see Mr. Beardsley’s affidavit, John Sarge
ant’s do., and Shimeall’s testimony)—that I was the ac
knowledged inventor and originator, by Sherman, and
had sole right to the Olosaonian, down to the 18th day of
May, 1846, (see Messrs. Bia Aman’s and Devoe’s letters)
and no dissension had ever arisen between us until June
846 Even then he never hinted at the right of the
Olos lonian being in any other person thaa myself.
Now does it appear at all probable that all this busi
ness was a stratagem on my part to de raud Sherman
in any way. My calculations, up to the last part of the
month of June, 1846, were to remain in th* establish
ment for many years io come. Such had been the un
derstending, and such was the agreement entered into
between Sherman and myself. I was contented to have
the business situated as he professed to guarantee to me
it should be, and he was perfectly satisfied (if his words
were to ba believed) that tne business should remain so
rod be thus conducted to the end. Where was there
iny need of the stratagem so loudly complained of.—
Surely on my part taere was none.
Mr. John O Langley is a travelling agent in New
England States for Sherman at a salary of from SI4OO to
1600 per annum. He is now in Sherman’s employ. He
is most generally occupied with travelling, consequently
knows nothing of the business of the office in New York.
He comes on to the city twice or three times during the
year. It so happened that he came on in June, and at a
time when a difference existed between Sheiman aud
nyself and when many b tter words weie spoken on
both sides. Mr. Langley has unfortunately, in his nar
ration of what then tianspired, taken up but one side of
the story. I do not know that 1 can blame him for it,
still it is more pleasant to have justice done. Now Mr.
Langley has, unfortunately, in his narration of what
then transpired, taken np but one s.de of the story. I do
not know taat I can brame him for it, still it is more
pleasant to have justice done. Hid Mr. Langley related
'he whole story the matter would have appea ed in
quite a different light. He says nothing of the provoca
tion ; nothing ot the part he himself took in endeavor
ing to reconcile the difference; nothing of the condi
tions on which the Olosaonion was brought into the
concern: nothing of the merits of the case. But when
■he separation was final, and he knew that he n ust es
pouse one side or the other, he declared for Sherman,
stating at the same time that he cared but little about the
rights of the story ; he got his SI6OO, and Sherman’s
Olosaonian was to be the go ; he was pret'.y well known
through New England, and that I must be careful and
not come on his ground with any of my medicine, that
(hat he was Sherman's man, and must ” put Sherman’s
olosaonian hrough.” It is not my intention to do Mr.
Langley injustice. Mv acquaintance with him has been
short, and I have never had any d-fference with him, but
I must he permitted to state the facts then and the pub
lic can judge.
It is most certain that Mr. Langely is, to say the least
mistaken, both as to occurrences and words. For it will
ippear evident that ‘ Dr. Sherjhn ‘ never’ projected
the Olosaonian .” the article was mine, and by exami
ning the affidavits it will b? found that I “ brought the
article into the concern, and introduoed it to Sherman’s
notice. Sherman was opdosaO frow ti> o bcgiuung to
rave his name introduced and took particular pains to
have it left out of the question entirely, so mufli so that
when I had finished writing the pamphlet, and proposed
hat the name of “ Sherman’s Lozenge Warehouse’’
should be mentioned as the place efsale, he objected to
it altogether, and wished the number alone put in.
As it regards “ bringing Dr. Sherman to terms” as he
calls it, I am not aware that any such expression passed
my lips, or that the thought entered into my head. My
connection with Shermun an 1 my feelings towards him
were entirely of a different rature from any thing that
he has hinted at.
The letters of H. G. Daggers purports to be a repeti
tion ofthe conversation which Mr. Langley testifies to
in his affidavit. I will not find fault with him now, be
cause I think it unnecessary. I will merely state that
my conversation with him was entirely different irom
hat with Mr. Langley, and bore no resemblance to it
whatever. At a future time the conversation may be re
peated. and then 1 am certain he will remember it all.
Mr. Langley and Mr. Daggers will then have a fair
chance to tell all they know. My acquaintance with
Hr Daggers is also short, nor am I aware of any ill
feelii'g oi any kind previous to this outbreak.
I shall conclude my reply to Sherman next week. It
has taken up more room than I atfirst intended, but the
serious charges which Sherman has made against me
seemed to require this explicitness on my part. I was
prepared t> see his advertisements against me but could
aot for a moment believe after the intimacy that has ex
isted between ns for four years, that he would so far des
cend as to bring charges ofthejnature of those which he
nas brought against one, who looking back ,cannot re
member of a single act that he has ever committed which
has not benefitted instead of producing injury, But he
iiaa chosen to pursue this course. The consequences
must be on his own head.
City and County of New York, ss.—Robt. B. Folger,
of said city Physician, being duly sworn deposes and
says, that he is the original inventor of the Remedy
known as “ Folger’s Olosoaniaa All Healing Balsam;’’
that during the summer of 1844, he, the said Fo’ger, iu
t oduced the-said remedy into Sherman’s e.-t rblishment
■rod that the name of “ Olosaonian” was then and there
adopte I ; that previous to this time he had been in the
habit of using it in his practice as a remedy ; and after
it wasbrougat before tne public, and down to the early
put ofthe year 1846 it was acknowledged by Sherman
to be said b olger's Remedy, and to belong to him ; that
said Folger took out a cops right for the bill of direct
ionsand a copy right for the pamphlet connected there
with, which copy rights have always bt en his own, and
have never been trausfoimed in any manner or form t<>
any other person, and that the said Folger has always
stated openly that the right to the Olosaonian was his
own. And further this deponent saith not.
ROBT. B.FOLGER, M.D.
Sworn to before ma this 26th July 1845.
Florence McCartay.
Commissioned of Deeds.
I have now finished my re. ly to the gross accusations
brought against me by Sherman and believe that 1 have
proved their falsity to the satisfaction of all. To the ma
ny frienes who have come forward and tendered to me
in the kindest manner their testimonials, I return my
incere thanks. I hava not felt called upon to use many
oi them as they would have swelled the reply to an
enormous length. They are, nevertheless, very accept
able, the more so as they were not i ought after by me,
and will serve on a future occasijn, should they be re
quired.
I have not libelled Sherman in my reply, buf have en
leavor<*dto avoidit. If I have done so it was uninten*
ionalandl regret it. lam willing to leave my story
with the public as they have received it f. om me, belie
viugthat plain simple truth, however homely the garb
<he may wear, however contemptible she may appear
to the money loving and the wordly wise,will commen 1
herself to the benevolent and the upright wherever they
maybefounJ. Money will not crush her. Although
he may be down trodden for a season, she will soon
rise again and with renewed strength.
The difference we have had has resulted in a|separa
tion, and I have commenced for myself alone. Since
hat commencement Sherman has chosen to attack me
with all the virulence he is capable of exercising. He
has spoken of me in the mo st in justifiable manner to ma
ny of my acquaintances whom he has met, and has
avowed a determination to spend his money to chush
me presuming that 1 hid no means to meet him in the
coafl ct. lam wi ling he should think so, and that he
shoul 1 trump it it foith to all who knew me. To all such
assertions I have no r< ply to make. He has bro’t char
ges against me in the pubic prints. I have answered
them, and the printers are paid. When he brings more
1 will endeavor to be equally explicit and prompt, end
when my means are gone, I will even take the Hat and
go round among my friends, knowing that they, in so
good a cause, wiil not leave me in the lurch-
1 have started out withtha intention of attending to my
business with the view of making an honest living. There
is room enough in the world for Sherman an.l myself,
and we are not compelled to interlere with each other.
All that remains for him to do to insure his own peace,
as far as lam concerned, is to let me alone. If he does
not do this, but chooses to pursue the contrary couise.
quences be on his own head. For he may rest assured
hat poor as I may be in his estimation, it he persists in
die course he has commenced, I shall feel it to my duty
to reply, and in doing so shall refer to scenes in his event
ful lie in away that will not soon be forgotton.
I had intended to have done this in my concluding re
marks, but have thought it best to withold everything
of the kind until he comes out with his promised expose
—spoken of in the Tiue Snn of Monday morning.
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Will be given at the above Hall every MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY EVENINGS, where
gentlemen can be gratified by tne performances of
first rate Vocalists, under the direction of an excellent
leader, and be served with the most recherche viands
and refreshments. The central position, cool and
airy situation, and the eligibility of this Hall, (which
is newly decorated with splendid paintings) for Mu
sical purposes, will render these social re unions a
means of passing a rational and delightful evening.
To commence at 9 o’clock.
53” Admittance Free. je2B tf
THIS IMMENSE
WORK OF ART FOR EXHIBITION AT THE
Minerva R00m5,406 Broadway. It is a most ac
curate and beautiful miniature of this metropolis, in
carved wood, representing every street, lane, building,
shed, tree ; the elevations and depressions ; the ship
ping, steamboats, wharves, and every other object in
the city, to the number of millions. Ithasbeen in pro
gress for more than a year, and upwards of one hun •
dred persons have been employed in its construction,
including some of lhe first artists, American and Euro
pean.
Above the model is a splendid
GOTHIC CANOPY,
containing, in different compartments, oil paintings of
some ofthe principal business establishments in the
city. Doors open from 9A. ML, to 10 P. M. Tickets
25 cents, to be procured at the principal hotels and
book and music stores. Season tickets 50 cents. Child
ren under ten year a of age half price.
E. PORTER BELDEN,
jl2tf 406 Broadway.
MILITARY GARDEN,
OPPOSITE THE NEW CITY HALL. BROOKLYN.
fin HE SUBSCRIBER would inform the citizens of
jl New York and Brooklyn, that he has enlarged
and improved this popular and elegant place, and holds
himselfat all times in readiness to minister to the com
fort and pleasure of visitors. Gentlemen and ladies
who would spend an hour pleasantly should visit these
Gardens. The Garden is filled with fine large trees
covering the walks with a cool and refreshihg shade.
The Stages run from Fulton Ferry to the door ofthe
Gardens, every 10 minutes.
Refreshments of all kinds served to visitors by atten
tive and obliging waiters. Ice Creams of the choicest ;
flavor, &.C., &c. The subscriber asks no other reward
than a continuance of the favors of the public, which
he has hitherto enjoyed.
je!4 3m J. W. VAN PELT.
THE ATLANTIC GARDEN is now open for the
season. —Dodworth’s Cornet Band will perform
every Tuesday and Friday evenings, commencing June
2d, at 8 o’clock. Admittance free.
my 10 tf VVM. ALLISON, Proprietor.
KNICHERBOCK Elt GARDEN,
195 BLEECKER STREET.
THIS favorite place of resort is now open for the sea
son. The Ice-croam and other ref eshmentsare
of the best quality, and orders for Cream will be sent to
part of the city.
The locality of this garden is not surpassed by any in
point of fine air, beauty of shrubbery, etc.
New York, June sth, 1846.
j«7 tf AMOS R. STELLENWERF.
CROTON SWIMMING BATH,
600 BROADWAY.
53“ The Proprietor of the Broadway Baths has
added to his already extensive establishment, a large
and commodious Swimming Basin, continually supplied
with pure and fresh Croton, having separate dressing
apartments, and every convenience for the comfort of
Bathers. This is u desideratum hitherto unattained in
any other similar establishment.
'l'he Bathing Department has been entirely rebuilt on
a new and improved plan, is more thoruoghly ventilated
than any other in the United States.
Wann Cold, Shower, Vapor, Sulphur and Medicated
Baths from sun-rise until 11 o’clock, I’. M.
je2l 3m is HENRY DURELL.
HAIR L> Y E .
ESSENCE OF TYRE.”—This arti-
IVat cle has been in use for the last twenty years,
and has succeeded beyond the expectations ofthe pro
prietoi fwithout pufliingj. It is truly the only article
that will color the human hair and give general satis
faction —which will be proven by the numerous lesti
monialsfrom Ladies and Gentlemen in various parts of
the the Union. The directions for applying the article
are simple and the cost small. Price, 50 cents and $1
per bottle.
N.B. Ladies can have their hair colored at their
residences, (by a Lady) if required, by forwarding a note
to ‘ HALL’S Perfumery and Fancy Store,”
ftu9 4t No. 448 Broadway.
THSO LET.—ROOvIS, furnished or unfurnished, in a
.IL beautiful location, near St. John’s Park. Refer
ences given and required. Address Box 1894 Lower
Post Office. au9 tf
JOHN WANMAKER,
178 WALKER STREET,
Between the Bowery and Elizabeth street,
North. Side.
THE Subscriber having opened the above rstablish
ment, would be happy to see his old friends, and
the public. He flatters himself, from his long experience
in the business, he will be able to serve them equally
as well as any other house of the kind in the city. Call
and try for yourselves.
The Bar is supplied with the best of Wines, Ale and
Liquors. Cigars of every description, and very best of
brands. In short every effort will be made to accommo
date those who may favor him with a call, in such a
manner that they shall not regret the visit.
Poached Eggs, Rarebits, Beefsteaks, Chops, Kidneys,
Sardines, Cold Cuts, Icc., d-c., served up in good style,
during the day and evening. Rooms for military, civil
meetings, reterees, &c.
The Room will be regularly supplied with city papers
, as well as a full supply of foreign papers, by every ar
rival from Europe. au9 3m
COLISEUM BOWLING
NO. 450 BROADWAY,
Between Howard and Grand Streets.
12J CENTS A SRRING.
CORPORAL CARL’S Splendid Bowling Saloon —
surpasses any other establishment in the city—
with four new Ten Pin Alleys and splendid Furniture.
BOWLERS ATTENTION: -J. C. CARL, so well
known in the Bowling Business for the last ten years
in this city, has leased the above establishment, and
has spared no expense in making it the coolest ami
most finished Bowling Saloon in New York. He is
determined to keep up, if not surpass the spirit of the
age in improvements if it were possible. He pledges
himself to pay strict attention to the wants of his cus
tomers and friends, who give him a share of their pa
tronage. Attached to the Saloon is a Reading Apart
ment with all the daily papers. The Bar is always
stocked with the best Ales, Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
and other refreshments which are to be obtained.
N. B. The Corporal always on hand. au9 3m
TO THE DISAPPOINTED
THE Proprietor of the long established Hunterian
Dispensary, 3 Division street, wishes to inform
the afflicted that he is to be found at all hours at his
private parlors in the Dispensary, willing to render re
lief to those who have been from Doctor to Doctor,
without finding permanent relief; to such the Doctor
wishes to be perfectly understood, that unless he makes
. a perfect, thorough, and lasting euro, in any and all
cases, he will not take pay. The Doctor in thus depar
tin in a measure from the beaten paths of his brother
physicians, by advertising his remedies, does not do it
L with a view to gain newspaper notoriety, but simply to
. inform the timid and diffident, where there is one they
can approach without fear, and find one adequate to
his profession as well as a friend. Ulcers ofthe throat,
glottis, tonsils, and ofthe nose and limbs, in most cases
. caused by mercury, cured by harmless and strengthen
, ing botanic remedies. Gradual emaciation, syphilitic,
iretis, or inflamed eyes, night sweats, impotency or
( wasting of the natural powers of life, swelling of the
, joints. Engagement entered into that no remuneration
* will be received, until pure, robust, powerful and pe
k rnanent health is given. »je7 3m
fWVS'Tfr TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALI
* SES, LADIES’TRAVELLING BAGS
1 7 VIV VI & c -—^ an be purchased at whole-
sa | e an( j retail n t E. IL Nodyne’s
Trunk Manufictory, as low as other establishments in
y New York. The public generally are requested to give
e me a call. E. 11. NODYNE.
II m 29 ly 219 Greenwich st. cor. of Barclay.
ONE VIAL OF DR. HUNTER’S RED DROP cures
all secret diseases, without any restriction of the
is patient’s habits, in from 3 to 8 days. The Hunterian
Dispensary, No. 3 Division street, is the only place
where It cun be hud. SI a vial. je7 3nj
Excursions, Ut.
FARE REDUCED to the FISHING BANKS,
CENTS EACH WAY.
The safe and fast. Steamer BUFFALO,
paiikjjr/S./J Capt. J. W. Hancox, will leave as above
every SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUES
DAY, commencing August 16th, as follows :
Foot of Hammond street 8 o’clock ; Canal stß4 ; De
laney street, 8}; Pike street, a quarter to 9 ; Pier No. 1,
N. R., 94 o’clock, A M. Refreshments provided on
board. Bait and lines at a small charge. Those who
desire the sport of fishing will do well to take the Buf
falo, as she will arrive on the fi»hing ground one hour
before slower boats. The Pilot of the Buffalo, by visit
ing the fishing ground nearly every day, has found the
precise spat where fish are caught in abundance, al6 1
PLEASANT SUNDAYEXCURSION
Around Staten Island, landing at Ber
Point, every Sunday dnring the sea
, when fair weather. The splendid
Steam-Packet ALBANY, Captain Francis B. Hall, Sun
day afternoon, August 16, will leave as follows :
The foot of Canal st. at 12o’clock, M.; Hammond st.
quarter past 12; Fifth st, E R, at 1, Pike st at half past
1; Pier No. 2 N River at half past 2.
This excursion affords passengers a fine view of the
Fortifications and the beatiful scenery of the Harbor,
Narrows, Sandy Hook Light House, A-c. Fare for the
entire excursion 25 cents. Children under eight year#
old, free. an 16 It
THE FREE SOIL PIC NIC TO BUTLER’S
POINT, STATEN ISLAND,
r r- Will take place on THURSDAY next.
ZThe Steamboat DELAWARE and a
Barge, will leave the first landing foot of Delaney st., at
6 o’clock A. M ; Williamsburgh at a quarter past 6;
foot of Pike st., half past 6 ; Brooklyn, near the Fulton
Ferry, a quarter to 7 ; Pier No. 1, N. R. at7; footofCa
nal st, half past 7; foot of Hammond st, at 8; foot of
19th st, a quarter past 8 : Jersey City, half past 8. Tick
ets to be had at the Office of Young America, und at
the landings. [See large bills J aul6 It*
GRAC’D COTILLION EXCURSION!
Monday, August 34, 1846.
LOTHIAN’S NEW YORK BRASS
BAND having made arragements with
M. Evans, for the Steamer UNITE D
STATES, and with Capt. Taylor, for his splendid
Barge PRATT, will give 'their first
COTILLION EXCURSION UP THE NORTH RIVER
On MONDAY, August 24th, on which occasion the
Quadrille Music will consist of the entire strength of
the Band, kioiiteen pieces.
The Management ofthe Floor will be under Gentle
men well qualified for the occasion.
A first rate Caterer has been engaged, and Refresh
ments of the first quality will be served up at a mode
rate charge.
The Steamer United States will leave the foot of
Duane street at half past 2 P M.; foot of Pike st., E. R.,
at half past 3; Fulton st. Brooklyn, at 3; Pier No. IN.
R- at half past 3 ; loot of Liberty st, at a quarter to 4,
and thence take the splendid barge Pratt in tow ; leave
the foot of Canal st at half past 4; Old State Prison
Duck at a quarter to 5, and proceed up the North
River, returning about2 A. M.
Tickets One Dollar, admitting a Gentleman and La
dies, which may be obtained at 109 Walker, corner of
Centre street.
Should the weather prove unfavorable, due notice
will be given when the Excursion will take place. 2t
NEW FERRY
KAMILTON—The steamboat IOLAS,
*.’apß. Ya'es, will run to Coney Island
and Fori Hamilton, on SUNDAY, Aug. 16, as follows,
leaving
Pike street, E.R.-f) 12 A. M., 12 1-2 and 3 1-2 P. M.
Whitehall, E. J?.—lo A. M., 1 and 4P. M.
Coney Island, at 11 1 4 o’clock, A. M., 2 1-4 and 5 1-2
P. M
And the steamboat PROPRIETOR, Capt. H. Mai
lan, will run as follows, leaving
loot of Caval st., N. R., 8 1-2’ o’clock, 11 1-2 A M ,
and 2 1-2 P. M.
Whitehall— 9 A. M., 12 M., and 3P. M.
Coney Island—lt) 1-4 A. M., 1 1-4 and 4 1-2 P. M.
And the steamboat WAVE, Capt. O. Vanderbilt, will
run as follows —leaving
Whitehall, at 11 o’clock A. M., and 2 and 5 P.M., and
Coney Island, at 12 1-2, 3 12 and 6 1-2 P. M.
Landing at Fort Hamilton each way.
53* Fare 124 cents each way.
aulGtf THOMAS BEILBY Proprietor.
FOR LAGRANGE PLACEBULL’S FERRY
AND FORT LEE, ANNETT’S DOCK.
Touching at the foot of Hammond Street.
Fare 64 cents.
COMMODIOUS LOW PRFS
STEAMBOAT FRANK S.
■ - W 'th run daily until further
notice, commencing July the Ist,
LEAVES NEW YORK, FOOT OF CANAT ST
Monday, -6, 10 a m and 2&6 pm
Tuesday, -6, 10 a m anil ”tU p m
Wednesday, -6, 11) a m and 2&6 n m
Thursday, -6, 10 a m and 2&6 ntn
Friday, - - - - g
Saturday, -6, 10 a m and 2Scs pm °
Sunday, -7, 10 a m and 2&di p m
I.EAVES FORT LEE ’ P
Monday, -7 1-2 antl2 m and 4 1-2 pm
T uesday, - 3 1-2 and 7'-2 am 12 m&4 12 & 7
Wednesday, 7 1-2 a m 12 m and 4 1-2 n m
fXZ’’ ( 1 1 t'a 7 „V 2aml9,n:l '’ d “- § P">
s'llnday? 3 ’’ 8 a m’l2 'm’an'd 3" Vo 2 ’ ? 142 P “*
Eor freight or passage apply to Messis. Page and
Webster, at the Hoboken Hotel, corner of West and Ho
boken sts., or to the Captain on board.
Stageswill be in readiness to convey passengers to
Hackensack. ROBERT ANNETT S
au9 2111 WILLIAM DELAMATER.
DELGHTFUL
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL OF ALL
EXCURSIONS—A sailacrossthe Hudson
< rß°? ” ntl t,iCn a ' Valk lo
the ELYfeIAN 1* IELDS, along the exceedingly pictur
esque shores ofthe place, will prove the most easily ac
complished and attractive of all rural excursions that
can be made from the city.
The ground now presents a charming aspect, thetrees
being m leal, and the soil covered with a rich turf
The Walks ate in excellent order, haying been ions!
derably embellished the present spring.
On every pleasant afternoon there will be in attend
ance at the Collonade Elysian Fields, an excellent band
ol Music which wnl perform selections from Hie favor
ite Operas, popular airs, marches, waltzes &c
The Ferry Boats from Barclay, Canal and Christoplier
streets, are completely fitted up with Awnings and
b6UtS.
Night Boats run from Hoboken to Barclay street, until
11 o’clock. ’
Ferriagc-CJ cents. A l 9 5m
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY EX-
LINE FOR ALBANY WJTH
atoZHtesiolJT LANDING—This boat arrives in
Albany in time tor all the Railroads east or west, and the
Stages and Packet Boats north.
T he splendid new steamboat EXPRESS, Captain A.
Hitchcock, will leave the foot of Robinson street (next
above Barclay.) In the evening, at 6 o’clock.
For passage or freight, apply on board, or to G. T
Stanley, the Agent, at the office on the wharf.
AI2 tf ar d “ y3—Tuestla >’ s i Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Kj THE EDWIN LEWIS, Capt. Haynes,
l A._J'Vlll run as follows from loot of Vesev
N. R. :
I-eaves New York. I.eaves Shrewsbury.
Sunday, Aug. 9, Ba. m . Sunday, Aug. 9, 5 r At-
Monday, 11), 8 Monday, 10, 5
Tuesday, 11, 9 Wednesday, 12, 6 a.m.
Wednesday, 12, It) Thursday, 13, 6
Thursday, 13, 11 Friday, 14, 71
Friday, 14, 1112 Saturday, 15. 8
Salnrday, 15, 121 p.m. Sunday, 16, 31am.
Sunday, 16, io a. m. Sunnay, 16, 3p m.
Monday, 17, n Monday, 17, 4 am.
Tuesday, 18, 2p. m. Wednesday, 19, 61
Wednesday, 19, 3 Thursday, 20, 7
Thursday, 20, 3 Friday, 2', 74
Friday, 21, 3 Saturday, 22, Bam
Saturday, 22. 3 Saturday, 22. 7 pm
Sunday, 23, 7Ja.m. Sunday, 23, 5
Monday, 24, 8' Monday, 24, 5
Tuesday, 25, 9 Wednesday, 26, 5a m.
Wednesday, 26, 9 Thursday, 27, 6
Thursday, 27, 10 Friday, 28, 7
Friday 28,11 Saturday, 29, 7 am.
Saturday, 29, 11 Saturday, 29, 7 p.m.
Sunday, 30, 8 Sunday, 30, 12 m.
Monday, 31, 9 Monday, 31, Ipm.
au2 2m
liULI.'S FERRY AND FORT LEE.
.j: irwißPi FARE 6,( CENTS—Tne Steamboat
[.s.V-f BOSTON, Captain T.Y. Babcock, wii 1
.AwaarrTk'.ieLj run as follows, daily, until further no
tree, commencing on MONDAY, May 11th, 1846.
LEAVES NEW YORK—FOOT OF CANAL ST
Sunday : : ; 10a.m. and 2 p.m.
Monday : : : 6a.m. 2 gnd 6p. m.
Tuesday: : : : : 2 and 6 p.m.
Wednesday : : : : 2 and 6 p.m.
Thursday : : : : 2 and 6 p.m.
Friday : : : : ; : 6 p.m.
Saturday : 6 a. M. 2and 6 p. m.
LEAVES FORT LEE—TILLOU’S DOCK.
Sunday : : : : 12m. and 5 p.m.
Monday : : : a. m. and 4J p. m.
Tuesday : : : a. m. and 41 p. m.
Wednesday: : :74a. m. and 14 p. m.
Thursday : : 7i a. M. and 4f p. m.
Friday: : : : ; : 74 a. m.
Saturday : and 74 a m and 44 p.m.
myl7 tf
isiiiisf
IND 1A NVEGE I'A BLE SPE ClFic,
1710 R LEUCORRCEA COMMUNIS, or Common
Whites.—This vexatious, and often dangerous
disease, so well known among all classes of females*.
and generally treated as a slight and frivolous matter,
often proves dangerous, and is a sure foundation for
other diseases, such as slow fever, attended with diffi
cult respiration, palpitations, faintings and swelling of
the lower extremeties, and where the disorder is not
cured, it is frequently followed by others, still more se
rious and fatal, such as prolapsus uteri, or falling of lhe
womb, ulcerations, atrophy and dropsy—which end in
death.
To enjoy good health, all the secretary organs must
be in a sound condition.
The lachrymal gland would scarcely depart farther
from its office were it to pour forth bloody tears, than do
the uterine organs when secreting the fluid which gives
its name to lhe disease in question. Whenever, then,
the disease manifests itself, let the patient have imme
diate recourse to a remedy which will restore the dis
eased organs to a healthy conditon, and all the distress
ing symptoms will speedily disappear, and lhe death like
pallor of lhe cheek be succeeded by the roseate hue of
health.
Such a remedy may be found in ‘Cullen’s Specific.’
It is not only a pleasant, safe and certain remedy for
lAeucorrhoea, but for suppressions, and painful menstrua •
tions In truth, it is what its name indicates, a ‘speci
fic ’ for all uterine diseases, and at the same time entire
ly free from all ingredients which have in any degree an
injurious effect upon lhe system.
This preparation is made of vegetable substances, and
cannot possibly injure the most delicate constitution. It
has never been known to fail, in a single case to effect a
cure.
Numerous testimonials and pamplels may be procured,
and medical advice, gratis, by a regular physician, by
calling at our office, No I Murray street, the principal
Depot, for Dr. Cullen’s celebrated Indian Vegetable Medi -
cines for the State of New York.
Prepared solely by ROWAND & WALTON, Pro
prietors, No. 376 Market street. Philadelphia, and sold,
wholesale and retail at lhe DEPOT, No. 1 Murray st.
Price $1 per bottle. AU 2 3m
‘ FIRST RATE IN GRamFsTREET !
Is now the word since the public hea d of
EVERARD’S CASTOR CREAM OIL!
THIS IS an entirely new article, prepared from the
Castor Bean, for preventing the hair from falling
off'. Nearly every person would iike lo use castor oil,
but cannot on account of its being so thick and un
pleasant in smell—which is entirely obviated by the
subscriber. The oil is very fragrant and looks like
cream being composed of ingredients, each of which is
good for the hair. One trial will satisfy any person of
the strengthening qualities of this oil. As a hair oil
for ordinary use this no doubt in a short lime will su
percede all cosmetics for the hair. Price—large size
bottle 37] cts. ; small do,
in the reach of every one. Sold by JAMES EVRARD,
Perfumer, 178 Grand street, N. Y. Also fr sale,
Mrs Creemer’s celebrated German Plaster.
N. B.—Evrard's Oil gives the hair a dark and glossy
appearance. Treble extract Cologne Wa’w 63 per
quart. L au9

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