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CURIOUS EPITAPHS.
(Extracted from a late English publication.')
Epitaph on a grave-stone at Buscott, ploster
ahire, England.
Here lie Father, Mother & I,
Who all died in one year ;
They be buried at Eastor grey
And I be buried here.
In St. John’s Church-yard, Swansea.
Roger and Alice Hogg lie here
By Butcher Death o’ertaken ;
Have mercy on the swinish pair,
O Lord! and save their Bacon !
, In the Church-yard at Corfe Castle, Dorsetshire.
She was a seval neighbor
And a cearful wif, she
(Made her peas with G
OD and laid down
her lif, adgdd
35 years 1710
In a Church-yard between Ledbury and Here
ford.
21 years I was a maid—
-9 Months 1 was a Wife—
-1 Hour I was a Mother —
Then God did end my Life.]
On a Maid Servant, written by herself. On a
tombstone in Wareham,Dorset.
Here lyes the remains of one that dy’d
For whom nobody cared, nor nobody cry’d.
Where she is gone, or how she fares,
Nobody knows, nor nobody cares.
An Epitaph, written by one of the Vicars of
Kendall, and inscribed on his tomb by one of
his friends :
London bred me, Westminster fed me,
Cambridge sped me, My Sister wed me,
Study taught me, Living sought me,
Learning brought me, Kendall caught me,
Labor pressed me, Sickness distress’d me,
Death oppress’d me, The grave possessed me,
God first gave me, Christ did save me,
Earth did crave me, Heaven would have me.
In the Church-yard at Somerton.
God does do wonders now and then,
Here lies a Lawyer who was an honest man.
At Thetford, Norfolk.
My Grandfather was buried here,
My Cousin Jane, and 2 Uncles dear,
My Father perish’d with a mortification in his
Thighs,
And my Sister dropp’d down dead in the Min
ories.
But the reason why I am here interr’d, accord
ing to my thinking,
Is owing to my good living and hard drinking ;
If, therefore, good Christians, you wish to live
long,
Dont drink too much Wine, Brandy, Gin, or
anything strong.
i In a Church-yard in Britton Ferry.
Here lies the body of Gabriel Shone,
You may cover this place with turf or stone,
You may weep if you please
Or you may leave it alone,
It will be all the same with—
GABRIEL SHONE.
On a Scolding Wife, written by her husband,
who was a Parish Clerk.
Here lies Betty Viper ! here lies she !
Sing Hallelujah I Halleluyee I
Epitaph on Dr. Franklin, written by himself,
Many years previous to his death.
The Body of
Benjamin Franklin, Printer,
' (Like the corner of an old book,
The contents torn out,
And stript of its lettering and gilding)
Lies here, food for worms ;
Yet the work itself shall not be lost,
For it will (as he believed) appear once more,
In a new, and more beautiful edition,
Corrected and amended
By the Author.
In one corner of the Church-yard at Padstow, a
stone is driven into the wall with the follow
ing inscirption thereon :
“ SNUG.”
A gentleman belonging to Falkirk was lately
booked at Leeds for Newcastle, by the York
and North Midland Railway. His luggage was
given in charge to one of the company’s ser
vants, and ere the train started, the gentleman
was told that “ all was right.” On arriving at
the York station, inquiry was made for the lugj
gage, which contained valuable documents, but
it could not be found. Application was made to
the superintendent of the railway telegraph—
the alarm bell was touched the vibrations
reached Leeds —from which, in the course of
three minutes, the following colloquy was fin
ished between the superintendant at York and
his correspondence at Leeds :
“Isa carpet-bag and hat-box with you, ad
dressed Mr.
“ Yes.”
“ Forward it by first down train.”
“ Yes.”
“ Did you not say of the luggage, ‘ All’s
right ?”
“ Yes.”
“Then forward it to Falkirk station at your
expense.”
“ Yes ”
In due course the luggage reached Falkirk
station “ all right,” and free of charge.
SHOULD YOU MEET MY TRUE LOVE.
(old german.)
Should you meet my true love,
Say—l greet her well;
Should she ask you how I fare,
Say—she best can tell.
Should she ask if I am sick,
Say—l died of sorrow ;
Should she then begin to weep,
Say—l’ll come to-morrow.
The following receipt for making old silk look
as good as new, is from a recent publication ;
“ Unpick the dress, put it into a tub. and cover
it with cold water: let it remain an hour ; dip
it up and down, but do not wring it; hang it up
to drain; iron it very damp, and it will look
beautiful.
Settling a Doctor’s Bill. —An old gen
tleman was waited upon the other day with his
physician’s bill, for the purpose of payment.
After cogitating for some time over its contents,
he desired the young man who called with it,
to acquaint Dr. B that the medicine he
would pay for, but he should return the visits.
A Good Paraphrase.—We have heard that
previous to a recent well-contested battle, a
young volunteer officer asked leave of a certain
celebrated Major-General to go and see his fa
ther, who was on his death-bed “ Go,” said
his commander, smiling sarcastically: “You
honor your father and mother that your days
may be long in the land.”
“ What part of the fowl will you be helped
to?” remarked a gentleman the other day, not a
thousand miles from this place to a lady, after
finishing carving a biped of the fowl creation.
“ I’ll take that part that should be dressed in
pantalettes,” replied Miss Modesty.
Courting scene.—Ah! Suke, you are sich a
slick gal—heisho !
La! ain’t you ashamed, Jonathan 1
I wish! was a ribbin, Suke.
Why for, hey I
’Cos, may be you’d tie me round that ere nice
pretty neck of your’n, and I should like to be,
darn’d if I shouldn’t.
O, la, there comes mother, run.
No. 2. Ah! Jonathan, I heard somethin’ about
yen.
La '. now Suke, you don’t say so I
?%Yes, indeed, that I did, and a great many said
it, too.
La ! now what was it, Suke I
O, dear! I can’t tell you. [Turning away her
head]
O, la ! do now.
O, no, I can’t.
O, yes, Suke.
gLa ! me, Jonathan, you do pester a body so.
Well, do please to tell me, Suke.
Well I heard that. 0, I can’t tell you I
Ah ! yes, come now, do. [Taking her hand.]
Well, I didn’t say it; but I heard that— —
What I [Putting an arm around her waist.]
O, don't squeeze me so ; I heard that that
[turning her blue eyes full upon Jonathan’s]
that you and I were to be married, Jona
than.
Rather Quick Work.—Under this head, the
Baltimore Clipper says It generally takes a
considerable length of time to settle up a man’s
estate after his decease ; the circumstances at
tending the closing up of a man’s earthly affairs,
however, came under our notice recently, which
may well be pointed out as a model for brevity
and dispatch. An Irishman who lived in the
western part of the city, about three weeks ago,
lost his wife. She was scarcely buried, when
the husband disposed of a portion of his wife clo
thing, with the proceeds of which he purchased
a barrel of whiskey, and inviting a choice party
of boon companions to his dwelling, he tapped
the cask, and all hands made free with its con
tents On last Wednesday morning about six
o’clock, the man died, no doubt from the effects
of the liquor ; the barrel having been half drank
out. The friends procured a ready made coffin,
and placed his body in it, and then made a pub
lic vendue of his property at tweße o’clock the
same day, when they sold every article he died
possessed of, dividing the proceeds among each
other, obtained the hearse from Potter’s Field,
and buried him at 4 o’clock, P. M. Every arti
cle was moved off the premises before dark, and
the landlord failed even to obtain a balance of
rent which was due him. But it does not cease
here—report, tolerably well authenticated, says
that the same friends that night disinterred the
body and sold it for the purpose ot dissection ! If
this is not quick work in settling up a man’s
earthly concerns,we do not understand what dis
patch is. Died at 6A. M. sold out at 12 M bu
ried at 4 P M. and disinterred and dissected the
aame night. The excuse of the party for their
hasty work was, that his friends would have col
lected at night to hold a * wake,’ and would have
got inebriated with the balance of the liquor, and
probably had a rumpus over the body.
A .NEW. PROSPECTUS
OF
A NEW VOLUME
OF THE
NEW YORK WEEKLY MIRROR
On the first of January, 1847, the Weekly Mirror,
a long establised favorite with the public, will appear,
embellished with an
ENGRAVED TITLE-PAGE,
designed by one of our first artists. It will be printed
in new and beautiful type, and with occasional Picto
rial Illustrations superior to anything of the kind got
up in this country.
A NEW NATIVE NOVEL,
written expressly for this paper, will be cont'nued
weekly (together with all the best aitictes which ap
pear in the Daily Evening Mirror,) entitled
ct The Trippings of Tom Pepper.”
It will be found to contain as much life, as much
truth, and almost as much wit and genius, as anything
that has emanated from the illustrious pen of Charles
Dickens. Indeed, were the name of Boz appended to
the work, we think it would be as eagerly sought, and
as much applauded, as “ Dombey & Son.” All we ask
ol onr readers is, that they give it a careful perusal,
and of the critics that they say exactly what they think
of it. We have spent a good deal of money the past
year in the purchase of original works, (“ Mary Eck
ar,” “1844, or the Power of the 5.F.,” and “The
Trippings of Tom Pepper,”) all of which, with many
other good things “ too numerous to mention ” the sub
scribers of the Weekly Mirror have had for the tri
fling sum of two dollars ; and to those who have
united in making up the “ten clubs,” the cost has been
only one dollar. We do not believe any other news
paper has equalled the Mirror in the amount of origi
nal works presented to its readers. We intend to pur
sue the same liberality hereafter, and as we find our fa
cilities increasing, we mean that our subscribers shall
fully share in the benefits of our success.
We shall give no outline of the plot of “ TOM PEP
PER,” leaving the author, who is no novice in litera
ture, to tell his own story, and the hero of the novel to
make his own way in the world ; but we especially in
vite all the critics in the universal Yankee nation to
make the acquaintance of “ Tom,” and to give us their
“honestopinions” of his romantic character and ad
ventures ; and if they can manage at the same time just
tomention our terms of subscription, and to say that
though we are going ahead beautifully, there is room
for a few more names left on our books, we shall give
them credit for a “ first rate notice. Let them howev
er, in all cases, speak the truth of us, as we much prefer
honest abuse to hollow-hearted flat'ery.
To Clubs of Ten, tlie terms will be
ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR!
In addition to thia, the Weekly Mirror is made up of
original coi4ributions of the highest order of merit.—
Several able writers are regularly employed in the var
ious departments of the paper—and, without boasting,
we may safely challenge for the Mirror, in its Essays,
Crilicisms, Original Poetry, Domestic and Foreign Cor
respondence, &c., &c., comparison wi h any similar
journal in the United States. In Morals, as well as lit
erature, the character and tone of the paper are unex
ceptionable. In politics, it is entirely free and fearless,
and in literature and religion untrammelled by clique
or sect. *
[From Littell’s Living Age.]
We have frequently shown our estimation of the
New York Mirror, by copying from it into the I.iv
inG Age. The continued story which is advertised
we know less of than the daily comments upon pub
lic affairs, which have lately so much enriched its
columns. They have been sound, well-timed, an!
eminently well written; showing a comprehensive
and well-stored mind. It is not a party paper, and
we can hardly see the grounds upon which a man,
unconnected with office, can fix his affections exclu
sively upon either of the great panic-? which so equal
ly divide the votes. The value of an independent
press, which may be listened to by both parties with
out suspicion, is very great, and we hope the influ
ence of the Mirror may be extensively felt.
terms :
One copy one year in advance . . . $2 00
One copy two years 3 00
Two copies one year 3 00
Four “ “ “ . 500
Ten “ “ “ 10 00
Single copy 06 .
AU communications should be addres ed (postpaid)
to H. FULLER, Edi or New York Mirror.
N. B. Price of the DAILY EVENING MIRROR,
$6 per annum in advance. One Shilling a week
when received by d 6 tf
Come to your Father my dear.
Run and tell Mary not to buy that Hair Oil she was
told to get. Then
GO TO YOU It MA!
And tell her to lose no time, but send immediately and
GET
A bottle of Fine prepared Castor Oil, highly perfumed,
Known as
EVRA RD'S CASTOR CREAM OIL!!
Which I heard so highly spoken of the other day for
Preventing tlie Mair Falling off! !
THIS IS AN ENTIRELY NEW ARTICLE, pre
pared from the Castor Bean, for preventing the
hair from falling off. Every one wpuld like to use Cas
tor Oil, but cannot on account of its being so thick and
unpleasant in smell —which is entirely obviated by the
subscriber. The Oil is very fragrant and looks like
cream, being composed of ingredients, each good for
the hair. One trial will satisfy any person of the
strengthening qualities of this oil. As a hair oil, foror
dinary use, this no doubt, in a short time, will super
cede all cosmetics for the hair. Price—large sized hot
ties, 37A cents ; small do 18| cents ; so as to bring them
within the reach of every one. Sold by James Evrard,
Perfumer, 178 Grand street. Also for sale Mrs. Cree
mer’s celebrated GERMAN PLASTER.
N. B.—Evrard’s Oil gives the hair a dark and glossy
appearance. Treble extract Cologne Water 6 shillings
per quart.
Ladies and Gentlemen making purchases for the toi
let, will be surprised at seeing such a variety of articles
in one store. Nearly every person exclaims “ What a
Stock!" The Store being a double one, enable the pro
prietor to keen the different assortments of goods well
arranged, and the attention and civility shown to
visiters by Mrs. Evrard and her sister has given uni
versal satisfaction. Always and hand Gloves, Hosiery,
Gents Shirts. Cravats, Suspenders, Combs, Brushes,
Perfumery, Popular Medines, Trunks. Baskets, Shaving
Articles, Toys, &c. JAMES EVRARD, 178 Grand,
oil 3m between Mott and Mulberry.
GAYLEWS SALAMANDER SAFES.
npHESE Safes are acknowledged and particularly by
B those who witnessed th trial at Vauxhall Gar
den, to be superior to all others heretofote known. His
Patent Double is, beyond doubt, the only Safe yet in
vented which is capable of resisting any degree of heat
in he burning of a building or a whole block. These
Safes are made donble throughout, so as to combine in
their structure a Safe within a Safe, and are secure
agasnst fracture in falling from any height they may be
placed for use.
Gayler’s Improved Single Safes have only to be ex
amined to convince anyone that they are capable of re
sisting more heat than any other Single Safes now
known. The improvement which gives them the supe
riority over all others, consists In the introduction of a
double flange to the door, fitting into counter flanges in
the frame of the Safe, so arranged, that when the metal
expands, the flanges and counter flanges become per
fectly air-tight, so preventing the heat from contact
with the contents. It has also an inside iron box which
adds greatlyto its strength, and when finished is nearly
as thick as the Double Safe. The doors of Gayler’s
Salamander Safes, both double and single arc secured
by his Thief Detector Locks, to which he has made im
portant improvements, unknown to any other makers of
Safes, and which is now ofleied with entire confidence
secure against the attempts of pick- locks. No other de
tector lock possesses the same claims to superiority, and
as these improvements are only e*' ated to the locksfor
Gayler’s Safes, it affords additions security against tl.ar
being subjected to any examination by burglars.
An assortment of Gayler’s Safes, with Safes of other
maker’s which have been taken in exchange for the
Double Salamander, for sale by
LEONARD BROWN.
124 Water, near Wall st.
Safes of all kinds made to order. 018 9t
DISB ROW'S RIDING SCHOOL,
NO. 40§ BOWERY,
Near Astor and La ayette Places.
MR. D. has the honor to announce that his School
is open day and evening, for Equestrian Tuition
and Exercise Riding.
TERMS:
Lecture Lessons. Exercise Riding.
16 lessons • • - sls 00 | 1 month - • - sl2 00
10 do - - - 10 00 20 rides • . - - 10 (0
5 do - - - 500 10 do - - - - 600
Single lesson - -200 Single rides - - 075
Road do - 250
N B.—Highly trained and quiet horses, for the road
or parade, to let.
Evening Class.
12 lessons -’ - - $9 00 120 rides - - - • $lO 00
Single do -- -10 G | Single rides • - 075
Rules.
1. All Lessons or Rides paid for on commencing.
2. One hour r lowed for each Lesson or Ride in school.
3. One hour and a half for a Lesson on the Road.
4. Hours for Ladies from 9 A M. to 3 P. M.
5. Hours for Gentlemen, from 3 to s,and from 7 to 9} P.M.
6. No Gentlemen admitted during the hours appropriat
ed to Ladies.
7. Only 3 months allowed for a course of lessons or rides.
N. B. —The school has been refitted and furnished
with stoves. Ladies in delicate health need be under
no apprehension of taking cold.
A card of address is requested previous to commencing
P S.—The School will be open each Wednesday all
day, for Ladies. n 22 tf
THE
WRI TING ACADEMY,
No. 289 BROADWAY, La Farge Building—Mr. OLI
VER B. GOLDSMITH, Piofessor of Penmanship, in or
der that his system of Writing may become National,
will reduce his terms of instruction, on and after Mon
day, November 23d, to the extraordinary low sum of
ONE DOLLAR
for the course of * ten lessons of one hour each,’ guar
anteeing to every pupil—old and young—a satisfactory
improvement at the expiration of the lessons. Rooms
open from BA. M. to 10 o’clock, P. M. An extra charge
will be made for stationery. Ladies hours from 11 to
2 o’clcck, I*. M. ‘ Separate parlors for private lessons.’
TO EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD p
That can Read and Write, this Circular is Addressed.
The subscriber, ii order to place his
GEMS OF PENMANSHIP,
within the reach of every family in the United States
purposes to re publish the work in five numbers, at
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
Per number, payable to the c irriers on delivery, or fo .
One Dollar the volume, complete, in advance. Thi b
work was published about two years a o by subscrip
tion at Five Dollars per copy, bound in cloth and gilt*
It is now offered at one quarter the original cost, in
numbers, with paper covers. It contains twenty ele
gantly engraved plates, twelve by fifteen inches square,
fac similes of the author’s own hand writing, together
with ample instruction, making it a thorough
TEACH-YOURSELF SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP.
In all its branches, including offhand flourishing.
The Gems will be published semi-monthly, each num
ber will contain four plates, with printed instructions,
and a selection of subjects appropriately connected with
the art, and will be forwarded by mail to every part of
the United States. The first number will be ready for
delivery on the first day of December, and will contain
the copies and instruction of the author’s • tan lesson
system’ of Mercantile and Epistolary Writing; also two
elegant examples of ornamental writing and off-hand
flourishing. The subsequent numbers will be ready
tor delivery on the first of each succeeding month.
All persons throughout the country remitting One Dol
lar—post paid—will have the work mailed to their ad
dress immediately upon the publication of each number
The citizens of N ew York and Brooklyn are respectfully
invited to call at the Author’s Writing Rooms, 289 Broad
way, corner of Reade street, examine the volume, and
subscribe to the new edition.
n 22 Im OLIVER B. GOLDSMITH.
BY LETTERS
ROVAL J PATENT,
HERTS & SON’S
AMALGAMATED SILVER, STEEL AND
FLATIN A PENS.
Warranted not to Corrode.
HB. HERTS & SON, having been many years
• engaged in the Manufacture of Metalic Pens,
and during that lime having devoted their unceasing
attention to improving and perfecting that useful and
necessary article, the result of their unceasing efforts
and numerous experiments has been the construction
of a Pen, on a principle,entirely new, combining all
the advantages of the elasticity and clearness of the
Quill with six times the durability of the Steel Pen ;
and thus entirely obviating the only objection,that has
hitherto existed against the use of the Steel Pens.
This Pen will be found an invaluable article in
Offices as they never need wiping, also Banks ami
Schools as being made with Circular Points, they will
notspatter nor cut the thinnest paper, and are war
ranted anti corrosive.
The following is from Mr. O. B. Gold mith, the cele
brated American penman:
Messrs. Herts fc Son. — Gentlemen : I have used
your unsurpassible metalic pens In my’ academy for
several weeks, and believe that whenever their merits
are tested, their very superior quality, together with
the low price at which you offer them, must insure
you very large sales. —Please send me 20 gross of the
same quality as the last.
‘ I am Gentlemen faithfully yottrs,
O. B. GOLDSMITH,
289 Broadway.
New York, June 18th, 1846.
Extract from the New York Daily Globe.
The reputation of steel pens has been much injured
by those manufacturers who have used poor and inef
ficient materials.’ We are, however pleased to learn
that the pens of 11. B. Herts & Son, Birmingham, Eng
land, are of a superior character, being constructed of
the best of metals which arc not at all affected by the
acids of inks. The” are of new construction, and will
retain their elastic .nd preserve their points better
than any’ in use. We have been usinj, hese pens some
time, and take great pleasure in recommending them
to the public bjing quite anti corrosive. They are to
be had from most of the stationers.
Extract from the Boston Courier.
“ Silver, Steel and Platina. Pens." Messrs. Herts V
Son, manufacture excellent pens from the above named
metals, which are warranted not to corrode and are
much more durable than any steel pens, All interest
ed are referred to their advertisement. They are for
sale by’ most of the booksellers.
Extract from the Boston Atlas.
“ Herts' Pens," We have received and tried the
metallic pens made by Messrs. Herts fe Son. and which
are advertised in this paper. We find them very ex
cellent, and believe them to be all they are set forth to
be in the advertisement.
Extract from the Boston Daily’ Star.
We have received from the manufacturers, IT. B.
Herts & Son, Birmingham, England, a lot of metallic
pens of a new construction, which are not affected by
the acids of ink. They certainly wriu better, give a
better flow of ink and preserve these qualities better
than any in use. A prime article of metallic pens,
such as will retain their point with a steady flow of
ink and give an elastic touch, is certainly very desira
ble and worth the additional cost necessary to afford
these qualities. The manufacturers ot steel pens have
ruined the reputation ol the article by using poor mate
rials. Messrs Herts & Son, think they have hit the
right tack and we certainly think they have. Writ* 's
should try their new article.
Manufactory, Birmingham, England. May be hau
wholesale at the depot No. 88 John street,'New York,
and No 35 Cornhill, Boston, and retail from all respect
able stationers in the United States. n 29 3m
J. P. WAKEMAN & CO ,
74 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS, Importers and Jobbers of
Gentleman’s Furnishing Articles, consisting in
part of—
UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS.—Heavy and light
Wool, Angola, Shakers Buck, Merino, Silk and
Cotton, Domestic and Foreign.
SHIRTS.—Linen, Cotton with Linen fronts, Striped
Linen and Cotton, of all qualities, withand with
out collars.
STOCKS. —Satin, Silk, Mode, Bombazine and Fancy’
of all stylesand qualities,
SCARFS and TIES. —Fancy Silk, Satin and Black, of
every kind.
COLLARS and BOSOMS.—Square, Byron, Washing
ton, and all other styles.
CRAVATS.—Fancy Silk and Sarin, Heavy English
corded, Italian, Madras, Swiss, Prince Albert,
Barathea, Twilled, India, Satin, &c.
POCKET HDKFS. —Spittlefield, Corus, Pongee, Linen
Cambric, <£-c.
SUSPENDERS.—French and English new style, Good
year’s Shorn and Gum Elastic, of all kinds, both
Domestic and Foreign.
GLOVES.—Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread, Linen, Berlin, B
Wool. Merino, Wash Leather, Thibet, Fire,
HOSlEßY.—Shaker’s Merino, Lamb’s Wool, Silk,
Linen and Colton,
MORNING GOWNS.—Velvet, Cashmere, Merino,,
English, French, and other styles.
SHOULDER BRACES for gentlemen and ladies three
or four styles.
RUSSIA RIDING BELTS of all qualities.
OIL SILK. —Domestic, French, and other kinds, new.
.$3“ Would invite particular attention to our domes
tic nit Under Shirts, Draw? and Hosiery.
JOHN P. WAKEMAN & C0.,76 Maiden Lane,
oil 3m At the junction of Liberty street.
CHATHAM STREET REDEEMED!
HENRY S. SWIFT
No. 5 Chatham Street, Neto York,
OPPOSITE THE CITY HALL.
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY’
invite the attention of the public to their new es
tablishment, which they will find well stocked with a
splendid and fashionable assortment of Cloths, Cassi
meres, and Vestings, comprising a great variety of all
the latest and most choice styles, both of the French
and English manufactures, which will be made to order
at the shortest notice, and at the I nvest possible prices,
A large and well assorted stock of
READY MADE CLOTHING
always on hand, which he will dispose of at thelowcst
rates. He is determined to do a Swift business at low
profits, and the economical are sure to be suited at the
above number. oil 3m
FULTON MARKET
CLOTHING STORE.
PETER. CHANFRAU’S
CHEAP CASH CLOTHING STORE,
136 ISeektnau Street,
Keeps constantly on hand a general assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Suitable for the Fall Trade, consisting of Pilot and
Beaver Cloth Surtouts, Fine French Cloth Dress and
Frock Coats, Sacks and Pantaloons. Vests in great va
riety. Hosiery, Umbrellas, Mattrasses and Bedding,
India Rubber Clothing, is-c., &c.
N. B.—Garments tastefully made to order at the
shortest notice, and warranted to suit the most fastid
ious, or no sale. o 4 3m
PANTALOONS
MADE TO ORDER, and warranted to fit, from a se
lection of over one hundied pieces of tupeifine,
fine,and low pi iced French, English, and American dou?
ble-milled Cassimeres.at the following unusually low
prices, viz :
American black and fancy colored Pants at §3 75
English do do do do 5 00
French do from the best of good 7 00
On each of the “ 100 pieces Cassimeres” is marked tie
LOWEST NETT CASH PRICE tora pair of Pams made
to ordcr inKIRTL'NDS best and most fashionable
styl- at NO. 40 M XIDEN LA.NE upstairs.
WANTED Pantaloon and Vast hands, to make cus
tom work only. n 8 3m
YOUNG’S
STRAW HAT HAN UFA TO RY,
96 BOWERY’, (between Hester and Grand streets.)
The Proprietor of the above establishment,
has now on hand as usual, a handsome assort
'sa/<2^cment of Straw Goods—and also all kinds of hats
suitable for the season, such as Satins, Velvets, &.c.,
got up in the best manner, and of the best materials.
Also, Ribbons, Flowers, Feathers, &c., and almost eve
ry article in the line that is desirable, at moderate
prices. 018 3m
ME-CO R - K A ,
THE FULL BLOODED
OSAGE INDIAN DOCTOR,
76 Bleecker Street, near Broadway.
HAS prepared and offers for sale Ills Vegetable
Medicines, viz :
The OSAGE BALM OF LIFE, for any derangement
of the stomach or bowels.
The CAMANCHE TINCTURE, for colds, coughs,
and pulmonary affections.
The OSAGE TINCTURE, for the summer complaint
of children!
The INDIAN TINCTURE, a certain cure of the
Dysentry, Cholic, and Cholera Morbus.
The CAMANCHE PASTE, f r the cure of Cancers,
Ulcers, and obstinate sores.
The INDIAN DYSPEPTIC TINCTURE.
OSAGE WORM DESTROYER.
RHEUMATIC LIN AMENT.
STRENGTHENING PLASTERS.
OSAGE AGUE AND FEVER PILLS, eight of which
will effectually cure the most obstinate case.
’ OSAGE ANTI BILIOUS PILLS.
EYE -WATER.
INDIAN STOMACHIC RENOVATOR, for the re
moval of weakness, lassitude, and debility, whether
from delicacy of constitution, or the effects of drugs.
He also prepares medicines for the Asthma, Gravel,
Dropsy, Palsy, Scurvy, Leprosy, Itch, Headache, King’s
Evil, Apoplexy, Heart Burn, Bronchitas, Night Sweat
ing, Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Pleurisy, Piles, Cramps,
Hooping Cough,Bloody Flux, Inflammations, Abscesses,
Vomiting, Hysterics, Falling Sickness, Jaundice, Cos
tivepess, Scrofula, and Neuralgia. Also for Nervous
Affections, and Pains in the face or limbs.
Me-cor-ka, learned his art of healing by studying the
laws of nature in the remote forests and prairies of the
west. He has spent his life in tracing out the effects
and causes produced from the various vegetable pro
ductions of that interesting and almostunknown region,
as applicable to the purposes of life.
The humane part of the public will rejoice to be in
formed that he does not use (for he acknowledges his
profound ignorance of) mineral medicines, and conse
quently dispenses with all corrosive poisons.
His medicines are wholly and exclusively vegetable.
1 n his practice he is guided by the laws of nature. Each
plant is applied according to its medical quality to the
disease for which it is most proper. He doos not •be
lieve that the Great Author of our being, presented the
many thousand plants to our view and tin n like the
iruitof the tree in the garden of Paradise, forbid us their
taste and use; butthat each one is stamped with na
turn’s own unerring hand with an insignia descriptive of
its quality, and the purpose to which it is to be applied.
As an evidence that he understands their use and when
to apply them, not one of the crowds that every day re
sort to him, hesitate in declaring themselves benefited,
or fail to call upon him again when indisposed. His
medicines may be procured at all times, and he con
suited when desired. s2O 3m
LA.NGENHEIM & BECKERS,
DAG KVRIt IA N ’ATELIE R,
No. 201 Broadway,
2 doors from the Franklin House,
New York.
ftQrSole Agency for the sale of Voigtlaander’s Da
guerreotype Instruments, and L. Becker’s Chemicals.
025 4 m
SUPERIOR, DAGUERREOTYPES.
TMSIIE p ('.blic, and especially those New Yorkers visit
Is.. ingPhil i elphia, aro invited to examine those beau
tiful specimens of Photographic art, at M. A. ROOT'S
GALLERY. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, which
were on exhibition at the late Fair, at Castle Garden
The most perfect pictures ai# those taken by his new
process, in a few seconds, and without the usual head
rest, an improvement of great advantage in all cases.and
especially in taking portraits of very young children,
family groups, &.C. M. A. ROOT,
nl 3m 140 Chestnut st, Philadelphia.
FILTERING FAUCETS.
WENMAN’S PATENT SELF-CLEANSING FIL
TERING FAUCETS for filtering the Croton ami
other waters, which is considered far superior to any
before offered for their Simplicity, Durability and Neat
ness, having been fairly tested can be well recommend
ed. The operation for cleansing the filter is simply turn
ing the handle without removing the Faucet. For sale
andean be seen in operation, at 364 Broadway, corner
of Franklin street. 0253 m
HONEY! HONEY !’— ITIE NICEST LOT YET !
HEDGES & BALDWIN, 14 Washington Mar
ket, have just received from Western New York, 3000
lbs superior white honey, in small fancy caps of froth
4 to 6 lbs each, just the thing for family use.
Also, fresh pail and firkin butter, wholesale and
retail. 1122 Im
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Dr. Roake’s lodine Liniment.
rgVlB ASTONISHING SUCCESS that has attended
.» the application of this most valuable Liniment,and
the high testimonials that are daily received warrants
my calling upon the afflicted loresort at once to the on
ly remedy that can be relied upon, and will do all that it
is represented to do. It is no quack nostrum, bnt a scien
tific chemical preparation of iodine of known and estab
lished efficacy.
IT PERMANENTLY AND EFFECTUALLY
CUR ES RHEUM ATISM,
either chronic or inflammatory, Paralysis or loss of the
use of the Limbs, Contractions ofCords and Muscles,and
Gout, it matters not ot how long standing *, Sprains,
Bruises, Tn mors, Hard swellings, an<l Enlarged Joints,
yield to a few applications of this Liniment. It has been
used with incredible success in Scrofula or King’s Evil,
enlarged Glands diseases of the Spine and Hip Joints,
Tic Doloreaux, and all Nervous Affections.
It is invaluable and acts like a charm, stopping the
bleeding of Flesh Wounds, and causing them to heal in
a few days. It has no .er been known to fail curing the
most stubborn Ulceis or Fever Soresand Swelled Legs,
Pain across lhe Kidneys, in thc’Chcst, Side, Stiff Neck,
Sore Throat,and Croup.
It speedily and effectually eradicates cutaneous erup
tions ot the skin in the form of salt rheum, erysipelas,
pimples, ringworm or fetter, barber’s itch, scald head.fec
it instantly removes toothache and headache. It extracts
the pain and cures corns,bunions, chilblain#, &c.
A WORD UPON THE ORIGIN AND CAUSE OF
DISEASE
When the human frame receives a shock, either from
heat, cold, fatigue or other enuses lhe weakest portion
ofthe system suffers most. One person will have a cough,
the lungs being the weakest organ ; his neighbor rheu
matism, the muscular and cellular tissue be ng the weak
est; another enlarged glands and swellings, the glandular
system being the weakest, &c. When you have an organ
thus suffering, the more direct your application to the
parts affected, the better the prospect of relief.
DR. ROAKE S IODINE LINIMENT,
produces a healthy’ action in the diseased part, strength
ens, invigorates and restoresit to perfect health. It only
wants to be tried to sat sfy the most skeptical of the re
storing power of this most valuable Liniment.
Physicians are daily recommending Dr. Roake’s lodine
Liniment, regarding it the long sought for desideratum ;
a true scient.fic compound of lodine in the form of Lini
ment, without color and unplesant smell, that c m be used
upon the most c’slicate female or child with perfet safety.
POSILIVE PROOF.
New York, Oct. 24, 1846.
Messrs. S. liigersoll & Co.
Gentlemen,
It is with feelings of tne utmost gratitude I offer you
Bagley’s Patent Extension Penholder and Pei cil.
r |F H m. i 5 ■,’ m ost compact, complete, convenient and useful pocket companion ever offered to the Public,
ihe multiplicity ol i s uselulness and the smallness of it? size ren Jers it a perfect MULTUM IN PARVO.
.1 ln ->‘ llo s ’“l rt ,° f 2? in, ? hes ia contaiim I a Pen, Pencil, and reserve of leads, and by one motion slides
either t ie Pen or lhe Pencil out and extends the holder to six inches, which is but little more th in half the leu th
wnon shut up, ol.the common Penhold, r, but wh n extended is one fourth lone, r This at tide is secured bv two
and ,; h o Mannlacturer is now ready to receive offlers lor them in any’quantity, either in Gold or Silver,
together with hrs celebrated ever pointed Gold Pens, which need no proof of their superiority except the increas
ed rlemandforthe last six years, and the numerous attempts at imitation. A. G BAGELY, 189 Broadway.
fl f w
'lnrTi.gflAoaLStore Kflll
tF I S K ’ S
.1111 TIGHT
COAL STOVE.
It would occupy too much
space to publish lhe full merits
of this great improvement.
F SK & SCOTT,
209 Water street,
Arc making all sizes, suitable
for all purposes.
Certilicate-? from Rev. Doctor
Spring. Dr. Dewees, Dr. Chilton
and other distinguished persons,
to be seen at the store, are
proof of their superiority. No
danger can possibly occur with
them, apd once ‘-making up”
the fire is sufficient lor two or
hree months.
0 4 FISK SCO PT, 209 Water s'reet.
A CARD.
DR. W. K. NORTHALL, Consulting and 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 hud long experience and great proclice 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’Hvain, Dr. Van Pelt.
Rev. E. M. Johnson, Rector, Hon. 11. C. Murphy,
of St. JohnsV 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, D. C. Burbank, Esq.
Dr. Garrison, Judge Hammond,
Dr. Will bur.
TKe following testimonial from among a number of
ethers may not be inappropriate:
The subscriber has great pleasure in bearing testimo
ny to the.professipnal skill of Dr. W. K. Northall as a
Dentist. We have engaged the services of Dr. N. in
sev r ’difficult cases—one, the making and insertion
of a.~ set of teeth ’’)r Mrs-Hammond, all of which
have been mana ed to the entire satisfaction ot 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,
025 3m Surrog?.te of Kings County.
Lindley's Improved Patent Premium Bedsteads,
(Proof against Bed Bugs,) at
GARDINRR’S
CABINET AND UPHOLSTERY WAREHOUSE,
69 Gold street, 1 door from Beekman st, N. Y.
UNDERSIGNED would respectfully call the
EL attention of the public to the above invaluable ar
ticle of Furniture ; the great improvementin the strength
and durability ofthe Screw is such as to place them far
in advance of every thing ofthe kind now in use.
This improvement received the highest premiums
awarded al the late Fairs of the American Institute in
October 1843-44 45, over every otner 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.
A Iso 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
Bu :s, Wardrobes, Wash Stands, Toilet tables, Cen
tre arfd Side Tables, Ir. Jnges, Ac., arc manufactured of
the best materials, of every variety of pattern and style,
and under his own imine,Hate 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 solicited. I laving a large manufactory, orders
for any number can be fillet! at the shortest notice.
Aul6Gm WILLIAM C. GARDINER.
ANIL FLUIDO ESPANOLA.
SPANISH LIQUID INDIGO. —Extracted from the
Indigofera. Disperma of Guntimala, a speejes of
Indigo Plant, that furnishes a DYE far superior to
ANY OTHER VARIETY KNOWN.
This article is not only inestimable in Dying, but will
also be found a most oortvenient and valnable substitute
for the Lump Indigo of commonly used in Rinsing Lin
en in the Wash.
The advantages of this Liquid Indigo over the Indigo
of common use, fan be more clearly estimated when the
fact is taken in to consideration, that from 40 to 80 per
cent, of impurities are avoided; also, that it is
absolutely soluble in water, and consequently imparts
an even tinge and peculiar clearness.
On the other hand, the Lump Indigo can only be dif
fused through the water in particles, giving an uneven
and dingy cast, and not unfrequently causing very ma
terial injury, not only by discoloring, but also by sub
jccting to decay all the finer articles in the wash. Tliis
disadvantage will now be obviated wherever the SPAN
ISH LIQUID INDIGO is introduced —ami it is sure to
take ils stand among lhe indispensables of the domestic
department.
For sale by IL Harris, 273 Front street, New York,
Agent for the United States. »20 3m
CASH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY, TEA, WINE AND SPIRIT STORE.
No. 597 Broadway, New York.
SCOTT & THOMPSON; would inform the citizens of
New York, that they are prepared to supply superior
family Groceries, such as Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Wines,
Liquors, &c. fee., of the best quality, at price - that will
utjnish the natives. Goods sent to any part ofthe
city free of cost for cash only. oil 4m
GEORGE GRESAM,
Broker ix» Bituminous aiul Antlveacitc
Coal $ «Uo, in Blnseed Oil, Sola
Asli and Manufacturers arti
cles in general.
69 SOUTH STREET,
o 4 3m Corner of Pine.
my humble testimony in favor of your most valuable
liniment. About fifteen months ago, while engaged at
my work, I was taken suddenly with a very severe pain
in my ankle, which, for two days and nights, deprived
me entirely from sleep or rest. My mother caused me
to be removed home, and sentfor a Doctor, who attend
ed me some time, and finally told me that he could not
help me, and advised my being sent to the Hospital. J
went and remained there three months under the care of
the able and scientific physicians attached to that Insti
tution ; while there I was leeched twice, had five blis
ters on my ankle, and cupped three months. Finding no
benefit from that mode of 'reatment.they concluded to
try cold water, which they continued some time, and re
ceiving no relief abandoned it. My foot and ankle dread
fully swollen and black, and cold ' ice, I was again
brought home, having given up all h-. Jjsof ever getting
rel ef. At this time, a friend procured a bottle ofßoake’s
lodine Liniment and sent it to me, advising me to make
a thorough trial of it. Strangftto tell, I felt almost im
mediate relief; the pain which had been seated in my
ankle seemed to be broken scattered; I con
tinued the use of it for several weeks with increasing
success, and until I had used some half dozen bottles,
which has effected a perfect cure, my ankle being en
tirely free from pain, and nothing but a slight weakness
remaining. Words are but feeble expressions of the
g.atitude 1 feel towards you brought as I have been
from a state of wretched helplessness io perfect health.
I shall ever pray for your prosperity and happiness.
Trulyand sincerely vours,
Signed, MARY McALISTER,
132 Sixteenth street.
Thereby certify that the above cerificate signed by my
daughter is true in every respect.
Signed, ANN McALISTER.
State of New York, citv and county of N. York,
personally appeared before me, Ann ahd Mary Me
ss. Alister, and being by me duly sworn, doth depose
and say, that the above certificate s gried by them
is true in every respect.
Sworn to before me this 24th day of October, 1846.
S/gned, T. VAN TINE,
Aiderman of 9th Ward.
Messrs. S Ingersol & Co.
Gentlemen—l am the person referred to in the above
certificate, as having furnished the Liniment to Mary Mc-
Alister, and will vouch for the truth ofthe above,
Yours truly, WM. T. PECK, 94 John st, N. Y.
New York, 0ct.27. 1846.
Principal Depot, 90 John street. S. INGERSOLL, Sole
Proprietor. i> or sale also by all respectable druggists.
nIS 3m*
STP2WART’S CELEBRATED PATENT
« SUMMER AND WINTER AIR
TIGHT COOKING STOVE is Of
f ere d t 0 the public, as the most per
feet and economical article for c'u
linary purposes, in the market and
, warranted to give entire satisfac
wl t ‘° 11 ’ or the stove may be returned,
anytime days, and
the purchase money refunded.
N. B. —The public are cautioned,
as there are imitations in the mar
ket purporting to be Air-’l’ight, and
improvements on the Stewart Stove, whereby persons
in purchasing may be decieved. The principle which
renders this stove so economical and beneficial over
other stoves, is secure ! by letters patent, and therefore,
cannot be introduced into any other stove, without in
curring a heavy penalty. One may he seen in opera
tion at the store of the subscribers. References given.
THOMPSON MUNSELL,
oil 2m9 115 Beckma. reet, New Yor 1 '
PHBENO.LOGY.
Fowler & Wells, 131 Nassau st.,
PIIA (I TIC AI. PIIRENOLOGIS TS,
PUBLISH works on the Sciences of Phrenology,
Physiology, Physiognomy, and Magnetism, at
wholesale and retail.
PHRENOLOGICAL EXAMINATIONS, giving direc
tions as to the most suitable occupations, with verbal or
written descriptions of character given whenever de
sired.
The,CABINET, or MUSEUM, is open and FREE to
visitors,day and evening. n!s3m
A. GRIEVE,
Importer and Dealer in
Bii’l-G * wires, and Bird Seeds
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Alm, Oatmeal, Barley, Split Peas : Gold Fish, Globes,
Biid Glasses, &.c , &c.
nl 3m NO. 5 JOHN-St, 3d door from Broadway,
iiassiii
A PREPARATION FOR THE INSTANT PRO
DUCTz..N OF LEMONADE,
Equal, if not superior, to tiiat made of the best Lemons.
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by
J. W. KELLY, No. 1711 William street,
Near Beekmin New York.
Ladies and Gentlemen, aie requested to call and
test the sugar.
Up town agency, 171 Division street. n 3 3m
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALT
SES, LADIES’TRAVELLING BAGS
«3&L' ! V».jL5'3 &c. &c.—Can be purchased at whole
sale an( j j-etajj, at jq. h # Nodyne’s
Trunk Manufactory, as low as other establishments in
New York. The nubile generally are requested to give
me acai!. ‘ E. H. NODYNE.
m 29 ly 219 Greenwich st. cor. of Barclay.
C. GOODWIN & CO’S
NEW PARLOUR RADIATOR STOVE,
NOS. 256 and 258 WATER ST.
THIS stove lor beauty and utility cannot be sur
passed; it has been exhibited at Boston, Provi
dence, Hartford, New Haven, Philadelphia, and Balti
more, and has been pronounced by all scientific stove
dealers, at the above named places, to be the handsom
est and best ever offered to the public. This Stove we
take pleasure in recommending to the public for parlors
and halls, as there is no dust or gas can escape from it,
being constructed on the air tight principle, The best
of references can be given to those who have purchased
them. Should any person be dissatisfied with thn ope
ration of the Stove after pure! -..Jag, by making it Known
to the proprietors, the money will be refunded. The
public are respectfully invited to call and examine for
themselves before purchasing elsewhere,at 256 and 253
Water street, corner Peck Slip. h 8 2m
B JI O W N ’ S
Coffee House and Dining Saloon,
subscriber having fitted up in a splendid man
_H_ ner, the store
No. 71 PEARL STREET, (Facing Coenties’ Slip,)
As a COFFEE HOUSE and DINING SALOON,
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
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 thcir.neals in the vicinity of their business.
GEORGE BROWN, Proprietor.
nls 3m Late of Lovejoy’s Hotel.
W APPLEGATE'S PRINTING OFFICE, NO. 17
• Ann street, New York, is supplied with every
material neccssaiy for the prompt, neat, and economical
execution of Letter Press Printing. Public attent on is
respectfully requested to this establishment, in the assur
ance that ample satisfaction will be given—as regards
typography, press work and charges—to those ’>ho re
qu-ie fancy or common, large or small work* 3Ueaply
and expeditiously executed. Among the many advan
tages ofthis office over every other, are the following
superior presses, which are not equalled in America or
Europe, viz : the Double Mammoth Cylinder P ess, (the
largest in the world,) for immense Show Bills, Charts,
&.C., which cannot be done on a single sheet by any other
pres-. Tne Double Cj Under Napier Press, which prints
GOOO an hour. Also, a superior Double Cylinder Press,
built by L. Napier in London. Also, an entire new Sin
glc Cylinder Book Machine, built by R. Hoe 8> Co., of
ihis city. Ihe Rotary Card Press mints 20 0 »>ards an
hour. Persons withing to have printing done, are in
vited to call and examine. • n 8 ly
TEETH I TEETHI I
rgHEETH inserted without pain, and warrant! igood as
JL the natural ones, for biting and mastication.
A complete double setof best mineral
teeth, on fine gold plates - - - - $5 00
A setof best mineral teeth on fine gold
plate, for the upper jew, to be worn
by atmospheric pressure - - - - 30 00
A single tooth,from - - - - - 100 to <5 00
Plugging teeth with gold, from - - 75 to 1 50
jy Dr. JONES, 283 Broadway. n2O 3m
COAL YARD.
PEACH ORCHARD AND LEHIGH COAL, of the
best qualiiy and of different siz-s, selected express
ly for family use, for sale on veiy low tern a lots to
suit pur'hasers. This coal h from the eelebt .Jed veins,
Salem Spohn Gate and Lewis Veins. Consumers will
find it to their interest to leave their orders as early as
possible, as the article is on the itse. Orders left at the
yard, 115 Barrow st, near Commerce, and 626 Greenwich
street, will be duly attended to. T. WILDE.
Liverpool Orrcl Coal of the best quality for sale as
above. 025 3m
DR ’ RUS II ’S ‘
IJf F ALLI KL E II KA LT II PILLS
THE POOR MAN'S REMEDY.
IfJxR. BENJAMIN RUSH’S Infallible Health Pills
are universally acknowledged to be not only the
cheapest but the best medicine. They are purely ve
getable, and are used by thousands. They are pecu
liarly useful at this season of the year, purifying the
blood and preventing disease. Price only 12& cents a
box. For sale by H.G. DAGGERS,3O Ann street ;G.
B. Zieber & Co., No. 3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia;
Halliburton Ac Co., 12 State street, Boston.
Agents wanted in every city, town and village
in the United States. 3u,
-aIA eRSOLOS 4<Wm
' all healing

Hundnds of persons wl?a have experienced the good
effects of Dr. Robert B. Folger's Olosaonian, or
A 11-Heeling Ba'sam, have applied t » tho dif
ferent Agencies established for its sale,
and have been put off with a spurious
article, made in imitation of that
Great Remedy, under the spe
cious pretext that it was
the same. They have
returned and told
of the Fraud.
Believe not the
Deceiver. The Lie
which the whole matter
bears on the face of it is alone
sufficient to stamp the SCHEME
with the DEEP INFAMY it deserves!!
DR. ROBERT B FOLGER’S
OLOSAONIAN,
OR
ALL HEALING BALSAM
is now prepared only by himself. It is not subject
to those adulterations formetly complained of, nor is
it made up cheap and small, for the purpose of gull
ing people out of their money. It has lost none of
its virtues. Thecertificat?s which daily appear show
this to be so, even though the name of Folger be re
moved from them and another name substituted for
it. There is no such trickery needed to establish
the reputation of my Otosaonian, nor shall 1 under
the hypocritical pretence of being an Odd Fellow,
send circulars to" their Lodges throughout the Uni
ted States, with the hope of deceiving them into the
belief that lam a friend to their Institution. All this
kind of humbuggery 1 detest, and here assert that if my
Olosaonian is not what it claims to be, and will not
rise in the estimation of the world by its own merits,
I hope it will sink into oblivion. I shall not labor to
build upon a foundation of SLANDER, nor go about
privately, or in the dark, to destroy the reputation of
those opposed to me in business, but starting with
clean hands and a character unspotted, I shall endea
vor to recommend and put forward my Olosaonian as
a true and infallible Remdey for
/ALLOT
OF THIS
IMPORTANT ORGAN
O’ The following WONDERIUL AND EX
TRAORDINARY CURE of Consumption performed
by my Olasaonian upon Mr. CALEB W. WARD, 114
Washington street, Newark, N. J., will prove that I do
not claim for my Remedy greater curative properties
than it actually possesses. Audi beg the sufferer to
remember that what it has done once, it will do again.
Mr. Ward was given up by his Physicians,and Friends
as in a condition beyond the reach of Hope. The cure
•a well attested by seven respectable gentlemen in
JVtewark.
READ AND JUDGE.
Newark, July ISth, 1846.
Dr. Robt. B. Folger:
Dear Sir— As I have been a sufferer from consumptive
disease for a considerable length of time, and have been
entirely restored by the use of your valuable medicine,
I feel anxious to make it known for the benefit of chose
who maybe suffering, and need a sure remedy.
In September, 1821, I was seized with Inflammation
ot the Chest, and was sick about two months ; I recov
ered from that attack and went to work. In November
I was again seized with a return of the Inflammation
and continued sick with it Until the spring of 1842, when
1 got so as to be about again. I continued in a very
weakly state until 1843. 1 then greatly recovered and
again went to work at my business, and continued un
til the fall of 1844. In October I took a heavy cold. but
worked on until November when 1 was taken down
with a severe pain in my side. Medical treatment
was commenced and continued until the month of
June, 1845, when the physicians thought they could do
nothing more for me. I continued, however, to take dif
ferent popular medicines until in February, 1846, when
I was recommended to try Animal Magnetism. I had no
faith in it.—A Clairvoyant came to my house, and af er
some persuasion, I was induced to undergo an examina
tion. He stated that it was necessary forme to take
Dr. Robert B. Folger's Olosaonian or All-Healing Bal
sam, and that by so doing, I should recover in a very
shorttime.
At this time I was laboring under all the marked
symptoms of Consumption, particularly a severe pain in
my side and chest, and profuse Night Sweats. I was
very weak and reduced to a mere shadow. My friends
never supposed for a moment that I should recover. I
could scarcely walkabout, my appetite was gone, I was
very restjess at night, I coughed and expectorated freely
and felt that I should never recover. I commenced tak
ing your Olosaonian in February. In one week’s time
I began to feel very great relief, and before I had used
three bottles I felt myself to be a new being. My
strength increased rapidly, my appetite returned, the
pain in my side and chest passed away, and I am now
in the enjoyment of tolerable good health. In fact, I feel
well, and attribute my restoration, under Providence, to
your Olosaonian or All-Healing Balsam. 1 would re
commend it as the best medicine in the world.
Your friend, CALEB W. WARD,
114 Washington street, Newark.
We, the undersigned, have been acquainted with the
above named Caleb W. Ward for-a number of years,
and are satisfied that the above statement, made by
him, is true.
Joseph H. Ball, 142 Washington street,
GarrlT Garrierants, 128 Plane street,
Abner Campbell, 125 Market street.
Edward McClaskey, 136 Plane street,
Charles. Lee, 22 Boudinot street,
Aaron Reock, 5 Arch street,
Joseph Burr. 83 Halsey street, Newark, N J.
I may also refer to Mr Colbert W. Owen, now resid
ing on Staten Island; Dr. Samuel Howe, one of the first
Dentists in the City of X'ew York, Isaac Labagh, one
of the visitors of the New York Ahns House Depart
ment; Henr; A. Auld, Machinist, Howard street, near
Centre, and to numerous other persons both in the City
and Country, who have felt like good effects from this
Great Remedy, and know it to be all that it is recom
mended, for the cure of Consumption of the Lungs. It
is also equally efficacious in
ASTHMA
- O)
THAT MOST
I BCxSw
Formidable Disease.
which so often threatens
SUFFOCATION.
It has relieved Miss LUCRETIA WELLS from her
suffering more than any remedy she has ever used du
ring the 42 years she has been aflicted. It has also re
lieved and restored Mrs. ELIZA LELAND of School
cruft. Kalamazoo county, M ich. She has suffered with
ASTHMA severely from her birth, and her cure is
looked upon as MIRACULOUS. Read her own letter
upon the subject:
Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co.
“ Dr. Robert B. Folger :
“Dear Sir—l have been taking your Olosaonian,
and find it to be the very medicine I want, as I never
found a medicine before that does me so much good. I
am 40 years old, and have had the Asthma ever since
1 was born, by turns. In the winter whenever I take
a severe cold, I have a violent fit of it, and hundreds of
people can testify that they have many times watched
over me for hours, expecting every breath would be my
last. Within two or three years’my disease has
changed very materially, and apears more like aeon
sumption. This winter past, it was believed I was
fast going in the consumption, and 1 had good reason
to think so myself. I had a most distressing cough,
I hail a slight chill with fever every day, 1 had pal
pitation of the heart almost constantly, and looked
forward to the grave as certain for me shortly. I
have tried a great many physicians; all of them
have said, after having made a thorough trial, that!
could not be cured, but 1 never believed them.
“I have found the ‘ longed for’.cure in your 010
saonion. It is all it professes to be, lor me, and I
cannot be sufficiently thankful for the relief it has
given me when friendshad given me up.
“Very truly yours, ELIZA LELAND.’’
SO* Read the following letter from Rev. SAMUEL
IL EARL, Pastor of the Union Baptist Church Cold,
Spring, Long Island:
Cold Spring, Tj. 1., July 18th, 1816.
“Dr. F )bkrt B. Folger :
“Dear Sir:- Last Fall I was afflicted with Asthma
or Phthisic —pain in my si.de, palpitation of tlie heart,
and asthmatic cough. By using your Olosaonian I ob
tained relief in a very short time. The asthma I
have not had since. The remainder of the Olosao
nian I have been using in my family for a common
cough, and have found it always effectual in remov
ing it. I think it the best remedy for a cough 1 ever
tried. Every family should keep a bottle of it for
that purpose. Yours, iVc-
“ SAMUEL H. EARL,”
Pastor Union Baptist Church, Cold Spring, L.l.
Tho above are only a few of the many cures that
might be refered to. Its course is onward. It is
“ THE REMEDY" and the people begin to know
it. Remember that the genuine article is prepared
only by me.
PRINCIPAL. OFFICE
161 FULTON STREET— I6I -4$
Third door west of Broadway—2nd floor—opposite
St. Paul’s Church.
In order to secure (he Public against any deception
Dr. Folger has
ENLARGED HIS BOTTLE,
by which the quantity is more than one half increased.
'The complaint which hitherto has been so frequent is
now done away, and those who purchase wll feel that
they get the worth of their money. Dr. Folger basal
so,
CHANGED THE LABLE.
‘o that (hose persons who now want Folger's Olosanian
and v"ll take the pains to read the Lable on the bottle
will aroid alt deception of every kind. The Label on
the genuine article will always read thus,
DOCTOR ROBERTB.
FOLGER’S
OLO S O ANION
on
ALL HEALING BALSAM
and my name will be written with a pen No other
is genuine, mark
My regular agents will always be supplied with it by
me; The names of my City Agents arc as follows :
E. M. Guion—cor Bowery ami Grand st.
M. Ryan—cor. Bowcry and Prince street.
F. T. Kirby—cor. Division and Clinton st.
R. E. Moss —cor. Grand and Cannon st.
Brigham & Miller—cor. avenue D. & 31 st.
Dr- E. Crowell—B9—Oth avenue, cor. 13th.
I& J. CoDoingtotv—3o3 Hudson. N. V/., c. of Spring.
Br. Van DkN Bylardt, 127 Christopher st., opposite
Bedford.
A. W. Gabaudan—sl—6th avenue—l4l Sth avenue
between 18th an l 19tn street.
Mark the numbers well for be assured you can only
get the genuine articles from these places. And remem
ber of the principal office
QU-161 FULTON STREET—I6I
third dd?r from Broadway—opposite St. Pauls Church.
GEORGE F. NESBITT,
Stationer and Printer,
'Tontine Builpings,
CORNER OF WALLAND WATER STREETS,
New York,
this method <>f informing the public that he
Js. con inues to execute orders for
JOB PRINTING
in every variety, at his old established place of business
where he has ueen located f-»r near a quarter of a century
CORNER OF WALL AND WATER STREETS.
and th t he has made many additions to his belorc un
’surp.is'ed facilities for g oiders, including the
celebrated
YANKEE CARD PRESS,
with an extended and beautiful a.s>oiiment of small Job
Types, by which me ms he is enabled to print Cards
I cheaper than any other establishment.
LARGE POSTING B LLS,
plain or in a va iety of colors, printed in a superior
manner, and nt prices agreeing with the usual charges
ofthis establishment.
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONARY.
A full supply,lncluding Account Books < f every de-'
Scription of s»"e, s yleor pattern, and every ariicle in
the Stationary fine, either imported or of domestic manu
facture.
HOVER’S FIRST PREMIUM INKS
can also be had in large or small quantities of the sub
senber, who is the Manufacturer’s Agent,at the lowest
manufactu er’s prices.
NESBITT’S MACHINERY CUT WOOD TYPE
having obtained the first premium at all Fairs where
exhibited, including two Silver Medals and numerous
Diplomas, are offer, dio Printers without further recom
mendation. GEORGE F. NESBITT,
Stationer and Printer,
nl 6.n corner of Wall and Water sts,
FINE ENGLISH AND FRENCH
Printing Inks!
Tlic Best and Cheapest in the Market !
THE SUBSCRIBER, haying greatly enlarged and
improved his establishment, and made every ar
rangement for the manufacture of his PRINTING INKS
on the most extensive scale?, would respec fully call at
tention to his establishment. Printers throughout the
country,who are in want of Inks, would do well to call on
him before supplying themselves. The proprietor boldly
presen s his Fine and Fancy Inks to the public and chai
lenges the whole ink-making fraternity to equal them in
beauty, richness, or the excellence of the material from
which they ate manu'actured. Specimens may be seen
at the office, ami Printers are invited to examine them
and judge for themselves. As for cheapness, his prices
have only to he compared with those of other manufac
turers to satisfy any one. Where a SUPERIOR ARTI
CLE is offered for a LESS PRICE, the subscriber be
lieves that a suffi fient inducement is offered to secure
the patronage of all who use Printing Inks.
An extensive assortment of Inks of every variety con
stantly on hand and made to order, at short notice.
The following are a portion of the colojs, at prices
varying according to quality:
BLACK from 16 cents to $5 per lb.
BLUE, I GKEEN,
GARMIN ATED LAKES, PURPLE,
<ARM If , I CELESTIAL BLUE,
YELLO\», i ROSE PINK,
ULTRA MARINE, ORANGE.
BRONZE INKS, ] VERMILLION,
LILAC, i BROWN.
&c , &c., &c.
Also, Printer’s VARNISH constantlyon hand and for
sale at moderate paces. Also, Lithographic Ink and
Copperplate O 1.
The subscriber would refer to the following gentlemen
who, together with many others, have used his Inks:
George F. Nesbitt, corner of Waler and Wall streets :
Narine & Dufand, cor Broad and Wall; Mr. Spear, cor
Pearland Wall sts ; B W. Raper, 88 William st; Mr
Fraetas, Tribune Job Office ; Geo. B. Maigne, cor Wil
liam and Spruce.
Orderssenttothe office 102 Nassau street, Room No.
10. will be punctually attended to. The subscriber is
satisfied that his Inks have only to be tried to satisfy all
of the correctness of his representations.
JOHN COOKE, Manufacturer,
n 22 6m No. 102 Nassau st.
TIMOR ATS SULPHUR BATHS
ESTABLISHED in 1820, removed t 0546 Pe^rlstreet
near Broadway. These are the only genuine
Sulphur Baths in the city, and are recommended by the
most eminent Physicians f r the cure of Rheumatism,
Salt Rheum, Stiffness of the Joints, Eruptions of the
Skin, Colds, &c. Given fromß A. M. to BP. M. n 22 t
LOOK !—R EAD ! I
NORTHERN HOUSE,
118 SIXTH ATENUE, CORNER OF NINTH STREET.
THIS place has been very recently enlarged, reno
vated, and refitted. No more spacious Eating
House of the kind can be found in the city. Every ac
commodation offered to stranger is offered to strangers
to obtain a meal at all hours of the day, and nothing
that the market affords is omitted in the proprietor’s
bill of fare. Look for yourseves.
BILL OF FARE.
Roast Beef, 6d | Chicken Pot Pie, Is
Roast Lamb, fid I Corned Beef, 6d
Roast Veal, fid | Po k. and Beans, fid
Roast Pork, Cd * ><): Soup, 1
Roast Chicken Is y mutton Soup,
Roast Goose, Is Chicken Soup, fin
Roast Turkey, Is feal Pie, fid
Roast Duck, Is | Meat Pie, fid
Roast Pig, Is | Clsm Pie, fid
Boiled Ham, fid | Boiled Fish, Cd
DESSERT.
Plum Pudding, fid A ppi' 1 ! ”ie, Cd
Indian Pudding, fid Plum 2!e, fid
Suet Pudding, fid Peach Pie, fid
Brer I Pudding, Cd Apj. C Dumplings, fid
Rice Pudding, fid Mince Pie, fid
Custard Pie, fid
BREAKFAST AND TEA.
Beefsteak, fid | Hash, fid
Veal Cutlets, fid I Hot Corn Bread, Gd
Mutton Chops, 6u j Indian Cakes, Cd
Ham and Eggs, Is | Boiled Eggs, fid
Fried Tripe, fid | Fried Eggs, fid
Sausages, fid | Toast, fid
Fried Fish, Gd | lio-t Muffins, fid
Fried Clams, fid i Hot Rolls, fid
Fried Liver, t fid | Tea and Coffee, 3d
Fried Shad, fid | Extra Bread, 3d
Fish Balls, Gd | Indian Bread, 3d
N.B.—Connected with the above establishment are
fine airy lodging rooms, with single beds, where people
can be accommodated at all hours with lodgings, for
two shillings, feo much for Greeley. (Jive the subs
criber a call. J. M. GREELEY,
n 22 "m Formerly of 105 Si xth Avenue, now as above.
SWEENEY’S DINING ROOMS,
No. GG CHATHAM STREET.
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS which hw at
tended the efforts of the Proprietor of this celebra
ted Establishment during the pastyear, is a sure guar
anty of its superiority over similar establishments, and
striping,all competition, encourages him to make in
creased exertions to merit a continuance of the patron
age the public has so kindly 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 repetition. D. SWEENEY.
N. B. —There is also an apartment separate for stran
gers who visit the city, with their families, where they 7
can have meals served up in a few minutes, and at ve
ry moderate prices. dfi 3m
PERRINS’ HOTEL.
"gTAMES 11. PERKINS takes this method ofinfoiming
his friends and the public, that he has t rected and
furnished in a v«:ry superior manner, the above Hqtel,
on the corner cf Division and Christie Streets, and
is determined that it sha 1 rank with tne best. His Lar
dee will at all times contain the choice of all delicacies
that can be found in New York markets, and neither
trouble nor expense has been spated to render his Re
staurantworthy of a call.
His Bars will be furnished with tee best brands of
Wines Liquors, and Sugars.
QU“ Private Rooms for Committees, Parties, Dinners,
Suppers, &c.
Pleasant Sleeping Rooms for Gentlemen.
£3“ The Military of the city u.-ill find every conveni
ence they require at the above Hotel, 025 ly
THE FOUNTAIN,
BY CARLISLE & REYNOLDS,
No. 336 Broadway.
TWIHE Proprietors respectfully inform their friends
and the public generally, that they 7 have opened
the above named house, and have spared neither pains
nor expense in the fitting of it up, being determined Io
lender it equal if not superior to any similar establish
ment in this city. Their supply of Ales, Wines, Li
quors, Cigars, etc., are of the very best quality.
N. B. Raffles for Poultry every Wednesday and Satur
day evenings. n2J ?m
THE C”YIS STILL THEY COME!
IHOMPsON & BRAY,
(Successors to George G. Kennard,)
AMERICAN LUNCH,
Mo, 233 Broadway, New York.
THE Subscribers, having ttken the above establish
ment, would inform their friends and the public (hat
nothing shall be spared on their part to medt a shire uf
patronage in accordance to their accommodation.
N. B.—Oysters in every style. Also, all kinds of game
in season. In connection, a bar in which the best of
Wines, Segars, &c., are lobe had nls 3m
THE GLOBE HOTEL,
No. 66 Broadway. *
THIS house has, during the summer, been repaired
and painted throughout, and has entire new lurni
uxe. It has been re opened for travellers. &c.,and will
be kept on the old plan of a restaurant, with the addition
of a Table d’H iie. A few families, and single gentlemen
can be accommodated for the winter.
JAMES H. PAGE.
N. B. A public entrance from New street to the Bar.
Lunch on the Southern plan, from 11 till 1, prices per
Slass 10 cents, at other hours 61 cents. ol 1 3m
ERFORIPS SHADES,
No. 54 Ann Street.
THE subscriber would respectfully inform his numer
ous iriends and customers tha the season for the
larities for which his house is so celebrated, has been
opened. Chops, Steaks. Welch Rarebits Poached Eggs,
and every thing else in his line, will be served up in the
best manner. The “Shades” will always be well sup
plied with a variety of European papers; also the news
papers of the city. The. proprietor of this well-known
place of resort, wou’d respectfully return his sincere
thanks to his numerous patrons and assure them that no !
pains will be sp ired on his part, tp sustain the reputation
which he has hither to enjoyed as a cat( rcr for the public,
and to make this THE SH.A.DES of New York. Those
who have not visited this house, a*e invited to call and
judge for themselves.
olHim JOHN ERFORD.
THE RAINBOW.
49 Howard Street, near Broadway.
rgUIE Subscriber most respectfully returns his thanks
EL to the public for the very liberal p tronage received
by him during the lastycar and hopes to rctam the good
fceliogand patronage heretofore extended to him by the
frequenters of The Rainbow. On vis ting the Rainbow
you will encounter that luminary called the Major,
whose countenance is ever unobscured except by a pass
ing cloud caused by the smoke of a mild Habana or
Woodville. The following relishes served up : Chops,
Steaks Kidnexs Poached Eggs Rarebits, Sardines,
Coid Ham C 11 Beet, &c., &c. Suppers, lunches and
urnners served in a private room. Rooms to let by the
night for civil meetings ; also, a comfortable bedroom,
with fire place, to let. [nl 3mJ WM. DILLON.
SECOND WARD HOTEL.
No. 87 NASSAU ST. NEXT TO THE SUN OFFICE
&. SMITH, having taken the above popular
house, beg to inform their friends, and the old pa
trons of this establishment, as also the travelling por
tlon of the community generally, that they have renova
ted and re furnished the house in a superb style, —and
are prepared to accommodate al) who may favor them
with their patronage, in a manner that will be satisfac
tory to all. They invite all who wish pleasant and
agreeable accommodations to give them a call. The
table is always supplied with tho choicest articles the
market can afford. The rooms have been refitted, and
for comfort are not surpassed. The bar is stocked with
wines, liquors,&c which is at least equal to that of
any other establishment, and segars of the choicest
brands.
Those who wish to find a well conducted public house
will never be disappointed here. Terms moderate.
Those who call once will call again.
The residents of the city can pass a pleasant hour
company with their friends at this house. o 4 3m
77Z# EASTERN GROTTO,
NO. Llfi CHERRY STREET.
<pHe subscriber begs to acquaint his friends, and the
public generally, that he hisopened the above house
in asULerior style and hopes to merit a share v. public
patronage. He feels confident in saying that he has the
coolest and most delightful place in the city ; his rea
ding 100 mis large and commodious, being forty feet
deep where will be found a great variety of daily and
weekly papers ; also, foreign, papers, of the latest dates
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,
se2B3tn G.W.BETTSi
SHERWOOD & FISHER’S SALOON,
2,2 Broadway, under late I’kale’s Museum,
S ®yi!SCR'BERS takepleasurein informingtheir
-H- tneuds and the public that, in connection with their '
establishment, corner of Broadway and Walker st, they
nave at much expense opened the above Saloon, which
‘"n'T luvirtment is well calculated to give satisfaction
It. 11. separate apartments have beeniitted up every
tmnw Kmy # Ze d t eßlro,,S ° f P ' iV ’“ e ro °“ 9 - En '
Openon Wednesday, 11th, at lOo’clock, A. M. nß3m
THF. ORIGINAL SHADES.
.. r. . N< !; IITHA MES street. ■»
Sl |' )SCn ' Vl>uhl respectfully inform hi, '
’ i ar " 'l'° l ’ ullbc generally that he has
lately enlarged, newly papered and repainted the above
place, and ma. e great alterations, and has now one of
the largest and mostelegant rooms i n the citv orennv
ing the whole length of the house.’“HehSlsoaK- ’
vote Room down stairs, ami several up stain for dinner
parties, Slippers, <S-c , with accommodations for board
ers permanent or transient-having a private entrance
tn Trinity Place.. Steaks, Cutlets, Chops, Cold Cuts
&c., ready at a moment’s notice ; witn as flue a class of
- as can be faund in the city.
The propietor flatters himself thathis long experience
as keeper ofthis house will be a guaranty of his abili
ty to please those who may favor him with a call.
043 m JAMES REES, 11 Thames street.
SAUCES.
who desire to purchase Pickles, Catsups
Sauces, Preserves, Jellies, Brandy Fruils, and
all articles of that kind, will find them in perfection,
wholesale and retail, at HENRY SCOTT’S establish -
ment, No. 217 Water street. Mr. Scott believes that he
has the largestand best assortment to be found in New *
York. While extending a general invitation to the
public to call, he would particularly address himself to
dealers from the South. They will find his goods suit
able to their latitude, both in price and quality
o 4 3m HENRY SCOTT, 217 Water st. *
RIALTO BOWLING SALOOtL
41D BROADWAY,
Under the Aypollo Saloon.
Matthew riker & daniel w. whitney,
respectfully inform their friends and the public
that they have taken the above well known establish
ment. There now in operation Seven Splendid Alleys,
where every one fond of this delightful exercise can
n VC opportunity of amusing themselves. The
House has been newly painted and the rooms re-paper
ed. Ihe proprietors, are determined to be up with the
spirit of the age. in the way of improvements, &c., &c.
Atta hed to the Saloon is a reading room, where all the
new “papers and publications of the day, can be Been
t he Bar is always stocked with the best Ales, Wines,
Liquors and Scuar.s, which are to be obtained. No
pains nor expense, will be spared by the proprietors to
make this the Bowling Saloon of Broadway. ’
MATTHEW RIKER, ) n
043 m DANIEL W. WHITNEY, f 1 ro
GOLDEN EAGLE,
96 DUANE STREET NEAR BROADWAY.
HENRY AINLEY, would respectfully beg to an
nounce to his friends and the public, tjiat he is
to bo found at the above establishment, prepared in
every way to accommodate all who call upon him, in
the most satisfactor} 7 manner.
The best of Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars, always
in abundance.
Also, Chops, Steaks, Welsh Rarebits, Poached Eggs,
&c-, &c , at the shortest notice.'
Rooms for committees, referees, &c. Lodgings, &c.,
urnished.
The proprietor is determined to make every possible
effort to merit the patronage of the public. o 4 3m
THE SHADES HOTEL,
64 READE STREET, WEST OF BROADWAY.
THE Subscriber begs respectfully to inform his
friends and the public that he has opened the
above establishment in a style superior to any house of
.the kind in the city of New York. The general satis
faction whiGi he gave his numerous customers hile
he was proprietor of “The Shades,” in Thames street,
will, he flatters himself, be sufficient to insure those
who may hereafter patronize him in his new establish
ment, strict attention to their comfort.
The usual relishes, Chops, Steaks, Welch, Rarebits,
Poached Eggs, &c., will be served up in the best man
ner. The Room will be daily supplied' with the city
and foreign papers. (043 m JAMES EVANS.
BEERS BOGART,
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
BRANDIES. WINES, CIGARS, ETC., ETC , ETC.
177 South st, New York.
Henry J Beers. (0253 m Peler I. Bogart.
JOHN STEEL,
DEALER IN IMPORTED WINES, LIQUORS AND
CHOICE SEGARS OF VARIOUS BRANDS.
Corner of Broome and Clark Streets,
oil 3«n New York.
CONCERT HALL,”
101, 103 and 105 Elizabeth street,
VALENTINE MAGER would respectfully call at
tention to his new establishment which has just
been completed at his old stand, where he will be hap
py to see his old friends and customers, and the public
in general. The building covers three lots fronting on
Elizabeth street. Every effort has been made to render
this one of the most splendid public houses in the city,
and it is for the public to say how far he has succeeded.
3 he splendid Ball Room is handsomely decorated and
furnished. Supper Rooms, Reading Rooms, etc., etc.
The Bar is furnished with the best Ales, Wines, Li
quors and Cigars to be had in the market. 018 3m
JOHN NIBLO,
CORNER OF BO AD WAY AND PRINCE STREET,
RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the pub
lic generally that he has fitted up a house for
their entertainment, at the corner of Broadway and
Prince street, where he was recently burnt out by the
destructive conflagration which consummed Niblo’s
Carden. He takes this method of informing those who
have favored him with their company, as well as
others, that no pains will be spared by him to make
this a favorite place of resort.
N. B. Gentlemen favoring the subscriber with a call,
may depend upon procuring the best Wines, Ales and
liquors, as well as the choicest Segars the market
affords. oil 3m
CONGRESS HALL,
THE UNDERSIGNED has opened a place at No.
143 LEONARD STREET, near the Tombs, under
the above title, and he will be happy to receive the vis •
its of his old friends.
025 3in ADDISON HILL.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S SALOON.
ripilE subscriber has opened the large and spacious
Ja_ Saloon, No 494 Hudson street, where ladies and
gentlemen can be accommodated with Refreshments,
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Lemonade, Pies, cakes, fruits,
&c. Oysters served up at the shortest notice, either
fried, stewed, roasted, broiled, or in the shell.
Parties, Balls and Families supplied at the lowest
prices. All orders promptly executed and delivered in
anv part of the city.
025 3m D, E. HUNGERFORD.
THE SNUGGEUY.
A LEXAN DER YATES, late of the Ram’s Head, re
spectfully announces to his numerous friends, that
he has associated himself with Mr._Haddon, and has
opened an establishment under the above name, at the
south west corner of Canal street and Broadway—en
trance in Canal street. Mr. Yates would assure his
patrons that the above establishment will be conducted
on the most approved modern plan, and everything will
be so arranged as to ensure the comfort of visitors, in
order to guarantee their future support. The Ales,
Wines, Liquors, and Segars will be found on inspection,
to consist of the best the markets afford. o 4 3m
THE DIVING BELLE,
14 THEATRE ALLEY,
BY NETTLESHIP SPARKS.
THE Proprietors of the above establishment would
respectfully inform the public that they are fully
prepared to accommodate such of their friends and
the public who favor them with a call, with the most
excellent Wines, Liquors and Segars. Those who
would enjoy a glass of unadulterated Liquor with a
friend, smoke an excellent segar and spend an hour in
agreeable and pleasant chat should not fail to drop in
to the “Diving Bell.” The proprietors return their
sincere thanks to their numerous friends and customers,
fortlie liberal patronage bestowed upon their establish
ment, and would assure them that no efforts shall be
wanting on their part to merit its continuance.
The secret of the popularity of this house is the fact
that it alwavs has the best of everything in its line,
without regard to expense. Call once anti you will
not need a second invitation. o 4 3m
HALLECK BRANCH,
CORNER OF THE BOWERY AND PELL STREET.
THE Subscriber most respectfully returns his thanks
to the public for the very liberal patronage receiv
ed by him during the last year and hopes by unremit
ted attention to business, a continuance of the same.
The bar is at all times stocked with lhe best Wines,
Liquors, and Cigars, that the market affords.
s2O 3m WM. IL WILSON-
LIVE AND LET LIVE OYSTER. SALOON,
BY BARNET HOUSEMAN,
Corner of Broadway and Grand Street.
Oysters in Every Style.
Families supplied and Oysters sent to any part of
theciiy. nl 3m
THE PHEASANT.
DAVID HAGAN, respectfully informs his friends
and the public in general that he has opened the
House No. 47 Howard street, as a place of public enter
tainment; he has spared no expense in fitting it up in a.
manner meat suitable for the accommodation of those
that may favor him with a call. His bar is stocked with
the choicest Ales, Wines, &.C., that the market can
afford. He is also prepared to serve up stakes, cutlets,
and rabbits. Be can accommodate private parties with
rooms, for supper or other meals. 527 3m
Married Ladies.
MARRIED LADIES will find much to Interest them
by perusing Moral Physiology, written by the
Hon. R. D. Owen, with additions and alterations by R,
Glover, MD. Were this book carefully read by every mar
i ried person, and its advice strictly followed, we are per
suaded that a state of society from the present would
exist. The horrors of poverty and the prospept of a
large family of children, which could be but poorly
reared, prevent many prudent people from entering the
matrimonial state, but here is a work that will tell you
important secrets, which may obviate all such objec
tions. Price of the book 50 cents. For sale at No. 2
Ann street, and most other book stores. n - 22 3m
M MP S
LII <’■ INA ORl> IA E,
OR THE
(£ lif cr of Gone.
The great and increasing demand for this celebrate!
and powerful remedy throughout the British Empire,
i France, and the United States, has given it a celebrity
1 which time only can elface. It has long been used and
; prescribed by the most eminent Physicians throughout
i the civilised world as a sovereign and speed) 7 cure for In
cipient Consumption. Bairenness. Impotency, Lucon 1
hoea or Whites. Obstructed, difficult or painful Mer
struation, Incontinence of Urine, or involuntary dis
• charge thereof: and for general prostration of the system,
whether the result of inherent causes, or produced by
r irregularity, ißness, or accident.
There is not a shadow of doubt that this is true, and
were not the subject of too delicate a nature, hundreds
[ would testify to the unrivalled efficacy of the Lucina Cor
1 dialas a specific for barrenness, fluoralbus. gleets, irregu
-1 larities in the. secretions, pains in the kidneys, female sup
‘ pressions, (or the reverse,) prolapsus uteri, and in fact al
1 most every disease to which the most delicate portion of
5 the human organization is liable. It cannot, indeed, cure
’ malformation of the parts, but for any thing short ot that,
‘ it is offered as an infallible cure, while in all the other dis
i cases enumerated above, whether acute or chronic, it wiL
f be found a safe and sovereign remedy. The Lucina Cor
t dial is a gentle tonic, operating generally ujxjn the S?
cretivc organs, and bracing the whole system, without >
1 far stimulating any function as to produce subsequent
luxation. On (he contrary, it seems to act in perfect har
mony with nature, and does not create a temporary vigor,
but a permanent renewal of the natural energies. The
first bottle used will fully convince the purchaser of tho
truth of all we have asserted.
Principal Office 44 Nassau street, New York Sold
. also by Seth W Fowle; Boston ; Dr. Wadsworth, Provl
> dence; J. S. Murphy, 90 Noi*th Sixth street, Philadel
phia : G. K. Tyler, John M. Laroque, and Roberts & At
. kinson, Brllimbre; Charles Stott, Washington City; j
B. Wilder, Louisville, Ky : Sandford & Park, Cincinnati
t J. H. Eustace & Sons, Richmond; Bragg & Thomas,
I Petersburg; B. Emerson, Norfolk, Va.; Haviland, Har
; ral, & Allen, and P. M. Cohen, & Co. Charleston, S. C. •
I Haviland, Kjsly & Co. Augusta, Ga.; Haviland, Clark 3c
, Co. Mobile; G. N. Morrison, New Orleans ; Jennings Sc
' Osgood, Memphis, Tenn.; and by no other person in any
of the above named places. Price $3 per bottle, or $24
per dozen.

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