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More Sport.—“ Yankee Sullivan” has found
mother customer who offers to fight him for one thousand dollars a side, as soon as he is in condi tion. This new candidate for pugilistic honors calls himself “ Welsh Chicken.” This chicken has come over here to be “ cock of the walk,” but, perhaps, he may get his comb cut a la Caunt. $3- We should fail of our duty to our readers, were we to omit to notice the Paris Boot Empo rium just opened on the corner of Fulton and Nas sau streets, opposite to the Herald office, where a fine calf skin dress boot, usually sold for six dol lars may be bought for four dollars and fifty cents, and a most elegant and durable boot for $3.50. The proprietors of the Paris Boot Emporium have the requisite capital and facilities to turn out the and most elegant boots, gaiters and shoes, and we shall be much surprised after this if we see a single man whose feet are pot well dressed. Surely when an establishment like this is opened in our very midst, there can be no excuse for being slovenly snod. New, Rich and Beautiful. —The above words we can with pleasure apply to the stock of Spring and Sum mer Dry Goods, at the store of Messrs. W. Gardner & Co., of 115 Greenwich street. Among them will be found superb De Laines, beautiful Organdie Muslins, French and Scotch Ginghams, French and English Prints, Shawls, Scarfs, Gloves, Linen &c., &c. For men’s wear, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Drills and Sattinets. These goods, with every other description, Messrs. G. & Co., are selling at prices that cannot but convince those who see them, that now is the time to , buy. Take our advice and go there at once. At the now dry goods establishment of Scott & Moore, 124 Canal street, an establishment stocked with the freshest and most beautiful goods—our lady friends will find a novel style of bizets and mantillas, which we think will please them exceedingly. It is quite delight ful in turning off of Broadway, to run across a superbly furnished dry goods store, like Scott & Moore’s. [C7“One of the few places in this city where a gentle man can get shaved to his perfect satisfaction is at Riker’s—in Broadway, two doors above Stewarts’ on the same side. It is Riker’s business to shave men —to at tend to their hair, cleanse it by his inimitable cham pooing process, and beautify and freshen it with his ex quisite oil —and all these things Riker does well. dT* John Niblo, the indomitable, has taken the Al hamra, 557 Broadway, and fitted up the lower saloon in elegant style for the sale of creams, ices and other deli cacies, while the upper saloon has been expressly ar ranged for clubs and private parties. That the esta blishment is well managed, John Niblo’s name will be a sufficient guarantee. 02?= Ladies will find a hair dressing and shampooing establishment at No. 381% Broadway,opposite the Carlo ton House. It is conducted by Mr. Barker, a man some > what celebrated in his line, and whose hair work has met the unqualified approval of all who have pur chased it. Thomas Young, of No: 96 Bowery, announces his spring supply of ladies’ hats, of every variety and of the latest styles. The ladies will lose no time in calling at his establishment. O’John F. Woodward, the popular host of the “ Ion” in Fulton street, has moved his quarters to 13 Dutch st. where we have no doubt he will be visited by all his old friends, and many new ones. It is a neat and quiet house, and just the place for a man to drop into, for an hour or two. O“ We hear from all quarters of the excellence of Brown’s Coffee and Dining Saloon, at No. 71 Pearl st., facing Coenties Slip. Brown knows how to go to mar ket, and how to serve his marketing when he gets home. He knows how to make his saloon pleasant and attrac tive,.how to please customers—in short just how to con duct a large eating house, and make it universally po pular. His success does not astonish us. Q'yg- We arc reminded to say that the Circassian cream prepared by R. G. Gardener, No. 91 Canal street, is an excellent article, not only for moistening and beau tifying the hair, but for strengthening the roots and pre serving it. Every lady should have it on her toilet table. (CF” The Jefferson Riflemen will make an excursion to the Pavillion, Fort Lee, on Tuesday next. This is one of the most pleasant places in the vicinity of New York, and Mr. Abbott, the proprietor of the Pavillion, is one of the most obliging hosts. Q 2t = ’ John Statts, the well known fashionable tailor, has removed his establishment to No. 162 Fulton street, three doors below Broadway, where he makes up gar ments in Broadway style, at 15 per cent less than Broad way prices. Mr. Statts is a superb cutter-a finished artist. Q27* Mr. J. K. Southmayd—No. 117 Broadway, corner of Liberty street, draws an excellent glass of Soda Wa ter, with the most delicious syrup, and moreover Mr. Southmayd’s fruits and confectionaries arc of the choicest qualities. Frames, gilt, walnut, oak, rosewood or any other material for looking glasses, pictures, certificates are manufactured by Downs and Silva, No. 119 Walker st., the most extensive manufacturers in the United States. Southern and Western dealers will find it to their ad vantage to buy of Downs and Silva. (O** It will be .seen by reference to our advertising columns, that Mr. Robert Hope Hart, has opened a store in the basement 118 Broadway, for the sale of Wines, Brandies, Teas, &c. Mr. H. has long been known in this business, and we have no doubt that ho will be patrnised as he deserves. New Public House. —Mr. Brooks has taken the house corner of Division and Catharine Streets, formerly Per kins’ House, and newly fitted it up in a neat manner. Mr. John Ward, well known to the former patrons of this establishment, has assumed his old department, than whom none know better how to please. Extract from Dr. J. A. Reed’s Dental Surgery.— Filling teeth with hold is the most important operation appertaining to the teeth, few persons have the confi dence in this operation which it really deserves. Teeth properly filled with gold at an early stage, ought to last from ten to twenty years. In this department of the Dental Profession, Dr. Reed, offers his services with with great confidence, and he believes if his mode of operating was brought into general use not more than one quarter of the artificial teeth now required, would be needed. His office is No. 8 Blcceer street near the Bowery. OCT* We have received a very strange, a most wonder ful account of a gentleman of New Jersey having been informed of the whereabout of his absent wife, by Madame Adolph. We would publish the account but it is too incredible; besides, those who desire to know what this remarkable, lady’s powers really are, will be satisfied only by paying her a visi< themselves, at her new residence, 111 Hester street. K2Z" The Monterey Garden, No. 81 Chatham street, be tween Pearl and Duane, is now open for the season. Visitors will find it a pleasant place of resort during the summer weather. It is carefully conducted, and abund antly supplied with all the delicacies usually found at public gardens. __ We have visited the office of Dr. Mason & Co., No. 309% Broadway, and have no hesitation in asserting that the evidence of cures of various forms of disease are surprising, and we advise all who are afflicted, to sail and see for themselves. * If our lady readers have not yet made the ac quaintance of Mrs. Isaacs, whose milinery establishment is located at No. 5 and 5% Division street, we advise them to do so at once. Mrs. Isaacs is we believe, a grad uate of one of the most famous Parisian Schools—and whatever article of dress she sends forth, depend upon it, it iS A LA MODE. ’Tis sweet to see th’ emerald grass upspringing In every nook and corner, hill and dale; And know that each succeeding day is bringing The gladsome summer nearer, without fail! ’Tis sweet to hear the feather’d warbles singinff Their notes from copse, and braee, and wooded vale. To a despairing maid how sweet is Hope- But SWEETER FAR TO WASH WITH GOURAUD’S SOAP*. It is really a luxury to wash with GOURAUD’S deli cious ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP, independent of its astonishing properties in removing Tan, Pimples, Freckles, Sallowness, Sunburn, Redness, Roughness, and other disfigurements from the skin. It is such a de lightful emolient that no mother should think of using any other soap than this to wash the tender body of her beloved infant. It is also the best shaving soap extant. Beware of counterfeits sold in Courtlandt st. Gouraud’s Magical Poudres Subtiles will positively eradicate su perfluous hair from every part of the human frame! It is important to recollect that the genuine preparations of Dr. FELIX GOURAUD can only be obtained at his depot, 07 Walker street, first store from Broadway. Agents.— Jordon, 2 Milk street, Boston; Brown, 07 Chesnut street, Philadelphia; Pierce, Albany; Carlton, Lowell; Bliss, Springfield; Robinson, Portland; Perry, Manchester, and Druggists generally. TO THE MARRIED, OR THOSE CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE. THE MARRIED WOMAN’S PRIVATE MEDICAL CO.MPANION. By Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Professor of the Diseases of Women. Second edition. Price sl. The great demand for this most important work which thousands are sold) has compelled the issue of new edition. Every female is getting a copy, whether married or unmarried, although it is intended especially lor the married, as it discloses important secrets, which should be known to them particularly. Here every fe male can discover the causes, symptoms, and the most certain mode of cure, in every case. To be obtained at the Medical Office, 129 Liberty street. Dr. A. M. Mauriceau can be consulted on all com plaints appertaining to females with the strictest confi dence. Address (post paid) to box 1224. N. B—On the receipt of §l, copies will be transmitted by mail, free of postage, to all parts of the United States, IMPORTANT NOTICE. fCZ - DIBBLEE, would respectfully inform his Cus tomers and the Public in general, that he has removed his LADIES HAIR DRESSING and WIG MAKEING ESTABLISHMENT, from 265 1-2 to 263 Broadway, where he is prepared to furnish any article in his line. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S GOSSAMER WIGS SCALPS HALF WIGS, &c. These articles are of the best quality—the hair being inserted seperately, into the finest of silk net, gives it the appearance of growing from the head. Those in want of a head of hair would do will to call and see his assortment before purchasing elsewhere. DIBBLEE’S JAPONICA JUICE, for cleansing the hair, BANDELINE, for smothing the hair, MCELLE DE BCEUF, for moistening the hair. CASTOR OIL JELLY, for promoting its growth, are articles of his.own manufacture, which he confidently recommends. EXTRACTS for the handkerchief, FRENCH POMA TUMS, HAIR BRUSHES, COMBS, &c., are to be found at WM. DIBBLEE’S, Store of the Revolving Wax Figures 263 Broadway, opposite the Park, Also 637 1-2 Broadway near Bleeker street. FOR SCHOOLS, FAMILIES 8c WORKSHOPS. KT* Just published, Chapman’s American Drawing Book, Primary and Elementary, price 50 cents. “ Let our Mechanics have their Apprentices instruct ed in Drawing, and the effects will soon be evident in their workshops. They will no longer depend upon foreign inventions, that are, after all, little adapted to the wants, tastes, and habits of our people. Let there wants be supplied by articles, at once more useful, and equally ornamental, of home production. Let them learn to use their own strength, and their reward will follow.” Published and for sale, wholesale and retail, by J. S. REDFIELD, Clinton Hall. ’ KT* PATENT CHIP AND WOOD BAKER.-All who are in want of a Summer Baker are invited to call and oxamine Cort & Carman’s Patent. It will stand in the 11 re-place and make no dirt. It is intended to burn chips ? r iY??> On i the air ‘ ti^ht Principle, making a saving of nail the fuel used in any other. You can bake, boil and fry at the same time, it having all the advantages of a modern cook stove. It is warranted in all cases to ba .' TJie public are invited to call and examine the articles before purchasing elsewhere. Sold wholesale *nd retail by N. CORT, 50 Bowery N Y MARRIED, At St. Paul’s Church, on Tuesday morning 18th inst., by the Rev. Dr. Parks. WALTER H. WYATI, of the firm of Wyatt & Ketcham, to SARAH JjMcKENZIL, both of this city. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. [F7“ Burns ! Scalds !! Wounds !!! Inflamations !!! ! Piles !! !! ! Rheumatism !!!!!! Pain of all Kinds.— The magical effect produced by “ DALLEY’S PAIN EXTRACTOR,” in relieving aud curing all of the above affections, and all Diseases of an External or Nervous nature, has become proverbial, and millions will testify that it will give immediate relief in every instance. (CZ* Pamphlets, containing fresh Certificates from phy sicians and others, who have been cured, can be had at our Depot gratis. 0,7*” No person subject to the PILES should bo an hour without a box. DSZ“ Every prudent family will have it constantly on hand, as its immediate application has, in thousands of instances, saved life. Caution. —Beware ! counterfeits abound ! Every pur chaser must be on his guard, and know that it comes from No. 208 Broadway. The only genuine has the written signature of H Dallby on every box, and no other name. H. DALLEY & CO., No. 208 Broadway. 0p“ KENNEDY’S PREMIUM HAIR DYE.-We wish to inform all ladies and gentlemen who are is want of the above article, to cAll at No. 134 Fulton street (Sun Building) where they will be sure to find the genuine. Wholesale dealers can be supplied on reasonable terms. Persons having hair of an objectionable color, can have it changed to a beautiful dark brown or black in a single application, without affecting the skin. 134 Fulton st. (CZ“ EDUCATION.— Mr. Chamberlain, has removed his School from 450 Broome st., to airy, pleasant Rooms 507 1-2 Broadway, which are open morning, afternoon, and evening, for the accommodation of Ladies and Gen tlemen who desire to devote their leisure hours to study. Drawing and Painting, are taught by a skilful artist: and who is an experienced teacher of those arts. Those who desire instruction in Reading, W nting, ENglish Grammar, or in Latin, may join the class now in operation or have separate lessons. Students in Arith metic and Book-keeping, are taught separately and the instruction is carefully adapted to their wants, and to the time they can devote to study. Mr. G., has a few vacancies in his School for boys, which affords very great advantages in proportion to the present terms of tuition. fTZ- LADIES HAIR DRESSING AND SHAMPOO ING.—BARKER, who during the past winter, kept his order book at Mme. Scheltem’s, has opened a very handsome store, situated at 319 1-2 Broadway, directly opposite the Carlton House, corner of Leonard st., where lie carries on the above business in full. Ladies find it a great luxury to have the head Shampooed, and now thanks to Barker, they can have it done at half the former prices—Here also can be found all kinds of hair work such as Wigs, Half Wigs, Frizettes, Curls, Braids, &c., &c., better and cheaper than to be had at any other establishment—attached, is a Saloon for cutting child rens, hair, how in an establishment like this, Barker can afford to cut childrens hair for one shilling is a myste ry to us, but so he does, and he asserts money is made by it. Success attend him—competition is the life of business. Cheveuxtoniquo, for restoring the hair and prevent ing its falling out, and Cream de Palma Christi, or Castor Oil Cream, arc to be had only of him, and at 727 Broad of W. A. Smets. REV. J. N. MAFFITT—T'o R G. Radway-Li re lation to the virtues of Radway’s Chinese Medicated Soap, says : I take great pleasure in recommending to the public, as worthy of general patronage, your valuable Chinese Medicated Soap, as an article of the toilet, it is not sur passed by any thing of the kind I have ever used. Respectfully, J. N. Maffitt. Well might the Reverend gentleman recommend this excellent soap. It is without a rival. For the toilet, it is a pleasant and an agreeable emolient, softening and purifying the cuticle from all blemish,pustules and ex cressences As a medicinal preparation, it effectually cures Salt Rheum, Ring Worm, Erysipelas, Rash, Mor phew, Scurvey, and in fact all diseases and discolora tions of the skin, yields to the beneficial influence of this excellent soap. Sold for only 12 1-2 cents a cake, at 192 and 419 Broad way ; 121 Fulton street; 274 Bowery ; 170 Canal street, N. Y.; 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn ;E. 11. Trippe, New ark ; Watson, Rahway; Van Buskirk, Jersey City. Principal Depot, 91 HUDSON STREET, N. Y. RZZ“ CLIREHUGH’S New Invented and Improved Ventilating and Gossamer Wigs and Scalps may, for elegance, lightness and durability, be classed among the first productions of modern ar In their manufacture, they differ from all others made here. The hair is singly inserted, and so equally distributed as to appear just issuing from the skin. They are formed to the brow as the natural hair grows, and having no metallic springs all disagreeable pressure is obviated. They are strong without, weight elastic without being loose, cool and thin as gossamer, fitting the head with the same ease and tenacity as a silk stocking does the limb, and withal— the natural appearance of a veritable Head of Hair. For a Southern climate they are inestimable. Sena tors, Members of Congress, and gentlemen from every quarter of the country, who are now-wearing C.’s wigs, can be referred to. The prices will be found to suit the circumstances of all. Inventor, Sole Proprietor and Patentee of the Trico pherous, for the cure of Baldness, Grey Hair, Scurf and Dandruff. 118 Broadway, entrance by the store of Mr. St. John, hatter, directly opposite the City Hotel. LINES— Not by Byron. Know ye the shop where neat heads and smooth faces, (The emblems of skill in the hair dressing line,) Where the last touch that’s put on the unfinish’d graces Would make a D’Orsay even to pine ? Look for the shop, and mistake not the sign, If you’d have your hair curl like the rings on the vine, Or trimm’d and shampoo’d with rich balm and perfume, At 91 Canal street is the saloon. Go ask his patrons, whose favors he’s won, Thdy will glory to tell of the deeds he has done ; O, fond is the language of lovers’ farewell, The friendsnips they bear and the tales which they tell. R. G. GARDNER, 91 Canal street. JOINT STOCK FARMING ASSOCIATION? AN Association under the above title is about being formed, and those desirous of becoming members, and making themselves acquainted with the plan and organization, can do so by addressing, post paid, B. P., office of the Dispatch, 41 Ann street. The Association will consist of 100 families; the amount of cash required for each family $l5O, all to be paid in before the Ist March 1818. The land is situated in one of the most healthy and beautiful counties in Pennsylvania, and immediately adjoining the State of New Y ork. The economies whi'ch can be effected in such an asso ciation as this, need not, at this late day be mentioned. the SUGAR STORE, NO. 207 FULTON STREET.' (Nine Doors above Greenwich street. New York.) THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has opened the above store, and offers for sale, wholesale and retail, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Molasses, Stuart’s Syrup, Spices, Oils, Fruit, &c., as cheap as they can be had at any other store in this city. Young Hyson Tea, extra silver leaf and fragrant, only 6s. per lb.; good at Is.; fair and coun try pacKed, at 2s. 6d. per lb.; Coffee, 9d. lOd. and Is. per lb.; Sugars, 3s. and 4s. for Yellow, and 6s. per 7 lbs. for best crushed—Jess by the quantity. Grocers, country dealers, and large consumers, will find it to their interest to examine, these goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.' N. B.—Genuine free labor goods for sale. JACOB S. PERKINS, 2(i7 Fulton st. OREGON DINING SALOON. JAMES D. PAGE, would inform his friends and the public, that he has opened a Dining Saloon at No. 254 Fulton Street, where he would be pleased to serve them at all times. His long experience in this business enables him to warrant the utmost satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. J. K. SOUTHMAYD, DEALI?R IN SODA WATER, CONFECTIONERY, FRUIT, &c., ALL OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY, No. 147 Broadway (corner of Liberty st.,) N. Y. J. W. ORR, ENGRAVER ON WOOD, 75 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK. BOARDING. —A single gentleman can have a hand some square room on the third floor, with pantry attached, and breakfast and tea, on moderate terms, at 125 Madison street. References exchanged. WHOLESALE ANeFrETAIL PALO ALTO SHIRT DEPOT, 20)a Bowery, between Bayard and Pf.ll Streets. SHIRTS made to order in the most fashionable styles, and warranted of the best materials and work manship. Every article in the Gentlemen’s Furnishing Depart ment at the lowest prices. A. ABRAHAM & CO., 20% Bowery, N. Y. SPORTSMENS DEPOT. NO. 66 VESEY STREET, NEW YORK. FpHE Subscriber would call the attention of the sport- JL ting portion of the community to his stock of FISHING TACKLE, consisting of Rods, Baskets. Hooks, Lines, Reels, and every article necessary for Fishing Excursions, also, Guns, Pistols, &c. &c. Pocket cutlery of every description. Muskets kept to hire. Persons who are in want of anything in the above line, will find them here on reasonable terms. A. B. SUTHERLAND. JUST PUBLISHED. THE SPIRIT OF ’76!!! ON steel, by H. S. Sadd, from Matteson’s picture; size of the Plate, 19 by 22 inches. Printed on fine paper 24 by 32 inches. Proofs, §2 each, Proofs on India Paper, $3. Published by JOHN NEALL, 56 Carmine street, New York. [l'Z" Wanted a few good Agents. N. B.—On hand a good assortment of Frames for this Engraving. THE HONG KONG TEA COMPANY. CATHARINE, opposite Oak street, have for sale • very superior Oolong Tea only 50 cents; some 38; Black Tea in 3d pound papers at 8 cents per paper; very fine Green Tea, 50 cents; Coffee, fresh roasted and ground daily, at one shilling. to Lovers of fishing” HENRY D. HUSTED, would inform those who wish to refresh themselves with pure air and at the same time enjoy the Sport of Fishing, that they will find at McCombs Dam, a short distance above Harlem, every article in the fishing line—Boatcs, Lines, Baiting &c., at reasonable charges. Stages are always in waiting at Sweet’s Hotel. Harlem, and run to McComb’s Dam, on the arrival of each train of cars. Mr. Husted keeps everything in the refreshment line of the best, and is always ready to get up Dinners and Suppers, for parties at the shortest notice. The fare from McComb’s Dam is only 12% cents. WOODWORTH S HOUSE. 13 DUTCH STREET. Four Doors from Fulto.n Street. THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and the citizens generally that ho has just opened a new establishment at the above place, where he will be happy to see them, and do what he can to accommodate them. He will serve up to his customers in a choice manner, Welch Rarebits, Steaks, Veal Cut lets, &c. His Bar will always be supplied with the best Ales, Wines, Liquors and Segars. Drop in and see how we do business in the new place. JOHN F. WOODWORTH, Formerly of the “ Ion,” in Fulton Street. TF MR. GEORGE GALLOT, son of Mr. John Gallot, A of the Adelphi Theatre, London, will apply to Mr. John Gould, Accountant Office, Bank of England, he will hear of something graetly to his advantage, or to his father, at the Adelphi Theatre, London. THE AMERICAN MAIL. PARK BENJAMIN, EDITOR. THE first number of this new weekly paper will be ready in a few days. Persons wishing to be served regularly by carriers, at 6% cents per week, to be paid weekly or monthly, are requested to leave their names and address at the office, 116 Nassau Street. ROSS WILKINSON, Publisher. PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES FOR SALE CHEAP, AT THE OLD KNICKERBOCKER UPHOLSTRY AND FURNITURE STORE, 221 Blf.f.ker, near Carmine Street. WHERE also may be found, as usual, best Live Geese Feather, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows; also, best pure Curled. Hair Mattresses, warranted and no deception; Straw Palliases and Mattrasses; Lindley’s Patent Screw Bedsteads, a sure proof against bugs easy to put up and take down; also, other Bedsteads, &.C.; and a general assortment of Furniture. Rooms neatly papered and Upholstery work done. Goods sent to any part of the city, Brooklyn and Jersey City. Please call and examine. MONTEREY GARDEN. 81 Chatham, between Duane ani> Pearl Streets. MR. H. HALLOCK, proprietor of the above named fashionable Garden, would respectfully announce that it is now OPEN FOR TIIE SEASON. The whole interior of the building has been renovated, and now presents attractions inferior to no saloon in the ICE CREAMS and other refreshments furnished here shall be worthy of the public patronage, and no exertions shall be spared to render this the central point of attraction for the present season. Confectionery of superior quality (from Mr. H.’s manufactory) furnished, wholesale or retail, as usual. WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS BcC. ROBERT HOPE HART, 118 Broadway, (Basement,) offers for sale in lots to customers, Wines, Brandies, Gin, Jamacia Rum, Champaigne, Absynthe, Cordials, assorted. Scotch Ale, London Porter and Brown Stout, Teas, Coffee, Segars, all carefully selected and warranted pure. ROOMS, furnished or unfurnished, in a beautiful loca tion near St. John’s Park, to let, by a private family which does not remove on the Ist of May. References exchanged. Address P. box 1894 lower Post Office. A pleasant front basoment suitable pr a Doctor’s Office— to let. FIREWORKS, NEW YORK LABORATORY, 196 Front Street two doors South of Fulton. A COMPLETE assortment of Fireworks are now offered for sale, consisting of the following: Rockets, from 1 oz. to lib., Flower Pots, Romdh Candles, from 3 to Port Fires, 12 balls, * Tin Wheels, Triangles, of all sizes, Serpents, Scroll wheels “ “ Grass Hoppers, Vertical “ “ “ Blue Lights, Mines'oi serpents “ Torpedoes, Bengola Lights “ Pulling Crackers, Exhibition pieces “ Double-headers, Flying pigeons “ Jostic, &c., &.C., Torbillions “ Fire Crackers, Nos. 1 & 2. Maroons “ Country-merchants and dealers in general are request ed to call and examine the above stock. N. B.—Committees for city and country displays, mili tary and private parties, can be supplied on the most liberal terms with the above mentioned articles, war ranted—the materials having been selected with the utmost care. M. BENNETT, 196 Front street. fIrEW ORKs ! A GENERAL assortment of Fireworks of all kinds, warranted. Also, Buckmaster’s Fancy Fireworks, Fire Crackers, Double 1 Chamber street, corner of Chatham. fireworks, fireworks. THE most extensive, richest, brilliant and variegated colored exhibitional Fireworks ever offered to the pub lic, are now ready, per order, with new machinery, designs, mottoes, &c. ISAAC EDGE, Jr., Byrotechnist, Laboratory, Jersey City, near the Ferry. PAVILION, FORT LEE. THE above establishment has been thoroughly refit ted, and is now open for the reception of BOARDERS AND VISITORS. The location cannot be surpassed, (being situated within nine miles of the city of New York, on the west bank of the Hudson, at the commencement of the Pali sades.) It has inducements for the invalid or persons wishing retirement and recreation, that cannot gene rally be obtained at so short a distance from New York. The prospect from the Pavilion and adjoining heights, for beauty of scenery is unexcelled. The fort, (the site of which is about 300 feet above the water,) was the scene of important military operations during the revolutionary war. A large body of Ameri can militia stationed here, in attempting to retreat, were overpowered by a vastly superior force, consisting chiefly of Hessians, when they were either slain or consigned to the prison ship—a fate more terrific than death itself. The conveniences for Bathing are such, that they cannot fail to please the most fastidious. Military Companies on encampments or target excur sions, will find one of the finest target and manceuver ing grounds in the vicinity of New York. Every ac commodation will be afforded by attentive waiters, &c. A Quoit Ground and Miniature Ten Pin Alley have been recently added to this establishment, for the amusement oi Boarders and Visitors. Picnic Parties and Schools on Excursions, can be ac commodated with a large Summer-house, expressly fitted up for such purposes, with tables, &c., on reason able terms. The Steamboat FRANK, Cant. Scott, will ply regu larly between this place and New York, thereby, giving facilities to those having business in the city to visit daily. For particulars, inquire of Capt. Scott, Steamboat Frank, foot of Canal street. THE CAFE DES MILLE COLONNES, SO ELIGIBLY LOCATED, No. 307 BROADWAY, HAS undergone astonishing alterations. J. Pinteux, the proprietor, universally known in this city, for his unremitting attention to the preservation of good order and decorum in his establishment, has added to its comforts, georgeous decorations and splendid embel lishments, imported from Paris at immense expense, and entirely novel in New Y'ork. Anxious to convince his host of patrons t that every species of sacrifice is counted by him as nothing, in his efforts to promote their plea sure, he has discontinued his musical soirees; their attraction of the street walking throng occasioned too greet a crowd and disturbance in the vast saloon, to the annoyance and disquiet of those friends who delight to amuse themselves in the tranquil enjoyment of pleasant games; the select character of his refreshments, and the excellence of his billiard tables, refitted in the most perfect order, offer the most agreeable opportunities for pastime, attainable in this city. MADISON COTTAGE, At the junction of Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdale Road* at Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth streets. BY CORPORAL THOMPSON. npHIS Cottage has been leased be “ the Corporal ” who JL has turned it into Comfortable Quarters for the visits of his friends and the public. The Corporal would inform all those that visit him that they will be greeted with a hearty welcome, and that his Commissary De partment will be found amply provided with the best of liquors, and solids, in the eating and drinking line, second to none. He has also neatly furnished rooms for private parties, in which at the shortest notice, they can bo furnished with everything to please the palate. An nexed to the Cottage are over two acres of ground which in the fall will be occupied bj- the Fair of the American Institute for their annual Cattle Show, during some'pbrtion of the summer by the Zoological Institute, as a place of exhibition. OZZ* Palmer &. Slocum’s line of stages leave passengers directly at the door of the Cottage; and during the sum mer the Corporal will run an omnibus, for the accommo dation of passengers, to the Reservoir and back. JOHN NIBLO, BEGS leave to inform his friends and the public that he has taken a lease of that elegant establishment NO. 557 BROADWAY, formerly known as the Alhamra, which he has altered, improved and embelished in an elegant style as a sum mer resort, he has fitted up the lower Saloon, with its spacious galleries, in the most tasteful and elegant man ner, adding to its attractions a new and splinded fountain and choice exotics. Creams, Ices, and all other delica cies of the season will be served up in the best style to his patrons, both citizens and strangers. In addition to this elegant Salodn, he lias others in the second story, devoted expressly, to gentlemen, clubs and private parties, -where refreshments of the lirst description will be furnished his guests. This elegant establishment situated on Broadway, and commanding a fine view of this great thoroughfare will be conducted in such a manner as to suite the tastes of the gay, the fashionable, and the most fastidious, and the guests may at all times be assured that the refreshments of all descriptions, are of the very best. N. B.—Open both day and evenings. MILITARY RENDEZVOUS .' NO. 74 PRINCE STREET. MR. REYNOLDS, (formerly of the Mercer House,) would respectfully inform his friends and the pub lic, that he has opened the above house, where he will be happy to see them. -In the rear of the House there is a beautilul Vine Arbor and Garden, where every con venience will be found, to make a visit pleasing and desirable. Supper, &c., prepared'to order.in the best manner His Bar is supplied with the choisest articles to be obtained in a market, and, to be brief he is deter mined to deserve success, and leave it to his friends and the public, to say, whether he shall have it. BANK COFFEE HOUSE. rp HE proprietor would respectfully inform his friends A and customers that h>o now houco >o now open at No. 11 Pine street, between Nassau and Broadway, which he has fitted up for the accommodation of gentle men dining down town. He flatters himself that the arrangements he has made will merit a continuance of that patronage with which the house has been favored for many years past; he will be happy to see his old friends and customers as usual. JAMES FOSSETT. BASSFORD & FIELD’S BOWLING AND BILLIARD SALOONS, No. 1 3-4 Ann St., next door to American Museum, And running through to 149 Fulton St. THE Bowling Saloon, managed by James Horn, Jr., contains four very superior Alleys, and is supplied with large white ivory balls. The spacious Billiard Saloon, under the management of Otis Field, contains seven tables with marble,slate,’and mahogany beds with air cushions. [CZ’ Mr. Bassford is the maker of the Iron Eagle Frame Air-Cushioned Billiard Tables, far superior to any other in use. Persons wishing to buy, will do well to try them before purchasing elsewhere. The mahogany beds of these tables are made in a hundred and sixty-five pan nels, by steam machinery. So much work coqld not be done by hand for five times the price. The maker, con fident of the superiority of the cushionsand beds, will bank for true angles against th<»“ other maker, for from $lO to SIOOO. J. REILLY, LAMP MANUFACTURER, 49 Carmine Street, Corner of Bedford, DORIC LAMPS at two dollars each, can be had at the Factory, 49 Carmine street, and a newly invent ed out door lantern, complete with lamp, at $3,50 apiece; the new style hall lamp, from $2,50 to $5 apiece; a large assortment of solar lamps, from $3 to $lO apiece—to burn either lard or oil, with a fine assortment of girandoles and other mantel ornaments, all in the latest style, and made in the best manner, warranted; camphine porta ble burning fluid, pure sperm and solar oil, globes, chimneys, and wicks of every description always on hand, and for sale at 49 Carmine st., corner of Bedford. N. B. Astral Lamps and Solar Re-gilt and Bronzed, equal to new. P. S. Goods loaned t< parties. CARD.- BROADWAY BATHS, NO. 600 BROADWAY. rpHE subscribers would respectfully inform the pub- JL lie that the above establishment has been thorough ly renovated and fitted up, and is now ready for the re ception of visitors. It is their intention to keep the Baths in such a manner as to satisfy the most fastidious. Ladies aud gentlemen arc particularly requested to call and inspect the Bathing Rooms, which are un equalled in their construction—being large, well light ed, and ventilated on an improved plan. Attached to the gentlemen’s department is a large and handsome reading room, well supplied with American and European newspapers. The entrance to Ladies’. Baths’ is 131 Crosby street, at tached to which is a commodious saloon for the accom modation of ladies not wishing to venture in the open air immediately after bathing. THOS. H. BYRNES & CO. FAMILY MEDICINE STORE. No. 230 Bowery, Corner of Prince Street. I M. AVERELL, would respectfully inform physi • cians and heads of families, that having purchased and refitted the above store, formerly occupied by M. Ryan, he is now prepared to furnish every description oi genuine Family and Patent Medicines, and intends keeping constantly on hand, a large and well selected stock ot Perfumery, toilet articles, &c., &c. He pledges himself that every article connected with his business shall be of the purest and best quality. Also, a never failing remedy for the cure of the Fever and Ague, no matter of how long standing—it is warranted to cure if the directions arc followed. Depot for the sale of Rev. B. Hibbard’s Vegetable Family Pills and Carminative Salve. 02?'- Particular attention paid to compounding Physi cians’ Prescriptions and Family Recipes. I. M. AVERELL, Chemist and Druggist. NEW YORK TATTERSALLS, . 446 BROADWAY. I. F. Hough, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES OF HORSES, Carriages, Harness, Saddlery, &c., &.C., every MONDAY and THURS DAY. commencing at 11 o’clock with Carriages, and at 12 o’clock with Horses. For description of Vehicles, &c., see Evening Mirror and National Press. HENRY MEIGGS, Proprietor. GARDNERS G E N Ul N E Cl R CASSIA N CREAM, FOR preserving, strengthening and beautifying the hair—giving it a fine dark lustre, and rendering it as soft as silk. This article has been held in high esteem for the last thirty years, both in the old and new world, and possesses merits which must eventually place it far beyond the reach of all competition. A single trial of this article must convince the most skeptical of its superiority overall others—particularly for the ladies’ toilet is it recommended—producing a lustre and brilliancy never before attained. To be had, wholesale and retail, at his Wig, Curl, and Perfumery Store, 91 Canal street, N. Y. ~ .. , , , 'R- G. GARDNER, Proprietor. Also for sale by Henry Johnson, druggist ana chemist, corner Broadway and Chambers street. BRANCH’S PATENT IRON DOVETAIL BEDSTEADS, MANUFACTURED IN A SUPERIOR MANNER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT No. 333 Pearl Street, N. Y. The superiority of this Bedstead, can be seen at a glance. For strength and durability, combined with I beauty and simplicity of construction, as well as for leaving no harbor for vermin, it is equal to any that can be' manufacturcd, whilst facility of setting up and taking it down defies competition. W. G. TUCKER. ASTOR BOWLING ROOM NOW OPEN. ELEVEN SPLENDID ALLEYS ON ONE FLOOR. Entrance in Vesey &.Barclay sts., adjoining Astor House THE subscriber takes pleasure in announcing to his friends and the public, that at much expense he has fitted up the above Room, which will be found to be the most extensive and best arranged establishment in the United States, together with a Bar and fixtures, of the most modern style. C B. GRAVES. TO MERCHANTS, STORE AND HOTEL KEEPERS. J. L. LAZARUS, (late CAREY & C 0.,) Manufacturer of Ornamental Snow Cards, suitable for all businesses. Also, Carey’s Segar Lighter Lamp, Has removed from 156 to 285 Broadway up stairs. N. B—All show cards manufactured at this establish ment have the signature of J. L. LAZARUS. JOHN 3 TA TT S , DRAPER AND TAILOR, (Late Firm of Statts & Barker,) HAS REMOVED T® 162 FULTON STREET, three doors below Broadway, New York. Just received, a choice assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Fancy Vestings. Made to order 15 per cent, cheaper than Broadwry prices. EAGLE COFFEE HOUSE AND BATHS, BY JAMES R. WHITE from London, 528 Pearl street between Centre and Elm streets, Warm, Cold or Shower Bath 12 1-2 cents: Single Beds 12 1-2 cts.; Meals 12 1-2 cents, or Board and Lodging $2,50 per week. The London, Liverpool, Cunada and United States papers are received here. PILES CURED FOR LIFE. Twenty thousand persons that have USED DR. UPHAM’S ELECTUARY, for the Piles, Chronic, Dysentery, Inflammatory Diseases and Severe Costiveness, have given their certificates of cures made by its use, when all other remedies have failed; and the proprietors are now prepared to offer ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS to any persons afflicted with Piles, and all diseases of a similar nature, or which are found in conjunction with the Piles, il a cure is not effected by the use of DR. UPHAM’S VEGETABLE ELECTUARY, It is an Internal Remedy, not an external application, and will cure any case of Piles, either bleeding or blind, internal or external and the only thing<hat will. There is no mistake about it. It is a positive cure, speedy and permanent. |lt is also a convenient medicine to take, and improves the general health in a remarkable manner. It is very mild in its operation, and be taken in cases oi the most acute inflammation, without danger. All external applications are in the highest degree dis agreeable, inconvenient and offensive ; and from the very nature of the disease, temporary in their effects. J his medicine attacks the disease at its source, and re moving the cause, renders the cure certain and perma nent. The following are a few of the many evidences of the efficacy of this medicine, and let the sufferers, if they not convinced by these, only ask among their friends it they have not known or heard of its cures, and if they dp not hear it more warmly praised than any other medi cine, don’t buy it. New York, August2s,lßl6. Messrs. Wyatt & Ketchum : Gents—For several years' Past I have been troubled with Piles, a very costive state of the bowels, indigestion and weakness of the sys tem. But my complaint not being so severe as to disable me from business, and a dread I had of physicians and patent medicines, that until this spring I never used any medicine or applied to a physician for relief—the Piles then being so severe that 1 allowed several operations to be performed, without any benefit. Determined after this to try other means, I read an advertisement of a cure guaranteed by the use of Dr. Upham’s Electuary. 1 pur chased three boxes at your store, and from the use of which I found myself entirely cured of the Piles, and my health much improved. 1 remain, sirs, your much indebted friend, EZRA DIBBLE, 197 Broadway, up stairs. J. J. Morrison, Esq., of the city of New York, in a let ter to the proprietor, says, “ I have suffered most excru ciating agony from the most painful of all diseases, Piles. I have tried various nostrums, scientific, unscientific, and ultra-scientific, without the least benefit. By the use of your inestimable Electuary I have obtained per manent relief; and to my certain knowledge, it has effected certain cures in more than twenty cases of the same complaint. From personal experience, and ob servation of its effects on others, I believe that your Electuary may be justly regarded as a specific or certain cure for this very prevalent and distressing complaint.” From the Tribune. We are not in the habit of recommending Patent Medi cines, but in diseases like that of Piles we take pleasure in doing so, and advise whoever may be unfortunately suffering under its influence, to use Dr. Upham’s Vege table Electuary, an internal medicine highly popular, and also particularly adapted for all diseases found in conjunction with the Piles. From the Rahway Republican. Dr. Upham’s Pile Electuary may be considered the best remedy now known for that truly distressing com plaint, the Piles. We have known it to cure in several cases where almost every thing heard of was used to no good effect. We advise all persons subject to the Piles to lose no time, but at once make a trial of this invalu able remedy. It is warranted to cure. Sold, wholesale and retail, by WYATT & KETCHUM, 121 Fulton street; at retail by Dr. A. Upham, 196 Bowery; Ring, cor. Broadway and John, N. Y.; Chas. Steen, 148, and Mrs. Hayes, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Price $1 a box. ALLEBASI’S FAMILY MEDICINES, sold wholesale and retail, by Wyatt & Ketcham, as above. S O M E T HING MO R E PR ECIO US TH A N GO LD. THE most superior ANTI-BILIOUS PILL now in the market, and which are creating so much excitement and are so greedily swallowed by the BILIOUS, are Dr. Charles A. Van Zandt’s ANTI-BILIOUS HEALTH RESTORATIVE PILLS. They cure safely and certainly, without preventing the patient from attending to his business, and are the only sure remedy of BILIOUSNESS and ALL ITS ATTENDANT PLAGUES, ever placed before the people. They open the pores cleanse the stomach, restore the biliary ducts to health ful operation, and perform miracles in the way of pre serving health, and preventing the spread of dangerous maladies. Phis invaluable medicine will also correct a depraved appetite, strengthens the nerves or any other debilitated part of the system, remove those dull head aches which arc premonitory of Liver Complaints, and generally accomplish what it takes DOZENS OF OTHER MEDICINES TO DO. All this is performed through a concise knowledge of one plain fact, viz : that there is but ONE C AUSE for troubles of this kind, and that a medicine so made as to strike at the root of this cause, must of a necessitv ANNIHILATE DISSIPATE all its subsequent results, which medical incompetency has so badly treated. J Yes—BILIOUSNESS involves an infinity of disorders, all of which render life a curse and death a relief Bil iousness is simply a manifestation of disease of the Liver, and if not taken IN TIME, will eventually send the sufferer to “ that bourne from whence no traveller returns.” Let a bilious affection have sway, and it will end ip induration or abcess of the liver, producing, as it commits its SECRET AND INSIDIOUS ravages. Dyspepsia, Gout Epilepsy, Heart disease, in ternal disorders of all kinds, foul stomach, Headaches, Mania, Hypochondria, Internal Spasms and Strictures, Hysterica, Shortness of Breath, Mucous Expectorations, Pains m the Breast, Dry Coughs, Sore Throat, Dropsy! Apoplexy, all species oi wasting fevers, capricious ap petite, or loss of it; Scurvy, Chlorosis, Jaundice,Neu ralgia, Palpitations, severe Costiveness, and an hundred other fearful complaints which are too numerous to mention. We can prove to anybody’s satisfaction that these pills will completely renovate the humane frame and CURE PERMANENTLY “J, Ithese 1 these iHs by driving away every improper condition of the bile and liver. BILIOUSNESS being produced by a hot climate, by a changeable atmosphere, by damps and fogs, this medi cine, unequalled as it is, is just the thing for TllE WEST, Where men ore exposed to all the causes and effects of Bile: —to THE SOUTH, Where Liver Complaints seems to be epidemical: TO THE SEA, excellent Cathartic is invariably the Preserver oi Life and Happiness. Let no one suffer hereafter, but buy Dr. Van Zandt’s Anti-Bilious, Health Restorative Pills, and be strong, and mentally as well as physically vigorous. The sedentary want it, and can procure J NOTHING BETTER. In short all the virtues of the pharmaccepia are com prised m these little pellets of life. o should be without ho . le sale, and Retail, by Wvatt & Ketcham, 12LFulton street; Geo. O. Gunn, 311 Bleeker street-E M Guion, 127 Bowery, N Y ; Mrs. Hays, 139 Fulton ’st’. Y an z ‘4 ndt > corner Smith and Dean st., Brooklyn and by druggists generally throughout the United States Price 25 Cents a Box. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS CLOTHING WAREHOUSE. 102 FULTON STREET—THE OLD STAND. Second block east of Broadway. (Directly opposite the old North Dutch Church.) [Lz- WHERE every new style of Ready Made Cloth ing may be had to suit the pocket and taste of the most fashionable and economical. Having sold off’ all nur OLD STOCK, wo onen this SPRING with A NFW STOCK of fashionable goods bought for CASH. Dress and Frock Coats, from $7,00 to sl6 00 Office Coats, “ $ 2 ,00 to $7,50 The new spring style Short Skirt Frock and Shad Coat, from $2,50 to SB,OO Summer Coats, from si iO o to SIO,OO Fancy Cass, and Plain Black Pants, from $2,60 to $6,00 Fancy Linen, Shepherd’s Plaid, and every description of summer stuffs, from SI,OO to $3,50 Vests of every style and description of goods of the latest patterns, from 75 cts. to $3,00 Also, a large assortment of Cloths, Cassimers, and Vestings, which will be made to measure, to suit the most lastidious. Remember the Old Stand, 102 Fulton street, opposite the North Dutch Church. D. P. SMITH, formerly, W. H. Degroot & Co. HOTELS AND STEAMBOATS. THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on hand a layge assortment of WHITE ENGLISH STONE WARE,, of a superior quality ; also, the dark blue ; with a large assortment of GLASS, various qualities, AT THE LOWEST CITY PRICES. WARE LOANED in large quantities, at the shortest notice. PUNCIT BOWLS, all sizes. ENGLISH AND FRENCH CHINA on hand. VASES and CLOCK SHADES, of various sizes. F. HADLEY, 209 GREENWICH STREET, between Vesey and Barclay sts. GEORGE F. NESBITT, STATIONER AND .PRINTER, Tontine Buildings, corner of Wall and Water streets, New York, takes this method of informing the public that he con tinues to execute orders for JOB PRINTING in every variety, at his old established place of business where he has been located for near a quarter of a cen- UI JdRNER OF WALL AND WATER STREETS, and that he has made many additions to his before un surpassed facilities for executing orders, including tlie celebrated YANKEE CARD PRESS, with an extended and beautiful assortment of small Job Types, by which means he is enabled to print Cards cheaper than any other establishment. LARGE POSTING BILLS, plain or in a variety of colors, printed in a superior man ner, and at prices agreeing with the usual charges of this establishment. BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONARY. A full supply, including Account Books of every de scription of size, style or pattern, and every article in the Stationary line, either imported or of domestic manufacture. HOVER’S FIRST PREMIUM INKS can also be had in large or small quantities of the sub scriber, who is the Manufacturer’s Agent, at the lowest manufacturer’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 offered to Printers without further recom mendation. GEORGE F. NESBITT, Stationer and Printer, corner of Wall and Water sts. J. T. BARRY’S TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 300 1-2 BOWERY. JTaB., has just received a splendid assortment of • Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, which he is pre pared to make up in garments to suit the most difficult, both as regards fits, style, workmanship and price. 1 hose wishing to purchase, would do well to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Strangers visiting the city are particularly invited to call. J. T BARRY, 300 I 2 Bowery OLU MBIAN GARDEN 8c LADI ES SALOONS No. 200 AND 200 1-2 BOWERY, Opposite Rivington St. THIS splendid establishment having been entirely re modeled and fitted up in the latest style and most beautiful manner, for the comfort and ease of its numer ous patrons, • IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON. The proprietor having taken in the adjoining premises makmg the Garden and Saloon, much larger than last year, flatters himself that he will now be able to com pete with any other establishment of the kind in the city. .v , e CREAMS and other refreshments will be of the best quality, which together with active and obli"- > n S'and strict attention to the wants and com fort of Ills v'S'tors, the proprietor confidently places hlmseli before the public, for a share of their patronage JOSEPH E. EBLING, Sole Proprietor. To Country Merchants, Retail Dealers and Others CATHARINE STREET BAZAAR. LH. ABBEY &'CO., wholesale and retail dealers in • English, French and German Fancy Goods and I oys, consisting m part of cutlery, stationary, jewelry perfumery soaps combs, brushes, pocket-books! razor strops, buttons, thread, needles, hooks and eyes, beads kid and wax dolls wooden, tin and pewter toys with a general variety of other articles, which will be sold in small quantities at wholesale prices L. H. ABBEY, ■>, . } VAI - B - ‘MOORE, Jr. -C Catharine street, one door below Henry. SEGARS AND TOBACCO. JOHN ANDERSON & CO., Nos. 2 WALL 213 and 2V> DUANE STREETS, Importers of Choice Se|a“,> Manufacturers of the Honey Dew Fine Cut Che wifi" and Smoking Tobacco and Snuff’. Highest premium awarded by the American Institute, 1813,1811 and 1815 N. B—All goods of our manufacture are sold on the most reasonable terms, and warranted superior or thev can be returned and the money refunded J GARDNER’S HOTEL, ~ ' LATE PHILADELPHIA HOTEL, Corner of Battery Place and Washington Street. THE travelling public are respectfully invited to the . above quiet, airy, and agreeable establishment, wmeh has been lately refurnished in a handsome style and it is the determination of the Proprietor to sustain the reputation this house has acquired of being one of the best conducted in the city. Gentlemen visiting the Battery and its vicinity, will find his Bar furnished with the first quality of Vies Wines, Liquors, Segars, &c. ASA GARDNER. ’ EYE AND EAR. DR. POWELL, OCULIST, AURIST, BcC. 261 Broadway corner of Warren St. ATTENDS exclusively to Diseases of the Eye and xx. Ear, from nine to four o’clock. ■ AnWirilV B ’i?&§% u ? nting ’ S urc^. in a few minutes. AKllhlClAL EYES inserted without an operation that cannot be distinguished from the natural. DR. 1 OW E L L , has just published a popular Treatise on the Eye, its imperfectionsand their cure 1 rules for the selection of Spectacles, &c. Io be had at the Author’s, and of all Booksellers. TO SODA WATER MANUFACTRERS A N ?i otlier , s - & Go. t s celebrated Syrups, whole and retail. The subscribers beg leave to in with they are, prepared to furnish them ftfv^iA« P fl nor syrus, in quantums from Ito 500 gals, of various flavors, viz..sarsaparilla, lemon ginger ktoo wp r 7d C - &C ; Tte superiority of RAPPS fyApi no chHi \ nO '\ n to noetl comment. Manufactory, No win K st - N - B JUST PUBLISHED, A POPULAR TREATISE ON THE £YE, WITH Engravings, Bvo.—paper 50 cents, muslin 75 cents—comprising a familiar description of the anatomy and physiology of the organ of vision, rules for the preservation, improvement and restoration of sight, remarks on optics and the use and abuse of spec tacles, with directions for their selection—by James W. Powell, M. ])., Oculist, Aurist, &c. To be had at the author’s, 261 Broadway, corner of Warren street, and of all booksellers. PHRENOLOGY. 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The above, with a general assortment of Law Books, and all tke new State Reports, as soon as published ; Law Libraries, and the Profession, supplied on the best terms,by BANKS, GOULD & CO., Law Booksellers and Publishers, -No. 144 Nassau street. DANIEL SWEENY, Late of 11 Ann street. New York. Removed to 66 Chatham street.— The un dersigned, at the approach of the travelling season, deems it necessary to apprise those who may not be aware of the fact, that, in order to extend his business, as well as his limits of accommodation, he has removed to 66 Chatham street, within a few doors of Chambers, and nearly opposite Duane, where he has opened a Saloon, on precisely the same plan as his former one ; but in extent, comfort and airiness, not surpassed by any in the city. The enlargement of his sphere has been de manded by the increasing patronage of the public, and his present location has been selected as a central posi tion for citizens as well as strqngers. He therefore soli cits the attention of the public,-both resident and tran sient, to his new position, where they will find not only the substantial elements of life in every required form, but each of a quality that has secured him the reputa tion he now enjoys, and which he is determined to main tain. As the above is the only establishment he either owns or is in any manner nominally or otherwise connected with, ho hones his friends and the public will remember that this is the only saloon of the undersigned, and sole proprietor, DANIEL SWEENY. BILL OF FARE. DINNER. Roast Beef, 6d Boiled Mutton, 6d Roast Lamb, 6d Corned Beef, cd Roast Veal, 6d Pork and Beans, 6d Roast Pork, 6d Beef Soup, 6d Roast Chicken, is 6d Mutton Soup, 6d Roast Goose, Is 6d Chicken Soup, is Roast Turkey, Is 6d Veal Pie, 6d Roast Duck, Is 6d Meat Pie, cd Roast Pig, Is Clam Pie, cd Sirloin Steak, Is 3d Boiled Fish, 6d Chicken Pot Pie, Is (Rice or Mush and Milk, 9d DESSERT. Plum Pudding, 6d Apple Pie, 6d Indian Pudding, 6d Plum Pie, 6d Suet Pudding, 6d Peach Pie, 6d Bread Pudding, 6d Apple Dumplings, 6d Rice Pudding, 6d Mince Pie, 6d Custard Pie, 6dtCranberry Pie, 6d breakfast and tea. Beefsteak, 6d Hot Corn Bread, 6d Veal Cutlet, 6d Indian Cakes, Gd Mutton Chops, 6d Boiled Eggs, 6d Ham and Eggs, Is 6d Fried Eggs, 6d Fried Tripe, 6d Broiled Mackerel, 6d Fried Sausages, 6d Buckwheat Cakes, 6d Fried Fish, 6d Toast, 6d Fried Clams, 6d Hot Muffins, 6d Fried Liver, 6d Hot Rolls, 6d Fried Ham, Is Fried Potatoes, 3d Fish Balls, 6*l Tea & Coffee, 3 cents each Hash, fid Extra Bread, 3d Stewed Kidneys, 6d Brown Bread, 3d ' OPEN ON SUNDAY. SWEET S REFRESHMENT SALOON. NO. 8 FULTON STREET. THE undersigned having recently taken the above premises, formerly occupied by the Pearsalls, while returning his thanks for the public support thus far received, would respectfully call the attention ol icsldenis mid sliuiigui-s Uiu uUdilioiml inducements field out to secure tlieir patronage. Though his prices Are as low as at any other establishment in the city, his arrangements arc such as at all times to provide the very best the season and markets afford. The commodious dining and lodging appartments have been completely refitted, and for the convenience of strangers, he has added a neat reading and smoking room. BILL OF FARE. DINNER. Roast Beef, 6d Boiled Mutton, Caper Roast Lamb, 6d • Sauce, ig Roast Veal, 6d Oyster Pie, is Roast Pork, 6d Cnicken Fricasee Is ( orned Beef, 6d Fried Oysters, 2s Corned Ham, fid Stewed Oysters. is (’orned Pork 6d Raw Oysters, is Boiled Ham, . 6d Sirloin Steak, is Pork and Beans, 6d Rump Steak, is Boiled Fish. 6d Tenderloin Steak, ls6d beef Steak Pie, 6d Porter House Steak, 2s ( lam Pie, cd Ham and Eggs, ls6d Boiled Mutton, plain 6d Mutton Chop, is Lamb Pie, 6d Lamb Chop, i 3 Veal Pie, 6d Veal Cutlets, is Roast Turkey, 6d Broiled Chicken, 2s Ifoast Goose, Is Beef steak & Onions, is cd Roast Duck, Is Calves Head, is Roast Chicken, Is Fish Chowder, is Chicken Pie, Is Bread and Butter, cd Boiled Turkey, Oyster Extra Bread, 3d Sauce, Is Extra Vegetables, 3d DESSERT. Plum Pudding, Cd Craberry Sauce, 3<J Suet do Cd Apple Flitters, cd Bread do Cd Apple Dumplings, cd Tapioca do cd Cranberry Pie, cd Indian do Cd Apple do 6d Rice do Cd Mince do cd Sago do Cd Plum do cd Macaroni Cd Peach do cd Rice and Milk. 9d Custard do cd Bread and Milk, 9d Pumpkin do cd BREAKFAST and tea. Beef Steak, 6d Fish Balls, cd Pork Steak, cd Broiled Mackerel, cd Mutton Chop, cd Broiled Ham, is Veal Cutlets, Cd Buckwheat Cakes, Cd !< ned Liver, 6d Indian Cakos, fid Fried Fish, Cd Hot Rolls, c I Fried Eels, cd Eztra Bread, 3d Fried Clams, 6d Tea. 3d Fried Tripe, Cd Coffee, 3d Kned Sausages, 6d Eggs, each, 3d b ned Shad, 6d Omelet, is Boarding and Lodging by the day or week. [CZ’ Open on Sunday. A. M. SWEET, No. 8 Fulton street' GANTER’S REFRESHMENT SALOON, NO. 11 ANN STREET. sweeny’s old stand. HARRY GANTER, (successor to D. SWEENY,) would respectfully inform the patrons of this estab lishment, and the public in general, that he is prepared to furnish all who may call upon him with the delica cies of the season, prepared in the best manner, and served by waiters who are polite, prompt and attentive. The proprietor flatters himself, that as he has been in this establishment for a number of years, under the former proprietor, he will be able to maintain its pre vious reputation. At all events, he is determined that no exertion on his part shall be wanting to give all entire satisfaction. DINNER. Roast Beef, cd Boiled Mutton, Cd Roast Lamb, 6d Corned Beef, Cd Roast Veal, 6d Pork and Beans, Cd Roast Pork, Cd Beef Soup, 6d Roast Chicken, Is 6d Mutton Soup, Cd Roast Goose, is Cd Chicken Soup, Is Roast Turkey, Is Cd Veal Pie, Cd Roast Duck, Is Cd Meat Pie, Cd Roast Pig, is (Ham Pie, cd Oyster Pie, is Boiled Fish, fid Chicken Pot Pic, Is Rice or Mush and Milk, 9d dessert. Plum Pudding, cd Apple Pie, fid Indian Pudding, cd Plum Pie, cd Suet Pudding. 6d Peach Pie, fid Bread Pudding, 6d Apple Dumplings, Cd Rice Pudding, 6d Mince Pie, cd Custard Pie, 6d Cranberry Pie, Cd BREAKFAST AND TEA. Beef Steak, cd Hot Corn Bread, Cd Veal Cutlet, cd Indian Cakes, fid Mutton Chops, cd Boiled Eggs, Cd Ham and Eggs, is Fried Eggs, 6d Fried Tripe, Gd Broiled Mackerel, Cd Fried Sausages, cd Buckwheat Cakes, Gd Fried Fish, • cd Toast, fid Fried Clams, cd Hot Muffins, Gd Fried Liver, 6d Hot Rolls, Gd Ham, 9d F'ried Potatoes, Gd Fish Balls, cd Tea and Coffee, 3 cts. each Hash, cd Extra Bread, 3d Stewed Kidneys, • cd Brown Broad, 3d , Bj” OPEN ON SUNDAYS, CREDON’S DOMESTIC EATING SALOON, NO. 43 CANAL STREET, TWO DOORS EAST OF BROADWAY. BREAKFAST. Bowl of Coffee, 3d Doughnuts, id Bowl of Milk, 3.1 Fried Liver, cd Butter Cake, Id Fried Fish, cd , 211 Fried Eels, Gd Codfish Cake, cd Yankee Hash, cd Eggs, 2d Beefsteak, cd DINNER, Roast Beef, cd Veal Pie, cd Roast Pork, cd Beef Soak Pie, • cd Roast Veal c.l Veal Pot Pio. Cd Corned Beef, cd Chicken Pot Pie, Cd Boiled Ham, cd Fried Clams, Gd Clam Pic, 6d Pork and Beans, Cd SUPPER. Connecticut Pie, 4d I Mush and Milk, Cd New York Pie, 4d Samp and Milk, 6d 1 6d I Oyster Soup, a bowl, Gd Hot Coffee and a general assortment on hand any hour during the dayjand evening. OPEN ON SUNDAYS. PRESERVE YOUR TEETH ’ DR. REED, DENTIST, Ai?qnci!-KT : mpnmJ', RE, i r ’ near the Bowery. itiih jab lEE LH of surpassing beauty, insert in’ s , et ’ 111 a su Perior manner. "Beu 'Vith gold and made useful for many years. * very moderate charges, to ex- tend the benefit of his operations to all classes of the community—the poor as well as the rich —and will be pleased to give gratuitously, such advice and directions lor the prevention and cure of the diseases of the teeth and gums, and regulating the teeth of children, as a thorough anatomical knowledge and a familiarity with . the most eminent authors and practitioners have enabled him to give. References to numerous families and the medical faculty, leeth extracted lor the poor, gratis. Uflice, No. 8 Bleeker street, near the Bowery. DR. J. MASON, &TCOS NEW YORK HEALTH EMPORIUM, No. 309 1-2 Broadway, West Side, above Duane St., And No. 51 Carmine Street. DR. J. MASON & CO., announce respectfully that they have opened offices as above, for the sale of their universally approved MEDICINES, for every disease to which the human system is liable. Dr. M s medicines will radically cure the most compli becn desirfireel a^er VCB of patients have Certificates in abiindance, from well known indivi- Jaa 1 A , 'D may i be seen by calling at the Principal Office, 309 1-2 Broadway. AWW to in at ‘ eadanc ’’ to glve “ dvico SARSAPARILLA SYRUP. . ONLY CENTS PER QUART. KAA FORFEITED if Dr. Ivans’ Sarsaparilla yVVSYiiup, is not as good,if not superior to any sold, and the very best purifier of the blood—warranted free from any vegetal)!' -1 or mineral poison. To preserve health, purify th.- blood. To restore health, the blood must be purified, and the cheapest, the safest, and most speedy way to accomplish this, is to use this great al terative medicine. - No man, woman or child, should be without it at this season of the year, and the low )m JCC a * it.i s sold brings it wi thin the reach of all. I here is no risk in using this medicine, either to health or purse, and it is warranted to cure in almost every case of disease for which it is recommended, or the money will be refunded—that is, by a persevering use of the Syrup, a proper attention to diet, and an oc casional use of Dr. Ivans’ Anti-Billious Vegetable Pills, viz., F*, 11 ®’ 8 l‘- v V> Erysipelas, Scald Head, Cancer, Obsti nate Ulcers, Liver Complaints, Dizziness in the Head, Palpitation ol the Heart, St Anthony’s Fire. Rickets, Salt lVV? urn ’ P a l s y> Dyspepsia, Rheumatism,. Asthma, and all diseases arising from an impure state of the blood or habit ol system. Sold at the Proprietor’s Botanical Store, 181 Grand st., west of the Bowery, and at 226 Bowery, where also may be had a general assortment of Botanic Medicines. Also, Dr. lvans ’ Sarsaparilla Beer, a healthy and de lightful beverage, as hundreds who have drank this Sarsaparilla Cream will bear testimony. Ash purifier of the blood it is unequalled. Dyspeptic persons should use it freely. Price per quart 4 cents; per glass, 2 and 3 cents. P- S.—All orders accompanied with the money, for five gallons or upwards, will bo sent in kegs anti bar rels to any part of the United States, together with medical advice, which in all cases is given without charge. A liberal discount made to those who purchase lor retail. All letters and orders directed to Dr. Ivans, 181 Grand street, N. ¥., will be punctually attended to. There is no rcalloccasion for Sickness. THE VIS MEDICATRIX NATUR/E EXPLAINED.’ S»The human constitution is so admirably ormed, that, disease and misery are almost invariab,: chargeable to us —not o nature ; and it is universally admitted by the great authorities in medicine, that most cures are effect ed, not by the actual art of the physician, but by his ability to follow or assist that beautiful and over-vigilant principle in the body to which the name of Via Medi catrix Nature has long been given. Now, the gene ral source of disease is the introduction into the blood, through the faulty digestion of the food, of various im purities—and, the general obstacle to the free operation of this health-preserving power, is, DERANGEMENT OF THE ORGANS OFfDIGESTION and CONSTIPA TION. That such a power as this existed in the human body has long been known, and that was all. Dr. Ralph, by close study and application to this subject during an extensive practice of nearly forty years, has succeeded in discovering accurately and perfectly the true nature and mode of action of this Health power, and also a medicinal compound which would operate in perfect agreement with it. DR. RALPH’S PILLS, therefore, act with Nature—assist her not only in Re moving Disease, but in Maintaining Health. Hence, it is truly declared, “they are founded on the only principle in Nature, on which an universal remedy can be safely and conscientiously recommended to the World.” gOne box—even a single dose will establish their supe riority. OZz" REMEMBER—a single dose, acting so gently that the person forgets he has taken medicine, will at once and positively avert a threatened disease, and leave a feeling of ease and serenity that can follow no other. A gentleman under similar circumstances, lately made use of the following words to express this feeling—he said he felt as if he had taken “A NEW LEASE OF HIS LIFE.” Sold in Boxes at 25 Cents, and in Family Packages at sl, in which is much saving of expense. The directions with each box are full of useful information, which no one who values health should be without: much of it is especially to Females and Mothers. Sold by Henry Johnson, 273 Broadway, corner of Chambers street; John B. Dodd, 771 Broadway, corner of Ninth street; J. &1. Coddington 303 Hudson corner Spring st.; A. L. Winship, (Sand’s) 77 East Broadway, corner Market st; Dr. LftWis, (Badeau’s) 2GO Bowery; also at 478 Bowery. INTERESTING TO EYERY All Diseases and Complaints peculiar to the Female Sex, yield to the powerful influence of DR. 11. LE REE’S PERSIAN FEMALE VEGETABLE PILLS. The Persian Female Vegetable Pills, are the only sure, safe and efficacious Remedy for the cure of those com plaints which females only are subject to. Free from all preparations of Mercury, Calomel, Antimony, &c. but compounded of ingredients of the most intrinsic me dicinal value, they act effectually upon the whole sys tern, without injury to the future health of the patient, They give strength for weakness, health for sickness, ease and enjoyment of life for pain and misery. To the drooping maid, who has long been suffering from the effects of monthly irregularities, obstructions of the mense, unnatural'flows,-lencorrhcea, fluor albus, &c They impart the bright hue of health upon her cheek, and renew' again a sound mind in a sound body- These Pflls are a certain remedy for Incipient Con sumption, Indigestion, Nervous Debility, Pain in the Limbs, Alternate Flushings of Heat, Hysteria, Barren ness or Sterility, General Weakness. Nausea, Costive ness, and all the functional diseases of the uterine sys tem. READ WHAT PHYSICIANS SAY. Sir—l have used your “ Persian Female Pills,” in seve ral cases of Chlorosis, and have found them the best emmenagogue and tonic medicine I ever used. J. POLLOCK, E. D., 133 Green street. I know the principal ingredients of “ Dr. Le Ree’s Persian Female Pills,” and can testify that, for their peculiar purposes, they cannot be excelled. SAMUEL L. HOLLY, M. D., 659 Broadway. Principal Office and Agency, in America, is 91 Hudson street. Price, 75 cents per box. This medicine will be carefully packed and forwarded to any part of the Union. All letters addressed to Dr. Le Ree, must be post paid. The only authorized Retail Agents are—Dr. Moss, cor nor Grand and Cannon streets; Dr. A. W. Gabaudan, 51 Sixth Avenne; 141 Eighth Avenue ; Mrs. Hansell, 167 Division street; C. Ring, 192 Broadway, and Mrs. Hayes, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn; E. H. Trippe, Newark; A. C. Watson, Rahway. Sold wholesale and retail by Wyatt & Ketcham, 121 Fulton street; C. Ring, 192 Broadway, N. Y. H. LE REE, M. D.,91 Hudson street. INSTANTANEOUS LIQUID HAIR DYE~ BATCHELOR’S Instantaneous Liquid Hair Dye is uni versally acknowledged to be the best article yet dis covered for coloring the hair. Its increasing popularity fully assures the proprietor of this invaluable recipe that the time is not far distant when the prejudice against dyeing the hair will be entirely obliterated, and that it will soon be as uncommon to see the head and face disfigured by grisly or elfin locks as it is now an every day occurrence. And why is it so ? because hitherto all the efforts of chemistry and ingenuity have entirely failed to produce an infallible dye for thq hair ! Centuries ago the Tyrian ladies afe said to have had the patience to soak their hair for hours at a time in boiling liquid, for the purpose of hiding those unwelcome in truders. The people of our own day have grown weary of plastering their hair, and then bandaging it up for hours at a time, just to chara color into the hair, even though it is ultimately burnt entire from the head. For several years, Batchelor has given his undivided atten tion to the subject of dyeing- the hair. He has spared neither time, money, nor patience, to accomplish this desirable object. Nothing daunted by innumerable failures he still pursued experiment, until perfect suc cess has attended his exertions, and he is now happy to inform the public that he has for sale a liquid dye that will instantly change red or gray hair to a perfectly even and natural color, black or brown, without injury to the hair or skin, and when dyed the hair will be as soft and elastic as ever it was, the only change percepti ble being absence of unsightly color. For sale, whole sale and retail, at WM. BATCHELOR’S, No. 2 Wall st., near Broadway. Price—Whisker bottles, §1; double size for the hair, $1,50. Note—The proprietor has private rooms for coloring the hair or whiskers, at No. 2 « />,, v the ad- dress. GOTHIC HALL BOWLING SALOON, CHARLES D. STILES, No. 316 Broadway, New York. This splendid Bowling Saloon has just undergone a complete and entire renovation throughout, and is now unequalled by any similar establishment in the world. The alleys, eight in number, are all new, having just been constructed of the finest material, under the imme diate personal supervision of the proprietor, by the best workmen in the city. The whole interior of this magnificent place has been refitted, newly painted and decorated, and furnished with all the necessary facilities that can be desired. A. new Bar has been erected, which will be supplied with choice Liquors, Wines, and Segars, and every attention will be rendered to make it an agreeable resort for gentlemen at all times. Two Billiard Rooms, quiet and retired, arc connected with the above establishment. TYPE AT REDUCED PRICES. TYPES and all other Printing materials, manufactured at Conner’s United States Type and Stereotype Foundry, corner of Ann and Nassau streets, New York can be had at 18 per cent, deduction from old prices. The undersigned respectfully inform the old patrons of the Type and Stereotype Foundry formerly known as James Conner’s, and more recently as Conner & Cooke’s, and the public in general, that they arc pre pared to execute orders for Printing Types, Presses Chases, Cases, Imposing .Stones, Ink, Frames, and every other article necessary to form complete Printing Estab lishments, on as favorable terms and of as good a quality as any other establishment in the United States. Borders, Cuts, Brass Rule, and all other articles manu factured at this establishment, at the same reduced rates. New articles got up to order, on being furnished with patterns. The Type cast at this'establishment is, both in the style of face and the material of which it is made, par ticularly adapted for service in newspaper printing New York. 1847. JA$. CONNER & SON. c U’yP e on which this paper is printed was cast at the above Foundry. WALKER’S HOTEL. NO 31 PARK ROW, NEXT DOOR TO LOVEJOY’S, FRONTING the park, opposite the fountain. Kept on the European plan. Lodging by the day, week, month or year. BENJAMIN WALKER, Proprietor. HEALTHFUL EXERCISE. THE subscriber would respectfully inform the gentle men of Brooklyn and New York, that he has taken ATLANTIC HALL, Opposite the South Ferry Brooklyn, In the block between State and Atlantic Streets, com prising SIX of the most SPLENDID BOWLIN G ALLEYS that can be built. In the arrangement of this establishment every care has been taken to render it one of the most pleasant resorts in the country. The beautiful view of the Bay and Harbor, and the city of New York, are alone worth a visit. •GEORGE LOVERING. GARDNERSINIMITABLE LIQUID HAIR DYE, ANEW and extraordinary discovery, which instan taneously changes the color of the hair to a beauti ful brown or black, without injury to the hair or skin. This invaluable dye is entirely free from the numer ous objections to all other dyes heretofore in use, and has never failed in a single instance of complete suc cess, when properly applied. To prevent imposition and fraud, each direction will bear the signature of the inventor, R. G. GARDNER. Tobe had wholesale and retail at his Wig, Curl and Perfumery Store, 91 Canal street; also of Henry John son, corner of Broadway and Chambers street; A. B. & D. Sands, 100 Fulton, corner of William street; T. Wil liams, Newark, N. J. ADAMS’ FANCY BAZAAR, 198 CHATHAM SQUARE, NEW YORK. (Established 1839 at 121* Chatham Street.) WILLIAM ADAMS, Dealer in every description of Gold, Gilt and Plated Jewelry, Gold, Silver, and Plated Watches ; also, every description of French Accordions, Toys, Fancy Goods, Pocket Cutlery, &c. &c. &c. PLEASE NOT TO FORGET THE NAME AND NUMBER. ADAMS’ FANCY BAZAAR, 198 (’hatham Square, near the Bowery. JOHN M. SMITH*, ' " Z The original refrigerator manufac turer, No. 468 Broadway. Also, Depot for King’s and Bates’ superior Shower Baths. The subscriber has rented as above, for the convenience of those who do not wish to come to his Manufactory. He has now on hand and will keep for sale during the season, his most improved styles of Refrigerators of every size, and would merely mention his patronage throughout the United States, as a guarantee for the superiority of his articles. King’s Shower Baths, a very superior article, always on hand. Also, Bates’ do. N. B.—Orders received at his Store, 468 1-2 Broadway, or at his Factory, 185 Church street. MONTHLY REPORT FOR APRIL, OF THE NEW YORK MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, 75 CHAMBERS STREET. CASES SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. 8 Indigestion, Acidity, &c., 2 Inflammation and dis- 14 Examined to detect dis- charge from Ear, eases of the Lungs, 5 Palpitation of the heart, 3 Tic Doloreaux face, 1 Ulcer on the nose, 2 Quinsy Sore Throat, 1 Asthma, Spasmodic, 1 Acute Rheumatism, 5 Inflammation of Eyes, 2 Scurvy of the Gums, 1 Abdominal Dropsy, 3 Partial Deafness, 6 Gonorrhoea, 13 Sem’al Weakness, 3 Secondary Venerea], 4 Impotency, 4 Irregular Menstruation 3 Gleet of long standing, 7 Primary Chancres, 5 Debility and loss of ap- 2 Pain in the Left Side, petite, 2 Tertiary Venereal, 3 Midwifery, 3 Balanites, 2 Incontinence of the Urine 5 Pain in the Loins, 1 Retension of the Urine, 8 Falling of the Womb. SUCCESSFUL OPERATIONS AND CURES. 1 Fracture of the Tibia, 1 Operation for Imperto -1 Fracture of the Thumb, rate Anus. The child 14 Stricture in Urethra, has entirely recovered. 2 Encysted tumor rem’d, These operations are 2 Operations for Hydro- rare, and the recovery cele, after them still more so. 4 Sore Legs of long stand- Dr. B. was assisted by ing, the best sugeon in New 1 Tumor removed from York. This is one of Eye-lid, the greatest perform- 2 Tonsils Removed, ances in sugery. 1 Operation for Phomosis, 1 Dislocation Reduced, 2 Urinary Fistulas, 2 Operations for Squinting 1 Nose bit off and put on Several Abscesses open’d.’ again, The poor attended to at 1 o’clock without charge. H BOSTWICK, Acting f<•>».4, AMUSEMENTS. PARK THEATRE. Mzaxtta a , BENEFIT OF MR. BASS. ONDAY EVENING, May 21, the performance will commence with MAN OF THE WORLD.-MacSycophant, Mr. Bass; Lord Lumbercourt, G. Andrews; Egerton, Dyott; Lady Macbycophant, Mrs. Barry; Constantia, Miss Kate Horn After which, atiV ILLUSION D’UN PEINTRE.-Donna Francisca, Mlle. Blangy: Maria, Miss Vallee. Alter which, RACE FOR. A DINNER. —Sponge, Mr. Barret; Dal ton, Pearson; Measurton, Adrews Io conclude with LA NAPOLITAINE, by Mlle. Blangy. Doors open at quarter to 7 o’clock, and the Curtain wi ! rise at a quarter past 7 o’clock. Loxes, $1 ; lit, 50 Cents ; Gallery, 25 Cents. BOWERY THEATRE. May 21 * tlxo performance will commence with HAMLET -Hamlet, Mr. Booth; Horatio, Mr. Clarke; Marcellus, Milner; Ophelia, Mrs. Booth To conclude with T?A a A e ’ Bernet, Milner; Le Kain, Tilton; Lucille, Mrs. Wilkinson. Doors open at 6 1-2 o’clock Performanco’commence at 7 o clock. Boxes, 25 cents ; Pit and Gallery 12 1-2 cents. C H ATHA M~THETTR eT“ MONDAY EVENING, May 24, the performance will commence with KING’S GARDNER—Ferdinand, Mr Salisbury; Galo chard, Winans; Mad Galochard, Mrs. Laforest. After which— WlTCH.—Washinton, Mr. Fenno; Hammond, Greene- Jane, Mrs. Flynn; Hager Raven, Greene. To conclude with JONN Y ATKINS.—Jonny Atkins, Mr. Winans; Pe dant, Salisbury; Fanny, Mrs. Laforest. Doors open at half-past 6 o’clock. Performance to com mence at 7 o’clock, precisely. Box 25 cents ; Pit, 12 1-2 cents ; Private Boxes 50 cents. AME RIC A N MUSE UM . Day d Evening this week, commencing on MONDAY, May 21, 1817. Splendid Exhibitions and Performances, every afternoon at 3X. o’clock, and every evening at 8 o’clock, and VARIED EVERY EVENING. The Manager is happy in being able to announce an engagement for c , , ONE WEEK LONGER of that celebrated Low Comedian and Buffo Singer. JOHN DUNN, the “Rascal Jack,” who has performed with signal success the past few weeks to large and intelligentaudiences at the A?™?*?PJS r A ax l imcn t s still more attractive, he CHANGE HIS PERFORMANCES every evening. Also engaged, the celebrated and very talented i CHAPMAN FAMILY, composed of Mr. and Mrs. G. Chapman, Master and Miss C hapman, all of whom are of the highest standing in their profession. v LIVING CHIMPANZEE OR AV ORANG OUTANG!! /zK One ol the most interesting specimens li °i natural history ever seen. While W is without the power of speech, CLV slO seems to possess almost every other faculty of the human race. In- KmBB Z deed, she seems to be the U. GRAND CONNECTING LINK between the two great families, the HUMAN AND BRUTE CREATION. nia Y seen at all hours, both day Oevening, and to the curious in matters /r OF NATURE’S HANDIWORK, M she possesses an interest which no other animal or object in creation can possess. Ja Also engaged, the following talented performers: MISS STEVENS, a beautiful and accomplished Voca list, well known as a signal favorite at the best concerts. Her appearance here will be greeted with pleasure by all lovers of song. MISS GREENWOOD, Vocalist and Actress, MR. HARRISON, Comic Improvisatore Singer, MR. CONOVER. MISS E. JULIEN, the beautiful Danseuse. In addition, the magnificent representation of THE FUNERAL OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE ! one of the most gorgeous and interesting Scenic Spec tacles ever witnessed in any age or country, up wards of one thousand moving figures. WAX MODEL OF THE HUMAN BODY, to be seen at all hours at an extra charge of one shilling. MADAM ROCKWELL, the Fortune Teller. Admission, 25 cents ; children under 10.12 1-2 cents. VAUXHALL CONCERT ROOM. « MONDAY EVENING, May 24, the proprietor having determined to make this the most pleas ing and fashionable place of amusement in the city, has secured the valuable services of ’ AUSTIN PHLLIPS, MRS. SHARP. JEANIE REYNALSGN, MR. QUAYLE, MR. G. RAY. The whole under the direction of Mr. A. PHILLIPS, Wiith a variety of the most popular and amusing Songs, DuettSj Glees, Trios, Rounds and Catches, Sentimental, Patriotic and Comic, including many of Mr. Phillips’ re -1 cent comopositions on the Mexican War, such as The Battle of Monterey,” “ Buena Vista,” and “ Old Rough 1 and Ready.” Concert will commence at 8 o’clock. Tickets admit ting a gentleman and ladies, 25 cents. Free Admission to the Garden. The entertainments will be changed every evening. CASTLE GARDEN. A CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC « a WILL be given oh SUNDAY EVENING, i>May 23th, 1817, by Dodworth’s justly celebrated §5 Cornet Band. » PROGRAMME.—Part I. 1. Grand Introduction, A. Dodworth. 2. Inflamatus, from the Stabat Mater, Rossini. 3. Sound the Loud Tymbral, Avisor. 4. Andante, Schubert. 5. Cavatina (Bell Ragio) Rossini. 6. Prayer from Moses in Egypt, Rissini. INTERMISSION OF HALF AN HOUR. Part 11. 7. Andante, Bellini 8. Allegro, H. B. Dodworth. 9. Judgment Hymn, M. Luther. 10. “ Marvellous Works,”—from the Creation, Haydn. 11. Prayer from Zampa, Herold. 12. Hallelujah to the Fathers, from the Mount of Olives, Beethoven. Concert to commence atß o’clock. Admission 121-2 cts. [Tr’THE COSMORAMAS, have been re-arrangod, and can be seen at all times. MECHANICS' HAL ’ No. 472 Broadway, between Grand and Broome streets. FAREWELL CONCERTS. CHRISTY’S MINSTRELS, Have the honor of announcing, that by the solicitation of the heads of numerous families, they will continue for ONE WEEK LONGER, Their unprecedented Popular Concerts—which for a succession .of Thirteen Weeks, have been nightly crowded by the elite and fashion of the city. Admission 25 cents. Concert will commence at 8 o’clock. ATLANTIC GARDEN WILL OPEN FOR THE SEASON on WEDNES DAY, May 19th. Dodsworth’s Cornet Band will perform for this night only, until the Ist of June, when they will perform everv Monday, Wednesday and Fri day Evening during the season, commencing at 8 o’clock. WM. ALLISON, Proprietor. CIRCULAR. A/TISS JOSEPHINE BRAMSON, has commenced tui- LtA tion on the Piano Forte to Young Ladies and Gen tlemen, and will devote her entire time to the advance ment of her Pupils. Miss B. will teach at the residence of her patrons, and at her dwelling No. 79 Fourth street, near Charles street, and hones, that by assiduity and attention to her profes sional duties, she will merit, (as she ardently desires,) the approbation and patronage of her numerous friends and the public. Terms moderate and made known on application. Miss B. has given several public Concerts in this City. Miss B. respectfully takes leave to append hereto, the following testimonials in her favor. Certificate presented to Miss Josephine Bramson by eminent Professors of Music—" We have had the plea sure of hearing Miss Josephine Bramson at a private party, and must confess that we never before heard a Young Lady of her age play on the Piano Forte with all the rapidity, the precision, the steady time-keeping, and the taste ol an adult professor; she throws more force also, in the volumes of her tones, than we could have supposed her physical strength could accomplish. We feel confident she is destined to rival the greatest Pianist thus far known. Professors of New York. Piero Maroncelli, A. F. Henrich, Julius Metz Michele Rapetti, J. A. Kyle, U. C. Hill ’ George Loder, Austin Phillips, G. W. T. Jones. Professors of Philadelphia. S. Ehrlich,* Joseph Plight, C. F. Dudolph, B C. Cross C.Jaryis, C. F. Stolte, J. D. Coninct, I>. Dongo, Vincent Smith, Edward Barton, A. Ramhart, Augustus Caruisi. Professors of Boston. G. W.Webb, conductor of the Boston Academy of Music. Henry Schmidt, leader of the Philharmonic society. Wm. Keyser, leader of the Boston Academy of Music. J. U. Meader, C. Baldwyn, Edward L. White. J. R. Garcia, E. L. Walker, Professors of Baltimore. H. A. Allen, P. Petri, A. Metz. Professors of Hartford. W. J. Babcock, V. C. Taylor, Joseph Mond, 11. W. Grcatorex, James Barnet, Carl Lorenz. Miss B. would call attontiontion to the following from Aiderman Engs. New York, Dec. 9, 1846. Miss Josephine Bramson has been for some time a Teacher of Music in my family on the Piano, and 1 am authorised by my two daughters (both of competent years to judge) to say, that among the teachers they have had, (all of them in good standing as professors) she is most competent to teach. They tell me also, that one quarter of her teaching, has been worth to them three of some others. Her modesty and musical talent in my poor judgment, with the fact that her precocity of skill, gives her a rank that older members of the pro fession might envy, recommends her to those who would have their daughters proficients on the Piano. New York, March, 1847. p. W. ENGS. THE ANATOMICAL MUSEUM, ' QQQ BOWERY, is now open daily from 8 A. M., to 10 . and Wednesday exclusively for ladies till dark. It contains over 200 NATURAL WAX AND PLASTER MODELS, ol the various parts of the human body, among which a splendid ANATOMICAL VENUS, containing the various organs. ADMITTANCE -25 CENTS. DR. HASSELL continues successfully to prescribe lor patients laboring under various Chronic Diseases, at his office in the Museum every afternoon aud even ing, and devotes the morning to visit patients at their own residences. FISTULA, as usual, cured without an operation. ,Kz"DK-HASSELL also keeps a complete supply of all Dr Beach’s celebrated medicines and medicine Looks. THE RIO GRANDE SALOON. NO. 106 CHURCH STREET. THE subscriber would inform his friends and patrons, as well as the public in general, that he has at con siderable expense refitted and repainted his old estab lishment, being determined not to be behind in this age of improvement. Attached to the establishment there is a Pavillion, surrounded with delightful arbors—also, colored engravings, representing the whole progress of the army from the commencement of the war; being one of the finest places in the city to pass an hour agreeably. The place is always supplied with Ice Creams that have been pronounced A. No. 1, while the Saloon is always stocked with the most choice Fruits in season, Wines Liquors and Segars of the very best kinds. Game of every description in season. Steaks, Chops, Cutletts, &c., served up in the most elegant manner. Oysters in every style. In short the proprie tor is determined that no effort or attention on his part shall be wanting to make the Rio Grande Saloon one of the most delightful retreats in the city. GEORGE DOREMUS. FIFTH WARD (MUSEUM) HOTEL. THOMAS RILEY, PROPRIETOR. THE proprietor begs leave to call the attention of residents in the citv, and strangers from the coun try, to his collection of curiosities and antiquities, espe cially to these relics of our revolutionary time which he has been at great pains to gather together. He has recently enriched this latter department of the Museum Hotel, with the statue of William Pitt, which formerly stood in William street near Wall, but which was sup posed for years to be lost beyond recovery; and he has in his possession a portion of the leaden equestrian statue of George the 111, erected in the Bowling Green in 1769, only to be dragged from its pedestal, in 1776 bv the SONS OF LIBERTY. These togetherwith the (Lit?- nental uniform, complete of an officer and the powder horn of a soldier ol the Revolutionary army with a variety of other rare curiosities, including a’ perfect cabinet of gold silver and copper coins, from the ear liest coinage of Rome, down to the present day he will be at all times happy to exhibit to his fellow citizens— free of expense* DR. AMOS HULL’S UTERO-ABDOMIN AL SUPPORTER. THOMAS BOYD, M. D., makes the following state mentl have applied Dr. Hull’s apparatus for Prolapsus Uteri, with very much more success than 1 ever experienced in the old method; and 1 now recom mend it, to the entire exclusion of the Pessaries. From iny own repeated observation, I can with great confi dence assert that the apparatus of Dr. Hull, called the Utero-Abdominal Supporter, is a new and highly use ful improvement in that department of surgery which regards the nature and treatment of displacements of the womb.” HULL’S Truss Office, nn T >■ r> No / 4 v ?sey street, Astor House. [ET’The Ladies Department—a private suite of rooms —is placed under the especial charge of a qualified fe male attendant. DOWNS &. SILVA, PANCY FRAME MANUFACTURERS.—To Southern J- and Western Daguerreotype Operators and Looking Glass Dealers in General, those wishing to purchase their spring and summer stock of Daguerreotype frames, and mouldings in tlio length, would find it to their ad vantage to call and examine our stock of Rosewood, Walnut, Maple, Oak, Root and all other kinds of fancy wood, before purchasing elsewhere. Fellow’s charters and certificates framed, with all the emblems attached to it. Also, firemen’s certificates, and pictures of any description frame in the neatest possible style, and at the lowest prices. Like wise ornamental gilding in all its branches executed with dispatch. DOWNS 6c SILVA, 119 Walker street, east of Centre. NEW PUBLIC HOUSE. Corner of Division an Catharine Streets. (Formerly kept by Mr. Perkins.) MR. BROOKS, would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he will on Tuesday May 11, open the above house for the accommodation of those who feel disposed to patronize him. He would say that he has laid in a choice stock of Liquors, Ales, Wines and Segars, and promises that nothing shall be wanting on his part to make the house one of the most . ffieeable places in the city to spend an hour. MOST DELIGHTFUL OF ALL EXCURSION Hirer to ELYSIAN l)lF n i d nu he .’i a 'V, alk to “>.• ingly picturesque shores of the rla<-e°wlll ’prove Vile most early accomplished and attractive of ‘A cursions that can he made from the city. ral elr Ine ground now presents a charming asnert fha tr ®rh A ln and the soil covered wifhl Hch tirf i A ’i 0 ! V a i V? i n excellent order, having been consi* ‘lerably embellished the present spring. Boats from Barclay, Canal and Christo seats S rcets ’ aro com Pletely fitted up with awnings and 11 o’^lock° a^S fUn f rom to Barclay street until Ferriage, 6X cents. BULLS FERRY, FORT LEE &. HACKENRACK Fare to Bull’s Ferry aud Fort Lee, cents Do. Hackensack, from Fort Lee, 25 “ LANDING AT TILLOU’S DOCK. p Btea mboat FRANK. Capt. Isaac on and after Saturday, April io. will run until further notice, as follows: o’clock 0 A P M Lee every day ’ Sunda y g excepted, at s Leave New York, foot of Canal street, Sundays ex cepted, at 3 o’clock, P. M. . EXTRA TRIPS. On Saturdays, leaves Fort Lee at 4 o’clock, P. M. , T New York at 7 o’clock, A. M. On Monday leaves New York at 7 o’clock, A. M. SUNDAY ARRANGEMETS. TOUCHING AT HAMMOND AND NINETEENTH STS. Leaves Fort Lee at 6 o’clock, A.M., and 4 o’clock, P.M. “ New York at 10 oclock, A.M. .Stages for Hackensack will leave Fort Lee on the ar rival of the boat, every day, except Sundays, forth« present. PEOPLE’S LINE OF STEAMBOATS FOR ALBANY. DAILY—SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. Through Direct—At 6 o’clock, P. M.— the pier between Courtlandt and Liberty streets. ~,nt i a m m boat 1? A A C NEWTON, Capt. Wm. H. Peck. o’clocl° n Wednesday and Friday evenings, . Steamboat HENDRIK HUDSON, Capt. R. G. Crutteu evSnings, lt a 6 ' o e 'c?o n ck ay ’ Thur3da y and Saturday AT 5 P. M., LANDING AT INTERMEDIATE PLACES. a» t J'fpm the foot of Barclay street. Steamboat NORTH AMERICA, Uapt. R. H. Furey afternoons at*s Wedneßda r' Frida y an * Sunday Steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt. Thos. N. Hulse, will leave on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday after noons, at 5 o’clock. The above boats will at all times arrive in Albany in ample time lor the morning cars for the East ajid West, freight taken at moderate rates, and none taken after 4 1-2 o’clock, P. M. All persons are forbid trusting any of the Boats of this Line without a written order from the Captains or Agents. or freight, apply on board or to P. C. SCUHLTZ, at the office on the warf. CITIZENS NEW LINE OF OPPOSITION BOAT FOR ALBANY, t AND INTERMEDIATE PLACES „ Fare 50 Cents. Breakfast and Dinner on Board. Elegant Steamers ROGER WILMAMS, Captain A. Degroot, Tuesdays, a to'i'. METAMORA, Captain T. S. Knight, Mondays, Wednes .. . days and Fridays. At half-past Six, A. M. from-the Pier foot of Warren i-v? r touching Hammond street Pier. For passage, or IWloi'Zi.? 111 ’ apply on board the boats, or to GEORGE street ' odice 126 Warren street, corner of West ECZ" All persons are forbid trusting the above.boats on account of the owners. A LESSON IN M DEVOE’S HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, (formerly known as the Phcenix Establishment,) opposite Dutch street, 103 Fulton street.—The pro prietor of this celebrated establishment is constantly demonstrating the fact that a beaver.hat can be sold for $3,50, and a moleskin h?t for $3, superior to four-fifths, and equal to the best $• hats sold in the city or else where, equal in style, beauty of shape, completeness of finish, neatness of lining, and every other requisite whatever. This fact is a result of a system which, if more generally adopted, would put an end to much ruinous extravagance, upon which so many tradesmen have made shipwreck of their hopes. The success of the above Hat and Cap Manufactory proves conclusive ly that a low rent, the utmost economy in expenditures, quick sales, for cash, with small profits, can compete triumphantly with the most glaring and costly estab lishments of the day, and the sacrifice of no point im portant or unimportant, in the manufacture ot a hat is necessary to enable the proprietor to warrant a saving of from $3,50 to $6, per annum, to each of his patrons. The schedule of prices as below : Ist quality Nutria Hat, $3 50 Ist do Cloth Caps, $1 20 2d “ “ 300 2d “ “ 100 Ist Moleskin, 300 3d “ “ 75 2d “. “ 250 In addition to the current Spring style, (a beautiful article) he keeps on hand an assortment of different styles adapted to all peculiarities of form and feature, and is also prepared to make to order, at short notice, Hats, Caps, &c., to any pattern, at 103 Fulton street. GENTLEMEN’S HATS---SPrTncTsTYLE, a Are now ready for sale at ROBERTSON’S PH(ENIX HAT AND CAP MANUFACTORY, No. 89 Fulton street, (between William and Gold.) The advertiser, some two years since, commenced business in this street, upon the plan of Large Sales and Small Profits. The eminent success which has crowned his efforts to furnish his customers with aa article of the first Quality, and at the lowest price, has induced him to move from his former contracted estab lishment to the above much more commodious store His prices are still the same, viz : First quality Nutria Hats, - - - $3 50 Second do do - - - - First do Moleskin, - - - - 350 Second do do - - - - 3 00 Third do do - - 250 A liberal deduction from the above prices made to wholesale dealers. N. B—The proprietor of this establishment has recent jy opened a Branch Store at No 63 Fulton street, Brook lyn, for the accommodation of his Brooklyn patrons and pie public. THE NEW HAT COMPANY’S ONE PRICE STORE. MTHE VERY Fl NEST NUTRIA HAT m That can be made for THREE DOLLARS. THE VERY FINEST MOLESKIN, THREE DOLLARS. NO SECOND QUALITY —NO SECOND PRICE. (Cr" The trade supplied with Hat Mirrors. --Cl No. 118 Tract House, corner of Nassau and Spruce sts GARBANATI, Manager/ “ Show me the man that wears upon his brow A handsome Beaver, that becomes him well— And ten to one his hat was bought of Knox.” not Byron. M KNOX, HATTER, w NO. 128 FULTON STREET, Has now his new style of Spring Fashion ready for customers. It is pronounced by connoiseurs to Le the ne plus ultra as to beauty, elegance, and fashion. SPRING STYLE HATS AND CAPS. BG. W. BURNHAM, 123 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK, would respectfully inform the pub lic generally, and particularly those in want of (Japs, &c., that he has just opened a large and ele gant assortment of Gentlemen’s and Boys Hats and Cap* which arc manufactured from the bent material and in the most workmanlike manner. He feels warranted in saying that the style and finish of his Hats and Capa cannot be surrpassed by any establishment in the city. Those who will take the trouble to give him a call, can satisfy themselves. DCr* No charge for looking at the articles. SPRING “S TY LE S~O F~H ATS AND CAPS. MThe public are respectfully invited to call and examine S. R. FOWLER’S Spring Styles, which for beauty, durability, and cheapness are equal to any. Fur and Silk Hats of all qualities, from $2 00 to $4 60 Glazed, Cloth and Silk Velvet Caps, from 37 to 2 50 S. R. FO WLER, 262 Grand street. NOUVEAUTES PARISI HLNNe” No. 5 and 5 1-2 Division Street. FASHIONABLE PARIS MILLINERY ESTAB- Mrs. L. ISAACS returns her sincere thanks to her patrons and the public generally, for the liberal support with which she has been favored, and with the assurance that no exertion will be wanting on the part of Mrs. Isaacs to eflsure a con tinuance of those favors, she offers for their inspection twelve'.cases just opened, of hats cf the latest and new est fashion, from the magazine of the celebrated and fashionable artist Maxence Fossin, Rue Viviesune, Ne. 9, Paris, received by the last packet at her establish ment, No. 5 and 5 1-2 Diyison st., where will be found an extensive assortment of plain, striped and scossal glaze poult desoie shirred bonnets. Also, a very great assort ment of fancy straws, rice straws, rice pearl, China pearl, cliip hats, fine split straws, embroidered lace hats of all sizes and qualities, with an entire new assortment of plain and shined mourning bonnets always on hand. Her friends of the city, as well as from the country will do well to call and see before suited, as it is her delight to show when not even prepared to buy. Ladies, owu materials made to order cheap, to suit the times. P. B. Country milliners can have a select assortment of pat tern bonnets. N. 8.—5 and 5 1-2 Divison street. MRS. BLAKE, TAKES this opportunity to inform her custom* Ira \)? rs and ladies generaliy.that she has removed irom 29 Division street, to the large and spacious store, 186 Bowery, where she would be happy to see all her former customers and friends, who are in want of Millinery or Fancy Goods, and pledges herself to use every exertion to please them ; she will keep constantly on hond, a first rate assortment of Silk Mil linery and Straw Hats, Ladies Dress Caps, and Head connection a large assortment of I<ANCY GOODS, which they are invited to call and examine. EC?7 Milliners from the country, will be supplied as usual with Pattern Bonnets, Caps, &c., &c. FIRST PREMIUM STRAW HAT MANU f ! '!ltliffiWMSKL FACTORY, 96 Bowf.ry, between Hester li - and G V and S I S - The advertiser announces ifeil'iill' ie l9xii e , s of New York, that he has now t -^ c mos l fashionable assortment of Hats for the season, consisting of French and English Straw, Neapolitan, Soft Straw, Tuscan and Fancy Straw, together with an assortment of Paris Ribbons and Flowers, which he intends selling as low as any other wholesale or retail establishment in the city. He has gone to a great expense in obtaining facilities for pressing Neapolitan Hats, and was awarded the First Premium lor superior bleaching, by the Fair of the American Institute, and was also awarded at the Fair ot 1816, two premiums for superior manufacture of Straw Goods. All kinds of Straw Goods cleansed and altered. Braids of different kinds always on hand, andjmerchants and milliners supplied. THOMAS YOUNG, 96 Bowery. FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. THE subscriber wishes to call the attention of pyay those who are about purchasing Watches, to his stock, it being his intention to oiler for sale none but such as will keep correct time. His prices will be uniform, and the quality of the Watch guaranteed—so that persons unacquainted with the article they are purchasing will be secure against imposition. The prices will be as low, if not lower than any other house in the trade. Fine Gold and Silver Duplex, Patent Lever, and Lepine Watches. “ “ Guard and Fob Chains. “ “ Pencils, Bracelets, Cameo Pins, &c. Gold Watches from S2O upward. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, repaired in the best manner and warranted for a year. J. Y. SAVAGE, 92 Fulton st. DIAMOND POINTED PENS.-J. Y. S. continues sell ing his gold pens at $2 only, pencil included. They are a capital article, and write with all the freedom and are vastly superior to the quill. LADIES SATISFACTION. IN accordance with the reiterated solicitations, to remove to a more private S** I*jy 1 *jy street, and into a house,with V 2 numerous private parlors, / Madame Adolph, whose un- w L^^^ r l va H ed fame has vibrated g through France (her native | \ land,) England and Ameri- 4 -1 ca, has leased the spacious >y , brick house, 111 Hester st., y the 3d block east of V) where through her univer X fl sally acknowledged skill in a Mesmerism and Phronology, . she will advise and reveal to her numerous visitors (of both sexes) all their most secret affairs of love, marriages, health, wealth, law and business, etc. It is useless to advertise about her won derful talents for the whole world has acknowledged them. But the best recommendations she can give, is to inquire of those Millions who have investigated her mysterious skill. Consultation hours any time during day and evening till 10 o’clock. Terms 50 cents. 29 Greenwich St., near the Battery, N. Y. DEVOTES his exclusive attention to diseases of thv Eye and Opthalmic Surgery, and assures the public that there are not, amongst the numerous diseases to which the human eye is subject, any disorders of that organ which cannot be essentially relieved or entirely cured by him, in most instances, without surgical opera tion, and without the patient’s being subjected to much inconvenience or pain. . Artificial eyes for sale, which will be inserted on rea sonable terms. „ . x Office hours, from 8 A. M. to 1 o’clock P. M., after which he will visit out door patients. A pamphlet containing remarks on diseases of the eye, with numerous instances of great cures effected by Dr. Wheeler’s mode of treatment, can be had, gratuitously, at his residence, or the same will be forwarded to any one making application to him by letter, post paid. FaTrBANK’S NEW STORE, 73 CHATHAM STREET. HARDWARE. CUTLERY AND TOOLS. 73 Chatham Street. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has removed his business from 44*Fulton street, to the large new storeys Chatham st., second door above Duane street east side—tnat ho has very much increased his stock of Hardware and Tools, and now oilers to the public the best selected and cheap est assortment of goods in the city. Builders may be supplied with Locks, Bolts, Hinges, Naus, screws, &c.» at the lowest wholesale price, and Mechanics may rot the best Tools in the market, warranted to them, er the price returned. Tool Chests furnished complete. Depot for American Cooper's Tools. 10 HENRY F. FAIRBANK, 73 Chatham street, New York. BEERS & BOGART, IMPORTERS and dealers in BRAmDIES. ETC.. ETC.