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Da Doybn’s DisixrtcTiNa Fluldj—Doting the prd*
valence ot the epidemic it behooves every one to have
a care that his premises are kept clean, and that
neither vegetable nor animal matter should be al
lowed to decompose on them. Too great care cannot
be exerc sed in this particular, aid we take great plea
sure in calling attention to Le Doyen’s Disinfecting
Fluid, which is very properly regarded as one of the
best purifying agents in this country. It was patented
in France in 1844, sanctioned by the British Govern
ment In 1847, and a patent was secured for it at Wash
ington the same year. It received the first premium
of the American Institute, and is now in use in the
U. S. navy and naval hospitals, and is found to be a
most admirable purifying agent for the sick room.
We afe told that the Sanitary Committee are now
using it, and physicians in private practice are giving
large orders for the fluid, to be made use of among the
families who are under their treatment for cholera.
It is entirely free from gas or odor of any kind, and is
altogether as highly recommended an article as any
thing we know of to remove disagreeable odors aris
ing from impure localities. It is manufactured aid
sold, wholesale and retail, by Messrs: Poulin and
Rogers, at 73 West Broadway.
Hoboken —Dear, delightful, breezy Hoboken, all
those who will not visit thee during this sweltering
weather, deserve to be parboiled amid the bricks and
mortar of New York. A quiet walk along the shore
of the river, a ramble across the green fields, and a
siesta beneath the outspreading branches of the
shady trees, is, to the wearied and exhausted Gotha
mite, indeed a luxury, we hope many will enjoy to
day.
Steamboat Excursions. —The steamboat Joseph
Belknap goes on an excursion to Cold Spring and
Peekskill, every morning, at 7 o’clock, from the foot
of Chambers street, landing at all the intermediate
points on the river. Capt. Tailman, the gentlemanly
commander, is well qualified for his duties, and will
give the best attention to those of our friends who
will place themselves under his charge.
High Bridge Hotel.— Mr. L. P. Dexter, the gen
tlemanly proprietor of this excellent hotel, has en
gaged a band of music for the coming week, for the
special entertainment of his visitors. The weary and
care worn business man down town will do well to
lay aside the cares and responsibilities for a day and
recreate himself by a trip to the High Bridge, where
he will find much that will interest and amuse him.
American Museum.— We cannot see that the
warm weather affects the size of the audiences of
this establishment in the least; for on the top of the
Museum there is a most delightful promenade, where
the visitors may inhale the fresh breezes from the
bay, during the intermission of performances! Every
one ought to go there.
You can’t stop that ball.’— A report,confirmed
by hundreds of voluntary witnesses, is creating a
sensation throughout the business community of New
York; and as fax as we can learn it is all about the
elegance, excellence, and cheapness of the boots,
shoes and gaiters sold at Joaes’s, 14 Ann street.
Day Line for Albany— The large and elegant
steamer New World leaves the foot of Chambers
street on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday, at 7
o’clock, A. M., for Albany. Captain Roe is too well
known for his politeness and attention to his passen
gers to need commendation.
For the Fishing Banks.— The steamer Buffalo
goes down the bay to the Fishing Banks, this morn
ing, at the very low fare of 12| cents, which in all
conscience is reasonable enough, when you take into
account that by going you will have your lungs well
filled with fresh air. See advertisement.
Brady, the celebrated daguerreotypist, has an
excellent portrait of the late Col. Duncan in his inte
resting gallery, corner of Broadway and Fulton street.
This gallery is one of the most beautiful in the coun
try-
In the new Ice Cream Saloon, comer of Bowery
and Division street, upwards of 500 splendid engrav
ings and paintings can ba seen, gratis, this evening
One of the most delightful lounges to spend an hour
in in the city.
Business men and others who take their meals
down town, should call in at 15 Beaver street, corner
of New, where they will find the delicacies of the
season serveed up in a superior style.
Island of Cuba.— The Island of Cuba contains
3500 superficial leagues of land, only two fifths of
which are cultivated. Of the remaining three fifths
not used, 0..e is probably valueless, leaving one half
of its agricultural resources developed. It has twelve
cities, ten to was, one hand ed and eight villages, and
ninety six hamlets. Ln 1841 the population was. ex
clusive of soldiers and resident foreigners, 1,007 624 ;
but a more recent census has shown an increase of
about 300,000 About half the population is black,
and of the negroes from one fourth to one fifth are
free Ab rut one fourth of the imports are from the
United States.
JKS* It will probably strike many with surprise that
the amount of Indian corn shipped to Europe from the
United States during tue past month ot June, exceeds
that of the same month in 1847, the famine year. The
official statement of the exports for the month have
appeared in the New York Shipping List, and the
quantity of corn exported is stated at 1,287r369 bush
els, bei g greater by 550,486 bushels than was ship
ped in the same month in 1847, and greater, we be
lieve, than was ever shipped in any previous month.
Yet, great as this amount is, it is but a tithe of the
quantity of grain imported monthly into Great Bri
tain, to which country almost the entire of our ex
ports ef breadstufls <end — Baltimore American.
W James M. Jones was found near the bank of
the canal at Savannah, Ga., on the 7th inst., killed by
three buckshot wounds in the head. How he came
to be shot is a mystery.
£3r* The Albany Journal says some of the farmers
in Cayuga and Monroe complain that the weevil or
fly has des royed a very considerable portion of their
wheat.
JKS“ On Thursday morning last a serious riot oc
curred at St. John, N. 8., under these circumstances :
The Orange Protestants left the city to meet several
lodges at Indians’ Town, and while on their waj
were assailed by a party of Catholics. During the
melee twelve were killed and a number wounded.
Troops then interfered and quelled the disturbance.
The Concord (N. H.) Patriot says that the class
which graduated at Dartmouth College in 1811, are
to have a class meeting, this year, at the Alma Ma
tre, on the day before commencement.
The steamship Unicorn, Captain Dealy, which
sailed from New York on the 23d of April for San
Francisco, put into Pernambuco, on jhe 23d of May,
for coal. Her pas engers and crew were all well. She
left that port on the 2d of June for Rio Janeiro, at
which port she would stop tor a few days.
Ninety thousand land warrants have been is
sued to soldiers who served in the Mexican war, giv
ing to them as a bounty 14 800,000 acres. Estimating
the value of this land at $1 25 an acre, we have an
aggregate of sl7 230,000.
-S3* The Emperor Nicholas requires that double
duties shall be paid on all novels and romances that
are brought into Russia. There is too much liberal
sentiment in such works to suit Nick.
US''* T»js isu«x>ai uuduii the other Sul
. wuemj ana Dioutniy ruDucalions, together
ail ‘,a,. m oaPlication of tne day, may De ob
tamed al the more ui Mr. Kodriques, Dio. 331 Spring
street, near the market. Also a variety of pictures
and picture names of the most splendid descriptions
The proprietor is always willing and ready to ac
commodate his customeis. Mr. Rodnques, would
inform the citizens ot New York, that he will receive
subscriptions lor any of the Philadelphia and Boston
papers and other publications, and deliver them to
any part of the city at puolishers prices.
Sompkins lodge, no, o, i.o. of
O. F—The members of this Lodge are particularly
requested to be punctual in their attendance at the
Lodge Room, cor. Grove and Hudson sts. this (Sun
day) July 15th, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Thomas,
the affectionate wife of Joseph Thomas, Esq., P. G,
from her late residence, 75 Hammond street.
WILLIAM TURNER, N. G.
Theodore Taylob, Sec. jyls It*
BRANDRtTH’3 PILLS ARE CURING
503 Cholera cases per day. Why do not the authori
ies order their use in the cholera hospitals ? When
sickness commences, then let Brandreth’s re
lied on; they never deceive; they do not bind up
disease in the’body; they expel it; and if they are
resorted to in cholera, when it first attacks,
THE CURE WILL BE CERTAIN,
because they add the principle to the blood which
the recept on of the epidemic of cholera has de
stroyed; they astnnge the lacteals so that no more
fluid can be thrown out from the general circulation
tnan nature requires for a cure, if used before the
powers of nature are altogether gone.
HOW TO USE THEM IN CHOLERA, &c.
Brandreth’s Pills, in doses of six or eight, once or
twice a day, and plenty of gruel, or cold, well-made
barley-water, in the commencement, and, when it
can oe got, cold broth made of sheep’s head, boiled
until the meat leaves the bones, may be used the se
cond day of the attack. These directions are equally ■
applicable for all cases of diarrhcea, dysentery, and, ;
in fact, in any violent derangement of the stomach
and bowels, as well as in the Cholera. Those whose
prejudices will permit them to use these pills of Dr.
Brandreth’s, may, through the blessing of Provi
dence,
HAVE THEIR LIVES SAVED ;
those who do not, may know, in another state of ex
istence, that this medicine is, indeed, a life-saving
medicine. Dr. Biandreth sincerely hopes those who
die because they do not use his pills of life-saving
power, may be happy in that state of being. This
much he ktows, that many medical men who pub
licly decry his pills, use them privately, lor their
own benefit, and on occasions place them in round
boxes for their patients. May God, in his goodness,
make us all more honest. To ensure the system from
serious disease, we must be careful to keep our bow
els and blood pure. The cholera may not be entirely
prevented by any care; but its malignity will de
pend upon the state of the blood at the time the in
fection is received into the system. The man whose
blood is free from impurities, will be in a very dif
ferent condition to him whose veins are charged
with impurities, in case of an attack. Let all sensi
ble persons, then, obtain a box of
BRANDRETH’S CELEBRATED PILLS,
whose use at once free the bowels and blood of all
disease, and restoxe tke body to the primitive health
enjoyed by the Patriarchs of old. It is my honest
opinion that
NO DANGER FROM CHOLERA
will result to any one who will take
BRANDRETH PILLS
once or twice a week, their systems would be in so
excellent a condition, that, should they receive the
infection of Cholera, one extra dose of pills would
entirely eradicate the disease. They should be kept
on hand by all those who wish to insure themselves
from premature death. When from any cause the
bowels do not regularly perform their allotted office,
Brandreth Pills may be taken daily. In cases cf this
kind, they will be found to impart strength. I can
refer to a case in New York, in which they were
used five years every day. And what is more in their
favor is, that this perseverance resulted m a final ,
cure of constitutional costiveness, which had afflict
ed the party for fifteen years before these pills were
tried.
Let me advise all to be careful of those pretended
remedies which profess to cure without producing
any apparent effect The trouble is, that your syrups
all, more or less, fasten up disease in the body;
while you use them you may feel better, but it is
only that sudden disease may overtake you If you 1
have disease in you, you cannot be cured of it unless
it be carried out of the system. The longer it is re
tained, the greater danger you are in.
COUNTERFEITS.
As many druggis's and others are selling a counter
it for Brandieth’a Pills, the public will be careful
and purchase only of those persons who have acer- ;
tificate of agency; or at Dr. Brandreth’s principal '
offices, No. 211 Broadway, 241 Hudson, and 274 Bow-
DIKD. i
i .On Friday evening, of congestion of the brain,
l ELLEN A., daughter of Robert and sister of Alfred
b A. Phillips, in the 23d year of her age.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are re
. spectfully invited to attend her funeral, from the re
-1 sidence ot Edwin J Mercer. W Ann st, on Sunday
(this day) at 4 o’clock, P M.
On Saturday, the Uth inst., of the prevailing epi
demic, JOHN COLON, in the 22d year of his age.
1 On Saturday, 14th inst.. MARY JANE, daughter of
[ John Harrison, in the 20th year of her age.
Her funeral will take place from the residence ol
' her parents. No. 42 Rutgers street, this (Sunday) af
, ternoou, at 5 o’clock. '1 he frienas and acquaintances
of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
KF BOARD OF H t ALTM —NOTICE—AT
a meeting of the Sanitary Committee of the Board of
Health, held July 12, 1849, the following resolution
’ was adopted
Resolved. That all physicians who, pursuant to
' the laws ot the State of New York, may have occa
sion to report cases and deaths by Cholera, or cases
alone, be and are hereby most earnestly requested to
state m their reports the name, sex, age, residence,
, occupation, and particularly their places oi nativity.
JAMES KELLY, < h’u. EDWIN D. MORGAN,
ROBERT i . HAWS, ROBE KT A. SA yDS,
ALEX. H. SCHULTZ. JACOB K OAKLEY.
CHARLES WEBB, O. VV.STURTEVANT,
GEORGE H. FRANKLIN. rTT
jyls It* Sanatory Committee of the Board of Health.
CC* BOARD OF HEALTH.—AT A MEET
ing of the Board of Health, held July 14th, 1819, the
following preamble and resolution were adopted,
and directed to be published.
D. T. VALENTINE, Clerk.
Whereas, numerous complaints of an aggravated
character, have been made to the Sanitary Commit
mittee of this Board, of the existence in this city of
extensive manufactories of starch, soap, and bone
boiling establishments, slaughter houses and other
nuisances, the miasmas and exhalations of which are
intolerable and injurious to public health.
And whereas, upon examination, the neighbor
hoods of such places have been visited with unusual
sickness and deaths by Cholera.
And whereas, the parties owning such establish
ments have refused to cause an abatement of said
evils, after being duly notified: Therefore, be it
Resolved, That this Board, in the exercise of the
authority conferred upon it by the laws of this State
for the suppression and abatement of all nuisances
that may be deemed and declared to be deleterious
to public health, and promotive of epidemical dis
ease, do hereby empower and direct the Sanitary
Committee of this Board, to cause all such places
mentioned m the foregoing, preamble, and all other
places the like character, to be immediately shut
up, and the business thereof discontinued during the
prevalence oi the said epidemic, and until the fur
ther order of the Board of Heelth.
(Ct 3 * Daily papers please copy. jyls It*
Kg* WIGS AND HAIR WORK.—LADIES
and gentlemen resident ot or visiting the city, in
want of hair work of any kind will find the largest,
best and cheapest assortment at Barker’s Establish
ment, 349 Broadway, opposite the Carlton House.
His wigs are particularly worthy of notice, every
hair being inserted separately in such a manner that
they cannot possibly work out nor become disar
ranged from the desired style of the wearer.
BARKER’S CREME DE PALMA CHRISTI, or
Castor Oil Cream, for the preservation, beauty and
growth ot the hair, still stands pre-eminently above
all other preparations. To be obtained only at 319
Broadway, opposite the Carlton House. Copy the
address. als 3m
PERFUMERY, TOILET SOAP, COS
METICS, AND TOILET ARTICLES DEPOT.—
Agency for the sale of Roussels Perfumery, Shaving
Cream, Toilet Soaps, Amandine, (this article is esoe
cially adapted to this season, and is warranted to cure
and prevent hands from chapping) Genuine Bears
Oil, Anteaqu and Macassar Oils, Ox Marrow, Philo
conu, &c. Also a complete and varied assortment of
articles in this line, from all the celebrated manufac
turers of the world.
Traveling Dressing Cases, Toilet and Odeur Bottles,
splendid Hair, Nail,Tooth,Cloth and Shaving Brushes,
(an extra quality), Warranted Razors and Strops
Supr. Shell, Buffalo and Ivory Dressing and Pocket
Combs; Stand, Hand and Magnifying Mirrors; Liquid
and Powdered Hair Dyes, Kazan, Ambrosial and Mili
tary Shaving Cakes and a good variety of other
Toilet and Fancy Articles. A share of public patron
age, is respectfully solicited.
CHILSON, late Roussel’s,
je3 3m* 305 Broadway, third Store above Duane st
JKg- “ BAGLEY’S GOLD PENS.”---A. G.
BAGLEY & CO. would respectfully intimate
to dealers that their new style of Bagley’s Improved
Patent Extension Pen and Pencil Cases, with
Bagley’s Premium Gold Pens; and now ready also
Gold and Silver Pen and Pencil cases of new and
beautiful patterns. Dealers may depend on an im
mediate supply of their orders at the lowest trade
prices. Warehouse (old stand) 189 Broadway.
NewYork,March 25th, 1849. jeS4 3m
O*MOST EXTRAORDINARY WORK!—
The Married Woman’s Private Medical Compan
ion—By Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, Professor of Diseases
of Women. Sixth edition. 18mo. pp. 250. Price sl.
25,000 copies sold in three months!
Years of suffering, of physical and mental anguish
to many an afl'ectionate wife, and pecuniary difficul
ties to the husband, might have been spared; thou
sands now poor would have enjoyed competence,
thousands now broken in health would have enjoyed
it; hundreds now in their graves been still alive, by a
timely possession of this work.
It is intended especially for the married, or those
contemplating marriage, as it discloses important se
crets which should be known to them particularly.
To those whose health does not permit of an in
crease of family, it is of especial importance.
Here, also, every female—the wife, the mother, the
one either budding into womanhood, or the one in
the decline ol years in whom nature contemplates an
important change—can discover the causes, symp
toms, and the most efficient remedies, and most cer
tain mode of cure, in every complaint to which her
sex is subject.
For sale 222 Broadway, and at the Publishing Office
129 Liberty street, N. ¥.; Little & Co., Albany; W. R
Davis, Boston.
On the receipt of sl, a copy will be transmitted
by mail, free oi postage, to any part of the United
States. All letters must be addressed, post-paid, to
Ur. -■!. m. Muuiiooau, Bon 1984, Now York City. Of
fice 129 Liberty street. my 29 3m*
JJSF IT HAS LONG BEEN A REPROACH
to the civilized world, that scientific discoveries are
slow to be accepted by those whom they were in
tended to benefit. It was a century before the Uni
versities of Great Britain adopted the theories of
Newton: it was as long before the discovery of the
Circulation of the Blood by Harvey, was acknow
ledged by those drags to human improvement, the
Regular faculty.
It was only after a lapse of many years of practical
benefits that the same class could be induced to ad
mit the beneficial effects of the great discovery of
Vaccination by the Immortal Jenner.
Happily for the present generation, scientific dis
coveries in medicine are not so slow in making their
way among an enlightened, liberal and reading
people.
The Age of Newspapers is the age of progress, and
the Benefactors of Mankind, now have the satisfac
tion of seeing their discoveries adopted almost im
mediately by those for whose benefit they are made.
Perhaps one of the most remarkable instances in mo
dern times, of the rapidity with which a new medi
cal compound may be made known to the people, is
furnished in the case ot
MRS. JERVIS’S COLD CANDY.
It is but little more than three years since this
most admirable medicament was first offered to the
public, and it has already become as well known,
and is as extensively used as any well-tried curative
or remedial medicine, enumerated in the Pharma
copeia.
Mrs. Jervis is already m the receipt of letters from
the most Eminent Men in America, certifying to the
almost miraculous effect of her Cold Candy in cur
ing disorders of the Throat ana Bronchia, and all
manner of Lung Diseases in their earlier stages.
The letters received by her from distinguished
statesmen, Orators, Authors and Historians, in ac
knowledgement of the benefits conferred by the use
of her Cold Candy, form, probably one of the most
interesting collections of Autograph Letters to be
found in the country. These letters may be inspect
ed at her NEW ESTABLISHMENT.No 366 Broad
way, where she removed from her former place ol
the first of May.
The large and well arranged establishment of Mrs
Jervis for the manuiacture and sale of her celebrated
Cold Candy, will be found, by those who visit it, the
most extensive and complete establishment of the
kind in the world.
Orders from the country promptly attended to, and
packages of the Cold Candy packed in such a man
ner that they can be safely transported to any part
of the world.
Principal Warehouse, No. 366 Broadway,
jyß 4t* And at all the principal druggists.'
O* PURE WATER—SMITH’S EAST INDIA
WATER-COOLER & FILTER.-Luxury and Health
Combined—The public have long wanted a perfect
water-cooler, and from much experience and study,
the proprietor has produced an article that will sup
ply this want, and no family, hotel, or storekeeper,
should be without one. A Filter can be attached to
the Cooler, either screwed to the faucet or fitted to
the top, as mav be prelected, by which is taken from
the water all the foreign, impure and slimy matter
that exists in it to an extent that few are aware of.
It is also a great economiser ot ice, as a small piece
will last all day, and all combined makes this article
very useful and desirable. We pack them to go to
any part of the south, so that they can be safely
shipped. The public are solicited to call and exa
mine this article as well as a large stock of Britannia.
Tin and Hardware, &c., &c. A liberal discount to
wholesale dealers.
je24 2m* T. SMITH & CO., 77 Fulton st.
{fc?-A CARD.—PRIVATE PRACTITIONERS
of Medicine, Ward Physicions, and the friends of the
sick, are especially requested to transfer those per
sons intended for the hospitals, immediately ac
companied by a brief history of the case, with the
treatment of the disease. Hitherto most of the pa
tients received have been professionally attended lor
hours at their homes, and nave not been transferred
to the public institutions until beyond the reach of
medical skill. Such cases, it must appear evident to
every considerate member of the community, had
far better be allowed to remain at their residences
for a few hours longer, where, if there is the least
chance for recovery, it would not be destroyed by
the exposure and exhaustion attendant on useless
removal. ALEX. F. VACHE, M. D.,
Physician to the William st Hospital.
WM. P. BUEL, M. D.,
Physician to the Centre st. Hospital.
Approved by the Medteal Counsel:
JOHN B. BECK, M. D.
JOSEPH M. SMITH, M. D.
SAML. W. MOORE, M. D.
Published by order,of the Sanitary Committee of
the Board of Health.
je24 tf JAMES KELLY, Chairman.
JKS* MAGNETIC POWDERS FOR DE-
STROYING BEDBUGS, Cockroaches, Moths, Ants,
Fleas, Flies and Insects on Plants, and all other in
sects ; also, Pills for the instantaneous destruction of
Rats and Mice, and warranted without poison, are
sold by the inventor and proprietor, EMANUEL
LYON, 42'J Broadway. The following gentlemen
have used them in their establishments, and have
certified to their efficacy:—
D. D. HOWARD, Esq , Irving House.
COLEMAN & STE'ISON, Astor House.
§„THAYER COZZENS, late of the Amer. Hotel.
I RESTON H. HODGES, Carlton House.
J. L. RoOME, Esq., Superintendent of New York
Hospital.
And many of the most eminent Physicians in the
city, likewise the first premium oi the American i
Institute. j e2 4 3m*
*3*S. HASSELL, SURGEON DENTIST, i
respectfully informs his friends and the public in
general, that he continues to perform all operations
on the teeth in a scientific manner. Ladies or gen
tlemen, sunering from the loss of those organs, can
be supplied with artificial ones of surpassing beauty
from one 'o an entire sec, every shade required, and
warranteu to perform every process of msstic’Ution
and articulation.
Teeth filled with gold or other substances, so as to
entirely arrest the progress of decay. Particular at
tention paid to the regulation of Children’s Teeth.
The Subscriber also otters to his patrons and the
public, an excellent article of dentifrice, for clean
ing the teeth and imparting a sweetness to the
breath. Price 25 cents per box. Office 377 Fourth st.,
North East corner ot Bowery.
a22 3m* S. HASSELL, Surgeon Dentist.
F. fi/UiTOL’S
WINDOW SHADE, PAPER-HANGING AND
DECORATIVE STORE,
NOS. 175 AND 177 WILLIAM STREET, BETWEEN ■
BEEKMAN AND SPRUCE STREETS.
QTt"* Ladies and gentlemen of taste wishing-to pur
chase Window Shades, Paper Hangings, Gilt Cor- <
nices, Pins, Loops, or any thing appertaining to the
decoration of the interior of a house, will find the
greatest assortment in this country, and 20] per cent
cheaper than at any other place, as he has an agent
in Paris, and will be able to add to his stock by the
arrival of every packet.
SIGNS, BANNERS, AND INTERIOR DECORA
TIONS. !
done in a style not to be surpassed.
N. B.—On hand a large assortment ofcheap Shades, •
from 35 cents and upwards. Cord, Tassels, Materials, I
Brasses, &C. for pedlars and country trade.
BAMUEL F. BARTOL,
jal4 6m Manufacturer and Importer.
ADAM STODART,
PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURER. L
343 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. I J
M ANJJFACTQRYj Nos. 15,17,19 and 21 Tenth st., I
[WONDERFUL BARGAINS AT
THEIBOWERY SAVINGS STORE,
US BOWERY.
Bought under every advantage, and offered as fol
lows:
50« Crape Shawls, at ene-half the price they were
sold last month.
1000 yards De Laines at 1 shilling.
ICOO yards Fine Linen Ginghams at 18 pence.
15000 yards Lawns at 6,8 cts., and 1 shilling.
1000 yards more of the summer flannel at 1 shilling.
5000 yards Excelsior Mills Muslins at 6 pence.
800 yards Good Black Broadcloth $1.25, $1,50 and
$1.75 per yard.
3000 yards summer wear at 1 shilling to 18 pence.
And about 100 different lots of goods from Auction
on Saturday last, at corresponding prices, besides our
usual stock, which is as large and as well assorted as
any other in town.
Our prices are as low as the very lowest market
prices, and frequently 25 per cent less, for as we ob_
'ain bargains we are willing to dispense them for the
benefit of the public, and to sustain our reputation at
THE CHEAPEST DRY GOODS ESTABLISH-
MENT IN THE WORLD.
JYIS ItF. W. & W. F. GILLEY 8c CO.
ROCKLAND LAKE MOUNTAIN
HOUSE.— The above House is now open for the
reception of permanent and transient visitors,
and can be reached every day by steamboat J. Belk
nap. irom foot of Chambers street, at 7 o’clock, A. M .
MILITARY, COTILLION and PIC-NIC parties
can be accommodated at all times. jyls 4t*
RESORT FOR FAMILIES, PARTIES & ANGLERS.
HELL-GATE FERRY-HOUSE.
Foot of eighty-sixth street, east ri
ver.—Mr. DUNLAP announces that he has
opened the Hell-Gate Ferry House for the season,
and is prepared to accommodate families, parties and
others, who may desire to enjoy pleasant pastime, or
engage in the spnrt ot angling. The Ferry House
stands in a romantic and salubrious position, and af
fords its inmates a picturesque view ot the river, the
passage of the Bay State, State ot Maine, Empire
State, C. Vanderoilt, Knickerbocker, and other
steamers, and the continued movements of sailing
craft, together with the superior attractions of the
surrounding scenery, rendering said view both ex
citing and delightful. The Bar and L»rder, and at
tendance, cannot fail of giving general satisfaction.
Boats, and all kinds of bait and tackle constantly
ready. Fine horses and vehicles can always be had
to ride around Manhattan and Long Islands. Oysters,
lobsters, clams and fish of all kinds, for sale at any
time.
Whiston’s Stages leave the corner of Pell street
and the Bowery, at s}£ o’clock, A. M., and every
twenty minutes after, until 9 o’clock in the evening;
fare 6X cents. Murphy’s Stages leave No 3 Chatham
street, nourly. Extras are furnished atthecornei of
S6th street, for the gratuitous conveyance of passen
gers to the Ferry House.
Mi. DUNLAP trusts that his arrangements will se
cure general patronage, from families in particu
lar.jy!s 3m*
MERCHANTS’ COFFEE-HOUSE.
NO. 15 BEAVER STREET, corner of New st.—
The Merchants and their Clerks, doing business
in the lower part of the city, will find this a desira
ble locality for obtaining either Lunch. Dinner, or
Supper. Every delicacy which the market affords
will be kept, and the large, ventilated apartments
will insure comfort and health.
JOHcm McDONOUGH desires his friends and
strangers to call and judge forthemselves. jyls 3m*
NOTICE.
NEW YORK CEMETERY.—Lots selling for the
very low price ot sls, payable $3 first payment,
balance at $2 per month. There is a great advantage
in being in the first drawing, which will take place
on the first day of August.
Mr. MARSELIS has the contract for building the
pier for the steamboat landing, also for cutting the
walks and grading the grounds. The front wall and
other improvements are under contract. The con
tractors have now about 70 hands at work. We
would advise all who desire to purchase lots to come
early, as the PRICES WILL BE RAISED.
TO SOCIETIES AND CHURCHES
At a meeting of the Directors of the NEWYORK
CEMETERY COMPANY, held this day, it was
Resolved, That all Societies and Churches purcha
sing 100 lots in their Cemetery, at the subscription
price, sls. to giye them 50 lots GRATUITOUSLY in
stead oi 30 as Heretofore, and in this proporlion for 50
lots or more.
New York, July 11th, 1849.
J. T. LEETE, Secretary.
Geo. Wood. Treasurer.
Offices No. 102 Broadway, and 45 York street, Jer
sey City. W. LEVANWORTH, Esq .
jy!s 2tis* General Agent, No. 416 Broadway.
THE STAR OF HOPE.
WE have called upon Madame Duboyce and must
say that she is one of the greatest Phrenolo
gists and Astrologists that we ever saw, the info
tion that she gives upon health, wealth, diffic
in business, frauds.law suits, absent friends, enemies,
love, courtship and marriage, is worth the earliest
attention of all. Those who wish the advice of any
one, her residence is No. 236 Henry st., near Atlantic
st., South Brooklyn. Terms 25 cents to One Dollar
Consulting hours any time during the day until 10
o’clock in the evening. jyis it*
Safe— CHEAP—EFFECTIVE,
ARE the distingui'hing characteristics of the
AMERICAN IMPROVED
HYGEIAN VEGETABLE MEDICINES,
HYER’S PILLS,
The first on the list, combine these essential requi
res of a reliable Family Medicine, pre-eminently—
beyond any other preparation whatever. There are
two preparations—to be taken in course—uniting a
tonic and invigorating with a laxative and cleansing
influence, the nearest possible approach to Nature’s
operations, in the arrangement of Curatives. Acting
primarily upon the digestive functions, and thence
inducing a healthy influence through the entire sys
tem, they effectually aid Nature in her constant
efforts, even under depression, to throw oft disease
are peculiarly adapted to all lingering or chronic
complaints—Dyspepsia, Nervous, Bilious and Rheu
matic Affections—derangement oi the bowels, or in
the circulation-all complaints, in short,arising from
1 INDIGESTION—the real source, in fact, of most Dis
eases. They claim no mysterious powers—depend
upon no immoderate puffing—but proffer the simple
motto— “ Try me, prove me”— and the proprietor will
add, if not Ap proved, on faithful trail, in accordance
with directions, purchase money will be promptly
refunded.
They will be found one of the most valuable
Correctives, of the system, that can be obtaineo,
during the prevailing sickness; and judiciously used,
may be regarded a certain Cholera Preventive;
though the proprietor has no dis position to puff them
immoderately as a Specific. Call at the Geuerai
Depot,
130 FULTON STREET, SUN BUILDING,
and see numerous testimonials, from responsible
individuals, to their uniform success, in a wide range
of complaints, running through a period of eighteen
years.
PRICE’S HYGEIAN ALTERATIVE-VEGETA
BLE PILES REMEDY-VEGETABLE
RESTORATIVE AND PURIFY-
ING SYRUP,
are next on the list—all valuable compounds, and
with the Hyer’s Pills, constitute tne essential medi
cal compounds needed in any family to preserve or
promote HEALTH. Remember the No.
130 FULTON STREET, SUN BUILDING.
C2F’ A Dollar package of the Hyer’s Pills (contain
ing 220 to 230 Pills) sent post free from the General
Depot, to any address in the United States, on receipt
of sl, free ot expense. jelo 3m*
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
REGULATE THE BOWELS!
THE MOST SURE SAFEGUARD FROM THE CHOLERA! I
DB TOWNE’S
CELEBRATED ORIGINAL SARSAPARILLA
The greatest medicine of the age: as a purifier
ot the blood, regulator ot the digestive organs and
bowels, it has no equal. In cholic or griping pains
in the stomach and bowels, it acts at once, mitiga
ting and removing pains. &c., and restoring a healthy
action in these organs. It is believed to be an infal
lible preventive of cholera, it taken regularly.
For sale at the office 207 Fulton st, New York, and
by Mrs. Hays. 183 Fulton st. Brooklyn.
CERTIFICATES.
Numerous certifica’es, giving detailed accounts of
long standing and severe cases, cured by this pre
paration, can be seen at thn office,
Reference is also made to Mrs Jos. Willoughby,
505 Hudson st.; Mrs. N. B. Blakeley, 32d st. near 7th
Avenue; Capt. William Gowd, 10 Hamilton Avenue,
Brooklyn.
New York, May 20th, 1848.
Dr. Towne— Dear Sir: Duringthe past winter and
this spring 1 have been suffering under a severe at
tack of the Liver Complaint, and, as a consequence,
was debilitated to a degree bordering on complete
prostration. I had no appetite; no medicine I took
seemed to benefit me in the least until I took your
Sarsaparilla, which at once removed my com
plaints, and gave me an appetite My strength has
increased fast, and I am now perfectly well.
CHARLES WALKER.
No. 166 Madison st.
The following'unsolicited, beautiful note from Mrs.
Bean, widow of Rev. Moses Bean, a highly gifted
clergyman of New England, will commend itself to
all who read it:
New York, July 19th, 1848.
Dr. E. TowxNe— Sir: In the hope of benefiting my
countrywomen and all others, and in simple justice
to your invaluable medicine, 1 cannot do otherwise
than give it my unqualified approbation, and recom
mend it to the free use of all invalids having similar
complaints to my own.
For many years 1 have beentroubled with the Salt
Rheum, that contributing in a great measure, at each
change of the season, to pain in the head, disordered
stomach and general derangement, nervousness and
debility of’he system; or, perhaps 1 should say, that
each of these had affected and promoted the other.
After trying almost every variety of medicine and
many kinds of Sarsaparilla without any good result.
1 have used your “Compound Extract of Sarsapa
rilla” with singular effect, and, as 1 believe, have
been permanently benefited.
Respectfully, MARY BEAN.
No. 48 West Fourteenth st.
New York, July 12th. 18'8.
Mr. E. Towne— Dear Sir: I cheerfully tender my
testimony to the value of your Sarsaparilla as a
regulator of the Bowels, and for Female Complaints.
My wife has used it with complete success in an
obstinate case, particularly interesting to married
ladies and mothers.
Those interested can obtain farther information by
calling on me at No. 46 New Washington Market,
New York, or at my house, No. 35 Talman street,
Brooklyn.
jyß 3m* JAMES H. SCRIBNER.
900,000 BOTTLES, NEARLY OF
DR. KILLINGER’S LINIMENT
Have been sold without a murmur.-
It is a clear, beautiful fluid, perfectly agreeable
in odor and flavor—is designed to be used internally
and externally. It never fails in stopping diarhcea—
when done, no spasmodic action can follow, ft is
certain to give instant relief in billions cholic and
all irregularities of the stomach and bowels, and
also in all rheumatic and other pains. It immediately
heals al) manner of old sores, cuts, bruises and hard
swellings. In disease of the kidneys or any other
class oi weakness of male or female, irom cold or
otherwise, it acts like magic Those taking this
medicine gain strength while under its effects, and
no restriction of diet is required. The toilet and
nursery will never be without it after a trial.
Sold at the Depot 230 Pearl street and 4S i Broadway,
one door north of Grand street, in large bottles at 50
cents each. Druggists and Grocers say they sell
hundreds of this remedy to one of any other, as every
bottle gives entire satisfaction. Wholesale distribut
ing agents are wanted, who have routes established,
to whom very large inducements will be held out for
the sale of this truly wonderful medicine.
jyl 3mis*
FIRE INSURANCE.
THE BROOKLYN FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, having been twenty five years iu operation,
continue io insure stores, dwellings, and other build
ings, merchandise, household furuiture, vessels in
port and their cargoes, on as reasonable terms as any
similar institution. Offices No. 6 Merchants’ Ex
change. Wallstieet, New York, and 43 Fulton street,
Brooklyn, WM. ELLdWORTH, President.
Alfred G. Stevens, Secretary. jv3 3m*
WIGS AND TOUPEES. "
BATCHELOR’S newly-invented Wigs and Toupees
are far in advance of any yet offered to the pub
lic. They are made of the finest naturally-curled
hair, and are so easy in appearance as to defy detec
tion. They oflerthe advantagesof extreme lightness
elegance and durability. In fact, no person should
fail calling to see his beautiful specimens of the art
of Wig-making before purchasing elsewhere. They
obtained a Silver Medal at the Fair of the American
Institute. BATCHELOR’S Manufactory is No. 4 Wai]
street, near Broadway,(old N 0.2.) Copy the address.
N. B.—Private room for fitting Wigs. MlO 3m*
FRENCH’S HOTEL?
ON the cornprof Frankfort street and City Hall
Square, opposite the City Hall and Park Foun
tain. N. Y., was built and opened by the subscriber,
May Ist, 1319; who trusts that, for convenience, ele
gance, comfort, and economy, it cannot be surpassed
m the world, it cotains more rooms than any other
hotel on this Continent; save one only, all of which
are warmed gratis. They are fitted up with marble
top washstands, which are supplied with Croton
water through silver plated cocks. There is but one
bedin a room; the halls and water closets on every
floor will be lit with gas during the night. This
Hotel is in t he immediate vicinity of mercantile busi
ness and the principal places of amusement, and
offers every inaucement to those who consult con
venience, elegance, and economy, as the prices will
be sufficiently moderate to suit any portion of the
travelling public There is a Barber’s shop, and an
extensive range of Bath-rooms coanected therewith
The Hotel will be conducted on the European plan
of lodging rooms, and meals as they mav be ordered
In the spacious and splendid Refectory. Porters
will be up during the night to admit lodgers, and also
to call them at any time they may desire; and in no
case will servants bo permitted to oxact or receive
perquisites.
...MYI3 3m R. FRENCH.
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS 11 SHIRTS 1!!
GOOD SHIRTS in the beginning, are Cheap Shirts
in the end, and if you want a good fitting Shirt
(instead of an organ pipe bosom,) call on WM. PAR
KER & CO., 192 Canal street, where you will find
the Shirts “what is Shirts,” and Bosoms to set as
smooth as the back of a good fitting coat—and why?
because Wm. Parker is a Practical Tailor; and toe
first and onlv one who has thrown his ideas into his
Shirts. Just try one of his Shirts, and you will never
buy any where else, and Ladies can find Bosoms
ready made and hollowed, and ready to set in.
(Tr* Bound to fit and no mistake. jyl 3m*
THE NEW YORK CEMETERY.
WM. LEAVENWORTH, No. 416 Braodway, is the
only person authorised to sell Lots to the
a ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS,
and General Agent for selling to other Benevolent
Societies and Individuals.
Branch Office, cor. William and Chatham, and Odd
Fellows’Hall evenings. my 27 3m*
THE BOWELS & THE CHOLERA.
DR s.r. TOWNSEND’S SARSAPARILLA
strengthens and regulates the bowels like a
charm. It is dangerous to have the bowels in a re
laxed state. And it is equally so to be costive. It ic
irdurious to use pills or physic at this time. This pre
paration of the Sarsaparilla does not act as a cathar
tic, but after a few hours the bowels are relieved of
irritation, and every disagreeable feeling so preva
lent at the present time. The bowels and system
is cleansed and strengthened. It gently moves the
bowels once in 24 hours, whieh is sufficient fora
healthy state ot the system. We do not recommend
this medicine for the cholera. If any are taken with
the diarrhma, it is the safest to call a good physician
at once. But as a preventive for this or any other
disease, this medicine has no equal—especially in the
prevention of fevers and the summer complaints in
children. We have manufactured over
3,000,000 Bottles
with the last 5 years, and have never known a case
when it has not been of advantage, it has cured
thousands and tens of thousands of Diseases. The
most delicate females and infants take it with great
benefit; all should use it at this time to guard against
the Cholera, as well as diseases usual at this season
of the year. It is the cheapest and most pleasant re>
medy ever discovered. Children love It dearly for
summer complaints, and for weakly infants it is inva
luable. Purchase none but that signed by S. P.
Townsend. Principal office 126 Fulton street, Sun
Building.
Nose Bleed and Consumption,
The following is a singular case and well worthy
of the attention of Parents who have sickly children.
There never has been a remedy that is so good for
children and females that are debilitated and feeble.
Staten Island, July 5,1819.
Dr. S. P. Townsend— Dear Sir: tour Sarsaparilla
has been of very great benefit to our little daughter,
who is about eight years old; from the time she was
one year old she has been very badly afflicted with a
cough, and consequently feeble and emaciated; she
also has been troubled a great deal with the nose
bleed. One Doctor said she had the consumption
and we thought we should lose her, until we got
some ot your Sarsaparilla, when she began to get
better. We gave her four bodies, and to our sur
i rise and delight she regained her health and became
a hearty fleshy child. About two months since she
caught a c’ld and has a cough again; you must
please send me a bottle: we think there is no medi
cine like it. You may publish this.
Robert McMurry,
JENETT McMURKY.
Vanderbilt Avenue, Staten Island.
The Difference,
It is well known that there is a spurious Sarsa
parilla advertised as Dr. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla.—
The following letter will show the difference be
tween the imitation and genuine. There is no medi
cine for Lung Complaints equal to the genuine Sar
saparilla. Those who purchase should be particular
and take none but such as is signed S. P. Townsend.
Principal office, 126 Fulton street, Sun Building.
Lung Complaints.
Fulton, Feb. 25th, 1819.
Dr. S. P. Townsend:— Dear Sir—The great benefit
that I have received, through the blessing of Provi
dence, in taking your Sarsaparilla, will be sufficient
apology. 1 am convinced, for addressing you My
health, which was never very good, lor more than a
year had been failing; at times 1 was not able to do
anything; my lungswere affected. 1 feared seriously;
for several months 1 could not rest one moment on
my right side, my lungs were very sore, with great
difficulty and distress in breathing. I was obliged to
sleep with my head and shoulders raised very high,
or >t seemed as though my breath would stop, with
other complaints, which have attended me from
childhood.
Last fall I obtained in Bangor two bottles of your
medicine, which helped me beyond what 1 had rea
son to expect; indeed 1 felt better than I had lor
years. Fearing that the cause was not entirely re
moved, my husband procured two bottles more in
Houlton, from which I cannot say that 1 received any
mater ial good. Others have taken the same, and say
it had no more effect than cold water on their com
plaints, and it is the general opinion that we are im
posed upon in th-s section. In order to ascertain the
fact, I have been induced to address you, feeling it
will be tor your advantage, as well as the suffering,
if, as I think, we are imposed upon. I will enclose
the label of each kind I have taken: also the list of
asrents, cut from the papers which envelope the bot
tles. Please inform me as soon as convenient. Re
spectfully yours, CATHERINE A. BARKER.
Principal Office, 126 Fulton st., Sun Building.
jy« 2tis*
CHOLERA.
DR. J. X. CH AB ERF, (well known as the Fire
King,) having seen with regret the return of the
Cholera, takes this opportunity to inform his friends
and the public at large that he is now prep-red to
furnish them with his medicines, the same he suc
cessfully used in all cases during the reign of that
fearful disease during the years 1832 and 1834.
Dr. Chabert, during several years’ lesidence in
Asia, discovered this valuable Antidote, and is now
prepared to prove to the world ’hat it is the only
certain Remedy for this fearful disease. His success
during ihe two last years of Cholera in this city is
sufficient proof of its efficacy. 'I he disease hi’herto
has resisted the efforts of Physicians and Medicines
to check its progress, but in no case did this medi
cine fail when timely administered, as living thou
sands can now testify.
The nature of this medicine, combined with the
use of his Anti-Bilious Pills, is such that it exerts a
beneficial influence in a few minutes after being ad
minist red, and effectually banishes the disease by
restoring strength and energy to the whole system.
ihe Doctor also guarantees that if his medicines
are used according to the directions accompanying
them, this fearful disease will be deprived of its
fatal influence
One dose daily administered will effectually pre
serve any person, no matter how much exposed to
its attack.
Certificates of thousands could, if necessary, be
produced to prove the truth of the above assertion,
and it is well known that his success was echoed
’rom Maine to Louisiana, as the only conqueror of
this fearful and alarming malady.
It is therefore the duty of every individual to avail
themselves of a medicine productive of so much
good. Owners and captains of emigrant and other
vessels, if they are desirous ot securing the health of
passengers und crew, and avoiding the delays occa
sioned by quarantine, ought not to go to sea without
it The above medicines have also been successfully
used in cases of ship lever
Lire Doctor is in attendance at his office, No. 4
Ridge street, corner of Grand street, night and day
N. B.— rhe above medicines are sold genuine only
by M. P. JULIAN, 443 Gr«nd street, (new number)
opposite bt. Mary’s Church, N Y. jyß 2cis*
FILTERS
FOR THE CROTON AND ALL RIVER WATER.
'pHE subscriber offers to the public for $1.50, asim
A pie instrument for purifying the water rapidly
as it flows from the hydrant; which he warrants to
filter closer, and to be freer from objections, than
any other before offered to the public. This Filter
is as durable as the faucet to which it is attached,
and the entire filtering medium may be changed or
renewed in two minutes, without expense.
The public are respectfully requested to call and
see its practical operation at the office of the
Tubular, 27B Broadway,
East cor. Chambers street,
W. LATTING.
N. B.—Orders received for the Gutta Fercha Hose,
the best article in the market. my 6 3m
GRAND MEDICAL
AND SURGICAL OFFICE,
NO. 127 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK,
(NEAR WEST BROADWAY.)
«[T7=’ The MEDICAL
TREATMENT pursued
at this office is based upon
the Knowledge and Expe
rience of the most suc
cessful medical Practi
tinners of all ages and
countries. It conforms
mainly tn the OLD GER
MAN PRACTICE, but
comprehends all the Mo
dern Discoveries of the
HEALING ART, and
every thing demonstra
ted to be true and useful m every system or school
of medicine, whether Botanic, Hydropathic, Ho
meopathic, Electric or Galvanic ana Chemical.
We refuse to be circumscribed by any one system—
but select the wheat from all and cast the chaff away.
All systems contain something good—but when they
claim to be absolutely perfect, and to contain ALL
THE TRUTH, they teach one of the CREATES I
OF FALSEHOODS, viz: Human. Omniscience and
Infallibility. Every created thing is designed for
some valuable use, and as the maladies which afflict
mankind are innumerable, equally innumerable ire
the Remedies which Infinite Wisdom and Benifi
cier ce have provided to meet all forms of disease—
hence, all Theories of medicine and practice which
limit our investigations and discoveries to their own
narrow circle, we fling to the winds as medical
bigotry and arrogance.
(Ur- BOY Sand STRIPLINGS should never be en
trusted with human life imperilled by sickness A
hurried study of two years, with two coupes of Lec
tures in a Medical College, and a diploma, NEVER
MADE A DOCTOR. It is not every man who can
make even a good shoe or coat. To be profound and
successful, a man must have a GENIUS for the pro
fession—a natural talent and aptitude for its pursuit.
It must be a passion, an instinct, so as to produce an
almost intuitive perception of the case and its re
medy. No man should practice, unless he has studied
and observed disease and treatment in all their
phases with an OLD EXPERIENCED PRACTI
TI ONER for at least ten years at the bedside of
the sick. All announcements of graduating classes
in Medical Colleges, as at present conducted, should
be headed, as in the Tribune, ‘ WORK FOR IHE
UNDERTAKERS.’’
In this country, ALL ARE DOCTORS—men
ana women. When you are sick everybody pre
scribes - every one understands your disease, snd
each has a remarkable remedy. The otsterman
leaves his stand to put up a doctor’s shingle— the
cobbler turns from mending shoes to. cobble huhan
bodies. The male and female fiends in human shape
perform dissections on LIVING BEINGS, plunging
in cold blood murderous instruments into the living
heart and brains of unborn innocence.
The HUMAN SYSTEM, though composed pi
many parts is ONE. Noone part can become dis
eased without involving other parts, and often the
whole body. Symptoms show themselves in one
place, while the real disease is located in another.
The form of the disease has changed an hundred
times, yet all these changes have but one cause.
How false and fraudulent then is that practice
which confines its treatment to one disease, or
one organ, as the LUNGS ALONE—ihe WOMB —
the genitals— to cancers-SCROFULAot mere sur
gical operations, &.c. As no malady in any one part
arises from precisely the same causa in different per
sons; and as no disease exists alone it is impossible
to treat any case properly unless we are FAMILIAR
with ALL KNOWN DISEASES and their APPRO
PRIATE REMEDIES.
WE ANNOUNCE TO THE PUBLIC,
I. That we use no medicine but what we make in
our own CHEMICAL LABORATORY, as we can
rely on no other on account of adulterations.
11. We invariably find the real disease, its cause,
origin, &c., to the satisfaction ot the patient beiore
we begin our treatment—and hence we never move
IX lfl HE wfe ß CHARGE NOTHING for EXAMINA
TIONS or our OPINION in any case, and thus give
patients an opportunity to judge of our ability, mode
of treatment, &c., beiore putting them to any ex
pense. „ X X A. A
IV. We do not confine our treatment to one dis
ease, or any one class of remedies—but treat all in
ternal and external maladies in men, women and
children, and use all the remedies which God and
nature have provided.
V our examinations and treatment are peculiar,
unlike nearly all others-impressing the COMMON
SENSE of all with their and RA
TIONALITY. We heal diseased LIMBS WITHOUT
AMPUTATION—cure FISTULAS W1 IHoUT CUT
TING-all diseases of the EYES WITHOUT Ot'E
RAI lONS—remove PROLAPSUS and other affec
tions of the WOMB WITHOUT INJECTIONS.
CAUSTICS, PESSARIES, or SUPPORTERS, and
affections of the Lungs without BREATHING PIPES
or SHOULDER BRACES . k
VI. In those diseases of certain parts of the human
system in which BALSaM of COPAVIA, CUBEBS,
NITRE, TURPENTINE, &c., are used, with injec
tions of NITRATE of SILVER, SULPHATE of
ZINC SUGAR of LEAD, and other ASTRINGENTS
and CAUSTICS-WE KNOW the treatment is all a
LIE and a CHEAT—it NEVER cuied a case, but al
most invariably produces STRICTURES, disease of
“he KIDNEYS, of the HEAD, LIVER and STO
MACH; symptoms of GRAVEL and STONE, and
often HYDROCELE &c .
Vil Ina similar class of disea-es in which COR
ROSIVE SUBLIMATE. CALOMEL, BLUE PILL,
HYDRIODATE of PUTA'-SA, kARSAPARiLLA
SLOPS &c .with CAUSTICS, BLACK and YELLOW
WASHES, Blue Stone, Alum, &c., are used—we de
clare beiore Heaven and earth that the above treat
ment is a monstrous swindle—plundering patients of
money add health. It NEVER HEALS, but instead
of this drives the disease into all parts of the system,
producing Soie Throat, Nose and Palate; Catarrh in
the Head, in the Ears, Uterus, Ovaria.&c.—Ulcerated
Bodv and Limbs; Rheumatic pains; Decay of the
Bones; Loss of Hair. Hearing, Sight, Nose, Palate,
&c —Fistulas. Liver Complaint, Lung Consumption
and a host of HEREDITARY DlSEASEStransmitted
to the children of such parents.
TT 3 Without using any of the above QUACKISH
and RUINOUS means. WE PROMISE in every case
A RADICAL and PERMANENT CURE BOR LI HE
with comparatively little medicine,which is without
taste or smell—which neither purges nor vomits,
nor hinders from business, nor exposes the patient
in any way whatever, and which is to be taken only
once in every forty-eight hours It cleanses the
system, renews the constitution, and has saved hun
dreds of persons condemned to die as utterly nope
leir£aCHYSTALISED REMEDY VAPOR BATHS
foKe cure of all MEKCURI AL DISEASES, RHEU
MATISM. SCROFULA. COLDS, COUGHS, &.C.
Office open from 8 o’clock A. M. to 8 P. M. Sun
days from 9 to 10 A M. and irom 7to 8 P. M.
y JAMES McALISTER 8c Co. Proprietors,
jyß Jy 3m* No. I<7 Chambers st., N. Y.
LADIES’ DINING SALOON.
The BEST DINING SALOON in New York is
•‘MERCER’S,” IS7 Nassau street.cor. of Ann, a
tew doors from the Museum. Call and see.
Ladies and families are also informed that a
snacions Saloon, on the second floor, has been appro
iStod for their exclusive use. which is under the
S Aonal charee of MRS. MERC Eli, and where they
can rely ou receiving the utmost attention. The en
trance to the Ladies’ Saloon is at the private door, 29
A sj n ß t —A few choice Lodging Rooms to let to per
manent or transient boarders.
reSl> jI^ERCER, Proprietor-
EXCURSIONS.
:MORNING LINE,,
AT 6% O’CLOCK —New Indonend
JMent OppoiitioDjDay Line tor ALBANY
waaaadrawia landing at Newburgh, 'oughkeepsie,
Kingston, Bristol, Hud c on, and Coxsackie. Passage
50 cents; to the Landings, 25 cents. Breakfast and
Dinner on board the boat
ihe new and splendid steamer CATALINE, Cur
tis Peck. Jr., commander, will leave the pier at the
foot of Bobinson street, Monday, Wednesdav and
Friday, at 6% o’clock, A. Nt, touching at the foot of
Hammond st. Regular days Irom New York, Mont
days. Wednesdays, and Fridays. Albany, Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays.
For passage or light freight, apply at the office on
board ti»e boat or to G. W. WILLIAMSON, at the
at the office on the wharf jy!s 3m*
DAY LINE FOR ALBANY & TROY,
AND THE INTERMEDIATE LAND
INGS.—The large and e<egant low
iAMtSHifceWrkiasLspressure steamer NEW WORLD,
('apt. 8 R Roe, will leave the new pier, foot of
Chambers street, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sa
turdays, at 7 o’clock, A. M., making the usual land
ings. Returning, will leave Albany on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays. Breaklast and Dinner on
board. jyls 3i*
DAILY EXCURSIONS
TO COLD SPRING AND PEEK
SKILL, landing at West Point, Ver
planck’s, Giassy Point, Peck’d Dock,
(Haverstraw.) Rockland Lake, Sing Sing, Tarry
town. Dobbs’ Ferry, Hastings, and Yonkers l'he
new and splendid steamer JOSEPH BELKNAP, Cap
tain J F. Tallman, will leave the steamboat pier, at
the foot of Chambers street, every morning at seven
o’c’ock. Returning will leave Cold Spring at 12%
o’clock. M.; leaves Peekskill at 1% P. M. On Sun
days this boat will extend her trips to Newburgh
and the. intermediate landings. Returning, will
leave Newburgh at 1%, Peekskill at 3, and Sing Sing
at 4 P. M., landing at Hammond street, going and re
turning.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or to WM.
RADFORD & CO. <O2 West street. No freight re
ceived at Hammond street. All freight must be paid
for when taken on board. >yls t oil*
GRAND EXCURSIONS TO THE
r BANKS. OFF SANDY
HOOK, every Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday. The steamer
BUFFALO will leave foot of Robinson st at 8, Ham
mold st. B%,Canal st 8%, Catharine st 8%, Grand st.
9, P.er 3 N.H 9% A M. Fare 12% cents each way.
Retu r ning, 6 P.M. Refreshments on board. jyls 3m
“steamboat excursions
n- TO THE ELYSIAN FIELDS, HO-
steamboat PIONEER,
on and af’er June 24th. will make daily
excursions to that favorite place of resort, leaving
the font ot Christopher street, at 9%,i0% and 11% A.
M.; 1%, 2%, 3%. 4%, 5%, 6% and 7% P. M ; leave loot
of 15th st., at 9% A, M ; See , &c., to 7% P. M. Re
tuning, will leave the Elysian Fields for Christo
pher street at the even hours from 10 o’clock A. M.
to 8 o’clock P. M. (omitting the one o’clock trip.)
Fare s% cents each way. JYl4t*
THE CHOLERA,
THOUGHTS UPON AND FACTS ABOUT,
Perhaps no care may wholly prevent a liability to
an attack of this disease; the rich and the poor are
equally subject to its attacks. You will have it, if
you happen to be where the airstrikes you, charged
with choleraic vapor.
The great question is, as to the cure. For, like In
fluenza, all may have it, no matter what preventive
may be used. Now, experience must direct us in
this, as in other matters; and experience will not
generally deceive; if a course has been pursued,
which has never failed to cure, we may reasonably
expect that it will not fail us. Let us understand
the matter well. A disease well understood is half
cured.
During, the year 1831-2 I wag in London, at which
time the Cholera raged in that city with extreme
violence. There 1 had many opportunities of testing
the efficacy of BRANDRETH’S PILLS in that dis
ease. 1 will relate three cases because each in the
commencement differed in its symptoms from the
other, though all without doubt were cases of ma
lignant Cholera.
Mr. H., a man who had enjoyed good health, and of
sound constitution, was attacked with giddiness,
sickness at the stomach, and violent pain and anxiety
in the region of the heart and liver: In fifteen min
utes he was so perfectly helpless, that he had to be
carried to his bed. In this case, the skin had assumed
a deadly paleness, and was cold to the touch. Sick
ness of stomach and rice-like dejections had com
menced. In this condition of the patient, six of
BRANDRETH’S PILLS were administered, and the
same dose repeated in 30 minutes. One hour after
wards, six more pills were given, and in a few min
utes the patient was asleep, the pain and cramp hav
ing entirely ceased. In about two hours he awoke,
and the medicine operated, and brought away an
enormous mass of black feetid matter. He took the
pills in various doses, for three days, and was in his
usual health four days after the attack.
In the second case, the circumstances were some
what different. The individual was in fair but not
robust health; free, however, from any kind of dis
ease. One evening, he went to bed feeling as well
as usual. In the night he was awoke by the most vio
lent cramps in the bowels and limbs, and filled the
house with his agonizing cries. Sickness of stomach,
and rice-like evacuations were present almost the
instant he awoke. This man had BRANDRETH’S
PILLS and brandy in his house. He swallowed
brandy and the pills, and in fifteen minutes had got
down thirty, and nearly half a pint of brandy. In less
than half an hour, the Pills evidently commenced
their operation, and he was easier: in two hours
irom the commencement of the attack he was in bed
and asleep, having been relieved in that time of
nearly two gallons of dark, black matters, from his
bowels and circulation. In the afternoon of the
same day, he was in his store attending to his ordi
nary affairs of business.
The third case was that of a young man about
twenty-five, he was perfectly well five minutes be
fore the attack—had never been subject to sickness
at all; never had a faint turn in his life beiore. This
man, in the very prime of life and health, was struck
down by choleraic miasma in an instant. I was pre
sent and saw this myself; never was there anything
so appalling. In the midst of health, we found our
selves in sickness. 1 was not long in applying the
remedy. I gave him six BRANDRETH’S PIILS,
and half a wine glass of brandy: had him carried to
bed; in half an hour gave him three more pills. Con
striction of the stomach, and anxiety, and bursting
feeling about the heart, relieved. Nothing was
thrown up, and the evacuations from the bowels
slight though of the peculiar odor and color belong
ing only to th© cholera. The patient now fell into a
sleep which lasted two hours; when he awoke, his
bowels discharged about a quart of rice-watery fluid
but thicker than the ordinary dejection in Cholera.
In a short time after this evacuation, the Pills evi
dently began to exert their qualities and brought
away large, dejections of black, tanny-iike stools,
which a third dose of Pills, entirely evacuated and
terminated in healthy bilious stools. In three days
the patient was in his usual health.
Now it willbe seen that no outward remedies were
used in these cases. That they may be beneficial 1
am not by any means sure. Certainly they will be
injurious if we expect them to do.what can only be
done by internal remedies. We mustremember that
it is the absorption of vapor into our bodies, which
has paralyzed our life POWERS; stopped the flow
of the bile; suspended our salivary ducts; placed an
iron gripe on our heart and liver. What can you do
in these circumstances—rely on outward applica
tions ? Oh! this were madness. Oppose the
EVIL SPIRIT OF CHOLERA,
WITH THE GOOD SPIRIT OF BRANDRETH
PILLS, which will expel him, provided they grapple
with him while he is but an instant; for when his de
mon like power has strengthened upon your life
principle, no hope remains. When the disease com
mences, then commence with BRANDRETH’S
PILLS. Should you use calomel instead of them,
and recover, you will have an enfeebled constitu
tion, and a mercurial disease to contend with, for
the remainder of your days. But BRANDRETH’S
PILLS leave no injurious effects behind them. Let
them be used in any quantities to eradicate the dis
ease; no evil can result from their use. I am
sure that while they can be swallowed, there is
HOPE OF THE PATIENT’S RECOVERY.
This terrible disease has resisted nearly all the
efforts of medicine to arrest its progress; but BRAN
DRETH’S FILLS, it has been seen, almost immedi
ately that they are swallowed, exert a benefical
influence; they carry out of the system the irrita
ting matters upon which the disease depends for its
continuance; they arouse the vi’al powers, and re
storewarmth to the surface, previously chilled by
the coldness of approaching death. There is no
occasion FOR fear, provi oed BRANDRETH’S PILLS
are on hand ready for immediate use; their prompt
administration will vanquish the malady and restore
the health.
The BRANDRETH PILLS are sold at 25 cents per
box, by one Agent in every town m the United States
ana in almost every citv throughout the world. Let
all be careful where they buy, or they will obtain a
counterfeit. Buy only of men whose characters you
know to be above so mean an action as to sell a false
for the true BRANDRETH’S PILL. Observe the
six signatures of Dr. BRANDRETH on each box.
PRINCIPAL BRANDRETHIAN OFFICE, 241
BROADWAY, NEW YORK, UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA.
Address all letters concerning Agencies or advice
to Dr. Brandreth.as above. All such letters must be
post paid. my2o 3m
GAy LER’S
SALAMANDER SAFES.
ONE MORE PROOF OF THE EFFICIENCY and
practical utility of C J. Gayler’s Salamander
Safes is offered by the following certificate from
Messrs. Gilbert & Co., of Buffalo.
Buffalo, Jan 6,1849.
This may certify that one of C. J Gayler’s single
Salamander safes was in our soap and candle manu
factory, which with several other buildin s was de
stroyed by fire on the night of the 4th inst. There
was a large amount of stock in the building, consist
ing of rosin, tallow, and other combustible materials,
which with the safe fell into the cellar The stock
was entirely consumed. This subjected the sate to a
heat so intense, that the brass knob, name plate and
escutcheon were entirely melted ff Yet on open
ing the safe the next morning, (which wo did with
the key.) we are pleased to state that we found its
contents, consisting of books papersandbank bills,
(the latter were loose in the drawer,) uninjured and
perfectly legible. We should state that tne above
mentioned safe was one of the S7O size we have
purchased another of Mr. Gayler’s safes, and have
every confidence in its security against fire. From
actual experience, we cheerfully recommend them
to th° public. We will add. that at the time of the
burning, the safe was so situated as to receive the
full effectof the fire.
(Signed) GILBERT & CO.
certificate
Of Capt- Comstock, of the steamer Empire Sta'e.
New York, Feb. 10,1849.
Dear Sir—The Improved Single Salamander Safe of
your manufacture that was on the steamer Empire
State, which was burned on the 13th ult., at the
wharf at Fall River, I am pleased to inform you has
fully sustained the confidence I had in its fire prod
qualities. 'I he machinery and the whole interior of
the boat bear evidence that the heat was intense;
and the s<fe was so located as to be lully exposed to
its effects for several hours, and for a longer period
than it would have been in the destruction of a large
building by fire. ,
The safe contained all the valuable silver plate
and the books and papers belonging to the boat. The
entire contents were fully preserved, and were
found not in any way injured.
Owners and others interested in steamboats par
ticularly, and all who wish to preserve their books,
plate, money and other valuables from fire can, in
my opinion, have all the security they desire, in the
use of the Salamander Safe of your manufacture.
Yours truly.
(Signed) JOSEPH J. COMSTOCK.
ToC.J. Gayler, New York.
Gayler’s Safes.— The publication of the above
certificates showing the absolute security of Gay
ier’s >afes, reminds us that we have seen the process
of their manufacture, from the sheet of boiler iron <o
the solid and massive safe, always of course except
ing that special process, which Mr. Gayler wisely
keeps to himself, of filling in the composition which
makes them so effectually fire pre of. We remember
that alter passing through his manufactory and ob
serving the pains taken with every part ot the busi
ness—the fitting of a rivet no less than the compact
ing of a joint—we came away with the conviction
that if sales could be sales, Mr Gayler’s sales were
sates; and so complete was our satisfaction that we
immediately secured one for our own office.
Since then we have watched, with some interest,
the increasing popularity of Mr. Gaoler’s safes, and
having so cordially expressed confidence m their
security, have kept an eye upon the records of fires,
that if our confidence in these "safes that are safes”
was undeserved, we might know it In justice to the
maker we may say that not an instance of their fail
ure has come under our notice, while on the other
hand evidences of-their power to withstand intense
heat, and of their vast strength, which secures them
against injury irom whatever height they may fall,
have been as satisfactory as even Mr. Gayler himself
could desire. Two evidences of these qualities arc
published in this paper to-day. others have been
before the public. To these triumphs of mechanism
and science we willingly call attention. Mr. Gayler
has long been employed in this peculiar business; a
desire to excel in it seems to be his controlling mo
tive; and we do not believe that under any tempta
tion of competition in /price he would send forth a
safe that he was not satisfied was fully up ’o his stan
dard in the essential of security and
strength —[Commercial Advertiser. jyß 3t
SfBB»G JUST FINISH'D
fws® THE most splendid article ever offered.—
Ri'w Elegant French (Silk Hats at the low price of
usually sold at $4. Also, an article at $2,50
and»2,25. Meat Hats (it 82.
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Ur. Powell’s office,No. 261 Broadway, entrance 1%
Warren st. a22 3m
WILLIAM ROBERTS,
ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
RESPECTFULL Y informs his friends and the pub
lic in genera) ,that he has removed his place oi
business from
NO. 71 NASSAU STRRET, to
No. 13 CHAMBERS STREET,
where he will be happy to receive orders in the dif
ferent branche of Wood Engraving.
N. B.—Particular attention is paid to fine book v
>iotr<»+inn« rvll
■coffee AND DINING SALOON.
['HE subscriber having fitted up in a splendid man
ner the store
z No 71 PEARL STREET, (Facing Coenties’Slip,)
is a COFFEE HOUSE and DINING SALOON, would
respectfully solicit the patronage of those whom busi
ness may draw to the lower part of the city. Ihe
proprietor having been engaged in the business for a
dumber of years, feels confident that those who will
avor his
NEW ESTABLISHMENT
with a call, will find everything to their liking and
entire satisfaction.
The place is admirably adapted to Ship Masters,
vlerchants, Clerks, and likewise to Country Mer
chants, who desire their meals in the vicinity of theii
business. GEonGE brown. Proprietor.
my2o 3mLate of Lovejoy’s Hotel.
EMBROIDERIES, EMBROIDERIES.
G STEWART, 445 Broadway between Canal and
• Grand streets, has just received per steamer,
20,000 dollars worth of rich French Embroiders
which form the choicest selections ever imported
into tnis market. This lot of goods I can sell at 30
per cent, less than any other house in New York,
which is a great item to Ladies who are about to
make their summer purchasers before retiring into
the country. Mvl3 3m
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT
OF BEDSTEADS, BEDS, MAT?
WI TRESSES AND FEATHERS, ever
offered for sale, at MARTIN WIL
LARD’S WAREROOMS, 150 Chat-
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The attention of Housekeepers and others is par
ticularly called to Well’s Patent Right and Left
Screw Bedsteads, which drew the Premium at the
late Fair of the American Institute.
Old Beds renovated. Cots wholesale and retail.
Al 5 6m
SAMUEL C. JOLLIE,
PIANO FORTE & MUSIC WARE
HOUSE, No. 300 Broadway, Agent for
NUNNS & CO.’S celebrated Piano-
HS & l Sfortes, Pitt, Lewis & Co.’s Double ac
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Melodeons, Seraphines. Accordeons, Guitars,
Violins, Violincellos, Flutes, Clarionets,
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BANDS SUPPLIED.
S C. J., having purchased At will’s entire siock
and Catalogue of Music, solicits a continuance of
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No 300 BROADWAY.
a few doors above Stewart’s, on the same side of the
-treet. jf.3 3m*
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PATENT MELODEANS.
4—“ A new musical instrument,with the
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YYj handsomely finished as any piano-
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Broadway, up stairs. We can assure the musical
public that these instruments are altogether super
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this city, and any one who will take the trouble to
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, Prices.
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Five do. do. do. Fto F, 75
Large five octave, cases elegantly finished in
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IMMENSE BAVINO 1» OBTAINED
IN THE USE OF
EDWARDS’ EGG POWDER.
Thousands are using ii
speak of it m admiration.—
Captain Cameron adds his
valuable testimony, as fol
iriT-rwIW lows:
New York, Jan. 13, 1849-
I Having used Edwards’ Egg
Powder, in my family, and
fully satisfied myself of its
merits, I shall purchase a
supply of it for the use of
-.he ship Robert Bowne.on
ts voyage to California. J
cordially recommend it to
captains of vessels as well
as house-Keepeis generally. .
F G. CAMERON, ship Robert Bowne.
The Egg Powder will sell in California at immense
profits. Depot, 40 Chatham street. Sold also at 132
Chatham, 44 Fulton, 250 Greenwich, 116 Spring, 284
Bowery. 3m
CHOLERA.
THE ATTENTION of the public is invited to the
following important recommendation:—
“ The undersigned, being familiar with the effects
of “THE WASHINGTON ELIXIR” when admin
istered in cases of Cholera Morbus, Dysentery,&c
and having noticed the wonderful efficacy of its ac
tion in these and similar complaints, would recom
mend our fellow citizens to use it as a preventive,
and in the premonitory symptoms of ASIATIC
CHOLERA. We are confident that if applied in the
stage where Diarrhoea begins to act, it will arrest
the symptoms at once and disperse the predisposing,
causes.”
Isaac Shaurman, ?99 Eighth street.
J. Campbell, Jr., Butchers and Drover’s Bank.
E M Guion,M.D., 127 Bowery.
D. W. Townsend, Bowery Bank.
Arne st Fink, 32 Spring street.
Geo W. Allerton. Twenty-third street.
This invaluable Remedy, the efficacy of which is
established by the testimony of thousands, can al
ways be had at the Principal Office of
IjelO irnis*] J- McALISTER. 14' Fulton st,
and also of Dr. E, M. GUION. 127 Bowery.
restaurant”
£ c BROTHERS PERKINS” respectfully beg to in
-O form their friends especially, and the public
generally, that they have leased the entire basement
of ODD FELLOWS HALL, (105 by 75 feet,)corner of
Grand and Centre street, and regardless of expense,
have furnished it. and intend to keep it in a style they
are confident will meet the wishes of the most fasti
dious. J- H. PERKINS.
\26 tfA. H. H. PEKKiNS.
TERROR OF THE CHOLERA
GROUNDLESS.
AN immense number of persons have used the cel
ebrated CANCHALA.GUA of CALIFORNIA
since its very recent introduction into this country
by MR. GAY, and they all concur in stating that one
of its most astonishing properties is its immediate
and effectual action upon the blood. A freer and
more rapid circulation is at once produced, and the
slightest wound will readily prove how liquid and
pure the blood at once becomes. Its action is felt
through every vein ol the body, with the most inyig
orating power; it is not like deeding, which relieves
the system by conveying from it only the purer and
more liquid limpid blood, and leaves its stagnant and
vitiated particles behind; nor like transfusion and
injection, which add to a fluidity at the expense of its
quality; but it creates, as it were, a new and healthy
blood, and imparts new life and action to every part
of the body. So long as the blood is pure and healthy,
no infection, however malignant, can take deep hold
of the system, and the . /
SPASMODIC CHOLERA
may, through its use, be deprived of its malignant
character.
Its superior efficacy in the purification of the blood
will soon manifest itself upon trial; and whilst the
general health will be benefitted by its use, the
whole system will be in a condition to render it im
pregnable to n alignent epidemical diseases.
For sale at Gay’t Canchalagua Depot, Gothic Hall,
Broadway, and by the apothecaries generally. ,
fTT 0 CAUTIO A spurious extract oi the Cali
fornia plant is made and sold by Dr. Townsend Be
on your guard against counterfeits. je3 3mis*
TIAMES J. MAPES,
AGRICULTURAL CHEMIST, CONSULT
ING ENGINEER, &0., &0.,
MAY be consulted at his residence near Newark,
New Jersey, on tUe application of Chemistry
and Natural Philosophy, to the Mechanic Arts and
on Theoretical and Practical Agriculture, including
ho making of composts, special manure, &c., &c.
ITT” Letters on any of the above subjects, contain
ing a proper fee, will be duly answered. t
Ji.wark. New Jereer m< «
AMUSEMENTS.
CASTLE GARDEN.
e SIXTH WEEK OF THE
triumphantly successful
SUMMER FETES!
TICKETS, TWENTY Fl' EVENTS EACH
Doors open at 6, Concert to commence at 8. precisely,
EXTRAORDINARY A I’TRAoTIoNS
Inorder to ensure » con inuance of the liberal pa
tronage hitherto extended to
THE SUMMEh FETES,
The Managershave, at a very heavy expense, effect
ed engagements with
Mme.BERTON, Pnma Donna.
M. CORRaDI, Bantone,
M. BERTON, Tenor,
From the
NEW ORLEANS FRENCH OPEBA,
Who will appear every Evening this week, in a
GRAND SPECTACLE CONCERT,
Representing, for the first time in this cty, the most
POPULAR FRENCH OPER AS.
IN FULL COSTUME AND WI H ACTION.
The first Opera oi the series will be
LE M AUTRE DE CHAPELLE.
Full Particulars will be duly announced.
The Instrumental and Vocal Conceits, and the Balls
will also be continued as usu si,and ti e price of
admission will still remain at
KT*-TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. jy!s It*
CASTLE garden.
A CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC will
be given on SUNDAY EVENING. July 15,
by the celebrated New York Brass Band, un
derthe direction of Mr. J. Noshcr.
Admission 12% cents
Concert to commence at 8 o’clock.
The Cosmoramas have been correctly arranged,
and can be seen at all times. jy!s
MR. X JONES,
The admired Vocalist, formerly Principal
Tenor of the Park Theatre, Prolessor of Sing
ing. Piano, &c. respectfully informs the mu
sical public, that he has resumed the teach
ing of Singing, Piano, &c. and will be happy to attend
pupils at their residence or at his Teaching Room,
P P 304 BROADWAY, COR. DUANE. ,
over Mr. Colman’s Picture Store. Mr. Jones’ well
known system of cultivating the voice, and also of
improving its tone and quality, entitle him to the
consideration of all who desire to sing artistically.
Song Singing.— This is a system peculiar to Mr.
Jones; it is that of imparting to his pupils the ability
to sing songs, &c. in a fashinable style, without the
necessity of their going through a regular course of
Singing Lessons.
Terms moderate, which may be known by apply
ingat his room as above. my 6 3m
INTERNATIONAL ART UNION
FREE GALLERY, 289 BROADWAY.
Established in the c.ty of new york,
for the promotion of the taste for the Fine Arts
in the United States of America, by introducing,
through the means ot a perpetual Free Gallery the
chef b’jeuvres ot the European and American
Schools of Art. Its object is to furnish the student
ot art with paintings worthy to become his models,
and to promote a sreneral public taste.
Subscriptions $5 per annum, foi which each sub
scriber becomes a member and entitled to al) the pri
vileges ol the Institution, which are as follows:
1 A magnificent Annual Engraving, worth the full
price of the annual subscription.
2. A share in the Annual Distribution of Paintings
and Works of Art of the very highest class; such as
have never been offered to subscribers to any Art
Union in the world.
3. A sufficient sum will be annually set anartfor
tho purpose of sending one American student or
more, according to its revenues received from sub
scriptions, to Europe for a term of two years, at the
expense of the International Art Union. The student
or students to be selected by a committee of compe
tent and disinterested persons. Students of Art from
any part of the Union may participate in the public
exposition which will take place annually, in the
city of New York, from which the selection will be
made lor the term of study abroad.
4 To the purchase of valuable National Publica
tions, which will also be distributed by lot to the
subscribers. I hese works will illustrate the History
or the Scenery ot the United States. Thus it will be
seen that every subscriber not only receives a mag
nificent Engraving, worth the full amount of his
subscription, but also may obtain one of the most
splendid and valuable Original Paintings of the Eu
ropean and American Schools of Art.
5. Subscriptions may be sent by mail, (enclosing
cash, and postage paid.) directed to the managers of
the international Art Union, who will immediately
forward a certificate of membership.
Subscribers for 1849 will receive a copy of the
splendid mezzotint engraving of “ THE PRAYER,”
by AU a is, -after Dubate s great picture.
The first annual distribution will take place De
cember 10th, 1819
Amongstthe many beautiful paintings already pur
chased for distribution, is Waldmuller’s " CHIL
DREN LEAVING SCHOOL,” the best picture ever
purchased by any Art Union.
my>3 3m GOUPIL, VIBERT 1 8c CO.,Managers.
DR. HOMER BOSTWICK,
LECTURER ON DISEASES
OF THE GENITO URINARY .ORGANS.
AUTHOR of a Complete Practical Work on the
Nature and Treatment of Venereal Diseases.
Quarto, 77 splendid plates.
Extract from the “ Boston Medical and Surgical
Journal:”—“ It is illustrated by extraordinary spe
cimens of colored lithography, equalling copper en
gravings in the delicacy oi their finish. And it is a
striking evidence of the indomitable perseverance
of a man who seems to possess an unconquerable en
ergy that will enable him to leave his foot-prints in
societ”, so that he will be spoken of when the me
mor.als of him are only to be found in the libraries
oi those who know not that he was both censured
and envied while living Without attempting a mi
nute comparison of this Venereal Guide, with Eu
ropean publications on the same family of diseases,
it may be said fearlessly, that this is decidedly,
and without qualification, equal to any of them.—
The plates in Acton’s Treatise are not equal to these.
By contrasting the two volumes, both the matter and
the manner oi giving instruction, in our humble esti
mation, should be accorded to the New Yoik press.
Dr. Bostwick has done the profession a good service,
and nothing can prevent this able work from being
spread over the land, as the fact can neither be de
nied nor concealed, that he has produced a thorough,
well-digested, systematic treatise, which far sur
passes any thing of the kind, on this branch oi prac
tice heretofore attempted in this country.”
Author of a Treatise on ‘he Nature and Treatment of
Spermatorrhoß, or Seminal Diseases, resulting from
self abuse.
Impotency, and other kindred affections. 251 pages,
14 plates.
Author of a work entitled, Hints to Young Physi
cians.
Author of the Family Physician.
And Attending Physician and Surgeon to the New
York Medical and Surgical Institute, 75 Chambers
street—removed to 504 Broad way, eight doors above
Broome street—where he may be consulted any time
between the hours of eight o’clock in the morning
and nine in the evening, and where any oi the above
works may be had.
Also for sale at 155,161, 222,262,575,633 Broadway
The usual monthly reports of this institution, enu
merating cases cured, will not bepublisln d tor the
present. HOMER BOSTWICK, M. D.,
my 27 3m*504 Broadway.
NEW HAIR-DRESSING
AND BATHING ROOMS.
GEO. CIPRICO, formerly ot Lovejoy’s Hotel,
would inform his friends and the public general
ly, that he has opened a new and elegant Bathing
and Hair-Dressing Saloon, in French’s magnificent
Hotel, entrance in Frankfort street, and assures the
public that for neatness, elegance and convenience,
it is unsurpassed He would ieturn his thanks to the
public for the liberal patronage which he has re
ceived for over seven years, at his old stand, and so
licits a continuance oi their favors. His place is
now open for tne public, and every pains will be ta
ken to give entire satisfaction to all who patronize
him. je3 2m*
SELPHO’S FIRST
PREMIUM ANGLESEY LEG.
Patronised by the most eminent
Sur ? eons throughout Europe,
and by the most distinguished ol
their professional 'brethren in
this country, and allowed by all
to be the nearest approach to na
ture hitherto produced. Intro
ducedinto this country and made
solely by
WM. SELPHO, 24 Spring st.. New York.
Also, SELPHO’S ARTIFICIAL HAND, an entirely
new and simple substitute for a lost hand, which, oy
means of a useful arrangement, the stump is made
toopen and shut the fingers, grasp, &c. Further in
formation on application, or oy letter, post paid, at
tended to >kl7 am*
DA6UERRIAN MATERIALS.
J OHM ROACH, OPTICIAN,79 NASSAU STREET,
N. Y., is manufacturing American Cameras of im
ported Flint Glass, which are warranted equal to the
best made in Europe. Also on hand, VOIGTLAND
ER Cameras, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, &c., Bic. Gal
vanic Batteries for gilding and silvering. Electro
magnetic Machines for medical purposes.
Glasses of the first quality in gold, silver, and steel
frames. Thermometers.wholesale and retail jf.2 3m*
WILLIAM N. DUNNEL’S
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT,
141 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK.
Every description of Engraving promptly attended
to, and Designs made if required.
BOOK AND MAGAZI ' E WORK, CARDS, LABELS, BILL HEADS,
CIRCULARS, CHECKS, NOTES, LODGE SEALS, BILLS
OF LADING AND EXCHANGE.
WOOD ENGRAVING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
je3 3m*
GUTTA PERC A.
THE American Gutta Percha Co., 120 Fulton st.,
New York—Manufacture under their patents,
.md offer for sale Gutta Percha for boot and shoe
soles, put on with cement. The testimony of thou
sands who have made use of them for the past year
Cully establishes the economy, healthfulness and
comfort of the article as compared with leather It
is estimated that fifteen millions of dollars per annum
would be saved to the people of the United States, by
the use of this article. Any person can apply them,
and if the directions are followed, which are very
simple. they cannot come off’.
“ Gutta Percha Water Pipes” as compared with
metal, are found to possess decided advantages; they
will not burst by freezing, impart no poison or flavor
to the water, will sustain more pressure than lead ol
■ qual thickness, and more cheaply put up.
" Gutta Percha Speaking-Pipes” convey sound bet
ter than metal
“ Gutta Percha Bottles and Tunnels” are found tn
resist acids and answer admirably for quicksilver,
alsosporting flasks and medicine bottles fortraveling.
“ Gutta Percha Machine-Bands and Driving Belts,”
are preferred in most cases to leather; are not con
tracted or expanded by any degree of heat or cold
under 140 degrees Run as well in water as in the
air; can be furnished of any length in one piece and
joined without the use of leather; aie found, by use,
to be permanently durable and economical.
“ Gutta Percha Flexible Hose” requires no oil or
drying, is always to handle, and considered
superior to leather or rubber.
"Round Bands”lorlathesare as strong and durable
as Cat-gut, and joined by their own adhesion, with
out a hook and eye.
“ Gutta Percha’’ is also preferred to lead for lining
Water-tanks, Bathing tubs and Coffins; is well adapt
ed to Picture-frames, Buckets, Wine-coolers, Book-
Binding, &c., &c.
The articles are manufactured and sold un
der warrantee. I'he money will, in all cases, be re
funded if the article does not f ully answer the recom
mendation. S. T ARMSTRONG,
Only Patentee for the U S. Warehouse,
a22 tfl2o Fulton st., N Y.
PIERCE’S NEW TWO-OVEN
MANGE FOR
BRICK OVEN-TOP.—This useful and economical
invention is guaranteed the best baker ever off er
ed. It is used in many ot the first houses in the city,
and has given univeissl satisfaction Those who
study economy with comfort and neatness in their
kitchen arrangements, will find this fixture unex
ceptionable every way, and once in use, it will be
esteemed indispensable. Full satisfaction guaran
teed or no sale. GEORGE PIERCE <sc < 0.,
my2o tf 292 Broadway.
J. NELSON, N. V. ASTROLOGER,
/f GRAND STREET, has been consulted by
upwards of 15,(00 persons in this city. Thou
sands of scientific and respectable gentry would be
ready to vindicate his knowledge and capacity of
giviqg judgment on all contingencies through life.
He predicted the great fire which happened the 2uth
July, 1845. Many of the firemen heard of it two or
three weeks beiore it happened, by his first naming
it to the loreman of No. 2 Engine, through which the
Chief Engineer heard of it, which caused great con
sternation.
P. S.—J. N. does not read the planets from a book,
but gives scientific judgment on the above science
without the aid of palmancy, phrenology, cards, &c.
Astrology is a science deep enough to occupy the
study ot one’s life.
No. 455 Grand street, between Pitt and Ridge ; old
number 425.
Pee reduced for a short time.
Stages pass the door every few minutes. jyl 2m*%
CAnD,
DR. WHEELER, Oculist, 29 Greenwich street, de
votes his exclusive attention to diseases of the
Eye and Ophthalmic Surgery Also to the inserting
ot Ar ificial Eyes, of which he has just imported
from one of the first makers in Paris, and are the
finest collection in the United States. A treatise,
with numerous cases of his great success in Opthal
mic Diseases, may be had gratis, by applying at his
Office Hours of attendance. BA. fvi.toi I’ M m 4 fim
FACTS FOE THE PEOPLE.
WE ASK THE INHABITANTS OF THE CITY
of New Yoik and surrounding country to re
flect upon the merits oi the New York Cemetery.l
and then decide whether the advantages it possesses
and the inducements offered to the public by the
Company are worthy of consideration.
IHE NEW YORK CEMETERY CO.
are now selling lots capable of holding from fif
teen to twenty bodies for tho very low price of
sls, payable $3 on subscribing, the balance $2 per
month, thereby placing it in the power of every per
son to own a burial lot without leeling the expense.
We would ask who would be without a lot when the
price is so low and the terms of payment so easy?
We advise all to call at once and subscribe for a lot
before the prices are raised. Our location and build
ings will surpass any Cemetery in this country.
The Company intend to establish a Ferry, so that
funerals can reach the grounds for two cents per pas
senger, each way, which will result in a saving upon
each funeral of at least $lO, compared with other Ce
meteries, making a difference of $ 00 in favor of the
NEW YORK CEMETi' RY on each lot. For further
information call at the offices ol the company. Offi
ces 102 Broadway, N. Y.. and 45 York street, Jersey
City. J AMES T. LEETE, Secretary.
Geo. Wood, Treasurer. je24 Imis*
SOMETHING NEV?
IN THE WAY OF AMUSEMENTS- . Idr
Vaulting Billiard Table. The first and only one
ever made, is now up and in operation at the Arcade
1 Billiard Saloon, 8% Barclay street. A superior lot
of Cue Leathers, just imported from France, for
sale as above. a33 3m
AMUSEMENTS. |
CH AN El? AU’S
NEW NATIONAL THEATRE.
[FORMERLY CHATHAM.]
Sole Proprietor and Lessee, ... Mr. F. 8. Chanfrau
\/l ONDAY EVENING, July 16. the performances
will commence with
THE SOMN AMBULIST—Edm’d Beauchamp. Mr
Jordan; Col Rogan bert, Mr. Warden: Ernestine
Dormeud. Miss Mestayer; Gertrude, Mrs. Isherwood
To be followed by
NEW YORK AS IT IS—Mose, Mr Chanfrau; Joe.
Mr. J Winans; Charles Meadows, Mr. Winans; Ruth
Miss S. Denin.
To conclude with
YOUNG SCAMP—General Beauvoir. Mr.Tavlor;
Arthur. Mr. Croker; Joseph, Miss S. Deinn; Eliza,
Mrs Isheiwood
Doors open at performanceswill commence at
o’clock.
Box 25 cents; Pit, 12K cents; Private Boxesss; Or
chestra Boxes, $3.
BURTON’S THEATRE,
CHAMBERS STREET, REAR OF CITY HALL.
MONDAY EVENING, July 16th, will be per
formed
LONDON ASSURANCE-Sir Harcourt Courtley.
by a distinguished Amateur from the South; Max
Harkway.Mr Lynne; Lady Gay spanker, Miss Fan
ny Wallack; Grace Harkaway, Miss Mary Taylor.
Boxes, Dress Circle and Parquetto, 50 cents; Kami
ly Circle, 25 cents; Private Boxes, S 3 and s>.
Doors open hrif pa»t7. To commence at
At the end of tne comedy, Mr.REDMOND RYAN
will appear and sing tho popular song of the BOLD
SOJER BOY,
BARI’JUM’S AMERICAN MUSEUM
P. T. Barnum,Manager and Proprietor.
J. Greenwood, JrAssistant Manager.
EWERY Day and Evening this week, commencing
Sd MONDAY, July 16. 1849.
SPLENDID PERFORMANCES,
In the afternoon at and every evening at S.o’clk.
THE LUMP OF GOLD.
weighing over seven pounds, and brought from
CALIFORNIA by Lieut E. F Beale.
SIGNOR BLITZ,
who has not his equal in this country either as a
MAGICIAN OR VENTRILOQUIST,
appears at each entertainment in a variety of his
MOST BEWILDERING FEATS.
The popular farce entitled
THE WIDOW’S VICTIM,
will be enacted at each performance.
Also engaged, the well-known 1 omic Singer
MR. JERRY MERRIFIELD.
MISS BARTON, MISS WEST,
Messrs. CHAPMAN and CLARKE.
THE ALBINO LADY,
LIVING ORANG OUTANG.
A LARGE LIVING ANACONDA.
AN ENORMOUS RATTLESNAKE,
twelve feet long and eight inches in circumference.
It is securely confined in astrong iron cage.
THE WAX SCRIP lURE AND TEMPERANCE
STATUARY.
MADAM ROCKWELL, the Fortune Teller.
Admission to the whole, including Museum per
formances, 25 cents; children under 10 years, and old
enough to walk alone, I2K cents.
THE STAGE.
MR. STEVENS, Stage Manager of the Bowery
Theatre, and others of like celebrity, have open
ed a class far Dramatic Instruct on. Therefore. La
dies and gentlemen desirous of entering the i heat
rical profession, can be prepared for the same by ad
vantageous practice on the largest stage in the Un
ion. Terms and full particulars can be ascertained
by applica’ion to Mr. Slevens, at his residence, No
33 Bowery jyls It*
GREAT boat race.
TO COME OFF ON MONDAY, the I6th July, at
3 o’clock, P- M, between John S. Moore, of
Whitehall, and Valentine Combs, of Battery Place,
in nineteen feet working b'ats, for One Hundred
Dollars Starting from Castle Garden, to go round
Bedlow’s Island and return John S Moore pulls
the boat Elizabeth Lozier, from Brooklyn. Valen
tine Combs the John S. Austin of New lork—this
being the second match between these men. John S.
Moore being victorious in the first, and Combs’
friends being quite confident, an exciting rac
may be expected. Admission to the Garden
cents jyls it*
WILLIAM ARDENS j
FOOT OF SOUTH EIGHTH STREET, WIL
LIAMSBURGH, L. I.
Close to the Peck Slip Ferry Landing.
HANfIELD & HOEFI', the proprietors of this
favorite summer resort, beg to inform their
friends and the visitors of last season, that the inter
nal arrangements of the establishment have been
greatly improved. They pledgethemselves to fur
nish the very best refreshments to be secured in our
market.
The proprietors have, moreover, a large and splen
did Floating Bath House, for both Ladies and Gentle
men. By cross,ng the river at either the ferries at
Peck slip or Grand street, the benefitot fresh air and
a bath in pure, untainted sea water, can be obtained
at one and the same time,my27 3m*
CROTON GARDEN,
NO. 45 AVENUE D,
OPEN FOn THE SEASON.
ICE CREAM, Water, &c. constantly on hand.
Families supplied
my 6 6m*JOSEPH PARSONS. Proprietor.
Columbian garden.
200 AND 200 1-53 BOW h RY,
IS NOW OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
ni'HE PR 1 PRIETOR respectfully informs the pub-
Jl lie and his numerous patrons that he has again
fitted up in an elegant and chaste style this favorite
retreat, rendering it at present the most attractive
resort in the city to those who with to regale them
selves with refreshments oi a superior quality as
heretofore.
Ic« Cream furnished to families atfOcts per quart,
a29 4mJ.E r.BLING, Proprietor.
VAUXHALL garden
IS OPEN
FOR I HE SEASON.
BEST of Refreshments, best attendance; past
favors gratefully acknowledged and a continu
ance solicited.
Alstf BRADFORD JONES.
■"DR. POWELL,
OCUIIST, AURISTj&c.
Continues to attend exclusively to Diseases of the
EVE AND EAR,
AT 261 BROADWAY, entrance Warren street,
where may be had his popular *’ Treatiseon the
lye,’ v ritten in language intelligible to the non pro
fessional reader describing the Anatomy, Physiology,
and Diseases of the Organ: and containing rules for
the preservation and improvement of Vision, and
hints for the telection oi SPECTACLES. The third
edition id ust published—price 50 cents.
The public are solicited to investigate Dr. Powell’s
NEW AND IMPORTANT METHOD OF CURING DISEASES OF
the Eye ano Ear. A pamphlet describing cases in
which it is applicable, may be had gratis.
Just imported, a large supply of ARTIFICIAL
EYES They may be inserted without causing
either pain or inconvenience, and as they move in
accordance with the natural eye, it is difficult to dis
cover, when properly inserted, which, is the artifi
cial substitute. a!5 is 6m
NEW GOODS FROM EUROPE.
GOLD WACHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, &c.
AT SQUIRE & BROTHER'S
97 Fulton st., near William, and 182 Bowery, N. Y.
One of the firm has just returned from Eu-
Fotf r ®P e » where he has been selecting goods and
making arrangements with different manufac
turers, so that -we shall be enabled to supply custo
mers at very low prices by receiving our good direct
from the manufacturers in Europe.
Gold Watches, by Tobias, Cooper, Beesley.
Gold Lever Watches, full jeweled, low as S3B.
Gold Watches low as S2O.
Gold and Silver Watches of all kinds.
Gold Chains, new patterns of Ladies’ Chains.
Gold Wedding Kings, made expressly.
Gold Lockets, like watches, open on both sides.
Silver tea setts, silver forks, knives, spoons, &c.
We pride ourselves in our silver, as the quality is
of dollars, latest patterns, and prices low. A new
article of imitation silver forks and spoons, which
looks equally as well as the genuine silver. Silver
plated castors, cake baskets, waiters, &c., a large as
sortment.
Our Rule—All goods warranted as represented.—
One price. Cash only, and cheap.
B. S. SQUIRE,
S. P. SQUIRE
aS ly Importers and Dealers in the above goods.
SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF
EMIGRATION TO CALIFORNIA.
All those young men who wish to emigrate
to the
CALIFORNIAN GOLD REGIONS,
will be supplied by the New Hat Company with
Hats and Caps at prices lower than they can be pro
cured at any other establishment in this city. This is
NO HUMBUG,
as they are daily selling the very finest quality of
Moleskin and Nutria Hats for only Three Dollars.
And what renders their store doubly attractive,is
their well knowns ysiem of having One Price Only
THE >EW HAT COMPANY,
d!7 148 Nassau street
$1.50 HATS,
TRY SMITH’S New and Fashionable Hats
prid at $1,50, cheap enough for a poor man and fit for
ipanfea gentleman. For sale only at the Cheap Ha 4
and Cap Manufactory. 354 Pearl Rt nnnosite Frank
fort at je24 in>
EXAMIME ALL THINGS.
HOLD FASi THAT WHICH «S GOOD.
FOR THE SAFETY OF YOUR OWN HEALTH
examine the various Medicines prepared. Try
tnem on your own independence, not by flattery—
and then you will discover the true merits oi
SCOTT & STEWART’S
UNITED 8 » ATES SYRUP.
It purifies the Blood, operates on the Liver, and
regulates the Digestive Organs, from the derange
ment oi which originate most of the diseases of the
human system. A fair trial will establish its
merit. This is all we ask, and all we rely upon for
its entire success.
Office, 46 Courtlandt st. New York. jelo 3m*
J. LAYNG’SBOOT STORE,
STREET—The cheapest place in the
city to buy Boots, is in the above store, for
fsj every article sold there maybe relied on, be-
as represented. He is a practical mechanic,
and has not to employ a foreman; but buys and cuts
the stock himself, and has th* immediate inspection
of all the work, and pays all the attention that may
benefit his customers, knowing this to be his own in
terest. By this means he has gained a custom
trade, and his numerous customers feel satisfied.
Below is a list of his prices, which defy competition
for the like article:
Finest imported French Calf Dress 800t5... $4 50
Fine or stout Calf, fair stitched 3 5°
Double Sole Water Proof Boots, from $4 50 to 5 00
Best French Patent Leath r Boots, 7 00
Congress Boots and Shoes. &c . &c.,in proportion.
Particular attention paid to measuring, so as in all
cases to warrant a good fit. Mending done in the
store. je24 3m*
CHOLERA.
Police Court, Halls of Justice, City of N.Y. ?
New y«» k June 22, 1849. 5
GEO. ROGERS, Esq —Dear Having had ample
opportunity of testing your Stomach tincture
io seve al cases of incipien Choler.: such as Dirra
ncea, attended with violent pains in the stomach and
bowels, 1 feel no hesitation in pronouncing your pre
paration an invaluable specific, and therefore should
be in the possession of every family particularly at
this time when persons are so liable to the bowel
complaints, from an imprudent indulgence in unripe
fruits, For myself 1 must acknowledge the
very great and immediate relief which I have ex
perienced from its use
In remain, dear sir, your ob’t servant,
JOHN S. MAGNES, Captain 6th District.
The undersigned do hereby certify that they have
made use of Geo. Rogers’ Stomach Tincture, and
that they have individually experienced immediate'
relief from the severe attacks of Diarrhcea which
they have recently been seized with. They also
concur in the statement contained in the preceding
letter addressed to Mr. Rogers.
JAS McGRATH. Police Justice.
S. H. SIU ART, Clerk of Police.
A M. C. SMITH, Police Officer.
ISAAC H. AUSTIN, Policeman.
07 s Fellow citizens, be prepared to meet the fell
destroyer by providing yourselves with GEO.
ROGERS’ STOMACH TINCTURE. Principal depot
No. 3 Chambers street. je244t*
“PAhIS MILLINERY.
I HAVE THE HONOR TO ANNOUNCE
Tuesday, tho Ist of May. I opened a
Depot of Parisian Fashions with an invoice of
elegant goods received by the last steamer,
from the eminent house of DROUAT & MARX,
Boulevart des Italiens, 38 Fournisseurs de S. A. K.
la Princesse de Joinville, and would invite an in
spection ot the rich and varied assortment oi Bon
nets, Caps, Embroideries, Flowers and Ribbons of
the finest fabrics exquisitely finished in the most
beautiful and tasteful uesigns. .
MADAME NEYMANN, de Paris,
my 13 3m 543 Broadway.
A GOOD MEDICINE.
THE VIRTUES OF THE SARSAPARILLA are
universally acknowledged, and as an extermi
nator of numerous complaints, and as a purifier of
the blood, we know of no better preparation or
medicine than
DR. ROBERTS’ COMPOUND SARSAPARILLA
PILLS.
They are acknowledged by our ablest physicians
to be not only unexceptionable but efficacious in the
highest degree, and tneir basis being the concentra
ted extract of the root, these pills operate both as an
alterative and mild cathartic, strengthening the di
gestive organs by their powerful alterative and mild
cathartic properties, and giving a tone and energy to
tho body possessed by no other medicine ever
known. They are particularly adapted as an anti
dote for contagious and epidemic diseases, to prevent
he formation of Bilious ana Liver Affections, Fever
and Ague, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, &c., in those who
reside in hot climates and low and marshy countries.
Sold wholesale and retail, ai the principal uepot,
165 Chambers street: and also by all the principal
Druggists, Price 31X cts. per box, containing fifty
pills. jeIO 3m*
KEEP THE PORES OPEN.
BATHING is exceedingly beneficial to health, but
more so when those who bathe make use ot that
excellent skin purifier.
RAD WAV 8 CHINESE MEDICATED SOAP.
The wonderful medicinal properties of this BAL-
S LjalC SOAP cleanses the secretory vessels from
all impurities, imparts a healthy action to the skin,
and renders the complexion fair and beautiful. Bear
in mind, RAD WAY’S SOAP is prepared for the ex
presspurpose of imparting a healthy action to the
skin. Depot Ml Fulton aj.
VEGETABLE
EUREKA PLASTER;
FOR THE ERADICATION OF
Cancers, Salt Rheum, Erysip
elas, King’s Evil, Felons,
Ulcers and Sores:
FROM any and every affection of it e system which
rises to the-surface of the skin. Its beneficial ef
fects as a
pain eradicator,
FROM CORNS, BURNS, SCALDS OR WOUNDS,
will be immediately experienced on its application,
and cannot be excelled by any other ap llcation
known to mankind.
REFERENCES TO PERSON'S WHO HAVE
USED IT.
A. B. Araerman, Comm of Deeds, cor. Chambers
and Centre streets.
Richard Reed. Esq., same place.
Mr. B Rooney, cor. Chambers and City Hall Place.
Capt John Brown. 212 William street.
Mr. John Lynar, 89 Market street.
H. Kimber, E-q , 60 First street.
Charles M’Devett, sen. and jun., Mirror Office, cor.
Ann and Nassau.
Mr. J. Reeves, 64 Fulton street.
Mr. L. Newton, 32 Roosevelt street.
Mr. S. Valleau, 241 Rivington street.
R. King, E*q .editor of the Continental, 102 Nassau.
R. F. Greeley, Esq , same place.
T. Stuyvesant, Esq., Attorney, &c.,20 Chambers
street; &c., &c., &c.
After the very ample references above given, which
may be multiplied almost ad infinitum, it is not deem
ed necessary to publish many certificates. We take
the high and honorable ground that we are ready to
refund to any purchaser who has used this Plaster
and is dissatisfied with it, his money, on returning it,
after using It according to directions. Knowing,
however, that the public are in the daily habit of seo
Ing presented to them certificates from their fellow
citizens, it has become an imperative necessity to lay
before them some few documents of like kind, for th©
purpose of keeping them alive to the value of this
important Plaster. The following certificates which
are presented are from persons of high character, who
are ready, personally, to say what they have furnish
ed in writing
New York, July 7,1849.-T
Dr. J. Finch:
Sir,—lt is with pleasure that I now address you on a
subject which I have too long neglected. Any of my
acquaintances and friends who saw me only three
months since, will tell you that Mey at least never
expected to see me alive at this present moment. Re
duced almost to a shadow from the eff cts ot an ob- /
stinate ulcer on my right leg, and despairing ef ever
producing a cure, (having tried all the m< stappioved
salves and ointments,) I accidentally heard of your
preparation. 1 used ii, and in two or three days
I was gratified by a return of a healthy skin, which
had not been the case for over two years. A constant
application lor two weeks completed ihe cure. I have
gained flesh, and all appearance ot lameness has en
■irely left me Well may you term it “Eureka.”—
“Ihavefoundit ” (to my entire satisfaction,) a return
to health. Yours, respectfully,
James Reeves, 64 Fulton sL
New York, June 28.1848.
For the benefit of the public, 1 wish to siaie that I
first applied the Eureka Plaster to rny stomach, in
consequence oi a most excessive pain which was
caused by violent coughing. In t-bout twelvehours
I was entirely well. 1 afterwards, in about a week,
applied the same plaster to my shoulder for a
nervous affection, and in four or five hours was en
tirely well, although I continued to wear it for ihree
or four days afterwards. A short time afterwaras I
had a most violent pain in me small of the back,and
again put on the same plaster, and was entirely re
lieved in an hour but continued to wear it lor a
couple of days, and then left it ofl‘, and have i ot felt
any pain there since. I afterwards put it on my side
fora very bad pain, occasioned by Coughing and sit
ting, and had not been in b< d half an hour when the
pain was entirely gone. I have had my cough since
the cholera of 1832, and since that period nave not
before been as well as 1 have been since I ccmrnen
ced using this plaster. I have h;«d the best medical
advice in our city for mat y years, but have derived
very little benefit from it. After using 111 always
cleansed and laid away very carefully. A female
neighbor was attacked with ave y violent pain in
har finger, which extended the entire leng h of her
arm. 1 gave her sufficient 0! this same plaster, which
I 1 ad worn, to envelope her finger, and (he fallowing
morning she was entirely well, and has not since
been troubled with it. She did not know what caus
ed the pain. She afterwards put it on her daughter’s
sore toe, sore from the trust, and in a few rays took it
off and gave it to her t brother for a cut finger. Sae
thinks this plaster the most wonderful thb g in the
world. To say the truth about the inanv cures that
this single plaster has effected would appear incred
ible. Not only after benefiting my neighbors by
loaning it several times, I sold a part of it to two per
sons. who preferred buying to borrowing, bit did not
know where toobiain it. If these facts will induce
any person to purchase a single p aster, they will
always be thankful that I have given them publicity.
I could sa>' much more in favor ot it but presume the
foregoing is sufficient. To wear it on the breast or
-ide for my cough Is the best thing I ever tried. I
have used it in my family for bi ‘imns ano com
mon sore* for six months, and would not be without
it again for any consideration.
SARAH CURRIE, 113 Clinton st ’
City and county of N w oik, s<._aarah Curre,
uf said city, being duly sworn, says t’>a- she has
heard read the above statement, by he subscribed,
and knows the contents thereof, and the same is true
of heroin knowledge. Sworn hefoe me. this 29th
day of June, 1849» A. B. Am«rman,
Commissioner m Deeds.
New York May 31,1849.
Dear Sir—As you are about to travel, for the pur •
pose of making your Eureka Veg*ub!e Planter more
extensively known, permit me to give you my expe
rience with regard to it. As regards myself, I was
afflicted in the latter part of the m .nth of October last,
and early part cf the following November, wi n Ery
sipelas in the right ankle and lower part of the leg—
the swelling and pain'were very severe, and as I was
warmly interested in the important election to take
place about that time, and was almost compelled to
lay myself up at that time, concluded to use your
Plaster, and found, to my great satisfaction, that it
bad the desired effect, and cured all the inconveni
ence of that troublesome disease. I have since ap
plied it to Corns and Bunions on the toes and feet,
and am now using it for those troublesome appen
dages to man’s understandings; and althoughnoi yet
fully cured, I have the gratification to say that 1 find
much relief. lam also now applying it to a fn.sh
wound. I yesterday cut my finger very seriously
with a sharp knife ; and, in fact, before the blood had
stopped flowing, I applied apiece of your Plaster with
the happiest effect; my finger is now without pain,
and is getting well fast. I have also been informed,
by a gentleman with whom I am well acquainted,
that he had some time before accidentally run a nail
in his foot, and was seriously lame, until he heard of
your Plaster, and concluded to try it; and although
he did not strictly follow your directions with regard
to dressing the wound, yet in the course of three days
his foot was so well that he was enabled to walk
about the city during the day without a stick, and in
fact called at my office, to give me the information
with regard to his foot which I have above stated-
In addition to all this, I have the pleasure io en
close with this a certificate, signed by Mr. Michael
MacLaughlin, a gentleman of veracity, and full faith
and credit may be given thereto.
Wishing you great success in your present under
taking, not only for your own benefit, but for the good
of mankind in general,
I am, dear sir, yours, very truly,
A B. AMERMAN,
Commissioner of Deeds, &c., &e.,
20 Chambers street..
Dr. J. Finch.
This is to certify, that I hav3 been for the last four
or five years past afflicted with a lameness, originally
occasioned by having my back strained by lifting
heavy weights, and became so lame that I have not
been able to work at my business more than half my
time. I have tried different kinds of remedies recom
mended to me by physicians without effect, and be
came so lame, that I was obliged at last to give up
my business; and having often heard of Dr. J. Finch’s
Eureka Vegetable Piaster, and from my continued
lameness, was at length induced to apply the said
Eureka Plaster to my back, and found nothing to give
me ease but that, and am now so well that I am ena
bled to attend to my business without any inconven
ience.
I therefore recommend the said Dr. J. Finch’s Eu
reka Vegetable Plaster to all persons who are afflicted
In the manner I have been as above described.
MICHAEL MACLAUGHLIN.
I certify, that Michael Maclaughlin. who has given
the above certificate, is to me personally known, and
full faith and credit may be given to the sta eiiient he
has made as above he being to my own knowledge, a
gentleman proverbial for veracity
A. B. AMERMAN,
Commissioner of Deeds.
New York, May 29th, 1849.
New York, June 11,1849.
For the benefit of my fehow citizens and ih* public
in general, 1 take leave to say that my son Charles,
now in his 20th year, has been, for a period of at least
three years, afflicted with an ulcerated leg I obtain
ed for him during that period the very best medical
advice in our city. and likewise tried every remedy
recommended by friends, but without any effect to
wards acute. 1 then supposed it incurable. Being
personally acquainted with Dr. Finch 1 then men
tioned the circumstance to him, and he said that his
Plaster would eradicate it enthely, or theie should
be no expense attending its application. “ Hopeing
against Hope, v I desired my son to try it. He did
so, and in a day or two obtained great relief—within
a tortnight he considered that his leg was entirely
well. Since that period, which is now about nine
months, he has not had the slightest symptoms of its
again breaking ont, or suffered the least inconven
ience from it. He also furnished it to two of his
founds who were similarly afflicted, and with the
most perfect success These facts should be known
to mankind in general, and I take great pleasure in
giving them publicity.
CHARLES McDFVITT,
Foreman of the Evening Mirror.
The above certificate of my father is perfectly cor]
rect in all its details.
CHARLES McDEVITT, Jun.
Extracts from two letters received from Malta, near
Ballston, Saratoga Co., N. Y.
Dr. J. Finch,
Dear Sir l received the package of Plasters you
sent by the express. The Piasters go first rate. A
man in our neighborhood came and got one He has
had a pain Im his back for six months He wore it a
week and it took the pun all out, ard others that
have used them recommend them very highly.
I herewith enclose a remittance, <fcc. &c
CYRUS LEWIS.
February 26th, 1849,
Malta, April sth, 1849.
Dear Sir l received your favor the 30th March’
I have sold all the Plasters you sent me but one. I
think I can sell a great many Plasters. 1 have put
up two Plasters to-day to send to Sand L ike, thirty
miles from our piace. Please send me two boxes at
present. Mrs. L. is spreading the last Plaster &c &c-
CYRUS LEWIS.
My General Agents.
New York, June 12, 1849.
I would hereby inform the public that 1 have this
day entered into an agreement by which Stearns &
Company, of No. 61 Ann street, New York, have be
come the General Agents for the United Stales, for
ihe sale of my Vegetable Eureka Plaster, who
are always prepared to supply it either wholesale or
retail in any quantity. Packages (or in box, for
spreading,) can be sent by mail or express to any part
of the continent or Europe. I know it to be the duty
of every person who has in his possession an agent
which will relieve human suffering, to make the fact
known for the benefit of those who may he afflicted
with the ills which flesh is heir to, as well as for my
own pecuniary benefit.
Druggists and merchants who are desirous of sell
ing an article that will in all cases recommend ihelf
after once being used, according to accompanying di
rections, should at once procure a supply of this in
valuable and unique plaster, not only for their own
Immediate us 3, but as an article of merchandise for
the benefit of the public and their own pecuniary
profit. JOHN FINCH, M. D.
Having been appointed general agents r or the sale
of Dr. Finch’s Vegetable Eureka Plaster, we would
inform the public that we are prepared to supply it In
large or small quantities. Tne price is 26 cents a
plaster, which can be sent by mail to any part of the
United States, at a trifling postage. Agents supplied
at the usual discount. The cash must in all cases ac
company the order.
VVe know this plaster to be all it is represented to be
and we do not wish to force it into the market any
faster than a conviction of its merits will warrant, for
we know that we can sell enough of it for cash to pay
us well for the trouble and expense we may incur in
bringing it before the public.
STEARNS & COMPANY,
No. 61 Ann street, New York.
3QP- For sale at all the Drug Stores in the city.
Brooklyn Agent.— G. Doremus, IS4 Myrtle Ave
nue, cor. Carl street.
Albany.—Dr. J. B. Rossman, cor. of Lydias and
Green sts. George P. Dean, 293 Broadway, near
■iteamboat landing. Burrows & Nkllegar, Apoth
ecaries, cor. South Pearl aud Plain sts. Sfringsted
81 Bullock, cor. Lydius and South Pearl.
N. B.—Agents wanted in every city, town and vil
lage in the United States and elsewhere. The usual
discount terms allowed. Letters addressed (post
paid) to STEARNS & CO.. 61 Ann street, will be
promptly attended to. Plasters (or in box to be spread)
wholesale and retail. Climate and age do not
iti qualities. Packages or boxes sent to

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