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JIR. FERNANDO BELMONT & CO.,
N*a 767 and 769 BROADWAY,
COBNER 9m STREET,
New York,
Graduated European Physicians.
Who have vtehed the principal Hospitals ot Europe
with previously 20 years practice in different parts of the
Tvorkx, treat on male and female diseases. Also Rlieu
mat>c Complaints cured on Scientific principles, having
ten private rooms, with office and parlors, together with
a large room for medical lectures. Also, treatment by
•rrespoDdcnee, all throughout the United States. Office
bears from b A. H. to 9 P. M._
DR. GRINDLE,
No. 6 Amity Place,
IS PREPARED TO TREAT
VENEREAL DISEASE IN ALL ITS FORMS.
Tn reference to the treatment of Gonorrhoea, and its
train of unhappy consequences, the most important re
murks we relate to the avoidance, on the part of the pa
tient, of illegitimate Interference. The deplorable results
of gonorrhoeal disease are only averted by common pra
<lence and proper medical assistance ; but, from negli
vence in the hands of unskillful physicians, the mostca
• laraitous consequences not unfrequcntly ari-e. Nothing
is more common than to find patients resorting to stimu
lant resins, as turpentine, cubebs, or the balsam of copai
l>a, in some of its preparations before the subsidance of
the acute or inflammatory stage; and, what are more
dangerous, astringents and irritating injections. This »s
a common practice, not only by patients themselves, but
>y those physicians who are continually advertising that
they can cure these diseases at once, without change of
diet or ether restrictions. But mark the result—the de
plorable consequences of such treatment, Slow chronic
infiamioation, obstinate gleety discharge, painful harass
ing stricture, disease of the testicles, and sometimes dis
organization and destruction of those —a miserable exist
ence, and death itself, are not unfreqneutly the deplora
ble results of such improJence.
A confirmed gonorrhoea cannot be arrested euddenty in
its career with safety to the patient ; and those who advertise
that they can cure the disease in a day or two, are totally
regardless of the deplorable consequences of their prac
tice. No cautious physician will resort to such extreme
measures, and hazard the health and life of the patient
for a few paltry dollars. Our treatment will vary accord
ing to the'intensity of the disease, the time It has existed,
and the constitutional peculiarities of the patient. Hence
the remedies must be selected with discrimination, suited
to the peculiarities of each case.
It is, therefore, exceedingly unsafe that a man should
venture to treat ids own case. The records of our practice
attest much serious mischief that has arisen in this way.
Gonorrhoea, if neglected or improperly treated, becomes
chronic gleet : and, so long as there is the least appear
ance of a discharge, a mat rimonial union is unad visable,
and correct medical advice and treatment absolutely
ncicf-sary. Office hours from Ba.M.tolo P. M.
H. D. GRINDLE, M. D.,
No. 6 Amity Place,
Between Bleecker and Amity streets.
TO THE LADIES.
DOCTOR LEWIS, Female Physician and Surgeon,begs
leave to acquaint the Ladiesof New York and environs,
that be devotes his practk e exclusively to the treatment
of Fkmalk Disiusr.s, such as
Fain in the Baek and Loins; Leucorrhcea, or Whites;
Frofuse or Painful Menstruation; Cessation of
Menses, er Turn of Life; Chlorosis, or Green
Sickness, Hysterics, Ac., Ac.
ABSENCE OF MENSES, OR OBSTRUCTIONS.
ynv.ATE.D WITH FRO FESSION AL SHILL (SURGICAL OK MEDICAL.)
STERILITY OR BARRENNESS, cured in all cases
where there is no physica l defect
A PREVENTION FOR CONCEPTION ALWAYS ON
BAND.
Ladies that would favor Dr. Lewis with a call, will
meet with honorable and sck ntific treatment
OFFICE, No. 7 BEACH STREET, between Varlck and
West Broadway.
Consultation in all the principal languages, from 9 A,
M. to 9F. M.; Sundays from 9to 11 A. M. Roomsarranged
fo the patient sec s none but the Doctor. Consultation and
advice gratis. Charges moderate.
Consultation at tne patient s own residence promptly
attended to.
Communications by mail punctually replied to, and
medicine sent to all parts of the United States and Ctffta
da as ordered.
Excellent rooms fitted up in style for accommodati m of
ladttes.
Mg- The great want of a qualified physician to treat all
the numerous diseases that the female system is heir to,
is too sensibly felt by the American female. (This lovely
country of Liberty gives too much liberty to pretending
quacks and unscrupulous bumbugs.) It is with pleasure
that I offer my services to the sex, whose health should
be considered thegreatest blessing of man’s existence.
A. LEWIS, M D., Physician for Females,
No. 7 Beach st., between V&riek and West Broadway,
New York City.
Manhood and the vigor of youth
restored in FOUR WEEKS by Dr. RICORD'S EB
- OF LIFE.—Dr. RICORD. of Paris, after years of
earnest solicitations, has at length acceded to the urgent
request of the American public, and appointed an AGENT
In NEW YORK for the sale ot his valued and highly-prized
ESSENCE OF LIFE.
This wonderful agent win restore manhood to the most
shattered constitution, whether arising from excesses, self
abuse, Die effects of climate, or natural causes. The time
required to cure the most inveterate case is four weeks ;
and, if used according to the printed instructions (which
are very simple), failure is impossible.
This life-restoring remedy should tee taken by all about
•to marry, as its effects are permanent It is acknowledged
by the medical press to be the greatest discovery ever
made. Its developing powers are miraculous.
Success in every case is as certain as that science over
throws ignorance.
Dr. RICORD’S ESSENCE OF LIFE is sold in cases, with
Ffell instructions for use, at $3, or four quantities in one for
19; and will be tent to any part, carefully packed, on re
ceipt of remittance, by his accredited agent, PHILIP RO
LAND. No. 417 Broome et, one door west of Broadway,
New York.
It <ADAME RESTELL, FEMALE PHY
_ivJL SIC’IAN and PROFESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, who
has successfully treated al! diseases of Females for thirty
years, can be consulted, as usual, at No. 102 Chambers st,
cr by letter, and medicine sent by mail.
Her FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS are the only medicine
married or single ladies can rely upon with safety a-nd
certainty for removing obstructions, suppressions, Ac., Ac.,
from whatever cause.
Price $1 per box. Sold at No. 162 Chambers st, and 127*4
Liberty st, and No. <93 Hudson street N. Y., No. 2*14 Grana
street, Willlameburgh, and Nos 175 and 217 Fulton street,
Brooklyn. Can also be sent by mail, in neat letter form.
Her infallible remedy for barrenness can also be sent
by mail.
N. B.— Ladies wno desire to avail themselves of Madame
Rertell's valuable, certain and safe mode of removing ob
structions, suppressions, Ac., Ae., from whatever cause,
without the use of medicines or instruments, can do so at
one interview. Ladies from a distance can return the
jsaxne day.
MADAME KEBTELL,
Female Physician and Accoucheur.
No. 162 CHAMBERS ST.. NewJYork City.
BR. COX’S JAPAN SECRET, OR FE
MALE REGULATOR.—This is the only Remedy that
ties can rely on with safety—it has the extraordinary
power of Preventing an increase of offspring.
CAUTION.—Ladies who are pregnant are forbidden em
ptying this remedy, as it will certainly bring on miscar
riage. It is sure, reliable, and unfailing. Ladies, never
be without it I—it is your best friend. Ladies desirous to
learn Dr. Cox’s mode of treating irregularities wttJtbut the
use of medicine, but one interview will be necessary to
impart the secret to them. This preparation, with full
directions, sent to any part of the U. 8. and Canada,
N. B.— Dr. Cox will refer to ladies that have been under
his treatment. and physicians, to the safety of his mode of
treatment. A BL COX, M. D.,
» r’HYSiciAK tor Females.
No. 87 Carmine st, near Bleecker. N. Y.
STRINGERS ~ PULMONIC SYRUP—
Prepared from a private recipe of a celebrated physi
cian in England, it ttie only infallible remedy in this coun
try for the speedy relief and cure of coughs, colds, bronebi
>, hoarseness, spitting of blood, sore throats, pains in the
ehest, and other pulmonary affections, however long they
may have been established. Its agreeable acidity allays
tickling cr irritation of the throat like & charm, and thou
sands have been cured by it both here and abroad, after
f very other known remedy had been tried and found use
ess, and the shill of the physician had failed. Price 25
cents a bottle. Prepared only by JOHN STRINGER, No.
335 Fourth avenue, corner Twenty-fifth street, N. Y.
CAUTION TO LADIES.—MADAME
BLEBTELL, Female Physician, Ng. 162 Chambers st,
deems it her duty to caution ladies against impostors, who
appropriate her advertisements, word for word, merely
cmbstituUng some ignorant and wholly irresponsible per
eon as “Madame.”
• These persons have spurious “Female Monthly Pills”
and other poisonous compounds to deprive the unwary or
earily-duped as well of their means as of their health.
That ladies may avoid these impositions, Madamo Rea
tell feels called upoxktc give this caution.
DR. G. RJBOND’S FRENCHPREVENT
-IVEB.—This article enables those whose health or
circumstances do not permit an increase of family, to
regulate or limit the number of tneir offspring without in
juring the constitution. It is the only safe and sure pre
ventive against Pre/ynancy and Disease. The above article
can be sent by mail to any part of the United Blates er
Canada, two for sl. and $5 per dozen.
Dr. G. W. BOND’S SPANISH FEMALE MONTHLY
PlLLS.—These Pills are the only medicine married or sin
{;le ladies can rely upon with safety and certaintv for the
mmediate removal of Obstructions, Irregularities, Ac.
Thty ttiumld not bf u/ul dvring pref/nana/. Price $2 per box.
Each box contains 72 pills. Sent by mail.
The Doctor can ne consulted on all disease of a private
nature. Scientific treatment, a quick cure, and charge
guaranteed.
' GEORGE R. BOND, M. D. Office, corner of Grand and
Orchard streets, over the Shoe Store. Entrance No. 65
Orchard street Established 1832.
N. B.—The public are cautioned against buying spurious
imitations of my French Male Safes or Preventive; the
genuine can be had only at my office.
Deafness. sound - magnifying
TUBES. Can be concealed, and enables deaf per
sons to hear at public assemblies. Send for a descriptive
pamphlet io
E. HASLEM, No. 32 John st.. New York.
FOR THE PILES.—Dr. UPHAM’S VEG-
ETABLE ELECTUARY is a certain cure for Piles in
every form and condition. FWw/zm, Fiiswee, Abseeuf*, and
UJccratiwM of the bowels are the result or neglected or
Badly-treated Piles. When afflicted with cither of these
dirtrefcslpg and dangerous affections, the patient must con
unit tbe'.Docior personally at his office. No. 887 Fourth at
The of Piles, and all affections resulting from
this dis ase, solicited for treatment Dr. UPHAM is a
regular physician, has devoted special attention to this
class of affections for more than twenty years, and may
be consulted at any hour of the day, at bis Medical Office,
No. 387 Fourth st, third door from the Bowery, bctwe-en
Bowery and Broadway.
SELPHO's PREMIUM ANGLESEY LEG?
w ith Patent Lateral Elastic Joints. (Patented Mayß,
I 860,) containing all the advantages of his celebrated An
tbestiy Leg, witn the addition of the Lateral or side-motion
hf the ankle joint by means cf which the foot accommo
<s3fctos tioelf to uneven surfaces, and is pronounced by wear
ikVfl an affording great oomfort and as being & great im
provement
He has now bad thirty years’ experience in his yrofes
cion, and offers the wholo with confidence as the beet sub
wHute the world affords.
Also, BELPHO’S ARTIFICIAL HAND, sc ararnged tkat
toe wearer can open and shut the fingers, Ac.
"or further information, address £32 Broadway. N. Y.
DB. HUNTER’S BOTANIC CORDIAL.
nI?iHK7 e h^ i f T \ cure an dßke«t-anchor of hope in gen
'!!?A2sJrJd’k*’ an ? those sad d too rdf-re Of body
and mind occasioned by early indiscreet secret practices.
"■ea.Lnes, of theWk S
Hmbs, failu.e of memory, dejection, aversion to society,
evee sunk and lustreless, Gepaj-ture of youthful a»nearan&
and vigor. To be had of the Doctor $ 3 diviltonst?
Married persons whose conjugal relatione have not teen
ye°rßestabiishii confldently eoDeuH »?■HUkSer! tMrty
THE LADIES’ FRIEND in nkfd
The UTERINE PROTECTIVE, for Supprewion of 171
Menace. &ife and Certain. Pregnant femaies ought net to
we it, as it would cause miscarriage. Mailed, with din o.
ttone, on receip.t of sl.
Dr. CHANNING. No. 10 Ltepenarc & York.
IMPORTANT
N'OTIC.K.
WARRANTED IN ALL CASES !
IT CAN BE RELIED ON I
IT NBVER FAILS TO CURE 1
IT DOES NOT NAUSEATE 1
IT IS SPEEDY IN ACTION 1
NO CHANGE OF DIET IS REQUIRED I
IT DOES NOT INTKHFBKR WITH BUSINESS
EUBSUHS 1
IT C> X BE USED WITHOIT DETECTION 1
VP WARD OF 200 CASES THE PAST HOVHI
fcume of them very severe cases. •
IT IS ADAPTED TOR M>EE AND TEMALB.
Or.r» or Yovno.
BELL’S SPECIFIC PILLS
Are the Original and Only Genuine Specific PUL
OVER ONE HUNDRED PHYSICIANS
ffaec wswl i» their practice and ad speak ueU qf
efficacy, approve of their eotnposiiion, which is entirtiy
rtgetabU and hcrmJees an the egtlen.
HUNDREDS OF CERTIFICATES CAN BE SHOWN.
'Are the only reliable remedy for effecting a perm an e*
and ,speedy cure in all caees of
SPERMATORRHEA. OR SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
With all its train of eviH, such as Urethral and Vaginal
Discharges Gleet, The Whites, Nightly or Invplnntary
Endtvious, Incontinence, Genital Debility and Ir
ritability, Impotence, Weakness or Loss ot
Power, Nervous Debility, Ac., Ac., all ot
which arise, principally, from Sexual
Excesses cr Self-Abuse, or some
constitutional derangement, and.
incapacitates the sufferer
from fulfilling the
duties of
married LIFE ’
hi aM Sexual Diseases, as
SONORRHEA, GLEET, AND BTBICTURB, AND IN
DIBEASES OF THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS,
THET ACT AS A CHAttS !
XLKLIEr IS BY TAKING A SINGI.B
BOX I
PRICE ONE DOLLAR!
Sola by D. S. BARNES, No. 202 Broadway; WM. GRAY,
So. 301 Broadway; 11. OAKLEY, Dey st.: F. O.IVELLB
A 00.. Frahkllß st, and by Druggists generally.
They will be sent by mall, securely sealed, on receipt of
the money by
J. BRYAN, M. D.,
No. 76 Cedab street, N. Y.,
Consulting Physician for the treatment ot Seminal.
Vrin«y, Sexual, and Nervous Diseases, who will send
hea, to an, the following valuable work:
THE FIKTIETH THOUSANDDr. Bell’s
Treatise cn SeKAbusc, Premature Decay. Impotence and
Loss of Fewer, Sexual Diseases, Seminal Weakness, Nightly
Emtetons, C.enitalDebillty, Ac., Ac. A pamphlet of fifty
pages containing important advice to the afflicted, and
which should be read by every sufferer, as the means ot
cure in the severest sages is plainly set torth. Two
stamps to pay postage.
IMPORTANT TO LADIES
A “GREAT AMERICAN REMEDY.”
Which luive never yet failed (when the directions have
been strictly followed) in removing diffi
culties arising from
OBSTRUCTION, OR STOPPAGE OF NATURE,
Cbr ki restoring the system to nerfeet health when suffer
ing from Spinal Affection, Proi&p»ua Uteri, the Whites, or
ether weakness of the Uterine Organs. The Fills are per
fectly harmless on the constitution, and may be taken by
She most deEcate female without causing distress ; at the
same time
THEY ACT AS A CHARM.
By strengthening, invigorating, and restoring the system
to a healthy condition, and by bringing on the monthly
period with regularity, bo matter from what cause the
Obstruction may arise. They should, however, NOT be
taken the first three or four months of pregnancy, though
81UV at any other time, as miscarriage would be the result.
Eaeh box contains 80 Pills. PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
D®. HARVEY’S TREATISE" ON DISEASES OF FE
MALES. PREGNANCY, MISCARRIAGE. BARREN
NESS, STERILITY, REFRODUCIIOaN, and ABUSES
OY NATURE.
And emphatically the LADIES’ PRIVATE MEDICAL
ADVISER, a pamphlet of fifty pages, sent free to any ad
dress. Six cents required to pay the po«>tage.
The Pilis and Book will he sent by mall, confidentially,
when desired, bkcvbelt skaukd, and prepaid, on receipt
at money by
J. BRYANT, M. D., General Agent,
No. "6 Cedar street, New York.
FoM bv D. 8. BARNES. No. 202 Broadway ; WM. GRAY,
Ne. 801 Broadway: H. OAKLEY, Dey street; F. C.
WELLS k CO., Franklin st., and by Druggists generally.
TJRIVATE CONSULTATION—DR.HUN
JL TER hap, for thirty years, confined his attention to
diseases of a certain elass, in which he has treated no less
than fifty thousand cases, without an instance of failure.
The remedies are mild, and there is no interruption to bu
siness or change of diet Dr. Hunter is in constant attend
ance from 7in the morning until 10 at night, at his old
office, No. 3 Division street. Charges moderate, and a
sure guaranteed,. Separate rooms, so that the patient sees
no one but the Doctor himself. Inviolate secrecy in every
Instance. His great remedy, Dr. HUNTER’S RHD DROP,
cures certain diseases, when regular treatment and all
other remedies fail; cures without dieting or reirtriction
in the habits of the patient ; cures without the disgusting
and sickening effects of all otJier remedies : cures in new
cases in less than six hours ; cures without the dreadful
consequent effects of mercury, but possesses the peculiar
valuable projierty of annihilating the rank and poi&snous
taint that the blood is sure to absorb, unless his remedy is
used. Thteli. what he claims for it, and what no other
wBl accomplish. Its value in this respect has become so
well known, that scientific men in every department of
medical knowledge begin to appreciate It, for hardlv a
week passes that he is not consulted by druggists, chem
ists, and physicians in regard to some pitiful palient who
has exhausted the whole field of the faculty, and still the
disease will appear. What human being, with any pre
tention to Christianity will say that this medicine should
not be made known far and wide f Its popularity is so
great, that there is not a quack doctor in the city tnat has
not a' tacked it ; and when they find their lies are not so
easily swallowed, they then pretend that they can make
ft. It is JI a vial, and cannot be obtained genuine any
where but at the (fid office. No. 3 Division street Book of
300 pages for nothing.
DR. COX’S GREAT FEMALE PRE-
VENTIVE for Married Ladies. This Preventive
will be found of especial value to those whose means,
health or circumstances do not permit them to increaee
Weir family without great suffering or perhaps risk of
life. Tills preparation is a new, safe instrument, and can
net injure the health of the most delicate. Pregnant fe
males must not u.«e the Preventive, as it will be most cer
tain to produce miscarriage. Commuication strictly con
fidential. Excellent rooms, fitted up in style, for accom
modation of ladies. Office hours from 9A.M.to 7P. M.
A. E. COX, M. D.,
Pkyjiclax fox Fkmalks,
No. 67 Carmine street, near Bleecker street, N. Y.
BR. HUNTER’S MEDICAL VADE ME-
CUM ; or, Practical Hints to Youth and Manhood in
ate cases, oesigned to warn the unthinking and to in
dicate the road to a happy longevity : to which is added
convincing testimony of the surprising efficacy of Dr.
HUNTER’S wonderful skill in the permanent cure of all
diseases, as herein indicated. Price One Dollar. This is
the book that makes such a sensation among our educated
physicians. They all declare it to be the most valuable
work out of its class for all practical purposes. It contains
four times the knowledge of an others. No. 3 DIVISION
STREET.
CU L B E R T S ON’ S
ORIENTAL AND ELECTRO-MAGNETIC
VAPOR BATHS.
Also. Mercurial. lodine, and other Fumigations.
NOS. 6 and 8 FOURTH AVENUE, NEW YORK.
(Near the Cooper Union.)
The most ample accommodation for both Ladies and
Gentlemen. Ladies’ entrance, No. 6—Gentlemen’s, No. 8.
Open Daily from 7A.M.toIU P. M. Sundays, Btol2 M.
The great English remedy for
GOUT AND RHEUMATISM.
All suffercrs from the above complaints, either cf recent
or long standing, are advised to use BL.YIK’S GOUT and
RHEUMATIC PILLS. They can be relied on as the most
cate and effectual remedy ever offered to the public, and
have been universally used in Europe for many years
with the greatest success.
Prepared in Ragland bv PRQUT A H ARSANT; and sold
by P. C. WELLS.A Co., No. 115 Franklin street, New York;
and most other Medicine Venders.
Her Majesty’s Commissioners have authorized the name
fjml address of “ THOMAE PROUT, No. 229 Strand, Lon
don,” to be impressed upon the Government stamp affixed
to each box of the genuine medicine.
A GREAT DISCOVERY.
AN AESTHETIC NITROUS OXIDE.
TEETH POSITIVELY EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN
by Dr. HOYT, Inventor and sole manufacturer of An/rb
thetic Nitrous Oxide, (not Laughing Gas) but a strictly
anaesthetic agent, entirely free from exhilarating effects
and perfectly harmless, causing a quiet sleep, with pleas
ing sensations and perfect insensibility to pain, under
which I extract, teeth without, the knowledge of the
patieiF. Teeth filled, and artificial teeth of every descrip
tion inserted. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. HOYT,
Dentist, No. 907 Broadway, near 20th street.
A-fRS. WOROESTER, female phy
aVJL CI AN, No. 539 HUDSON STREE7I
Has had 18 years experience as Midwife. She attends La
dies and Children at their residence, or will furnish rooms
with board for ladies in confinement, and every attention
paid to their comfort and happiness. Ladies in trouble
will do well to consult Mrs. W M who has received a tho
rough medical education. Consultation free.
Are you afflicted with sore
or weak eyes? or have you or any member of your
family a white spot on the pupil, which deprives them of
•right? If so. try Madame MORE AN’S Lotion. It is a cer
tain cure : requires but twenty days’ application to re
move w bite spots of a most obstinate form. Price 50 cents
j>er bottle. Principal depot. No. 45 Third avenue.
o married ladies,
health will not permit them to become mothers,
MADAME DESPARD offers her FRENCH ELECTIO
PREVENTIVE. It is perfectly safe, and will last a
lifetime without getting out or order, and cannot fail.
F. can be carried about the person. Those who do not
find it as represented can have the amount of its cost re
turned. It can be sent by mail to all parte of the United
States. Call, or send for a circular. Remember her
residence.
N<-: 101 SIXTH AVENUE, opposite Eighth street
V SURE MEANS OF CURING DRUNK-
JtjL ENNESS.— Treatment, if desired, without the know
ledge of the patient and an infallable cure warranted.
Consultation from 9toll A. M. and from 3tosF. M. Dr.
HEHM. GUNTHER. No. 24 First street
J" ADIES—
J MRS. E. MUNROE. ELECTRICIAN,
FEMALE PHYSICIAN, No. 94 GREEN ST., N. Y.
Office hours, from 10 until 5 o'clock.
PILES ! FILES ! DR. WITFIELD’S
Vegetable Pills arc warranted certain cure for Fia
turn, Blind and Bleeding Piles. The following gentlemen
have been cured : W, L. Btiles, Esq-. No. 229 Broadway;
H. Hughes, Esq , No. 117 Bprine st; W. J. Finher, Esq.. No.
M 4 Broome st ; numerous ladies and gentlemen, whose
addressee can bo Bhd at our office. Price 50 cents per box.
Bold at all DnqfgW? /. YOEFG, hole Proprietor, Ne. 481
HroMlwap.
©arils.
OLD DR. WARD RETURNED FROM
EUROPE.—During hte absence the Doctor has vU
Ued many of the Medical and Surgical Institutions of the
Old World, and returns with a knowledge of all their
latest improvements, which will enable him to give th )sc
In need professional aid unparalleled in this or any oto«>.r
country, by calling at his office. No. 50 '.Jspetard sired,
between Broadway and Church street. Dr. WAR )’•(
success, as all the world knows, has
his fanm; in consequence thereof, has brought to his
doors hi Here th from all parts of .he globe. Old Or
WARD is the man to consult. Beware of imposition. |
Dr. WARD has no connection with any other office in '
America. Office open on Sunday as well'as every other I
day in the week throughout the year—his only office in i
the city, 60 Ltepenard street. Private and confidential ;
Medical advice by Dr. WARD. Sixty yearn’ experience. |
Those who call at his office need net fear imposition, as
his Diploma, Gold Medal and European fur
thorough and scientific knowhl( ge of his profession, will
satisfy all applicants of his superior skiß and judgment.
’Tis no use talking—if you want a sure and speedy cure
call at once on old Dr. WARD—be never fail*—is abso
lutely sure. Certificates of all his College R mors may be ;
examined by hte patrons at all times. Old Dr. WARD, ■
Fellow qf the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, I
London, has recently n turned from Europe and again ;
returned his office practice for the benefit of the unfortu
nate. The Gkl Doctor is eminently skillful in curing
Gonorrhea, Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis in ah iti stages—
primary, secondary, tertiary, and hereditary; Seminal
Weakness. Nocturnal Emissions. General Debility, Impo
tency, and all diseases of the Urinary Organs. He soilc
ite a call Horn all who may be afflicted, and guarantees a
great saving of time and money to his patients. Many of
the most learned and famous men of the country have
been under his charge—men of genius, intellect and
Kwer— and in no instance has the strictness of privacy
en violated. Old Dr. WARD is a skillful apostle of
Science, who cures without Mercury or any other poison
ous medicines, and no pay Is required until a cure is
effected. Dr. WARD has not retired from business. Old
Dr. WARD, who has not retired from business, has no
bovs, students, partners, runners, nor hirelings, but at
tends personally to his patients. OFFICE—No. w Lispen
ard street, between Broadway and Church street
ITO UNFORTUNATE AND AFFLICT-
I ED FEMALES.—An Unfailing Benefactor is Dr.
POWERS’ French Periodical Drops. The only thing that
will answer the purpose. Infallible in correcting, regu
lating, and removing all obstructions, from whatever
eause, and always successful as a preventive. The only
safe and reliable remedy for woman's peculiar difficul
ties. whether in the married or single state. These Drops
are designed lor purely legitimate purposes—to restore
the menstrual flow—and they will never disappoint the
anxious patient. They are positively unrivaled in cor
recting irregularities, removing painful and distressing
obstructions, particularly at the change of life. From five
to ten doses will cure that common dreadful complaint,
the Whites. Nearly every female in the land suffers from
this complaint This invaluable medicine is unfailing in
the cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases to
which the female constitution is subject. They moderate
all excess, and remove all obstructions, and a speedy cure
may be relied on. To Married Ladies they are peculiarly
suited. They will in a short time bring on the monthly
Serijd with regularity, no matter what the cause of tlm *
iffieulty may be. On this account, jhose who are preg
nant should not use them. Caution These Drops should
not be taken by females during the First Three Months of
Gestation, as they are sure to bring on Miscarriage, but at
any other time they are recommended. In all cases of
Nervous and Spinal Affections, Pain in the Back and
Limbs, Fatigue er slight Exertion, Palpitation of the
Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Drops will effect a
cure when all other means have failed; and, although a
powerful remedy, do not contain Don, calomel, antimo
ny, or anything hurtful to the constitution. Will be sent
confidentially by mail to any part of the city or country.
Gall, send, or write, for Dr. POWERS’ French Periodical
Drops, and take nothing else. Cut this out for reference.
Office 50 Lispenard street; open day and evening till 10
F. M.
IMPORTANT AIF DICAL NOTICE-OLD
DR. WARD. No. 50 Lispenard street, calls the atten
tion of those afflicted with any of the forms of a certain
disease. The treatment adopted by him Is that which has
the approval of the most distinguished surgeons of Paris,
London, and New York, and its universal success has
proved beyond a doubt that a permanent cure for the.
worst cases of constitutional syphilis, gonorrhoaa, stric
tures, enlargement of the prostrate glands, diseases pro
duced by a certain solitary practice, etc., etc., can now be
obtained to a moral certainty, if application be made to
those whose intelligence, skill, and experience can be re
lied on. Since Dr Ward opened in this city, all the many
cases that have come under his care have been cured
without a single exception. Some of these were of years
standing. Special attention paid to all diseases of the
Genito-Urinary Organs, such as Gonorrhcea. Gleet, Gravel
—Strictures in every iorm, Diseases of the Kidneys, Blad
der and Prostrate Gland, Mercurial Affections and Dis
eases of the Skin ; also, comprising Primary, Secondary,
Tertiary, and Hereditary Syphilis. Old Dr. Ward’s treat
ment of Gonorrhea and Gleet is the most perfect ever dis
covered. It is the shortest, safest, and The patient
takes no copavia. cubebs, turpentine, or other nauseous
doses, but a cure is obtained in one or two days, without
pain, inconvenience, or a change of diet. No pay unless a
cure is effected within the time named. Spermattorrhoea.
—Patients whose cases have been pronounced incurable,
treated by a new and infallible method, comprising Elec
tro-Magnetic applications with a Battery and Acupunc
ture, saving both time and expense. [See Treatise.] Sur
gical operations performed for Fistula, Hydrocelle, Con,
genital and Accidental Phymosis, Varicocele (by pressure)-
Callous, Impassable Strictures, False Passages, etc. Re
member Dr. WARD’S only office, No. 50 Lispenard street
TO THE LADIES.-DR. WALTER
POWERS, FEMALE PHYSICIAN and PRO
FESSOR OF MIDWIFERY, particularly invites all ladies
who need a Medical and Surgical Adviser, te call at his
office, No. 50 Lispenard street, or address him, inclosing
one stamp. Dr. Powers having devoted fifteen years to
the treatment of all diseases peculiar to females, and
having been a greater part of the time in an extensive
infirmary practice, has no hesitancy in saying that he ex
cels all other practioners in the safe, speedy, and effec
tual treatment of all females complaints. During his
1 jig j- ractice, thousands of patients, deemed incurable,
have been saved from an untimely grave. His French
Periodical Drops are infallible, and perfectly safe to the
most delicate constitution. Notice—. All those whose
health will not permit of their becoming mothers, and
wish a quiet resort from the cares and toils of busy life
until their debilitated systems are invigorated, under the
care of one of the best physicians of the age, will call or
address sc- above. Ladies far or near should, when neces
sary, make a trial of his French Periodical Drops.
Thousands have tested them successfully. In cases of ob
struction they can never fail. It is impossible. Charges
moderate. Communications sacredly confidential, what
ever may be the disease, condition, or situation of any
one, married or single. Medicines prepared expressly for
the case in question, and sent by mail or express to any
part of the United States, put up so as to avoid all scru
tiny or suspicion.
Found at last-an infallible
REMEDY FOR LADIES-DR POWERS’ FRENCH
PERIODICAL DROPS.—Positively the only safe, certain,
and sure remedy for either single or married ladies, in
regulating or removing all obstructions, and always suc
cessful as a preventive. Therefore, every lady should use
them. Over two thousand bottles have ixten <old without
a single failure, when taken as directed, and without the
least injury to health. Remember, this medicine is de
signed expreseiy for obstinate eases, which all other reme
dies of the kind have failed to cure; also, it is warranted
as represented, in every respect, or the monej' will be
refunded. This unparalleled Female Medicine, possess
ing virtues unknown to anything else of the kind, and
proving effectual after all others have failed, is designed
for both married and single ladies, and is the very best
thing known for the purpose, as it will bring on the
monthly sickness in cases of obstruction from any cause,
and after all other remedies of the class have been tried
in yam. Ladies are forbidden using the Periodical Drops
during pregnancy, as miscarriage would be tho invaria
ble result. Safe and positively unfailing, no lady should
ever be without the remedy, which is assuredly woman's
best friend. It Is put up in bottles of three different
strengths, with full directions for using, and sent by ex
press,'closely sealed, to all parte of the country. Beware
of imitations. None genuine and warranted unless pur
chased directly of Dr. POWERS, at his Private Institute
for Female Diseases, No. 50 Lispenard street, between
Broadway and Church street
DR. POWERS’ ORIENTAL ESSENCE
OF LIFE ; OR, INFALLIBLE CORDIAL INVIG
ORATING ELIXIR; and DR. POWERS’ ORIGINAL
RADICAL PILLS; OR, GRAND PHYSICAL REGEN
ERATOR for Physical and Nervous Weakness, Involun
tary Discharges, and similar results of youthful indis
cretions: for General Debility, Impotence, Incontinence,
or Nocturnal Emissions, &c.— The astonishing success
which has attended these invaluable medicines, for loss of
Muscular Energy, Physical Lassitude, and General Pros
tration, or any of the consequences of youthful indis
cretion or indulgence of the passion in riper years, render
them the most valuable preparations ever discovered; in
fact, as remedies for the above complaints they stand un
rivalled and alone. These wonderful vegetable pro
ductions have been tested, and their virtues proclaimed
by the highest names of the faculty of London, Paris and
cities of Europe. They are the only infallible remedies
for Neryous Head and Mind Complaints, the only agents
that can administer to a mind diseased. They restore the
life, renew the health of those who have destroyed it by
sensual excesses, or evil practices. #
’VOUNG MEN WHoTbY INDULGING
JL in secret habits, have contracted that soul subduing,
mind-prostrating, body-destroying vice; one which tills
our lunatic asvlums, and crowds to rapletion the wards
of our hospitals, should, without delay, take DR. POW
ERS’Essence of Lite and Radical Pills. These famous
remedies for all diseases consequent on youthful indiscre
tions have operated most favorably in restoring thou
sands to life and health, a complete cure is warrated, if
no time is lost in using the remedies. One trial will con
vince. All persons before contemplating marriage should
take the remedies, and be at once restored to health and
happiness.
Manhood and the vigor of
YOUTH are REGAINED by Dr. POWERS’ ESSENCE
OF LIFE OR INVIGORATING ELIXIR, and Dr. Powers’
Radical Fills or Physical Regenerator. These wonderful
agents restore manhood to the most shattered constitu
tion, whether arising from excesses, the effects of climate,
or natural causes, radically curing Spermatorrn&a, or
Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility, a.pd Impediments to
Marriage generally : Nervousness, Consumption, Epilep
sy, and Fite; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting
trona Self-Abuse. Ac. The time required to cure the most
inveterate cases is three weeks, and, if used according to
the printed directions failure is imnossible. These life-res
toring remedies should be taken by all about to marry, as
their effects are permanent They are acknowledged by
the medical press to be the greatest discoveries ever made.
Success in every instance is as certain as that water
quenches thirst.
Young man I are you subject to that soul and body de
stroying disease resulting from secret habits? Dr. POW
ERS’ Invigorating Essence and Radical Pills briefly cure
the very worst cases, while innocent of anything deleteri
ous, ano are warranted a never-failing cure. Prepared
and sold by WALTER POWERS, M. D., No. 50 Lispenard
street, between Broadway and Church street. New York.
Afflicted try them 1 They will certainty cure. Send for
circular; first, read it carefully, and then you will send
for the remedies.
Madame ward’s monthly fe
male PILLS—The only medicine married or sin
gle ladles can rely upon with safety and certainty; a
most important eharm tor Females for removing obstruc
tions ana producing regularities without any inconveni
ence to the patient.
The greatest periodical remedy ever discovered; the al
most possible blessing to suffering women, being infallible
for the immediate removal of obstructions and irregular
ities; having never Ln a single Instance failed in restoring
regularity.
Ladies are particularly cautioned against using this
remedy during pregnancy, as it will certainly bring on
miscarriage.
Sent by mail, in letter form, to any part of the United
States and Canadas,
Full Instructions and directions accompany each box.
Caution —All others purporting to be “ Female Pills”
are counterfeits.
N. B.—Ladies who desire to avail themselves of Ma*
dame Ward’s valuable, certain, and safe mode of remov
ing obstructions, suppression, etc., from whatever cause,
with or without the use of medicines or instruments, can
do so at one interview.
MADAME WARD,
No. 50 Lispeoard st, between Broadway and Church st.
INTELLIGENCE WORTH
—When age has brought on physical debility in either
sex, or when youthful indiscretion produces impotencv.
DR. WARD’S MAGICAL IN VIGO RATORB, in the form oi
PILLS, will in fifteen minutes after being taken, make
the recipient as vigorous as if nature had never
been retarded sr debilitated. It is a fact that a
large portion of the community is afilicted with diseases
©f the procreative system, which are allowed from deli
cacy to wear away the constitution, when a radical cure
is at the door. It is this last that makes it philanthrophy
to make known DR. WARD’S INVIGORATOR as a sure
and immediate cure, causnlg a complete restoration of the
animal functions, doing entirely away with the disap
pointment arising from incapacity to perform the require
ments of natuse. Dr. WARD’S INVIGORATOR acts with
magic on the debilitated system, and while the barren re
joice the fireside is surrounded with a smiling offspring.
To the married or single in every physical exigency this
unrivalled medicine is ernestly recommended as a com-
Slete restorative of the nervous system where manhood
as been impaired. To be procured of Dr. WARD, 60
Ltepenard street, between Broadway and Church street
New York. Call or send for circular.
Young men can have the in-
DIA RUBBER PREVENTIVE sent to any address
tor $2 00 per dozen, or four for sl, by return mail, by di
recting to DR. WALTER POWERS, W Lispenard street,
Rew Ycrk.
NEW YORK DISUALUH.
TYR. lewto’s -
B * CELEBRATED REMEDIES I
are well known through* nt Europe to • e the most certalo
and effectual ever dtec< ; v» red for every stage and sym>-
torn of SECRET DISEASE. Including
SECONDARY'.SYMPTOMS,
sthictuxhs, eemin <i. ■W.’xkness,
7»’-d al) Diseases of tne Urinary Passage's * IHi >ut lu*- of
time, couti'<*,mei<L or hindrance IYo n bn in es. They
hu>e effoeied mo-t.surpri-ing cures ‘'-t only in re •Mt
and most ervere cates, bu> when sab . ntion an 1 all oio r
means have failed ; and when an early application is
made to Dr. Lewis for the cure oi n certain disorder, fre
quently contracted in a moment of Im-bi iety, the eradica
tion is generally completed iriafew days; and in more
advanced and Inveterate stage*? of Secret Infection, char
aeterized by a variety of painful and distressing symp
toms, a perseverance in their use (without restraint in diet
or exercise)-will ; €iisure to the pa! hnt a permanent and
radical cure.
Consultation and advice gratis Charges moderate.
Rooms arranged so the patient sees none but the Doctor.
Office No 7 Beach street, between Varlck st. and Wert
Broadway N Y.
HIT ADAME STEVENS, FEMALE PHY
-BICI' N. removes all obstructions vi ita perfect .*a:e
ty. and wiihout injury to the constitution.
Addrw?— So THIRD AVENUE,
(BKIWRKN 33d and 34th streets.)
N. B.—Her invaluable medicines always on hand.
R. EARL’S ILLUSTRATED MAtt-
MAGE GUIDE AND MEDICAL ADVISER. (200
pages). Mailed everywhere in sealed
envelopes on receipt of 25 cents.
PROF. AUZA’S PREMIUM COM
PRESS AND URETHRAL SUPPORT
ER» (mechanical appliances)instant
ly arrests and speedily cures without
V medicine all forms of seminal weak
nass resulting from excesses, impru
nonce or advanced years, They are
approved by the highest medical au
thority. Price $5.
DR. DUVAL’S LADIES FRENCH MOXA is the only
recognized infallible remedy for restoring nature to its
proper channel. Price $2.
DR. DUVAL’S LADIES ELECTRO PREVENTIVE TO
CONCEPTION will last a lifetime, is safe, infallible, and
is a blessing to those who axe necessitated to limit their
•ffspring. Price $2.
TARQUARE’S VULCANIZED RUBBER GOODS for
gentlemen (to be had nowhere else). 50 cents each, or $3
per dozen.
The above articles are forwarded secure from notice,
with full directions, on receipt of price. Address
DR. WM. EARLE A CO.,
Medical and SurgicaliAgents,
w “ te street, N. Y.
DR. TURENNE’S INFALEIBLEREM®.
DIEB, Specific and Preventive and Gold Pills, cure all
cases, and in all stages of disease. No other medicines aro
required. Safe and pleasant A trial will prove their ex
cellence. Treatment by letter sent to all parte of the coun
ry. For sale by all respectable druggists. Send red stamp
©r circular, to principal office, No. 710 Broadway, K. Y.
PilesZthose who are trou
bled with Piles, and have been dragged to no effect,
and pronounced incurable without an operation, come to
No. 233 West 16th st., and you will be told candidly what
can be done by using Mrs. Solis’ Internal and External
'Pile Medicine." Price 25 and 50 cents per box.
BY-PALMISTRY. - MADAME HOPE,
recently from the South, and the greatest astrole
gist in the world, as hundreds can testify that visit her
daily, can bo consulted on all the affairs of life, never fails
to au\ ise plans bv which everyone may be relieved of
their) resent troubles, unfolds the mysteries of the future
to such a nicety that every orie who visits her is as
toi tehed at her marvelous predictions. No. 155 Sixth
avenue, between’ Eleventh and Twelfth street. Ladies,
50 cents. Gentlemen, $1 00.
LOOK HERE I—ARE YOU IN trou
ble?
Have you been deceived or trifled with ?
Have your fond hopes been blasted by false promises?
M so, go to MADAME ROSS for advice and satisfaction.
In love affairs she was never known to fail.
She brings together (hose long separated, and shows a cor
rect likeness of future husband or absent friend.
Lucky Numbers Free.
No. 98 W. TWENTY-SEVENTH STREET,
Between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.
Name on the Door. Ring the Basement Belt
A BETTER ASTROLOGIST is NOT TO
JljL be found in the United States than Dr. L. D. and
Mrs. 8. D. BROUGHTON. They succeed in giving satis
faction when all others fail. They can be consulted on
all affairs of human life, -such as courtship, marriage,
traveling, removals, law suits, obtaining situations, re
covering properly welfare of absent friends, &c. ; also,
rickners; u the sick party will recover or die of the pres
ent sickness: if recover, the time they will begin to
amend : what part of the body is afflicted, and what
treatment and medicines are best adapted for the sick
persons. Ladies, 50 cents: gentlemen. sl. Questions an
swered by letter, enclosing sl. and phrenological exami
nations made. Office No. 120 Greene street, below Prince.
MRS. MARIONZDviIEs'.’ZNDEPEN
DENT CLAIRVOYANT, No. 170 Third Avenue,
I may be consulted daily by Ladies on all matters, business
and medical. Nrs. James never fails to give correct in
formation of lost or stolen property, absent or lost friends,
or of past, present or future events. Also detects and
successfully treats all diseases no matter of how long
standing. Mrs. James is a genuine Independent Clairvoy
ant, and has nothing whatever to do with Astrology. La
dles in search of information on any subject should not
fail to consult her v Gentlemen not admitted. Questions
answered by mail on receipt of fl.
Mme. c. de prage, autgraphest,
having had several years’ experience in all the
principal cities in Europe, will now offer her service to
the American public, for the first time, on past, present
and future affairs of life ; will send a correct likeness of
your future husband or wife, by enclosing a lock of hair,
and age, with 50 cents. Address
Mme. C. DE PRAGE,
Station A, Spring street. New York.
MRS? GALLIEBS, LATE OF nine
teenth street, wishes to inform her numerous
friends and visitor that she is now permanently located
at No 106 East Fortieth street, between Third and Lexing
ton avenues. Hours from 10 to 9. Gentlemen not admit
ted.
A BUSINESS AND MEDICAL CLAIR
VOYANT, who has no equal in America, and is the
lady who first advertised in this city and Boston, and
SIO,OOO reward is offered to any person who can surpass
her in giving correct information on lost or stolen goods,
lawsuits, absent friends and business matters of all kinds,
if you have trouble, no matter how serious, she can allay
it for you. She also prescribes for all diseases and is
making great cures. N. B.—This is no humbug, itor does
she wish to impose on the unwary. Please test her skill.
This lady also man m ac-tubes a wash called Chinese Hyso,
an infallible remedy tor removing freckles, tan and sun
burn, and renders the skin perfectly soft and smooth: a
highly perfumed and elegant article for the toilet. La
dies, try it. Please remember this is the only independent
Clairvoyant in this city. She can refer to the most promi
nent citizens of New York, Philadelphia, Boston and other
cities. Call and satisfy yourselves. Office No. 153 East
Thirtieth street, between Third and Lexington avenues.
NO IMPOSITION—THE NEVER FAIL-
ING MaDAME STARR, from Europe, who was born
with a natural gift She consult* on the past, present and
future, on all affairs of life, brings together those long sep
arated. causes speedy marriages, shows you a correct
likeness of your future hueband or absent friends ; drunk
enness cured ; numbers free. Ladies, take notice—you
that have been deceived by false lovers, you that have
been unfortunate in life, call on this great European Clair
voyant and Astrologist, tor It is true facts Which induce
her to say that her equal is not to be found, which is
proved and tested by hundreds who dally and eagerly
visit her. Caution, look out, good news for all. SS.(NX) re
ward for any one who can equal Madame Starr, the great
European Clalovoyant, in her profession or skill She
also tells you the name of the person you will marry. No
| humbug. No. 1(11 East Seventeenth street, corner of Third
1 avenue. Name on the door. Gentlemen not admitted.
WHO WOULD NOT GO TO MAKE
their fortune? Go ye, one and all, to see Miss
l "WELLINGTON, the renowned English Prophetess, uni
■ versally acknowledged the best of all Astrologista, who
; guarantees to secure to those who consult her health,
I wealth and hapniness, and warrants to impart to them
I hifonnation of the i/tmost importance, relative to law
i wits, journeys, absent friends, love, courtship, mar
riage, hidden treasures, enemies and troubles; in fact,
of all affairs in life. Braye soldiers, learn your doom of
glory, life or death If you seek your own prosperity
and felicity you’ll not delay to visit or address by letter
i this highly gifted and boautiful young lady, at No. 101
| Sixth avenue, opposite Eighth street. Miss W. is the only
gerson in this city who has the genuine Roman and Ara
ian talismans for love, good lucx and business affairs—
i warranted for life. Lucky numbers given, as also highly
respectable eity reference. Drunkenness cured and un
i faluiful wives and husbands reclaimed.
j A BONA FIDE ASTROLOGIST THAT
i JzjL everv one can depend on, I* Mme. WILSON, who
' tefis the object of your visit as soon as you enter. She
tellfe the past, present and future of your life, and warns
you ot dangers, and brings success out of the most peril
ous undertakings. N. B.—Celebrated Magic Charms. No.
189 Allen street, between Houston and Stanton, over the
Bakery. Charges, for Ladies and Gentlemen, 50 cents.
Madame harvey, no. 67 sheriff
BTREET, near Rivington. Ladies. 25c. to sl. Gentle
men net admitted.
Come, maidens—come, wives
And learn the futures of your livei
/ I unfold the future,
And tell of the past;
Bring those long separated
Together at last
Those w'ho want riches.
Give me a call;
I have lucky numbers
For one and for all.
ADAME ESTELLE, SEVENTH
Daughter, can be consulted on Love, Marriage, Sick
ness, Losses in Business, Lucky Numbers and Charms.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Ladies, 25 cents ; Gentlemen, 50
eente. Call at No. 114 Varick street near Broome.
TO THE AH MY AND NAVY—IF OUR
Government has a desire to save our brave soldiers
from sickness and death, they will at once supply every
hospital and man with the
RUSSIAN LOTION,
We challenjje the world to produce its equal for Cuts,
Wounds, Bruises. Scalds. Burns, Scurvy, Itch, Chapped
Hands, Pimples, and all eruptions of the skin. Vermin
will not come where it is used. It is a preventive from
other fulsome diseases common to the sexes. It is verv
pleasant and harmless to use) We warrant a speedy cure
or the money refunded. Price 50 cents per bottle.
GOODWIN A CO.,
429 Broadway, N. Y.. Sole Agents for the United Stites.
Retailed by all respectable Druggists.
10,000 ‘ AGEN^™" D
©NEW NATIONAL MEDAL
and Battle Pins of General Mc-
Clellan and the other Generals.
The Medal has McClellan on one
side and the American Eagle on
the other ; the size of a $5 gold
piece ; fine gold plated. The
above cut is a true copy of the
Pins and Medals. The sample
of Pir s will be sent by mail on
receipt et sl, and the Medals on the receipt of 25 cents by
return mail. J. BARNET & CO., No. 609 Broadway.
JQ'ATIONAL BATTLE PINS.—
McCi,7LIAN, GfUNT/ig
Roseciuns, Banks,
Mkade, Gilmore,
Burnsidr, Hookj.u,
'rmv Pigel and Foster.
on tllc Bame Pattern
as the cut, only differing
in hattie - grounds and
dates. Perfect photo
graph likeness in each
▼ pin. plated with fine gold
By enclosing One Dollar, a sample will be sent by mail.
AGENTS WANTED IN AND OUT THE ARMY.
The above is the exclusive property of the inventor.
J. BARNET & CO.,
No. 609 Broadway, N. Y.
R. R.IL
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
WONDERFUL CURBS ARE EtalLY EFFCIED,
MODERN”MLRAC.TiES,
History—l&tence—Art—Philosophy—the Ingenuity of Maa
—the Researches of Sages—have failed is securing to Bie
human race so great and lasting a boon—so peeeiooe and
immediate a necessity as
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF,
THE GREAT INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL REMEDY.
Tobe used on all occasions mere h fair., Lit ma- ■
mation or Swelling, Cold Chills, Shivering, Heacache, ;
Cramps, Spatros,- sudden Sickness, Colds, Coughs, Sore ;
Throat, Influenza, Diptheria, Hoarseness, Lameness.
Pains, Aches, and all Infirmities
IN THE YOUNG OR OLD, MALE OR FEMALE,
It proves Rs efficacy in a few minutes. It will save life
when all other means fail
It Prevents Sickness, It Stws Fains. It SncvsEe Smikf,
It Imparts Strength. It Insvrm Hum.
There are none so weak that it will not straighten—nene
so crippled and infirm it wiß not make whole ami sound
—none so miserable it will not comfort—none so tortured
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restless it will not calm—none so sick it will not cure—
none so exhausted or worn out by disease that it will not
prolong life.
WONDERFUL CUBES ARE DAILY EFFECTED
BY ITS
APPLICATION EXTERNALLY, OP
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, CRAMPS,
STRAINS, SORE THROAT,
'INFLUENZA, DIPHTHERIA,
HEADACHE.
LUMBAGO-GOUT—TIC DOLORE UX-TOOTH ACRE
EARACHE—INFLAMMATION OF THE BTOMaCH—
BOWELS AND KIDNEYS SPRAINS—OUTS—BRUI
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SCALDS- PIMPLES- BLOTCHES- MOSQUITO BITES
-STINGS OF POISONOUS INSECTS—CHILBLAINS—
DEAFNEBS-BUN STROKE—YPOPLEXf EPILE P
TIC FITS—ASTHMA—BALDNESS - SORENESS AND
PAINS IN THE LEGS-b’EET-JOINTS, Ac,-WEAK
NESS IN THE SPINE-LAMENESS-SWELLINGS OF
THE KNEES—FEET—LEGS, &C.-SOKE EYES. AND
IN ALL CASES WHERE THERE IB PAIN OR DIS
TRESS, THE READY RELIEF, IF APPLIED OVER
THE PARTS, WILL AFFORD IMMEDIATE EASE,
AND WILL, IN A FEW HOURS, CURE THE PA
TIENT.
RAHWAY'S READY RELIEF IS THE GREAT
ARMY AND NAVY MEDICINE.
NO SOLDIER OR SAILOR SHOULD BE WITHOUT II
We have the evidence of Army Surgeons and Officers in
the Army and Navy, to certify to its saving over twenty
thousand lives. No soldier or sailor will die of exposure,
disease, or climatic change®, if this medicine is used as a
preventive and drink.
Bear in mind that whenever you drink strange water, a
few drops ot the RELIEF in water will give, you r« delight
ful stimulating drink, and protect your stomach from del
eterious effects arising from change of water.
IT STRENGTHENS THE STOMACH—IT NEUTRALIZES
MALARIOUS POISONS—IT (’HECKS WEAKNESS
OR DECLINE—IT WARMS—KXHILIR-
ATES AND SOOTHES—IT CaLMS
CLEANSES AND PURIFIES,
SOLDIERS RETURNING FROM THE WAR. AFFLICTED
WITH WEAK LUNGS, READ THIS LETTER.
GREAT CURE OF WEAK LUNGS.
From the Chi i.di<m Adc’Oeaie.
“We beg to present to the readers of the Advocate the foV
lowing letter addressed to Dr Kadway. Letthoie afflicted
with WEAK LUNGS anti 1 HREA i'E.NED CONSUMPTION,
read. The writer, Mr Jame? Sage, is well known in Mi
chigan as a popular hotel keeper.’’
Memphis, Macomb Co, Mich., Sept 6th, 1862.
Dr, Radway—Dear sir.- About four years since I wa?
very much affected with DISEASED LUNGS. My friends
thought I had the Cons.un] turn. I was entirely unfit for
business, raised blood, and had every symptom of the
above fatal disease. One night, on going to bed, I thought
I would take a sweat, and took your READY RELIEF (la
hot water) as a stimulant to sweat me. It aid so. The
inspiration was of a slimy substance, arid offensive smelt.
followed taking the Re ady Relief every other night for
four weeks, and at the end of that time was entirely well
This is a true statement of facte, which I will testify to ue
der oath. Yours. <£c .
JAMES sage, Sage’s Hotel, Memphis. Mich.
SORE INFLUENZA,
. DIPTHERIA CUto
Isle Valkn, Oct 18th, 1858.
MI.SBBS. Radway «t Co.:
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made of a disease prevailing here, commencing with
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Guo. La Mmscbur.
MR. S. B. LOGAN, ML'ZqUODOIT, NOVA SCOTIA.
A letter written us under date of May 11th. 1858, from
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raged terribly in this place the past winter, carrying off a
great many. It baffled the skill of the best physicians,
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could mention found the same benefit.” lam respect*
fullv yours, S. E. L&tiß.
RHEUMATISM CURED.
Read this important letter :
ANOTHER WONDERFUL CURE OF RHEUMATISM.
January 3d, iBSC.
Messrs. Rahway & Co.:
I tried your Ready Relief, and had ray joints rupbed
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the city I cannot now remember. 1 was completely
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up and down stairs like an infant: and now, thank God,
by the use of your Remedies, lam strong as ever. I had
the common rheumatism—inflammatory and chronic—
and the palsy. You can publish this if you like.
SARAH a. HOUGH..
No. 344 Thirty-sixth street, between Seventh and Eighth
avenues, N. Y.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS aND STOREKEEPERS.
RAD WAY CO.,
Physiciansand Chemisis No. 87 Maiden Lane., N. Y.
French cordial cognac bit
ters.—These Bitters, whose reputation has long
been European and is fast becoming general in thie coun
try, are composed of the purest Cc>gn&e produced in
French vineyards, in combination with rare and delicious
Algerine ana Asiatic herbs and spices. Invented by the
celebrated Chemist, Le Roux, they have proved them
stlvea invaluable.
IN MALARIOUS DISTRICTS,
IN ALL AFFKmONS OT TUB
LIVER, KIDNEYS ARD DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
They are an agreeable prophylactic and rapid cer
tain cure, in Diarrhoea. Dy genterr. Cholera, (mills, Fevers,
Dyspepsia, Lowness of Spirits, Heartburn, Colic, lossy of
Appetite, and kindred diseases: and they are regarded in
France, Germany and Russia as
THE FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE AGE.
Druggists and Grocers throughout the Union wifi find
the French Cognac Bitters a valuable source of profit, for
when their virtues have once been tested purchasers will
notremain without them. Unlike the other st.* called
Bitters in the market, they <k> not depend tor their suc
cess upon egregious puffing, misshapen bottles and
cure everything” labels; and as they are not composed
of refuse New England Rum, proof-spirits, or similar
cheap poison, they never harm their patrons or give trou
ble to the surgeon.
Wholesale and Retail Agents can be supplied in try
quantity with these splendid Bitters, by the
HOLS AUTHORIZED AGENT FOR TUB CKITBD
STATES,
S. STEEWELD,
No. 70 Nase&u street, New York.
furniture and ginw.
T ORACE WATERS’S, No. 481
BROADWAY.—Pianos, Melodeons, Harmoniums,
ana Musical Instruments of every description, at the very
lowest cash prices. The Horace Waters Fianos and Melo
deons are made of the very best materials. Warranted
for five years, and guaranteed to give entire satisfaction.
New and second-hand Pianos, Melodeons and Cabinet Or
gans to rent; monthly payments received for the same.
A large assortment ot second-hand Pianos, very low.
Pianos and Melodeons tuned, repaired, moved, boxed and
Shipped. 11 ORACE WATERS, Agent, No. 481 Broadway.
P AEIXET rVRNITUBB
Y? AT 'v A Kt’t'ACT DUERS’ "BICISB.
, SIOO,OOO WORTH OF FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE.
In consequence of the falling off in our wholesale busi
ness, we oner our own manufactured goods to the publie
at the lowest prices.
Consisting of Parlor, Library. Dining and Bed-Room
Suites, made of selected material, and in the latest
fashionable styles. All goods warranted.
PLEASE examine our goods before purchasing else
where. WEIL A BRAUNSDORF.
Nos. 125 and 127 Rivington st., bet. Essex and Norfolk.
Grand, Essex and Houston st stages pass close by.
Bristow & hardenbrook,
No. 765 BROADWAY, ■ cg x s
Offer for sale a large stock cf PCSkaA
PIANOS AND MELODEONS, HTITI
Of al) the leading makers, at the lowest
MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES.
Having a large and varied assortment, they afford unu
sual faculties for comparing and selecting an ineirument
The price received in instalments if desired.
OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
AT A FAIR VALUATION.
Attention is invited to a new style of
PARLOR GRAND PIANOS,
of which they have the Sole Agency, which are perfectly
unique in design and unite the highest beauty oT form with
an unsurpassed richness, fullness, and brilliancy of tone.
These Pianos, for elegance of model, are entirely unri
valed, and are especially adapted to Parlors and Drawing-
Rooms. Being of an entirely new’ shape, and equal in qwQ
ity to the best Grands, while they occupy less scace, they
•ommend themselves to universal favor.
PIANOS TO RENT on moderate terms, and the rent
aEowed en the price if the instrument is afterward pur
chased. Second-hand Pianos for sale at lew rates, vary
ing from 875 to S2OO.
Also, agents for Carhart, Needham A Co’s celebrated
Melodeons and Harmoneums, and have an assortment con
stantly on hand.
BRISTOW A HARDENBROOK, No. 765 Brcadway,
George F. Bristow, ? (Between Eighth and Ninth ste.)
W. A. Habdenbrooe. < New York.
ST EIN WAY & SONS
GOLD MEDAL
GRAND,
SQUARE HTHI
AND
UTRIGBT
PIANOFORTES,
are now acknowledged the best instruments in America,
as well as in Europe. hWlng taken
TWENTY-SIX FIRST PREMIUMS, GOLD AND SILVER
MEDALS,
at the principal fairs held in this country wtihta the last
•even years, and in addition thereto they were awarded a
FIRST PRIZE MEDAL
at the
GRAND INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
in London, 1862, for
rownamt,
CLKAR,
SRILLrAKT IND
FTMTAwnwrc Tdxrn,
with Excellence of Workmanship as shown in Grana and
Square
PIANOS.
There were M 0 PUnoe, from all parte ef the world, en
tered for competition, and the special cc-neßpondent of
the Tuneesays,
“Messrs. Steinway’s indorsement by the Juron in
photic, and stronger, and more to the point than that of
any European maker. ,
“This greatest triumph of American Pianoforte! In Eng
land has caused a sensation in musical circles throughout
the continent, and as a result the Messrs Steinway are in
constant receipt of orders from Europe, thus inaugurating
a new phase in the history of American Piwaolortee by
creating in them an article of export”
Every Pianoforte warranted for Five Years,
WARXROOKS,
Nos. 82 AND 84 WALKER STREET,
Near Broadway, New York.
/Conner’s unitbd states type
S«». 2s, 3t and 33 Centre street, near Cttr
Dall, Kew York.
JO TBIKTEBS AMD FVBLISHEMS.
The undersigned beg to call your attention to their
NEW 5 EJHFSOF SCOTCH (JUT FACES, fr>m Pearl to
Pica, jut* finished; (having been gotten up with a view to
durability in newspaper printing), specimens of which
u>n be .furnished on application; surpassing, if possible,
their Original Rcqteh Ont Faces, which have given such
universal satisfaction throughout (he United states, the
Canadas. ad«l Sqwfti A m. rn a.
THE FANCY TYPE DEPARTMENT exhibits an unsur
passable quantity of style*-, of Home Origin, and selected
trosD England, France and Germany. And their NEW
AMERICAN BCRIJ TB, ROUND HkND, and ITALIAN
BCRIPTB, BORDERING, ete., are »ot to he excelled in
this or ary other country ; and this the undersigned
mskv 1m )o in sey ol their sr »- hnens—as they have reach
ed a point originally aimed after—that is, to excel in
ality of the article furnished, and inthe variety of styles
prvi-vnU d»•»• m U>■ +■■ »p> •*)> g nil similar establish
ments. The stvtitd sty teu Lave only to be seen to be ap
preciated.
Particular attention is called to their German depart
ment, wherein te shown sa splendid GERMAN FACES
and STYLES as c*n bo seen in the German Confedera
tion or the United States. Particular attention having
been given to the selection, in obtaining the styles from
the best type foundries throughout Germany, whether
for Book, Job, or Newspaper printing.
Every article necessary for a perfect Printing
Office famished as above.
F. 8 —We suggest t© ah who may honor ns with their
patronage, by tetter, requiring credit, to have such or
ders accompanied by references.
Any puWiebei of a newspaper, who will insert this
advert ie men t—together with Uns note —three times before
the first of December. 1863, and who will furnish us with
a copy of the papers in which it appears, will be allowed
the amount of his bill <»n his purchasing /ice times ths
from m in articles of our manufacture.
Printers desirous of receiving our specimen sheets as
they are ksueo, wB) jAeaso send us their cards.
JAMES CONNER 8 SONS.
rno NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS AND
JL PRINTERS.
The subscriber? manufacture TYPE REVOLVING Dou
ble and Single Cylinder Printing Machines, Bed and Platen
POWER PRESSES,
For Boek. Job and Card Printing.
They would also call the attention of publishers of news
paperE to their new
RAILWAY NEWSPAPER PRESS
And their Staple
LARGE HAND CYLINDER PRINTING MACHINE,
Either of which io especially designee to supply newspa
pers of & moderate circulation with a cheap ano servicea
ble Printing Machine, capable of doing also the ordinary
job work cj an onto! town ofliee. They are designed to
run by hand, at a speed ol 700 copies an hour, and at this
rate v. iB run without jar or noise.
Circular of prices, will description, will be forwarded !
on application.
R. HOE A CO..
Printers' and Binders’ Warehouse,
Nos. 29 and 31 Gold street,
Corner Brw.me, Sheriff and Columbia sts, New York,
and Foundry street, Boston, Mass.
PnWnen of newspapers who will insert this advertise
ment thirteen times in their wecMl.v papers, with this j
note, previous to January 1,1864, and forward us a copy !
<4 r>aper containing the same, will be paid in pointing ma- ;
tenai- by purchasing four times the amoun) of their bill
for thi* advertisement
Beautiful villa plots,
UNION PLaCIL TXING ISLAND.
45 minutes from Scuf). Ferry. Cars hourly.
Plots M‘ by I(X>, 50 by 200.100 by Zikl, 2Ki by Ml feet; high
dry, level and perfect, running from street to street, i
Depot three minniwi'walk. Commutation 6 cents a trip.
H»enery ano water excel lent-
Price of plots, *3OO, S6OO, F-W s*-,400, 25 per cent
down, balance, in ten yenrs to parties who improve.
Cut thie notice out for future reference.
Call for a man on the property
I. B. CHASE.
No. 1H Fulton street,
Se'C<»s»d Floor, Room 1.
INUING BIRDS. -5,000 SELECTED
GERMAN CANARIES, in Dill song, guaranteed with
a complete variety ©f Taney and Singing Birds, from ail
parte of lie world. CHAS. REICHE A BRO.,
No. .61 Obattoaii; street opposite Chambers.
I N separate
.a. BOXES —BLACK
and BROWN, warrant-
Y l ”*th® best, cheapest
fell tRyOgSlSj and most durable in the
liy w ‘ rid. Dyes the most
beautiful Black and
fay t a Hfc Brown instantaneously,
?S *Wl without injuring the
BEKHnKAMUMdRSEUHi Hair or Skin in the least.
StMEy til Dewi, Mo. Doy street.
Tl ÜBYBA 8’ _ M AIZ EN A
Beeeivtd Two "PRIZE MEDALS”
(Frr-*» Juriee 3 a«wi 4,)
AT THE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON,
1868,
Betog the BCLE AWARI-S gained by anything of the kind.
Il also received iht superlative Report of
tl EXCEEDING EXCISLLENT FOR FOOD."
AS THE
GREAT INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
AT HAMBUBG, JULY, 1863,
Alec received the highest Medal for its great delicacy as
an article of Food,
Deed for Puddings, Caslards, Blanc Mange. Ac., without
I»dn£l&*»8, with few or no Eggs. It Is excellent for thicken
{ Ing Sweet Sauces, Gravies for Fist, Meats, Soups, Ac. For
Ice Cream nothing can conmare with it A little boiled in
Milk makes a rich Cream tot Coffee, Chocolate, Tea, <tc.
A most delicious article of food for Children and Invalids
3t is vastly superior to Arrow Root, and much more
economical
«?■ Put up it 1 It. Packages, with full direc
tions, aud sold (under trade-mark Xaizena) by
til Grocers and Druggists.
WM. DDKYEA, Wholesale Agent,
«c. ICC HILTON STREET, N. T.
SBMMBB ARRANGEMENT FROM
New-York to Ghm Cove. Glenwood,
jßtoslyn, Mott’s Dock, Bands’ roint Great
Neck, Whitestone and Bayles Dock. TbGe™6»«BSMtai
new. elegant and iW-satang Steamer
Y. V. Ah ROWSMITH, Capt Charles Port,
On and after SATURDAY, May S), 18G3, will leave as fol
lows-:
Roslyn C.3DA.M. Sande’ Point 7.33 A.M.
(Benwood 685A. M GreatNeok 7.55A.M.
Mett’s Dock, (discontinued Bayles Dock 8.05 A.M.
in the morning tor prrnut) Whitestone 8.15 A. M.
Gleneove 7.MIA.M.
Will leave New-York from Peck-flip, Pier No. 14, East
River, tor tire above named landings EVERY AFTER
NGON, (Sundays excepted,) at 3.30 P- M.
The above steamer will, about the 20th of Jnne next,
make two trips each day from New York to Glen Cove
and the in landings. No freight will be taken
on the morning and evening tripe except io the landings
beyond Glen Cove.
•FGE 7AVILLIGN HOTEL AT GLEN OOVB
Is located at ti*e landing ui ihe above steamer, and is now
©l>en for the reception of iraunteut and permanent
Uwtfwrs. WM. M. WEEKS,
Superintendent of Hotel.
'A KTER nFoN~BO AT FORKEW
BURGU, Pcughkeepeie, Eonflont
an&KingHon, landing at Uckwiik, West
Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall, New Ham
burgh, and Milton. The new and olegarrt SUdUlcn
wa-1 Pierson, ’
Wil) Pter foot o. uaV Street, Every Afternoon, at
o clock, Bundays excepted. Reto ruing,, leave every morn-
U^gh S 7^ U< ’* fc : Koru ' out Poughkeepsie, 6}s; Naw-
SEGULAR MAIL LINE f<ir BOSTON.
W- GROTON, STONINGTON. NEW
DON, PROVIDENCE, NEWPORT,
TAUn-TDK and NEW BEDFORD.
jir'and mne—the shortest and most direct—carrying
the Eastern mail.
The Hhumora PLYMOUTH HOCK. Captain J. C. Geer.
COMMONWEALTH, Captain J. W. williams, in con
nection with the Stonington and Providence, and Boston
Rird Providence Railroads, lea' Ing New York dally (Sun
days excepted}from Pier No. 18 K R . at 5 P. M., and Gro
ton at 8:30 P. M. : or <m the antt'a: of the mall train, which
leaves Boston at 5:30 F. M.
The PLYMOUTH ROCK, from New York—Monday,
Wednesday and Friday. From Groton—Tuesday, Thurs
lay and Saturday.
The COMMONWEALTH, from New York-Tuesday,
Jfhursaay ana baturday. From tiroton—Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday.
Passengers proceed ftom Groton, per raiiload to Provi
dence. and Boston in the Express Mail tram, reaching said
places in advance of those by other routes, and in ample
time for al! the early Moininy. Lines connecting North and
Bast. Passengers who prefer it remain on board the
steamer, enjoy a night’s ye.st undisturbed, breakfast, if de
sized, and leave Groton in the 7:15 A. M. train, connecting
flit Providence with the JV:to A. M. train for Boston.
A Baggage Mester aceoiripanieß tho Bteamer and Train
fit rough each way.
For Hissage, berths, state-rooms, or freight, apply on
board the steamer, or at the Fright effloo, Pier No. 18
North River, or at we Office of the Company, No. 115 West
street, corner of Courtlandt street, N. Y.
W. M. EDWaRDR Agent
»nw Yoke, m. 28, iB6X
JQ BI E HAILWA Y.—
FASsENGER TRAINS LEAVE,
VIA FAVGNIA FERRY,
FOOT GF CHAMBERS ST., as follows, via:
7:00 A. M., EXPREfiE, for Buffalo, and irincip&l inter*
mediate Stations. v
8:30 A. M., MILK, ruxv, for Otisville, and tatenne*
dtate Stations.
10:00 A. M„ MAIL, for Buffalo and intermediate Bta
ttona.
4:15 P. M., WAY, for Port Jervis, Newburgh, Warwick.
And intermediate Stations.
k:00 P. M., NIGHT EXPRESS, iuut, for Dunkirk. Buf
tato, Rochester, Canandaigua, Ac. The Train o* Saturday
june through t<- Buffalo- Futdoes not run to Dunkirk.
7.-00 P. M., EMIGRANT, for Ponsirk, ana princtoftl
t'i&ticne.
CHAR MINOT, Gen’l Sup’t
gxrtrls and iinmo Mom,
M. SWEET'S
NEW DINING ROOM,
Nc. 12 FULTON STREET,
HEW TORE.
TIDGIR COFFEE ROOMS,
JU No. 9J ANN ST.
{GPEM DAY AND NIGHT.)
BQABT JURATS, per toote 6 eente.
OYBTERfi, etewed and fried 12 cents.
BOUPB.. 6 ccnta.
J4X RigM. 1...............25 cents.
[Written for the New Yerk Dispatch.)
I WILL XOT AND I WILL.
By Winurn J. McClure.
There’s near me a sweet little fairy
Who’s haunting, eatiring my heart; 9
’Tis neither meek Alice nor Mary,
Butfne of more beautiful art
Like a star, she illumines my dreaming,
Alluring, enchanting me still;
Shall I follow her mystical gleaming t
I will not. and again I wilL •
Her eyes are tkc purest and brightest
In Beauty’s own glorious sky.
And her step the proudest ana lightest
That lover did ever espy *,
Yet when I «in charmed to devotion.
And resolved to guard her from ill,
There widens between us an ocean
Of I will not, after I n ill.
Hitting goes youth, soon 'twill be dyin<—
Griin troubles and wrinkles succeed ;
Oh, why am I parleying, vielng
O’er Affection’s beautiful meed f
’Twere bettex my life glowed forsaken,
Like forest, fount, laxelet, or rill,
Than in it a conflict awaken
Of I will not, daring I will.
Take from me such dread indecision,
Ye gentle and amorous powers,
Though scattered be every vision
That comes with the evening hours.
Ah! Love makes my bosom unwary—
May Hatred its throbbiugs ne'er chili—
Shall I linger ’twixt Alice and Mary ?
I will not, and again I will 1
gtw for
Fashions for December—The First
Snow.—Traced upon the brown earth and the transparent
window panes, have at last appeared Winter’s first artistic
efforts—pictures of sunny landscapes, of jutting crags, of
rugged coasts, of hillsand valleys, reminiscences of sceneff
w hereon he has set the sea) of his icy breath. In the sun
light, so recently grown paie and chill, they have glittered
crystal and resplendent, and vanished into thin air, as
the glowing dreams of hapless mortals. So long the
freezing stranger had deferred his coming, it was thought
perchance he had overlooked thia little corner of th©
globe, for some more inviting territory; but, with a.
dash of snow for a greeting. In mocking merriment
at such credulity, his majesty is in our midst. And.
that first snow—falling silently, softly to the bosom,
of mother earth ; fairies robed in feathery drap
ery, sometimes coquetting with tho wind and whirl
ing gay waltzes to ins weird melodies, at others floatiiw:
gracefully and languidly away to join their sisters in their
peaceful rest. And the gray sky lo <*cred dark and threat
ening promises tor the future, but in the softening shades
of evening lost itself in smiling luure and gleaming star
light. Pleasant sunshine and gentle winds are something
not to be grumbled at, but. it appears from past experience,
for some ungrateful specimens of humanity, they can last
too long. This time there were many busy heads and
hearts that despaired at the mocking sunbeams and Au
tumn breezes, for they seemed to have charmed the ex
travagant fair of New* York fnto forgetfulness of “ the
new bonnets so the conjuring, contriving little millin
ers who ha l plodded and toiled over rare creations of ge
nius found their efforts unrewarCed.
The incomprehensible sex who were formerly their pa
trons were provokingiy cool and unappreciative, but That
little dash of snow’ changed the entire order of circum
stances. The wearers of silks, crapes aud laces awoke
from their indifference, as from a dream, and affrightedly
consigning those relics of the past to oblivion, began the
usual refrain of , ,
TUB KE'V BONKBTS.
Out came the dainty satins and velvets from the midst
of solitude and seclusion, wherein they had been mourned,
by the millinery world, to speedily find new possessors
aha new homes. The shapes for the season are therefore
settled, the style, etc.
They are as close as it is possible to wear a bonnet
at the sides, and lower aud more projecting at rhe
top, and quite fiat from the crown io the front. The
capes are narrower, and quite pointed in tne cen
tre. As in the Fall, lace of rich quality and design is
much employed in trimming both satins and velvets lit
teatln rs the small curied ostrich should be worn clustered
at the to>, or heavy drooping plumes adjusted to fall over
the side, and fringe the cape. Black and the natural
veined gray are the most preferable colors. Of. flowers
endless things could be sai l in their praise, especially of
those miniature ;xwtorr<« v’e saw at Ed. Ridi.ey’s, Nos. 311
and 311}$ Grand street and 66 Alien street. Blooming
amid velvet mosses were roses from the whitest and most
delicate creamy tints to the deepest crimson. There were
anemones and china asters, half opened and mil blown,
pale eamelias, and scarlet chrysanthemums, veined and
frosted leaves, and clusters of jet and velvet grapes, the
moss roses and buds etnbedded in emerald foliage were
more than beautiful. Ribbons were of superior quality,
very broad and in elegant colors; bonnet satins and vel
vets to match., and all the various etceteras necessary to
lhe formation of those exquisite conception', so priceless
to the fair sex. Many of the chapeaux this season are
models of elegance, and may be distinguished for tho
good taste displayed in the selection and arrangement of
the trimmings. Among the chef (Vaeucres at Shimons’, No.
637 Bioatfway, we remarked a superb black velvet bon
net, the only external ornament being a cluster of pink
velvet mess roses, half opened buds and brown stems fast
ened at cne side of the crown, with abarbe of black lace,
and falling gracefully over the top. The face trimming
w a* formed of a smaller cluster, veiled with illusion. Th®
strings were of very broad black ribbon with heavy
corded edge. Near to this was a bonnet of mauve vel
vet, with a falling crown and cape of heavy point
lace- A marabout plume, of the softest white, one of the
prettiest we have ever seen, fell from the tip, over tha
s-itte, tuthe cape. Inside, a queenly cream colored rose,
v ith a deep tinge of orange suffusing its inner leaves, was
clustered amid brown moss and point lace. Strings were
white and very wide. Another, of white velvet, fleecy as
falling snow. v> as very beautiful for an evening or carriage
bonnet It had a falling crown, cape of point lace, and
heron feather descending in a shower of brown and white
sprav over the side and half the crown ; brown moss, bar
berries in jet, and blue water lilies, formed the inside
trimming. In these spacious sales rooms were many oth
ers equally elegant, suitable for street, carriage, or opera
bonnets, which we should like to particularize if our
space was not limited.
At Buss A Co.’s, No. 603 Broadway, was a pretty bonnet
of violet roval velvet On the top, blush roses and tufts of
shaded moss, were halt buried in folds of white lace ; in
front, were pink and scarlet geraniums, with emerald
leaves. Another exquisite bonnet was of black velvet,
with round crown and pointed cape, a barbe of white laca
falling in the centre of the latter. On the front were
branches of red moss loses set in point lace ; inside were
halt opened buds, and puffs of illusion.
At L. Binns’, No. 581 Broalway, we saw a cJtqpem in
leather colored velvet; a tuft of black ostrich leathers
lastened with jet grapes, and fringed scarf drooped over
the crown. The face trimmings were blue velvet loops,
alternated with Applique lace on one side, and a pink full
blown rose on the other The evening bonnets here are
exceedingly pretty, especially one oi rose-colored and
white velvet, wi:h inside ot roses and Illusion.
la maroon velvet we saw a novelty at Madame Isaacs',
No. 366 Canal street. The talliig crown w.*-s of wnits
royal velvet; a fan-shaped bow of maroon velvet clasped
and fringed with jet, w«as placed high at the top; a white
rose and spray ot scarlet and purple velvet leaves oma*
merited the inside
At Madame Noltrhit'r, No. 158 Bleecker street, we found
the latest and most Parisian importations for the
street and opera.
MOURNING BOS NETS.
Perhaps there js somewhere in the metropolis or its
vicinity, some young, gay and lovely widow, who having
mourned the allotted period prescribed by fashion for the
deceased partner of her joysand sorrows is meditating a
third stage of grief, before resuming the gay hued rai
ment of the world at large. At Wm Jack- x’s, No. 551
Broadway, we discovered a gem in mauve plush specially
adapted to such requirements White marabout, feathers,
fastened on the tip with an aigrette of steel, waved down
ward to the cape. In front were leaves of violet and
white velvet, at.d a rosette of fluted lace. 4t taesame
establishment was a bonnet of velvet, black as tne black
est night, trimmed with a single sable ostrich pume; in
side were ornaments of jet set in black illusion Yet
another well adapted to second mourning was of slate
colored silk. quilted with black; black velvet front with,
scarf f ringed with bugles and face-trimmings of black and
purples barbes confining a black rose.
At the New York Mourning Ptore, No. 623 Broadway,
were some graceful novelties in sila and crepe, spangled
with jet beads, fringe of jet falling over the front and
clusters of frost grapes inside.
“The Household Fairy.” —There 's
an old story told both in ancient and modern times, in
luxurious palaces and at lowly firesides, of a skeleton
that lurks in every house, hid away from the eyes
the world, visible only and awfully present to the be?
i of the inmates.
A skeleton in every household, locked up In dark
1 and gloomy nook, whence it glowers over its vic
tiros stern and tenible. Bitter tears, it is r- rere
powerless to banish that boding spectre, t , at ’ _ ,
i ence ; prayers. and exoichms laffed Often this
, haunting skeleton was designated. g .tin and gloomy
I ’-care.” that made the heart grow’ ol<\ ere its nrime and
i Mole the crlmsoA from beauty’s r’ i 0^ r g e
btory is not all romance, but now, here, with us, in our
very midst It is s sad reality. still have their
i skeletons—Gitencst in the xvjnstrc us shape of care.
I Many a matron wearie. t her toilsjme task of
i ceasele&s labor lor youthful charge will attest
I to this, that her <! jmestic care is the skeleton thit
♦ pales ii<?r writes deep furrows on her
■ brow. And fov the benefit of these, and the count
: less o<Kufftoim/ the presence of thh baleful
shade*modern genius luu h«foe? ! vSa
•whose cheerful presence shall
(’are to his native Hades. “ The * * OU IVi° c d ‘ l„ y JS-if
lit gored, lithe and graceful elf, who <a“®S
the burden of the weary mother’s labo
ceaseless chant as she performs her work u *?* % - _ r
failing, ever ready,” stitching, stitching, ev«_. ?
with such exquisite skill ana neatness, that the
the tired mother loses remembrance of her skele. “*■
peaceful rest.
This elf— what hold she gains upon the affections,
priceless and inestimable she becomes—priceless beyond
compare. Who is there who has learned her value, that
would lose her from their midst Y How many spirit-?
have grown light?—how many have thrown toil and
care to the winds forever, through her influence ?—and
how many is there yet to learn the blessing of her pro
sence ? Why need they, when she is so near at hand,
and so readily to be obiainei ! Make her acquaintance
in her proper name—The Sewing Machine —at Messrs.
Wheeler A Wilson’s, No. 505 Broadway ; learn her capa
bilities, her good humor and docility, and we. guarantee
the prize Christmas present you will bestow upon vour
friend, or solicit in your own behalf from merry a'ri-s
Kringle, will be Messrs Wheeler A Wilsqn’s Sewin' Ma
chine, fitly styled “ The Household Fairy.”
Social Extravagance. —The approach.-
ing Winter will be the gayest season Washington eve?
saw. The preparations that are being made for every
description of dissipation arc on the most stupendous
scale. The population of the Capital will be far greater
than during any preceding Winter. The capacity of th®
hotels and boarding-houses for accommodating the people
who will be there was exhausted long ago. There is not
a vacant house in the city or in Georgetown. Hundreds
of people have engaged houses in Baltimore, and will rider
io this citv from that one every morning. The hotels and.
boarding-houses here will charge the most fabulous prices.
Balls, routesand parties will be the order of the day.
Monev will flow like water. Extravagance in dress, in.
equipage, and in sumptuous living, will mark the daily
life of the degenerate successors of Washington, of Jack
son, of Harrison, of Folk. In all these fashionable follies.
the President’s household, we are gravely informed, will
take the lead. Already, Jenkins has given a gushing de
scription of the new and elegant outfit of “the President’s
lady,” and has dilated upon the gorgeous ballsand ban
quets that are to be given at tho White House. God help
the poor, this Winter, whose husbands aud fathers have
been forced off to the wars, while they are starving at
home, with coal at sll a ton, sugar eiglitcm cents a .
Sound, coffee 49 cents a pound, tea $1 50 a ) on id, muslin. ,
I cents a yard, and flannel too dear to be bought. Balls
and banquets at the White House ; blood and balls of an
other kind in the battle-field ; and starvation and anguish
in the dwellings of the poor. So we go ! H adiuu/ton Cor- .
retjxnu’eiice of Chicago Times.
Interesting Case of Conscience.—.
Some three months ago, a magnificent diamond neclc*
lace, imported from Italy, was stolen from the residency
of Louis Cafferata. The necklace was worth between
$2,500 and $3,000. A box, in which it was kept with other
jewelry—in all about SIB,OOO value—was broken open, amS
the necklace alone taken out. Mr. Cafferata employed
the police detectives to search for his property, but in
vain. Yesterday morning, Mr. Cafferata received, through
the post-office, a note, to call at the Cathedral Church for
his jewelry. Mr. C. at once called upon the Parish Priest
at the Cathedral, and received from him the necklace
diminished by one of the diamonds. The missing one L*s
worth about sixty dollars, and had probably been lost or
irrevocably parted with by the thief —St. Imius Themocrat.
The s reels of St. Louis must be in
a pleasant condition. A paper of that city says a
wat smothered to death in a mud hole, eome dayaßto:©.
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