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T 51 Vol* VIII.?Bo.m WSiole So. 3115 RAIL ROADS & STEAMBOATS. NEW JERSEY RAILROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWARK. Kioai Mia loot of Cearilamll itreet, New York. (Every day?Suiulny ?**' LnrnNewVik . .bcV*L. ?. .ie d V. At 9 A. M. At 1 P. M. At ^K A. M. At IK P. M. UK do. 4 do. do- W do4* do. 9 do. 5K do. 6 do. U do. \ do ? do. ON SUNDAYS. Fiom the foot of Liberty street. Leave N>-w York. Leave Newark. An A M and ?? !*. M. At 12 Nooo aud I* P. M. NKf YOldl, ELIZABETH TOWN. Leave New York. Leave hliaahrth Town. 9 A. M. ^ A. M. pw- f A. 934 " The trains for Westfield, Plaiufield, Boundbrook, Somcrvitle, fcc., connect with the 9 A M, 2J4 and (34 P M trains Irom New Yoik, daily, Suudays eicepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 25 cents. Fare between do and Somerville, 75 cents. NEW YORK. UAHWAY AND NEV* BRUNSWICK. Fare reduced. From the foot of Liberty street, daily. Lease New York. Leave New Brunswick. At 9 A.M. At 5)4 A. M. 2K P. M. 7? ' * " V*r.M. On Snndays the and 7 >4 A.M. tripe from New Brnnewiek and 234 P- M. train from New York, are omitted. Fair between New York and New Brunswick, 75 cents. Rahway, 9# cents The fare in the 5X and 7)4 A. M. train from New Brumsnck, and 234 and 1)4 ?. M. train from New York, has been re dnced. New York and New Brunswidk, to 50 ccnj?" and Rahway to 7734 Passengers who procure their tickets at the ticket office, receive a ferry ticket gratis. Tickets are received by the condactor only on the day when porchased. anil 3m* KREIUUT AND PASSAGE TO PITTSBUBO. BiNonrsi" " The proprietors of Bingh tin's Transportation Line to Pittsbu'g, give notice to the Mercliants of N?w York, and all other persons shim-ins to the West, that their line is no* in active operatior (roods consigned to them (or sent to go in their line,) will be lorwarded with despatch. Owners or shippers of goods, destined for the Western Slates, who have no agent or consignee at Pittsburg, will please ronsigu their goods to William Bingham, Pittsburg, who will attend to snipping all auch consignments without delay. All goods should he marked distinctly on eacn package BINGHAM'S LINE. For atea of freight, which are as low as any other line, apply o WM. TYSON, Agent. No. S Writ atreet, opposite Pier No. 2, N. K. N. B. Passengers forwarded to Piltaburg and Pottaville,every day, Sundays excepted. Refer to R. Crooks, American Fnr Co. ; 8. T. Nieoll, Front street: Phelps, Dodge It Co., Fulton street ; Suydair 9age St Co ; Wm. Rankin, Duryes at Co. Newark. mti 3m RAIL ROAD-ALBANY AND SARATOGA. a* rrn It >LAS, I aptam Allaire, will leave New York Irom pulton Market Slip, East Hirer, every momina at t o'clock for Had Bank, (eieei* Thursday, on which day the boat goes to Eatontown Dock.) Returning, will laare at 1 o'clock each day. The Iolaa will run aa abort, navigation and weather permitting. uutil farther notice. AU freight and baggage at the riak of the owners the-eof. June >1, 1141. jet93me gaj HEALTHY EXCURSION TO THE ,3- FISlITNO BANKS OFF SANDY HOOK ICiKJb?Thr hrt lad anbataitial ateatnrr UTICA, Captain J. W. Hancol, will commence making daily excursion! to the abort-place, an Monday, July YWli, and continue to run erery Monday, Wednesday, Thartday and Satnrday, and leave as folhftra :?Foot of Hammond street at a quarter past I o'clock?Canal street at half past ??Pike street, E. H., at 4?Pier No. 1 N. R., at hall iwat . A Band of Music is engaged. Dinner and all kinds of refreshments will be famished onboard. On the retnrn the Uriea will remain at Fort Hamilton hall an hour. Fare 2} centa each way. The UtICA will make an Afternoon F.scnrsion around Staten laland on Sunday, July 21th, and continue every Tuesday, Friday, and Snnday, and lease aa follows Foot of Hammond xtreetat I V o'clock?Canal street si 2? Pike street, E.R. at half |oat I?Pier No. 1, st IX o clock, P. M., sod arrive in the city at? o'clock Fare 25 renueach way. jyl)2m r mm ^ FOR KASTPOR1. CALAIS, ST. ANnnutuia a ?T tnilVjU _Ur., ?. . uirvr , .r. T- v"* 1'iuriilFii will leave Boalon every Friday, ?M0*< A. M in the l^in of the Lantern Railroad lor Portsmouth, from which place (hey will he conveyed by the well kuown ateamer Hant> re? to the above placca. Returning. the Huntrraa will leave St. Johns every Tues dey-at 7 A. M.and Eaatport at 2 P. M. and anive in Portsmouth on Wednesday in lim*4or the 4 o'clock train lor Boaton. Fare to Eaatport, $6 I Calais and St. Andrew*, K i 1' 11 (Meala el Ira.) Thia route offera to persons seeking enjoyment. many inlineaments?a country abounding in fine lakes ami the moal choice fishing ; also game of all kinds, with other attractions interesting to sportsmen. a7 2m*r OPPOSITION LINE FOR ALBANY FARE REDUCED!! FREIGHT TAKEN AT REDUCED PRtCKS. mJrm jjA The commodions Steamboat WA8HINO gL ^-77^. TON Captain J. M. Brown, having made 3RaMjBJK.arrangeini-nts to change her days of leaving .New Ynik, will l:?reafter leave the root of Robinson street NCVa York, every Tnrsihy, Thursday, anil Svurday after noon, at J o clock, and Albany, every Monday, Widnrsilay, and Friday afternoon, at J o'clock, landing on her iwasage each way at the foot of Hammond street, Newburgh, Ponghkeepaie. Kmgstou Point, Caltakill and Hudson. For freight or postage, apjdv to the Captain on board, or to D, RANDOLPH tlARTlN. No. lirt West street. ru?r, im?r FOR MARBEILI. K??Picket for let October^ The very eepertoc copper-fattened and topoertd ship niifa CORICLAnUS, Hale mister. , n , The m Ijor part of nvr cargo it al-eidy enjaged. For freight tdtae balanaa, or for \ssaaara, arrly to BOYD It HINCKEN, II r No. 9 Tontine Bnildinga. Traveller* to Saratoga Springs, Lake Ge< ree, Whitehall and Lower Canada, are informed that they will insure to themselves an expeditious and pleasant conveyance to the Springs by i tkiug the Rail Ron I cars at Albany. HOURS OF DEPARTURE. From Albany. From Saratoga. At 6 o'clock, A. M. I At 7 o'clocl^A. M " 3 " P. M. I " SX " P M. There is no change of Coaches or Baggage Wagons, or shifting of Baggage from one Steamboat to another on this tonte. Pisaengers on their arrival at Saratoga, will find stage coaches in readiues* to convey tnem to Lake George and Whitehall on Lake Ch-mplain; connecting with ail the principal Northern and Eastern Stage routes. A Stage (for the convenience of passengers who arrive bv the afternoon train from Albany,) leaves Saratoga at 6 o'clock A. M. arrives at Whitehall in lime for the departure of the Champlain steamboat of same day, and brings eastern trav Hers to Rutland, Vu early in the evening. N. B. There are baggage wagons always in readiness, at Albany, on the arrival of Die steamboats and rail road cars, to carry the baggage of passenger* direct to and from the depot and steamboat at the rate of 6)% cents |ier trunk or package, or 12X eents for ordinary travelling baggage. The departures for the west are Axed for the season at7X o'clock, A. M. and 7 P. M. JOHN COSTIOAN, Superintendent. Albany, June 27th, 1112. jeZtJmr railkoab Notice. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINE. THE NEW JERSEY Railroad and Transportation ComI pany have established a Freight Line between New Brunswick and New York, which they intend to ran pennaLeaving New Brunswick at 9X A.M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and tlie foot ol Liber tyntreet. New Yoik, st 2\ P. M. To country dealers and meict.anta the above line is very desirable or tne ppdy and cneap conveyance ol merchandise of evory description, and more particularly to Drover* and Dealer* in Live Stock, whft can have !.'* head of cattle conveyad between New Brunswick and New York, the same day whenever required. ... . The rates far the transportation of cattle, horses, males, KHCej<, nujfH, ?t. nnu ail uuiei *iuiia 1/1 lucivmuiuav <u? ?*i| low, never exceeding steamboat prices. Merchandise sent b.- this linn is not snbject to any ems charge in crusting the North River. The Company have fitted np a large atorehoue at New Brunswick, adioining the Railroad Depot, which will always eopen Tor the reception of merchandise. Paasengrt purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will receivr reriv tickets gratis. IT/"" Freatht fer Newark, Eliubethtown, Rah way, Weltfield, Flainneld, Scotch Plains, Bonndbreok and SomervUle, is conveyed by ths above lines, and delivered the same day when received. auMlm* r m, " FOR CHARLESTON. HATANA. cfi^BpiKEY WEST, NF.W ORLEANS, AND y^HRVKOALVKfiTON.ITeiu) to sail rn the 10th October, at 12 AM.?The well known and fsrorite steam ship NEW YORK, J. T. Wright, Commander, hating been put .incomplete order. With new wrought iron shafts, Ac-, will |>ositivrly leave for die above ports on the day specified. The New York, having been superbly fitted r.D, with saloon state rooms tu addition to her cabins, offers superior accommodations for the ronvenrauce of passengers. Passengers gou? in this boat may safely rely upon the well known skill sod attentions of her Captain. For light freight or passage, apply on board, loot of 9th street, East River, or to C. MORGAN, or H. HUBBARA. fc CO. 27 Peck Blip. N- B.?Ths New York carries sufficient fuel for the voyage. Passengers for Kay West, New Orleans, and Galveston, will have an opportunity of suiting Havana, as the ship will lay there twa days. sg to dotrc STEAM SHIP NEPTUNE-CAPT. WM. ROLUNS. To leave this poif Or toner 1st, si a o'clock P. M. FOR CHARLESTON. KEY WF.jf. HAVANA. NEW ORLEANS, ANb OALVK-JfON. TEXAS. Thia ship will positively leave asanove. She can superbly accommodate 3J0 passengers in the cabins and stale rooms, anil w'tl take a few in the steerage. Also, a small quantity of light freight, for which or passage, apply on board, at th? Tobacco Inspection pier, E R, or at No. 7i Wall street, where a plan of the state rooms may be teen. The Neptune has been perfectly overhauled, and is in fi'st rate order. The delays at intermediate ports will be but momentary, to laud and to receive passengers. ?ud it ia expected passengers by her will be landed at New Orleans by 12th October. J. H. BROWER. s6tool*ic 75 Wall at. .MQ srt OCEAN HOUSE, Long Branch. Kumson, lV ..WrnJi Brown's Dock, Middletown, Estontown Dock 3L-wKJLui(I[ Red Bank, Shrewsbury.?The steamboat E NE NEW MEDICI NKS. THE NEW YORK COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AND PHARMACY. ESTABLISHED FOE THE SUPPRESSION OF QUACKERY, U AS met with the must unprecedented success since its com 11 mcnremrnt, particularly ftom the unfortunate victims ol unprincipled I'lrimden, who ore now daily gaining strength and risoi under the judicious treatment of the Collets. The following preparations hare already obtained a releority anperaJellrd in the annals of mnliciar. THE UNRIVALLTED TONIC MIXTURE. A crttaiu care for ell forms of dyspepsia, low spirits, loss ol sppetiu, lassitude, cutaneous eruptions, general debility, predts|>usition to consumption, and all complnnts arising Irom a disarrangement of the ucrvious system. It may be also used with treat success in cases of fercraud star, and as a preTentatire te yellow feert. Sold in bottles at Si and %M each. THE ANODYNE LINIMENT. For the cure of rheumatic penis, colic, bruises, spreius, spinal disease, nereons headache, pains in tne joints, and immediate and permanent relief guaranteed. Sold in bottlea, 75 eta each. THE PARISIAN ALTERATIVE MIXTURE. For the cure of all caaes ol a delicate discaee, or for twins in the bones, eruptions, sore throat, or any other distressing symptoms, produced by an injudicious use of mercuty, ?r by qusccery. Sold in bottles at SI and t'i each. THE AMERICAN ANTIBILOUS CATHARTIC PILL, For the cure of all derangements of the liver, purifying tin hoot ..?< ,tino the whole slimentarv canal to keallhv action. ud giving new vigor to the vital powm. This medicine if utirely superceding the drastic purgatives id' the nostrum ndtn. THE FEMALE RESTORATIVE FILL. For the cure of those complaints peculiar to the female srs, and to restore and preser\e the regular action of the female organs, with lull directioiu and cautions as louse, and sold in si!TS91t8r (loorbi's hll. Foe tlse care of eulaneooi erupCtooa, gout, chronic rhenma Usm, sod to improve the tone or the digestive organs. TOE FRENCH ANTIPHLOGISTIC MIXTURE. Guaranteed to are gonorrhoea. gleet, and all muco|iuruh-nl discharges from the urethra. Bold in bottles at 40 cruts and 1 each. THE PAPILLARY HEALING POWDER,. Forthecureof sore nipples, and superficial excoriations of the skin. Sold in closely slojlt phials at 40 cents each. The above preparations may alao be had of the following tab-agents in this city:? J. W. Basset, 644 Jrcadway. Dr. E. M. Ouion, 1X7 Bowery. Dr. King,l|g7 Hudson street. Etiaa L.Tlieall, 440 Grand street. Wm. Armstrong, 164 Fulton street, BrooklynPrincipal office of the College far New York, at 97 Nassau street. au2? 3mr By ^Wl 8.RICHARPSON, Agent BRISTOL'S SARSAPAR.1LLA. MANUFACTURED and sold by the proprietor, c. c. BRISTOL, Buffalo, and for sale by his Agent. WILLIAM BURGEm, Wholesale Diuggist, Nos. 40 an 42 Cortlandt at. and 188 Greenwich at, and by the principal Diuggista throughout the Union. This preparation has now been before the rublic abont seven years, during which lime its reputation has been st-adily and rapidly advancing, until its present and deserved celebrity has keen attained?nor is it stationary at even this altitude of estimation, as th' evideuce of each succeeding day clearly evinces. Many of the first Physicians in the ccnutrv have voluntarily borne witnesa to ita superior efficacy of value, as their written certificates, now in the |iossession of the proprietor, will show. Testimoni ils almost innumerable, from persons who Itave been benefitted by its use, or have seen its medicinal virtues tested by their friends, are also in possession of Mr. Bristol, which prove how inauy, how various, md how extreme have been the instances in which, by ils operation the sick and the almost despairing have been restored to health mil happines . BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA ia a rare and invalnible combination ef vegetable remedies of established medical value, and from ita peculiar |iro|ierties it almost infallible in all complaiuta that arise irom impurities of the blood, from the morbid action r I the absorbent and glandular s> stems, from cousin i loual idiosyncracies, heieditary predisposition, an I ii general all chrome and long standing infirmities and irregularities or the human frame. To enumerate all uie aiaeaies in which it ha* been found t* be a sovereign remedy, would be to make thu notice much too lengthy, ami we can only here suggest 10 the reader the ralue and importance of this preparation, and refer him to advertisements in tne public papers for more detailed intelligence respecting its efficacy, in nearly all cases ol complaint except those of the most ordinary oreuilemic and epidemic character. The proprietoi desires only to have attrnliou generally directed to this artiele, confident that its rare virtues only ueed be known to be appreciated; that it will stand the test ofanv trial, and that increased usefulness, and added |>o|>ularitr, must be the direct result of its more extended acquaintance. Among the numerous lelten daily received by the proprietoi of Brist ?<8arsa|>arlla, the following is selected, merely to show ho . hisar* le is regarded: and the increasing demind for this iui aluablc edicine by the drslera in this city, as the application comes roin the well known house of A. B. It D. sands, Druggists, of this city, who have since advertised their own eriirle to the whole world, shows conclusively that the article is all it puniorts to be. (COPY.) Nrw Youi, April 20, 1(12. Ma. C.C. Bristol, Buffalo, N. Y. s? Deau Sir? We have been selling during the year past considerab'e quantises of your Extract of Sarvaparills, and thiuk from the account we hear of its virtues from those who have used it, thai the sale in this city may be much increased bv paying it mora attention in advertising. Our arrangements are such with tin different papers that we can hare advertisements luserted 01 mueh better terms than most others pa and more conspicuously If yon would like to make an arrangement with us lor si lliiq ii more extensively, we think it could be made of nrucn advaut age to us both. We have now four different stores, three o them in the best location iu the city for retailing, and one fn wholeaaleiug, and oar facilities are saeh as will enable us to dia pose of more of it, perhaps, than any other house. We shall t* niach pleased to hear from you ou this subject, or if you visi New York in the coarse of s month or so, to see you at ours ton 78 rultoo street. Yours, very respectfully. Ifi.kD. SANDS. OPINIONS FROM MEDICAL GENTLEMEN. Buffalo, Aug. 12, 1877. We are acquainted with the preparation of Sarsajuirllla, ma nufactnred by C. C. Bristol, and having made use of it aaore o: Irss in onr psactice, believe it to contain the ac ive principle o Saraaparilla, in a highly concentrated form, andaa a preparalioi we estrem it as one of the best we have ever m?' with. J TROWBrtlDOE. M D CYRKNIUS CHAP1N.MD CMAS WINNE, MD MOSES BRISTOL. M D JOSUH BARNES MD J E MARSHALL. MD J 2. HAWLEY, M D AS 8t'R4Ql)E, M D A MII i m M n PI. HARRIS M D H R STAliG. From Doc ton Wells and Cheney, resident Physicians at Canaadaigua:? CmiiDAiaVA, Dee. >7, 1(31. We have frequently prescribed Mr. C C Bristol's prep its tint of Sarsaparilla, in oar practice, end have always found it to answer an excellent purpoee in caiea where 8ar*a(>arilla wax ap plicable. Our knowledge of the article hai not hern limited and we can freely say that ia the beat preparation of Sarsaparill' we hare ere, uaed. RICHARD WELLS. M D. E W CHEKNY, M D. The following extract of a letter from Dr. J. A. Hyde, one oi the oldest and moslrespectable practitioners in the western sec tion, is given : Yocnostown, June II, 1S3S. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Dear Sir: I am nearly out of Saraaparillt again, and, if you please, you may send me two dozen bottles by stage or cars, directed to me at this place. I have frequently Ttescribed your Compound Fluid Extraci of Sarsaparilla for a few years past, with much advantage, it chronic diseases, especially in Scrofuia and obstinate cutaneoiu a lire turns, attended with scrofulous habit. Also, in secondary syphilis; and in chronic general debility, from almost any cause It generally proves useful. I think your Fluid Extract the besi preparation of Sarsanarilla I ever used. With much respect, yours, truly, J. A. HYDE. From Docts. Hoyt It May Pslmtiis, July i, 1(41. Mr. C. C. Bristol?Sir : We have used your Extract of Sar sapanlta in our practice, and for diseases arising from au im pure state of the blood, and as a general renovator of the systen we estecc, it as the best article uow in use. D. D. HOYT. M. D. WM. MAY. M. D. From Dr. A. Miller' Roxu, July 14, 1(41. I sui acquainted with the preiaration of Sarsaparilla manufactured by C. C. Bristol, of Buffalo, and having made use of I in my practice, believe it to contain the active principle of Sar saparil'a in a highly concentrated form, and as a preparation, esteem it as the best 1 have ever met with. A. MILLER, M. D. From Dr. S. C. Noyes: Collins. Erie Co., Jnly i, 1(41. I have been scqnainted with Bristol's Sarsaparilla for a nam her of years, tnd have very frequently prescribed it iu my prae tice, and have luvariably found it U> answer the desirrd effect I consider the reputation of the article established, and when the genuine can be obtainrd, I have no hesitation in saying tha a trial of iu virtues will sustain my opinion. S. C. NOYES. M. D. From Dr. A. P. Curtis : Attica, Uvuesee Co., July 3, 1(41. I have frequently prescribed Bristol's Sarsaparilla iu my prac tice, and have no hesitation iu rscommcudiug it as an articli possessing all of the active principle of Sarsaparilla, and as i pieparation, I think it the best one I here evei met with. A. P. CURTIS. M. D, Oswroo, MayS, IS41. We certify that we attended Julia Ann Van Dooaer dnrini her sickness, and we hare no hesitation in saying that her reco eery may be attributed to the nae of B> istol's SarMiwilla. P. H. HARD. M. D. II. K. THURb&R, M. D. (Astatemeit of the above ease may be seen by ca ling 01 Mr. WM. BURGER, JO Courtlandtst-i Daaitrr, Jnly 2, 1841. We, the undersigned, physicians, residing in Darieu and Ben niugtun, having treated Mr. E. Cross doling his illness, know the above statement of his c ue to be tru- in all iwrticnlars, ant we have uol the least hesitation in ascribing hit cure to the use ad Bristol's Sarssimrills. Indeed, we are aaanred that this me dkiue was the means of entirely arresting and eiadicating tht disease. IRA f,ROS8, M D. ERA8TUS CROSS, M. D. Dafticn, Jtri.T 2, 1841. We, the anderaigocd. are particularly acquainted with Mr E. Cross, and are In'ly acqaanite I with the facta as drawn a| in the a 'ove sUteineu', which we oelieve to be correct in at reapecta, ami we aie assured that it waa was through the agene) ol Bnstol's Sarsvpenlla th t his cure was t ff< Cted STEPHEN KINO, P.M. Dsnen >ntre. JONATHA n DUflKEC, Juatieeof the Peace. HIRAM H. CHAI'IN. 1 ALANSON h'lSHKR, Justice of the Teaee. H. P. HUTCHINSON. J. H. KLAOLER. i ... , . Altow, January IT, 1812. !,"*/* been lately the physician to Mr. Mayuard, and wai called to see him daring his Alness, some time in the month o Aagust or Wept embe r lest, and I must say I was much sur prisedland astonished to sea Mra. Maynard officiating as unrse and attending to Ins wants while he was sick. 1 "u" OD*-}"> ? I was convrrsajil with but never pre "I" Procide at la, and for the moat part of aevei or ?fint ye art the had brrn nblivrdto be conveyed about thi house>andI nursed ina,era.,!, eona.ructed or the imrnos. Un , 7,'i. k'T j 1** of BrMt<>l's Sanape.illa Iter diseasi . fwbh n, ol 1 T*" 'r"l"">I,y called t. conau t with Dr (ls.il in her ease, but the disease had assume! such a form that my opinion was, that medicine would have m effect in prouncing aeire. 1 am perfectly convoked that her recovery is entiiele at tribntahle to the useot Bristol's Sarsaparil'a JOHN M. HARRINGTON, M. D. ... ,. .. *M?*i January 17, 1242. I have been one of the attending phyareiane of Mra. Maynari for eight years past. Her disease was ProUprut Vltri of ai aggravated character, an. resisted all the agents laid down ii onr moat eminent anthois. In addition to remedial agents re commended, I preacribei various instruments to no effect am clearly uftnc opinio i that hei core may be attributed to th< ate of Bristol's Sarsaparilla. OROVE C. GAGE. M. D. .... Jannarr 17,1M2. Wa hava been a equal ifed With the cireumatanrea of Mra Maynard*a sickoeaa for eignt yea/a past, have always under W ' YO YORK. SATURDAY MORI stood iirr case *1 be ing t eyond the reach of medicine, and have beeu surpnsed witlrii the past year to see her about, and we are assmed llisl her ret ove Ai? ttribulable entirely to lire ? Sir of Bristol's S rsrparill . Wi in In tint ae.|uaiu'ed with I re fart, tint lor five yer r> of the- time of her noncu, she 1 wu obliged to he c >uvrye < from oue place to another in the arms of her husband, and if fact, wliea she wu moved it all. 1 JOSEPH FAiEM AN .Judge Erie Co.C.PIeu. J MORA' E Si ANLEY, Justice of the Peace. st H. LITCHFl !.D. Postmuter. at DEXTER ELL, Supervisor. t> 8. H. BL'TLEK. H I. P. JACOBS. ci JOHN E8TABROOK8. ci A history of 'he above cues may be teen hy calling ai above. tn [From the Buffalo Commercial Advrrtirer, Nov. 6, III' ] oi Aiv ExTRAOtDi.eanv Cast.?The article below it from tlie u pen of one of our most intelligent medical ineu. whoae state- n ments are entitled to the fullest confidence. The case he details it really a r marltablc one, and might well have been supposed beyond the power of imdicine. Satement of the Physician who visited the Patient in person,- r and who was .t the time one of the Editors of lire Comraer cial Advertiser. ' frit is rare indeed that fallen humanity it made to experience " from the hand of Providence so much severe and protracted suf- . frring, and such calamitous and shockiug mutilation, at hu fallen to the lot of James Wycaoff, a 1 -d 15 yens of age, now 1 living in tha town of Clarence in this county. James is the son of a farmer, tin- offtnnng of healthy and rr- c potable parents, who have a numerous Umily of robuat child- " ren. Without any auignable cause, he wu suddenly deprived c of the sense of hearing some ten years since, which was soon 1 followed hy what wu probably an attack of the dry gangrene. 1 This rapidly det royea first tne palate, the bones of lire roof of . the month, and then a considnable portion of the upper jaw, " upper lip, and the wh de.ol the uoae, both bonrs and cartifege, u well as integuments,. It would be difficult to imagine in 0 what way a more unsightly deformity could be impressed upon the 'human face divine.' Thu frightlul disease erased it* rav a- * gt s on the lace alter Ntml montl s, to renew them attain iu other parts of the system with greater and mote deatructive I' sev ritv. Some two yeara ago, a " black spot,"?as tha intelligent mo- t ther of litis most unfortunate ch'ld told the writer ol" this?was observed under the nail of each big toe. This ominous appear- f ancewas the precursor of a second attack of gangrene, which gradually exit tided ort reach foot and leg to within four inches ? of the kne?. A separation then t.vok place, and in due course c ol time both limbs dropied off The hn ters of the right hand f were then attacked by this consuming malady, which extended i to within a few inches of the shoulder, and at length the right t arm tell to the ground like the dead branch of a liring t.ee. The . disease thru showed itself at the rllww of thr left arm, and on * the left shoulder, producing extensive oxloliation of the bones, ' The integuments of the tight side, near the ce-nire of the i libs, and of the right eye, Were also affected with the same , destro> ing complaint in its incipient stages. ' On examining the boy, who, not withstanding he is deaf and t ir.ute, is really lulelligrut and sprightly, iht greatest marvel to t us was, hrw it was imssible for a cousiitulion to very feeble and lifeless, that the system was rapidly falling to pieces from t the death of its pans, could, win n reduced to a mere/ragman.' ef huraarfity, hold out, and prolong for years a miserable existence. Strange as it may set m, we found this piece of a child sitting at the uimat-r table with tlie rrat of the family, and leediug himself with meat, jiotatoes, bread, and Uie like, witn an ' t\ id til rt lish of the hesity meal. Ills stumps of limbs, wl.ieli J lately presented a hideous ruaat of eating ulceia, are now hi alin;: over kindly, and nothing hut the scars are left o tell thr < injur)' done to the left shoulder, aud the purls that surround the < righteje, the lower jaw, and the fragments of cars still grow- ' ing on the head the appearauca of which we shall not attempt to descri- e. 1 The certain check given to this terrible spreading and hope- I less malady?the removal of the intense protracted pains ever 1 excited by irritable fungeoua tleah coum t ted with dead animal matter?the quirt sleep, increased strength, and stable eonva- 1 lesrnce so mtnifest in tlie person of James?were all, and doubtlea justly, attributed bv his mother tothe exclusive "?e, for the last six weeks of regul ir portions of Mr. C. C. BRISTOL'S SAKSAPARlLLA. Those who have W'tuessed the truly auspicious, and moat unexpected effects of this metliciue i in this very extraordinary case, are u auimoua. in the opiuiou that had it been early administered wheu ttte disease was com|taratively small an ) feeble, and the coiutitution souud and , vigorous, it could not have failed to promt one of the greatest , calamities that can bef I a human being. , Cehtis-h atk or Uf.x. M*rnFtr.i.n. I MR. C. C. BRISTOL?I have been acquainted with Peter i Wycketf for more than twenty years, and have known his sou James from his infancy to this day, and I do hereby certify than the facts set forth in the above, from the Commercial Advertiser, are correct. ORANOE MANSFIELD, P. M., Nov. 26th, lift. North Clarence, Erie Co. < Bloomficld, Oakland Co., Mn., July 21, 1211 I Messrs. John Owen Si Co., Detroit: Oeut.?Some nine in the ye?r 1813, I was attacked with what was called by some of my attending nhvsirians, the King's Evil. I immediately applied tn ii Dr. 1 liomtiifiii. w ho aaiii it inuftt hp cut nul*. I then am.ltei] to another physician who ordered blistering. During my sickness 1 employed eight different physicians, and bv one I was advised to have my arm amputated, which 1 declined. I* the year *Vt mortification a t in, when I applied to a root doclor, who appeared to help it some. In that year I sold a span ol horses and two cows, and spent the whole of it, say $130, whieh only served to keep it back. I have used almost every thing I could hear of, without any great benctit. In July last, a cure waa attempted by a person who, like all others, failed. The expense of all this has been at least $300. From about four inches below the shoulder, to about the middle of the fore arm, there have b en at least twru y holes, many of them as large as a silver dollar, aud half an inch deep, lu February, 1842, I accidentally came across a wrapper from a bottle of Bristol's StrsapariMa, and made up my mind to try the medicine. On the 13th day of that month, 1 coinim need using it, and used a bottle a week for two or three mouths,when I found myself to all appearauce completely cured. At any ra.e, since that time I have not felt auv pain from it. No tores have appeared, and it seeuis perfectly sound, and 1 can labor with it t as Well aswith ihe other arm. I am a? well satisfied of its sui perionty oVer every lliiug cl-e that I have tried, thai I most > earnestly recommend any person to begin us og it immediately , who may be similarly afflicted. Y urs. truly, WeLLlX-M I'bARSALL. Persons who have auy doubts of the efficacy of tliia medicine, f are luvilrd to call an any of the following City References ber fore purchasing the article , John Giles, 301 Pt arl street. . Thomas Hogau, 208 Stanton street t William W. Randolph, 373 Fourth street i Llovd Bryant, No. 1 ATenne C. Win H. Slinemcts,99 Cedar street Mr. Johnson. 2o James street William Stebbina, corner of Rivington and Ridge its. Ric' ard Smith. 82 Clinton street Robert H. Gordon, 13 Oiange street Mrs. A. Hodge, 39 Ridge st set William Wihon, M Lewis street M. Vandewater, 314 Madison street 1 Lemuel Lelaud, 88 Hudson street I. G. Reed, 143 Fulton street, Brooklyn Mrs. Ward, 88 Bayard street J. W. Henderson, ft Grand street James McGill, 338 Grand street H. B. Koapp, 21 Avenue B?house 304 Fourth street . John Culver, 191 Stanton street. O- I do not wian any one to purchase this medicine until they fully satisfy themselves that all that it said of it is true ; if, therefore, they will uke ihe trouble to call on Mr. Burger, 30 Courtlandt strert, or at Milhau's 183 Broadway, they ran e x> amine substantiated testimony in addition to the above, which will prove conclusively that the article is what it purports to be. C.C. BRISTOL. Cactio*.?As the fame of this wonderful medicine extends, > numerous preparations are springing up to reap a |*rt of its reputation. The afflicted therefore should be careful, il they wish the true article, to esk for Bristol's, and see that the wntiTTc.u siguature of C. C Bristol is across the cork of the f bottle. For sale by reputable Druggists and Agents throughout the couu ry. ' William Burger, Wholesale Agent, 50 Courtlandt street, and 188 Greenwich street, and at retail at the fallowing places: Milhau's Pharmacy, 183 Broadway ; Rushton and Aspinwall, 1 110 Broadway, 86 Wiillsm street, and 10 Astor House; James ' 8yme, M. U.,63 Howfry, ; Kobert Lrggett, M. JLI., 17 Avenue ' D. j B. Qnackenbtuh, 709 Qteenwich street, snd A. Hill, 108 Greenwich it. *11 lmr* ; EAU DE BEAUTE, GOURAUD'8 EAU DE BEAUTE, or True Wkter of Beauty, for eiterininsting Tan, Redness, Sallown at, Pimples, Frrcklra, Mophew, Burns, Biolcliea, and all cutaneous eruptions?for realizing delicate white necks, hums, and arms, and eliciting a hral'.hy juvenile bloat , stands uni rivalled. Its soothing and healing properties in all roughness and harshness of the skin?especially in alia) ing the irritability after sharing, is bevo d compare. Am. nc trie ?warms nt trashy preparations and rile coini>ounds forced into notice by parasitical pop-gun puffs, Gouraud's 8am Lotion has unobtrusively crept its war slowly but surely and steadily iuto public favor throughout the United Hutet. This article la not recommendI ed for its " c lie spin as" (its price being tl per bottle, though at this cost it is infinitely cheaper thin the vile stuff spread daily [ before the public, even it the cost were one shilling or one cent.) Such cheap remedies or Mineral Astringents being not only inadequate to the object! contemplated, but by their repedant ac ion, positively injurious to health. GOURAUD'S WATER OK BEAUTY recommends itself by its combined efficacy, harmlessnuss of action, and rel'rcahirg fragrance. A Krench lady writing to the proprietor, says? .Mods. Gourand?'Tis but an act of justice that I should spontaneously give you my unqualified testimonial of ihe unltt ed efficacy, innocence, and frjutrunce of yonr preparation for K tiffing and cleansing the skin. By its use everv pontile and ckle have vanished from my lace You should Mon Ap>t, as it is so sovereign and charming a remedy for scattering all blemishes from our faces, call it Tes delires des dames. En uu mot, je sui< euchantc de le rosmcttquc et je en vuus retnerciv de tout mon rnenr. i EMILIE DE8MOULF.V8. Pension Frantaia, Greenwich street." ' I have vour Esit de Besute in use?it is an adiniraule article, and f shall recommend it " 8. F. PHILLIPS. Philadelphia. 1 " I hare had several catle for j oar wash, for freckles, Ac. A lady Heine here bought a bottle of ton, and sai l it had the desired effect." ALEX. GUTHRIE, No. 4 Suiiwis Hall, Albany. " I chegrfully hear testimony to the efficacy and perfect 1 innocence of-oar Fan de B?autr;ia ia decidedly a ealnable cosmetic. 1 cannot consent that eon publish my n ime." T? e aboee ia from a lady in Le Hoy Dace. ' " De?r Sir?Hanog had a eery fteorable opportunity yeater, day evening for expatiating on the meriia of yonr Eau de Beaaite, and showing the effects it produced on my hands, a young lady requested that I would procure her a bottle of it. Pleaae tend one rer bearer." ' JOSEPH M . Broadway. So strong is the proprietor's conviction of the entire efficacy of the above invaluable pre pa ation in rcaliainc ail that it profess at to accomplish, that any disatistied purchaser can receive his or her money back, if requested. To be had only at Di. U V r.icluiive Office, #7 Walker at., I one door from Broadway, at 9l |ier bottle, and of the following Agents Albany, Guthrie, 4 Maiden Lane; Ooshsn, Elliott; rh ladelphia, Mrs Brown,7S Chrsnut street; B Ifimore, Seth Hance, Pntt at; Washington, Helhy I a.kei ,'Alriaudrin, C C Berry; H irifonl, Wells it Humphrey; Boston, Jordan, 2 Milk street; Noiwich, W Faulkner;Lowell, Carleton: 8>lem, Ives; New

Haven, E Myers; Providence, Dyer, Jr.. Cinciunatti, Thomas, Main street, and othrra throughout the U. Slates. Gouraud't P.unlre Subfile, for completely and permanently eradicating superfluous hair, f I per Uittle. \ OnnraniPs Liquid Vegetable Rouge, M cents per bottle. ' Gonrsud's Blanc Dtdfane, irrqaru a pure life whitcnrai to skin, free fr >m th> drleteiions principles geaerally entering ' intocnmbinetion for this pnr|?ose, 13 cents per hot. s!7 Im r : FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. MR. J. B. JACqUEvlOD, manufecmrer and im|>orter of French Arttlicia Flowers 63 Lia|?nard srrvet near Broad ! wit. has just received by Havre packet Sully, Duclo.s d'Orleans, and lovsa, a large assortment'of superior and fash _ ionahlr Mowers and feathers, of the latest Parisian styles s9 1m*ec 1 OVE, COUHTsHlFAND MAHRIAUE.-Jusl publishy J-4 ed, Beci lards Phrsielogoical Myst#rirs and Revelations in Love, Courtship and Marriage, ail infallible guide-book for married and single persons, in matters of the utmost importance to tiie human r'ee. j Amongst the things dnly considered in this work ire?Causes , of an I cures lor barrenness ; Offspring, with modes for preven, tion and inrraase ; T e arts of beauty and courtship; The danger of solitary practices, a.id how the habit ratv bo removed j and its effects cured ; The causes of Love of Jeaionsv, with a , remedy for eradicating from the mind ilie seeds ol a hopeless, or an unhappy passion, Ac Ac. Translated Irom the third Parts edition, by Philip M. Howard. For aale at 102 Nassau Jrioe 73 cents Orders from theeouutry, enclosing a dollar; directed to HOLLAND A GLOVER. New York cfty, will secure the work hemg aent to any part of the United States. il4-lna+r RE t NIJVG, SEPTEMBER 24, MISCELLANEOUS. = IOUSE OF REFRESHMENT. N.. II ANN STREET. PHE Proprietor of this establishment continues, u heretoI lore, In supply liia customers with the delicacies of the sea- . in, served up tu the best inauuer. The quality of the lands, J id his ?ery moderate cliarges, are evident from the Battering . oronage which the public are pleased daily to award him. . lis effo. ts -hall be, as they lv\ve heretofore been, to merit its iiilinuance, aud to secure to his hoase Uiat reputation fores ifleuee aud ac omtnoil iti .n winch it liar lor so long ? time laiuUinr". As the proprietor is no longer conn cted with any i iher establishment, lie will pay his sole and undivided atteuon to the best interests of till house, and spare no pains for the laintanauce of its well-earned reimtatiou. sit Im'r ' SHAKSPEARE, U Park Row, and 3 Ann street. I r[E SUBSCRIBER begs to retu n his best thanks to j his numerous friends, for the kind and liberal encourage lent they hare g.ten liiin since he re-ope lied the above stab'ishmenl; he assures them and the public ill general, aal he will continue to use every eiertiou to metit their pa i The Larder will be always supplied with the choicest delircics of the lesfin, which will be serve d up in a superior maner, at prices in accordance with the times. * The Bar will be stocked with wines, liuuors, draught and t Scotch ales, London jiortcr, aud segara ; all of lite very best | uality' , Breakfasts, dinners, teas, and suppers, at all reasonable nil -m. t Hoi dishes, soups, &c., on hand every day, between the hours if 1 inil J P. vl. , OYSTERS?The very besl that can be procured, in every 'Suitable notice being given, ANY DISH whatever can be irocured. ] Private rooms, for the accommodation of dinner ind sapiier art in. tUWAHl) WINUL'ST/ s!3 2taw is 4w*r rKKHAPlN LUNCH.?tiounnonde' Uui Vive! Ttiou- ' sand* of our good cits, lovers of good fire, have been lor ome weeks |>ast Suffering severe disappointment from the losing of the far-l'sined " Terrapin Lunch.'' The " fitful ev.r. is now, however, over, and agaiu may they "feed * 11, for be it know tint the John Adams, of Kuickeibock- 1 ir memory , "hangs his hat" un at the Tempiu ; also the proirietor, one of thv finest little fellows in Christendom, y'clept 1 IV J Carr. Now, then, smack your tipsy- cormorants ill the ' 1" irtle Soup and steak line, the mantle of 'Sandy * has fallen ipon John, to perfection, in good eating ami drinking may he i igain guaranteed at the Terrapin. A single look into the old ore Bos," will appease the hunger of him with the short turse, and a taste of the genuine at half the old prices will 1 .ickle the palate of the veriest anchorite. fine ttrveu Turtle served up this day, and every day during he season. ** linfr EPICURES! EPICURES! EPICURES! T^HE Subscriber, formerly known as one of (he turn of Blew 1 and .Ten Eyes, of No. 6 Broad street, having opened a rouse No. 664 Broadway a few doors below Nibio's Garden, where he siill cont'uues to serve up all the Delicacies of the Season, vis? Game. Poultry, Kith, 8tc &c., together with his celebrated Mill Pond. Shrewsbury and all choice Oysters fresh jr pickled, whichobtained the premium at the last Annual Fault N l bio's. Haviug fitted uji a saloon unequalled in tbe citv, where gentlemen and their families visiting Nihlo's, can, with the greatest propriety, hnve served up to their comfort and satisfaction,such rclieshinenU as they may call for on reasonable terms. N. B.?Clubs and Private Parties wishing rooms, can oe accommodated aa above, by s7 Im'r JOSEPH PEN EYCK. ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AND GOOD LIVING. 'T'HE undersigned has, at a great expense, fitted up oue of the 1 largest and in oat splendid Colfee and Eating Houses in New York, ia which one hundred persons at least can sit down to au excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner, and tea, [from the choicest aup|>lies of the markets, with a bill of fare not ei celled either as regards quality or number of dishes] by any hotel in the United States, and varying in priees from six cents to one shilling aud eighteen |>ence |ier dish. The purest Java and Mocks coffee and the very best teas, and served at only three seals per cup. Aud all other refreshments iu proportion. The waiters are uniformly civil aud polite, and every visitor may be assured of feeling in this establishment quite at home." Id fact, every deparlmeut of the business is under the superintendence of comiieteul overseers, whose sole care aud attention are directed to the comfort and conveniences of customers and guests. HENRY GOSLING, Proprietor of the French an<l American Eating House, Nos 64 auJ 66 Nassau at, bctweeu Jehu at and Maiden Lane. P. S.~Open Suudals tor hreakl'asl. dineer and tes ieia 1-nt FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND MATERIALS FOR FLORISTS. BRUN LA ROSIERE COURT, 116 William street? The only (licensor of Uruti L. Home re It Co. a: Paris, lure j utl received, by the Havre Pick. t 8 iijis Silfie de Orasse oid the Sully, a Urge assortment of 8u|>erior and Fashionable Flowers, of tile latest Parisian styles. No. 116 WilliSiB street is tne true and only depot of those superior articles from their manufactory iu Paris, Hue de Tracy No. 6. The above firm has been lately declared by decreet of the Tribunal <le Commerce and the Cour Royal, at Pat is, to be the only legitimate successor of the firm of Bran la Rosiere It Co., of Paris. sJ lm*r V1CTOR1NE It CO.?Will commence business at their establishment, No. 396 Broadway, up suurs.?Mad'lle VICTORINE, whose name has become so popular from us frequent mention ill the Parisian Journals of Fashion, aud whose house at Taris was the rendezvous of the fashionable woild, has the honor to aliuounce to the ladies of New York, that she will on Tuesday nest,the 20th of September, open her establishment for the sale of French Fashions, consisting of Cloaks, Shawls, M oit. lettcs, Aprons, lists. Caps, Head Dresses, and Fancy Parisian Articles. The corrctjmudcnti of Mad'lle Victorme will keep her com stantiv suiqilird wkh the very latest Fashions. Two skilful French workwomeusre always in attendance. 17 ltn*r T(TT1TE LADIES. FASHIONABLE MILLINERY GOODS.?The pronne" trerys, Miss 8 KINO, daughter of the celebrated Carl King, offers tor sale a most select and choice assortment of Millinery (jooiU, for the spring tr.ide. never as yrt presented to the public, both as reganis tne quality and cheapness of the articles The assortment consists of the following :? The celebrated SILK HAT. CALLED CAPOTTK D'ORLEANS, as worn by La Duchesse D'Orleaus, of France, SHED SILK, ENTIRELY NEW AND ORIGINAL STYLE?And Lawn Hats do do?An entire new a yle o Hats called " MODINE CAPOTTES. ELSSLER COTTAGE.*1 Parisianaud English FANCY STRAWS, of the fiuest feature, in great variety. , Trie Proprietress respectfully solicits the ladies to faTor hei with acall, and eiainiue her elegant and varied stock of Mil tinery for themselves, brfore tliey purchase elsewhere, as r will be s great saving to them in price and a great advantage ai regards the variety and quality of the goods. MISS 8. KING, Magazine de Modes, an23 lmr Ti3% Broadway. COX'S FURNISHING STORES, 15 MAIDEN LANE AND 319 BROADWAY. JIl I. COX beg respectfully to inform their friends, and boos-keepers generally, that tliey are now owning a very ezteusive assortment of choice new goods, consisting of Girandoles for candles; Lamps of every description, rich mantel rinek. end Clocks f,?r kitchen use. table and fine Cutlerv. Ja cannery, Plated Warea, Dixon k Son ? Britannia Ware, steel Fire Iron*, block tin Cms, Dish Covers, kc. ke. together ?itli a general assortment ol articles in ilieir line, which they are induced to offer at very low prices for oash. IVraons about to purchase should not omit to call and examine for themselves. A targe assortment of the newly invented "Patent Solar Lam lis," just received. They continue to manufacture Sliver W are in all its variety. N. B. They also beg to inform their fiiends ami the public generally that tb y have opened at 3:1 Broadway, corner of Leonard street, a branch of their establishment, whare any ol the above artir.Us can be had at the sane prices as at 1} Maiden They have for sale, a new article of Polishing Towder, superior to any thing hitherto diccovered for cleaning silver and plated ware, plate glass, he. slO iwr DR. FEUCHTW ANGER'S /"OFFICE, No. I Wall street comer Broadway.?ManufactorL/ er of German isiher in sheet,and faultless castings,of Ar|ue fortis. Muriatic, Nitric and Pyroligneous Acids : or Tin Solutions, extract Logwood, Labarreguit Chloride of Soda, of Lull it Caustic, Prussic Acid; Liver of Sulpher, Iodides of Iron, Lead auff Mercury, Daeurnotype.Chemicals.Elher, Ammonia, Gmnvilley Lotion, Chloride ol Gold, Phosphate ol Soda, fee. Infallible Poisons for Bedbugs, Fleas, Fly Paper,Cockroaches Rsu, Moths, Caterpillars, moscheloev; the com|iouiid chemical Whale Oil, Soap aud Seed Protector; Planus, Palladrine, Goldloil and ffronie, genuine Harlem Gil, imported. Ipakr'S life pills Fia impottiblr to calculate the manj benefit* to the human race which mint result from the discovery of Old Parr's re* cipc. I lie tin- Herbal mraicuir wnicn is cmnpounaru iinm iu direction liu, in thousuids ofcnn, been tried and proved to be the m.ist efficient remedy of the day. Nor is it conuued in its usefulness to the diseases of the poor, for it is souithl by, and found in the medicine cnefta ol the more wealth}- classes of Great Britain and various parts of the continent of Europe. As a family medic.?? it is nneuuallcd, and is all powerful in removing bilious and other complaints .1 ruin* from the derange meul of the ailimentarv duns, and in pnrifyintr the blo<>d. It is certain in the cere of tfie more delicate complaints incident to females, gistefll te the taste, aromatic to the smell, ano at the same time a igcntl" in its operation, yet so effecacious, that uo female oaght to be without so arc at a boon, left them by its venerable discoverer. Old Parr. It has been but a abort time before the public, yet the proprietors have received numerous applications lor 'lie Pills from various parta o'. the United States; and have had gratifying testimonials of their good effects in removing diseases prevalent at this season of the year. To all lh- rrfore who are afflicted and in bad health, we would say go to any of the andermcntioned agents, where the Genuine Parr's Life Pills may be had, vix:? Kushton It Aspinwall, druggists and chemists, M William St., 110 Bro-dway. and 10 Aslor House. Ahrih m Sands k Go fflrugip ts-nd chemists,granite buildings, 273 Broadway, comer ofCh.mbvr st. P Dickie, 413 Broadway, corner of Lispenard st. John B Dodil, druggist, Bros way, comer of Bleecker tt. A VV Sadrau, Bowery Medicine Store,360 Bowery, Byrne..' M aieine Btoie, s.3 Duwery, corner of Walker st. A B Tripler.eor Fnlronand Water sU. Horace Everett, druggist, 367 Greenwich at, next the corner of Franklin st. J k J Goddiiigton, apothecaries, 237 Hudson street, corner of Spring street. E L Cotton, chemist and apothecary. 363 Bleecker it, corner of Jones st. J Wondovcvdruggist and apothecary, 141 Eighth avripie. Brooklyn?Wm Armstroig, seed, diug, and pslenfmedicine warehouse, 164)4 Knltonst. And wholesale, st the proprietor,s offlce, J. ROBERTS k CO., Clarendon Houae, comer of Duane at and Broadway, an31 lm#r _ ___ _ *pO D tfBPKPTICS--Among the number of distingu tailed * gentlemen who nave, from personal eiperience ct|>re??ed themselves in terms of commendation of the effects of Beckwith'* Anti-Dyspeptic Pi I la, Mr. Van Buren. late President of the United States, has,u|>on rrouest,permitted V>e Proprietor to ay, that having been presented bv him some year? ltx*e with a hot of Mi Pills. was induced to take them as a remedy for a disordered stomach? that he has given them a fair trial, and it well satisfied that thev have contributed greatly to the |*rfect reestablishment of hit health. ... The Anti-Dyspeptic Pilia are pat In a superior style, in tin hoies, coutsining forty, with full directions. Price fifty cenu ^ThoJe who require a more active article, are referred to Beckwith's Anii-Bilio?? Fills. P'ice 23 cent* per hoi. A liberal discount made agents, and (hose who buy te sell sg?n. Tob*h,dof H.D.TURNER, Gcnsnl Agent. No 10 John st, nssr Broadway. to whom .11 orders mnsl he sddrvsssd. .... For sals also by J. E. Tnpp., N.wtrk, N. J. st3twl?c IE It A. 1842. MISCELLANEOUS ~~~ The Antl-Ari|gulnr System of Writing. ?. GREAT REDUCTION. ?? H fbom TwiiLVK TO an oollaMs ! l? VIR. BKISTOW til London, rra|wet ful I, lulormt the Ladirr ?ud Gentlemen of New York ami Bro .klyn, tliat bit rlt.trt Day ami Eveuiux. have commencrd /or the ttaton, aud that te liu atctHcru tut Trim, one hair.?to Mil Dollars! Acadicmt No. T.U IIhooawat, rkar I'ahk Place. (Jrmlrinru of all * .. > are |hwiIi><I> uafhlillwalTa laaanna. c> i bold, frtt, exieJitious ami timiliril butincta-likc style ol lb lVritin<,no mattrI una bail, illexlb'e stiff, or crampi d the antiuc utay be. Bee aiiecirneiia at tte do at, 231 Broadway. s< And thi Ladies 1 \ neat aud bandtotne, delicate arid laaliionable Kuoniutc Hand lit Twiitrt East Lessons ! _ 1 tL>~ VISITORS tu New York can take a esurae in Three o1 Dayi!?Mr. B. ia to be seen from 9 to 1 A. M.t or from 4 to I rt P. M. at Evening Claasea from 7 to 9. A BooK-Kacrina . |M Taught on a atiperior method, by double ami tingle entry, . icieutitical|y aud practically. 1 I <N \ I J 1 C 1 C 1 h' STENOGRAPHY. ??' A new system nf the Art ..I Wimug Short-hand, Tor taking J lowu Lectures, Sermons, Trial. at Law, he he., tiughr |ht- ft ectly by Mr. Bri.tow m oue comae ol lessons '. at 231 Broad- ri arav. See a specimen. _ w n. B.?a work of the auihor is presented to every pupil for . heir |>ermaiieur guide. *4 lns'rc 11 V. H. CITY DESPATCH POST a. Pt 1ST OKKICK, New York, 21th July, 1842. a HOURS of Delivery each day, (Saii.laya excepted) at the Upper and Lower Post Offices:? Letter* deposited before l" Half-past 8 o'clock, AMI >; " 12 " " I it 3 " P M I Will be aeot out for de- ic At all ike Station* before > livery at 9 AM, audi 7 o'clock, A M ) and 4 o'clock, f M. ,. 2 " r MJ 'fc Letter* to be lent Free, mail have '*Free Stamp** affiled to them, otherwise three cent* will be col.ected of the |?art> to ai whtun tli-. Irltei is addressed. No moM>y iviu?t be eticloaed in le-teiN unless n istert d dl i ? |?riiu i|?al offices. List* ?'l 'li? nations (at all of which, "free stamps" inay bt purchased at ?2,60 |>er 100, and every inform \liou may be obtaiue*1 on idicailou at toe upi>er or lower nost offices. Stamps issued by n< the late ('ityDes|Mitch Lost will b? received. U is indispensable th that the uumtx r of the rt sidtuce should be staled in ad le't, rs nm thromth this Pn?i. *J The Post Mister solicits the earliest inioriuation should any irregularities occur. JOHN LOHI.viKU (JRAI1AM P1 au28 ly ec 1'ost M^ter. c< the""""two greatest inventions of ei the age. p, KENNEDY'S ! compound vegetable preparation. ,, L'OR Tl r tiratmriit and preservation ol the Hair; the oul> ., | infallible preservative against balducaa. and a certain cure for all disease, of the scalp, such as damlruIf, plica potnica, he. he. he., including all cuiaueous affections. This article ia prepared wit It great car< by the inveutor aud |iri>|)rietor himself, n altera study of ten yt ar?, duriint which hi* time haa beeu al- n tnoat exclusively devoted to the |>eifectiiiu of this incomparable | article for the benefit of the growth and beauty of the Ilatr. lu . the mean time, many nostrum, intruded for the same purpose, have arisen *iid died, while this rejoices in tl>e full vigor of manhood?and is ileslsui d to live as long .is a fine head of heir ia duly prized or its cleanliness and beauty adrnited. Let those ai who naie these desires but give it a single tiial aud he has uo pi fears for the result. It only requires to be known to be anpre- jj riated, aurl when so ap reciateu the propnet Jr eipecisto obtain e his reward from a disceiniuij public, and asks it uotbefore?he is not afraid of getting out of patience. Nearly five huud.ed certificates, testifying to its virtues, in T all cases for w ich it is inleudrd to be used, from the most u highly respectable individuals in various parts in the United p, States, the Catiadas, he., can he seen at the office of the iuveu lor ami inauuidciurcr, :>(>. i rnie itrct i, *xew 10m. INVENTION NO. 2. The second iuvriitioii of modern limn, to which we would respectfully call attention, is KENNEDY S CELEBRATED PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE. the lint ever in- c vented in tlna country. 1 hit article, a? can be tealified to by a a larce number of oral and verbal recommendations, is au|*-rior to any thing of the kind im|>orted from anv part of the world, n tnd is rapiifiv su|ierc ding all oilier nostrums foi changing the g color ol the hair and w Inner. to a beautiful dark brown, or irl black, from tl leu, red, grey, or other objectionable color, iu a 11 single application, without affecting ihe akin. The above Hair Dye was exhibited at the Fair of the Ameri- d can Institute, held at Niblo's Uardeo, and recei.ed the fmt |>re- > mium, as being su|>eri<ir to iny other exhibited. It m'ybeob- 0 tained at the hill.'Winn places Bailey, Ward fc Co. Maiden e Line; Leary > Co, Aslor llouac; 63 Bowery, comer Walker; 338 Bowery corner Bond street; Tiffany, Gourd k Ellis, 239 Broadway, and at tne manufactory, No. 1 Pine street, New a York. . au30 lm*r GEORGE KENNEDY. * THE CRYSTAL, ? CORNER OF WALL BROAD STREET n Ye Couoiseursand Epicures who throne the " Money" street, When you are dry, stop in and try, the ' block" that there you'll meet; , We'll do our brat, to stand the test, with any house in town, ' And wli le we do, we look to you, lor some share of renown. rpHE Proprietors of the above establishment will take a pride a in redeeming the shove pledite. and tliev will permit no ar- ( t cle hut the very Ileal to appear on the bjr. A choice Lunch < can also he found daily. an'44 lm*r C H IN A, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE. 8 ASTOK HuUSK [FRENCH Porcelain Dinner Services, 113 pieces, 923 00 " While Granite, do do 112 do 13 00 Frenchor E utlish Porcelain Tea Seta, II do 4 On Dinner Plates. Freuch Porcelain, per J oxen, 1 yi Do do Granite, blue or white, do 1 00 Soup, do French Porcelain, do In Do do Granite, blue or while, do I 00 Tea Cups and Saucers, (24 nieces) French Porcelain, 1 30 Egg Cups, do do 37 I 1 Glass. ' Cut Wines, per dozen, fiom 130 i Do Tumblers, do do 2 00 , Lemonades, handled, do 2 23 , TABLF CUTLEkT. Of the finest descriptions, insets or doxens, at the lowprice ' of $12 the set. Just oiiened , a handsome assortment of Toilet ' Ware. R. SIMPSON. I N- B ? Agent for the sale of Simpson's Ear Comets, for the | relief of deafness. si lm* rc , A NEW & IMPORT A N T IN- ! VENTION FOR THE LADIES. ! MRS. LOVE, Corset Makvr, No. 61 Lisprnard str. et, re- , speclfuliy niforini tki ladies of New York and its vicinities, that -lie has invented a new article for the preaerv ilinn of ' lie health and slreng'h during prefSSMI. This Abdominal 1 Hupp utrr is perfect in its application, in i .g as a support, and ( preventing all stiaiu Ipln the muscles, and the consequent la | turur and rvhauatioii of thd whole system. It will preserve the , form in all its youthful symmetry Nothing that haa ever been . i-'Vei ted offera so many advantages as does this Abdominal Supporter for invigorating the syatem against every accident at- ' lending gealation. Mrs. L. has secured a patent. She begs to refer to the follow ing eminent gentlemen of the Medical Faculty:?Dr. Francis. Dr. Pond, Dr. McDonald, Professor Gillman M D, Professor Parker, M D, A. C. Castle, M D. Dr. Nelson. Dr. Moore, J. W. Francis, M D. J. O. Pond, M D, J.iW. Moore, M. D, J. I M U Country mi rrhints and dealer? supplied wholesale with Corsets, lli-lts, and brscra, on advantaKrnna terms. s Imtr patentl'ke8ekvTTd portable meats and soups. UlTARRANTED to kecpany li-uiith of time in any climate, * vix- lobsters, halibut, sliad, salmon, oy ters, and ciams, href, mutton, vi ,I, du k, cln ken, turkey, beef s-iup, mutton bri ill, rhickrn soup, ox Lsil soup, inock ami *reeu turtle soup, ' trjfrtablit soup, irn ii peas, mushrooms, carrers, turnips, p,r> < snips, tomatoes, milk, sic. fco., manufactured and sold wholesale by WILLIaM MKLLANE, ?4 lm* re g?h| Nassau st 1 HENRIQUES' ; WHOLESALE ANITRETAIL havana and pkincipe s gar store, \ BatxMtisT 31 William Strict, Between Wall and Pine Streets, ell Im*r NEW VORK. 1 E W. HAND, ' exchange broker, ; .21 lm#r No, 2 CAMP STREET. NEW ORLEANS. 1 DOCTOR BELL i Continues to be consulted daily, uutil 10 P. M. confidentially _ i Un ft'l 'rliCAte uittaxfE, m ma |>ri*J?ro nmcM, i \ 4 COKTLANbT STREET. I SECOND Door from Bioadway, with the utmost confidence iu all two ol .a delicate nature, rr>|Utnrv prompt and safe treatment. Bring a ilrgulur Practitioner, patient* inay rely ( U|wn receiving all the attention their cases may demand, with ( an assurance of a aacceiafu! issue, tnaed 0|K>n the ctpcrience of , many year* piofesainnal dnlies. Dr Bell dor* not sdverii** a Specific Drop or Pill for the care of certain diseases?hot rnaraiiter* all that Anatomical, Medical, ami Chemical knowledge can suggest in each caae. Separate office*. Alteudanre till 10 P M. daily. ?? Imfr SUTTON & VANDERBILT J A HE Con*Unity receiving lane supplies of Cloth*, Cammem and Woolh 11* ol every de?cri|>iion,?iiitahle for the * coming seaann, which theyoffir at ntremely reduced price* for ca*h, at their well known Tailoring E?tahli?hment, <20 Broadway, aecond door above Canal at. ... ? Oentlernrn are requested to call and eiaminr their stock b^ fore purchasing elsewhere. a N. B.?Particular attention p?id to boy* clothe*. *tnjin*r ~r HIGH PO. ISH. T EE'S STEAM IMPROVED BI.ACKINU i* now untie' Vervally *dinitlcd 10 he tar annrrior to any yet invented for , it* (leculiarpre*. rvative softening quail ie* to the leather, and \ font* evqutstte brilliant jet black Inaire, properties entirely un- 11 \ B ?For the genuine a'tlele apply to the only Warehouse, No. I John at, comet of Broadway. CHAS. LEE, r ,10 |m?r kotinerly Lee It Thomson. I THE NEW YORK XYLOGRAPHIC PRESS, ! 4A MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. TN THE EXTENT of the varieties in ihts department the 1 proprietor may safely challenge comi<etition with any other ! et'ahlutimeiit in the world, and has un..er his own immedi'te ui|ienniend nee the most skilful Wntkmen, and ail the rrrjutai materials for eiecnting every description of Xylngraphie Engravin; and Prititiug. Original D-signs and Plates of every description riecmed in the first stv e of'he art, and be utifully printed in Bt 'nr." or 1 Fancy Colors. Druggist*. Perfumers, Manufacturers, Orocris 1 and oih< t Labels, c?n?t*till\ on hand, wholesale or retail, and all art clea connected with the trade. Job Printing in evrrv variety of atyle etecuted in the best ' naannvrto order, and on the m?a* reasonable ter"?a. f STEEL PLATE AND COPPERPLATE ENORAVINO ' ANO PRINT1NO 1 Notes, Cheeka, Draila. Bills of Kschange. Certificate* of ? Stock, do Depositr, Blanks or professional, wedding aid visi' I ling Cards, neatly engraved and minted, at si oit notice, and on I the most reasonable term*. Th? lowest possible price t* char I gvd tor all werk done at this establishment. j r , All orders from the country punctually sttsnded So, snd ar j tlrtcs ordered, forwarded to any part of tn* United Sretes, <*v the Canada*. si? lm*r CHAS. SHIELDS, rroinetor. LD Prtr? Two Ccnit Uourt of Common Picas. Before Judge Ingruham. Margaret E. Oakley, ve Manmoulh B- Hart, She, ,tf ? stcrday the Jury returned a sealed verdict inthi* Case, ding lor plaintiff in the value of the silver plan aud ano lone u hich had been levied upon, but replevined, d $40 damages. Count jr Court. Sr.fT. -.13.?The Court met, punuant to notice, to redve the re|K>tt relative to the .pecial Justice* ol Police, le lint Judge (UUhovfTi r) in the chair. Afterthe roll had been c illed and the Hist Judge enquii I as to the pleasuteol the Cour1. ilvTHrn 0. PaiTcatoe, tap roae and st ted that ha uaa repun d to ineke aieport egieaably to the dut) assigned im by the Court at it* lait nieetn g Mr. I'atteiton th> n -ad hisieport, which mate* that Justices M taell I'aiker id Stevens,in three we<k* between -JHth March and l-Jth pnl, 1U4.', caused 70 < onvicla at BUckwel'a Uiaiiu. to s discharged belore the ??: m> to w hich they were at u meed had expired?that they were kept on the I.land II the night of the 11th April, u hen thev were all rought down to the cit\ to vote at the charter eleet.on n the lath April, and that many of them did vote. A* to uatice Merritt he l-ad dis. harged but one persou, a poor dlow who had been tick,end sent to the I.land at hi* awn quest, and liberated by d< sire ol his lather w h. n he got ell?there appeared, therefore, to be no impropriety in le course pursui d by that officer. Accompanying the ri |>ort are articles of imt.eachnu nt gainst Messrs- Matsell, Parker and Steven*. I herbs gi* re two in number, with specification*, in w hich n i* verred that they canard diacbaigc* tu I t- anb -daw <1, >u irniahed a number of warrants in blank, to be filled up V the keeper, or other*, to that they might diachsiga ich at they aaw tit, kc. kc. The chaigcs are ?? ful* wa :? Charge 1?" Corrupt and illrgal conduct w hile in the larhaigeof theii duty ai magistrate!, tending to impair ie purity ol the elective Iranchiae." Charge '2.?" Ofti- lal Mi?coriduct"?[relating to tha ita-dating aud the blank warrant* ] On motion ol Alderman Dsvik* the report wan ac nted. The .Mayob moved that the gentlemen intereited be >titied of the chaigea which had been preferred agaiuat lem. Judge UiiHitrrta remarked that the Court abould bear i mind that the charges had not been aworn to. 1 he 'eaentmrnt of the Grand Jury, an i the report of the >unael apecially delegated for the purpoae, might, howrcr, w arrant the Court in going orr. Aldermen Davis* and Wuodhull thought autttcient recedent existed to that effect iu the caaea of Justice* lnodgood and Merritt. Al lernian Usviaa (after enquiring of Mr. Pot'ersnn rhen he would be ready, who replied any time, but lie lought teii Jay* notice ought to begiven tne Justice* to repare for trial,) moved that thb Court adjourn to 'l ues ay week at 4o'clock The Mayor remarked that four would be an Incouveient hour for aeveral gentlemen preaent, who were loo todeat to apeak for thentaelvea?there were Judgea nglia and Ingraham, and his handaonie friend from the 2th, aa he waa generally called, (Aid. Carman) who raided beyond the thickly aettled part of the city. Judge Inobaham obaerved that if the h?ur was placed t four, he should not he able to attend, as he was gene* llly engaged nearly to that hour That need make no iflerence, however, aa there would be a autlicieut nuai erofmembera preaent without him. It waa finally ordered that the trial l>a pro' eedcd in on 'ueaday, Oct. 4, at 4 o'clock, and that the Clerk give the aual notice to the apecial juaticea alluded to in the tm. L-achment. The Court then adjourned. GeneraU Seaalona. Before Recorder Tallmadge and Judge Lynch. Bipt 23 ?Sentence of Olit Mlen.?M the opening fthe Court Otia Allen waa aent for to be sentenced. Hia ounael endeavored to effect further delay, but waa un* ucceasful. The Raooanaa then aentenced him on the first indict* lent, on which he haa been convicted, to ten yeara iu the late Prison, and on theaecoud for five yeara, making 10 i all. JVt'al of Mr Vtrrtn.?Thia trial waa continued, Madame e la Haye being a witneaa on the atand neatly all day. lOtlliair wa* elicited wnrthv nf lie lee ??e,.|>I a metier. ii the part of the counsel of' Berthalemy, which will he illy noticed at the termination of the tual. The evidence for prosecution closed lastevrning at bout 7 o'clock, aud the defence wai opened by Ogden lot!man, Esq., who in a abort end eloquent apeeeh pointed ut the principal point* of evidence which the) thould itroducetoshow the entire innocence of tbeaceuaed. The Court adjourned at 10 o'clock, to uieet at 11 thi* Minting. Special Meaalons. lefore Recorder Tallmadge, and Aldermen Bonnall, Carman and Croliu*. Sr.ri. i!3.? Adam Diebold wa* lent up for *ix month* or stealing tome remnant* of cloth Iroin II. 8. Bullaiu it 2o., and some bed clothing lrom Sarah Law-on. I'atrick Kitrpatriok lor assaulting a city w atchman named George W. lteed, was sent to the city priaon for 50 days. Janie* Reagan, for assaulting Z. 8 Hawkins, a city wairhinau, and heating hi* w ife, lent to the city priaon foi in day*. Thoma* f'rince, black, sent up for three month* for Mealing an harmoni-on from John Baikmeyer. Isabella Smith, black, lent to the city priiou for 16 day * fot stealing a (ilver watch and a poeket book from Jacob Hail. Mary O'Donnell *eat up for three month*, for violently assaulting another woman with a billet of wood. Jacob Valentine, a boy, charged with dealing a hand cart from Thoma* Boycc, wa* discharged, Edward Donovan for dealing lour umbrelle* from Mi hii. Ten Ey eke A Co., wo* sent up for *ix month*. John Myera, sent up aix nonth* for dealing a piece of uanaburgh from the itore >1 John Nicholion. William Jonea, a wharf rat, dole a waggon tire from a coal waggon driven by JameiEldridge, ent to the city priion for ten day*. Mary Ann Matihew *, itack, recently out of State prison, lent up for six month* or dealing a remnant of flanmd from the dore of Roliert J. Hand. Ceorge Miller dole a cont from Oeorge Wiedeneyer, and we* aent up for three month*. Jam** Reed jets drunk and beat* hi* wife Catharine, and wa* sent up or?ix month* for the seeond time on the some charge. ,\1itheal O'Connor, with a coat and pant* ef many color* and i mouth like a Miiiiasippl catfish, who get* drunk whenever he can get the rum and heat* hi* wife Mary, was sent ip for aix month*. Edward Bennett stole n cap, pair of toats and coat from a drunken sailor, and a* hew** lust out >f State prison he was sent up lor six mutnh* rranci* 3orn who had neen previously convicted of petit laiceny, in a review of the evidence ? a* di*eharged,on the ground hat he had merely committed a ht< ach of tnist and not a larceny. Adjourned to Tueaday next. City Intelligent*. Aaac*T or Kc**ktt sen HiUir.?Officer A. M. C. Smith arrested Oeorge Kenset, the assistant trainer of M*Coy, in Philadelphia, on Thursday, and officer Levin 11. Smith also arrest-d Lewis W. llalsev. aim it is s> sertcd, acted M one of the time keeper* Bt the recent Split. They were brought to thin city on Thurad y evening, and will be conveyed to Fort Plain*, We*tche*(er County, for trial. Kensett arretted in Cheanut ttreet juxt n? he waa leaving hi* boarding houte, and Halaey at hi* own dwelling or boarding houte. Kentett waa alto the tecond af Bell at the light between him and Sullivan. Sentence or On* Ai.lki* Thi* counterfeiter wat tentenced in the Court of Beatioat yeaterday morning to ten year* in the State Priaon on one of the indictment* on which he waa convicted, and Ave year* on the other. Guttee Thieve*.?Yeaterdav morning about Are i'clock, vlr. Charlea Mann, lodging at the Northern Hotel in Courtlandt atreet, waa awakened by a noite in hit bed room, and on looking toward* the window, perceived a nan iaauinr from it. On looking about, he found that hi* watch had been atolen, and giving the alarm, the rogue* were Anally arrea'ed by officer Sweat. Their name* are lonaa Cano'uae and Levi Cde, the latter an old atate priaon jird. A Liberal Man.?Bridget Cunningham and Mary Nolan broke epen the trunk of Mr. John Nolan of 107J Wa*hington atreet, yeaterday, and ahatracted therefrom B1614 M ti in aovcreign*. Officer Sweet arreated the [>artie* and recovered the money, when the liberal and leneroua loner offered him AO cent* lor hi* aervicea ! They were fully committed. Specie Stolen.?John Fallon waa jugged for ateallng worth of apecie, and hill*, from H.-arn Cotton, of 60 ro?? atreet. He chewed up the bill* when he waa caught, hu* depriving the owner of hi* rag money. Blank rapt MM. SOWTHKKI* DISTRICT OF NKW YORK. Ooorge Andrew* and J. C. Lamphear (firm Andrewa It .amnhear, New York,) comptilaorr, on complaint of ilijnh Boardman and Thomaa N. Hooker. Jame? S. Oibbonn, clerk, New York, (late Arm Palmer tOihbona, Phila lelphia.) Burlin Biown, New Ynrk, (lite Arm Brown It Cawley, lohlle.) Joaapn 8. Hison, merchant, New York. I HE SHIELDED VICTORIA SHAWL & DIAPER PIN. A NEW and important article for n*e in .he nnra.ry, and ^ an ? laatenmg to 1 die* aharala, ooak*, lie. Patented in he Unit, d Slate* and in Euro,*. t la rapidly famine faror rhcr. ?*i introduced, and haa become an article which I'will ie to the dvantaae of di alera in fany hardwaia, Ac in the onntry. to aupply them*-Ire* with. For aal? to the tride, tjr Boat of the wnoleaale dealer* in inch anicl,* in the city of * w York. . . Thread and needle atorea tad dealer* ia fancy article*, aajv died on liberal I'rma, at the maon'aetoiy ol the !'*''?' lay atreet. Brooklyn. ,a "" " HOLT'S CANDY, SURPASSING ANY THIN" ?KF,Ji,J-,''i!;,ND'~L*t il ^ artnd upon it* own merit*?ft"*1"' '''."J- , HOI T?A I* ANDY i ii f a r*i utMmn, y by itanwa inerit*) f?" f?" "" "jd.nary cha. ?( ,e,ne.,iea ot ihr mrmil'in'i fi'r , , T. i. recommended bi thpaeanA whe hair. expettenc. d .ta .(gj Icellent effect* a? a aorereinnremaily Tor Conifh., Cold*, at d jJtfH ill *ff? rfiniiff ol 1 be Iufiif ,'fflyh Thr. ia to certify thai I { *. "> mT practice, preacnlted 2U-*,*. 1 [ Hobk Caimponnd Coaifh Cnndv m many ex*, a -L a, WMfr' jwPiW ,11 ,tf".i,.t.* '!" Inn *. ,, ' ^

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