Newspaper of The New York Herald, October 5, 1842, Page 4

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Home l>r|Mi I niriK?UoatMIc Intelligence 4ft. Lt ?K\ Wisdom ?A ao.i of 1>us-. IDickinson, at Kredome, N. V., was killed thus:?He wu gunning with another boy, and had a doublobarrelled gun, one of the barrels being leaded, one of the bo)a attempted to aseertain which barrel contained the charge by blowing into them, while the other took oil the |>urcu?iion cap. Just a? the boy ha t turned his head away, the can had been replaced, the hammer to thu lock supped in the hand of the boy that was holding the gun, which discharged the contents into the neck ol his companion, nearly under the jaw, and lodged in the head, causing immediate death. Alter the many accidents of this kind, we hope people will learn wisdom. Fibis in Pennsylvania.?The store and dwelling of John Cover, postmaster, Adamsburgli. Jackson St llankin s steam ilour null, New Salem, Mr. Keymour's house and barns at Grecnsburgh, the steam hour millol Mr. Stouller, three unless from Greenahuigh, an i the carding machine ofS. St J. Huggs, were all destroyed by lire last week. The Portland Argus has received the Post-office printing. Mklaischolv ?We learn that a disgraceful af. fray took, place lust Monday week, at Washington Hall, Louisville,in which .Mr. illiss, an assistant editor of the Louisville Journal, w as -hot by Mr. Pope, editor ol the Louisville Sun. The ball struck his arm, glanced iuto his right snie and lodged in the back bone. Mr. Bliss was living w hen the mail beat left, the next morning, but it was nought he could survive but a few hours. Mr. Pope w as jmm< (lately arrested and committed to jail. There wm an immense excitement on the subject, though the Loui>vill? paper* of Tuesday give no particulars. The affray is said to have arisen trcm some remarks made by Mr. Bliss on a speech of one of Mr. Pope's relatives. Ukkat? A Miss Mogg h i* recevered $t,000 in Illinois, for breach of promise of marriage. New Ham-shirk.?The iJd of December is to be Thanks giving Day in this State. No Use.?There is to be a third trial to elect representatives in Portland, Maine. Fact.?Ladies bustles are not te be reckoned among the stern realities of life. A Nkijio (iauticr, of Washington City, knocked a negro bown on the sidu walk and killod him, and has been sent to jail. MISCELLANEOUS. CROTON WATEK. PF.RS VMS who have not had pipes introduced into their house., aluuld lose uo time in ha vine it done before the cold ii?I frosty weather. The subscribers have uow on hand a slock of pure lead, composition and tin'd th lead* pipe, which they are prepared to furmdiand put up in the most expeditious and workmanlike manner, auu thr- most reasonable terms. Being j-radical pluinuiers, they will warrant wo.k done by thcin to be inl'tri*?r to II >tir ill the city. Ail kind* of I< ad work and Hydraulic* furnished and fixed on the must approved principle. DUFF fit I VERS. No. 210 Water ?t, *2# I in * r Next 'Olhe cornet of B?? kinan ?t. VCARD.?I have often been informed by friend* thai some persons, a* wi 11 in my line of business a* t?ut of it, jealous of the t access 1 meet with,have directly au?l indirectly asserted ih-it 1 was manufacturing inv well known La Norma brand, as well as other Havana and Principe Sejgars in this country, and makinit other similar hints, I herewith declare sucn assertions mean Usehoods, and such individuals worse thin highway robbers. M. KADKR, 40 Chatham sire-L New York, Hept. 20, 1342. ?2G lm*r MO N F. Y TO LOAN?In larue or sin ill sums.?The ?dvtr User is prt pared to mike temporary advances upon meat descriptions of sale ible personal properly, such as Roods, product*, luruiture, plate, file. a Apolv at No. 33 John street, corue r Nassau. Office No. 9, ccon 1 lloor. from 10 nil 2 v2.'? lw*r HARD TlSrES.?Tfie only r? i- it that A. t* i O. cm asiisn fur selling ?o many hoots .<ixl ih it ihr Clinton Hoot ami Shot Market, 201 Canal itirrl, ii.rr(he<sl corner ?l' Hudum street?when almost every li.njy complain* <>f hsid times, is. that they keep goods of the best quality, and tell price* to suit the Limes, ami it set in, i? 11" almost every body had found this out. If any who n td this should uoLyet hire found out the store, the sooner they come ami try the snout: tliry will reap the ailran site. Almost anything that is wanted iu the boot and .shoe liue, of an> size, r ilor or quality, can be found hen-cheap, ol I in *in A KNOX 8c CO. 2M Canal street. DRESS BOt TS?Latest Fiench Style.? The jaaSS^^s subserihej respt rtfully iuvites tl-e citizens of New \ orlt, ami strangers ?isiting the city^to call at 1W Kiilluu street and ea inline a larve assortment ol Dress lioots, made iu the latest fashion, and of the finest French calf-skin, Gentlemen can have bonis made to order iu the best manner at $6,00 per pair, warranted equal to any made at $7,60, and as the undersigned takes drawing of the feet and kee(is lasts for i ach customer he can ensure an easy yet handsome lit. Constantly on hand, Fashionable Boots, Ike. at the following Jneed prices :? Cork Sole Boots, from $7,00 to 8,00 Double Sole " waler-iuroof 6,00 to 7,60 Calf, dress " 2,60 to 6,00 Seal " " 2,25 to 2,75 HalfBoots, 3,00 to 3,60 Shoes, 1,50 to 250 Dancing Pumps and Slippers, Ike., proportionahly low. IVrms,cash on delivery. JOHN L. WATKINS. s27 l.ii*iii 111 Fulton st, between Nassau anil Dutch PAH IS HOOTS AND LASTS MADE TO ORDER, By E. SUSER, 5(?4 Pearl Street, One Door from Broadway. E. SUSER Bootmaker, and maker of Lasts, an "Fife" ol Clerce of Paris, begs leave to inform his friends and all the amateurs of a iteutleinaiily "chaussure," that lie can now make, in New York, with the best French in,itert ill, all that is su perfectly mnite, in I'aris, by his master the celebrated bootmaker Clerce, wliim numerous customers on Chi* side of the Atlantic, are respectfully invited to tr\ SUSER'S boots and lasts before they despair of i ring "chaus ses" iu New York, after the nices , latest Parish fashion. Abo, tha genuine I ui let Black Varnish sold. ?26lm*m NO TICE TO FIREMEN, AND tiloilitrs dr-sirous of keepiutf their Fret Dry and Warm the cotniuir saaaon. By raiting m the OLD KXCLUBIVK BOor STORE, N >* 144 Chatham street. Umi oai ba auMpmj inodated, da proprietor has ou Baud a full assortment ot his well known WATER rilOOF BOOTS. Constantly on hand a full supply >f all other kiuds of Boot* at prices to suit the limes. Also?that invaluable article Rogers' Metalic Elastic Heel Boolean be obtaiued at the Old Exclusive Bool Store, No. 144 s Hi 1 in * r TUX? 1?TT D I? Lr A 13 1 \ riT/TMP i llJLa IiU Dli-lUJVinUT. rpHlS u a new article of Blacking, possessing qualitie -* greatly superior to all other kinds now in use. Ij softens anil preserves the leather, imparting a brilliant IMih'h with half the usual labor required in the use of the common blacking. It further pi ssesses that requisite so long sought for in the peculiarity of the composition never becoming hard dry, or mouldy by age. Dealers iu Blacking are requested In call and receive a sample of the article gratis. I'erftct satisfaction warranted in erery case. Manufactured and for sale by J. M JOHNSON, No. 4 Spruce street,Bear Nassau, New York. N B.?A superior article of Writing Ink is manufactured by J. M. J. and sold wholesale and retail. silt Im*r HIGH POLISH: 1 EE'S STEAM IMPROVED BLACKING is now uni" versally admitted to be far superior to any yet invented for its peculiar lufarvativesoftening qualities to the leather, aud for its exquisite brilliant jet black lustre, proiiertics entirely unrivalled. N. B.?Korthe genuine article apply to the only Warehouse, No. I John st, corner of Broadway. CHAS. LEE, slO lm-r Formerly Lee Si Thomson. SELF COCKING PlSTOLST" BLUNT 6c 9Y.M8, Importer* and Manufacturer*, No. 45 ('hat ham street. have on hand a I a rice assortment of the Si* Barrel S'If Revolving Self Cocking Pocket Pistols. These pistols have the advantage over all others of the kind by the impossibility of losing the cap*. the nipples being placed in s horizontal direction,anu there being no cock in the wav to preveut taking as correct sight as with the ordtuary pistol or gun. The above pistols can be furnished lower thin any others in the market, at wholesale ?r retail. We have as great a variety of other kinds of Pistols as cau be found, with llitles, U. 8. Muskets, for shipping and military; Prize Musk* is, do: Fowling Pieces, single and double; extra Urge size double and single (suns for ducking, toip-lher with Powder, Shot, Flasks, Bags, Cap*, Locks, Barrels. Ate., Ike., in large or small ouanuties. N. B.?Country dealers are requested to call aud examine our assortment before purchasing elsewhere. s8 2in*r FURNITURE. GEORGE W. DAWSON, ? Vholttale ami lietatl t"\imiture ami General Furnishing H'arthouse, No. 67 Chatham street, corner of I hum* street, Neio York. WHERE he keep* for .ale a Urge minimum of the following article*, vis.: Sideboard.. Bureau., Bedsteads, Cots, YiWh, Chain, Oilier ?ih1 Portable Desks, Glass CutBook Cuet. Looking Glasses, Dining, Centre. 1 ea and Tier Table., Pi.uio., H fa., Sofa Bedsteads Bc-iU. Bi dding, Pale**ter?, Mattresses, Carpi.U, Oil Cloth, Matuug aud hire Iron., Wuh Stands, Toilet Table., Candle Stand., Bureau Bedstead* Dressing Bnresus, Sale., he. Aim, a large assortment of men aud women's Wearing Ap parel, new and second banded All the above article, are offered to the public at very I w prices. Persona in want of said articles would lino it U I eir advantage to make an early call at the above establish ML Shipping orders punctually attended to and Mcked an thr s lortesr notice, aud on reasonable term*. Mattresses, Bedding (t: I'yr lilting out vessels, constantly on hand. n.i1 order, to the above establishment will be punctually at nled to and thankfully received. N. 3.?The highest prices will be given for Second Hand uruitiire, sud Gentlemen's and Ladies'ca.r off Clothing. .2**11)"? HTTU S E K f R NI si 11N (J WAREHO U SE.-W o RAM-* ItAUGHWOUT, Ml Broadway, Manufacturers, Agents and Commission Merchants, have just received and are now opening a new and splendid assortment of the following articles, vts Silvered, (tilt and Bronse Uas Chandaliert. 6 to 20 lights. Do < andle do 4 to 34 'V Do Candle Brackets, 1 to 5 " Do Du Brackets, 1 to 3 " Do Oas Mantel Lights, I to 3 " Do Oirandoiea, I to i " Candle bras, 4 to IT " Astral Lamps, Hsll I ami* sad Lanterns, Heading Li.inps, kc A arw article of Solar Lamp, a rery superior article. Also , a new article of Detlrcter lor improviug the light of the old pattern of Astral Lamp. Also, a new style of Florentine Bronie, color immorable. T.HteUier witherery variety of Lamps and Chandeliers, for churches, halls and public uuildiugs. I'LATKD V??II, Baskets, Castors, Trays, Toast Harks, Candlesticks, Napkin Kings, Butter Tabs, butter aod Fruit Knives, Snuffers and Tr ifs, Coffee and Tea Urns, kc. Fine Table Cutler)-, in setts and dozens; Japanned Tea Traya, in great rarity of patterns and forma; fine cut gltss Bowls, ritehera, Tumblers, Dishes, Ooblcts, Decanters, Water But ties, Sugars, ke. kc. , . , W kH. beg respectfully toanfoim their fnends, customers, and the public generally, that their arrangements with the maIiufactur ra are such that they can sell all articles in their line at reinaikably low prices; and respectfully invite tliein to call and see their show rooms, which alone is sufficient to compensate for th? trouble. if2 3m"r CKOt KEHYt HEAT FOR CASH.?F. 0. TANNER would respectfully inform nit old customers and the trade generally thk lo- has i onsaeiicea the above mentioned business upon the caeh principle and baa now on hand, at hie alore, 197 Water at, opposite the United States (formerly Holt's) Hotel, a eotnplete and extensive assortment of Crockery , Stoneware. Clodfcs, Cot ano Plain thus, Looking Classes, Otraudolrs, hell and Astral Lara;*. Herman fancy goods, kc.. kc., most of which were purchased before trie rise occasioned by the late tariff, vrry cheap fur raah. All country merchants and buyers are requested to call and I urchaee at from It to ti per cent lass than the prices they haye usually paid, or can buy at the present linn in the eity. * 17 itn'r F. C. TANNER. t/ NCHAVINO AT THE OMNIOHAI H Ok FlCE, 192 la Broadway, eseented with neatnaaa eneapueas. and despair h, ia all ita eartoua branches From the recent influx of work una ef two eiMrtjoamry men engravers are w oiled iaroe.iMUl,. (food referancea reoairtd Apply as above. o?3t tod ? ... mc m *- -% ? ***? HTrrRl^ToXKL'/i N <j, N'ATIONAL HOTKL?Tchoupstoulas street, Ntw Orleans? Tlii? line establishment situated in tlie most een iral jwrtuf the city u beea recently opened under lire snper nit, uilriicr of the uosertbrra, with new and ample aecommodatiousroi two hundred boarders . The |uirlorssiid chambers ere finished with neatness, il not eh gauce, and with scrupulous regard to the comfort ol the occupant. The servants are all white, arid hare Wen carefully selected with reference to their capacity, heaeary and cirri deportment. The wine cellar end larder will always be iaraisned with tlx- best that can be procured in one of the best markets m the world. The charges lor board, with or without clumbers, will be found of the most reasonable character. J. PHILLIPS bi BUO., Proprietors. _New Orleans, July 21. |ga2. at 2m r Mjk TURK.N T FOR A^ScTlOOL OR HOTFL !;'{ The Btltuont House at New Brighton, Staten Island, OaW&well calculated lor a Seminary, having been occu: ird a* .sen I or Vouug Uilies the last lire rears, together with llie garden, ire house and other uuthuiluings, and I uid ad'oiiiiug?a roost desirable location foi lint purpose, as tlic liealtlnuess and convenience of the place render il the most eligible of any in the State. Steamboats ply constantly to and from the city ol New Yore during the day. For particulars, apply at Hanover street, New York, or at New Brighton, to ?a?aw HF.NRY LYNCH. TO lslCT?The first three story House, 112 Grand j street, west of Broadway, with the Furniture, all new J?mL The house is in perfect order, andean be seen between the hours of 12 and 3. P. M. sl2 I in r PERFUMERY. WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. CTKIKKK'S SOLUTION FOR THE HAIR, which will *' change grey hair to its original color in a lew minutes. This solution is di fiereut from any vet offered, and cannot fail of sus < m - dine otherx. It i* highly efficacious, and potsestts the great advantage of beautifying the bair, without injuiing iu Those who doubt its virtues are requested te have their hair eh iiured h< fore |?ayiii( their money. If humbugs would take this method there would be no reason to complain. One trial will prove the fact. Sold wholesale aud retail, and applied, at No. 5 (Chatham street, opposite the Hail of Records, New York, up stairs. *22 lm*r N07~45~VIAIDEN LANE. OLD ESTABLISHMENT.?Perfumery, Cosmetics and fine} Soaps. The f?d low i Hit c??m i >ii r\ i put <1 the \aritty of the manufacture of Alexander Ramsay, successor to N. Smith Prentiss, ???.:? The justly celebrated sa(>onaceouB, Naples and chemical cosmetic compound for shaving, toilet soaps merest variety, cologne, lavender, and tlqrida w aters, extracts of musk, roses berKamot, oran|>, iaaacmitw, Itc.ftc*, milk of roses, vegetable pearl powder, lor clearing the complexion, toilet or nursery IMiwder, the purest article inade, vegetable rouge, liotiid do, Id cream, otto of rose lip sal V0, otto of rotes in cilt bottles, Curling fluid, beat's oil, macassar oil, tuid the celebrated kephlia > win if the nair. nair dyes, JVaston iki. court plaster* indelible ink, blacn aud blue writing inks, calcined charcoal, powder puffs and boxes, erasure |?owdcr for extracting grease grease from *iik, aromatic vinegar, Ate. 6tc. For sale at the manufactory and warehouse of ALEXANDER RAMSAY, Successor to N. Smith Prentiss, No. 45 Maiden lauc, *22 lm#r Sign of the Golden Rose. PHCENIX HAIR SEATING AND CURLED HAIR MANUFACTORY. 'TMIE undersigned liavr constantly on hand Plain mid Unmask s- Hair Se&tiuti for Sofa., Chairs, Couches and Music Stools. (. iiilcd Hair, Wrbbiui!, Tow Cloth, Twine, lie., for Upholsters, White and Fancy Hair Cloths, suitable for Cap and Stock M inuUciurrrs; also for Brush Makers aud Musical Instruments, lie., lie. The followlns aie our prices of Hair Seating PRICES OK HAIR SEATING. rLAin. UA.UA3R, Inch. Piece. Cut. Of all imuerui. 15 40 42 ? 16 42 44 75 17 46 48 82 18 54 56 90 19 64 66 98 20 74 76 1,05 21 81 86 1,10 22 92 96 1,14 22 1.02 1,06 1,20 24 1,16 1.20 1.20 26 1,28 1,22 1,45 23 1,40 1,44 1,60 30 1,66 1,70 ? JOHNSON & GREEN, riuEiui Factory, 23 Welt 13th itieet, 5th and 6th Avenus, au3ltuc7*r Office, I ,2 William .street. H E N R I Q U E S' WHOLESALE ANIJ RETAIL HAVANA AND PRINCIPE SlGAR STORE, Basement 51 William Street, Between Wall and l'ine Streets, .11 1m* r NEW YORK Notice to Stranoers. F. G1I3BINS, HAIR CUTTER AND WIG MAKER, 27 MAIDEN LANK, Corner of Nassau Street, ill lmr NEW YORK. PRAPON II Alii* OUT TEH . ^"O, 214 Bvad way, opposite St. Paul's church, is the first to -Z N introduce the fashion for the setuou, 011 Saturday, lOtli inst. slO lm*r WIGS f MAMOHT, WIG MAKE 11 AND HAIH DRESSER, " 90 Broadway, N. V.?Desires to inform the public Rent-rally, that he is still to be found at his old stand, where he will be happy to give tht-m a trial of his skill in the lousorial art. His inimitable style of Hair Cutting is generally acknowledged by the lieau moude of the City. He would also call the attention of strangers visiting the city, to his sU|>crior W1US, which are not surpassed for neatness and finish, deceiving the most scrutinizing, so uearly Uo they resemble the natural liair Kancy Articles, Perfumery, Sic. of superior i|uality. ',Cr~ Ternjs in accordaucc with the times. 90 Broadway, a few doors sbire Wall st. slS lm"r ~ E. W. HAND, EXCHANGE BROKER, s21 lm*r No. 2 CAMP STREET, NEW ORLEANS. \TORK BAY OYSTER SALOON, by B. Britun, 8:t Mas I sau street, between Kulton ami John streets. His place is plain and clean, and I think will take the lead. Oysters served up in evtuy style ; pickled by the hunded or thousand, and families supplied with oysters, by s 13 lin*r B. BRITTIN. " SUTTON & VANDERBiLT A HE Constantly receiving lanre suppjies of Cloths, Cassimeres and Woollens o( every description,suitable for the coinitu' season, which Uieyofl'tr at eilreinely reduced prices for cash, at their well known Tailoring Establishment, 420 Broadway, second door above Canal st. Gentlemen are requested to call and examine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. N. B.?Particular attention paid to boys clothes. >10 lm#r A IIANIJSO.HK I'llKSE.VT. A VISITING CARD PLATE, beautifully engraved, and I 40 best mill mailed Com printed fur Hilly $1,60. Cards ou the Inn eliuaniel, printed from plates at $1 per 100. A Busiuess ('aid Plate, engraved with the usual amount of matter, and 100 beat Cards, at $3. Door I'lalea, Heals of all kinda. Marking Plates, Labels, gold, silver, btasa, kc. he. engraved proportionate w ith the above. Ceinwr-vlale Printing of all kinds at the same low rite. Please call and examine for yourselves, at JERVIS'S Cheap Etigraviug *ud Pr.tiling Establishment, No. 294 Broadway, and 8. E. corner of Greenwich and Courtlaudtata s8 Imfr THE HOPE MILLS. UMARKETKIELD at, between Broad and Whitehall, late 2G7 Elizabeth street. New York. Office 120 Krout st. Constantly on baud Ground Spices and (Aiffee, at the lowest market prices, and in the usual varieyy of packages, r 2m*in POCKET KNIVES A T 182 Broadway, between John street and Howards' Hotel, -tV. lio doz pen, dirk and pocket knives, retailing at prices to suit the times. Also, a large assortment of Scissors, Razors; Chain,wigne Cutters, Dental and Surgical Instruments, ami every ulherarticle usually kept by cutlers. All kinds ol cut li-ry made to order and re|uirtd. Steel articles polished in the highest perfection of the art. t'JO lm*c J. D. CHEVALIER, 182 Broadway. , SOUTHERN AND WESTERN A/f U D/"t LI A VfT'CJ miilVV^llilJ.^1 lO, ESPECIALLY those now in the city, are respectfully reminded that they can procure new, powtrfml ami highly tl tvorril Tcaa of every desCT.plion, ou very advantageous terms, in packages amiable for private Use, or for their regular customer*, at the Canton Tea Com) any's Deiiot, *2 lin*r No. 121 Chatham st, New York. riLASS CUTTING ESTABLISHMENT.?J. Stouvenel. xlass cutter. No. 29 Oold street, constantly on hand and of fer to supply all dealers and others, at the lowest prices in this city, anil warranted the best *,f any other manufactory?such as beautiful hall lamps oft eery size, astral lamps ami shades, deI canters, tumblers,champaign,wine glases,dishes, goblets, bowls, celeries, glass,k< fcc. Ctooua sent to any part of the country by any <|uantity free of |uckag.-s and carUito, all articlea match to pattern. Ketail store No. 35 John street, near Nassau st, slO lm*r PATENTTRESERVED PORTABLE MEATS ' AND SOUPS. ' W All RANTED to keepaoy length of time in any climate, '* viz' lobsters, halibut, shad, salmon, oysters, and clams, beef, mutton, veal, duck, chicken, turkey, beef s nip, mutton broth, clock* u soup, si tall soup, mock aud green turtle soup, ? vegetable soup, green peai, mushroom*, carrels, luriniia, parsiiiim. tomatoes, milk, kc. kc., manufaciured ami sold wholesale by WILLIAM MULLANE, i st Im" rc 82S Nassau st NOTT'S STOVES nr.l'AIRr.J V RICHARD AYLIFEE, established nine 's. ytars at K I ilium street, New York. R A. lias Noll's and other Stove .which he cau sell at a very reduced price. Stoves and pipe put up at the shortest notice. N. B.?I'll e constantly on hand. s27 lm*r NEW STOVE. SHEPARD'S PATENT REVERBERATOR. rT,HK subscribers offer this day to the public, the office and A parlor si/e of this new and splendid patent stove. We ask all in want of stoves to call and etaminr it. It is by far, the most efficient aud ten.omicsl stove offered for a number of y? ars, and has the approval of all who have seen It, and bills fair to take the lead of all others. Larger sizes will he in readiness in the course af a few days. In the mean time, the priniripleof the stove, canbe seen fully developed in the size eiluhited. 8HF.PARD fc CO. Nott's Stove Warehouse, No. 212 Water street. N. B. -A splendid assortment of Nott's Radiator Store, the 1 oil\ stov e in the market aniublu for warming dwellings, churches, hotels, public buildings, fcc. A two story- house can If* warirvd with three tona of coal, leas than one grate will consume. Drums for iwrlori and halls, in style and variety unequalled in the ciy. Also the best wood cook stove eeer offered. TElUJPTlONS CURED AND THE COMPLEXION CLEARED. A MIRAt LK TO CURE ERITTIONS OK THE av S|<lS?Salt rheum, freckles, scurvy, pimples, erisipcUs, blotches, morph* wtan, lever, spots, bites of insects,, kc ?to change the color of dark, sunburnt, yellow, or discolored skio? the Italian Chemical Soap is rrally the wonder of the age. Well might'he Medical Society of 1'arta call it a blessing and its inventor, M. Besprine, a philanthropist. It is curing thousands all over the States and British possessions. Ii entirely eradicates i very eruption or disfigurement of ike skin, imluuting to the fse* , 1. I I* ,r .mis i beautiful health In I clearness. No misrepresentation is offered One trial will suffice to recommend it to all. Among the many who have been cured by this,are the following highly respectable persons:? Rev T 8 Lover, Newark, N J, (vou are notified that this is no nffrd nostrum, hut a physician's invention,) M Palmer,Brooka. Sold by T. JONES, sign of'the American Eagle, 12 Chatham at, New York, price 50 i ruts, Miss K. Baker, Brooklyn. Agents?IJ9 Kulton st, Brooklyn, I Stale st, Boston. V Dock st. Philadelphia. s28 im*r /"NOAL?JfiO tons sapenor English iCoal, will be sold low, If V taken from the vessel?lor sale by a20 ?t*re STORES k ANTHONY. M Broad at. | MEDICAL. MEDIC AITAID. r\H. ORF.tiOK V, long aocustomed to omcntw for diseases yj of a private nature, reside at \i Mott strret. He has been fainiltar with these complaints many* years. and having been a particular and close observer of cauae and effect, he ha* obtained a thorough practical auowledge of this branch of hit profession, which has enabled him to introduce some valuable improvement* into hia practice. He doe a not boaat of making rapid and hast) cures, hut his satisfaction is to perform thorough and radical cures, and in as short a spare of lun? as it can ( oasiblv be dour, with advantage andsafetv to the patient; and IMilh Hnilmii, it u not nresMtry for dw paiitai to any cliauge iu business pursuits. Hasty,01 d consequently nnperfeet cures are the source from whence result so many distressing cases of consecutive or secondary symptoms; and the like result frequently follows the use of many advertised remedies ; for th*s reason?-that any medicine, however good in the first or primary stages ef the complaint, cannot be sup|x>sed to eiert the same i?ower and inrtoence over the human aystem when its administration has beet .long coutin'ied; and thus whije the patient is swallowing medicine from day to day : his disease, if not cliauging to a ciironic forin, to say the least, is very lik? ly to ternuuate in a pei ui ineut debility, or perliai* something worse. l)r. Oregon* deems it worthy to remark, that he has often been applied fo for relief by patients who liaviug bteu treated for the complaint, were discharged as being cured, and then.elves w? re ol tiie oninimi that it was reallv so. A ft w days flap*** aud the disease begin* to show iUelf agaiu ; in some instance* only occasionally, iu otnerfl again the relapse is permaunit, inducing at length a chronic inflammation, attended with other visible effects, which it would be indelicate to describe iu an advertisement, but which will be recognized readily by cve.y one am afflicted. It is such a state of tilings as this lhat terminate in stricture, and it is by surgical means ouly that a stricture can ever be permanently removed. Not sq, however, with the chrouic inflammation, or rather induration ; for in this stage of the malady there is a cure, and that* too, by mild md simple meaus. Dr. G. is proud to say that he has ditcoveitd and br<>ui;lit to his aid, a remedy never before used iu these cases, winch lias proved successful in every instance where it has been applied, d has effected cum in cues 01 from : years'duration. This maocaceatffl is not made through i fives of vault J Uld love of boasting, but simply t?? inform tie ? in n< ed of the rem* dv where it may be* found. Those seeking Dr. Gregory will find him at his own house, (not a drug store,) 31 Mott street, about 160 yards from Chatliain squarj All letters must be post paid. Dr. (I* gory has published a little treatise on the above subjects, price 60 cents. Kor sale by the author, and also bv Messrs. Sand*. Druggists, iu Kultr.n-street, and both corners Broadway and < Chambers-street, and ir the Bowery at No*. 63 and l.'itt ; 146 Dvlancey, comer Suffolk-street, ana 77 East Broadway, corner Market-street. Applications bv Mail, Post paid, enclosing $1. will secure the book by return of M ill, free of V > ?t ~ ,\ut1 lm#in lucina cordial. TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC. rr ia uow barely three years since the geueral inuoduction of Lilt* Lucina Cordial into the Uuiled States, and in that }ieriod it has not only spread its usefulness throughout this hemisphere, and sustained the vast reputation which it had previously acquir ed iu Europe, but has als?r,tddcd to the renown of its illustrious inventor by the unrivalled powers it has been discovered ta possess in tlie cure of incipient cousuniititu The knowledge ol its wonderful iuiluenct in renovating and im um un.g the llUman frame, first suggest* d the idea of using it in this way ; and the result ia. that a mediciuc has been added to tin* catalogue (or die cure of incipieut consumption, which places the disease, With dec precaution, under the control of the path-til. I ;s carecty m-cessary, at this period* 10 reemnnn nd the Lucina aa an all-?ufficient remedy in caae of Gleet. Fluor Albus. difficult or painful menstruation, Incontinence or Urine, and all diseases arising from debilitatiou of th? system, when an impulse, or a restorative is wanted; as throughout the United Slates it has taken precedence of all other medicine in such cases, and leaves nothing further to be hoped for; its cures being speedy, perfect, permanent, and effected wtthont i tin ei trouble. Should there, however, be any person laboring under die above complaints, who are doubtful of its almost universally tested merits, I recotninuiend nto diem with all confidence, and on my own personal responsibility, feeling assured if they give it the required trial- that health to the afflicted parries, and gratefulness to Dr. Magum, will bi tie mult But, as is also the case in Kuiope, the immense American reputation of the Lucina Corded, is princi|?ally based on its thoroughly investigated, indubitable, and generally admitted iiowcr to enable females, who had been considered barren, to bear offspring, and to restore virile powers iu males, when reduced to utter and apparently ho|>elvss prostration, to perfect health anu activity. When I first received the agency of the Lucina Cordial, from Dr. Magnin, notwithstanding its immense foreign celebrity, and th< great amount of respectable testimony that accompanied it, I dec lined committing myself individually, by giving any jier sonal assurances in these particulars : but no\f. after the enor mous sale of upwards of one hundred thousand bottles, coupled with the receipt and certificates and testimonials innumerable, and much knowledge founded on personal observation, I can unhesitatingly warrant it as far exceeding my most sanguine hopes, or ever the illustrious iu vendors promises,an the fulfilment of the most important cuds for which it is recommended, and has become so justly and universally popnlai. To be as explicit as possible, 1 rejieat, aud hold myself personally res|H>usi ble for the assumption, that the Lucina Cordial can invig orate the virile powers hi males, aud make rhein fecund mt, where uature has beeu deficient, or when they have been prostrated Dy artificial means ; ana also that it cau product that state oi the system in lemates, who nau been previously unfruitlul, &ii<l imagined Darrt'U, which will Pliable them to bear children. 1 regret that 1 have to ii>eak no plainly, en auch exceedingly dp licale matien, but leel called upon to do to, let tit might be iniiunderttood, and as a full guarantee for the great respousibili ty which I have cheerfully uauined. Willi feelings of sincere gratitude for llie extensive patronage which, as the agent of the Luciua Cordial, has been hea|>ed upon me in uiis country, 1 re main, tne Public's very obedient humble servant, JOHN WINTEE8 HOLDER WkLL, M. D. Price $3 per bottle. For sale at 4J9 Broadway, and 02 Nassau street. New York,and 90 North Sixth street, Aiiladelpliia. au?7 lm*m DR7 RUSH'S LEGACY. 'T'HAT celeliratcd Physician, Dr. BENJAMIN BUSH J- could not have left a more valuable legacy to mankind than his I NFALLIBLE HEALTH PILL. It is indeed a blessing to the afflicted, giving relief in all the usual cases of sudden illnets or lingering disease with which humanity ia distressed or the functions ?l life are destroyed It is now conceded by the most eminent of the medical (acuity, that tlicitoinach is the seat or fountain of all disease; that it is, as it weret the centre fiom which proceed all the e\ lis produc rd by foreign or irritating causes, uuil which thence spread to every pail of the animal system. The proper method of cure, therefore, is to attack the citadel in w hich the disease intrenches itself; and no combination ol medicinal agents lies y> t been discovered so efficacious for this purpose as the preparation of the late Dr. Hush, and which, from the universal success attending their administration, during a practice of nearly'half a centuary, were styled his " lNKALI.IIIL^ HEALTH TILL." Their great virtus is, that lhr.y arrest disease in it* first approach. They arc preventives as well as remedies; and we will venture to say that if taken by persons when they are first affected with symptoms of, illness inauy and many a case, that is cither serious or fatal, might be avoided. Let the afflicted without hesitation avail themselves of this invaluable Legacy, and tliey w ill have reason to bless (lie nunc of Dt. Bush, as one of the greatest benefactors of man kind. LC7"" Sold, wholesale and retail, by H Q. DAGGERS, 30 Ann street. New York; and, retail, by Kelly, 2t>7 Broadway, N. Y.t J. Axford, lt.? Bowery, N. V.; J. E. Scott, Ifil Sixth Avenue, corner of Twelfth si , N. Y.; H. Green, t>9)4 Fulton stieel, Brooklyn; Bedding Ik Co., 0 Stale St., Boston; D. Smith, Ki Mukct street. Newark, N. J.; G. B. Xeiner, 87 Dock street, comer of Third, Philadelphia; W. Taylort 12 North street. Baltimore ; and agents in the priuciiwl cities in the United States. .T77 .Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS a Box; each box cn closed man elegantly eugraved wrapper, with lull directions for use. ??8 3w r DOCTOR BELL Continues to he consulted daily, until 10 P. M. CONFIDENTIALLY On all 'elicate diseases, at lua private offices, 4 CORTLANlfT STREET. OECOND Door from Bmadway, with the utmost confidence O hi all ca?e? of a delicate nature, requiring prompt aud safe treatment. Being a Regular Practitioner, patients may rely upon receiving all the attention their cases may demanil, with an assurance of a successful issue, based upon the elperience of many years piofessional duties. Dr. Bell does not advertise a Spi ciltc Drop of Pill for the cure of certain diseases?but guarantees all that Anatomical, Medical, aud Chemical knowledge can suggest ill each case. Separate offices. Attendance till 10 T M. daily. sR Imjr DR. HORNE. fNONTINUES to bt consulted confidentially at his office No. 78 Murray street. Strangers are res|iectfully apprized that Dr. H true, being legally bred to the medical prolrssion, in the city oi London, has been a practical in? inber of the said faculty of physic for 40 years, for the last 36 in the city of New, York. His | ractice from being general, he confines to a particular branch ol medicine, which engages his profound attention. His e*|u rieuce is \eiy great? Ins success astonishing. He cautions tlir unfortunate against the use of mercury; thousands are annually mercurialized out of life?recent affections are, without mervnry, ettinguislieu in a few days See your cases eradicated, not patched up. The It arued Dr. Buchan emphatically observes? Married persons, and persons about to lie married, should be particularly caiaiotis of those affecMous; w hat a dreadful inheritance to transmit to |>usterity." Persons afflicted with protracted and deplorable cases, ueerl not desftir of a complete recovery by applying to Dr. Home. A residence of 36 years in New York city lias established Doctor llome'i character as a man of sterling honor, and based on real respectability and skill. Dr. H. offers to his patrons a sure guarantee. Dr. Home's offices are numerous, md patients never come in contact. Attendance until niue o'clock in the evening. NOTICE. IT- THOMAS O. HORNE, son of the late Dr. George T. Home, respectfully apprises the public that he continues his father's most successful practice at his establishment. No. 71 Murrry street, aud may be consulted daily uuli H o'clock, I' M.. Sundays escepled *20 lin*r THE TWO GREATEST INVENTIONS OF THE AGE. KENNEDY'S COMPOUND VEGETABLE PREPARATION. H'OR The treatment and preservation ol the Hair; the only infallible pnraerrative against hihlntis, and a certain cure I for all diyases of the scalp, audi aa d tndrnff, plica potnica, Sic. kc. kc., including all cutancona atfealioua. This.article it prepared wit h great cart by the inventor ami proprietor himself, alter a study of ten years, during which hit time has been almost exclusively devoted to the perfection of this incomparable article for the benefit of the growth and hranty of the llair. In the mean time, many nostrums intended for the same purpose, have arisen ami died, while this rejoices in the full vigor of manhood?and it destined to live at long at a fine head of hair is dulyprir.ed or its cleanliness and beauty admired. Let those who liave their desires hut give it a tingle liial and he has no fears for the result. It ?nly ream ret to be known to be appreciated, and when to appreciated the prophet rr aspects to obtain hit reward Irom a discerning public, and askt it not before?he it not afraid of getting out of patience. Nearly five bundled certificates, testifying to its virtues, in all cases for w ich it is intended to be nscd, from the most highly respectable individuals in various puts in the United States, the Canadas, kc., ran be teru at the office of the inventor and manufacturer. No. 1 Pine street. New York. INVENTION NO. 2. The second invention of modern times, to which we would respectfully call attention. i? KENNEDY S CEI.EBR ATKD PREMIUM CHEMICAL HAIR DYE, the first ever invented in this country. This article, as can be testified to by a large uuinhrr of oral and verbal recommendations, is superior to any thing of the kind ini|iorled from any part of the w orlil, and is rapidly suiM-rceding all other nostrums fot changing the color of the hair and whiskers to a beautiful dark brown, or iet lil.ick, from tlai* n, red, grey, or other objectionable color, in a single application, w ithnut affecting the skin. The above Hair Dye was exhibited at the Fair of the Ainericau Institute, held at Niblo's Garden, and received the tint premium, as being tti|>erior to any other eilubiled. It miy be obtained at the following places Bailey, Wikd k Co. Maiden Luir; Lt ary h Co, Astor House; 61 Bowery, corner \Valker; )3* Bowery corner Bom) afreet; Tilfauv, Gourd k Ellis, 2A9 Broadway, and at the manufactory, No. 1 Pine street, New York. r GEORGE KENNEDY. DR. DAVID BHENffA r n the honor of informing hit *-J ff'emls M,d the public th t I th .s removed from the Granite adding to 17', Cliamh* r< s'.r - I where he will, without the nol mercury, cure radically, 11 till a few days, the most inveterate cases ol syphilicdis-as. ?. Dr. Dieana's remedy ia ru tir. ly Irr e from am corro'ivi or * isouont mineral, and when taken according to his direction, will remove the nauikil symptoms which in-nnahly follow tr eabuse (or rather the use) of nisrr urv, amlotlier nosioiit mod ?. itiss ao universally adminIttered in those cases. Dr. Bretnm i i uiedv is so simple that it can lie administered without the I alanger of bad couseqncurcs, the patient being able dtirinr tne treatment to attend to his htisiuess and live as usual. Dr. Uremia's praetire is not confined to the enre of the abova disease, but will continue togive his professional advice to pa tieuti, and to administer medirmes on the homeopathic system, the only one that has or can ever cure chronic diseases. Office hours, from II te t o'clock, and from i to 7 r. M.? 1 c ham be rs suaat 173. j * lint MISCELLANEOUS. HOUSE OF REFRESHMENT. No. 11 ANN STREET. rPHK Proprietor of this establishment coutiuues, as hereto1

fort, to supply kit ciutuaen with the delicacies of the sea*110. served up iu the beet manner. The <]uelity of the viands, and Ins very moderate charge, are evident from the Clattering ptironage which the public are pleased daily to award him. His effoila shall be, as they have heretofore been, to merit its coulinuanee, and to secure to his house that reputation for ex cellenee and ac-otn mods lion which it has lor so long a lime maintained. As the proprietor is no longer connected with any other establishment, he will pay his sole and undivided attention to the best interests of thii house, and s|iare no pains for the iiuinlen-uice ofits well-earned reputation. all Im'r magnolia lunch. CORNER BROADWAY It CHAMBERS STREET? The Proprietors of this well known restaurat desire to infirm their frieuds and the public generally, that the season for shell lish having commenced, llieyhave made anaiik'vmrnti for a constant supply of the finest the market affords?Mill Pond, Shrewsbury and all kinds, which they will serve up iu every style, arid at a moment's notice. Steaks and every delicacy ot the season may always be (mind here ill eTery style desired by the lovers of good thiugs. Supper parlies entertained, and Meals served up at all hours. (ieulli rneu dining down town will find this a desirable resort being within two minutes walL of the City Hall. The proprietors return their thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed, and hope by attention to business they will merit a share of custom. CH1CKERINU It CARLISLE, s 23 Iin*r rial'IIP APf>? I .ft Mr"1 if _iin.n,nns..> is.. Vi.. Ti..?. I sauds of our good ciu. lovers of good fare. have been for mim weeks |iut suffering severe disappointment from the closing of the far-famed " Terrapin Lunch." The " fitful fev*r," ii now. however, over, and igaia inay they "feed well, for be it known that the Johu Adams, of Knickrtbocker memory, "hangs his hat" un at the Terrapin ; alao the rioprietor, one qf the linen little ftllowa in Chrialeudom, y'clept W J Cart. Now, then, emack your li|w ye cormorants in the Turtle Soup and steak line, the mantle of 'Sandy,' has fallen upon Johu, to iwrfeclion, in good eating and drinking maybe again guaranteed at the Terrapin. A single look into the old Hcc Box," will appease the hunger of him with the sljort purse, .'ind a taste of the genuinn at half the old prices will tickle the palate of the veriest anchorite. Pine (Jreeu Turtle served up this day, and overy day during the season. s6 Imjr EPICURES! EPICURES! EPICURES! ~ THE Subscriber, formerly kuown as oue of the firm of Blew and Ten Eycfc, of No. 8 Broad street, liaring opened a house, No. V>\ Broadway a few doors below Niblo's Garden, where he still continues to serve up all the Delicacies of the Season, vix?Game, Poultry, Fish, tic. fcc., together with his celebrated Mill Pond, Shrewsbury and all choice Oysters.fresh or pickled, which obtained the premiuinat the last Annual Fair at Niblo's. Has ing titled up a saloon unequalled in the city, where gentlemen and theirlainilies visiting Niblo's, can, Willi the greatey propriety, have served up to their comfort and satisfaction^ucn refreshments as they may call for on reasonable terms. N. B.?Clubs and Private Parties wishing rooms, can oe accommodated as above, by s7 lm?r JOSEPH TEN EYCK, ECONOMY, ELEGANCE, AND GOOD LIVING. THK undersigned haa, at a great expense, fitted up one of the a largest and most splendid Coffee and Eating Houses in New V ork. iii which oue hundred persons at least can sit down to an excellent and substantial breakfast, dinner, and tea, [from the choicest supplies ofthe markets, with a bill of fare not ex celled either as regards quality or number of dishes] by eny hotel in the United Stales, and varying in prices from six cents to one shilling and eighteen pence per dish. The purest Java and Mocka coffee aud the very best teas, and served at only three oents per cup. And all other refreshments in proportion. The waiters are uniformly civil and polite, and every visitor may be assured of feeling in this establishment quite at home." In fart p\crv ftirturlmrnf nf Kniiiu>?? it imUr flip iiiMwinlgii. deace of comi?teut overseen, whose sole cere end addition are directed to the comfort and conveniences of cnstomen and guests. HENRY GOSLING, Proprietor of the French and American Eating House, Nos 61 and 66 Nassau st, between Jahn st and Maiden Lane. P. S.?Open Sundays lor breakfast, dinner and tea ielfl tmr FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS AND MATERIALS FOR FLORISTS. BRUN LA ROSIERE fit COURT, 116 William strectThe only successor of Brun Lu Rosiere fit Co. at Paris, have just received, by the Havre Packet Ships Silvie de Urasse and the Sully, a large assortment of 8u|*rior and Fashionable Flowers, of the latest Parisian styles. No. 116 William street is the true and only depot of those sujk rior articles from their manufactory in Paris, Rue de Tracy The above firm has been lately declared by decreet of the Tribunal de Commerce and the Cour Royal, at Paris, to be the only legitimate successor of the Arm of Brun la Rosiere fit Co., of Paris. il ln,*r "FENCING SALOON AND SHOOTING GALLERY. KMEES, 413 Broadway, entrance in Lispenard street. second door, lately from Europe, Professor of the art oi Frncing, gives instructions in Fencing ; also in the use of the straight, crooked, and Turkish sword, hunting knife, musket and bayonet, staff, and every species of Weapons. Gentlemen, loyers of this art, military* officers of the army, navy, Sic: are respectfully invited to call and witness an exhibition of .his skill in this useful and important art. A spacious double Shooting Gallery, illuminated in the evening, will also be found with superior Swiss pistols?shoot nig at a distance of 210 yards. s!6 3m*r UKENCH LANGUAGE.?The very flattering eucourage" invut thus far bestowed u|>ou Professor Mouls in the increase of his pupils, consequent upon the proficiency they have attained in a short time under his laitiou, has induced him to lowtr his terms from 1(12 to $10 |>er quarter ; thus placing the opportunity of obtaining a thorough knowledge of the French Language within the means of any lady or geutleuian wishing to acquire a language indispensable to a good education. His system is gene-ally approved by the many ladies and gentlemen of res|>ect<ibility, to whom lie has had the honor of instructing.? Three ( lasses are already formed, and those persons who may desire to unite with them, should do so at this favorable moment. rinfessor Mouls' rooms are at No. 373 Broadway, t 118 lm*rc Y/T ANGLES! MANGLES!!?Prices reduced-7-Important I'l- to Hotel and Boarding house Keepers and Families.?DUNCAN fx WEST respectfully inform the public, that they have on hand and are manufacturing their paleut mangles, which, for utility and durability are not to be surpassed. It is a laborsaiing machine, as it entirely supercedes the use of ironing, aud rapidly puu a gloss on sheets, table cloths, kc. ke., without the aid of fuel. They may be seen in operation at the United Slates Hotel and at Banker's Mansion House and nearly all the hotels in the city. They are sold at No. 4 Little Green street, near Liberty street, N. V., where Messrs. D. 81 W. do bellhauging, lock smithing and all kind of iron work, cheaper than can be done elsewhere. N. B.?Kitchen Grates made from 10 cents to U. per lb. alH-lm *rc READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS. ?Country merchant* nud all other commenting business, and who wiih lo ob'aiu a handsome an<i durable sign, made of the beat material, will please call ou GEO. W. FORDHAM, 61 Wall atreet, corner of Pearl. Houtc Painting, Graining, kc. well executed. _N. B.?Price low. a22 lm*r VICTOR1NE it CO.?Will commence buaineaa at their eatahlialiment. No. 3SJ Broadway, up ataira.?Mad'lle VICTOK1NE, whoae name liaa become ao popular from ita frequent mention in tile Pariaian Jouinala of Faahion, and whoae houae at Firis w is the rendczvoua of the faahionable world, haa the liouor to announce to the ladiea of New York, that ahe will on Tueaday next, the 20th of September, open her eatabliahment for the aale of French Faahiona, consisting of Cloalu, Sliawla, Mantelettes, Aproni, Hata, Capa, Head Dreaaea, and Fancy Parisian Articles. The correajiondentanf Mad'lle Victonne will keep her constantly aupplied with the very latest Fashions. Two skilful French workwomen are always in attendance. al7 Ini*r rpo PHYSICIANS. OH MEDICAL STUDENTS.? A Wauted either a Physician or Student who may have nearly completed his studies, and contemplates graduating at the approaching term of medical lectures in this city?to lake an interest in an old and we'l established medical office, the business and income (being a cash business) of which is second to no other iu the city, or perhaps in the United States. Any gentleman whs may desire to treat with the advertiser on the sub jrrt of this notice, will please apply at 12 Peek Slip a!6 r THE SHIELDED VICTORIA SHAWL & DIAPER PIN. ANEW and important article for use in the nursery, and as a lasteniug to Udirs shawls, cloaks, lie. Patented in the Uniti d States and in Europe, t is rapidly gaining favor wherever introduced, and has become an article which it will be to the advantage of dealers in fancy hardware, Ike. in the country, to supply theinsr Ives with. For aale to the trade, by moat of the wholesale dealers in auch articles in the city of New York. Thread and needle stores and dealers in fancy articles, supSlied on liberal terms, at the mauufactoiy ol the patentee, Its ay atreet. Brooklyn. >22 Im'rc TAAILY EXPRESS LINES FOR ALBANY. UTICA, Lf BUFFALO. CHICAGO AND CANADA.?The subscribers having been engaged for the last twelve montlia running the Albany and Buffalo Express, in connection witn Harnden k Co.'s New York and Albany Line, have recently extended their Express Line Irom Buffalo to Albany, through to this city on their own account, will receive and forward uailv, (Sundays excepted,) Sjiecie, Bank Notes, Parcels, Packages, Bundles, and Cases of Goods, lo and from the fob lowing places, vix. :? Albany, Trov, Utica, Syracuse, Auburn, Ithica. Geneva, Canandaigua, Rochester, Safaris, Lockport, Buffalo, CleVelan I, Detroit, Chicago, and the intermediate placet. Alan, Oswego, | Sacketta tHarbor, Kingston and Toronto, Canada. Will promptly attend to the collection and payments of bills, notes, drafts and accounts, purchase and tale of gooda and produce by sample, and auch other tranarient buaineaa as may be entrusted to their care. Each Express will be accompanied by a competent messenger, together with res|>onsible agents in the principal towns upon the route. Merchauts and others may be assured that returns will be in this manner received mote ipeedily than in any other possible way. N. B.?Special Expresses run to any part of the country at short notice, aud upon reasonable terms. alb r _P< > ME ROY fc CO. No. 2 Wall street A CARD TO THE LADIES. MARIS DRESS-MAKING ESTABLISH VtENT?No. f 77)4 East Broadway, one door from Market street.?MRS. W. It. JEFFERS, late Mias S. Purser of 223 Broadway, respectfully informs her former enstomers and the Ladiea ueas at itie above-named establishment, where ahe wiii ilrvotr ne" attention to their service, anil confidently assures thoae l.idira vtho may favor her with their patronage, that Dreaari, Cloaks, tubus, kc., entrusted to her skill, shall be deliver ed ao tierfect in atyle, fit, and finiah of workmanship, aauot to be excelled at any ol the moat approved eatabliahmenta in Broadway, and for much more moderate prices. MH8. W. II. JF.FFKRS 77* East Broadway. N. B.?Maatera, Miaaca and Childrena' dreaaea made to order at the ahorteat notice. all lm*r 1 OVE, COURTsHU* AND MARKIAOfc.?Joat publish^ hi ed, Becklarda Phvsislogoical Mysteries and Revelationa in Love, Courtship and Marnier, an infallible guide-book for married and single peraoua, in inattera of the utmoat importance to tin- human race. Amongst the thintra duly conaidered inthia work ire?Canaea of and curea tor barretineaa ; Offspring, with modea for prevention and increase ; Ti e arta of beauty and conruhip ; The dancer ofaolitary prarticri, and how thr habit may b,- removed and its effects cured ; The canaea of Love of Jealouav, with a remedy for eradicating from tin mind ilie art-da of a hopeless, or an unhappy |uuaion, he. (kc. Tranalaled from the third Parts rilitiun, by Philip M. Howard. For aale at 102 Nassau atrert, price 7i centa Ordrra from the country, enclosing a dollar; directed to HOLLAND k GLOVER, New York city, will aecurc the work being aenl to any part of the United Statri. FRENCH ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. 1V/1R. J B. JAC(|UEMOD, manufacturer and importer of dvi. Fi ,-nch Artificial Flowers, S3 Lia|ienard street near Broad way. ias jnaf received by Havre packet Bully, Duchess d'Orlrana, and Iuwa, a Urge assortment of superior and fash innable now era and feathers, of the latest Parisian styles al 1m*ee _________________ plIEAF" FURNITURE.?Consisting, of mahogany, roae ^ wood, kc., for family use of the city and its vicfhuy s also orders executed for the Southern market. A large assortinrnt conntantly on hand. All firmtara manufactured it warranted of the b? al quality, the moat elegant ami neweait American and European pattern*. and al leaa than one half ine uatia prices, on account ol having amail eyeraea, and anpenntendau by the proprietor himself, and some 01 the first mechanics; therefore iir n enabled toennta <>ll orders with despatch and warranted workmanship. Furniture of e?ery description repaired and renovated to look equal to new?charge eitremely modvTlk pnhlic will oblige J. DE880IR. with a call in their Alley, netween Franklin and .White streets. Tns above Alley lays between Broadway and Elm street. N. B ? All appointments by letter punctually attended to. It lm-r I\K. j\Mfc8 ALEXANDER HOUSTON has has Coisaui/riwa Owut. ss No. I Ubsald Buu.diis? i corner of Nsssm sadl * - wHiimt J MISCELLANEOUS. RESTORE THE HUMAN HAIE. D ALD HEADS ANT) QIIEY HEADS HEAD Tit' - [ ** The human hair can b? restored if pro|?er auu scirLUM ?** 4 medses are ap|>lied. The proprietor of this assures you * ?li " word, that (feat uumbers come to his store whose hair this ha> n entirely restored. He requests yon to jive Jones* Oil of Coral li Civcaasia one trial, then judge for yourself. He pledges you h,? word ills all it U represented. These are its fi will make the hair arow, (on the h?ad, face, body, or any p*rt where nature intended hair to grow,) stay its falling out, cure scurf or dandnff, and make light,red,or gray hair grow dart from the roots in time. Among the numbers who hare used it and certify this, it W. Hopkins. ? King strret, N. y., J. Gilbert Jew eller, Hooston street, N. Y., and T. Power, grocer, Brooklyn. L.I. We t >uld offer hundreds of others if we chose. It is sold rep'reasonable, and itg ires the hair the most d-l?cioui dark silky appearance. . >nCi ly J, 5 or 8 shillings a bottle, three sites : sold by T. Jones.sign of the American fcagle, 82 Cliatnam street, N. Y.2agents, 139 Pulton street, Brooklyn. State struct. Boston. V Dork street. Philadelphia. s28 lm*r GUNS AND PISTOEA , EXCLUSIVELY. ;C0 1 1 JOSEPH, H Maiden lane. np ataira, importing agent for 1 O tlir fall! of Enxliah (Jerman *od k'rruch double and aincle aurrl FowIiuk and Ducking tiuiu, from ih. loweat to thrliD /at nualitiea ; Pistols of every description, for thi* aud other market*, embracing one hundred different kinda, all of which lie it uow |<re|Mireu w onri uie mnuuiuciurei pncei, oetog *l?minted agent for the largest houses ia that I iue iu Euru)>e , which enables hitn to sell at extremely low prices. A lantc assorted slock of the above always on hand. j City and country merchants aro particularly requested to call, previous to making their purchases. jyZ7 3m*r A CARD. ' TVJOT1CE TO THE LADIES-The subscriber, so well " IN known to the ladies ol New York for the sii|>erior s:yle of Ladies Shoes and Gaiter Boots, begs to state for the infor- . mation of Ladies visiting the city, as well as merchants and other traders, that his store it No. 70 Lispcnard street, one treat below Canal street, and near Broadway, where all can be supplied at the shortest notice, aud on. the fmosl liberal term,. Wholesale and rstatl. SAMUEL ALLEN. * For getting up the article of Ladies Shoes and Gaiter Boots we always considered Vlr. Allen lar superior to any man we ever liad in our employment. < THOS. LANE h SON, * ,15 lm*r No. 70Lispcnard st. near Broadway. r U ENRY SCOTT, No. J17 Water St., N. Y., keeps constant- , Tl ly ou hand a general assortment of Pickles, Catsups, Sauces, (kc , Preserves, Jellies, Brandy Fruits, lie., wholesale aud retail. < All orders for Shipping and Families punctually attended to al3 2m*r "STOVES! STOVES!! BACKUS' PATENT RARE FIER, OR FRUGAL HOUSEWARMER. 1 ryHE Proprietor, iu offering this valuable stove to the public, . J. would briefly state tome of the advantages of .heir improve , merit, which consist chiefly in the following particulars, viz:? 1 1?To obviate the evil of im- J?To be capable of afford- . pore ai d noxious gas in the ing a mild or an intense heat, horning of anthracite coal. 6?To avoid all incoveuience 1 J?To generate and diffuse from dust. 1 a warm and wholesome at- 7?To preserve tlie air of the 1 mosphere in places exposed to apartment pure and whole- s damp and cold. tome. a 3?To lesson the risk of aeci- 1?And to unite with all dtnt bv fire. tkose excellent qualities, an t?To be quickly kindled elegant and durable article of anil easily managed. furniture. e I his Stove it constructed of the best quality of Russia sheet t iio: U|ion the cylindrical plan?the furnace or lire-chamber i occ ipying a part of the centre cvlinder, to which it attached an : atm. spheric Rare tier upon each tide, of a tubular form, and lined throughout. The heat that is created in the chamber passn between the linings of the two rarefiert (or radiators as they ate called] into the base at the bottom, anda current of air continually rushing through the tubes, which are left open at each end lor that purpose, carries a great amount of rarefied or warm air into the apartment. The purity and softness of the air in a room heated by this ' stove are peculiar aud remarkable, the heat being diffused from a great extent of surihee moderately heated. The heated air, on entering the wings or sides of the stove,descends and spreads over the entire surface of the base at the bottom, keeping the colder portion of the air next the floor iu constant circulation? in the meantime preserving it entirely from contamination, i ? i ._ a.' r_-,i.. ...c. ... .1 i.l.. c... ineuts of invalids, sleeping rooma, lie. Manufactured by i E. BACKUS, 54 Bowery, N. Y. I N. B. A new article of air light stores, with rariiiers ; also ( the new kitchen companion cook stove, warranted eoual to any in use in this city. >27 lm*m I LONDON & MANCHESTER 1 INDIA RUBBER GOODS. ! TITHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No. I Wall street. The * V subscriber has received and offers for sale a large assort- 1 ment ofimixirted India Rubber Water Proof Goods, viz: Coats auo Caiies, of superior Laina, Cashnrere Laina, Persian, Merino aud Cotton, of all colors and sizes. Cloth?India Rubber, Water Proof, su|>er Lama, Lama Per sian and Cotton, prepared for t'-ilors. India Rubber Webbing", forsuspendrrs, corsets, lie. s28Cm*r CHA8. ABRAHAMSON. [ -THE NEW YORK ; XYLOGRAPHIC PRESS, 46 MAIDEN LANE, UP STAIRS. <; F? THE EXTENT of the varieties in this department the i proprietor may safely challenge competition with any other i establishment in the world, and has Uiiuer his own immediate 1 superintendence the most skilful workmen, and all the requisi.e t materials for executing every description of Xylographic En- 1 graving and Printing. ( Original Designs and Plates of evert- description executed in r the first style of the art, and beautifully printed in Bronze or t Fancy Colors. Druggists, Perfumers, Manufacturers, Groceis c and other Labels, constantly on haud, wholesale or retail, aud all articles connected with the trade. i Job Printing in every variety of style executed i n the best t manner to order, and on the most reasonable terms. f STEEL PLA'i'E AND COPPERPLATE ENGRAVING t AND PRINTING Notes, Checks, Drafts. Bills of Exchange, Certificates of Stock, do Deposile, Blanks or professional, weddang and visiting Cards, neatly engraved and printed, at si ort notice, and on the most reasonable terms. The lowest i>ossible price is char ged for all work done at this establishment. I All orders from the country punctually attended to, and articles ordered, forwarded to any part of the United Stales, or the Canadas. i16 lm'r CHAB. SHIELDS, Proprietor. A NEW & IMPORTANT INVENTION FOR THE LADIES. AARS. LOVE, Corset Maker, No. 68 l.ispenard street, re-L'-l spectfully informs the ladies of New York and its vicinities, that she has invented a new article for the preaerr-tiou of the health and strength during preguancv. This Abdominal Supporter m nerlcct iu it* application, acti>>g as a support, and i preventing; all (train upon the muscles, and the consequent !' tigue and eshaustion o?the whole system. It will preserve the I form in all its youthful symmetry Nothing that has ever been ? invented offers so many advantages as does this Abdominal i Supporte r for invigoratiug the system against every accident at- f tending gestation. I Mrs. L.has secured a patent. She begs to refer to the follow ing eminent gentlemen of the Medical Faculty:?Br. Francis, I Dr. Fond, Dr. McDonald, i'rofessor Oillmau. M D, Professor Parker, M D, A. C. Castle, M D, Dr. Nelson, Dr. Moore, J. W. Francis, St D, J. O. Pond, M D, J. W. Moore, M. D, J. , Neilson, M D. Country merchants and dealers snp|ilied wholesale with Corsets, Belts, and braces, on advantageous terms. s6 Imtr deafness. INVISIBLE VOICE CONDUCTOR. fPHESE instruments are to be obtained at 11. SIMPSON'S, -I- S, Astor House. Of a peculiarly simple construction, they merely require to be placed in the cavity of the ear to give immeditle relief to this disagreeable malady. Persons, non-residents of New York city, on the remittance of 4 dollars, can have a pair forwarded by post, or if desired a single one lor >1M. .... _ I N^B.?Agent for the sale of SIMPSON'S EAR CORNETS. sf lm*rc dr. feuchtwanger's /"kFFICE, No. 1 Wall street comer Broadway.?Manufacture " er of German Silver ia sheet,and faultless castings.of Aque fortis, Muriatic, Nitric and Pyroligueons Acids : of Tin Solutions, extract Logwood, Labarraguu Chloride of Soda, of Luuat Caustic. Prussic Acid; Liver of Sulpher, Iodides of Iron, Lesd and Mercury, Daauerrolype,Chemicals, Ether, Ammonia, Urauvilley Lotion, Chloride of (told, Phospliate of Soda,tic. Infallible Poisons for Bedbugs, Fleas, Fly Paper,Cockroaches Rats, Moths, Caterpillars, mosrhetoes; the compound chemical Whale Oil, Soap and Seed Piotector; Platina, Palladrine, Uoldloil and Bronxe, genuine Harlem Oil, imported. s9 lm*ec ladies. Y/fADAME COSTELLO, Female Physician, still continnes "l to treat, with astouiahing aoccest, all diseases |>ecaliar to females. Suppression, irregularity, abstraction, fcc, by whatever cause produced, can be lemoved by Madame C. in a very sort time. Madame C.'s medical establishment having undergone thorough repairs and alterations for the better accommodation of her numrronr patients, she prepared to receive ladies on the point of confinement, or ihose who wish to be treated lor obstruction of their monthly period. Maifeme C. can be consulted at her residence No. 34 Lispen ard st, at all nines, and with the strictest regard to secresy. All commnnicationsand letters most be pott-paid "'"medical notice. TU8T published, price id cents, by Dr. FAWCETT, of ? l96.Fulton street, New York, The Great Consoler lor the Mind in Distress?n popular inquiry into the conceaiea causes that destroy the physical energy and the ability of manhood, with observation, mi the haiielul elfects of solitary inualgence, local or constitutional weakness, nervous irritation. LOLtntnp tion, and on the partial or total estlnctiiA of the reproductive powers. The Doctor is also author of a new treatise which is exclusively written lor the setuitive female, who, while ?he shrink, abashed at the idea of revealing her sufferings. may nd in its page, a confidential and capable adviser Dr. F. continue to direct hit attention to tne entire erndica ifMMMWa, gleets, ilncturea, nocturnal emiaaions. ayidiilia in its worst forma, nervous irritation, constitutional debility, and all diaeaaes broncht on bi solitary habiu. Female diseases treated scientifically. Office 196 ? niton street. 22 1 m * r tjXflO REWARD.?OR099' SPECIFIC MIXTURE.? f si the Care of Uonnorrhaua, Gleets, Strictures ana analogous complaints o f the oigaa ao (generation. Of all remedies yet discovered for tit- above complaint!, this if the most certain. h makes a speedy and permanent cure, withoatt he leaat ruftriclion to diet, dnnk, exposure, or chance in application to b"i tineas. . . We give no Ion* onaekish recommendations to/decewe the public. If the metTieine doea not not apeak for itself, no one shall speak for it. Our object is to notify whare it ran be had, and the proprietor challenges a single ease of recent Oonnorrhma to W brought, in which the mixture will not enect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture of ISM. ? . , This is a disease that unfortunately pervadea all ranks of so eiety?high, low, rich and poor, matrimonial and single. They are here nreseuted with a remedy by which they can cure themselves wlhont the leaat exposure in the short^ time possible. Further, the disease cannot be contracted if a dose ol the mixture is taken at night on going to bed when eiiiosed. It IS pot op ill bo idea with lull direction* accompanying it, at I $1 a bottle- One bottle lasts a week, which generally cures? < many are enred in two daya. For sale only at Wm. H. Mfcor'a, 192 Broadway, corner of r John street, oiiposite k ranklin Home, New York; J Jones, t corner of Cheetnnt and Seventh streets, Philadelphia; and at J c M. Smith'a 13# Washington street Boston. ill lm? , PHYSIOLOGICAL. ' IkAYBTERIES AND REVELATIONS IN LOVE, r ivo. Courtship and Marrivwe?an infallible Ouidr-Book for i Married and Single Persona, in matters of the almost im|*>r- , tance to the Human Hare. By Engine Becklard, M. D. 1 Among the things duvy considered in this work are mattera of aerioui importance to single and young married persona? ? The causes ef, and cure for Sterility?The art of Beauty and ] Conrtahip?1 lie danger of solitary practices, and how the lie.hit y may he removed?The caniee of Love and Jealousy. with a r remedy for eradicating from the system the seed* of a >opeless r orio nnhtppy i>*ssi<>ri?Offspring, including mod#* for the pro- . pitiation or nrereution thereof?Tests for knowing the Miri of unborn children?Intermarriage?Persons who ought and onght not to marry?The most auspicious season for wedlock, fcc. Price 75 cenu. For sale at 125 Fulion street. and 459 BroadWiy k2t 1 in* r STRAW GOODS. T BENNETT, 39 John and llltf William im porter and manufacturer of Italian and English 9fr,w goods, respectfully informs his customers from the South ind elsewhere, that he has on hand a splendid assortment of ladies fashionable straw goods, suitable for the fall season, rit. '?Italian, Rutland, French and English Dunsublts, black Florence Braid, Prince Albert, Bchell, Bchell and Imperial, line Tuscan Brmtt* ill ln*rc TAILORING. MARTIN'S Cuh Tailoring KlUMbluient, 154 IViUiam Street, Cantor / ?9nn Street, 9 decidedly the cheajiest in the city. There it Always no hend a teleel etock of seasonable goods, purchased for cath, .Inch will be made up to order in the tlyle of make tit trimling, fce., that hat given eueh general aatiaractioa during the lit toar yean, and at a twain ve saving of 10 i>er cent. Gr nth turn are requested to call and examine. Those who iruish theit own eooda, can hare them MADti AND TKIMMED. Drees Coala, made and trimmed, -$7 00 to (1 50 Kroek Coata, do do I 00 to 9 50 Paiila and Veete, 1 75 to 2 00 ^ Over Coata, 9 00 la 11 CO STJtr-^: ""' ""ZM.ILHAELX MARTIN. NEW CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, NO 92 CHURCH ST. (BETWEEN READE AND j CHAMBERS BTREEI8. d GENTLEMEN f?niish;ng their own icoods can have them J made up in the most fashionable French atyle, cheaper hau ever offered before in this city. Overcoat* made and trimmed $3 50 Krock coala " " ' ?r.r^puanu " " $1 50 to t 75 d00e l"e "^SAMUEL WYANT. AMERICAN .MACINTOSHES. PHESE Water Proof OarmenU, a? now being furnished at A our establishment, are, in every |waaible re.peet, fully qual to the imported, either Krruch or English, and much etter inade up. The style of cut and ftt is such as will bear ompansou with the most exquisite of the imiK>rted coats, and re now generally preferred. Dealers supplied on favorable rrms. (seatlemeu who prefer, may be measured sndgarmenU ut to their taste. Remember?Day, 45 Maiden Laiic, is the uly manufacturer of the real American Macintosh HORACE H. DAY, Successor to Roxbury India Rubber Company, 2 lm*r Warehouse r*mnvn/l fw?m Vl anl-n l .ann SHIRTS." SHIRTS made after the latrit and moat approved French J patterns. Coats, | antalnona, vrtu, and all under garments, nade to order at ahort notice and in the most fashionable style. Gentlemen's r uraishing Store, t>7 and ?9 Maiden Laiib, New fork. a3 3m?r WM. COLLINS. SfiUfrS.?United Sutra Shirt Manufactory, 77 William st, J corner of Liberty, New York. Notice is hereby given to nerchanu a,nd traders in general, that the proprietor of the ibove establishment has adopted a new method ol a.auufacturnit, which enables him to sell Ins shirts at a cheaper rale than iny other house in the city. This statemeut will be affirmed iy the list of prices, as follows ine Muslin Shirts, with Linen Bosoms aud Collars, per dor, $7 jo Jo, stitched in the Bosom and Collars, per doa, 9 oo Jo, colored, new patterns, lame sizes, per doz, 7 00 Also, a lame quantity of Bosoms and Collars constantly on land, which will be offered cheap for cash. >9 I in r E VANDERPOEL, No. 357>? Broadway, having completed ler arrangements for receiving arte earliest fashions, offers her ervices to ladies of taste, who are desirous of economising in irticles of dress. Muslin Dresses made in genteel style, (3 00 Silk " 3 00 Every article of dress now in votrue, may be had at the low st remunerating prices, and she natters herself that she can uit the tastes of the most fastidious, satisfied llial loose who nu^Jai^irJie^eithji^caM^^lljjome^agadin^^^^^^sUnmJ^r MEDICINES. CERTAIN CURE mhr for deafness. VffONS. MALL AN?Sound Magnifiers?Invisible Voice lvI Conductors.?To enable persons instantly, at .u advanced ige, and of forty and fifty years standing, of extreme deafness, aid of those who are ouly slightly dull of hearing, to join in [eueral conversation, and to catch the sound of a distant low ipeaker at a public assembly They are the size of a very mall gold seven shilling piece: and when <u the cavity of the lars, they are not iu the least perceptible, nor more unvomfor able than having a small piece of fine wool in its place. And ilthough they are so extremely small, yet they enable those af licted with extreme deafness to hear, in every respect, equal. o those of most acute hea. iug. To be had of Mous MALLAN & SON, Surgeon Deutists, Sole Agents for the patentee, No. 3 Park Place, oue door from Broadway. The above invention has been iu us* in Europe for some years and is strongly recommended, being oue of the greatest uscuvciiri 01 nit* axe. Perseus, nou-resideuts of New York city, on the remittance )f $10, ca a hare a pair forwarded by post. >20 lm*r LUCINA CORDIAL. [V/T AGNIN'S LUCINA CORDIAL, for the sure and .peedy IYX cure of incipient consumption, barienness, impotency, lulorhse or whitea, gleet, obatrncted, dificult or painful menatruition, incontinence of urine, or involuutary discharge thereof, uid lor the general prostr ition of the sysl? m, no matter whether the result ofinherent cauaea.orof causes produced bv irreguarity, illness, or accident. Tnc wide-spread celel rity of this wouderful and inestimable tnrdial in both hernia) teres is a sufficient guarantee lor ita plick and positire success in curing all the above affections tud complaints. Nothing can be more surprising than itsinvi [orating effects on the human frame. Persons all weakness and assitude before taking it, at once become robust and full of inery under its intluece. It immedi ilely counteracts the nervdessuesa or looseness of lite feofele frain-, which is the only :ause of barrenness; and which, prior to Dr. Magiiin's discovery was considered to be incurable. Aud it speedily removes fie im|iediments produced by physical prostration, which fre lueut >* deter meu from getting married. Language, indeed, .annot do justice to the merits of the Lucina Cordial, which is egard"d by the heads of the (acuity in Ml | aru of the wotld as tite of the most imiiortaiit medical discoveties of any age. Price (2 |>er bottle. Sold at 92 Nassau street, and No. 90 North Sixth rcrt, Philadelphia. a28 lm*r VALIER'S FRENCH PILLS. fYNE box of these inestimable Pills are worth all the Quack ^ Medicines in the world, forthe cure of a certain disease. Commf.ivt.?If we examine fhe nature of the shove uisease ind the situation of the parts affected, we must consider it a rery important object to be able to obtain a remedy at once certain in ita amion, and at the tame time composed of such iugrelieoia as will prevent the possibility of discovery while using it. It is a fact well known to many, that most of the reined'es offered for these diseases are composed of such nauseous drugs, is to render it almost impossible to continue llieir use witnout treating a sickness at the stomach or other uiip.easant conveniences. Such hein^thr cas>-, there can be no doubt hut such mncuy iu r AL<iri\ s r nrAtn iii.r.rr will int ri the unircrsal approbation, being entirely free from those t>Ujrctious, tieaaant in their operation and prompt in removing the diseaae. I'he proprietor would here remark, tint the eftiocy of these Pills lit the disorder* alluded to, are not bised upon supposition; >n the contrary, it is funndcd upon rational experience, having isrd them in a successful practice for upwarui often tears he eels confident of thcirsu|>eTiority over the ..-unifies hitherto tmployed. Sold at No. 92 Nassau street, 4.W Broadway, and 90 North Sixth street, Philadelphia, Price $1 per box. s2tlm*r MADAME RESTELLt. C?EMALE PHYSICIAN, Office and residence, 111 Green " wich street, betweeu Courtlaudt -ud Liberty streets, where the can be consulted with the strictest confidence on con] ilaiuts incident to the female fiame. Madame Restell'sexperiencaand knowledge in the treatment >f obstinate cases of female irregularity, stoppage, auppreasion, kc., is auch aa to require but a few daya to effect a perfect :ure. Ladies desiring proper medical attendance during coninement or other indu|<otition, will be accommodated during inch time, with private and respectable board. " Preventive Powders," for marTied ladies, whose de icate or precarious health lorbids a too rapid increase of family, will be sent by mail to any part of the United States. Price IS a package. All Letters (post paid) addressed to ' box 861, New York. Boston Office, No.7 Essex street." N. B.?Madame RESTELL would inform ladies residing int of the city, whose health would not admit of travelling,that ihe would devote her persoual attendance upon them iu auy part of the United States within reasonable distance, si lm*r FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. f"]WING to the celebrity, efficacy, and invariable success of c' Madame Kesletl's Female Monthly Pills in all cases of irregularity, suppression, or stoppage of those functions of nature upon whien the health of every female de|ienils, since p eir introduction into the United States, now about four years, counterfeits and imitations arc constantly attempted to be palmed olf for the genuine. Che p common pills a e purchased at twelve cents a box, put up in different boxes, and called? "Female Monthly Pifls." with tlieotueotof sell hi* them, ,f possible, at one or two dollari a box. Females are therefore cautioned against these attempts to int|iose upon thein It is ufficienl here to state that ail peinale M.uithlv l'ills are counterfeit*. except those sold at Madame Rested'* Prtnci|ial Office, US llrrruwirt, street New V.irlr ml 7 ,lr..l l.A.f/,* Price SI. Madame Rcslell's signature is wntien on the carer of each box. N. B.?They can be uxed by married or single, by following Che direction* enclosed inside of each box. Bold also by sp pointment at 394 Grand street, comer of Allen, New York. 1 lm*r TO MARRIED LADIES. A/TADAME RESTELL'S PREVENTIVE POWDERS. cvA?These invalnable Powdershare blen universally adopted in Europe, bat France in particular, forupward* of thirty yean, as well as by thonsandsin this conntry, as being the only mild, safe, and efficacious resnedy for married ladies whose health forbids a too rapid increase of family Madame Restell, as is well know n, was for thirty years Fe male Physician in the two principal Female Hospital* in Europe?those of Vienna and Paris?where favorcc hp her great rsperieiiee and opportunities, she attained celebrity in those great discoxtriea in medical science so specialty adapted to the female frame, for which her medicines now stand nun vailed, as well in tins country as in Europe. Her acquaintance with the physiology and anatomy of the femal* frame, enabled her?by tracing the decline and ill health of married leinsles. scarce in the meridian of life, and the consequent rapid ana often apparently inexplicable tanset which consigu many a fond mother to a premature jrave?to their true source?to arrive at a knowledge of the primary causes ol female indispositions?especially of married females?which, in 180S, led to the discovery c her celebrated " Preventive Powders." Their adoption has been the means of preserving not only the health,out even the life of many an affectionate wife and fond mother. The advertiser feelinjr the importance if this inbjeet, and ea ( mating the vast benents resulting tC thousands by their adoption, would most respectfully arouse ,.ie attention of the mar ned, by all tkat they hold near and dear, to their consideration, la it not wise and virtuous to prevent evils to which we are subject, by iimplc and healthy means within our control. Every dispassionate, virtuous, and enlightened mind will unhesitatingly answer in the affirmative. Price five dollars a package, accompanied with fnll and particular directions. Tiwy can be forwarded by m at to any irnrt of the United States. All letters must be post paid, and addressed to MADAME RES1 ELL. k i male Physician. Principal office. Ml Greenwich itreet. New York. Office honra from 9 A.M. to 9 o clock P.M. Boston office No. T Eaaes st. si hn*r PORTUGUESE FEMALE PILLS. VJ. DE BOUDK L OQ UB,D*,"L*sIlON, PORTUGAL THE Scientific combination of ingredients of which thesa , Pills are composed, have made tliem Hie wonder and ndmi. ntiou of the world. They are known all over Kuroi>e to ha he only preparation eter discovered that has proved invariably crtain in prodncing the monthly turns. Their certainly, in afl isies, being snch that thev must not be used during pregnancy br tiiongh always mild, safe, and healthy, they are certain to -roduce miscarriage if used during that period. The directions are translated into English And art ent sloped nund with flie seal of the importer, stamped. Each hoi conains the signature of M. de Boudrloque. and the Eugliah di ectiona have the signature of Dr. F. MELVEAU, authorised gent fer the continent of America. They can be transmitted by mail to any part of the United itates. Letter* directed to Dr. F. Melvoau, box 34, New fork, will meet with immediate attention. All letters must >e 1-ost paid. Bold by appointment at 120 Cherry, near Cathv ine street. Triee ti. Half boxes $3. No hair boxes sent by noil si lm*r dltw PUBLISHED DAILY BY JARIK8 GO R DO IV I1BHSETT, H. W. CORNER. FULTON AND NASSAU STREETS. The New Yona Heuald?A daily paper, issued every norning of the week?pnee twn emit per copy. Conntry nit* bribers furnished st the same rate, for any *i?ecifie period, on i remittance in advance. No paiwr seut, ui lea* |?id in advance. Tng Wxxiti H??ali>?k-sued every Sntuiduy morning at line o'clock?price six end a quarter eeufi per copy?furnished o country snkecribers at S3,ti per annum, in advance, or at the lame rate for any specified period. CoannsroniiKirrt are reonested to address their latte-s te faios Uonoo* Bewwett. Proprietor and Editor?sndall ev, Lsia on taMMoai moot ba Mat Mud,

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