Newspaper of The New York Herald, August 20, 1843, Page 4

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated August 20, 1843 Page 4
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Navibattojc or the Ohio.?The Pittsburgh Chronicle attempts. with zeal worthy of a better cause, to convince the world that the Ohio river iu the biggest at the Utile end, and that the navigation i* better between Wheeling and Pittsburgh than between Wheeling and Cincinnati. The HCKTtion w nbi-urd, and shows falsehood cn its face. Ttiere are five shoals, laid down in the chart, above Wneeling, to one below, and the point-.are equally shallow The difficulty of navigation above Wheeling maybe proved conclusively, by the following facts. In 1888, Ti boats arrived at this place from below, and were compelled to return down because of the low Mage of water, although laden principally for Pittsburgh, and principally Pittsburgh boat* In 18R9 there were 71 under the same circumstances, 1840, 72; and in 1841, 74; in 1842, 84. It was tor the interest of these boats to go to Pittsburgh if they could. They did not; and the lact lsevidencr that they could not. In (act, we never heard a single individual except a Pittsburgh editor, state that there was asgood navigation above as below Wheeling- Even the American Encyclopedia, a work certainly not written in prejudice, states that "Wheeling is the highest point on the Ohio, from which passengers or freight can be shipped with anv degree of certainty." The Pittsburgh papers, in the same breath that they boast of plenty of water in the rivens, sing poems to their little wet-tailed dinkey boats, that a cart-load of rock would sink in their best days, and between which and a John Rogers's bake oven, with Captain M'Gruder's short allowance, the traveller would have much difficulty in choosing. Why is this 1 what is their fancy lor little sternwheel whirligigs that cannot run two miles an hour in daylight, it they have plenty ol water 1 Can you tell us that, master? But, |>shaw 1 this story of the Chronicle is only, as a transcendentalist would say, one ot the " category of the iutinite" lies that the Pittsburgh papers love to tell for show.? Whaling Times. ixws of the Tennessee Valley.?The steamboat Tennessee Valley, which left St Louis ou the 7th inst. for New Orleans, sunk in deep water after proceeding about 100 miles. Boat and cargo a total loss One man is supposed to have been drowned. All tho h.v.l,. k.llo ..1 ?t business paper connected with the boat, were lost, she havtnesunk in about five mtnuteB from the time she ttruck. Her cargo consisted of -WO or 7(KK) sacks corn; 150 in 200 hhda. tobacco; 4lt0 hbls flour; 600 sackaoaU; 1800 sacks wheat; 400 or 500 pigsot lead, and a large quantity of merchandize, furniture, baggage, tec. There was no insurance on the b?at and nothing was saved ?Ph>l Chron. GREATWMPROVEMKNT^iN FRICTION MATCHES. ANEW ARTICLE OF MATCHES, without brimstone or any other offensiee quality, and actually waterproof, has latelv i patented by letters patent of the United State* in favor of the inventor. W. K. Ashard, and are now manufactured and offered t? the public by the proprietors of s.iid patent at No 161 Bleeker street, New Vork, where all who wish to purchase good matches are invited to Call and prove them. And all persons whatever are hereby notified of the said patent and warned not to violate or infringe upon the same in any manner, lesl they incur the penalties of the law in such cases. These matches ignite witn ease and certainty ill all weathers and climates, and burn with a brilliant flame ; and if placed in a vertical position, will continue to burn long enough to seal several letters with wax. They may lay immersed in water for hnurs and days, and it is believed even for weeks and when taken out and aried, will iguite and burn as before. Three qualities of these matches are made and sold as above namely?No. 1, Extra and Perfumed.^ The latter are agreeably scented and fit for ladies' toilets. Exporters, segar smokers, housekeepers, and all who use mxlches^ will readily perceive how decided the advantage posseted by these over all others. Orders and communications to lie addressed to G BOWEN, No 161 Bleeker st. jv2l lm*r Agent fur the Patentees and Manufacturers. rpo MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN J- WOOLLKNS.?Henry Migeou,, Finisher ol Cloths, Cassimeres. Satinets, He. corner ol Laight and Washington st., N; V.. respect!uljy informs the manufacturers and dealers in Woollens, that his establishment is now in successful operation, and that he is prepared to execute with promptness all orders in his line that may be confided to him. Specimens ol his workmanship may be seen on application to the gentlemen whose names are annexed, and to whom he has liberty to reler. He also reler* to the following remark upou his workmanship, at the Fair at the American Institute. THE GOLD MEDAL lias been awarded to H. Migeou, for the most beautifully finished Cloths, Cassitneres, and Satinets, displayed at the late exhibition ; the Institute have thus become their testimony to the perlection of the art, by which Mr. Migeou has augmented one of the most important sources of the manufacturing wealth of the United State*, by adding, at a very trifling cost, from ten to fifteen tier cent to the value of the cloths submitted to his process ol finishing and preparation. The brilliant finish and silky smoothness ol the cloths thus prepared, must satisfy every one who will examine them, ol the great superiority of the process pursued by Mr Migeou. Manufacturers and im porters will do well to acquaint themselves by personal examination with the merit of his invention. Orders may be left at Nos 63 and 64 Pine st, REFERENCES Halsted, Haines tk Co., 31 Nassau street. Lambert Jk Wolcott, 63 Pine street. W. C. Langley St Co., 64 Pine street, Wilson, Bntler &Co., 27 William street. D. Bregham, 60 Pine st. ]V23 lm*r DWILHELMS, No. 231 Broad \?y, opposite the Fountain, has received a large supply m Goods, which he offers wholesale, and retail, at very reasonaule prices? Berlin, Xephir, worsted. German, carpet and shaded Worsted Embroider, Pattern, a beautiful selection 0UTUI of every description Worsted, Silk, Cotton, Oold and Silver, Embroideries, Trim? mill? hiiiI Flower making Chenille Floss and Purse Milk, plain and shaded Artificial Flowers and Feathers A creat variety of cast irou Work Perlumery, to be sold in packages from >4 to >i' gross, at very low jirices Fancy Note Papers, Wafers and Envelopes, together with a large assortment of fancy articles, Gloves, Work and Segar Cases Rings and Ta?*els for punas. anl2 lm'ec CROTQM WATER?DAYS FIRST PREMIUM I.N D1A RUBBER HOSE is confidently recommended fo any purposes for which leather 11 used,and is warranted (o pos> sens the following properties :? 1st?It is perfectly tight under pressure of the Croton. 2d?It is made of the strongest fabrics, and will not mildew to injure iu the least, and requires no attengion. 3d?It is not destroyed by coming in contact with oil or grease, nor stiffened by cold weather, nor can the rubber decompose, as inferior articles are ill 110 rase used. Should the least complaint he made of the Hose, not possessing the above properties, it will be taken back, at any time inside of six montlis from its purchase, and other given iu exchange without charge. 4th?Coupling and jet pipes will be attached without charge. Buyers will note that we are clearly satisfied that thi? hose (the process of making which is unknown to any other in the trade) is just tile article loug wanted for leading water and many other liquids. HORACE H. DAY, jyl7 lm*r Successor to Roxhury I R. C..45 .Maiden lane UNITED STATES TEA EMPORIUM, 121 late 129 Chatham street, New York. Anil 116 Fulton street, Brooklyn. Ai.tficy, 31b Blei.ik?r Street, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. rpHE ( ANTON TEA COMPANY continue to otter for A sale new and fragrant Teas of every variety and style.? Their assortment fpecially includes the most delicious and powerful grades of (ireen and Hlack. Every package bears th? stamp of neatness autl elegance, and the Teas therein are so thoroughly secured from light and air, that their quality and power will remain unimpaired in any climate. Their system of prosecuting business is, |>erhaps, scarcely to be excelled. It is founded upon the utmost regard to the rights ol the customer, especially with res|>ect to weight ana quality, and unrivalled cheapness. All purchasers are called upon to return any articles which fail to give them the utmost satisfaction, which the money will be cheerfully and promptly refunded. Country merchants, public establishments, heads of families, and shipmasters will tind it a decided advantage to supply themselves from this establishment. Oruitt Java Coffee roasted even- day. Orders from all parts of the Uuitea States executed with trromntitude and despatch. :T7" The only warehouse in America for the sale of Honqua's celebrated Black Te* j28 Im'm INDIA TEA COMPANY. 188 Canal street, New York. "FNCGCRAGED by the satisfaction given since the opening -"of their establishment respectfully invite the attention of merchants and families to their ample stock of superior Teas and Coffee, purchased for cash, by one of the firm, Ion* experienced iu the &ud for years an ins|?cior of 'l eas imported by the East India Tea Company, of-London. They confidently recoin mend them, uot ouly as ilia best in quality, bat as cheaper, fro 10 to li per cent than can be had elsewhere. All orderspromptl and faithfully executed. au8 lm*m dS'nrj REWARD-CROSS'SPECIFIC MIXTURE for the cure of Cionorrhna, (Jleets, Strictutea and analogous complaints of the organ of generation. Of all remedies yet discovered for the (above complaints this is the most certain. It makes a siwedy and permanent cure, without the least restriction to diet, drink, exposure or chance in application to business. We give no long quack recommendations to deceive the public. If the medicine does not tjieak for itself no one shall s!>eak for it. Our object is to notify where k can be had, and the proprietor challenges a single case of recent Gonorrhoea to be brought, in which the mixture will not effect a rapid cure, under a forfeiture of IWd This is a disease tiut unfortunately pervades all ranks of society?high, low. rich and poor, matrimonial and single. They are here presented with a remedy by which they can cure themselves without the least exposure, in the shortest time possible. Further, the disease cannot be contracted if a dose of the mixture is taken at night on going to bed when exposed. It is put up in bottles with full directions accompanying it, at Si a bottle. One bottle lasts a week, which generally cures ?many are cured in two days. For sale only it \Vm.. H. Milnor's, 192 Broadway, corner of John siieet, opposite Franklin House, New Vork ; J. Jones, corner of Chestnut and Seventh streets, Philadelphia ; and at .1 M Smith's, 118 Washington street, Hmtrai j\ 11 im'rc li. M PKVSKK, & CO., "MO. 110 William street, corner of John strwt, and 4J7 Broad, way hsve received by re. ent arrivals, an extensive supply of the >llowmg F ANt'Y OOODS, which were carefully ae(acted by a competent person at Paris, Berlin, Sir., and which they oner lor sale, in wholesale and retail, on liberal terms, Tit:? Berlin Zephyr and Oerman Worsted?the must complete assortment. Berlin Embroidery Patterns?a choice selection < ?? ? <7 kmhroiderv, of cotton worsted, linen, bilk, gold and silter, of all wnlths and qualities Silk ? lien ille . for embroidery, trimming aud flower making. Turse I wist, Oermsn, ! re?rb and ?n|fish, plain and shaded, Kloaa ?4ilk for KmbroiJrry and Fring* makera, in aktina and on ?|?x>l?. Su.nwidWf, ?at*rhlr ?rabroider*d, and Hn?i?nd?r Trim<?*ld, Silrw and 8t<*l B??d?, in all Noa. Mothar of P?arl, (*old, HiItw and 8t*irl Pnra* Oruamviita. (k>l?t and Silver ni?p, Braid, ford, Twin, Thread and TukJI hmlirmWr Framw, and a rariety of difw^fit fancy Arttnla. Artificial Flowura?a choice aelccfion. Kriuum, of c.ittou woraWd aud milk. iiiijxirteii and ilom?atic '>ini|? Taa??i> Buttona and all olhar kind of trimmuiK. jy 17 Jm'ee MANUFACT( ? V OF CUT, PLAIN AND MOULDED OLAM. /")! ?"-i> ilctcriitlioii. ( rvm li aud F.nwlish Porcelain, aafral, " and t Ui laiii|? wananu-d, icirandiilea of aii|M*rior quality, *!" f !. i ><i 1.1 ic in a ,| w III til arr hi iln- habit of paying i.i .,ii... , i *'...?? *rtii le? -n la ii xriml di?<o?cr\ I. iWlnii b' i.'U MHiint. m.: s thiii-innalera, and iainilifa, that ii. i i in (rl aii|>plicd ?t ??r> irmiWraUr |>riic?, at 8tou??*iiel fc Bi . ? 11 - in null,., ii, N.. jft <t..|d ur at tln-ir tl?* iis i !.?. .ii-'-' i- -i It i lwi O Ik ?ant to in any i . I th' I ..until Ii". All arm If. inatrlimJ to pattcnn, ami I'li.i cut to older. W)mb?al? and rrt*|l. I ill an'l ??u?f\ vur??lVf about quality aud pricca an 1 iin'rc STOtVtNU. k JIHOTHSK* B?PWW>". . . . I. . ' EXCHANGE HOTEL l rPHK ?nbtcnbrx would inform his Irifud* *uU U?* l*}| * lw luu lately uk?ii Un Kiehaagv ll?l*l. Cyithndt trori, iu ihecityof New )ofV-, ?* *{* ' thoroughly repaired, and refurnished in an elegant and commodious manner, and in ?*?ry j|*T IVf.'jfc mful ln\ givmtest ilwifv !i?i l>ern 1? fumieh everv thioj that th* spirit of iiif age mjnirai fiom coin|>etitors lor pvblic favor. Its location in the busmen wit* .??? and convenient pronnun to the iwints ol imvil and departure of the steamboat and Milroad linn of communication, particularly recommend it to lb* business and travelling community; while, at the urnf time lilt modente charges will be adapted to tha times. He ha* Ik*m so fortunate u lo se< urn tlie service* of Mr. fcra?ni? Phel|>s, oue of the late proprietor*, who will b? the priuci|?l manager. which, of itself, IK lewis confident will he tha best guarantee that can be offered, that every thine will be to conducted as to give entire satisfaction to tliose who shall favor him with their |>atrouag*. V. B. KYEKSON, New York. July 29, 1843 a3 lm'rc BOARDTNO REDUCED." TITALTON MANSION HOrSE-3? Pearl street, Krank?* lin Suuare, New York.?J. Kowler 4t Sou bee leave to return thank* to their friends and the public iu general, for the liberal support they have received for several years past at the above hotel, and hope, by strict attention lo business to merit a continuance of their lavors, the proprietors having reduced the pricea of Boarding to SO cents per day, or two dollars fifty cents per week. The houa? is situate iu the most business part of tha city, l>emg convenient to the Albany, Boston and Philadelphia steamboats: likewise to the London, Liverpool and Bristol nackets. The above house needs no comment as it is one of tne most airy and spacious premises in the city, hav ing a large y:trd with a line spring of water, with every other requisite to make it comfortable. Iu fact, the above house combine* mora comfort in its line of business, than any otlier iu the city. The senior proprietor, being always on the premises, he will see every attention paid to his guests, not only by himself, but by his agents and servanta. Ale*, wine*, spirits. &.C. 3 cents a glass. Kine Loudon aud Dublin |>orter, in draught and bottle. P. S.?Private rooms for familie*. No cliarge for storage. N. B.?No connection whatever with the W alton House uett door. j2 2m* r AMERICAN HOTEL,JNKW^YORK;?Having compl* -? ? It'll I lit' rril.drs SIIU Ul uir .1.IIJIU the adjoining house (which I have annexed to it) I res|>ectfully olicit from my friends ami the public a continuation of their patronagt Tli? situatiou is as good as that of any similar ei lablisliment in the city. It fruiits on the Park, and the Fouu tain is immediately opposite. The home hat Ik*u newly carpeted, and every thing thoroughly repaired. 1 In. re WM. U. COZZENS. ROOMS T(? LET. JN THE BELMONT HOUSE. NEW BRIGHTON? 1 The Subscriber baring fitted up this establishment at a treat expense, for the comfort of his friends and the public, and grateful for the very liberal patronage already bestowed on linn, trusts by l?s exertions to please for a continuance of it. lie begs to inform them that he has still two double and three single rooms unoccupied which he will let on terms lowto suit the times, if immediate applicatiou be made, and will be happy to accommodate |>ersons wishing to eujoy the beauty and advantages of this place. The situatiou is one of the most desirable on the Terrace.? Haviug a very fine large bathing house directly in front, the boardeis can enjoy that luxury w ith the greatest convenience and pleasure. The steamboats ply constantly throughout the day to and from New York. OEORGE PIERI8, Belmont-House, New Brighton. June 28th, 1813. j30 r EL1ZA.BKTHPOR I'TJOTKL" ELIZA BETHPORT, NEW JERSEY. rPHE subscriber begs to announce to his friends and the J- puhlie, that he lias taken said Hotel, (lately kept by E. Aldricli,) which lias undergone a thorough cleansing anu repair, and is now open as a public boarding house for the recepiiou of visitors. The table will be furnished with uvery variety the market affords, and every attention will be cheerfully bestowed that w ill conduce to the health, comfort or enjoyment of visitors, with price* to suit the times. The near proximity of Elinbethport to New York, renders this a desirable summer retmat for merchants and others, engaged in busines in the citJ", a? the steamboats Cinderella and Waterwich leave New \ ork,?t>ier No. I North River, and Elizabethport ever}- two hours during the day. JAMES MOORE. jy 18 lm'r NEW LEBANON SPRINGS is the most healthful and pleasant place of resort for visitors during the summer months, in the United States. Visitors from the south, who intend visiting that place, will find it the most expeditious route to land at Hudson, thence by railroad to Edward's Depot, where stages are in readiness to carry them to the Springs. The cars leave Hudson at 6 A. M. and 4 P. M. or on the arrival of the boats from New York, and passenger* arrive at the Springs in three hours from Hudson. a3 3w*r RETRENCHMENT THE ORDER OF THE DAY. VTOTICE to Citizens of New York and Strangers sojourning in the City.?G O S L 1 N O ' S SPLENDID DINING ROOMS, Nos. til and 66 Nassau street.?The immense patronage w Inch has been extended to the subscriber bv a liberal and enlightened community, has enabled him to enlarge and imSirove his Dining Rooms so as now to accommodate two hunIred persons at one time. Whilst making these additions to his favorite and well known establishment, he has not been unmindful of the still greater comforts and conveniences of his customers?having thoroughly ventilated the light airy saloon, and detached the kitchens, so as completely to exclude the eliluvia and heat which uecessarily arises from cooking for two or three thousand persons per day. The vtalla of the saloon have b?*n embellished by some of the most elegant and costly Oil Paintiugs of the ancient and modern schools: marble pillars and statuary, and busts of Washington, Na|>oleon, Sic. Sic. The bill of fare surpasses all others in any part of the United States?including salmon of 30 and 40lbs weight, at 18 3-4 cents per plate, with anchovy sauce, butter, bread, Sic.; all kinds of roast and boiled meats Of tic best qualities, with bread and vegetables, at 6 cents per plate: green peas, new |>otatoes, asparagus, strawberries. Pastry of all kinds; turtle and other soups steaks, chops, Sic. and one hundred other different articles of the choicest description, at prices equally low. Best Java Coffee, green and black Teas, at 3 cents per cup ; Chocolate 6 cents, Sic. Sic. Attentive and civil waiters are employed, who speak the French, Spanish, German and Dutch languages. Every- article is served up in the neatest |>ossihle style?ana in every department of the establishment competent and experienced overseers are placed. Having visited and being conversaut with the mode of business of many of the best conducted Dining Saloons in Europe, America, auikthe West Indies, the subscriber feels no hesitation in assuring his fellow citizens that his establishment is inferior to none that he has s?en in any portion of his arrangements?besides which, the superior qualities and low prices of even* article included in the Daily Bill of Fare must, in that res|>ect alone?exclusive of all other considerations?render it the very ne plus ultra of Eating House on this Continent. The establishment has b>*n supplied throughout with Croton Water, w hich passes through improved filterers^ and the Saloon is ojieii every day from 6 o'clock A. M. until 9 P.M., and on Sundays from 7 o clock A.M. until 8. j9 3m?r HENRY GOSLING. book-keeping. rPHOMAS JONES, Accountant, 183 Broadway, continues A throughout the Summer months to receive pupils who are practically and thoroughly instructed in the various duties of the desk. Private lessons are given when preferred. Published and for sale by the author as above?" Jone's Principles and Practice of Bookkeeping,"' 8vo. $1 ifl. This work has been adopted in many of the first Academic institutions in this country v and has been republished in England. For a synopsis of this improved method of teaching, se* art. 2 Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, Dec. 1842. Accountantshi|i?Accounts adjusted in cases of disputs, litigation, insolvency or death. Books opened or balanced. a3 Im*rc "buttons. PATENT AGATE BUTTON DEPOT, Patkhsojc, New Jkrsey. THOS PROSSER. jyzD im-r raieniee. ______ "DALE & MAXWELL, No. 2 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK, OLE Agents ill the United States, for the French Report ^ of Fashion, translated into English, with Pattern Sheets. Costumes Stc. for tailors, dress makers and milliners, received from Paris on the arrival of every racket. Those who wish the only original Fntich Fashion now sent to America in the English language, can have them by calling as above. "1 erms of the Elegant, or Tailors Fashion, Five Dollars i** year, issued monthly. Le Foilet, or Ladies Fashion. Ten Dollars |>er year, issued weekly, with eighty four fine colored steel engravings per year, or seven each moutn. jy29 lm*r WM. T. JENNINGS Jc CO. "TXRAPERS AND TAILORS, 231 Broadway, American I-' Hotel, opposite the Fountain, solicit attention to an assortment of seasonable goods, including Cloths, Cassimeres, Vtarings, Su-., in all the new and various styles, under the assurance that the system of " small profits and quick returns," which has elicited to liberal a patronage, w ill he continued, while our arrangements are such as will euable us to fill all orders in future with promptness. A feature in the estabhshmvnt, which must commend it to those renuiring articles for immediate use, is the addition to our stock, of in assortment of first quality ready made Garments, consisting of Surtouts, Frock*, Dress Coats, Pantaloons, Vssts, Office Coats, Travelling Frocks, Dressing Gowns, lie. A choice collection of Silk and Satin Scarfs, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Susnenders, Hosiery, Under Shirts, Drawers, Muslin Shirts, Collars, See. At prices which must offer inducameuts to purchasers. jy24 3m*ec CHEAP CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 304 PEARL, LATE 108 BEEKMAN STREET. TMIE Subscriber, well known fi>r the cheaimess and durabiA |ity of his work, desires to inform his |?trons and tinpublic, that he is now, to suit the economical tendency of the times, making garments of the very- (test quality, at a redaction of 20 per cent from former prices, and less, it is believed, by 20 1*T M than gv inputs of the same quality are made by the cheap houses in this city. In order that gentlemen may understand what it'moaiit hy cheapness, the fiillowing bill of prices is submitted to their consideration, with a guarantee that the goods shall be of first rate quality, and the lit unexceptionable :? Superfine west of England Cloth Coats $12 to $16 Pants of black or fancy Double Milled Cass, 5 to 7 Vests, of Silk, Satin, lie 2k to 4 Making and trimming, in the best style, at the following prices : Coat - 6% to $# Pants and Vests. 1* to IK All orders eiecuted with punctuality and despatch. JOHN MOFFAT. As the reason is advanced, the prssent stock of summer goods will be sold low. au3 Im *r GENTLEMEN'S LEKlT OF~K~ WARDROBE--U?iti7men or families desirous of converting their lelt oil wear my apparel into cash, can obtain for the samr the highest cash price. i.. r.m,i.?. ,?,i it,ik. ?;t?. I,,r*?i. donee, having any sii|*rfluons effect! In dispose of, w ill ttnd it much to their advantage to send for the subscriber, who will attend them at their residence by appoiutment. H. LEVETT, No. 6 John ?t, New \ ork. A line through the post ollice, or otherwise, will receive prompt attention. Clothing rleaned, altered and repaired. anl7 Imr VKTATi HEH.?Tlie largest aud most splendid assortment of v V Watches in the cityv i* to be found at the subscrilier's.? A? he is constantly receiving all deacriptioua of Gold and Silver Watches, of the newxt style*, direct from the manufarturers, in hnglaiid, France, and Switzerland, he is enabled to offer a larger assortment, and at much less prices, ?t retail, tian any other house in the city, (told watches as low as $20 to f2i each. Watrhea and jewellery exchanged or bought. All Witches warranted to keep good timel or the money returned. Watches, clocks and jewellery reiwired in the best manner, aid warranted lower than at any other place in the city O. C. ALLEN, im|>orter of watches and jewellery, a6 lm'ec Wholesale and retail, 30 Wall atxeet. up stainREMOVAL TO NEW YORK. TMIK LOSS of Keet, and Legs no hindrance to the act of A walking?JOHN K. THOMAS, Cork Leg Maker, lie. tespei tfully informs the public that he has removed from I'lu ladelpbia to No. 472 Water street, corner of Pike at. New Vork < ity, where he contniues|lo manufacture Artificial Limbs, on a plan the most correct and least complicated, Iwving, through necessity invent*! made, and worn an artificial lei for forty years, anil lieen H manufacturer for thirty-five yean, leels confident of giving satisfaction to all who call on him for Lega, !) , Ar??, of the commoB woodeu Leg. UQfiOES CLLKBHATED LONDON BIT'J'EKH.? . *" highly recommended by the medical faculty ol Europe, as a restorative lor the aimetite, and are also a positive cure lor lever and ague, and can U obtained at all the '"BoH wl.ole**!'- Olify, *1 No. iu Kolton ?lr?t, one door from llntrli it I'rn " SI I""' K*H"li s _i try M-irhanU sr. r?-.|?^le<l lo mil iuiiI rmtniii*for M?m Mmn, MUkr Mtd TrnmtioU. r.nt'. Atriirid^Vr?i.uTror l-ruv.^nr.., H I . Mr. I A|?. .ti.for W-M MM... Mr {(0| H l!4MI fl MEDICAL. -? , or thk ELIXIR OF LOVE. Ill olden tunc, among I tie Jews, That it second wife might choose? Whose tint, by Kate'* unkindly doom, No children bore to blees hi* home. Afflicted thus, the Roman matron Prayed to Luciue, the midwife's patron; Egyptian wives, iu such a crisis. Called to their aid the Priests or Isis; And even now, tl?e meek Hindoo? Warm as her clime, and tender, too? If childless twelve months from her bridal Flies weeping to her senseless idol, And w ith riised hands, in accents wild. Petitions Brainah for a child; Kor well she knows. Love shuns to blees The Hindoo bed of barrenness. Ho much for love in days by-gone, And savage customs in our own; Hut say, even now, does Love's commuuion Bless in oi'R land, a sterile union? No oft times conjugal felicity, Is thus disturbed?ay., e'en in this oity Yet may l lie barren, if they try The means "increase and multiply," With "Love's Klixir" for her friend, The childless wife's repiniugs end i>ui 1101 uir nocrrame power Alone, is this Klinr's dower. C'otisumplion'i ills it will prevent, With vigor clothe the impotent , Suppress a gleet, whata'er its date, Ami all life s ('miction! innovate; Eruptions from the skin it chases, And brings bark beauty and the graces; 'Til woman's trust?and ne'er ueceir?s lier From Fluor Albu! it relieves her, And each disease, (with proper rare, too,) Her fair and fragile form is heir to. These are but truths, who calls thaiu tictiou Shall have stern proof in contradiction, Letters?all forms of attestation? From the savins of every nation; With grateful missives from all uuailors, Peuned by Disease and Quackery s martyrs. Thousands who lay, with fluttering breath, Almost within the jaws of death; Now in their nightly prayers repeat, Thanks to Life's friend, in Nassau street, Ano sometimes names the very number? "Ninety-two Nassau"?even in their slumber? Or, dreaming ol'Disease! ordeal, Cry out for the "Lucina Cordial." Persons ordering this medicine from tlte country, by sending a remittance, can have it boxed up and sent to any part of the Union. Price per bottle, or $21 per dozen. Also for sale at No. 90 North 6th st, Philadelphia. anlti lm'ec ~~ " MEMCALCAm nFFICE. No. 196 Fulton street.?DR. FAWCETT. MemI ) i f .1.- u?,..i i ?n.?.? ..r u..? - ?? i ?.,.l iM,,,. burgh, and Member of the Jefferson Medical College, of Philadelphia, author of several works on the generative organs, kc., confine* his piactice to a certain class of delicate diseases, in all their various stages and complicated forms, the worst cases of venereal affections will yield to his mode of treatment, without restraint iu diet, hindrance from business, and without mercury. ( (institutional debility, impotency, sterility, seminal weakness, nocturnal emissions, and all those denlorabU diseases which are brought on by a secret destructive liabit of inconsiderate youth, and other excessive indulgences of the passions, which undermine the constitution and lay the foundation of premature decay, (see Dr. Fawcett's work on these subjects) can be radically cured, and the parts restored to health and vigour. Strictures of the urethra, emending as far as (in'.prostate gland and neck of the bladder, and which is generally produced bv the bad treatment of diseaset and frequently it originates from masturbation, can be radically cuied, by Dr. Kawcett, at 196 Kulton street. P. 8.?Dr. K. is the oldest advertising Physician in the city ; his diplomas from London. Ediuburgfi, and Philadelphia, are hung up in large flames in his office, where his works can be obtained. Price M cents. jy27 lm'm 'T'HE PRIVATE TREATISE?This little book itself is 1 designed for those who require a speedy and private cure for certain infectious complaints, and in which the best and most convenient treatment in a plain and faithful manner. The price is SI. The present advertisement, however, is to state that the author has now published the most interesting chapter ?that on the causes which render these complaints so obsliuaM and lingering?in the form of a single letter, which he supplies, free of expense, to any one wishing it. His reasons for aoing this are given in the letter itself; and in this, also, will be seen why so many persons suffer on from month to mouth with a complaint which is so prone to affect the mind as well as functions of the body, and which is so easily and speedily cuifd when once its nature is explained. But lest it should be supposed that the letter here referred to professes more than it really contains, the author begs to statu, that beside his long experience, he has testimonial letters on the subject of his integrity and skill from the most eminent physicians iu Europe to the most eminent in America, as Sir Astley Coo|>er to Dr. Mott. of New York, Dr. Physick, of Philadelphia and others; and also that he is permitted to refer to almost every qhysician of eminence in the city. Dr. Ralph would also further state, that he is consulted on diseases of this nature at his private residence, No. 88 Greenwich street, at any hour, and those who honor him with their confidence, even iu the most complicated state of disease, will be surprised at the ease and quicknecs with which, in general, they w ill obtain a cure. jyH lin'r A PURE, UNADULTERATED tXTKACT OF SARSAPARILLA. UNINJURED BY HEAT, IS JONE8' EXTRACT OF 8ARSAPARILLA CANDY. 16 CENTS A TACKAGE, CONTAINING SIX OUNCES OF THE HOOT, rI'HAT !8,f warantwne single package tocontain the medicinal properties of six ounces of pure Sarsaparilla Root. I'ersous who are taking Sarsaparilla for any disease, should try this. 1 do lielieve that one package contains mora real Sarsaparilla, than three or four bottles of the pretended stuff' sold at $1. All afflicted with scrofulous diseases, derangement of the system, impurity of the blood, ike. should use this?also with salt rht-um. scurvy, chronic, rheumatism, pimples and eruptions on the face, lie. With the sensible reader, this will answer all the purposes of a long, flaming advertisement. Of one thing rest assureu, I lien* slate iiouung otu mini. 1 ills r,*ira<i is uninjured by heat. The machinery with which I make it, co?l me over three thousand dollar*. Price 2S cents a package. Sold at the sign of the American Kagle, 82 < 'hathara street, i*iew Vork. Agents?3 Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia; It State street, Boston; or 139 Kultou street, Brooklyn. auli Im'ec MEDICAL AUK DOCTOR YOURSELF PRIVATELY. FIS IMPORTANT with many people in neeH of medical usistituce. that they obtain the best advice privately and promptly. All who may thus desiiv to consult a professional friend, should obtain a little volume called the Rubicon." The fourth edition of this work, with engravings, has recently been published. It is much enlarged and greatly improved, embracing many subjects of interest and symptoms ol disease not before alluded to. The various forms of bodily and mental weakness, incapacity and suffering, which come under the head of Private Maladieii are faithfully delineated, and the liest practical method of obtaining sound health: it is a work plainly and practically adaixed to the nse of all w ho may unfortunately need its friendly assistance, of whatever age or set?that portion of the work treating ujion Impotence, and a certain destructive habit of youthful indiscretion, from whence result "constitutional debility," will be found both useful and instructing to all classes ?it ts a friendly yet silent monitor, where sensual or sexual debility lias made threatening inroads upon the health or constitution, and points out not ouly the means of escape but the certainty ol restoration. The chanter on stricture is worthy of particular attention, and should be read by every one. The author's method of treating this complaint is without pain, and affords a positive unconditional cure, requiring generally only a very snort time in its accomplishmeut. The price of the book is SO cents. Sold by the Author, No. 11 Barclay st, near Broadway, and at the following agencies, which are drug stores, vil :? No. Or, William st, near Maiden I-ane. No. 79 Fulton st, cor of Gold st. No. 77 Kast Broadway, cor of Market st. No. 188 Bowery, cor of Spring st. No. 116 Delancy st cor of Suffolk st. No. 89 ' anal st. No. ? Kulton st cor of Water st. The work is written by Dr. Gregory, who is still iu the practice of his profession, at No. II Barclay st?where he may be consulted cotidentially any day in the week at all hours of the day or evening. Doctor Gregory deems it worthy to remark, that he has often been applied to for relief by patients, w ho.liaving been treated for the conydaiut, were discharged as being cured, and themselves were of opinion that it was really so. A few days ela|*e, and the disease begins to show itself again; ill some instance* only occasionally; in others again the relapse is permanent, induciug at length a chronic inflammation, attended w ith other visible effects, which it would be indelicate to describe in an advertisement, but which will be recognized readily by every one so afflicted. It is such a stale of things as this that terminate in stricture, and it is by surgical means only that a stricture can ever be permanently removed. Not so, however, with the chronic inflammation or rather induration: for in this stage of the malady there is a cure, and that too br mild and simple means. Doctor Gregory it proud to say that ne has discovered and brought to his aid a remedy never before used in these cases, which has proved successful in every instance what it has been applied, and has effected cures iu cases of from 3 to IS years duration. This announcement is not made through motives of vanity and love of boasting, but simply to inform those in need of the remedy where it may be found. Those seeking Dr. Gregory will find him at his own house (not a drug tore). No. 11 Barclay street, near the Park, until a late hour very evening. (* Persons at a distance sending $1 by mail will have the work (in sheets) promptly forwarded to their address as per onUr mi 12 lra*er <2 UN BURNT. YELLOW,OR DARK SKIN CLEARED ami Eruptions, Bites of Mnaqnitoeg lured: by the use of a cake (ay. very often half a rake) of that most surprising far vention called the Italian Chemical Soap. The morn this is nsed the more astonished are people at its wonderful effect.? Last week it cured 110 less than three cases of old scaly salt rheum, for which medical skill and the most powerful lotions hid been used ill rain ; hundreds have been cured of freckles, tan, suntnirn, and morphew this summer by it. There are many who do not try it, because it is " puffed" in the imper*. This we are obliged to do to introduce it ; we can, therefore, conscientiously, recommend it as almost infallible in any cutaneous eruptions or disfigurement, such a* pimples, blotches, freckles, tan, scurry, salt rheum, erysipelas, barber'* itch, bites of bed biiKs, galinippers, Sic. It givw the skin, a youthful, healthy bloom and freshness. Persons living at the Mouth should never be without this. Captains, merchants, and others, liberally treated with. A small fortune might be made by an enterprising person to bring this to a warm climate. Sold at SO cents a cake, by T. Jones at his wholesale |>erfumery store, sign of the American Eagle. *2 Chatham street, N. York ; ana hv these Agents?in Philadelphia, by Zieber, coi| ner Third anil Rock streets, or ne*t to the American Hotel, Washington. D. C. ; in Boston, t State street ; in Charleston, t8. C., 207 King street ; in Albany, 17 State street ; in Brookyn, 139 Knllon street. jy24 Im'm MEDICAL AND S1R<}|( AL CARD. "PRIM IPIIS OBiTA." KTORTH RIVER DISPENSARV, 2(M>, Kulton street, near Oiwwltfc.?Dr. Merrison, Memlier of tlie Royal C ollege of Surgeons, London, continue to lie consulted confidentially fr?m 8 o'clock A. M. to 10 P. M. daily, ou all diseases of a pnvate nature, and all those distressing symptoms conse<|uent on iiijiidicious treatment and the imprudent use of quack m-*<licides. A regular medical education, with an extensive practice of over 22 5 ears, enable* Dr. M. to adapt the pro|<er remeiliea to the various constitutions as well as to the various forms of those insidious maladies. I)r. M. is daily consulted by |wtients where the leading symptoms have hern onlf elMkM. still leaving the |Hiison to liuk in the system, until ultimately it develops itself in the deplorable shape ol "secondary syphilis." In all cases Dr. M. warrants a perlnct cure without mercury or deleterious di ugs, or confinement from business, lu some forms of the disease, cum are |>erformed in three to five days, and in proportion with malignant cases. STRICTURES OK URETIIHA.-Ohstnictions in the urcthni, *udh iu stnhtures and NiMrgramit ol the prostrate gland, accompanied with much irritation and dull paiu in those istrta, are mmr of th( conin)unMM of inal-treatinent. Dr M. cares strictures in a tcfoutiAc HI?lilt, promoting their absnrption without any pain. In tome advertisement* on the subject of stricture* the symptoms arc defined. This is delnsion?because enlargement of tlie prostrate Kland, Jcc. would proline* analacoiis symytoms. It is ciw-l to tortnrp patienta with bougies, lie. when in reality there ia no strictnre. Dr. M. ia frequently consulted where patients have been injured by such an impnilier course. CONSTITUTIONAL DK.BIL1TY.?'Thonsai.daofvonng men are suffering from the consequences of jndulgam, > in a serret destructive habit, and whose nerves are further injtn,from llie use of nostrums anil pretended specifics, which stimuli**. on ly to induce greiter depression. Dr. M. treats such cases on purely pathological principles and never fails in establishing a cure. Strictly confidential. Letters post paid, and containing a fee of $'J. w ill ensure prescriptions and advicei or for $10 medicines will l?e forwarded and a cure warrant by the|"atient giving a history of his case. Office 20 lU Kill ton St. m-ar (ireenwich. N B.? With two or three exceptions, Dr. M. is the only qualified advertising Surgeon ill the city. J V M lm*r i KM HKS! LEK.tHKS :TLEECHKB ! ! !->W.OOO Urge and healthy Swedish and German Leeches, jaat received and t*wedi?h and (German Lerchei daily expected, per I Washington and Howard, from Hamburg, for sale at the low ai market i rtcc al <JTa. Ii H. WIT! K, | ftvUtUa"! t< ia?a?Mi, 4i< Fwul ?t. N. V, MONTHLY RKfOBT OF THE NEW YORK MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, No. 76 Chambers street. CASKS SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. 3 Seminal Wraknr*?. 2 Enlargement of tha Heart 2 Inability to hold the Urin. 3 Midwifery. 1 Inflammation of tha Bladder 4 Swondary Syphilis. acuta. 9 Primary Syphilis.

4 Inflammation of the F.yes. IS (ionorrh?a. 2 Cfujera Morbus. 5 Oleet. 2 Ulcerated Breast*. 2 Onansm, two under treat3 Fluor Alhu*. mant, doing wall. 4 Ulcar* about tha neck of the 6 Bubo??, by in improved womb. method of treatmmt. 1 Sore Nipplaa. 4 Rheumatism, acute 2 Falling of the womb. 2 Scrofula. I Purulent discharge from tha 4 CutaneousEruptions ear of a young l\dy ol' 1 Delirium Tremeu*. eight year* standing. I Croup, child. I Enlarged Liver. 2 Dy?l*-iMii. SUROICAL OPERATIONS. Hermoorhoidal Tumon re- 1 Caiicar of Brea*t removed, moved from a lady who 1 Adipoaa Tumor ramovad had Ween a sufferer twalva from the face. yean, and ha* resulted in J Urinary Fistula. a iwrfect cure. 1 Tumor removed from ttie 1 Fiitula in Ano. eye lid. 3 Al>ce?se* in the Antu. 1 Fracture of tha Arm. J Stricture* in Urethra. 2 Injuries of tha Head. 2 Inflamed Testicle. 1 Hare lip. I Hydrocele. U.^BoWw"^0 Attending Surgeon and Physician. U. MCMANUS, Apothecary and Secretary. atlmec PAK. R'S TTlFE~ PILLS? ^HK following decided and extraordinary cur? aflncted iol?* ly by the usa ol' PARR'S LIFE PILLS, ii confidently submitted to each and to all who test a medicine by its own ineriti. The tale of this wonderful medicine hat extended all over the world; and the benefits resulting from their use is uxjwrienced by persons in all climes and countries. The agents ol Parr's Life Pills are daily receiving authenticated statements from |>ersons in every rank of life. Such an accumulation of facts, on the most honorable testimouy, c.uinut fail to couvince every intelligent being of the almost miraculous character which this popular medicine has deservedly earned as a safe, speedy a;id certain remedy. Instances are occurring daily of persons wllo were almost at death's door being restored l? sound and vigorous health, solely by the use of tliii ueverfailing remedy. ?To tlx Agents of Parr's Life Pills. Washiugtou st., Boston, 18th June, 1843. Gentlemen? With gratitude and pleasure I announce the cure wrought on myself by the use of Parr's Life Pills; my whole system was deranged; I was so costive and bound up that existence to me was a punishment. Sometimes the heat of my body was surh that 1 inspired with the least exertion, and so much that my clothe* would be quite saturated, which soon brought me do n, and 1 became very thin anu weak. I applied to three different doctors, hut got uo relief. I next applied to the Infirmary, but all to no purpose. I then tried your Pills; but never man had less faith in advertised medicines. I .took three pills at night and two iu the morning; never was medicine more mild and soothing iu o|ieration; but these were the only effects for some time, yet they were to me a great blessing. I kept constantly taking the pills for four months, and found them gradually overcoming my ailments, until I was at length restored to perfect health 1 can now most cordially yield faith to the cures set forth in your little book, though I confess I was at first very.)suspici0us of them. You are at liberty to publish this, for I think a greater blessing was never given to in)uikind than what ex|<erieuce tells me has been conferred by the use of your mediciue. lours, respectiuiiv, WlXLIAM PEARSON. They are sold retail at most of the respectable druggist* in New York, and by duly appointed agents in every city and town from Maine to Louisiana, Panada, tin* British provinces, Havana, the West India islands, and South America, iu boxes, Ml and 25 cents each. jy20 lmr THOS. ROBERTS & CO., 304 Broadway. WORMS K1L L THOUSA N DS. /CHILDREN are most subject to them, but per*ous of all ages are liable to be afflicted with them. Bad breath, paleness about the lilts, flushed cheeks. picking at the nose, wasting mf, MMMM. nam U the howels, joints or limbs, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, moaning and sometimes a voracious appotite, are among the symptoms of worms. Many are doctored for months (or some other imaginary disease, wheu one box of Sherman's Worm Lozenges would effect a cure. Dr. Ryau, corner of Prince street and the Bowery, cured a man of worms that was reduced to a skeleton, and by only one box of Sherman's Lozenges: he is now as fat as an Alderman. The Hon. B. B. Beardsley h is saved the life of one of his children by them. The sale of over 2,000,000 of boxes has full v tested them. They are the oulv infallible worm destroying medicine known. What family will be without them I Consumption, Coughs, Col?lst Whooping Coughs, Asthma, and all affections of the lungs, will find a healing value in Sherman's Cough Lozenges. They saved the Hev. Richard De Forest, the Kev. Mr. Streeter, Jonathan Howarlh, Ksi^,, and that worthy old hero, Leonard Rogers, from the consumptive's grave. They cured iu one day the Rev. Mr. Dunbar, the Rev. Mr. Handcock, Wm. H. Attree, Ksq., of distressing coughs. They aTe the pleasantest cough mediaiue and cure the soonest ol any known remedy. Headache, S?a-sickiiess and Palpitation, relieved in from five to ten minutes by Sherman's Camphor Lozenges. Persons attending crowded rooms or travelling will find them to impart buoyancy of spirits and renew their energies. Those suffering from too free living will find a few of the lozenge* to disj>el the hor.-ors and lowness of spirits. Mr. Krauth, of the Sunday Mercury, has repeatedly cured himself of severe headache by them. < aptaiu( hadwick, of the packet ship Wellington, has witnessed their efficacy in a great many casea of sea-sickness. They operate like a charm upon the agitated or shattered nerves, as Sherman's Poor Man's Plaster does upon rheumatism, lumbago, pain or weakness in the side, back, breast, or auy part of the body. Mr. H. O. Daggers, 30 Ann street, Henry R. (ion Iding.3.)H Chatham street, mioses J. Heuriuues. Esq., and a multitude of others have ex)>eriiuiced the wonderful effect! of these Plasters. Price only cents. Caution is necessary to see that you get the genuine Sherman's Lozenges aud Plasters, as there are many worthless articles attempted to be )>almed off in place of lliein, by those whe would trifle with your life for a shilling. Dr. Sherman's warehouse is at 106 Nassau street. Agents, 110, 273, 4J9 and 6411 Broadway, 2/7 Hudson street, 188 Bowery, 77 East Broadway, DO William street, 10 Astor House, 139 Fulton street, Brooklyn; J. Hineson, Williamsburgh; Tripiie, Broad street, Newark; Van Yorse, 89 Chesnut street, Philadelphia; Guthrie, 4 Stanwix Hall, Albany; and Redding St Co., 8 State street, Boston. allec INFALLIBLE VEGETABLE REMEDY for Dysentery J. and Diarrhoea. Owego, New York. I hereby certify that I am acquainted with the composition of this Syrup, and that it is composed of vegetables entirely, an J of those that have no injurious effect upon the human system. 1 have frequently tested it in severe cases of Dysentery and long standing Dianhaaa, aud it has invariably controlled the disease EZEKIEL LOVEJOY, M D. Owego, June 12th, 1843. I hereby certify that I havs closely observed the effect of this medicine in various cases of bowel derangements, and am fully convinced that it is highly valuable, and that all who are afflicted with obstinate Diarrhoea and Chronic Dysentery should hare its benefit. E. B. PHELPS, Physician and Surgeon. Owego, June 12th, 1S43. For sale at MILHAU'S Drug Store, It3 Broadway. jy23 lm*r MADAME COSTELLO, Female Physician aud Graduate a? Midwife, offers her professional services to the ladies of tliiscCy and country. Having had long experience and surpriWtnMb iu the treatment of diseases incidental to Iter sex. piM> ndies on the point of confinement, or those suffering mi in ^trwanoa. irregularity, obstructions, kc. that she will be happy m> ^tonl a infortable temporary home at her residence, where tiiey ni always have the l)?st medical treatment ami the moat tu*%unTy care and nursing, or if preferred, wilt wail on ami aajau? inMu at their own house* until perfect!); recovered. Makinr C. particularly bens to impress on the minds of the delicate, tilfl she officiates personally in every case, so that hesitation or dread need never be apprehended. N. B.?Madame Costello would inform ladies residing out of the city, whose health would not admit of travelling, that she would uevote her personal attendance u|k>u them in any pari of the United States within reasonable distance. Madame can be consulted at her residence, 34 Liipenard street, at all times and with the strictest regard to the wishes of her patients. All communications and letters must be post paid. jy26 Im'r FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS. MADAME COSTELLO?Female Periodical Pills-Onaranteed in every rase where the monthly |>eriods have become irregular from colds, Sic. Their certainty of action his long been acknowledged by the medical profession, and hundreds that have uselessly tried various boasted remedies. Tare is sometimes necessary to their use ; though they contain no medicine detrimental t? the constitution. Advice given gratis to all those who use the Pills, by Madame Costello, 31 Lispenanl street, corner Walker and Canal, where the Pills are sold. Price $1 per bo*. jy26 lm*r DR. THOMAS' SPECIFIC PILLS WHEN so many are suffering in consequence of a certain delicate disease remaining a longtime uncured, it becomes very important to obtain a remedy that can always be depended upon to remove such complaint from the system soon enough to prevent the possibility of its leaving any weakness or debility, or incurable functional derangement in the parts affected. It has long been a subject of serious consideration with the medical faculty to discover some medicine or combination of medicine*, that would never fail to remove at once the i?m and inflammation, and at the same time act as a specific in removing the first causes of all this unnatural and diseased action in the organs subject to this complaint. The peculiar structure and organization of the parts, render it very important that the medicine used to restore them should contaiu nothing liable to do injury, by simply removing the external evidence of disease, before the disease itself is entirely removed from the system, and thus lull the fears of the patient into fancied security, to be awakened at some future day to the alarming consequences that follow too surely such a course of treatment. Dr. Thomas's specific pills will speedily and safely core the most complicated^and 1W? cases ol this disease, by removing the first cause from the system, and at the same I fine gently stimulating the organs to a natural and healthy action. Any one accustomed to the long and teiliuus. as well as unpleasant course required with other remedies, will be astonished to find their complaint pleasantly and safely removed in a very short time, and the system restored to perfect and natural action, not liable to lie disturbed by the weakness and debility usually left after the occurrence of this complaint. Agents?At 79 Kulton street comer (rold; 77 East Broadway corner Market street, aud if73 Broadway, corner Chamber street. Price $1 jyU lm*r EXTRAORDINARY CURE. OP!TORQUE PER OBEN DICOR. T~)R. JOHNSON takes this method of informing jthe public 1J that he still affords relief to the afflicted of both s?"ies, and may lie always consulted with the utmost confidence in the worn rape* nl secret diimin, or any ol the rffwii resulting from the its** of mercurv, or the mal-prsrtice of uuacks. The following eitract of a letter in ll* |x?*e(tion ol Dr. Johnson, clearly illustrates thu triumph of knowledge and e*|?rience over medical luackary, ami at the name lime show n the great necessity in ilia public discrimination between tins regularly educated physician and the charlatan. Hi*:? I put myself under the rare of a nostrum Tender when my disease lirsl appeared: he promised to cure me fur on* dollar, and made hut light of my affliction. Instead of improving 1 became worse every day?my ap|ietite failed, I ?u unable to attend to business, and after expending $120. thii vile imposter had the impudence to tell me lie was not a doctor, but merely old his ttiiH' In this hopeless situation a friend hi ml a carriage (not lieing able to walk at the time) and drove me to yonr omce, 17 Duane street. You examined my case and promised to cure me. You have performed yonr undertaking in a short time. As I now enjoy |?rfect health, I think it my duly to those afflicted to make tills statement public through llie iiress. THOMAS J. THURSTON. ( ar|ienter, 1 Munroest., N. Y. A medicine may be had of Dr. J. to prevent the abovn disease in any of its numerous forms. Omce open from 7 in the inoniing till t? at night. anin lm*m SHAND'S HTAIN KXTRACTINO FLUID, for taking out s|K)ts of pilch, paint, grease, oil and stains of all kinds from woollen, limn, silk, cotton, and other cloth*, without injuring the color or tenure. This valuable chemical preparation will thoroughly eradicate any ?oil or stain from the nneM as well as the stoutest fabric almost instantaneously. It ahoold be in every house, and in every one's | assess ion, and those who give it one trial take pretty good care to keep a supply on hand ? having once found out it? usefulnnu they would not tniuk of being without it. Full directions accompany each phial. To lie had of A. Ussier. 2:w I'enrl atreet, up stairs, or of Wood It Morrison, [T/ '20U Oreenwich street.New I ork, and almost all reputable druggist* in town and country. Be particular and ask for Shand'* Htain Kilracting rlnid, and oWrie tin'l.iliel on each phial is signed by the proprietor II, III. own litmlwriling. a. r*M>rxt?l rnmponnd AUAim WHY 1>? ha.l ??? .a ZucW known for rnnov ?- si t?r ?^:s?tx,'sr. vU. iqrtmMt of Bol* Mi<i "V ( .mtnli'in Rindin(?,8hor Thraada, Mint, wilMWr, <?o?t LMg^Pni: Linn, and l.?,.h, t U,tmij., <Wtoon?, H^bonn^ Jf.^ |,uu, ll?mwr., Lining*, B<xil < Wi,h * full **i..rimrnl <?f 8Wm*Pinp'n, Awl* ii&iu'rui wAJUlfcN 8. WU#**. "have you heard the news 1" DR. COOKE RETURNED FROM ENOLAND PESPEUT PULLY iufonru hi. frieuiU and ijjtron. through*? out the United Sum, 1 aiiada, North and South America, the British Colonies, See., that having all tlw latitat imixjrtaut information from Europe, he it universally performing curesoi the wont class of Venereal Disease in it* most aggravated forma, with unprecedented <*peditien and dispatch, ana may again ba consulted aa usual, paraoually and confidentially, at his office No. S Norton street, Albany. N. I. Dr. COOKK attends personally to nis iiatieata. . . COLORED ENGRAVINGS, descriptive of Disease in both seiei illustrating all lt? moat malignant forma with a complete Practical Treatise on Venereal Complaints and tlu-ir immediate and remote conseuuencee, including observations ou certain affections of tile IJterus?may by examinedat any time if desired by the uufortuuale at the Hospital, where patients will tiud it both convenient and ad*aataga?us to board and lodge with Dr. Uooke, who will comfortably accommodate them while under medical treatment, until recovered. celebrity Dr. Cook* may have attained in the treatment, ot Disease, he believee to beloug to no other by that name in tma country ; this well known Physician and Surgeon, who has no Agents, and is uot connected with any sflnilar estaolishment in the United Sutes, can be found at the Albauy Lock Hospital, No. S Nerton street, Albauy, N. Y., and no where else. The unfortunate will please " attend to this part of their duty, tiki dui and timely notice ul govern thcmwlvea accord'"^remember no 3 norton street, albany n y. ivKL,nLr_ procreative elixir and powders, for sterility. THE Undersigned haa the pleasure to annonnee that he hat ^ in nhraininv ii*?? i?*<?lnaiwa "f celebrated " Elixir and Powders," for the United States. In all cases of incontinence, painful and difficult menstruation incipient stives of consumption, languor, debility, uiicht sweats, and wakefulness, it is surprisingly efficient and retain. Its chief and great celebrity, however, is in eradicating every symptom of that state of the functions >H|>erindiicinc sterility, is too well established to require comment. Indeed such has been its success, as to make it doubtful that what is usually termed sterility in fact exists, since by the use of this wonderful remedy, properly persevered in, a core has iu all cases beeu effected, and what haa beeu supposed iucurable natural defects proved to be only some deranged state of the functions within the powers of the skilful and scientific combination of the virtues and essences of the nourishing, strengthening and invigorating ingredients of which the " Elixir and Powders" are compossTto remove. t The undersigned is fully aware of the existence of a false de licacy which would feigu interdict all mention of every sub Meat derogatory to its own narrow sense ol propriety, out I l? IlLih time for enlightened science to ilive into tlie hidden Can if.i of the miseries afflicting the human family, thereby to discover the mean* of conferring happiness where before misery existed. It is not to be disguised that to the oppressive dreary Iwueliness often experienced by the married who are un blessed with offspring, making alike the past, the present, and the future, but a vast gloom, a desolate and barren wilderness iu life's prospects, objects and mids, can we attribute why so many thus circumstanced, waste their days either in silent melancholy, cold indifference, and, frequently, even in actual bickerings bordering upon hatred. And yet, fonooth, we are neither to inquire the cause, or apply the remedy. Children are the connecting and endearing ties between has band and wife, creating a focus aronnd which centre our attns, our energies, our joys and our hopes. To watch from time to time their gradually developing powers of mind and body, is a constant source of happiness to the parent. The thousand little offices the mother is called upon to perform for her child is to her a fountain of joy. For its prattfings and its gambols nothing can comi>ensale her. And iu after years when the sun sets upon our decliniug years, when our mental and physical I lowers are on the wane, when sickness and decrepitude are upon us, then are children a comfort aud a solace. Lonely, indeed, is the home of the childless. How inestimable, then, is the discovery of the " Elixir and Powders" which has effected Iierfect cures iu thousands of instances in Enrope iu supiwsed confirmed barrenness and sterility, deemed hoiieless and incurable. Its action is not sudden ana ephemeral, but senile and gradual, by degrees displacing the latent causes affecting the body, strengthening and invigorating the generative functions cheering the mind, enlivening the spirits, and engendering a free, full and healtliy circulation. Its great celebrity is fully deserved, and the undersigned has no hesitation in recommending it to the Americ.ui public. The inventor, the famed and justly celebrated M .iu. Pesomeaux, of Paris, is too well knowu for Ins success iu the tntument of derangements of the genital functions, by the use of the " Elixir and Powders," to require any assurance from the wdersigned. A sale of more than two hundred thousand bottles and packages is sufficient evidence of its usefulness, and the estimation in which it is held. Price $3 a bottle. A package of powders which can bo sent by mail, to any part of the United States. Price $5. Each package making two bottles of " Elixir," with full directions for preparing. AH letters must be postpaid, and directed to DK. F. MELVEAl;, BOX " 14." jyI8 lm*r Office. 129 Liberty st. BARRY'S WIGS AND SCALPS. AC. BARRY, Artist in Hair, from London. The real heads of hair still stand pre-eminent above all others.? Their peculiar light, gossamer, and ventilating character?their being shaped exactly as the natural hair grows?their elasticity and their superior material and workmanship, as well as their style of finish and arrangement, all combine to form such |>erfect heads of hair, that they must be seen to be fully appreciated. A new system of the art of Wig Making taught in five lessons. See a s|>ecimen of Barry's wigs and scalps, which will satisfy the most fastidious that he is the best and che*|>est maker in the city. 146 Broadway, comer of Liberty St., up stairs. all 3wis*m PRIVATE DISEASES. A CURE GUARANTEED.?The College of Medicine and Pharmacy of the City of New York, established for the suppression of quackery, is now prepared to treat all diseases of a private nature, and offer to all those afflicted with these distressing maladies advantages not to be met with in any other institution in this country, either public or private. From the censtant correspondence, and from private arrangements, between the member* of the College and the most eminent Profeesors of the Medical Institutions of Europe, all improvements in the treatment of these diseases are forwarded to them long before they reach the majority of the medical profession of this country. All penens who have used the celebrated pre|?ration of Professor llicord, " The Parisian Alterative Mixture," can bear testimony to its being the most powerful remedy ever discovered for primary or secondary syphilis, strengthening the constitution, whilst eradicating the disease. Professor Valpeau's disci'very in I>is Specific rills, for tlie cur* of gonorrhaa and gleet, ha* raised hm immeasurably above all his contemporaries in this |>articular branch of the profession. With^such celebraied remedies, together with the combined skUl of the first medical men of this country, the College feel satisfied that the good work they have undertaken, " the suppression of quackery, will receive the patronage it deserve* from tthat portion of the public requiring their services. Terms, for advice, all medicines, ti. Office, and Consulting Rooms of the College, 97 Nassau st. W. S. RICHARDSON^ Agent. N. B.?Patient* living at a distance, by statiug their disease explicitly iu writing, giving all symptoms, together with the treatment they received elsewhere, if any, can obuiu a cheat containing all medicines, with full direction for use, with a guarantee of cure, by addressing the Agent of the College, post ( aid, enclosing $6. je28 3mr " ON 8TRictuiiifAND ITS CURE. rpHK FOLLOWING REMARKS WILL PLACE BEA KORE the public a few most deeply interesting facts.? Pint that the disease called Stricture it of very frequent occurrence and open existi in persons who are not in the least aware of it ; next that a very erroneous notion prevails respecting Stricture, and that ignorant advertising people take a had advantage of the erroneous notion ; then, that there are three particular circumstances try which a Stricture may be alwttys known?and in the last place, that the cure of Stricture is certain, free from pain, and generally accomplished in a very little time. With regard to the first of those remarks It is well known that Stricture is the result of a badly treated Oouorrhea. If, for instance, that disease is suffered to contij nue on from month to month to month, it slides into a gleet, Now, there is no pain or inconvenience in gleet, and therefore it is often suffered to remain indefinitely. But it should be kuown that gleet implies a chronic inriamimtion of the passage, which naturally terminates in thickening,, and this thickening at one part or other of the passage is stricture; and further, that although stricture may thus remain unnoticed for a length of time, it is far from laying dormant, but is the hidden also of a uervous anil dyspeptic kind. IJut what especially leads the attention off from this disorder is the idea that stricture cannot exist so long as no im|>ediment to the flow of urine is observed, which it quite a mist ike. A. stricture often exist* for years without producing any very striking ehanu* in this respect; indeed a diminished or interrupted stream of urine belongs only to the worst of cases, and it is to prevent this very state that these remarks are published. . . The advantage, however, which ignorant advertising tieople take of this erroneous notion is very cruel. Kvery body kuows how men of this description swarm about this citv, and that tliey will sell their nostrums as long as any one will buy them. Now, it is a fact, and one which every real physician will immediately acknowledge, that all the medicine in the world, alone, can never cure a stricture. In proof of this, nothing is more common than for the writer to be consulted by persons who have been taking aH manner of things?as colored drops, and pills, and cordials, and the like, for many months together, bat whom, on seeing the real nature of the case, he has cured in as many days. With a view of preventing these impositions, therefore, it seems desirable to lav before the public a few plain circumstances. by w hich a Stricture may be known, which can be easily doue : for although the symptoms of this disease are numerous, there are three of especial import, and these three may be stated very briefly?they are the following : The first relate* to The manner or ttrii*ati??n.?It has been already snid the stream need not be much diminished or imi>eded. But observe attentively, after it is finished and the clothes are re-adjusvd, whether a drop or two will ever steal away, se as to wet a little ?nothing is more indicative of stricture. The ne*t is THt TlMF. a (iopforrimka has rkmaimid rftCl'rkd.? It is difficult to say how long a Gonorrhoea or Uleet may run and not produce a stricture, for one is naturally more disposed to stricture than another ; but, as a general rule, if it should be suffered to go on beyond six weeks, this alone would afford sufficient ground at least, for the suspicion of a stricture. The last is? Thk Effect a Stricture has ijfow thc mind.?'The effect of Stricture is to depress the spirits and to lessen both bodily and mental activity. This also is one of the most common effects. Not, however, that it is >eaft alike in every individual, but it is common that the writer rarely sees a case of stricture (and he sees many every day) in which the patient does not complain more or less, that he is not so eatable of business as formerly. It is gratifying also to witness the uniform return of spirits, and the disappearing of other maladies as the cure progresses. With regard to the cure of Stricture, on this subject it is sufficient to observe (and it is stated with confidence and pleasure) that this is certain, free from pain, and generally accomplished in a very little time. So much as this could not have neen advanced some years ago ; but snch has been the improvement in this an, and such the prscticsl ex|ievietice of the writer, that he can now accomplish the cure of stricture to as many days as formerly it demanded mouths. The writer also begs to state, that for those who wish to undertake the cure themselves, he has published a little volume, called " The Private Treatise, ' in which not only stricture, but the cure of all those delicate diseases which require es|>ecial care and privacy, is directed in the plaiuest manner.? It is advisable, however, that those who suspect a stricture, if pOftiiDI**, innilfl coniuu mr mimor jfrstumny, nna IIOUIIIIR will snrpri?e them morp than the mw and certainty of hii means of cure. 8*|wrat* rooms, alio, arc arranged for those who may have to wait a littln. It only now remain* to say a word or two on the ground on which the public, and especially stringer* coming to thia city, may rely with confidence on what ha* been advanced. With this view Dr. Kalph begs to itate that, heiide hi* rank a* graduate of Edinburgh, kc. kc., he ha* been engaged in the cure of tho*e diseases, hoth in ho*pital and city practice, for more than thirty year*, and ha* published two edition* of a work eipre**ly on them. Also that he ha* teatimomal letter* from the mo*t eminent physicians in Euro|>e to the mo*t eminent in America?a* Sir A*tley <oo|>er to Dr. Mott, of New York, Dr. Physick. of Philadelphia, and other*, and that he ii |iermitted to refer to almost every Thyiician of eminence in this city. Dr. Ralph i* con*nlted at hi* private residence. No. M Oreenwich street, toward* the Battery, at any nnur. 1 la may alio lie consulted by po*t. Tlie little volume above referred to is one dollar. J10 2m?r WQIHIN/J WILL BEAUTIFY. DRKS8 OR CLEAN ^ THE HUMAN HAIR so well as a three .hilling bottle of Joiie1* Coral Hair Reatorative. It make* the hair delicionsly son, dark and *ilky, and will keep it s* thrice as long as any other Hair stuff, beside, it positively possesses these qualities. If will force the hair tojgrow, stop it railing off, cure *r?rf dandruff and make light, red or grey grow naturally dark ana beautiful ; we aell three shilling nottts of this, that the public may try it without expending a dollar, as is the usual cnyM ; we know it is pretty much all represented, and are not strain j but people will buy more?let iiersoM give it one fair trial, anil they will he well satisftsd. They can s?* the t"? most r?*|iectalile persons st our stor? wlio have used tnis, snu rscommend it. . . . , #w _ Hold, price 3, J or R shillings s bottle, st the sign ol the A merican tfagle, (2 Chatham street, N.Y. Agents. Zieber, ll.edger Buildings. Phils ; Redding, B Utate street, Boston ; 47 State ?t., Albany ; M7 King st., Charleston, 8. C., or I.<9 hullon st., The Naples Hhsving Paste made from the old Naple.Soap, i is sold hen* for three .lulling, a bos ; ?t makes one of the essi assswajsiw*?"**""Ws:1 'h0w *' ..oh. DEAFNESS. DRS. CASTLE AND EDWARDS, AURiSTS OQ1 BROADWAY.?Eitract QOX " | cheerfully comply with the raqueaC of Lieut. Mc Intnsh, to teatify that hu waa invalided home as'unfit for duty in conaequincr of total deafueaa and dischanp* from hu ear : thai while in New York, on hi* way to huitlaud, ha placed himself under Mia professional care of Dri. (astir and Edward. Aurista. Under their treatment Ue recovered hu beariug, and luu returned to hi* military duty. Bigued, H. McNEVEN, M. D Surgeon to H. M. B. Forces, Jamaica. ACOUSTIC DROl S. A sure cure for iuciuient deafness. earache, pains, buzuufi, or singing sounds iu the ears, collections of hard wai or rltt* ted secretion* of the organs. Their acoustic oil lias been a popular remedy as a curative m all disease* of the ears I'or upwards of twenty year*. Offices removed to 381 Broadway, corner White street. jyl51m*r (\HH18 TOOTH WASH?Prepared from the original reci|M at No. i (told street, Ni w York?The Orria 1 ootli Wash i* purely a vegetable prvpaiatiou, possessing the pro|>ertie* of cleaning the teeth and m?uth?restoring the gunu to a healthy slate, and preventing any uuplea*aut taste or odour in the mouth, whether ari*ing from decayed te?h or from a deranged late of the ilomach. ... ... It ia deeigued to be uml with a tooth bmih, and will be fuund to supersede I lie necessity of a powilcr keeping the trrdi clean and preventing the wearing away of the turn) from [Im teeth. It is particularly useful in ram of spuagy (umi, featuring them to a healthy atate, and causing tliein to contract around the tooth. In painfnl affection* of the teeth and guuis, arising from ex|H>iure to cold, it will be fouud highly beneficial. It ia particularly serviceable to us* the Orria Tooth Wash at night juat before retirlig to rest. This method is recommended by emiuent dentists, as by so doiug all particles of food whicn accumulate during the day are eutirely removed, and the month kept through the night iu a clean, sweet, and healthy state. Sound teeth and white teeth are the most valuable |>ortions of poor humanity ; but how many neglect the attention necessary for their preservation, even when surrounded by all the means needed. Among these we luiow of none more pleasant and effectual than the Orris Tooth Wash?it cleanses and win tens the teeth, strengthens the gums, purifies the mouth, and sweetens the breath. We recommend its use to all young and old.?-(Boston Morning Post. 1 he Orris Tooth Wash is the best detergent weaver used on our enamel.?(Boston Transcript. ror sale by tlw principal druggists in the city, mt r thorn's compound extract of caandsarsaparilla. UUnSKSSKS a few advantages not enjoyed by any other medicine for the cure of all sexual disease* ; and which 1an enlightened iiublic, render it assuredly highly C.!-'' ' yd a desideratum long sought for in the medics] nrovni fnim . u? couluiem*iit or of diet. In iu apuo unnlL^l.'t^ 11 11 entirely tasteless, aad causes "^."fP^^f^H^nsaHon to the ]>atieut. .. hip inmost Unit-in almost every part of Euri2 . r jT"'1 ***m'ne,L approved of and sanctioned by the lacultj of medicine, and recommended by the moat eminent of the prolession Prepared by J B. Thorn, chemist, London, and Tar sale wholesale and retail by JAMES TAHRAfiT, 266 Greenwich street, 11 . o o i u j comer of Warren street Also, at 2 Park Row and 518 Broadway. 163 Broadway, 414 Broadway, coruer of Lupenard street, 2J9 Broadway, corner of Walker street. jy 18 lm*m NO CURE, NO PAY. T"\R. COOPER, of 14 Duane street, between William and Chatham streets, tskes this method of informing the citizens and strangers that he still affords relief to the afflicted of both seies, and may be always chnsulted with tha utmost confidence in the worst cases of delicate disease*. Dr. Cooler, from a re.sideuce of many years in hospitals in Europe, devoted to the treatment of delicate diseases, and from an eqteusive practice in this city for the last ten years in this particular branch of tlm profession, guarantees a safe, speedy and effectual cure to such Iiersous as put themselves under his treatment. Kedeut cases cured in two or three days. I)r. Cooper use* no mercury or any other dangerous medicin*. Dr. Cooper's mild and iudiciona mode of treatment will require no interruption from bnsiness or alteratiwii in diet. Tenons afflicted with protracted and deplorable cases, need not deaiiair of complete recovery. Dr. Cooper informs the public that he is the only regularly qualified surgeon who advertises in Dtuiie street, and exhibits no diploma from the Stuyvesant Institute ol' this cily, procured by false certificates and false pretences. The most inviolable secresy observed in all consultations. Separate offices, to that patient* cannot come iu contact. Letters, post paid, attended to. Charges moderate. Office open from 7 in the morning until 10 o'clock at night. Office 14 Duane st. aO lm* r DOCTORBELL. "PROCTOR BELL devotes his personal attention (daily, un-1-7 til 10 P. M.) to the removal of private diseases iu every state. All suffering under protracted cases, aggravated or unsuccessfully treated by inexperienced or preteuded practitioners?those laboring under the destructive effects of mercury or quack nostrums, aud all who suspect the remains of disaase lurking in the system, may consult Dr. B. always with a guarantee of a cure. Persons contemplating marriage, who have been the subjects of delicate diseases, may consult Dr. Ball with honorable ooutidence. Post paid letters, describing the case of persons at a distance, have his prompt attentiou. Dr. B.'s treatment never exposes to suspicion, and is well known to be safe and i>erma pent. (?7" Private office* 87 Cedar street, two doors from Broadway, aul2 lm*ec HULL'S TRUSSES NOTICE TO RUPTURED PERSONS. PERSONS afflicted with rupture* may rely upon the beat i instrumental aid the world affords, on application at the office. No. 4 Vasey street, or to either of the agenta in the principal towns in the United States. Be careful to examiue tha back pad of Hull's Trussea, to sae if tliey ara endorsed by Dr. Hull, in writiug. None are geuuine, or to U relied upon aa good, without his signature. Many |>ersons have undertaken to veud imitations of Hull's celebrated trusses, and thousands are imposed upon iu consequence. These imitations cannot be relied upon ; they are made by unskilful mechanics, and ace no better than the ordinary trusses. Rooms have been fitted up at No. 4 Ve*ey street, exclusively for ladies, having a separate entrance from the business depart inent, where a female is in constant attendance to wait upon female patients. aui lm ec TO THE LADIES. DR. HULL'S UTERQ ABDOMINAL SUPPORTER.. 'T'fllS" new instrument for the radical cure ofTrolapsus Uteri J- or Falling of the Womb, bv external application, su|>erseding the use of the objection*] Peasary, is confidently recommended to the afflicted a* the means of perfect restoration to health, it never having failed of performing a cure, eveu under the most aggravated circumstance*. The Supporter has attained a very high character in Europe as well a* in this couutry. It is adopted to the entire disuse of peasaries, and all other painful surgical expedients^ in the Lying-in-Hospitals uf Loudon and Paris, and is universally recommended iu Europe by medical meu of the highest rank.? In this country it is sustained by the leading members of the^ faculties of Colleen aiul Hosmtals. ami bv all llie eminait private practitioners. Room* nave been furnished exclusively for ladies at No. 4 Vesey street, having a separate entrance from t-he business department, where a lady is inconstant attendance, to apply Trusses and Skipporters to female |iatieuU. au5 lmec TO MARRIED LADIES. T\/f ADAME RESTELL'S PREVENTIVE POWDERS, i'l?Those invaluable Powders liave been universally adopted iu Europe.but France in |<articular, for upwards of thirty years as well as by thousands in this country, as being the ouly inild, safe and efficacious remedy for married ladies, whose health forbids a too rapid increase of family. Madame Restell, as is well known, was for thirty years female Physician in the two principal Female Hospitals in Europe?those of Vienna and Paris?where favored by her great experience and opportunities^ she attained that celebrity in those great discoveries in medical science so specially adapted to the female frame, for which her medicines now stand unrivalled, as well iu this country as in Europe. Her acqusriiitances with the physiology and anatomy of the female frame, enables her?by tracing the decline and ill health of married females, scarce ip the meridian of life, and the consequent rapid and often apiwrently inexplicable causes which ronsigu many a fond mother t? a premature grave?to their true source, to arrive at a knowledge of the primary causes of female indisl>ositious?especially of married females?which, in 1808, led te the discovery of her celebrated " Preventive Powders." Their adoption has been the means of preserving uot only the health, hut even the life of mauy an affectionate wife and feud mother. The advertiser feeling the importance of this subject, and estimating the vast benefits resulting to thousands by their adoption, would most iesw*ctfully arouse the attention of the married, by all that they hold uear and dear, to their consideration. Is it not wise and virtuous to prevent evils to which we are subject, by simple and healthy means within our control ? Every ais|<osaionate, virtueus and enlightened mind will unhesitatingly answer in the affirmative. Price five dollars a ljick age, accompanied with full and particular directions. They can be forwarded by mail to any part of the United Slate*. All letters must be post-paid, and addressed to MADAME RESTELL, Female Physician. Priucipel Office, US (he wich street, New York. Office hours from I A.M. to 9 o'cloc P.M. Boston office. No. 7 Fosses st. jlO *ui?r FEMALE MONTHLY PILLS" /~)WINO to the celebrity, efficacy, and invariable aaccMS ol " Madame Rested'* Female Mouthly Pills in all cure of ir regularity, suppression, or stoppage of those functions of nature u|>on which the health of every female de|>ends, since their introduction into the United States,now about four years, counterfeits and imitations are constantly attempted to be palmed off for the genuine. Cheap common piUs are mircliased M twelve cents a box, put up in different boxes, ana called? " Female Monthly Pills," with the object of telling them, if possible, at one or two dollars a box. Females are therefore cautioned against these attempts to impose upon them. It is sufficient here to state that all Vemsle Movithlv PilU ir? mm,. terfeits, except those sold at Madame Reatvii's Principal Office, 148 Greenwich street, New York, and 7 Essex street. Boston Price SI. Madame Restell's signature is written on the cover of each box. N. B.?They can be used by married or tingle, by following the direction* enclosed inside of each box. Sola alao bv a|?pointmeut at 364 Grand street, corner of Allen, New York. jelU 2m ? r PORTUGUESE FEMALE PILLS. AND rRF.raRKD IT M. DK BOUDELOQUE, M.D.. LISBON, PORTUGAL! 'pHK Scientific combination of ingredients of which these A PilK are c<miH?ed, have made them the wonder and admiration of the world. They are known all over Europe to lie the only preparation ev?r discovered that I wis proved invariably certain in producing the monthly funis. Their certainty, in all cases, being such tint they must not be used during pregnancy, for though always mild, sa/e and healthy, they are certain to produce miscarriage if used during that iieriod. The directions are translated into English, and are veloped round with the seal of the importer, stamped. Each bo* contains the signature of M. de Boudelooue, and th* English directions have the signature of Dr. F. MELVEAU, authorised agent for the continent of America. They can be transmitted by :nail to any part of the United States.. Sold by Dr.V . ftiELVEAU, ageat and im|?ortej for the United States, o.ufe IW Liberty street, near Oreeuwich st. Price $3?half botfts |3. No half boxes sent by mail. Sold, also, by appointment, of Mr. K. M.,at 120 (berry street, near < ntharine st. Letters directed to Dr. F. Mrlveau, bo* 24, New York, will meet with iinmeniate attaotiMi. AM letters mnst be post paid. mill Imdlkw MADAME R E S T EL L , VEMALR PHY8YCIAN, Office and residence, 141 Green wich street, between Courtlandt and Liberty streets, whera she can he consulted with the strictest confidence on complaints incident to the female frame. Madame Westell's e*|ierience and knowledge in the treatment of obstinate case* of female irmjularity, stoppage, suppression, kc., is such as to require but a few days to elect a perlect cure. Ladies desiring proper medical attendauce during confinement or other indis|Hisition, will be accommodated during such time with private and resectable board. " Preventive Powders," for married ladies, whoae delicate or precarious health forbids a too rapid increase of family, will be sent by mail to any part of the United States. Price mi a package. All letters (post-iwid) addressed to boi, ?8, New York. Boston Office. No. 7 Essex strert." N. B.?Madame RESTELL would inform ladies residing out of the city, whose health would not admft of travelling, that ah# would devote her personal attendance upon them tu any |>art of the United Statea within reaaonabla distance. alO 3m* ' CAUTION TO FEMALES. MADAME REHTELL, FEMALE PHYSICIAN, would 1V1 inform ladies who, with a proper delicacy, have a repug nance to the treatment of their complaint* except by one of their own aex, that in all canes she attends to them personally, her experience, practice and knowledge enables her to do so. She deems it neceaaary to state this, aa she doea not wish to be. claased with the pretenders continually appearing anil disappearing, advertising a* "Female Physicians," wno too igno. rant anil incompetent themnelvfla are oliligi-d to get some scarry, ly leaa ignorant quack to exiierimcnt instead. Consulting par lors and residence, 141 Greenwmh street, between Courtlaud and Liberty strerta. Hour* of attendance from 9 A. M. to9 PUBLISHED DAILY BY JAMUH GORDON BENWKTT, N.W. CORNER FULTON AND NASSAU STREETS The Ni:w York hrrai.d?A daily paiwr, issued every morning of the week?price two chits per copy, Country siibscriliers furnished at the same rate, far any *|iecific peviou, on a remittance lu advance. No |M|iar sent unless |mid in advance. Thi: WRKRl.r IH.Rai.n?lasued every Saturday morning at ten o'clock?price si* ?ni> a qt-srirr i knts |ier copy?fur- , nished to country subscribers at $3 ft per annum, in advance or at the same rate for any specified period. CnaRKsroNORNTs are reunited to address their letters to wviS"whrwiS*"?UkM