Newspaper of The New York Herald, April 19, 1849, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated April 19, 1849 Page 2
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List of litters remaining in tmi new tore Poet O?oe, Arril M. "4tf- ..... HiTino the OFFICIALLY rUKLIAHFD I" ?? ?A ? Hirlnfl *"rtra^m-Uon'iha*SKi ' *,hiofc they mndrattUed. LADIES^ LIST. rii?n Anderaon Janet Appclgate Clara aIder?odMr?(J??*?Atw*" JJ,ria J Anthony Mre Fr&aitr"t) Aiiatin Maria A eea C ai.t.n Sarah A Armstrong Bridget Arm.trong Sarah II .Adams Mary A rmstrong Bridget Alford Isabella gttwoed Mrs Henry Annua l'auline Arnold Jane B Baker Mr. William Borgur Margaret Borryman Misa Baldwin Sarah E Buhner Mr* K (Broadway) Branneka Miaa C Boaworth Sophia Beooh M r. Franco. E Blakeney Ann P Blnonitield Ml.. llleako Miaa 8 Baker Mr. A (lOlh .ireet) Boat Murgarot Barry Judy Brophy Margaret Baard Catherine Barnett Mra(Madi- Butler Fanny K Binard Madame?2 aon atreet) BurtntirSu.uiiMaria Bird Caroline Barker Mi?.(Keade Buxton Mra lloiij lirien Harriet atreet) Buchanan Maria K Hruham Mra Bead llannah Bruce Elita Brown Catharine Bennett Josephine Bar.tow MraJohnB Brooke Mra William Beach Mary June Barton Winofrod N Belts Margaret Barry Ann Booutt Catherine Bell Miaa C Barney Mary Q Brooch Miaa Jeaaie Beach Margaret Bacon Kuhccca Brown Ellen Bell Lueinila ltalconnur Harriet Boone Anna ltlrrell Helen Brady Mary Buckingham Mary E Biahon Sarah Blake Mr. (Second A Bodi Mr. Robert atreet) Burdell Antonett Bode Dorett Berriun Julia BuohannonCatberine Buckley Ellen Bryuii Ann C Crait Mary Crofs Mr. (Franklin Cane Mary Cantield llannah at) Ciena Misa (Bleeo'ter Caahire Julia Close Margaret st) Carbnok Bridget Coghlan Bridget Clifford Ellcnor C Caisey Mary Conner Bridget Cobb Mary Ana Craft. Mi.a A M t u.hion Catharine Cromwell Charity Chamber. Margaret Cumminga Hannah Croal Eliaabeth CraigMta.W ilvminu C'u.acn Mury Cooke Catherine Chaniber.Mr.Henry Cnrolin Widow Cox Margaret Caffery Bridget Clancy Ellen Co.an. Margaret CaralileMiaa(9th at) Chadwiek Elixa Cook Mr. (Globe Clear Mary t ullnghan Jane R Hotel)?2 Cooke Bridget Caldwull Mary Conorer Kosana Colt Maria I) Cliusu Mr. l'eter Cotter Catherine Congen Mi.a P A Carpenter Catho- Cotter Margaret Crockett Ann Elixa rinc II Cuttur llarria A I Coburn Julia CainpballMrs(Stan- Cunible Ann I'on.tantineAnnivE tonat) Currier C'harle* Cooke Miaa A M Casun Catherine u Danahey Jnlia Donnelly Jane Deacon Jane Day Emma J Dorris Biddy Dumpgoy Mary Dnvii Mra F Duliaylu Geneviore Dolan Bridget Desmond llannah Duffy Anno Dougherty Mary Driaeal Mary Dunne Catherine Dooly Bridgot Dealvera Amelia Duffy Maria Douglas Mary Deane SonhiaEniily Dunn Dora DoLy Mary Dehorn Mrs(Chaw- Donoghue Mary Donnitdly Bridget her at) Davison Mary Ann Donely Bridget Dickort Mary Dame Mary A Dunn Mra C C Downea Juliet Dagc Misa II K Dun Emma Done Mra (Willet Deal Elizabeth Duffy Mary at) Delacy Mra(llud- Duggan Margaret Doekendorff MrsRo- son at) Duane Mary hert Devine Margaret Dyaon Mra (I7thst) DonogbcyCatherine Duggan Catherine 111 Eamahaw Mra Sa- Ethrldge Mrs J A Ellinga Catherine muel Eagan Catherine Evan* Mrs 11 A Evans Nancy Earle Margaret Fanni Mra Catbe- Finn Bridget Fruley Mra Jlcnry rine 1. Fisk Eliza f erris Mia* 0 Farley Bridget FitzaiinmonaBridgetFiming Catherine Fanshaw Mrs U Al- Flinn Ann Findlay Jane lison Fish Mary Fields Sarah M Farwell Margaret Forsyth Miss E Frink Maria Farley Bridget Farrell Ann Fitzputrickllonnora Ferguson Mrs Fave Bridget Fitzgerald llunora ( Washington at) Fallon Mrs (13th st)Foster Sarah Ferris Catherine Flanagan Mra (12th Fotilke Alra( UroadFeeny Elizabeth street) way) FineL Mary Freur Caroline G Gladding Susan Gillies Cornelia Galhriith Jane Gaffeney Mary Griffin Margaret?2 Caddis Ellen Gafney Ellen Goldsmidt Mary Gannon Itoddy Graham Clarissa K Louisa GoorgeMrsStophons Gray Lydia Gordon Fanny Geary Mrs (2.'>th at) Greedy Eliza Gallighcr Margaret Green Mrs II D Cahan Miss (Great Gray Sarah Jane Creuly Mary Jones street) Gansevoort Mary A Gibbins Isabella Gremalda Miss E Garity Mrs( Hiving- Gorman Catharine Greenland Ann ton street) Grogan Catherine CcunetMrsCM Cage Easter L Gunning Susunne Greenly Mrs George IF Hugos Miss MA Holmes Laviniah Henderson Mrs Ilayward Catherine Hull Mrs G H (Fourth street) 11 artnott Widow Hutchinson Esther Henderson Mrs Haven Mrs S D Hutchinson Einily (Courtlandt st) Haiiiu Ellen Hughes Mrs E J Hitt Catherine Unud Rose?2 Hunting Mrs M Q lliggins Mr* James Heeley Anne llawes Margaret Howes Lucinda Heart Adelaid N Unndcock Mis* llogan Mrs(Broome Herrmann Louisa (Janies street) street) Heloyllrs(MulberryHammill Mary Ileurlbut Mary G street) Uaming Mrs L L Hubbard Elizabeth Jlirlcy Josephine Havens Louisa A Hughes Durotha lliggins Mary Hayes Mrs (9th uv) Hughes Louisa llinuricVs Mrs llerriman Mrs LB Hunt Mrs(Canal st) H oil en Mary M Uenery Margaret-2 Uustod Mrs Uillett llolleu Margaret IolJ Iva Mrs John Jones Sarah A Jackson Margaret Jones Mrs S A Jennings Virginia Jones Julia A Jones Mary Jane- Jarvis Sarah A June Jane M Jones Margaret Jones Mrs (Avenne Joioe Mary V B Johnson Mrs M V D) Jones Ann Jennings Mary ^ Knapp Lucretia Kennedy Eliza Kennedy Sarah Kemp M.iria T Kingslry Mrs Geo Karelin Mary Knoass Susan M King Estliur Kennedy Catharine Kelly Cathurine Kogn Bridget Kelly Mary Kenny Miss A Karney Mrs (Stan- Kelly Bridget Kenny Catherine ton st Kelly Mary Ann Kenny Bridget Kellogg Mary K Killen Bridget Kelly Ellen-2 Kenny Catherine Knowlos Mnry Kelly Elizabeth Kerr llary Kruger Catherine Is Lawrence Jane 6 Lloyd Nancy Letate Sarah Lawrence Margaret l.nclir Lidnnia Leary Ellen-3 Lashort Mrs E Lyon Mrs Butler Livingston Mrs Lee Mrs U M Lynch Marv (Broadway) Leavenworth Cor- Langevin Mary Lollan Jnnnah-3 nelia T Lawrence Miss E Loughhead Sarah Lee Mary Laugura Jane Logan Helen I.ester Kliia Lee Mrs RK Lyons Kachael Livingston I.onisaR Lewis Mary Ann Lyons Mary Loien Elizabeth M Mailley Ann Horin Mary Meard Anne Mansuv Madame V Moore Margaret Millard Lucy HiilMagrath Margaret Murtha Catherine dah Martin Mary Murtagh Bridget Mitchell Margaret Martin Mary Mary Miller Catherine Median Catherine Murrey Elizabeth Morris Mrs Mitchell Jano Murphy Mrs (West Morgan Mrs (4th st Miller Elizabeth Broadway) Morris Mary Miller Eliza P Manuel Jane Mullon Aan Miller l'amelia Mallory Eliza Monaghan Bridget Morgan Mary Re- Magarry Johannah Murphy Bridget borca Magolighan Marga- Muuu llellen Morris Sarah O ret Murphy Anne Montgomery Cora Mackey Miss E Mulveny Bridget Nc MrCnire Ester McEhhone Cntlie- McCormick CatheMe A lister Jean rine rine McCurty Mr (SHth M cKeon Susan McEnwe Jane street)?2 Mcllahon Margaret McGrane Mary MeCoffcrty Ann Mc.N'amara Ellen MoGiness Ann McDonaugh Eliza- Mcyuillcn Bridget Mclialian Bridget beth P McAarthy Mrs McHue Bridgot McDermot MrsThos (Crosby street) McMahon MaryAnn McGough Anne McCarthy Ellen McMullnn Mary McGrork Ann Janee McClusky Sarah MeVay Catherine McGuire Mary McDougnl Jane N Newell Analanah Nowlin Sarah Nowland Ann NorrisMaryJ Nash Mary N'usou Mary o Ogden Mrs C II O'Reilly Mrs (Mott O'Shanghenessy OTlagberty Mrs street) MaryAnn (East st) O'Baine Ann Odriscal Mrs Oakley Mrs C O'llara Mrs John O'Dwvcr Mrs (BaOsgood Mrs Eraneis O'Hara Mrs D tavia st) 8 O'Brien EBun O'Lcary Catherine Palmer Miaa (Lewie Petrie Miaa A V Pease Maria street) Pittinan Mrs E W Perril Fredrica Pray Catherine Picrson Sarah J Perry Mn(Variok Page Rebecca P Porter Anne M Place) Page Eunice Patteraon Eliza Powell Ann Periival Mary Pattereon Ellen Power Margaret I'caa Elian K Patteraon Mra M A Pope Catherine Piarry Mra Patteraon Mary J Power lionora Q, Quin Mary Qnin Mona M Ray Kate A Robinson Catharine Revilly Biddy Randolph Mrillen- Routand Miaa V Reilly Mary ry P Kolnnaon Margaret Heave Ellen Rafferty Catharine Roberta Marnaret Rend Deborah Reynolds Julia Ma- Kueh Anu Riley Eliza ria Kudd Mary, Cherry Riely Catharine Reulhal Margaret atreet . Howe Mary Reaaan lionora Ryan Ann RoaenthalnarahAnn Ktidor Matilda Kanlett Nancy Roome Kliiabeth Reilly Mary Raiuaav Sarah J KoweMra, Lewis at Riorden Klita Rutherford Marga- Roberta Emily IE Richardson Mrs C ret Rufua Mra, White at Ryder Lucy P Raawcya J.nvina Spillman Mary Shcrldcn Marr St John Margaret Schotta Sarah Stewart Martha Samuels Maria Scott Mary Sheeran Margaret Reunion Mrs (*th at Slotinc Susan Spring Mra Sainual Sanford Margaret Sullivan Eliia Simpson Emily K. Sharp Eliia Stutta l.ydia Spillman Hetty Spear Jemima Snyder Mra II II Smith Ann Swedenatine Mra Starrett Mra A E Smith Henrietta A Stevenson Mra Jo- Samuela Mary Slowen Ann gepli Sharkey Mra (3d av Strong Marion L Stevens Ellen SchancV Miaa A M Solda It.nana Swift l.ueinda Stnnton Elizabeth Ruhr Madam M Smith lliinnali?3 Spear Margaret B Stuoome JuJiah Smith Catharine I* T Tammun Mra Turkcr Mrs( Wash- Trcadwcll Emily D Travis Catherine iiigton plaee Thompaon Jane Tait Elizabeth A Tulev Vary E Thorn Mra( WaverTreaeott l.ueinda C Tratnatn Sophia lev Place) Tilly l.ydia Tliarntlcr M.irg*ret Tucker Sarah A Thomas Barbara Taylor Eater Tully Mary Thompson Malm.la V Velaon Ellen M Vanliaa I'lube Van Anker Parmnlia Van NameeVeaney Vogt M?ni^ Van liorn Catherine Watson Ann White Mary Ann Warren Mar/rare! W'adleigh Charlotte Williams Mary Walaworth Mary Ward Mra( William Wilaon Misa( liroad-it'iynsi Sarah street) *'*y) WhcntMraJ Walker Mra(Fulton White Mrs (Water Weil Kica treet) street) Williams Mra A W Wheeler Henrietta White Eintna W hitman Nanev Welchnian Mm J Hamuli MmS \\ ilami Khiaheth Welch Mr* Edwin Wallace Jane Williama Miaa C E Wilaon Mis* M E Water, Grnoe Nylin Mary Ann White Elizabeth CENTLEME.V3 T. A Arharbarnel Ru'k Adami Byman IJ Adam Charlex Adama William A t ram k Johaaon Acklnnd John--] Abel, a i'harlui Adlor David Abel I' 11 Adlor George Adnin* Henry Adama Byman Afriranua Edwd Allen Richard Allan Mr Allen George II Alhna II Allen Aaa Arma Freeman O Aldrich E V Allen llenry P Adams M illiaui A lien George Ameall H Arnlieitn Mona'r Allortaon < apt S Alley JatneiD Atcliiaun Andrew Aahlty John Aytnar E Armatrnng Jaa Andrew, l.yman Auld Cant Jacnk Auatin I.avinia Anatin John F Arnold Win B--J Armstrong Jaa R. 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Oeo W lllackman Homer Baldw tug Thug Bartell Monroe B llaralcy Kdward llerrr Daniel Barlow Jnaeah L Bany John Bartlette GenJG Barry Oliver Alaikor Ik Morgan llanle'te Dr J 3 Barton It C Butt Edward Battle* k Brother Btrtlu k Belden Itarkcr John Q Harlow Tlnaaa Barton Charlee Harnett I. 3 Harlow J L Bartholph Abik'ni Harlow Capt L IV Harlow Utteholl Harker Urea Harnard O Q Harrioklo John It Harlow Charlea Hnrrablno Nicli'a Harhoui Samuel llarry Haalel llartling M C Harry William Haihfurd Jame* Hlanwelt k l.aUa Ulith Martin Hlatohfurd Jooeph Jlaahford Rioh'd lloebe Genre* Heauinont Fran a 1* Breach Mr Hrednn Hurt Ueainon Capt W 11 Ileotty Hubert lleueill Edwar1 HeuohJohuC Heat Mr HennottJ Honaun Hubert Benjamin E B Brenau Dr Hrenuan Joaeph Burgh J C Iirennan Frank Herder CS Bleunerbnaoett Bergen Tin.ma* Brenan Uernard Hermann llenham II ? Hutu Tlioiaaa Bennett W II llront 1* N Hurry II J Henton I" D Hennur Keuhen llleyfuea k Deoart Heny l.ewia W llnwon Cornel'* llergor Froderiok Helton Mr Hletnem Jatnea II lieruy Anion I) Rrett laaae Herrynian Jaa S Ilell Robert C Benjamin t>) 0 Henjamin Hark?3 HolUlami, aenr, T Brighani K 3 Hiddiluh Tbuina* Iliber Carl Higelow Ilenj 1 Hilun Monaieur Hriua Alex D RickeratoB A Hilling* Carina* ltrioklo John Riddle I* A Hilling* Horace llriard Cant Wm A Hiahop Cha* B Uiroli Jamea Hixby Daniel HliverAnaon Hirt William Bird Abraham II Biigg* Cant Danl C Brogan John llude l>r W lloagart D A Broukett W U Hogart Stephen HOgart I'eter Bhing L Elia* Hnotua Edward llrumley J W R llrouner Mule* or Booth Edwin V Hnnklinin Clias Samuel Bronard i'eter Bntioke Michael Brown l> II Brother* Charley Brown I'at I oyer R R Buyer Edward A Hourk l'utriek Ilrown Jame* HrowaJohn Urown John Hoyle Edward R Brawn Ira Brown J Bradford Hruwor Geo E Brown John W Hoatwiuk laaao 3 Ilrown William Ilrown John II Howcn Col Geo liowne I-owl* Ilrown Samuol W howiTK A lieiiatea Rrnwna J IT c B llrovtno llnrtson Brown Muthias Brown Samuel Brown Wm II Brown Ira Iluckly llartholo'w Biiell A 11 It C N Buddinke A D Buoliholi Br Mason Druse, J r, David Butler Calvin N Buttertleld Asaph Buokley William Buckley Henry Buck Kev Vnl'a Buckingham Ik Burton Charles Burns W Hons?2 Bunting Jamos Blunt J Burrows Mr Brunswiok II Burr It Brothers Burr Ik llaighh Burnet Uilbort Bourk Joseph W Blyth Joseph liuthess J lliirriilgo Thus Blunt MaJ Siia'n Butler (lilhert Q Brumniell Win Butler Jacob llnrdiok Wm II Brush C W Bush (> N Burke M J Burrows Ilenrr B Burke M K Buckley U R Buxton ('apt Ben Bryan John C Byrne Ceo C C CaboonJohn Cauficld Mulcom Campbell Wm Callaghan Wm Crano Jas M Cady K II or Lu'f Canuxon Abjandxo Cranson Wm Craig W S T ('affray Matthew Campbell Hon D Callahan Thos Crahan I.awrence Campbell Jas Cannillo F I>e P Crandior Themily Cady I,uchus Cam ber Ik Arnold Calhoun Soth Campbell Daniel Crano A II Calhin Dennis Campbell Ceo Colkin W IT Cauart Austin Cahill Timothy Champion N L Canda Win Cady D II Calle A Campbell A E Channey lien Collum Wm J Cruinpton itussel Campbell l'otur Campbell lien Crone lien C Canada James Crasar V Carpenter Robt Carter Jarvis Cayr Mons Alexander Clark Jas I. M Carney 1'utk Clark Jas Chnpin I.yman Carter B Chase. Lilly It Co Cary Clark W Cnroll Wm Clark Joseph G Clurk Ebenoser ('ashman The* Cartin Matthew Clark Snshuir F Carey M M Clark J I* Chupin I.ette I* Card Geo W C'rary 1'eter Caspars Mr Carter W F Ik Co Carter John Clark Augustus Clark l'atk Carr Anthony Cartan John M Clap Thos Clark N B Clark Thos Chaso Joseph Csrpenter W B C Cassidy Richard Clark Geo Carroll I'ut Carter Hun Carpenter Robt Castruni Salvatore Clark J M Casliano Wm Carte Win T Clark N II Carlisle Thos Carty Barthol'w Clark Geo W Chnpinnn Chas Caulk Alonzo W Crunford Robt W Cavunaugh Pet C Claxton Alex Cathin Jas M Clayton Jas M Canvanaugh Pet C Crunch John Clement! Krnvissa Cloary Joseph Creed Thos Clements lien 11 Clements 11 II ('ready l'otur Cehlort I. Cregier Miuhael Castles John Chester Wm H Clomonta A N Clements A N Clement! Jas Chedell Mr Creach J 0 Cherrl Mr ('rex Antoin Chitt ('has Christopher Jes'h Christopher Geo Child K V Colvin Thos Collins Mylos 0 Connolly John Conrad Cliaa Crowin Cornelius Case Connor Connell Hugh Connortori Thos Cole Matthew Connnr Timothy Colby S It Colius Donnis ('nates Andrew Cholwins Francis Colton Francis Cole Charles II Cookrano T Cole l'hineas Collins Jason Conger A Coker James ('only I'at Crockor Ik Pratt Coffin Isaac N Connor James Connor Mr Cohen lieu It Ce Craft Obediah Coffin Rufus Cobb EH ('olnir Samuel Connry.Isaao Conkwright Jas Coackley l'atk Colt Samuel O Conklin Daniel C Colby Cahel R Craft Obediah Colvelle John Cobb Josias M Cobb II 1. Colfare Kimball P Coungga Cornel's Coghun John Colbath James Cross M Ik Co Cross M Ik Co Cross h Hoyt Cross M It Co Cross J C'ooner It Smith Comings Mr Crossoner Edw D Corbet! Chas Crosson John T Corr I'atk Cook Edw AMD t'ookloy J?lm C Cogershall Geo Comyn Florence CrossonJolmT Corkeny Jerera h Cow limn W 11 Cottell Mr Cowley John Crow Mr Caupcrthwart Thos Crow John Crotty;M Ik Co Conmont Eilw Cowlee F A Cettroll S K Cox Cant Cox John Courtoi* llector Crowcll Soth Coville Jas Cully Win Cunts Jacob Church Ilea Cummings Rev J Culbert S Cruck A Curtih Alfred Crucer Eugene Cruckshank J T Chutiti J M Curtis Win N Cunningham J 3 Crult Ehenozer Currier Ebon M Cullitn John Cunningham John ^ Dally John 3 * Daily Drni* Dally Andw F Dalilman 1j Drakely St Fenton Drake Kurt C DallJas Dariov'F A ' Daris Ira 11 Darwcnt Wm Davi* Ira 11 Danaick ('has J Davidson Ctiaa E Darin* Messrs Darin A M Jr Dnmilch I'otrio Day Anilw 11 Day John U Day James Dashu K F Dougherty ft DlckDanicl J J Darie* Hon! erson Darie (lalcn W Draper ft Tift Davidson Is Daria Dr E Davia F W Day Uee W Damelaon T Daniela W A Davison John | Davison Galen W Dolany John Degraw Jas Deitch Theold Delaney l.awrenee Doodler I< Deun John 11 De lieiiigis T De Castro D J Dean E T Decker Richd De Estiinunville Boliviano B Oapt Dean A bcrt Delldlde F A Debort E S Deluvan Wm A Decker Ca|>t Wm Delahunty Pat Desmond John Drennon Alex Devianer Miohl Denning Thoa Dennia Mr Derden Mr Denocke Mr Denniss Thoi Dent John IT 3 Dermodv Jas Dowoolfe li Derereux G T Dewoolfe Ijintii Dewey Dr J Y? Donrille Auguste DewittDrJ Y Dibble Jacob D Dickinson 1' Dikeman W A Didric Geo Drimmer Alex Devlin I'atk Dinsmnre C Drinkinaon J D Driet 1'aul Drinaw Fat Drisooll Michl Dodge lleury Dods 11 H Docring Rev C II Doane Samuel Doud Francis DoutyWm Doud Jas Doughty Jas Doyle Joannah Donald Wm Dominie Geo Doughty Eilw Derwira John Dooly Jas Donoly ltalrieh Doud John Doolvy I'atk Dorr Miohl Doty Mr E Danahue T S DowdingJohn Douglass Gee 3 Doolittle K II Dougal Wm U Dongal Wm II Down Nioholas Dougherty John Dwight Wm F Dyk T K Dallagun Ames Duncan Jas Dunn Mattin Duff M Jl DuntonWraC Dunn Dennis IlwyerJas Dusenherg W 0 Dunn Horace D Dubois Robert Dugan Fatk Dur.veo E Durand F Ilugma K K Dudley Col J G Duffey Chas Ilugna Martin Duff Hugh Drydvn Edw Duabrow U K Eaton Saml Edmonds Wm EaatonJob Elliott Wm Edmonda Morria D Early I'eter F.aaton Gilea A Edwards Wygant Ellia Saml Eastman Tim A Elliott Wm Edwards Assel East Jaa T Elliott Col J D Earle John Ellis I.ewis D?2 Eaaton Chas Elsworth Wm Ely Wm F Edwards I'rof J P Edsall II V Eslier Geo Emeraon Wm 11 Eloos K V M Evans Henry Ennia Edward Engle 11 II Evaua J C Emery John A Emerson J M Everett A E F Farrel Jas Flsntgsn Wm Flanigan It? Farmer K Francis Wm II Farrully Hugh Fray Mr (Vande- Fairfield Walter Farwelf John H water it) Fraser Benj V Fraaner llarid Farin Chas D Farmer Stephen B Farrer Joseph FroemyerAlex Freenen Futcr Felimann It Frederick Wm Freodman Solomon Freethy Reuben Fetter Jill Fntlintrhn vmtn T Frt?l?t* Itfistlil Fenn D CM Ferri.'AY'oF" FerriTl oilman firming Mini F Fleming F II Ferraaon Jai Fielding John Field Augustus Fisher Jus J linn John Fish Win Fillion Mons?8 FinUjaon J B Fitigernld Elidha Fisher Solomon J lnignn James Flinn John Flinn Wm Fish llowland R Flint J M Fisher A FiihSith Fnher L rilher John Jinhor linn Geo Fine Ilun John Fieh V 0 E'W? 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JaootF.il JairdJohn Jacob* John 8 Jaekeriem Jamea Jacoh* Joseph W Jacob* Aaron Jauld* Jn* W Jaine* W C Jagwish Abraham ! Jennings It I'icraon Jeffery John Jeiik* Robert W Jifler* Jamea Jerome T A Jenkin* Win , Joliiiaon Jr Alex Johnson Albert D Jerome A 8 Johnson Ilonry W Johnson J T Johnson John Johnson Jame* N Johnson Chas A Johnson William I Jones John Johnson Noadiah Johnson Nathan Jone* Daniel D Jones Samuel C Jonoa Jr Owoa Junes Roy Theo- Jones It Co John Jones Dasid II ; . philus Jonea Geo H Jones Capt Wra JuddUr Joslyiu A M Julruen Thomas Jone* David C < K Knoblauch f'hn* Kaiser Const Knapp Christina I hauti Frederick Knapp Win S Kane John A knaj>|> Isaac J Kearney Thomas or Keaughran Tho* Kelly Thomas Patrick Kelly George Kelly Wm Kelly Potor KclsoyJohnVT j Kelly James Keating Redmond Kelly Nat j '' hu"' ",n Kelly l'atriok Kelly I)r Vt m Kensett John F Kettle Louis A j Kenuiston Jacob KensettJF Key J 11 Kenn Leopold KoinMo AlbcrtRod-Kenny Thos ; Kerch Michael ney Kennedy James < Kent Win F Kosaoll Rudolph Kent Goo L f KiosorJohn Kiornun Joseph Kolby Horatio N jj Kilburn Jamel M Kiernan James Knight I'nrey S ? Kidder J Kristollor M Kingsland Thos f King I.awrence Kriatman M Kiminell Joseph II } King It H King Ervin King R f Kinney John Kimwarth Joseph Kirwin Edmund f Kimberly SenDavid King John King J It f Kehn II Kirby U E Kroll Adam f Kuuhlcr Caspar Koeppel lleinrioh Kohler Louis < Klosen Gusta* Komg Anton Kroner Curl Knox I'atriek Krunthal M Knowles Augustus < Kuckeu George Kuliuvr Wm Kruger Gottford ; * Labrie Edward?2 Lynch 1'otor (Cedar Lavole Joan Bap- J Larkin Martin at) tisto 1.ansae Mens I.agondnrpt Geo A Lawson Daniol j Lathron Calvin Lane Henry Larimer Jr Win?3 { Lanoy Thomas Landsbcry Gerson Larkina Meal ^ I,atio Charles Lascll Joaiuh Lane llenj I.awrenco I'hinens Lawrenoe Mr Lameroaux JeromeF Laird John Lnndoker David Lappam Charles * baton Mr l.nssalle Uyacinthe Leonard Thos Lamsou.GoodmanSt Laughlin Win Lee W Foster " Co Lawyer John J Lenkauf Herman J Lane Horace Lungdun George Leavenworth VTut '} I.uib Christian Leiningur Conrad Leggett Joshua ') Lohnell Stephen Leaycruft Richard Leant Win K 1 Leo Thos S Lcary John Lee Alfred Lundy L S Lee Charles A Leonard Sauinel J LeftweichlsaaoJ?2 Logan He Co 1* H Lewis Mona '' Leach L W Leach Samuel Loimnon It 0 1 Leathers James B Lee Thomas U Levy Aaron ^ Lessn John LenyGuatav Lipneld W W J Leunerst Mr Lemosej F W Lipenkot Isaao R ' Lennon lleury Lester Joseph Lippman Adolpk Lenta Caleb Len^hi I'aul Livingston Edward ' Levy Jacob A Lillis Miohuol Lodge Goodfellows 'r Lipscombo Geo B Libbey F No 28 J,into James (J Lindin J O Lodge Sons of Tern- , Livingston Wm K Little Woare C perauco Lodge St Jotin's No 1 Lockwood Wm Bowery Division No \ Lodgo Noah's No 1 Lockwood Thos Locko Wm Lowe W U Lockwood JasL Loder Ik Morrison Lott G Y Loey Isaao Lockwood G W Lowell David B Loftus Michael LoworyJasN Loraine C Loud Wm Y r LovettJshn Luoye Dtte Low John _ Lorriinor John Lynch J H Latauf Nleholas ' Lowdcr B T Lucko Ernst Lune Andrew II " Lynoh Bnruard Lyon Jonathan Lyushy John Lyons Thos Lawler Thomas Lumnsr James j Lynoh Wm B Lane II Lynoh I'eter (Wtllst y 1,yell John Lathrop Josoph St) Lasallo Charles ^ BE v Mackroll Robert Mackenly Mr (Pearl Mackie John M i Maddox John II at) Maintait William i Maher Martin Marloro George Malone Michael MaienkeroitiC W Malone James Mansfield Win II i Magane Mathew MilnerJas Maher Edmund Magin Michael Muloon Nathaniel Maloy ('apt Jas . Maigne Viotor McCarthy John Main Edward . Maloon Nath'l Magnire Bernard Maitland David , Marx John Martin Walter Marti John N . Marriner James Martini L Marshall John . Martin Wm N Mason Jonas Martin Mons (Cen Martinei Rafael Masses Major C tro Market nl) . Martin L Y Marceius Gilbert Martin John M Marshall S Masterson Barusy Marayen II nitriiliiiii 1 aprons mason n r starve, jiunusu Martin Dan II, M artel J I, Mattia Chas 1 Mathews Jacob M Mathews,,u A Allen Meyer Julius 1 Maj-luw Mr (licctorMearn Michael Meroer Hubert 1 "v Metford 8 Meinert Christ 1 Mend Malton D Merrill C C ? U Meyer* Hazard Meldrum James Mead Nathaniel B Metrgar Valentine Million Samnel Michel Henry 1 Miller John E Miohelo William ' M?lfarei C M#,!uW<lr (Suf-Milter Geo Miller & lionuoU folk tit) Min?r i n MillorJo8('pk Middleton A Mitoboll Franoii Micholle Millard fc Bellow Mills J V Michelle Michel 1'ierre Miner E G Miles John Molony I'att?2 Minor Ilarrer Morgan James Moore Miohael Marse J W Mowin fl""1 Morse Capt Jas T Mo.es Ahron MorreH linn is] Moore M m U Morrison Michae 1 M?? Thaiet t u?ore ',! T ? Mortimer Simon Morris RnK?,fp Moore IlenrT C Morris Israel liars! T it Morris Jacob Moore Win II Morse Til Monaett lonsaink Morrison A L *i*r. .1 il'T?4,? W'illiam Mortos Josiah 3 Meoncy Ale* II Mott Gehu Monaghan John. Montgomery Robt Moraan llenrr E Morrle Nelson Morton banl N Mulligan Michael Moody Ensebuos Z Murrv Edward Murphy John Murphy John Mnrpny James MustagliThos Mucliale John sxir.Jo" sssyjsssL sSSus "Si? ae..s;..,.u?,s. Mvpri f if u;' 0l . ^ Mullen Marcus Mann Silas MuU MiffiP.m"R ms > Mac fiSKMSS, SSrAlM " "<?? gsers?sr sssaajfi s;ar/A", ft&ssss&a isS'ffi S:nr.;ti:tt"ficsBiKS" SStt&iffl esjfassS8iXX"UM SlSSs'3" sS??S?t : McKeo Joseph McNeill John McGilf'WiUilim? 1 pEiJsr ESS-1' i M?Kinney Ambrose McNa.f.ar. Thos MeA'aneM?"1" ' Meraruid,M^XLn ] noiutyre j>m?i a aisvt lmrter James McDonald James 1 W 1 NailnnUn# Nagol Charles Nappe Chas Noil John K Neustadt James Nelson II A 2 Negus Henry J Nelson II A Noddle Ferdinand Negretti N Niff Joseph Leopold Nelson Socrates New-comb Jno Newton Uraniah 3 Nelson John C Newton U W NeviusJasA Newton Geo Nelson John C Nlohols U D Nichols Tlios L Nice Christian Nixon Aroher Nickiuaon CapttainNiles John ft Co NiolmlsCaptain N?- * 1'aine II Norton Andrew thamel Noon DonniS Nsxon James NnreottDrJD Norris J Noble John Nolan Joseph North J D Noonan Danl NortonUohn Norrel K M Nolan Oeo II Noyes Oapt Amos " Nolan Thomas Niekorson James ? b O'Neale Eugene MI) O'Donnell John O'ltrien Chas ( Orth I.ewis O'Donnell Thos O'Conners Win a Oppenhoim IlenJ O'llolaran NicholasO'llourk Bernard I Orime Mr (Dirislen Orrick Jasper Oneil Con v street) O'Connell John O'Flaherty Mioh'l 1 O'Brien Robert Olyphant Darid Oatman Albert C ] O'Brien Ilenry Orton Henry B Ogden Tlios L r Orrell Kilwara O'Sullivau Jno Osterhouse Peter r Osborn llomer R O'Galliftan Patk Osborn Sam'l J O'Sullivau Timothy O'Donnell Chas Osborn It Swan Orr Lee j P f Parker ffm r?gin Joel Paderson George a Page Francis Paine Jaa L Plaoe E 11 ? Parker Frederick Parker Geo Pratt Lewis Angus- r Place Kpliraim Parker Thos A tut Palmer John B Palmer Geo W Paine Geo S Pradt Lewis A Parker L K. Pale Wm Pateherge Mr Piatt C N Peterson W J , Pratt Joseph Polter Chat Palten Wm Pratt Ik Rrigg* Payne N M Palten Willis , I'alaln ('apt Nath'l Peyton ft Hawkins I'ealt Frederio B , Phelps Henry 0 Phelps Oeo W Peek Wm (J Preble John Q Peirse Wm Peers Moses l'eabody Cnpt Jno Pearson John Peck ft Barker f Peck Ilirain Pearsons Illram Pease K N Pearson II Peekham ('apt Chasl'eck Geo M Q Pearson Mr Pearsons Col II Peters Frederick! Pendrcll ('list Penny Nathan Peshon Joseph t P. ti rJosch Perry Darid Prerost L T ? Penny Henry Petrrson C J Perkins Wm L f, Price Moses I'nrson Henry R Peifer Monsieur Prince Isuso Phillipe Godfrey Philips Andrew Prunell C Puife Joseph Price J B ? Phillips Ssm'l ftWml'rict K II Penney Lewis t Pritrhett Ceori* Pirrie G M I'irkin John W Phinney IlkE Phillips It R Pillsbury NO . Pindar Joseph Philips ft Rons Piper Philip W Poissnt Jules I'oinsenrt l'ierrs Power Walter >1 PopeJamrt Porter Hugh Poinumky Msrita j Poynryty Ilyman Porter Edward Pool W F Porter Win 1'rootor Cassins Pound John Poillsn Jame* Pollard Charts* Poland Capt Ilor's m Pop* PC Pollard Isaac Port Junes M 7 Pswer O P Porter Rufus L Pool W t J. Potter W Porter Frederick 3 Phimley A R Purdy Ilenry Putnam Judson A Putnam Oeo P k Pugsfl# DC " Or (^niek Patrick Quick James B "Quick Smith f, v> n vuiun unnnu ^uiniaril fc U ? R b, Raeker Jamee Ralyea Peter Randall Vm Harigan Jamee Randall laaae RalTerty William '* Kamlnll HrnwnACo Kavnen Edwd A RafTerty Fatriek CI Rathhona I. G Rawaoa A I' Raulett Wm II * Radclifle Jacob Hainaey John HaynorTWR ' Kabel J C HadfordiieoJaekaonKaggazjoni Joaeph 41 RclilBeld Wm Reynold Edward Randall Isitno It f1 Kerley I'atriek Horned F Renaowa Tlioi J Reynolda Samuel Rechill K Keif (i Anton 41 Reyer Miaat Hpeae Wm 8 Redmond Thai ?' Reevea Jot P Hennick llenry B Rapt# N W Road I. A Kenyan Julia Reynolda Dean F Reiohart Jotin 8 Reader Henry Remold. Jaa I< Rellly Jaa Renther Mr Regan laaae Sf Reed l.uciua II Reynold J N Reea A Weed 7. Roed H Read ('harlea Reynold a Edward Rice Hriaa Riley Key II A Reerea Joa P Kintel II Kinn Roger Riron Chriatian , Roily Edward Ring C II Rltohey Robert ,! Riloy John Ring Thome. Riee Ferdinand Richardann And B Rily John Riley John u Ringer Miehael T Rleharda Jaa RiWte llowen C ,l Rieharda l.ewia Rhienhart John Riecke I'ar.ttoa T' Hiki nmn ( Ilea U Riley ('apt Joa Riley Joha Kilter CliaaW Rider Rnfua W Riley Joa Cap! , Riley John Richmond Rydla W Rngneiranr Woaea lr Hiker I)r I'henlx Richmond Daniel Rieahiem A llerlya Higlee Wm II Robinaon Alei Riley AS .. Riddel ('harlea Reagan John Roohe Michael Rodgera Thof Roliertaon Jamea Kohartaon.MannACo Robert Mr Roche John Roohe llenry ? 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Roach John Roger, t'barlea T Roberta John Reek John Robinaon K A Rodgera Geo I. RoberUon Wm llobln.on ( ha. Rogara Robinain S I Robinaon F. R Rogera (apt Klipho-Hoa AI rah , Roger a Stephen let IJ Roliertaon Anthony i, Roberta Winalow Roy A Pe Rootera A C ' Robinaon Jaa Kooney John Roaaoa He. ,! RoaauJa* Homer lltnreich R?aa 1'liilaadet onalds Rnttibard Roonoy Thai Roma Ju oat Ooo W Koeevelt fruoll Konon M arcelU :omo Capt David Ryan Wm Rjou Richard losonthull Simon Huston W J Ryan James lyan John Ruaeet Caleb Rndea laaao P lust Win Kumsay Mr llyon James J Luthertord Alex N Ro*?cl1 Tkomai Ryan Jaa K tynix John Itjan Edward Humble Otif D lyerson 1'olor O Kussel L A Kuaaell Samuel D 8 ichnallh* llcareacb Sanfor J It Son Sampson J Iranian Win St John John Sranlnn Michnot Icallou <!ro Swan John Statu John prayne Jaa T SaufordJuoT Sohrador Meson ilalf I.ora A Stack Thoa Sandura Saml Samoa Silaa Small Klieha Sampaya Don Joao Saolcr Anton Hchnialhfaldtt T G Schumakor Mr Sandier I'rdro Ag- Salmon Jaa M Sanford Alchiel nero Sohlagonhaufer Salesburg ItowbenQ sanford Thomson Sliafor It I,'lark Sawjro Thoa Sehuckelford K I) Strang Jaa Sparling llcnj Stapleton Edwd?2 Sawyer Wnnhury D Suaulding Abrl saundera ('apt P Sliattaek Abiel E Saundora Fredk .V sawyer b'apt Still- Skrato I' U Shea Jaa man Sheilei l'att StebbinsJaaQ srutry Devi Shoddru lleo Shea Holland II Sheehan Ilanl Sears Edwd J Sholinan Michael Shohan Thoa ShealsirJaa Sheoinet N ioliolaa iellock David M Stehbina StophanaA Spcur Darid A jhelloon Mr 7th It Strerter jr llayos Sueill Wm Hth avuiiuuo Suolry Warren Skeakan Mortr Steele Jus Stearns Or Chai II Sneckor Capt W sMoctuiau Jaa D SweetacrJoa Soheldt O Ad 'sleeper Win II Snoar Capt Arthur Spear Augustus A Sellew ('apt Orrin Sheridan J no Sheldon Jaa Sleeper Walter M Seymour W II Stewart A Co Jai Shenden Mark Sherwood Win?2 Stewart Joa Stcphaaius Muni Stevenson Wm O Stewart Alfred Swclt Saml Shephardlon Simm Stevens (i P Seymour Druthers Seaen U Sterena Thoa S t Co Stewart Jno D Steven Ik Son Raed Sherman It Bacon Stevenaou Thoi Sherman Chai Stewart Warren M Seymour ('has Spencer R Shephard Matliew Sinclair liliugley-2 Simera Win L Seymour W 11 Sinclair R Shirght Win ShilowJui Striker Joi Stein llobt?2 Still well 8 Springsteen Francis Sims Ebonoaoc Simpson Wm Stinaon Cldeonli?2 Siinaon ilry Spurring R E Smith Sidney Simingaon Jaa Swift Moaei II Smith John T Smith Thoa II SpringerCornolinsII Smith llry Smith Phill Smith N II Smith Petor Smithlco Ainol Smith l.eon Smith Dartly Sinitli Micliaul Smith William Smith James Ij Smith M It?2 Smith James R Smith Coo L, Alida Smith Richard B Smith Capt Elliott steamhuat Smith John h Smith Charlei Smith Dafayetti Smith Ilugh FletchSmith W A Smith Ceorgi er Smith John Smith liuorgo Smith Daniel Smith John 8hlpman (1 C Smitten S W Smith llenry Scufield Cliaa A HoMUt llov Mr Smith Etbon Stockmyor J L Slooomo l,ewii Sioane C S Short i'otor Southard Abol Soth Peter Stonoa Abraham Snow St Co rtlivir SoliottaWm Swone Kdward Shorted Jolin Strong A li, MD Seott Coorgo E Somcra James Stouteuburgh, Day Snow It Anderson Soott John J (It Co Sullivan Motto Sutton It liaker Soott Capt Franaia Shute Jamea D Summer Cliaa?3 Sullivan Jumel Smith Shusoy Shuck Prodk A Stuards Jmnes Sullivan Michael Sliumway 11 SnisaoBled Patrick Suthorland Alex Sullivan T J St S Shute Reuben Sutherland Sam Scobort Auguatua Soudder II J Stubbletiold Jai C Stuart Robert Stuyvcaant Peter D Sugdun J Li Suitli F llyinan Smeed Kiehard T Talbot Jesse?3 Taylor Win R Thair Alexander raylor Victor 0 Taylor ltouboa Ts Taylor John 1'appnott James T Taylor Win O?2 Taylor James 1'ayior John U Trathon Capt Jaa Tent Manhattan, Na Trocwitt Robert Terry Jsaao 11 31 I'ronor Alexander Thotforil Robert Teson Peter TwedyChasJ Temple G F Teller Woolsey I'oef llunj Tenneyjr, Levi Titus James II I'lnsley J J TisonWll Tillman William I'riay Raphael R Troy Thomas Townsend John K Tennley Edward Tarry Capt Ja* Thompson Samuel rbouias & Co, W Thompson Oaa Tour James I'umas Jos Comas Thomas Saiul R Tompkins k LivingTownsend Cy's?3 Thompson Albert?3 ston rhomas W W TompsonThes Thompson James Thompson C Tobin l'eter C Thomas WmS rodd llibbard Thomson Robert C Town William l'hompson E C Thompson John Todd William I'liroh W Thonyson Richd W Thompson II C Thompson R C Thomas ('has Thomas Chas K Townsend Capt Off Tumble Adora Thompson k Co Toole John L Turner Robert Messrs. Turner James Thuls Henry Tuoker W O Trickctt Samuel Turtun J True Lorenio W Tutbill Juiues II Tuoker Morris Tuttle Meritt Turner Duuiel II Turner Wm Turck Richard Thompson Kbenrr Trumbull Wm U Tflbrd Dixon II Uled Jabei Urquhart A J tier Clilbert V follmer Reinhnrd VandonbrankJ C Vertu J C falletto Stephen Voisau Monsieur Volger Ik Welilingor faniienbiirgli O D Vaughan Dan'l Vase William farntim Geo E Vassau Graveur Vaughn Charles ITogclley L Valentine R Vionis F Barthol'y farnuin Capt C Termule Cor's 8 Yosburgh Jehu U Van /"an Buren Chai Van Zandt Poter F Van VolkouburgRofnnaulin J C Van Antwerp B bert i'an Ilouton J R Vnn Canaliee M Van Vohten Tcu's ITan Motor Calvin Van Horn David Van Winkle S fan Kcnsaelar K. II Van Voglitcn W K Van Vuerick Sylr i' an Wart Wm Yanamee D A Van Holder A A?2 If an Reusaslar W P ^noVj" wJi"!tWm''M<># IT.""6""?? Walsh Jag?3 ? !,!? ..u ,u. . W niter. Wm W-i-wrtahtLorinS lor rth tbanoel-W?k?r Joaiah wHllkfc Co David Wata'wrirtnni^ r X'"^140? 0 J?J W.ddlngton Kobt Wnldro, J R G 5^%' )Y ?, ? nlker JredorickA Wuiinn jtaII ife (, W arren Ja. u W^Luff D?t.l X>?W Tho. Wane John i iln,el X>'"h Durlugh W'atkins ltobt Way Wm aldun Smith JVatoriNcd Watton Jnh iir ^'ant Artema. ssttr ft:!.;. 5:::5,fXr,'D R^K" Waldron Henry Watts Wis II W atson Robb Webber C W 7 WebherW U Waterhouae John Wearer Abraham Wella l)n?irl Cant Alfred Weill Helmut 11 Wella Wm ir Miohael Welbel Jaa A Webb Oe^w feeler A Uart-2 Wheeler Capt Wm We. Wm ir Weed John Woarer Abraham Wella Honl L 0 Wh?ei0eMEd,,rd B Weat Uoorze Wetmor. a ? * Wheeler U Weet laaao W*ad G?Un?? Whel.ir The. WeetJR Weil n.vU Webb Edward % itff*Th0l? Williania Kred W X.1'?'00 Samuel JJ ille Hannibal William! Jf.*st?r>elt John Wriaht Albert H Will I?J T R k" w ill1"** William Jatnea Wri.h> <??Mr Willinmi W wii'h,n Jo'Vn Wellinf js/uha n WiHiama RerRodWiliiamaThoi Wn.??m . J' enok Wilken. W w ,!?? ??*r,e,?T WiUon Jame. WibleJoaeph Wright s'lu'ir William.on John W mm. Robert Wright I o wr,'f<ht ('sPt T T JV illett Samuel Wir?TK?. r Williams I II Wilklm Ker ? WifTl.m.'ri William. Wm H'llliamB Wm Wilkinson w ? J T White Tho. J Withnv Ki??k Williams I Coat. White Tho. H ?J?" u-!'"?n W.a White F A Whit? w ? L Whitney M L i'mzssa* Kffin sSSL ??*? fasts'? & S ?>ir'vvs'4"' ? Wood. Mitthcw Wobv AWaaJ Wood Win Vood ll.xter Wood A J ed M J it'rTds ? r , Woodbury RK-2 S?dmancJr L?m?i? WrinckWrnH* W??ney J?hn * oods Thof u " oolloy John V f??m. Dat'0(fher ?o?Sn"; cVptJa. Alexander liftlar Erne.t ROBERT H. MORRIS, p. M. medical. " CONSUMPTION CURED DAILY. Ul.MONARY CONSUMPTION OF THE WORST CI.ASS IS DAILY CORED BY DR. HASTINGS' COMPOUND SYRl'P OF NAPHTHA, THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR TUBERCULAR CONSUMPTION. rllE MEDICAL FACULTY, AS WELL AS THE FCBlie, arc struck with wonder at the numerous cures made [aily by thi? extraordinary medicine, and is now acknowsdged Ly many of our most eminent physicians to he a coram and speedy cure for tubercular Consumption, in its worst ages. It han Icon IMWMlM hy that eminent physician, to. Jlott. and is constantly used in the Marine Hospital at Arannah, Da., by Dr. Arnold, the senior physician of the lospital. The London Lancet, London Medical Journal, Iralthwaite'l Retrospect, and nil other of the London Medial Journals, haro spoken in praise, many times, of the suririeing effects of DR. HASTINGS' PREPARATION, It has been thoroughly tried, not only in the Hospital tinier the charge of I>r. Hastings, in Lonuon, hut also by all the irst physyoians of England, and all hare fully endorsed it as ,n unrivalled remedy in Conaumption, and all other diseases >f the Lungs. The following are a few of the opinions oxireesoil hy the Medical Faculty of England. Dr. Williamson, if Manchester, thus writes : UNDER ITS INFLUENCE. " I have seen the emaeiated being, on whose brow death had Turned to hnve set his seal, acquire inrigoration and strength -and exchange his early mornings of intense suffering and listressing cough, for the calm report whioh alone eooompaites sound health." DR. WARE. OF LIVERPOOL. Says--" I regard Hastings' Syrup of Naphtha as one of the Irst Medical discoveries of any age, and consider its agency n ouring Consumption as established beyond all doubt or uestion. ' l>r. Boyd, of Lancaster, "Hails it as the great ennsumpive antidote and cure; ' and I>r. Hamilton, of Rath, proounces it " the only known remedy which mny he (relied on sr removing tubercles from the lungs, nnd preventing forutnion of others." A single bottle will prove its efllcaey. All the proprietor sks is I he trial of one Dottle, the action of whioh will prove d the patient the virtue of this meditine. Coughs, colds, bronchitis, declines, asthma, night sweats, nd spitting of blood are rured in a surprisingly short space of ime; the severest colds having yielded to the treatment of he Naphtha Syrup in the short space of forty-eight hours.? amra Western, of I'ontiae, Michigan, was attacked with pitting of blood, and could obtain no relief until he tried HASTINGS' NAPHTHA, hich stepped it in half an hour. To enumerate all the enree erfnmiod oy thie medicine would occupy a volume ; the a?iniiiiinvimr horn been selected hv the American AirenS from mum of certificates and letters which hare boon rooeived by m. Ntac?, Rockland Cs? N. t., Sept. 8. 1R*S. m. a. F. TTa rhia?iv?Sir: i write to inform ynu of the ef*t your Syrup hae had u|xin my wife. She haa been afflicted ith the worst form of Consumption for two years, and had ecu given up by two physicians, when I saw your advertiseiont of Dr. Hunting's Compound Syrup of Naphtha. living LTorahly impressed with it, I bought one bottle, whioh bad ibeneficial an effect that she persevered in the use of it.? I ben she commenced taking it, she was eonflned to her bod, ut is now enabled to he up and attend to her household duties, nd I feel confident that the use of a few more hottles will itirely cure her. I would also add, that my brother's child d been afflicted with a had cough from its earliest infancy, od I was induced to try the effect of the Naphtha Syrup np1 her. I did so, and the use of half a bottle completely cured sr. You are at liberty to use this letter at your discretion. Respectfully, JOHN O. I'RRRT. Reed the following, from one of the first Physicians In the lunlry. The Agent has received the following letter from Dr. . II. Mason, so well known as the leadiug physician of New rlcant: Nkw Out.kaw?, Feb'y7, 1*49. Mb. M. A. f. IT a ft a ISOI*?In answer to yours of the 2fith anuary, I inform you that owing to the nigh reputation of r. Hastings, I was induced to try this Naphtha Syrup (of hich you are tho agent) in several cases of pulmonary eonimption, and was much surprised at the result. In every ise after taking the first bottle, the patient felt greatly reeved, and the tuborclea stopped forming, and those already rmed began to bo removed. Every ease I have now nnder 'eminent I consider in a fair way to recover. In baste yours, J. it. MASON, M.D. Principal Office, 142 Greenwich street, corner of Mbertv, N. ork. Price $1 |i?r bottlo?41 bottles for $5. mhZT l3t* 1>H. JEFFRIES' ANTIDOTE I TNI MOAT trriCTVAL PREPARATION AO Ml TOR GONORRHOEA AN1> OTRR RlfORDRRt OW THR AKXt'AI. OROANI. f ONO experience has proved that it will radically eure -i An? cane. This desirable result is obtained in from two > ten Jays; and as it neither creates nausea nor offends the ilate, and renders unnecessary any deviation in diet or interjption to usual pursuits, sound sleep or healthy digestion, j? nuieanne is thus removed as Hpeedily as is oonsis>nt with the production with a thorough and permanent cm re. La ingredients are entirely vegetable, and no inlnrionN effect, thcr constitutionally or looally, can he caused by its use.? rice fine I>ollar per nottlo. Sole agent for this city, uaLU I2t# C. 11. KINO, 192 Broadway, oor. John it. MEDICAL. DR. FELIX GOURAUD'S ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP.-T1II3 VALUABLE IMOLlient it now by common conaent rated A No. 1, a* a remedy for Blotches, hinplea, Pustules, Scurf, Tan, freckles, Sun- , burn, all kind* of eruption*, and every *peoies of discoloration of tlie skin. All competition has been completely distanced by this invaluable composition, the demand for wnich within tko last six monthj has increased more than tivo hundred per cent, and it still increasing. The clearness and freshueat which its use imparts to the comploxiou have rendered it proverbial as a hcautilier of the Skin ; and no dressing room can be considered famished with :v proper toilet that lacks GOUKAUD'S ITALIAN MEDICATED SOU P. It ii ilit a deliaioma shaving eompeusd, sat can be u*od li talt water?and is a sovereign and instantaneous rcmedyfor the bite# of insects. If beauty he, as is astcrted, only skin nnr.P, it it the more important that the thin covering in which loveliness resides should he kept ill its present and most attraotive state. Dr. G. might go on amplifying the merits of hit Italian Medicated Soap, but he thinks the extraordinary number of oertifioatcs wliioh have becu published throughout the Union, at the oost of several thousaud of dollars to the Doctor, from eminent Physicians, Clergymen, Members of Congress, Captains of Ships, Officers of the Army, aud a host of distinguished ladies, the original of whioh can always be seen, if required. are, the Doctor thinks, sufficient to convince any one not wilfully blind. If there he any such, the Doctor might apply to them the language of Scripture,and say, "If ye believe not Moses and the prophets, neieher would ye believe though ono rose from the dead." AMONG POPULAR ERRORS. There is probably no one more mischievous than that which suppose* that cutaneous eruption can ho removed by deluging the stomach with so oallod Sarsaparilla, and other wishy washy decoctions, pills, electuaries, ato. The error is not only vulgar, hut exceedingly pernicious, inasmuch as the slops uoi only cause a large draiu upon the purse, but actually tend to aggravate the deformity they pretend to cure. The tnodioal faculty have, time and again, demonstrated that diseases of the tegument oan only he removed by outvrurd application, esDeciallv bv washes, and that for this nuriHj.se nothing is so pre-eminently valuable as Dr. Clou rAim's ltaliuii Modioated S<>?|>. Indeed, the usefulness of thin exquisite emollient, in softening, clarifying ami whiu-uing the cuticle, had padded iuto a proverb. If tlic natural functions of the skin are depressed, and the harmony of action which should exist between the external surface of the body and the vital machinery within, id thus destroyed, the indications of the change are usually developed in the form of Dimples, lllotohod, Dostuled, or some more specific form of Cutaneous disease. These diseases being essentially looul, require only a local remedy; and having all of tliem, excepting the contagious viruleut class, a oomiuon origin, one remedial agent will suffice for the cure of all PHILOSOPHY OK WORMS IN THS SKIN'. Many young persons?especially those of full habits, or those who indulge in rich food?are very much annoyed by the appourancc of black spots upon the sides of tlio nose, on the upper lip, the chin, the foroliead, Sec., resembling grains of gunpowder sticking in the skin, when the skin is roughly spuoeied, a small worm like substance protrudus, having a black head. Tho supposition, howovor, that they aro lit reality worms, is erroneous. These spots nro occasioned by an undue accumulation of the fatty matter which is separated from the blood for the purpose of lubricating tho skin, and this overrIns ohokes up the pores and concretes. The dust floating in ho air adheres to too greasy substance, nnd causes tho black This gives tho face a dirty and disgusting appearance, and the remedy of squeezing, so universally resorted to, is not only painful but frequently useless. Very ofton the over distension of the poros causes inflammation and paiuful pimples. Tho only certain remedy fur this affection is to wash the fuoe With warm water and COUItAUD'S ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAP. Mothers ?hould always use it in washing their babes. It Is besides delicious for slinvlng, as it can he used in hard or suit water as wull as soft. It is, moreover, aa infallible remedy for scurvy and no Cnlifornian snoulil go to sea without a supply. Dr. liotiraud refers to Mr. Kabiueau, the celebrated proprietor of the New York salt-water baths, in proof of tho latCERTIFICATES. The fallowing, from among a host of similar testimonials of the extraordinary virtuos of (louraud'x Italian Medicated Soup, are selected for thoir brevity:? [Extract of a letter from Petersburg, Va.] Dear Doctor UourxVD?Arc you aware that there aro dangerous counterfeits of your celebrated 1 TALI EN MEDICATED SOAP, afloat in the South and West. 1 liavo just returned from a tour, and met with nianv pernicious compounds purporting to bo "Medicated Soaps"?llcavon save the mark. Surely you ought to do everything in your power to put tho publio on its guurd ugainst tlio vile impositions. You will wonder,perhaps, why I am ho earnest in praieo of your excellent Soap, but when you learn that through its means mv oldest girl, Id years, has lioen completely cured of a face full of nasty pimples ana frucklos, her brother nnd sister, ti and S years, of scald head which they caught ut school; and my wifo of a dangerous outbreak of salt rheum, which extended from tho Angers of the right arm to the shoulder?your surprise will cease; 1 use nothing elso, nor wants anything better for shnving. Yours, as ever, JU11N MARDEN, New York, April 17. Dr. Covnxvn?Sir: Gratitude moves mo to thank you very much for the benefit 1 liavo derived from your Medicated Soap. E'er tho past two years I have been more or less troubled with .small eruptions, irritation on my breast?or chest, if you please to cull it so?which tormented mo past all endur mice. 1 applied 1'uor Man's Blaster, with no effect; ointment and otlier cheap remedies I used abundantly?all wero worthless. As a last resource, I risked, rather foolishly. So for six quart bottles of sarsaparilla. 1 innocently swallowed the whole, and became quite debilitated, without the slightest abatement of the itching. At length a friend, to whom I mentioned my ease, exclaimed?"Why don't you got a half dollar cake of the famous Medicated Soap of Dr. Guuraud?" 1 took his advico, and with ono cake washed the skin. 1 nin not only entirely relieved from the itching, but nlso hare the pleasure of fooling that there is a briskness and smoothness to the whole surface of my skiu 1 never bofore experienced. Fleaso send by the bearer half a dozen cakes, and one over, for $3; I want to tako them to Jamaica, and oblige, Yours, HENRY- JOIINSON, 40 Woostor street, N. Y. Dr. Gourand?Sir?For a series of years, my face and forehead have been coverod with uusightly blotches and pustules, and, to aggravate the mattur, iny nose gradually assumed the rcdiioss or a peona: in short, 1 became an objoet of disgust to myself, and ridicule to others, inasmuch as ray afBiotion waf attributed to an undue use of stimulants. I have proved the contrary by using your invaluable Medicated "Soap, through the intluenco of which I am entirely freod from the uforosaid nuisances, and my skin has become as white and cloar as it was in tho days of my boyhood. I conceive this public testimony to bo eminently your due, and you are quite welcoino to make what use of it you please. Respectfully, yours. JN'O. JEFFRIES, Printer, True Sun Buildings. To Dr. F. Goursud?Among the encomiums which your invaluable Soap is daily receiving, 1 have thought that a mother's praiso may not bo out of place. Your Medicated Soap has, under God. been tlie means of preserving my darling babe from mucli suffering. 1 bad put him out to nurse, and through the carelessness of the woman who hail hira in charge, his delicate skin, under the arms, behind his oars, and around the stomach, was ohafed to the rodness of raw beef. For a whole month?during which I was absent from the city?tho little dear suffered these torments. On my return, 1 used your delicious soap froely while washing him, and now ho is as plump, white, playful, and free from chafes as any child I ever saw. Mo mother who values the health and comfort of her infant thould be without your soap. Truly yours, EI.IZA BLACKMAN, No. 11 Catharine street, near Second, Philadelphia. The merits of Gourand's I'otidrrs Subtile*, for eradicating snpcrfloiis hair, have been attested by so many thousand people that to eulogise it at the present day seems almost a work of supererogation. Nevcrthlcss, there may bo some who have not hoard of its fame; and those aro earnestly requostod to read the following testimonial, seleuted from many New York, Feb. 1, 1343. " I have had an opportunity of obsorving tho operation of Dr. Felix Gouraud's preparation for tho ruinoval of superfluous hair, and aix poriootly satisfied of its singular eflicaoy.? After an analysis of the composition of those powders, I can, without any hesitation, pronounoe them perfectly harmless, and in every way infinitely su|?rior to any preparation of the kind ever offered to the public. 1 have pleasure in giving them uiy reoommundation, being tliui fully convinced of their value. james a. HOUSTON', M D.. " Editor Now York l.ouoet." Teitimnny of persons to whom the "Italian Medicated Soap" hue been eminently serviceable, and to whom Dr. Got'RAVI) is at liberty to refer:? Mrs. Curtia, the lady of the lion. Edward Curtis. Mrs. Lawrence, the lady of the lion. Cornelias W. Lawrence, ex-Mayor of New lork. Uernard Mexserole, Esq., Alderman of the Tenth Ward. Iloa. R. B. Roberta, Member of Congress. Mrs. Hopkins, 11S Elisabeth street, New York, eured of a red and pimpled fare. Joseph Hall, 110 Fulton street, New York, of tan and freckles. George Curtis, 13 Henry streot, of dark and discolored skin. Felix McGee, 130 Orange street, New York, of scald hoad; his three children do. liannnh E. W. Weister, Division street, of a dark tanned face and red nose. John Bishop, MB Crand street, of chilblains, and eruptions on the face and neck. William Nash, Barber, In the Bowery, of worms in the faee. Mrs. John S. Lightbody, 62 Rue Bourbon, New Orleans, of a severe ring-worm on the cheek, which had defied ordinary remedies; and further, the application of the Soap removed all her tan and freckles. Mrs. Fcarnhead, of Belleville, New Jersey, of tan and freckles, &c., to., to. Be particular to bear in mind that Dr. FELIX OOURAl'D'S preparations can ostv be obtained, osmisi, at his depot, 67 Walker street, first door west of Broadway, New York. . . Aoisti?Bates t Jordon, 129 Washington St., Boston; Post t Willis, Rochester; Ives, Salem; Carleton, Lowell; Robinson, Portland; Guild, Bangor; Perry, Manchester; Bliss, Springfield; Covill, Hartford; Gaynor t Wood, Richmond, Vs.; Mandsficld, Louisville; Conse, Detroit, Mioh.: Childs fe Co., Ledger Buildings, Philadelphia; Psircc, Albany; and various Other parts ofjhe Union. ml313t* LUCINA CORDIAL, OR ELIXIR OF LOVE. THIS 1* THB ONI.T ACTUM. REMEDY EVER DISCOVER Ml FOR tatrOTRRCV, ORBITAL DEBILITY, NOCTURNAL EMISSIONS. AND ALL DISEASES OCCASSIONBD BY CERTAIN SECRET HABITS. AND MANY OF THE NOSTRUMS RECKNTLT REcommcndcd for the same ooBiplmints nre worthless imitations, wbichBts unrivalled excellence, fume and popularity have brought into the market. The medienl faculty ot Europe and the United States are unanimous in thoir rocommondations of the I.ucina Cordial, and have not^iven their sanction in a single instance that has been authenticated, to any compound for the same purposes. The nature of the maladies relieved by the I.ucina t ordial are generally such as to Ieava . tba publication of certificates of ourss out of the question, or the proprietor eould produce a host of the most conclusive testimony to show that the great reputation I which it enjoys was not accidentally obtained, but is 1 firmly based upon its positive, and apparently mira- I eulous, virtue*. In all direotions art to be round tne happy 1 parents of healthy offspring, who would not havs been so but ' for this extraordinary preparation. And it is equally potent in the many diseases for whioh it is recommended. Objection hat boen naturaHy made to the prioe of I.ucina Cordial, bcoauso the trash that hat been thrown into the market in opposition to it is told ohcaper ; but the faot it, the cordial cannot be aold for less, aad ought to b* much dearer, as " many of the ingredients which compose it are emons the onat- < liMt of thing! in nature ; whereas the others are uiade op of < cheap ilnies, worth but little in money, and less in merit; and it is a tact, that at least one of the Kettera np of these I sntne inixt urea, makes it a point to add ono bottle of the La- J cina Cordial to a given number of gallons of his compound, ' so as to (tiro it some little tone ana virtue, and thus solace his conscience. We assure the reader that the utmost reliant may bo placed on the Lucina Cordial in |ths euro of the maladies mentioned above, and also of those whioh follow, vil j l^ise of Muscular Energy, 1'hysical Lassitude, and General f I'rostration, Irritability, and all Nervous Affections. Indiges- c tion, Sluggishness of the Liver, Gleet and Eluor A1 bus, and , every disease in any way connected with the disorder of the Prooreative Functions, in all of whioh it will afford almost _ immediate relief, and, if used as dlreuted, is almost certain , to produce a positive and permanent cure. Persons about to ' marry, if conscious of any weakness or disability of a certain " nature, should take this Cordial, as It will infallible restore health and vigor in a brief psriod; and where want of offspring ' is a cause of regret, if recourse be had to it, the most beneflcial results may be anticipated with sonfldonce. Principal omen No. 126 Liberty street, New York. Alee for sale at No. HO North Sixth street, Philadelphia ; in Ralti- , more, by George W". Jones, and John M. Laroi|ue; in Wash- : Ington city, by ( harles Stott. nih/T Ut* : CLIRKHUOH'B VENTILATING OR GOSSAMER f WIGS, SCALPS, AND LADIES 1 HEAD DRESSES, t STAND pre-eminent above all others in the world. An ex- h amination will prove this no egotistical boast. Their pe- s cullar light, ventilating and gossamer character; their being shaped and fitted to the head exactly as the natural hair p grows, every hair having th? appearance of issuing from the skin; their elasticity, superiority of material and workman- s ship; their style of finish and mode of arrangement, form suoh n a combination of improvements, that all oompetsnt Judges l have pronounced them Perfect Heads of Hair. Strangers are invited to inspect them, whether from su- r rioeity, or with the intention to purchase. Prices moderate. Il 17V llroadway, up stairs, opposite Howard's Hotel. tnhl3 13t* I I HALLENGE.-VALIIRS lERlNfll PII.LS.? 1 yJxAwa "" This is an unrivalled remedy for diseases of a private nature. A positive and speedy cure,without the restriction fi of diet or hindrance from business. Pfics $1 per box. Sold ,, IK Liberty street. mAJT lit* I * NKDICAL. J?TOST'EXTR A OR UI NTlTY~MbiTaJ 50,000 COP DCS S?LI? IN SIX MONTHS! THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MKDI COMPANION Br DR. A. M MAl'RICBAU, 'I'rofewor of Disease* of Vfomnn. Tenth Rnition, lSmo. pp. 2S0. Price $1. tkari or mi'rr.RiNu, ur physical and msivtal 0OIM TO MAN1 an Aru.i riONATI WirB, ah pecuniary nirnct'LTiKS to thk hu?ha?u, MIUHT 11A V IC RHI <HA . KH 111 \ IPIKI.V POlHKSSION OF this work. IT IS INTENDED E^PEUAI.LY K>K I'll R MARR or those ooutemplating marriage, as it disclose* iiupo f frets which should be kiiowu to thein particular!/. To those whoso health does not permit of an luoroi family, it in of especial importance. Here, also, ever J female?the wife, the mother?th either hndding into womanhood, or the one in the deel years, in whom nature contemplates ?n important oha can discover the causes, symptom*, and the most utli remedies, and most certain mode of oure, in ever/ ooinj to which her sex is subject. The revelations contained in its pages have proved a I lug to thousands, as the innumerable letters received b author ( which he is permitted by the writers ito pub will attest. Extract of a Letter fram a Gentleman in Dayton, Dayton, May I, l Dr. A. M. Mnuriceau: My Dkak Sin:?"The Married Woman's Private Me Companion," for which I enclosed ono dollar to Your ad ouiue safely to hand. I would not have troubled you these few lines, but that I am impelled by a sense of % tude, lor myself and wife, to give utterance to ourlsi and heartfelt emotions. My wile lms been perceptibly sinking for some three or more, in consequence of her great anguish aud sufl some months before and during confinement; every su si vo one mors anu more uenmi nfu.nnu pros raieu iter, pu her life in uuininont danger, and which wan, on the last ion, despaired of. 1 supposed that this state of thiiyc iuevitahle, and resigned uiysolf to meet tho worat. A* time, (now uhout two month*,) I heard your hook h spoken of, as containing some matters rsaching my case its receipt and perusal, i cannot express to you there afforded my distressed mind, and the jits pages imp to my wife, on learning that the great discovery of Desomeaux provided a remedy. It opeued a prospeot t which 1 little couooived was possible. No pecuniary sidcration can ever repay the obligations 1 am under t< for huving been the moans of iii?i?artin^ to us the mi contained in "The Married Woman's Private Medical panion." But for this, ere another year would have i> over my head, in all human probability, my wife would been in her grave, and iuy ohildren left motherless. From a Physician Romk, N. Y., AprililS, 1 Bear Sir:?I received your work on the 10th, and it is entitled to ho called the "Married Woman's Private M< Companion." 1 unhesitatingly say, that it should be ii hands of every modicul man, on account of the niodo of t mcnt you prescribe, by whi<'h "broken or inflamed brt are impossible of occurrence. In view, therefore, that as* thousands thus aflietsd at ivsry ooshumiBl, iij valuable, not only to every physician, but to every worn In regard to tho great discovery of M. M. Desomeaux, tinned in your work, 1 have known many, within the * of iuy own immediate practice, whose health would.V?*Vt pmerved, and many others whoa* lives would have snared, had they known and availed themselves of i though, of course, it may bo susceptible of perversion, t deed, u\er are our greatest blessings. HAD I KNOWN. Kxtract of a Letter. Philadelphia, Nov. 20, 1 Dr. A. M. Mauriccau:?Had 1 known of tho important t#rs*treated of lu the "Married Woman's Private M< Companion," some years ago, how muuh misery 1 might escaped! I have suffered years from causes, whioh you out in your book, without Knowing what to do. But lu it highly spoken of, I obtained a copy, and found ur treated of. I trust every female will avail herself of ti formatioD|coutaiued in its pages. Another Kxtract. |L* **, Kciituoky May 3. 1 It is my lot to be united in wedlock to a young ineoha industrious habits, good disposition, pleasing manners ngrecablo features, excessively fond of our children a: me ; in short, eminently well qualified to render himscl family and nil arouud him happy, woro it not for tho bos< sin of drunkenness. About ones in every throe or four a if h* met, cither accidentally or purposely, with some c friends, of whom, either real or protendeu, his good-n sndiliborality.piocures him many, he is sure to got in cated, so us to lose his rcuson; and, when thus beside hit In trude#and mak? foolish bargains, ao much to his d vantage, that he has almost reduced himself and fam beggary* being no longer able to keep a shop of his owe obliged to work iourney-work. M e have not been married unite four years, and hav vr>*11 v iriv^n liiiinv to Himp lit 11 ? niiix TTtnln* nt circumstances, wTiat oun una 1 expect will be their fat mine? I shudderat the prospectbefore me. With my t lent constitution ami industry, anil the labor of my bus) 1 feel able to bring up these little cherubs in docency when 1 seriously consider my situation, 1 can sec no otn trrnative left for me than to tear myself away from thi who, though addicted to occasional intoxication, would t flco hia life for my aake; and fur whom, contrary t father's will, 1 successively refused the hand and wealtl lawyer and of a preacher; or continue to witness his d datum, and bring into exin co, in all probability, a n roue family of helpless nud destitute children, who, o count of poverty, must inevitably be duuined to a li ignorance, and consequent vice and misery.* M. * This lady obtained Dcsomeaux's great Discover. Married Ladies. Extract of Ixttar. COMPETENCE AND HEALTH. Lanoastkr, l'a., Oct. 24,1 My Dear Sir?I know you will have the kindness U with mo in encroaching upon your time, while I acknow (in behalf of myself ami wife) the obligations we fcei selves under to you in having made known certain mi oontnincd in your most invaluable ' Married Woman's vate Medical Companion.' It has been worth its weii gold to inc. If I express myself rather warmly, you wi that I cannot do so too warmly, when I inform yon tl tent to which I have, through it, been benefitted. 1 state my situation when 1 obtained your book throu; merest curiosity. 1 look upon it as one of the most fort events of my li'fo. I had been married some ten years wns the father of seven children. I was long str>? ceaeu.:!;, !" "nd thlt 1 gain a tciu y, hut the results of my utmost exertions at the tfa,' me about where 1 was at the beginning of each voLr that only with the most stinted cetSnomyT' "sufficing barely the necessaries of life. Finally, this constant wns beginning to have its effect upon my health ; I fel capable to enuure its continuance, while I felt the nooofjncrseveranee. This constant unceasing struggle on my part was im tive, in consequence of the prostrated condition of my (with occasional intermission) for six years, much o time confined to her bod, and of course incapable of t the charge and management of housebote affairs. Her dition arose from causes of wnich I was ignorant. Oh ! would I Tiave given had 1 the six years to live over a What would my wife had given to have been spared tin days and still longer nights prostrate on a bed of sick All of which would have been avoided, had I then seen a of ' The Married Woman's I'rivatu Medical Companion.' When I obtained it and read it, 1 could not credit the nihility that in a short time uiy wife would be restoi health, and myself be onabled to gain a competence. I mediately wrote to yon (as you will recolloct) for Dcsomeaux's great Specific for married ladies, for whic are agent, and which you transmitted by return mail, v was immediately availed of. My wife "was rapidly res to herilicnlth, and 1 am gradually acquiring a competent our old age, and I also to leave something to oar oliil Such, dear sir, has its possession been to me: may 1 n excused for the expression of the obligation I am unc you ? I have sinco endeavored to circulate as wide as sihle, and will continue to do so, as 1 think no one shou without a copy. Letters arc daily received of thie character, unneeeisa preeent. ? manv MARRIEH VVUXITC ice ettm.ii from year to year, waiting away to skeletons, eyoi hear) dull, checks sunken, complexion of bluish hue, counten without expression or animation, form umariated, nerval ?trung, spirits depressed, mind vacant, an utter proitri and inability for the least exertion. All thia might been prevented ; or, if these exist, the causes, the syinpt and treatment are pointed out in 'The Married Won I'rivate Medical Companion.' How many bitter mom how much anguish, might have been spared to the sufl to her husband, to ber relatives, by a tluiely posseision ot little volume. How many am suffering from obstructions or irregular peculiar to the feniala system, which undermine their hsi the effects of which they are ignorant, and for which I delicacy forbids seeking medical advice ! How many |s from prolapivi uteri (falling of the womb), or fromy albv (weakness, debility, or whites)? How many constant agony for many months preceding conflnrsm How many have difficult, if not dangerous, delivorieAf i whose lives are hazarded during such time, and ollnsrs look upon themselves as doomed to childless loneliness, each find in its pages the means of prevention, ameliora and relief. Here, too, plain, simple directions are gi w hich every femnlo can understand, how a confinement an be managed, if any emergency srise, as it often does, th nodical attendant is not within immediate call, and thn the means of saving both child and mother. OPINIONS OF TIIE PRESS. HAPPINESS THE AIM OF ALL. "Happiness is doubtless the aim of all. The que. is, how it shall he obtained. It oannot be denied that indispensable condition is health, to be possessed and anj< alike by the husband nnd father, the wife and mother, children. The wife and mother is suhjeot to many c plaints inoident to her sex, from whicn the husband father is free ; it is thus that we see her often dragging o sickly existence, painful ts contemplate. I.st the husb then, as ho values his own happiness, and that of the s fianion of his bosom, and the mother of his children, a limself of ' Tha Married Woman's Private Medical Com] ion,' by I>r. A. M. Maurice iu, in which he will find t matters treated of which be should not be ignorant."? Inquirer. THF, CHARMS OF HOME. "So much of the happiness of home depends upon health of tho wife or mother, that nothing, huving its pre' ration in view, should he overlooked or neglected. "If the wife and mother is afflicted with ill health, and luminous, homo presents a cheerless aspect. Presorre, ?a runrd, and cherish, then, the health of the wife and mot let her know something of the nature of her own mnlad ruard against them, or remedy them when they ooeur. ihe is enabled to ilo l>y possessing a most valuable w. ailed "The Harried Woman's i'rirate Medical Companit -R. I. Star. THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDIC COMPANION." rhis most Important work is oreating great Inquiry aid ? :ussion, and elioiting the oommendatione of the press throa int the Union. " This publication is of a delicate nature, bnt It is on reat importance to the welfare of woman, and cannot fai >e rroduotlro of good effeetf, if placed in the right hands. CT. Mirror. FEMALES IN THE UNITED STATES. 99" IT HAS OFTEN BEEN REMARKED BY TRAVF .ERS, that females in this country do not retain their r appearance longer than thirty, but fall rapidly when tl night to be in the bloom of womanhood. This is eertai mo to some extent. Is it not time, then, that our wItss, deighters and sisti hould understand themselves sufficiently to preserre th icaltli, their beauty, the causes whioh produce certain efc nd how to obriate some of their maladies, when a work neh importance to their welfare, "The Married Woma 'rirate Medical Companion," by Dr. A. M. Mauriceau, (ithin their reach.?Ohio Times. MOST USEFUL WORK. "THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDIC 'OMI'ANION."?If every female had this work, espeeia very married female, we would not so gonerally see tnops irkly, debilitated wife or daughter struggling with somseo lain t superinduced hy causes pointed out in its pages. Beats ealth, strength, and a happy old sge. would bare been ' lit of thousands who are now in their grares. Wires and n hers owe it to themselres, to their children, and to th ushands, to hnre this work, and proflt hy the inralaa uggestions it eontaina."?Spirit of the Times. To those yet unmarried, hut oentemplating marriage, CThans, hesitating as to the propriety of incurring the ponslMlities attendant upon it, tne importance of being P osscd of the rerelations contained fin these pages, no in lately inrolring their future happiness, eannot be appfe ited. It is, of course, impraetieahle to eonrey more fully the i ions subjects troatcd of, as they are of a nature strle atendrd for the married, or these contemplating matriag For aale at 222 Broadway, and at the Publishing IfBUe, .Iberty street, N. Y.; Little k Co., Albany; W. R. Davie, M on; T. U. Peterson, Oh Chestnut street, Philadelphia; Wm "aylor, Baltimore. (In the receipt of$l,a copy will he transmitted br mi roe of postage, to any part of the United States. All lett nisi lie addressed, postpaid, to Dr. A. M. ManriceaU, f 04, New York city. Office, I Si Liberty street. ap!7 13t'

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