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A ll transien t ad v e rtisem e n ts m u s t b e paid for is ADVANCE.' ____ I S 1 ' U B L I S H K D E V E R Y W E D N E S D A Y E V E N I N G . £T-*£^\ T e r m s —SI p e r a n n u m , i s a d v a n c e . BOOK AND J O B P K I N T I N G , P R I N T I N G IN GOLD, S I L V E R A N D F A N C Y C O L O R S I'.eecuted w it h T a s t e a n d P r o m p tn e s s , A N D A T A G R E A T R E D U C T I O N E R O M F O R M E R R A T E S . S t a n z a s . One eve o f b e a uty, when the sun W a s on tlie stream o f G u a d a lquiver— To gold coverting one by one. The ripples of tlie m ig h ty r iv e r — Beside me on the bank was seated A S e v ille g ir l w ith auburn hair, A n d eyes t lia t m ig h t the w o r ld have cheated, A w ild , bright, w icked, diamond pair. She stooped a nd w rote upon th e sand, Just as the loving sun was going, W ith such a soft, sm all, shining hand. Y o u wo’d have sworn Twas silver flow ing ; H e r words were these, and not one more; W h a t could Diana’s m o tto be ? The svren w rote upon the shore : ‘D e a th ! not inconstancy ! ’ A n d here her tw o large lan g u id eyes So turned oh mine, the d e v il take me ! I set the stream on fire w it h sighs. A n d was the fool she choose to make me ‘. S a int Francis w o u ld liave been deceived B y such au eye and such a hand. B u t one week more and I believed A s m uch the woman as the sand ! “ H id e them a ll under a cap, don. o colored dark calico, w h ic h w ill have no virtue in slinpe or mak- ing, save cleanliness, and i f Hanson w i ll not swear lie never saw a stupider, duller, more ordinary spe­ cimen o f a servant, then I am mistaken. I w ill look so,’ she continued, m aking a face w h ich excit­ ed lie r friend’s risibles in a very alarm ing and unu­ sual manner. “ B u t I desire, above a ll things, that M r. Hanson should see you,” said A m y , only lm lf persuaded. “ W h a t [’’exclaim ed Clara, “ m a king schemes of m a trim o n ial already I -1 pray tlieo forbear, mv m y dear coz. .1 have too pleasant a home, and love m y sweet w ill to w e ll, to resign cither ou a slight tem p tation.” Clara Lindsey was as p retty, sweet., m e n v and w ilfu l a piece o f Eve’s flesh, ns ever danced or flit­ ted through tliis w e a ry w o rld. Slie liad a charm ­ ing graceful figure, and a lace which, shaded by the shower o f tine curls tlia t fe ll over it, was excee­ d ingly bewitching to behold. I t m ust be confess­ ed however, that w it li tiie aforesaid curls entirely concealed under the ugly cap, the lace so bright, so lovely, underwent 110 slig h t transformation. In short, i t was rather to much o f o f the fu ll moon or­ der to be classical. I t was astonishing too, bow u g ly the gipsy could make herself. Slie threw tlie lids down over lie r eyes t i l l tlie v resembled vertible orbs, or a line cut in tlie face to show where the eyes should be. She widened and flattened her mouth, by some process peculiar to herself, t i l l thc fashion o f it was like nothing in heaven or earth — she hung her head, was deaf, dumb, and blind whenever M r. Hanson spoke or looked a t h e r; in short, played her p a rt so w e ll or rather ill, th a t the gentleman, (although his thoughts seldom descend­ ed to such sublunary m a tters,) wondered lio w his friends were ied to select such a stupid, aw k w a rd, inconceivably d u ll servant'; he should re a lly have been afraid o fh e r effect 011 the children. A n d tlie friends themselves were ready to fa ll into convul­ sions w ith laughter, when they happened to en­ counter this odd, ridiculous transform a tion o f their little relative. Concluded ta m o rrow . I GNOK.VNfj: OF C H .—T O T h e L a d y ’s J l e t a i u o r p h o s i s . BY TIIE AUTHOR OF 'T H E “ WXDOW OF BRUGES.” “ Give me a rope to hang m y s e lf, i f you are a true and real friend,” exclaim e d the fa ir young w ife o f a certain M r. Raymond, as she bounded in to the in to tlie room o f her guest and cousin, she threw her­ se lf w itli a comic expression o f distress, on a stool a t her feet. “ W h y , w h a t is the m a tter ?” returned tlie person age thus apostrophised, w ith an arch and from a friend m e rry p face o f m ischief au once w o u ld de sire to seek consolation from . W lia t is the m a tter A m y ? “ M a tter !” she repeated, th ro w in g up her hands, and bringing another agonizing expression 011 her face ; read and judge for yourself. Clara Liudsey raised the epistle propelled to ­ w a rd her in such a very unceremonious manner, and read i t w it h most provoking calmness and de­ liberation to the end. “ W e ll,” she exclaimed, w h e n to her friend’s in­ fin ite delight, she had concluded, w e ll A m y , a ll I can understand is, that a very charm ing and de­ lig h t f u l le tte r, has inform e d yo u r lord and m aster o f his determ ination, to make yo u a v isit. “ Yes answered her hostess, and th a t is the subject o f m y grief. I could annihilate him for theidoa, and m y lord and m a ster (as you term h im ) fo r being so pleased w ith it. T h is Augustus Han son 13 as elegant and fastidious piece o f man’s flesh as one w o u ld desire to meet, refined and polished beyond measure. I should trem b le, i f even point de vice in a ll m y domestic accoutrements, a t the idea o f hisvisit, for W a lter, in Iiis correspondence during our engagement, w ith the f ir s t fever o f his love-fit upon him , painted me as a little low e r than the angels ; and uow th a t I have grow n old and ugly — tw e n ty-five instead o f seventeen— w ith four noi­ sy and uproarious urchins, p u t thc the idea o f be­ ing quiet poetical and elegant, e n tire ly out o f the question t it is r e a lly too unfortunate. M y prim e m isery, however, is that. M a rtha, m y nurse, who had the entire control, superinteudance and care, o f the children, has seen f i t to go home aud make a v is it ju s t now ; so I have these young torments a ll-o n m y hands. I intend to tre a t you sans cere- monic, m y dear, and m ake you bear me company in the n u rse r y ; b u t this man, w h a t s h a ll I do w ith him ? Im a g ine me m a k ing m y firs t appearance, w ith the four c h ildren clinging around m y skirts, o r th e ir rushing into the dining room after tlie ir nur­ sery meal, w it h bread aud b u tte r faces, w h ich would be beyond measure im p roved b y tlie con­ tract w ith soap and w a ter.” “ A m ost lam entable and d ir e fu l picture, tru ly , ” returned her friend. B u t w h y cannot y o u get some one to su p p ly M a rtha’s place?” “ There is not a soul to be liad in tow n , for liove or m oney, tb a t I dare t r u s t them w itli, was t he rep ly. * “ T hen there arc tw o wom en you have already i n the house,” suggested Clara, “ cannot you per- s uade them ----------- ” “ Oh, i t w o u ld do 110 good,” in te rru p ted A m y , a f it h a despairing look. “ M a ry is the clum siest , mecimeu o f green E rin th a t I ever helield in m y 1 tie; the children are as afraid as death of lier. A s fo r Nancy she is a ve ry X a n tippe. There w o u ld I lot be a l i a i r le f t 011 th e ir unfortunate heads b y thc end o f a week.” “ W e ll, then,” said Clara, “ I see 110 other re­ source than to play nurse m yself. Nay,” she con­ tinued, “ y o u need not look so com fortless; l a m in rig h t good earnest, coz. I can dust the parlor, t.eke care o f the birds, and w a ter the flowers, w ith a ; j a la c rity and aptness th a t w i l l be rem a rkable to . I ehold. A s for children, I p e rfe c tly doat on them, a nd they w i l l on me, before to-day is over, TU en- g title . ” \O h ! I t is c e rtainly out o f tlio question,” replied A any, recovering from her s tupor o f surprise. “ You II u is th e lp m e entertain Hanson.” “ B y yo u r leave, coz,” returned Clara gaily, “ I ’ll <’ lo uo such thing. There is no necessity o f our 1 x it li • being about h a lf ladies; h a lt servants. Y o u 1 nust array yourself bew itchingly, and be a ll the i irst, w h ile I, in a suitable guise, and w ith equal I iropriety, w i l l perform the last. Is i t not a charm- i, og idea?” she continued, clapping her hands w ith d e lig h t: ” am o s t novel and entertaining episode in l, iy existence’.” “ A grand servant y o u w o u ld make,” said A m y , t akihg the delicate little hands w h ic h were perfor- 1 . lin g such gyrations in the air, in hers, “ a grand servant y o u w i ll make w ith these, and your long brow n curls ; p ra y m y love, how w ill you dispose of them ? T h e y w i l l ruin yo u r plan.” J o l m X » . F o t t , C o m m i s s i o n e r o k D e e p s U ltiB r N o . 48 FuU o n s treet, R rooklyn. D e e d s , R o m ls, M o rtgages, and oilier c o n v e y a n c e s draw n , und L a w an d o ilier p a p e r s engrossed. my--! S a m u e l G a r r i s o n , A t t o r n e y , S o l i u i t o r a n d C o u n s e l l o r — Oliice, N o . “ M o n tague H all. m y IH J o s e p h 3 1 . i d u c l i m o r c , IM P O R T E R S C C k F a n d d e a l e r i n C h i n a , G l a s s a n d E a r t h e n W a r e , N o . 3 7 M y rtle a v e n u e , b e tw e e n P e a rl a n d J a y sts. feld (im H . Y V . m u r p h y * A t t o r n e y a n d S o l i ­ c i t o r , nt the C o u n ty C lerk’s Oflice, C ity H a ll, d d S t a n b e r y N D a o u k r i i k o t y p e R o o m s , N o . 43 F u lto n street, B rooklyn. 04 B r . O. C. B a l l , C o r o n e r . —Oflice, d09 F n lto n s treet, u p stuirs. a u l o J o h n B . K i n g , A t t o r n e y a n d S o l i c i ­ t o r , N o . 4 3 F u U o n stroet, B rookiyn. n30 W i l l i a m Wise* Jr.* W a t c h m a k e r J e w e l l e r , N o . 79 FuU o n s tr e e t. (127 D a n i e l V an V o o r h i s , S h e r iff - o V K in g s (S bun t y — Oflice, N o . 4S F u U o n St., s e c o n d * j a i l H e n r y A . Itloore, A t t o r n e y a n d C o u n s e l l o r a t L a w , M o n tague Hall n e a r the 1. n i v 1 « r f i r e r story. Sc N i c h o l a s V a n SSritnt, A t t o r n e y a n d ffg tfg g ? C o u n s e l l o r a t L a w , N o . 1 F r o n t st, B rooklyn.— [C o m m issioner o f D e e d s .] ap24 .Tosei>L I ? I . G reenw ood* A t t o r n e y a n d S o l ic i V o R, N o . 3 F ro n t s t, B rooklyn. s>3 flyCSF* .Tames V e scoti* S e x t o n o f S t . J o h n ’ s $ f CS b ? C h u r c h , N o . 250 A d a m s street—T o w h o m appli­ cation f o r P e w s in th e C h u r c h , o r In term e n ts in tlie B u rial Y a rd , m a y be m a d e . sJO D r . W . C m B e n e d i c t , [ l a t e p h y s i c i a n a n d s u r g e o n in the P h ilad e lp h ia H o s p ital,] P h y ­ sician an d S u rgeon—Oflice in A tlantic n e a r C linton street, B rooklyn. d3 Y V illiam S. lSarl>er, B o o k - B i n d e r a n d P a f e r R u l e r , High s treet n e a r F u lton . A ll kinds of hoo k - b inding done in a n e a t and sub s tan tial m a n n er.-— Books, P e riodicals a n d M u sic b o u n d to p a ttern . P a p e r ruled to any p a t te r n . » jy Iti T ^ S c I O L E R A — N o thing afTords m o r e gen e ral security ag a inst th e C H O L E R A than a healthy condition of the O rgans o f D igestion; b u t these aro often k n o w n to c reep into d isorder s o gradually an d insidiously, tliat th e p a tien t h a rdly know s th a t h e is the sub ject o f it. It c a n n o t be s a id lhat these organs ore in h e a lth w h e n th e bow e ls are costive o r irregular, tho ev a c u a tio u s d a r k e r u n n a tural in co l o r ,an d th e tongue foul an d loaded in th e m o rning. T h e s e alw a y s d e n o te d e r a n g e m e n t o f th e organs o f digestion, and are al­ w ays s e e n together, b u t it often h a p p e n s tliat th e in d ividu a l hns n e v e r n o ticed them until they hav e been poin ted o u t b}' his p h y s ician as th e c a u se o f s o m e o th e r s u b j e c t o f c o m p laint. T h is s u b ject is w o rthy o f g reat attention , for, in th o s e p e r sons w h o ure n o t d e p ressed by intem p e ran c e , th e disordered condition o f th e organs o f digestion c o n s titutes a m o r e gene­ ral c a u s e o f C h o lera th a n any other. A t th is tim e , th e refore, it is especially advised th a t every on e s h o u ld pay a due reg a r d to the regu larity o f th e bow e ls , th e color o f th e evacuations, an d th e slate of th c tongue, and, i f th e y are such as .h a s been already describ e d , d e p e n d upon it h e is far m o re O P E N T O AN A T T A C K O F C H O L E R A than lie is a w a re of, a n d it therefore becom e s h is d u ty to re­ m o v e th e s e disordered s y m p tom s . U n d e r s u c n circum s tances the object is, first, to evacu a te th c bow e ls , an d then s u p p o r t th e ir n a tu r a l an d healthy ac­ tion. B u t m u c h d e p e n d s on th e m e a n s eh o s o u ; a rough, d r a s tic purgativ e , us sev e r a l o f th c m e d icines extensively p r e s e n ted to th e pub lic ure know n to bo, is not only im p r o ­ p e r , b u l e v e n d a n g e r o u s ; a purg a tiv e m a y ind e e d b e occa­ sionally req u ir e d , b u t o n e of a m ild aiul friendly, though cleansing an d purifying, n a t u r e ; w h ilst s o m e th in g c o m b ining a t o n i c or s tren g th e n ing , w ith a m ild ap e rien t o r regulating effect—o n e w h ich, w h ilst it curries off th e v itiated s e c retions of the L iver, K idnies, fitc., will restore a n d preserve the ton e an d vigor o f t h e D igestive O rgans and N e rvous System , thits en a b lin g th e co n s titution to resist contagious suid a ll o ther diseases, is h e r e m o s t particularly called for, S u c h a m odi cine, smd i t is s tated in tho fullest c o n v iction o f its tru t h , is D R . R A L P H ’S U n i v e r s a l D o m e s t i c V e g e t a b l e P i l l s . B u t, w h o e v e r , in ad d ition to a te m p e r a te u n d reg u lar m o d e of living, a im s u t th e ab o v e healthy standard is in uo danger of T A K I N G T H E C H O L E R A , m id ca n n o t ta k e it. D u rin g th e p rev a len c e of this ep id e m ic iu 1832-M, there w a s u o t a single in d iv id u a l attack e d w ith th is disease in th e city o f N ew V o rk, w h o follow e d these d i r e c t i o n s . ^ ^ J D lt. R A L P H 'S P I L L S are s o ld in B o x e s a t 2 5 c e n t s , w ith very fu ll d irections on th e prevention and cu r e o f every dis­ ease, b y all ih e p r incip a l druggists. N o one sh o u ld be w ith­ o u t th e m . 2el2 3m fi'H F . rr a i i f i l l U A B j ( O I A - T H E B O A llI) O F 1JF.A LYH—P E K U A I r- T I O N A R Y M E A S U R E S A G A lN rfT AN A T T A C K O F UHOLK1LV— P R E V E N T I V E S —T R E A T M E N T .—T h c rfa- uilary <’om m itteo o f tho Board u f H ealth o f this e ity havo requested the M edical C o u n c il lo m a k e a report on tiie s u b ­ ject o f C h o lera. T h i s r e p o r t luis a p p e a r e d in the eity press; aud to s o m e o f its suggestions nnd logic 1 wish to call th e attention o f t h e pu b lic, lt m a k es one suggestion r e lative to th e p r o p e r course to b e pursued in th e prem o n itory s tag e o f cholera—th a t is, a f ter th e com m e n c e m e n t of d u u v im u u or a relaxed condition o f lho bow els. 1 w ill not dispute th e p o int w h e th e r th e <liarrh<**n is o r is not th e actual com m e n c e m e n t of the C h o lera.o r w h e ther it is only a prem o n itory sym p tom o f a n attack. T h o M edical Council, how e v e r, regard it in th e latter ch a racter. But w ith regard to the treatm e n t s u g ­ gested by th e m 1 feel it my duly, m o r e particularly, to speak plainly. * T h e r e p o r t s a y s ; . “ W ith regard to th e treatm e n t of C h o lera, it may be o b ­ served lh a t, a s a general r u le, the disease docs not a ttack so suddenly as to p r e c lu d e the possibility of calling in tim e ly m e d ical assistance. A relaxed slate o f th e bow els f o r a longer o r s h o r ter period gives notice of its a p p r o c h . In all c a s e s , therefore, w h e n any disord e r of this kind exists, com m o n prudence w ill suggest tho necessity o f resorting h> m e d ical aid. If this bo dim e in s e a s o n , tlie diso:ise m ay generally bo prom p tly arrested. -W h en professional aid cannot be im m e diutely obtained, a n d w h e re sim p le relaxation of dm b o w e ls ex ists, 20 o r 25 d r o p s o f laiukm itm m a y be lak»vu —lo be re­ peated in o n e o r tw o hours, according to c ircum stances. For young persons a n d child r e n , the dose iituM. ho reduced ac­ cording t o t h e a g o ; a t th e ago o f ton years, eigh t d r o p s : «»l th e ag e o f tw o years, tw o o r three drops.1\ My respect for th e character anti standing w h ich tin* th r e e gentlem e n w h ich com p o se the M edical t ’ouncil, and w h o p r e p a red the report from which the above is an ex tr a c t, as well :is a total a b s e n c e o f a l l inclination on my part to charg e them w ith au act of inhum a n ity or cruelty in th e ir profes­ sional c o n d u c t, w ill not allow m e to itnpul** to them d ish o ­ nesty in th e advice w h ich they have th o u g h t proper to give th e public, w h o se liv e s iu a g r e a t m e a s u re m a y d e p e n d upo n th e degree of confidence they place iu the suggestions con­ tained in the ti h u v e ex tr a c t. Bul from long e x p e rience in th e treatm e n t of disease, w h ich, by w h a tever nam e it m a y be called, is in reality b u t a u n it , a n d the im m e d iate cause of w e ich, in ninety-nine cases o u t o f a hundred, is an t mi ’C u ity ou t h e a i.m ir, ( feel it a duty 1 o w e to the public, i n h u m a ­ nity, to denounce in language os strong sis a proper courtesy to those w h o se opinions’ 1 regard ;is d a n g e ro u s will ju s tify , th e use of op ium iu jmy form , to check Ihe relaxed condi­ tion of th e bow e ls , in th e incipient or uny other s tage of t h a t terrible m a h u ly, c a lled th e cholera, or any other disease inci­ d e n t to m a n . R eason for a m o m e n t, reader? T h e cause of ch o lera is already in th e system w h e n the relaxed condition o f t h e bo w c li com m ence*. T h e diarrhea, w h e ther it he regarded as a prem o n itory sym p tom of speedy a thick, or w h e th e r it is th c actual co m m e n c e m e n t of the disease itself, is only a m a n ifestation th a t N a t u r e has com m e n c e d her efforts to rem o v e from th e s y s tem th e causes of th e disease. rfhe, in accordance w ith Hint law o f o u r being wluM t tends to ou r pre servatio n , s e ts h e r s e lf lo w o rk to free the system from th a t m o rbid insitter w h icli it has im b ibed from som e cause o r o th e r , w h ich in tho case o f cholera is not a s yet fully u n d e r ­ stood. S h o u ld m e d ical s c ience check, retard this operation o f N a ­ ture, or a id it by those appropriate rem e d ies w h ich arc m o s t conducive to th a t e m l? Should w e give opiates, s o p o rifics, the know n effects of w iiich are to lessen o r destroy th e n a ­ tural a c tion and m o tion o f th e living liber, the natural peris­ taltic m o tion o f t h e intestinal eanal, s o necessary to carry off from th e body th e m o r b id m a tter w h ich is the c a u se of d is - case 7 T h e iotist p a rticle ol com m o n sense is sill th a l is necessary to enable till to reply to th e s e interrogatories. T o check th e relax e d s tate of th e bow els, u n d e r circum s tances like these, is a m iserab le practice, a n d show s conclusively the extrem e ignorance o f those w h o advise it. A ll m e d ical m e n know th a t o p iu m dim inishes ull the s e c retions a n d ox- cretioiistof th e s y s tem . T h e e v a c u a tions, a fter Diking o p iu m are clay-colored, ow ing to a n alm o s t total suspension ol’th e biliary secretion. It d im inishes th e sensibility of the s tom a c h an d bow e ls , w h ich leads to a suspension, partial o r total, of all th e r e g u lar a c tions o f th e body. T h u s it teqds lo lock u p in Hie s y stem all th e m o r b id hum o rs, th e presence of w lticit causes ^disease, am i th e rem o v a l of w h ich w o u ld resto re h e a lth. If th e efforts o f N a ture to rem o v e disease causo in ­ creased action in the excretory organs, and th e blood is g et- ing rid o f ita im p u rities, by throw ing them into the intestinal canal, p r e p a r a to ry to t h e ir flnsil e x it from th e system , o p iu m * checks all these operation s , a n d retains th e cause o f d e a th in th e system . Can a practice e x ist m o re suicidal th a n th is? T h a t a bo d y o f learned m e n , h a v in g all the advantages o f m e d ical ed u c a ­ tion, fam iliar w ith th ^ effects of m e d icine, w h o ought Jit lejist to hav e ji correct know ledge o f the cause of d is e a se, s h o u ld m a k e such s u g g e s tions to th e ir fellow citizens *m a n y oecu- sion o f s o m u c h im p o r tan c e , affords a n o th e r e v idence o f t h e prevailing ignorance and cim rlatanry th u t s till e x ists in th e practice of m e d icine. O p ium is th e r*'Kick's s h e e t anchor. It e n ters into th e com ­ position o f t h e various s y r u p s , balsam s, elixirs, cough d r o p s lUtd Ot' tlie , iv\ 147 1 tv n tv d it .1 IVIl' lUC UlLl <-• ul’ ease, i t blunts th c susceptibility to im p ressions o f pain or d a n g e r—it a w a k e n s th e fancy or im a g ination thnt health is im p roving— it s o o thes to com p o s u r e ; b u t only tlm t_disease m a y th e m o re firm ly s e c u r e its hold, juu I m o re certainly ter­ m inate in dejith. My object in th u s c o n troverting tb e fallacies of th e M edical C o u n s e l is, to g u a r d th e com m u n ity ag a inst the inevitable evil c o n s e q u e n c e s th a t w o u ld result from following th e ir ad ­ vice in cases of ch o lera. D u ring th e prevalence o r p r o b a ­ ble approach of th i s fatal m a lady, l w o u ld advise alL to uid N a tu r e in all cases w h e r e she m a k e s ;ui effort to throw off disease. If r e lax a tio n o f the bow els com e s on, r e s o r t t o PURGATIVE REMEDIES. Tllke ll (lo.SC of H R AN l>R KTIl’s P il l s , a n d repent it un til si h e a lthy condition o f th e stom a c h an d bow e ls s u p e rv e n e s . O n e valuable s u g g e s tion is found in th e R e p o rt ot the M e­ dical C o u n s e l. T h e v say “ V io l e n t pu r g a t iv e m e d ic in e s ark ca l c u l a t e d to do m is c h ie f / ’ T h i s is Inie. A v o id all m e rcurial pu rgatives, s aline purgatives, a n d imleod a ll th e drastic p u rgatives of th e dru g shops prescribed by doctors. T a k e th e V e g e t a b l e U n iv e r s a l P il l s of Dr. B n m d roth, w h ich rem o v e onlv th e m o r b id hum o rs o f t h e system , a n d do n o t debilitate and 'a d d to th e great prostration of tb e physi cal and vital pow e r s o f th e body, w h ich are so pee»ili:irly in all c a ses ol‘ c h o lera. T h e y are N a tu r e 's aid in disease.— W h e n s h e is too weak, lo accom p lish h e r w o rk, they perform it for h e r. T h e M edical C o u n s e l s u g g e s t lh a t g r e a t attention he paid to clean streets, s e w e rs, lanes, and alleys. All “ s o u rces of (Ilth a n d im p u rity,” s u c h is their language,should b e p r o m p t­ ly rem o v e d by tiie p u b lic au t h o r ities; and every citizen sh o u ld keep a w a tchful e y e ab o u t his prom ises, “ jind ti* his efforts are in a d e q u a te for th e rem o v a l o f tilth, he s h o u ld call u p o n th e B o a rd ot* h e a lth for a id.’’ A ll this is r ig h t a n d p r o p e r ; bul how s trange it is! w h a t a s tr iking contrast there is betw e e n th is s u g g e s tion and that w h ich advises thu people to lock up all th e lilth in th e ir system by taking la u d a n u m ! 'J’h e veins uud arteries o f th e living body, through w h ich the blood o f life flows, und th e great intestinal canal through w h ich the system is nourished, m u l ail th e su p e r in c u m b e n t, useless m a tte r tilth o r im p u r ities, are throw n o u t ol* the system . C a rrying o u t th e id e a o f th e learn e d M edical Counsel, iu this one respect, a t least, w e w o u ld suggest that w h ile the ch o lera e x ists am o n g us, or th r e a ten s o u r people w ith an attack , th a t each citizen exam ine w ell ••his ow n prem ises.” th e condition o f Ilie s y s tem , and if h e tears iin attack o f c h o ­ lera from too g r e a t a n accum u lation oftilth o r m o rbid m a tter, so th a t h e is in a d e q u a te to effect a r e m o v a l, th a t he calls, n o t upon th e Bosird o f H e a lth, fur a id and assistance, hut a t s o m e place w h e re D r . B r a s d r e t u ’ s V e g e t a b l e P i l l s m u y be h a d . T h e s e w ill speedily rem o v e th e tilth and im p u r ities from th e s e w e rs a n d canals o f h is s y s tem , a n d restore him to h e a lth . R e n d e r, is not th i s a com m o n -sense criticism upon th e use o f o p iu m as ad v ised in th e report of w h ich I s p e a k V Not onu ol* this M edical C o u n s e l dare deny b u t th a l th e effects w h icli L hav e a t tr ib u t e d to opium do m o s t c e rtainly follow its ad m inistration, lt is painful to w itness th e prom u lgation o f o p inions so c r u d e , s o inconsistent w ilh the well established law s of disease, a n d th e m e thod of rem o v ing it, a n d lhat too by m e n w h o se profession is that o f m e d icine. 'I h e P u b lic's servant, B . B R A N D R E T H . N e w Y o r k , J u n e 1,1840. 5*jp\ M ^ - G O F F , M a r k e t street, n e a r F u U o n st., B rooklyn, is th e sole A g e n t for D r. B riuidroth's Pill’s. jyt) ihisuranrc. “W T I I i C V. n 3-: V S l \ s r i l A N C F . C O . . :>0 W a t t stre e t , J I j [lute. 47.*' eoriu*r o f ih m o v e v >treet. Nev.' Y o r k — c a p i ­ tal S'-OKOIIil— s u r p l u s Ist of.lunejgiTlMMK). C o n tinue to insure against loss o r dam a g e by lire, dw e ll­ ing house?-, w a re bouses and other buildings, m e rrhsm d ize. fu r n iture and personal property, on th e m o s t favorable term s . iu r e u t o r s : 8 m ith \V. A n d erson, ilolui \Vil>ou, F rancis T . L u q u r e r. W illiam Agnevv, Ira S m ith, E. H. H e rrick. ( ’orm d ius S m ith, dacob U. N evius, • P a u l A. Curtiss, .1. A. R o b e rtson, K d w a rd C . Fade. T i t u s K. A d ee. A b raham l». ^ FRAN C IS T. i div e r T . H e w lett, S a m u e l M. T h o m p s o n , Fir'in T o w n s e n d , Sam u e l T. S k idm o r e , W . S. IhuTiimin, W . A. F. P e n t/, R o b e r t S p e i r , •lames C h a m b e rs, G e o rge II. Sw o rds, C. N. S. R o w land, Jo h n .1. Phelps, I t h i s k . A d e e , amis. L C a C F .F .U , P resident. M S A p p lication for Insurance will receive im m e d iate a t te n ­ tion at thu Agencv otlice. No. 43 F u lton stroet, B rooklvn. <111 S T E P H E N CRi AVF.LL, A g e n t, \N D IN S (* R A N ( : ir T o . M P A N Y - urplus. ofiice I! Fulton T H V . LONG 1SL C a p ital SSnojKSp—w ith ; street, Brooklyn. (km tim ies to ta k e risks tin Buildings, M e rchandize, M a­ chinery a a d property generally, a t current rates of p rem ium . T h i s com p a n y hns passed through th e greiit N e w Y o r k Fires o f 1H35 t»hd IM 5 . nml also the recent d is a s trous Brooklyn Ffre. T h e y ow e th e ir escape from them , w ilh com p a r a ­ tively slight losses, to th e system whicli they jdwnys prac­ tise, o f lim iting and s c a ttering their risks. 'l’he Com p a n y inform th e ir dealers and th e public gene­ rally, llm t l e s s t u a x u s e T i l h i d o f th e ir business is o n ri.-ks in the city o f Brooklv. All losses w h ich th e com p a n y m a y su s tain, w ill b e ad­ justed and paid prom p tly as heretofore. d i r e c t o r s : Sarsaparilla. B. W . D e lam a ter, H enrv Young, P e ter C. C o rnell, Daniel A \r o s , F rederick M sinjuand, W illiam M. Hlks, M inium Post, It. V. W . T h o r n e , W illiam 8. Packer, W . H o race Brown, •1. <*. S k idm o re, T h o tn a s Bayiis, E . C. F inn . I S m ith W o o d h u ll, N o ziah W right, G e o rge B. Fisk, T h o m a s Birdsall, C h a rles J . T a y lor, G e o rge S. llow h m d , Daniel A. B o b b ins, W illiam O h e tw o o d , .lohn S. W iley, Jo h n A. L o tt, J . C. Skidm o re, Jo h n P. Y c lvertou, Freem a n Umvdon. B. W . D E L A M A T E R , P resident, eretarv. T HE-! K 1 N C S CO UN T Y M U T U A L IN S U R A N C E COM P A N Y .N o . 42 F u lton s tr e e t, B r o o k lyn,givenotice th a t they continue lo m a k e Insurance o u a ll k inils o f p roperly, against loss or dam a g e hy tire on a s favom b le term s a s other offices, and solicit th c business of th e ir friends and the public. And the com p a n y stiile that after liqu idating all tho c laim s against them occiisioned by the g r e a t lire in S e p tem b e r bust they wifi have assets available for th c p a y m e n t o f losses o f one hundred th o u s a n d dollars, on w iiich the pub lic m a y rely as a m p le security against a n y f u ture losses the c o m p a n y m ay sustain T r u s t e e s : T h o m a s < 'a r p e n tcr, A d rian liegem a n , C h a rles M. O lcott, S a m u e l K. J o h n s o n , Jerem iah Johnson , Elias U n d e rhill, (birdner W h e e lw r ight, W illiam B eard, Bar/.illa llnnsom , M orris R e y n o lds, R ichard F . H a v iland, A a ron L. R e id, R o b e r t R . Story, A lfred C lapp, A m o s M a d d e n , J o h n A. Cross, U u n ajah A. B rew s ter, E . S. Pow e ll, G e rrit S m ith , M o tt Bedell, W illiam 11. Cary, W illiam Burdoii, T h o m a s C lark, N icholas L u q u e r . M O R R IS R E Y N O L D S , P r e s ident. A d r i a n H k g k m a n , V ice President. feSW S t e p h e n U n d e r h i l l , Secretary’. r j p s i ! - : N O R T H AM E R ICAN F I R E IN S U R A N C E plus C O M P A N Y —C a p ital §250,000, w ith a handsom e s u r- A G E N C Y O F F IC E , N o . 50 F U L T O N S T ., B R O O K L Y N , Principal Otlice, f»7 W a ll st. N ew Y o rk. T h is com p a n y , w ith a c a p ital and su r p lus solely invested w ith good securities, offers a d v a n tages for th e insurance of property iu th i s c ity, w h ich are unsurpassed. d i r e c t o r s : Jam e s \V . O tis, T h o m a s T ilestn n , Jum e s Ih.gert. j r , H u g h A u c h incloss, V«l S V , Rjchnrd M. U lachlbr C a leb 8\van, T h o m a s W . G ale, Jo n a th a n T h o r n e , D aniel B. F e a r ing, Jo s h u a J. < 3 m rles W illiam s , W illiam W h itow right, C o rnelius M cCoon D avid B. K eeler, l l . <l>’u v n e \l, A n d rew F o s ter,jr, Silimiol J . Beals W y llis lilnckstone,* H enrv Parish, W illiam S. W o t m o re, H enrv. JAM Erf W . O T I S , P resident. B. W . U l e e c k e u , SecreuiJy. A p p lications for Insurance m a d e at the A g e n c y Office, 5t) Fulton stree t, B rooklvn, w ill be prom p tly attended to. fo3 * J . E. U N D E R H I L L , A g e n t. M T P r i f A I i B E N E F I T L I F E N o . 43 F u l t o n s t r e e t . — In conform ity M ( ; t ; £ £ l ? X O I £ I 2 9 N O . 37 M Y R T L E A V E N U E , has ju s t receiv e d a large q u a n tity of w h ite, irou stone ch in a o f th e very best quality, w h ich h e w ill sell u t prices th a t w ill d e f y c o m p e ti tio n ; also, a n a b u n d a n c e o f o th e r k inds of w a r e . C h in a te a setts low e r th a n ever. G lass w a r e in great p lenty. S o lar L u m p s and G irandoles, from 15 to 2b p e r cen t c h e a p e r than th e y can b e bo u g h t a n y w h e r e this s h le of E g y p t. B ritannia te a - p o ts; and lam p s f o r bu r n in g oil or fluid, 30 p c r cen t c h e a p e r th a u a greut m a n y are selling them , und 15 p e r cen t ch e a p e r th a u any body s e lls th e m , for in­ stance ; w e w ill sell L u m p s for 8s. p e r pjiir, th a t o u r neigh­ bors sell for 13s. p e r p a ir . A n d , to conclude, w e know ive S E L L CH E A P E R , th a n anybody in B rooklyn o r N e w Y o rk. N o . 37 iu r e d l e t t e r s 'on th e w indow . N . B.— G o o d s loaned to parties. T e r m s — C a s h and O N E P IU C E , o n l y . JO S E P H F. M U C H M O R E , 37 M y rtle a v e n u e , je 9 tf bclw c c u P e a rl u n d Jay streets. I J T B A L K E A ' E F I T I D E I N S U U ’ C E C O M P A N Y — S u rp lus C a p ital §721,152 00. F I R E M E N ’S IN S U R A N C E C O M P A N Y , o f N e w Y o rk city C a p ital §204,000. T h e u n d e r s igned has rem o v e d h is Office to N o . 43 F u lton streot, w h e r e all ap p lication f o r I n s u r a n c e , in th e a b o v e C o m p a n ies, w ill receive bis im m e d iate attention. iny22 tf _______________ S T E P H E N C R O W E L L , A g e n t ( U T I E 'l ’ K X I V G N E W —T liesu b s c rilfers liave a d d e d lo th e ir e x tensive a s s o rtm e n t o f S O L A .lt L A M P S , G IR A N ­ D O L E S , V A S E S , H A L L L A N T E R N S , & c., a very superior stock o f C u t am i P r e s s e d G l a s s , in g r e a t variety, bo u g h t exclusively for c a s h , u n d w h ich w ill positively be s o ld as low , if n o t low e r th a n such goods a re usually s o ld for. O u r C u s ­ tom e rs, au d th o public generally ure earnestly r e q u e s ted to call u n d exam in e before purchasing elsew h e re. N. B. W e arc s till r e c e iving quan tities o f th a t 5 s . O I L ao universally s o u g h t for by all w h o give it a single trial. JO H N B U T L E R B R O T H E R , n p l4 Iy u i F u lto n , nearly o p p o s ite S a n d s st. f t l L V E U D A R T S F O R L A D IE S ’ an d C h i l d r e n ’* H a i r ! A good su p p ly of th is graceful orn a m e n t is to be found a t W I S E ’S Jew e lry store, jy - 7 79 F u ltou street. Q U T I 'X f c S - L T I E C O U R T — K in o s C ounty — T h e New Y o rk Life In s u r a n c e and T r u s t C o m p a n y vs. C h a rles S q u ir e and o th e r s . B. R o ih n s o s , J r ., Pill 's A tt'y. In pursuan c e o f a ju d g m e n t order o f th is court, m a d e in th e above entitled action, bearing d a te the 15th d a y o f May, lrf-lL), I w ill sell at th e l'ran k lin llouse, N o . 15 F u ltou street, in th e city o f B rooklyn, ou the 15th day o\' S e p te m b e r . 1 S*4t», at 12 o'clock at n o o n of tlm t day, the follow ing lands and p r e m ises: A ll those ce rtain tw e lve lots o r parcels o f hm d sitm ite, lying jmd being in t h e city o f B r o o k ly n , in th e county of K ings jmd state o f N e w Y o rk, smd being designated on ce r tain m a p o f th o R e a l E s tate o f R a lp h P a tchen, m a d e in th e m o n th o f A p r il, o n e th o u s a n d oight h u n d r e d anil tw e n ­ ty-nine, iind filed in tlie C lerk’s otlice o f th e said county of K ings, by G e o rge M . P a tchen, «n th e tw e n tieth dsty o f A u ­ gu s t, one thoussm d eig h t hundred and tw e n ty-nine, by the n u m b e r s 53 (fifty-three,) 54 (llliy-four.) 55 (fitty-tiviO 51 m fifty six.) 57 (lilty-seven,) 5rf (fifty-eight,) 59 (filly-nine.) fit* (sixty.') 01 (sixty-one,) 02 (sixty-tw o ,) 03 (sixty-throe.) jmd C l(si.\iy- four.) fronting on W illow and H icks s tr e e ts, and being tw e n ­ ty-five feet iu w idth, in front, anil rejir e a c h lots, and one h u n d r e d feet in d e p t h , on each side—to g e th e r w ilh so m u c h o f H icks und W illow streets, to th e cen tre o f s a id s tr e e ts, a s lies in front o f an d ad joining said lots, to b e k e p t open and used as s tr e e ts, and bein g bounded j i s follow s, v i z : on the n o r th , by lots n u m b e r s 52 (fifty-two,) jm d 05 (sixty-live,) on said m a p ; on th e east, by H icks stree t aloresaid ; on ihe so u th , by lau d of H e n ry Paichen ; and on th e w est, by W il­ low siree t aforesaid— b e ing the sjtm e prem ises conveyed to C h a rles H o y t b y I le n r y P a ichen and wife by deed, d a ted May 1st, 1833. a n d recorded in th e C lerk's olfice of K ings c o u n t)-, in lib e r N o . 30 o f conveyances, psige 4*2, &.e., and by the said C h a rles H o y t c o n v c y e ilto the said C h a rles Squire.* h v deed, d a ted M a rch 23d, 1B35. T o g e th e r w ith all a n d singular th c tenem e n ts , h e r e d ita­ m e n ts and ap p u r ten ju ices th e r e u n to belonging or in anyw ise ap p e rtain in g . D ated*Brooklyn, A u g u s t 22d, 1819. au23 2aw ts D A N ’ L VAN V O O R H IS, Sheriff. IN S U R A N C E CO .— w ith the provisions o f jui sict o f tlio Legislaturo o f Ihe s u ite o f N e w York, e n titled “ A n act to provide for tho in c o rporation of Insurance C o m p a n ies.” T h o undersigned. President a n d tho Secretary and T r e a s u r e r o f “ T h e M u tual Benefit Life Insu­ rance Com p sm y ,” incorporated by act of th e L e g islature of the shite o f N e w J e r s e y , do hereby certify lh a t tho invested funds o f th o com p a n y now on h a n d an d belonging to the com p a n y , are ns follows, viz: U n ited S lates fi p e r ceut. slocks (par) tw e u ty thousand d o ll a r s ..........................................................*. § 20 , 001 ) 00 United rftates w ;ir bounty s c rip (par) e leven hu n d i v d d o l k i r s .................................................................... 1,100 00 Bonds o f th e city o f Brooklyn, N ew Y o rk, fifty ^lum s a n d d o l l a r s .................. ' ....................................... 50,000 00 Firsl bonds a n d mr>rtgni»es o n u n incum b e red r e a l estate io tin? slate: o f New Y o rk, w o rth nt least double th e am o u n t loaned thereon, ( u s r e q u ir e d by th e r u le s an d regulations of the com p a n y .) lifty-five th o u s a n d seven hundred uud tw e lve lifty - o n e h u n d r e tlid o llars ............................................. 55,712 50 Ihuuis ol* th e e i t y o f N e w a r k , N .J., tw e n ty-seven ^ h u n d r e d d o l l a r s .............................................*. ............ 2,700 00 Fiisl bonds an d m o r tgages on unincum b e red real estsite in t h e s h ite of N ew J e rsey, w o rth nt le;ist twice th e am o u n t loaned thereon, (as required hy Ihe r u le s atui regulations of the. c o m p a n y ,) seventy-six th o u s a n d live hundred and twenty*’ eight s e v e n o n e - h u n d redth dollars ........................ 70,528 07 First b o n d s uud m o rtgages on real estate in th e shite o f M a ine, w o rth tw ice the a m o u n t loaned thereon, five th o u s a n d throe hundred d o l l a r s .. 5,300 00 Annuity b o n d of th e s tate u f M assachusetts, e igh t hund r e d d o l l a r s ........................................................................ 800 00 Real E s tate an d build in g o f the com p any a t N ew ­ ark, N . J ., sev e n teen thousand d o llars ................ 17,000 00 Prem ium n o tes secu r e d by policies, and sub ject to p a y m e n t o f losses by tlie c o m p a n y , four h u n ­ dred a m i s e v e n ty-five thousand seven h u n d r e d am idifly-nine s e v e n one-hundredth d o l l a r s . . . . 475,759 07 Cash in b a n k , s ixteen thou s a n d tw o hum ired and titty-tw o thirty-six one-hundredth d o llars 10,252 30 T o t a l , .......................................... §7*21,152 00 X f l l l - ; I1LD D O C T O R v 1N U 1 C A T E I).—T I I E (AU K s T K ).\ S E T T L E D . —W© t>«u to i : h II the a t t e n ­ tion o f ih o public to l h c follow ing ('A U D ot nearly ’ill th e principal D r u g g is ts a u d A p o th e c a r ies o f N e w York, Brooklyn, and W illiam s lm ig h . re s i n n i n g •• O L D OK. J •XCtm T O W N r f E N D ’d 5SA U S A P A U ILLA ” H e ro S I X T Y N A M E S . am o n g w h o m arc S E V E N E D U C A T E D P H Y S I C I A N S , w h o te s t ily hi th e pu b lic ot ih e siq icrio rity o f th e Old D o c tor’s S a r s a p u r illa o v e r i h . i l m a d e by S . P. T o w n s e n d . L e t it be rem e m b e r e d th a t th e s e im m n r o D r u g g i s t s and I'/itfjicia n s , fu ll y a c q u a in te d w ith all kinds of m e d ic i n e s , an d th e m a n n e r o f coinpou n d ing them , uml a r c pro b a b ly m o r e ca p a b le of gv'ring un opinion o f th e v a lu e o f an y m e d ical coui|K>uud th a n an y class o f persons in th e w o r 'd . F rom th o fact th a t th o y aro putting u p proscriptions o f a l l th o P h y s icia n s from m o r n in g till irigli’ th e y o a r r o u n d . co n tin im ilv m ixing d r u g s , a l s o cioae o b s e r v e r s o f th e e f ­ fects o f ditferout p r e p a r a tio n s upon p a t ien t s e n a b les th e m m o s t f u lly to j u d g o w h e n a m e d icine is good an d w h e n bad. ^ T h e s e are th e m e n w h o m M r. S. P. T o w u s c n d s h a m e ­ fu lly abu s e d ond libel'm d . callin g them “ S w in d ler* ,” und “ w illin g to com m il nn y tra u d for m o n e y ,” aim pi v b e c a u s e th e y fe l t it th e ir d u ty t» t * e i \ , i h e O ld D r.’s S uthh pari lln in s te a d o f S. P .’s a r t i c l e , believi ng i l to he t a r th e b u tt e r m e d icin e . In v in d i c a t in g th e m s e lv e s from th e s e fo u l ch a r g e s , it becam e n e c e s s a r y to s p e a k o u t f r a n k l y n n d fu l l y th e i v ie w s o f th e tw o T o w n s e n d 's S a r s a p a r il la a . T h i s t h e y h a v o done in th o follow ing C a rd, to w h i c h t h e y no w in v ite th e re a d e r ’s a t t e n t i o n : “ C A R D T O T H E P U B L I C .” W c th e u n d e r s ig n e d D ruggists of N e w Y o rk, B r o o k ly n and W iU iam s h u rgh. h a v in g seen nn a d v e r t i s e m e n t a d ­ d r e s s e d to us, and o t h e r s w h o sell rfarsap a r ilJa, by S . P. T o w n s e n d , w h ic h i s ca lcu la ted to bring tu %nd o u r b u s i ­ n e s s in to r e p r o a c h , le d called upon In s ta t e >ur p e r s o n a l v ie w s o f th e real m e r its nt th e tw o T o w n s e n d ’s rfarsa- pu r illa O f tho claim s preferred by tho p a r t ie s to th c original S a r s a p a r il la w c h a v e nothing to do, an d leave th e m to settlo th a t m a tte r b e tw e e n th e m s e lv e s . B u t sin c e w e a r e called “ s w i n d le r s ,” and b r a n d e d w i t h th c d e c laratio n o f being w illin g “ lo c o m m it a n y fra a d for m o n e y ,” and as •* m e n h a v i n g no h o n o r , an d sh o u ld not be t r u s t e d ,” w o feel t h a t w o o u g h t to giv« th o reaso n * w h y w e prefer to use an d sell Old Dr. T o w n s e n d ’s S a r ­ s a p a r i lla , to Mr. S. I * .T o w n s e n d ’s, and le a v e th o pu b lic to jud g o w h e th e r w e are **deceiv e r s u n d s w i n d le r s , und nu t to be tru s te d ” by s o doing, I. o u r experienco an d o b s e r v a tio n s h a v e satirfied us th a t t h e Old D r.’s S a r s a p a r il la possesses m o re m e d ical p o w e r an d v irtu e th a n S . P. T o w n s e n d ’ s, an d th a t th e te s t im o n y o f tb© pu b lic w o u ld seem to be th e sam e , nnd w e a l w a y s m a k e i t a m a t t e r o f c o n s c ience am i d u ty w h e n tw o a r t i c l e s bearing th e sa m e n a m e an d p u r p o r tin g Lo cu r e th e sam e d isease, are in th e m a r k e t, to se ll th a t w h i c h w e c o n s id e r t h e b e s t. T h c fact t h a t rf. P. T o w n s e n d ’s S a r s a p a r i l l a h n s g r e a t ­ ly s o u r e d , f e r m e n 'c d u n d ax p loded th e b o tt le s , th e r e b y giving g r o a t dissatisfactio n to our c u s to m e r s , h a s m flu eneed us in o u r p r e feren c e ot ih e Old D r.’s p r e p a r a tio n — W c do n o t fool ourselv e s ca lled upon to d e c id e th e tru o m e r its o f e i th e r a r t i c l e as stan d a r d p r e p a r a tio n s , but w h e n a* k e d hy our cu s to m e r s lor our o p in io n s w h ic l i w e believ e u n d e r a ll circum s l& u c e s lo t e tlie best, w e sh o u ld not h e s i t a t e in g ivingam r preferen c e in favor o f (JUI Dr. J a c o b T o w n s e n d ’ s. W i t h th e s e view s , w o le a v e th e p u b ­ lic t o d e c i i i e i f w e are n o t ju s tified iu giving t h c G ld D r.’s p r e p a r a tio n t h a t p r e f e r e n c e w h ich it s e e m s to d e s e r v e , us a m e d ical com p o u n d , a s w e ll as th e ch o ice o f th e p e o ­ ple s o u n iv e r s a lly m a n if e s ted in its f a v o r. G a b r iel D A y r e s , A tla n tic cor H o y t st. B rooklyn , rfieph e n P L e e d s , co r C o u r t an d A tla n tic s t , “ A H o tch k iss, J r ., 7 U n ion s t S o u th ** C M W r i g h t, C o lum b ia cor S a c k e t t a t, “ J H a y w o o d , 187 C o u r t s t , “ Ju m e s P r e s c o tt, 23 M y r t l e a v , “ P a u l M eiid, c u r S m ith a n d B a ltic s t , “ C h a r l e s C S m i t h , c o r C lin to n & B a ltic S t., 44 J B a d a e u , 101 M y rtle a v , c o r D u ilield st, “ 11 P a r k e r , cor M y rtle av . und C a rroll st, “ J a m e s D N o w ill, 2G G r a n d st, W iliiam s b u r g h . H e n r y L P a r s o n s , .M D, 71 C a u a l st. N e w Y o rk. L u c a s P a r s o n s , 7J C a n a l st. “ C II C lark, co r N M oore and G r e e n w ich s ts , “ H V W B u s h , 319 G r e e n w ic h s t . , c o r D u a n e , 44 W m B M a n n .278 B r o a d w a y , c o r C h a m b e r s t 4* C h a r l e s P F a y , 1(15 C h a m b e r s t , 44 H e n r y T r i m m e r , 27 W h i t e h a l l st, 44 P h i l i p M u rckle,393 G r a n d s t , i t 48 a v e n u e 11,44 A lla n M D a v idson, 239 M o n roe st, *4 C h iU ion A s h m e a d . Jr,52(» G r a n d s t , 44 R e u b e n E M o ss, 596 G rand s t . 44 E H P a y to n , f>5fiG reen\vich s t , 77 Uth a v , 44 J H W a t t , 24 fith a v , 44 M iles L C o o k , 196 6 th a v . co r 13th st, 44 C G N o r g u e s t, 390 B room e st, 44 (J M u r a h , £ 0 6 C h e r r y Ht, 44 Betij D e a n , S p r ln g s t. co r M o tt, 44 D D B e lk n a p , 112 A v e n u e C , 44 Jo s e p h L e p g c t, 129 a v C . c o r S t l i s t . 44 A lbert \V G o b le, cor H o u s ton and av . P , 44 11 D W i n a n s , cor C o lum b ia u n d R lvlng to u st,** A lex a n d e r I* B oyd, 109 H o s t e r s t . c M u lb e r r y ,44 A lfred M a rsh c V fljick i t H u m m e r s ley s t , 44 S a m u e l T a y lo r , 267 B loeckor s t . co r J o n e s , 44 I) D T o l lm a n , 641 H u d s o n s t , 4‘ J o s h u a G r e e n , 104 C h a m b e r s t , “ J W i t h e r e l l , M 1), 6 2 O liv e r s t , 44 M o rrillo R o b b ins, P e a r l co r C r o s s st, 44 R S C a r p e n ter, 3 M u J b c r r v s t . 44 A R C a s e , 13 R ivlngton c o r C h r y s tie st, 44 J W T r o u t m a n , 3U5 r f tnnton s t , 44 D r . F r a n c i s , 317 lliv in g to n s t , 44 F X P a y e r , M D .352 F irst A v e n u e , 44 11 C P r id h a i n , c o r 3 1 s t s t . a n d 4 th A v e n u e , 44 W m N G ilch r is t, M D ,6 1-2 Spring s t c E lm , “ I D r P a p c .Jio r Broom e and F o r s y t h sts, 44 Ja m e s W e a v e r , 186 C h u r c h s t , 44 E 1, d G r a n d V e l. 32 W a l k e r s t f C h a r l e s S B e lding. H9 8 th A v e n u e , 44 Jo h n H in to n , 8 t h A v e n u e , cor 2UiU s t, 44 F r a n c i s W in D a y , 130 S tli A v e n u e , 44 W P S m i t h , 117 7 th A v . b e t w , 18th i t 19th s t s 44 A b e l P r iest, 240 E i g h th A v e n u e , 44 J o h n M i‘ls, 44 J a m e s s t . cor M a d is o n , “ J W ilk in s o n rfleight, M D, 44 J a m e s st. cor M a d is o n , 44 J a m e s N e w m a n , 304 G r a n d s t W i liiam s b u r g h . Ja m e s B o y c e , co r N rfo l k a n d S tan to n sts, •• W e ho p e t h e public w ill b e a r in m ind t h e f a c t th a t all th e s e m e n s t a l e e x p l i c i t l y , th a t S . P , T o w n s e n d ’s a r t i ­ cle h a s “ G R E A T L Y S O U R E D , F E R M E N T E D , A N D B U R S T T I J E B O T T L E S .” th e r e b y giving 44g r e a t mssA/risFACTioH to t h e i r c u s t o m ­ e r s .” W e h a v e before m a d e tho sam e s t a t e m e n t s w h ic h M r. S . P . T o w n s e n d s a i d w a s l i b e l l o u s , a n d in c o n s e ­ q u e n c e th r e a t e n e d m a n v o f t h e ow n e r s o f p a p e rs w ith p r o ­ s e c u t io n for p u b lish in g i t . W e have th e r e b y been d e p r i ­ v e d o f ad v e r tisin g in m a n y p a p e rs in N e w Y o rk a n d e l s e ­ w h e r e becau s e o f thcs© th r e a t s , w h ic h th e p u b li c w ill now see h a v e no fo u u d a rio u as lib e llo u s m a tte r . B e s ides th e s t a t e m e n t o f th e ab o v e s i r t y d r u g g ists, w c h a v e a pile o f l e tte r s from d r u g g is ts a l l over t h e c o u n t r y m a k in g th e su m e d e c lar i t i o n s , w h i c h w e a r e w illin g to s h o w to a n y o n e d e s ir ing to see th e m . C a n a n y m a n a f t e r th i s give an y credit to S. P . T o w n s e n d ’s f a l s e h o o d s re s p e c t in g th e U ld D o ctor, or t h a t w e m a k e a spu r io u s S a r s a p a r i l l a , in 44 im ita tio n ’* o f h is so u r in g ferm e n tin g o inpou m l ? — T h e public w e know are i n t e r e s t e d in o n e t h i n g o n ly , a u o th a t is, w h ic h o f th e tw o T o w n s e n d 's S a r s a p a r i l l a is i h e B E S T M E D I C I N E ! Sarsaparilla. Jj 1(1 »* • '1 ( * W N S J K K l t ’ S c o r e J ' O U N I> I L F E X T R A C T O F S A R S A f lA R U .l.A — W o r .r tei nn.l (fleisfng o f th o o g o —T o r m o s t /'ZTXtAOitbtNxttY c i n e ik T i n e - W o r l d . T h i s E x t r a c t is p u t u p in C itm rt ^ o i t l e s : i t is s ix t i m e s c h e a p e r , p l e a s a n t e r , a n d w a r r a n t e d su p e r i o r to a n y so ld . It c u r e s w i t h o u t v o m itin g , purging, sic k e n in g , o r d c h liltu tin g th e P a t i k n t . i h e gren i b e a u ty a n d su p e r io r i ty o f th i s S a r s a p a r i l l a Dyer a l l o t h e r m e d icin e s is, t h a t w h i l e i t d e d i c a t e s th e J u f . '! '? ; , 11 in v igorates th e bodv. I t is o n e o f t h e v e r y beht S H i l M , A X O s u m m e r M E D IC IN E S e v e r k n o w n ; it n o t o u i r p u r ifies t h e w h o le system , and s t r e n g t h e n s th e p e r s o n , b lit it creates neir, pure and rich. hUod. : a p o w e r possesncj! b y n o o t h e r m e d icine. A n d i n tliis lie * th o g r a n d s e c r e t of its w o n d e rful su c c e s s , l t h a s p e r f o r m e d w ith i n t h e l a s t five y e a r s , m ore t h a n i n o .f l u h c n r c s o f s p v e ie ca s e s o f d i s e a s e : a t le a s t 15,000 w u re co n s id e r e d in c u r a ­ ble. It h a s sav e d t h e liv e s o f m o r e th a n 5,000 c h i l d r e n •• th e tw o p a s t seaso n s . d u r in g 'W T O l ' l C E is h e r e b y _1_^| general m e e ting . given, p u r s u a n t to statute, thut a _ . o f t h e cred ito r s o f P h e b e R aynor, u concealed debtor, w ill be held at th e oflice of M arlin rftrong & A . F . S m ith, N o . 29 W a ll St., in tho City of N ew Y o rk, ou th e lirst day o f O c to b e r n e x t, at 3 P . M . o f th a t dav. N ew Y o r k ,-July 20th, 1849. JO H N A. L E N T , JO H N A L L W O O D , H E N R Y G . M A R T IN , j>*23 I0w T r u s tees. 1 3 for c leansing and purit ving prem ises, & c ., for rs s a le ul J A MlSS W . S M IT H ’S, my29 I S I N F 1 S C J T A N T S . — L e D o y e n ’s F luid—C h loride L im e —F E U C H T W A N G E R an ti-p u tr id m ix tu r e , & e., r ’ ' ° f o a le u l (.‘o u r t s treet, co r n e r M o n tague Place. M aking th e su m ot* s e v e n hundred an d tw e n ty-one thousand one h u u d r e d an d fifty-two d o llars. T h e u n d e r s ig n e d fu r th e r certify, t h a t th e business o f the com p any is tlm t o f L if e Insurance alone, th a t it is a M u tual Com p a n y , iuul lias no o ther capital th a n th a t received from prem ium s . S w o r n to A p ril 26, 1819. R O B E R T L . P A T T E R S O N , Prosideut. B e n j a m i n C . M i l l k i i , T reasurer. C E R T I F I C A T E O F A U T H O R I T Y . C o m i*t R o l l k it ’s O k h c e , \ A lbany, May rf, 1849. \ S a tisfactory ev id e n c e having boon furnished to m e th a t S tephen (.’row el!, o f th e c ity of Brooklyn, has been duly a p ­ pointed a n a g e n t for th e M u tual Benefit Life Insu r a n c e C o m ­ pany, b e ing a n I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n y incorporated by th e state of New Jersey , and th a t th e said c o m p a n y is possessed o f t h e am o u n t o f ac tu a l capital, unim p a ired, w h ich is r e q u ir e d by the s e v e n th section of an act entitled “ An act to pro v id e lbr ihtM n c u rporation u f I n s u r a n c e C o m p a n ies, passed A p r il 10, Now, th e r e f o r e , in pursuance of the provisions o f t h e Act aforesaid, ], W a s h in g ton H u n t, com p troller o f the state of New Y o r k , d o h c r e b ) certify, th a t the said S tephen Crow ell is a u thorised as an A g e n t for the said M u tual Benefit Life I n ­ surance C o m p a n y . to issue policies, receive p r e m iu m s , nnd transact t h e bu s iness u f Life iusunuice in the city o f B rook­ lyn. 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