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carper** ofthe pin>?M Win.!, mn > :h?*-^?nr-aV.nr
ntMr? A tmddJks. ?????.: sveanaa, m a ?.'??? m? mire, sits
hx the small tabled at plain ????? ine. oow and then s'trrirur wits
Ufr!'-: - rad$ea.Bl whi-han i..:iu.' i? : .* V. rr.ar
-::- ?.?. ?> fjre * .tri hts It- ?<! bcrsrei stafT, in that misty
st.v,. a >en SSeep c.4* with f' ? at .
firiaih gains th" master.. The c<?c:nur of his form, arid a
trjorh of his features as vt- visible. denote the rich merrbani
of B<.mJom Sjuare. but luvury ha? g-,t? s place to bue >-orr.
pott-nee. aad : smith c f?nurj are red ice i :>.? one ? :.tld. and
h'-r fhthorl is
f/he ?| .vr opens aactther serene.?I: Is ths com ting-irosnnoi
a aK-fharr .n a laxtjc city, but M rxtoions in its furniture,
it looks more Hke try ptixate sitting-room of a man of busi
Mas, '?:r?-<t wo clerks -ire lotting on the rich sett**cs, for
it is not the fashionable btrur f?r their active duty. Carriages
nr.- dnsi ing down the ?tr?-et?man; a ray ccroipagc rmtlcs
al..r.g tin ?? ? pavi meat, ?'-ha-, ban Isome young man'.and
besuuirul g.rl, d<> not heed the clatter. T.'icy hear or.Jy the
nrar<ic of each other's eoices. Love !?. a melody of its own.
that oVowm al! harsher tones. She hn* ??om<- tr> the count?
ing-room, osteastblv to seek Papa; a r:val lover would say i:
was ;?? n.?-?'t handsome ?i--rk. N" matter. Papa v...; not
frown :ir:-l thtvan trie love at his only daughter, and they
hn??- onh to declare themselves, and an elegant purse,
nod Ebcral twt-fit, comes with bis consent. That young
clerk hju !? rrgottc . Mrs) that little U>a:. ar.d the smiling river
Agai:.?It is a f. sUval i igbt at tbe house of the Heb Mr.
-. in Bovrdoin Square. Floods of light stream through
it? ????..lo?-. and musn* r-eii.*-? tar down :-it? ? the adjacent
streets. lli< eldest daughter has jnst entered into a feiici
ttjut-aad tbnnnate marriage,andthis is thi wedding-rmrty.
'I be rooms are brilliant with beauty and fashion, and crowded
with elegant jtanriss. 1 ;te rich proprwiot walk* through
tii<- gbtn nil c satoo with his fnir, matronl*. wife on his arm,
a? dear to each other, as ?hon tiny mad. love, a lor-- tin c
ago. :n tin. window of her father ? coin ting-room, fhey a.--.
t)i?- baprry paxents of a l?eaiit:ful. and promising famiiy.
glimmers above yon grovef.is calling the xiii.-.g,. to ?c.r>:.
The old r:inri lifts hi* heiul and [Kiiid<rr- on tht.se sounds. 11<
ha? benrd them maity tmv?. lie bears m each succeed?
ing Sabbath, ??? t th- y come to him :i?>*? xvrh an imwonted as
aociarion. i bex have tooched some familiar, but long silent
rh...ril. and tte- whole soulis thrilling !?> .ts ribrations. L. ng
forgotten nlao < are again rising 1?fore runt.
?\ spirit i* beside turn. He sees bor not, i>.;t -he i- there,
snjmm?ned (rum ber sleep by those bell-notes, and she tikes
hi- hand and leads him through these "Id. forgotten places.
The surrounding landscape mdes. There nr-- bill- and val
leyi that have I..:;:: been strangers ?." ins eye. A bright river
nn.-iff c, cr--.r .l..|we on w)hi?o smooth turt u cr>. .;> of noisy
urchin- tin- at play, some tossing balls, some whirling h"op-,
und some, the girl-, are eim-iric butterflic ?. But there one,
n sober-looking lad, who has just launched a little boat on the
stream, and i- intently watching its progress xxiih bis thougii!
ful e\..?. Iii- clieek i-. ro*y. nnd the sunny curl* nn- lightly
waving in the air. That furrowed old man, gazing on va
cancv, Ix-iir? but little resemblance to that fair-browed archi?
tect, w hose tiny shallop occupies u!i hi.- mind,
passmg nnd repassing, to and from its lovely confines. The
nwurnfnl -ptrit i* again U'sitU- him, Li.t sl:e ts u mournful
spirit no longer. She has left her tear- on earth?and in r
?jyea now gleam n* brightly as those of h-r Mster. Faith, a
sin' p.otit- out to the old man, the friends of his other years,
in tin- radiant beings around him. ihe xeil is lifted from in?
Timid, and be -ax* it was r""d for him, that he lia? bees af?
fin ted. Praise (lows from hi. heart?* Father, I thank thrr
that thy trays lire uv' as nur mays, s.r thy thoughts at our
Shall these bright rex*calings fnde ? Siiall the ?pirit. that
has been raised above the world, fall Luck to it< coldness and
desolation ' Shall it have a foretaste oi Heaven, and then
return tO the bitter stream* that flow through mortal ?:r.<i- '
It max not !?'. The intensity anil rapture of those visions,
have warned another angel tn fulfil his uuik. Even now. Inj
stands by the >?!d man. and his face is solemn, but of strangi .
unearthly beauty, aral as be passes his band over :h.-c
dimmed exe-, the) arc sealed Iwcver to this world of tear-,
but those visions have become reality. Hi- spirit max nou
hold communion with those who dwell in the skies, for the
barrier that divided them is thrown down, and it now par?
takes of their own ethereal eaUtencc.
Why should Memory lead him again through the sarrowfu]
past? Bat that fine May morning, and the Sabbath hell,
have brought the tearful spirit, .tud she has l>-d 1:1m thro igh
the shadowy lanes, tin* flowcrj gardens of his life, among
(estiva] scenes, and marriage splendor, and funeral trains,
to leave him tdoae in the lie;.! of an Alms-h i tsc farm. Tears
are in his ex<-*.
But the mournful spir:t is gone. Another is beside him.
nnd her eyes arc I.right, and blue, us the skies from which
she has mst descended. She p;.s.t.s lau hand across his
brow, and his tears are dried. Around him, he sees forms,
beautiful beyond human thought, and s imething in their faces,
brings iwick the memory <>i those, who pas-cd a- pleasant
dreams. They glide about htm with noiseless step, or :l..ar,
as gracefuDy as down, on the soft air. They hold no com
Bunion x\i:h him, fin be is not of their number.
Then tlie fair spirit takes him by the hand, and he is lifted
up. nnd they ascend, tut into illimitable space. There is u,>
sun toflight their path, but the spirits may not go astrav in
that luminous atmosphere. A holy calmness tills the soul of
the old man, and a 'lowing reo'miy. tiie l..:'g:::.ge of sj.iriti; ii
happiness, is wafted along from some unseen -/:.ir" of tr..
blessed. They ascend further, and higher, until they stand
on the verge of n beautiful world, where bright forms are
Again?There is a quiet grave-yard, where humble head?
stones tell of lowly sleepers beneath. Among these, i- one
small, xxhite pillar, where the mound :s more neatly sodded^
and the seeds of a few of the most common garden-flow er,
haxo been scattered by some loving hand. Beside this, is a
little mound, which has no memorial?tone to tell xxliat tittle
bud was thus early blighted?yet a tew ,?t the same flowers
that spring on the larger grave, speak of something of con?
sanguinity between the occupants, or, nt least, that tie-, were
cared for by one survixor. An old man totters along the
grassy level between the graves, until he reaches these
mounds, and sits down here, and weeps. Alas, that the
xjoung navigator of the streamlet, the lover, the husband and
the father, should bo this lonely old man 1
Once mop-.?He sits on a bench in front of a plain, vet |
comfortable mansion. Men. women, and children are b'usilx I
employed around him. in tin- x-arious ocenparions their ase
and condition permit, but the palsied fingers of thai old man '
ore exempt from all labor, for even the pitiless heart ... :_
lie charity xvill not compel those tremulous limbs to anv cask
the w ill diH?s not prompt. Yet he sosrietimes prefers ?
tip a few weeds in the Alms-house garden. He has now
groxvu cureless of tending the graxes, he or.ee loxed so wi Q,
No matter?this itisensihiltty to past sorrows is the blessin*
s.f the tu-i\t: else, mental surTering would be added t<> physical
- angel of Faith is gouc. Her h< ??::<? is among the
spirits? that are yet in the clay, and the newly disembodied
sine shall henceforth walk by night, but Memorv, wkL her
radiant countenance, sltr.il dwell by its side tor evi r
Letttll. M<iti. New-Yorker.
vj ; , '. ? the P ? of e Uimed States ?.-??-??? hi
. . A~ I -. r with as rhmortaace which had not
,. . been attached to : hie c.-n*T8i mrmy'Vfbo
.t,: ?hart i? John Tyfcr ?" respires ?oroc answer: aad. as
?a. -?-? ' " awaretb?1 aaj extend* bor r-z-'.?r biographical
.k ? I f 1 ??. has he? n publish are ire obliged : ? stare
' ?urh tact* oniv a* have become known to as .r. the course OJ
John Tvler is a native of Chnrie* City Cocrrry. Virrirtm.
m :: fittfe ? -. i f bind Gen; Harrison also born.]
H- r ? ? rd a '.:'?-'??. ed tcation at WiQias- and Mary I '-.'..- ge.
and studied the law. but not with a view to practice it. pre
?"? ?: g v.- '"a: ' i a r-laM-r. t<? **a:rb ? :?l
qxs . .: -? <, ,.t.t ???'ir* w\r-r. boh enraged in the dr>?xmrge of
.... Educated in the poHricaJ faith of Jeaerson
?vi Ma iison. b< engaged :r. pol lie a- a ??;:?:?? rter of the
. hiring the La.'* War with Great Britain, arid was
- : with a arge share fl ?confidence and'esteem. He
was elected G ?? era r of Virginia, Ef we mistake r..?t. in 124.
Mr Wer, in with most of the old Virginia D*
oa ?rat -.. supported Mr. Crawford tor President in 18:24. x-.d
in :i.e riext contest espoused the side of Gea- Jackson in
prefer 00 to J; <fc Adams. In l?-27-e. h- efcete ! t ?
tin United States Senate over and in place of the eelrSrared
.' R mdo bj a "?? te in the Legislature ??! 115 to Ho.
.. v i was me i f the roost ex< it<-d that Virginia had
I- ? ,-an.ii !????-wr--iipyx rt.'dStare
Risbts Ret ibficans of the Jcffersoman so that the
1 ? \ r?-rso:.ai consideration*,
j. .... Senate, Gov. Trier ca*e for five years a decided
:? ri,i.-r:: support CO tier:. .faci.;..ei"s Admirri*:ra
||.. voted !!.- ?-harter of rhe iate L'riredSlates
j.. k. ai i - ista rsed the V.-?.. of Gen. Jacksooupssn that in
? .? Hm w ?:??;> riie President removed ?f..? Deposit]
h n ' into sundry State Banks. Mr. Tyiexi in common
? with m.anv others of his school of politics, condemned the
act an*arrayed himself in pprwition t" its author. T.\ .
! he continued, and remained in the Senate u.-.til 1835, when
? was instructed bj a vote of the Virginia L'-r-.-lature to
supportand vow for ti.? Expunging. Rosoiution moved by
<"??.. 'I t. ? rr.ir.date m- it-riare.i trial .?;?? e,.-;id r.o;
. .. x. eTitionsly obey, and, recognizing the validity and force
c ? .?;;,.??:??? instru tions, be resigned i.i- i.~ the Senate,
and retired to private life.
1. 1838 be was elected witbont exposition t ? the H rase of
p..;..^-,;.... n-d wa- supported for U. S. Senator by the \\ h:^s
on ?c\.-ra! ballots; but they nrvl not a mnjori'y in the Leg-is
tatnrc, ar.d no choice was effectedi Mr. Tyler declined to
vote tot Mr. Rives,: entirely, we believe,.on account of Mr.
It.'- participation in the Expunging pi cess. Mr. T. declined
\ r- ??!??? t o:; 1? 1 Meente.
In December, 1839, Mr. Tyler nu Deleo-atc from the
:. ??: Virginia to me Harrisburg >'&u...-jai Convention.
[ and chosen a Vice President of that b'?ly. He* was an ar
I dent efScicnt advocate of the Domination of Mr. Clay
for President When a mnjoritj the Convention ultimately
?le.-id.Hi to uike up Gen. Harrison, much dissatisfaction was
evim cd by a !>.ir:ion of the friends of Mr. Clay, who believed
that no other man could unite the Whig party and rail out its
strength. The Southern delegates were especially fearful
. that tiiuir constituents would not heartily respond to the
! choice of the Convention. In this critical juncture, the
friends of Gen. Harrison pressed Mr. Tyler to accept the
rKnnination for Vice President, notwithstanding the delicacy
ot position, as a rtn ar;-. "t ensunnr accord and hart:.
Mr. Tvler. on hearing that hi* acquiescence was generally
des med essential, declared himself th.nan: of the Whig
< si-.se; whereupon on the first ballot the unanimous vol.; in
Committee of every s>tate was cast in his favor. Virginia
alone withholding her vote from respect to her honored son.
' The nomination ?a> immediately communicated to the C". tj
vention, and ratified with an enthusiasm which in many in
stanccs f.cmd vent in tears. Prom that moment, all fears of
I diaatTccrlon or division in the Whig ranks were cast to the
Mr. Tvler's opinion' with respect to a National Bank. Pro?
tective TarrT. art.i Distribution of the Proceeds of th'? Public
Land?, are now of great importance. We ?ha!! doubtless
learn them at the opening of the Extra Session, lir.rin^ the
!ri?t canvass he was catechised ..n several subjects, especially
? that of Protection, by a Van Buren Committee of a neighs
i boring County, and answered with great clearness ami force.
' We have looked every whets- for his letter tills wee'., t- it in
? vain. We recollect, however, that on the subject of a TaritT,
! he took the ground that it is constitutional and proper to raise
such an amount of Revenue as is necessary for the legitimate
purposes of the Government by duties graduated so as to
afford the greatest pract cable amount of aid and protection
to our great Producing Interests against the injurious legisla?
tion and disadvantageous rivalry of foreign nations. We do
not see wtiv this should not be satisfactory io the friends of
moderate and judicious Protection.
We believe that Mr. Tylers views are adverse to any Na
1 tionnl Hank except of limited and ?trictly guarded powers :
but at acting President he will feel b'.und to consider and
respect the wishes of the People. He will not. we ar-- con
? fident, interpose his Veto to arrest the action of the Repre?
sentative hodx except tor urgent at.d weighty constitutional
reasons. Such are our opinions.
Mr. Tyler has given evidences of inflexibility and upright?
ness of character asid s from the dusty pathway of party
politics. Whcnin 1833, the Fore- Bill was enacted to crush
bv the sword, if nee i should be, the spirit of Nullification in
South Carolina, Gov. Tyler cast a solitary vote in the Sen tte
against it. He was friendly to the Administration winch urigi
nated that measure and to the object it aimed at?for though
a State Rights man he was never a Nullifier?but be ah:. >:
red a r-sort to force by the Federal Government against a
. State, except in the last neccssitv, und gave h:s vote ac- '
In peison. Mr. Tyler is a plain, unpretending, anablc citi- !
' zen. of some fifty-five year- of age. No man meeting him as
a stranger and traveling with hi in for days, would gather
1 from ids language or manner that h? had filled the most im?
portant stations in the country. His bearing that of a
modest; intelligent, sensible farmer?nothing more. But be '
is a man of marked prudence, much sagacity, long experi- .
encc in public urTairs and tried, inflexible integrity. His I
opinions and views cannot of course suit all wishes; but- of j
his honesty and patriotism no man can entertain a doubt.
Ir.:?n McstC.?Two Irishmen, traveling through s wood, j
by chan. e found a run. which wu- loaded, when one ad- j
dressed the other with,
?* Larry, what's that I "
'? Wishal the divil a whit do I know what i: is; but it's
for oil the world like Tarn Sullivan's kay bugle."
" Arrtih. then, we 11 have a small b:t o' a tune, if v..u'li ',
| blow in the muzzle, and I '1! play w ith the key 1 "
, " Faith, I w iil so, and that nately, too."
And he put his mouth to the muzzle of the gun. whiie the
' other pulled the trigger. The gun went off, und he Jell.
i w iiea the other, letting the g*.m fail, exclaimed?
; " Arrah ! Larry, my honey?give over your skamin*?for
faith; hasn't the music enchanted you!"
Liczn.?Dr. Owen, whs was appointed by Government to i
explore the Mineral lands of low a and Wisconsin Territo
! l ies. states that they produce now nearly as much lead as the i
whole of Europe, with the exception of Great Britain: and
are capable of yielding as much as all Europe. Great Britain
. No less than ?.f>00 pigs of Missouri lead were ritinj-v. to ,
Ck:::a iast year to bv' used its lining f.,i tea-chests.
Kr rr.EsciiMEST asd Hxfobm.?We rir.d the foil wing
gratifying paragraph in the Wh:g. printed on Staten Lsland:
?? We understand that the Commissioners of Health have
paid over to the Comptroller of the Stare the sum of f-g".
IS?being the surplus over arid above all expenses of the
establishments placed by the :ulmiais;rat:ot: m theii charge, !
during tiie rirst year of their labors. This speaks volumes in
favor of the Whig doctrine of economy, retrenchment, and [
Wokuli Pckscits.?The wishes an.; aspirations of oui
youth, are like cohznms of smoke, which, at rirst rise up 1
toward the eloud*. and then sink aad sail along parallel to
the earth. ? ^ X-XJiirrar.
'Woman?A mother, she cherishes an i corrects us; a
sister, she consults and counsels us ; a sweetheart, she cat^ ;
tivates and conquers us ; a wife she comforts and ciMi?des ja |
us; without her what would in-come of us *"
Enxxdatios eti Bs.cagX.or.?A mother, she scold? and '
spanks iss: a sister, she tells of aad pinches us ; a sweet?
heart, *he coquets and jilts us: a wife, she fitrwns, p.i;;a.
frets, cries, and torments us; without her. what would then
be to trouble us? . Buaatell^heaa.
Manufacture* ^ M^^-,s^:i.-ln ^ M Bav State,
fc^^noAv Machines. 311 Cotton
" U--'"^^.;ri.s. 9 . Rape, M;:u. u c., ,
t actono. lb Iron \\ orks, aad 4 Glas, Factories.
Funeral Sol?ifflities of the Late President Harrison.
The detailed accounts w h been berwfora e?S
. shed ? - >rma -ere?onials celebrated m this dt? oo
?Jv-r :a? last, '-.!??? coatained asane errors : we djerefona re
pub i?h"th? Pr gramme first arrr4i t;v: with inch altera
i -? u were afterwards made, thus gjviag ?e precise c.-ger
observed 03 cea*ioa.
OKDKR OF THE PROCESSION.
GENERAL RODERT BOOARl'l's-. Grand Marshal
C LSjisrcrj D J. ??,>.?. aa? Col Pi-t'rt VVetmore, Aids.
Mitita-v --c,.rt. ia the fcflowiag order:
Uitifor-ned Corps of Locht Infaatry. orjx.-izea icto a Bnrs.dc and*!
raasiai: of Brica.l:er <? =?rii ftiersted, ccc.i?t;=r
of tar^e Kshrunesta.
Fti't Kf.:b!'t nmiae die command rf W"3'l E'rer;. of the ?*.b
Renrr?i:t >-f Lirhl Infantry.
Sr.-?.?'o REitarr^t nader th? oommard of Colonel Mursibrd, of th*
353d of Infantry
Trees Rej'sssst ander the comraand of Major Turtle 6f the Battal?
ion of Washington Guard*
T?.- revision of Ar:;l.ia ?* foilowi-tf e-rder:
First Batc-rr. c^maad.^: by \vl Brie. Oca- If. C. Slates,
on-tstisc of tike
XXVtlt's Ri.twrs-t. command- i by C-i. ?VuLe.os Jvses.
IXta R* ..sr?:. - -~- '?? L. ? Jame? I? ?"uru*.
Ild RcstMcrr. cvia. by CoL This*. F. Fee.-.
S;ity. BricaDE, c >~. by Gen. George !'. >i trris, eonsutiag of tie
[Da Recwcxt, ccna. S? Ms;..r Joss W Avery. *
XXXTlIIth Reg hist, c-.'m. by Col Andre?- Warner.
Xlth Rfcimest. com. L v CoL Georre Santa.
XIIIth Recimcvt. com. by CoL Alex. 'liar. Jr.
F.r-: B*:~.-t il asx, com. ?y Rr:;:. General Stora*.
Ud Rr.-.tMttsT. com. bv Cel. Bloomer,
'.?t Rf..:kkvt. ca ay <.'-?!. J--an S:e-*?r-_
llsi. C-a. C?.5.l?.? W. Sivtir.-Rt-. romtaantUsg the D-.rwoa ?<
Artfflery and Starr.
Military ,.f the CitJ of Brooklya.
A Batra'-oe of Lijat l^fantn . jatrr ecus, of CoL Toliord.
Gtis'R- H.v.: to :-. Grand MarsbaL
Orrtct?r:>~ Cj i?v??? aad i i'.ir>n or the Day, :a a carriage
Ta? Rererend the I lerav.
Maj. i."a. Scott, com. the M -.a-.. District, and aid*.
C--2j. }? REWHaw. coat, the N;<?.' Station, aad Ate?.
Una I of M - ?
' D '.xtf.: c* 'J. s nfariaes, .aaod of If arris. I". S. A.
s- a Guard --f Hoao.-.
Bora? bv 5i."'--' of la? Vary of tk* I . S.. inr1 ??o hir? sirred 03
be*,re. tee Friirata Coaadtatioa, ander c3=-nacd ot Com. Ssads.
1 A DeUscbosa: of U. 6. A.-xy. under cos. of Capt. Diiaaink. L'. S. M- C-.
a/a Guard sfilonor.
Caparisoned, a.t- !-d hy V.'.iiiam f>. N ch:!a-. an aged Scrrsat of the
Th? foUo? persons a? I'm l Ri:?Ki J-in number, .. rrcaponding
?ith the number i f State., ia Carriages, ?
Gea M Leais. J--i;n W if ir 1-nSrook,
Maj W in Popham Petes K. Liuiaeston,
I Stephen Ulen l?aar !.:t?.-er.?,
I Aaron '"lark. John Ratfibone,
Coroelfus W. Lahres e, Ed?arc Taylor,
Walter I'.o?nc. Philip !lor.e.
Chancellor Ki it. George Griffen,
Rec'-rder Riker, Sylvanut Miilc-.
JobnTargee, John I Mor;v;.
Peter A Jay ? I>ffert Lerferu,
John VVyckoC : Jereaaiah.Johnson,
Daniel ^Vm-lup, ? Robert Kurmaa,
Peter rnaelt, 5 [Robert Itach.
.Mayor and Acting Mayor ofXew Vork.
Maror of I>rook!>a. and M.?rtis V?n Bcscn. F.x-Pr'jidcat of iht
I'cite i Sialrv. s:id Suite, in carnare,.
The Cjamon Council? of Xe? Yo-? snd Brooklyn, ataouraen, iu
the following orJer. vie :
The B-.ard of Aldermen, preceded hy their ~erp?an;-al-Arra..
beaded by t!i?ir President.
T"n? B-jard of Assistants, |re.:rd<sd bv their Ser:eec;-?!-A:3J..
n??j?? by tb-ir President
Thi I ifflcsr. of bolh lt.-*-d-.
The r,'3i?: C luncil of the City of Brooklyn, seeded ay their
Th-i OrBeeri of ths Common i'.-uo d of B-ooklva.
Hid DIV1SIOX?jok4tha.1 LmORT. Marsh?).
Go^era-v ?=d Lieut, Governor --f t.is <;sts of New Tork.
Una-!' of ri-partmrnt. of the Slate.
The *?'tat? oftha State.
House of \.sembl> of tne stale.
U>m'aers of the Senata ..nd of th? House of Representative^ of the I'. S.
Society of the Cincinnati Revoiu?onary Soldier*.
Ex-Msyors, Ft-Aldermen and Assistant? ofN. V. *nd Ilro-.'slja.
Heasls of Departments of the City ' ion-ament.
]Yin DIVISION?Wm. Ssstl, J hmsom, Marshal
Foreign Ministen aad Consuls.
Ex-Meraber? ofCongresi and oftht State L^gsslature.
The Jjd;o? --t'tn- I'. S.. State and City Courts.
Merahers of tiie Bar.
Via DIVISION?MaasHaxi J. B.i osi, Marshal
TV SheruToftha Citj and County of New York, ana kinder Sheriff
and llepaties. with their slave, of office.
T'dh Marshal of lh? I'uited State, and his Deputies.
Th? Register, County Cle*h and Coroner.
Police Magistrates and Diiirs'.. ?nn their staves.
Vita DIVISION?William WTostruxs, MarshaL
Militia 1 ?fficrrv i-fTduty.
Collector. NstjI < nT;c?r sa-i Surveyor of the p,,rt. and all other Civil
Dnlcsr, oftha I nited <nd Stale of New York.
\ li: i IU\ IS10N?FXEOEEJCK Teir*. Mar?haL
Fire Dcpartmeoi of the i"ity of New Yurk.
Vlllth DIVISION?Wbicht Hawk es, Mar-haL
The lirun-l l.o.i.-e oftha Stale of Neu York.
The Independent Order of u.ld Fell .ws.
IXth DIVISION?Jobs VV. Eomomm. Mar.hsL
Ths President, Trustees, Faculty and Student* of Columbia Cllefe.
Tne President, Faculty and student- oftha Lunerntv.
College of I'nv ?isiinv aid S^rreon?.
Medical Society, P.iv-,cians and Meiiic.il Students.
Tcae'sjer? an,i i'u;>ils uf the 'i-ammsr Schools of Columbia C^Usye
and of me Univcrsitv.
Xth DIVISION?Johs RioLc'r. MarshaL
Teachers and Pujols of the-overs! Public Schools, and other Semi?
naries oiT.eaminr. *
Xlth DIVISION?Gcoace VV. lltF..(s. Marshal.
A DiTi-or. of L'nilod States Sea:n?a. ar. i P.ipils ofU. a. Naval School,
iin-i?r command nfCapt J. T. Newton.
Xnth DI> ISION ? Mis-TH-iRNE TostrKIXS, Marshal
Tammany Society or Columbiau t .r.ler.
Tii^ Democratic W'hi; General Committee'
Tns Demw -aiie Republican Genera! < tommtttee.
The (Jereral Committee of Democratic Whii: Y--unr Men.
The Demoeralie Republican You a* .Men's General C, .mujif.ee.
Xllltri DIVISION.?GaRH'.i II. SiRihra. Marshal.
Central Demoeralie Republican Committee of the
Ttppseanoe tad other Harrison A?v.-ciatioa*.
Miami Club . Unionist's Aasociatien.
XlVth DIVISION.?Ge.v. L'.vdexhill, of Brooklyn, Marshal.
The C.vic pr-?-e.si?n from the City of Brooklyn.
The procession fn-m the village of.WiBiaaMbargh.
XVtn DIVI5K IN.?J mm D. J msisom, Marshal.
Tr.e. Si. Gr-ir;-'- Benevoieat Society;
The Su Andrea's l>n?v.-!ent Society.
German Benevolent Society. French Benevolent Society.
Italian Beneroscni Society.
The Society of the Friendly SoasofSt, P?tn?k.
The New Eagtand Society
The St. Nicholas' Society of the City'of New York.
XY It'i Dl\ IShlV.?A. D'AtezsC Mar-hal.
Tsi" Hi'.-mi m Benevolent Society.
Tho Sham rot k Benevolent Society.
The llsheraiaa Benevolent Burial Sociaty.
XVUtfa DIVJSIilN.-M.?. ? ... ? El ... Marshal.
American Institnta. | Mei hir.ics' Intt.tute.
Benevolent .satsoeiation -d'Ho-.k-Biaders.
XVHlth.Dn 1>!< iN.-J.nis A. MoaaELL, Marshal.
Leather Dressers' Society.
B- aert lent Socit IJ of Shipwrights an.I Caulkers.
Simla IS. ue:i. i I Society. | Gold and Silver Artizans.
XlXtn DIVISION.?S. J Nr- v riroao, Marshal.
The Butcncr? the City ofNew V-rk and Bro-.klya.
Cartm of the City of New York.
XXth Dl\ ISH i.V.?Giles M. Uilltfje,ManhaL
Society Library Assovulion.?American Lyceum.
Athenaeum Association.?Mercantile Library A?s?.oution.
.Ibh.'v. S-^ it . of Y". j:,; Men.?New York s.<iet\ of Letters.
XXI-t DIVISION.?FloeeNCE MaHOSCV, Marshal.
General Society of Mechanics and Tra.tesmcn. instituted in 17r5.
Reader, si the Apprentices' Library.
XXJId DIVTSIONe?WiLLUSt M. McAkOlC, Marshal.
Journeymen Tailors' United bViMVoient Society.
Journeymen Stone Cutters' Assnciation.
Trade.' Societv of JotWUeVUMU Sa;l-Maker?.
XXIIId DIVISION.?Jona D. \ ?% Recrkn. Marsha!.
United Stales Naval Lyceum.?American Aeadcm) of Fine An*.
National Academe of Desijc.? IpofloAasOCMtiOB.
J Chamber of Commerce. IV.ard m" Trade.
XXTVlh DIVISION?Georce \V. EmekeE, Grand Marshal
jWa/dca- of the Port a:,.I Harbour Master?.
Ship Masters and Mate? of Vessels in Port.
Paul Jone-' Paradmr Club.
XXVth DIVISION.?Rvrt, Pn.'str. Marshal
All Soeiet.es and A.-."-:*ti.-ns not above -num-ate-i in the order ic
which ihey -hall r?port themselves to the Grand MarshaL
XXYIth DIVISION.?HaR.msv Tefle. Marshal
Captains of the Watch and Watcau.ee
XXVTIth DIVISION.?J..i!> v. Mitchell axd Maeshal J. Bace.n
Citizens of other State?.
Citizens of Br-s.klyn.
C.;:rs.-.? -.f New York, arranged 'jy ward,.
Bv ord?r of ta-- Committee.
ELLvS L. SMITH. Chairman.
J ta A rvriERvvooD. S-cre-jrv.
A. BRISBANE. EDITOR,
rjlHE Frienss >.f Association and Social Prock.es? are informed
X that arnnrements have l^cn made for publishing the paper bear
;ac lh? ab-'ve title, and that tt will Is? i?su?d every Saturdav moraine,
commencing early m the m-.n"ii of Mar, from the'odScc No.30 Aza-?t
Published for the Propneion by H. ?reelev Si Co.
30 Aan-sAnet, New-York
TT Sei tors wu? strvc the canse of S-stial Progress by copying or no
uiir; tae Pn^ptxtu?. Tht^ who hav* aJrsvidy noticed it ?df please
Kau th a the ..s??r j goicg oa aad nNatkM Uie rvsiucugc s-f ar'te
April l(a-Ya*3 '
*>? I V* AT710$PH?BI< ?ODA VOCNTA1S.
, * * FoituXtd ^emktrZ, 1S3S.
i rpHL< article is t new apparatus for the preo*r?doa of Sodi \>?
1 It ass been osed tor more tn?u s.z year* put, ->y the ut
real ? tad P-o:-r:-to-. ?? itfa eatire -u-"-. and he, a!?e beeaem,. ? I
d-rin? t*-e eraiias of 1-OtVT. aad e. by ? aaoUr of o:n-? ?d ridoala
?, rariow pari) of tae Laited Suite?, u. whom it has l . :? rnrea
_e 'faction bsirthey hareexpco??!taeoaelrr?a,highlyfrau
fiedw uiuopetatwa. It has >**? ^?tted to the. carp , it ?
of -veral idenuac gentlemen, *bo aavs -nrea farorJU;e rsptaaxis in
. ^.'^rtieular de^tk? of the apparatus and manner of wing,
st* K~..-- -an J ?.-.-... .f Paa-mar;. V..I. x!. new -re. ?. .
? " Th- adiaatsc" of tie r ew.fsu? orer the old Bu-taod,
arZtte econoa? of ,t. appara:??. the origiaal coat lo Che purchase.
:nr ooc-quarter mat -
Its siawiseit? of contraction, be.nr -uca vast ^?J**?iaMr'
? -a?Se.:v'-=arc..:::, ..n.:er.;aad .:? ? = asurfenieat.
The trilling expense of rsater.al. for supplying it. togeiaci wiia
tar rcaii tOKHtal of labor r-q nr-d. aad its compact torn.
, The Proprietor, are aware of I .e perplex? rs sad ?
. :-- business caau ?: he triad- on fitable, owing to the rwgjaal ? o?
i -^apparatus, togs ::.<r with the trouble and expense of keeping it to
0^ev?therefore reeoeuaead the ,t!?.;.i.-v Ssatu eo*Mtoi? witi
' -coaoeace, seti-tied that a ins: will fully su-tsia in- favorable -pin
etpr?-d by rrati-r?--n whoare either uWeueally or pract*
' calh si quainted with its merits.
The BadeHsaed are acquaiated with Mr. ??as> sew method
. preparing Soda Water, and sa?e frequently drank from ?m ??????'3
! We sav-fall euL?deuce in the ability aad integrity ..!_ M-. swan IS
nthtt-n ..f this k-nd. ar.d bai- ..b-.-n-r la- >-ia W atrr prepare.,
bv bun as abeverare durinz ;h? ?arrr. season aa? N--n el aa excelfc at
ruahtr. aud in our opinion superior to thai made by the old process.
J > D. Hoir, M. D. F. F B*< ?rs, M. D.
Ekastcs ?. M?asu M. D. J..m?.U. R-.-si-1 ..M. D.
HrsST A. DC FeBKST, M. D.
A*eaesscr, FVaVsreej 1*.>.
I har^ before rmd- ase of the Md appararss, by wL.eh the F..un
?.am.? rfcv.-f j with Gas, fn a the Fattf. (Ja- Generator.
1 tae piwt suxnter. however. I used oae of your Fountains ?'.-.a ?-r%
rr-a: ^tt.faeti.'s. The nivaatafes ?eich I eoueeire ?-ur apparatus
h?? over the old Fountains, are?
Tn- saietj aad ease with which a coasuuit supply eaa at an ttrae,
, be ?'p: up.
Ta- low price, a. .on:;>ar-.! w.b the old on*, b. uujoals pout one
' sixth :ar pr:-e of ? Generator aad Fountain.
The esp-a,e of prep .ring the water for a*?. l^ir.r cr t more thin
one-fourth if muvh a.- the old pias. ??fc.> the laSor is rery tauen
1 t,.,.. o .-.a:^ -- an =?ta=.c of ihe difference of tabor require I. that
in on- dm. ? th -.a- Uber of only replenishing the reservoir, I drew
SOO classe- ,.f water. Th- same product -n the etd plan ??.a!d have
, requ.r.'.; at least the rhanvne "l" four fountains, ?hi.h is attende.!
j with mii-h lal'pr. loss of nnie. an.l lancer.
Ic io?cs a.iu ?:lla?-?. wh-re the demand ?? limited, ta* Atmospheric
, Foununn mu-t. ,".r tae-e r-a-sn.. t- snlitled to decided prefrreace.
Yours, ic Thomas S. Bctleb. Chemist aad l?rarri-r
I Columbus, Htn Pec.-rah-r. I5JS.
1 We ha?- ii"-d one nf Hr. *ms'. Atmotphtrie ??a\> Fewtoft.
aaio arc perfectly w..-fi-J with its c< astru. Uoa sa.l iperatioa. We
i?.,u;j eaeerfulfy r-e..mm-ad it to the ootie- of the public a? the
cheapest ua<i ra.sst coaveaient apparatus ? .th whi-a we ar- a-quaint
' cj. Ilovr fi May Physicians anJ Drufgishs.
Pk:^r-s (S. Y OetobeM, 183Z.
T..r ta.- !a,t two --a?nis. I have used your Jtmospktrit SoJo Fomt
'? toi? to my entire ?alisfacfoe. an.'. I thi=l. to the satisfaetioa ?f m>
r-.u.ner-". I isall d iitinu- to i-.' :t in preference ti ibeCaa Fountain,
I as I .-on,i i-r it equally as sdapteii to *.ae parp.-e for which it t>
mt-o.!eJ. oad far ai-.ie economical. Your- respectfully,
i Iistans.. X. Y. Xov. 30, IS36. W l: ?m ?r.vrr . Prar risL
In aa??er to your inquiries a? to ojr opinion of the Atmc>rkf\e
, <sjj Fessnlata pu-rb??.-.l of y-.u. having use.! it for th- j-a? seasoa,
we ti truly or tria: ?e .-. n?nler it the mo-: -laipi.-. eu-.v maaaged,
an.: :>?'. :,| paratu? "f the kind ru " . aj:. Res|^ if' Uv lours.
Syracuse, X. Y. X..?. 17 Ii-1 ?? tt. Fvu.ZR.
Tae F.'unis.a- sr? manufactured am* ? ut up foi Irensportttsso,
. enmpi-tc. asd rraiir for us-, with nee-?-jr> L. ! :i ins, ic, by the
Pn prietors Price, SOO.
L R. stt IS t WELLS, Rochester, X. V.
B .r.T ..;h-r i-'iira.-aials an.l all iiii'^rmuti..r last r.:..> be .le.ireo
, r'-i-i-tmc apcaratii- will b* furnished by -b> Pe prielor's c<?u
r.i aiea: for New-York. GEORGE D. COGGEsjllALX,
Ilrark'ist. 4J1 Pearl, rornt-r Rose->I.
' The r..un!a:r> aro a',., for -sie by F. I.tr-r. Xo. 7 I th-rty-st. up
lUirs) LawaCMCC, Kr.r-r. St Co. 131 Vtaid-a l.ajie. RostMsOK, \\ ,ar>
' ,v ? ... 14.1 Xaklea Lane. !:n n A in il l
Ftllls SOU ^ A. la IS,
j In the Count* .?/" St. litten ace. State of XeteYork,
(Otherwise NEW GERMANY.)
Where Ilealth, Prosperity anil Happiness are attaiaable on fur term?.
?) I iWin ICRESOF FOREST LlNP, in the township of Ma
mi-l ?' ?' ' tildaville or No. 10 in Great Tract XiCS,situated about
13 miles --uth-a-t from the Court-House in Canum, 10 ?ouih ..I th- vil
I lug- of Potsdam. :U from uavirfaiioii at Ogden-burgh. 11" north of
Eril I'nrX. 160 :,orth?e?t of Albany, and 3si from Xex-York. Also.
1 ? i h mars', (d 1'sriiis h :th c.m. 1 buildings, iu ?aid Coanty, as are rx-ea
1 iwnallv offered in exchange for said Forest Laud-, by m-u who know
tn.-ir so.?! quality, salue and ca[ial.iiiue-.
Thu Land has a warm, rich and productive soil; an ! is believed to
I lie eqiial t. that of an? other township in St Lawrence County, panic
j ularly f..r raisin* Wheat, f-.rn. Grass, Potatoes, Cattle, Sheep, ami ma
kir.i; Butter, Cheese sr.I souar.
Th- timker is of a large sad lofty rrowth. r.ot thi.k. an.i fttle under?
brush. Much of it is Sugar Maple. IV ech. Whit.. A?h. Basewood am!
Elm . with occasional groves of White Fine. Hemlock ?n.l O.lar.
A lane part of these Laads can be -aol ? and cheaply i leare !. fenced
. and prepared for a Wheat crop, and tn-r-aftrr easily au.I profitably
norli-.i. If tli- .-l-ancr eu^t, more the f-ncinr and' breaking up'
cost less than en th- pniri- lands of th- West; where many lands of
, equal quality and capability arc at a hirh-r price. On many scr-s th
toi.'.-r f..r Milis ?.K more than pay for ctearing. .Many ofta- set?
tlers ?h.i understand making P.!:u k Salt, for Pearl Ashes with economy
and -kill, find thai the timU-r. m.a?! anil a-h-s. will vo far toward.
j cl-aruij th-ir lan.L In many |i!aie- h-re, tin. or tlirre acres can be
? cleared as easily a.-..I cheaply, as oue sere, ?h?r- the timtn-r ??? very
h-ai y sail thick, and ihe clearing bad. The roots of the trees find theur
vrjv .!..? a into the ground, thai you rau lurn a furrow close to the
The Racket River nows through ibis township affording numerous
aa'.-r pnv:|-j? for Mills aad Manuf ictories. At the High Fall- of Ma?
tilda ville, -a h-r- tli- It n-r falls 14" feel in runaiuir half a in|l-.) th-re
is a powerfil Saw-.Mill. ?muH iiri-t-Mill. Shiagla Machine, Forge wr
niakinr liar Iron, Bbu k-mitii shop. Trip-hammer shop, Pdsi t'tT..e.
S' liool-lioaseJ>rsdge a. n.-s the River, and about twenty dwelhag-bxrtises.
At the Three Falb near the centre of the township whereanea i il?
ia*- and imiiroi-iu. r'i on -..v-r I lot- arc <-om;n-a. inir. there a p...?J
new Saw-Mill and Bridge. fi???d roads lead into il;>- re * selllenvenls.
An important road from Potsdam throngh tin- township, thence south
GS miles through ihe forestaad State Lands, to the rr.-at settsemeais
' north of th- Erie '.'anal, has been projected, and is likely to be opened
! ia two or three year*. Th- Mohawk and Sl Lawrence Rad road and
Nsi igation Company have commenced th- ?urr-i of a . ommuaication
I from th- Erie Canal t? the St. Lawrets .- Ruer. which is to p.is? ihrou^h
It is regarded si a r..-! Mineral region, particularly for Irou. ?eserai
beds of ?hieb hive been discorered :n the vicinity.
"Come '.neht Improvement! on the ear of Tim-.
And rule tne Motions world from clime to -lime ;
Thy handmaid Arii shall every wiW explore,
Trace every ?aie. and i-ulturi: every shore."
i Th- township is bounded or the North by Parisbville. which, contains I
about M.'ssi inhabitants \ on th>- W-^t by Pierrepoot, i Detaining LOoo
' nnd the t.n?iisbq. of Potsdam, -iv iiid-s adrth, contains ,'..'s-o. 'I'?,
I ..(?-niii? of these lands for aale o.T-r? la ?-ttb-r? an opportunity t"..r
tsiniii!: Farm-on easy terms; the location aad quality of which sr? |
[ particuuviy advantageous.
? St. Lawrence is one of the lar-e,t Counties in the State, ami contains
j over fifty- thousand inhabitants. This township is near its centre Tti-r
is a watsu* cornmunicaiioo to the city of New-York from ihe Coanty:
ar.d f. ur lin-s of Stare Coaches run through iL
See tn- map of this County in Stone at Clark's, or Burr'-Slate Atlas, j
j and the printed description at ihe bottom of ii tube found ia messt .d\
! the County Clerk, and Land Offices in the Stale, and notice on it Iowa
' ship Xo. 10 in lireat Tract Xo. i
The climate of this County ia h?a!thful and salubrious, and mie-h
ke ? ,t ..t Germany, Th- good wall r, pure air. productions, fortiia
Uon and far- ..f th- country, are also much like thi?sc of Germany._
When tie ? fai t, ar- *uo?.-, to arm ullural -uiierants from Eugland.
the North of Europe and the Northern Su:>--, and f-!t in all th.-ir :m
aorta k ?'. the i h-ap and productive laa.U here will have almost irr?.
tible attractions for them. The country and-Innate have given good
health and tirm eonstilulions to millions; proved their capabflilies,
power and vain- by great r^hicveaienli in all the arts of CivUization,
and .--lalilish.-d a bounde s? and . uduriu?' fan:-: I
Here the emigrant and settler .an have the combined privileges of
G-na<iay and Ameru.i. By applying the -ame industry; \ J?ir. skdi j
and means h-r- thai ar- applied til-re, the ?auie successful agricultural
results may ia tun- be attune.!. j
" Let oth-r, fi-x'i f..r other I-and-, j
Beneath a burning Sun."
Th- aUve Lands have been surveyed into Sectio01 of <>ne mile square
?and will le: sold in whole, Baif. quarier. or eiehtu of sections 10 -u.l
_ Th- price of these land,, for ose rear from -hte. will vary from $-J to
fA, according to quality and location. The average price of (arming
tad win probably be about ta Pine, Cedar, aad Mineral Land- will
!selucU-r. Mill Privileges will be sold uncommonly low. A, soon :?
the purchaser has paid one dollar per acr-. and ?cured the balance
with interest, pay-aMe m uYree or four equal annual payments, he 'an
have m indispuijdsle Warrant] l>re,i f?r his laud.
M-5-r-. Silar *\'iit, Wm. Manning, Rus?II C Miles Chester Olms ted
C b El is :. Ezekiel Preach, Nathan Knapp. L C. Draper, James S.
Ellis, and others, at and near Matfldaville, have examin-d. purchared
and are snsxeaafully u?ing the land.- aad privileges there. Eisquire of
Apply to S,;a.s Bannister, Surveyor, Potsdam Viilacc. who -pends
mu. not his time on the tract and will ?huw tne Lands; A. 11. Jam?
Ogdeasbnrgb. .t the undersigned at tn- -am- place.
OgttenMntrgh, Worth l.le-U. C RIPLEY.
IAiNKS HAIR TONIC^-We have heretofore numbered ourselves
?r smoo^lbosewho ls-iie,e that the Haar Tome sold by Dr.Jayne
wa, oae of the many quack no?lru:n? whose virtues arc never ?.-a be
yo I the fulsome puffs of their ruilljors. W-ar -? illine.atlencth. to
make public a.-kuo? Wrsm-iit of the error of our treliefj An intiaHUC
tri-nd. s..iu- two or three months since, whose cranium ?a, ru bald as
ipi-c-ut poBsbed marble, mauere all our jesting and ridicule of the
ideaot snempting to cultivate so barren a spot, purchased a bottle or
two ai the Hair Tom.- from Dr. Jayae, and. according lo his direetieas
UpVbeo it- Purins the .ame week the same friend ushered him-lf
".r ptjnwaee, and uncovering his hitherto naked head, aston?bed
us vnih a ihm though lazunanl growth of hair, from on- lo four m-he?
."iic-.h?ipwn ta- w.-y pr-r.us-? ?e ha.1 le-liev-,1 a, unneldinr to
cultivation as the trackless ?and that ?kin? the Atlantic This is no
puff, but i. rebgiousiy true, and to thov- who doubt, the rr-iitleman -an
be pointedOUL What is more in favor of this Tonic, the case h-re
citrd wa, not one of temporary baldness?no -udden lose of the hair ?
but was one of yean--tandiag. thourh the rentleman is but SJ ,-ar.
Of age. Philadelphia Spirit of tiie Time?, <>t. M\
Prepared only by Dr. Jayae, Xo. 29 South Third-street. Phitadelphia.
Pn-e JL *
Sold -a New-York by AMD. SANDS. Druggisu No. 73 and loO
Fulun-st.: in Urvoklya by Mas. BOOTH E. Xo. SVulton-et rail
HUR |j/Mi'.-i': J r.- ? Hai> (c ?>-. not ?Tri), t*atited
great i::?-n::..r.. sat been ev.ea.ive|v ?v?: ia Pailvie!t,fcJK ^
1 bete and througbocl tac Union rurally. We -i?ft mat -a- of is.
. r-aJaafiaa-* L...;..r, aa^e a--d I -?>1 , ?, " " : ? ^?7
' .ik ,.. ??.-?:?. It h.AU a hub aa-I ??" '-??"ve a desefT.Ji.jp?>;
tat.oe.-herr.-r .: i-'s l LU' MM- r,
ao.iIWKaiU.a-M. -V >-'? !'? 1^
V'arvcrtM Mr. Mia?. maav o.'.>ur La-t^ri nave uaesl tau ?-Ju-?j
' Hah T< ais, aad uVt*tfc? kau? tatty when they aaatawj a u>
the put.:*- t,..tice. .-t.1 w ?a> that ao gent*. - tor lady the
? thou it. andif v?ur bail ha lain, harsh aad aaJMltfcy, or u fsllm|
1 off you =?.- tmtwapply the Hair Tonic, aad it ? agam restored to
hejlVi ind b-iutv. If v..u ire-, ^fortunate as t<. naves ?ael lead, a
1 few raooiha ate ?f this valuable TcasAe witt, without doubt, rewora to
' vou that valuable covering? the Hair
' \1- \iadcr"- .Philadelphia, WeeJtly Me?e-r...
Sold in New-Y ark bv v B. 4 1? SANDS, l?rur;.?t>. 79 aad 10 P-J,
' on-,:. New-Yce*. July* ISIO. _j+It
rpo P\,;y\TS.-PK. JaYNF> CARMLVATWB BALSAX,
... . . v,.,.,j bv imprudence or error in diet It ha. effected urr?
la tri- ?om cat? ofthe-- complaints, even where boj?- had sia-tSed.
1 ?a U? he?'. tile tea.!' r infant from ia early gra?-. , . ; -a ? .;3 .Js?
i Janctuce. ? it ha- ?aved my child.' Tar pr.?priri?r ol ta.? cirv^je
le?vc, to state it is something which he has used extensiver) ?
private practice for a numi--.- of years and befeves ii ha. -..?r , aasv
Kr of iive. by its umety u-c. Every person ?jic;-d with ?
i taints it invited to try one bottle of it which b warranted to give re
' i.-f Past] hlets eontasniat foil dusectksasnnd rsfitiScates of <ur.-. %?_
i eompanv each Itottie. F-r ?aie at ?iWssJ- aad reta ? \ HAS.
SODS" I'rMi:-;-. f.? and 1<>J Kultou-t New.|...?. a;. | .. kj j.
retail i:ie-l Urji-r.-t-tarv.ujhout the city and ronotrv geteraily,
; Price, cents. ?'.?'?y
IihiK Ol V \.<*>r>. ??i 1' -C'naatrue.irr. ?Vota ;v ie.TZ
^ The proprietor of the genuine' ROW \m? rOMC Hhvii re,.
? for the care of FEVER AND V.I i:. him*eJJ again . ?lapebed
I to give notice :?? Merchanu v-tsiting thia city for the purpoae ofaqppty.
I ios then felves ? ith tat? irticl?. that tue CiMUterfetten have r.*a ,a.
I deavbrini to till this uiark-t with their vile tra.lt. by c*. b^guc it for
! miv et.-.er art:, fes the* coo Id obtain in return, and taa- enlut UM Pru?.
' cists in their - r.ice;" ?.hilst others again has.- ..-..rued tae.r (.r.-pMu.
?...?ns with disdain.
i It would bewett, however, t.. make er. pa:r> Is for- pure?aslBg aa.) ?(
i the ?rtide tann >i be easB} traced to the Propnetoe or hi*, \gn.i.
: it stet, for voumaj te assured of bs-ingduped.
Vou mav be -are of the genuine bv a:<| vine to t te only \\ a.-lssaj,
I \centuiN.wA.rk. J.i?. KAY. atme l>r?i Store fio. ItW Broadway,
, . er ofA.hn-t. opposite the Franklin House. J.O.I iY is. ibo v.-eiit
: f.,r"'Iii.\\ INITS \! I'.1 KA rrVE.' or, ''Compound Spirituous I vtract
I of SarsapariUa.' for chronic diseasef. -r cstsatplaAnts of Jong -: ?.-.diag.
; RESURRECTIOS or PERSIAN. PILE*.?These PCIs, bavsj
become celebrated as being the most extraordinary meciieine sow ,a
! use For sale i.v J.n. FAY, Agent, New-York, at Nos 79 and I ? Ft*.
i .--l Price 62j and 3U cents per box?two sizes. t_'-ly?
??%.???? HARVWABK STORE,
??. PEARL-S [*KEE I'.
?? as11f: Snbecriber informs bis customers and city an; country M?r
1 chants renerall; thai he has removed from I- Ce.lar-sL tjil
? Pearl, between Platt aud Joitn-ts. a..a is bo? re. eiving his Spring -up
p v of Hardware, Cutlery ate! Ka..ey los.l-. consisting of?
1 Table Knives and Forks I Slates and Pencils
Razor? ?.(superi r .juai.ty
Scissors and Shears
I Tea and I'vl'i- Spoons
Locks of all kin.Ls
j Norfoik Lati.:. -
I Butcher's Files and Tools
i'a,: and1 Wrought Butts
Auger- a;..i A Iger Kit
. r ia* .v i. . l'Is. a... ?.?SI
.-erta.n and spessdy .-u.-e for .'.ivrrao-a. d>seateij . er.olsra aiorKav,
? r omplainu with c ..Liren, and ail detawgemeuu orthe 't- oueh
Hru-ii.-s of v iriouj kia.i
Fancy Art* i's
Buttons and i' imbs
Hemmnis Son - Needles
Itrs.ls and l a. k
Shot sis and S, >d< ?
!!.?-. aad Forks
Nails, a .*.
The above, with naany ether articles, making a tir.t rate ae- rtmeal
? riav- been bought at auction and from manufacturer*, si ?er? i lueao
prices, and will be sold very low for cash. Merchanu visiting lh? ity
are invited to call and . iamine tins stock l-Mor.- purchasing Hh?wberts
W M. II LIVINGSTON,
nrjii?YAClw .M7 Pearl st between Platt aud J..: r.
BV Order of John Crane, a Supreme Court Commissioner of Chau
Utuque County, notice is hereby given pursuant to the protiMon*
of the statute authorizing attachments against absconding, cooci ded
and non-resident debtors, thai an altachment ha. issued ag linst tue es?
tate of Benjamin Stevens and Lymau lireen. a. non-residem debtors,
and that the same will be sold for the payment of their <tet.ts. unless
thev appear and d:s barge su.a Bttachmenl a.-. ..rdiug to law w.ihm
tuu"? months from the t:r-t publication of this notice, and tuai the p,y
ments of any .;. b> due to m.-iu. by residents of this .?state, and the de
liv.-rv to diem or for their u*< ol any property within the State btJoag.
nig ii. wen; and the transfer of any suen property by them are for?
bidden bv law and void.?Dated the -Tta day*of January, IS4I.
Ml I.I KIT A Cl CLER,
Feb. 6.?9m. Attorneya for attaching Creditors,
A YOUNG LAD1 who has received a thorough Education in one of
th- beat Seminaries of this State ?ish-s i situation as Public or Private
T? icher oCFem lies?the latter preferred. She i ell give instruetloa ia
?11 English branches an.: in the French Language, tot farth-r partic?
ular, address the Editor of tnr New-Yorker, No. rM Aau-tt New-York
MUSIC?Mr, Goir, a.?i-ted by correct and |h>pular Profeworiof
Music, will giv- m-trii. tions on the Piano Forte, \ iotin, Flute,and
Accoordian on Tuesday, Tnursdav, aad Saturday eveniugi of every
week, from 4 to9 o'clock; and to classes in Vocal music on Monday*
Wednesday, and Friday of each week, from 7 to 9 o'clock, P M i.lses
and the most fashionable popular music will be i.night at hi- Mu?ic
K.?>in- v.. 9 and 10, at No it Chamber street, opposite the Post Of?
fice. N. Y. Ter n- and Other parti, ulars given al the Rooms. Mum'al
luslrumeou furnished at fai- pri. A> a re-p. . table Singing Clav? u
now forming, further and immediate application is rospectfull} dr-irsd
at the K.h.ins from :, to'.' o'clock, P. M.. old a. h .lay March 517.
MKDi.HOODs M li:.\( i: OF N I'.vi B K Its*.
Containing Ratet for tkt Application of the Aliud in acquiring Aaee
,'r./i'< ? .1 Complete ^tjeUm <>f .IritAra/lir. enbrur\n^ mir e.nd
impirrl.inf lluui und tlzplonatiolU?a Cuinptile Vytlrm of Hovk
Ktepini? (.y Doublt /.'airy prefaced fr? (jurstomi 4>ul .insL-ert ti
Ivsu aixt'! it? importance?Alto, on Introduction to dltftbra, tttf
Jirient to j/irr tAr pn/ti u ?in.nelr.i^e of >im/o' Equation OtKgntd
greatly la facilitate tht ueum-'menl of Malhcmatiecl Knvxltdgt
? liu Wst. R Weocwooo, J. Af.
ris||i; :l,-w revised ami correi ted edition of iius valuable school-book
1 is u..is read) for tale uy the Publishers at th.-ir bookstore. 'iS
Broadway, New-York city. The fir?t edition of ihi- work riiriied
many Well-merited testimonials of public approbation, uluong wasch
ur? the following i
C. II. Anthoxv, Principal of Troy Academy, says: ?? I hav. rtmn
mod Wedgwood's Sciem.f Numbers, and the opinion I hau fo.-uied
of the work is a favorable one. Tne system ol Book-keeping is con
cise but excellent lam much pleased with Mr. t\'.. method of ex?
plaining many of the rub - of Arithmetic. 1 He has made maav crooked
The Pougbkeepsie Journal savi I ?? We have never ?een a a. rk ?Dich
... readily met oar approbation."
Mr. lt\K>r... Prin. ipal of the Teacher's Seminary at Schuylerviue,
says,: - It is de? kledly ine best work 1 have seen, and 1 ?ball introduce
it nun tu* school imiqgdiately.*'
Zion's VVati hman -a>" We have examined this volume inA. i?a*ly
to be satisfied that for Common Schools: it is the best v.-,. we as re
J..-'. It. LvMAsr, Principt I ??( the Torringford A. ademy, >m > ? -The
dl f nilions ,nd rules of Ant imetic are concise und ezplii it, ,unl t.ie ex
pktjiaiions ??( the sqaare ami u!.e r.e,t appear to me peculiarly plain
an.i satisfactory.''1 ?
\-i D. Smith, lau Print ipal of Limerit a Academy, ?ayi: I in u
clined to think the work superior in some respects to most >>th-r wi.rks
of tin. kind. The points to which I chiefly refer are it- preliminary
suggestion* respecting the applitalion of the mind in acquiring know
leslre?the brevity ind cJearnesi taT its rules ami eaplanationa?ittcoaV
preneneivenesi?and it- freedomfrom redundant matter."
Tbu following is from nine of t..>. Teachers in Pubtie Schools, la New?
York ? ity, -omo of whom hav. been engaged ia teaching in the . Ity for
more tnnn twe?tv years with universal approbation
?*W< ban . v...,...,t.l Wedgwood's Science of Numbers, which i? a
comprehensive work embracing a complete e.,urse of Arithmetic, a
? our-e of rlook-keeping !>> double entry. and the elements ol Algebra.
It 1- prefaced by tome very pertinent observations on the fa< ult.e? <<f
t.'i-niii.d ei.iplov e.l in the a. <|Ui?itioii of know len'^e. From a < ursory
review of the arithnsetii al department we observe the whole gaatly
arranged, and tundr) <>f tne rules new and happily illustrated. The
Book-k-ejiing portion, though brief, is nevertheless complete. The Al?
gebraic portion form- an excellent summing up of the whole, lendiaj
to generalize the knowledge acquired in the previous pa/is of tn<- w.,rk.
W. Bctoesr, J. PvTrr.asoK,
C. S. CoNKtIM, <?r.o. Evass,
AEM. R. Van NegCL, I?. PaTTI s>os,
H. W. DcmsHCE, M. H. Smith,
WttttAM B^i.r.Ks. Jr "
The Ponghkeepsie T-iegraph. ?a>,. -The ?ork will ia ouropuvioa
speedily become a popular !<.ej?. not only in our primary sec.eil? hat
those of a higher order.''
The following i- from GeoacE W. Leach, M. I>. ex-resideni Pnyti
t ian of th* New-York Hospital i ?? From a curtory examinatioa of
Wedgwood'i Science of Numbers, I tm iii.jst?e i to go - it i hira rank,
a- h sehool t-N,^. if j 4In ?(jt greatly niistakcn, it will lead to a better
understanding of Arithnsetii by beginners and even bv advanced .?'?
d. nt- than any w,.rk of the -nine cotnp.ua that Im, vet appeared. The
rules for top]) ing ami invigorating the powers of the mind are brought
down to the p,,a.r of the yoatbfnl faculties, We therefore canaof
recommend the w..rk t.s, stroogl) to the atteuti .u of those who ?ahu?
study Arithmetic as it ought to be studied.''
Tne following is fr.-m Petes Claxkb, Esq. hie Pr--i of the
Washington College,Md. ?I have given >.,?r Arithm.ni.- ? nnvory
examination, and a:n satisfied that in its general plan andj'arraagerssrt
it i- letter i alt u la ted t.? facilitate the propre-, of th.- b.arat r ia that
important -. >en. <? than any other within my knowledge. I hare no
?lonl.t it will obtain, as it merits, an sxteusite iiitr.elatlion mu< our
AM ordert f..r uV work w.ll be immediately fllie.1 if sent to u> at our
IV? !i-t..r. . Broadway, New-York, or to IL GREELEY A Co. Ns.
30 Ano-ft. where th.-y are for ?ale. price per dozen.
LINNEN A. FKNNF.I.L. Pthli.hers.
I'e.. i j-Yac. _ 839 Broadway,Itf.
'THE Poi.iTH it.y-n kk?;isti:k.
A new, enlarged, and m<-t I omprehensive edition of this well kcowa
work has just been published. It is nearlv twit C as large as tnat jail
issued, nr. 1 rilled iilmn?t entirely with new matt -r. It contains the full
Official Vote for President in IslO of every State in the Union ?? tisas
ttcs. with the votes in parallel e,,!u;.,n- of the same State and Couaues
in the Presidential contest ..f )-:;?;. and at the mos I im|strtant isierme
diate Election*. To these are added table? shewing the votes of nxsrt
of the States by Counties in other and prior important Elections la
the State? where Flections are \et to be held for Meia!,.-^ of lh?
.VX\ lllh Congress, the vote i* given ?n. ?? \>y I \m;resixu-uxl Iiu'.rxeU.
The aggregate vote> by Slate, in l-'VJand 1840 are also ?-? ?en, ?Ith
tables of the Electoral Vote- ea.t ai all the Elections since 17-7 : votes
of New-York f..r Governor at ail Qectioos sir..-.- \7>l. List of Gossr
norj of the teveral States or 1S41, dee. ttc In short, every effort bal
been mat'.e to render this tne most comprehensive and accurate compi?
lation of Election Statistics, Jke. ever published.
'The Politicians: Register' *il| be neally rol up and en.-loved is ?
haodscaie cover. Pr.ce. z5 cent, a single cor-7. 51 for five. $-J per dozes,
or $15 perhss tied. Order? by .\Ia\l vtnerwise ?dl be promptly ?1
tendesltob.- II. liKEELEY, 30 Asa-?t