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PORT OF NEW-YORK. APRIL 86, 1841
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Lsrarpoal. April 7 i Havre, indirect. April I .V. Qrle.m-. AprJ I.'..
Ship Siddoas, Cobb, Liverpool.
Rsnpi'? Rapid. Ward. Havana; Ve|a*co. Ouonte, do; O-prry. (?ay
lorri. Middlctown. Conn.
Bn"? Lafcyelte, Atwood, Me . An?. Fosrlpr,Georcetowa, SC; New
j.? y, Brawn, Darien, <??; Ann Eliza. Miner, Mobile: Emilr, <iulm.
Scbra Trilon, Renm-tt, NOrlean?; Regulus, Masion, Wilmington, N
C. Forester, Lowrj . du; Southerner. Coneklin, Newbern, N C; Cairo.
M'-iiu?. Partlaad, Me; Sophia. Wairhira. Petersburg, Va: (' (' Zabriv
lue, Wdbt-, Richmond, ? a; To?baton, ?':k. do; Jole, Norwood, Me
runsc, M>; Eh/a Maria. Tompkins, Washington, !>'.'; Mail, Lorin?,
Stearurr threat Western, Hn*kiii>. Bri-toi 1." days.
Barque Pauli, Raiageard, Antwerp 15 days, merchandize to 1 De
PALERMO, March 10?Ship Rome. Marshall, fir New-York 29th
March: barques Sagamore, Mwore, for do 24th: Chancellor, and Mar*
cell?, to load foe do; brigs Paul Jom-. Chapman, do 24th; Sm few
pio, '.Sic for do 19th; Empire, Kellv, for do. .March 17,ship Henry,
Thompson, for New York.
MESSINA, March IT?Ship Courier. Duegin. for NVork, Ids: Ame?
lia, Sic fordoMg. Sfd, previous to the 2d. brig V'olta, Higgine, N
York, leih. Sh:p? Hewe, Henry Kneehnd, nml Hellespont, -oun ex
p.seted to load for NVork.
NAPLES, Marrh 10?Sicilian brig Victoria, for NYork. Id*.
RIO GRANDE, Feb. 18?Brig Kentucky, HiUert, NVork *ia Rio
NATANZAS, April IS?Ship Grand Turk, Nichols, forNYork, Mg.
XT Hrc Dr. F. Felix Goiiraud's AdK rli.rnirnl of
h:? Pow.lrr. 8ublite, for upr.-'tinc h nr. on tile outside. To be knil
ool> at (17 Walk) r-*t. on- door fro in Broadway.
Familie? who study cleanliness, economy and c.nfort. ar. re- ?
eoinm-iidri to call at "I Gold-.trust and exaniiAc Wills'* PaTENI
PbEMTOM l?i.r>>TCAD>, fcj which the silver medal ?... awarded at the
F ur of the American Institute iu The-- Bedsteads utterly pre?
clude the possibility of any vermin afT-ctiar a lodgement, whilst in re- '
gard to durability and ebeapneae, they stusod uuarivalled. They also
pow.? the important advantage of ti-ms put up or taken down is
le31: than a minufr. An examination ->illp-o>e thai every thing de
Sirabl? is a Bed-trad has been Vincent rated in this nt pit.' ultra nf
IT Brookljn News OBIce, No.70 Middagb-strect, rrtid
dell's Buildings.)?The Subscriber has the plea-ure of informing bis
friend- and the ritir.ei). of Brooklyn generally, t(. nt he ha- opened an
Otfice ai the ali?re uamed place, for the sole of all the Dailv and
Weekly Newspapers publishedio New-York aud lirnoklm.
Suh.i.nbcrs will he served regularly ut their residences., nr yljc,- of
biisiiie?*, at an earlv hour, bv leaving their addre-. in the. Souk at the
OiT'f. H. GREEN.
TT Tribune -old there, ami subscriptions received. a20
IT To our Friend* down town.?For the convenience
of our frier?!, in the First Ward, we have .irriitifre.l w ith Mr. J. W.
Hale of the Merchants' News-Rooms in Wall near Pearl-street, to
receive subscriptions ami communication" for The Tribune. A Vox
will a!ujav's l>e open there for the favor- of our friend- from - A. M.
till daraT-every week-day, und those wishing ts be served with ih?
paporwi"!! |,|eH.e leave their eii-p. w ith Mr. Hale. Smtflr copie.
always fn- nU|r at los N'ews-Koom. Price, Une Cent.
Sil art i ro :
At Trov, April 21. Henrv ('. Knight. K?q. to Frances A. Snow.
At Washington city, \<v\\ 11. It. J. Powell, t,, Eliuira W.I.
At Rochester, April 8, Richard Turell, Esq. to Rachel Schermer
f In this city, \|iril 35, of consumption, Eunice Ann, youngest daugh- !
ter of Cap!. William Gere. The friends <>f the family, and those of I
her brotbl r, Edward A. i.'ere, nr.- invited to attend her funeral, this
:if,.-rin?os at .r> o'clock, at her Inie residence, ."ill' Pearl street. The
Norwich. Conn, papers, Philadelphia Ledger, and Baltimore Son.
will please publish tliis notice.
In tin- citv. April "it. John B. Woodruff. John Kan lie, aced 'M.
April -i, ("apt. Edmund Fanning, aced ~~.
April 29, Foiter Martin, 35. April SI, Lewis Soiu?r-, 32.
At Boston, April 20, Mrs. Ana Jones of this city . uged Ai.
At tlrdrii^liiirsli, April 8, Sauillol Leonard, nr?d IIHI.
At (Jo.hen. Conn. April II. Rev. Grant Powers, pastor of the Con?
gregational I'htirch at that place, aged ?*S.
* MEETING id the .Members of tin- Association was held ai the
Shaksprare ifon-l on Saturday Evening, April24, for the adop?
tion of Stich measures as will insure their permanent Organization. A ,
Constitution and By-Laws were submitted, and. after ?ome amend- !
tnnnts, unanimously adopted and odered tobe printed. Another meet?
ing will be held at the same place on next Saturday cveiiiu", wheu a
full attendance i- particularly desired.
Question for debate?"Which is* the greatest evil, Slavery or In
trmpcranre J" SILAS EST ABROOK, President pm tern.
Jas. M. Ackermak, Secretary. a26 h*
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Exposition *nd Defenci or ITniversalism, by Rev. L D. William
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Aj? Argument roK Christianity, by Rev. I. D. Williamson?a po?
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Tmb Universalist Manual, or Book of Prayers, by Rev. Menzies
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A> IM AI.l AEtl.i: NATIONAL WORK.
W7 WALKER, 112 Fulton street, has jus! published a handsome
volume ol 720 pages, the Addresses and Messages of the l're?i
d-r.is of the United States, from Washington's to Harrison's Inaugu?
ral Addre-., together with the Declaration of Independence, and Con?
stitution of the t ailed State?, with the Amendment?. The Ihk>)? is ia
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complete w itboul it.
?LV For iho-e ?|,u may wish it. the nublish-r has got up a separate
edition, with a highly^nawhed Portrait'by J. rLtlpm. Esq. and a non
political memoir of our late lamented President a2l ImT 3niY'
NEW AM) POPULAR WORK.
TUST PUBLISHED, at 130Fulton-stre t. :. ??,>...,?? Nassau stand
?r Broadway, " I'HE MERCHANTS WinoW AND OTHER
'1 ALES," a highly interesting little work from the pen of Mis. C M.
Sawyi k. neatly bound in muslin. Price .'s.1 cents.
The N-w-Yorker. Brother Jonathan. New World, Evening.Signal,
Ladies' Repository, ?Vc. Ac. have expressed themselves in the lush?
est term- of approbation of this work. a.>?
'lU'KNFK sV IICCillESbave among their choice collec
1 tion of European and American Book* bos opaidag, at No. It'
Botingbroke's W..rk-,5vols. suarta
IJ.-vs-it's Life of Churendon,3 vols. octavo.
IllBst'ratiiuis of tlie Bible 2 vols octavo,
Don vtuivot'. Illu-trat- d with 71 plates, bv Snnrke. 4 v. eetavo.
Ilistorv of the Danes and Normans, I vpLoctavo.
Bishop Burnet's Hislorv of his own Tune-. 6 vols. wins.
The R<Mik ofGenu, is','.r.. '.?>7. and "38.
The Naturalist1. Librarv, 2Tt vol..
- The Americ in Aliiiaiiac^Jvouiid. complete in 12 vols. a.4 :tt
MKIM'IIA N T TAILOR, i:V FELTON-STREET, has
on hand a well .elected assortsaeat of Cloths. Cattimeres bj d
Vesting*, suited 10 the season, m hirh he otters to make up lor the
public generally m the verv best manner, al extremely low prices for
Cash oa delivery. a'->?:,-v
KEEP It BEFORE THE PEOPLE'
i?.MOO Copi's Free Ci'rtttfaGm, which reaches every Puh
he Place, of Business in the City '
THE ADVKRTiNKR'S ."VEWN-LKTTEB
S tbr only medium through which to communicate information to
everybody. It goo- where all other paper* do. aad do not gc
The next noaiber, fourth week) will be published on Wednesday
Next, April2ft Advertisements must be seat in br five o'clock oa
Tuesday. ThUNatnber will coatiaasome of the most important
reading matter ever laid before lb? Public, for their consideration am!
reflection. Recollect, the sheet Costs Nothing: Do -end in and pet,
if you do not receive it. Sffices 07 Wall-street, and 29 Ann-st- rear
building. 3rd story. J. L. KIXGSLEY. a262t
;. SPKIM; FLOIVKBM.
CJPRING E LOWERS?A series of beautiful, moral Tales, by M: -.
0 EtscaaTOf, EOitrees of the Kose or Sns.no**, published, and
for sale at 130 Fult'Ui-street.Price go cent-. *26
JTJTThe srvirit of this enemy to human health and happiness, a...
reduced mauv an innsividual to poverty, distress?, ar.gni-h. and death.
Like Felix, deferring an aU-importaat point to "a m..rc cnovcateni
season." many lose the opening opportunities of serving themselves
and ?>ther-, Prorra-tinatlun la business matters, proflui o? the same
? pirit in c?sr? of heult?, and many a person adopts evorv excuss! lor
the neglect of the on'-, sad th? omi?ion of the other. In eases of in?
cipient consumption; every article i- obtained to afford speedy relief
?bleeding and blistering are resorted to?and the patient i- tortured
by operations and dmgs, 'Why,' says a visitor, "do you not try
pea-e'- lierehouad Candy J' The answer i'?' I will, if I am not bet?
ter in I few days?I ? ?I! can-alt my ph} sician.' This is done, and he
says,' I abhor quack medicines.' The patient knowint its harmless
effects, -ends for a package. t??a> n unknown to the physiemn ; re?
cover- health and strength, aad the doctor boasts of hi- miraculous
recovery, little suspecting that :t wa- doa? by ose parkur? of Pease's
Ilorehound Cindy, from 40 Division street.
I had w family nil afflicted with the croup, and every medical
nttendanl despaired of the relief of my younger clnidreo moree.-.w
eiall.t. We were warmly recommended v our e.tunable llr-sjj'ouna
Candy?and the re.ult was as rapid as il was efficacious. Tbr family,
now en joy their usual health, and ihe medical attendants riuv- ac?
knowledged it- powerful efficac) upon the youngest a- well j- theold
e-t. Signed. 3. TOWNER. 90 Cliarle- street.
For sale, ahole-ale and retail, by J. PEASE .V. SON, 4*. Division
A VALUABLE REMEDY
r o is coto nji_ a n d ? olds.
None n eil drspnir nfter rending the following
1 have b?en troubled with a terrible alarming cough, which -etlled j
on'my lungs, and threatened almost immediate d.-.iU. I mad" aseo
niuiiy courh rcmodies, without evper:eac,og any relief, and wa- inrtu
cpil to mnke trial of P<-a,e'- Ilorehound. and it afforded iramedkute re
lief, and I now rnjov j. e,?,d health, if not b? tier, than 1 have for tea
years, anil would recommend n to all.
E. B. MESERVE, 121 Firsts
I have u-e.l Pea-c'. Es ? nre of Horrhoiuid Candy, and have found
it an invaluable medicine for tfi?? purpose for which it is intended.
J. LIXDSEY, Pastor of M. E. Church, Second -t.
I made trial of the parrel of HorehounH Candy yod ?eot me. and
nething I hav e ukca ha- afforded cr any degree of the r, 1,,-f 1 h ive
derived from your excellent yet pleasant remedy.
N. KELLOGG, Reeeut Pastor of M. F. churrh..'. WiUrtt st
No public "p.-akcr should be without Pease's Esseoce of Ilorehound
Candy. I ran cheerfully rrr.nnuirnd it. Rev. J. AYER3,
late Pastor of M. E. Church, Halley -t. Church. Newark. N. J
or inquire at'23>J f'.road -irert. Newark.
Rev. W. C. Hawley P? Crosby street, has also tested the virtue?
of Pease's. Caxdy.
Elder Knapp has also used Pease", iiorebaund Caady aad recom?
mends it to public speakers.
Rev. J. Crawford. Pastor of the M. K Cliirrrk, 10 Forsyth str.-.-t,
has used Pease'* Medicated Caady, and r-remiiieiids it to all those ,
whose avocation require- tb? u-e of the voice.
Rev. Dr. S. Lackey, P. B. of the N. Y. Ui.trirt. has u?c.| Pease's
Candy und recommends it to alJ tho-e who are in need of its lir-aling
ami curative qualities.
Rev. Mr. Wlntakrr. Pastor of the Presbyterian Church. Catbartnr
street, rornrr af Maduon, also bee ased, and recoiuinrads
Rev. Mr. Griffin, Pastor of M. E. Centenary Cimrcli. BrooUya, also
recommends Prase's Candy.
Parents nilf find Pease's Candy very good for the whooping cough.
The iindrrsijnsd hove a.ed Pease'- florrhoirnd Candy with un?
bounded surer*-, and recommend it to aH those who are aflli. led with
H. A.v rr-. collector for ihc N. Y. York Railroad Co. us 'JJ Second .t.
near 3d avenue.
J. Mortimer, Main -*rret. Brooklyn. L. I.
A. U. Bloodgood. H7 York -trerl. Brooklyn.
T. Weld, 103 Duaae -i. S. Jeaner, 59 llenrv st
W. T. Peck, C53 Broadway. T. H. Thompson. 177 Ludlow -t.
A. Whitlock. 4S0 Water st. J. Patten, li5 Cedar st.
T.JL Lyell, 7 Carroll Place.
Full 2C00 testimonial- have been handed in by some of our mo?i
popular physician-, counsellors, clergymen, an^l most respectable eiti
xsus, in performing what is promised.
Beware of counterfeits] if there I*- any. Closed on the Sabbath.
Agents?Ilu-hli.il A A-jSinwall in all three -tores; J. Bottum. 1
Aull St. cor. Broade iiv ; iluestis St Co. cor. of Ann and NtMMUsts;
TimpsOO, grocer, cer. Fullonnud William ?*s-; KetHje, 7.">j Broadwuv ;
Hat.. I3".i Fulton >t. Brooklyn ; T. Owen, 1 Sivab Avenue ; Cory, 193
Spring st; Patrick, proeor. 296 Pearl st; Burrill, 271 Grand st. Smith
St Bateson, 1-6 Broadway ; Martine. 21*1 -Irret and 9lh avenue j Teal.
416 Hudson -trert, and by all respectable aa-ocrr-.
CAUTION?One cannot be loo particular?there are counterftei
abroad in abundance, bill if you are purururHr lose.- that um.* pari,
ace is signed J. PEASE .V SS V 15 Dil ision -tree!, il will b- allO. K
or K. t). ju-t a- you please to have it. Copt riatlrt -s-rured. Couutr
lucrchants ?i-hm; thus Candy ran hav e it ?i per rent o(l for essA. al
EXTRACT OF A LETTER,
Hern red from the Island of St. Vincent. West Indies.
I ANGUAGE, dear air, r:.n but feebly express the deep excitement
which i- produced is the whole extent of thes i-laud by ihe re?
cent importation of a very palatable medioarmentnm from the city ol
Nrw Y-.:k. S. A. called Peasa A- Sou'- Clarified Essenae of Hore
hoand Candy. This 1- indeed a rara avis of sc- kind, and most effec?
tual, a- it cured the President's lady of a mo-t distressmr chrome
cough of several years standing, in the mo-t incredibly -Jiort -pace o!
four honr-. I have a)?o te-trd its virnrv.* in mv own complaint, pal
pan- cor.li-, auJ after having used ihre packages of this, admirable
compound. I feel now entirely frcr from inv ol.! frirn.l. Really, Mr
Pen?c is worihv to b.- accounted the Howard of America.
Yours faithfully, DANIEL CREIGHTON.
Closed on the Sabbutk.
Jgents.?Zieber, 87 Dock street. Philadelphia ; Re-ldmg. 3 State
?trert, Bo-t"n : Herford. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Cum. & Co. 13 Exchange
Place, New Orleans, La.; Robertson, 110 Baltimore street. Maryland;
Raw I.. St Co. :.* Slutc strr.-t, Albany, V Y.
None is genuine ualsss rush package i- s-gn.-J J. PEASE A SON,
45 Division street, of whom it can bo obtained wbolsalt and retail.
Terms invariably cash. alO-lm
KLTP IT BFFIUIL ALL ?IH?I JII1LSHKLLPLKS.
?\Ri: NOT TO BE BEAT''
Tob- had at321? Grand-street, between Ludiox and Essex, opposite
mlllS article is a Xea loveation, for the purp?.f Baking. It
T luu. been in u-e during the last season, with enure ?ecess to the
oOrehascrs to whom .t has not only given entire satisfaction, but they
n' v".. exposed themselves a- ttigWy gratified wiA ito opera?oa, as
i, oerfjr.ii? baking Bre ,<.. Meat* Pudding-. Pies and Cakes to a charm.
The advantage* oHMs Oven over the old plan, are?
The rronnrav and durability of it? construction, the co-t of this
n?m heinsr about olie half the old make.
...1 Th. d 'or being in fr.n of the Oven, thereby enabling the par
, hZcr to take the Pan* outwith greater facility, and not in danger ot
It, tmih- Thri' Hands j> tbo-r 0[>rnmg on lh- top.
??&!tarf".tv of arrangement being such that any person can
readilv un lerstaad its npejration aad m magement.
ihThe ir.ll.np expense of fuel it con-umev together with t,.e
.ne M amount of labor required, and it* romp SCI lorn, make- ,1 ade
..rab e ku. hen Companion, and fully ?at.smctory la the sub-c ib. r
that on a fair tr.al it ?.II sustain the favorable opinion e.vprc.-cd b]
tho-e, that u?e them. . ,
The Original Drop Door Oven to be had of the subscriber.
JOSIll * UNDERH1LL, 329 Grand st. ..pp. E**ex Market.
Where all orders ?,11 be thankfulK received and punctually sttetidcd
to IS*. R. Old Ovens repaired at the shortest notice. a? la
M. 5. BROW.N. Nu. 1C1 Chatham ?treat, save just received
ami are now offering tot sale :
2000 yards Carjv.ias at.2 6
3000 *> ?.3 5
IKsO ? ?? .4 0
1500 ? ?? ..'.9
2500 ?? ?'.6 0 all woo!.
Also, matt;::;., oil cloths. ra;?. table cover*, window shades, stair
r?rp.-tin-s and rods, at corre-pondin? low pricn.. found at tb:r. tie
cheapest Carpet .Store ia ta^ Citv. L * M S. BROWN,
??-?6 In No. 1?1 Chatham st_. N. V.
PRINT*. HK AI TI Fl I ~?*T YI.I: OF
fr-RENCH. ENGLISH. BRISTOL, DOVER, MANCHESTER.
Merrimack, Sie. Ose.- 10.000 yards of varmu- kind-. f..r ?d. -d.
lOd, 1?, 1. 6H, 2s, 2s ?d. and 3* per yard.
HOSIERYef every d'.-cnption. black and *iiit? EngUsh silk for
6?, --, ?nd 12* per pair: eolton black, a rule anil colored, both ribbed
Sewing silk, mohair, lisle thread, cotton aid k:d GLOVES.
AnSal-o numerous article- of goods that irrsl?aj. k>-)>t for sal* by |
merchants, ?hieb *>i,l he sold at tar lo?ci rat.-- for cash.
J2ii tit'_J. H. BOCKOVER A CO.
CHEAP DRY fiOOBs.
Vl'M. II. PLACE, ef32T Grand--ireet. would respectfully call the
? i attention of the I.sdie- of New-York to his stock of new and ?
fashionable SPRING Go* ?I?s. eonsisting ..f Print-. I.awr-. De Laines
and other articles ;m. numerous tomeation, all of which he will .ell at
the lowest prices. WM. II. PL-\CE. 327 Grand ?1
N. B. Red Bark Buffalo Kot--- take* ;,t a moderate discount. atfrlSi
( ' I KA .WsOI.K.*., C .NDELABRA5. A \ splendid assart- j
vJ Dient -f new and elerant pattern-, lust re-.-ued. and for -?lebe
?20:Im_ .MntRITTS A I'.ViK. 100 Bowory. "
HOssl ti KV?Just reeeiv ed from im ;:..r.. a assortment of
Hosiery of all kind-, tr,,< for sale chea;, at M. H?LSE'S Cheap
Store. 123 Grand, between Broadway and Tro.bc strrrt. a30:Iw
Nil.KM. SilAM'LM, BO!*! BAZINE*. ALPINE?.
Ac. Ac. Ar.
HPO ALL who wish to purcha-e DRV GOODS we invite their ?t
? teutinn tu our etten.iie and well assarted stc--k of Dry Guod-.
bought at auction. anJ all of the newest styles.
Plejj.?,-a|J j^d e\annae our
Black Gro .'.rain for tearf- Rich damask Silk Shawl*
Black and n P. Helerierine ft.-al Frent h Cashmere do
Pigd and -Iripe Pekin faced du. New stvle Tbibet do
Rich Gro de Afriqur plain and figd Broch? do from )-t to 0-4. from 6
R ich eolorej tigured and -tripe I to$IO.
Poridicherrv Silk-, entirelv uew PRINTS.
BOMBAZINES. " Rich French from 1*6 tot-.
Rich black and blue Mack of eve.:Rich red English, 1-4 ;r :i
ry styl? and manufacture, directJThe richest style of prints from
from auction, and cheaper tliuev- IM to I5d pryard ever otfered to
er ofTered. | the Ladies of New York.
All of the above good- ar*. ef the lat.'-t importation, and are offered
lower than at anv other-to.-e in New-York. Ladies, please call and
be convinced, at' VOSBURGH A ABEL'S,
?23 Iwii 15 Catharine street, cor. East Broad way.
Mall AND ANTRA I, LAIUP8.-Do you waiilj'*
ban l-ome l.anij? ? Please all at I0;1 Bowery, and examine the
best assortment in the city. MLR KITT.- a' PACK. aJfiilm j
DE I,A l \Fst-Ju-t received, a kit of small figured crape De
Laines, a beautiful article for Children's Dresse*. Also, some ]
verv beautiful Mousnelin de Lain** for Ladies- Drcs-r-. all for -ale
heap at M. HLLsE'sj, 122 Grand *t. near Broadway._a2fclw
11 "ANTED?Cash pur-basers in any number for Dr;:c- and
I? Mediciaesat 510Buwerv. Red It?1 h; Monet taken, bv
For -s|e a- above?Dr. Taylor'- Balsam of Liverwort, from :;?."
Bowery. Also, Ring** Verbena Cream, Peaseand Ring'? fand?, with
a general a.so'tm nt ia the line. u2-t lw
pi.At K B0.7IBAZINF----I sale i heap at M. HULSE'S
|J> Cheap Store, 122 Grand street, between Broadway and Crosby
r ADIEsl' FBK1VCB Sill OF. STORK.-IKt MLR
I a RITT, 172Bowery, nearly opposite Delancy M. keeps constantly
?u hnnd a ri?.i! assortment of Ladies' Kreuch Shoes.
N. B. Ladies' French Shoe- made to order. a'.'l i\
one price ?4tore.
1>ERSONS wishmc to purchase good cheap CLOTHING would do
well to call at I33J Chatham >t. where they will rind the follow?
ing price-:?Coat? from #9 to$12....Cloth Pants from$3 to $5....
Jacket*?cloth, $4 .v. to $5; satiuet. $] 75 to (2 50.
a'.'l Im J. COGSWELL.
to ladies* MIIOPPI1V?; in<.rand mtrfet
rpilE subscriber is daily receiving DRY GOODS fr. auction, of
I tit-' newe.t style* and latest importation, which will be offered at
reduced price. Ladies will find it to their advantage to give a call
and e\amine the Good-.
-THAW I.S. SHAWLS, SHAW Ls. ?, CHU.I.Y
Broche Shaw ls at all prices "*??? <"'!' ??>- ?>?'"?,'* ">
Bel.da do anew and rich ar-1 ,R lch?S??'n .',r 'Pni an*LBg?re do.
iTro.n :!-o to i
Silk do dssnask patterns _ ^MEOTICS.
MUSI IN DE I.MNKS ? Bpc? n and bleatued >heeting and
F.leg:,l,t'WriV'--land'tiaBred>lain>'"rV",r nt. .. ?
de Lame- all colors ' "Bltham, Phemx, Hamutoaaad
Sil KS iLong Cloth Shirtings
Rich Brocade from 6* to ^s I .Al",'- a l;irz" M^wtmeBi of other :
d? striped from to 7- Good*, too numerous to umution
do figured; a large assortment i1" "" advertisement.
Also, plain Silk- in a great variety v u- LaJ,el "M auJ ?-?,;un,?
" ine. I
al" P. A. HOM\N. 255 Grand street.
1 rjf. W. A- N. BARKER, in Grand street, have jest re.
eeiv-d, in addition to th-ir former laize s|?.-k, several thousand dol
lars worth of Silk?. Chnllies. tlnusseline de Lsiros?, Rombaziaas, Taj- j
lioni's, rieh Silk and Satin ShawU. British ami French Prints, t.iycther
with a great variety of Domestic Good.-, srlbsi; nt greatly reduced
; pric?-. a20 if
CLOTHING KsiTABLI.sill 71 E > T.
rTAHE Subscriber having opened the store 27 Bow ery as a fashion-j
i I able Tailoring Establishment, offer* to his Friends and the Pub
j lie a very superior assortment of Spring Good- of the latct style,
\ which hr warrant- to tit to the taste and fashion of all who will favor .
him with their patronage. ROBERT A. BUI TON.
The Cutting;. Department is superintended b) Mr. Charles Boutoa,
formerly of the firm of Gray* si Bouton. A goml assortment of ready
I made Clothing always on hand. a'Jii.?m
I^N'rABl.lsSII.^IE.N'I' fer Garment* of the rir-t nuabty, rea
: 1-4 dy made. 220 Broadway, American HoteL The -ame will be |
, found of great convenienceto Citizen* and Strangers who in cases of J
I emergency uiav require first rat; m ticlc?. WM.T. JENNINGS,
a'JI Late LyndeSi Jennings.
ROLLED (.IVliMAN SI LV ER.
JAMES G. MOFFET, 121 Prince street, near Wooster, would par- ;
tkularl) call the attention of Hardware Dealers and Manufacturers ;
to hi- superior article of German Silver, which he offer* fur s ,|e whole*
; sale ?nd retail, of all thicknesses, and warrants it equal to aay. either
j Foraisraor rb.me.ur. t'*?r color and softness. a? liu
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN WARF:.
CRRITTSAND PAGE offer for sale at their Store?. N??. 100 Bow- I
coailr. which, hem; entirely of recent purchase., and importations,
comprise* the latest patterns, and enaiije- tnem to ?.Bat very low ?
Bnttanma Ware. Plated ("..-tor-. Table Cutlery. Ae. Ac aLi-Ini .
r| .HL 'ub-eriliers respectfully cm- notii ?. that the office f.?r the sale
1. of BECKWITICS PILLS, ISO Broadway, has been removed to |
No. 10 John street, where they wf.l continue to -uppl? t)ruci!o.t? aud
other* as heretofore. " TURNER Si HUGHES. a24 2t
y-.tvlI'KI, W. BENEDICT, Watch Maker, Merchants'
1-5 Exchange, corner of Wall and William streets, having formed a
connection in business with s. HAMMOND, their |iersohal attention
will be given to rvpairine tine Watches. Tae most complicated part
of Duplex and Chronometer Watches put in eij.ial i? the original.
Mr. Hammond would make In- acknowledgemeats to the Irade,
for liieir kindness and patronaie sn. living i? New York. -?,] ni\l
alwav- ri>e t^.-ir work preference i:i uiiknis: Duplex work, but will
not be abb- tu make any discount from the reta.l price.
Duplex, Independent Second, and other Watches of splendid pat
tern* for sale, warranted perfect or the money returned. Jew-L-y ;
and Silver Ware as usual.
a17 ly BENEDICT A HAMMOND.
j HAFK. CHEAP ASU EFFECTIVE VEGETABLE MF
DICTIfE?For -al-. wholesale and retaiL at 130 Fulton-st. N. Y.
"4 \' II LR K may be seen numerous te-tm.hds in iio ir favor. These
?V PILI^s stand unrivalled in their benficial effects ia the various
diseases incident to the human system. I rTry them, jr-j a2C
rpjI?*tl.Vs4 W. SIARPER?f4COUCII REAIEDY
I for Colds,Cough?, and Asthmas. Sold at C>7; Bowery, at'Ona
Shillimr p. r bottle.'_??L!"
? DAN P. AUEs?.
PORTRAIT AND MINIAl'URE PAINTER,
No. 70 \ tSSAU-STR EET. a21 lw
SSTEATI CANDY AND A K REFINERY.
KL Je A. STUART, cor. Green w i h and Chamber* -t-. u-e now
? manufacturing and offer for sale. Candy Sugar Pinta*, Ac 'made
hy their improved -leain pr.? e-?. from single, double and treble re?
fined Siirar; superior in qualky to any made in this country ?r En
rope, and at nearly or <|uite a- low prices as the inferior qualities
I are u.-ually sold, having increased their buildni;-. they are now
prepared to execute the largest erder* for Candy, or Refined Sturar,
j at the short.-t not;. -. Conntrv dealers urn requested to '"all and > va
minc t'.e quality of Candy sold at thi- estabK?hment before puru/ha-ii.c 1
Candy carefully packed in boxes of20, 25, .'s) ami ItHJ pouiaV. for the '
southern and^western markets, and delivered in this city, or shipped
vutliout chare.- f,,r j,tn,.. ?r cartage.
Refined Sutrar?I),.aide r-fnied loaf packed in boxes, barrels, or :
loose; crushed and ground loaf sugar, in !>arr-l?: sugar bouse mo-j
lasses, in bids ami tierce-. The above Sugars are refined by ?tcun. 1
w ithout the u-e of day or blood. al? 10t
BOARDINC. IN NEW-YORK.
ENTLE31EN vi-mng New-York will find a quiet and pleasant
VI h?me at the GR AHAM HOUSE, No. 63 Ba-r!:,y street, * here
ample accommodations arc at all times rese-ved fortransient Roird?r>.
and afforded at ino.lerate p-iee-,, by tie day or week. No fumes of
Tobacco o- Alcohol will be found to taint the atmo?;ihere. N. B. A
few permanent Bosnier, will be taken. ROSWELL GO?S.
New-York. A-nl I7tii. 1541. tf
( O Vs l lBLE'S ?ALE.?By virtue of a Landlord', Wa
rant. I will expose for sale at Public Vendue, on Monday liie .'' 'h
Ot-ApliL, at ll o'clock in the forenoon, at the Pulaski House, corner :
of 109th street aad Third Avenue.-11 the content- of the Bar. House?
hold Furniture, ronsi-tuui of Oil Cloth-. Table-. Chairs, Stoves. Pipe.
1 Forte Piano. I.sKikiue Glas?. -, B-u-hes. Waiters, Pitcher-. Tum- ;
hier-. Wine and Champagne Ghsses. Ac.
?242f ALFRED ROACH. Constable. .
B A N K S & 1
II T. would invite :?)?? r.ttrr.i:o-i of the Ladie. of Sew-York aad tk
? T -a the dty. Considering the patrwnage with which ?e have hi
iiovds w? ran vie witn any ; and to plci-c al!. we keep hick Jad !nw n
to appreciate the aa?eari?si *\ertiou- of the SHb-rrihers to please thi
I k>t very r..'h Brocade from i- to !>
I." ptei-e- very ?legant SatU!. striped.
l'tro de Frignr Ssfl per vard (u-nally -old for 131]
1 lot mourninr figured >"i!k? Tstki
?' pieee. rieurea jjilk- fr-ni 4sd to J?
!6 plinn ?tnp-d ?? .'?? to 6e6d.
27 " Black, blue Mark, plain and figured ?Vom 1- to ;.
30 - plain cm de Naples, -rn de S'su- from 3-C to C-6
LINEN '."< N IDS ofeverv descriptsoe.
IX)MEST1CS. ; large -t?ek. vei cheap,
embracing ali kinds and quiliti'-.
LADIES, please call and examine our rieh -tor's of Silks for you;
N. F. The Preach, G?rnun and Italian Languages -poken.
new and km n m'icm; t.OODv
HA H. HALL. 29 Catharine street, roaer of Henry, would ia
* form their CBeiomers ar.d the Public generally that they hale
withia the la-t month purchased at auction nearly $59,000 worth
nf DRY GOOD*. (Milelv for Cash.) many of theia i'.>r less than half
their value, which they ore positively BOW veiling tor the following
low aad unheard-of prices i
20 fa-', of Englieh Pria?-. containing 40.CO*? yards, at I-. per i ir.l.
These Goods are richly worth !-.- nor yanl. Also, ? g.-.?-i aesorrmeut
af French Print-, from 2s t>> 2s6 p. r vard. Printed Muslins from 1-li
to :->-. |.er vard.
MO US SELM DK LJIXES.
200 dresses .if dark !>c Lame-, f.-om I2s to It- perdre-s. ltX> dre...
splendid -mm stripe Chnlleys, very rheap. ."?<> Uurec's fancy dres.
??. a new stvie of goods.)
Rich plain black and blue blick Mlks of every -tyle an.l quality.
AI?o. a magnificent assortmeat of colored Silks, plant ami figure.I.
Brocbe Sin?!- of the largest ?!/.?. from 12s. np.
CLOTHS A.VD CJSSJMERES.
100pieces Satiu.-tt-. frum 3s6 to --. Gambrwoas, Drillings, and
Summer Stunts, of ev.rv -ize and pattern.
Linens, Lawns, Diapers,- Sec Ste. tie. 200 lozen of linen-cambric
Hdkfs. f'om IsC apwards ?hirh i- not half the cost of importation.
20 bales of heavy yard wide broSheetings, at 6d per y.vr,!. Also, SO
i-x-c- of bleached Sheetings and shirting-, from -d per vard upwards.
Bedticks, Furnitures, Checks, Print., -v..
A c.?>d assortment oflloiscrv and Gloves.
N. Ik Ju-t received, 39 pieces of black aud blue'.lack Bombazi.
fr. m i". per v ard upwards. a'Jt. 1?
KM II PltlM I I) 111 Ml.INM.
I> BROW.N A. CO. H?j llr...?:? 2.1 .tore bcI?M Grand -tr-ei.
I s beg to call the attention of the Ladies to a l.rgr assortment ol
beautiful printed Muslins which they have j-i-t received. Thestyle?
are Mil en>ire|? new. of the in.e-t elegant designs, an.l perfectly fas)
color-. The prices, it will be seen, are remarkaMl low.
It ich China pattern-, a hit- ground, only 2s. per yard.
Colored ground-, verv beautiful style, 2*tVL
Splendid colored -inj..--, on!;
Also. ."?*(?> yanl- new style Mous.de Lsinc. only 2-1) per yd, a great
30u. splendid 7-1 and --?-ilk shawls, only $3 50 and ?500.
An entirely new style of rich Ca.-limere Shu?l-. aaveju-t been rc
Plain colored ..,tin -tripej Challv - t. per yanl.
A large |ol of beautiful embroidered (.'bally-, only i!- per yard. a".'l lm
CHEAP AUCTION GOODS.
npOVVNSENll & MAC DOWELL, 165 Spring street, ire receiv iiis
1 daily from auction a large and desirable assortment of RICH
CsOODS?smong which may be f.und?
French Calicoes, haaasoasc .tvle-.
Frensh Mourning Muslin-, a beautiful article.
Figured <ne -tr.|.e De LoHtesvol rverj .bade and p utera.
rism Mode and blue bla< i. iW.i, ie?
stri[-e rep. and blue black Silk-, uncommonly cbenp.
*.M ri' h -;!k ShavvI?.
Large lot of Iri-h Linens.
2 CM.es Cambric Hdkfs.
2 do plain an.l tig.I p..ra-ol-.
2 ' ( lotlii. <'n?siiiiere'4, Ar, a m ill advance. a21 I2t"
BLEACHED l*llEETINC,at Is. per vard, at
n-il BIRD5ALL S T.l RROI G1IS, 150 Grand, e?r. Cantr.-.
NEsV GOOD.H-XFW COODS-NEW I.OOIIS.
IustOPENED, several cases very handsome plain and colored
stripe ch.Jly. of superior quality, together ?ith a ca.f new
-tvle printed Lawns, ami selling verv low, at
SUTTON St RUXDLE's, 177 Spring, sor.Sullivan.
N. It. No deviation in price. s23 I2l
C QREAT BARGAINS* are given is dry-goods ui
BARKER's, iu Grand .trcet. All in ?a:it of good and CaeaS ti.ode
will do ?eil to tcy this noted establishment a20 tf
RIBBONtsi?RIBBO\si? BI B13ONM.
\splendid assortment of new stvie nennet and Cap Kibbou-. of all
colors and prices, to be had low. of
SUTTON -V Kl NDLE, L77Spring,e?r.Sullivan.
N. Ik Millinerv Goods in all their variety. at n bolesale prices; a23 l-'i
BF.NNK I'T A RHODES, W5 Broadway, have just received and
are receiving daily a great variety of new Spring Good-, among
which will be found us? -tyl.-s of Pekta, Chen.-. Satin ?tri|ie, ilc
Laioes. A!-u. Rich Printed LawL- aad Muslins of the nr?e,t .le.icn-.
a'J2 _ _Or
I>PINTBD I.AWNM?Warranted fa-t colors and Pari- 111:1
Huf icture at eighteen pence, at
aS3 BIRDSALL At HCRKOF<iHS. I.VI Grand st. cor. Centre.
? Oun a. CORD respectfully informs his friends and cnslom
?I er-that he has uoiv on hand a beautiful assortment of SPRING
GOODS of all descriptions.
Ju-t received. '.ISSIvaiJ. of French pri.ited Lawn-, l-rt per yard ;
I.men and Linen Cambric lldkfs. verj low ; French Prints and Print?
ed Muslin; Bleached and Brown Muslin at all price-. A complete as?
sortment of Boanel Silk- and Ribbon-. Laces, Lisses, together with
every other article ia ihe milliiiery line, cheap ut IC3 Spring street,
corner ofTlionip-en. a23 ft
Mil.KM AND MOUSMECIN l?l-: CAINESI.
I I S T RECEIVED, a splendid assortment of rich plaid, figured and
?I plain, black, blue black, and colored SILKS ; a good assortmentof
plain and figured Mousselia de Laiuns. Also, American. English, und
French Prints, together with ? full and well selected assortmentof
the late.-t des is us of Siiring and Summer Goods?extra .heap at
205 Greenwieh-sL HENRY WILLIAMS Sc CO. :.?-Jliii
T II E C II E A I'
GRAND-MT. DBV GOOD ESTABLISHMENT.
X I H?LSE, l -KJ GRAND-STREET, respei tfully informs bis pat
it I s r.uis and the Public, that be 1- daily receiving from Auction a
a real variety of Fonev and Staple DRY GOODS, of the latest impor?
tation, which be 1- offerinc lor sale very bo. :.i in- Cheap Store.
Grand street, (betweea Hroadwny and Crosby street.)?Where the
Nimble Stxpew a 1- made 10 t ,k.- the place of the si|o? Wliilluij.
MII.K CONG HIIAM I.sv.
BENNETT st RHODES, 40j Broadway, have just received?
S ..rt. ns colored Lone Shawl SCARFS.
3 do bl ick " de do
I <b> emb'd do do
Also. W.de Black Siik for Scarf-, allofwav: ll will be sold io-.v. 322fit
L E S T ? ft. U O LHIES A C O.
\Itr. rf.olv receiving f.?.:u Auction and elsewhere constant supplies
of neu and fashionable STAPLE AND PAN?V
i;OOUM. whii Ii being bought ?itb cash,are offered to country
and'eily merchants at unusually low pr.? for cash. Tbeyinvits
those who ?i-h to -? t a er--at man) Goods for a small suai ol money,
to examine their present unequalled Stock._al7 tf
|> ECEIVED This Day, from aui lion, 100 pieces of new and wry
IV rich Mis.-, ju-l imported lor city tra.ie, comprising a very desi
L ttlies wishing IO pur. !ia-r -ilk-, can have by calling at 2J1 Grand st
a barg? steck to make their selections from, and the prices will satisfy
all ?Iloc.dl oflh-r cheapne-.-. J. W. A S. BARKER. a-"J tf
Mil A WCSI?SHAWCS!
rjENNETT S: RHODES, 405 Broadway, have just received -ev.-.
i> ral new styles of rich Silk SHAWLS. a22 6t'
DBV GOODS?DRY <;OODm-DBV tJOODM.
1'ITE invite the attention of our customers, (the Ladies In particu
U it-.. 1.ir extensive aasornacal of SpR IVI > G( kODS, for qua?
lity, -tvle and cheapness,cannot be excelled in the city. S"lliu.' fbi
Cask only, and having but one price to our Goods, from which we
sever vary, sie can always olb-r bargains worthy attention.
Please call and examine o>ir
Black .ieuble width high lu-tre 'Hamilton, Phoenix, Walthaia and
?? striped and figured, Sb6 I other styles 5-4 & 6^4'Sbeelings.
?? plain Italian. 5s INew-York3IiUs, Beott, Hamilton.
Colored Silk, yard wide. 10s ICoddingtoo.W'altbam super, Berk
?? English Gre de Naples 3?6i shire and other Long Cloths,
?? Corde Vol. ute for Bonnets from -d to Is
Blue black Levantine 3s [Heavy fina and superfine brown
B! lck do i-6 ' Shirting-. .1 larce a--ortmeut
MOUSSEL1NE DL LALVE. ' LINENS 1?LINENS!
Ri. h I'.in. -tvle- all w'jol 3s A large lot from auction, the !><?<?
RickSatia stripe 4* assortment of Shirting aad '-m
Rah -t.lr- Crom 1-oto 2- ' Linen.- ever otTered, Crom 2s to
FRENCH A ENGLISH PRINTS Io. per vard. cheap RIBBONS,
Ru h Fr. n. n Prints from I- to 2s6 GLO'.'ES, HOSIERY. A LACE
?? Fn-'li-h " " I. to 2s GOODS.\-tom?hui.'Cheap.
?? tmerican stvles 6d to 2s6 , P. GREGORY A s>*?\.
Scotch Gfeghaat 6d to 2?6_ 1 a!9 . 175 Spring street.
Mil EETINGM, MI1IBTINGS AN l> CAVICW.H.
DOMESTICS ire selling at low prices at J.U.A s>. BARRLR
Sdl Grand street, ., ? _: j. in.i r..
Sheetings vard a .de. 6U Verv heavy. Bd. i ?rd m ute 1 Od. Fine
... . ... . . ? . rk Doier, and la Ri
?ng Sb rungs, .d Very fine, KM. ? rr.ma ,-,?,?
ret Print... tkf._7d. 10d and J. per yard, warontedfa-t colors, aji U
BED BACK MONEY,
all the Ba-ir.- srithssal exetrption, tanen at par, at t-1 Gr. ? ..
Jcb -treet where can bo found a 3rsl rate x-^rtmsct oi Clam-,
C-v-ime-e- sud V. -tinrs. PriuL-. Ac. X<:
c-v ime.. suu EZRA YOUNG,491 Greenwich st,
N B. The lo?e?t price- a-ked. and no abatement. al? tf
r i T TING? Vt lait y.-ar's pri< es, uot? Ith-tan ding the embargo
fl at Canton. A reacral assortme :. 1-4,S-4 and 6-4 ,-.t 15aGrand
.1 cor. of Centre, by' L1RDSALL i BL'KROL'GHS. a23
L) I N GM A N.
c-r v .?nnisr City to ?s rich and van-d i St-?k of rtrr Orwvi, a* asy
theru> been favored, we Sutler oarsclvrs Shi: fat Um >jo' 'luaatiw of
riced rixvi? of f\iT> style, convinced that a di-ceraing Public know how
1 rr* and judgement. Froa rrrem
JO Sotc* ciarnst Satin Dara*?k. from $.1 to >!!
i ,-hinerc B-ie'ha. Merino, and Taibet-w.x>l. all price*.
FRENCH, ENGLISH iN*D america!* PRINTS.
'J ra>r< Krre,. h fro.?. is !'. 5* ner rani.
K " Enm-b. splendid, rag Lsfi to 2*6
" American from 6d t" Is
MOUSLDi DE LALVES AND PRINTED MUSLINS.
.cry rw-U r'rs-rirb from 3*6 to .Vi ; all wool.
A larce Mock of printed Musi a? from 'J? to is
<. aaaimere*, Vesting*, Molvskin* and Hanne!?; v?r>' hsw.
BANKS i DINGMAN,
301 Graad-?t corner of Orchard.
GsojDrrjr. opposite sr. paws church.
WIM'HELl. ?the laughable, droll ^ original delineator jf Sooteh.
Irish. Dutch, French, >.inkre und other characters_
Dr. COI IAER ?Theseieutifc etpenmeKter en AnimalMagnetism;
Men- and Madame CAN DERBER, tbc unrivalled installment imitator*
?al! on th>- same Evening !
Mi .Win. hell?INNS and OUTS, or Landlord, and Travellers, r
Colloquy in si* voices. A huo-rv -pri- of th- Emersld Me. A ?out
cockney. Gregory an r>r,rojuu..?l at apologies; r?o,i ibmo'thus
.?;.?-. Simon, np stairs, MulBe, a stable boy, who hi cured of ?s?^
m-'iu- by singing. Travelers^who would eat every thine ib ore*
than but nothins in creation to jiv* them.
TRIP TO NIAGARA FALLS?Au original imitative sons; by M
\V. Passrnrrr. in the rar: an old gentleman >nd hu ladv," whiehttj
the oldest ! A i.-ndcr mother: crying infant: pa,-nicer, innovod: be?
lly talk: Crossing the Ferry, View of the Falb, punning; Pill oSOfdlj
. ?>! rea.on. by ?? Viukrc.
?ttl Le MAN?GERIE?An original Burletta, by Mr. W. Showman;
intural an.l wonderful gifts of eloquence; harangue to the raulutud?
an.iind ihr menagerie; old woman: elephant; hon: old man: curious
feathrrcU specimens of animated nature; geological concert. Dutch?
man, or Mynheer Johannes Van Slisseabidaleowvenhowvcnaauffer'*
travel- in New York in -earcli of hi? son in the East Indies; interesting;
children: genius, precocity of; buaiasss unsuccessful; uncle m Note
York, very rich.
YANKEEISM?Original, by Mr. W. Vi.it to the Museum; shaking
hand-; push or pi.If. uriositie*; thinrs tea hum. Sail's tint attempt at
beam-catching.To b- varied each evening.
Inthe cour.f the evening, Ihe celebrated M?ns, and Madame
Canderbek will appear ami execute a beautiful adaata German Air
imitating the English Bugle and Scotch Bagpipes! Madaiue Cander?
bek will preside at tin- Harp.
At the conclusion of the above. Dr. Collyer will deliver a -he-rt Iee
turv aud experiment on Animal Magnetism, on u living subject.
Also exhibiting. Fancy Glas* Working/, and the Grand Co.-morama.
~, ?' The performance* ?dl commence every evening this week at tj
Day Visitor* admitted in the rvnun-r of the tune day Free, morJer
to nualile them to witacsatbe Sal.-on Entertainment*,
lilntittaaee to the Muscam ami till the Entertainments, 'i"> ceat?.
Children under 10*years of age, half price. _VJ6
a ni hal .11 % ii n e xis rl.
\ EW-YORK MUSEUM, ,b..?ii i, Pcale'* M.urn, Broadwav.
. * opposite the City Hall sad Par!,. ? The public is respectfully in?
form? I that a srrir? of curious and peculiarly interesting Experiment*
will take plaee on the subject bfAnimal Magnetism, or the nervo-vital
duid wbk h peri ide* all animated beings. The phenomenaexhibited
.Inring the magnetic state, cannot fail to elicit the attention of the phi?
losophical ami ?cientinc.
Ta? exhibition ariH take place every evening this ?e.?k, al B o'clock,
in the Lecture Room uf the Museum. Private exhibition during thai
Day visiters to the Mu*eua] are admitted m (ho Mini" evening free
of charge. Admission to all, 25 cent*. Children, half price. ?19
ro.ili: and bat of i.mi, a n I>?4.
I(>pen every duy, ami brilliantly Ulumiuated rive ovaoings a week.]
OWING to the errat increase of the uuuiber of Visitors to ihean
splendid Panorama*, the proprietors lmvc notice that the Rotun?
da in Prince street, near Broadway, ?dl continue open every day,
Sunday? excepted, from *> in the morning till dusk, and every evening,
.?vrrpi Saturday and Sunday, from V; to!*}, when full cxpl mntion*of
the pictures will Is- given in the galleries, commencing at half pan S
o'clock. a'i~ lm
pkopm: ? i.i.ne: of s i i tnkoatn
?? rr-"" ^ for l/.h.l vi :,n,l Inter.liutr places. FAKE$I.
v ^?y._ ..- The new aud elegant steamboat IITICA, Cant A. V
. Mai i ijisiJ?.}J<.||1|||/i I,,.,,,. ,|?, pjer ;i( ,iM, fou) 0f t'orllao?
and Libertv firert., Thi* Afternoon, I Monday) April iC, at "> oVInel
The new steamboat NORTH AMERICA', Capt. M. H. Trueada
leaves on Mondav Afternoon. April 26th, at ?*> o'clock.
The new and commodious St. am-Pnlace SOUTH AMERICA, Cas
Brautard, leave- ?n Tuesday Afternoon, April 27, at 3 o'clock.
For passage or freight, apply to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at the office, or on bonrd.
N. B. All kind- of property taken only at the risk of th? owuut,
f-rX i on sai.i; oit to i.ft.
^'.'fjjj A pleasant Country Place, (suitable .'V>r a country seat, agard
"*"?^encr, or milkman,) v!i miles from the Williamsburgh Ferry,
' ennsistiug af a ?ub'tantiul, well-tinished and convenient bouse, barn,
J well af excellent water, cistern, A*, with from two to ten acrewof
good land, purl wood. It will be sold a bargain, or let at a moderate
r'nt to a good tenant. The situation is high ami healthy, with a tin.:
vievr of the surrounding country. Possession can be bud unmediutely
Enquireof ' BLEECKER A VAN DYKE,
iilli-Jw- 13 Broad st. sir at TO (""anal tt.
kom.eb ano platers' buamm.
\FIRST It \TE article of Rolled and Platers lira.., can alwav* be
found ai JAMES O. MOFFET, 121 Prim-, street, pearWoeater,
it the lowest market prices. Likewise a very superior article of
Cooper'* Brass. ?SS Im*
Origin a-Is camii tailor i n? estab?
LISHMENT '.--N Broadway,AmericanHoteL?It had Ion? been*
subject of complaint w ith those a ho were in the habit of paying rendy
atone) for their garment*, that they were taxed IV>r other's deiiii<|uca
cie* ; tin- |rd to a. -tri. i adherence to Cash .-ales, through which tha
desideratum of giving satisfaction to customer*, aud offering indues*.
nieiit-1? other-, conld ?lone be a< eomplwhed.
The subscriber is now in receipt of a large assortment of new and
fashionable good* h.r .prim; w ear, w Inch are offered for the inspection
of the PuMia under the assurance that the style and finish of garment*
will comport with any other house in the trade, whilst the reduced
pricescanaal fad to effer Inducement* to purchaser*.
Stranger* in the cur requiring garments would du well ta call be?
fore purchasing else where. WM. T. JENNINGS, Agent,
a22 ,|- Late Lynde A Jiannngx.
1 v'indo W <ji,ahh-rtnoo Americas Window (Was*of Frank?
el Im, Kuliou and Delaware bran*'., comprising a complete assort?
ment of si/r.. from C by - to *Jo hv *Jri.
FRENCH W INDOW GLASS?1UU0 box.-. Kreuch Window and
Picture Glass, of double ami tingle thickness, of superior qu:dity?
size from 7 In !> to 31 by li
DRUGGISTS' GLASS WARE?TOO packages Druggist* Glan?
Ware from Harmony <;i.,s? W ork-, embracing a general assortment
of Vials and Bottles. Eor sale bv
' MORGAN AND WALKER,
alO tf Manufacturers' Agents. 17:t WstervJ.
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States, to :\ir ai?.vs New, Cheap, and SpJendidly Illustrated Work,
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