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Content? for *satnrt.r?y next, yiaj 1, 1S41.
Poe? B i' skt: A Tal? of Emigration. By H. Halting! W ild
iOaatraiad with a brer and beautiful Engravihjr.
The Woai.o or Ixindon.? From Black? ond for April.
Cbaxl?? O'Mallkt.?Two new Chapter'.
Hvfic._14Father, aToaot weepr A Ballad, by Mrs. Henry Shclton.
Now first published in this Country.
jjjrmisy Rcdce.?Two Chapter*.
T?r Cost or a Rmttat:*>n.?A thrilling Skeirb from Tait'i Loa.
FiAwecas or HrMp: ur, Tut: NEWGATE Garland.?A capital S??
ur?, from Tail'" London Magazine for ApriL
Wateb Return*. City New?, Foreign New*, per Steamship Great
r,'r?irrn. New? of ihe Week, .Vr.. ,Vc.
Tncc Six Cests a Copy.
Orncc 169 Nassau-street
XX Tlie .?w World.?Subscription* to tbi* Splendid Mam
Both Newspaper are res^ec (fully sohrited at ibe offer of publication,
30 Ann-street. A folio an? quarter edition published. Terms, $3
j fear, in advance, or $T> for two copies, mailed te. any part of the
Country. . ai.".' tf
IT Wernion on Denlh.?By Ree. OnvttLE Br.w rv. Preach?
ed in Iba ("hun'i of ihe Messiah OB the Sunday subsequent to the
uVnwse of the late President of the United States. This truly eloqui nt
discoar-e, of wiiicti a garbled report was given ia the Brother Jona?
than, will appear in th? New Wor o next Saturday, from trie nrr.-i
nal Maauscript_'_?39 It
3 T SKK DR. kTeELLX ttWR \l D\S 11?V E R TIS KM I".NT. ON
THE OUTSIDE, OF HIS POUDRES SUBTILE FOR CT
ROOTING HAIR. TO BE HAD ONLY AT 67 WALKER-ST?
ONE DOOR FROM BROADWAY.
5r>MI.-'S rfAKLiV DON'S FIRST BENEFIT?
MISS CLAREM? iNaaks leave resptetfully to annouoce that her
first r>en--f:r ?ill uk* place at the PARK THEATRE, nn THURS?
DAY EVE.V/.Vi,'. April20, wnou she will appear in the pun of B-l
ridera. in Otway V celebrated tragedy of VENICE PRESERVED.
After the dram . Mia Clarendon will speak a Pottical Address, ?ru.
lea fartbi* ocrasiou. ^? a2o-Jt
f? a v r i c o :
In this city. April vlTth. Brauel Cochrao ta Jennette Scott, both of ;
At Philadelphia, /Ipril S?d, llexander Knox, Jr., of New-York, to
Martha e.. on!., daughter of Lewi* Brown, Esq., of Philadelphia.
3D fcD :
Id this eity, Ajrr? i!7th. after ? short illne?*, Ann M. Fisher, of
Ifl this city, April ?7th, John Owen, arc! 7.". years.
In this city, April Jiith. John O'Bciaa, aged 56 years.
In this city, \pril 27th, Mary Louisa hott, infant daughter of Ceo.
ami .m.-.rv Ar.n Schott i"cd one year.
At EUxabetktowa. April 18th, Percival Morse, Esq., at-cd so rears.
At Newark, Y J., April25th, Mary Joralemon, aged 63year*
mim: HAM'S COUGH JLOZ-NGES.
THE great* t Medicine i ret yet discovered.?Th? astonishing snc- ;
cess attending titese highly popular Lozenges is almost incredi?
ble to th.se who have rot had personal Observation of their virtues.
Mr. Henry S. Banker. [>' Greoue-slrcct
Mr. Stephen Siiutr-., f.t'. Tenth-street.
Mr. Charles Perkins, "1 Bowery.
Mr. John Starkey, Goveraier-atreet
Rev. Mr. Hancock, 4ft. Pearl-street.
Mr. M. K. Martin, f'.'T William-street
Mr. E. G.Stacy, 66 Weoslcr-etreet
Mr. T. Matthew?. S Carolina-street.
CeL C. S. Benson, 219 Bleecker-street,
Hon. G. B. Miner, corner Bleecker mid Carmiae-streels.
And hundredsef others, have been cured of distressing Colds and
Oc.?gk*, inn short time, end oile- iu a fear hours, whni they had tried :
various other medicines lor weeks ia vain. The Editors of nearly nil :
uV Citv papers have used them, and given their testimony in their
Wholesale and retail, nt 106 Nassau-street. Agent?Chunk. Ids
Bowery; Hale, 5 Tontine Building, Wall-st.; Neely, !M Hudsun-st,
sad 283 Bleecker-st.; Sands, 77 East-Broadway; Rusbton & Aspin
wall, three stores, New- York. KW Fulton-st, Brooklyn; Redding. 'J
Itala at". Boston. ?<-'
X KF.Tl.tiKlwAfCI.ic BANK.
MR. MURPHY, W North Sixth-street, Philadelphia, Aceat fer
Sherman's Medicated Lozenges, says that a poor w oman called i
tt his Office and StTted that her daughter, scran years old, had been
sick lor nearly three years ; hsr stomach ?a? Mstended to the size of
SgrowH person's; her anus and Ivgs to swollen that she could not
walk or help herself, although s.h- could eat ns much as two laboring
?ten. They had employed two celebrated doctors, who could do
nothing for her, mid had riven hrr up as incurable. Her husband had
become discouraged, and abandoned all idea ef trying to do any thing
more for her, mid looked to death alone to lake her out of hci misery. ,
Mrs. Murphy, believing her cane to be one of Worm-, cue her a box
csf Sherman's Worm Loscages, and \x two days she returned, ? uh joy
keamiag in her ryes, and said the Lbzenges had saved her child's life,
after all had given l.cr up. The first dose Inourht uwav nearly a pint
of norm- in one living mass. She had not taken two boxes before the
uiu entirely cured, having r.vsrd ult-r the first dose, ? hich she could
not count, over 600 worms in anaweek. She was literally eaten up
with them. Another living witness of-the almost miraculous efficacy
of Sherman's Lozenge*. Principal Office in New-York, lOti Nassau
CMBt.nKFN Bias: of wo-rtim.
^HERMAN'S WO RM LOZENGES wiP entirely destroy all kinds
O ?f Worms. Over a million of bootes sold yearly. Dr. Zubriskic
3Chambers-street, Dr. Hnnter, IOC Sixth Avenue, Dr. fustic, 104 do.,
jinl many other Phyrttdans vf the highest respectability, use tbtai in
>lr. Leriag Cross, house carpenter. CC Fulton-Street, cured three of
in- children nf worms by only one box of Shcrintu's Wunn Lozenges,
Soldat the Warehouse, IN Nassau-street
Ar.HNTs.?Church, IBS Bowery; Rusbton & AsninwaN, BfiWilliani
?treet, 110 Broadway, aad 10 Astor lions.-; Neeiey's, 231 Bleeckir
rtreoL New-York ; and Mrs. Hayes, 139 Fulton-sL, Brooklyn. a'J7
'nEBHAIV'QI POOR iWAX'S I'l.AMTKR, EHR
ONLY i>N'E SHILLING?warrautcd better than any other in n-e,
st whatever price they may be sold for. The Poor Man's Pla-ter will
care paiasor weakness m any partofths kc.iy as wtH as ha. ii. side or
breast; also, piles, er tri thing in children.
Mr. David Williams, an old Revolutionary soldier of Elizabeth- I
town, N. J., was cured of Rheumatism by one in less thsn two days,
after having stinrred ri.r n long tun ? in an almost helple-s roiiditiuu.
3 T Sold at IDG Nassau-street, Charek's, 168 Bowery, Saodv's, TJ
Etat Broadway, Neely's, -"Jl Bleeckcr-sL, Halo's New- Room. Wall?
st, New-York; KfJ Fulton-Street, Brooklyn; Redding, h Slate--t.,
Bostaa. .."7 tf
RB1YOVATIBTG I.O/.E.X.ES.-IV Female Weakness,
an infallible reinedy.
CHARCOAL LOZENGES?For those ?boare iu the habit of using
Charcoal in milk or otherwise.
NERVOUS HEADACHE?Sherman's Camphor Lozenges will give
immediate relief ia nervous or sick headache, lowness of spirits, de
ipondency, fainting ami palpitation of the heart.
W. H. Attri e, Herald Office, Dr. Hunt, r, 68Sixth Avenue,andC?p
taia Charles 1 hompsoa, ,'>0 aTourtlandt-stroet, can satisfy the incredu?
lous of the until of their eure?.
SORE NIPPLES cured in from one to five days by* Sherman's Pa
p.Hary Od. Refer, to Prof. Ringham. SO Spring-streul.
Wholesale and retail, at 106 N:i*sau--treeL
Act NTs.?Chi::, b's, IS* Bowenr, corner of Spring-street ; Saiios'-,
77 East Broadwas : Ps'eeley's, SS3*Bleeeker-st s Rushton i Aspinwall,
W Astor Hozse, i 10 Broadway, and86W'illiam-st; Coddington, Hud?
son, eoraerSpring-st; Hole's News Room, STouitae Budding, Wall
Ol.? EMTABM.HHKD BOOT AND ssHOI.
STORK_WALKER tt FREW respectfully info in their
frieads and the public, that they keep the well known .tied No. 330
Caaabstrest where they have nn huml a large and splendid assort
BMBt ?f fashionable Bootsand Shoes. In this assortment will be (bund
Men", boots, M.."'", -sg. yj..*si, uii.s j:t per pair. Also. Youths'Boots,
N, $l?".0. and f.'..'si per pair. Also. Ladies", Misaci and Cbtldrens
Baskias, Ties and Sbppcra, ofali colors and fashions, am] cheapest in
On City. WALKER & FREW?Don't mistake.ibc number, 230
Caaalssi cct a29 Ira
rhFPICE < 8J ?i \ new article, the best in the United
" ? States, also cheaper ; utcaa be purchased elsewhere.
KIND'S P..:. it Chair WarvrocCT, t74 Brosdway.
N. R-rSotne of these Chairs have tin celebrated rotary action and
balance >t-at aC Im
rhRAFBRV .711'ssi.aNM.?A large lot of Brache and Em
? ' brohlercd Drapery Muslin, foi sal- loa. at
*2Mf P. GREGORY A- SON'S, Spring street
]>FKFl UKKY A.\I> FANCY AKTICI.KN.-A
* general assortment of Fancy Soaps; Cologne ami Lavender Wa?
ters, Milk of Roses, Cream afLilies. Shaving Creams, Ac, ic? for i
?9S3I H. M. PROWITT, Druggist, 38 Beekmaa-street
F. H. CHICHESTER,
I* K t I? B K A N l> TAIL. 0|K .
.No. 114 Falton-Htrs-rt.
BROOKLYN. air Im*
/>,rvTivm v'lROn,; I* NFW-YOKK.
/^F.NTI.KVI.N v.-,-,,,- New.Tork w,U find a quiet and pleasant
u bonw.al the GRAHAM HOUSE, No. Ci Barclay strebt, where
MBple SSWaUWUtloai ar,-al-rll limes reserved lor transient Roarders.
aad aRorded at mod. rate prices, bv the day or week. No fumes of i
Tobacco or lb ohoJ ?ill be found to taint the atmosphere. N. B. A
leu permanent Hoarders Will be luken. R OS WEI L GOSS
New-York. April 11th. ISO. If
DOAKOIM,.? A man ami bis wife t.c larni-ht-d u uh ..
?? pleasant Rem and Board at No. 'J17 Spring-streut :n<wlcrate
'???rev.. Ais?, two single gentlemen. 827-3?"
ROJLL.B1? A.NU PjLATBRM? BRA98. <T
\FIRST R ,TE article of Rolled and Platers Bia.-s. can alwa- s'be
fe,uud at J IME9 G. MOEEET, 121 Prince slrMrti aearWooster,
u the lowest market prices. Likceise a very superior trtule of |
Coejmr's Bra?s._ u~ '
l-KFUll .tl PATENT BED9TBAIM,
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS NOW IN USE?J. HEWITT re
' tpaefefaUy iaform* the Pubhic, that he continues ta asanufscturs
sis Patent Rjdstead?, so weM known for its durability and com n
'*ee, xt hi, old stand. No. 'JO Hudson-street, near Chamber*. Those
??ae<iu-iin(e.l with the ch:.r:uter of his Bedstead Hre Oamesth in>it.i.|
'Octi\ and examine the principle of the jumt and theeose with wfo.-h
" ran lie put up a,.d t .ken down. Mot requiring unv be.l-kev. He ia
??'?S?. J, (o exhibit it both to those who wish to purchase and
ih.?c who do not. He can refer l? hundreds of our most respectable
'??i?d* who have tested it by use.
* "a -Hair llaltrasses, Feather Beds und PaibsSser. N. B. The
????th-rn trade supplied a22 6m
STILL STRONGER EVIDENCES
OF THE VIRTUE OF
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA.
OXE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CURES
i vkk EFFECTED dt an y MEXMCiKE!
Im described and nworn to below.
The care of June Demee, i' one which would atTord a wide scope
for the imasinat ma to revel in. but I hare tboten rather to plare it
b. for? the public ig an (,|rlin and simple a <*}le a? possible, without
color or fiction, having a "rr that ?II that wj; nated should be true,
and susceptible of the tironjc'l proof.
'? Tho. ia to certify, thai I. Jane D^mce. igeri 'Ji years, residing at
No. 20 Main-'treet. in the nty sf l-tiea. was utlarkcd about 6ve years
since with Scrofula, wairh terminated m ?crofnlou? tanccr. For the
first four years, 1 was attended by several pbytk tau-, and look dur
in; the tune,
14 Bottlet Phcrnix Bitters,
'JO Bo-xci Life Pi!!-.
100 do. Brundreth's 'genuine; do.
3 Bottle- Pbclp'a Arcanum,
4 do. Smith's Anti-mercurial Syrup,
? do. Swaitn't Panacea,
3 do. Indian do.
Sn dollars worth of Onway'f ( Bostom Medii me, a large quantity
of Fowler's rotation of Arsenic; different preparations of Mercury,
and sthcr medicines pretcribeii during that time by my physicians.
After having exhausted all the remedies my husband tou'.d hear of
that would be likely to prolong my wretched life, 1 was reduced to
my bed. ?le re 1 lay for two yearn perfectly helpless, aad a greater
portion of the third year in the same situation, un object of pity ;
abandoned by the doctors as incurable. At this period, mv mouth,
throat, palate, and no,e, were greatly ulcerated ; my palate nearly j
destroyed ; the roof of my mouth entirely eaten away : the wing, of '
the nose with the loner portion ail gone, leaving only a unill hole
instead of the nostrils. My bead and face considerably swollen; my !
do-li nearly tone from my bones, with a continual burning fever. In
this situation, I lommencod taking Ukistol's Flcid Kxtrvit or '
SaRMI-aRILI.a. Before I bad used up the whole of one belli?. I rot
out of my bed without help, am) could walk about. I have tnken
eight bottle- in all. aud am so perfectly cured that I can go out to j
work and labor through tha day. My general health is i>- d. although
my mouth i- closed up so r.s to leave but a small roiiurf h?!c. which !
prevents mr enting, except in very -null quantities. Since I com- j
meneed using the Sarsaparilla my appcnu- has been good, aad I ran ,
cut any Iking that 1 can ret into my mouth. While I wa? taking the :
Sarsaparilla, I paid no particular attention to diet, but eat all kinds '
of food that my nppmse craved.
I am s.ni-fi'd that my life has been preserved and my health en- j
lirely restored by the blessing of find, and the u-e of Bri-tul's Fluid !
Extract oC Sarsaparilla, and that alone, without the usa of any other
medicine, and after all others bad failed to effect a cure.
Hire. August 1, It 10.
St.-.tc ei Ncw-Y?rk, Y
City of llica. j**
On this first day of August, 1640, came before ms the above named
Jan" Demee, i? aw personally known, who being duly sworn, -ay.
thai the fore going statement made bv hsr is just and true.
Justice of the Pence ofOncida County. \\
I, KoDowti k Demee, residing at No. 29 Main-street, in the City of
(?ties, have res. the foregoing statement made by my wife June, and
knew the tame to be correct, and do further state that no other in?-di
ciae that she bn- taken for the last five years, has ever done her any
good except Brist?!-* Fluni Extract of Sarsaparilla, which has effected
a miracle, and snatched my poor wife (although dreadfully disfirnred)
from an early grave. LODOWICK DEMEE.
Vtica, August 1, li-K>.
We the undersigned, residing in the City ef Utiea, are acquainted
with Jane und Lodowick Demee, and believe their statements to lie
correct in every particular.
John Parsons, Justice of the Peace.
Ira ("bask, do. do.
Ahky Bacon, wife of Hon. Ezekiel B ar**n.
James Dkan, County Clerk, Oneitta County.
State or New-York, }
Count* of Ontida\ j '
, is^e ' 1, James Dean, Clerk of the seid County of Oneida, do
< L. s y ''rt^y< 'k?t Ira (shuse and John Parsons, F.sqr?., who-c
^ < ri""1'" :iru subscribed to the certificate of the proof or ac
' knowlcdgcmcnt of the annexed instrument in writing, and
endorsed thereon, w ere m the tuna of taking such proof or acknowl?
edgement. Justice of die Peace in and for the said county, dwelling
in the said county, and duly authorize- to take the tame ; anil that I
am well acquainted w ith tbo band writing of such Justices, and verily
believe thai the signatures to the <r.?d ci rtificatc of proof nr acknowl?
edgment, are genuine.
I n Testimony W HEnEsr, I have hereunto set my kund and affixed
mv official seal, the fourth day of August, 1840.
JAMES DEAN, Clerk.
By James Edcab, Deputy Clerk.
J"'" Purchasers should always observe, in order to get Bristol's
genuine Sarsaparilla, that i>? written signature is en a red stamp over
the cork of the bottle.
ITT The only retail agency for the tale of Itrittott Scrssrpariliei,
in the city of New-York, is at Milhac's, l-.'l Broadway. niO
PICTORIAL II.EIMTKATIONS Of-' Tllk:
[AMIS BOOK is m well known as to need but little said. It o.i.
gists of Views In the Holy Laid, and many of the ino-t remarka?
ble objects mentioned m the Sacred Scriptures, carefully compiled
from tha-London Pictoeial Bible.
The Sixth Edition, (making 12,000 copies have been sold,) and the
Seventh is in pies-. Published and for sale at No. I2J Nassau-street,
at Srj per copy. R8BERT SEARS. ?29 mit
/ - 6 I ? *Ur\ 6 / - ?~T
'Sound* which address ll.e. ear. are toot, und die.
cne th'jrt hour; but !/ut. I'.hich stiikie the cur,
LiVis long upon the mind. the faihfut mglil
Lngrcrei the kmuuttentga trill, a Le un cf itglu."
STEN?G RAPHIC ACADEMY,
NO. ?5 MURRAY STREET, NEAR BROADWAY,
'\|R. TOWNDROVV, Professor of Stenography, would most re
2TI tpectfuUy announce t? his friends anJ the public in general,
that be has opened the above establishment, where lie purpose- teach?
ing his own peouliar rad highly approved method of writing Sik.rt
Hanu; by mean-- of winch, the exact words of any public speaker
may be rrordad as pronounced, and preserved ut a legible.form, so
as to-be read at nuy future period with the Utmost degree of ease and
facility :?fherefisre, those Ladies ami Gentlemen who feel desirous to
treasure up for future study and improvement, the many excellent ser?
mons and valuable lectures, whieli they may hear from tune'to time,
have aow a fav arable opportunity of acquiring a practical, as well us a
theoretical acquaintance with this truly interesting aud very useful
Lessons given in Schoo!? and Private Families m any part of ihr
City and its. vicinity when desired.
1 I The term- of instruction, (which cannot prove otherwise than
satisfactory,) together with the u:uuc? of those individuals to w hom
Mr. T. is permitted to refer, can be known by applying to him as
above, where he w di at all tunes lake great pleasure in explaining the
peculiarities of hi- tystem ol Short-Hand, and method of teaching the
-nine, to ?uch a- Xiaj favor him with a visit.
V Young Ueutkmen who arc anxious to qualify themselves to re?
port for the press, or teach this valuable and popular science, are es?
pecially iavited to call, as very flattering inducements can be offered
to those who may be di-posed'le engage in either pursuiL a20 tin
< 4? 14.BIS A>I> (OI.DS.
r|iIIIS is a leasoa of the year when Colds aud Coughs are very pre
i valent,andaa all Coughs tend to Consumption, every family
shoultl provide themselves with Hr. Allen's Balsam of Horehouad,
Liverwort, and Pleurisy Root If every family kept this Balsam in
the bouse, the amountof sickness, inflammat ?a of the Langs, Coughs,
Colds, mid Consumption that might be prevented or cured is incalcu?
lable. It is n iao-t excellent medicine for children, ami it is so plea?
sant to lai.e that they never refuse it. Let every family keep Pr.
Allen's Balsam. It is purely vegetable?contains no opium or deadly
PALPI TATION of the heart cared by Dr. Allen'. Balsam.
LIVER COMPLAINT effectually cured by l>r. Allen's Balsam.
NERVOUS HEADACHE finds a remedy m Dr. Mien's Balsam. ;
WHOOPING COUGH?Dr. Allen's Balsam gives immediate relief.
!_/' Sold by K. M. Guion, corner of Bowery mui Grand-street; ;
Hr. Wad-worth. Providence. General Depot and wholesale office, |
at Win. A. Tyler's, 80 Barclay-sweet, New-York. a28 |
NO HOUSE 18 FUKNIfstlIKO
ITNLESS KING'S til MKS grace its parlors. Thev ase a p. r.'ert
J series of beauty and convenience, hixury and comfort They j
are known ii? follows :
1? Kla-tir Revolving Chair.
2? Compensating Rocking Chair.
:j_Ladies Castor Recumbent Chair.
The above Chairs are altogether superior to any ever made in this
Countrv or imported. Those desirous of a genuine article, that is so
constructed as not to get out of order, arc re-pectfully invited to
call at 1:k- Patent Chair Warerooin. 474 Broadway. al_> .m
MOFFICE TO LET.
The splendid Basemeol Rooms in the Merchant. Exchange, ;
corner of Wall and llaaover-slrcr ts. Apply to >U \ neon
office of the Company, corner Hww "d^hT^ ?eZlr,
:i.h) ,,- J. WINCHES ri.R. oi) Ann->trect._
The third -torv of the new building No. 29 Ann-street. It
_ one of the !..-t'lt.s?ins in the city fbraPrio?ng olhe^. or any
light business, bciug lighted on three side'. Reut $150. Apply to
?29 tf H. i.KFKl.F.Y. or J. WINCHESTER. 30 Ana-st.
FOR SALE.?A Hand Wagon, nearly new, suitable for bgro?
cer, bookseller, er others?will be sold cheap. Apply at tbfJVe"
World Office, 30 Aim-street. 11
A VALUABLE-HEM KD Y.
CT TO MESSRS. PEASE <fc SONSj 40 Diri?:on-?tre?t.?Yoor
valuuble preparation of Herehouad deserves a few rom-srks from ray
own experience. Being inth; habit of addressii??: frequently large
meeting., and my constitution rendered ruscepfibl* of rold from a
?esioring life. 1 foood or strength and henllb gradually decaying, my
?piriu Hnkiae. my luegs failing, and my voice faltering fast. I? fart.
I had lost all hopes, and every hour fearful ef burstiar a blood-ves-el. !
when your ilorehetind Candy aad the eure? it had effected reached
me. I believe I took but one package, when ei ery unfavorable sym|
torn disappeared, and say general health evidently improved. I feel
now regenerated so completely that I am freely empowered to ?peak
and act better t-an I did throe years ago. -My appetite is pood, and
my ;?aeral Health restored. Yea can make any use you pleas* of this
certificate, which it would be injustice to wtthold from the public as
well as vour-rif.
J. WELCH. 144 Gold-street. Brooklyn.
?TT Each Package of the stuuiae Pease's Candy a ,ign'.-J J. Pease
A Kon. a??
A VALUABLE REMEDY
FOR COUG fl_S_ AND COLDS.
None need dr*p*!lr nfter reading the followinc
I have beca troubled with a terrible aiarrtin; sough, which -ettled
on my liregs. and threatened almo-l immcsfia'.c d?*tn. 1 mad* um- o
?any rough remedies, without experiencing, any relief, and was vnda
ced to make trial af Poa?e'- Horebouad. and it afford?d immesSnte re?
lief, and I now enj-y as good healtn, ;f not bettor, than I hace for ten
year-, and would roeoasraend it to all.
E. B. ?ESEKVE. 121 First it
I have ured Pcsise's E-:"nre of Horrheimd Candy, and hare found
it an invaluable medkrine Snr the pnrpsvsc for which it is intended.
J. LINDSEY, Pa-i.>r of M. E. Church, Second -t.
I rnnde trial of the parcel of Horehonad Candy you sem a,', jiiti
nothing 1 hnve taken has afforded me any degree of the relief I have
derived from your excellent yet pleaeant remedy.
N. KELLOGG, Recent Pastor of M. E. Church, 5 Wille? st
Xo publia speaker should be n ithout Pease's Essence ef Horehound
Candy. I can cheerfully recoa.mead it. Rev. J. AVERS,
late Pastor of M. E. CV.h-eh, Halley ?t. Church Newark, X. J. '
?r inquire at 232 Broad street, Newark.
Rev. W. C. Haw ley 90 Crueby street, has al?o tested the virtues
of Peace's Candy.
Lider Knapp hu? al-o u?ej Pease'. Horeheund Can.iy aad recom?
mend- it to public <peak-r-.
Rev. J. Crawford, Pastor of the M. E Church, 18 Forsyth street,
ha- use.1 Peas*'- Mcifcruted Candy, and r?eommcudf it to all lho-e
whose avocation require- the n-e of the voice.
Rev. Dr. S. Luckey, P. E. ?>f the N. Y. Pi-trict, has n-od Pease's
Candy and recommends it to all thwse who are in seed of it* healing
nrul curative qualithsa.
Rev. Mr. Whilaker, Pastry of the Presbyterian Church. Cathartne
street, earner ?f Madison, also hs- in--J. nnd reconuncads Pwise's
Rev. .Mr. Griffin, Pastor of M. E. Centenary Church, BrookJys, also
recomm' iids Pease's Candy.
Parents will find Pease's Candy very good for the whooping cough.
TVe iiniler-ignod hare u?ed Pea?c'? Horehoutid Candy with un
Iniunded success, and recommend it to all those who are afflicted with
II. Aycrs, collector for the N. Y. York R?ikri?id Co. in "30 Second It.
near 3.1 avenue.
J. Mortimer, S3 Main street. Brooklyn, L. t.
A. B. Hloodrood, 147 York ?treet. Brooklyn.
T. Weld, 105 Dunuc it S. Jenner. 09 Henry ?t
W. T. Peak,653 Broadway. T. H. Thompson, 177 I.udlow St.
A. Whitlock. 4*0 Waler lt. J. Patten, r.'S Cedar -t.
T. H. Lyell, 7 Carroll Place.
Full 2000 testimonials hat e beeu handed in by some of our moel
popular physicians, eoun.-ello.-r, sUrgyiuon, ami must respectable citi?
zens, in performing what is promised.
lb-ware of counterfeits, if there be any. Closed on the Sabbath.
Agents?Rushton & Atpinwall in all three stores; J. Bolliun, 1
Ana st. eor. Broadway; Hue-tis A C'?. cur. of Ann mid Nassau ?l?;
Timpsoo, grocer, cor. FuUou and Wrtliajn ?as ? Keaee, 700 Rroudway ;
Hays, 133 Fulton st. Brooklyn ; T.Owen, 1 Sivth Avenue ; Cory. 1>3
Springst; Patrick, grocer,'.SMj Pearl st; Burrill, 271 Grand st; Sinitb
4: Bateson, 106 Broadway: Martine. 01 st street and '.'l!i aveuue; Teal,
416 Hudson street, and by all respectable uyocrr-.
Agent* out of tit City.?Zicber, -7 Dock-tt, Philadelphia; Red?
ding, ?'. Slate-st., Boston, Mass.; Curus ic Co., 18 Exchange Place,
New Orkan'; Robertson, 110 Baltiiaore-st.. Baltimore, Md.
CAUTION?One cannot be too particular?there ^re coui ter.'ier
abroad in obundanre. but if you are particular to sec that seien pack
age it signed J. PEASE & SON, 45 Division street, it will be -IIO.K
or K. O. just as you please to have it Copyright secured. Cocntr
merchants wishing this Candy can have it-SO percent oiTfor eastti al
PECTORAL HONS: V OF I.I V E II IVO KT.
I7AOR Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Shortness ofBreath
and all Alle, lions ol the Heart and Lungs, leading to CONSUMP?
TION. Reader, von have tried muiiv m-dicHies for your oold. Have
yon hod a battle of NOWILL'S PECTORAL HONEY OF LIVER?
WORT' Try it. It is assuredly the best medicine ever offered to tkr.
pulcir. 'nietestimonials leudared and the high eulogiunHgiven this
inst w inter from those w ho have taken it, allot at once its superior
virtue. It is fiom this ? nose that we are induced to make it as popu?
lar a. possible, though it has increasingly received the public appro?
bation amouating lo about fifty thousaod ix.tth's.per aniwn>. No puff
; or iidvertisement has done this to hoiix ou the sufferer a watery Col?
ored solution, and iHeflicaeiods mediciue, thereby hasteningndisease to
I its fatal termination?the putT alone sustaruing the hope., of the pa?
tient, until hopes are gone.
i Thr preparation of the Henev of liverwort l? srdely com|>ose?l of
i vegetable ingredients simple in Jheir nature, but in combiastioa not
. only caleulated to remove ijo immediate disease, but to invigorate the
system generally. No medieiae ever offered to the public can be said
; to have restored to health -o great a number of persons in coneump
live eomplaiats :is Nowill's Pectoral Honey euT Liverwort It shculd
be h.'pt in u'i families, to administer upon the br-< symptom of cold or
rough, as inattention ami neglect are the causes of numbers losing
thesr lives, especially in consumptive etses.
This medicine, offered to the public at the low price of Two Shil?
lings, is accessible to all. For -.de al the principal Depot, 64 Mndisnn
street, corner of Catherine. Retailed by mo-t of the principal Drug
' gists in the city, and oue in every priuopul city throughout the l-'ni
i ted States. al9 tf
nR. (.'OI'.DAK'.S JKMY OK POIMKGRA
NATE AND PERUVIAN PII.I.N_Unrivnlled
I for purifying the Blood, prepared from mild and innocent vegetables.
Al-o, Oordak's Pulnionarv Jell v. Salt II beam Ointment. ,Vc. for - ..I. :o
aOS 3f_H. M. P'ROWITT. Druggi-t, M Ibekmau-street. "
A SAFE, CHEAP AND EFFECTIVE VEGETABLE UF:
DICIIfE?FtH sale, whole, ile and retail, al 130 Feltun-st N. Y.
UrilERE may bs s-.-.'n numerous testimonials in iheir Civor. The-c
PILLS -mnd unrivalled in taeir beuficial effects m the various
di-enscs incident to the bum in system. 1 FTry them...- [ ai!C
rpilOH AS \Y. HARPER'S* COl'S.II RE.UEOY
1 for Colds, Coughs, aud Asthma-. Sold at 57J Bowery, at One
ShiUinir per bottle. " _ a23 3m
\F.W AND PO.M LAR V.OHK.
TUST PUBLISHED, at 130 Fulton-street between Nassau n. and
Broadway, " THE MERCHANTS WIDOW AND OTHER
TALES," a highly interesting little w ?rk from the pen of Mrs. C. AL
Svwvlk, neatly bound is muslin. Price 50cents.
The New-Yorker, Brothei Jonathan, New World; Evening Signal,
Ladies' Repository, xr. A.c. have expresseJ themselves iu the high?
est : Tin- of approbation of this work. a-'t>
AN IXVALl'ABI.E NATIONAL MORK.
Tjt WALKER, 112 Fulton street, has just published a handsome
la. v oluiK" of 730 pages, the Add.-esses and Mcsiages of the Presi?
dent? of the United State-, from Witshinjiou's to Harrieoa's Inhc/u
ra! iddress, together w ith the Declaration of Independence, and Con?
stitution of the United State?, with the Amendments. The book is !h
dispensabte to the SuUesoun aad Pobtician, and no library can be
complete w itho'ii it.
XT For those who may wish :t. the puUVish-r ha^s gup -, ..-parate
editioa, with a highly fsusahed Portnut by J. II.,.(.,... K-i;. and a nta
pohtieai memoir of our late lamented PresidenL aOI ImT 3mY*
3 SPRING FLO WE US. T
S~ PRING FLOWERS-iA series of beautiful, moral Tales, by Miss
Eoc vrtos.-. ETlitress >f the Ro?r. or Siuaosr, published, and
!)?r sale m 130 Fulton-street. Pnc.- J", cents. n96
tOST.?'?n Fr -I iy uioroiiig la..:, about IS o'clock, I little i;r!
s n.im-d Hill. She i- between '.' and 10 years old?had o" a dark i
calico ,lre>? and a dark hwo<|, is a stout, healthy lookinggirl; i--up
psfod to havs been loot in or near Wsrhington Market. Any infer- i
mation respecting b-.-r will I? most gratefully received by her otSictcl :
Mother, at No. 4s} Vandam-street a27 j
COUNT E RS C AI. E JS.
TENT, using only :
'ftscS? J wi?:.??!?. ? f -.-nail
Jl_ (1 size, m perform all
-j-'j the weighing, from
i y a si OONCS to tu rn
53 n ty-eight U>?? with
B the crrate-t aocu
: Sty. Tht: u;?.n-r
?S ~^3^^~ pounids only,?the
lower beam f >r ounces and parts of an ounce. Each mark and figure
is large and distinct Attached is a bnlmre lo la-e a plate or box. and i
iu this respect will h?- founV very convenient for retarlers. Ia addition '
to the ds?h repre?ented iu the cut. each scale is provided with a strong
iron plate, nearly Sal; ejiher can be ussd at pleasure. Ne.-.t anil com- i
pact in appearance.?very accurate.?tsking less to turn t'san the old :
style of erea beams and chains,?avoiding all the inconvenience of |
chains and loo-e weiftits: moveahl? at pleasure and rombMiine all '?
thc-e advanjajej. arr offered at a vrrv-r*a??uahle price, bv
a23 Cos ? 'FUEODOKE WALSH. 114 Frout st cor. of Wall. ,
BANKS & J
'1I,TE would ravite the attention of the Ladte* of N?w-\'ork aad t?i
IT _ Uk City. Considering in? patrwoaee with which w? have hil
Goods ?? eaa vie with any; and to please all. wo keep high and low p:
to appreciate the unwearied 'tertion- of the Sabscribeis to phrase the
1 lot very rish Brocade fro? (?? "? <
15 pieee? ?er* ele-ant Satin, -tnped.
Gro de Fnr_? .-?fi por vard :u?aaHy ?old foe li?)
1 lot ntuarain: tieured Silk? 7sCd
125 piece,, figured Silk? from 4?6 tn Ps
16 ?? plain-triped " 5s to f-?6-l.
ITT Block, bine black, plara and firnre.l from 4- tn Si
38 plain gro de N?pl??. ero de Swiss from ,V6 to 6V6
LIVEN GOtsDS of every description.
DOMESTICS, a Urge stock. Tory cheap,
?mhrncicg all kind- and qaajjtie*.
LADIES, plaase c.vl! ev.imiue our rich stock of Silk? for yatv
N. V. The French. Gwrman and Italiaa Lanruaga? ?poka*.
at Tier. ot.n est?bl isi'sn ?.?.p will uhow x ?tose.
215 Greenwich, two door* below Barclsv-st.
JASON H. BOCKOVER Si CO. HAVING AGAIN RECEIVED,
by lute arrival*, a splendid _-?ort_"ut of dry goods, which
are of the latest -tvlrs. eaasistiag of
BROAD CLOTHS, wool-dyed black, inri-ihle green. West of Eng?
land, caseimeres. ?up?r black. Ovford mivs.l, London Goth.r,
doe skin; Ac . alto SATINETS for t?, 5s. 6-, 7?. and Its p?r yard.
?"ESTINGS?A Hew stvle of satia, ca.hmsrst. Valencia, Marseilles,
MOUSSELIN DE L?NES?A new and elagaat article, itnped.
figured a?d plain, blue-black, and likewise rRENTED LAWNS and
MUSLINS, iery rieh.
SILKS?Jet and hlua-blnck, Frsncb. Italian, pourt Je soi. pro .1*
afrique. fsvr -I? 6-1. 5s, 7s. and *s per yard : and also BOMBAZINES,
jet and bine-black.
PRINTS?t beautiful style of French. English. Bristol. Dover.
M inchenter, M?rr:in.irk. Str. Over 10,000 yards of vanotts kia.ls, for
6d. ?d. 10.1. 1*, Ii f.d..?. -iv 6.1. and "t- per yard.
HOSIERY of every description, black and wkit* English silk (or
6s, --. and 12s per parr: cotton black, white and colored, both nhhed
Sewing ?ilk. mehair. Iis!" thread, roti-rei and kid CLOVES.
And also numerous articles of goods that are always kept for sulc. by
merchant.-', which uill be sold at the lu?e.t rate? for cash.
?27 6t* J. II. ROCKOVER * CO.
NEW SPRING GOODS.
OHN R. PUDNEY. No. -I?I Broadway, corner Grand-Street, has
peuad, ami offer- for -ale, the following dc.-irable Goods, at
Rich Printe.1 Mousselin d? Laiaas.
Plain and Sana Striped do.
Black and Blue-black. Plain and Firured Silks.
Tr-arh. E-ielish and American Pnut-.
Pnnfd Lawns and Muslins.
Silk Shawls and Scarf-.
Scotch Gingham*, Linens, Lawns, Long Cloths, Lineu Cambric
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Cloves, .v.r., jt,-., .vc. a'^7 lnv
THK CHEAPEST DRY (.OOD!>l VET.
No. T2 WEST BROADWAY, near Buaoe-strect, where may
be bad Prtatod Lawns, ??!??) I.. Od. per yard : Thrcid Edciug
?Is. per yard; Bobbinett Footing, I cent per yard; French Ginghami
lOd. per yard; fine Liaen Cambric Ifcindkarchieftv Is. M;; Msdra*
do.. 1?. Cd.: buck and blue-black Silk. 3?. to 6?. per yard; Irish
Lineas.Shawls, Diapers, Bombazines, Naukiu-, Calir.*:-. Cambrics.
Sheetings, Js -, Jtc.
" cases Fine Lone Cloth Shirtings, IOd. per yard.
Red Batk bills of all -olteat Bank? takrn at par. aC7 *tt
C ARPE TINGS.
LA .M.S.BROWN. No. lril Chatham streut, have just received
-s and are now otTering frr sale:
?J<VK) yards Carpeting at.2 6
3000 .. _ .35
1S0IJ ? .4 A
1VX) ?? ?' .5 0
2300 " " .6 6 all wool.
Also, mattings, oilcloths, mg-, table ro\?r?. window shades,stair
carpeting* and rod-, ai corresponding low prices, found at this, the
cheapest Carpet Ssore m the City. I_ 4: M. S. BROWN.
a2?". lm No. lt!l Chatham it, N. V.
CHEAP DRY GOO DM.
U'M. H. PLACE. of327 Graad-straet, woakl rcpectfully call the
attention of the Ladies of New-York to hi? stock of new and
f-shionahle SPRING GOODS, consisting ?f Prints, Lawns, Di Lain?s
au.l ?.ther article- too numerous to mention, aM el' * hieb h? will sell at
the lowest prices. W M. H. PLACE, 327 Grand at
N. B. Re<l Back Buffalo Notes takanat a moderate .!>cousit. .-ch>;12t
ITIW I.OODX far Spring wear, inaludiag Siri-lo Milieil Ca?
. l simeres, Gambroons, .kc, for pant.il.Hui?: rich Silk, Marseille*',
Chally and Shtia Vertings received, and will be made up to order at
the usual liberal discount, for ready money, at the
Cash Tailoring Establishment,
a27 229 Broadway, American Hotel.
1 / 1 IRAIVDO I.E.N, CANIiELARRAS, ic?A ?ptendid assort
* * tn. i.t of hcw and elegant patterns. i?st receive,, luid for sabs by
_-.<? lai MERRITT'S A PAGE. IPO Bowery.
HOSf ERY-Jii-1 reeeivi d from auction, a gc*nl assortment ol
Hosiery of all kinds, und for sale cheap at M. HCLSE'S Cheap
Store, I22 Grand, between Broadway and Crosby street. aibelw
HAI. C. AN? ASTRAL I. AM Pf*.?Do you want a
W:mi Isom.* Lamp .: l lease call at ll)0 Uouerv. and evnmine th?
best assortment in the citr. M ER RITTS A- PAGE. aj^C. I m
BLACK ROM B A ZIN ES*? For sale cheap rt M. H?LSE'S
Cheap Store. I22 Grand street, between Broadway and Crosby
\1'A.\TEH?Cash purchasers in any number for Drugs an*
t ? Ml de :n.-s at 510 Bowery. Red Back Money taken, by
For .ale ;o above?Dr. Taylor's Balaam of Liverwort, from :i7"i
Bowery. Also, Ring's Verbena Cream, Peaseaad Riug's Candy, with
; a general assortment in t'sc line._a24 lw
ONE PRICE STORE.
1>ERSON'S ?i-hii.g to purcha-egood rhean Cl.OTHI.NG would do
well to call at I33J Chatham -t. w here they will rind the follow
ing prices:?Coats (rom SO to$12....Cloth Pants from $3 to $5....
Jacketi?cloth, ?1 "s'J to $5; satinet, $1 75 to *2 50.
J rjf. W. dk S. BARKER, in Grand street, have just re?
ceived, in addition to tltejr former large stock, severa thousand dol?
lars worth of Silk.-. ChaiTies, HoDSseline de Lainea, Bcmbazia-;*, Tag
liooi's, rn:h Silk and Satin Shaw!?. British and French Prints, together
with a great variety of Dome-tic Goods, seHmg at greatly reduced
pnee-. a20 if
RLE AC II ED SUEETI\4i,a Is. per vard, at
b23 BIRDSALL .t BCRkOLlillS. I5S <;rai-.d, cor. Centre.
NEW GOODS?NEW <.OOD?4-.MiW' GOODS.
1 I ST OPENED, several ra?e* ?ery han<l-omu phu'u and COturod
si stripe Cballys of superior quality, together with a case of ucw
! stvle primed Lawns, and -olliag verv low, at
SUTTON A. BUNDLE'S, 177 Spring, cor. Sullivan.
N. B. No deviation in price, aJ3 1-t"
3 GUEA'f KAIKJ AINS are fives in DRY GOODS at
BARKER'S, in Grand .trret. All in want of good ami cheap G.*xls
will do well to try thi? noted c-t ibli-liment, aSO tf
K!U ItO.Nsi?KI H BONN?It I It BON'S.
\splendid assortment of new style Rennet and ^ap Ribbons, of all
colors and prices, to he had low. of
SUTTON A RUNBLE, 177 Spring, ear. Sullivan.
N. P.- Miliini ry Goods in ill their raricty, ut wholesale price.. a^.'l I2f
BENNETI' .V RHODES, 403 Broadway, have just received and
are receiving daily a great variety of new S,,r:..r lo*>ds, aiaun;
?loch will be found new styles of I'ekin, Chena, Satin Stripe, de
Laiu<a. A!-o, Rich Priuted Lana* and Muslins of the newest designs;
DE I.AINES? Just received, a lot of small figured crape De
Lames, a lieautiful article for Children'* Drc?-e?. Also, ...me
very beautiful Mousselin da Laiass for Ladies' Dresse-, all tor side
cheap at M. HELVE'S, Iii Gran? -t. ae-ir Broadway. a'gf. lw
SIEKS AND SIOCSSEEI.N DE I. A INKS.
JUST RECEIVED, a splendid assortment of rich plaid, figured and
plain, black, blue black, and colored SILKS : a good asaortmeatof
plain and figured Mous-el.n de L.-.ine?. Also, American, English, and
French Prints, together with a full and well ?e|?ct?d as-ortment of
fie latest designs of Spring and Summer G'exls?extra cheap st
Ga-ueuwieh-st. HENRY WILLIAMS A Co. agg im
CHEAP SI I. KS.
r> ECETVED This Day, from auction, i*tl piece- of new and rery
i. rich Silks, ju-l imported for city trade, comprising a very desi?
La.ije? k i-hing to pcrehase -i!k?. ran have by caJlinr at 2S1 Grand ?t.
i l-rge ?to k to make their seleeuoas from, and th? price- will ?atisfv
Bfl ? ...call of their cbuapaess._J. W. Sc 3. BARKER, ait) tf"
SIIAWI.?* !-!HIIA WES !
EN NETT A. RHODES. 405 Broadway, have ju*t received sere
ral agw styles of rich Silk SHAWLS._a23 Cf
SIIEKTINGS, MRIKTI.NGS A^fl? CALICOES.
DOMESTICS art selling a: low pneas at J. W. ?, S. BARKER'S
2->l Grand itreet.
Sheeting? vjrd wide. 6d. Verv heavy,Pd. li yard wide lOd. Frae
lone Shirtings. 7d Vary fine. Ilk!. Hcrrimack, Dover, and Fall Ri
?cr Prust?. 6d, 7d. lOd and la per vard, warranted fast colors. a20 tf j
RED BACK 3BONEV,
N all the Bank?, without etception. taken at par, at 4a 1 Grecn
ich street, where can be found a fir-t rat? assortment of Cliilhs.
ransimrrri a:i4 Veet?ujs, Print-. Sec Ac.
EZRA Y?UNG, -ISl Greenwich
N . B. The lowest prices a?ked, and no ahatrmeat._at.' ti
TliTATTENC? it but rear's |.ri<-e,. not*it;i!tsudiiicthe rmbarso j
L* I at Canton. A eeuerai aA.-ortinenl. 4-4, 5-4 -nil 6-1 al ''-^
,r. of Centre, by BIRDSALL A BJC RROtWJ?
PRINTED LAWNS?Warranted fast colors and P-a-is taa
1 nut'-icturr. at eiehteen penco. at _ ' _
^Ti BIRDSALL Sc BURROUGHS. 150 Grand st. cor. Centre.
CHINA, Gt-ASS, liVP EARTHEN WARE.
MBRRITTS AND P IGE offer for ?ale at lh"ir .-store.. No-. 10*1 Bow.
erv and :?> Grand streets, an extccssv- a.s?ortment ?f the above
r<x*K weich. t>euu: mte-ely of recent purchases said importation*,
comprisaa tiie laurst pa-.tera.?, and eoah'es them so sell at very low
^Ijrittannia Ware. Plated Castors, Table Cutlery. Ac. Ac. al3-lm.
M_\ GM AI*.
??e visiting lie City !o as rich aod varied a Steck of Dry (kwdi a? ray
beem been farored, we Aattrr o?rsv!v, tin for the same quantity of
iced roods of every style, convinced that a discerning Public knowbovr
"i sad judgement From resreat
10 boxe? wmt Sa-.m Damask, from $3 to til.
t'i?amere. Rrwcha. Merino, sad Thibs>l-w.>nl j all price*.
FRENCH, ENGLISH ASP AMRUICAN PRINTS.
2 case- French from 3? to r? per rani.
I 12 - B.gUsh. splendid, from NC to 2s6"
15 " American from fid ta U
MUCSLl.N DE LALNES AND PRINTED MUSLINS.
Very nek Fres.ch from 3*6 M : all wool.
A targe stoc4i of printed Xu>li?? from 2? to -Is
1 jvintrw, \e?ticr,, Mole-kins and Flannel*; very-low.'
'ek*>- BANKS A DING MAN,
113 301 Grund-?! corner of Orcbiud.
I SILKS, NHIVL^BOMBAZIXK!,, ALPINES,
rr?0 ALL who w,,h to pis-chase DRY GOODS w? invite their at
A leution to our SXtensivc a?d wert ?e.nd ?tock of Drv Good*,
bouCtUat audio?, an? all of the aewest ?tri??.
Picas- call sad examine our
SILKS. SH \\vi <
Black Gr? Cram for -carfs Rich damask SiU; Shawls
Black and B B rMener.ne ,R/aJ French tfeduaor, do
Flgd and stripe Pekiu faced do. ,\.w style Thrbet d?
Rich Gro dr Afrv|ue plain ..nd figd Kr?che do from-1-4 to 9-4, from 6s
Rioh colored figured and ?trip? j to -?IQ.
Pocdwherrv Silk?, enttrelv aew PRINTS
BOMBAZINES. ' |Rich French from l?i,"io4?.
Rich block and blue black of eve-,Rich real English. 1.4 tc 3?
ry -Kle and manufacture, direct,The richest ?lylo of priau from
from anetuM, and cheaper lb in ev-l ihl to l.'vd pr yard ever effervd te
er otTered. ! the Ladiea of New York.
All of ?M aliove goods are of the latc?t importation, and are oTerwd
lower than at aay other store in New.York. Ladie,, please call aud
b. convinced, at VOSBURGH * A BILL'S.
a23 1wi?- IS Catharine street, cor. 17-i-t Broadway.
LOOKING a I. ASS Kg, LOOKING GLASSES,
of tke LvacCST r>:sit:n.ions. r'?s kxtobt?Tio> ob city trad*.
FAMILIES WHO ARE ABOUT FURNISHING THEIR PAR
1 |or? with the ?b< re article, will tind it to tii.-ir ad van tage to give
u.acall. as we inten I moving our ?tore ?n the first of May : audio
avoid risk and trouble of moving, the) offer their splendid assort?
ment of lo? UN a r. l.ssr.v at about what the* co.t. 329 Pearl
street, a few doors Soath of Franklin sipiare.
n2? 3t HOOPER A BROTHERS.
TO GENTLENIE.N OF TASTE
VND FASHION.?M/.GNE TAILOR, ITC WILLIAM-STREET,
respectfully announces to the gentlemen of New-York that he i*
permanent!) located a; above, where, be Hatten himself that, having
had several yean personal experience in the Frcuch Metropolis, and
devoting his persona] attention to his work, be will be able, to make
R ASH 10 SABLE eLOTHIXC a* cheap for cash is variably, and as
;j"T"kvt as ran be pre ur.il in the Country. Thankful for past favors,
he solicit! a continuance of patronage. a27 3m
CLOTH I NU ESTABLISHMENT.
TUT Su'--cT.'>.-r having opened the slum -7 Bewert as a Fashion?
able Tailoring Estanlishmsrit, ..Trr. to his Friends mm! th? i?ui?
lie a very superior BstortmcBt of Spring Goods of the l*te?t style,
"Inch Ii? warrants to tit to the ta?te and fa.hum of all who will favor
him with their patronage. ROBERT A. B0UT0N.
The Cutting Department is superintended by Mr. Charles I to u ton,
formerly of the Iii m of Cray A It.uitou. A good assortment of ready
made Clothing always .?i band. aC<; 3iu
ORIGINAL CASH TAILORING EST A B
LISHMENT 289 Broadway, American Hotel.?li h id lone been a
subject of comnlniul with those who were in the habit of paying ready
money fur their garments, that they wore taxed for other's delinquen?
cies ; thss led to as ?trirt adherence (o t'a-h vales, through wbteh thn
d**idcr.itum of giving satisfaction to customers, and ?Aerius inducc
ments t? other-, eonld clom* be accomplished.
The subscriber is now i* receipt of i larije assortment of new aud
fashtonnbla goods sbr ?prine wear, which are offered for the inspection
ot'the Public under the assurance th-l the style asd finish of garments
will comport with anv other house in llio tr-ule, w hilst the reduccsl
prices cannot fail to offer inducement* to purohaaers.
Strainers in the cite requiring irarnient. would do well l? call be?
fore pun basilic elsewhere. ~ WM. T. JENNINGS. Agent,
nSB tf Lato Lynda Si Jenninjrs.
AL FRETS SVIITII,
Yf ERC IIA NT TAILOR, 1S6 FULTON-STREET, has
1*1 on hand a woH .elected BSSOrtmcnl of Cloths, CaseimCees and
Ve?tinp?, suited to the season, wlnrh he offers to make up for the
public generally in the very best manner, at extremely low prices for
Cash on delivery. a2G:ly
|7I STAB Ii f Mil BI.15 NT forGnrments of the lirst quality, rea?
ls dy mode, IKS Broadway, American Hotel. The same will be
found of great convenience to riiti/.tww mid Strangers who in casce of
emergency way require frrst rat? articles. WM.T. JENNINGS,
n2t I.nte Lynde & Jeiiiiingf.
ROMjKI) (.F.RM?N silver."
JAMES G. MOFFET, 121 I*rince strtset. near Wooster, would par
lieularly call the attention of Hardware Dealers ami Manufacturer*
to his superior article of German Silver, which ke offers for sale whole?
sale and reta?, of nil thicknesses, and warranLs it equal to nuy, either
Foreign or Domestic, for color and Mifluesa. aJS3 tf
/ ?OLD PRINTING INK.-For sale, a - mall invoice of
vJ Ant quality Gobi Printing Ink and Brsnze, imported from Lon?
don by the liritnh Queen. It will be sold for cost Apply to
a-7 tf J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-st.
A M ERIC AN M USE UM.
nRO.lDir.ir. OPPOSITE ST. PAUL'S eiJURtlM.
WINCHELL I?the laugh ible, droll and oririnol delineator of Scotch,
Irish Du trh. French. Yankee and other characters?
Dr. COLXYER .'?Tl.tientilie cxporimenler on Animal Magnetism;
Mona andMadami SANDERBEK; the unrivalled utstaument imitators
?all on the same Evening!
Mr. Winehell?INNS and OUTS, or Landlords and Travellers, a
Colloquy in ?rx voices. A hungry sprig of the Emerald Isle. \ gouty
cockney. Gregory, an eye servant good at apologies; good for
nothing else. Simon, up stair?. Muffle, a Itabls. boy, who is cured
of stammering by singing. Travellers, who would eat every thing in
creation but nothirg in creation 10 give them.
TRIP TO NI AGARA FALLS?An original imitative soag by Mr.
W. Passeugers :n the car; an old gentleman and Ins lady, which is
the oldest' A tender mother: crying infant: pas.enyers annoyed;
baby talk ; Cros?iug the Furry; View of the Falls, punuiug ; FilX
osopbical reasons by a Yankee.
The MENAGERIE?An original Burletta, ?y Mr. W. Sbowataa;
natural and WonderiV gifts of eloquence; harangue to the multitude
around the menagerie; old woman : elephant; lion; old man; curi?
ous leathered specimens of animated natura; zoelogienl concert
Dutchman, or Mynheer Johannes Van .SlisseiibidalcowvenhowvcB
V?ufler's travel- in New York i i search of his sou in the East Indies;
interesting children; genius, precocity of; business unsuccessful;
ns. le in New-York, vor; rich.
YANK EE ISM?Original, Sv Mr. W. Visit to the Museom : ?hak
'?liig hands ; push or pull; curiosities ; ihisga tew hum ; Sail's lir?l al?
lem [li at beau cali liurg._To I?' varied each evening.
In the course of the evening, the celebrated Mom. and Madame
Canderbek will appear ami execute a beautiful adanta German Air,
imitating the Engli-a Bugle and Scotch Bagpipes! Madainn Cander?
bek wiM pre-iib- at the Harp.
At the conclusion of the above. Dr. Collyer will deliver a short lec?
ture and experiment on Animal Magnetism, on a living subject
Also exhibiting, Fauey Glass Working, and the Grand Cosmoruma.
Z 1 The performances will commence every sveningthis week at 8
j Day Visitors admitted in the eveuin? of the -ame day Free, in order
I to enable them to witness the Saloon Entertainments.
Admittance to the Museum and all die Entertainment?, ?? cents.
! Children under 10 years-of age', half-price. a26
A NI n A L .11A G N E T IH.TI.
1T?TEW-Y0RK MUSEUM, known as Peal. '. Museum, Broadway,
' Ll opposite th? City Hall and Park.,?The public is respectfully in
firmed that a series of curious and peculiarly interesting Experiment*
i will tJt? place on the subject of Animal Magnetism, or sh? nervo-vitnl
tluid whn h pervades ill animated being*. The pbeaotnexaexhibited
darin; the magnetic state, cannet fail to elicit the attention ?/ the phi?
losophical nail -cieHtifie.
The exhibition will lake place every evening this week, ut * o'cloek,
ia the Lecture R.som of the Mu??.uiu. Private. eviuUitiou during the
D.iv visiters to the Museum sre admitted oh the same evening free
of charge. Admission to all, 2j cents. Cfcndreu half price. ar9
KO.TIE AND RAY OF ISLANDS*.
[Open every day, and brilliantly illuminated five evenings a week.]
OWING to the great increase uf the number ofVisitors to theas
splendid Panoramas, the proprietors give notice that the Rotun?
da in Prince .trect,'near Broadway, will continue open every day,
Sundaysexaeptad, from 0 in the morning till dusk, aud every evening,
except Saturday and Sunday, from 71 ro 9J, when full explanationsot
the pictures will be given iu the gallerie-. cemsi-iirit'f at hall past 8
PEOPLE'S LINE OF sTE.t n BO AT?
>> hOU ALBANY....FJR2 8'
' The new and eomme-bous -leamboat UJ I< A, Capt.
A. H. Schultz, will leave the pierb-tween t'ortlaudt
and Liberty -treets, To-morrow Afternoon, (.Friday; April 30th, at
yon .tt.it.4 sr ? PASS AUE V.
The new steamboat NORTH AMERICA, dpt. M.
*-*H. TroeadeM, lenven the atasmboal Pier h.-tw..-en
C-rtlandt and Liberty streets, To-morow Afternoon, (Friday) April
30th. at 3 o'clock._:d0 ?
WOK. ?ALE OR TO LET.
\ pleasant Country Plae?;, (suitable for a country -eat. a gsrd
"cner, or milkman,I 2J miles from the Williamsburgb Frrrry,
ceosistieg of a substantial, well-finished and eonvenient house, ban*,
well ?f exr-.llent water. ? :-tern. Ae. with from two to ten acres of
good land, part wood. It will be sold a bargain, or let at a moderate
rent to a good tenant. The -ituation is high and healthy, with a tine
v lew cf the surrounding country. Peeeeeeion can be h id rnm?deite)y
Enquire of ' BI.EfK KKR St. VAN DYKE,
al9 2w* 13 Broad -t. mi at 7?S'.nal rt.
^gi TO LET.
_SB A splendid large Room on the -ocoe.l door Us <"ath,Kine
"""^"street, with gIn.-? doer- extending to the fieor, and balcony
in frout. It is well adapted to the Carpeting bu'in-s*.
Also, a large Room ou the third door, suitable for a Select School
or Printing Office.
AL-o, a nember of Room-, suitable for Work-Shops. They are all
well lighted, and have a good en'-ance.
Also, the Cabinet Establishment, one of the be-t situations in the
Citv. with large and coraun*bou? Work-Shops, att.ich.sl. Apply to
A. MATHEWfl & SON, "J= Catharine-et, oo the Premises,
rti iw or to C. MATHEWS, -J3 Nas?au-?t