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MA KINK LIST.
PORT OF NEW-YORK, MAY i. 1841.
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- latest advices.
: April 7 | Havr*. Miiliri-ct, April .r>. I N. Orleans, April 30.
SteaBisrGrc.il Western, Hoskins, Bristol.
.?hip? Cambridge, Buraloy, Liverpool; !?t Jumc?. Sebor, Louiion
Barque Mary .t Jan?.-, Hamburg.
Hrif- Jjiui-- Hay, Mo card, St John'? ; Spartan. flooding. Portland :
.Viord, Maltson. Stellt?.
Sehr? Orleans, Kldndf e. Elizabethtown, X C ; United States, Alex
asder, Portsmouth; Austin, Perkins,-; Dolphin. Murphy, Yar
Ship KIim A Susan. Diilmghani. C7 days from Buenos Ay re-, with
Hill**. to captain onboard.
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CONTENTS OF YllE NEW-YORKER
For Satartlay, May 1*1.
l. Letters most the Mediterranean, by an American Laity.
The third-Letter of tbis interesting ?cnr- is publi-he-l is the New
Yorker for to-day. It civs- a full und graphic description of the cele?
brated fortifications at Gibraltar.
U. shakespeare, by Thomas CaRLTLE: Another eloquent and
impressive extract From this prcat Critic's Lectureson Heroes and ;
III. thouckts on Lasor, from the 'Dial?a continuation of the j
article Commenced m the last New-Yorker.
IV. Barnabv Rodge, by'Bos'?Another Part? the la-: winch has
been received ia thi- ci .ntry.
V. Poetrv. Original and Selected -an excellent and most interest- ?
VI. EXCERPTS, ef kinds, frero the latest and m?st popular-pub- '
licalions of l-'.un !?? ;.;?<; America.
VII. Editorials or. all the topic* of general interest;?the nomina?
tion ofMr. Tyler to the Vice Presidency at Harrisburgh,?Virginia ?
Election?Steamboat Accidents, Ac., A-c.
VIII. Lrrt 1 ,k', NoTtvEt?of Disraeli'! Miscellanies ofLitcratnre,
EC. Literary Intelligence?American und Foreign.
X. KrEMCTtox of Personal Property?Report of Hon. Mark
H.'Sibley on this interesting subject in ;l?e State Senate, on/be
XI. Commercial and Money Mattfrs, with a full account of the
Markets for t <e week.
Ter""- for th..- Folio ?2. and fur the Quarto Edition, ?M per r.Enurn
BuhSCripConS received at the office by
H. GREELEY & CO.. No. 30 Aan-streeL j
\\ROTH ER JONATI IA N.
Content* for Mnturdai next, cTEny I, 1S4J.
Poor Bridget; A Tale of Emigration. By H. Hastings Weld
illustrated ?ith a large and beautiful Engraving.
The Would or London.?From Blackwood for April.
Charles O'Mallet,?Two new Chapters.
Music.?'1 Futlier, do not weep!" A Ballad, by Mr-. HenryShelton.
Jiow first published in this CouKry.
BaRN a by RueOE.?Two Chapter..
The Cost of a RirCTATtoN.?A thrilling Sketch f#;n Tail's Lon.
Flowers or Hemp; <?*, The Newoate Garland.?A capital Sa
t re. frero Tail's London Magazine for April.
Watch Returns, City News, Foreign News, per Steamship Great i
Western, News of the Week, .vc, Ac.
Price Six Cents a Copy.
Orricc ICS Nastau-streeL
THE NEW WORLD.
For the Week ending Tlay I, 1841.
I. The Sermon <sn Death?Preached by the Rev. Orville Dewey, i
D. !>.. in the t'?urch of the Messiah, on the Sunday subsequent to j
the demise of the late President of the United State-.
II. A Discourse delivered in Philadelphia, on the Death of Geo?r;il
Hamsun, by Rev. Ceo. W. Bethune, n. I).
III. Barnabv IU-dge?By Boa?Pan including two new chapters.
IV. Ten Thousand a Yuan. (Continued.)
V. The Eoccational Retirements cr a Momcspathic Pnvsi- j
VI. Original Poetry?"The Spirit? of Air," by J. McLellaa, Jr.? :
? A Tale of Charleeembc Village," by Henry Watson, Esq.?"The '
VII. blackberry Piskinc?A Yankee Story, capitally told.
vill. Interesting Extracts from Foreign Jeornais received by the !
IX. Washington Correstosdencr.. full and complete Domestic In- '
teBigeace, fcc, Ac.
Terms, $.1 a year, tu advance, ?<r $"? for two copies. Single copies ,
? ceuts. Subscriptions receivad at the oCBce of publication, 30 Ann- '
street. J. WINCHESTER, Publisher. ?30 2i
This Bnv Published.
ARCTtTRU*! NO. VI, FOR MAY.
I; The First Presidential Death. II. Nathaniel Hawthorne. III. Tn- i
ele Tnlk. IV. Thomas Babington Macaulay. V. A few Thoughts on
Woman. VI. Unpublished Lectures on tlto Revolutions of Modern
Europe, by Thomas Carlyle. VII. The City Article; The Virginia i
Controversy. VIU. The Fine Arts; The Apollo Association, Brack- '
ett'i Binding of Satan. IX. The Loiterer: Combe's Notes on the 1
I'aited States; Dow, JrX, Putnnt Sermons; Ullman's Address; In- j
subordination; Western Pie try: Biographical Recreations from 1
ander the Cranium of a (iiautss., fri.m Jean Paul Richter. Iie.le\ and
Contents of the Volume. I
ml BENJAMIN C. TP.EVETT, 29 Ann-street, |
3T Ncvv-Vork DI c ? i<>t ii :;l "Society I.ectttresi.?MR. i
F. CATHERWOOD will deliver two Lectures at the Stuyverani
Institute, ou American Antiquities. These Lectures will comprise
the result- of his late journey, in company with Mr. Stephens, in
Central America. Chiapas and Yueatnn, and will embmee ndsscrip- 1
lion of th" Ruins of Copan, tluiri?:;.i. Snntn Cms ib'l Quiche. I
Geuguetenango, Oeosingo; Palenque and Uxmal. They will be :
illiutrated by accurate drawings of Temp!.-. Palaces, Scnlptured
Figures anil" Tablets, showing an advancement in the arts not
centrally su ipesed to have <\i-teil among the aborigines of Ameri
c ?. An rre.anient i f carved nl?ne. from the front ufoue of the buOd
lags, and n casting from a tablet af hieroglyphics at Palenque, wiU
An Introductory Lecture w dl bv delivered by Mr. Stephens, which
will take place on Monday evening, May 3. Mr. Catbamobd's Lec
ture*wil| follow on Vyeinesdaj evening, .rith. and Friday'cvenisg,
Ticketa for the rour**!,.*^. To be bad at the bookstores of Bart
letl A Welfn;.', Aste* Mouse, 229 Broadway, uHd T. J. Croweu, t-IO
Leeturea to cemutenoweach eveni c ?t 5o'clock.
a303t B. R. WINTHROP, Ree. Secretary, j
IT Tkc .\cw World.?Subscriptions t.> ths- Splendid M:.m
moth X >? t..:,p, r are respectfully soh'.ikii .u the cV.ce of pubiirutioo
3(: AniirStreeL A folio and quarter edition published. Turins, $3
b veer, in advance, or $5 for two copies, mailed te any part of the I
Country._a29 if j
IT To our Fricnd? down town.?for the convenience
r>f our fr,et??!- in the First War1, we have arranged with Mr. J W. ?
Hale of tl.c Merchants' Ncws-Rooms in Wall near Pearl-street; to !
receive subscripitont and tommuhication* for The Tribune. A so.v i
will always be open tlwr? for the favors of our friends from S A. M. j
till ilmk every week-day, and those wishing lo be scried with the :
paper will please leave lle-ir cautes with Mr. Hale. Single copios I
always for tale at hia News-Rootn. Price. One Cent.
: ' Brooklyn Ncsra Office, No. 70 Middiigh-street, Bid
dell's Buiii!i..:-i.?The Subscriber his the pleasure of:iufortning bit
friends and the < itizens of Brooklyn generally, thai he hxs opened an i
Other al the above named place, for the sale of all the Daily and J
VVeckh N'ewspapers publithedin New-York ami Brooklyn.
Subscriber- will Ik- served regularly ?t their residences, or places of :
tusiacss. at an early hour, by leaving their utlilr?.-ts in the book .t t^i
(?ihr,. H. GREEN.
IT Tribune sold there, and subscriptions received. a-."0 i
1 ~ (.rent IVentern.?The s: aru. r leaves This D*v. Her j
Rtter bar- arc at H il.-*- News Rih.iti. corner of Wall aai! Water-sts. j
lad wfl) close at 13 o'clock, precisely. ml U j
17 1'nivt-rs.nlit.m.?The Fourth Universalis! Society in the i
City of.New York, having purchased the boose known as the uBow- |
try Presbyterian Church," (entrance-in Elisabeth-street, just above
Walker,) will o,-?en t'ae -nine for public worship Sunday (TO-MOR
HOW) May 2d. TheServiccJ will commence at half-past 10, A. M.,
aslhalf-past 3 and half-past 7, P. M. CoBectioas will be taken up
ssraii the day f>r paying the expenses incurred ia painting and clean
aj the house. The friends of the Society,and the public ia general,
?"t invited tu attend.
?V B.?The above Church he dedicated on Wednesday evening
text (May 5th) at h ilf-past 7 o'clock ; and the pews tented for the
?aiuui? rear on Thursday evening following. ml It
?7nu?tlir? who study cleaulincw, economy and comfort, uro re
^atendesl to call at 71 Gold-.-treet and examine Wtlbt's Patent
^?icm BedsteaOS. for which the silver incduJ wa- awarded nt the
r??of the American Iu?tilutc iu I?**.!. These Bedsteads utterly pre
til?ie the possibility of any vermin ?itli-ctiii? a lodgenwnt, wlul-tin re
t* durability and cheapness, they stand unarivalled. They also
'?Jnj the hnportaat advantage of bcuis put up or taken dow u iu
?<*?tA?ito minute. An exainiunliou will prove Uiut every thing dc
"^hle u, n Uoj,u.a<i |ia. htrn couccntruU-d in this m: plv* ultra of
On Thursday evening, April 29th, bv the Rev. D-tarsn Dunbar
Nicholas C. SMITH to Coucixt R. Only, danghtsr of Jacob Ar?
nold. Est)., of this Cj(y.
fu thii rity. April 24, bv the Rev. Mr. Ricbarrfsoc. Mr. A. R. BigCs,
to Misi Mebctable Terry, both -r th ? dry.
In Uiit eity, April 30. afterathor: jllucs, Hrnry. ?onof Durael Mor?
gan, aped 15 year*.
Tho friends of tho family are inrited t<* attend hi* funeral this Sat?
urday, i afterroon at 4 o'clock.
WIICKTOArV'S coitjh i.oze^gfn,
flMIF. greatest Medicine erer yet di-cove-ed ?The astonishing ?uc
-l ce*a attending these highly popular Lozenge- . - ahntet incred.
blc to lao-e who hare not had personal ?b-cevutio:: oftbeir virtues.
Mr. Henry S. Banker, 91 Greene-street,
Mr. Stephen Smith. G6 Teath-atreet
Mr. Charles Perkins, 71 Rowery.
Mr. John Star key, Govei uscr--lrt.-et.
Re,. Mr. n-<n.o k, 417 Pearl-street.
Mr. M. P.. Martin. Vi' William-street.
Mr. K. H.Stacy, 6ti Wunster-strecl.
Mr. Ci. T. Matthews, 9 Caroline-street.
Cel. C. P. Benson, 919 Bleecker-street.
lion. fi. B. Miner, corner Bl-eeker and Cartxiov-.tr'sf t-.
And hundredsef others,have been cured of <Utrc<etnc Colds and
Cou;'l<-, ma -h rt Vtmc. and ?tten in a few h?ur?. warn thev had Dried
vnriou- other medicines for uecks in viua. The Editor- of nearly ab
tl?e City papers have used them, -and given their testimony m tbi ir
Wbolesalc and retail, at I Mi Na-ait-esreet. Agents?Chor. h. le
Bowery; Uakt, 5 Tootiae Bu:lmrr. VVall-st.; Neely, 94 Hud-on-st..
and993BI?ecker-sU: Sands, 77 Bast-Broadway; Ru?hton &Aspin
wall, tbrvr -lore-. New-York. 13'J FultOO-SL, Brook!vn : Rrdibnp. 9
A RK^IAKKABLE CASE.
jy"R. MURPHY, 90 North Sixth-street, Philadelphia, Aceat f?r
M. Shermak's Medicated Lozenges, savs that a poor woman called
at bis Office and stated that h-r dnugfatef, -e.ea years old. bad been
sick f?r Koarly tbr< ?? year*; bet Strauch was distended to the size of
a grown person's; lor anas .-.in! i??s so -wollen that che could not
wnlk or help herself, although -h- cornM eat as much a? two bihorisg
men. They nnd em., love,! tuo ielebrates) doctors, who could do
nothing for her. and had rncti her up as incurable. Her hu.-b.uid had
bees air discouraged, and abandoned all idea oftryi>g to do hrv thing
more for hrr. and lieiked to death alone to take h?r oat of hrr misery'
Mrs. Murphy, believing her ca-e to be one of Worm-, paie tier :i boa
of Sberman's Worm Lozenges, and is two days -he returned, with joy
beaming in her -yes, nnd raid the I.ozcigr. hod -aved her child's life;
after all had given her up. Tha frr-t do?e lirr.urrht away nearly a pint
of worm- in one. living msec, She had not taken two boxes before she
wrts entirely rared. haviar passed after the first iliec, which ,he could
not count, ever ?00 worms in one m eek, she was literally eotm up
with them. Another living witness of the almost miracaloas eCcacy
uf Sherman'- Lozenges. Principal laific?- in ?w-York, 1? Nassau
< tli;,!)Ki \ DIE OF WO K.TIM.
?2 HERMAN'S WORM LOZENGES will entirely destroy all kinds
O ef Worms. Ovar a million of boaw sold yearly. Dr. Zabriskie,
3 Chambers-street, I).-. liuup-r. 108 Sixth Avenue. Dr. Castle, KM do.,
and many oilier Physicians of the highest respectability, u?c tnem in
Mr. Lor-"k Cross, house carpenter, Fulton-street, rur<-H three of
hi- ihildr-n of worsa? by only one boa of Sn.'rminV Worm Lozenges.
Sold at the Warehouse, l(-S Nassan-street
Agents.?Church. 1-e Bowery , RushtenA A-pinwail. Hi William
street, 110 Broadway, and 10 Astor Hou-e; Neeley's, SSI Bleockrx
?tre*K. New-York . sod Mr*. Hayes, 139 Firltott-st.. Brooklyn. a27
sjsi*-:r.tia.v* poor MAIV'? pi.awtek, tor
ONLY ONE MULLING?warrantedbi tier than an;.- other m nse,
at whatever price they may be sold for. The Poor Man's Plaster will
cure pains (tr weakness ia any part sf the kody at weH as bai k. side or
breast : also, piles, or tcUhrur in chihlron.
.Mr. Da?id Williams, an old Revolut;on.iry soldier of Elizabeth
town. N. J., w-.-s cared of Rbsumatism by one in less dura two days,
after having suffered for :i long time in an nlmo,t helpless condition!
I Sold ut 1*6 Nassan-street, Church's. Ire1 Bowery, Sands's, 77
East Broad way, Nccly's, 291 Bleecker-sL, Halo's News Room, Wall?
st., New-York : 139 Fu-iton-i tieet, Uroeklyn ; Rrddiue, e State?t.,
Besten._ ~ nS7 tf ,
RI!.\OYATI.\G LO/t:.\GEN.-Fi.r F.m.-i. Weakues-,
an infallible remedy*.
CHARCOAL LOZENGES^-For'thosc whotrrern tbe h-ibn of using ,
Charcoal ia milk or otherwise.
NERVOUS HEADACHE?Sherman's Campkor Loeenges will give
immediate relief ia neivous or tsek headache, lowuces of spirits, de?
spondency, fnintin; and palpitation of the heart.
W. H. Atlree, Herald Ofli >?, Dr. Hunter. C8Sixth Avenue,and Cap
lain Charles Thompson, .70 Courtbuult-slreet, can fate-fy 'Jie incredu
lous of the truth oftbeir cures.
SiHUt NIPPLES cured m from one to fivu days by Skcrmau'i [*a
piliary OU. Refers to Prof. Ringhnm, 20 Spring-street.
Wholesale au.l retail, at 106 Naasaa-stsoet.
A(.i:nts.?Church's, lee Bowery, comer of Spring-street: SamVs, |
.. East Broadway; Necley'r,223Bleseker-sL; Rnsbtonst AspinwaH,
10 Astor llos.e, HO Broadway, and6C Willian-st.; Coddineton, Hud?
son, curlier .S-jiring-st.: Hale'.- News Room, 5TonitM Building, Wall?
A VALUABLE REMEDY.
XT TO MESSRS. PEASE <fc SONS, 45 Division-street.?Your
valuable preparation ef Horehound deserves n frw rrmark- from my
own experieaee. Being in the habit of addressing frequently large
nieetiugs, and my constitution rendered susceptible of col.l from a
seafaring life, I fouud my strength and ln-arth gradually decaying, my
spirits sirrkine, my lun:> f?itinc. and my voice fullering fast. In fact,
I had lost all hopes, and every hour fearful of* bursting a blood-vessel,
wheu your Uprcheuud Candy and the cares it had efTected reachtd
nie. 1 bclu ve I look but one package, when every unfavorable symp?
tom disappeared, and toy r-i:.-ral health evidently improved. 1 |Vel
now regenerated so completely that I am freely empowered to speak
and act better than I did three years ago. My appetite is gi><l, and
my general health restored. You can make any use yon please of this
certificate, which it would he injustice to without from the public as
well a< yourself.
J. WELCH; 111 Gold-street, Brooklyn.
TT Each Package of the genuine Pease's Candy is s,ghrd J. Pease
&? Sun. a2S
A YAIXABLE REMKDY~
FOR C O U ? UJi_ A fi D (OLD S.
IVone ticed ilcsnnir niter rending tlir follon -n;;
T E S T131 (I i: IA LS.
I have besii troubled with ? terrible alaming rniirh. which settled
on my longs, and threatened almost immediate death, I made u-co
innny cough remedies, without rvperiencir?-: any relief, and was indu?
ced to make trsal of Pe.w'* Horehound, und it afforded immedsnta re?
lief, and I iiow enjoy us cosk! lu alth. if not better, thun I have for trii
your*, ami would recommend it to all.
F. It. MESERVE, 121 Fir.-t.t.
I have used Pease's Essence of Horehound Candy, ami have found
it an invaluable medicine for the purpose for which it is intended.
J. LINDSEY, Pastor of M. E. Church, Second It.
I made tnul of the parcel of Horehound Candy you sent me. and
nothing I huve taken lias ntTvr.ic.l me any degree of the relief I have
derived from your excellent yet pleasant remedy.
V. KELLOGG, Recent Pa-tor of M. E. Church. 5 WiDott *t.
No publie speaker should he without Pease's Essciirc of Horehound
Candy. I ran cheerfully recommend it. Rev. J. \\ KRS,
late Pastor of M. E. Church, Uatley ?t. Char^b. Newark, N. J
or inr;iiu-e at 2!i Rroad street. Nvwurk.
Rov. W. C. Haw Icy 95 Crosby street, has also tested the virtue*
of Pease's Candy.
Elder Knapp has also used Pease's Horehound Candy and recom
mends it to public speaker-'.
Rev. J. Crawford, Pastor of the M. E Church, 10 Fersyth street,
has used Pease's Medicated Candy, and recemmend* n to all those
whose nvocutioii rci;uire? the u-c of tbe voice.
Rev. Dr. S. Lilt key, P. F. of the N. Y. District, has used Pease's
Candy aud rccommeod* it lo StlJ those who arc ih need of it* healing
ami f Hratire qualities.
Rev. Mr. Wbitaker, Pastor of the Presbyterian Cliurrh, Cathartne
stre-t. earner of Madison, also bus used, -md recosanwads Pease's
Rev. Mr. (irnlin. Paster of M. E. Centenary Cliarch, Brooklyn, al-o
recomuifud- Pease's Candy.
Parent-will find Pease's Candy very pooi! for the whooping couch.
The undersigned have u?ej Prate's Horehoand Candy with un
bounded suceess, >'i:d recommend it to all tiiose who are athjeted with
H. Ay? rs collector for the N. Y'. York Railroad Co. ia 90 Scconi! st.
near 3d avenue.
J. Mortimer, r<i Miin ?trect, Brooklyn. L. L
A. B. Bioodgood, 147 York street, Brooklyn.
T. Wet!, 105 Dunne -t. S. Jcnner, 59 Henry ?t
W. T. Peek,653 Broadway. T. H. Thompson, 177 Luolsw st.
A. Whillock, 4?1 Water st. J. Patten, 12$ Cedar st.
T. H. Lyell. 7 Carroll Place.
Full 9000 testimonial- hare been h-aiJed in by some of our most >.
popular phi -nan-, counsellors, clergymen, aud most rc.-pectablc cm- j
zens, in performing ?hat isproml-ed.
Beware of counterfeits, if there 1?? asy. Closed ou the Sabbath.
j<rrnls_Rushtonts AspinwaU in iUl three stores; J. Botlurr., I
Aaast cor. Broadway ; Huestis Si Ce. cor. of Ann und Kassau eis;
Timpsoa, grocer, cor. Fulton and William .t*; Ke4ssc. 755 Broadway j
Hays. 130 Fulton -t. Brooklyn ; T.Owen, 1 Sivth Avenue ; Cory. 193
Spring st: Patrick, grocer, 296 Pearl st; Burrill, 271 Grand st; Smith
.V Bateson, K'ti Broadway i Martine, 21 ?t street and 9tb avenue: Teal, '
416 Hudson stroct, and by all respectable grocer*.
-Igcat* out oftk* City.?Zitier, s7 DocU-st, Philadelphia i Red- !
ding. S State-st.. Bs.-ion. Mass.; Curns & Ca. IS Exchange Place, I
New Orleans ; Rohertson, 110 Baltimore-st.. Baltimore, Md.
CAUTION?One cannot be too particular--tbere are rout terftcr j
abroad in abundrtnee, but If you are particular losee that oocti psck J
age is signed J. PEASE Si SON,45 Division street, it will bo allO.K |
or K. O. just as you please to have it. Copyright secureiL Countri |
merchants wisluag thU Caadycon have itSy percent off for cush. al 1
'I,J'E COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existir.c en<iar the firm of '
-I Clask k Prestos h?? this dot- duwotved bv mutual consent.
The buiinere aercaftcr nil) be traa-aVted bv GIDEON W. PRES
roN. WILLI v.; V. CLARK,
GIDEON W. PK.ErsTt.iN.
. Dated SfJta Apr,*, jjm. ml lr
npOlpfELE A HALL i.nvr removed their Wool Wareboaie to
* No. 4St Broadway, below Exchange Pia?-.-, wlisre they o.T<.- for
-ale a full a?.ornsent of foreign and iinm<"ii- Wool, including 100
balei extra tin" Saxony, and Spnni-b Shecps and Lamb' Wool, m! 3t
no HOIXF l?* FtBMNHED
I TNLESS KING'S CHAIRS grace it- parlor-. The; arc a perfect
series of boaotv am! convenience. Ix.vury and comfort. They
arc kuouc as follows:
1? Elastic Revolving Chair.
2? Compensating lt~-k.ee Ch&.r.
3? Ladi*. Castor Uceumben: Chair.
Tae shove Chair- ar? ?Itocthcr ?nperior t? any ever made in this
Country or imported. Those desirous of a genuine article, that i? ?*
roa?true;ed as not to pet out ef order, are respectfully inrited to
"all at the Patent Can.- Warerpom. 474 RroiKta c. la.
I'RETfir.TI patent BEDSTEADS.
Cl PERIOR TO ALL OTHERS NOW IN rSF_?J. HEWITT re- ,
1 ?pecrfully infornu the Publ.c. that he eontioae. to Btaanfncture
rr.? Patent Bedsteads, -o w-H kr.ewn for i?s durability aad imosi
euer, at his old -tand. No. SO Hudson-street, nc?r Chambers. Those
unacquainted with the chsr.ieter of hi- Bedstead sre earnestly invited
to sail and examine the principle of the jotct ;n.l the enae ?ith a Inch ,
e cud i>c put tiy aoj t..kec down, Rot reqotriuj: eny bod-key. !!?? is
always happy to exhibit it. both to those ?bn ?:-t> to purchase and
those who do M He caa refer t? hundreds of oar mo-t Kfasectakle
Citizen? who have lc?ted it by use.
Also?Hair Mattraseee, Feather Beds and Pailosses. N. R. The
Southern trade supplied a22 6a
Old established boot a.nb SHOi:
STORE_WALKER 4 FREW respectfully inform ;h.-ir
friends and the public, that they keep the well known >ta?J No. 930
Canal-street, wn.-re they have on hand a large and splendid assort- j
Bttnt of fashionable Boots and Shoe*. In this assortment will h-r feund
Men's Boots, Sl^sO, S2, $2^0, and *3 per pair. Al-o. Youths" Boots,
SI, 81,50, and *2.yi p,.r pair. AK?. Lad:*-', Misses at,.! Children*
Ru-eiG?. Tie- Bad Slippers, of all c-lor- and fash-uis. aod cheape-t !3
tbi City. WALKER A. FREW?Don't mistake the number 230
Caxal-ttreet. aky In
ROLLED and PLATERS' BRASS.
* FIRST R iTE article of Relied ani Plater. Rra??. cat alwav- be '
i\ feund JAMES <>? MOFFET, 151 Prince street, near Wo?vter,
at the lowest market prices. Like*.-* a very ?uperiar article ef '
Cooper's Bras-. * u22 tf j
OFFK E ( HAIRS.-A new ..rti.e.--.. :?t in ;tie Cnud
State?, a!-o cheaper than ran be purrhit-e.l elsewhere,
KING'S Pntesl Ghnir Warcronen, 474 Broadway.
N. B.?Some of these f'hair? have tne celenrated rotary action and
balance seat. _?_"a49 1m
SI RPBISLX; < tre of CONSCRIPTION.
ICERTIFY THAT DR. ALLEN'S BALSAM has restored me to
the enjoyment of perfect health. When I commenced its u?c I
was confine.' :?. my bed. had suffered greatly from a violent couch and !
pain in my >n!f for a number of years, and often rai-cd blots! so :..?
greatly to alarm my family. I am now rc?t<.rcd. an.I by this w..niicr
fui medicine. Ob, that the siek everv where would irv it
W.M. A. GLEASON.
XT HVER COMPLAINT, Pnin in the side, difficulty of breathing.
Mr. JiJin Matthews, nf Jersey City, ?lntr? that Hr. Allen's Bal-am of
Horehannd, Liverwort and Pleurisy Root, bus cured him of Liter
i lomplaint of nice years. He had -n;T. red ranch with pain in ths- ?ide.
which would shoot up tu the shoulder; he hurl abogreat difficulty of ,
, breathinr. Three bottles has cJTected a complete mire.
IT RAISING BLOOD AND BAD COUGH CURED.?Dr. Allen's
Bil-.im Man,!- high in the estimation of the public for coring all arTcc- :
lions of the Lungs, especially Consumption, Kai-iui; Blood, and pro- ,
, tractcd Cough. Thit Paliam gives immediate relief; a short tnav
effects mi entire cure. Let the ?e-k try it. and they will rejoice. a\lt
.1 SJFE, CUT A P A VD EFFECTIVE VEGETABLE MC
DICIiVE?For -ale. wholesale and retail, at 130 Falton-st. X. Y.
\\'I1EKE may !?? sees numerous testimonial! :?tln-.r fhvor. These
tV PILLS statu! unrivalled in their bcnficiul effects m the varioni
ilisenses incident la the human ??y?lem. 3T.~Trv them.^rt a2C
TnO.rlAS W. harper'8COIrC:iI remedy
for Colds,Coughs, and Asthmas, Sold at .'.T- Bowery, at One
Shiiiinp |h-r bottle. a? Hat
j-;;;^ (,ii(.n HOUSES AND CHEAP RENT!?Call on A. B ,
"*"?HODGES, Esc|., Secretary of the Willitmsburg Fire Insnr
nnee Company, at the Office of the Company, m Grand-street, near
Ficst-street, in Williamsburg. a30 2w
^Wi for SALE or to let.
^-;^| A i loosanl Country Placs-, i-uit^ble for a country seat, sgard
cner. or mslkmaiO "I mil"* from the W?liamsburgh Ferry,
roiisi?tiup of a ?iili.tanti.il, well-finished ami coatetiteut house, barn,
well nf execlleni water, cistern, .Vc with from two to ten acres of!
C?k>d laail, j.art wckm!. Ii w ill be ->>ld a bnr"aii, or let at a moderate ?
r^iit to a food toniuit. The situation i- Inch and healthy, with a fine
ii? * of the surror.ndine countrv. Possession can be had immediately
Enquire of " BLEECKER & v an DYKE,
bJ92w" 13 Broad -t. *rnt 7!it'nnulst.
A splendid kirie I'.'wim en th<- second t!,,or in Catharine
street, a it-it pla? doers extemling to the Boer, and balcony
in from. It ,? well adapted to tie- Carpeting business.
Also, a large ItiS'Oi on the third tloor, suitable for a Si4?ct School
or PrintitiLT HlKce.
Also, a number of Reoms. siotable for Work-Shops. They are all
well lighted, ami have a rood entrance.
Also, the Cabinet Estubli.hmei t. snc of tha l est lituntiooi in the
City, with large and commodious Work-Shops, attached. Apply to
a. MA TUE WS -v SON, Cathiiritis-sU on the Promises,
B27 lw or to C. MATH EWS, iT Nassau-st.
OFFICE TO LET.
The splendid Bniemeal Room, in the Merchant*' Exchange,
"corner of Walt and Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson,
I otficr of the Company, corner Hanover and Exchange Place, or to !
a99 tf J. WINCHESTER, jli Ann -iTe-L
The third ttory of the new building No. Ann-street It
is oue of the best R.soins in the city for a Printing office, or day
1 riit busines*. ia'inir lighted on three sides. Rant$150. Applv to
?29 if ii. i* REE LEY, or J. WINCHESTER, .-1 Ann-rt.
FOR SALE.?A liana Wagon, nearly n w, snitable for gro?
cer, bookseller, or other'?wiD be ?old che.ip. Appl) a: the New
I World Office. 30 Ann-street._ air? tf
ROABDIMi EN NEAV-VORK.
GENTLEMEN visiting New-York will find a quiet and pleasant
. hs.meat the GRAHAM HOUSE, No. 63 Barclay street, where
ample aceonamsdntioM arentall tunes rc>er\ed fortraqsteut Boarders,
Bad afforded at moderate price-, by the day or week. No fr.nvs of
Tobacco or Ali oho! w ill be found to taiu; the atmosphere. N. II. A
' few permanent Boarders will be taken. ROSwELL UOSS.
New-York. April ITth. I-MI. U"
FA TS I Id \ BOARDLYG SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
WILTON, FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn.
rpHE SUMMER SESSION of ibis School will.. maieaec the ^! ?
1 of May. An interview can be liad with the Principal any day j
, trti- week. A'so, Cin .il ir? containing particnlars, at any tune ob
! mined by calHne ea the Rev. Santnel Whittlesev, in the office of tbe
Mother'- Masatztne, Brick Chnr^h Chap..-'. New-York.
alOSl" _JAMES BETTS, Principal. :
i SPRi.Y? FLOWERS. f
.' CJPRING FLOWERS?A set.f heauiifui, moral Tales, by Ml?s
l3 EocaKTOX, ESitress Tof the Rose or Sharon, published, :,r..l
ft.r sale at 130 Fulton-ttreet. Prien i3 rci.L- a'JC
AN INVALIABLE NATIONAL WORK.
EWALKER. 112 Fulton street, has ju/t published a handsome
s volume efWO pucs?. the Addresses and .Me-.ape. of the Presi.
: der.lsofthe I'uileii Stjte?. froia Washington'? to Hsrrwoa'- Innagn
i ral Address, together with th- Declaration of Independence, and C'on
-titi.tion of ths United States, with the Amendments. The boot; js in?
dispensable to the Statesman and Politician, and uo library can be
, complete without it.
J.e For those who may wi.h it. the puhh-her ha- en*, up a separate
; edition, with a bighly i-4s?hcl Portrait by J. Dnlpin, E-q. and a nou
| politiciil tnemo.r of our lara laaicnted Prc-idiuit. a21 ImT 3mi**
Ili'NT'S MERCHANTS' T| A<i AJKINE,
?.\r> COMMERCLVL REVIEW
Publi-hed Monthly_S3 per annum, in advance,
B-v ntEEMAN mi nt, editor and rRi.rr.tEroR. 1 .-2 rVt-ton-sT. .?-?. V.
THIS Periodical is devote I exclusively to the interests and wants of
the bustnesi co nun unity, aaJ .a this respect differs in iv- c?x-bc
ter from any Magazine ? ither in th?country or Europe. I; i- intend
, cd tobe b'teruUy and truly a useful work.
Its coateiti* embrace every subject connected with Commerce and
political Economy. Biographical Sket.he. of eminent merchants, .
and Essays from the ablest pen*, on Rankia?. Navigation, Manufac?
tures, Insurance,' Trade, Commerce and Mercantile haw, inclu'Uaj;
iatpnrtant decisions in the dihTtsrent courts iu t'-e United State? and
Ki:l'land, form part ef the coutents of each number; toceth.-r * jil.
official reports of all new Commercial Regulations mJ Treaties.
The Merchants' Magazine is a'?o the repository tbrautbeniis Suti*
tical ivirtiriiv.tic?. of Foreign ail Domestic TiaJc and Coimnerre,
Banking, etc. collected from official sources, ^4 cla?sifi??l in tables
valuable for present and future reference. al9 lai
IN CHANCERY.?Brroar. the Vice Cksxceli t?In
natter of the jvetitioii of Th 'ophilns B. Baldwin and Mary Corne- j
liu Baldwin, infants, to sell real estate.
By virtue of an ord.-r of the Court of Chancery made in the above
cause, the subscriber, in conjunction with Joseph W. Baldwin, wiD
sell at pubii? v. ndue, at the Merchants' Exchanxe, in the city ofNew
York, on t'ie fifteenth day of May, lafll, at 12 o\i'xk a: aooa of that
?? All that certain dwelling house and lot of ground kno^.r. by the
number one Pike?trvet, situate, lying and beim in the Seventh Ward
of ike city of Now-York, at the distance of fifty feet -i.'. inch"- to the 1
southward of Division-street. Bounded we-terly 1? fron-t by Pike
(formerly Charlotte) street, easteriv iu the tear by aa alley leading
into East Broadway, northerly by th" lots of land frontme Du isii
street, and southerly by rround formerly 0/Robert Elder: containing,
in breaith in front and reae each twenty leet feur mcher.. and in
reacti on each -id^ since tVe widening nf* Pike-street firty-five feet, |
with :h. privilege of the -aid a!!--y. or" gangway, L-aiiir.g "from Eiutt
Broadway to the rear of the said lot."
DateJ 30th April, 1-^11.
MARTIN TICHENOR. Specid Gtardmn.
N. B.?The said preausca may be purchased at private .ah-. In- i
quire on the premises. m] orf
" Y A N K E E G ARD P l\ R S S,"
(IQ AND "0 NASSAU-STREET, (one doorfrc.n John,, print* cve
yJ J ry variety of Cards, at pncea ranging lr-jm $1 75 per 10O0 up?
wards. a2j lm 1
DRY GOODS AT Wl
F. W. dt W. F. (ilLLEY
WILL (TEN THIS MORNING an exterisrro assoruoent of DOJ
* ? Mend in any -ti?re la .New-York City, ens* at die !'a-k
V\ e nre dc [rrmiri'-rf not lo be outden- in -e;i,ci. ,'h?ap uid if r>o-?i
Domestic Good* direct from the Mans fact urcrs. " ? r -
Wc bav. to bales Warwick and real ?-.out Shee:m-rs at 6d P-r
yard, Bow cold at KM. by nest of the trade.
15 ca.e- ?f Hamilton and Dover Coeur Cteths. at lOd.
5 ca.-.?? :L- super super Lei,-: Cloth-, as ?nc a* York MSB Muslia?,
only One Shilling.
10 cases very superior Prints, some entirely new patterns withia
lh? but ten day*; at onlv (tae Shilling per yard.
AUo. Shirting Stripe-, Me l>e?l quality, ut One Shilling.
A. C. A. Ticking, at Sixteen Pence.
Ail oth>-r Dome-tier -o'd iu proportion.
Wr are prepared to supyly, ou the mo-t literal terms, ail Retadcrs
onlv ?IV .all and be satisfied.
N. K-GILLKY IS TBE NAME?(30 19 THE NUMBE
The F-.-v -a. It di in. . md C-re- k Languages .-poken.
"\\"E would invite the attention of the LasHes of Vew-Tork and ta<
? v is the City. Considering ihc patronage aitn which we huve hil
Goods are can vie >? ;tn any . :.; p^-..-? all, we keep high aad low p:
to appreciate ine ut?i aried ?\erticc- of tie Sub-*riSctr> to please th?
1 lot very n-.a Brocade from 9s t" 3*
1.7 piftss rery elegaat Satin, striped.
G "0 ,le F.-urae per yard , ueoaMy sold for 12s)
1 lot mourning firx-ed Sifls- Tsf>l
25 piece- ?gurvd Silk- frora 4-?j to es
16 '? pUiu striped " ?* to 6-Od.
?-'7 ?? Block, bine blhck. plain and Scared Sem I- to S*
50 ? plain gro de Naples, oo de S*? from 3.-C to 6-6
LLVEN GOODS of every description.
DOMESTICS, a la-ir? -uv.1;. tcry cheap,
embracing all kinds aud 4?xlitie*.
LADIES, plc-isc call ;uid rxaininc oar r.c'a stock of Silks for veer
N. B. The Fr.-n. h. German and Itaiuu Languages ?pok?*.
v l: r s o n a is k e r
11 ?"HAT FURTHER PROOF CAN PF. REQUIRED than the fs<
>T HAIR RESTORATIVE, to upwards of 260 persoi
Th-v also otfer ;!ic article for sab) for the benefit of thove who pre
of success in restoring the Hair, as when applied by the Propriet?re.
Tb. Price- ar<- $1 per bottle aad <:'. per jar. For sule wholesale ai
N. P. Retailers allowed literal profit'.
AREATCT IMrROVtn IN Ft
COLO PI E Ii ROI.T'N 'ELECTRIfs
Anil Strap- for the back and loin*, are i.ow generally recommended b>
thirtv rear- experience, br Mr. Dinnefsrd, 172 New Bond-street
For sale at wholesale and retail by L. I. SEAL'S St Co., No. 164
ZGRISYVOLD St CO. respeslAilly inform ib.nr friend-and the
s public that they have removed from their old stand, 96 Maiden
Ian", t-- ?'! Liberty, corner of Nassau-street, ?her.- they will keep for
sale, at the lowest market prices for cash, a g.ncrul assortment of
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
They now otfer (br sale the following :
4o bales No. 5 to 10 . otton yira, j 4-4, .7-1 and 6- i Cantos matting
20 do do !ti to 21 do do Ingrain e.rprting,
?0 do carpet warp, j Vruit.ua do
gOO cio cotton hat!-. j Paper hangings,
109 do ,io witk, Russbi diapers,
itu do do twine, J Woolen yarns,
!50 do blk and while waddiagl Worstea d?
Whit.- kiultuiL' oitton Turkey red do
Spool thread: I Blue do Ac. Aic. ml In
DEPOT OF FAN? V DRESS ARTICLES.
?jll.K AND SATIN SCARFS, CRAVATS, POCKET HAND
* kerchiefs of entire new patterns, received by the Great Western,
arc offered for snla it reasonable pnee?, by
WM. F. JENNINGS, late Lynde St Jennings,
229 Broadway, [American Hotel.}
Cents, may in future depend upon finding at thi-- establishment a
goo? assortment of Fancy Dress Articles; of the lat-st importations,
which wdi Is." ?ftere.1 at f.nr prices. ml
[St M.S.BROWN. N... 161 Chatham Kicct, have just received
j? and are now offering for sale 1
2000 yard- Carpeting at.2 6
3000' " ?? .3 5
1-00 - ?? .-I 0
1?00 " " .5 8
S5f>0 '? ?? .o 0 all wool.
Also, mattings, oilcloths, rags, table covers, window shade*, stair
,:ar|>"tinr;s and rods, at eorrespoodlug low price". Cound at this, the
cheapest Carpet Store iu the <Tit.v. b. Si M S. BROWN,
aV!6 Im No. K.l Chatham st., N. Y.
ONE I'RK'E NTOKE.
IJERSfKVS wishing to purchnsegood . heap CLOTHING would de
well to call at 133] Chatham -t. where they will Sad thu follow?
ing price- ?Coats from 89 IO$18_Cloth Pants from *3 lo $5....
Jackets?cloth, $ i ZU to ji: ?atmet, il 75 to .*'J 5).
.v. ! ! m _J. COGSWELL
Ll JJ. W. dL N. B ARKER, in (iraad street, have jn-t re?
ceived, in addition t" their former large st-ick, severa ihousaad dol
lass worth of Silk-. Ciallies, Mou-scunc '1c Lame?. Boaibar.iae-, Tajr
Uoiu's. rich -S'lU and Salin Shawls. Rriush aad Freuch Prints, logother
wita a great variety of Domestic lioods, .uo- at greatly reduced
price*. _aSO tf
MEW GOOjOS-NEW GOODS?NEW f.OODN.
JUST OPENED, several cases very handsome plain and colored
stripeChallys.ofsuperiorqunlity, toijctiier with a aise ol* aow
-t\lc printed Lawns, an.; selliae vorr low, at
SstTTTON St RUNHLEV. 177 Spring, cor. SulHviin.
N. B. No deviation in price. aif I2t"
ET GREAT BARGAINS are givea in DRY GOODS at
BARKER'S, in C.-and .trie:. All m want of good and cheat, Gi,?ds
w ill do well to try thi- noted establishmcat aSO tf
KI IS It a NM- KIRitO >M? RIBBO .NM.
Vsplendid assortment of new sty le Benuet aud <?ap Ribboas, of all
colors und prices, to be had low, of
S?TTON .v RVNDLE, 177 Spri-.e. car. Suttlraa
N. B. Miiiiiierr Gossas in all their variety, el wholesale prke-. ail lit'
'SILKS AND 9IOVSSEIslN DE LAINES.
FUST RECEIVED, ??> -;>l^iidid assortment cf ruh pbsid, figured aud
? ' plain. Mark, blue black, and colored Sil.KS ; a :;?od x-v.irlaie.itof
plain and figured Mousselin do Laincs. AI?o, Amertena; EngUsh, and
French Prints, together wtlh B full and well fclcwlnl tisewrtraeiit of
the latest designs of Spring and Summer Goods?extra cheap at
?::<;. iiwa ii-sL HRVRY WILLIAMS Si CO. n22lm'
CUE \P MII.?M.
RECEIVED This Day, from aurtisn. .i'J pieces of new and very
rich Silks, just imported for city trade, compn-inc .1 very desi?
Ladies wishing to p;:-. 1 ise -,!!.-. can have by cidlinp at i-1 Grand st.
n large stock to make t!i ir selections from, and the prices will satisfy
all who call af their cheapness J. W. & S. BARKER. a20 tf
MSIEETINCS. SHIRTINGS AND CALICOEM.
DOMESTICS are selling at !uw price- a: J. W. & S. BARKER'S
2S1 Grand street.
Sheetings yard wide. 6d. Very heavy, BtL 11 yard iride lOd. Fine
loag Shirtings, 7,1 Very fine. 10d. Merrimack, Dover, and Fall Ri?
ver Printe, fid, 7d. 10d and Is per yard, ?r-rranted fast col.k-s. a20 tf
BED BACK MONEY,
ON all the Baaks, without exception, taken at par, at 4el Green?
wich street, where can bj found a tir-t rate assortment of Cloths,
Ca-sjiaere- . Ve.-t?ig-, Prints, Sic Szc
EZRA YOUNG, 4SI Grcrmwich-t.
N.B. The lowest prices asked, and no abatemeut. uh? tf
DE I.AINEM?.In-trereived, a lot of -mall ficured rrape De
Laiaas, 1 beautiful article f>r Children's Drosses, AUo, some
very beautiful Houeselin de Lam-- for I-idics' Dresse?, all for sale
ch-'ap at M. H?LSE'a?, 122 Grand -t. near Broadway. afifi lw
/ lIRANDOIiEM. CANDF.I-.ABRAS, .V.r.?A rs.,,1 a.-wrt
VT meal x-ni ci-^ant patterns, jast receive**, aad for -ale by
a26:In-.'_MFRRITT'S &. PAGE. 100 Bo-very.
HOSIERY?Just received from auction, a no-.d assortmeatof
Hosiery of all kinds aad for sale cheap at M. H?LSE'S Cheap
Stor<-. 122 Graud. between Broadway and Crosbv -trcet. eS9:Iw
HAS.L AND AMT RA f. LAMPS.-Bo yoa want a
JtaodSOBM Lamp3 Please il! .it Its' Bewery. and examine the
?est assortment in the city. MLRRITfi Si PAGE. i2C:!m*
LACK BOMBAZI ."V E e*?For sale chea? e t M. 11 l.LSE'S
Cheap Store, i^- Grand -treet, between Broadway und Crosby
? T.ITTIX?? v- Inn year's prices, abtwtthstaudiagtbe embargo
. ?1 at Canton. A general assortment, 4-4. 5-4 and 5-4 at Ij* Grand
? ,. fCentra, hp BIRDSALI. A BURROUGHS. oZt^
E>RINTED LAWNS?Warranted fast colors and Paru ma
Baiacture at e.chtrcn peace, at
a'J2 UIRDSALL X BURROUGHS, 150 Craari -t. cor. Centre.
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHEN WARE.
. rF.RRrTTS AND PAGE on'.-r for -ai- at their Stores, Nos. 10? Bow
.?1 ery and S35 Grand street', an extensive as-ortment of the above
paode, whic.'i. beiug eatirefy of r-ceat purcua??s aud importattsjiu-.
.-orbptises the latest patterns, and enables them to scD at very low
BritUnnia Ware, Plated Castor-. Table Cutlery, Ac. Ac at.Mm
WINDOW GLASS-3000 .American WindowGlnssnf Frank
Un, Fulton aad Delan ire brouds, comprising a ecsnnleM assort
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS?1060 box-- Fr?a
Picture Clans, of doable and single thick?ee-, of superior oual.ty
'^UGgVtSM^L^'wAR^ f->-V.s Druggists Glass
Ware from Harnmny Glass Work., embracing a general assortment
sf Vial, and Bottles. For sale ^ \v \LKER,
alfJ ff Maaiific:?r'.-s' Agents, l.J Wat,-r--t.
OLD PRINTING INK.?For -al?. a small invoice of i
.1 6>stonnlityGold Printing Ink aad P.ronxe. imported from Lou
. n bv tie Bntisb Queen. It will be sold for cost. Apply to
^"tf J. WINCHESTER. 30 Aan-*t.
, 1150 GRAND-STREET.
IESTIC GOODS, by Ihr the be?t assorltn-nt tod lowe,; prices ever
hi*, will ?eil chaaper lhan the P.ce?trcc:. Agents, a? are hire ail ottr
SILKS SILKS '
A -pie. lid a-sortm-et of blue Mack and blaek Silk?, at exceeding
lo* prices. Do do. at 3?.
SHAWLS SHAWLS:: SHAWLS"!
?troche and Edinboro Shawl?, at IS ?hiiiiug?.
Superior at *o: Extra ?upenor, at S?.
CLOTHS, CASSDtERES AND SATINETS.
I An edle., iu; treat the Great Trade Sale at Auction. Cloths, very
food, at S3; snd -o.?! enou;:i for anv man, at $1.
CASSIMERES a; onIV One Dollar.
SATINETS?Real Farnums, at 5 aud 6 Shilling?,
lower thar. they can bt,y of Jobbers, uad to the Consumer we need
) I N G M A N.
we visiting the C iW to U nah and raned ?Siosk mt Drr Goods as any
herto be.-? rar ?red, we tatter owoeir,, utat foe the tame .iu.uir.tv of
teed foods oT every rtt k, con v-ntaed thai * discernm; Ptrblic knowitow
e?e and judgement. Prom rocscaa
10 hove* e-eg-oat Satin Damask, from $3 to #11.
CvMiinff. Br?elia. Merino, and Thitsst-wool. ?n ,)rh.e.
FR&X8H, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS. "
2 et>es French" from 5? to S* per yard.
12 " H?srli?ti. ?plendiid. froai l.o to 2r6
15 ?? .Araerrean from rii is 1?
MODSUN DE LA IN ES AND PRINTED MUSLINS.
Very rich French fro.-n 3.6 to ."os?; all wool.
A laitre suvk of printed Mu-lins from 2a to Is
Canranaere*, Vest ins??, >K!v?i,iu? and Plaaaels; vervitvw.
??H?*. BANKS ft D1NG.MAN,
al3-1m 391 Graud-.t corner of Ore hard.
E'RENCES 01 yEN:
t ihn E?. I. BK ALS dk CO. are now applying SEALS'
... on their original terms. NO CHARGE WITHOUT SUCCESS.
Vr applying it them-.Ivc. which on be doue with the same certumy
101 Broadway, up stairs.
F MID yi A ? NE SI A,
KITY ASD COVDKXSATIOX.
I. HAIR ii L O V K K F: N O V A T O R s* '
tho Faculty. They arc made under the Colonel's instructions, alter
Broadway, and T. BAXTER, No. 8 Fulton-street. nstSt
F. H. CHICHESTER,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
No. 114 I'll I ton--, tied,
lm* BROOKLYN. n28
TO ?ENTLEHEN OF TANTE
VND FASHION.?M?GNE TAILOR, 176 WILLIAM-STREET?
respectAillj announces to the gentlemen of New-York ihat he ts
1 permanently located above, where, ho flatter, himself that, hnvina;
bad several years personal experience in th? Kreuch Metropolis, und
devoting his personal attention to his work, he w ill be able to make
Fashionable CLOTHtNC *? cheap for Cash invariably, and an
perfect a- can be procured in the Country. Thaukful for past favors,
he soltciu a continuance of patronage. '*? a2? Dm
FTtHE i*'.i??crib?r having opened the store 27 Bowery as a fashion
I able Tailoring Establishment, ?fters lo hi? Friends ami tn Pub?
lic a verv supcrioi assortment of Spring Goods of tlie late.t ?Ivb-,
winch h' warrants to m to the lasts mid fasbioa of all who will favor
him with their patronage. ROBERT A. BOUTON.
The Cutting Department is tuperiatended by Mr. Charles Bouton,
formerlt of the firm of Gray ft Knuten. A good assortment of ready
oiad* Clothing always on haud. i26:3m
OR I Cr I > A L C-AK1I TAILORING ESTAB?
LISHMENT, 229 Broadway, American Hotel.?It had long twn a
subjected* complaint with those who were iu the habit of paying ready
uion-y for their garments, that they were lived for other', dulmqucn
cie? ; the- led ti as -tnet adherence to Cash tales, through vrbti h the
desideratum of giving satisfaction to customers, and offering luduso
lB'nts ta others, conld alone he accomplished.
The subscriber i- now m receipt of a large assortment of new and
foshionable good. Sir spring wear, w Inch are otTiirad for the inspection
of the Public under the assurance that the style and (rtiith nf garments
wiH comport with any other bouse iu the trade, whtl-t the redactd
prices ennnet fail t? offer inducements to purchasers.
Stronger* in the tity riquiriuc garinetsts would do well w? sell be?
fore purchasing elsewhere. WM. T. JENNINGS, Agent.
nCtJ tf Late Lyilde A Jennings.
?VJ ERCII ANT TAILOR, li6 FULTON-STREET, hoc
IlT. on h ?nd a well ?eh e led ius?ortineiit of Cloths, Casiinjeres and
Vi ttings, tuited to the ?eiiton. which he offers to make up for the
public generally in the very be.l manner, at extremely low pries* (or
t'a.-h on delivery._ a2(i:ly
EMT A BLISSI vD E NT forGarmooU of the lir-t nualrty, rea?
dy made, 52!' Broadway, American Hotel. The ?ame will be
fouad of great convenience to Fiti/.ej:? and Strangers vvho iu roses of
emerifacy may require fie.t rat: article-. WM, T. JENNINGS,
u24 Late t.ruilc A Jeiuiiuea.
AMERICAN" M Us E ? Ar.
RKOt nir.tr. OPPOSITE ST. PAUL'S 9HURCH.
W1NCIIELL ?t!i" laughable, droll and original delineator of Bcoteh,
Irish Du tch, French, Yankee and other characters?
Dr. COLHYL'R !?The scientific experimenter on Animal Hsraetism;
M ons andMadams SANDERBEK, the unrivalled mstaumeni imiiutors
?all on the same Evening!
Mr. Wiechel)?INNS and OL'TS, or Landlords and Travellers, a
Colloquy iu ??x voices. A hungry sprig of tke Emerald Die. Agnuty
oackney. Gregory, aa eye tervant, rood at apologies; goad for
nortnni' else. Simon, up stairs, Murilc, a stabli bor, who \* cured
of stammering by itnghig. Triv-eller?, who would cat every thing in
creation but nolhkg in creation to give them.
TRIP TO Nl tGARA FO L.*? \n original imitative -oug by Mr.
W. Passengers iu te..- car: an old gentleman and Iii-* lady, which is
the oldest1 A tender mother; crying'infant: pn.-ongers annoyed ;
baby talk : Crossing tiic Turry : View of the Fall?, punning ; FM
osopbieal reasons by a Yankee.
The MENAGERIE?An original Burlctf?. by Mr. W. Showman;
natural and Wonderful gifts?f eloquenao; harangue to the multitude
around the menageriei old woman : elephant; lion; old mini; curi
uii. leathered specimens nf animated nature; zi?loirical concert.
Dutchman, or Mynb?er Johannes Vnn Sliesmnbidnlcowvenbowvess.
sauSTer'a trav.l- in S'ew York in -earth of hi, -on in tlie Rant Lidiee;
interesting children; genius, precocity of; buiness unsuccessful;
n?cle in New-York, very rich.
YANKEEISM?Original, ty Mr. W. Visit to the Museum; ?hak
ing hands | ps?'i or pull. cunositiei; thiags tew hum ; Sjall's firn at
:? Dipl it he lU-C iti hnrg... ,Te be varied each ev ening.
In the course of the ereninr, the celebrated Minis, and Madame
("miterbek w ill appear and execute a beautiful adanta German Air,
Imitating the English Bugle and Scotch Bagpipes! Madame Camler
bck will preside .it the Harp.
At the eoMclusK?? of-he above. Dr. Collyer will deliver s ?h?rt JesV
ture andexperimant on Animal Magnetism, on a livin? subject.
AI?o exhibiting, Fancy (ilass Working, ami the Grand Cosnioramn.
I ." The pcrfo'Rfti.ccs w,!l enmuience every evening this week at 8
Day Visitor- admitted in the evening of the same, day Free, in order
10 enable siieui lo witne-.-t'ie Saloon F.ntert.n.nnents.
Admittance to the Museum and all the Entertainments, SScents.
Children under W years of age, half-price. u26
A NIMH. IIA? N E TI H.TI.
?jVTEW-YORK MUSEUM, 'known a. Peale's Mu-eum, Brreidwsy,
.1 opposite the City H ill and Park.)?The puhlie is respectfully in?
formed t'i >i a seriei of curious and peculiarly intereating Expenmeiii*
will take place on tue ?uiticet of Animal Magnetism, or she nerro-vital
fluid win. Ii pervades ill animated beings. The phenomena inhibited
during the magnetic itatc, eann?.t foil to elicit the attention of the phi
lo?ophii al and scientific.
The exhibition will take place every evening this week, at 9 o'clock,
in the Lecture Room of tin; Museum. Privat.: exhibition during the
Day visiters to the Mj.eum ?re admitted oh the same evening free
ofcharre. Admission to all, 25 cents. Children half price. s)9
RO.TIE AND BAV OF IMLANDN.
O.ier. evrv .lav, nad briiliantlr illumiu itrd five evenings a week.J
OWING to the great increase of the number ?f Visitors to tbe*a
rn tndid Panoramas, the proprietors give notice that the Botms- *
da in Prince street, near Broadway, will continue open every day,
Sunday ?ex?cpt?d. from 0 in the moraine till du-k, nnd every evenuig-,
txcepl Saiurd iv and Sunday, from 7j to !rji ?he? full expl?mt*e?of
the pjetures ?:ll be given in the garlecie-, commencing at half pio>t 8
PEOPLE'S* LINE OF ?TEA.WBOAT8
a, r--c-o fa, FOR Ar.B.tXY... I'J>'SAljt
^ kty TnP ntyt ,.eamle.at NORTH AMERICA, Ca;* M.
it ?jv_crt?tTr*-_ i, Xruesdell, leaves the steamboat Pu r le-tweca
Ccrthn.it and Liberty -treets. To-m-*row Afternoon, (Sunday; May
2d. at 5 o'clock.
Fur pas-at-e or freight, apply to
y p C. SCHULTZ, at the otfe. or on board.
N. B. All k.nt!' of prnpeity taken only at the risk ?f tht owners
PICTORIAL ILLl'NTRATIONX OF THE
THIS li'lOK is -o weli kuow n x? to need but little said. It con
of Vien - Iu the Holy Lard, and many of the mo.t remarka?
ble objects mentiooed in Ihe Sacred Scriptures, carefully compiled
from thy Iaisoos PlCTORtsl BieLr.
The Sixth Edihon. ma*.Kig 12,0esj copies h?ve been sold.) and the
S> vc th it In vr.?. Published and for rale ?t No. I22| Nassnu-treet,
atVj per eopy._ ROBERT SEARS. a29 ltnui_
"rollkd ?f.rm,\.\ su.v er.
J\MF."' G. HOFFET, 171 Prinze -trcct, near VVooeter; would par
tieularty call the attention of Hardt? are Dotier. au.l A'^uufacturers
tohi. superior article ef German Silver, which he offen f.?- ?dcwhoJe
sale and ret.-i.-t. of ?11 thickues-.-s, and warrants it t.1UaJ to auy, ?thec
Foreign or Domeetic, for coior unl ?oftues?. a2i tf