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75 sham USlto-k: this ?k [8 ?saare. Dd*VHirt:t?dj 98
j- .? ,i? . cH.h.. 1- 50 du <!<>.h tads r-'
! f Tb3d- I8J150 da XA Trust... 3d. lOj
yn Z-cas* 18 25 .1- da. ...b uext wk lOj
S d' Z?30.1s IT 50 do du. 15 da 103
?? do do "'"'s.taia-k 174 25 do do.t 15ds 10,
S j,.'" . .h?ids i- io-i do do.b?ods loi
?X do do.::. n: tsi .!.. d?. lo
JL i?.cash H j 30 do Bank ofStateN Y. 50J
56 do do.blOds 18 125 da Mohawk R. Co
100 do do. IT! 1^" '1" HarlemR . 284.
'3 do do. ni loo .io d?. 2?,
^ jn d*.cash 17?|250 do do._sCods g
IS do do.? tlii? *k IT*' !1 do d<-. 29
do ?V?.?5d? IT*" .V? do do .b'dOds i-i
100 do do_next week 17j 100 do do..Cods C
2S do Del * Hod. 17- i r. do do. 28
rj. i0 do.????o d- 'J- ton StoniagtonRb60ds 35
jvj d? do.this week 963 50 do J.,..l>:id, 3lj
25 d? do._ 9?.J| 25 do do. 31 j
1P0 du do.' Msh 98j '
gTi-bsrs?. X A Trent b u <*k 10] I 25 shares V A Trii?l. 10
jjfl do do. 1" jl25 do Stoniagtoa. 33
?X, do do.nextwk 10 i 73 <lo LIslaad.
flommcrcial und .Money matten?.
Tuesday, P. M.
About 3000 ?bar*? diflereut descriptions of Stock ?rr? sold to-d:iy,
aad prices, ia ??on;'' iastaaces, were lower. X A Trast declined j
yet cent; HaH-m do i I" S rlo Mohawk wr.t tip J per cent.
The sal?w of State Sl.-ek- w<r<
Sj.1,fH?0 Illinois Sixes, 187?. 55}
7,orV) Indiana Uni.ds. pS
5<><J Delaware A- Hudson Bonds . . ,M-'
"500 Treasury Notes, C per cm. N-'oi
The sales show an advance of ? per <-.-ut. on the Illinois Sixes, aid
j percent on the Treasury Notes Indiana Bonds are firm.
In Foreign Escbanga* th?-r?- arc but few operations, at mo,t of tbe
remittances were made by the steamer which sailed from Boston on
Ia Domestic Exchanges we can find but little activity. Tbe rates
are a* tolluws :
' pttssaelpkie.. 4 a ^(Charleston. Ha li
Rj.buK'Hd.. . 5j a 5) Mobile .mi a II
Savannah. ? '?'?> Cincinnati. r; a !?
X OrleasM. 7j a 8 Louisville. p.- a 9
Baltimore_. i; a 4i Augusta.10 a 12
Tbe Havre Packet bad $25,000 iu speci? ou board.
In th<- r ise of Lockharl against the 1- S Ba Ut, at Philadelphia. f.?r
a forfeiture "i" charter injcunseiuence >.t' rc.'M ing in redeem its bills,
tb' Court del ided iu favor of the Bunk.
By Bickncll's Philadelphia Reporter we learn that?" Money was
decidedly easier in Philadelphia dunni: thr List week. The out door
rate* on first rate paper, were ia lew instances butle r than 3 i><*r emit
per annum. Itusim -? is retting more contracted, the cautious and
prudent portion of the community being unwilling to cngagein aty
n.-w ??nt'-rpriso., in the existing condition of affair, with regard to li
naa.-e and currency."
The quantity of Flour and Wheat delivered from the Eric Canal
dunng tbe second wi ek in May, at the places named below, is as fol
West "r?y.21,407 bbl* Tlour.f..-31 bush Wheat.
Albany..61,580 do. 71 do
The Merchants' and Manufacturers' Baak ?i" ritt.loirr baa declar.
ad a semi-annual dit 'ideud offeur percenL The Exchange Bank a
dividend of four per cent, and the Itauk of Pituburg a dividend of
tare.- per < ent
Pennsylvania Canal.?There was received for tolls <>n nil the
Caaalof lh< State, dunnc the last week in April.,$9I^4-U7
And ths tir?t week in May. 68,t72.95
There was received during the same period in Islu. I37.152J33
zHtit in favor of l-ll.$22^05.13
Uowiri" ot Tea iK.liiir notes of the itauk of Illinois, made pan.Me
to II. Cafe, dated Shawncetowni June 1st, Virnette, Indian,
wub Car. in the distance. Letter ?': N?. 1250, the words -or bearer,'
very bldistinct; engraving coir..- the paper and general appearance
of the note is well calculated to deceive ths unwary?purporting to
be engraved by Rawdon, Clark A lj>., Albany.
Kt Baltimore, the cargo of Coffee per brig JAVm. Price, from Rie
??a- offered at An. tion, and -?ld it I'J u II]-Howard street Floor
ha- improve.!?receipt price l.37|; City Mills 4.65J; Susquebanna 4..V)
u I.OCf. Stocks of all descriptions light. Iu.peitii.n- of ihe week
11,442 Mil... and I? hf bb I-... .Grain?Sales prime Pennsylvania red
\Vi*.'aiai 1.80? market iure nnd wanted; Pennsylvania Rye .V a CO;
Maryland '..?; M ir la...l white ''urn 53 .. 54, yellow 5-1; Maryland <>..t
37 v 1^, ai:.l rce... Tobacco?There ?a- a fair lui-iue-s, hut buy?
ers ?ere demanding lower rates. The sales fully support quotations:
uifoiior and common ?! ? 4.50; middling t.< good ? a 7..V). good B ? SJM),
am! fino 9 a 13.00. Verj little doing in I thio T..1. >.-. ?. common to mid?
dling .'..oOi gaoil ?.."^i a C.?0. Dae re.l and wrappery 8 a 12.00; i>ri.
>. lio? at 7..".ii a io.isi, and extra wrappery l? a 17.30. The inspections
of the week eompsase 1123 hhds Maryland; 142 hhdsObio; and 32 bhds
Kentucky?total 1297 bhds.
Ncvr-Vorli Cattle TIarket.
Man 17. l-ll
Bdc ? i ?1250 at market, including 360 left over lust week, 17." were
frem the South the balance from this State. Sales reached is 950
tea..', nt u u Bs59, averaging 7J0, wit!< afair demand.
Cows ami Calves?H'.'l offered, r."> tnUen at g.">, 35 and 10.00 en. h.
SHCet* and Lambs?325 in market, all sold. Sheep at 220. to 5.00,
un'i one extra lot of 33 -old fer 10 a l-g.;.o. Lambs at 1.50 a 3.n- and
4.60 ettch?dsBHUid good;
JIav?Sales a! I n i.l&j tks 100 pounds.
Malt's at \ uclioit.
BV L. St. NOrrMAN a co.
i1'. . vK?i mo?125 hhds c?o.l Louisiana at 6j a 7J.
Molasses?Cash?25hhds Sugar House 15 a l.'>].
Wine?66 Indian bhla dry Malaga 24 a 26; 67 i casks Sweet 26 a
?6J| 71 Indian Md- do 28 a 29; ii do dry do 23 a J7.
1 pipe Sherry 33; 7 bhds Uroan do I pipe Lisbon IP; 14 | caks
du 17j a 20; I pipe Catalinian red I3L50; 24 cases Sautcrne I.62J; 39
do Claret 1.50 a 1.37.
Tea?Ii mos?177 b.ts Hyson 47 a I-; 39 chs du 50.
4 mo?gs chests Souchong 37i.
CorrEE?Cash?131 bags RioS}a$i.
R?tsisi?37 kegs Sun 2-50; 63 do Smyrna 3c; 20 do LesSca2J7J;
7.'s^ hi" do 1.S5 a l.ii.*>.
Mustaxd?29 61b bxs 121; .*. d?/. ca.o- 42j: 30 Keg* 16 ? 17.
Rtras?500 how- t? a 20.
lUKeScrEEIOa Ftsn?100 bbls Trout l."7> a i.C-gt; a hCbbb do
?g.."si. 3 uo Whit.- FLsh 1.73; 15 bbls Herring &37J.
TOBACCO?90 d%?bales Cuba 10J a .Mi.
bv i> c. ?. w. rr.Lt. i. co.
CorrEE?15 bags Rio
Claxet?120 boxes 1.65.
Sf.^?R!? 11.000 Havanna ?25.
Slv-vK?5 bo.xcs I.row ll 5}.
Horn?i'Ooo U.v Mc.
KV WM. ceearo.
Tobacco?2,3and 4 mo?14 hhds N.^th Caroliua 4.6J, average
5.0ih 3 hhds Kentw l-y merchantable 5J a 7|. t m..-. ."> hhds do -t.-m-.
damaged, C picked, ? ashi 5 cases do >? iat Leaf, inferior, 31 a ~\, do.
PORT <?!' XEW-YORK, MAY 19, 1841.
?cm rises.4 45 ' moon sl r>.3 If.
sex sets.7 121 men water..7 55
1 ati st aos ices.
Liverpool, April 20 j Hat re, indirect. April 13. | N. Orleans. May -.
Ships Columbus, Bristew, Liver|.I; Hellespont, Ellis, Havana;
U 4)1 r niton. Fuller, Phila Iclphia; Vicksburg, Berry, X Orleans.
Hann,,- Calisto, Blaucbard, Xew-Badford.
Brig. Helen Mar, Cord, Windsor; Juan * Cartcrena, Awes, Me
Sehr Cornelia, Rurnpua, N". w-Bedford ; Vera Crnz?na, Garcia,
Xsbana | I orreatcr, N. k< 1 son, iiampdcn.
Ship Scotland, Robi.11, from Liverpool 10th AnrQ. 111 ire. to R .v
B S Dyson. 240 passengers.
_Sh?i John faylor, Malmtt, from Liverpool 10th April, indze, to
Taylor A Mei n!!. 253 Passengers.
Brig Pedraza, Cr*?b\. I'1 days from lVte Cabello, roffee to P Il.ir
mony .v Co.
Brur Madison, Bulklcy, 9 days from Savanaah, cotton, to Stur"?>
:Schr Pallas, Staples, 7 days from Bangor, Umber. t?Cs^t.
BELOW?shi|> .\e\.i Buntiur. fr..ui Liverpool, with mdze to
l!i. k-.X Co. Also, uBarque, aaid to be thv Constitution, Valka.au,
Irvm Birne n.
J ' Vir???, of Bniltlittgw, Factorie?, ....: designs
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EULOGY ON PUI>U)i:\T HARRISON.
J Y ST PUBLISH E I>.
XT REV. EDWARD N. KIRK'S Eulogy en the late President
Harrison, delivered May 11th. 1841; at the Broadway Tabernacle,
from the Author's Original Manuscript. Orders may be left at the
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la this city, May 17, De Laaey Kane, lo Louisa, daagbter of Walter ,
At Romeo,Michigan, lion. Azariafa Premiss, to Htu-rict A. fiyar, ,.f
.\: Boston, Rcr. T. C. Jameson, pastor of the Third Baptist Church
in Provideuce, to Miss Lucinda L.daughter?f George I.Otis, Esq.
At Ke. i,.-. N. II. May 12, Charles V. Beniis, M. I>. t.. Elizabeth F.
daughter of William Henry, Esq.
Yesterday morning of consumption, Ttinmas Weeks, aged 29.
Hi- friends and those of the family nr.- respectfully invited to attend
hi- fiun ral to-morrow afternoon st kalfpaal i ..'< lock, without further
invitation, from the house of b*s brother-in-law, Captain Murray, C97
At Brooklvn, on Monday evening last, Daniel Lylc, formerly of
: Allworthy, Devonshire, England, aged 05.
Hi- fiend- an.I ac|u.iintiince.- ar- respectfully invited toaltaad his
' funeral u itholil further note e tin, ,la\ . (H edte -da;. fr'tH Ills hit" re?
sidence, John-street, Brooklyn, near tin: Ja ks..n it. Ferry, at ? o'i lock
! P. M.
At New-Orien .-. on ihe-JCih ?lt. George I'. Walton, son of <;??" K.
I*. Wnltan. of Montpelier, Vt. and junior publisher ..f the Vermont
Watchmau, aged -.'3. He went South last full for health, hut met
At Providence/, May 15, Elizabeth H. Burgess, wife of Thomas M.
Burges*i,aged 110 years.
A RE^KKABLE CASE.
11 It MURPHY. 90 North Sixth trcet, Philadelphia, Agent f-r
-*l Si sman's Mi heated Lozenges, saya that a poor woman called
nt bis llrii.s and stated that her daughter, seven years old, bad been
sick for nearly three >e.ir-: her stomai h was distended to the size of
a grown person's; her anus ami legs to swollen that -lie could not
?ulk or help herself, although she > ould eat a- much a- two lulsorrng
nu n. They had employed t?o iclebratcd .!. tors, who ?? nild do I
nothing for her, and had given hi r up ?? in< ?nable. Her husbapd bad
become discouraged, and abandoned all idea oftryiog t>. .1.. any thing
mor- f a her, and looked t>. .b ath alonu to take hi r out of In-r misery, i
.Mr-. .Mm pin . I., lieviug her case to be one of Worms, cave her a bo* :
of Sherman's Worm Lozengi ami is in.. day- -h.- retarned, with joy |
tsoainiiix im her .ye,, and said the Lozeitgeshad .wed hpr < biltTa life, ,
after all had given her up. Ths first dosa brought away nearly a pint
of worms in one living mass, Slie had not taken two boxei before she :
na- entirely cured, bavin? passed after lie- first dose, ?ha h she coi.L)
not count, wer S00 worms in one week. She was literally eaten up
with them. Another living witness of the almost miraculous efficacy
of Stiurmas's Lozenges. Principal Office in Now-York, IOC Nassau
street. o2S i
im; aS!/s koarhound candy
is RECOJKMEXDED lo Clurgymen. Public Srssakera and V,?:.!- '
I i-ts at a valuable compouud lor clearing the voice and strengthen- i
?us the longs.
JtVo i tkt !fac~York Hi raid.
"Receive advice from that one ?Im i- disinterested. There are .
more that take colds an.! die with CodaumptioH by sleeping in damp
rooms, either pai itcil or whitnw-ashed ; hence, tbere i- no remedy so
harmless, pleasant ami yet efficacious a- I'm-. '.- Uoarbound Candy,
i."> Division street. We would advise every family witheut a.-, excep- '
tie* lo provide themselves with this anrivallcd rem.-.!., which we
have I.a eye witnesses of it- efficacy in numberless cases; is fact
it is astonishing the virtues it pus-.? -. ThaMessrs. Pease are im
utortalising themselves both by praise for the rood their Candy has
done, ami also (heir pockets. Their i- no remedy in the who!..pe
of ?nir observation that has attained the celebrity of this valuable i
remedy. It i-tru>- that numbers of Professors haw appeared, who
have given out thai they* could effect a cure of every disease which ,
flesh is heir to, but how seldom have their result- been equalled by
tin ii pretensions. This is cot.thccase with Pease'sCompouad Hoar- :
hound Caudt : how justly then should the meed of praise be .v - 1 !
tu die Messrs. Pease tor Uia drscos'ery of their soverci-u remedy."
.M. v-r.s. J. Phase js Son :?Dear Sil?Last Saturday night I slept
in a newly painted room, and when I awoke in the morning I Snu
almost deprived of the power of my Voice, and bad a pain in my
?ide. I immediately sent for Dr. Kc;-rs, and !w -an! I could not j
live ti-1 ni'.-ht; he sind I had the painter'- ell:. !; ,.i-! palpitation of j
tin- heart, and whea they came in contact, death was invariably the :
couscqucncc I sent my son to No. 10 Aster House for one dollars I
worth ofj'OUl Candy, and I consumed two-thirds of it during th- day,
and in the afternoon whea the Doctor called to bow in- medicine
operate d, I was sitting up. and he was astonished and said h? ?eil
knew that if the medicine ho b it did Ret relieve rac my case was
hopeless ; and after, he com luded telling what a dangerous situation .
1 was in. Ac. I then divulged the secret that ! had used Pease's lloar
honnd Candy; he looked aghast at me ::;.! ?aid that I:.- would imme?
diately seud foi a large quantity of tl.i- Candy and use it all ?u..h j
cases, w inch ;.- so prevalent .it tin- season.
Ri v. Mr. C. DOWNING.
Sold at lj Dhision-strcct and 10 Astor House. ml tin
v t:\)-\oil.i i* l 5 DE. 30,000, toIh u
Ll dav?one to each house in thu City, below Nth street.
AN EXCELLENT OPPORTI NTTY TO ADVERTISE.
Far 12 lines mere, ? cents a line, and I , eat for each succeeding
i'.f ? I.in-- ?r less, 25c4uts, and t. cents after the first insertien.
Advertisements to be Isfl nt No. 1 Ann-street.
Vdvcrtisemi nts to be paid in advance after the first number,
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FIE TEEN THOISANI? COPIED!
EVERY Moving. WED N E StlAl AND FRIDAY,
IT-INGSLHY'S FREE CIRCUL.\T1NG ADVERTISER.?The
e\ above sheet will non be issued as above; it i- sent by carriers,
fr, e ..i co-t?rive c.pir- to eaeh Hotel, two to every plan- of public
re...rt. ai.d one to every place- af buriucss in the city. besides furnish?
ing advertiser* with ce|.for theii own u>.-.
Advertisements are the support, and nothing else?they w ill be re- j
ceived ukiiI ' o'clock th- evening before publication, at the effires,
No I Wall-street ..?d 29 Aa?^tree't, (front building, over Stooi . I
mUtf_J. L. KLNGSLEY. j
rpHlS IS TO CERTin that I have had: for aboul :'ir.? years a
I pulmonary afTection, in the st.is? termed BRONCHHES, and ;
for a portion of the ton- was under tie- !>??-; medical treatment, until
1 accideatallj in tie street met Ur. II. C. Thorpe, with ?hom 1 be
came acquainted in Savannah, in IS21, to whom I applied tor medii
ai!. whs ininiediately informed me he could rc-t.,r,- meto health and
?trcn-th. As it may appear, my health improved in four days..and
oouldl avail myself of his advice, or hi-CAP. MINANTI \. dming my
life, i feel confident that my da;. - would not be much shortened a:
consequence af thc ancction.
New-York, Januars' l?. ISil.
BxlOW JOHN BROWN. lie.-C!i ? .
" v \ n k !". e c \ r i> V e S >."
/?Q AM) to NASSAU-STREET, on- troorfrom John, prii u ev?.
vJ^ rv v.,nrtv of Cards, at pn. i s raaging irom SI 75 per 1000 up?
wards. " a--21m
TRIIOMA?I W. HARPER'S) COUGH BE.VBDT
I for Colds,Couchs, and Asthmas. Sold at 07- Bowery, a: tmo
Siiii! .- :-r b- Hie. -~ ??
G R EAT F A C I L I T V
New-York Ca?h Tailorins K-labIinhuCM,
142 Fvlion-street, near Broadway.
ET" Prom ?~bi*m to (wary-four tour- only l- r'-fl jirrrf te rursi.ii
h fu? mit, bj.|.' aad i.-i.rmKO w a stj > B*l -ti-pej.-. J by uy^tlOUM in
' the city, at a saving of 40 per ??out. from Broadway pr;<-.-?. .-tranc-rs
arriving in Ue city do ???!! ta rail and Manna-' mir -tock of Su
j portlne Cloths, Cassimercs aad Vesting*, which will always be loan.l
? lirrge aad ?.-IJ -. u-t-.-ri. Also, a foil ---?rtmert of Praii d'Ete CisB
meret-. and other l-smircr Seeds, !^>i2ht exclusively N*r Cash.
Strict pnaeruality always observed m f.tur.; ordi rs.
A few Ready-Made Garments k.-; : .-u hind fur the accuramisiitiua
ef th<>?? wishing to leave tt>e city a: a sbwrt notice.
?CT Caeb on delivery, and no abatement in prise*.
X. U.?Mr. M. Giyi.~ri> is at the bead of the Cutting Department,
devoting hi- wh?b time to that branch of tie- bu.-ue.-s?. ther.-V.' . ua
bling him to ron-Ut the ?i-he. ar.d t?-:e- of cur ? i.-iou- customers.
I Particular attention paid :? cutting Pants.
m4 tf J. r. HinTH. Aceat
(IRI'II N A ?.
cash TAILOREVC esta ISf s?SS ?I eXI .
229 Broidvay, American //? U '.
E" I: had lone b.--a ., subject of complaint with those a bo were in
the habit of paymir ready money for thl r garment-, that they were
taxed for other', delinquencies : :l;> led as strii: adherence to Ca.-h
sales, through which the desideratum of giving satisfaction to i u-to
iner*, and otTeriue inducements u> other-, sonld alone b-: accom?
The iubscriber i? now in receipt of a large assortment of new and
fashionable r..o.;. for spring nr. w bich an- elTered for the intyeclibo
of the Public under the assurance that the -t;. ie a.rd finish of garments
will comport with any other bouse in the trs.de. whii-t the reduced
price, ran net fail t? etT.-r inducements to purchasers.
Strangers in tue city requiring gurrae.-it- uoiild \U w ell t? rail l>e
fore purchasing elsewhere. WM. T. JEXXLXGS, Agent,
a??is tf I.r.te Lyud.- St Jennings.
F. H. CHICIIK-TKR.
D K A I* E II A N S> TAIL 4) It .
'in. Ill S>*ulton-s(reet,
lm* RltOWKI.YV. a?? |
niLLER oV ( kam:, KILVER PLATERS,
COACH AMI CAB LAMP MAXI I ACTUREKS,
to.) Elm, between Walker and Canal-Mtrcet*.
spOACH AND SHOW CASE MOULDING, of every description.
* A;.o, Saedb-ry and Military Cap Mounting; Block l.ett.r. Ilnbb
Bands, Holster Tips, Bridle Kr?nt-, and every other article in the
Lye attended to with neatn.tad despatch.
N. B.?Silver Plated and bra-- U??r Plate-. Also, Church po*
Number Plates nude and engraved at the ?hortest notice,
wit' Im' MII.I.KK A CR.A.ST.. lui Kim street, \. V.
no.mkthi'.'g new and economical:
rpHE PI BLIC are respectfully invited to call at 56 Houston-street,
1 between Columbia and Canon, and examin? HARRIS'.-' IM
PROVED SUMMER 0\ EXS. Tie r are thought by those who have
used them to be superior to anj tl.ing of the km ! yet invented, -is very
little fire is required by them to Make. Boil and Fry at the same time.
They are al-o warranted te perform the above, or the money will be ,
refund'-,I. GKiiRGK HARRIS, .".o ll.iii.t'.n-tr.-.-t. mi'.i lw
I HlfTSCHLER, Nanufa I <ei I S iru B - .-. c.|
*f ? lacs. A . .. wholesale ntid retail, Xo. ?.>: Chatham-su, Xew-Vork.
A large and most fashionable assortment of gentlem tn's Scarfs and
Cravats; Glovcsaud'Suspcndera; Silk and Cambria Handerchietar
Silk, ( otton and Merino Shirts aad Drawers; Tights; Silk. Cotton
and Woollen half Hose.
BOYS' SHIRTS OF EVER1 SIZE.
All of which ate offered to the public at much lower prices than .
they can be purchased at .my other establishment in the citj.
X. H.?Ro.it Club Fancy Shirts and Caps on baud, or made to
-|?0 PBI.VTERsl.-An experiei i practi : Pi
l wanted, capable ofcxecuting good work, and of superintending
tin- pre?-work is an oili.e of eight hand presses, with self-rollers, on
stereotype book work. Location in th.mntry, one day's journey
from tin- city. Wages liberal, and place permanent, if workmanship
and character are satisfactory. Xonc need apply who cannot gire i
the be.t references.
For further particulars inquire of F. J. HOSFORD, at Stationers'
Hall Office,36 Wall-street, between I and 7 ?'..;.P. M. m19 3l'
IXMTKl'ctio.'vs Dru? I Pu laud a tei
colors, will be given by Mr. F. \\. WHITLEY, at his Painting
Roam, No. 112 Fullou-strcet, and at his residence,earner of 92d street
and 6th avenue, where the most am,de provision is m ule to instruct
!si- pupil- in the above bran. In -. by furniabing ihcin with opportuni- '
tie., ofstudying from nature. nil'.i lm ,
?JTKA.U ISO AT si. HOTELS, Ar., u id w Blinds and ,'
O Pictures cf all kinds neatly exccul**!, on moderate term-, by Mr.
MILLER, So. 112 Fulton-street, ml9 lm 1
LONDON live OC packets.?Packet of
*ggS.IUth May.?The Packet Ship GLADIATOR, Thomas Britton
-*":iu.i-t.r, w ill suT as above, her res-ular day.
For pa-- ige ..r freight, having superior accommodations, apply oa
board, foot of Maulen Iahe, or to
mia r.KIXNKI.L. MINTt RX .v < <>., 7- South -t
FOR LIVERPOOL. Packet ic.?The
packet-ship GEORGE WASHINGTON A. Burrows, maatei
??w?W(II i M J|ove,||cr regular day.
K..r freight orpassagc, Inning superior accommodatioas, apply on
board; foot of Maidea-lans, or to
?19tf ORIXNKLL. MIXTI'RX -v < '>.. 7- South-street. 1
wholesale cheap camii
CiTOCK AND LINEN M \ NU FACTOR Y.?J. M. PIXKNEY.No. 53
? William street, has on band Stocks, R.is, Cellars, Glover,
Suspenders, silk and cotton Shirts and Dmwars, Crarats, Sec III
kinds and qualities of the above articles. Mercbauts are invited to
call. _ml4 Im*
?a^ \ .\ I> PAPE IS.?g ? reams of superior .j.alm. for sale by
? mlfl tf PERSSE Si BROOKS, 61 Liberty-street.
dleaciiixg powder.?10 sask i:ove
C * Bleai hing Powder, for sale by
ml'i tf I'F.RSSK A RRdOKS. Cl Libertv ?treet
CJALT.? 1000 mm k- Liverpool .-"ah.boanl -hi|> George Wa.b
' isStvn, for sale by GR1NNELL, MINTURN St CO.,
nil'.'tf 7-South?treet. \
i lOAL.?60 tons Liverpool Coal, on board ship George Wash
I ingtou, for sale by GRIXNELL, >UXTURX St m..
ml9 tf 7? South-street. 1
|> leach ed shirtings tine Wes
\y Shirtings at Oil per yard, for salebv
mi- C. R. HULL, 71 Catharii.t
j ? iSKO\V.> taU EE TING Si- .
-4**-1 Sheeiiur.- at ikl per yard, at 71 Catharine-:.
I Klsisl LIN ENS- ?'? ? i.Shin gLioi Ilse e to ?u
I perfuia from 2*3 t? Si pel yard?foil 20 per cent less th.ni u-u.i!
prices. C. R.HULL, 71:Catherine st. inl?
!>rinted lawns Reauti
M1S C. R. HULL, 71 Catharine ?t
. j *.its*.t:i1.1.1q?Ilts?3oi
^?1 sizes from ?3 tu -12 for sale by
ml? C R nUI.L,71 Catharine -t
i ) R i N ts- '?? ? tiful yard wide Prints all s6 v ird; h indsomc
I new styles D??verniid Fall Rivera! I-: splendid London Print-,
new ud rieb di oigna from 1 >6 to 2s per vard?just raceived bv
ml- * " C. R. HULL, Catharine st '
(SUAtVLN-Iticli damask 8bawl,; ..!-..; , ? h cdlbd -. ?:? ?::
?T? great variety?just received arC IC HULL'S, Catharine mls
^ILKsi-A splendid stock of rich figured plain and stripe Silks
O now otTeriuc at 71 Catharine stre t at re.in.-.-.i prices,
mlsitiitis " c. It. HULL. I
I ' jt. w. & s. barker, >a
cei?e,l, in uddilion to tls-;f former large ^tw:k. j.;v?ra thousand dol
lars ?'..-::: ? fSilks, ChaUies,Mousseline de I.ones. BombaziMSS, Tag
Woiii -, nek S'lk mal Satin Shawls, British and Freuch Print-, together
with a grant variety of Domestic Gkods. selling at greatly reduced
V\I5? SI KMVi S 1">0 FORKS. I
rtiiient. just r. .--iv.'.! rem the manufactures it Sheffield, Eng
eland, t nd for sale at umu-n..1 lew prices, K the Hardware -tore.:*;
rapery HUS L INS.?a . che and Em
broidered Drapery Mu i n. for -:J.- b?w, ..t
a29tf P. GREGORY at sun s. 175 Spriag-street.
PRINTED LAW1VS?WTs Paris ma
X nufocture at eighteen pence, it
XSX IJIRHSAi.I. A iiritROrCHS. I."-'Grni.1 st .- - i'.at-...
etc; is eat rs vist; a ins? . ? . dry goods h
BARKER'S, iu Grand street. All in want of i' ?d and ? beap i.".1
will do well to try this noted establishnr .t. a2<> tf
MATTING?At last year's prices, notwitist adtns the embargo
at Cantsit. A general assortment, ?-4. "-i and C-4 at l> tjraii-i
st. cor, of Centre, by biudsalla I'd ItROI liHS. ait
r'NION BAAK.-Th > tes Bank M atreal
will be taken at 1! per ce-t. di-ount. bv
m!7 la IL GRAY k CO, Wall-t.
c. L. NORTON',
HO Broadway, corner of < anal-??trcet.
Eu'rance from Caxsi-sireet. ar if
I>li. J. N. -t it ERRER.
PHYSICIAN AND OPHTHALMIC SURGEON,
Il ls Kf moveo ro
m7 No. S Hnrrny-sit., near Itroa?l?v:iy.
ROLLED AND PLATERS' BRASS.
4 FIRST R ATE article of Rolled u I PtaKrs Brass, always be
-a. fonud at J IMES G. MOFFET, 121 Prioci stn ? ?. near Wooster,
at the lowest market prices. Likewise - very superiar articb; of
Cooper's Kra--. a'-"2 tf
inl.T lw- PATIXSsiX'S. . <irr.tr of Xa--au and Ann-streets.
OUGAK BEET SEED.
lle;^.-it.,ry of the Am.ncau ln-?fite, in l'.rk. ml7 I?'
i BLEACHED SHEETIXG. at 1?. per yard, at
V- l B1RDSALL Sc BURROUGHS, 1" Grand, cor.Centre
A 1? C T I O N S A L E S.
BY f). DRAPER, jr.
Store 54 Williatn-itreet, earner of Pins-strat.
THURSDAY, at 10 o'clock at the A action Rem.
PACKAGE SALE OF FRENCH GOODS?100 p.. k?ge*of French
I". ? vh! s, rnmprt-iiic a gxaersl assortment ot" -tapir aud (jwy art;, |?. of
recent traportatr-a?at six month-credit. Catalogue- tead ?amoks on
ihnjnornin? of ?ale.
Kllir? \Y 51st, at 11 o'clock at the Aoctioa Rem.
LEGHOB S HATS?19 c ises, n et :???! per recent arrival-.
Cata-'osies and -stnpli> on tae morning at" rah1.
SATI'RDAY. ! .' ?;' li?-k at ti..- Auction Room.
WINE?A i!:'ji."c!o :ion ??( &i !-juv. Rs..:- and other Wines,
nstsling :n pa-t of the fbflo* big?St Emilien. 1-37: St Estepbe.lS32:
St Julien, 1835; Chateau Margaux, IS33, in ca-k?. AI?;*. :u bottle, Si
Eaieilia, IS33; St Julien, 1S3S; St Estepb*. ls3l: Elyartii Margaac,
1535; do Copersolts Comet, 1834: Mrgaux d'Exaprey, IS Partei Co
met. Ia25; do Palmer, 1633. 1527. 1835; St J?l:ea Cabaerus, IS35; Cha
teatl Haul Brioa, 1931; Grecian B? Rose, IS35- Palmer. Marserum,
1-25 aud 1->V S. Jnhcn l.eovil!-. 1-35: Chateau Lafitta, 1335, IS25 and
IS34; Margaux, 150 boxes Bordeau Claret.
Also, 200 baskets very superior Champagne. Sec. Ti:e above are
from the house of ProvencalA Barcaahauaea of Bordeaux These
wines are warranted to be as represented.
Also, 150 cases, 1 dez each. Stock Wmc-. of rery superior quality,*]
oftha house ofGoyel, l!.*-k A <"?>. Frankfort.
Also, 56 casks, 1 doz each. Sparkling Mosselte, of sum- bouse.
Also, K-j .i .z r-rv .up.-r:or Moselle, from the hon?- of Dicrland A. ?
Jordan. Ca:il..su?- .n.i samples .n the moraiag oTsalei
r. o w r X A "?I v \ A ?1 E E,
l? WILLJAM-STR1 r r.
COMTEK OF BEAVER,
HA VF. RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS.
ONE HIXDRED CASES
aple and fancy SILK GOODS, embracing almost every variety |
\lr adupie : to the sca-na.making in assottmcatworthy ofaotice,
CONSISTING DT :
CASES FRENCH PRINTS, entirely* new styles, whit*, mode
n |..i. uid black grounds, which w?l be sold lower than the
usual cost of importation.
5 cui^s PARIS MUSLINS, rich Chin-, Satin striped aad figured,
u?w -t? lea.
20 r?.c PRINTED I tWNS, of every variety, white, mode colored
and half roourniag grounds.
5 cases CHINE SILKS, extra rich, striped and ticired. adapted
t- cur trade.
10 cases-uper blue black and mode colored satin striped PR KIN
Si I. KS.
10 en... p.,-,. MUSLIN I'F. LA IN ES; plain colored, plain aad
colored satin STRIPED, n.-h figured and striped, A c.
3 cases extra rich 3-4 black and mode colored SI1.K SHAWLS,
2 case. SILK SCARFS, pktia and figured black, extra!rich Chine,
5 sases men's, women's end misses black, w iiite and colored K11 ?
GLOVES, a complete assortment, Bajou's Cbossoas, aud Noirot a.
5 ease- extra rich CAP and GARNITURE Ribbons, entirely new
styles; PLAID, BR0CI1E FIGURED, striped and fig'd Chine, Sic.
.! cases super white, black aud mole colored French Bruche
Shawl-, new pattern-.
Also, a great variety of other goods, consisting of Bombazines,
Italian Lustriugs, Luce Veils, Linea Cambric Handkerchiefs, Filet
Gloves and Mitts, Sstla Vesting* Juaces and Embroidery, India Sa
tias,Suchan Pongee, French Crap.- Sie., &C, which are s>n*cred at
REDUCED PRICES for i;'cash .Jt ?'? credit, ADDING IN?
TEREST; for approved paper. m!2 2wia
.'ANTKD?A Ph.: ? :al A ? iratus. Apply at N
11 am in.l-street. mIO Sf
ANTED?A girl to work on window shades. <>He who un?
derstands the business preferred. Apply at N?. I6S Fulton
\l' % N T K D -A journeyman philosophical iostru.at ninber?
f T one ii-e,| to both wood and brass turning. No profanity or ie
l >\ tias liquors allowed iu the shop. Inquire at 140 Nassau-street,
basement -t..rv. ml9 It
\ \ 'A NT I" I) In ? i yon:,.- lad, 12 or II years of age,
ii who is of steady habits, writes alegible hand and disposed t?
improve hi? mind. Suitable compcnsatiwn given. Apply al So. l\>
Nassau-street, back room, first i!....r. ml9 3C.
ANTED - in Am. rii in Woman to do the general bouso* erk
v ?.f .i small family. Oue who i> a good cook, washer, and ironer,
neat in her LaUii-. keeps ho company, and com.- ?eil recommended
from her last place, will have a good situation. Call at::- Vaudewnter
-tre.-t. near Pearl. No Iri-h n.I apply. uilS 3|
rANTED.?A Book-keeper, whose evenings arc disengaged,
would tik.uployraenl in writing. Ad.Ire-.- W. T. J. al this
lll I3 I w ?
AIVTED?A second hand S.,f. Bedstead, cheap
Apply I.. A. P. SMITH, 10 John-street. ml9 W'
\1' A.N T K D?Eight or Ii n girls t.. m ike str . > triimi ing, and by
vf giving nway one weeks time, good wages will be given. Also,
to learn -traw .sewing and the alteration of bonnet.-, at 351 Springs
AIVTED?A girl to do general house w-rk. T.leofgaod
character and industrioushabita steady euiploywenl and libe?
ral wages will be given. Apply at 140 Amity-,-trcct. ml.I Iw
AMTAIVTED?Bj .> good pracli il Book-keeper, a . o
vl .:. a Drj G.Is Jobbing Store Refers t.. present employers
Address 'Gregory,' at ibis >.i!i ??. mlg 2w"
/ '<) At ii Tl AN WM.NTED?To go in the Country, One
" who i- well acquainted witb hi, bii-inc.-s, and can r?m,' well re?
commended, may apply at 209 Pearl-street, belweeu 10 and 12 o'clock,
A. M. " ml9 If
p<M>riss. WITH OB WITHOI T I I RNITI Rt'
l\ WANTED.?A single gentleman, engaged in a geateel proles- |
-ion, wishes to obtain Rooms an tlic first tl.ior, or one room on the
second iloor with a privilege >m the lir-t, in a private family or
boarding bouse; won!.! board with the family if agreeable. Location
in or near Broad way, between Spring and Amity -Irc-ets. The best
of city reference- will be sn.-ii and required. Please address Denial
Surgeon, at this .>!>:.-.?. ml9 It*
OW.NKK.S WANT KD.?Four boxe? and three bales of
Merchandize, marked VV. N. C, S m a diamond, care of Noah
Cook A Con. wcreTeceived and -tore.) by the subscriber iu October
last, for which no owner can be fouuiL If not claimed they will be
sold to pay charges, and for account of theowner.
NOAH COOK Si ?'<>.. lo? Broad-streaL
New-York. M .> l-'lh. I-II. mid
PABTXER WANTED.?In .. General 'gency, \ . i
I and Commission Business, with a capital of ajew hundred dol?
lars. This i- .hi excellent opportunity for a person wuii tmall means.
Inquire at the Laud Office, No. 1 Ann-street. mil Iw
BOARDING IN NEW-YORK.
jPIENTLEMEN visiting New-York will find a quiet, and pleasant
0 hemeat the GRAHAM HOUSE, No.63 Barclay street, where
ample accoBunedatioas are at all tune- reserved for transient Boarders,
nid afforded at modcrute prices, by the day or week. No fumes of
Tobacco or Alcohol will be tbuud to Uint the atnsnsphcre. N. B. A
f, * permam al Boarders will be taken. ROSWKLL GOSS.
New-York. April ITth. leML_tf^_:
: (OA KDCB? H AM i D- \ Oeatli man au I
1 ) Ii accommodated with plensant rooms and eo...l Board at No. 21
I'o.aord -tieet. Bri.ol.l;.:.. on reasonable term-. Also, a young gentle?
man ma) be accommodated with Board at the same plai.-. ml I iif
D with genteel Board in a private family. Apply at 11 Chatham
-'.re.-t. '_m? tf I
I."OK s?AI.K- ind Fixtures of a Refectory. Price, $175
V ?.iw doing a business ufSlO per day. Applet..
rnlO lt* SMITH & TURNER, 10 John-strecu
I soil SALE-Or to Let?The Fl LTON FOI VDRY", i ?
I order for immediate operation. Apply to Mr. HALLOCK. cor. I
of Sullivan and Springrstrceu"; ml. -j? -
I 'Oll SALE-All.:;.! Wagon, nearly aew, suitable for a gro
I cer, book,, slier, or others? a,.] be sold cheap. Apply at the New .
W..rW Office, :tn Ana-street a.'7tf
ROLLED GERM V.\ SILVER.
J\MF-- <.. MOFFET,121 Prince street, near-Wooster, would par
t.-. alarlj call the attention of Hardware Dealers and Manufacturers
to his superior arti. i.- af German S Iver, w hich he offers for - de ^ hole
ind r-ftd, of all tin. Une. and warrants it equal to any. seller
Foreteu or Dome-lie. f-r color and -otineas. ?22tf
<;<>I.D AND MII.VER WARE.
rpilF subscriber reipectfully informs bis friends and the public
I that be intends discontinuing the Jewelry business on or before
die 30th :n-'., and will dispose of his stock of Jewelry. Silver Ware,
andother fancy articles, at wholesale and retail, at and below cost.
Al-o. a tsr-t rate Theodolite, whii !i Be will di-jsi-e of at s great re?
duction from cost; The subscriber will !et his -i..re and dwelling, 13
Chatham-street, which hu baa ocaupicd the Inst l? years, and is one
of die-best and most public iu the city, to any person that will pur?
chase his stock, (which is small) at a low price and five psssessiou
i uncdiately. NOAH STODDARD. mI3et"
.?aJ>IEBIC'AN HOTEL AT St ING "JING.
risHIS ana and beautiful HouseMs situatedonuMaia-strcet,fronting
I Markets aare^having an ex eilen! view of the Hudson River.
It has just been furnished entirely.with new, neat, and convenient
furniture, and aflerds thi best accommodations for a few genteel
famil es aud single boardersofauj ?ther e-tablisbment in the Cauntry.
Those Ai-aies to -v .v;l thi tnselvc? of this opportunity, will do well to
''m 15 Im"1 ,r"''r'r' 'r' L WORKMEN. Sins Sing.
I A >I 3 I. V GROCER! E9.
VTR. JACOB B. WARLOVV keeps coastandy on hand a larce
-?1 assortmeat of Groceries at his store, csraer ?f Watt - and soili
van-streets which be .,:r-r- fot sale to his customers am! the p ibla
fanerally, with the confidence that they arc as cheap aud Mrwell
- ? led as any in the city. _'"
Tl IIIOG l.-VY YARD. N W. .t. N-- - Y'.rk.
.tl F. G. STAC*i keeps a large as^rtment ?.*TOaa5*
Satin and Zebra Wood. H.,!>>. Birds Eve. and curled *?P*/?
Pi.mk and Veneers. Cherry, Ash, Pine, Uhite VYood. aau m pi
Boards and: Plank. /-.?.-.t.te term< as at
Also.all ldnds of Turned Work, -dd on a> tasoraWe ? ?
any other Yard._-_
. .Vcier i n s I Rai _ l new article, ti
KJ States, u^chsa^ertf^n^ Wjrr^n ^Broadway.
X. B._Some o: tie-C.a- ha? tne celebrated rotary achoiusd
vir*. M. HCMCLTZ.
,r?nv.-rv t\p FANCY -ToRE. No. 16? William-street;
?[ near ?ntluaaa. Ladies DRESS CAPS, made to order Crimp
Zvrk .ro=-ttii'y os L--- ot made it -ser'.e:'. notice. niC 1m
, A M E RIC A N M USED M
MARBLE BUILDING, CORNER OF BROADWAY \\n 4w
SI RXET? "
EX TRA .< TTRASTW V
MR. WtNCHELL. Diakcticjaa udCoraie Lecturer ?
MISS MARY ANN CANNON, the rhVungbighlv pc*?.
lir A<tr.-s? of ail work. >aa?n ?? La Petita KIs.-l.-r. every ?>rj.Tcc
durusc the ?-tk.
The public i? respectfully inform*.! \\m the Manager has erTes-tec;
an engagement ?:t': tf<- *f-o> distil ; iah ??! ...-..! uanvall+d Actress
?rii, in connection ?ith Mr. W.. will appear as ?!.???. in ihc Salowo
of tLc Museum, ebaunenc :?: s: a quarter pa?t - o'clock, precisely.
Mr. Wiashell *ill personatebis Dutch. Vankec,and Iron tfhkrv.r
ters. Showman, A.*. To b?* van?! csck evening.
The entertainment* to conclude with the laughable Vaudeville of
ACTRESS OF ALL WORK
In which Miss Gannett will swutin Six Character*.
Maria, (an a. tress r.r..rilK., J celebritv,). Mi?<.aarwa !
Bridget a .ouatry sr-i?kv.l.Mis* Gannon1 ?
Hounsh, (a firstrate London actresa, censin to Brid?
es J.l'l/V..MissGa-uson" !
(roodd; Stabbuus fa .!,...f .morons old ladv of SO,
Brakel s grand aunt).". Miss Gannon:!!!
..""??r"; ' M""> fuP. Miss Gannon 1 : ! I
Mad le Josephine, (ao Opera D*ncer from Pj.-i-. in
whi?h ?h< introduce a Dance fruin La Baya
The Museum! - rqsen for the iaYpectio'r, , ,?oVs eteryl?" irons
" ** ? M Bnul 10 1 ? >?? Da, visitors adaiurd .. the Groins;
Smith Beers' Patent Odometer ferriage, maiirr'a.-turrd bv Henrw
Hull. Naugatuck, Cor.n.. to I.a every day at the Maseum.
AI.xhibiting, Faecy Glass Workinx, and the Grand f...moraine
Admittance to the Musenm and all the Entertainments, 85 cents.
Children under 10 years of age, half-price. ' ' ~ mi7
A BLIND LADY MAGNETIZED'
jVTEW-YORK ML'SEI M, (known as Pealc's Museum, Broadway,
.1 opposite thi I it) Hall and Park.) Experiments on ANIMAL
MAGNETISM, or theNervo-V'ital Fluid, w ?ich pervades all aam>*tc-J
Two ladies, one of them Blind, will be put iu the Magnetic stai?
even evening this week, at S o'clock, in the Lecture Room of iksa
The niit.d Lady !? intelligent, and ha- been weH educated, aid
? bile in a rtate ofSomnambulism, will be made to play >ui tlie Piano,
accompanied with her ?oi.-e.
Public Day Experiments will nl?n r. its very Monday, Wed.
i.esday ami Friday Aftcraoon, at 1 o'ch ?
Private Experiments made dsrnn the day, on nppliration.
I'.?y v!-uer? to the Museum are admitted on the same evaabsg frfw
of charge. Admission to all, 31? cent*. Cloldtru half price. n>3
ROME AND It A '? Or-" ISLAND?.
[Open every dar. and brilliantly illuminated tivo eveessif* a weeLj
OWIM; to the great increase of the number ef Visitors to tb<-??
splendid Panwramas, the proprietor- give notice thai the Rotun?
da in Prince street, aear Broadway, ?r!l continue open every day,
Sundays excepted, from P iu the morning till dusk, and every evening,
except Saturday and Sunday, from 7- to when full explanations 0s
the pictures will be given iu the galleries, cvnimesmiarmt half pu>t 8
o'clock. a? tm
LINK OF NTKMIIIOATN.
FOR J/.lt.l)}_FARE si.
? aew and commodious steam beat NORTH
**"A3IERICA, i 'apt. M. II. Trucsdell, trill leave the
piar between Cordandt and Liberty streets, This Afternoon, (YVeaV
n.-davi May 19th, at 5 o'clock.
The ncw steamboat ROCHESTER, Capt A. P. St. John, leaves
To-morrow Afternoon, (Thursday) May 30th, at 5 o'clock.
Fur passage >>r freight, apply to
P. c. SCUULTZ, at the office, ?r on board.
N. R. All kinds of property takes only at the ri?k of tha owners
Iii' U TU"! ? TEETii IM) SWEET BREATH.
^HERMAN'S OERIS TOOTH PASTE will give a pearly white
. s [i,, fceth, render the breath sweet, harden the gums, pre?
sent the Teeth from decay .ml a. lime. Recommended by Dr. A. C.
Castle. 397 Broadway, one ol the best Dentists ia the city. Also, by
Dr. Elliott, the celebrated Oculist; Daniel M. Frye,. Esq.. aad most
<.f the Editors in the city.
DYSPEPSIA?Sherman's Dinner Lozenges cured Col. Charles S.
Benson, 319 fileeckcr-street, of Dyspepsia ix a very short tune, and
have also . ured many others who have suffered for years.
PALPITATION or THE HEART, Lown." Spirit-, and ?U
nervous diseases cured in a few minutes by Sherman's Camphor
HEARTBURN cured iu three minutes by Sherman's Soda Lo
S..is at b"! Nassau-street, wholesale and retail.
Agent.*.?Chun b. I-- Bowery; Sands,71 East Broadway; Red
ding, - Stat.---tr?-. t. Boston. tnS
CHILDREN DIE OF WORMS.
CJHERMAN'S WORM LOZENGES will entirely destroy all kiask
? of Weruis. Over a million of bestes sold yearly. Dr. Zabrishse,
; Cbambsrs-street, Dr. Hunter. KM Sivih Avenue, Dr. Ca-tl?. tot des,
a.s.l many other Physicians of the highest respectability, use them m
Mr. I .or un; Cro?, hon.-.- carpenter, Sit Fulton-Street, cured three of
hi- childreu of worms by only one bo\ of Sherman's Worm l.../..-?c ?.
S..I.1 at ilre W irehouse, lOtS Nassau-street.
t,,, s r-.?i 'bur. b, 188 Row erv ; Rusbtoa A Aspinwall, M WUliaJB
street, 110Broadway,'aad 10 Astor House; dealer's, 281 Bleeckar
-ir.-. t. Nsw-York ; and Mrs. Haves, 139 Fulton-sL, Brooklyn. ai!7
I > liNOY'ATING LOZEKOEd.- For Female Weakness,
I ? , infallible remedy.
' !i tit COAL LOZENGES?For those who are hi the habit of a-iot;
Ci . -'- I in milk or otherwise.
NERVOI'S II F.ADAI llll?Sherman'* Camphor lairenges ? ill grr?
immediate relief ia aen'ssus or ?ich headache, lowuess of spirits, d?
spondencv, fainting and palpitation of the he irt.
W. H. \:ir. ITi.t.ikl I Mice, Dr. Hunter. 08 Sivtii Avenue, aiwl Csp
luin Charles Thompson, SO Caurtlandl-atreet, can satisfy the meredu
lous of the truth ..f their eures.
SORE NIPPLES eure.! tu from one to live days by Sherman's Pa?
pillary OR Refers to Prot Bingbam, 20 Spring-streeC
Wholesale and retail, it Hsi Nassau-eueeL
Ai.kn'.-.?Church's, I-- Ro?erv, corner of Spring-street ; Snneb.'-,
77 r7a-i Broadwut . Neeley's, 223 Bleecker-st; Rusnlon A Aspinwall.
10 Astor House, 110 Broadw ay, nud B6 William-st.; Coddlngton, Hud
son, corner Spring-sL ; Halo's News Room, .'. routine Itmt.liuir. Wall
SHERMAN'S COUGH LOZENGES.
rTtllE greatest >! idie.vei yi t discovered.?The astooisbiug ?uc
I cess attendiug these highly popular l?/.eiii-e. is almost incredi
b| to 11.who have uoi sad personal ob..-. \ ation of their ?in ieo.
Mrs Henry S. Banker. Vt itn-uue-.treMt.
Mr. Stephen Smith, 6C Tendi-street,
Mr.Charles l'.-rkiu-, 7! Bowery.
Mr. J.-iiii Starkey, Governiur-slreet.
Rev. Mr. Man. o. k. P7 Pearl-street.
Mr. M. !;. Martin, W7 William-street
.Vr. E. G.S ? v. *'<>'< Wooster-street
Mr. T. Maniews, - Caroline-street.
Col. c. s. Benson, 219 IMeecker-streeL
Hon. f. Mni. r. i orner f.i. ecker aiKl Carmine-streets.
And kumlrcils of others, have been cured of di.tr.-smg Colds ami
('. . ... in i -!i..rt t. aad ?lten ia a few hour., ? bi a they had iriret
v , ii us other siedii me. for weeks in vain. The Editors of nearly at!
the City papers have used them, and given their lestinsony iu tiinr
Wholesale and retail, ^t bs, Nassau-street. Agent?Church, IsSs
Bowery: Hale, S Toatiae Building, Wall-st.; Neely, 91 Huslsoo-sL,
md 223 Blcccker-st.; Sand-, 77 East-Broadway ; Rusbton A A.-pm
wall, three stores, New-Yorlc 139 Fuhon-sL, Brooklyn; Redding, 9
kiHERMAN'** POOR MAN'**. PLANTER, K?R
13 o.M.i ONE SHILLING?warranted better than any other muse,
at wbalcv./r prn e th.-v may b>- <o|.l for. The Pwor Man'- Plaster will
cure p un- ..r weakness in any part ?f the body as well as back, .-ide ov
bre-i-i; also, piles, or teething in children.
Mr. David Williams, an old Revolutionary soldier of Elizabeth
town, N. J., wvs cured of Rheumatism by one in |e.? than two days,
ait. r having suffered for ? lung time in an almost helpless condition.
JZT Sold at Isri Nassaii-streec, Church's, ItM Bowery, Saml-'?, 77
East Broadway, Nealv's, vJl lib .?? ker-t., Hale', New? Room, Wall?
st, Xew-York; l*t> Kiiltoii--tr.:.:t. Rr.^,kl>iii Redding, 8 Stale-,t_,
Boston. -^!7 if
HOI si: WANT FI), tny person having a -n-all
House, >.r part of II well situ ited two -torr House, ?ithin fire
'or ten minutes walk of tie " New Wsrld OOke," may parfaaps
;i... ., e.1 tenant !>. addressing E W. it this affi< e, -tat.mr partic?
A BRICK STABLE in Green-street, first one above Bleeck
?-tr-et. Iii.pr.re of .
ALFRED ROACH. I'.' I!..ekman-tf~it.
j ; OFFICE TO LET.
? ? !r fbi )] ? lid Basement Rooms in the Merchants' Exchange,
>rof\\ dl ?' Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Pearson,
office of the Companv, corner IIiue?v?T and Echaiige IfUcf, or to
jog,* .1 WINCHESTKR. :>? Auii-treet
,_i TO LET.
ik The third story of tin- f.r building No. ii0 Ann-street It
tSim oneofihe best Rooms in the city fornPrintingemee,ora?a>
l.ebt business, being lighted on ihre... >-. Kent $130. Apply *,
"c.Vtf II. '.Ri.EI.EV. or J. Wl-VCHESTEK. ?? A?n--;.
B *CON vV RA VEX,
LATE IU tOtS, 15A CON a CHAJMBERS,]
Ulan ti farlurers,
entre-street, at the
._-..ri??_" z_Z.'~~'-i_R?- '."t. v.:"'i f'vr
? PIANO FORTES,
rarranted of the beet
luafity at very low pri
esJ? ml 1 lwis*
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE
H *M '.^R 4rfs\ m>
-??~Tr?r--?^ cr- ?- -
Hrs BOOK is -o weil known x- to need but little sal/L It eoss
? i-t. ..f Views in th>- rjoly Lacd, a:.d many of the iu'.K remarkay.
ble object- mem.e<L in .-She Sacred IJctiwtnres, caret'aHy compBed^
from the London PtcroZMt Biete.
Tie-Sixth Edition, Jmsking 12^)08 copies have be^n sold.) ann tie
s-.,. .v .. m ore** PublWd and for sale at No. Ui Nassau ?trees,
at 82 per cop/ ROBERT SE IKS. me? Ime,
-a r\f\ REAMS largi Imperi ii Printing Pap-r for -?!e 25bj* 37 '
i\t\) ..... .1-- -i/.e ....1 |ua'.it;. of the Folio Nsw-Yorfter.) I? *>?
be s?U clieap fir ca-b. Apply to the Editor of this rmper. mil ^