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BY HORACE G R E E L E Y.
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HIE KEW-Y0M TRIBUNE
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THE T II I ? U N E ,
KEW-l'ORK, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 17.
Bkiti.<ii Si ramers.?We Gnd in New-Orleans papers of
(srernt date full particulars with reference to the project of
2 British Government, alluded" t?> in the Report of the
goc*e Committee on a Hume Squadron, <>f which we gave
a abstract yesterday, to establish ? line of Steamers betweon
rBiitish ports and the West Indies. The capital of the
.jsipany is ? 1 .SOO.OOO, and the contract with the Govern
5?nt for carrying the mails; is for ten years, and the rcmune
_,jjn ?240,000 during peace, to be increased 25 per rent,
ctwld war arise. The steamers are to be fourteen in num
y?. of which twelve will be in constant service, one remriin
irin England, and one in this quarter of the world. The
..??nbinaiioii under which these steamers arc to work cm
rices a regular ctinveyiinci! harkwurd nnd forward twice
carry month with every pott, insiiltir and continental, from
j:tiiiatn to the Eust, to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico on
ihe)Vest; and (rem. Halifax by this City on the North, to
Cbagres on the South. The course outwards from Europe
p New-Orleans is by Madeira, Burbadoes, Corunna, Porto
Rico and Havana, und the time calculated to nccomplish it,
including stoppages, is 25j days. The time from New-< >r
[eans to London will be 2- days. This is one of the great
est enterprises ?vcr undertaken by any Government, und will
not only prove of essential service to all puns of the world in
time of peace by the regularity und dispatch of mail trans?
portation, but will place in the hands of Great Brittiiu u tie
meadous powei, to be used in case of war with the most
ttrrible efficiency. And yet this immense foicc will be main- j
tamed at no expense, for it is believed that the income de?
rived from mail transportation will mure than eejual the ai.
L'mveksity of Virvi.ua.?The annual commencement
nftbis institution was celebrated on the Md insi. Despite
the sad bereavements the University has sustained, it. is still
highly prosperous, and a greater number than usual have ,
I rtined the collegiate honors to which they aspired. 1".. W.
| Goode, of Richmond, read an Essay before the Society of
Alumni on Jurisprudence and the Profession of the Law.
It is mentioned in the Virginia papers as a high and able
Nfw Music.?" Sweet Village Rose," a ballad by T.
Bishop: "Come, sing mc a song of our own smiling land,"
b]f H.'C. Watson; and " My Bark is bounding near," by
M. W. Balfe; have just been published at Millet's Music
Saloon, 329 Broadway.
C3* The Mormoniles ate holding meetings and making
converts in the upper part of Newcastle County, Delaware.
It is said that their proachers are eloquent.
EF At the late commencement of Dickinson College, Pa.
::te degree of A. B. was conferred on twenty three young
03* .Mr. A. C. Wheeler, of Rochester, while riding through
the town of Greece, on the 10th, was thrown from his car?
nage and his leg so badly broken that amputation wus ren?
A Great Ti nnki..?The Baltimore Patriot states thai the
Baltimore und Ohio Railroad, between Harper's Kerry and
Cumberland, will probably be completed in the ensuing year.
IRth reference to the great tunnel, the Patriot says:
"Durirg the last month, the tunnel at the Dor Gully notch
? aiticli tu one time was supposed to present the greatest ob
>t?clr to the speedy completion of the road) was opened from
'fld to end so thoroughly us to allow a carriage to be driven
tiirough it. This tunnel [which is twelve hvndrc<lfeet loni*.
Jml excavated in the solid rock throughout) wus commenced
ihout the 1st of June, 1U40, und carried through in little
tiore than twelve mouths, by the men working night and day.
Ac learn from u friend that, during a recent jaunt which he
made to this magnificent work, ^11 is only twelve miles from
Berkeley Spring-,) he was struck with the almost mathemat?
ical accuracy of its outline, its appearance at a short distance
Sting as regul?r as if it were cut out of a pln*tic clay, w hile
the material, in fact, around and overhead, is as solid ns
Correspondence of The Tribune.
wsston, Mass, July 10, 1841.
Dear Sirt:?I had a delightful trip on that best tr.id most
comfortable of nil boats, the Worcester, on which every one
ihould journey when coming through the Sound, if they love
?'?de, clean berths, nnd excellent eating accommodations,
w<l have been traveling about in Middlesex snd Norfolk
Cwatiet since my arrival. The crop of hay is not very
tavy. Corn looks well. Apples ate likely to he ns plenty
In illustration of the necessity of an uniform currency, I
*'.sb ts detail my ? experience ' in one or two little arlairs of
Joliars aas! cents ; being in haste before I left New-York. 1
Reeled to procure New-England money, und was supplied
*?>' *ith New-York city money, which answered well
"H>s?!i on the boat and at the United Slates Hotel in Beaton,
?ft when the stage-mat, on reaching Watertown, proceeded
'??collect his fare., from the passengers, it turned out that he
?<wld nut take New-York. The landlord of a large hole1
?W wSj morc oppgjeJ lfl touching such stud" than the dri
,?r. and I only got out of the difficulty by borrowing of an
*S^?nAace a sum sufficient for my purposes.
Again, on a subsequent day, 1 went down lo Boston, and
tommissioneii to make a small purchase of dry goods
' ?*-red to tin- keeper of a fashionable store in Washington
Krwt* * New-York city bank hill, which he utter'y refused to
9ft whereupon I repaired to State street and was shaved
j* the reu- of one per cent, on a note issued by as good a
?s there is in Wall street. Yours. E. C. G.
^? Specie Currency Works.-The benefits of a
fct curronc.v are strikingly illustrated by a fact which
?"0wing letter to a merchant in this city discloses.
Chicago, June S6, 1341.
Enclosed I send you a draft for.$4o"t> 2?
'fCDiium on same at 4 per cent.... . 18 41
jj clJ please credit on account of judgment against-.
. f r*i<ithe amount in specie, but out Mr. A. who received
' Mtiid cot obtain an Eastern draft ai less than four per cent."
[Albany Eve. Jour.
" I desire you to nndcratassd tlie true pi
Commerciai. Regulation*.?Information has been re
[ reived bv the Department of Stnte that the following change
j in the turiti" of duties on imports and exports of Venezuela
havu been mode, and that they take effect from und after
i the first day of July. 1. All duties on exports from the
ports of the Republic cease : 2. a great number of articles,
those chiefly used in building, agriculture, and manufactures
and books; mathematical instruments. ?fcc. will hereafter be
admitted into these ports free of duty : It. the ditties on
boots, tallow, boards, and a few other articles have been
Health and Cleanliness.?In every great city hundreds
of lives are doubtless destroyed yearly by the foul an losphere
generated by unwholesome matter, while the surrounding wa?
ters are also polluted by it. aid the fi*b thop'in rcndoied un?
fit to bp eaten. It has long been desirable that some im
j proved mode of conveying away the filth of a city and con
! verting it into inoffensive and fertilizing matter should be de
i vised,and this has ut length ben fully effected. The subject
I is net an inviting one, lutt the public health n::d comfort
should not besacrified to a delicacy absurd when it is allowed
j to prejudice the public welfare. The following commuuica*
; lion should receive the attention of all householders and of
the city authorities. The office of the Company i> at 120
To the Eilttvr uf thi .\tir- York Tribune :
Does it not become the duty, Mr. Editor, of every >? itizer*. at
this warm season, to use iiis be:>l efforts to promote the clcmJi
lies, and by consequence the health, of the city ? The streets
should be kept clean; tiie garbage from the kitchens should not
be thrown into the streets: nor die tilth from sinks and cesspools
thrown i::to the rivers, as is now done, to the great annoyance
of the shipping interest, and a'.: others whose pursuits call them
' on the piers. There is much room fur improvement, especially
in the mode of removal, and in the disposal of this nuisance.
We are informed that Hiero is a mode, now partially in use in
tnis city, of removing the contents of such places in a manner,
comparatively, much less offensive than that in ordinary use?
and by which the usual practice of throwing the offensive ma?
terial into the rivers is entirely obviated?at an expense not ex
ceediiig that ordinarily incurred, and often much less. If this
be so, docs it net present itself to every householder in a most
favorable light7 Will not the success of the enterprise con?
tribute largely to the convenience of every family, and every
one who walks the streets at evening? Will you, sir. aid in
placing tiiis enterprise properly before tho?e who may, it' they
will, be benefited by its operations, and oblige Thousands .' *
A I'l'Etl.Il' IIOl'SE at Hurl in to be let ou ihc 3d
avenue, corner of 1UJJ street. Inquire at lit. Bowery. Rent
'low._ jyl5 3w*
ItOO.HM TO let .h_Willianisburgh, L. I.?two
Kontos and a Bed room on the second door of a brick from
'bouse, pleasantly situated on North Fourth street, not over 0
minutes walk from the Grand St Ferry. Kent g.MJ. Also a Tiou1
Basement and two Rooms bmI a Bod room on the second floor, and
oue Bed-room iu the garret of a brick front house adjoining the
j above. Ken. $T?. Enquire of K. PETTY,
jy!5 .r>t" in the 'ear. on rVortb Fifth-si
M- FOK ?A Civ UK T?~ T. K .1 ?KT?A'tlou-Jami
about three acres of Land laid out us u Garden, situated hi
Far-Kockaway. Long Island, about fifteen miles from New
York, within u short distance of the .Marine Pavilion. The House i
sui table for u Boarding-house, being very large and commodious. On
the premises are a barn ami other out-buildings, together with a weli
of good water. It is uncloseo by a new pale board fence. For par?
ticulars apply u> SAMUEL R. It. NORTON, on the Premises.
Also, u Farm for ale, situ Lied at the above place, n quarter ol a
roils west of the Marine Pavilion, embracing two necks of choice
Linil.'being a beautiful situation tor building or for other improve
ments, bavins a front of three-quarters of a mile on the ocean. The
Farm contains 300 acres of Lund, suitably divided into tillable, wood
land and meadow. The inland communication by the Jamaica Cove
bring vessels to lhe centre of the Farm.
AUo, for sale, other Land similarly situated. It can bcdiudcd
inio two Farms if so wished. Applv to
jyl32w_SAMUEL R. B. NORTON, at l'a'-KocUs?ay. L.L
T.ie splendid Basement Room- in the .Merchants' Exchange
"corner of Wall und Hanover-streets. Apply to Mr. Poar.oi.
itlice of the. Company, comer Hanover and Exchange Place, or tr
f??> tf J. WINCHESTER, 30 Ann-street.
?T? Lfc T.
The third story of tho rear building No. -.?t Ann-street. 1
one of the best Keoins in the city for : Printing office, or am
light business, being lighted on three sides. Kent $1.*X). Apptr to
n'-r.ltf 11. GREEl.EY, or J. WINCHESTER. :?> Ann-St
FOK 8AXB?A handsome little COI N l it Y PLACE,
eontaining about !.'?? acres, situated about Hsu mile, above
IHackensack Town, N. J., at the cro? roads, ami near the river.
On said place is a good house, kitchen and barn lately built. The
house lot at the corner contains a little oxer j of nu acre, which may
be had separate from the Other land if required. The lot of land,
nearly IS sir"., is a little distance from the bouse lot, and is a beauti
fill site for building. The w hole is worthy the attention of any per?
son wishing to keep h public bouse, or of a me, basic, or for u private
dwelling. Terms very easy.
Also for sale, the three-story House and Lot No. a Hoboken-streel,
opposite the Clinton .Market. Applv to
.Ic'JI liucsl' J. R. IIEATON, 'JOT Spring *l
FOK MALE? Or exchange toi | roductivi Citj Propel
ty?A Farm of .VI acre-, situated m liiiutiugiois Township, I.
M., ;t mile- from North port, from which a steamboat plies to and
from New-York twice a week. Good buildings, coed watur, Ac. Ax
For full particulars inquire of E. W. WOOD. -1 Rivins ton-street.
(UPi'KK, TEN A.NO /l.\4 StOO FI \ ?..
THE undersigned would u.forui bis friends and the public that he
is prepared to Cover buildings with the above materials at short
notice, and on favorable terms. Reference will be given to some ?f the
tirst buildings in the country for workmanship, .Vc. Ruildiiicsl
covered in any purl of the country. Gutler., Cornices mid Lenders of
tho above materials inudo. and repaired, at the
Old Stand, No. SIM Canal-street
\V. H. SWEET.
Summer ovens, that the subscriber will wrirrsnl to Bake or no sale
Tin Ware always on hand. Al-o, the Athanor Cooking Stove, the
only place they can be and in the city. W. II. SWEET. mSS
V A T E ON?I, fire ?i\l?lTKA.\?'k E'O.TE FA.X Y.
Ll office pi Wall-st?Cnpitnl 9200,000 ?This Company
Insure against Loss or Damage by Fire ou Buildings, Goods, Ware?
and Merchandize generally; also an Vessels and Cargoes in port and
in the comas of inland Transportation, ou the mo-t favorable terms.
John Brpnwer, William G. Ward, Stephen Holl,
Philip W. Fugs, Willium S. Sloe urn, Wm. W. Campbell,
William Jenlson,jr. Samuel S. Doughty, Jatm F. Maekie,
Jacob Mdlcr. Joseph Waahburn, Joseph W. Savage.
Daniel HowelL JOHN BKOl'WEK. Pres't
Josstrn w. Savage. 8ee*y. je'-" im
~_ <UKi'E'.N WIT-SI HOiTbKV,
between tiie ninth and tenth avf.nit.5.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the Public that he continues
lo manufacture the following articles, wiiick he oilers for sale on
reasonable terms, viz:
Stone Ware, Earthcrti Wsre, Portable Furnace.. Chimney Pots.
Stove Tubes, Oven Tile, Green-House de.. Fire Brick. Druggist and
Chemical Wsre. Ac. Ac
Stove Linings made to auv pattern and at short notice.
je^-dm WASHINGTON SMITH.
VMKRICAN TKA.\!tPOKTATIO> (O.UPA.
NY.?Canal and Lake Transportation?Merchandize, Passeu
gcr?, Ac. forwarded with care and dispatch. For freight or passage
H. NILES A Co.,r.!l Quav-sL. Albany. )
H. WRIGHT A Co.. Rochester. .'? Proprietors.
J. P. WOLF A I'. J. KNAUF, 99 Washt-st NY )
And to....P. GKANDIN. KM Broad-.L N. Y. )
CP.KELLOGG, " ' .
P. L. PARS! INS \ Co.. Buffalo. ; AFents
II. WELLS, f Conn -t.. Boston. j jyl 4m
Ikon. Lead, ^ r Gold. Silver.
Grsnite, Coals; > Verms. < Diamonds, Pearls ;
Things useful. } ( Mer- represeniatives of value.
CHAPMAN'S MAGIC KAZOK STROP,
To all who care for case and smooth Shaving.
Those of rav finish at '?3 OW-cach. with little else to recommend them.
Retail price* of the MAGIC STROP from 50 cents to $i &U each.?
The performing part of the 73 cents Strop w arranted svrERtoa to akv
other in use, or the money returned. Sold wholesale and r, tail at
103 William ?t___j"35 3m
COKi\sTcOK^f8: COKE'S!?Mans, and Madame BER
H\RD. Cntrooodist.. from Paris. HI BROADWAY, next dissr
to the Ainericau Hotel, have the honor to inform the putdic that, by
anew and peculiar imlhod.lhfiv extirpate HARD and >Or I LOR.Ns,
Bunions Calosities, Ac. Ac without causing the least pain or incon?
1 sfllT RKAMS large Imperial Pnstnur Pap?r for sale: r? by TT
lOU inchea^?fsize and qualitv of the Folio New-l orker.) It will
be sold cheap for cask. Apply to the Editor of this paper. ?11
rinriple? of the Government. I wish them carried
OKK. SATI'KOAV XOKXIXG, JULY
?v N E W-lf OKK.ALB AN V AN 0 X BO V
For Albany, 'ruin tlie foot of Barclav-itreet.
The ALBANY. .Thi-Thursday Morning at 7 o'clock.
The TROY.Friday Morning at 7 o'clock.
The ALBANY.Saturday Morning at 7 o'clock.
I'rom Ihr fool ol" i'ortlnndl-Mtrret.
The DE WITT CLINTON SuneayAfternoon, at? o'clock.
PEOPLE'S LINE OF STEAMBOAT*
FOR ALBANY....PASSAGE *L
The new and commodious (teamboat L'TICA.
CapL A. H. S< bulls, leaves the .sienailsjat Tier b?
iween rmtlandt and Liberty streets,
TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, July 17, at 3 o dock.
For freight or passage applv on board or to
"P. C. SCHULTZ, at ths oiTlcc on the wharf.
EVENING LINE OF STEAMBOAT**.
FOR ALBANY._FARE $1.
The n>w und commodious steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, CapL
L. W. Brancard, leave, the pier between Courtlandt ami Li!-crty
rtreels c-.erv Monday, Wednesday ami Friday at 7 o'clock.
The ROCHESTER, CapL A. P. St. John, leaves the above pier
every Tu.-day. Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock.
For passagi or freight, apply to
I'. C.'s'i HILT'/, a: the ,.!'..-n. ?r ?., i,.wr,j.
ALBANV AND INTEK31EDIATE
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT?-Thenew steam
'?bom NORTH AMERICA, Captain Traesdale, will
f Cortlandl--treet. on Sunday Morning, Julv I-, at
pr=*? *?> STEAMBOAT DIAMOND.?This boat
i wii. O.?rrv leaves the wharfbetween Barclay and Vesey-streeW,
- "--""""N- ?-York, for All my, it5o'i lock I'. M every Tues?
day. Tharaday an I Saturday, and return, t'rsm Albany on .Monday.
Wednesday snd Friday. ,it the same hour. She roes through wuh
i out landing, making her passages regularly and certain!) within
I twelve hour?always in time for the Western Railroad. The pro
| prietors run her for comfort rather than speed. There i? no noise or
I jar on board of In r : the engine, being horizontal, is below derk. and
move, very still, and is without any unpleasaut sw ell. Sin has two
large eabins and two saloons below deck . a ladies' saloon anil two sa
looas for gentlemen on the main deck, and nineteen state rooms on
the upper de<k. mth a ball IS feet wi I? and 100 feet lone for prome
I nading between them. This imll is well sheltered, lighted and venti?
lated, and opens by double doors on the forward and alter deck'.
alTurding a walk the whole length of the boat. The saloous ami state
room, have eich a bell leading to a hall where servants are in con
The state rooms are 7 by II feet, and have double beds, and can,
w hen required, have two additional standing berths in each ?f them.
A oart of these rooms connect by lolding door-, making a spt.us
parlor, where families and parties can have tea, supper or breakfast,
at any Inuru:' the passage. A chamber uaul waits ou the ladies' -a
loon, and anothi i on the -isle room.. Passengers are not called up
by a bell on reaching the wharf, but rise at their ow n leisure, all noise
on deck being strictly prohibited.
The Diamond is a very still' boat, and doc- not roll or careen in ,
rough w* tar or high winds. She i? -J70 feet long. draw. 3 icet water
only, and can pass the Overslaugh and all the ahoals at any time uf
tide. [j>"'li.'ij A FLOW LR, Commander,
s. ir*'*= GRAND EXCURSION.?TO N -v -
SwawaS j S?t ROi.hELLK. GLEN COVB AND PEACOCK'S
.miaim iiam poj \"p op gUHjw Morn.ing, Jul; l?tli, (should
the ?einher prove favorable.) giving tha pa.--.nger? an opportunity
of remaining a sufficient time at ecu pi ice to vie*/ the Long island
Sound and beautiful surrounding country.
The commodious steamboat SUPERIOR, Captain Gould will
leave on Sunday Morning the pier foot of Chambers- , ?jd' -< I i past
B o'clock; foot of Hammond ?... i i>> 9: foot Sprnf.jsjpa'P*'? o'clock :
Pier No. 1 Battery, i pa-t 9; foot of Market-st., < !*?>><?; Catherine.
st- Ferry. Brooklyn, i to 10; and foot of Rivlngton5* at 10 o'clock,
precisely. Returning, will leave Peacock Point: at 3 o'clock, P. M.;
Glen Cove, i past 3; New-Roehelle, at I o'clock, sau arrive at the
City at abou-r. o'elocTs, P. M.
Fare each way, 25 cents. Refreshment" of the first ipiulny fur?
nished on boird. extra.
The SUPERIOR will nuke her usual Excursion to the Fishing
Banks on Tuesday Morning next * <'? jyi5 3i
FOR Nil REU'SHCR. a ?SUMMER ARRA VGEMENT.
FOB LONG Bit .NCH. OC A.N Hui -E. BCMSOM I'OCK
MIDDLE I OWN. AT BROWN'S DOCK A REI? BANK,
i. CP** r-v. The stean-boat OSIRIS, Capt J. L:. Allaire, will.
*C77^~ ;~?P mn as follows?leave Fultot Market -lip, K^si Ri\ cr,
1111 every Monday morning, at 6 o'cloest; Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, aud Sunday, at 8 o'clock, A. M., and
Saturday, at It! o'clock, toon.
Returning, leave Red Bank at half-past 1 o'clock, every day, (ex?
cept Monday) at IU o'clock. A. M , ard Saturday, at 4 P. M
The bo.t will run as above uutil furthrr no'ice, navigation and
weather permitting. N. R?All freight and baggage at the risk of the
j owners thereof. jyO 3m
LOOK AT THIS! SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
4SsS0?3? Kor -> OCKAWAY and NEW.YORK?The Citi
? ? ?**-?zens" new line of Stages, between New-York and
Rockaway Pavilion, on anil after Thursday, July l, I84L
During the summer season, the Citizen's Line of Post Coaches will
leave New-York every day (Sundays excepted) at 4 o'clock P.M.;
slopping at the Broadway House at a quarter past 3 o'clock; Carllon
House. Washington Hail, American. Astor, City Hotel, Howard',
Franklin, Y'ork House, Globe Hotel, und Suiilii Ferry at about 4
o'clock, and arrives at Rockaway al 6 P. M. Leaves the Pavilion at
Rockaway everv morning at rj o'clock, aud arrive at New Y'ork at 10
Families called lor at auy pari of the city.
Passenger, can take their seat- at N'.w-York, and not be obliged
to gel out until they arrive at their journey's end. Orders left at -I
Bowery ami No f> Cortland-st, York House. This Line has a regular
relay of horses, and splendid Post Coaches. Fare jl.
jy9 Im._ M. L. RAY, General Agent.
L (I \ G ?rwv^yrj? fTL^eva, -o~>-o,_ ~>> ????>, RAIL*
fey^?S ?>.iS^ zft^S^ lAirl
ISLAM) ?^S=S^SdaSj.l^gfc ROAD.
ON and after Tuesday the 11th Maj. 1841, the cars will run as i
Lear.' Hicksvllle at 7 o'clock. A. IL, and 3| o'clock, P. M.
Leave He npstead at j minutes before 7 o'clock, A. M. aud 10 mm
utes past J o'clock, P. M.
Leave Jai laica at 7i o'clock, A. Mi and 3 P. M.
Leave Brooklyn at 9| o'clock. A. M. and 4? o'clock, P. M.
Leave Jamaica at ?} o'clock. A. M. and ."? P. M.
Leave Brooklyn at 9J o'clock, A. M. and 6| P. M.
Leave Hkksville at 41 o'clock. P. M.
Leave Hempstead at Id minute- past 4 o'clock, P. M.
By the above arrangement pus-engers i.tkmg the morning train will
have time to visit Rockaway, and the several villages on the route,
and return the same evening. Stage, run regularly on the arrival ef
the cars, to Rockaway, Hempstead Harbor. Glen Cove, Wheatley,
Oyster Bay, Huntington, Babylon. Smitbtowa, Islip, Liff Snedicker's
H otel, and through the Island to Greenoort and Sag-harbor.
Fare to Bedford 13) cents; to East New-York 1-j cent,; to Jamai?
ca S3 cents; t? Bmshville 37 cents; to Westbery, Carle Place and
Hempstead 36ceats; to Hicksville 03) cent?. jvl.'l.tm
-Tt., FOR SALE?The slop ROBERT BOWNE, Captain
Bull ird. burthen about .'ssl tuns, coppered and copper fasleaed,
built of pasture oak and locast, under the superintendence of
Abram Gilford. E?<|. of New-Bedford. Apply to
je23 (H4 IN NELL, MINTI'RN A Co. 7* South st.
""?i WANfED TO CHARTER?A vessel of SSM to
3>n>0 LbI?. burthen, to load for a port inthe South of EarOD?,
Apply to (rKINNEI.L, MINTI'RN A CO. 7t South .t.
FOR SALE?Tic ?-t sailing Coppered and Copper
Fastened Bark ELIZABETH. 'Jts (.1 barrel- burthen, sharp
bud', and well calculated for a Whales. Apply to
GRINNKLL. MINTI'RN A CO 7- South-?t-_
FOR CUARFER OR SA LE.?The
?gPS* .-.nil Copper Fastened Bark ROSALBA, Spencer, M ister, -M^
?*"barreli burthen. . ow in perfe t order for ? vovaste. Apply to
jj IH. GRINNELL. MINTI'RN A CO,7r Soaih-t._
For Siale.?The ship Robert Bowne, burthen 500 tans,
?s^fsj bai carried IKmj bale. Mobile Cotton under deck, coppered
aM, eopper fasti ned, and built under the sup?nateudeuce of
Abraham Gilford. Esq.. of New Bedfor-1 Apply to
jfS GRINNKLL. .MINTI'RN A CO.. 7- South st.
^ FOR FREIGHT OR CH ARTER?The A 1
sjfl8*ftcoppered and copper-fastened Br. Barque ODESSA, \ augban
-HaSCmastrr. 3S0 tons reaistar, would accept a cnartcr to any port
in Europe or tile West Indies. Applv to
PERSSE A BROOKS, 61 Libertj -?_
Or GEO. GRESHAM, 63s} Wall ?l
? FOR CHARTER OR SALE.?The cop,ered
?Q&and opper fastened Hark ROSALBA, Spencer,master.of3000
?w**?*barrels burthen-^-now in perfect <"??''-? for a voyage. Apply to
jeSS GRINNELL. MI NT I RN A Co. 78 South st.
FOR LONDON?Packet of 1st August?T-ic packet
-SEf&.hip Ontario. W. K. Bradiah master, will -a:l as above, her re
"^***gubir day. For freight or passage, having superior accommo?
dations, si ply on board foot of Maiden-lane, or to
ft-: GRINNELL. M INTERN A CO. 7s SA>uth-8l
"WANTED TO CHARTEB?A vessel of A50tj to
LO0O barrel, burthea to biajPfor a port in tae south of Europe.
Apply to [jytS] GIll.yCELL. .MI.NI't'RN At Co. 7- South.
FOR LIVERPOOL.?Packet of 7th August.?The
l.packet-ship INDEPENDENCE. E. Aye,mastec wiil sail as
"above, her regular day.
For freltht or passage, having superior accommodations, apply on
board, foot of Maiden laue, or to
jyIs. GRLNNELL, MINTI'RN A CO.. .5 South-st.
P^TTtrfsr HIGH BLOOD CATTLE. Ac.-Viz Du
k/^fV* ham slort horned Bulls Cows. He?ers and Calves. Also
jS^SL, Norfolk thin-nad and Berkshire Pigs. Tbey are of tbi
vmproveU SIOck of Wm. K. Townsend of New-Havec. For particu
lars, padifjree. Ac inquire at th? Amertcaa Insutute, in the Park.
>at?i aali nothing more."?Hixssisox.
CHEAP AND FASHIOXABLEUOODS.
C-1 - i\<\<\ CHEAP CARPETS.?C ne
V I O. ' /1 > *./ !'? i"?.ai.'i iiTi-.t?The .sb-cnbers. beinc deler
niaed to ?s? from their new and extensive sto? k ot" Carpet* as rood
, a., the beat end u cheap .? the cheapest, ?:-h to inform their many
patron* and the public ia general, that they nave received, in addi?
tion to their fi rmer stock; a large assortment of Brussels and three
pie far;..>ts : also, 2,000 yards super at 2-: 2,000 do 6s.: 2,000 do 5sh
2.>tsj do L500 do twnlcd Jute 4.?.: LjSGO do 3s^ 1,000 do 2...; I.MO
do is. rid. A beautiful style of transparent Shades, from s>2 to $35 a
pair: Oil Cloths, from 2to24 feet wide: 4-4. ."-4 ami ti-4 Masting*, I
best quality : a new article of Crumb Cloths and Table Covers : with
the most extensive assortment of all thins* connected w ith the trade. 1
I., a M. S. BROWN. 161 Chatham-*!. N. V.
Don't f.>rcet the number. jel91m
pABPETING CHEAPER TRAM EVER !?D.
V ' M. VVTLOOX, No. 47 Caaal-st, South-ale nearBroadwsy, has
Jttst rereivei! from auction a lar,-" and choice .ejection of Ingrain Car
pet tue which, being bought for er?h, can be -old at price- to -nit the
wishes of the purcna. -r. Also a great variety of kuzs. Hats, Aiano
and Tal'!'- Covers, Floor Cloths, etc- Ac with various other articles
connected with the business, all of which will be sold as cheap <or
? I s i, r than c in be purchased at any oth?r Store in the Cay.
DEPOT i)F FANCY DRESS ART? I.KS. 239 Brosdway?Ame?
rican Hotel.?Fancy Silh Cravat, and Scarf-. Abo, MusKn Cra?
vat', entire new patterns, t"-t received, and for - ale at moderate pri
ccs. by jjelS] W. T. JENNINGS, (late Lyndc A Jcnuiug?.) ]
/ '.BEAT BARGAIN'S iu Drj <;.Is at HOPPER,MORSE
x I .v c...'. New Establishment, -J1!? Greenwieh-st-, cor. ?f Barclay.
The subscribers have ju.t received Urge lots of Goods, well selected
for city and country trade.
N. BL?Couatrv Merchants are invited to chII and examine our ex?
ten, ive ss.ortmen; of Good*.
je25 tf HOPPER, MORSE A Co. 21'.' Greenwirh-st.
nLACK SIEKS, hcavj ind high lustre j together with Blue.
Black, ill superb fabrics, till, morning rCC1 ive<i from Auction, and
will be sold at a ban- tin, at B. THOMPSON'S
j?17 \ i' ti n Good* Store. 120 Grand-st. near Broadway
ItfODE COLORS : ?: de Su?.^lbng it Is 6d pel
atl yard, by B. THOMPSON,
jel7 At in- Silk and Shawl Store, 120 Grand-st. near Broadway.
Ol'UNI.NG I,A1V,1<( fust I in \?t, and for s? bj heap at.
j?17 B. THOMPSON'S. ISO Grand-st. near Broad was
D? JI ESTIcTM L'SLIAS?li a
at fal per ; u I, ' j B. THOMPSON. ISO Grand st..
jel7 The fi-.t Dry Good Store from Broadway
i ] OS1 Ii RY?50 dozen While at Is a pair, '?> dozen at I - 3d, and
I a 100 dozen at 1- Gd a pair, rerj tine, am! so on in proportion to
the finest quality, it half the usual price*. Ladies wishing the cheap?
est Stockings, white, black and unbleached, ever offered in New.York,
will obtain them at THOMPSON'S Cheap Store, 130Grand-street,
near Broadway. m.'H-tf
II X- J. A.f! *-:.?'* Hi I.I I1 i AP AND LETTER PAP-.R. la
t?, ,.t ia suit purchasers, for sale by PERSSE St BROOKS, No.
h'l Liberty-st jel-tf
al l ee:*.? 1 tubscril or respectfully begs leave to miorui hi*
friend- and the public thai he has ori hand, and i- constantly re?
ceiving. Ian-" invoices of O liila, which he offers for sale at rednced
prices, wholesale and retail. Country merchants would do well to
end, before purchasing elsewhere, at
je23 tf A. slcK KACHINE'S. '.'.v. P, ari-st
npBA!v9**AREN I I f a i. I A \ ?V I N l> o w
i n ii & OES?* 000 pairs transparent Wiudo* S >ades for sale
bv oLlvr.Il IV. WOODFORD, 60 Catherine-street, at the low pner
12,1 o per pair. Famdis* residing in the city or couutry, can pure base
a bandsi me (our of Win 'o s Shades at a remarkabj low price.
CMerchaoi* and Upholsterers supplied by Mm ca.r dozen.
N. B.?A few pnir. of Italian Landscapes, from $10,00 to $i-.00 per
pair. j< 13:1m
( 'O.^i.'lltw.MlON fas'er tV .lKrnOC1E.-Ths
V > subscribers k' ep tons antly on hand and olfer for sale in lots to
suit pioebasa r.?
WHITING PAPER, -d ull kind..
Also: RoMuson's Blank Uno* Paper?, of all hind..
PRINTING PIPERS efsll sizes and qualities, on hand or maJe
to ord- r. nt short notice.
They iil-o keep on hard a Inrsc assortment of tVire?, Fellings,
Blue Smalis, Bleaching Powder* and Sods A-U for Paper Manufac?
turers, ol their own importation ol the best quality, which they
offer nt very low prices
jvl.'i tl PEItSSF. Oi IS HOOKS til Liberty strecL
/ 'heap: ( i?mp:che vf:-i. . . fpn.-e
\y A Visiting Card Plate eucra cd sn I fifty cards primed, for Olliv
$1.50. Business Card, aud all other Engraving at. half price, at 49}
Cortlsnat, corutr of Greenwich-street. Please call aud -ec speci?
mens. _jyl6lm i
rfAVlXION FOUNTAIN*, Saratoga Spring-.?ihi* cele
x tirated Mineral Water, ceustanty no hand, fresh from the
Spring?, for sale, wholesale and retail, bv the Arents,
GASSON * YOUNG, 133 Chatham-st.
N. B.?Sent to any part of the City free of ?Z| ease. jylj I in'
votice-The Co-partnership heretofore existing between the
lx subscriber., under the tirm of E. ROOT CO. was dissolved by
mutual con.ent on the 1st Hist. New-York. July !'. Ie4t
ELISHA ROOT. Jr.
CYRUS W FIELD.
ET CYRUS W. FIELD will continue the Commission P iper Bu?
siness nt No. 65 Maiden.lsue. JylSdwTt V
/ ' II kr?!? C st O f K. e KVTToirilovv?-ry3i)ii.i of the tar
" ' gest Hud best assorted sii*;k.< of common and rich Goods in the
city, comprising the batest patterns of?
French China Dinner Set*.Ciiti.nd Plain Glass.
India do do d.Astral and HaH Lumps.
Granite plaiu and priuted Set..Mantel and Shade Lamps.
Earthen do do do.Girandoles.
French China plain and pencilled Tea Set.-.Plated Ca-lors.
English do do do do .Brittania do.
Wedgsrood and Enamelled do .Tea Boards.
Blue Stone, granite and toy do .Knives, Forks, eke.
ID" Sell,ni: at price, wi ll worthy the attention of Dealers and
Housekeepers. [je24:lin'l MERRITT'S Si PAGE.
S?Ti>Iir?*4 OF I he I.ATE AVAR, THEIR
WIDOWS OR ORPHANS who are entitled to [.ami for Services
rendered to the United States in 1818 and '14 can obtain their Patent,
through us bv legally substantiating their claim*.
jrf-Jw. SMITH .V TURNER, lb' John-.i. Up Stairs.
rom.ed AM) puatkbs' URASM.
AFIRST RATE article of Rolled aud Platers Bru-s, ran always be
found at JAMES G. MOFFKT, ISI Prmc<- streit, near Woo.ter
at the lowest market prices. Likewise a very lupermr article of
Cooper's Brass. ff ' ?22 if
.lOTJN IVAKIVK K,
GO!,!' and Silver Refiner, A??ayer and Smelter. No. 13 John-.treet
?Assaying ami Melting done at the shortest notice. Old Gold |
ami Silver and Bookbinders Rags bought aud meltec ; Glider? skew
ings, washing*, and old ihruffboughL je!i-3in
VSTKA \T, MANTEL IND HALL LAMPS, Girandoles, Candel?
abra... JapumiKil Tea-Trays, Bread-Baskets, in sett* or separate,
fine Table Cutlery, und Ebony or Alabaster Clock*; for salu by
BEACH A- SEXTON, 11 1 Cbatham-*t
N. B. Lamps rebronzed and repaired, equal to new. Extra Lamp
Shad**, A e. on band. _mS9-tf
DOCK AND KITE DING *? to> f. -'Phe Subscriber
will deliver on Iward of vessel, at the Prison Dock, Dock Stone
for l? cents per tor. and Marble Budding stone for 3s 6d pur ton.
State. Pri-on. Mount Plcu.ant, June 9. 1SI2.
jel2 rim I). L. SEYMOUR. Agent.
pLUE TOBACCO PAPER_250 reams superfine Blue
I> Tobacco Paper, for sale by
je-ja PERSSE A BROOKS. ?1 Liberty-st.
BEE A CHING POWDER.?1'") casks Boyes" celebrated
Blcai hing Powder, for -ale bv
?19 tf ITKSSE A BROOKS, til Libertv-tre-t
Cs II t.;>KII?e 'of I.I lE.-S'i casks of Boyds superior
^ Chloride of Lime fur rule bv
je15 PERSSE A BROOKS. HI I.iberty-st
/ 1 AN AD A vi ON F \ wanted at the following prices:
\J Bank of Montreal, Montreal..-.*i t<> 3
Citv Bank. " .?.1?
PeopUs' Bank, ". do.
Bank of British North America, Montreal. do.
L'nion Bank. " .If
Qnebec Bank, " .3
je?] tf H. GRAY A CO. <.i Wall street._
Oi'KUATlO.NS ON THE TEETH,
SEY.HOl'B WHITING 3t EINES PRATT,
SEYMOUR WHITING would rwipecifully inform his friends and
the public that he stib eoatwues at his old stand. No. 62 East
Broadway: and,having asscciaied himself in partnership with Dr.
LINI'S PRA IT. ihey ?rc ready to attcud to all who need their pro?
fessional services. The public may be aaaurcil that all Operations in
their orofussiou will be performed on the mo-t approved plan. Arti?
ficial Teeih, from one to a lull set, irserted io tue most scientific man?
ner, and on as favorihle terms as ai any other office. Whole sets in?
serted on the old aitnos'iherk. or the new aspproved patent atmospheric
plan, wnich obtained Lhe premium at the Fair of the American Insti?
tute ia-t year, and aj well can be done in thia city. Te*ln plugged
with gold, tin foil, or cement, as circumstances may require.
Nerves ex" Teeth destroyed withoat pern, and in moat cases iho
Tooth effectually preserved by filling.
An infallible cur.- for the Toothache.
N. B. Messrs. WHITING i PRATT will instruct one or twoyouag
men m the art of Dentistry, on reasonable terms.
His Honor Cbancclki.- Walworth.!Prof. Wm. Tully, M. D.
M. L. North, M. Ii . Sara. Spnm:. Rr .. Nathaniel PratLGeorgia.
Wra. W. Minor. M. D. > .- .- . ISarauel C. Elli?, M. D.
Jared Linslev, M. D. ) j Rev. Henrr G. Ludlow.
Prof Benj. Sfflimaa. M. D. LL. D. Wm. N Biakemnn, M. D.
Prof. Jonathan Ktitrhl. M. D. Uoaa Miller, M. I).
Prof. Charles U. Sheparvi, JL D. iSteptrea Brown. M. D. j?5-Jm
VOL. I. 84.
-..P.?1**'1 OF FAN? V DRESS ART14 LES.
yii.rv ami sa riN SCARFS IND CRAVATS, in ngreat variCvf
or patterns. CLne..m & Co.'*superiorGLOVES, fte. weeired
oy recent arrivals. ,re ?rTerea lor ..tie at reasonable pries, by
WM. T. JENNINGS, late Lyode A Jennings.
r . 229 Broad* iy, Inerican Hotel J
i-enttemen may in mtura r!er..n,i Bpon finding a: tail eataMiaaBea
a rood Assortment of Fancy Hre.s Article*, which will be offered at
?ue.i pr.c--. x, mast offer inducement, to purchasers tu view oftha
it.'it.d Charge? for the same ?tyle of goods, jell
"MERCHANT TAILOR, 138 FULTON-STREET, ha,
on naad a well - l.v.. ,? ?....?mein, ot' I'loths. C?~mieres and
vesOngs, suited to the season, which he oder? to make up Ibf :ha
public generally iu the very bot manner, at easterners low prices tor
Cash on delivery. aSSfly
H O l sSlP??; EST IKI.lM 1131ENT.
"T4HE Subscriber having opened the store 37 Howrv a..? fashion
A able TadoringEatablishmcat, offers to bis Friends aid the Fob
lie a eery superior assortment of Spring Goods of the latest stvle,
which he warrant- t? tit to tjio taste and fashion of all who will favor
hint wp.h their patronage. ROBERT A. BOUTON.
The Gutting Department is superintended by Mr. Charles Boa loa,
formerly of* the firm of Gray A Boutoa. A good assortnseat of ready
made Clothing always on hand. ti&Saj
MER CHANT TAILOR.
\ ?N I1 Clothier, No. 92 Bowery, three door, above Hester-street,
- * New-York. Constantly on baad, a handsome assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres, ano Vesting*, a Inch will be made in the best stj In
.it the .hortc-t notice, and o:i the most rea-onable term.. jelS tf
TO GENTLEMEN OF TASTE
4 NU FASHION.?MAGNE, TAILOR, 176 WILLIAM-STREET,
-V respectfully sanonn.to the gentlemen of New-York tbat be is
permanently located a* above, where, be flatter* himself that, having
had several years person d experience in the French Metropolis, and
devoting his personal attention to Ins wock, be will be able to mako
r ashionahi.k CLoruiNG as cheap tor cash invariably, and as
perfect as can be procured m the Country. Thankful for past favors,
he solicits a continuance of patronage. ?27 3m*
( '!I! VI> t I OTStlX; AM? Oi l FITTING
V STORE.?I. F. L B1DDLE, Merchant Tailor md Clothier,BO
Bowery, comer of Walker, re pectfully invites public attention to
hi- large nnil varied StiH.k of II. ads Made Clothing, ?hn h hewill ?el
at vary reduced prices. Also on hand a go...l assortment of Cloths!
Cassimeres. and Vesting*, which he will make te order ?ich neatness
and despatch together with a rr> at vartety of article- in hi* line,
such as Shirt... wnh a splendid seleeiiea of Cravats, Gloves, Ac, a
great variety of Boys*Clothing ou band and ?III be made i.) order at
SU. rt Notice. Remember No 60 Bowery, corner of Walker -t.
_jeg3 Im. J. F. A. RIDDLE
rpUIN 4 OA TS?T HIN C OATS?Til IN 4 OATS
A Checked Gingham, white and colored Linen Dress and Frock
Coats liinde iu good stvle. For saiest
IHK EMPORIUM OF CHEAP GARMENTS,
jyl if 229 Broadway, American Hotel.
DTE?M ^TCOT/RING A AI? TAI 1.4? it I.>? 4. ? Mr.
v^ John Perry, stl) turnery, a few doo.'? from llie corner of Hester
-treet, where he will continue his Clothing and Dressing Establish?
ment Hi- iHOrie of cleaning (.oats, pantaloons, a c is by steam scour
.nr and sponging. He extracts stains, grease, paint. t?r. Ac. Also
rents, all??, with new collar-, hut inns. Ac hi reduced price* lelslni
SPRING FASHION_BROWN A cu s.|ual
ity and one price 11 a i Store. ITS' Chatham .'|Ujr?, coruen
Mott-sL The latest fashion Hals tor the low lived price of*3
surpassing iu Iseauty and style of finish ?uv ever sold heforr
for .lie -sun: price, la presenting these Huts to the public, ihn
proprietors think they have reached the ultimatum of beauty, dura?
bility, cheap 'ess and' comfort lo the wearer. All sales are for ca>U,
winch precludes the necessity of charging a good cdsloiu-r for lo-scs
incurred b? the bi?d. mS9-3m'
CH*^%P FOB C~A?H HtTS~o| iuevcelleui ijlTT
tv ut the extremely, low price of Two Dollar* and Ffty Cents,
Call mid judge f0r yourself if the full ??lue of -our atone) may
not be obtained b* purchasing the same at No. 731 Bowery.
Men'-. Youth's and children'- Chilli und Velvet Cap- of 'be latest
fashions. [j.pi'iw] or.o \r. MYERS.
9PRING FASHION.?Cheap Cash Store, No. 19
Ghatbam-at, (opposite Kosevelt-sL) WILLIAM BROWN'S
Fashionable Hat and Cup Store. A large and splendid assort?
ment of Cloth and Velvet Caps, of every Kyle and d?ss ription
?low in use ; also the most extensive assortment of Sumaier Hats ever
exhibited in any Store, all of which will bo sold at wholesale and re?
tail, at tile lowest price.. ut-tl'-'bii"
C O N A N T ? ??
FASHIONABLE HAT ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 'Jflil Stand- street. New.York.
CHEAP SILK BONNETS?Selling on* at
IBOWVS well known cheap store. 84) Bowery, a large as?
sortment of Frame, Silk and Shtrred Hat?, made upofi hoice
material* during the pail week, will be sold at a very great loss, in
order to close the store, lo make extensive alterations for the Kail
Trsde. ?> hieb will be of a moat magnim.t description.
The following i- a description of the Bonnet, now on hand?
Splendid white Krame Hats, pink, blue, green, straw, lilac, dark,
mode colors, Ac.
French Crimp'd Lawn Hats. Slurred, all colors.
Small Plaid Chine Figure Shirred Hai?.
White, blue, pink, mode color, and dark Plaid Slurred Hats, Ac.
N. B.?No offer wilt be. refused it it possibly can be taken, us tbo
whole must be cleared.
Please not mistake the -tore, g4J BCjWery, ?'Sil is front of the boiiso
?Tb* Cheapest Lsdiea'Bonnet Store io.New -Y'ork. jy!6 lw* ?
?ll,l.le)KKs.-.\lrs. HAMILTON, 4 (.1 I'earl -ire.tt,
iar William-street,) continue* lo umke, clean am) alter La?
's' Hats iu the most fashionable sty Is ; al-o. Ladies' Caps ele
giiuilv mail, niul trimmed. ml.Vdio.
JROWm'! B04DTS! AM) SHOES.'
OLD in iSS RICHARDS I i* usual) aas gone all lengths reush
in hand/anil ha? procured a I the different kind*, choicest,
most elegant tip top fashionable und durable Boots and Shoes
so low that he can bid defiance to all competition. Piene call at No.
234 and 240Canal-street, or at 509 Green? ica, comer of Spring -treet
and 174 Chatham-square, antl be sarisfied that this i- no pad. i^ilm*
BOOTS AND SHOES at No. Ill Bowery. The u
die. and gentlemen of New -York, a bo wi h to spend their mo
1 ney to advantage asid furnish themselves with a first rate arti?
cle iu the Boot and Shoe line, are. respectfully invited lo cull
at Aga!"'? Cheap Shoe Slore, No. 11 I Bowery, near Grand .L, where
they can be accommodated with good Boot* and shoes of his own
manufacture at price- to suit thoAimea. A general assortment of La
dies, Gentlemen and Children's Boots, Shoos ami Gaiters. Also a
good assortment of Cheap Work. jv'J I H.
_ DIINBAR'S Cheap Shoe .md Gaiter Bool Store, 82J
IbtBSaasiVh Boa ery, between Walker arid Hester-streets, where may
be had ladles', misses' and children's Xboe* and Gaiter Boot? in grenl
.varieties. Ladies' Gaiter-, from *l '..') lo $2 25. je 18 Im
ritllK LOCOMOTIVE ' IrTANKEE CARD PRESS,'
1 si- and 7U Nassau-SL, oue door from John./ print* every variety
of Card?, at price, ranging from <d 7.r> per MSS) upward.. m29-4m
BFI L DEES' IIAROU'ARF, at >m\ Division-street-?A
complete a.sortm< m of Sash Pullies, Butt Hinges, Screws, Amer?
ican and English Knob Locks, Fins Plate, Dead. Cupboard, Draw,
Chest asd Pad-Locks, Barrel, Bound, S.|uare Spring.. Flush and
Shutter Bolts, Hook and Plate Hinge-, together wnh nearly every ar?
ticle in tun bnc, ail of wnscii will be sold as low a. at a..y place iu tho
Also, Cat Nails by the cask, at the lowest market price for cash.
ml7-tf JOSEPH WEED.
I^REACH VASES, GIRANDOLES, Ac?A large assortment
of the abnve articles, comprising all the most splendid pattern* in
the market, for sale at low prices by MERRITTS A PAGE, No. KO
/ 1 RIN I> AND WATER STONES, from Newcastl?
\X Superior to other, for grinding Lroa.Csst Irou or Steel, and from
?i to r, feet diameter, fur sale by FORSYTH LA BAG H,
j.'Jii Im" No. M Washington -t. In low Rector.
VOTICE.?Gentlemen. Architects, Builders and others are re
.1 -pectfully informed they can be furnished with Oruuinviiul Com
po-iton and Plaster Orn ameut- of all description on the mast reason
able terms, aud w?rkraaulike manner. Gentlemen furnishing their
own designs will be modelled without extra charge. Scagliola co?
lumns, Pedestels, Ac. msnufacturod in the be,t manner at tins e?tab
lishnieac KelVreuce. giren as to goodness aud durability of the first
respectability in this city and other part- of t he Baited State?.
jy7 liw. G. MATH E WS, Manufactory i>\ Caritiine-?L
DRC4;s AND MEDICINES of every description and
of the best ?jualitv may be had at All Hours on application to
N. CLARK. 510 Bowery.
Xj" A Physician of long experience (w|i? practices iu the neighbor ?
hood.') will be in attendance to give advice, Ac. at the hour, offl A..?l.
and 7 P. M. |J? :,m
COLOR STORE- . , .
OtSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, l?tatioii of
_ 1 Wood. Marble, etc Paints, Oils, Glass, Brushes, etc. at whole
sale and retail. S. SCHOONMAKER, No. 7 Chatham Sou.re, corner
of East Broadway, New-York._._Jel"3m
gO^ASH^"tens ^^ABROQKS,ol Liberty..,.
hl.F?rHRDu'l uBhWaed Rehuea Whale Oil, in lots to
B^pu^^rTbv E. W. VAN' WKIKII.S. 14- Front-sC ,n*i
j-E wfl-n"r"s A PPLI E ? M---I SARAH E. HARPKK,
L< No. 4- Vesey.st. who has had many years' experience in tbebusi
"aXT AN ?2000 lbs. Ratun, suitable fbr L'sibrelTaT,
Makers for sale by GKO. S. CARY A CO.
fV\T\%\CH. MONEY Of all the Banks taken at far far
Pry G?ods. No abatement in price*, 4-1 Greenwich-st 'Jyl* I m*
R~ED BACK MONEY on all the B?uk. taken at ,..r tor
Dry Goods, wboleeale aud retail, at 444 Pearl-it. j) 16 1m"