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NEW-YORK, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 1?.
gi We have already meniioned that our friend Geo. W.
l^tjpAtt, one of the Editors of the New-Orleans Picayune,
^devoted the current summ'-r to an adventurous tour of
jotrntiion through the vast wilds Nbrth-WesAwardly from
fisi to Santa Fe. He accompanies n characteristic Yan
,Miod-Texati expedition, which $'??- out to barter en ravage
goKamstances shall indicate?to coax Santa Fe into u for
J reparation from Mexico and Union with Texas, <>r to
ygiuirCT it if resistance is offered. The morality of this
-aleitaking is Texan?but let that pit**. We intended to
,.ak onlv of our generous, droll, humorous, light-hearted
fani Kemjai.i-, the best story-teller and steamboat com
rsnso'that ever went down the Ohio. His native place is
-i-ours (Amherst, N. H.) and we happen to know that u
ri abounding humor, sometimes (though not in bis case)
casing into eccentricity, is an established family trait, for
..me rcnerations. Amos Kendall, the lute Postmaster Gen
-al,i?a shoot from the sumo tree, nnd, though not n favora
- specimen, is himself a deep wag in his way, beside enr
risgiae longest head nnd wielding the strongest pen in the
/K-o-Foco ranks. But George is u brighter spirit?a Whig
all weather-, and known as the prince of good fellows
cm f'iscata<jt)a to the Rio drl Norte, nnd from the top of
m Grand Monad nock to th?* swamps of the Balizu. Health
ad Prosperity attend him !
?But no! we learn that our friend, on the very outset of
trad venture, has suffered a most serious injury. The fil?
ming is fr?m the Picayune of the ~th:
Thk Santa Fe Expedition left Austin on the 17th ult.
Inunediatelyafter the arrival of Mr. Kendall at Austin, from
?Mil Antonio, he met with n severe accident. While going
u thi,Colorado to bathe, in the evening, be walked ort a
mctpice some twenty-five or thirty feet high. The lull
rushed one of Iiis ankles, besides injuring him seriously in
?ther ICspcctS. He writes to us that he bus been luid out
jiit upon his back for several duys, but was sufficiently re
covered to write a rough letter previous tu his departure,
josti Antonio Nnvuro, one of the Commissioners, wus also
troubled with lameness, and Col. Cook had provided the in
iluls with n wheel conveyance, until they were able to
.?avci on horseback. The worthy Editor grumbles ex
ttwrety, us well he may, over his annoyances am! mis*
:orvu'tes. The idea of starting on a pilgrimage to the in?
terior of Mexico, on n litter, is not purticuhirlv entertaining,
?.must he confessed ; we can easily imagine a great variety
i situations that might bo more pleasant.
Mr. Kendall stales that he i. under deep obligations to
President Lamar and Mr. Roberts, the acting Secretary of
Slate, for their kindness und attention. Attached to tin? ex
?.ed.iiuti, there are about 3000 regular troops, with a first rate
i:i pounder. There were 'J'J waggons loaded with goods
sad provisions, and over one hundred live cattle, to be con?
certed into pruvi-inns on the way, if necessary. Tuken nlto
:e!k'r, the expedition has been got up upon a liberal scale,
3ti to the hour of starting, Managed with great judgement.
Among the persons at inched to it is M". Fnlconer, a gentle
Bin of much scientitic knowledge, furnished with ull the in
?trjments necessary to aid him in securing an accurate ac
:ojnt of all the interesting features of the country through
which the expedition will pass; so that a vast variety of in
Urination relative to one of the finest countries in the world
?10 a certain extent yet unexplored?will be accumulated in
rich a shape as to be rendered exttemcly beneficial.
A proclamation by President Latnar has been printed at
Austin in the Spanish language, for distribution immediately
-nen the arrival of the expedition at Santa Ee. It is a very
tWe paper, and will probably have its desired effect, that of
irirarin? the pcop'.o of Sanlu Fo at once under the Texan
government, of their own free will and accord. Should they
:ot see fit, however, to nccede to the terms offered by the
Texans, the force under Colonel McLeod will attnek the
!o?n, nnd the result eun hardly b? doubted. Tcxun claims
a the Rio Grande, and sootier or later she w ill have all she
claims. It will be seen, therefore, that tho aims of this
Jama Fe expedition are of no trifling character, but deeply
tnmnrtant in more ways tbnn one. Intelligence of its move
Dents will be awaited with no inconsiderable degree of
Passengers on the Wili iam Brown.?The passengers
sf this ill-fated vessel on their arrival in tho long-boat tit
Havre, were treated with every possible attention : one hun?
dred pounds was immediately subscribed for their relief, and
clotliin- was contributed in abundance. The crew on the
other hand were lodged in jail, and hut little sympathy was
felt in their behalf. The ship Richmond took on board till
the female passengers an* a boy, and sailed for Richmond
? the 25th of May.
A Fight.?One Robert Pratt, at Exeter, N. H., was re.
?atly determined to stop the Locomotive tit that place. He
'-?ie-J first to remove the rails, but finally concluded as the
cuicst method to battle the beast with a club. He took his
?and acrordinglv, and the engineer seeing him in the way
calmly dismounted, knocked the club from his hand, kicked
liim down a precipice and went on his way rejoicing.
Krox Tsxas.?The Savannah brought dates to New-Or?
leans from Galveston to the 1st. There is no news of great
Gierest. The war schooner San Bernard, sent with Judge
?ebb as Texan Envoy to Mexico, hud returned, not being
"kjwed to enter Vera Cruz. The Judge wu> informed that
M proposition would be listened to relative to the dismem?
berment of Mexico and Texas.
it-OCR.?There were delivered from the Erie Canal at
Albany, Troy and Scheuectady, during the second week in
15,578 bushels of Wheut and U.'JSO barrels of Flout ;
the Wheat mainly at Troy, tho Flour tit Albany.
CP Six of the Rioter* on the Troy and Scheuectady Ruii
">&d have been lodged in Albany jail lor trial. One of the
*ouaJed ones was brought to Albany on Thursday, having
ttaaiaed -48 hours insensible from the effect of a blow on the
^ad with a pick-axe. He was trephined, largo pieces of
^fractured skull tuken out. and regained his consciousness
speech, but his recovery is cousidered doubtful.
?jT 0a the 5th inst., a train of cars at Fonchanrain. La..
^? over a man and so mangled his body that not a single
"?hire of his countenance was left to identify him; those
*-* took htm up were obliged to scrape up the pieces of Iiis
*wh the tiirt in which they were mingled.
I desire jou to aodemtaad the true pr
3CT RevzkdI Johnson, Esq., of Bakimore, has consented
j to deliver the annual address at the fair of the American
I Institute in October next.
CT The Skencateles Democrat says that it has the best
reason for believing that the story that seven deserters were
' rccentiv drowned in Niagara river was totally groundless.
1X7* A whole family in Bergen Co., N. J.. on Wcdne&dav
last were struck by lightning, aad it is feared the father can?
rXJ* A man named Francis, at Coviagton, La., committed
suiride on the 2d by stabbing himself with a dirk in the side,
and afterwards rutting the arteries of his wrist with a knife.
bCT A negro in Autauga, Ala. was shot by n spring gun
while burglariously entering a bouse in the night.
[CP The " Southern Politician " has just been started at
New-Orleans. It support* Corn. Stewart for President.
GCt" A movement has been made in Pennsylvania to bring
out Hon. Lewis Cass for next President.
Fatal Accident ?A bhd. of tobacco accidentally rolled
over a man named .lames J. Jiaontz, a German, 7th inst., on
the Levee, and crushed him to death. [N. 0. Picavune.
APPOINTMENTS BY THE GOVERNOR.
William Walters of the City of New-York, u Measurer <?f Grain t",.r
the City and County of Neu York, in the phi - of William Raynor,
Allcrt A. Lydacker, nl the City of New-York, an Inspector ofLum
l.er for the City and County of New-York, in the place of Isaac Sayrs,
James Ileddtn, of Oswego, so In?pcetor ?f Sole Leather for tue
County ofOswego, in the place "i' David Cornwall, resigned.
Burr Hirsifi-. of Sandnsky City in the State of Ohio, a Coromis
.toner of Deel? lor the Si it" ol" New-York.
Ransom Balcom, of Oxford, an Examiner in Chancery for the County
ofCbeuangn, in the place of Henry Van D>-r Lyn, rcsisroed.
John Vredenbnrgh, of the City of New-York, a Measurer of Cram
for the City and County of New-York, in the place of Abraham Bokec,
J. Knee Smith, of the city ?ml County ef New-York, s Notary
Public for th? City ?ml County of Near-York, in the place of A. Gor?
don Hauieraly, resigned.
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Novel; comprising -j volume, of the Edinburgh Edition or ike wh-le
work complete for Five Dollars,payable is advance, or 25 cent, per
single number on delivery,
The works of an author like Bcolt cannot he too extensively dif?
fused. No one can rise from a perusal of hi. writings a itnoul having
been instructed us well as amused. Th? cause ol Religion, Viriu.
.it <l Morality finds an advocate on ee ry page; Vice ?all .eck encour
agement from tin' same source in vain.
It ha. been well observed by an eloquent American critic that " ii
e\er writer deserved universal citizenship, it was Sir Walte? Scott."
He was the Poet of Nstun?the dclioe >tor of hi. speeies in every cli?
mate ami on c\cry mil, mi that wherever hi.- works were known then
w_- be to he regarded as a nutiie ?nd a denizen. It is in tin. sjnrit
thai the publisher* f the new edition of the W nverley Novels ha*un?
dertaken to present them to the American People. He his supposed
that he could not render a heiter or more acceptable service to the
treat ra iss ol reader, man by placing such a publication k. ithin their
reach. The revised uniform Edinburgh Edition, from whi?h this u
reprints**, comprises Forty-eight volumes, the co.inf which i* sev?
enty-two dollars The edifon now in course of publication of the
will bo faished complete, with Portr-iiiaud Tille-pagcs, fi r
anil win compn.e every *oru w me coinutirgn r.mtion, me juice o.
which is, as above stated, seventy-two dollars in board.. The work
will appear in weeklv numbers of nbmii lt!S pages each?euch ? um?
ber comprising an entire Novel, primed on pood paper, and *ill be
completed in _5 numbers, making five large octavo volume., of up?
wards of six hundred paus? ?ach ; and as the work is already stereo?
typed, uo passible delay can tike place. The publicatiou price affixed
to thi- work is less in rcf rem e to UIC quality of material and stvle
of execution than Hint of any other production of the pre-, in Europe
r America. The invest men's and expenditures connected with this
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it ? ill be apparent that ti c publi her must rclv cu an extensive
for hi. rcmuneriition. und that in every instance a remittance of the
amount?Five Dollar:?mist accompany the order. He appeal, wiih
enure confidence to the American Public .or a jusi and liberal sap
port in his end- avors to disseminate the means of so enlightened ana
rntional rujoymeiiL ISRAEL POST,
jy 16_8* Bowev
??MMER-OVEX M A N UF A C TUBE R,
No. .Ttitt liKA.sn-sTRcrT, orrostTE Essex Market.
je_5 N. B. Ovens Repaired. lm
J A IM E H ~WT. 8 W A I N .
P K I N T E R .
16 JOHN-ST.?THIRD STORY. je23 tf
C H A R L F. S A. 1' E A HO D V .
ATTOKKEV AND COt'.'VslEt.LOK at S_AW,
2T> (late lit) John-street, jc-l i in'
vT~NC ENI i- D~I L L ' S
8 T K B E O T V F V. FOUNDRY,
No 123 Fulton-st. (fourth story) New-York. je!9tf
The Bowery Tbomsoninn Tlnlirine Htore,
No. 43, OPPOSITE THE THEATRE. je!9
CHEAP FOK (AMU.
Honwekreping Hardwnre nadl Cutlery,
'ii i Bovtry, betutcn tyring end I'nnct-strrr'.s. jc-1-tf
J. F.I. E A All S' (J.
ATTORNEY AT LAW?COMMISSIONER OF DEED?.
No. 07 Beekman-sL jefrftn
SUPERIOR WHITE LEAD.
For sale at the Office of
THE BROOKLYN WHITE LB AD COMPANY,
No. liW Fkost-st., N. Y.. and No. rC> Front-st., Brooklyn, L. 1.
m__ N. B. White Lead. Oils, Colour-. A.c., for sale as above. t/
DITCIIEK, UEYKOLDS & PLATT,
Attorneys. Solicitors and Counsellors.
Office No. 81,89, i ?*..?? York C Sale* Dct*he_,
Merchants' Exchange, > " < J- N. KevxoLB*,
Wall-street. ) m27-tf_(O.H. Platt.
(,|XY HOTEL.?The Public are informed that tin- above
named spacious and popular establishment will be continued as
usual. The interior has been recentlj repaired, ami the parlors and
uixiiv of the rooms newly furnished. The City Hotel is one of the
very few Hotels in this city in which the entire lower floor is occupied
for the purposes of the establishment: it has a bar, reading, dining,
sleeping rooms and parlor on the lir-t door. The convenience of its
location being near the centre of the busines part of the city, and nil
the principal steamlxnil sad railroad landings, with spacious and plea?
sant parlors an the first floor, on Broadway, the principal thorough?
fare of the city, make it an equally desirable situation for men of
basinets, and for families or single gentlemen travelling for pleasure.
TImtravelling public are assured that this Hotel .nail be n> con?
ducted as not to be excelled by any oilier establishment in this coun?
try. With cleanliness, and good, altnntivi waiter... a good l>We,
choice ?.liesand lii|Ours, and a general desire to please, the proprietor
hopes he may be favored with a share of the public patronage.
jvl7 lm Successor to Gardner A Packer.
BLUE TOBACCO FAPEK.--50 reams superfine Blue
Tobacco Paper, for sale hv
je39 PERSSE A BROOKS, fil Liberty-?t.
C^s AKIN ET t'l'KMTl KK. S..n. I'-.l-t--aus. A c. .eijin
?J.> per cent lower than down tonn prices at STRA rTON'S
j\ 17 It* 328 Rosre' y.
MAKTIN AV. k>I.TION'm keeps con-tautlv en hand all kind,
uf BRASS A GERMAN SILVER Castings. ' je?3m
(HANDLES.?-t"J boxes Sperm Candles, for sale hv
j jvl7 CR1NNELL. M1NTURN A CO .7? South-st.
^ VII. CLOTH.?7U0 pack. Russia Sail Cloth, assorted, fol
bv GRINNELL, MINTI RN A Co. 7; South-sL jyl7
jylT* sale by t;Rl.NNELL. MI.NTi KN A I
BOI.T HOPE.-300 cods assortedmzes Russia Rilt Rope for
sale by jyl7 'JR1NNELL. MINTl'RN A C... 7? South .-u
4 KCOL8.-12 casks, for sale by GRIN NELL, MINTL'RN Si
-A. CO. 7S South sl________
]lf ADDER.-M casks Oinbro, for sale by GRLNNELL, MIN?
IM. TL'RN At CO. 78South st. _jy>7
C~BAmU.?A) bales Ru-ia Crash, for sale by_
J} 17 GRLNNELL. MINTl'RN A CO. 7* s-outh-st
SIIEAT'HlS'O COPPER.--JUUca-es Engli?ti. !r. :-i
38 or. for sale by GRLNNELL. MI.NTl'KN <t Co. 7e ^uth-?t.
inciplea of the Gareniniciit. I vriah theoa carried <
ORK, .TIOX?AY Xf>7t.\I.\&. JULY 19.
?at NY S
KS YV-YOKK, ALBANY AND TROY
For Albanv. from the foot of Barclav-streei.
The TROY.... Monday Morning v.7o'clock.
The ALBA>Y.Tuesday Morning at 7 o'clock.
The TROY.Wednesday Morning at 7 o'clock.
From ihe foot of t'ortlaiult-atreet.
The DE WITT CLINTON San ay AlVrooon, at 5 o'clock.
PFOI' I Je ' S L IN e OF ST EA.TI KO ATS
rr=?= *>, FOR ALBANY....PASSAGE $L
?Svitts The new and commodious ill unboat ITICA.
Ca.-u A. H. ."?<-hu!t?, leave* the steamboat Pier be
Coitlrndt anri Liberty .tree's.
THIS AFTERNOON, July 19. at 5 o clock.
For freight or pas-age apply on board or to
P. C. SCHULTZ, at we office on the wbarf.
EVENING EINE OF STEAMBOATS.
FOR ALBANY.....F.IRE II.
The new ami comtnodioua steamboat SOUTH AMERICA, Capt.
L. W. Brancard, leaves the pier between Conrtlandt ami Liberty
itreet? every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 7 o'clock.
The ROCHESTER. Capt. A.P.St Joh:,.'leaves th? ?Imwc pier
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 o'clock.
For pa-sage or freight, applv to
P. fj. SCHULTZ, at the office^ornn board.
STEAMBOAT DI AMONTJ^Thi. boat
"leave, me wharfbatweea Barclay and Vesey-streets,
"New-York, for Albany,at 5 o'clock P. fcLi very Tue?,
day, Thuraday and Saturday, and returns from Albany on Monday,
\\ ednesday and Friday, at th; same hour. She go?. throiiga wi;b
out landing, making h-r passages regularly and certainly within
twelve hours?always In time for the We.tern Railroad. The pro?
prietor- run her for comfort rather than Speed. There is no noi-c or
jar on board of her: the engine, being horizontal, i- below deck, and
moves very still, and is without any unpleasant swelL Sh< h.isi?o
large cabins and two saloons below deck , a ladies' saloon aud two -a
loons for gentlemen on the main deck, and nineteen state rooms on
the upper deck, with a hall !."> feet wide and feet lone for pr?ne.
nading between them. This Lull is well sheltered, lighted and venti?
lated, and open, by double doors on the forward and alter deck-,
affording a walk the whole length of the boat The saloons and -t?te
rooms have each a bell leading to | hall wkure servant! are in con
Tue state rooms are7 by II feet, and have double beds, and can,
when required, have two additional standing berth- in each -f them.
A unrt of these rooms connect by folding door-, making a spacious
parlor, where families and parties ean have tea, supper or breakfast,
at any bourof the pa?age. A chamber.nnid wan, on the ladies' sa- !
loon, mid another on iiie .-.jte rooms. Passengers are not called up
I V a bed on reaching the wharf, but rise at their own leisure, all noise
iic. k boing strictly prohibited.
The Diamond i- a very stiff boat, ami doe. not roll or careen in
rough w?ter or high winds. She is 37'! feet long, draw s 3 leet water
only, and cuji pas* the Overslaugh and all the shoal- at any lime <S*
tide. [jy5 In] A FLOWER. Commander.
FOB SlflBEtVsBI'B t ? SUM ?ER ARRANGEMENT.
FOR LONG BRtNCII, or an iihi>F.. RUMSOM DOCK
MIDDLE TOWN, AT BROWN'S DOCK & RED BANK.
*?? tfj* ^ Thesteaa.boat OSIRIS, CapL J. U* Allaire, will
Vrji run as follow -?1. ave Fulton Market slip, East River,
every Monday moraine, ?t li o'clock; Tuesday,
U adnesday, Thursday, Ft iday, and Sunday. at a o'cb.ek, A. M., and
Saturday, at 13 o'clock, i ooo.
Returning, leave Red Baak at half past I o'clock, every day, (ex?
cept Monday) at 10 o'clock, A. M , ai d Saturday, at -1 P. M.
The bo^t "s ill run n- above until further notice, naviratinn and
weather permitting. N. R?All freight and baggage at the n?k of the
owners thereof. jyU :tm
LOOK AT THIS! SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
A'-ft*- FIIEAP E\< IBSION.
?Uf'affi^:^ For e-OCKAWAY and NEW-YORK?The Citt
m ???'-?/.cms' new line of Stages, between New.York and
Roekaway Pav ilion, on and alter Thursday, July 1. 1841.
Dunne ih- summer tea sou. the Citizen'* Line of Pint Coaches will
leave New-York every day (Sundays excepted) at 4 o'clock P.M.;
-topping at the Broadway House at a qn rter past .1 o'clock; Carllon
House. Washington Hail, American, Astor, City Hotel, Howard's
Franklin, York House, Globe Hotel, und South Ferry at about 4
o'clock, and arrives at Roekaway at ti P. M. Leaves the Pavilion mi
Roekaway every morning at 6 o'clock, and arrive at >cw. York at 1U
Families called for at any p:-.ri of the city.
Passengers can tnko their seats at tVrw-York, and not no obliged
to get out until they arrive at tlo-ir journey's end. Orders left at 91
Bawery und No 5 Cor tland-? t. York House. This Line has a regular
ealag of^horae*. nud.solnndid Post Coaches. Fare$_L
\M EBIC'AN- T B A~NS ?B TAT 10>"TO>1 PA
NY.?Canal and Lake Transportation?Merchandize, Passen
ror-. &c. forwarded with care and dispatch. For freight or passage
H. NIL ES A Co..:)". QuaV-sL, Albany,
H. WRIGHT A Co., Rociiester. ^Proprietors.
J. P. Wolf A P. J. KNAUF. 99 Wa-h
And t<.P. fill A.ndin, 104 Broad-rt. N. Y. )
C. P.KELLOGG, " Ca??,.
P L. Parsons a Co.,Bufr-do. Mi??.*.
IL WELLS, 8 Coart -*u. Boston. I _jyl 4m
LONG "i?^^~^gga ~y~s RAIL"
ISLAND 4^P-^^^^-fe^r ROAD.
ON and after Tu.sday the 11 th Ma). 1611. the cars will run as
Leave Hicksvllle nt 7 o'clock. A. M.. aud 2i o'cb ck. P. M.
L< ave Hetnpstead at 5 minutes before 7 o'clock, A. M. and 10 min?
ute, past! o'clock, P. M.
Leave Jamaica at 7? o'clack. A M. and 3 P. M.
Louve Brooklyn at fj o'clock. a. M. and -ti o'clock, P. M.
Leave Jamaica at ii o'clock. a M aud 5 P. M.
Leave Fvrooklv n at 9J o'clock. A. M. and 6? P. M.
Leave Hicksrdla nt 4j o'clock. !*. M.
Leave Hemp.tead nt 1(1 minutes past 4 o'clock. P. M.
By the above arrangement passenger* t iking the morning tram will
have time to visit Rockawxv, and the several village* on tho route,
and return the same evening. Stage- run regularly on the arrival ?f
the cars, to Roekaway, Hempstead Harbor, Glen Cove, Wbeatley,
ovster Bay. Huntington. B .bv Inn. Smithtown, I.lip, Liff SnedickeF*
Hotel, and through tue Islanu to Greenport and Sag-liarbor.
Fare to Bedford li; cents; to Fist New-York 18] cent"; to Jamal
ra 25 Cent?; to Brushville 37 cents; to Wesibury, Carle Place ani !
Hempstead 56 cest?: to Hicksville tt'-> cents._JyI33m
FIIIRrSALE^-The ship ROBERT BOWNE, Captain ,
?J^^&Bullard, burthen about 500 tons, coppered ami copper fa-tcaed.
"???built of pasture ?r.k ami hs-ust. under the superintendence of
Abrain Gilford, Esq. of New-Be Iford. Apply to
,.-23 GRIN.NELL MIN'I CRN a Co. 7-_South st_
7 AVANTED TO 4'H AKTEB?a v. ..el of~25O0 to
13000 bbls. burthen, to load fur a port iathe South of Europs.
"Apply to GRINNELL. MINTI'RN ,v co. 7i South sl
E4>IC MA I. E? T.i" u-t ..cbng Coppered si,.i Copper
[.Fastened Bark ELIZABETH. 20t0 barrel- burthen, sharp
dt and well calculated for a Whaler, Applv to
jvlO. " tlRIN'NKI.L. MINTI'RN A co 7- South-st.
"Ts?i" FOB DHABTKR OB SA I.E.?The Copper-,;
sCTjfiaiid Copper Fast*.1 Hark ROSALBA, Spencer, Master,2000
?""?^barrel* burthen, now m perfect order for a vovatte. Applv tu
jvlfl. ORINNEI.L. MINTI RN A CO. 7- S ,atb-t
Eor Snlr_The ship Robert Bowne. burthen M tans,
?Jfgffi. lia. curried 1600 bales Mobile Cotton under deck, coppored
and copper fasti ned, and built under the snperiatendence of
Abraham Gilford, Esq.. of New Bedford Apply to
j-j- GRINNELL, MINTI RN a. Co., 7- South at.
&A F4?B FBEICIIIT OB 4TIABTBB.?The A I
Lcoppcred and copper fastened Br. Barque ODESSA, Yauchan
'muster, 390 tons register, would accept a charter to any port
in Europe or the West Indie-. Apply to
PERStsE A BROOKS, 61 Liberty-it.
Or r.y.O. GRESH \M. ?31 Wall st._je.To
FOB 4TIABTEB (IK SALE.-The cop, eree
Land copper-fastened Bark ROSALBA, Spencer, master.of 2000
"barrels burthen?now in perfect order for a royage. Apply to
GRINNELL. MINTI'RN A Co. 7- South st.
jvtjT FOR LONDON?PackeT"<Tf 1st Augu-t?The packet
skip Ontario. W. K. Bradish master, will -ail ss above, her re?
gular day. For freight or pass igf, having lUjsenor accommo?
dations, apply on board foot of Maiden-lane, or to
j7l2 " GRINNELL. MINTI'RN A *Q. 7r South st.
?* WANTED TO UBLARTE B?A vessel of 2JJ00 to
i.3,t>SI barrels burthen to load for a port in ike south ot Europe. |
Apply to : jyl'J GRINNELL. MINTERN A Co. Ti^uU,.
FOB LIYERPOOL.-Packet of 7th AogusJ?The
(.packet-ship INDEPENDENCE, E. Aye, master, wui -ail a,
above, her regular day.
For freight or passage, having superior accommodation, apply on
board, loot of Maiden lane, or tr>
jyl? GRINNELL. MINTERN ^ CO..7- South-M.
rt:^ HIGH BLOOD CATTLE, ?Vc.-V?; Dur
Rjf^gg^ ham short horned Bulls. Cows, Hei.'ers and Calves. Also
'?^.-tlL. Norfolk thin-rind and Berkshire Pigs. Tbey are of thi
i inprovrd slock of Wm. K. Townsend of New-Haven. For parucu
lars. psdigree. Ac inquire at the American Iustitute, in the Pari,
1 fit I REAMS large Imperial Prisung Pap?r for sale: 25 by 37
JLUU incli-s?f.izeaud oualitv of the Folio New-Yorker.) It wtl
he sold cheap for cash. Applv to'lhe fAanr of this paper. ml!
R"T?ne OFF EE.?r^?? bags prime green Rio Cotfee for sale
by GRINNELL. MINTI'RN A Co. 76 Soutb-sL jyI7
U~~ l'ILLS_40 ba-ket" Ku--:a dress?i Uuills. for sale by
jv 17 UK I nn'F.l.L. .MINTI'rn A CO. 7- S..uth st.
iBV~PO~Td!L^)6~Trv PouTT*). 160- Irl' gallons, for sale
by GRINNELL. MINTI'RN A CO. 78 South sr. jy!7
f^LOBETTA PIPER? : ei: titled io debenture, for
iyl7 sale by GRIN.NELL. MINTI'RN A CO. 7s South-st.
int?I aak nothing naorr."?Hnwion.
CHEAP 1SI) FASHIOXABLE GOODS.
Wherr do you lind Cheap Dry I.ockI. t
JOHN H. DINGMAN,301 Grand-street, corner ?f Orcaar.i. can
?apply the Ladies with _;i ki__j , f Dry Goods, at the lowest price.,
and th?y are invited to cad and examine lor ikeriuelve. a complete
Printed Lawns :
?Prer.cn. English ind American Prints :
Challies, Mouselina de Lame?:
Tsglionis, Satin Striped De Limes;
Plain and figured Jacon t. S?i?s .in 1 Cambric* ;
Damask shawl-. Cashmere'and Thibet:
Bombazines, m1_. Cotton _:.? Linen Hdkfs:
Hosiery, Gloves, Cravats, Parasols;
Worsted, Damask, Colored Table Cover?:
Elegant Dam --k Piano Covers. Veil., Sec.:
Linen?. Birdseye and Table Diapers;
Gambroons, Vesting*, Summer Stuff,;
Cloths, Catstmeres, Satinets and Moleskin.:
Ami a very large stock of
Domestics, Blenrhe J and Unbleached; from f.l to 1? per yard.
X. B. Sheeting? three yard. wide.
JOHN II. DfNCMAN.
jyli" Hi 301 Grand-street, corner of Orchard.
TOOK AT~T1!I!I !?Plaid, striped, figured and plain, black.
- bine black and c< hired Silk?, extra cheap : plain anil figured
Mous-eline de Laiues; Printed Muslins, for Is 6V1 sa 1 Ss : French.
En^li-h aid American Print-, at all price., from ?d up tn 2s fid;
Muslin Shining and Sheeting, from 6d up to all prices; Also, I.men,
in endless variety, together with an entire assortment of all Goods
generally kept in respectable Dry Good, .tore... For sale at the well
known cheap .tore No. 90S Green* ich-street.
HENRY v. ILLIAMS A CO.
N. IS.?Cloths, Cassimeres, Gambroons, Camblets, Laim Cloths,
Sic, Ac jj it I in
O j - ()f\(\ CHBAJP CARPET*_Come and ..at
tjp l?>.UVyU 161 Cbatham-st?The subscribers, being detsr
mined t.i .c!l from their tie* and extensive Stock of Carpet, a- rood
as the best and as cheap as the cheapest, arisb to inform their many
patron, slid the public in general, that they have received, in addi?
tion tu their former stock, a large assortment of Brussels and three
ply Carpet-; nl-o. SflOO yards super at 2s.; SfiOO du o'..; 2JJU0 do 5s.;
-.' On do Is.. 1,500 do twilled Jute 4s.; 1 ..".00 do ?S.; 1,000 do 2s-; 1.000
do Is. lid. A beautiful style transparent Shades, from (2 to svj.1 a
pair: Oil Cloth.. from 2 to 24 feel wide; 4-4, ;>-4 ami ?>?I Hastings,
be-t quality : a new article of Crumb Cloths aud Table Cover..; with
the mo.t extensive assortnwnt of all thintsconnected with the trade.
U A M. S. BROWN. Itil Chatham-si. N. V.
Don't forget the number. jell* Im
pARPETING CifEAPEH~TH AN EVEK !-D.
M. WiLOOX, .V... 47 Caual st. South stdc nearBroadway, has
just received from auction s large and choice selection of Ingrain Car?
peting ?loch, being bought tor even, can be sold at pro-- to suit the
wishes nf the purchaser. Als., a great variety of llu_-, Mais, Aiano
?nid Tab'e Cover-, I'limr C'-oil,., A c. Ac. w itli v arioii- ? her articles
connected with else business, all of which ? ill t>e sold a. cheap ior
cheaper) than can be purchased at nuv ntiier store in the City,
DEPOT OF FANCY DRESS ARTICLES, 229Broadway?Ame?
ricas Hotel.?Fancy Silk Cravats end Serf-. Also. Muslin Cra?
vats, emir,, iic* patterns,just receive,!, sad for sale at moderate pri?
cey by_jjcliaj W. T. JENMX'iS. hits Lynde & Jennings.)
pREAT BARGAINS in Dry Goods it HOPPER, MORSE
?JT S> iNe? Establishment, 219 Greenwich-st., cor. ef Barclay
The subscribars have jn-t rc< eived '.arge lots ef Goods, well selected
lor riiv and country trade.
N. It.?Coualrv Merchants are invited to call and examine our ex?
tensive assortment of Goods.
jci-.tf IIUI'IT It, Mllll-SK A Co -JI9 Greenwieh-.i.
I) L ACK SlILUM, n.-av v aid higa lustre ; loe-ther w ith It tin
i Black, in superb fabrics, ihm morning receive., from Auction, and
?ill be sold . Isar, .in, at B. THOMPSONS
je!7 Auction Goods Store, I'.il liraud-.t. n ir Broadway
MODE C?L OR!H"?Tiieavv Pol de Sua, ?eiTI?g ui iToTrpT
vard, by B. THOMPSON.
jeI7 At his Snk and Shawl Siore, l_0 Grand-at, near BroB-wav.
.>1 "jT'it^"'" *"' it" i*ii*"'.rt'>i in s.' tal rir_HVf-s_,~iro_rSsrbji???'
DOMESTIC .TICSI.IN*?inhales, v.ird wide and heavy
at fid per yard, by It. THOMPSON. I2n Grand st..
je17 The fir-t Dry Cond St"re from Broadwa)
HOsSlEKX ?-'s.' -Inzell U hue at Is a pair. 7.1 di.zeu it I? !1>I. ami
100 dozen at Is 6d a pair, very fine, and so on in proportion to
the Client quality, it half the u-unl price.. Ladies ?ishiwg the I heap- I
est Stocking., white, black and unbleached, rvernffivod tu New-Vork, !
will obtain them at THOMPSON'S Cheap Store. Ml Grand-street,
near Rroailwav._Bs3l-tf |
FK E NC II V ?~S E ?, <> 1 ft AN DOLES, ?c?A lnnte assorui em
of the -hove article*, comprising -ill the most splendid patterns i>
.he market, for sale at low price hy MF.KU I PI'S A. PAGE, N... ii f
D~~3t J. A .'I ES 'S R CLEf) CAP AND LETTER PAP- it! [.
? lots i-suit purchasers, for sale by PERS-4E t BROOKS. N
?I Lihenv-.t. iel-tf
aUI I-LS.?The riibscribor respectfully begs leave to inform hi
friend, and the public thai he baa on hand, and is constantly re
reiving, large invoices of tiuills, which he offers for sale at reduced
price.." w bolesals and retail. Country merchants would do well to
Call, -eforc parcha.ing wl.ewkere, at
je-22 if A. McKEACHINE'S. S?5 Pear!-st.
TRANMSi AR ENT~~Y"T A I, I A N W IND??
sail A DBS? SIMKI p ur. transparent Window s indes for sale
bv OLIVER W. tVOODFORD, M Catherine-street, at the low price
S_,i U |>.-r pair. Families residing in llie city or country, can purchase
u Randw me pair of Win low Sti?ilr- mi ? r.-m.rk_by tow price.
rTMerchsntt and Upholsterer- supplied by the case or dozen.
N. u.?A few pairs of Italian Laadscapes, from $iii,U0 to irl^.OO per
pOJPHSSIOM' PAPER" WARE IIOC*?E.?The
?ub.-crilier. keep consiunlly on hand and offer for ?al? in lets to
W BITING PAPER, of all kind..
Al.o. Robinson's .Blank B<>ok Papers, of all kinds.
PRINTING PAPERS, of all .i/.e? and qualities, on hand or made
to ordi r, at -hort notice.
They also beep oa hand a laree assortment of Wires, Felting-.
Blue Smalts, Blenching Powilcrs and Soda A-h for Paper Manufac?
turers, of their owu importation, of the best quality, which thev
offer st very lo* prices
jvi;. tf ' PEItSSF. _; BROOKS, nl Liberty ?tr?oL
/ 'HEAP! l HEAP: CHE A PI?Ensrravmcat half price.
A Visiting Card PI iti engra ed sn I fifty cards printed, for onlv
>jl?V). Business Cards and all other Engraving at half price, at 49j
Cortlanit, corner of Greeuwich-streer. Please call ;ind see speci?
BLBACniNCi PO WDER.?H?) casks Boye?1 celebrated
Bleaching Powder, for -ale by
ml'lif PERSSE A BROOKS. 61 Libertv-?treeL
CVfll.OKlUE OF I.I.riE.?awCsks of BoyJs superior
/ Chloride of Lime for sale bv
je!5 PERSSE Sc. BROOKS, fit Lib*
CCANADA ."TIO.N'FV AVA.NTIeD at the following prices :
/ Bank of Montreal, Moutrcal._.9} to 5
City Baak, " .?. do.
Peoplss1 Bank, " .-. do.
Bank of British North America, Montreal. do.
Union Bank, " .li
Uuebec Bank, " .3
jc-21 if H. GRAY A CO. t? Wall -tree
HOUSE, SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING, Imitation ol
Wo,*!, Msrble, etc. Paints,Oils, Glass. Brashes, etc. at whole?
sale sm! retail S. SCHOONMAKER, No. 7 Chatham Square, corner
of Ea?t Broadway, New-York. _jel-3m
LEECB K.I APPLIED by Mrs-JSARAH E. HARPER.
No. 4- Ycsey-st. who has had many vears' experience in the bust
oe?_ I-1" ,f
OPERATIONS O.N THE TEETH,
SEYXOIB WRITING Sc LINUS PBATT,
SEYMOUR WHITING would respectfully inform his friends and
_ _e public that he still continues at bis old ?tand. No. 62 East
Broadway; aud. having as-ociated ?imself in partaer.hin with Dr.
LINES PRA IT, thev arc ready to atteud to all ?no need their pro?
fessional services. The pablic may be assured taat all operation is
their 'irofossi m a_ be performed on the most ?pproved plau. Arti?
ficial Teeih. from one to a full set. inserted is the most scientific man
uer, and on as favor.ble icriur as .,i any otiier orBce. Whole sets in
scried on the old atmos iaeric, or the new approved patent atmospheric
plan, wnich obtained the premium st t.ne Fair of the American Insti?
tute last year, and as well as can be doHe in this city. Teeth plugged
with gold, un foil, or cement, as circumstances may require.
Nerve? of Teeth destroyed witboat pain, and m most cases the
Tooth effectually preserved by filling.
An infallible cure for the Toothache.
N. B. Messrs. WHITING dt PRATT will instruct one or two yousg
men in the art of Dentistry, on reasonable '.ernes.
R E F E R E N C ES.
His Honor Chancellor WaUorta. Prol \Vm. Tully, M, D.
M. L. Nonn. M. D.. Sara. Spring- R*v. Nathaniel Pratt-Georgia.
\V_ W. Jlmor, M. D. I .- v . Samuel C. EUis, M. D.
Jared Licsler. M. D. J iRev. Henrr G. LcdJow.
P-of Benj. Silliinan, M. D. LL. D. Wm. N. BUkemsn, M. D.
Prvf. Jonathas Knight, M. D. Joha Miller. M. D.
Prof. Charles f. Shepard. M. D. Stepl-n Brown. M. D. :e5-tm
ANILLA SUGAR?i.!?JU bags for site by
jy l7 GRIN NELL. MLN'f URN &i Co. 75 Sonta-st.
OFFICE K ?. -i (i A \ .\ - S T
VOL. I. 'SO.
EC< )m) m v i \ <, e xtle m Ei* 's d r ess !
Garments of a mos! Fir can/ and Fashionable kind at a
tarix* 0/3(8) /?*"? rtnt.firr Cora !
'TMIE Advertiser derm, it uaaecees?ry to resort to the hackneyed
system of giving ? |Ut of nominal prices. \ resuming that the
length of time he h?< been established, together with the extensive
patronage bestowed on him. will prove ? ,tI(ficient voucher for his ca?
pabilities. Possessing the advantage of being connected with an ax
tensive cfith .-tabluhment in Europe, he confidentlv asserts he can
furnish Clothes which, on comparison, will be found lower than ai y
other Bouse naking up the beat description of Gentlemen's dress,
je?Im 9. PHILLIPS, US Bread-,.-, fM n> Pwi,|.nt Hotc'.
depot of fancy brem? article*.
CILK AND SATIN SCARFS, AND CRAVATS?in agreafvariety
^- ... patterns. v .*...? * Co.'* superior GLOVES, Ac. received
by recent lrriv?;.. a-f offered for .ale at reasonable pre. bv
WM. T. JENNINGS, late Lynde A Jenmaas,
_ . 829 Broadway, [American Hotel I
uentlenren may in future depend upon Hiding at this rttahlisiaiea
a good Assortment of Fancy Dress Articles, which will be ottered at
?uvh price, as inns', offer inducements to purchasers la view oftho
usual charges for the .nme stvle of foods. je|1
Merchant tailor, 136 Fl ETON-STREET, has
on band a we'd selected assortment of Cloths, Cassiraeres and
Vestings, -and to the season, which he offers !?> make up lor the
public generally in the very best manner, at extremely low prices fei
Cash on delivery. a* ly
r|sHE Subs riber hating opened the store ?:: Bowery a* a fashion
A able Tailoring Establishing at. otters to his IV.ds and the l'ub
lic a scry siiperioi assortment of Spring Goods of the latest sl)le,
which ue warrants u tit to the taste and fluhiou uf all who will favor
him <ith their patronage. ROBERT A. BOUTON.
Th? Cutting Department is superintended by .Mr. Charles Boo too,
formerly of ike firm offirnv & Boutou. A good issortiaeut of ready
made Clothing always ou hand. a^ri :tiu
AT ER C HA S T TA ILO R,
AND Clothier, No. 9? Bowery, three door* above Hester-street,
t\ New-York. Constantly on hand, a handsome assortment of
Cloth-, Cawuuieres, aim Vesting-, which will be made in the b.-?i style
at the shortest notice, ami on the most reason ible term-. jel5 if
to ?jent i. k.tien of taste
AND FASHION.?MAONE, TAILOR, 176 WILLIAM-STREET,
re-pectfully aanouiice. to the gentlemen of New-York that he is
permntiently located as above, where, he flatters himself that, having
had several year* personal experience in tu- French Metropolis, and
devoting his personal attention to his wink, be will be able to make
FASHIONABLE CLOTH I Nil US .heap fur cash invariably, Hildas
perfect as can be procured in the Country. Thankful for pa-t fkvors,
he solicits a coutineancfl of patronage. a'J7 Hin*
/ rggEAP ( i.othim; and ?i ri rn ix;
v >?to re.?I. F. I. BID OLE, Merchant Tai loi md Clolbii BO
Bowery, corner of Walker, re pectin lly invite* public attention to
his laige and varied St ck of R. ad' Wade Ckrthii g, ?sin. h he will scl
at vary reduced price*. Also on band a gnod assortment of Cloths!
Cans meres, and Vesting*, which ha will make t? order with neatness
and despatch together with a rrtat variety of article* in his line,
such as Shirts, with a splendid selection of.Cravats. Gloves, Ac, a
grcai variety of Boys' Clothing ou hand and will be made t.> order at
SU n Notice. Remember No SUBowery, corner of Walker-*L
je_.VIro. J. F. A. Ill DOLE.
i hi v coats-thin coats-thin COATS!
I Checked Gingham, white and colored Linen iires.. a.id Frock
CohLs made u gw.d stv le. For.at
THE EMPORIUM OP CHEAP GARMENTS,
jyl tf 229 Broadway, American Hotel.
spring fashion.?BROWN A CO.'Sunen.ua!.
Ity and one price Hat Store, 176 Chatham square,.comers
Hutt-sl. The latest fa*! (OH li'.ts |or the low fixed pre e of S3
lurpassicg in beauty ai I style of finish auy ever sold befort
lor -.he ?uiiie price. In pre,, these Hal- to the public, the
?r?prieior? think they Uave reaei ? i the ultnnatum of beauty, dura,
billty, cheapsea* aid comfort te Jve wearer. All sale-are for cash,
? aich precludes the uece-sity of "aareuig a good CH?tom-r for losses
itcurrod In the bad. m39-3ma
a. (Hi a?' FOB CAS 19?HATS of an excellent qua
***3 c iP and juilg- for yourself if the full i du i if 1 ou' uionej may
not be obi uiieil by purchasing the same at No. 72) l...*ery.
Men'-. Youth's and children'* Cloth and Vc'?,t ?'ap- of "ha iat-st
fashions. _Or.0. W. .MYERS.
*s- SPRING FASUION.?Cheap Cash Store, No. 12
?fW Chatham-it. (opposite Rosevelt-t) WILLIAM BROWN'S
?s?JB Fa-bi. nable Hat i id Cap store A I irge and spleadid assi rt
meiii ol Cloth and Vr.lvai Caps, of sV?rj ?..ie a i.l ,1? riptiOL
o? in use , also the most extensive assoitmo i of Sum ?er Mais ?vei
vhihueil in any Store, all of which will bn soul at ? bolsaale and 'a
tail, at the lownst price*. nrSfl^th?*
con a NT'S
""ASHION'A BEE IIAT FMTABI.ISH.MENT,
No. 880 Graad- street. New.York.
"Che" ap~ si lk" it on net 1 m?" otr'Tt
BOWVS well known cheap #iore, 84j Bowery. A large as
^aorta.t of Fram?. Silk ami Sh rreil Huts, made upot. hoice
laaterials during the past week, will he sold at a ver} greai loss, in
order to close the store, to nuke extensive alteration* fur the Fall
Trsde, ?? hich w ill be of a m >-i magnificent description.
Tne following i- a description ol the Bonnets now on earn!?
Splendid while Frame Hats, pink, blue, green, straw, lilac, dark,
mode colors, Ac.
French Crimp'd Lawn Hats. Shirred, all colors.
Small Planl chine Figure Slurred Hal".
White, blue, pink, mode eolar, ami dark I'l 'id Shirred Hats, Ac.
N. It.?Vo nBer will be refused it it possibly cun be taken, as ibe
whole must be ckmrod.
Please not mi-lakc the .tore, a IJ Bowery, -irn is Irani ?( Iba boose
?Th" Cheapest Lsdies* Bonnet Store in New *iurk. jylClw' i
.til I.lin ER V .-Mr-. MAMiI.TON. I |v.'.rl-<re.-t.
near William-.treet, contimw's to make, clean und aller La?
dies' Huts in the most fashionable styl* ; also, Ladies'Cap* ele
jaatlv maile and trimmed. iiiI.V.Ih).
J~bo?ts: boots: and shoes!
OLD BUSS RICHARDS (as usual, lia. go...- nil lengths cash
in hand) and has procured a I the different kind-, choicest,
most elegant, tip top fashionable ami durable BiMrtsaadShoes
BO low that he can bid SI fiance to all competition. Please call at No.
aud 240 Canal-street, or at 0o9 Green * ich, corner of Spring street
and 171 Chatham-square, and be satisfied that this is no putf. jrJilin*
boots AND shoes?TNo. il4"lb^"ery. The la
'dies and gentlemen of New-York, who wii h to spend their mo?
ney to advantage and furnish themselves wuh a fi st rate arti?
cle in the Boot and Shoe line, are respeclfnllv invited to call
it Agate's Cheap Shoe Store, No. Il l Bowery, near (iraiid -l. where
[hey can be necmmodate.l wuh good Boots and Shoes of his o*U
manufacture at prices to suit th" times. A general assortment of La
dies, Oeutlemen ami Children'* Boots, Shoes and Gaiters. Also a
good assortment of Ch. 'ip Work. jvj 14t.
_ " O I n b a It's Cheap Shoe ami (.alter Itoot Store, CSJ
BjirSnfrt " ?? rv. hetv . Walker and Hester- treets. ? may
he had ladie.'. misses' and i hildren's Shoes and (iaiter Boots in greet
.varieties. Ladie*' Gaiters, from II 73 to #2 25._je!8 im
rpigE LOCOMOTIVE ' yankee card fremh,'
1 >>- and 7" Nassau- -t.. (one door from John.} print.- every variety
of Cards, at prices ranging fron. $1 |>'r I'MHi upwards. m'."?-4m__
.TIISS cowan re.pesitfully informs th^ La
. lies of New-York aud in vicinity, that she continues
(giving Lessens on the Harp. Piano Forte, Oauar, and
._ Singing, at her residence. No. 72 Duane streel, a few diejrs on the
east side of Broadway, or at the respective house* of those Lasaes
wko prefer receiv ing Instruction ?t h?>me.
Harp* and Piano For;.-, to be bad on hire. Also, a splendid Harp,
made bv Erade, London, for sale^_ _ ni24 tf
|J> e.TIO V a Is.?Alban; I'ale mil Amiier A ?? A -o. l o'eign
I ?t Wines and Liquors, as imported. T ie subscriber has Removed
his place of business from 58 Courtland to No. 11 Jaines-etreet. w here
the above article, mav be had equal, if not lupenor, to any offered in
ihc city. ANDREW KIRK.
New-York. July l?, IH4I. _jy!6 Im*
Vstral, MANTEL AND HALL LAMPS. Girandoles,Candal
abra?. Jswannvid Tea-Trays, Braad-Baakets, in setts or separate,
fine Table Cutlery, and Ebony or Alabaster Clocks , for sale by
BEACH A SEXTON, 114 Cbuth'aru-sL
N. R Lamps rebronzed and repaired, equal to new. Extra Lamp
Shads*. Ac. on hand. m29-tf
lauft. Lead. ) ( Ooi.d. Silvkr,
Uxanite, Coals; / Versus. < Diamonds, Pkaslj ;
Thing* useful. ) C Mere represematives of value.
CHAPMAN'S jiaoic razor STROP,
To all who care for ease and smooth Shaving.
Thc-e of ray finish at '*! M' each.r?.tii little else to r"^^'1'''"'
Retail prices of the MAGIC STROP from 30 cents to?1 .K' ^h.
The performing part of the 75cenu Strop ?""^A""" r. u? at
OTRBB in use, or the money returned. Sold -bole*Je
IU2 William iL_ -=-?
sssaaarsa* roRVN ? rORNSI?Moos, and Ma lame BER
%a?r?r ? > Vea^Paris *3I BROADWAY, next do.r
HARD.C...ro,Ke ..;'^??;^ u, inform the public that, by
^^^Y^^^^^? and SOFT CORNER
Bmlintm!^^ causing the least V^or^a
SsT. vts'HFD and unbleai'bed Refined Whale Oil. in lou to
B 'pt*!r.".^rV ''V E. W. VAN Vot.KHIs. 1 ?- F->?:.<??'. rr'JO
_f? bACKT.TIONE Y ra ?II the Banks taken at par far
Dry GuO?a- No abatement 10 prices, 4c:l Greeowicn-st jyl? Im*