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- Wednesday, P. M.
not ?larsc amouat of transactions at Iba Stock Board
v bttt the bj-uket generallfwae quite firm. U. S. Bank declined
,0" *'^Bl Delaware A Hudson improved 1J, Mohawk I, Stonington
\ Nwfcr?tyftU<?ff?P?' "lit.
la Slaw Stock? the ralos reached $20.000.
?O0C Indians Bond?.I?3d 58
sjoo do *?. ?.
?(iuO do do-. 57j
Tjm uh:oo Sterling Bonds. 57*.
1 000 do do57*
Xiers was no material change in prices.
' For Foreign Exchange the rates arc nominal at eaij lor Sterling
ud 5,27] a 5,3? for hills on Fans.
X^e domestic quotations are i
g,nEBsji.3$ a3J (Cincinnati..BaSi
The Commercial Bank of New-Orleans has declared a dividend of
Tsree per cent.
Als meeting of the Stockholders of the Union Bank of Maryland, i!
,n uaasioiously voted that the Bauk should continue business.
Tke Detroit Daily Advertiser says:?" There has been a good deal
of sard feeling in the money market during the last few days, owing
u tbe deduction of 25 per cent, upou $210,000 of turn drufis drawn
br tbe Bank of Michigan. If no provision is made to make up the
deficiency, our citizens will lose .$52.000. Tho Bank assigns as a rea?
ms for this deficiency that the State was delinquent in the sum of
?5,000, waich it is indebted lo tho Buna. But the fact that the Stale
owes the Bauk i"25,0*IO, is no reason why the Bank should deduct
pV'V from its drafts. The consequence has been an unusuul cxcile
Btot, and a stronger dotcrniiiiutiou than ever to support, hereafter,
case other than specie paying banks. The Farmer's and Mechanics'
Rank has been furnishing 7 ui. drafts; but this heavy-loss from tune
drafts wid make the species of exchange unpopular hereafter. If it
does.it will ill-credit the bills of the F. AM. Bank, unless that iastitu
tioa ?ill furnish sieht drafts at ? fair price. This we do not beliove it
can do. Another bet will tend to the same result, rix: the general
and proper anders landing among the farmers to take nothing but
ipecie or the bills of specie p:i\mg bunks for their wheut. If with
Michigan currency the gr> at -tuple products of the touutry cannot be
procured, it will tease to be sought for."
A".hes.?There is n brisk demand for l'ots and that description has
advanced 25c since our lust rcviow. All arriving is now t-iken at
$5 50. Pearls uro dull ut $5 50.
Coal.?The market for Foreign is firm. Sales Scotch at $650;
Liverpool Orrel, $3 50.
CsrrEE?Rcmuins inactive and prices aro without improvement.
Sales Brazil,9jal0i ; Luguyra, lOSalOj:; Java, tliallj ; SlDomiugo,
Cotton.? Since the receipt of the Caledonia advices the market
has become more uctivound a hotter feeling is manifested. No actual
?dvance has beim obtained by buyers, but they gome forward freely
it previous prices. Sales Upland und Florida, OolOj ; Mobile, OalS :
New Orleans, ?;.ulU.
Fish.?The arrivals of Dry Cod are light and none remain afloat
ttusold. Sales ut *2 37j a 2 50. Sales new Mackerel, No. 1, at $2 75
No. 2, $10 75 all; Fo. 3, So' 12* ; Massachusetts Shad, $10 25
a 10 50; hall bbls. $5 37J a 550 ; Connecticut Shad, $6 <5 u $7; Nova
Scotia Smoked Salmon, 15j c.
TLOtK and MEAL.?The market is very dull, with a tendency to de?
cline. We quote Gonosoo $5 5(1 ? 5 l?2j ; Ohio 5 25 a 5 37J ; Michigan
5 124 a ."> 25. Georgetown mid Howard-street arc dull at 5 50. Braa
dywinc Corn Meul 3 12J ; Jersey S3.
Grain.?The supply of nil descriptions is light, but the demand is
large and Ike rules for Corn arc declining. Sales Northern and Jer?
sey at 65 weight, uud 07 a rtd measures ; Southern 65 weight, and 6-1
measures. Rye is firm, and sales arc made at 63c. Northern Oats
are plant) at 45c a 45ic. The market i? bare of Southern Oats : last
iah) at 41c. A cargo of new North Carolina Wheut, the first arrival,
sold ut $1 181 for milling.
Oil.?Sales of Whale for export at 30c. English und American
Linseed have advanced to B5c, cash, und 90c, 6 mos. Olive in casks,
$1 25. Manufactured Sperms are firm, with moderate sales.
Provisions.?Pork is not in so good demand, and Ilm price has de
ehued. Sales Ohio, city inspected, at $10 35 a $8 25 fur Mess aad
Prime. Tho market for Beef is firm, and the stock light. Sales West?
ern Lard ut 7c u 7Je ; Northern at p a -;. Haws und Shoulder? uro
without change. Prune Mutter arrives slowly, and soils readily at ad?
vanced pricos. Common is plenty and dull.
> Sugar.?There ia no change to native. Sales of Porto Rico at 6J:?
fj, (sOil 5Ju7t, St CrotX r^itf, Cuba Muscovado 7i. Havana brown 7a
as white do. 9J a 10. ,
Teas.?The transactions are very light, but the market is firm, und
tbe advices by the Calednoiiia have had a tendency to advance still
farther the views of holders.
r ' .n. IIuIsvc'm Cheap Dry Goods Mtore, 122 Grand st.
between Broadway and Crosby st. Now rich style printed Lawns
and Muslins nt rciuarkuble low prices. Also Hnsitvry and Gloves ol
every description, very cheap. jy2 lin
This Day Published.
Blnckvt'ood'a Edinburgh .TIagnzine for July.
The Whig Dissolution.
Free Trade for ever and every thing cheap, anew Election Song.
Marquinr/. and La Colleginon.
The World of London. Part III.
The Juae Gale.
Ten vears of the Whigs.
Ton Thousand n Year. Puit XX.
The Dying Spaniel, by Delta. J. M. MASON, Publisher,
jy8i3lYl" basement, tor. Broadway and Pine-st.
17 Van Ktttbergir? Columbian Cream is highly recommended
to inbdue stiff beards, and especially to remove all pimples. It is
recommended as the crrcm of Shaving Soap. For sulo at 9S F'ultou
"reel sud at the Druggists. jy21
ID" To Hide and Leather Drillers.-A young man from
Nesr-Engleud. a tanner by trade, w ishes to make an arrangement
*ilh some well established bouse to creel and fu'iush means to carry
?? ?? extensive Tannery ,or 8 'erin of years. The expense oferec
hoaam not t?c great. The location selected has all the advantages
necessary to make it a very profitable investment, and is sach that
*illtive full satisfaction when the particulars are given. It is the
Wwiaumd its immense sd\autages that indue?d the advertiser to
fsnraiait. If any house w ould wtsh to make an investment of this
k?d, t full statement of particulars will be riven by a lino to this ef
re? addressed lo 'Tanner,' at this office The best of recoiniuoniU
'?ew pun aud required^_ j J 82 If
. &Tniontat Association.?An adjourned meeting of this
Anocistionnill be held ut Monroe Hall To-uwrrow (Thursday) Eve
mag, atfjj o'clock. Punctual attendance is requested, as the new
tonrtitu?oo will be prcseetod for the approval of the Members Re
?rtsaawau will be provided for the occasion. Bv order.
? . SILAS CHICKERLNG, President
S-J. Smith. JSccxetaues._ jy21 2f
D* Greenwich SrivingaT*auk, 11 Sixth Avenue.?July
wvideud for Istl.?The Board of Trustees hereby give notice to the
"fpositors that they will pay tbe usual eotni-anuuai interest of 5.per
?at per annum on all sums less than Five Hundred Dollars, and 4 per
"a\t*r "Bum on all sains ef Five Huudred Dollars and upwards,
if, * 411110 K*"1*. dunug Bank hours, ou and after the 19ih insL
All interest not called for will be credited as principal, and draw m
??st accordingly. By ardor of
? ? . ABRAHAM VAN NEST, President
j k. howell, >
?-UXTON Gildert. > ?e<r.itarie^ ^ |w
Boarding?A short distance in the country. A family hav
|H??veral sleasatu rooms in a fine airy silualiou, can accommodate
J*or two families, or three or four gentlemen. The access to New.
k*? a such that the man of business can be ia Wall-street in halfen
add Stage? pass down every few mtuules. For further particulars
?^M*** Charles," at this office. Terms moderate. jylrj Utf
toQJ''?rtanger, if vou want Boots or Shoes of any description, go
ktt ?-) BNER & COMPANY'S Great Catherine Boot and ShoeMar
J^^Caihenne. corner of Monroe-street, where you will find the
^**P?*lend most splendid assortmeut you ever saw. jylO tf
jS!''."" Basinets in Connecticut attendod to bv B. S.
Attorney, Ac. 126 MaisJen-lane. JylftSw*
u^ Price Reduced to ^3.<ri>? Daguerreotype Portraiu
d? tn'mitable stvle, in from 10 to 40 seconds, at the corner of
?vww,y and Park Place?entrance ia Park Tlecc. jyll lm'
3 0 1 C B A
JOHN BT. ?INGMAN would respectfully inform the Larii.
making ndditions. to his already extensive Stock of the newest and ne
will be snared to make his E-tablishment a depot of everr stvle that i
1 lot splendid Gro de Royal t
1 do elegant colored Satin Striped Gro de Afrique ;
1 case rieb Chene, desirable pattern*;
1 do very rich Changeable Firurcd ;
2 do Figured Poi de Soi, mode colors :
1 do Striped and Figured Satin, rep'd :
N. B?Very rich Loug Shawls and Scarfs.
POUT OF NEW-VORK, JULY 22, 1841.
KM rises.4 40 I Moes sets.9 41
KM sets.7 14 I hich water.11 46
Liverpool, July 4. | Havre, indirect. J'.im- 21. ! N Orlean?. July l:i.
Bremen bark Ernest & Gustav, Barrmann, Bremen, Meyer, Shaw
j A Co.
Brirs Peter DemilJ, Luca?, Danen, fia, R At Demil!; Rellcfted,
(Swe) Baltimore, D H Schmidt; .Arab (llr) Thorns, London. Jams.
Watt ; Charles Carroll, Van Stavoorcn, Tampico, P A Hargons; Al
! bert Clark, Hallowell, Me. Nesmith A: Lerds.
Sehr- Abbot Lawrence, .M<-eker, Boston; Splendid, Taylor, Boston :
Star, Farnham, St Barl?, A Hnbbard A Co.
Ship Emulous,Meyers, 66 days from Buenos Ayres, wool. Ate-, N
Bre hm'Helena, Hcdland. 35 days from Bremen, with tmlze, to D
Fr briir Ar/.ae. P.acand, 40 days from Rocliclle, w ith brandy, to
! Boyd A Hincker.
; s Bark Rothehibl. Lansey, 43 davs from Bordeaux, brandy, <kc,
Brett A Vos.-.
Sehr Catherine, Kingsbury, 13 days from Porto Cabello, coffee, Ac.
P Hnrinonv A Co.
Sehr G H Wright. Cntts, 15 days from Atix Cayer, via Nassau, N P,
coffee, Ac. Brett A Vose.
Br sehr Orbit, Davidson, 10 days from Windsor, N S, plaster, to
Sehr George Pollock, Scott, ri days from Newborn, N C, naval
stores, Mitchell ?V. Co.
XT An nsrcenhlc nttd henltiiy Recreation in the
Afternoon.?No plaasaiiter or more attractive jaunt can be made at
this season of the year, than by taking a trip to Hoboki n and a walk
?long tbe shady and picture,que bunks on the margin of the rurr.
, As an ad-litirii>al inducement this summer it is generally admitted Isint
l the walk? and grouuds of tins charming spot an- now more beautiful
than ever. Access is rendered easy from different parts ofthecity by
the Barclay, Canal, and Christopher street Ferries, the Boats on ?hieb
have been newly mid comfortably refitted. In the evening the Canal
1 street Ferry Boat runs until ten o'clock from Hobok?n. jylO Owis'
XT rihortnea? of Breath. Coagh, Connnmption
cured.?Dr. Allen . If bv making this publ e statement I can induce
one individual to try your 11.iIs.-iiii.hmiI thereby save his life. 1 shall
feel thai I have not lived m vain. When I resorted to the useofyour
Balsam of Horebound, Liverwort mid Pleurisy Rent, my breathinc
I was so difficult that I wts compelled to he bolstered up in l*"i!. My
I couch was so distressing that 1 was deprived of sleep for most of the
; night. I was sinking very rapidly into consumption. I had tried
cheap and common remadies in vaia. One buttle of your Balsam so
far restored me ibai I was able to walk half s mile. I nm imw per?
fectly well. jy2? LY.MAN W. C. WALTERS. New-Rocbelle.
j Sold bv W. A. Tyler, wholesale agent, be Barclay-street; E. M.
Guion, 127 Bowery, corner of Grand-s'reet; Dr. Hart, corner ol
Broadway and Chambers street: J. O. Fay, at Miiuor's Drug Store,
comer of Broadway and John-street and H. Everett, 'Mil Greenwich
street _ jyi"
1h tins city, July 2U, Sylvester L. H. Ward, to Mclviua, daughter of
Judah Hammond. Esq.
lu this city; at St Peter's Church, by the Rev. C. C. Pise, John Le
Conte, M. I). of Go. to Miss Ellcnor J. Graham, of this city.
At Cincinnati. July 14, by Rev. Mr. Brooke, Henry Stanberry, E-q.
of Lancaster, Ohio, to Cecilia Kev, daughter of Hon. William Key
At New-Orleans, Edward Boureuia of that city, to Mis- Mary Jane,
second daughter of dipt R. A. Rarnp of New York.
At Newark, N.J. July 15, William II. Mather of New-York, to Miss
Hary A. Brower.
In this city, July 30, Charles W. Adams of this city, to Henrietta
Cullerry, of Stuten Island.
In this city, July 80. Arvilta, wife of Jsmes F. Telford, aged 20.
At Newark, July 30, Jane, relict of the late S(e|i|icn Van * ?orllaii.lt,
eg ml S3.
At Pleinfeld, N. J. Mary Margaret Moouey, widow of the late Capt.
Ale... Mooney, aired 13.
At Pari?, June Is1, alrr a short illness, Bartholomew Destouet, of
the lirm of Destouet & Brothers, of this city.
THE NORTHERN LICHT.
OlHcc SS Boss-cry.
rpHE NORTHERN LIGHT,devoted to free diseii'sion, and to
I. the dirTiioon ef Useful Knowlodge, Miscellaneous Literatur? nnd
General Intelligence. The principal object of the publication is to
diffuse information on subjects of practical usefulness. For the more
effectual accomplishment of this object, it i- proposed to give it a pop?
ular shape, and to afford it at SO low a rate as to place it within the
reach of all classes of readers.
It will be conducted by an association of gentleman, whose co?
operation consists of the following persons :
John A. Oix, T. R?mern Beck.
Gideon Hawlcy, Thomas Woolcolt,
Amu- Deau, Edward C. Delavan.
The publication will embrace four distinct branches of inquiry and
1st Politicul Economy.
3d. Literary and S< .entitle Miscellany.
4th. General Intelligence.
CON1ENT? OF VOLVMI I. NO. 4.
1st article. Education and Crime, by Alouzo Potter.
2d The Tariff, by D. It. Stockholm.
3d " Kurnl Life, bv N. S. Rossetnr.
4th " Hay-Making, by 8. W. Jewett.
5th " Town and Country, by John A. Dix.
6th '? Cheap Pleasures of a Country Life, by W. Uowitt
7th " Plants anil Quadrupeds of Massachusetts.
8th '? .Airncultural Publications.
t?th " A Forest Nook, by Alfred B. Stre.-t.
Uith ?? National Soc'etyi f Literature and Science,by Amos Dean.
Ulli " .Mental and Moral Philosophy, by S. S. Randall.
12th " Improved Navigation of the Hudson, bv Gideon Hawlcy.
13th " Astorian Wells, by Willis Gaylord.
14th " Meteorology of tbe Bahamas,
j 15th ' Youog Men's Associatioas, by John Cochrane.
Kith " Great Britain, by John A. Dix.
17th " Persecution oftheJewsof Damascus, by Edwin Croswell.
I 18th " China and the British Empire in the East, by Jas. Taylor.
19ih Congress, Great Britain, McLeod, Editorial Notices.
I Terms jl per nnntnii in advance, or ten cent- per number on do
i livery. Published monthly, delivered in hiiv part of thi? City or
i Brooklvs, and sent by mail to nil purl- of the United Stalls and the
I Cauad?s, by jy-22 ISRAEL POST, ? Bowery.
D~ AOIERRF-OTYPE PORTRAIT F.?tahlislm.eut
for sale, located in Broadway. To one wishing to engage in the
' bu.inesfi, this opportunity will be an inducement. Inquire corner
i Broadway and John-street.3d story. Room No. L j)"" ll^
TKANSslT ASs ritO.NO.TIIt'AI., for Katein; Chro?
nometers, a splendid article, for sale bv
j jy33 1W FR YE A: SHAW. 222 Water-st^
PRINTING PAPKB.-I'riiituii! Paper, of all qualities .md
size., constantly on hanJ and for sale t>v
jy23 PERSSE A BROOKS, 01 Liberty st.
BOYD'S BLEACHING POWDER-100 casks
Boyd's celebrated Rlescbiur Powder, Mist received and for- de by
I jy3S PERS3K Jfc BROOKS, 61 Liberty-st
BM K 8MAE.T*.?20 i isks F F F E. and F F F F iTEne
lish Blur Smalls, just received and for sale bv ,
jygj _PERSSE A BROOKS, 61 Liberty-st.
U'ATl'H GliASSBfJ?Tne subscriber is selling at No. 8
I II Joha-strcct a good assortment of the above named article, on
j reasonable terms. [jyS31m] JOHN GRAYDON.
J JAIN IN THE MIDST BREAST OR BACK,
a cured quicker than by any other means by applying Dr. Burton's
celebrated Green Plaster. It is as effectual euro; those who arc
afflicted should try it Price 35 cents.
Sold bv the Agents, Horace Everett. Druggist, .167 Greenwich, one
door above Franklia-street; Coddington's, cor. Hudson and Spring
street-, and Moss, cor. Grand and Carmon-sirct ts. jy2< It*
A NY GENTLEMAN may be instantly relieved from all pain dur
s1*. lie the operation of shavinr, by spplving bis razor to tlie ME?
TALLIC TABLET RAZOR STROP, uiveiited by G. Sauad-rs,
which supersedes the necessity of a hone, au I by which the most uu
?lilful can always prisduce as keen am! -inooth an edge as the razor
could by any possibility exhibit under the tnc-st experienced hanii.
K is the only effectual means which the art of nun has yet devised
forgiving to every man an opportunity of suiting his razor to his chin
with the sninii certainty as he can mend a pcu to suit his own hand,
and winch any person will be shown b) bringing adull razor and try?
ing thr tablet before purchasing. I'rire from $! to Few are Kept
finished with hisbly polished ivory handles, with cases made of the
most costly Turkey morocco, embossed full, and beautifully gilt, for
those gentlemen who f?ri inclined to possess the No l'lu- Eitra of the
useful, and the Nonpareil ol'lhc beaauful, forming, together with the
workmanship, an nsique specimen ef the beau ideal of perfection
XT A choice selection of PERFl MERY, CUTLERY, and all arti?
cles belonging to ihe toilette.
jv22 lwis-_G. SADNDERS. 163 Broadway.
No. It* BOWERY is decide4ly the best establish^
ment in New-York to get bargaius in the Boot aud Shoe line ;
you have only to call to be convinced. Ladies*. Gentlemen's,
Misses. Boys' aud Childrens' Boots, Shaes and Gaiter?, in all
their variety, of my own manufacture and warranted first rate, at
p ices to suit the times. Likewise a large assortment of good country
work, which will be sold very cheap.
jvoo WILLIAM AGATE. 114 Bowery.
HfOR GlT?fSC?^vT^the first das? British bars'
?fflftODESSA. Vau?aan, master, has-ing three-fourths oi her car
"****?go engaged and now going on board at pier 13, foot of Jones'
lane. E R., will positively sail on the 1st August
For balance of freight, or passage, having excellent cabia and
steerage acconimodati: ns, applv to
PERSSE A. BROOKS. 61 LiLerty-st. or to
jy33 GEO. GRESHAM, 65$ Wall-st ,
D-S T RE ET.
5 of New-York, and those visiting the Citv, that he U continualllv
nest DRY GOODS in tho market, ar.d assures the Pcbhc that no pain?
i desirable and fashionable. Please call and examine a splendid lot of
3 cases Black and Black plain Gro de Naples, Gro de Swis*. and
Poi de Sei;
1 ca?e striped Gm de Afrique and Heleniumi
2 do plain Gro de Nap, Gro de Swiss snd Poi de Soi. mode color' :
Together with Italian. Gro de Rhine, Gro de Franc.-, Satins, 'Ire
de Afrique, Florences, Sincaew-, Ac
JOHN H. DINGMAN, 301 Grand-'treet. corner of Orchard.
I_ W A NTS._
T,T7A.\TED.?Respectable families can be supplied with Pro
V V teslaiit mile and f inale and colored Servants, at the American
office. No. 564 Broadway, third door below Prince-street. The sub
scrit-erpledees himself that the business in this office will be done
with_triith and ju.-tice. !jy22 Iwl T. ELLIOTT. Proprietor.
fANTEB?A man Cook and n Laundress for a Hotel in the
country. Apply at 4c6 Brcalway this incrntng. j? It*
; IVANTED.?-sx co<?d Cooks, several women tor ceneral
i it house-work, six men for a brick > ard. several boys to learn
, music, ami a boy to lea' n hair dressing. The. subscribers do not cau?
tion appliraat; against re-ortin? to any of the " local' office.-, as every
office mast have some loclity. even if it be out of town. The only
universality they de?|re for their otfice is that of iivins miner-a]
satisfccf on. See their reference- in another part of this paper.
! _jy22 It*_JOHN' CcCABE A Co.. IttNassau-st.
; II'AMED-Pleasant inartments for a small quiet family, is a
' ? f retire.!, r- ipe l il Ii ueighborh sa I? tpper part sf this city or
WilJjanisliurg, south of Grand .-trect preferred. Address ?? North
? flloore-sL," Tribune office. jv'-'J tit. '
\l'ANTED?An Apprentice to learn thi Tin Smith business,
it A boy 14 or 15 years of age. One that can cone well recom
; mended and of ?ood moral character, may have a cod -ltuationby
I applying it 339 Grand street. No one need apply but those answer
i ing ihe above description. jySS It
C"'^TRI.?? WANTJED.?30 good Girls can thud iy obtain very
1" desirable situations to live ih respectable families; aNo, Men in
all capacities can baveempkryment obtained for them. Apply at the
City Office, s.o. 75 Canal-st/_ jv'l 3f
t'A.TI I Iii It?, Store and Hotel Keepers, < la aei of J
A all other employers, supplied with none other than respectable
und competent female and male help, free of expense. Apply a? above.
WAN TED?Au enterprising man to run s line of -tares through
Ea-t Broadway as often as one in ten minutes, ihe present line
running one -i-ee in twenty seven minutes. jySl 2t"
U"ANTE D?Six s.I Cooks. --veral weinen for general Hnu-e.
work, fi men for a brick yard, several boys to learn mil-iv for the
United States Service, Apply at '.<0 Nassau-st._jy-l It*
, IVjrANTED?Situations for j"od white and colored Waiters,
i *T Furnier? and small Boys. Employers can have tjjeai aithout
: charge. Apply at ihe United Slate- Intelligence Office, 4iG Broad
I way, above Taltersal's. jySO 2t*
U'ANTED?A partner for a l'cnleel and profitable business.
This to n insu with small capital, say 8330, is an opportunity sei
] dorn offered. Addre?, n. W. at this orthe. statiog where an interview
? nay be had. None but ? cash customer need apply. jy'-o 2t
i U/'AWTBIJ)?Temperate, faithful Servants, whs have lived a
i It year er more in a place, at ibe original office, 47^ Broadway,
j hi seinem. All such arv insured steady Situations w ithout delay.
VT/AIVTED?PLaces for three first rate Coachmen and Grooms,
i il who understand training horses, having ser?i-d a regular ap
I prenticeship at i he business in the tld country. Their recommend i
llons are of ihe first character. Apply at .VI Broadway. jySO Im
WANTED.?Us) Young Men. Americans, to go oil Whaling
Voyages, in First Rate Ship-, also wanted Carpenters. Coopers,
j and Blacksmiths, to whom extra lays will be given. All Clothing and
necessary Articles furnished on the credit of the Voyage. For further
information apply to C. WHITE, Agent, No. Ill South-st. N. York.
je?W 1 ill"
WANTED? \ place n? chambermaid in u private family, by ?
young woman w ho is familiar w ith the duties, and is experien?
ced in Starching and Ironing. Please apply personally or by note at
No. 63 Barclay "sL __ jv!3:tf
< Vl/*ANTED-At the New-York Intelligence Office, HOGrund
| I ! street, this day, American, English, Irish and Scotch girls for
j immediate employment. Good servants can always have good places
from thu above office. Also w auled, several girl- and men for city
and country. jy8:U*
U7AIVTED-Respectable families, and the public generally, are
? " informed that the United Slates Intelligence Office is removed
! from ">04 to 456 Broadway, between Tattersall's and Graad-St., where
j the best of male and female Servants can be hud, for the city or any
: purt of the United States. City reference given in all cases.
je25tf S.W. GOODFRY.
BOARDING.?Three or four slngb' genilemen, ami a gentle
uiau anJ his wife, can be accommodated with Board nnd rooms
, at 7* Beekman-strcet. References cm hanged._j)22 1 lit'
i s~7TV\HTABOKEKsj WANTED," at 27$ Hudson street,
I \f\f to go a few miles into the country. Also, Farmers aud
Lads. _jy30 3f
I "|*0 PAPEROIAKERSi.-A lot of Paper Shavings, mostly
I A sized and in good order, for sale. Apply at 15 Ann-sL jy'J0 3l'
Iy ?Om.!t. with or without Board.?One or two eligible Rooms
A can be obtained by respectable families or single gentlemen, in
la plcasaiil.niryhoii.se in Murray-Street, where there arc. but few
boarders. Terms moderate. A note addressed H. M., office of the
Tribune, will meet with attention. _ jyil lw*
BOA K D.?A small family, or -ingle geutlenieii. can have' Board
and pleasant rooms in a private family, mi East Broadway.?
I House first class, a few select bourders and location very desira?
JOHN .VicCAKE cV Vo.'n INTKLI.IGF.NCF! OFFICE."No.
91* Nassau-street, (between Fulton und Ann,) New-York.
R E F E R E N CEs:
Washington Irving, Esq. Hon. Mn-es H. Grinnell,
Henry Breevort, Jr. Esq. Prof. Rnnwick. je30 istf
' A(\ REWARD?The Tribune has been stolen from several
Va? places in the First Ward, and The .s'tm substituted in Us pluco.
I will give two dollars rewnrd to auv one who will detect the thief.
jy7:lf S. BEEBK, Cirri, r.
BOARDING.?A geiiileman ami iiis wife and three single gen?
ilemen can be accommodated with Room- und Board in a private
family. Apply at BO Hester-SL comer of Orchard. Terms moderate.
jyl4 3w *
OTEL, OR A HOME.?" Hard tunes." true; but boat
fare, how low, and entertainment at the spacious hou-e 6'J and
71 Beekman-street only 75 cent' per day. _jylO Im*
B~??RDERS WANTED.?Two or throe young gentle?
men may obtain pleasant rooms and Board in a quiet private
family of six persons, by applying at No. 46 Fulton-st For those
who desire a business locution', ihis will be found eligible. Terms
' moderate. - _je-1 tf
BOA RDINIsL---Two^entleinen and thoir wive*, or three ar
four single gentlemen may obtain deliehtfnl airy apartments, with
full board or breakfast and to i only, in a vci y quiet and respectnble
neighl-orhood, and one of th? uiost healthy and central locations in the
City, being in ihe immediate vicinity of the Post Office. References
given and required. Enquire st IS Cky-Hall Place. jcffetf
BOARD AND ROOMM may be obtained in a private family,
by applyme at 206 Hudson-sl. je7-tf
?LEASANT ROOMWIind gocat Family Board may bo ob
1 tamed by a few persOLs of quiet habits at 65 Iffurray-SL The
locution is very central, und on every account a desirable residenco.
jlARTKTI'AK NOTICE? Those persons having fuini
1 tare of any description to dispose of, or who are breaking up
hsiusp-kcepiiic, will find a ready sale, fbr any portion or all of their
yixhls, by sending their address, or calling upon the subscriber.
?vodt tu tiny amount purchased.
jy.Hmis F. COLTON. l'-7 Chatham sipiare.
S JVXME?TS? RULED CAP AND LETTER PAPf.R.'ia
? lot-s t- suit purchasers, for sale by PKRSSE A BROOKS, No.
al'HI.EH.?40 liH-ket. Rii-.-i i dr.I UuilS, !"? r ?.1- bv
jy20 GRINNELL. MINTURN' it CO. 78 South st.
C* RASH.?20bales Russia Crash, for snle by
j jySO GRINNELL. MINTURN it CO. 7? South-st
BE EACH IN 13 POWDER.?too ca.-ks Boye,' celeoraied
Bleaching Powder, for sale by
ml!) if PERSSE A BROOKS, 61 Lfberty-stresjt
H lTORI DE OF iTl.TlET?2i.?j u.^i of r!
Chloride of Lime for sale bv
je15 PKRSSE AwBROOKS. 61 Libcrty-st.
nXH\Tu>COMOT!VE ? YANKEE CARD PRESS,'
1 63 and 70 Nassau-?U, (oae door from John.; prints every variety
of Cards. Bt prices ranging from $1 75 per upwards. m'20-4m_
TTv/i REAMS large Imperial Pris-iiiic Pup-r fjr sale: 25 by 37
1 UU niche.?^>iie and quality oftlie I olio New-Yorker.) It will
be sold cheep for casn. Apply to the Editor of this paper. ml)
I>ED BACK .MONE Y on aiTThe Itauhs taken at par f-r
V Dry tloods. No abatement in prices, 4?! G.-eenwich-st |vlfi 1m*
ARTIN W. EMM ON'!* h-'.-p- constantly on aand all kind
BRASS A GERMAN' SILVER Castinrs. je-CsSm
iVRIE RAILROAD ACCEPTANCES?Wanted at
|l(w rates. H- GRAY A Co. 60 Wail It
ED KACK MONEV on all the Banks taken at par for
Dry Goods, wholesale and retail, at 414 Pearl-sL jylti lm*
s^HEATHINT. COPPER".?2"0 cases English Sheathing
Copper, from 14 to 'f- oz. for sale by
jyaO GRINNELL. Ml N'T URN Jc Co. 7; South-st._
RUSSIA SilEETI.Nti!-.?" hales, brown and bleached,
Russia Sheeuncs, for sale by ._
jy.U " GRINNELL. MINTURN A ( u. 7; South-.t.
?1>I.T ROPE_It'" .-...!- as-ort- '. Russia Rdt Rope for
sal- by jySO GRINNELL. MLVTURN A Co, 73 South st.
TRGOLST-1. casks, for sale by GRINNELL, MINTURN A
A. CO. 73 South sL__1>20_
ATJPRR??30 casks Ombro. for sale by GRINNELL, MIN
ril 4LE HONE? S5j3?9 lbs. suoerysr quality, for sale by
jy-20 GRINNELL. MINTURN A Co. 73 SouU-st
MID DER.?30 casks Ombro. for sale ny uhulicll, mi.
TURN A CO. 7r South st._
li'UALE OIE-500hbls.f.rsalebv _ ^
l\ jyag_GRINNELL, MINTURN A CO. 73 South-st.
AN DEE S.?200 boxes Sperm Candles for sale by
_jy20_GRINNELL. MINTURN A ra 73 South-st
QAXEi CLOTH.-700 packs Russia Saul Cloth, assorted, for
? sale by GRINNELL. MINTURN sVCo. 18 8oath-?U jy80'
Fst^^AR?rclTE'WAGO.N FOR SALE.?
Apply at No. y Burton-st- jyl61w*
Er- CENTEEMEN arriving from Uc South ?ad West,
wishing for a fashionable outfit, arc particularly invited to call at the
NEW-YORK CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
i-Ei Fulton-st. near Bresdway,
where can always be fbwad a large a:id desirable assortment of Isuper?
fine West of England Cloths and Casficieras, Casbmirtles an.! Drnb
D'Etr.. for Summer Coau ; London Fancy Cassimeres and Drillings,
for Pants ; S.Ik ChaJ'y and Marseilles Vestiags; ail of which are of
superior quality, and will I* made to order at the shortest nonce, and
in a style ucsurps-.ed by any establishment in the city, at <0 per
cent, below credit prices. Strict pusctusiity observed m riJliDg or?
ders. Cash on delivery and no abatement in prices.
P.S. The cutting department i? still under the superintendence of
Mr. M. Gsvlord. whose services have been too weil ?ppreciatevi by a
fashionable puhhe to need any comment. Particular attention paid
to cutting pan la. jylOtf_J. C. BOOTH, -A reel.
"PARLEY'S UNIVERSAL HISTORY,
On the bnii? of Geography for the use of Families.
Two Volumes bound in One. nuking a rich lOiao. volume of76Q pa?
ges. Illustrated wuh more than
300 MAPS AND ENGRAVINGS:'
Nestlv bound in muslin, full gilt back, at the extremely low price of
-?I .25.?pubh-hed and tar sale by J. A. HOISLNGTON,
156 Fultoa-tt 3d door east of Brondw ay.
Every F-mily where there are chUdren who can read doubtless will
not let the prr?ent opportunity pass without purchasiue the above
s jluable work; as it is not only the cheapest but decidedly the be.-t
work of the kind thit can be put into the haads of the youih of leoth
sexes i for while it possesses all the imaginative charms and lively at?
tractions of the. best works of fiction it exhibit, the truth.- of History
in such clear and vivid colors as to make lasting and useful impressions
,.n the youthful mind; an:! instead of rilling it w ith those wild unnat?
ural vagaries that are to be met with m many of the books that now
tind their w.iy into the hands of youth, it will store their minds with
the solid truths of the History of the past ami present time.-, w ell cal?
culated to prepare them for usefulness and happiness. It will make
sU subsequent reading and reflection on the subject of history, both
Useful and interesting, and a -timulus to research and ever after be a
thread to gunte the enquirer through the labyrinths of Historical lore.
The following are selected from the numerous recommendations of
the public press :
"Parley's I mvfrsai. HtSTOBV.?It is written in a beautiful and
pure style, and i- a very interesting N-os for all resders. It is full of
captivating -tone- and |e;rciiJs. that cannot (ail to rivet the attention
and excite further curiosity. It is fortunate for ourcoaatr*. and pro?
mises well for it- finite happiness, that such attention is given to the
wants of the people, ami that such beautiful mediums of instruction
?ire provided. We perceive it ha- heen examined and recommended
by more than forty of the teacher- in this city." [V Y. Obscver.
??I conider u one of the be-t works of it- talented and indefatiga?
ble author. Iis style is clear, and its plan shaws the labor of thought.
It is based as all such works sbo'tld be, upon Geography, and jodi
I ciously cemented with Chronolosy. Iii* surprising thatany analy?
sis of so complex a science as History,should disregard what have
been so aptly termed its 1 two eyes,'?Geography and Chronology."
[L. II. Sigouroey.
" Familiar, lively sad agreeable in their style, they blend the charm
of the Story with the itraver interest of historical or scientific truth."
[N. Y. Tribuuc.
" Thi- is one pf those truly valuable children's book- tor whieS the
' world is indebted to Peter Parley. No compiler of books fcr children
w as ever half so popular." (Brother Jonathan.
"It should be placed in the hand.- of every youug man "
" Tin.- appears to us the niest valuable of any of tue numerous w orks
from In- pen. [N. Y. Observer.
"Thi- in our estimation is the be.-t work ever written by Mr. Good*
: rieb. We commend it to families believing that all ages may be (.'rati?
fied au 1 tieiielitcd by its study." lOliveLoaC
! "It is well calculated to impart to the youthful mind the elements
' of Geography, History .and Chro-olnry." jstSilw 'Com. Adv.
WW. 13. ( aim A- < ?.
v Qf* PEARL-STREET, (opposite Ced?r-sL ) have for *slo by the
j 7)0 package or m lots to -mt city jobbers, retailers and the
country trade, a full and complete -leek of Combs and Fancy Goods,
which they will sell "? the best terms. They hare lately received in
store the following, viz:
2U cases Ivory Combs, deep and narrow, of every length.
51HHI dozen Tortoise Shell Combs of overs size and description.
3000 do imitation do every sort for shippiug.
30 cases Hair. Cloth and other Brushes, full assortment.
25 cases English pack anil pound Pins, of all prices.
5 eases Needles, Hemming St Suns, and other approved makers.
Senses Knitting Pins and Bod kills.
Spool Cotton, Corset Hii.l Boot Laccts, Tape*. Cord?.
Hooks & Eyes, Silver Pencil Cases; Silver Thimbles.
Brass and Steel Thimbles, Percussion l aps.
Penknives and S, i>..,r? on Cards, Razors, Spectacles,
Accordeons, Suspenders, Gsrt*rs, Bead-,
Pearl, Gilt, lasting aad velvet Buttoss of all kinds,
Hone Buttons, Whalebone Goods. London and other Soaps,
Perfumery, Gillolt's Pen?. Morocco Pocket Books,
nnd a great variety of of er goods, well adapted Ifor city and country
trade, well worth the intention of Dealers. jyUilmts
tl'O the p C is i, I ('.?Circumstances rendering it necessary
A for ma 10 leave the city ill pursuit of health, 1 have th? pleasure
to announce that Dr. A. DOOI.ITTI.E, the Botanic Physician, so cele?
brated for the cure of Cancers, Polypus, dec Ac without surgical ope?
ration, residing at No. 215 Centre-street, opposite the Centre Market,
in tins city, has become my sole wholesale and retail agent for the City
. and State of New-York, for the sale of my remedies for the diseases
ol the Eve- and Eyelids. Dr. A. D -?littie will attend to all demands
for my remedies, wineh are for sale at y?! 50?viz Nob. I, 2.3. 1. 0 and
i 0, which be is permitted to apply. The other No*, li, 7 and 3, a3 well
\ as my remedies for Deafness may be obtained of me through him. by
persons in easy circumstances, at his office, eitl.er personally or by
letter- post-paid. My remedies (the Nos. aforesaid; .-.re put up in
; packages enveloped in my Treatise upon the the Eye and Ear of llfl
po:;e-. entitled ' Every Man his <>wu Oculist,' winch contains ample in?
structions for their application. Southerners and all others will find
it for their advantage to keep a supply of every No. for the use of their
families and servants, in order to meet the diseases of every one. Dr.
A. Dor-little is authorized by me to make a liberal allowance to all re?
spectable persons who are desirous to sell my remedies by retail,
whether of this city or elsewhere.
N. B. For the accomniodatirn of the afflicted residing in the lower
part of the city, the remedies Nos. I. 2, 't. I. 5 and '.) may be procured
of a lady on the first floor of No. 213 Broadway, at $2 5" per packuL?
All other persons who desire to become wholesale or retail agents may
apply to Dr. A. Dooliltle.
The immense number cured by Dr. W.'s remedies in almost every
eitv of nine in the Union is sufficient to etlCOIItage the afflicted to pro?
cure them, and the vi b-nt opposition of inttrttttd persons is the
greatest proof of their utility.
Providence House, 419 Broadway, New.York. Julv 7th, 1611.
Witin -seil by William Lloyd. JOHN WILLIAMS.
jy2()lwis* the English Oculist
p. b. jkhki.i,,
SIGN PAIN! ER.
SCRIP HAND SIGNS EXECUTED IN THE NEATEST MANNER.
'.il JoHN-STkBET, between OoLD and Pearl, jyl'.l 1 in
ii.' YV. Til aver, ltt. D.
No 9 HOWAKO street,
Office consultations from 7 tn 10 A. M. and I to 3 P. M. jyl" Im
SEMME R-O VE N .71A !V V a?ACT?BER,
No. it'29 ftRAND-st RriET, orrostTE Essex .Market.
je2T> N. R. Ovens Repaired. lm
lti JOHN-ST.?THIRD SToRY. je23 tf
: V IN CENT L . DILL'S
_No 12t> Fulu?n-st. (fourth story) New-York._jelO tf
(CHEAP FOR CASH.
H ausvekeeping Hardware nnd Cutlery,
'2'2'J Buictiy. bttrtcn sprtng end Princc-ttreeH. je.tt/
J. E. EEAM11VG.
ATTORSET AT law?COJKMlSSlOtriR OF DEEDS.
No. 27 Beekman-st jeS-2m
SUPERIOR. WHITE LEAD.
For sale at the Office of
THE BROOKE VN WHITE EE ad COMPANY,
No. 180 FaoMT-ST., N. Y.. and No. 35 Eromt-st.. Brooklyn, L. L
iu22 N. 11. White I.-Oil-, l.'olo-ir-, .v... :'..r -a> s- .hove. tf
By th>; Dagwrrcotypc Proress.
M. D. Vnn Loan, encceeeor to A. S. Woicotf,
Upper Stoky of Grasite Cvilding,
Corner of Broadway and Chambers-st, (entrance m Chambers) N. Y
XIT Lik?ue--e.a taken from 7 .OL till sundown, in any kind of wea?
ther?Clear, Cloudy, or Rainy jy&lia
\0\C NEED DESPAIR, "
MESSRS. PHASE .V SON?Dear Sir.?With pleasure I forward
you tnis note to show forth the inestimable virtues of your val?
uable Compound Hoarhouud Candy, eo as to convince the sceptical
that wheu ?11 oth'r remedies fail and the skill of physicians outdoae.
let the patient try this last but uot lea-t remedy that will raise thai
sue w ho is fast withering and going to the tomb.
I bad for two years to underro many experiment-, and made use
of nuaiberlcss remedies, and my disease increased more alarming
every day .but after I had made two trials of Pease's Candy, the in
daminaii?u of the chest and lungs was materially relieved, and now
m thankful tu say I am permanently and radically cured, and enjoy
better health than I have for teH years, and so great a blessing has n
been to me that I feel bound to eominuaicate my case to the public
particularly those who are so unfortunate as I hare been.
jel9 E. A BOTTOM, 9<l Ludlow-st
IT Nouc is genuine unles? eich package is signed J. Pease Sc. Sor
45 Division street of whom it csu be obtained Wholesale and Retail.
PEEASERE EN SHAVING bv the use of CHAPMAN'S
MAGIC RAZOR STROP, with which every person may keet
his razor is perfect order, whether at sea or uu land. It present" foui
faces, each of different sharpening properties, commencing witn ta?
metallic Hone, of ten limes tie power of the ordinary hone, and fin?
ishing on the simple calfskin. Retail prices 50 cents, 75cents, $1 00
$1 25, and $1 50, each according to size and outward finish. The per
forming pari of a 75 cent Strop the same as one at $1 50.
L. CHAPMAN, 102 William sl
N. B. The performing part of my 75 cents Strop warranted to b?
superior to Geo. Saundsrs' best, at $3 each, and the money returned i
the purchaser be dissatisfied. je30 lmis
FOUND?At Coney Island, ou Sunday, the 18th tnst. a Wallet
containing a suni ?f inone'. The owner, by calUng at 81 Nassau
street proving his property and paying charges, caa have the same
restored to him. jy213t*
HALLS OF TEJIPERAACB,
BROADWAY. NEAR PEARL-STREET. LATE THE
Mane-nic or Gothic Hail.
GRAND OPENING FETE? MONDAY. July ?Ii, tin** splendid
Halb will be opened. ?ix:
First. The Grand Hat.i., which, to point of capacity, magnificence
and splerdo , ?tan Is alone and unrivaled in th? L'aiou;
Secondly, The Great Doric Hall, equally distinguished for its
simplicity, its beauty, and Commanding size i
Tnirdly, The Vast Gothic Hall, which traverse? the entirety of
the building, and crowns tae whole in solemn grandeur and imposing
magsificence, the splendi-i meuionil of a feudal age. and venerated,
relic of the early arts ;
On which occasion several of our most distinguished Divines will
assist in the ceremony, and some of ?tur most popular Orators adslresa
the audi.snce on the great qnesuon of Moral Reform. Interspersed
through the proceedings of the evening there will be
A GRAND SACRED CONCERT,
Vocal and Instrumental, from the no.-k* of HsndrL
The doors w ill be opened at 7 o'clock, and the Concert, Ac. will
commence precisely at 8. .\t 10 o'clock, an Elegant Sorna, upen
Temperance principles. ?i'l be served up in tue Doric Hall, with the
same splendor ami magnificence that was displayed in London at the
Great Tcmp?raa;e Festival at the Cobiscum.
Tickets of admission Oat Dollar, including the Supper.
Parties, incluuiug Ladies, wishing to secure seats, are respectfully
informed that the Settees ;ouly rixteeo ic number> can be secured for
the evening t euch Settee accommodates jix persons.
SulMCriben to the Read.ngRuom Library and Gotiic Hal! are free
10 till- Fete.
The otbc--1> now open for the sale of Tickets and receipt of Sub?
scription-. JOHN W.vLMER, Sc. r-tary sad Librarian.
Tickets may al-o be procured at the Bookstore of J. A H. G. Lang
ley, .">7 Chatham-street, aud at the Tsmi-crance House- and princi jsl
Music Stores. jy994t
THURSDAY EVENING, July 22.1. 1841.?Immense Attract on.?
Triumphant success of the SWISS FAMILY. This talented
Family lias been received in nearly every city of Europe with un
boundi-st applause. Tney will base the honor of making their fourth,
appearance in a uovel and pictorial Drama, in one act, eutitled
RAPHAEL'S DREAM: and the COCOA-.MT BALLET':
In consequence, of the great success of the VALET UE SH AM, it
will be repeated this evening.
A ?enes of new Val.es and Uuadrilles will be played in the Prome?
Two splendid Overture..'
Tiic evening's eatertaiauieuti * ill commence with ? Pupulsr Over?
ture, to be followed by a neu pictorial Dram i. ta one act, written to
illustrate some of the most celebrated Paintings of Antiquity, entitled
With new had appropriate .Sceuery.
The Artist's Studio, in which wbl be exhibited the Classic Tableaux,
executed bv the justly celebrated Swiss Family.
An Intermission of half mi hour will bo al|j?ed for Refreshments,
and the Prunieuade Musicals, in the Grand .-alooii, in which a splon-_
did Orchestra ha.- been er.-. ted, designed to represent the Temple of
Apollo, a In Musard I The nnequaled Band, led by Uu celebrated
Mr. Thomas, will play several n-v. Vslse- und Quadrilles '.
To be succeeded by the wonderful Swiss Family,whowUlgivs their
celebrated Cocoa Nut Dunce, received nightly with shsuts of appro?
bation and applause.
Previou- te the last piece a popular Overture.
The whole to conclude with the favorite comic Burletta. which has
elicited roars of laughter, u I'd the
VALET DE SHAM
Deeds of dreadful note are in preparation
The Swi>? Family will make their dftn sp| aarancc here To Morrow
Mi? J me Slomatt's second night on Satnr lay next.
Tickets Fifty Cent-. iy?i
irlESSRS. FRENCH A HEISER have the honor to inform their
riends and the public generally, that the Garden is open lor the season.
SIGNAL RUCKE l'> w dl lie tin d at .'iite ia!s, from sundown until
nine o'clock every fair evening when at nine o'clock there will be a
beautiful piece of FIREWORKS SET OFF.
THE BAND will commence si ; o'clock , and w ill amuse theviait
srs with the most Popular, Patriotic and. National Airs, Ac, during
Tickets?!2j cents each, for which Refn shmetttS will be git-en.
ARCARIA.Y <..% liI>K.N. til, ? Ucr?tres-t.
I [NPARALLELED SIR CESS.?.Mr. H, Idea, the unrivalled Mu
l gieian, and Master Chambers, whoso wonderful Contortions <>f
Body, which has becu the wonder of the learned and curious through?
out the country, aud has been styled the Indian Rubber Boy,
with Singing and other amusements, of which duo notice will bo
Concerts every Tuesday and Thursday Evenings. Admission only
ISt cents. jylClm
*> 4.Kl*!? EXCURSION TO NEXV
?to? ais;s.s.d:. GLEN COVE, AND
PEA4'4?CK'S POINT, o Su? ?yHom?
ing, July93, giving passenger- an opportunity to remain at each
place a sufficient time to view Long Island Sound and the beautiful
-ceiiery of the surrounding country,
i Tire commodious low-pressure steamboat SUPERIOR, (.'apt John
, Goatd, mi Sunday Morning. July 2.1, will leave the i'.mi nfChansbnes
?treot at u quarter to 'j, Tier No. 1 B ittery at half past !?. Csthrrine-st.
Ferry in Brooklyn, quarter before 10, loot of Market-street at 10, und
foot of Ri vington street at quarter past 10 o'clock, precisely.
Returning, wil I leave Peacock's Point quarter to :i P.M ; Glcu Cose
at 3 o'ulock, and New RocheUeat I o'clock.
The Superior will arrive at the city si an earlv hour.
FARE EACH WAY TWEN I Y FIVE CENTS.
Refreshments of the best quality will be furnished on board extra,
and c\ery attention w ill be given that will conduce to the cointsirt ul"
those w ho may honor tin- boat with their company.
) The Superior will on Tuesday m- ruing next make her usual
I excursiou to the Fishing Banks oil' Sandy Hook. jy.fi!
fi?.7IILY BOARIMN~4^-SCHO?T'FOR BOYS,
WILTON, I'airfield Comity. Conu.?JAMES BET I'd, Principal.
. This School is in successful operation. A few aro wanted to make up
the limited number of 90. For further information, and circulars con
taioing particulars, reference may be bud to Rev.Samuel Wbilllesey,
I Brick Church Chapel, otficw of the Mothers' Magazine, to E. H. Rob
nrts, corner ef Peck Slip and Water-street, or Dr. T. L. Mason, 10U
Pine-Apple-street, Brooklyn. _ jyl'j 7t*
OCK AND BUILDING STONE.?The Subscriber
will deliver on board of vesaels at the Prison Dock, Dock Stone
for 1.1 cents per ton. and Marble Building Stono for 3s 6d p?r ton.
States Prison, Mount Pluusant, June 0. 1849,
Jel9 6m D. L. SEYMOUR, Agent
s- ?IIBAP! CHEAP] CHEAP'-Engraving at half price!
V.. A Visiting Card Plate engraved an I fifty cards printed, for only
$1,50. Business Cards and alf other Engraving at half price, at 40}
Cortlana't, corner of Greenwich-street Please call and see speci?
mens. __jy 16 Im
PAVILION FOUNTAIN, Saratoga~Springs.^fbIs cefe
brated Mineral Water, constantly nn hand, fresh from ibe
Spring?, for sale, wholesale and retail, by tue Agent?,
GASSON a YOUNG, 139 Chatham-st
N. B.?fent to any part of the City free of expense. jyl5 lm*
CANADA ilONEY W A NTE D ??he following price, -,.
Bank of Moutreul, Montreal.?.2J to .1
City Uank, " .?...?.. do.
Peoples' Bank, '? . uo.
Bank of British North America, Montreal,. do.
Union Bank, " .l1
Quebec Bank, " .3
je-1 tf H. GRAY 4. CO. t;0 Wall-.nreel.
STATE OF NE W.YORK, n?.-IN CHANCERY.-Dau
iel Low vs. Isaac Gibson, James VV. Otis, Robert Mason, sad
In pursuance of a decretal order of this Court, made in the aboie
entitled cause, will be .?ij at public auction, by or under tne direction
of the subscriber, one of the Masters of -aid Court, at the Public
House of Charles Stebbina, ill Toiiipkmsvillo, Richmond Couuty anil
Slate of New York, an the sixth djy of September next, ai 12 ?'clock
Boon of that day?
All that certain farm or plantation situate, lying aud being in the
town of So.ithlr Id, in the County of Richmond and State of New -
York, near the Narrows, beginning at a rock in the beach nt the norm
east corner of the laud of Jeremj Simousen, ruuaing frum theaee
aloug his line south sixtv degrees, west sixty nine chains ninety links
to the land of Amos Ronke, bought of Jac-ib Vreeland, tfaenee north
forty-nine decrees, west three 'hams end nineteen lluks, thence north
six degrees and thirty minutes, west four chains, north six uegrees
and ihtrty minutes, weal four chains sixty-eight links, thence north
four degree., east three chains, thence north three degrees and thirty
B?hntes, ??t three chains sixty-six links to a chesnut tree, thence
north eight degrees and tilteen minutes, east one chain and ninety
links, thence north seventy degrees, east tiire? chains twenty-eight
iiu?s to !?ad of Newberrjrs heirs, ibensc south fony-six degrees, east
seventy-live links, thence north sixty degrees, east two chains, thence
north fifty degrees, eust t*o chains sixty-six links, thence north two
degrees and thirty miuuiei, west four chains to the land of Jsmen
Segrun, thence north thirty-five degrees aud titter n minutes, esst one
chain eighty-four links, thence north sixty-four degrees sad fifteen
minutes. ?ast five chains and fifty link? to lands ol the said Daniel
Low, thence north sixty six degree* ami thirty minutes, east two
chains and twenty-one link?, thouce north fifty-six degrees aud thirty
minutes, east two chains und fifty-three links, thence north sixty-four
degrees and thirty minute-, east -even chains and twenty-two links,
thence north sixty-one degrees and thirty minutes, east three chains,
thence north fifty-six degrees and thirty minutes, east eight chains
twenty-live link;, theLce north sixty- hree degrees, east fourteen
chains and fifteen links to the land of Richard SiNa, thence south
thirty-one degrees and thirty minutes, east three chains and eighteen
link-, tkeuce north seventv-two degree-, cast three chains and fifty
link- to the lands of Timothy Bouham. thence south forty dngree?, e.i?f.
one chain and thirty-?ig.hi links, thence north fifty-six degrees and
thirty minutes, east four chaiu. and twenty-four links to a heap of
stones upon the shore, thence along the shore south thirty-even de?
grees, east thirteen chains len links to the place of beeiumng, bound?
ed easterly by the Narrows, southerly by the land of Jacob Garretsoo
and Timothy Beuham, aud westerly by land formerly of Jacob ? res
land, northerly bv land frrm-rly of Viueeat Fountain and others, con?
taining one hund-ed and twelve acres, m-re; or less
Abo, all that piece or parcel of land under water, situate ta the.
town aforesaid, beginning on the shore of the Bay eight chains and
.utv liaks south easterly from the sauts-westerly corner of the land
of Timothy G Beabam. and running thence along the line of the shore
.outh,th rty-seven degrees, west two chains lo a point two chains and
fifty liuks north-westerly '>?"> the north-east corner of the land of
the'heirs of Jeremiah Simonsou, deceased, ihence south sixty degrees
east into said Bav U tne di-iance of fivs hundred feet from low water
mark, theu north'thirty-seven degrees west two chains, theo south
i7.itv degrees west lo the place of beginning.
The above described property will be sold in parcels according to
Ute respective interests of the several defendants in this suit
Dated New-York, July 22 154L
THOMAS HcELRATH, Master in Chancery,
jy-it lawts Ho. *i Joha-strc*'.