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3t Neto C?'orfc bv 33ot.
Little thinking of the pl-w for this happy settlement in
life which had suggested itself to the teeming brain of his
provident Commander. Hugh made no pause until Sain: Dun
Han s gianu ?truck the hour above him. when he worked the
handle cf a pump which stood hard by. with great vigor, and
thrusting his head under the spout, let the water gush upon I
him until a little stream ran down fr.-uu even- uncombed hair. I
?md he was wet to the waist. Considerably refreshed by J
tiiis ablution, both in mind and bodv, und almost sobered for j
the time, he dried himself as he bes't could ; then crossed the
road, and plied the knocker of the Middle Temple gate. |
The night-porter looked through a small grating in tin
port*] with a surly eve, and cried ?'Halloa!" which greeting j
Hugh returned in'kind, and bade him ope" quickly.
'? We don't sell beer here," cried the man J - what else do j
vou wnnt!" j
" To come in," Hugh replied, with a kick at the door.
" Where to go to V
" Whose chambers ?"
" Sir John Chester's." Lieh of which answer* he emp'tta
-iscd with another kick.
After a little growling on the other side, the gate was
opener', and he passed in; undergoing a close irisjiectionfron,
the porter as he did so.
" You wanting Sir John, at this lime of night'" said th<
'? Ay! ' said Hugh. " I! What ef that V
" Why, I must go with y?u and 5ec that you do. for I do n't
"Come along, then."
i.yeing him with suspicious looks, tho man, with key and
lantern, walked on at his side, and attended him to Sir John
Chester's door, fit which Hugh gave ?ne knock, that echoed
through the dark s'aircase like a ghostly summons, and marl"
the d-jH light tren ble> in the drowsy lamp.
" Do you think ne wants me now .'" said Hugh.
Before the man had time to answer, a footstep was heard
within, a light appeared, and Sir John, in Iiis dressing-gown
and slippers, opened the door.
" I ask your pardon. Sir John,'1 said the porter, pulling Oil
his hat. " Here's a young man says he wants to speak ti>
you. It '? late tor strangers. I thought it best to see thai
all was ripht."
"Aha?" cried Sir John, raising his eyebrows. "It's
\ou, messenger, is it? Coin. Quite right, friend, [com?
mend yaur prudence highly. Thank you. God bless you
To be commended, thanked, God-Mossed, and bade good
night by one who carried " Sir" before his name, and wrote
liimsell M. 1'. to boot, was something Cora porter, lb
withdrew with much humility and reverence. Sir John fol?
lowed his (ale vi-.iter into the dressing-room, and sitting in
his easy chair before the rite, and moving it so that he coul l
see him as he stood, hat in hand, beside the dour, looked m
biir. f].,m |?.q,i t? f(l0t.
The old face, calm and pleasant as ever; the complexion,
quite juvenile in its bloom und clearness; the sumo smile;
the wonted precision and elegance of drus> ; the white, well
ordered teeth; the delicate hands; the composed and quiet
manner; everything us it used to be: no marks of age 01
passion, envy, hate, or discontent: all unrulHed and serene,
and quite delightful to behold.
He wrote himself M. P.?but how ! Why, thus. It wa?
rt proud family?more proud, indeed, than wealthy. He htm
stood in danger of arrests; of bailiffs and a jail?a vulgar
jail, lo which the common people with small incomes went.
Gentlemen of ancient houses have no privilege of exemption
from such cruel laws?unless they are of one great house,
and then they ha.e. A proud man of his stock and kindred
had the means of sending him there. He offered?not in?
deed to pay his debts, but to let him sil for a close borough
until his own son came of age, which, if he lived, would
come to pass in twenty years. It wus quite as good as an
Insolvent Act, and infinitely more genteel. Sir John Chester
was a member of Parliament.
But how Sir John ? Nothing so simple, or so easy. One
touch with the sword of state, ansl the transformation is ef?
fected. John Chester Esquire, M. P. attended court?wen:
up with an address?headed a deputation. Such elugaricc
of manner, so many graces of deportment, such powers ol
conversation, could never pass unnoticed. Mr. was too
coraiauu for such merit. A uuuisu gentlemanly should have
been?but Fortune is capricious?born a Duku : just as some
dukes should have been Lorn laborers. He caught the lano
of the kin",, knelt tlown a grub, and rose a butterfly. John
Chaster Esquire was knighted and became Sir John.
'? I thought when y?u left me this evening, my esteemed
acquaintance." said Sir John, after a pretty long silence, I
'? that you intended to return with all despatch?"
" So I did, master."
" AHd so you have ?" he retorted, glancing ut his watch. !
" Is that what you would say I"
Instead of replying, Hugh changed the leg on which he
leant, shuttled his cap front one hand to the other, looked at
the ground, the wall, the coiling, und finally at Sir John !
himself; before whose pleasant face he lowered his eyes
again, and fixed them on the floor.
" And how have you been employing yourself iu the moan
while ?" quoth Sir Joint, lazily crossing his legs. " Where
have you been ? what harm have you been doing f"
" No harm at all, Muster," growled Hugh, with humility.
" I havct only done as you ordered."
As I what ?" returned Sir John;
" Well, then," said Hugh uneasily, ?'us you advised, 01
said I ought, or said I might, or said that you would do it
you wus me. Do n't be so hard upon me, master."
Something like an expression of triumph in the perfect
control he bad established over this rough instrument, a;>
pearcd in the knight's face for an instant; but it vanished
directly, as he said?paring his nails while speaking :
" When you say I ordered you, my good fellow, you imply
that I directed you to do something for me?something 1
wanted done?something for my own ends and purposes?
you see T Now 1 urn sun* 1 needn't enlarge upon the ex?
treme absurdity of such an idea, however unintentional; so.
please?" and here hu turned his eyoa uj?on him?" lo 1?
more guarded. Will you .'"
" I mennt to give you n?> offence,' said Hugh. " 1 don'i
know what to say. You catch me up so very short."
" You W?I be caught up much shorter, my good friend?
infinitely ?hortet?one of these days, depend upon it." re?
plied his patron, calmly. " By-tho-bye, instead of wondet
tng why you have been so long, my wonder should be why
you came nl all. Why did you
"You know, master," said Hugh, "that 1 couldn't read
the bill I found, and that supposing it to be something par?
ticular from the way it was wrapped up. I brought it here.'
" And could you ask no one else to read it. Bruin .'" said
" No one that I could trust with secrets, master. Since
Burnaby Rudge was lost sight of for good and all?and
that's five years ago?1 have n't talked with anyone bu:
" ^ ?u have done me honor, 1 am sure."
" 1 have come to and fro, master, all through that time,
when there was any thing to tell, because 1 knew that you'd j
be angry with me if I staid away." said Hugh, blurting the
words out after an embarrassed silence: "and because 1 j
wished to please you, if I could, and not to have you go
against mo. There. That's the true reason why I came
to-night. You know that, master. 1 am sure."
" You are a specious fellow," returned Sir John, fixing lu
eyea upon him, " and carry two faces ?tnder vour hood, as
well as the best. Did n't you give me in tin-, room, this eve?
ning, any other reason ; no dislike of uny bodv who has |
slighted you, lately, ou all occasions, abused you, treated
you with rudeness; acted towards you. mort as if you wen
h mongrel than a manlike himself?.'
" To bo sure 1 did!" cried Hugh, bis passion rising as the
othor meant it should : " and I say it all over now again.?
I'd do am thing to hu.e some revenge on him?any thmg.
And w hen vou told me that be and all the Catholics would
sutler from those who joined together under that hand-bill, 1 j
said 1 d make one of 'em, if their master was the devil him?
self, low one of 'em. Sec whether I am as good as my
word and turn out to be among the foremost or no. I may n"t
have much head, mastet. hut I've head enough to remember
those that use me ill. You shall see, so shall he, and so
shall hundreds more, how my spirit backs me when the time
comes. My bark is nothing to my bite. Some ?iat 1 know,
had better have a wild lion among 'em thaa me. when I am
fairly loose?they had!"
The knight looked at him with a smile of far deeper mean?
ing than ordinary: and pointing to the old cupboard, follow?
ed him with his eyes while he filled and drank a glass of
liquor; and when his back was turned, with deeper mean?
" You are in a blustering tne.xi. my friend," be t*aid, when
Hugh confronted him again
" Not L master ! I do nt say half I mean. I cam t. I
haven't got the gift. Thete arc taiKcr, enough among us;
I '?be one of the doers." - .
?? Oh .' v.ju have joined these fellow s. tiien : said Srr
John, t-ritbaaairof most profound indifference.
? ?Yes. I went up to the house you told rae of. and got
put down upon the mustrr. There was another man there,
named Dennis? '
"Dennis, eh.'" cried Sir John, laughing. "Ay. ay' a
pleasant fellow. 1 believe ?"
" A roanng dug, master?-ope after my own heart?hot
upon the matter, too--red hot."
" So I have heard." replied Sir John carelessly. u Vou
do n't happen to know bis trade, do yon ?"
?' He would n't say," cried Hugh. ".Ho keeps it secret."
Ha ha.'" laughei Sir John. " A strange fancy?a weak?
ness with some persons?you '0 know it one day. 1 dare
"We're intimate already,** said Hugh.
"Quite natural' And have been drinking together, ch f"
pur-ued Sir John. ?? Dir! you say what place you went to in
company, when yxru left Lord George's '. "
Hugh had not said or thought of saying, but he told him:
and this inquiry being followed by a long train of que-tion-,
he related all that had passed both in and out of door*, tin
kind of people he bad seen, their numbers, state of feel inj
mode of conversation, apparent expectations arid intention*.
His questioning was so artfully contrived, that he seemed
even in his own eyes to volunteer all this information rather
than to have it wrested from him: and he was brought to
this state of feeling so naturally, that when Mr. Chester
yawned at length and declared himself quite weaned out.
he made a much kind of excuse for having talked so much.
'? There get you rone," ?iid Sir John, holding the dour
open in his hand. " Vou have 'Dad- a pretty evening's
work. I told you not to do this. \ ou may get itito trouble.
\ ou '11 have an-opportunity of revenging yourself on your
proud friend Haredale, though, and lor that, you'd hazard
any thing, I suppose'"
" I would," retorted Hu^li. stopping in bis passage out.
and looking back : " but what do / iisk ' What do I stand
a chance of losing, master .' Friends, home .' A fig for 'em
all: I have none; they are -oihing to me. Give me a good
scuffle* let rne pur off old scores in a bold riot where there
aie men to stand by : and then u?'' me as you .ike?it don't
matter much to me what the end is '"
" What have you done with that paper ? ' said Sir John.
" I have it here, master."
'' Drop it again as you go nJotig ; it's as well not to keep
such things about you."
Hugh nodded, and touching his cap with an a r of as much
respect a.- he could summon up. departed.
Sir John, fastening the door behi:td htm, went back to his
dressing-room, and sat down once again before the tire, at
which he gazed f<)r a long time in earnest meditation.
"This happens fortunately," be said, breaking into
smile, " and promises well. Let me see. My relative and
I. who are the most Protestant fellows in the w orld, give our
worst wishes to the Roman Catholic cause: und to Seville,
who introduces their bill, I have a personal objection be?
sides: but as each of us has himself tor the first article in
bis creed, we cannot commit ourselves by joining with a very
extravagant madman, such as this Gordon most undoubtedly
is. Now really. ts< foment bis disturbances in secret, through
the medium of such n very apt instrument as my savage
friend bete, may fuither out real ends: and to express at all
becoming seasons, in moderate and polite term -, a disappro?
bation of his proceedings, though weagtee with him in prin?
ciple, will certainly be to gain a character for honesty and
uprightness of purpose, which cannot fail to do us infinite
service, and to raise us into some importance. Good. So
much fot public grounds. As to private considerations, 1
confess that it these vagabonds would make some riotous
demonstration (which does not appear impossible), and
would inflict some little chastisement on Haredale as a riot
inactive man among hi- sect, it would be extremely agreca
ile to my feeling-, and would amuse me beyond measure,?
Good again ! Perhaps better !"
When he came to this point, he took a pinch id' snuff:
tiiett beginning slowly to undress, he resumed his medita?
tions, by saying with a smile:
" 1 fear, I do fear exceedingly, that my friend is following
fast in the footsteps of Iiis mother. His intimacy with Mr.
Dennis is very ominous. But I have no doubt he must have
;ome to that end any way. If I lend him a helping hand,
the only diflerence is. that be may, upon the whole, possibly
irink a few gallon*, or puncheons, ot hogsheads, less in this
life than lto Otherwise would. It'.-, no husine;* of mine.?
It's a matter of very small importance !"
So he took another pinch of snurt and went to bed.
" ~b.U KAlt A.\.V COAL.
rI*IIE DELAWARE St HUDSON CANAL COMPANY are now re
I ceivinginto their Yards Lackawana Cod fre-h from the Mines,
which they otfer to tbeir customers and the public nt the following
Egg and Broken.$7 06 per ton delivered.
Slovo and Furnace. 7 00 do do
SmullNut._ 5 00 do do
Yards corner of Beach and \Veet, King and Greenwich, and Ment
romery and Monroe-streets, where orders will be received. Also at
heir Bank, corner of William and Piuo-strecis, w here voutracts will
>c made for cargoes delivered at ItondouL jed-3m
&?? aa PEB TON?Peach Orchard-Coal, broken of saps
tp i ?V/V/ nor quality, constantly discharging at the foot of Chaia
>ers-street. 'Plus coal is selected with great care, and canuot be sur
la-scd by any in the market It will be delivered free of cartage to
any part of the city nt the alwive low price. JAMES E. WOOD,
jy 12:Im* Union Coal Oilice, cor. Chambers ami Washington sts.
,-/\ PEACH ORCHARD NI'T CO A L-<7 M
'ip\J?'J*J do do Broke and Egg. Now discharging, and will be
'or. the season front the Old State Prison Dock. This coal is of the
irst quality and will be delivered with care and court order. I.chigh
lad Liverpool at low prices from hunts or iheyard, corner of Hudson
tud Aiuos-strect.?. Orders Mitist be seat soon 10 secure the shove low
sriecs._ ijyli; hui _J. TEH.BELL.
Pli A CIS orci1akd I'OAto-lln.k-iK Ecu ?nJ Nut
size, of ilie lir-i quslity constantly on hand am! discbargiag from
LoMs weekly, for sale at the lowest market prices l>? ANDERSON A:
WARD, corner of Laifht and Washington-streets. jyHl lit
\"1R<5INIA COAL?A verv superior quality for Blacksmiths,
> for sale by ANDERSON St WARD,
jy'JO 3t* Cor. of Laifht and Washing! on-sts.
PRINTING INK?The subscriber, who is a practical Prin
l ter,having for more thsti twenty years beeu engaged in the man?
ufacture of Printing Ink. .luring which time it has been u-ed exten?
sive!}' in many of the largest priming establishments in the United
State-, aud given general satisfaction. He respectfully solicits ? contin?
uance of the patronage of hi- typographical brethren. Having lately
built a new and enlarged manufactory, on Prom-street, between
Montgomery am! Governeur-ttreets, East liner, he Is enabled to sup?
ply the?e who may favor him with their custom, with :i- cis>d Ink as
can be procured in the foiled States, of unchangeable color, ami on
reasonable terms. The Ink is wall calculated to work on the compo?
sition roller, an.l all descriptions of presses now iu use.
Orders directed to the subscriber's residence, 135 Crten-street, or
left at the manufactory, will be punctually attended to.
New.York. July -V.'I-Ul. ,jy.M 2> GKO. MATH ET..
SMITHS CLOCK K ST AB MSKMENT.
Corner of the Bowery und Diriaon-Kt
CLOCKS of every dasenptioa in any quantities, rood trus
and cheap for rasA.
Clocks made to order for Steeples. Banks, Ac.
Also, wheels and pinions cut. Small watches and niodc'i
maiie for patentees. Eulrauce 7j Bowery. R. SMITH.
jcl7 If (Formerly Ssmth A Brother.)
CEOCKs I CLOCKS I! ? The undcrsieaed -
taken the agency for uie sale of JEROME'S B It A S S
C I. O C K S, a; their Clock Warerovnu, No. 901 Broadwty,
_ fhero he w-rfl jell tbeir Pate.vt Eight Day and Thirty Ho? r
Br<i*s Clocks, of a variety of patterns, at the Invest wholesale Factory
prices. Merchants and dealers in Clocks would do well to call ai?
examine tbeir stock bcibre purchasing. Aleo. an assortment of W -j?sl
Clocks, Ch sap rea Casb. Recollect the number, * 4 Brosdwav, up ?
stairs. ISAAC O. HINSDALE.
N. B.?Particular attention paid to the Retail trade. Every descrip?
tion of Clocks repaired and warranted. rat if
t;OLO und KILVER WATCHES, fx-mout
blc Jeweby, Silver Spoons, Butter Run- - Siu.r Tongs.?t.
plated Cake Baskets. Candlesticks, Snanars and Trays, Cai
_?lor?,Ac. Britannia Coffee-Poll and Utas, Tea Sells, Ac. ard
Fancy Goods generally, for sale by BEACH v SKXTON,
mil if N. l\ Watches and Jewelry repaired. IM Chatham ?t
.*A!Hl'EL W. HENEDICT. W.tch Mahea.
Merchants'Exchange, corner of Wall and Willnun streets*
haiiug formed s connection in business w.i.'iS. HAMMOND?
_;thrir personal altealion will be given to repairing fine Watth
The uio*l complicated parts of Duplex A Chronometer
Watches put in esjual to the ortrinaL
Mr. Hammond would aiake his acknowledgements to the Tnu <
for ihcir kiudness and patronage since living ia New York, and w 11
always rive their work pruicreuce in making Duplex work, bat will
not he able ta make any discoaat from the retail price.
Duplex, Independent Second, and other Watches of splendid pat?
terns for sale, warranted perfect or the money returned. Jewebv
snd Silver Ware as usual.
?AT l.v BENEDICT A HAMMOND.
.TlIS** COWAN respectfully inform, the La
Wies of New-Yark and its vicinity, that she continues
s s ,x . ? sj ifiviHg Lessons on the Harp Piano Forte, Guitar, and
in Sinj tag. at her residence. No. 72 Duaue-street, a few doors on tnt
east side of Broadway, or at the respective houses of those Laases
who prefer receiving instruction st home.
Harps and Piano Fortes to be had on hire. Also, a spleadid Hart,
made by Erarle, London, for sale. aH if
f-vjgj-jj}- 'MICH bT??D cattle. Arc.-Vur.. bur"
SaJjV)^ ham short horned Bulls. Cotes. Heifers and Calves. Also
Tv^^X^ Norfolk thm nad and Berkshire Pics. They ire of the
wock of Wm. K. Towuseod of New-Hsveu. For
lars, padigrees Ac inquire a; the American lasutute, in the Park,
PROPOSEB A.nE5D?lE.>TS TO TELE
CONST 1TI TIORi.
Statt cf Nrw-ToSX, Secretary's Of.cc. June IT. 1*41.
Pursuant to the directions of tic aanexext reselatioas ef the Senate
and Assembly. and in conformity with the provisions of the Constitu?
tion, the following proposed amendments to the Constitution banne
been agreed to s>y a majority of the members elected to ?ach of the
two Houses, are hereby published for tne information of the Elector
of the -aid State " JOHN C. SPENCER. Secretary of State.
sTATE Or NEW-YORK.
Is AsstanrJi.May 21. ISiL
Rejoiced. That tae following amendments Lo tba Confutation of
this Stale be proposed and referred to the next Legislature to be cho- i
-en. and that lue Secretary at* Slate cause tue same to be publishes"
ta one new-paper m each of the roust*! of this State, u there he
one pnnt-td tneretn, for ihre- ninths previous la the next annual '
election, pur-nan: to the prevision* ?:" the first scetwu of the eighth
article of the sain Coistituuoa.
The ?ftk article of the Constitution is hereby amended so as to
read as follows:
.Section 1. The judicial power shall be vested in tie Court for the
trial of imptaclunents anJ the correction of errors, the Court of
Chancery, the Supreme Court, such other courts of co-ordinate juris?
diction with the supreme Court, not exceeding iwo. as may be con?
stituted by law tu conformity to the amendments to the Constitutum
hereby adopted, and in sncfi subordinate courts and officers as are
now constituted or mav front urac lo time hereafter be constituted bv
j ? The court for the trial of impeachments ard the correctien
of error, .hall cun-ist of the President of the Senate, the Senator-,
tlie Judge- of the Court of Chancery , of the Supreme Court, ami Ol
any other court or court- ef co-ordinate jerisdrriiofl therewith here?
after to be constituted, nr the major part of t.icm : toil when an im?
peachment shall be proses nted against any judge of any court, the
person so impeached shall be ^u-pcuded from exercising his office
uutd hi- acquittal: and whoa an appeal from a decree in Chan<ery
shall be heard, the judge- ef that court shall nssign ths reason- et'
their decree, but -hail base no voice in the final sentence : and when
a w rit of ?rror -ha 1 ue brought 3u a judgement of the Supiense
Court or any other eonrt of co-ordinate jurisdiction, the judge* ef
the c?urt which rendered the judgement shall as-ign t!ie rea-ons for
the same, but -hall not hare .a veice fur its affirmance or reversal.
[ 3. The Assembly -iiall have the power of impeaching all Civil
Officers of thi- Slate for mal and corrupt practice- in office, and for
high cnaie-nn-1 misdemeanors, bat a majority of all the members
elected -hall concur in an impeachment Reft re the trial of an im?
peachment, the Members of the Court shall take au oath or affirma?
tion truly and impartially to try and determine the charge in ques?
tion, according to evidence ; and no per.-ou -hall be convicted with- i
out a concurrence of two-thirds of the member- pre-ent. Judgement
in cases of impeachment, shall not extend farther than the reisoval
from office and disqualification te hold and enjoy any office of honor,
trust or prssfit. Htidcrthi? State; l.nl the party connoted shall be lia?
ble to indictment and punishment according to law.
] 4. Tfce Court of C attcery shall cun-ist of a presiding Judge,
sty led tht chancellor, and not less than two nor more than four
judges, as may be limited by -aw, styled assistant chancellor-; but the
w ,?ie number shall never exceed the ? hole number of judges of ihe
?npreme courL The sopremeeourl shall consist of a presiding judge,
styled the chief justice, and not le?than two nor more th?n four
judges, as may be limned bylaw, styled justice.. The legislature
may by law constitute not more than two other courts cf law. pos?
sessing co-ordinate jurisdiction with tte supreme c?urt. to consist re
spsiciively of a presiding judgu. -lyled the chief iudse. and not less
than two nor mure than fonr associate judges, styled judges. A ma?
jority of the judges of each court ?hall requisite to hold ihe gen?
eral term- thereol lor ihe final hearing of cause, or questions wn the
merits, but any less nuuilser May hold special term- for hearing other
questions, as may he provided by law. The legislature may provide
by law for terra- of tne court nf chancery lo tie held before the chan?
cellor or any assistant chancellor, malting the decisions at such term
subject to be reri.ed by the coHrt of chancery in general ti ris before
tiie chancellor and a--istaut chancellors, or a majority of the-1.
5 ?. The judges of the court of chancery, of the supreme court and
of any other court of law possessing co-ordinate jurisdiction with the
supreme court shall be appointed in the manner prosided by lln-con?
stitution for the appointment of all judicial officer- except ja-tices of
the peace, and shall hold their office, during good behaviour, or until
they shall attain the age of sixty year-. The said offices shall be filled
in the first instance a-follow-: the chancellor and the chief justice
shall be retained as prusidiug judges of their rmpective courts ; the
two other justices of the supreme court shall be retained sj ju< g- - ul
thair court; Ihe Other judges of the court of chancery shall be ap?
pointed from tie- ?hole number of the vice-ch incellors including tar
assistant vice-chaucellora . and in appointing the other justices of the
supreme court, and the judge- of the other court or courts, a prefer?
ence shall'be given to the circuit judges then in office ; and the office
of vice-chaiirellor and ef circuit judge, as at present constituted, shall
be thereby abolished.
ii Tie-decree, of tie- <\.urt of Chancery, and the judgements ol
the Supreme Court, shall continue to be subject to revision and cor
rection by the Court for the trial of impeachments and the correction
of errors in the same manner us formerly , and the lodgement- of any
other court or courts of co-ordinate jurisdiction with the Supreme
Court, to be hereafter constituted, -hill be subject to the like revi?
sion and correction, mid with the like effect as the judgemeut? of the
Supreme Court The Legislature may by law constitute a Court of
Review, t? consist uf the Judges of the courts, wh.decisions are
subject lo be removed directly o lite court for the trial of impeach?
ments and the correction of error-, for I e vie wing and correcting the
decisions of each other in such cases a? may lie expedient, before the
same shall be so removed by w rit of error or appeal ; excepting from
such Court of Review, the Judges of the court whose decisions are
Nronght in question.
5 7. The Legislature may by law- provide for the trial of issues
joined iu any court before any of the Judge, of ihe same or any olln-r
court, or may unite one or more of the Judge.- of any court with the
Judges of any other court of subordinate jurisdiction for the trial of
anv such issues, eras Members of any such court.
8. Judges of the County Courts, and Recorders of cities, shall
hold their offices for five years, but miy be removed by the Senate,
on the reronimeiidaliou of llic Governor, for causes lo be staled in
? i> Neither the Judges of the Court of Chancery, of the Suprem
Court, nor of any court of coordinate jurisdiction ? it It the Supreme
Court, shall hold any other office or public trust. All votes far any
elective office, given by tin Legislature or ihe People, for sny Judge
of any of the said court-, during bis continuance in hi-judicial of?
fice, shall be void.
This resolution having been read the third time, .mil a majority of
all the members elected leihe Assembly voting in favor inereef,
Rtsahcd. Thai the resolution do pass.
By order of the Assembly, _P. B. PORTER, Jr., Speaker
STATE OF NEW-YORK.
Is Senate.Mar 26, 1-41.
This n solution having been read the third time, and a majority of
all the members elected to the Senate voting i? favor lliercef,
Res.lred, That the resolution do pass.
By order ?f the Senate. L. BRADISH. President
State Ol New-York, Secretary's Oficc. June 17, 1--II
I hereby certify tiiat I have compared the preceding with certain
?riginal resolutions of the Senate and Assembly of this Slate, depos?
ited and tilid in this office, anrt that the ranie is a correct transcript
therefrom,and sf thewlmloof said original.
j?:2ti lawl?w JOHN C. SPENCER, Secretary of State.
ANTI-EXTORTION?Reduction aid Improvement it
Dentistry.?Persons de.irons of avoiding the exorbitant charge,
of I>eiiti-t-. wiil find it advantageous to call un V.SHERWOOD,
Surgeon Deutiat, removed to 145 Grand-street, near Centre Market.
N. B.?Tooth-ache infallibly cured.
. Having examined several case, ?f Dr. V. Sherwood's Incorruptible
Mineral Teeth now in use, in-ertcl on cold, and which are so pecu?
liarly adapted as to render them perfectly useful lit m??Ucating the
different substances mi essential to the support of life, deem it prud?
ent to recommend him to the public as s skilful Dentist S. A. Gam?
ble M. D.. G. Rice, M. I>., Mr. Crockette, M. I). New-Orlesu-. May
11'0>'D ERF V L CERES of diseased lungs and liver
? ? dally made by '? Taylor'- Kal-^n] of Liverwort" Strange as ,t
nuy appear, most of our customers try every other cheap medicine
before they will in ibis, which i- much cheaper than any other, be?
cause it make.-a quick und radical cure. We have over 1000 certi?
ficates of cures made by this medicine, all sigued by our most re
speclabhrphysicians, clergymen, mechanic-, females,Sec Call and
see them ami be convinced that ins medicine is wonderful, though
vegetable, and 1-n sure cure for coughs, liver complaint n< nmua
dises-es. A i. Made oulv at M7.', Howerv. Note the uouiber.
Agents?Mrs. Hay s, 139 FuIton-sL, Brooklyn ; H. Rawls Sc. Co.,
Albany; C. Dyer. Providence; E. W. Hull. Hartford ; Dr. Loweree,
Newark; D. Hunt I'nca; H. Huling, Saratoga; Rea. Patterson.
1 TI PORT ANT TO THE PEHEIC.-roctor Rogers'
1 VEGETABLE PULMON1I DETERGENT is s turepreventi
to the tonunnpfuin. and in many instance, a turatire in the advancod
stage, of this prevailing and alarming di-ease. This compound ka
keen in s nocet sfnl use for the lust forty years, aud therefore cannot
be ephemeral. The public are requested to call at his office. No. lid
Chatham-street, for the article.and gratuitous advice, aud examine
testimonials from our most worthy citizens. Nothing fictitious is re?
sorted to in this ceinmunication. Public utility as well as pnvste
benefit is the intention of the public's humble servant,
jyl Im- GEO. ROGERS.
8VOJLICOTOXICON?A Dealh-Bloa '? dl \ -rmin and
Obnoxious Animals.?If the bed-bugs, mcsqnitoc, dens, flie-. SEC
annoy you at dar or night-time, you may readily ret rid of them. If
rulv mica or cockroaches. Ac. disturb your house, call on Dr. Feucht
wsurer, who wjl personally attend, and ?arrsil their extermination ;
likew ise, if the moths and catzarpiOars destroy your carpels, for*,
saddlery, Ac. or the latter your trees, shubbery, or gardens, call on
Dr. K.. ?ho wili enrage to effect a cure. If yoa wish lo look for the
comfort of your hor-es and cattle that are plag lied to death by the files,
get a bottle, which will do the thtnr for the whole season. If you
travel by water or laud, or it you go shooting or fishing, and with to
be secure from me attacks of the mu-euttoj and dies, provide y..-?r
self with a small l-oltle for the object wanted. The office of Dr.
FEl'CHTWANGER. corner of Broadway and Courtland-slrtct,
where Copnvin, Capsules, Drugs. Chemical-. Glassware. Ac. may be
R ow E HY HA *"IN?5S BAN K-\e?7ork, 15th July7.
1)]'!!?NOTICE?The Trustees of this Insiitulion hereby notify
the depositors, that a semi-annual dividend at the rate of five per
crut per annum on all rum. of five dollars and upward, aad less than
five hundred dollars, and four pereeaL per annum on all sums of fire
hundred dollars aud upward, ?hieb have been deposited at least
three uignih- previous to the 1st in?t will be paid lo depositors on and
alier Monday the lPla inst.. during the hours of bu-ine-e at the bank
The interest wi'l be pa-scd to the credit of each dcpc-sitor. and such
as shall nat be called for will remain as principal, and draw interest
The hank i? open fer business at No. 12a' Bowery, on Mondays.
Thursday s and Saturdays, from 5 ta 7 u'-.i-s-'k. P. M. By order of the
Board of Trustees. JAMES MILLS, President
G. H. CoccesHaLL. Sec'?, jylfifit
RHE ETI A TISJI.?Reader, if you are troubled with ru.u
malic paic?, a sprain, swelhcx in the joints or limbs, sore t?roat
or mumps, yon may be cored for the irifliug sum of 50 cents, bv Dr.
James McDonald's Herculian Enbroeatiou. So confident is the Doc?
tor of the efficacy of his medicine, that if after a fair trial it fails to
cure, the money will be returned. For sale at the Drug-Store of Dr.
WAITE. No. 252 Caual-sL-eet- Price 50 cents per bottle. Numerous*
certificates of cure from some of our most respectable cittzeno.
N. B.?A liberal discount made to those who purchase to sell again.
_ _ jyil Im
T EE in ES APPLIED by Mrs. SARAH E. HARPER
-?-< No. t: \ esey-st. who has had many years' experience l= the busi?
Superior Quaiily and Double Quauttttf of all ctkert
FOR THE TRU E.
liter complaints, and all sickness
DR. LIN'S TEMFERANCE LIFE BITTERS AND CHINESE
The syecttst Secret disc?rered '
PURGE ' Pl'RGE PL'KGE has been the cry lor the last few
\ rar?. Tins b?s heen effectually tried, and yet sufferers have
multiplied ?Jd died; aad way ? Not because purem? was not neces?
sary, but teo much haa been dune, without the toaic to follow and
su-utc the system. Purge you must: Tun sickly humors of the
blood must be earned off. or the accumulation of them prevented.?
Prevent, then, the rrowth ot'suth humors.
Whv do the Chinese live to sach immense ares, and still retain the
powen of vo ith or middle use ; Becsu?; thoj purity the blood.?
Tae Came** Rj.vd Pill?so calledbecauseUwywockBpoosasdeJeaBfsi |
the blood?an toe -umdarrl remedy. Thesa Pdls mal do it; md the '
T'isperance Rater, taksu as directed, "ill strengthen the system ami
prevent the sccutaulauos of the base hnmors which intest the bleed
and which on'.v increase bv purees, axles., the Bitters are taken after
Buv. then, these Pdls and Bitters. Take weekly the Pills, and da.lv
the Bitters; sod if TOB are or have been invalids lor usts. we-oxs
mouths, or years, vou w,ll find the sickly humors drawn offaud pre
veuted fn :Ti's ret?m. ?ud in? ?*dlow. vallow hue ol sickness change
rapidly to the full bloominr ?!ow of health and youihrul fjoyaney.
There are cases uumerous of these brilUant effects that tisae and
.-asce forbid aar attempt to put them daws. Buy and use these med?
icines, and n-e r.o other, and health and ?treajth ?hall be yours, ^ee
wrapper and directions that come with them.
Will lie s'.tempted. Buv no remedy of the kind unless it have my
name?O. C LIN. M. D.-^ou the wrapper, and als* the uotice. .is fol?
low -. viz:
" Eat-red in irdt-g to Act nf Congress, A. B 18*1, bv Tiic-s. l*oy
?el. in the Ci- rk - (srfii ' ot the District Curt of the fatted States lor
the S"uti era District of New-York."
Wa-racied thi only genome. DOCTt 'R 9. C. t IN.
S?!d only it 71 Maiden Lam-. New.York. .>> 1,1
Ring-wob3i, tetteb scald head, bar?
ber's itch. Ec?ea-.a. Btouhed Face. P raples. Itch, or tcabics.
Psoriasis, Palmarta and other diseases ol the .km. are -a.ely. certainly
iod expedittouslv cured bj the use of SANDS' CELEBEATED
REMEDY FOR SALT A ?IM M. which lu- now been thoroughly
testeil m risiag SIX THOUSAND differeat cases without ranog
failed in any, where dircctioas have been attended tu. Every person
ailctej with either of tbc above disea.es. is invited to make immedi?
ate u?e of t*e of this valnabie remedy, aad g- t cured wilhout delay.
The cure in ?II cases is warranted. We select the folijwiug ex?
tracts from certificates .1- evidence of it- wooderful?tficaey.
Mr*. Marearet Clark, of Now-York has jiit been curedof a se?
vere and lour standing ca-e of Salt Rheiun. In her certificate she
?uy5??? I tried various popular tnedisise-. and ?j- under the . ire of
?w'o eminent physicians, but my complaint baffled their skill. After
noticing tb<- extraordinary cure of Mrs. Chapman, No. 79 Chatham st
I was induced tu purchase some of the remedy. Immedi ueiy on ap
plvinr it I began lo recover, and ani now entirely welL" The case
of Elizabeth Spear of Belhnghain. Mass a tarty 01 "in years of age,
i< trulv an int' re-nrg cne : one box and a bottle of the Compound
Extract of Sarsaparilla removed ti- disease and made a perfect cure,
afier having been afflicted more than twenty years. Mrs. Almire
Gardener, of Norwich. Ct. was perfectly ctiretl after the disease had
existed for fventv-five years 111 its worst form. Edwin Porter, mer
ehaat, of Fall River, Mass.; Joseph Clare, No. Washiagtoa-sL
N. Y.: John Parker, fsraier. af Statcii Island, and numerous others
have all been perftctlv cured by this .I wonderful medicine.
Prepared aH* sold ?t wholesale and retail by A. B. *: D.SANDS, 79
and loo EultiMi-sL and 77 East Broadway, N. Y. Sold also by H.
Bawls A Ca Albany ; E Trlvett, roughkeepsie; J- M. Patten, New.
Harea; E. W. Ball. Hartford. J. A. Wsdsworth, Provident*;
Win. Brown. 151 Washingtoo-st, Bo-ton: I). David Jayne, No.-M
Sonth Tlnr.l-st. Ph1l.1delp11a.aud by druggists generally 111 the prin?
cipal t?c*ns 111 the t inted Stales. Puce jl.
N. K.? Merchants supplied on the me-t liberal teriil?. _jy!7 I hi
I'EtTUK.tl, HO.NEV OF I.IVKKtVOKI.
'(Ml Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Shortness of Brests
and all Affections Of the Heart aud Lunirs. leadtnr 10 C< >NSUMP
TION. Reader, roa have tried many medicines for your cold. Hnvi
>ou harJabottieoT Now ILL'S PECTORAL HONEY OK LIVER
WORT" Try it. It is assuredly the best medicine ever offered to thi
pablic. The testimooials tendered and tlie aich eatogiums givsa the
last winter from ?.-who have taken it. attest at once ith supers*
virtue. It i-from the. cause tbit we are induced to make it as popu
lar a? possible, thoush it has increasingly received the pablic appro
bstion amoimtiiig to about fifty thousand bottles per annum. No puf
or advertisement has dttae this lo hotut on the sufferer a watery col
orml solution, and UMfflcacioua medicine, theseby hastening adsse?ets t
its fatal tenaiuatissn?the puff aloun suslaiuiug the hopes uf the ps
lieat, uatil hop.'- are cone.
The preparation of the Uoaey of Liverwort is solely coot posed 0
vegetable ingredients simple ih th-Mr aatare, bat In coaabtnatirsn as)
only calculated to remove the imuiediatt- disease, but to invigorate th'
-ysaem geie-rallv. No medicine ever offered to ths public van bo sai<
to have restorea to health so great a number of persons nicoasumf
live complaints as Nawill's Pectoral Honey of Liverwort. It shoub
be kept in all families, to administer upon the fir-t symptom af cold o'
eoiiith. as luatteuiion and neglect are the catis?v? ?f numbers losiru
their lines, especially 111 consumptive eases.
This medicine, offered to the pubhc at lh? low price of Two Shll
ling-, is accessible t? alL For sah- wholesale and retail at the princi?
pal Depat, ill Madi-on. cor. Catherine-st; II. V. Bush, >'4 Barclay-sk
J. K. Hobbard. Bowery; W. II. Miloor, 193 Broadway: Dr. A.S. Eas
ton, comer of Broadway and Chuieh-stj D. C. Mitchell, trt) Church-st
New-Havet; aud retailed by one 111 every principal city 111 lh>
Union. _ _a 19: if
Pectoral h?ne y~0 ei, Iv e It wo rt.?Ex
perienee has amply confirmed the utility of this prepartioa foi
Coughs, Colds, Spitting of Blood, and all affection of tin: Langs, Ac
The unparalleled success with whtch this justly celebrated medi?
cine has met. has induced some ignorant pretenders to attempt n
palm off a counterfeit article 011 the public : which, la outward up
pearance so much resembled the original as easily to deceive the un
wary. To escape Ibis miserable imposition, resneiuber the GENUINI
hears thn signature of the proprietor aud inventor, JAMES D. NOW
ILL, in fall, on the out-ide wrapper. The Counterfeit is signed J
also, Joseph No s ill, and is made up and sold at the proprietor's form
er store, corner Madison ami Catherine sta.
Remember the geuuiuo IS NOT SOLD at the. corner Madison anr
Catherine ?ts. JAMES I). NOWILL,
Sols Propriet <r, New-York.
The Gesume may bn had ?f Messrs. Olcott, McKesson A Co. I If
Ma den lane. General Agents for the United States.
Retail of Mi ssrs. Adamson A OI11T. n Bowery aad 69*1 Broadway
Kushton A Aspiawsll, William -t.. G. I). Coggeshall, corner Pearl and
Rose, W. Watson. Mi Catherine st., J. A I. Coddliigton, ? 7 Hud-on
st.. J. Wier, SslfiJ Grand, C. Cougnacq, Cnathum st.. J. Milbaa
Broadway. jyl linos
Dr. amiier ATKINSON'S BOWEL COMPLAINT
SYRUP, a r-:.d v for Bow el Complaint, Summer Complaint ia
< hildrea. Diarrhasa, Dysentery, or Bloody Flex, L.xisene-s of the
Bowels, Cholera Morbus, Tcneamus, Consumption of the lute-tines,
Ac.?Dr. A. ha? ih>- pleasing ntisfaciion to Lufann the public, that lo
ha- us?>l hi- lUiwel CssatpHUslt Syrup 111 his private practice nearly
ten years; during that time he has had extensive opportunities to
witues- it- happy influence in between live hundred aud one thousand
ca-?s, and it gives ium great pleasure to slat*, that he ha? never
known it to fall whan the directions hare been fully adhered to, ex?
cept m five or six of Consumption of the Lungs that hsve terminated
in Diarrh.-ra, even then it has ci\en essential relief, and rendered the
last moments wf the sufferer comparatively comfortable; such being
the fact, he would respectfully call the attention of Physicians pir
iieulirlt. and the Public generally, to this highly important remedy.
Dr. A. 1- fully persuaded 111 hi-own mind that if his Bowel Com?
plaint Syrup should used in e? -ry instance where snch a Mediciue
is required, that it would lessen the Infantile Bill of Mortality ?i
loast two thirds, and be has no doubl when Physicians and Pareuts
become aaqnaiated with the etfects of tins pleasant remedy that thev
will he uf the same opinion. Kor sale by the Proprietor, st blsBo
taaic Laboratory. No.310 Greeawich-street, New.York, where msv
be had a irreal variety ?f crude, prepared, and compound Medicine,,
wholesale and retail. Dealers will be allowed a liberal discount.
T-rtas? Cash. _jyl7 Im
?b. 6eokge Hfl*wco?ibe'h pills oe
HEALTH, Ii ti OOS and Digestive tut the cure of ludigeMiou
Flatulence. Lo? of Appetite. Dys| ep.i?. Weakness of Stomach 111
dneiiig constant Nsu-es aad Vomiting. Nervous or SickHeadache, tbe
result of morbid bilioas secretion. Atfectinn- of the Liver aud its at?
tendant symptoms, Sallow skin. Jasuibce, Dunne*a*of Ike Eye, Pa
in the Right Side. Habitual CostJveness, Offensive Er.-ath,'4e. *c.
The ji tion ni ihe.e Pills on the system is entirely independent 01
Purtiiii'.?the lsrre.-i dose to h? takeu at ouc time is eight pills, they
seldom purge : mild in their action, any, -o much so .is to be often un
perceived, they effect the needed change in Ui?Secretaries, reaiovmg
all morbid action and thereby restoring Health. Price 1 .hilling per
Esch box upon the cover ha? s fac-similie of Dr. Geo. N'ewcomUe's
-ignat.ire : and is also sicued by John E. h>ut, wh? is the Doctor's
General A rent.
Enured at cording to Act of Congress, in the Clerk - OtTice of th*
Southern District of New-York.
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the Family Medicine Store, 6'J
Marion--L two door- below Prince, second block east of Broadway,
and Symes.COT. Bowery and Walker; Burrel, cor. of Bowery and
Dover. MeCloskey. or. of Broome and Thompson. jyl si Im.
no: ye ked headm'"and ?kev:
PHENOMENON IN" CHEMISTRY?EAST INDIA HAIR DYE*?
I Colors the Hair, and will not the Skin !?This Dye is 111 form ol
s pe.*der, which 111 plain matter of fact may le applied to the hair
over Dijtht, turniog the lightest red or grey nair 10 a dark brown, and
by repeating 1 -eeond or third night, to a tinrbt jet black. Auy per
MMi u.?y. tijuarefore, will, the least possible trouble, keep his hair snj
dark sh ? !e or a p.-rfetl black . with the positive a-?ursuc? that th?
Powder, if applied to the skin, will not uol-r it. There is uo trouble
iu removing it from Uie hair. a. in all P<>*der? before made. By e.n
occasional application, a persou turning jrey will never be. known to
have a grey hair. Directions complete with the urlicle. There ia no
' co.orinz ' ia this statemeut. as our can easily test.
These f?cu are warranted by the geutleiuaa who manufactures it.
who is the celebrated chemist. Dr. Corns took, autnor of Coasstock'l
Chemistry. Philosophy, aud many olhe. work-well known and wuiely
celebrated by the pu'sbc
This Dye is sold only by COMSTOCK A GO., 71 Maiden Lane, N.
"fjjfk-_ jy!5 1m
Headache?CERTAIN CERE FOR MCK HEADACHE,
which has been used in famtlie.. every member of which has had
sick headache from infancy, as a constitutional family complaiot, and
has cur^d effectually, in every in-Uuce yet knows, amnuutinr to
many hau-ireds. It is uot unpleasant to the taste, and does not pre?
vent the daily avocations of oue Using it; it must be persevered in,
aad the cure M rradual, but certain and permaneuL Instances are
certainly multiplying where this distressing complaint is completely
relieved said cured, although of years' standing, by the use of Doctor
Spohn's celebrated remedy. Oue decided preference is iu pleasant?
ness, having noie of the nauseatiur effect of common drugs.
It is so perfectly satisfactory that the proprietor has given diree
lion for his agents to refund the price to any oue who is uot pleased
with, and even cured by it He hopes also that this may secure its
great benefits to the distressed sufferers who are laborto" under
Headache. Sold oolv at 71 Maiden Lane, New-York.
'm._E SPOHN. Inventor and Proprietor.
D^i sT~?r,?.9' "I'-WIsEIGe-S INDIAN BOTANIC
jl-e PLAI.-TER.?At ihis moment there are thousands of ourfellow
citiieiu suffering from Sore Legs, Kings' EviL Sora Nipple*, pains in
the hack, breast, -ides. Rheumatism, Scald Head, and Salt Rheum?
to all such I would say use this valuable aad never failing remedy and
be cured 0 '
Sold at 367 Greenwich-^, 111 Pultoa-sL, ?.v> ,nd ^ Broa0>
3*.1?ggrnag-^ 3?J Bowery; W. Thompsoa. Wit
UsoxsbB-ga, and Mrs. Hayes, Brwklya. ftlr3 lm.
BASK AND DETKHTARI.K I -<l HO J* 3 I 1 O > .
The unprecedented popularity and universal demand for r>R.
FELLN GrOUBAULVS POUDRES SUBL1LES for uprooting the
without the ?lightr.-t injury to the skia, be> awakened the cupidity of
a aesl of ?tie Counterfeiter*, who are palming upon the public a spa
nous and deleterious article as the genuine preparation. To protect
purchaser* against these deceivers, the proprietor h?> cast a -pleadid
square bottle, on the four sides of which *re Mown the fellowiag _
- UK. CELLY. Gt'l K.UI> S POCDRES -", RTILK.v KHK tPROOT
ING HAIR. NEW. YORK," enveloped m a his- - wraps, --, w,,a
the Debtor's lac simile. The public may rest assured thaterery bot
tie not answering the above description is a wortUaM imitation acl
should be rejected, and those who attempt to deceive, and their inju.
nous composition, shunned and despised. These powders hate been
locc held in buh estimation, and are recommended by every one who
uses them as uniting euur? efficiency with per Act ssfely iu eradicating
every dcscripbou of superrJi..>u.- hair, hoacver deep t?c bulb may by
To be had nc where rl-c in New-York but at P7 Walker street, on*
door from Broadway, at ?! per bottle, and oherr innumerable trsti
monisK can !-e .-hewn, and the preparation tested, if required by the
purchaser. _lift ha
I lit. F. (tot RA I 11'!* KAl.DE BEUTE-El
*J tracted from the most beautiful Exotics of the Mildest uatute.
warranted perfectly; uin<H-ei-t. yet efficacious as .a thoTOOgh dCSBserof
the skia. It eradicates Krecklcs. Pimples. Spots. Reduces, and all
Cutaunrtu? Erupuoos. from whatever c-asr originating, aud traas
fornis into radiant brilliancy the most sallow complexion. By perse?
vering in the use of the Eau de Braute, it gradually produces a clear
ami ?oft sknt. smooth as velvet, a.-t'iflly realizing a delicate whitt
lis-ck, hand an,! arm. and a healthy and jiivruik bloom will in a short
time be Infallibly elicited, while its constant application will tend to
promote tne free exercise of these important functions of the skin, of
t!,e utmost importance tor the preservation cf n beautiful complexion.
In rioinr. driving, promcuadiug. enjoying aquatic excursions, p*V nie
parties, Ac. ate it affords immswiate relief iu canes of tsu. sunburns,
acd smarting irrit*l.i!ity of the -km. occasioned by the soiar h<aL?
Gentlemen, aller shaving and tr?.einig in the sail and dust, will Hud
it allay the irritat.ng and .martin; ;? >..:, ,i:d reader the skin smooth
and pleasant. Price #1 per bolt! .
Observe that' Eau de tveauu fabriquc par Dr. Felix Goontnd, New.
Y'ork.' is blown an the four sides of the bottle.
DR. Fl I.I.Y li.'i K U US SUPERIOR VEGETABLE ROUGE is
composed materially from flowers and simples, an article w inch, from
its perfect assimilation with the skin, ami its correctness and perma?
nency of tint, gives to the countenance a bloom impossible, on tti?
closest inspection, te detect from nature, and is warranted fr--e from
ailv iniucml .ub.tsuce. and immovable by pcr.p'ratioii or rubbing
with a handkerchief. Price 50 cent, per bottle.
To !?? had no ? here else in New.York but at riT Walker-Street, one
door from BreosJwny._ j,[?_Lm__
1 .It. A. ATKINSON'S ROOT BEEB. I
1^ for Alcoholic or Malt Liquors, .a very pleaaant and refresbii <
drink, superior to the ordinary Mineral or Sod . Water.. It renovate*
and purifies the human system. To families it will be -eld for6jcents
per quart, OT 25 cents per gallon, .at the counter '- and 3 cents per
rlass, plain; or4and 6 cents with Sarsaparilla, Ginger, Angebtca,
Elecampane or HoarhoundSyrup. Retaensner, !lb*Greenwich**lroet
is the p ace where pure Roollv-.r i- to h ? Ind. jvl? Int
KIEV YOVR BEDS! PI RIr V V01 * Bl DS
1 ?Wdlard's Patent Feather-Dressing Machine, which removes
all impure smell as well as moth, from he,ts. (which, if not pro
perlv cured, they will haw at this season of thr year,) renovates and
enlivens them, and make, then* is good ns when tir-t purchased, is m
operation ?i his Store, ISO Chatham-street, corner of Mulberry. Per?
son- wishing to have their bed- dressed, by leaving word, can have
them sent for and returned w ith, lit extra charge. A large assortment
of Beds and Mattresses mi hand. Also, Feathers of all kinds, war?
ranted pure and free from smell. jyl! llu*
UIPORI A.M TO P.lRE.Y I is. DR. A. ITKINSON,
1 -glii Greeuwich-street, respectfully recommends his I'll.CENT
ALTERATIVE PURIFIER to the heads c4*families ? ho are in i!ieir
nr? n persons a filleted with an impure state of tue tlui.ls. Remember
that the stream can !>.* no better than the fountain ; or. in other words,
the children are generally utilil te.l wiih the diseases of the parents:?
hence ilic transccndant Importance efour advice being acted upon by
ull ? ho are now or w ho are about to ruler lulo the marriage sr.ie lh.it
?uIot hereditary or acquired diseases, jvIT Im
IMPORTAiVf TO I EM ALES.
R. WARD, I i t Chambers, .t. confines hi - practice in the treatment
of diseases of women old children. Ii is long experience in tins
brauen of his profession enables him to cure when- others have fail ?1,
Dr. Ward's met In.,I of treating all female complaint, i- lUch a. I,i require
bat a short time to effect a cure. Dr. W. operates for strabismus-er
squinting, club feet, and all other deformities, with entire success.?
Office hours from '.? to Vi A. M. and I to - P. M.
K. ALLEN WARD, M. D ,Surgeon,
Prof,--.or of D.si-H-e. of Women and Children,
_jy? tf No. 11 I Chamber, .licet. N V
lirNICY W AKKI N, Manufacturer of
MINER'S P a T E N T I? t .tl PM tor
sVeIN mill Ciatcrne. The itteution of the
public is respectfully called to the immense nunv
bar of these Pumps now m use,and to the iftliitte
nials of thousands who have thorOUgllly proved
them The working cylinder and plunger, mid all
the wearing ?r operating parts of the in are of cait
iron. The pipe is of clear stuff?pine?turned oil
i.i about four mi I.e. in diumcter, fitted for screw?
ing together at each end. and boiled in a resinous
Composition which makes II very durable, and flee
from all the objections charged against lead pipes
us being injurious to health.
The advantages peculiar to them nie cheapness,
durability, ease of operation, and security against
frost . they are slsO light and portable, und vusUy put up or removed.
Tho universal celebrity which these Pumps have obtained w h-re
tbev are bejt known, together with much experience, winch the sub
eerib? r has had in the business, makes him i onfident of giving entire
satisfaction to every purchaser.
All orders lor Well or Cistern Pompssbonld give accurate measures
of the same from the lop of the platloriu to thy bottom, >u that the
length may be formed suitably at the -hop.
Persons building new cisterns ai il designing to place these Pump
in them, need not incur the expense of a curb .those the platform, is
the Pump is secure against frost Without in
As a caution iu regard to oilier kinds of Pumpe in circulation which
have DOt my label upou them, the pipe and wooden parts of which br?
ing made ofams'lt-assed, nsd some of tliettl of rurumbtrirnod. I deem
it proper to -ey that all the wooden pipe of my manufacture is se?
lected from (lie best of ir.ii/e pott, hcirl all//, free frum sap, and be
ing bulled ami well saturated m a resinous composition, is warranted
iu every re?pe. t ? superior article.
'I he following personsureagents for the sale of my Pump?, hihI
have at all time- a supply on ImsiiI
Messrs. OsiMiru A. Little, II irdware Dealer.. 'S3 Fulton-stree', Nee
York : Mr. J'uae? S. Gould, See South Narket-street, Albany ; Mr. II.
L Ward,Schenectndy, N. Y.; E'i.Iu Foots, Krq., Coopeittown,Ot
^?go Co.N. V. II. WARREN
Troy, July, 1-41- jyjil Jw*
YOTH'E- The f.. na; lership heretofon ng hetwei
iv Subscribers, under the firm of Eddy ft Shnrot, is this day IIa
solved bv mutual consent. /.II claims against the lirm will be liquida?
ted by Mr Eddy. . WILLIAM EDD1
July 80th, 1841. DAVID s. SHAROT.
WILLIAM EDDY will co itiuue the Croci ry businsm at the corner
of Houston and Ludlow-strnets, on has own account, and solicits s
?u?rc of public patronage. jyOn ;jt
No. ?O CHATHAM,
At the Mechanics'
Tool Store, 80 Chat
Isam-strnet, corner of
Chamber?, al the sigu
. of the Suw, Axe, ai.J
Ill?J Plane, will be found
good tools, suitable for the following Branches of Trade:
Cabinet Maker-, Gardeners,
Coach Makers, Gla/ier?,
Which being made expressly lo my oroers will be found good, and
Mechanic may place confidence in them.
jpae-lm HENRY ROWNTREE.
self-protectors. to travellers and
in Fire Arms.
8?]f-COCKING and Self-Re
vobrjjg POCKET FI8TOZ.S.
SE I. F-PBOTEC'TOItV?We wers much gratified ye-lerdsy
by seeing a Pocket Pistol, perfectly simple, m its coustrwction. and
at the aarae time efTective. It was of a portable, share, and coald I?
discharged si* times in a few ?ecoad-. By pulling the trigger only,
it veuld rock and discharge, et the same. tune. The objection hereto?
fore arsju?t the Kepeatn.g Arms ?a? their intricate complication of
machinery, which eiaile them liable to get out of repair, and some?
times dangeioua to use. But this Pistol i* certainly the be-t weapos
of defe.ee? we have ever seen. The Self-Prolector or 'Conungent
Kneed ' can lie seen by calling al Bolen'?, 104 Broadway. For Trav?
elers, Housekeepers, Planters, Captains and others, it moat be a valu
ahle article. jei^llin* fAdverti-r". News letter.
vf M ILLIE Sl SHERMAN
r?S CHAMBERS fT
TOr Opposite the Park?Will be happy to serve their friei I?
and the public in all branches of their profession, with Uut best skill
they have b?ea able in acquire from the observation* and experience
of others eminent in their line, and a long and successful practice of
their own. They will use and set oooe but the very !>e*t material and
Teeth, and insert them on every of the most improved plsus?-ulwavs
most freely redacing their prices a* the times and urcamitaoce, may
re?ruir?. iv - if
CIATB Of NEiV- XOKti.?Co.npiroiVr .t'.tic-. aMbany,
!5th July, lsll.?There being reason to believe iLat bills of the
City Bank of Buffalo have been recently put m . ir-. ulstion, for ihe
purpose of defrauding the Safety Fund, the public are cautioned
against receiving any bills of that Bank. a? the bills will be do longer
redeemed at this department without -..ti-factory proof that Ibey
s?ere in circulstioo at the. tune of th"i <raatllig of the injtsuctlon. 13tb,
November, IIS?. JOHN A. COLLIER, Comptroller. jySO <f