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AnCTVWS, A JoCKKAL or Rooks ivn Orrxwx. No. IX. A^?u?t.
1841. New-York, B?nj. (i. Tr.-v.-it. 121 Poltoa-sL
We art? better pleased with this latest dumber of Arctarus
than with any one of its predecessors. It has mure variety
in its papers, arid the subjects discussed in its pages nre chosen
with more discretion than it has exhibited heretofore, though
it ha? never been notably deficient in s-itiier of these respects
Its Editors are not t.>o arise ti learn, and their experience tbu?
far in the conduct of a popular Magazine has been of essen?
tial and marked utility. We look forward to the future course
of Arcturus with high hope and with a sincere und earnest
desire for its abundant success. We believe it to be a valu?
able publication, not in the technical language of hewspepci
puffery, hut in the best acceptation of the word. Its merit,
unlike that of too many of it* cotcmporarie*. consists not in
the skiil wi-h which it caters for low tastes, furnishes food foi
thoughtless, senseless mirth, or feeds the mind with soothing
opiates, frittering away its strength and despoiling it of its
best possession. lofty aims, clear earnestness am! noble aspi?
rations* but it founds its claim to notice upon its quick sense
and beany appreciation of whatever is manly, strength-bring?
ing;, permanently worthy in character as in Literature and in
Art. It calls with an earnest voice the man away from busks
nrnl vanities to the beautiful, the ennobling and'the true:
we hope many ears wilt be inclined to its unobtrusive sug?
gestions and 'that upon none will they fall unheeded.
Chapters V. and VI. of Pufler Hopkins arc much better
than those which have gone before, which wo confess wedi i
not greatly relish The design of the author seems to be un?
folding ami commending itself to favor. There are some
good hit, and touch (loop feeling in thepresent chapters, ami
the * Vision of the Coffin-Makers Prentice,' despite its fan
tastic tincoHthne.ss. is a pnssnso of power ami .i^'iiijcn
Mr. Duyckinck writes an unstudied and pleasing review of
Sterling's Poems, published two years since in London.
.Startling an our words ma;' seem, we w ish it wore 1.nicer, foi
we greatly admire 'ArchatUS,' nml would gladly have large:
extracts from his Poems, and more of the critic's !.:..? i<
marks. Can it be tliut our Publishers, in their greedy hast?
to snatch the veriest balderdash that issues from n foreign
press,'mean to pnss by this roost worth) volume? 'Tht
.Sexton's I laughter' would do no discredit to Wordsworth
and it is in his own peculiar sphere. What a delightful work
might be made of the Poems and other writings of Sterling:
lie has written enough for Blackwood te make a good octavo
Mr. J. S. Buckingham is honored by a brief but nun-:
pointed critique, and 0- A. Brownsoncomes in for a fair ami
just notice. ' The City Article* urges a repeal of the exist
in? duties on Foreign Books, and <it.* many facts in support
..I it. recnmmendation. Stephen's 'Central America' i.
quite severely criticised; one <>f the German Hoffman's
strange tides entitled ' The Cabaret' i- presented, and the
numbei concludes with several judicious notices, of' " uro? 's
Gypsies,' ' Young's Chronicles,' and some other recent pub?
Rome.?Rome, sitting in an unhealthy desert, u venerabli
corpse, a dissolute convent of prelates and cardinals, who.,
vast empire ami influence have been reduced t<> those tottei
ing ?al.'s. the head of a church that has outlived her ngo, thi
capital of a state in open rebellion?Rome, like Tilhonus o
the fable, lias reached the last statte of decrepitude withoui
being pei mined to die Not only the capital, but all die pro?
vinces south of tie' Apennines, tin* lands of the Sahini um'
Umbri, have contracted that Levitical spitit by which al
talents ami eminence are exclusively directed to the altar and
itsintiign. Hence that tinge of Jesuitism that taints tin
Romnn character in the highest classes, painted, n? it were
.hi the lines of their countenances, in the sound of their mcl
lifluous accent. Only what is not priest in Rome, or priosth
in family i?r connexion, or servants of priests?the nopulaa
of the eternal city, the Transtevcriui, display in their features
cn.tume ami manners, and more in ihcir sudden and oftei
generous bursts of passions?the antique Romans?such n
ruav, with n better education, become one day the freemei
ef the capital of the redeemed country."
Italian Historical Archives.? 1'lor. ace, 1841.
Tuscany Asn Florence.?Tuscany in all times, perhup*
even before the Grecian era, the ruler of letters and arts, is
now occupied by n suit, gentle, higlily-refined people, in whose
slender und gracile frames; in whose elegant but effeminate
features, it would not be easy to recognize the successors ol
those fierce partisans who, ulier receiving liberty as a gil'i
ftotn their brothers of Lombardy, were so loose und violent
in abusing it, but no less warm and intrepid, ami desperated
obstinate before they consented to give it up. Traces of the
ancient Tuscan vnlor nre to lie found in Arezz.n, in 1'istoia,
and wherever, indeed, you rise toward the Apennines; Inn
the capitsd, Florence the beautiful, the Athens of modern
Italy, she alone, the mother of genius, who bus given birth t"
a greater number of eminent men than all the rest of ItaK
put together?Florence is now idly and voluptuously lying in
the lap of her green vale of Arno, "like ti beautiful pearl set
in emerald,' as if lulled by the murmur of her liver and l>\
the fascination of the smiles of her climate. Sinking into a
stale of dejection proportionate to the excitement of the ages
of the Stro/./.i, worn nut. enervated by a long peace nml by tin
artful tyranny of their princes, these people pre seatccly
aware that their silken tie. have now been changed into ui.
iton chain. Gay and thoughtless, vain of their by-gone great?
ness, of their polished lungiiage, of their churches, and ol
themselves, the Florentines nre called, perhaps not unjustly,
the French of Italy. Italian Hist. Archives?Florence, 1841.
t. it in ding Operation of the Si a.? It is curious to ob
BOCvo how every part of the soil of this island, from the
boldest mountain to the smallest grain of sand on the shore,
illustrates its volcanic, organ. The pebbles in our walk to
day were either rounded fragments of light pumice, marking
the edges of the broad waves that had thrown them on ihi
beach, or were black, red, or variegated, compact or spongy,
ns they chanced to be of scori.'e or of a more solid basallii
lava. By standing close to die water's edge, we could sc?
and hear in active Operation the grinding process by whicl
irregular lump* of stone speedily become smooth pebbles,
and afterward fine sakd. A long heavy sen would fall ovei
and thundet on the beach like a broad, green cascade, swamp?
ing the whole muss of stones and rock, and carrying thoni
back a* it teceded -.villi h sharp, wet rattle. Another und an?
nulier wave immediately followed with the same thundering
full and the same rattling recoil, keeping the whole shore foi
many hundred yards in n perpetual grinding motion. This
is going on in a greater or less degree all round the island,
und for centuries ha., done the same.
'A Winter in the Azure-.'
MeHEXET Am ami the StBYL.?While the debasing in?
fluence of the most gross superstitions is widely spread
throughout Egypt, not only among the Mussulman inhabi?
tants, but also tiie native Jews and Christians, the viceroj is
u solved to show in this respect the superiority of his intelli?
gence, us he has done on several occasions. One instanci
may suffice. At the commencement of ins reign, when hi.
pow.-r was not yet established, a son of sibyl made her ap?
pearance at Cairo, and gained a vast number of proselytes
It was given out that she bad at her command a familial
spirit, whose very hand could be touchstd and mvsterious
voice heard in the dark. It was chiefly among the soldiers
and their officers that she found her most zealous dupes und
partisans. Mehemct Ali was anxious to know something
more certain about this magician, whose influence might b -
come dangerous. Ho caused her, thervfote, to he bi.ui^h:
to the palace, and told her be desired to have some conver?
sation with her genius. She consented to exhibit befor?
bun. It wa> night : the lights were extinguished in tin
'nandarnh.. where the principal officers were assembled.
Meheroet Ali hud strictly warned his servants to bring a
light immediately he shoiid cull lor one. The sibyl evoked
tier rptnt. The djinm answered ; and his hollow voice. like
that or a ventriloquist, seemed to issue from the wall. Iii
gave his hand to the lVria to ktss, when the latter, seizinc
It n. tnly. called instantly for lights. It was the hand of tl
magician herself; who. on giving the cheat discovered,
implored his pardon. The bystanders, astonished at th.
boldness ol Mehemet whoa they looked upon as irreligious
oegan to murmur. The Pasha, after having reproached
hem or their base creauiity. ordered the sibyl to be th.ow,
to tne Nue. 1 be -Acers manifested some uuwu!::,Cne*>
t<> execute the sentence, but Meliemei ???? . . 6
nk>? h.. , , .? ?'."?'?""?ei overcame their set u
PK? by tehiag fhvrn, lhal jf ^, ^ bad so powerful a
jpjjj, a. KTtvx, be would take eare'he was net drowned :
but that if. on the contrary, she had him not. she would be
' jug?v punished for having.ubused without tear the piety of
the faithful- y-" 5? Quarterly for July.
GrN/.R.".r. Rcixs do n't apply in ali ca?e5. We once knew
a man who was so careful not to give otfence, that in speak
' ins of general fault*, he would qualify his remarks by saying.
?? present company excepted." He chanced to be in com?
pany with some ladies, and spoke of an absent one a? the
I ur?est person he ever saw. present company excepted.
Now this mistake was perhaps worse than that made by
the boy who. speaking of the greatest matt he ever ?aw, was j
! told by his mother he must always excert their minister. A i
I tew days after, be rushed into the presence of hi* mother, j
i and exclaimed, " Mother, I have seen the greatest hog down ?
j town lint I ever <aw, except our minister.'"
htiyeV & pi"T>tn
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I other 11 \ ciin Books. Smith's Grammar.
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Philosophy, Botany, Book-he p- Papers, a good assortment
: ig.Ai .Drawing,Tissue, Morocco, Marble
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Syn.heal and New-York Pri Papers.
in. r. Colored and plain Toy- Ink, Quills, Water Colors, Slates,
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Town's Webster's, Elementary. I Sand Boxes Letter Stamps, Ink
American. Emerson's, New Nn- Powder, Red Tape aud Station
tional, Cobb's, Beutlcy and Pic- cry geuera ly in crest variety,
kef. Spelling ll.H.k..
C. 4 P. h re constantly on band a laree assortment of Books suita?
ble i,.r SCHOOL \M> PRIVATE LIBRARIES, winch they will dis
[ pose of at the lowest iat.-..
Rookselld-s and Merchants from the Country ere invited to call
previous to purchasing. jv24 Sawlm YAcSm.
LACK A W ANA COAL.
T1HE HKI.AU AU E Si Ml DSON CANAL COMPANY lire now re
I ceiving into their Yards Lackawana Cod Iresh from the Miues.
which they offer to their customers aud the public at the followir.r
Eye ami Broken.$7 06 per ton delivered.
Stove and Fiirnuec. 7 00 do do
Small Nut. 5 00 tin do
Yard- corner of Beach and West, Kmc and Greenwich, and Mont?
gomery and Monroe-streets, a ber? orders will be received. Also ?1
lo ir Bank,corner of William sad Pine-streets, where contracts will
w made for rarem*-delivered at Rondout. jc.S-3tn
iT.~- nn t" i-; it ton?Peach Orchard Coal, broken of supe
V s ?s svl rn.r i|uality,constantly discharging at the foot of Chnia
? r-? treet Tins coal i. lelected aith great care, and cannot be sor
assed by nay in the market It will be delivered free ol cartage to
my pan of the city at the above low price. JAMES E. WOOD,
jy 1 m* Union (?.al t itlire. cor. Chandier- and Washington sts.
C'f ^77 PE??Tii OKCIIAKD NUT COAL.-?7.00
'jp\J?iJ\) do do Broke and Egg. Now diseharting, nnd will be
i'or the season from tie-old State Prison Dock. This coal is of the
irstquality and will be delivered with care and good order. I.ehieh
ud Liverpool at low prices from boats or llie yard, corner of Hadson
,ud Ai.treats, tinier, must be scut soon to secure the ahnve low
rices. Ijvlsi Im! .1 TERIIEI.L
pCRlFV VOITK BEDs! PVRIFV YOU It BEDS!
I ?Willard's Patent Featlier-Dressiog Machine, which removes
.11 impure smell as well as ninth, from heilr, (which, if not pro
? erly cured, they will have at this senaoit of the year.; renovates and
nlivcns them, aud makes ikcm as cod ?s wii?n tir-t purchased, is in
iperation at his Store, ISO Chatham-street, corn-r of Mulberry. Per
sOUl wishing IO have their li'ds dressed, by leavisg word, can hiivi
them sent -nr and returned ? ithl ut exlru charge. A larje BSSOrtaM iii
if Bods and Mattr.? .-n hand. Also, Feathers of nil kinds, war
anted pun- end free from smell. jy2 Iw*
f^Of.CltiRIAN CR e A Me?Refined on an entirely sew
V principle ? I'hia inestimable compound i- the m.>.t valuable are
jiaratiou yet discovered to arTurd ease aad conif..rt in shaving. Tin
principle of its manulhcture embraces a complete neutralisation of
tlkali. the active rresence of which is ibnnd 111 every other Sou}}.?
rio: atme nee, rJierefvre, isTlhis delaterioMa ingrwdhial la of icaeil ?? tnsti
recommendation. Added te ibis, it is composed of several rJelightial
?molienls, prududugadelicsoas softaeaaof ibe shin,eflecMally re
moving ad ; iniples in a few days, and answering as well with colu as
wi'h warm water. Iiis put up in convenient earthera boxe?, fror?
? Inch it i. used. A liberal discount wade to wholesale purchasers_
Prepared and sold by WM. VAN' EM It I- RGII, Agent,
No. 98 Falton-street, New-York.
Sold by Law rence. Keese St Co.. Hondlev , Phelps A: t"o_ P. Baw ns
A Co . Havdock. Co. lies .v Tburston, J. .V W. Penfold A to., 11 H.
Schiefllin ? t'o.. RushlonSt AspinwaJI, J?>hn Meahin, 509 Broadway,
Marshall t'. Sloe um, and all the principal Druggists and Apothecaries
?a the city. _jy!" Im
t>RINTINia INK?-The -ill... rib.-r. who ;-h practical Prin?
ter, having for more than tw. nty year- been encaged in the man?
ufacture of Printing Ink, during which time it has been used exten?
sively in many of the Urce.t printing establishments in the United
state., and civ. n general satisfaction. He respectfully ?oheits ? cootin
: saaceofthc patronage of bis typographical brethren. Having lately
nuilt a new and enlarged manufactory, on proot-street between
Moiit".>?i-:i and Govcrueur-streett East River, he is enabled to sap
j ply llit.se who mav iavor hua with their custom, ?Ith a- good Ink a
.-an be procured 111 the I'uiie.l State-, of unchangeable color, aud on
reasonable Icrrns. The lah 1- well calculated to work on the compo?
sition roller, nnd all descriptions of presses now in use.
Orders directed to the subscriber's residence, 125 Green-street, or
left at the manuraci try, ?ill be ponctoally attended m.
Ncw-York. July iM.'l.-ll. QyiOSia) CEO. MATHER.
nii. a. ATKl>si(l\ si root beer_A -ub-tituo
for Ah oiioiic or Malt I.i.piors. a very pleasant and refreshing
. Jrink. superior tn th- ordinary Mineral or Soda Waters. It renovate
: knd purities the liumau sy -tein. To families it n ill be sold for CJ cents
per qaart, or 25 cents p r gallon..at tne counter S and ;i cents pet
cl.i--.pl in; o-a au-l 1'Cent? ?ith Sarsspurilln, Ginger, .Angeleca.
Eiei ampane ..r lloarheund Sv rup. Remember, 216 Greenwich-street
is the place where pure Root Beer 1- to be had. jvIT Im
nK. Tf?<>?s. f'l.l TJI,t:t<;H'?s fNDl?N BOTANIC
PI.Als TER.?At t:u- in cnent there ire thousands ot'tiur fellow
iti/ciis stlfTi ring Iron: Sore I.eL's. Kmc-' Evil, Sors Nipples, pain. 11.
the back, breast, sides, Kh nui itism, Scald Head, aid Salt Kheuui?
to all -"c!i I would say use this valuable aud never failing remedy aad
I be cured
Sold at36" Greeawich-st, 141 Fultoa-st, 422 and 547 Brwolwav.
STBleecker-st,193 Sprisg-st., Bowery. W. Thompson. WU
liumsburgh, and Mrs llayes. Bmoklvu. jy I r> lm*
1\K. van IIAiriBERT'SJ feaxajle RE NOVA
Lw TING PILLS, from Germany, a Mrnvin remedy for suppression,
irregularity, and all cases where nature tiastf stopped frora auy csum
? hatever Sold ItTT Itnwerv. y."" I Si
It eiEl' UATlSJitl.?Reader, if you are troubled with r7is?~
h ruatic j.a:;.-. a sprain, sweltinc m the joints or limb-, sore throat,
or mumps you may bo cured f>-r the tnthug sura of 50 oents. I.y Dr.
, James McDonald's Herculiau Embne-ation. So confident is the D.<
!or of the efficacy of hi. medicine, that if alter a fair trial it fails to
. are. the money ? II be returned. For sale at the Drug-Store of Dr.
WA1 I E. N... 253 Can .l-.-treet. Price 50cents per bottle, Numerous
certificates oi cure from some of our most respectable citizens.
N. B.?A liberal discount made tu those who purchase 10 sell again
jyji 1 id
Kink'S patent PlT.i.ak an i> t law ke~
yoi.yin?; office CHAIBS.?A mostcamforta
ible and convenient article?when seated 111 one of these Chairs, with
a touch of the loo you have the enure command of the apartment
. ? ilheut the Deceaalty of auy change of position of the oecupaut or the
hair, thereby preventicg much inconvenience end insuring a great
. nonet ofc unrort Price $r.isi. $10. 0 and $lit\' eacn. all complete
s ith cushn ks, castors, Ac No'e?these chairs catreot get out al
Always 011 hand, a variety of other chair, made expressly for ease
uad comiori,?eaid la>L not least, the celebrated Premiim Roaking
? ilair? with seif-adjlMing seats. These Chairs are salf-roeker*, ir.
? inch a per.. u m.vy -it ami nx-k without any exertion. To realise
be saperiotitj of these chairs, you are respectfully invited to come
>ad make a trial oi them. M. W. KINC,, Patentee.
I j-r16_47-1 Rroadwav
To liTTPORTING HOV9R? AND WKsJTEKN
AND SOUTHERN MERCHANTS.?Tea thousand gros, o:
i-'ancv Soas-. comprising Eau de Colocne Soap. Almond Soap, Milk
rleur Soap, all new in the msikrt: besides Windsor aad other a,.
...rted Soao-. can be purchased at half the usual prices, for cs.h, si
Messrs WRIGHT ?v CO S., 7 "j Chatham-street, w ho are vde Agents
for th? h rerch Medicated Soa. in America, which Soap Is allowed br I
all the Physiriaus in Pans to t>e one of the most extraordinary dis"
eoveries in medical science ever known in the world for all ootward
I complaints, as Erysipel us Pannles, Scurvy, Freckle*, Salt Rheum
St - .
[ ?fit. j>-2l la
.1. G. CAIYDCE. M. D.. Drmi-I.
**?? BROADVY \V. NEW YORK.
IMPORTANT l!IN IS ON Tilt; MANAGEMENT OF TEETH.
A The Teetb, thougn the ti,rd*et an?aa] substance, yield -<occ-t to
treatment. go,Kj or bad. Tbev are ea-iir spoilati, sou by ;miiciou?
irea;ni*.H eanly preserve.i. I: 1? no * on boa?t of be skilful Dentist,
that disease, of tlie Teet.i are ordinarily tubjec: la hu con roi; in
riesd it any he regarded a* settled in the pui?l;? iciud. that j?tdi> sous
treatment secures t5?:r p?rn.si enc*. The Teeth. composed subian
tially of lime, are of con rye easily ?erompn.rd by ?cid-; sed "iv r-n
beiug the base of acids, we ar? led to two imporraal facts ;a the pre
se-vation of the Teeth.
1st. Kee;- acids out of the tnnitb. and. every thirg out of the
?trmach thnt r?r,-ra;e- aoe, there, and vour health and Tetlh ar*
eornpar.tiw l> . ?:?.
2d. Keep evsry thing out of the mouth that attracts oxvgcn, and
this far three reaso&s
Ist. Oxygen hemg ,!,? bis* of acids, renders, the secretion of the
month doubly acr:d. and thus the destruction of the Teeu is
%L The Oxydes tau? produced are poison, and hence the genera;
health i. put ia jeopardy.
3d. Galvanic action is produced, and by this, both the nerr?? and
terth suffer. These if duly regarded, sill lead to th-following
1st: No acid.-, will ever be used f.,r cleansing the Teeth. All tooth
powders sheald contain a modi rat- alkali.
2d, All operators on ins Teetb, ?h-> u-e mineral pa?te? or fumbic
metals, a!' of which are con posed of metals having strong affinity for
oxygen, snould be shi?ccl ; their boasted rfuitdic- arc fir ?or-?
t?aii the disease they promise to cure.
3d. Ail combinations of metals, ?netj s? Tin. Gold. 5:!ver. Platina,
Ae.,r!;ouId be carefully avoi led. The purest metali differ in affinity
tor ?xygen. and of course produce galvanic arii. a when pat together
in the same Hiouth. Fine Gold is the only metal thnt eh >uld ever
find a l<> lernest iu the human mouth, and to this conclusion every
sei untie D -Ktist mast inevitably tome.
.V< D mist can consistent!) nppose the u-e of an amalgam of
mercury aud silver, irhilst he i? hun-?!f in the h.bit?as is at present
almost every Dentist :t the Union?of u-i.ig amalgam* <.;' Platina,
Gold. Silver, Copper and /inc. under the name cf ??'?old Plates." I
Fine livid, and hir.r Gold alnnt for l'ten'.al >>ut rations, must soon |
become an axiom.
And now I will only add in conclusion, for the information of all .
who vvi-h to avoi i tne evil c jn-e:u*n'-e- of compound metal* ia the
iniuth. that they can be furnished with Teeth set to Site Gold Plates, j
num..vrd and unadulterated, by calling at my Room, No. Broad- ?
way. New-York, t!i? on!v place, wi-.h the exception of Ks vttnv
A S->N?. ;n Albany aa.; tray,) where Teeth are .er t.. plates, without
mtro?iu.-in;' into the mouth an amalgam of at least tour metals, all
differing materially in their atfinity ior oxygen.
line word to those who wain e.,tire or nearly erpirc -et. of Teeth.
in?ert- 1 -.n the atmospheric pressure or .action principle. My
method of putting iu -?c i?n Teeth, differing in iome e.?cntial points
from the taanner usual I j sdopted. I feel confident in saying, stands
Gentlemen of the profess io n as well as tho-e requiring professional
services, are invited to call and examine my tH'-th >.! of Setting
Teeth, without ;heii?e of -older cr any other base metal.
.V,rs York JuluM. I-II. In
/ ?1TY HOTEL.?The Public are informed that the .-??*??
v named spacious and popular establishment will be continued a.,
usual, rim interior has been recent!} repaired, and the parlors and
many of die rooms newly furnished. The City Hotel is one of the
ver> few Hotel- in this city in which the entire lower floor t? occupied
for the purposes of the establishment; it r.n> a bar,reading, dining,
?leepirg rooms nnd parlor on the first floor. The convenience of its
location being near the centre of the bnsines part of ihe city, and all
the uriin ipal steamboat and railroad bindings, with spacious am! plea?
sant parlors on the lir-t tbsur, on Broadway, the principal thorough
fare of the city, make it an equally desirable situation for men at
bo insss, and for families or single gentlemen travelling for pleasure.
The travelling public are assured that this Hotel -nail b- so con?
ducted a- not io be excelled by any other estabhsbment in this ccun
try. With cleanliness, ami rood, attentive waiters, a good table
choice ?nie? and lu|our?, an ! a general desire to pie i.e. the proprietor
hope, he mav he fivorcd w ith a -hare of the public patronage.
jyl7 Ira Successor to Gardner & Packer.
j.lIPOKTAM' NO i ll i-:.- Tlorison's rills.?The
a Public of Amonc i are informed, that the l>'nu-h College of Health,
London, have dismissed Mr. Taylsr, of 91. Broadway, New-Vork, as
their General Agent, and that now. therefore, they have no longer a
general agent in America. Tin- i? particularly impressed on the peo?
ple of the United States, as n is well known that .everal individuals
are enrlcavorine t" julm off iheir Medicines ander the plea that they
arc acting a. lo i.rral Agents to the Establishment in London.
Merchants. Traders, Agents and others, mav he supplied on the same
term, as their bit- scent. Mr. Taylor, by seuding ibeirorder* direct to
Me.-r-. MURISUN, at tie- British Col ette of Health, Hamilton Place,
New Itoad. London, shi n they will obtain al the same lime a Certifi?
cate of the genuineness of the Medicines.
Look for th- revocation of Mr. TnyloKs sppointmeut and other par
ticulsrs, iu Hie New-York ami other paper-. All debts ow n..- to Mr.
Taylor for Morison's Medicines, are to be paid to Me.-?r-. FIRTH Jc
HALL, of Franklin Square, New York.
MOR1SON, MOAT A CO.
British College of Health, Hamilton Place, \
New V.. a.l. London. April 1-11. )'
N. B.?It will be remembered that Messrs. Morison's late Agent,
Mr. Taylor, wrapped up and sold their Medicines to the public in
pind labels; therefore such will now no longer be genuine. The Me.
diciucsof the British College of Health will henceforth he sold as iu
England, with the words " Jlo?nnv's I'mveksvl MCDICINES" engra
sed in u-hur Utters upon a red ground, intlie label affixed to nach box
or packet. jy- l Jm
t-TFIUinN'M YEI.ETABI.E H A !. V E. ?Thi?
lo Salve. Ihe emu rounding of which has occupied the Proprietor
several years, to bring it to its present -tale of perfection, i< no-?
offered to the public with the fullest confidence as to its excellent
en rative properties. It- truly beneficial enacts have been experienced
in severe rases -u Chronic Rheumatism; for Burns, Wounds of all
km.!-, such a.- Cuts, Bruises, and the Bne? of poisonous animals, its
application hi? been uniform!) attended with the most ; leasing and
successful results. It speedily removes the rancor left in wound,
occasioned by broken glass, rusty nails, etc.; rive, ease to pain in
the side or back ; imparts sin-ncili to nay part of the body which
may be weaken.-,! by disease, and. in ?Hort, prove- jt-'lf a really
healing and unrivalled Salve. Wheuever it hu- been called into
requisition, the warmest prai-e ha- heen accorded to its decided
7'i'fAr t.adus ? TI.e Vegetable Salve will |>e fonademinently use.
ful in sariou. complaints to which tkey are liable. Thai distress?
ing affection, Acue iu the Breast, is completely cured by it? appli?
Wash the wound mice a day with Castile soap. If ihn wound be
very severe, renew tie- Plaster every day, or once in two days. Let
th'- Salve I..; sprend on thick muslin linen, or soft leath, r.
Prepared nad Sold by William Stebbins, 193 Klvington, corner of
Ridge-street; Dr Chastency, I40j Bowery, between lirootne a.id
ISrnad : aud Mr. [leor:,.. 133 HoUStOB St
*,* The moat convincing testimonials of the tfBcacy of this Salve
.-au be seen at the residence of the Pr ipnetor.
Large Box, 13] cents?Small ditio. ti| cents. j30 I? ?
IMPORTANT TO FEMALES.
DR. WARD, 113Chnmbers-st,co ifines hi- practice io the treatment
of <li.ease- of women and children. Iiis long experience in ibis
hranch of hi- profession enubles him to .-are where othen have failed
Dr.-Ward's method of treating all female complaint, is such a- lorequire
but a shert time to effect a car*. f>r. W. operates fortatrabismu* or
squinting, club feet, an-l ?II other da/ormities, ?tth entire suece-,.?
OtEcc hours from 'J lo |-.' A. M. and 4 to - P. M.
E. ALLEN WARD, M. D.Surgeon,
Profe.-or of Disease* of Women and Children,
jyO tf V". I I I ''hamber. .tree-., N Y.
ANTI-FXTOKTIU.N?Reduction am improvement n
Dentisirv.?Persona desirous of avoiding the ex-rkllant charge,
of Dentists, will flnd it advantageous in cull ou V.SHERWOOD,
Surgeon Dentist, removed to 143 Grand street, near Centre Market.
>'. P..?Tte-th-nche infallibly cur--.l.
Having examined several ca.-* ,.f !>r. V.->herwwo.l'- [ncorraiptible
Miiiurn! Teeth now in Use, inserted on gold, an 1 which are so pecu?
liarly adapted as to render t! cm perfectly Useful in masticating the
different rabstanee.s.-ntisl to the support of life, d-em it prud?
ent t-> recommend him tu the public r* a skilful Dentist, s. A. Gam?
ine. M. !>.. iL Rice, M. !>.. W. Crockette, M. D. New-Orleans, M ,v
15, l.-m._jy3 1m
IMPORTAft'T TO I UH PUBLIC_I ictor Rogers't
I VEGETABLE PULMONK DETERGENT Uta surepreventivi
to the Conyjmp'ii'n. and lit many instances a ruratir: th the edl Us ed
stage, of this prevailti g and nlarming disi-use. This compoand has
keen m successful use for the last forty years, and therefore cannot
be ephemeral. The public ere requested to call at his office, No. 130
ChalJuun-street, for the article, and rnitniiou- advice, ami examine
tesLinonials from our most worthy citizens. No!Ling flctitioiis is re?
sort-,! to :u this c. mmunicatiou. Public utility a, well as private
benefit is the intention of tne public's humble .servant,
jyl l;n GEO. RiXIERS.
r?n*t7xTANT TO PABK.YT.C D R. A. ATK IN SON,
I .'!?'. Greenwich-street respectfully rsscomnssnda his DILUEN1
ALTERATIVE PURIFIER t?i in* heads of families who are m ihmr
own persons afHicted with an impure state of thi fluids. Rem'-mb*r
that the stream ran be no better than th ? fountain; or. in oiiier words,
the children are generally afflicted srith the cisea.e. of the parents :?
licnce the traa-e-.nds.it .mportan- e -f our advice t>?mg acted upon by
all ? ho are now ?r who are about to -nter into the Uiarnage mate that
suiter hereditary or acquired oiseasc*. Iv'" Im
Cryi.TlEB OKINK-W-- sould nmiiid our readers of tne !
io healthy and delightful summer beverage prepared by Messrs.
Sands, No. 79 aad I?U Fnlion-st. Ii is by far superior to alloth?r
drinks, possessing, as it doe-, valuable medicinal pruperties. in sddi
tiua to those which make it so agreeable. It is ? perfect substitute
for 'Simulating drink, am! the friends of leinperaaec w ill 5nd it just
the thing for rcuovating the physical frame, and infasing renewed
health and rigor. From (he \ew-Y->rk Pianel. June 30.
TEMPERANCE DRINK?Th- most delectable and healthy sum?
mer drink that can be obtsmed is Sand's ^nrsapanila Mead, which
every ou* can prepare for them?ejves from the Syrup in a glas, of
eaM or iced water! Ill flavor i- delightful. Sold by druggist- aud |
groc-rs r-n?rally. From N. Y. Tattler.
Prepared ar.d sold at whole-sle and retail, and for exportat ion. bv
V. B. D. Sands, druggists, 79 and 1*) Fultou st-and 77 Ea..t Broad'
way : sold also by Gassiier .v ^ ouiig. 13i Chatham St. Price 5o cents. |
iTtTC;** AND Jl ED11 1 >E!? of every deacripuoti and
of tbe best quality may !>-.? ha^ at All Hours on application to
N. CLARK. 510 Bowery.
XT A Phy-ician of lone experience (whs practices iu the neighbor?
hood.) w ill be iu attcndai.ee tu give advice, Ac at the nours of - A.M.
RE^IOVAI..?Albany Pile and Amber AI- Also. Fo'riga
Wine, a;:.; L>c,uor?. a- -.aiport'd. Th* sahst n!-er has Removed
his place ef hu?iaes? from ">s rourtlanri to No. 11 James-street, where
;se above arucles may be had ee. jal. if sot .-upenor. to any offereyl m
^ecitv. ANDREW KIRK.
New-York. Jnry 13.1841. _jj!6 Im'
( i A.N A DA TaONEV H .i>TE D?
V/ Bs.ak of Montreal, Montreal.2} a 3 per cert.
City Bank. do.2j a 3 per cent.
People's Bank. do.2j a 3 per cent.
Bank Britoh N. America. Montreal.2i a 3 per cent.
I'aion Bank do-..lj per c?nt
Quebec Benk, Qaeb*e.3} a 3 per cent.
jr??lwis IL GRAY A CO. 60 Wall st.
RING-?VOR.TI, TKTTEB ? AI D HEAD, Bar- ]
bcr's itch, Eczema, BioisSed Face. P.uiple?. Ilco, or Scabies.
Psoriasis, Palmaria acd other disease* ot the -kin. are saiely, certainly
and exi?diaouslv cured b? the u?e of SANDS' CELEBEATED
REMEDY Ff>K SALT RHEUM, which has now been thoroughly
tested in risur SIX THOUSAND d;?>reai rase? without ni?:^i
failed ;:: any. where dir. colon* base r-e-n attend, a '?. Every per-on
atS'.cted ?ith either of the above diseases, is invited to :uak' imme.li
ate ose of t_-.e of this valuable remedy, and t< t cured * .thout delay.
The care in all iiw is warranted. We select toe following ex- j
tracts from certificate? as evidence of its wonderful efficacy.
Mrs. Marrarct Clark, of New. York, ha.- jn?t been cured of a se- !
vere said Iocs- standing ca?e of Suit Rheum. la her certificate she '
ray.??? | u-.ed various popular ra-d:?is-s. and was uader the care of ;
two emtn-nt physicians, but my complaint harried their ?kill. After i
noticiue the extraordinary care of >!r?. Chapman, No. 7'J Chatham st
I was uduc-d '? purena?-- some of the remedy. Immediately on ?p ',
plying it 1 becaa to recover, and am no* entirely wcli.' The case !
of E?zab- th S,-^ar of Bellingbam, Ma-s. a lady of 73 years of ace.
is truly aa intere-ting ra* : one box a^d a bottle of the Compound
Extract of Sarsapanlla removed the disease and made a perfect cure,
alter bavin; beeu -rflicled more thau twenty year*. Mrs Almira
Gardener, of Norwich, Ct ?j> perfectly cur-u after the .i:.ea..? ns?t
existed for twenty-five vear? in its wor-t form. Ed? in Porter, mer
chaat. of Fall Kivrr. Mass.. Joseph Clare. No. 2sD Wash;ngts?n-*t.
N". Y.: John Park?-, farmer, at Stateu blend, and numerous others
have nil been perfectly eures! hv thi- most wonderful medicine.
Prepared aas! sold lit w boleaoje and retail by A. 15. A IV SAN'PS, 7?
and 100 Fulton-st and 77 East Broadway, N. Y. Sols! sIsobyH.
Kas'- A Co. Albanv: E Trivett, Poiighkeepsie; J M. Patt?u. New
Haveo; E. W. ?!,!'. Hartford; J. A. Wadswonh, Provident*;
Wai. Brown. 451 IVashintrun-st, Boston; I?. David Jayne, No. 30
So nth T'nr !-t. Philad.-lp.ua. and by .irucri.ts generally in the prin
cipal towns in the United State*. Price $t.
>. R?Merchants ?applied oa the m?-t liberal terras. jvI7 1 hi j
ri ; :?.$:.! iionk? ttt- LiVEU.voKTi
FORC ii.'.I-, i "old.. A-ia.na. V? hooping Cough sn..rt.:c?* of Broati i
and all ArTeci* ns of the Heart and Lungs, leading to CONSUMP ,
Th iN. Rentier, yoa have tried manv medkknes for vourcold. Have
you ha* a bottle of NO WILL'S SECTORAL HONEY OF LIVER
WORT1 Try it Iiis assuredly "tho best medicino ever offered to thi
public. The testitlMraals lettered and the high ealogiums given tho
last winter from those who have ta!-.eu it attest atones ith superior
i.r..i-. It i?from this cause that *?? are induced to make it as popo
!ar -j possible, though it ha- increasingly received the put la- appro
bation amounting to about fifty ihoii.au I bottles per annum No puf
or advertisement has done this to hoax on the sufferer a watery col
orad solution, a;.d inerBcncious medicine, thereby basteningadiseaee i<
it. f-.tal trrisuiatiun?the puff alone sustaining the hopes *f the pa
lient. until iiopes ire gene.
Tbl preparation of the Honey of Liverwort i? solely composed w
regetabl? ingredients simple in ikeir nature, but in combitwtioo no*
only calculate.! to remove the immediate disease, hut to invigorate th<
?ystem generally. No medicine ever ottered to the public can be *aic
to Imvc restored to health so g-eat n number of per.ons m consume
live complaints as N?wi!I'. Pectoral Honey of Liverwort It shotdc
be k-ept in all famde's. to administer upon the :ir-t symptom of cold oi
eough, as rnattentJon and neglect are the cause? 5f numbers Iosip'
their lir-.. especially tu consumptive cases.
This medicine, offered to ihc public at the low price of Two Shll
lings, is accessible ta alt. For sale ? bohvale and retsil at the princi?
pal Dep?t, 64 Madison, cor. Catherine-?t: H. V. Bush, 61 Barclay .t.
J. R. tfobbard, Bowery; W. II Milnor, 192 Broadway; Dr. lame. H.
II art. 27r2 Broad v-.i. corner of Chamber-si. D. C. Mitchell, *o Caun b
st, New-IIarei: and retailed bv one in every principal citv in tht
Dlt. AstllER ATKINSON'S
BOWEL COMPLAINT SYRUP,
\REMEDY f'>r Bowel Complaint Summer Complaint ia Chil
dre?, Diarrbrea, Dysentery.orHloo.lv Flax. lasosenes* of the
Bowels. Cholera Morbus, Tenesmus, Consumption of the Intestines,
3tc?Dr. A. has the pli Being satltlacJon to iuform the public, that be
has us-,I his Bowel Complaint Syrup in bis private practice nearly,
ten yea.-. ? during that; time h* ha. had extensive opportunities to
witness ir. happy influence in between live hundred aud one thousand
cases,and it civ*s him rr. at pleasure to statu, that lie has never
known it to lull where the direction, have been fully adhered to. ex
cept hi five oi >iv ofC.umptiono: the Lung, that hive terminated
in Diarrh.t a. even then it h .- given e.-mtial r. lief, and rendered the
last moments ?f the sufferer comparatively comfortable; micIi being
the fact be would respectfully call the attention of Physicians par
tii ul irlv. and the Public generally, to this highly important remedy.
Dr. A. |. fully persuaded ill his own mind that if bis Bowel Com?
plaint Syrup should be used in every instance where inch a Medicine
is required, that it would lessen the Infantile Bill of Mortality si
least two thirds end he hns no doubt when Physicians and Parents
become acquainted with the effei Is of ihis pleasant remedy that the)
w ill be of the same opinion. For .:.!?? by the Propeietor, at 111. Bo?
tanic Laboratory No. 216 Greenwich-street, New-York, where may
be had a crent variety of crude, prepared, and compound Medicines,
Wholesale and retail. Dealets will be allowed a liberal discount
T'rms?C i-h. _j> 17 liu
it. <.'1Tok?:k nk ?vro>TltE'.?. pills of
HEALTH, Antibilinus and Digestive lor the cure of leiligestion
Flatulence, Loss of Appetite, Dyspepsie, Weakness of Stomach in
ducing constant Nausea and Vomiting, Nervous or Sick Headache, th.
re-nlt of morbid bilioas secretion, Affectiansof the Liveranrl its at
tnndant symptoms, Sallow skie. Jaundice, Dimness^of ike Eve, Pain
in the Right Si^e, Habitual Costiveness, Offensive Breath, etc. etc
The action of the,e Pill- mi the system is entirely independent ol
Purtiiat.?the largest doee ta be takeu at one time i- ei?ht pill., they
seldom purge : mild in their action, nay, so much to as to be often uu
perceived, the-, effect the ueedud es tage iu iheSecretories, removing
all morbid ictiou and thereby reatoring Healtlu Price I shilling per
Each box upon the cover has a fac-similie of Dr. Gen. Newcombe's
signature : and is also signed by John E. Kent, wh? is the Doctor's
General A cent
Entered acoordini to Act of Congress, iu the Clerk'- (Jtlice of th
Southern District of New.York.
For .ale. Wholesale and Retail, at the Family Medicine Store, 6'.'
Marion-st two doors bolow Prince, second block east of Broadway,
and Symes. cor. Bowery und Walker; Hurrel, cor. of Bowery and
Dover; MeCtoakey,cor. Of Brootne and Thompson jvll Im.
'V'n ONE should be without a bottle of Phawn's Anti-DandrirT?it i
1 a withool exception the best remedy ever j et employed for utt.-r
ly eradicating wnh one wash, the dandrirf completely from the he ul
The proprietor ol this celebrated Wash, unlihe some individual.,
will not guarantee that it ndl turn gray hair black or innke buhl
heads bsiry, but he will give $100 to tnat person who will -ay that it
is not the article he recommends it to be, tIk : a thorough cleaner ol
the surface and HAIR of the head. Its qualities ar- pecul ur. It noi
only cle inset and purifies the Hair, but leaves a gloss) aad silky -?p
pea ranee unlike all other remedies of the -ort ever yei offered to th
Public. It |e ives,.liter its application, the m?-i exhileratina and cool
iog sensation, aud it- effect for LADIES aud CHILDREN'S heads is
unrivaled. Gentlemen will find tin- compound it great preventive:
to Baldness, for by k. eping tne roots ot'tlie ilair and pores of the bead
perfectly 'ree fr..ni dwndrin*, it promote, and ?trens/tb. n> the rrowih
of the Hair. All persons traveiUng tsoutb, or living in a warm cli
mate. ?bold.I never lie without it a* its qualities for a Southern cl?Uatl
are altogether unequalled. Those who may be sceptical u tw-tbe
qunJitiei of my invaluable Wash I here mute to purchase one bottle,
and it"not fouud to b.- OXacdy a. I Warrai t It to be, I will return tliem
the ra?h if used according to direction.
I'm e .'s) and 7."> cent, p' r bottle, or gentlemen can hav e n applied
for 93cents and to be purchased of any barber in New -York. Ob
serve none is genuine unless sigued by me in ink.
K. i HALON, 314 Broedway, New-York.
Manufactured solely by t ie proprietor, a! his H air Dressing and
Wig M iiiin'acliiri. :ii Vroad a iv. lu2fi lui
DB. P. GOCBAt/D'S EAB DK BK UTE-Ki
tracted from the most beautifnl Exotics of the mildest natuie
warranind perfectly gaaoceut yet efilcMious a- i thorough cleanser oi
the .km. It eradicates Freekl-.. Pimple-, S|Kits, K^dne.s, and all
Cutaneous Eruptions from whatever eau?e originating; and trans?
form into radiant brilliancy the moat .allow complexion. By peise
vermc iii the use of the Eau de Beulte, j| giaduall)' produces a eleai
and-ift .km. smooth a. ?elvet, actually realizing a delicate whi'e
neck, hand and arm. and a healthy nmi juvenile bloom wilt m u ?bort
lime I..- icf..Dibly elicited, w hile its constsaf ipplicalioa will lend to
promote tne tree exercise of thi ??? important function. <?( the skin, ol
the utmost importance for the prt.ration of a beautiful complexion
lu rntii!--. driving, prorneuading, enjoying aquatk excursions, pic mc
part;.:.. .\c. Ac it affords immediate rein f m eases of tan. sunburns,
s ?: imarting irritability if th ? skin, occasioned bv the -olar heat ?
Gentlemen, after shaving and traveling in the sun and dust will find
it allay the irritating sad smarting pain, and render tue >kin imoots
and pleasant Price $1 per bottle.
Ob? rve that' Eau !c oeaute fabrique par Dr. Felix Goursud, New
York.' i- Mown on the finn sides of the bottle.
DR FELIX GOURAUD'S SUPERIOR VEGETABLE ROUGE u
coiiiposci materiall) from flowers ii!^ -imple-, an article wnich. from
it. perfect assimilation 'it'i th : .km. and iu correctness and perma?
nency of lint cives to the couotenance a bloom impossible, on tht
clone-1 inspection, to detee: fron, nature, and is warranted free frou,
any ihn.er.il substance, and immovable by ner.p-r-tion or rubbinj
anh ii bsndkerchieC Price 50 cent- per bottle.
'!' i b- ,i i.: where , ;.e in New-York but it r;7 Walker-street, one
rloor from Broadway, and at Darid afan.l- A Co., Druggists, 7$ Easl
Broadway. jy'j 'm
BAWE AND l?IiH>J iltl.E I U FOMITI ON ?
1 Tbe uapr.dented popularity and universal demand for DU
FELIX GOURAUD'S POUDRES >l III.II.KS for upr-itiiig the hao
witbonl the slightest injury to the .kiu. Im- awakened the eupnJity oi
a acut of vile Cwuuterfeiters, who are iisImiiiT ujem the public a spu
rii is aad deleterious irticla as the genuine pre|.aratiou. To protect
purchaser, agai ist th.-? en-r-. the proprietor n i- cast a -plendtd
square bottle, on the'ibiir shies of which are blown the following;?
- Hit. FELIXGOURAI D"S I'1 IUDRES SUBTILES. FOR UPROOT?
ING HAIR, NEW YOKE." enveli pad in u h iad-nme wrapper, wilt
lue Doctor's fae simile. The public may rest ii.--u.-ed that every IkiI
tie uot answering the ab-ive description is a worthless mutation and
?hould be rejected, and those wan attempt io deceive; and their mju
nous Mm position, shunned and de.pi.-ed. Tne?e powders have bed
long held in h:/h estimation, and are recommended by everv one whr
u.-e. tisem a- uniting entire "rncieni.v withperfect safety m eradican-.r
every description of .uperiluous hair, hoaever deep the buib may bv
To lie had ne where else 111 N'*w-York but at r~ Walker street, on>
iloor from Broad?ay. and at David >?-.n,j. i (;?.. Iirurri.t-, Tri East
Broadway, at *l per bottle, and where innamerable testimonial, eau
be shown, and ihe preparatioL t.-stsd, if re.pjired hy the purchaser.
PECTORAL HONEY OF 1,1 VERWOBT.-Ei
penenee has amply confirmed the utility of this prepartiou for
Couch-, C'olJs. Spittinr ol Biootl. and all affection of the Langs. Ac
The unparalleled ? access with which this justly celebrated medi?
cine -iss met. aas induced some ignorant pretenders to attem.it te
palm otF a enunterf-it article on the public : which, ia outward ap?
pearance v, much re-#mble<! the original ss ea-ily to deceive the un?
wary. To escape thi- mi-erable irsoo-ition, remember the GENUINE
l?eers th- signature ,,( the proprietor ans" inventor, JAMES D. NOW
ILL. in f?il. uu the outside wrapper. The Cuxnirrfnl is aimed J.
also, Joseph Nowiii, aad is made up and sold at the proprietor', form?
er store.comer Madi.no and Cathenn* st.,.
P-esoomber the genuine 15 NOT SOLD at the corner Madison and
Catherine sts. JAMES D. NOWILL,
Sole Propret .r. New.York.
The Geaatne may be had of Messrs. Oicsatt, McKetssoa tt. Co. 14f
Ma den lane, f.en?ral Agents for the L'mlad States.
Retail of Messrs. Aesosoe A Oliff. 6 P^iwery aad 6W Broadway
Rushtou A Aspiawali. William st, G. I). Cogeeshall. corner Pearl and
Rose, W. Wat*on. 36" Catherine st. J A I. Coddington, 227 Hudson
st. J. Wi*r, 24eS (iratid. C. Coujnacq, 39 Cnathain st. J. Milhan
Broadway. jTi tmo?
1-O.iiI'TK?I.I.EK'?? "AI. K
1 OTATE OF NEW-YORK, Comptroller'* Ollice -T a loBoe
?3 bat k;ng assoctaliurs. organized Uioler Ihr KCl ctitulecj M Aa act t
aatnon/e the bu?ines? o/ bar king." passed \.<r..' ;-. Igjsj an* ?
araen-iuig ihe fame, that is to say The l noc t aok of Basale
Bank of VTtsitn N?" York, Bank of America at Bt.:.?!o, j-a..^
Stales Bsakst Batf.io. Merchants' Exchauge Bank ?t Burt.lc., Catt*
ra?g?? Con ilj, I sk J '"ic. Bar?. M, chimes' Bask at banal?, Bin?
ham ton Baak". Lnr Count) Baak. B?uk of Lodi, iTioniv Bank
Batr-V Bank of Commerce .>t' Butfain. State? Island ,,
sevsraliy fiiieci to pay or redeem their circulating Bote*, ettkei n .
dc-asiM at their respective banking bouses, "rat the office of their -.
rpective ag-nts :n tuecitie- ofNew -York or Albany, a? rc,iuir..,: i,,
lue sei cnuilcd An act reutiug to tfce redemption of oank CC-te?,*
passed May i, 1340: notice !.- therefore hereby gi.c:.. th.t the >i- .
stock* h<-; i S-v t in Comptroller forsecu'iag tie circulating sotej f
the ?a'U ;>ank.- re*pectiveiy,or re? muck thereof a.- th* Cornptr .r
?ha!! think proper to teil, * i!I he *o!?l. at Iba March Ml' Em tuugr ia
? ?? eiti af New-York, an Mi n I ij the ninth day of August next, ?. \ >
o'cl*:a at n-'Oti: t.ir.t i. to aa]
For f't.ur Bank ?/ Buffalo,
t} certificate* St.ate of ArSanss.? e p-r .cut. ??;'St.OoO ?ach? $i". .v
4 eertitkaics Near-York ?"t?te canal ?t >ck. at 5 |>er cent. each.. 1 ,?.
Firr F'ie Counts Hank.
i% certificates Indiana interns! improvement, $I.P00 each at
.*? per ceul.$*,000
Stock? and Ural Estate.
I 3t" eertitisates. do. v.o. . 3T. oi
Far Jones Bank,
3'" certiScatea Michigan .to, k, 6 per rent, tVr ?l.O'O each... J.} . I 0
For Baal of Lodi.
3 certificate. Michigan i" ]?er cent. j!
Slock an I It al l. t?te ilCCOUBt
.*> certificates Illinois and M-\n-an eanak 0 i er cent. SOI 0
10 certificate* State Ol Arkansas, of ?1,000 c?rh. 6 per cent.. !? ) ?
3 certificate.? .Wsv York State ?lock, .'? per cenl.
,?? r cert
For Biug&uutten Bostk.
13 certificate? Indians internal improvement ?lock. of$l,000
| each, at IT par cent. $IJ
Stock and Kt al Estate Account.
1! certif? bus Indiana internal tmprt.neat stack, at $1,000
oj, 'a 5 p<e 4,0111.
F.<r Cetinrttugus C.unty Bank.
? certificate? New-York State steck, 3 per cent.
(ttoek lud Ke.al I--late Account.
t certificates New-York State stock,Sper cent. s.
? ,to do. do. per cent.? fj i
Tcertificates I liaois and Michigan c?ual stock,tfpei oeat... i i ?
^certificates Arkansas, 6 per ceni. *>."?>
ii do. Alabama, 6per cent. ti.'? 1
For tcini of WVsfms ?ir- IVrfc
!!?? cerufiente? Imliami .nti mal ui.provcuieul, of ?!,'?"?> each.
3 percent. 100,000
F.ir Metkanica' BamkoJ Bujfalo.
19 certificates Ark..... .? ti per ccat^ of $1,000 each...
1 certificate Iflinois bank and internal iEipro?cmenl. Ii per
$! ' -
SS certificate? Illinois ai ?! Mieh?j in cum1, f! per cent...
I! certificate? New-York State stock, .'? per cent.
Far oau.v of Commerce. Buffalo.
?3certificates Indiana5 percent, isf $1.000 taeb. $SS.O
i5 certificates Indiana, VV abash and Kmc canal. 5 per cent... 15,0??
certificates Illinois and Mic igan canal, ti per cent. 9,000
M certificates Illinois internal improvement. I".1 00
Far Untied State* Hank al Hurfalo.
30 certitle-te? Stale of Arkansas, of$l eai h ti per cent.. $30,000
I ccr.iticatc? I linui- internal improvi ntentktnck,3 percent.. 4,nsj
For M<r. hunts' Ejci '.a?x< Bunk at Bnful :
63 certificates Indiana internal improvement slock, of $1,000?
esch. 5 per cent. $tvSjD00
II certificates do. do. 5 per cent. .. 11,000
7. art r eute? Illinois mj Mjebignn canal stuck, Si.OOO each,
6 per vest. 7is<i
Wei rlilicates Alabama stock,ofSlJXWesch.5 percent. *iui?)
Fei i ??*n Bank of Buffalo.
II certificates lllinm. internal improvement stocks, $1,000
each, 0 per cent.$11,1)00
3certificate* New-York State slock,5percent . It ????.s
For Hank of Amtrini at Buffalo.
10 certificates Indiana, of $1,000 euch, per cent . $10,1 00
St ick mid Heal Estate Account.
Io sertlficates Indiana. nf$l,000 each, ."? percent. 10,000
I do. Nevs-York Slate stock, 3 percent. 17.000
I do. do. do per c ut. l,l>00
Per Stolen hland Hank.
15 certificate*, $1,000 r.idi, Indiana internal improvement,
5 per cent. $I5JJ00
Dated Albany, 27lh July, l-ll.
j>;il t.A'.l JOHN t. l Ol.l.lKK. < ? ?hi troller.
I OANM EOK SIAKItVINCi ON l'Uk VVUi.IV
Li WORKS.?The Commissioner* of the Canal Fund, give notic*
that they wiU receive subscription* for cenifieates of ttocn to be is
-ue?i lit them, pursuant lo Ihe "act to provide fund* fer earning ? n
the public work- no* iu progress," pasted May Is. l-ll, bj ?Ines a
loan of three millioni of dollars i? authorised, wlili h certificntes will
^ica r an interest of si v per ? nul per sun um, paynble qunrtei Iy, on the
first days of January. April, July nml October in ench \ear. sad ihe
principal redeemable ai or afur the 1st da* of July, ISoO.
Such rubel riplions max he ma lo at the banking bouse of the Mau
hattan Company in the city of New York, and at the N. w-York State
Bank in tha city of Albany, for any sum not leas th in five hundred
ollara, at par. ami on ihn amount subscribed beim; de|?osited, an
equal amount of such slock will he issncd la] the subscriber at tut) of?
fice of the Manhattan Company.
L. BRADISH, Lieut Governor.
JOHN A. COLLIER, Comptroller.
J. <:. SPENCER, Bcc'y of Mate,
i). L. HOLLEY, Surveyor General.
WILLIS HALL, Attorney-GeneraL
J IIAIGHT, Treasurer.
Commissioners of the Cesal Fand.
Alsa.st, July 23. Is II. jy tlT :iw
I sril.DKatN' UAltnW.tKF., at 90 Di?dsl?sn-iMtwet^-a
I * comp ate asi urtmi nl of slush Fullies, Bull Ifingas, Screws, Amer
can and English Knob Locks, Fine Plate, Dead, Cupboard, Draw,
Chest and Pad-Lwcks, Barrel, Round, Square Springs, Flush and
-h'<lt"r Bolts, Hook and Plate Hinge,, together with nearly every ar
.icle in the line, all of watch will be sold as low as at any plai n Iu Iks
Abo, Cut Nails by the eask, SI the losest market price for c??h.
n?7-tf JOSEPH VVKED,
No, H7 Dr.v-sTai.r.T.
lUls.en (irt, nirtrh ftrect mnd HrtiaJtetty.
T-T Celebrated for Its pure, sparkling us 1 brilliant
A I. ES, and the superiority of Iis KEFRKSHMX HI!)
generali). jy*?*9 if
IlSli EAGLE COOKING MTOVB.
I HIS nesiy invented Cooking Stove,
a I .i t.-d t.r the u-e ot' Coal or \\ ood, is Kr
superior to any Other uo* in u??. T'he oven,
> hieb i ? I irger ihao that of an) other 8ti ?
of the same size, ia protected in part by a
patent guard plate which prevent, it ITviu
becoming ton much bested, and s?rv. . also
to prote. t the tine from becoming filled ? Uh
s to the dr ift. It also has a patent damper
in for the purpose of conveying of) ihe vapor arising from cooking,
slid also the dast an ing from tint coal. The buck boilers, which in
other Stoves sie rendered almost useless by their rtmotenes* from
the blaze, are .<? .ttnaied a- to receive the same benefit from the lire
i? thus., hi front Another very important rccoiBlnendattoa u? the
Eagle Cooking st^i. ia that it requires le?. fuel than Bay other pat?
ent now in use. T he public an- rcipectfully invited to call and ex?
amine for ueatselresi ,t
THOMAS FRAZIER?, No 200 Water-street,
Where mny be found a variety of the most superior palterna of
Hall Parlor, aad otker Stoves. Jy3S4i
HENRY ?VAKRE1Y, Manufai turur <.t
M : N I K - Y A I I. N !' PI .72 I*?s Is..
Wnlla taitd Ciatcrua.?Th? attention i
public is respectfully called to tl"- immense nui.i
berof the: Pump* now in usc.muI to the testimo?
nial* of thousand* who have thoroughly proved
them. The working c}h,.,!er sun plunger, and all
th* sreering or opt raling purls of them are of i i?t
ir ii. 'The pip* is of cl jsr slutf?piue?turned off
to about four inches in dian eti r. titled for screw?
ing loe'tlier .it ? ich end. aad boiled in a ri?u."tis
Composition whh a to ie.e? it very durable. I?'' fee
from all the objections charged ugaiust leiel pipes
as being iiijunou, to health.
The advantages peculiar to them are cheapness,
durability, ease of operation, and security against
ir? slso light and portable, and easily put up or removed,
rsalcelsbrity which the?r rump* have oblaisasl wkeie
they are best known, togolber with much experience wnich the sub?
scriber ha* ii^d in the bupinass, inaaee nun confident of giving enure
satisfaction to every purchaser.
All orders fur Well or Cistern Pumpsshould give accurate measures
of the same from the top of tie platiorm to lue bottom, so that the
Ieug;h may be formed suitably at me shop.
Person*building aess i ist-rn- axd designing io place ihe?e Pumps
iu them, m ed not mcjr the expense of a curb above the platform, as
the Pump i? .ecure asain-l frost without it.
As a cautiou in regard to other kind- of Pump- in cirealatien which
have not mv label DpOS lli'.Tt.the pij e ami wooi!?n parts of which be
ing made of i/tAit?-wood, i.u some of them of rurumbrr-vewd, 1 de- ra
it proper to -ay that all ihe wooden pipe of mv manuf.etiire is se?
lected frmn tae best of StSSrt* pine, br.irt stuff free from sap, and be?
ing Uoiled aue well kBtUralad in a resinous coinpoMUou, Is warranted
in every re.pect a superior article.
'Thefollowing psnsans are agent* for tu? sale of my Pump?, and
have at ail tune, a supply ou h >nd :
Meura. Osbora i Liule, Hardware Dealers, 33 Faltoa straef. New
York ; Mr. J imea S. Gould, V>i South Market-street, A ban) ; Mr. If.
L Ward, .Seheueclarly, N. \.\ Kiisba F'W.e, trq., Coopervlown. Ot
segoCo.N. Y. h. WARREN.
Troy. Julv. IfML jyflO Sa "
oal or otk'
? i met i.i
sm ill ie elu sherman
XT Opposite tbr Ptsrlt?Will be happy t</ "rve their I Mtanafin
and the public iu all branches of their profession, with tne l/e-t skill
they have k-en able l? Require from the observations and eap' fienc*)
of others eminent in their line, and a kmg sad successful practice of
their own. They will use and -et -one but the very bvst srratcr,al and
Teeth, and insert them on every of the most improved plans?"Iwavs
most freely redaciag their prices as the times und cir*um?t?rees ???