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Next moraiug brought no .-uiisfactioti to the locksmith a
thought.-', nor next ('ay. nor the next, nur many others. Often
after night-fall he entered the street, aixl t?rm-*! hi? eyes to?
ward th" well-known house; arid a? sorely as he did so,
there was the solitary light, still gleaming through the cre?
vices of the window-shutter, whileall within was rnoowuess,
noiseless, cheerless, as a crave. CnwiUing to hazard .Mr.
Haredalc'a favor by disobcy-ing his ?trict injtnnrtion, he never
voiituicd to knock it the door or to makebis r?re?MJce known
in any way. But wlienever strong ir.terest and curiosity at
tractcH him to the spot?which was not seldom?the hght was
always there. ... - , , , ,
If he could ha ve known whntrmsscd within, the knowledge
wnnld have yielded mm no clue t.. this mysterious vigil. At
twilight, Ha et'nle shut himself up, arid at daybreak be
came forth. He never missed a night, always came and went
id and m ver varied bis proceeding.-, ia '.lie least degree.
Tbe rnannsrof his watch wn* this. At dusk, he entered
tier house in the same way as when the locksmith bor* liirti
company, kindled a light, wc-nt through the rooms, and nar?
rowly examined tin-rn. That done, be returned to thecbam
i.i-r on the ground-floor, and laying his sword and pistols on
the table, sut by it until mi?r:iing.
He usually had a book with him, ami often tried to read,
hut never lixeil his eyes or thoughts upon it lor live minute.
together; The ?ligliiest noise without doors caught his ear:
n step upon the pavement seemed to make his heart leap.
He was not without some refreshment during the long
lonely hours'; generally carrying in his pocket a sandwich "l
bread am! meat, and a small flask ?1 wine. The latter, di?
luted with large quantities of water, he drank in a heated, fe?
verish way, as though his throat were dried up: but he
icarcely ever broke hi? fast, bj -u much as a crumb of bread
If this voluntary sacrifice of sleep and comfort had its ori?
gin, as the locksmith on consideration was disposed to think,
in any superstitious expectation of tin* fulfilment of u dream
or vision connected with the event on which hi.- bad brooded
for ?> many years, and if ho waited for some ghostly visitm
who walked abroad when men lay sleeping in th?-ir !???<!<. he
? i.iiw. ?I ..ii trace of f6ar or watering. His stern feature, ex?
pressed tin- most inflexible resolution ; his brows were pn<-k
<>rcd, and Iiis li|>- compressed, with deep and settled pur
pose; atnl when he started at a noise aid listened, it was not
with the strut of fear but hope, und catching up Iiis sword n.
though the hour had come at last, he would clutch it in his
tight-clenched hand, nn?i listen, with spat kling eyes and eager
looks, until it died away.
These disappointments were numerous, for they ensued on
almost every sound, but his constancy was not unshaken.
Still, every nighl lie was at his post, the same storn, slccples
?sentinel, and still night passed and morning dawned, ami
he must watch again.
This went on for weeks; be had taken a bulging at Vaux
hall in which to pass the day and rest himself; and from thi
pluce, whon the tide ?'-i.e<l, he usually came to London
Bridge from Westminster by water, in order that he mighi
avoid the linsy streets.
One evening; shortly before twilight, he cam.- but accus?
tomed rmifl upon tin- river's bank, intending to pass ihrougl
Westminster Hull into Palnco Yard, and there take boat to
London Bridgeas usual. There was a: ist'v large concotirsi
of (seopla assembled round the lions, sof Parliament, lookini
at the .Members as they entered and departed, and giving ;
vent to rather noisy demonstrations of approval or dislike, oc j
cording to their known opinions. As ho made his wuv among j
the throng, he hoard once *r twice tj.,- No-Popcrv ciy, whicl
was iIiom becoming pretty familiar to tlie ears of most men :
i,nr holding it in very slight regard, ami observing thai tie
oilers were of the lowest grade, he neither thought nor cared
about it, but made his way along with perfect indifference.
There were many little knots und groups of persons in
Westminster Hall; some few looking upward at its tmlili
coiling, ami at the rnys of evening light, tinted by tbesettin*
sun. whicli stieumoil in aslant through its small w-ndows.
and growing dimmer by decrees, were quenched in the r;a
llioring gloom below; some, noisy pussongcis, mechanic!! go?
ing home from work, and otherwise, who hurried quickh
through, waking the echoes with tln-sr voices, und soon dark?
ening the small door in the distance. u< they passed into the
si n ot beyond-; some, in busy conference together on political
or private matter., pacing slowly up and down with eves thai
Koughl tlie ground, and seeming by theii attitudes, to listen
, ..n.esth fiom head lo foot. Here, a dozen squabbling ur
i bins made a very Babel in the uir; there, n solitary man,
half clerk, half mendicant, punted u[? and down with bungn
(Icieetion in his look ami g;ut: at bis elbow passed an er?
rand-lad, swinging his basket found and round, and with ki
-luill whistle riving the very umbers of tbe roof; while n
more observant school-boy, half-way through, pocketed his
ball, noil eyed die distant beadle us he came looming on. [i
was thai lime of evening when, if you -hut your eyes ami
-pen them agnin, the darkness of an hour appears to have
? uthered in u second. The smooth-worn pavement, ?ust\
with footsteps, still called upon the lofty walls to reiterate thi
shuffle and the tread of lect unceasingly, save when the cl >.i ig
|o some heavy door resounded through the building like a o!a:
of thunder, atnl drowned all other noises in its rolling sound.
Mr. Horedule, glancing only at such of these groups as he
pnssetl nearest to, and then in a manner betokening that hi
thoughts were else where, bad nearly traversed the I lull, wbei
two persons before him caught In? attention. One of these,
a gentleman in elegant attire, carried in his hand a cane,
which he twirled in a jaunty mttnner as he loitered on ; the
other, an obsequious, crouching, fawning figure, listened to
what he said?at times tin owing in an humble word htmsell
?and, with his shoulders shrugged up to his ears, rubbed
Ins hands submissively, or answered at intervals by nn inch
nation ofthu liead, half-way between a nod of ucquiesdence,
.-iiul n bow of most profound respect.
in the abstract there w as notliiug very remarkable in tin
pair, lor servility waiting on a handsome -mi of clothes atnl
., ,.;,|?.?mit tu .peak of gold and silver stieks, or Watlds of
,,ipu.(?common enough. But there wu. that about tin
well-dressed man, \cs. and ulnsiil the other likewise, which
-truck Mr. Haredale with no pleasant feeling. He hesitated, :
stopped) and w ould have stepped aside and turned out of hi- :
pain, but at the moment, the other two faced about quickly, |
und stumbled upon him before he could avoid them.
The gentleman with the cane lined his hat und had begun I
to tender an apology, which Mr. Haredale had begun us ?
llttSli!) te acknowledge and walk away, when he supped
short and cried, " Haredale! God bless me, this is; Crange
?? It is." he returned impatiently; "yes?a?"
"Mi dear friend," cried the other, detaining him, " why
.neb great speed.' One minute, Haredale, fin the sake of
?' 1 ?in in haste," he said. ?* Neither of us ha. sought
this meeting. Let it be a brief one. Good night !"
?? Fie,fie!" replied Sir John (for it was he,) "how very
churlish! \W were speaking of you. Your name was on
my lips?perhaps you heard me mention it ! No ' 1 am
sorry for that. I am really soiry.?You know our friend
here, Haredale 1 This is really a most remarkable meeting!"
The friend, plainly very ill at ease, had made bold to press
.Sir John's arm, and to give him other significant hints thai
Ii*- was desirous of avoiding this introduction. As it did no)
-nit Sir John's purpose, however, ilmt it should lie evaded,
he appeared quite unconscious of these silent remonstrances,
und inclined his head towards him a> he spoke, to call atten?
tion to him more particularly.
The friend, therefore, hud nothing for it. but t? muster up
the pleasantcst smile he could, und to make a conciliatory
bow, us Mr. Haredale turned his eyes upon him. Seeing
that he was recognised, he put out ins ban,! in an awkward
:ind embarrassed manner, which was not mended by its con?
" Mr. Gashford !" said Haredale. coldly. '? It is as I have
heard, then. You have left the dntkness for the light, sir.
and liate those w hose opinions you formerly held, with all
the bitterness of a renegade. Y on an- an honor, sir, to am
cause. 1 wish the one you espouse at present much joy ?t
the acquisition it has made.'
Tho secretary nbbcd his liujids and l>o\< ed, as though he
would disarm his adversary by bumbling himself before him.
Sir John Chester again exclaimed, with an air of great
gaiety, " Now, really, this is a most remarkable meeting'"
und look a pinch of snuff with his usual sc^f-possession.
" Mr. Haredale." said Gashford. stealthily raising his eyes,
and letting them drop again when they met the others
steady gnre, "is too conscientious, too honorable, toe manly.
1 am sure, to attach unworthy motives to an honest change
of opinion-, even though it implies a doubt of those he hold
himself. Mr. Han-dale is too just, ti>o generous, too clear
?ighted in his moral vision, to?"
" Yes, sir?" he rejoined with a sarcastic smile, finding
ilmt the secretary stopped. u You wen- saying**?
Gashford meekly shrugged his shoulders, and looking on
the ground again, wus silent.
?? No, but let us really," interposed Sir John at this junc
iure, " let u> .cully: for, a BlVWCBt, wHlcmplaic Uic Y?n- rv- (
' rrurkaMe character of dri? ineettng. Haredale. my d.-ar
friend, r.ardon ni? if I think you ar- not sufficiently im?
pressed with it? singularity. Her?? we ?and. by no previous ?
appointment or arrangement, three old schoolfellow*, in '
We.tmii.-ter Hall: three old board'-r* in a remarkably dull ?
' and ibadv seminary nt Saint Omar's, where von. bein?
Catholics and of necessity educated out of England, were ',
brought up; and where I. being a promising young Protes?
tant <it that tim", was sent to learn the French tongue from
I a native of Paris !"
I "Add to the singularity, Sir John." said Mr. Haredale, ;
?' tlmt some of yon Protestants of promise are at this mo- j
: meut leagued in yonder building, to prevent our having the
surpassing nt,d unheard-of privilege of teaching our children
to read and writ-?here?in this land, where thousands of
us ente- your service every vear. run! to preserve the free?
dom of w hich, we die in bloody battles abroad, in heaps ;
and that others of you, to the number of some thousand* as
[ learn, are led on to look on all men of my creed a* wolves
and beasts of prey, by this man Gashford. Add to it, lee
sides, the hare fact that this man lives in society, walks the
-tr'-et- in broad day?i was about la say, holds up his head. 1
hut that he doc* net?and it will be strange, and very strange, ;
I grant you."
?'Oh.' you are hard upon our friend.'' replied Sir John, j
with an engaging ?miie. " Vou are really very bard upon ,
" Let him g-? on, Sir John," said Gashford, fumbling with
his gloves. " Let hitr. ?;j. I can make allowances, Sir
John. I oni honored w ith your good opinion, and I can dis?
pense with Mr. Haredale'.. Mr. Haredale i- a offerer
I from the- penal laws, nn-i I can't expect his favor."
" i*ou have *o much of my favor, sir," retorted Mr. Hare?
dale, with n bitter glance a: the third parry in their conver?
sation, " that I am glad to.vou in such good company.?
Von are the essence of your great Association in yourselves.''
".Now. there vou mistake." said Sir John, in his most be?
nignant way. ??'I iier?which is i most remarkable circum
I stance f.,r it man of vour punctuality and exactness, my dear
Harcdah?you lull into an error. I don't belong to the
body; I have an immense respect for its members, but I
j don't belotit; to it; although 1 am, it is certainly true, the
conscientious opponent of your being relieved. I feel it my
1 duty to be so; it is a most unfortunate necessity; and cost
me a rno-t bitter struegle.?Will you try this box I If yen
do n't object to it trilling it.fusion of a very chaste scent,
you'll find its flavor exquisite."
" 1 n-k your pardon, Sir. John," said Mr. Haredale, decli?
ning the proffer with a morion of hi* hand, " for having
ranked you among the humble instruments who are obvious
j arid i,i nil men's sight. I should have done more justice to
vour genius. Mvn of your capacity plot in secrecy und safe?
ly, and leave exposed posts to the duller writs."
?? Don't npologisc, for tin* world," replied Sir John sweet?
ly, "old friends like you und 1 mav be allowed -orne free?
doms, orthc dem e is in it."
Gashford, who hud been very restless all tins time, but had
tiot once looked up, now turned to Sir John, und ventured to
mutter something to the effect that he must go, or my Lord
would pet Imps be witi ting. "Don't distress yourself, good
sir, ' said Mr. Haredale, " I'il take mv leave, and put you
ii your ea >?" which ho ums abtun to do without further
ceremony, when be was stayed by a i>u/..-. and murmur at the
upper end of tiie hull, und, looking in that direction, saw
Lord George Gordon coining on, with a crowd of people
There was a lurking look of triumph, though very differ?
ently expressed, in the faces of his two companions, which
made it a natural impulse on Mr. Haredale's purt not to civ,
way before this lender, but to stand there while he passed,
lie drew himself tip to hi- foil bight, and, clasping his hands
behind him, looked on with u proud mid scornful aspect,
while lou d George slowly ndvonced (for the pres.- was great
about him) toward the spot where they were standing,
I le hud left the House of Commons bin that moment, and
bad come straight down into the Hall, bringing with him, u
his custom was, intelligence of what had been said thai
night in reference to the Papists, and what petitions had
seen ; resented in their favor, and who had supported them,
and when the bill was to lie brought in, nnd when ii would be
idvisable to present their own Great Protestant petition ?
Ml this he to!.I the person* about him iu a loud voice, and
with great abundance of ungniuly gesture. Those who were
nearest him made comments to each other, and vented
threats and murmuring.*; those who were outside the crowd
cried "Silence," and "Stand back," *sr closed in upon the
rest, endeavoring to make n forcible exchange of places:
and so they came driving on in a very disorderly ami irregu?
lar wny, as it i- the manner of a crowd to do.
When they were very near to where the Secretary, Sir
John, nod Mr. Haredale stood. Lord George turned round
and, making (l few remarks of a sufficiently violent und inco?
herent kind, concluded with the usual sentiment, and called
f*>r three cheers to hack it While these worein the net of
oeing given with great energy, he extricated himself from
the press, and stepped up to Gtiskford's side. Both be and
Sir.lohn being well knewn lo the populace, they fell back a
little, mill left the four standing together.
' Mr. Haredale, Lord George," said Sir John Chester,
-eeing that the nobleman regarded him with an inquisitive
look. "A Catholic gentleman unfortunately?most unhap?
pily a Catholic?hut an esteemed acquaintance of mine, and
one of Mr. Gashford's. My deai Haredale, this is Lord
" 1 should have known that, hml I been ignorant of his
lordsllip's person," said Ml Haredale. " I hope there i- but
one gentleman in England who, addressing an ignorant and
excited thront;, would speak of tt largo body of his fellow
subjects in such injurious language as I heard this moment.
For shame, my lord, for shame!"
?? 1 cannot lalk to you, sir," replied Lord George in a loud
voice, ami waving his band in u disturbed and agitated man?
ner; "we have nothing in common."
'* We have much in common?many thing?all thai the
Almighty gave us," said Mr.Haredale; "and common char?
ity, my lord, not to soy common sense und common decency,
should teach you to refrain from these proceedings If eveiy
one ut tlsese men had arms in their hands at this moment,
a- they have in their heads, 1 would not leave this place
without ivliinjj you that you disgrace your station."
" I do if t heat you. sir," he replied in the same manner ns
before; " 1 don't hear you. It is indifferent tome what vou
say. Don't retort, Gashford," for the .secretary bad made a
show ot wishing to do so ; " 1 can hohl no communion with
worshipers oi idols."
As he said this, he glanced at Sir John, who lifted his
hands and eye-brows, as if deploring the intemperate con?
duct of Mr. Haredale, and smiled in admiration of the crowd
utul of their lender.
" //c retort 1" cried Haredale. " Look you here, my Lord.
Do vou know this mail 7"
Lord lie.,ige replied by laying his lmn,l u;>o.i the shoulder
of his cringing secretary, ami viewing htm with a smile of
?? This man." said Mr. Haredale, eyeing him from top to
toe, " who in his boyhood w as a thief, and has been from that
lime to this, a servile, false, and truckling Laave; this man,
who ha- crawled ami crept through life, wounding the hands
he licked, and biting those he fawned upon: this sycophant,
who never knew what honor, truth. <>r courage meant; who
robbed hi* benefactssr's daughter of her virtue, utnl married
her to break her heart, and di.l it, with stripe* and cruelty ;
this creature, who ha* whined n! kitchen windows for the j
broken bread, and begged for half-pence at our chapel doors;
this apostle of the faith, whose tender conscience cannot
bear the altars where his vicious life was publicly denounced
?Do vou know this man, my Lord .'"
?? Oh. really?you are very, very hard upon our friend.'"
exclaimed Sir John.
" Let Mr. Haredale go on," said Gasbibrd, upon whose
wholesome face the perspiration had broken out during this
?peech, in blotches of wet; "I don't mind him. Sir John :
it's quite as indifferent to me what he says, as it is to my
Lord; if he reviled my Lord, as you haw heard. Sn John,
how can J hope to escape f"
" Is it not enough, my Lord." Mr. Haredale continued,
" that I, as good a gentleman a> you, must hold my property
such us it is, by a tt ick at which the state connives because of
tlie-e iiard laws ; unit that we may not teach our youth in
schools the common principles of ngfit and wrong : but must
we be denotmced and ridden by such men as this ! Here is
a man to head your No-Popery cry . my Lord. For shame.
' For shame!"
The infatuated nobleman had glanced more thun once at
Sir J.itin Chester, as if t? inquire whether there was anv truth
:n these statements concerning Gashford. and Sir John hml
as often plainly answered by a shru? or look. " Oh d.-nr nie '
no." He now said, in the same loud key, and in tiie same
! strange "innrer as before:
?? I nave nothing to say, sir. in reply, and no desire to heat
! any thing more. I beg you won't obtrude your conversation,
or these personal attacks, upon me any further. I -hail not
be deterred from doing my duty te my country and my coun?
trymen, by a.'iy such attempts, whether they proceed from
i enibwie* of fie Pope oi not, * iwure > out Cv?e, ^ tovjoL"
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jv 1~ Im Socceasor to Gardner A. Picker.
Tn P? KT/iM NOT2 V E.-Jio 1 i?011'? P i I! s - r ?
a Public of America ar- infurroed,tlist the Rriti-n CoBegi ... Health,
London, b,iv* dismissed .Mr. Tayl .r. of 94. R.-u*d?;.>, New-York, a
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pM PO KT ANT TO PAKKNTSe-DR. A ATKINSON
I -Jli*. Greenwich-street, respectfully recommends bis DILUENT
ALTERATIVE PURIFIER to the head, of families who are in their
o?n persons alnicti d with an impure ?tut* of the tluid>. Remember
that the stream ran be no better lh in the fountain ; or. in other words,
the children ar e generally afflicted eritth the di.ease. of the parents;?
hence the trsascendant importance of our advice being acted upon by
all *ho erenow or who are about to enter iuto the marriage ..i.,te that
1 utier hereditary or acquired diseases. 1111
l^ I'.tl.ti li i: E> KINK?We would remind our reader, of the
1-5 healthy and delightful summer beverage prepared by Messrs.
Sands, No. 79 and lisi Fulton-st, It is by fur ru| erior to all oibur
drink-, possessing, as it does, valuable medicinal properties, in addi?
tion 10 those wh.th make it ?0 acr-eaide. It i- a perfect substitute
for stimulating drinks ami the friends of temperance will And it just
the thing fur renovating the 1 uysiml frame, and Infusing renewed
health and viror. Fron the New-York Planet, June 30.
TEMPERANCE DRINK?The most delectable .11 I healthy sum?
mer dunk that can be obtained is Sand's Snr-nparilia Mead, which
every one can prepare fur themselves from the .Sirup 111 a class of
cold or iced water. Its flavor is delightful. Sold by druggist* and
grocers generally. FroniN. Y. Tattler.
Prepared and sold at whole lie and retail, sad for exportation, by
A. K. JC l>. Sand., druggists, 7!? ami IwoKultoa Stand 77 K?st Hroaii
wav: sold sl-o by Gassner A Young, Ids Cksthsm *u Price 50 cents.
F kKl I.!. ?ND MEVItllNBISj of every description i.nd
i " of the best qiiulity may be had ut All Hour, on epplication to
N. ("LARK. 510 Bowery.
IT.* A Physician of long experience '?L? praclines in the neighbor?
hood,) "sill be in attendance to ^ive advice, A.c. lit the hour, oft? A.M.
and 7 P. M. j v.'l :im
nR. TlSO.m. PlairiftaaBIOII'SJ INDIAN BOTANIC
PLAISTER.?At this moment there are thousand* "four fellow
citizen* suflering from Sore Leg*, King*' Evil, Sure Nipple... pains in
the back, breast, .ide.. Rheumatism, Scald Head, and >?lt Rheum?
10 all -m il I would say use tin- valuable and ue>er failing remedy ami
Sold at367 Greenwicb-sL, 141 Fulioa-sL, 4SS aad cl7 Broadway,
937 BIcecker-sL, 193Spring-sL, 369 Bowery; W. Thompson, Wil
liamsburgh, and Mrs. Have,, Brooklyn. jylA Im'
j > El IiL'"*I.%'ris*.*I.?Re ? ler, if y?? sre troubled with rbuu
iY. matii pains, a sprain, swelling iulhe joints or limbs, -ore throat,
or mumps, yon may be cured i-r the trifling sum of "si eeata, by Dr.
Jaine. McDonald's Herculian Eihbrocalion. So confident is the Doe
lor of tl.flic icy of his medicine, that if after a fair trial it (ail* to
iure, the m.v ? ill be returned. Cor -ale at the Drii"-Srii-e of t?r.
WAITE, No. 259 Canal-street, Price 50 cent* per bottle, Numerous
certificates of cure from some of our nio-i respectable citizen..
N. I!.?A liberal discount made to those who purchase t.i sell again.
KIN?;'M PATENT I'll.I.lit A N O VIjAW HE
\<>I.V1N<; OFF1CS CXIAIBM.?A mostcomforu
able and convenient article?when .-ented in oae of these I'u-ir-. with
slouch of the toe you have the entire commum! of the apartment,
? ilheul the uece.-ity of any change of po ilion of the ihu upsiit or the
chair, tlierel -. preventing iniirh iinonvenienee and insuring 1 rreat
mnouui of comfort. Price ?-.im. jln. 0 ami Sli"'1 each, all ? omplete
with ca-hu u-. castors, jkc Wo*o these cnair* caoool get out ?f
Alwaysoa hand, a variety of other chairs made expressly for ease
and comfort,?mid last, mit least, the celebrate,1 Premium Rocking
Chairs with mlf adjusting seat... The.* Chairs ?re self-rockers, in
which s parson may .it sod n.'k withoot asy enertioo. To resb/a
the superiority of these chair*, VOU are respectfully invited to come
aad make atrial of them. M. ?V. KING. Patentee,
jylri lm 174 Broadway.
rpo IDfPORTlNti HOI ?K* VNI> WESTERN
I AND SOUTHERN MERCHANTS.?Ten thousand er??. ?1
Fancy Soaps, eompri me E iu de t oluene Soap. Almond Soap, Mille
fleurSoap,allnoa in the market; besides Windsor and other a?
sorted Soap., can be purchased at half the uoial prices, for cs-h, at
>!e..r- WRIGII r a- 1 "u'S.. 7 ? Ciutdxam-sireet, ?h.< are lole Agents
for the French Medicated S.-t? in America, which Soap 1- allowed by
all the Physicians ia Paris to Is.* of the nm.t extraordinary <h.
eoveries in medical science ever known in the world for all outward
1 impbints, a* Erysipelus. Pimple-, Siurvy, Kre. 1.>.,|t R.m.
Ar . for which AgenU are ?auled throughout the L1110.1 for the -ale
of it. _jy2l lm
/ 'RINNEI, I.. MI.YTI B.Y A; < O. 7- Sostu -t. have
VI for sal?
lislcise- English Sheath 1 nc Copper, from 14 to HM oz.
i?*?1 bags p-ime ureeu Rio CorTee.
4(Ssi bags '.Manilla Surar.
500 ba!.-, Manilla Hemp.
50 ceruons Ipecacuaniia.
!'? ca.-!i. Arr?L?-"")'? bars crude E I Salti-tre.
90 cask- ..mbre .Ms-Ider-.
50 case- Manilla Indigo.
30u l*n. wella**orted English Iron.
??l tons do do Swedes do
?.Vi Trv Pots. It*) and ISO gallons.
3Cs) coil. R?s-ia Roll Rope, assorted sizes
..?' packs Ru-?ia Sail Cloth, ^sorted.
51 bales do brown and bleached Sheetius?.
*2l) bales do Crash.
?? bales Kloretta Paper, entitled to debenture.
50 bales Buenos Ayres W00L
luu rolls do "27 Ind. Crash
?5 baskets do dressed Hu:!!*
- bales New Soutli Wales Lamb's Wool.
1 bale fine German do do
300 hexes Sperm Candles, assorted sues
1000 railoL. Tall Oil bleached and unbleached,
eases white Ponrees.
10 case* black Levantine* Hdkfs._sol
REMOVAX.?Albany Pale and Amber Ale Also, Foreign
Wiae- and Liquors, ss'impi-rted. The sabKrib^r has Removed
his place of business from 5s CourJaai tu No. 1! Jam*--.treet,? here
the above article* may be had eiual, if noi iuperv>r. to aay olferej 12
,:k city. ANDREW KIRK.
New-York, Jury 15,184L _jyl? lra"
( 'RlK KK'a YV.14BON?Hu S; ike, , : Plans
vJfsaleatPell-*t N. R Ju^t tiuisa-d. * beautiful wajfou for
Grocers'Arc "itii 3 spring.; wallet * arrautsda first rate srticls.
?I ?imnriaMiraiiaiimw min mi.mmiiw. iiiiiu i mm
RING-TVORTf. TETTER SCAtiD HEAD, Bar- 1
ber's Itch, Eczema. Blouhed Face, Pimples, Itch, or Scabies,
Psoriasis, PsJnari* and other diseases ofthe >kin. are ?a'elv. certainty
and up?dilionsly c-.-cd bv die u.e of SANDS' CELEHEI I"Ei>
REMEDY FOR'SxI.T RHEUM, vh.h has bow been thorough!)
lotted ia n-iag SIX THOUSAND diuereot case* withool saving
foiled in nay, wheradin clioo* have been attended to. E?ciy person
air! n ted with either of '.he above diseases, i. invited Jo Bake immedi?
ate u?e of tte of this saleable remedy, ?-?1 get cured without delay.
, The care iu ail .a*-s is warranted. We >?:oct the following ex
: tracts from certificates ss evidence of it- aopderfeJ tfficacr.
! 3irs.Marja.-et Clark, of New-York, has jn?t been cawed of a se
1 vere and lose standing case of Salt Rheum, la her cert.-ticate site
'? saj ??? I tried various popular medicines, so a *- uud-r the ear I i :
two eminent physicians, bat ;ny comptaint baJBed their sk3C AXtei
, noticing tu- extraordinary cure of Mr-. Chapman. X* 79 Chatham >t
I - i. : . M t. nurcn.-e some ?:" the r- ai-,ly. Immediately on ap
. plyinrii I beran to recover, and a.u now *:-.tir-ty well," The case
of Elizabeth Spear of Beliiura??:. Mass. a la.iv of ~'J years of ace.
I i- truly an intoreslii ? c-. . box ard a bottle of the Compound
Extract of Sarsaparilia removed the di-ra,e and made a perfect cure,
aiier having been afflicted more than twenty years. .Mr*. Abnira
i liani-uer. of Norwich, Ct, was perfectly cured after the disease nut
-vi-t .; for twenty-live v-ar-:n its worst form. Edwin Porter, mer
| chant, of Fall River, Mass.; Joseph Clare. No. '-!'t? W.i*h;ng;-ii-st.
: N. Y.: John Parker, farater. *f Staien l-latid. ?nd nuineroii* oilier*
have all t>ecn perfectlv cared bv tht- :uo-t wonderful medicine.
rWared .ad - <U at wholes*!*, and retail bv A. B. * 1?.SANDS. 79
and 100 FuItoa-*U and 77 East Broadway, "N. Y. J-nld ?U by H.
I Bawls i Co. Atbaov ; E Trivett, roughWeepsir; J. M. Patten. >ew.
Haven; E. \V. Bell, Hartford: J. A. Wndsworih, Providessc* : i
Wut. Brown. 451 Washington-si, Bo,toii; I). David Jayue. No. Jo
S-.nth Third-st, PbUsdeluaad by Jru;;i-ts generally iu the priu
cipal i?v?u. in the United State*. Price SI.
N. B?Merchants supplied on the :ao-t liberal term*. j>T7 1 m
Vr. i (OKA I. IlO>E\ t. S VK Ii W 'OBT.
TV<iR Coughs,Colds. Asthma. V\ br--ipir.it Cough, Shone.--, ofBreati
1 and bH Artec: i-. - ol Heart and Langs, leading to CONSUMP
J li >N. Reader, re! ni-, e tried aia.iv medicines for your cold. Uavt
you had* bottle of NOWTWVS PECTORAL HONEY OF LIVER
WORT! Try it It i* assuredly ibe best medicine ever raftered to thi
public. Theteslimonmls tendered and the high entogiants given the
[set winter from those who have u'*e:i it. att.--t at once its supertoi
virtu". I; i-from li:r- can*c that we arc induced to make it as popu
Ur a* possible, though u has increasingly received the public appro
bition unovuting to about fifty thousand bottles ?er annum. ? No piif
or advertisementhra dene this to hoax on ih-? sufferer a water) col
trod -olauou. and LnrhaCtvcioua medicine, thereby hastemnga?iseas>e ti
it* faul termination?the puff alona wwininr the hopes ?f ihe ps
tieut. until hopes ere gone.
The preparation of the Honey of Liverwort i* solely coinpo-ed o
ragetabie ingredients simple it ti.-ir nature, b*t in combioation
only calculated to remove the immadinm disease, bm to invigorate th<
rytati ru gem rally. No medicine ever ottered to tha public tain be <ai.
to i, tve restored '.-> '??: adth ..? great a number of persons m. cousuinn
live complaints as NswilPs Pectoral Honey of Liverwort. It shod
kept ?i ?11 fiuniliea, to ?. Iminuter upon the rir-t symptom ?f cold ?
e.iuih. as iaattOHtton and neglect are the na .v of numbers k*si.i
.beir live*, especially :u consumptivwenses.
This medicine, offered to the public at the low price of Two Sbll
lings, i* accessible t* alL For sale wholesale and find sttheprinci
pafDepst. li-i Madison, cor. i' t.hcri.ic-*!; II. V. Iluab, '">! Bar. lav
J. IL llobbard, Bowery; W. II Milnor. \9i Broadway; Dr. Jams* II.
Hurt. 2W Broadway, corner of Chamber-al, D, C. Mitchell, SO Chorea
at, N'ew-Havet; and retailed by one in every principal city m ihr
I>R. A sill KB ATKi^Ml>'S
BOWKL COMPLAINT SYRUP,
\REMEDY for Bowel Complaiut, Summer Complaint ia < hi!
dree, Diarrhtca, Dysentery, or Bloody Kins. Looeenniu of tin
Ik weht, Cbolorn Morbus, Tene*mus, Consiimpti m of ihe Intostiaes
Sic?|tr. A. has ihe pl< asing satisfaction to inform ihn public, t!i?i In
has used hi* Bowel Complaiut Syrup in bis private practice aearl)
ten years; during that lime he has hnd extensive opportunities ti
n iine - its happy influence iu between five hundred and -nie thousand
cases, and it gives hnu great pleasure to -tut*, that he Iis? nevei
Itr.nvvn It to tail where the directions hare b<-.-ii fel'v a llu red lit. s(
j cepl in foeor ofroti.iiiiiiitioii ot the Lungs that have lerminatei
I in 1>i trriiaa. even tr:r-n it lia< jiveii e-.. uiisl .-. lief, and rendered tin
j !?st momenu of the sufTerer comparatively comfortable-; such Iseissg
[ the fact, lie would rcspeetfully eali the ntti ntion of Physician* par
lit ularly, and the Public generally, lo this highly important remedy.
Dr. A. is fully persuaded in his own mind that if bis Bowel Com
pi out Syrup should be nsed in every ia*tnoce where *ocli a Mediciui
is required, that it would l^s-.-a the lufautile Pill of Mortality ai
least two thirds, and he has no doubt w hen Physicians and Parent
become acquainted with lbs eflecls oflbii pleasant remedy Unit the)
will be of the same opinion. For sab- by tie- Prop.tor. at his Bo?
tanic Laboratory No. sl? flreenwich-strnet, New-York, where inav
br had a great variety of ? ru le, prepared, and compound .Me l; nines,
wholesale and retail. Dealer., will be allowed a liberal dhtt lunl
Terms?<lash. _jy 17 Im
r_B. t.ti?itts?': Nliu^ ts.MKibT^i pili.s ?v
1 ' 11E ILTII, Antibilious and Digestive foi the cure of Indigestiou
Flntulcnce, I.if Appetite, Dyspepsia, Weakness of Stomach in
I din i'ijt constant Nausea sad V.ing, Nnrvous Sick Headache, the
rs.-ult of morbid biliou.tretion, aflectiona of the Liver and n* al?
ien.laut symptoms, Sallow Skin. J tundice, Dimness'of in- Bye, Pan
in the Right Side, Habitual Costiveness, Oflen*ive Breath, Ac Ac
The action of thess Pills on the system i* entirely independent m
I'urs.:;i:.?the largest d?se lo bn taken ut oue tiara is eight pill-, tliej
seldom purge . mild in t*i--ir uctior. luv. -?> lunch so as to Im-often till
pen, iv-d. ihe\- effect the needed change in lhe8ecretorie?, removing
,11 morbid action uud thereby restoring Health. Price 1 ahiUing pei
Each box upon th>- cover ha- a fac-similie of Dr. Cea. Newcombe's
lignatnre ; and i* also signed by John E. Kent, who is the Doctor's
Entered according to Act of Congress, in ihu Clerk's Orfice of lie
Southern District of New-York.
For sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the Family Medicine Store, 6l>
Marion-si, two doors below Prince, second block east of Broadwa)
and Syme*. eor. Bowery and Walker; Hurrel, cor. of Bowery and
Dover; McCloskey, cor. of Brooms and Thompson. jy'4 Im.
C EI. E BRA T EI) A NT l-DANDRI F F.
[VTOONE should be without a bottle of Pbaloo's Anti-Danilriff? it \>
is without exception the b,?t remedy ever vet employed formier
jy eradicating with one wash, the dandriiT comjiletely from the head
The proprietor of thi* celebrated Wash, unlike some individuals
wiil nut guarantee that it will turn grsjf '. sir hbo-a or make bald
beads hairy, but I ?? will givo $100 to that person w ho will any that c
is not the irticle he recommeuds it to I?-, vie a thorough cleaner ol
the surf*.ind HAIR of the head. It* 11110111:,.* are pei uliar. h noi
only clonuses and purifies the IIa r. but leaves a glossy and -ilk/ ap
pearauce unlike ail ol'acr rcni*di?*s of tile rort ever y?-l offered lo the
Public. It leave-, after its application, Ihe moatexhilerating ami cool
ing sens.it.and it* 1 ff.-ci for LADIES -.in' CHILDREN'S .heads is
uurivuded. Gentlemen will find thi* Compound a great preventive
lo Baldness, for b) keeping i.i- root- of the Hair and pores of ihe head
perfectly ir.-.- from dnndrin, it promotes and strengthens the growth
I of the Hair. All person* travailing South, or living in u wurm cli
mate, should never be without 11 a* it. qualities for u Southern climan
I arc altogether unequalled. Thoee who may l?- sceptical a* to the
! <iua! ties of my invaluable vVa-ii I here mute to purchase one bottle,
I nud if not found to '.sactly as I warratt 11 to be, I will return diein
tiie cash if u- ..' according to direi lion.
Prn e .V) and 7." c-nts per bottle, or ceiitleinen cm have it applied i
[ for 33 cents and to be purchased of any baiberin New-York. Ob?
serve, none i. geuuiae unless signed by me iu ink.
E. I 111 l.i IN, ?-*! I Broadway, New-York.
MaiiMfactnred solely by the proprietor, at his Hair Dressing snd I
Wig Manufactory, 311 Broadway. mtM Urn
k\K. V. GOUBAID'I Ell Dal BXAt/TE
if tracted from the most beautiful Exotica 01* the mildest nature
warranted perfei tly umoceut jci efli aeious is u thorough cleanser01
ibe-km. Itaradicate* Freckles, Pimples, Spots, Redne**, mal al
Cutaneous Ernptious from whatever caane originating; and Iran*.
form* inln rub mi brilli uicy the mo-i sallow coiuple.\ion. P.v pei??.
v*riii?i in the u-c of tha Eitu d ? Beanie, n gradually produces n clem
mal soft skin, smooth -Ls velv-t. actually realizing s. delicate white
He ':, hand and arm. and a health) and juvenile bloom mil in a short
lime be infalltbl) elicited, while its cou*taut application will tend 10 !
promote the fn c exercise of those important functions of the skin, 01
the Utmost importance |or tie-fir.rvaii,.ii of a iietnitifiil complexion
In riding, drit mr. promeusding, enjoying 1 quatic excursions, pic nu
narti"-. ate. i il affords immadiate relief 111 eases of tan; suaburu.
ai d smarting irritability of the 'km. occasioned bv the solar b< ?L?
Genthamen; after shaving au : trai eling in the -un and dust, ^dl find
it nllay the irritating and smarting pain, and render the skiu smooth j
: and pleasant. Price ;! p-r l^.ttle.
11!. erve thai 'Kan de eaute fabrique par Dr. Felixflouraud,New
York.' ,- bkrwn 0:1 Iii? four ,.!,-. of Hie bottle.
DR. FELIX GOURAI i. s r*i PERIOR VEGETABLE ROU?E ii
COMposod maleriaili from Iis. .er* and -onpb-s, an article wnsen, from
its per fee I assiiailaltou ?? itb the .km. und n- correctuees and persua.
nenc) of tint, cive* ;?, tiie couutsnance n blcoiii iinpo-sible, un tie
closest in*pe*:tion,'lo deteet from nature, and is warranted free from
say miseral tubetancs, and immovable by persptration or rubhia]
with a hnndken hii :' Pi ice 1 em- p.-r bottle
To l,e had no wh r- in Nsw-York but at i!7 \\ alker-.treet, onr I
door from Broadway, and at David inni* Jl Co., Druggists, 76 Easl
Bros i*j_v. jy'j Sui
BArfE \ .M> DETECTABLE 3 'I i'O r'.i i'lo.i.- -
The unprecedented popularity and universal demand for l)R
FELIX G0URAU1VS POUDRES BUBL1LES for uprooting the ban
wilhoat 1I1? slightest injur) lo the skin, has awakened the cupidity o
a nest of v d< C?u:iterf> Her-, w in, are palium? upon the pulilic 3 spu?
rious and deleterious articlu as the genuine preparation. To protect
purchasers against lb.de< eivers, the proprietor has ca-t a splestdie1
square bottle, on the four sides of which ?.-?? blown the following:?
? DR. FEUXGOI RAIDS POUDRES SUBTILES, FOR UPROOT
ING HaIR. NEW YORK," enveloped bin handsome wrapper, with
the Dootor's foe -mule. Tue public may re.t tv--urs,| that e?ery ls>t
tie uot answering the above dess-riptiou u a worth lese imitation and
should he rej. cted, and tiio-e who attempt 10 deceivo, and th.-ir inju
rioii, conpoettios, shunned aud despised. The-e powder., have bees
toag held in lush cwtun-uion, aad are recommended by every one win
.them a- uniting entire efficiency with perfect safely in eradicating
every d.:.-cripUou ?1*superfluous hior, however deep the buib may b)
To be had oc where eise in New-York but at 67 Walker street, out
door from Broadway, and at Hit id Sands 4 Co., Druggists, 7ti East
Brossdway. at 81 per bottle, and where innumerable testimonials can
l-r shown, and the preparation teswd. if required by lbs purchaser.
PBINTIIYG INK?The rabsxriber, -;io i- * practical Prin?
ter, having for more than tweuty yesa-s been estgaged 111 the man?
ufacture .>f Printing Ink, daring which un>e it ha. beta used taten
-.lely in many of the largest pnL?ns' e?tahli?hmeats in the United
.Stite-. and give:, jeneral sattsfoi tion. II- respectfully solicit* a <-><utin
uaaceot the patronage of l.:? typographical Ur-thrrn. Havtn; la^?ly
burlt a new and enlarged inanafs'tory. on Front-street, between
Mositgosttery aa-1 Governs :r-.treet-, E ist Rh er. he it -uahled to sup?
ply these who may favor him with their custom, with a* jtsni Ink a*
can be procured in the I'uited States, of unchangeable color, and osi
raauwmaUc lera,-. The Ink i* well calculated to work on tue compo?
sition roller, ami all descrfptions of presses no?r muse.
Order* iiirvcle.1 10 the subscriber'- re.idrure, IK Green-street,Of
left at the manufactorr, will be punctually attended lo.
New-York. July tsl. HI. jv-Jj Joi; GEO. MATHER.
j^K. VA> KA.TIBERT'M FE5IALE RENOVA
1/ TING PILLS ft a Germany, a certain reatedy for suppreasioc
irregularity, -nd all eases ?here nature has^ stopped from auy c.uae
?h itever <..:.! I-.-7 Rowerv. y.?, lra
PBIE KAIL BOA D A (T'EPTA N C E ??Wanted Vi
1?" rates- H. CiKAl i Co, f) WsJJ it.
( O.nPTBOI.i.ER ? SALE OF %T' Tu
OTATF. OF NEW-YORKj Comptroller-., nf?.-e. -The f g . .
^ baakmr i>i<viari?-,s or.ti.nied ur.d?rtho KCl eulitW ?? An sei t
authorize thebe.ineofearki.se." passe?! April IS. l-"t- sn.- m,'^t
imcn-iiug ihr s?m ?, tbsi i? to mjt! The I aioa t'ank of li-jS.u
fcUnk orYVc-iern >'?-* Y..rk. Baals of Ann..? al BsitfkJo, ?entd
rate* flu k-t itutfjo Morcitau" Ex bange Baalt Bad fr
ranga* Oonty Haas* J..rc<* Bau!;. M-chanto?* Baak st RufVo, Bu,,.
hiattoa F~nt *.Kr*?County Baak, Baak of Lodi, I'r..>r..\ Bank at
I HarT-l?.. Baak Ol' CcunSaerCS of Buffalo, Statea Island K.ir.k, karia*
severally failed "o pay or redeem their rirculstic? xotes, ?ith-r upoa
demand al ibeir respective banking houses, or st the cdftce of tK.eir lr.
speeuve Lern'., in UM ritl? ? of Men -York or Albsuy, a. re.pj,r,,i hy
the act eutit>-i "An act relating to the redemption of bank Bote?,'
passed May J, l-l". notice Is therefore hereby sue.-,, that in* su-.
stock* held by the Comptroller (br seen t lag the circolatiag aotet at
ibe .aid banks reypwetwelv, or ?n auch thereof a.? the Ccenptretttr
shall think proper to ?eil. ?ill be ?>ld. at the Merchants' Exchange 13
the city of .V-w-York. on Monday the ninth day of August u-xt, u \>
o'clock ai noon : that i. t? say :
S'.r ."*.. k. r BttnJt of Buffalo.
f. certificates State of Artraasas S |v>r cent, of jl.ot'o each? ?i'sU'o
?I certiacaleaNeyT-Yul-kStaie canal -ixk, at j per cent. each.. lj,j?y
For Erf (?<nh-fjr Root.
si ck Accoiutt
itjcertificate. Indiana internal improvemenr, $!.'*.'t> each at
S:?-k- and Real F-tate.
"W certificates. d?. to. .
For James Bank.
36 ?? rt.heute.. Michigan str-ck, ti per cent., for $1,000 each...
for Pank of l.Oill.
3 certificate* Mit In.' in B per cent.
Slock a.id R-al Estate Account.
S certificates Illinois and Michigan canal, ti per ce*t .
10 certificates State ... Ai kausas, of <i nai each, H j-'i cent..
i certificates Near-York State >ukU, j per cant.
1 do. do. do. 5] per c ut.
Fa- Hi Egkffmtmi Hank.
Sun k A, count
i:i certificates liulisna internal improt -meut slock, ol' ji.'?-?
each, at f> per cent.
Sum ? ami Ural Estate AcconnL
11 certificate? Indiana iatern 0 iniproreroent -i ask, -t $1,000
each, .*? per cent.
Far QaJta\raagn? County Btmk.
m.k k Account.
?J certificates New-York Si ite -;..k. ."> per ,-ent.
Stock ami Real I state Account.
t certificate. New-York State ?lock, e per c. at. i.,i.,i
? do do. do. .'>] jirr ceut. f.HSI
T certificates I liuois and Michigan canal >tiH-k. d pet cent... ":..?'??
*i certincates Arkansas. t> per ceni. 5,000
ilo. Alabama, op,-.- cent.. O.iav
for Haiti of iresttm Ifen: lltrfc
liai certificate? Indiana intern il bnprovemeat, ol $IJJO0 cacti,
For M rS.-.vi.?' Haitkvi ilujaio.
19 certificates Arkansas ii ;<?.r, cat., ol Sl.tr 0 ? a. b
1 certificato Illinois bank and internal improvemeat, 6 per
Im n o
?? certificates tlliuoi. and Michigan cuual, ti per ceut.
II certificates New-York St.u.- im '.. ."i percent.
For Bonk of Comment, Bnfelo.
?? certificatei Indiana .'> pet c.-ni.. of $1 IW0 each.
i5eerlificatcs Indiana, \\ ibaah and Erie cnuak ? per cent
II certificates Illinois and Miel igau canal, fi per cent.
tu certificates Illinois internal improvement. .
Far I uilni Statf* Hook at Bujfolo.
90 < ertnicic? Sistc at Arkansas, of $1.000 e.n b, ii per caul..
I certificates I liuois internal iinpros ? meut sti ck, i per Ci :-i .
j-'ur ilfercAnat*1 Exchange Han!, at Hafalo.
61.rtifieates Indiana nit. mal improvement -tin k, of s/l,i??i
each. .'? per cent.
II certificates do. do. 5 per cent.
7certificate* Illinois and Michignn canal stock, $1,000 each,
ii jv.r rest.
|o certificates Alabama stock, of $1,000 each. ?"> per cent.
For Union Ban'* of Buffalo.
11 certificates Illinois internal improvement stocks, $1,000
?certificatesIVosr-York Slat.- stock. ? percent.
For Hark ?f America at linff.,:,,.
10certificates Indiana, of$1,000each, S percent .
Stock ami Iteal Estate Account.
lr"> Certificate? Indiana, Ol ".l.'stl eai Ii, ."> per CCOI.
I do. Neu-York State stock, ."> per cent.
I do. do. do 5| per cent..
f'.r >/*(?? island Hank.
$1,000 each, Indiana internal improvement,
'. Ol 0
5 percent. Syi.i.iss)
Hated Albany, 27th July, 1841.
j>:il t.tti * JullN A. i OLLI ER, Comptroller.
j OA.VI sV'OIC 4 AKttiaN<.- ON I HK 1*4 1*1.If
I a WORKS.?The Commissioners of the Canal Fund, give notice
that they will receive subscriptions for cenifWates of stoca lo be is?
sued by them, pursuant to the "set o> pro?ids' funds for carrying on
? ie public work- me* iu ; r i?re..." pa-ed May Is. IS 11, by uhnli a
nun of three million* ol dollars is authorised, which certincales will
I'.ti an interest of she per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, on the
first days of January, April. July and October in each veur. and ilm
pnu. ipui reoei uable al or alter the lsl .lav of July, I?60.
-uch subscription* may be made at the bnuking bouse of the Msa
battaa Company in the city of New York, and at ihe N% i? -York St?t*
itenkiu the city of Albany, for any sum not less than lit' hundred
ollar-. Hi par, and on the smount subscribed beuuf deposited, an
"lual amount of such stock *ill be issued to the subscriber at the of?
fice of the Manhatlaii Company .
L. IIR IDISIt, Lieut. Rovernor.
JOHN A. COLLIER, Comptroller.
j. C. SPENCER, See'y of elate.
11. L. IIOLLEY, Surveyor Ceaersi
WILLIS HALL, Attorney-General
J IIAIGHT, Treasurer
I'oiami.sioiier. of the Cusal Fund.
Alb.isv, July if, 1841. jy ?-'7 'lw
QVIITDEBS' niKDWARE. ai 06Divisien-eu. -\
it coup oie aasorOnt oi of Sash P til lies, H?tt Hinges, Screws, A user
. in and English Knob Lachs, Knie Plnte, Dead, Cupbssard, l*r?w,
Chest and Pad-Locks, Hurrel, Round, Square Springs, Flush and
?Shutter Holt-. Hook and Plato Hinge-, together wild nearly every *r
tiele in the lino, all iff A loch will be sold as low a. at any place iu lliet
Al-o, 1'nt Nails by toe casa, at the lowct ainrk'-l pro-, im c*,h.
inlT-tf JOSEPH Whlil).
*<4 OTT sa U.tZAAlC,
No. ;87 Dev-sraEBT,
Betmeen Grecnuick-ttreet ami Broadway.
*s?" .\ XT Celobraied for it* pur?, sparkling as I brilliant
AI Ks. sod the sapetiority of iu REFRESHMENTS
'I iis. t..\i;:.i: I'OOKIKG MTOVE.
'I Ills, newly invented Cooking Stove,
?d if ted 10 ihe use Of t'oal or \\ nod. is Cut
Sup. m r to any other boo m Use. The oieu,
which is larger than thai of auy other Stove
ol the same ihte, is proles ted <n pan by ?
patent guard-plate which prevents it fross
becomiug too much heated, and serves also
to protect Ho- line from becoming filled fith
-ouj or other obstractiousia Ihe draft, Italnobaa u patent damper
n for the purpose of convey big off the vapor arising from cooking,
md also the dost arhing from ihe coaL The Isack boilers, which in
itber Stove* are rendered almost useless by their rentotnnese front
he Ida/a-, are -?? sitaated as to receive the same benefit from ihe ins
is iboaolnfVonL Another >. ry importaul reeeminendatioa to the
Esgie Cooking Stove i? that it reqnires less fuel than any oile r pst>
'?nt now in ass. Tue public are r. rpei ifully invited lo call and e<
ai:.in': for themselves, it
THOMAS l l'.A/.IKR'S. No.906 Water -tre.t,
Where may be found a variety ofthentoet superior psuemsof
Hall, Parlor, and '.i*?r Stoves. l> ."? !m
II ElVRTh' VVABKEIV, M.
MINE - PA1 i.m a"t .rri's* i?r
a)Vells> ais?t Cinlerisis.- itieniion of the
public is r-.pei Ifully ealle.] lo ilir iiiiiaenne iiuiii
b.-r of tbs.e pumas r.'iw in use,and t" the test!mo?
ils of thousands who have thoroughly proved
ein. The erorking .?vb/...er ,ni plnnaer, and all
the wearing i.- operating pan- ol -iien; it' ol i ast
iron. The pi; e ?? of clear stiar -pine?turned .or
to sbo.it four im lies in dian efor, lined for screw?
ing together nt esch end, ami boded in a rosinons
enmpomioa which makes u very durable, and fies
from all th* objection* charged against lead pipes
a* being hrjurioas lo health.
The advantages peculiar te 'jem are cheapness,
durability, ease of operstioo, ami security ni'inn-i
frost: they ara slab lurlil ami portable, and e tsilt put up or removed.
The universal celsbrity whu li these Pump? hnve ohtaiaed wh-n
thev am be-t known, together with much experience ?inrii the nib
seriie-r ka- had in the business, maa.-s nun confident of riving endrS
uisfoi don t" ev.-ry pun baser.
All orders tor Well ..r Cii tern Pumps should ru e accurate messures
of the same from the top of the platform to the bottom, *o tint iU
length may be formed suitably at the shop.
Parsons building new cii o ras acd designing to pi ice tkr-e pumps
i them, used uot incur the expense of a curb a', o-.e the platform, as
the Pump Is secun ngsJast fro-t Without n.
As a csniioa in regard to other kinds of Pump- in rirculatien whica
have not my labsl npoa them, (In- pip. sn.l wooden parts of which be?
ing made, of mkiU-KOod, aid -ome of them of cncwmker msesf, I deera
it proper to -ay that nil the tvoo-4. n pjpa 0f (11>. manufacture i* so
lected from the be-t of l Aite piae. Sean stuff, feee from top, nail be?
lli? boiled and wi ll saturated iu a resinous composition, I? warranted
in 'very rr?p*el a superior article.
The follow iug p?r-on* are arents for the sole ol my Pumps, and
have at all times a supply on head :
Mesars. Osbora 4- Little, Hardware Dealers, 33 Ptilicai-street N>
York ; Mr. J uaes S. Gould, 366 South Market-strai t. Albsay . Mr. II.
I- Ward. Stmesvectady, N. Y.; Etisba Foote, Esq. t.'ooper?town.'R
seao Co. N. X. II. WARREN.
Troy, July. 1841. j.v20 2sv*
$m IL LIE & S H E WA N
t?3 otiAMBERiP ST :
XT Oppoaitc Ihe Fnrli-W.ll l,e happy in -cue th- if I
and the public m all branches of th.-ir prof. -.ion. suh the bet skill
thev have k. eo able la acquire from the observations and experience
of others eminent iu their line, and a long sr. J successful pi., Ii s M
Iheir own. Thev will -a? and -et .lone but th? ier> but material mJ
Teetb. sud insert them on every of the most improved plans?,i?s>s
mo*l it -ely redscuijt their prices a* tlic uma* ami cjrcumstsnaei asay