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n-ota Captain Marryntl's 'Poor Jack.'
"iNo, my leanryou must not f.?h wiiBoot per
mi--.o:i. and ttint i niwr r?:vo in harter. Jf I
ca'cb yon fit)I ii - atr-iin, you p?*t two dozen at the
?run ; recollect that. You Ve got your duty to do.
and no bave I z ?'? tnioe."
Juck rxraid not give up the habit, 10 he used to
nab at night, aitd all ni?bt long, out of the fore
chairs : but li happened that the ship'-, corpora!
' aught Jack in the middle watch, and reports him
to the f.r-t lieutenant.
"5*?you've b-.cn fishing araia, sir," say* Old
" No sir," replied J irk ; " not fi-hinj?only lay
?' Ob ! that 'a it! " replied the first lieutenant:
"only !a>:n* night lira***! i'r?y, what's toe dif?
ference .' ".
" i';ense, sir." said Jack, touching his hat, " the
cUffeteiicc i??that it'? not the some.
" Well, sir, 1 see but one difference, and I 'II
meet it accordingly. You've got your duty toper
form, and I \e trot mir.e.
By boys! bead and ears having been pulled about
n.-.d cxamicad by the master-at-arms, they were ,|,..
<r:i--.(d; and Jack thought that he itud gut off": but
he ?ras mistaken.
Atter the hammocks had been piped down, ar.d
it irjs dark, the boys were ordered tip by the mas
ter-a; aims; Jack was seized to the gun and bad
his:two dozen. "-There, -.ir.'" said Old Duty, as
they cast tit** ?--tjting oft': " it fishing at rrighl is not
fishing, punishment at night ii not punishment.?
Now we 'ie quit*. You've got jour duty to do and
I 've l?ot mine."
1 don't think that Jack perceived any more dif
G i ace between the two dozen at night tim? thati
the first lieutenant did between day and night fi-h
g ; however, Jack did not fish for some lime af
' rward. l'ut ii so happened that the first lieuten?
ant was n-ktd on ?hor<; to dine with the port ttdtct
tbI; and, although be seldom left the ship, lie could
? ot refuse ?seh a compliment, and so he went. A*
soon as it was dark, Juck thought Iiis absence too
good an opportunity n t to have a fish, so In
r_>e? into the mizzen chains, and drop- his line.?
Well, he fished (but I do 'nt Enow whether In
caught any) till the boat was bailed, in which the
ti:-t lieutenant was coming on board, and Jack
thought it then time to i. ml ;:i his line; bat just at
that moment there was a jerk; and Jack, who
knew there via* a h-liu; the bail,could no? fir tie- life
?vf him ouU up hi* line?i.,r yoti see he was ?: fish?
erman,' heart and soul?ro Jack trusted, in Provi?
dence, and the iir<<. lieutenant'-> going dowu as soon
as he came ou deck.
N iw you see the ship ??u- lying at the lime cross
the tide, ihe wind blowing against the current, the
starboard side (being to leeward as to the wind,
but to windward as to the tide) had been clenred
away, and manned for the '?int, and Jack made
sure that the ftr-t lieutenant would pull to that
s:d", but he an* mistaken, VVhetber it was that
the tit-i lieutenant wished to have a look n-und the
ship, or not, [do not know; but he pulled acres*
the bows, und went round the stern, passing the
larboard side As be passed, Jack shrunk under
the !eo of the dead-eyes and lanyards, hoping
rtiittht net be seen : but the liest lieutenant, having
thv clear horizon on the oilier side, perceived the
line, which Juck had half hauled up, und, having
a:i eye lu'.e a rn;, makes out Juck also.
" I see you, sir?I see you, Mr. Jarvis, Qshine
aguin, sir. V'ory well," cued the first lieutenant,
from 'lie -iter:, sheets <?f the beat, ns be passed by.
"You've got vour duty to do and 1 've jot mine.''
'? That * as 2o*?l a- two dozen to-morrow morning
tit muster," tb iughi Juck, who em sed . is luck, and
in a very melancholy m ind began t huul up his
lim-, which, n* so-iti u? he hud been dm ivered, he
hnd let go down tii the bottom again. fC-sw it so
happened, that as Old Duty went up the other side.
h:> foot slipped ; and how it was 1 citn'l tell, foi
thoy said he wasn't the least groggy, !>u' down In?
tel!, between the boat's gunnel and the ship's side,
jnsl liku a deep sea lead, und disappeared. There
boing so few bauds on deck, there was not much el
u bust'<?there was a dive or two f>r bim with the
boat-hook, but ail in vain.?Old Duly v\^s cone.
In the meantime, Juck on the other vide wt?
slowly hauling up hi* line: but he had not it balf
way ii,'. when he felt a heavy strain, and thought
that n large conger eel had followed the bait up.
?s they do Mini" time.-, and he hauled with all h:
might At In -1 who should he bring to the surface
of the water but Old Duty w ho had been sucked
under the ship's bottom by the tide, and had .n
hooked by Jack us he was pulling up. When .luck
saw it was the first lieutenant, ns ho told me, hi
irsl I'i. ;? to let bim drawn again.; but Lhtu was
Only for :i moment. The words ol the first lieuten?
ant still ran:- in his eats?" You've got your dutj
to do ami l've itot miuc,"?and Jack did his duty.
He ball?os out tint he had cuughi Old Duty, und
the bn.it shifted around and took him on board.
The old fedow was quite senseless : l>::t ns he bad
been hut a short time in the water, he was put to
bed and resuscitated by the surgeon. The next
morning he wu* all as if nothing bad happened,
walking the deck with ids right hand in his breast
and his spy-glass under his oim us usual.
Weil, we nil told Jack he was safe this time, hut
Jack thought otherwise. He shook hi.* head, and
i.oe. you'll leant who was right.
When the hoy* were nil mustered next morning,
toeing ;i line and holding out their paws, the first
lieutenant turns round and says:
" .1 ai vis, you were fishing last night against my
'? Ves sir." said Juni?: and 1 catched a first lieu?
tenant," for Jack lind u good deal of fun in him.
?* Ves. sir,"and queer fishes they are sometimes,'
reviled Old Duty; "hut yon forget that you have
ulso catched two dozen, fou *vc got your diity i"
do. ami I 'so not mine."
Well, us you may suppose, there were many ol
ns looking nbaft ju*t to see what would take p ace,
and were not u little astonished nt the idi a of bi:
rewarding Jack wi;h two ,! rzen fot saving his life:
however..of course, we were mum; Jack uns tied
up; and the tir-t lieutenant whispered a word into
thtj eurof the m'astcr-at-nrtns, who again whispered
tu Williams, the boatswain's mate, nn i the effect of
that whist rr was. that the cat was laid on solighdy
that Je.ck hardly f It ,t?so lightU, indeed, that ti e
first lieutenant wnikeil away alt. that he might not
appeal to lie a party in the concern ; and Juck was
ea-t it? without having a u ar in either eye, when
t Ikl Duty went up to him.
??\ihi fished last night ti'ainst my order*, nnd
therefore! yoti have received vour punishment. Vou
saved my life ias uighl,atHl thcrefbrcit i- mydutj
to reward you. 1 cub! n ?t let ton off this punish?
ment, as it would be mtikir:;; tho King pay for me,
instead of nuving you myself. 1 'm not a rich man,
1 ut here's ten guineas for your puce, and here's
my gold watch. Spend the-first usefully, und keep
the other; and observe, Jack Jarvis, if ever you are
again caught fishine in harbor, you ?iil assurcdh
Set two dozen for x.mr pains. Yo<t 'vt cc yuur
duty to do and J cc go/ vt;.u
B?stXKss \su PkoDccts or ti;k UppzrLake
Cor:-Tav.?A gentleman who has f>r a great num..
l^t iit - i at -.? ? alargely engaged in the forward?
ing bu-'iness "ii the canal and hikes, hnd occas
a sthirt ii:ne since 10 g.? to Chicago. 0 ? ibe stea n
boat he fell in wilii a Chicago man, who appeared
bvno means in ilfncd to disparage the business and
prospecis uf his town. Among taher in-. ..*, he
i-.! d.ihat betssoen trie dose of wtvigation ibis sea?
son and it- opening next spring, n-. Ic?s than three
hundred thousand busliela^of,^wheat would bare
oeiyi a an*' stoied at Ctiicago nlonc. Tni> seemed
^o i.iciviffde tt.at it iva- ittvtveti with a strong ex
priss* jo of disbelief and the coavcrsation at last
e*idcd in the making a U-t of i >0i>. that the Ch.
ca;.i man*: statement would not prove true. Oa
arriving at that port, our torwurding iVietid men?
tioned the matter to hi> agents an 1 rorrespoodents
there, whoa-isu:cd bim ibai according to tiieirt>ejt
intt>rmation, the utn <r.nt ol wheat in >t'<re at C'ii
cag? next spting, would not tall siiort of f>itr ht:a
ciiu.1 tb -usaiid tiasliel*. aim t!ie upshot of the mut?
ter was. he backed straight out of h;? bet.
We ieaiu that wheat is brought into Chicago
from u dis.ats.-e of 1?U mil. *, nnd the procession of
teatns as liiev come tn, to an Eastern man, is a very
novel and interesting sight, fhe wheat Unearned
in l'tr?e wugjn.s, called 1 prairie schootiors.' Each |
~zaca~A~jjLM^.A?vj~m*?s*\' v i m ? ?m^*^71rl^^B^^ *?e ' "*"*"
rnravif??for, from the various sections of euuuuy,
they sr ? in numbers *u::i..ient!y large ts t>e entitled
to that appellation?ho* its raptnin. Tbej^eanrp
out rights, and each man ram? tW for lumseli
and team, so that a fortnight's jomey is made at
or no expense, ?aviMhaiof rime. Anajriving
at the suburb* of the town, the rjiptntn ??.*?* on
with a sample of bis gram. A bargain is made for
the whole brimgbt by the caravan: and the n?xt
dav with the money in his pocket*, or in eoods for
I his family, each countryman is wending his way
At Michigan City and other principal town* on
Luke Michigan, the same scene is daily exhibited.
An immense amount of sorpins produce i- aireadv
accumulated at ports on that lake, but not a bu.-hel*.
comparatively, ?iil reach the Eastern market this
season. The price of flour there v.-i!l he ruicd by
the >upply furnished by the Eastern States and Ohio.
Arc t.ot the Easternpearml*>directTv interested :n so
improving- the harbors of Lake Michigan, that the
products of the upper Jake country shall nnt. as
now, l>e necessarfli ke-it back from market ?
[ BurTalo Commercial, Sept. 1 i.
Sheridan, ?.t Sir. Jakes: Mackintosh.?Sher?
idan was abandoned to h:* own guidance, an.l left
to the resources of his talents at the roost danger?
ous period of youth. At the samt age with C?n
grevc, he composed comedies of similar, and one
of almost equal merit. Like his gieat mailer, he
neglected incident and character, and sought only
brilliancy of dialogue. What lie sought.he attained,
ever, to excess; ami his wit was fertile enough
to betray iiim into the splendid fault of rer.derii-g
ins dia."t;i:.- more dazzling arid poignant than suited
his own pcrsi nages. or. indeed any human conver?
sation. Like Congrevc, too. his wit seldom ap?
peared to be struck out at the moment; it was
. elaborately polished, and equally finished: it de?
manded somewhat of the same effort of attention
with serious eloquence, and disposed the reader or
hrnrer rather to admire i!nn to*mile. He wrote
some verses of jjreat beautv, though the rent-mi
structure betrays too obvious marks of art and imi?
Hm i":r-t aripearar.ee in the House of Commons
was unpromising ; he did not possess even the rin
ency and agreeable manner which belong t<> so ma
?iy v.-ry common inen. He conquered these ditli
cuities by an industry and discretion not discovera?
ble in tin- mure important parts of his life. He
corrected his defect*, and furtnei1 a talent o> fre?
quent, short, and unpretending 6peeclres an ordin?
ary business, till hi* attack on the proposed pian of
fortification, in 17?'i, placed him at the head of the
second IM-- f parliamentary speakers. Hissj.ch
against Hastings in the following year, raised him
:o a ran!:, beyond which he never ascended ; which
v<r the moment, and Ly the majority, was consid?
ered as not inferior to that of any living orator.?
I'iie most deliberate criticism must allow bis elo?
quence to be distinguished by strong sense and hrii
iiuut wit: by a vigor of argument not too ingenious
for business, nor too subtle for conviction; by a
;re.it command >>f pure English *nr:?. and by a
vivil power of imagination in those passages which
aimed at grandeur and pathos, though they must be
owned to he too artificial and ostentatious to pro?
duce the highest effect, -nod to hear proved by a se?
vere taste. His most celebrated spocche's required
prepHruiiun, un.I betrayed it. Hi? education was
?o early interrupted, and his subsequent life s > ir
lesuhtr, that be hud little knowledge froi?. books;
but his knowledge uf nie? was admirable, and hi*
.i.-i_:!.* m:o character keen. No rn.m form d u
mor.- just estimate of the result of public measures:
he dissuaded hi* party from all the measures which
proved unfortunate to them In private and in puh
iic life, he hnd generally the good sense to judge
aright concerning conduct, though very seldom the
prudence to net according to his right judgement.
He was a new- example ot the natural union be?
tween good sense and wit. which seems nothing
else than the connection between a quick percep?
tion of the ridiculous, and a strong disposition tu
ivoid it. Neither the long adversity of his party,
nor the slights winch he sometimes experienced
Tom th -iii. nor the temptations of poverty, ever
-hunk his adherence to ins public principles and
nitnchmeuts. But the union of ti fine genius with
leligluful talents, an excellent understanding, a
generous temper, and an incorruptible character,
was insufficient to support him Bgninstthe depress?
ing power of dissipation, too long continued, and
irregularity uf every kind almost reduced to system.
A Yankee Governor.?A l ite number of the
London Courier contains the following extract of
i letter from nn English gentleman traveling in
America. It is u fuir compliment t > the independ?
ence of Vermont, nnd ihe exemplary hulii:* ot" the
Cl ivernor. What a contrast must such a state of
thing*., boih nmong rulers' and people, have ex?
hibited to this Englishman's mind, when he re?
membered how laig" a proportion of the people
oi England are Uoggurs, and their rulers too lordly
" I am traveling in Verhionl for pleasure nnd in?
formation. I have journeyed live hundred miles in
my own carriage by easy stages, and have not seen
a single person in my progress t<> whom 1 should
have d nvd to oiler alms .' As 1 was detained an
hour or two a few days since, 1 suw a sturdy-looking
farmer pass the inn, driving a one-horse cart loaded
with wool, on which be was seated. He drove to
n store, shouldered his bales of wool, one after
another, and placed them in a merchant's shop.
Who do you think he was.' Palmer, the present
Governor of Vermont.' "
Scientific Discoveries.?We observe, in the
rcceiit intelligence, two very interesting tacts in re?
lation to the exploration of the earth.
The first is froth the Liverpool Times. ?hin<: an
arc mm of an expedition up the Euphrates. This
expedition wus fitted out about eighteen months
siuce, but iu object was unknown. The steamers
were fitted out by the East India Company, and
proceeded to navigate up ihe Euphrates. They
proceeded up thai stream no less than eleven hun?
dred miles?a thing never before accomplished, and
!;kt ly to lead to important results.
The te xi fad i- a statement of the British L'x
;>lo:i;:j Expedition in the South Seas. They claim
to I ave gone four decrees nearer the South Pole
than either the American or French squadrons.
They went to latitude 7-1- South, und were iherc
snipped !>y icebergs. I he longitude was then 174
We*t: and they claim to have discovered the South?
ern Magnetic Pole, at 100 miles from that point.
The fact is autbenticaliy tutted, and must be ol
gn at mietest to those putsuinr; ceographic.il inqui- .
r:-s. [Cincinnati Chron.
pttERNOUG*U>S PATJBNT l.A.HP A
VI" l'n'? 't ll'AL OIL.?Tae subscribers bale t een np
poiuted . > me proprietor sole ac> nu for ihe sale of Gree
? go's Patoot Lamps and Chemical Oil, and fcaic tasen
sicre No. Ill Broadway, wucrc tiiey hare no-v oa band
a c inplele *-?ortme.:t ot" Lamps, for stores, shops,
cbuiches, tactori. ?, hotels. Acte, eocsisiini of parlor,
astral, rtu?v. Liverpool, mantel, side and brauch lamps
Ac .Xc This article has oeea ri^eu iu many of oar pria
cipaJ boil hi aud ra ?*t respectable fruni!|et, for upward., oi
two yearssvilh entire **:i>:actioc. not a smi.'e m-tance
having occurred daring that period, when in purcna
>?. .-. i. e*l thsatseUea of ihe ae^uis' gvaraatee. Any our
s^ disposed Eaa be tatisned liiata single burner will emit
me:'- light, at i.u rxpaase of one ceat per hoar, than three
. .-> '.e.ruT*. consuming spertn oil at an a?eraite ex ?
pease of lb reo cents each. Auoib r. and no; tne least ad
rat i ige :r.uu its mm, is tue simplicity of its const tui tion
and rleaaliaeas of the cbeniical od Ii i" ?arrasae? to be a
lir belter and cheaper artiri.til h^at than any o:h-r now il
u?e. Every Isap arillbe ararraatod, if aot perfectly ta.ua
laclury. caa l>: reiurn-sd. Those aboul purchasinr} lamps
* . - . it for their advanlagc lo call at IIK store ef tne
FCbii ribara, wh-ro the .lurrreat kinds may be seea in op
?- SoWoalyby FEaRSON A WH1TMORE,
No. Ill Uroa'i^ray.
? '?? A c-n*tuct -uindv oi"c.)ilal->a>-s on hand, aui.- lrr
/ \ILsl.-U?? AND MACHINE OILS.
\J ISOi Gallons Winter and Spring bliiacb'd Sperm Oil
lf03 * ?periorpure ? f0-Machiuery
1W> " tlca;h"d Wiuler Eleohant Oil.
- ? I '' " aid unb:-s-h"d Spring aad Win
trr Whale OB, :r h1:1* Urse.-, aad b?rr-l.?, fur sal' jy
EDWARD DOYLE, ?I W?;er street.
Ajv-^t for the I'mouOil Refinery.
R-fining by aa improved method will be dene fer -.he
lrr.<ie. _ _J_?13 tf
l ji;'5v:.Es?: cu'RiA's :
I to- n-lioru'* A-s-rted F.cxlts in Gallon*.Halve* blC
Uaarla, :u the u*ua] pacAagss, C.t--up-, Sa'tces. Ac at
??u24:f Oil Filton?t- near Front.
? VA*B?i i?KIN^EsJ^Txd.^^uTi^
t ed aui for sale cheap by
ea*r 0. H. LEU 51 Cedar-a. |
BOOKS, STATIONARY AND PAPER HANGtSGS
C To t'oaniry Dealer??The ? ;:.scnber? keep
constantly on hand a: ih-j;r Store, No. 1SS Pearl ;t- near
Wall it. a complete a?*ortrsent of School. Classical
aid XtKEUAXCOVS Beets of the latest and most ap?
proved edition?, which they offer npen the most reasons
'jle tertr.? for CASH or City Acceptance* ; also
BLANK BOOK* and STATIONERY of every variety,
to which :h?* invite the attention of ller . vt-mag
the City to make their Fall purchases.
A CO 'T.'NT BOOKS raled to any pattern, and made to
order, of the heat mafrisl* and in sap-nor -tvle.
V FRENCH and AMERICAN PAPER HANGINGS
BORDERS, Ac. of the Intttt pattern* and r-JT
eoLoas, ?jited to the Country Trade, forsiie it Mexnfac
T-~ Merchants and Dealers from the Country are request
ed to call and examine their stock of g< od-.
N. B. Schools, Colleges and Libraries (applied upon the
most liberal terms. BAKER. (TRANE A Co
Wholesale Book-eller? and Stationers, and
Dea'ers in Paper Hanjinr-. No. 1.7- Pearls?,
(?ten of me " Ledger,", .New.York, .near Wail sf_)
ZT To t ity "Merchants.?City Wholesale Mer
chant* will find it vastly to tneir iwterc-t lo i::?r: an ad?
vertisements the - SENECA COUNTY COURIER,' pub?
lished at Seneca Falls. N. Y-, inasmach a- the Cr?:re-r has
a very extensive circulation. ar,d that. t'o. amonr ba.ir.r
rnen. Adverti-rm-nLs win be inserted conspicuously, and
extremely reasonable. Adire^i " Editor-of ibe Courier.
Seneca Fall?, N. Y." _r9 Gt
TJ' Pri rate Oonrdin^.?Genilei ur per?
manent Board and Rooms in a local ion convenient to the
business part of Uie City, will be accommodated at No. 7
Duaue -tr<-cu just out of Broad, wiy. where t,ai few board?
ers are takea md ?very exertion tam? to reader their
ho me pleasant and comfortable. Tue dome l- er.tirely
ins, and newly furnished throughout. Terms, tuoderatc
Refercneos ?xebsnred. tf
O" >'i w.Ynrk mid Brie Hnilromi Mnlr
Stock.? Notice is hereby riven that the New-York sad
Erie Railroad Company will sell at Public Auction;.,: tne
Merchants' Each-nee in the City ofNew-Tork. ??(! Hobday,
the 2-nh day ef September ii?il at LI o'clock at noon,
us ler the direction of tke Comptroller, * >ae Hundred Thou?
sand Dollars of .New Vcrk Slate Stock, bearing iou real ii
the rate of lix per cent. per annum fp:a the first Cay of
Ostober, inclusively; payable qnart*rly on the first days i:
January, April, July and October; b mr stock issued ...
pursuance of Chapter I9t> of the Law. of said State, of ike
j?sr l?l?. and i? r-imt>uss.-itj|-? :<'. the pleasure of the Si i
si any time after the firs day of October. IS6I.
The Slerehants' ria.ik. in the City of New-York, is de.
siL-i.ed a- the place for the registry and transfer of -.n-l
Stock, anal will be the j-la.ee for the payment of interest
Th ? St. ? k ?* il! be -old in certific ifs of o:.c Thonsand
Dollars each, and the buyer- will be required to pay the
amount of their purchases resi-ectivel} immediately a/ter
the sale, when transfers ?,ll !?? made accordingly.
JAMES BOW EN, President,
New.York.3Stk Au.-n-:. 1841. sni3?dlS3n
LOOK AT Till*_Pocket booksi
n the eu\. at wholesale.
nu?7 In?' E. R. GILLESPIE ssent.35.late 19John-at
VI AKTI > XV. S-. '1 ?I ON *? keeps istantlv on
a hand sll kinds uf BRASS a trERM AN SALVER i'ast
ir.r-. ?? No 14 Sorure -Irr-eL ? "&.101
I) EU BACK .HONSVon .be Banks tak?n
V. at n*r for Dry Goods, who|e-s|e ni,d IT tail, st 44-1
? sfcU H UK .HO.-iliV i i . ass takei
Ik at par for Dry Goods. No aha'cwsu ? , prices, l-l
Green* i< h ?t. salM Im
I 1KOCKKRY.?lOO BOWK R.Y.?MERRIT1 S
V/ A; PAGE would call the atteutauu of the Pulilic to
their exte-nsive stock of pl*?n and rick Glass. China, ate.
tVc at their stores, No>. 100 Bowery a:. 1 ZM Graod-sl !
Price, ni.iilerate. dm III In, y
BClIsDBICS' IUBDWARE, at 9fi Division
street.?a complete assortmeni of H ish Pullies, B.itt
Hinges, Screws. Auterican and English Knob Locks. Fine <
Plate, Dead, Cupboard,Draw Chest and rad-Locks, Barrel; \
Round, ,-uuare Sprint'.. Flush ana Shutter Bolts, Hook
anu Plate Hinges, tocetner wilt nearly every mtiele in tbi
Iis?, all of which srtU be soid as low as at any place in th:
Also. Cut Nnila hv the ca.-k. at the tnwe.t rr.-.rket pnci
foressn. [iel71 JOSEPH WKKn
4 .?ERICAJV HABDWABE-Tu Mibscri
avV l?ers have on hand au extensive assortment of Amer?
ican Manufactured Hard*are. which ikey offer for sale at
the low. -i tnanuf'Cturer's prices
EDWD. PCRCELL .t CO. '^i Plalt-st. cor. of Gold.
au?;' Im Sncarersor? to Pettibone A Long.
o1;k an? R?ii,uaiv<. hto.>'e,-rlio
Suli^entier will dehver on bosrd of vessels at the
Prisen Ii(, :k, Dock Stone for 15 cents per ion, and Marble
Building Stone for 3? fid p-r ton
S la let Prison, Muunt Pleasant. June 9. 1842.
,eio Rre n. L. SEfMOOR, isem.
LOCK .MA.M I A( TORY."
?J01 CENTRE STREET. (Opposite Heater street )
r*|AHE lubseriber wishes to iuform tae public he has
I commenced manufacturing l.t'CKS f?r -tores and
d> ? dimes, wnh such advaniare.- a* to enatde him to fur
in. h a rir.sr rats aRTIclt 15per cent. !e-s th-m ant oile r
maker in lbs city. Person? ?risbing io purchase ?i I find
it to their advantsnro to call and examine be er" purcha*
inr ^|.e-?h-r~. [su-?<lm-j CtIA*. C. CakPKM.'Kll.
f TN V B Rill E1VTBD Wl.MC.-l". POME ROY,
I Jr.. No, sT Water-street, offers (-r -ale a superior s.-u
cl-.of ?NFERMENTED Jl ICE OFTtaE GRAPE, . in
centra ted to a Syrup. Directions for diluting accompany
inc each Vitlln.
TsSTIMOXtaLS.?"The sample of the 1 Emit of the Vine,'
free frorr alcohol, winch you have h?cn so kind as to send
me, is not only beautiful out delicious.
Eowabo C. Dclavax."
" Ii is s beautiful and delicioni artir!,-, ami e? identiy free
from iliat maddening quality which, in fermented wmc.
is so ilustrin lire to the soul, and bodies of inc.-.."
[Jour, of Am.Temp. Enion.
?' It is fr, e from alcohol nmi its deleterious pro parties,
and. when properly diluted with water, makes a very pare,
beautiful, and pleasant bever.-ce."
(?II Im' 1 [Christian Observer, Phils.
Hatters' Fl.t'sbi of all qualities ami de
. scriutioas constantly or. hand, and for ? i!
?1 luii, JOHN N KUPFER, 104 William n.
i hio!,eka INFaaVlVTaUOT,SummerComplaint,
V Ac. Ac.?In eight esses out often ibis disease may b
arrested aa,l cured by obla.niog a box of Dr. Jami -'- Nur?
sery Pills, winch ha? bees fjund on experiesec a specific
in the above , .mplainf. Sold by A. B. A D. Sands. Urur
Ci-'s. T'.i and I'KI FnltOL-StresI; and by David SallH, At Co.
77 Ea-i Broadway. 1 |nt
1>' CIIANCBRV.?Bet?re ibe Vice C mcellor of
th,- PirM Circuit.?Isaac Variau r.? Daniel W. Gantley im;
others. -Mssti-r'. Sal--?E.Isar Kelchuni, Solicitor.
Pursuant to a dccrtlal order of this Court, made in the
above entitled c?u.-e, will Ire -old at public auction by s
P. Incrabam, auctioneer, at the Merchants' Exchange, in
the City of New-York ue.,!er the direction of ihe subscri
her. one of the Masler- oftbis Court, on the liih da; of Sep?
ie tu be: next.at 19 o'clock nt n.-on of that ,:.,}. all tho.e -
certain lots, pii ccs or parcels of land situate, lying and be
nig in ill" Twelfth Ward ofths City nf New-York, known
and distingnisbed on a map entitled " Map of property in
ike Twelfth \\ ard ol the City of New-York. belonging to
Henrv H. Leeds, Ruasel Stebbias,David A. Cornslock, Join,
II. Peters, Absalom lVt-r-, Jobs Browerand Jacub Brewer,
and filed in tke ofBco of the Register ol the City and County
of New-York a.- Lota Now. 77. 7-, 7.'. -50, 125. 126, 1ST, and
138, bounded and cu.itainu.ir as follows, ih it is to -ay Lots
No-. 77. 7r. 79 nnd So, tsk-n locether . Benin at a point uc
the southerly side of tTTth street, di-tant :ssj I eel westerly
from the corset funned by the inter-ect.oii of the nrssterly
sab ..i the Clh avenue w ith the southerly side of27lh 'treet.
running thence loutbsrlyon a Use parallel with said utb
avenue and nio?? the westerly side of Lo, No. -I i a said
map. i'3 feet 'J inches to Lot No. lo on -a.d map, taeucc
westerly alou? the. rvar, of Lois Nj,. 63, 64, 65 snd 66 on
s nd map !'?J feet, to Lot No. 70 on sai.i map. thence
northerly alontTtlie easterly side of-anl last mentiooed Lot
on a liue parallel with said 6th aveiueif- feet '.' i.icfces to
the southerly -nie of37tk street, then te easterly alone the
SOUtberiy side of 97th street afor>-.-aid. 100 feet to the place
of !.--r:uuitg. L"l? Not. 135, 126. 127 and iir taken to
gethi r : Bepn at a point on the southerly side ol '.Sth -treet.
di.laut 'Jlf feet westerly from th- neuer finned by the
intersection of the w-sterly -ide of the ?>t>i avenue, with the
southerly sid? of 2>ih street, runnm; tn-nce southerly
alone the westerly side of Lot No. ISti mi -aiil map. on a
line parallel with th- fith trenne aforesaid. H.s feet 8 inches
lo Lot No. lid on said map. thenc westerlvalong the rear
of Lots No-. 101, l'j-d, 1U3 and 104 or said map, 100 feel to
Lot No. 124 on said m?:<. tkcr.ee northerly ab-nc the e?
lerly side ol -aid last m-utioncd Lot. oua Uneparallel with
-a d fstkjarenue 9e feet 9 inciie. io tiie .outaeriy side cf 2rth
street afore-aid. thence easterly aloni' the southerly side of
?Jrth -treet aforesaid. Iisj fe ? t to ihe place of begunittg.
Dated New-York. Aucusf^l. 1841.
JOHN A. SI?ELL. Master in Ch lacery
anS3SawtS14 :ti J,.hn-st.
?2T \TE OF NEW-YORK?IN CH*.NCrtRY?? mi
Inrli?aud George R tue. Tru.-tres.i;.. v. Eon lad WUkeJ
Po su-nl lo a decr-ta1 older of this ft-Mirt. mad? in t1" ah-,se
erstJ-Ied r?u't r-ariiiST sale ihe 24>n d,y t August, IT it w b
*se s^lc at puM c - oc- lb?e, tiad-r lh? ei-ec:Mo ol the .uO-cr'hrr
ne.,t in. MaaSertof this Comix,(D.C.It W PsJlCo. A?e
ti ir?r-.i jt ihe Meicr.a b* Esrhange.is ibecriy or New-York
n l'uesdar the 81 t ay of Seplen.i*r next .' lj.."e'?ek n-?on ja
;!nt day. .1 th >se esn-in l?tiof land sit ?t? :?;? g a-?J r<i-gin
the fw- Rh Ws'duf th- C ty ? f Ness-Ysrk, 'nd kniwn ?'?
i Stil coi.he" oo a map of th prupemr, I Gr re* Rare-nre. Er<J
? i -d the Glass-i;,.use farm, a,de by Dio'd R-e . C tj
?vurr y t. in me m?oth ? f Mav. ne ibisa > : ei??' hundred
?ad ihirty-thiee, a> d o- file I?tkeoflceol ire Re. ister a the
City snd Costuty o- Ness.Yors,oa ih- fir,', dt; f Febcxnury
?e thous nd -ight humlretl and t.ittr-i' ut as !><i number
?,J3!) t-o hu-lt-d aad i.h'v.f,?ir. iS-J) twa hunlr-da C
a ;?itT.Sre, <2Sfi) t m hu idred i d ei?hly-?ix. -sd bsj r-n 'h?
? >? th side i f Thirty-S-?^sih ?Ire-!, the sae* '"?? be nsj each oat
hOTtrrd fe-l 13 lergih o<. each .ide s-?i twe-ty-ri etrWl ir
ir-adlh i. front and iear; tor;e-her with 'II -ud 'oogu'ar th
'enrm?nt , h?r-d Urne? t- aad appnrtrrunces theieuslo h-long
ieg t?r in aay wise jppsrrtiininr. Dat.d New-York, Aosntst
WILLIAM W, CAMPBELL. Mastery i> Chaserrj,
Ta-'-a iS Johu-strett 1
VINCENT L. DILL'S
HR5T PKT.MP M
.Vo KS Fultnn-st. (fourth ?tory) New-York. jelsT/
E .N G K A V i .\ (i 0 N WOOD.
Done la the aeal??t manner, cnearly sod expeditinasly.
*~ iai orrtcz er the *rcw world. 3>j asx-stxxst.
Cr 91ARX HAU l\
Apply ti the Publisher of th? New World. laSl tf
lilDti? H DTBKmiK,
3 7 AND I 4 !*>'I W ERY, N E W YORK.
?HOLKSaLE *???> aCTjJl. desl'bs !>'
Forri-jn \Vi:ir-?. Liquor?. Ilr.rana aaid
Grocers, Hotels. Tascrn-, Portw-Houses ami Country
Merchast* supplied on r*raW***rfT*h '.erais for cash or appro?
ved paper, au?! Im"
CONSTABLE AND COLLECTOR,
?iSf.s DOT AMD seavEs List' .oaas' Waaas.sT?.
ACEVT F"R LaTTIJfi HOUSES, \C.
Ofllce ml Jsnrine Court.
H o ?? ? e. So.1 42 Beesirnaa-st. au!7 Ira
DUTCH e K, Bi:\>,)!.!)s. A PLATT,
Attorners. Soliritars ana! Connsefiort.
Merchants' Exe tange,' *cw-* ork' \ 1. V Rcryocaa.
WaU-.tr-et. ) ia27-tf (O. H. Pl .tt.
/ ?! orliix. iviioi.esawd be
V TAIL.?A rood ?..<i.r;m'nt '.f rrs-ly-rru.:" Clotting,
raaaafactarod eaprestljr for the Fall and'Aimer Trade,
is now being sold wholesale sal ret?d at SS Oiatham ?:.
The s is new ai.d ean-i-ts ha part ?( riae blaeaad black
B'a-?-r. Pilot and Flu-hmr ' Teicoau. aude inthe latest
fashions; nrperfiae piain an*1 nenred ailk anu Tabby Vel?
vet. Satin. Valencia, Cloth Bad JSatmet Ve.t. ot' a variety
o;" ?"y,c. . a s-esd a-*i-rtm.enl ot Cawtncrc, Ratine: and
Moieskia Pantaloons, besides a rir-t rate lot oi Shirts and
Drawera, viz : red twilled und p'siri Flanaelof vari"U
qualities, bleacked and unbl -ach d Cjrtoa FUnnel. Ham
ilton -tnped. Calico and Sue whit* Muslin,?All reltiag
cheap for Cash, and luitabi ? for the city and <v*ouiry trade.
>'. H. Country Merchant" :<.-?? particularly requested t.i
call ar.d examine the stock for thenuetrcs. No *?-'> Chat?
ham st. .-'.II m"
econo.tiy AND Fl-SHION.
- r J. W. kellogg is ready to offer to
mJ the public trie nach admired METROPOLITAN
*---* li \t which, with otaer- nfdiffen at and of the most
approved -tylc*. he j- r.o-s getting up of the best aiatrrial
uud at the lowe-t city cash p.-ice?. Ai-o. Caps, Stock?.
Bsatoms. Coda.--, and Umbrellas, Country dealer* ?ill
find it to their advsntare to call a d examtue j. W. k-'s
II it? before purchasing el-ewhe-e, as he will supply tliem
with a first rate article st the lowest manufacturing prices.
-I i I m" J. W. KELLOGG, N ?. I rJ Caual-sL
r r h ats : ii its : caps !?two dol
^5 LARS A>1> FiFT, ( CMS -t handsome and
??"***? d"r i! *rt:.:!?' c ,c -l . '.? j e-.er ot'sred at tue
price. Try them and juds'e for yourself. Men "j. boys'
ami eoi .lien's Caps, of Cloth, Velvet, a c Ac
>l l lur GEO. w. MYF.R, --.-j Bowery.
iiTi'sT: Isaf??: ie t, :-r.
- Fashion is now r- id* at WATSON'S; No. 151
Chat! im-treet and 160 Bowery, at the folloaiu?
li.xed and and uudra latinc prices, viz:
Silk.Si? "" Rearer.?4 50
Mole.$d ' o N'utria. . j'l 50
All warrant-'.! r>n tiue lur bodi-s, or the money refunded
if t-ey do not prove as recommended.
The subscriber will only remark ih.it the above -tnndsro
pre ? have been established for tte pa-t iwo year-, vud
the increased and sifn-ive patronage since received l>"irs
ample an 1 j,'ratifi in.' evidence of public judgat ai-ut. at
VVATSON'sJ, l?l Lliaiaam sireel,
sO 1 in and Ilk) Hosiery, i
>a. tit BOWERY is de.
Mabliskmenl m New-York to p ? bargains in the ?
Boot and Shoe line; you have only to call lobe '
convinced. Ladies', Gentlemen's Misses, Boys' and
''In! Ire-- Boo'.*. Shac, and (la icr*. in all Weir v. riety, of .
my owa manufacture and warranted fir-l r.-.te, at prices
to suit the times. Likewise a mrge assortment of goou ]
. u'iir; sork. which si" we sold very cheap.
jy36m WILLIAM A' '? A I K. IM Bo-ery. f
r*AY?S OIPKoiKIH ?1IEET RUB
IJ ltr.lt OVERSHOES?-5,600 pair Lades' sii.i (sen
demon's for sab-. The srapere of tsis truly elegant Over
?hoe, made from the R -\ her b- imported f-mn South Arne
rica, in she-1.. are exceedingly elastic, thesame shoe ad- i
justing it<e!f tc every width of foot,aoner than French 1
kid and made over lasts of the mo.-t approved Broadway '
fashions. The bottoms or sole.- of leather laid between the
rabber, are joined teeet.'irr so securely is tobe perfectly
?v?:*r proof. Tne-e Shoes have been tried thoroughly tin
p.ist wmtcr. and -iveii rei eral saiisfvc ioii. livery pair
warraated uet to decompose, *?r the uppers to loosen from
the soles. The trade are invited to examine the-e and a
?rencia! iL?? irim-ui of India Rubber Shoes,now in order
lor the fell trade.
HORACE II. DAT, t.:ucce-ror to Roxbury I.R.Co.,
iu2 din 126 Maiden-lane.
C 11 A KI, ES CLl'Dil ?s,
(st'CCEssOK to ceo. rCCSCHSB,^
MANUFACTURER OF PAPER BOXES 127 William
-treet. of every possible shape, say le, anal variety, for
the use of any lineof business; constaatly no band a targe i
rsssorunei t of rjipiarc IJ..V-. plain uml fancy, -inslc, and
in set.- : also
by the bale or ne-t.
Genuine German Cologne Water imorted, and for sale
at a very l?w price. si' :lin*
rpBANSP?KErtT 1 t a C I a > w I fU I
1 LOW SHADED?-OLIVER W. W( ODFORD, S6
(.'.lllinrine ?L is enabled to offer 1,500 pairs of Triins|iareut j
\\ indow Shmles at the following low price*, viz :
BOO pair- I.an Iscapea, f-re-cii vie?si at 41.*> per pair.
951 pairs Moonlight Scenes.do
2<l ? piurs Vignette Center-.&l,ot) do
2u0p.nr* French Scroll Borden.$4,'KJ do
N. It. 50 setts r. al Italians from$10,00to?30^)0per pair.
Country Slercbantaand ITpbolstrrera ?>ill raasliavn a?svo.c
of SO per i cut. bv purchasing from the ?ubscriber.
auSIlm <> W. WOODFORD, rig Catheriae-at.
UYINC AND i'UlNIING I'.sTAIiLLS11MK.NT. ;
Offk e No. HI William, corner op Johs-st. i
a LL KINDS OF SILK3, COTTON AND WOOLEN
a'\ GOODS DYED, restored and or. seed, including la
dies' and gentlemen's garments, such as Dresses, Coats,
Saa-\|-. Ciapes, Velvets, Ribbons, Mer.es,Hoai?ej'i Cus
simer.:s, Carpets, Rugs, Piano an.1 Table Cover*. IViadow
Shade. Ac. A'c. eu:tl Im*
KOi.LKD A > EJ PiA'I'Ktts:' BK.1??.
Ar IRST RATE article of Rolled ami PUh < ? lira*. c.,n
always ? ibuud at JAMES G. MOFFET, 131 Prince :
street, near Wooeter, st the lowest market prices. Like
a-.-c ? ..-r*- -iioerc- articl? "< Cooper's lira**. ?22 tf
ROLLED GE K M \ S < I LVi;il.
JAMES <i. MOFFETT, 121 Priuce-strc-t. neer VVooster,
would pmrjealarly call the artentioc of Hardware Deal?
er, and -M -r.'.f. cturers to bis -.i]?-rior artic'e of Oerman Sil?
ver, ? inch he oirers lor sale wbolesstie and retail, of ail thick
peases, and warrants l e inai to any. cither Foruign or Do?
mestic, for clor and soltnr-*. a'd'd-tf
VOVA SCOTIA s- iD OHIO GRIND.
Li STONES?40 tons No<aScotia ?rudatoaes, landing
at pier No. f. ea.-l side Coentie* Slip.
li tons iiaio do., recently received from the celebrated
Uu .rry at Berea.
AI-o,a good assortment of dressed and undresse I Grind
stonet constaatly on hand, for^ sale at the lowest market
price.-, at the Grind.- one Yard. 2?-* Fror.t. comer Dover
street, bv M tt WIM ID, Commission Merchant.
Fricl "ii Keller- cr ink-. Ac. for sale as above. i!43l"
s^j i t. i: I. PEN's.?M t.i >. tiii.LoTT's and K?:a
O snaw's Steel PeBa. Agood aawortnient of POCKET
BOOKS, and oilier ce.al-.at ?rv:.e|e-a|e.
E. R. GILLESPIE, 19 John-street,
BaTSOSm* Between Broadway and Nassau.
Uli I. I.5?.? 1 a- =ubfcri . .- r?,i.ly i. Cs biave to
_, inform his friends aud tue public thai lie ha.* ou hand,
and i- coaatanlly receiving, large invoice, of ttuills, wbick
be offer* far aale al rei.'nccd prices, wh.ue*ale aii*l retail.
Couutry inercbaiita wonld do 'eaitocali, licfore pu.-.ha.mg
? je22 tf8* * A. McKKACHINF.'S. 255 Pe.arl-st
UUlla LS SUPERSEDED.?HAYDE.N 9
Steel Peas areictter in ell respects Uian Uuill??
more Curable. e.|Ually pliable and chejp.
They are carefully made, selected a.id re-selected before
offered to the public
It I* b. bei i i that their own mer.ts will *oo:i ?ivetlier? Lhe
pre-eo?inence attione other*.
The trade supplied at srh.ileeale bv tae Arent.
EDWARD J. ENO i PI itt-strestt
N. B.?For sale by the principal rjuiUuu^r' "^J dealers
in Pens in the City and Couatry. au-'e) ly
SPtC tL O'PnlNTMKNT,
BY JT O ?i E P fl ' ? 5 I.I.OTT.
PEN MANUFACTURER To THE QUEEN.
C" ACTION.?The h:;a character of the-e Pens ha* in
;-jce l tue attempt,oa tti- part of ?ev-i -.1 disreputable
makers, to practice a fraud, not only upeo Mr. Gurnet, but
sl-o upon the puniic. An interior article bearing the mis
spelled name, thus, QOlot, omittinr Use final T, is cow m
the market. It can readily Le delected by its acfipi*hed
appeavrance, and trie very common s.yle in which it is put up.
Oiscrrc. the eenuiue Pea- are -ji marked in fuii??? Jo?
seph Oillou's Patent,'' or, ?? Jusepn liiilo'.t. warraated ."
uil '..;a'. each itross bears a fac sirurl? of his Signatare la us :
Tn- above mav be had. wholesale, of
jvlS Iv HKNIlY JKS-IIP 71 J..ao .r_ e,,r. of r,n\,\
ORUGsT AND .TIEDICTATES orYr-r*/ de
scription an-' of the best .uahtv e,4v k. :,s,d at All
H-aurs oa application to N. CLARK, 51u Bcwe-y
XT A P?s-ic:aii of lone experience .;w.io practica in the
I'.iei'onofxl.) wili he >n attendance to give sdv, -. die at
tbe of* A. M ar-d 7 P. M !?., Ur.
U?.,#L?vo baies. for sale by (iKIN.Nfc.LL. MIN
TI'RN A CO. ''.asitb->t. ,n24
No. 37 DiT-srai.r.T
Se?trcn Greatirick-ttreet cud Brocdxey.
XT Celebrated for its pure, sparkling sad
brilliant ALE**, and the superiority of its
?lt?fRl^iUl?NTS jecers?y. 'jy3 tf
WM. HAGAR A- CO.
TYPE AND STEREOTYPE FOlfNDRY,
74 Fulton, corner of Ciwld--trtrrt,
THE subscribers take this method of aanouaeinr to
t2e;r tr.eaii.? and the public generally chat, havrag
p-irchas-d the extensive and well known Type Foundry
formerly owed by Messrs. Conner A Cooke. they h??e re?
moved the ?ame to tlieir present ceolral location. Having
? ide ext?o>ive revu-e>n?. alterations and additions they
are n-? prepares! to execute orders of any magnitude they
nay be favoreo with, with pe-oetptMsa, and oe a? favorable
ter*? a- at any Foundry in America. To tsvir new Speer
ineavRook, ?hien has been recently extensively circulate.!,
they would rejpacxly refer.
All article, manufacture.! by ta?m .hall V of a matena'
e-juaL. if n-** -apenor. to any manufactured in ihis country
_and undergo a tftorourh examiaati^n as to appearance.
raaginsr, dr-s-iur. and properly aavorciog. All articles 'i
bii'ite,; is the Specinten-Book forrnerly issued by Conner A
t \?ke. together w itn Sorts lo Fonts -old by them, can n-?w
be furnished from this Foundry without delay, wi_ aiauy
VY.M. HAGAR A CO ?re Areiits for the ?al" of th? Na?
pier. Washington and Smith Presse?, which, togeiher with
PllUjaii Cases, Cs*-posing Stick?. Farmture. luk. and
ererv art.cle u?e,i io the Printing Bu.iae.s will be sept
on kind, and furnished at manufacturers' prices.
V B. No Machine Cast Type manufactured St tats
1)BIi\TCYG INK?Th- subscriber, who i? a prac
Deal Printer, bavins for more than tweaqrfyean bees
ens?fed w the m iBtfacture of Printing Ink. darin? whic!,
time it has bera used extensively in many of the largest
pr-.nunc s?tubttsh_eota in the United States,sad civet- sen
,-ral tatufwetion. He respectfullj solicits a continuance ,<i
the p itronasje of his typographical brethren. Having lately
built a new and enlarged manufactory,do Front-.treet.
between Montgomery and Gorenjeur-etreets, East River,
he is enabled to -apply those who n-ay favor him with their
cast "]. -v it : .,. gi ! Ink is an !?* procured in the lulled
Slate., of unchangeable color, and on reasonable terms.
Tie- Ink i- ?--ii calculated to work on the composition
roller, and all desvrtptiuRs of presse., now is a-e.
i?- .. !;r. ? ... : . the . r !vr'- residence, Grsen
street, cr left at the ci.-.nul'actorv, will be punctually at
tended to. GEO. MATHER.
New-York, J aly SO, 1841. jy--t> '?!??
t i ire At* l t in: ah: (heap: ii Jamison
v ' A JERVIS'S Cfa -<p Engraving and Printing Office
A Visiting Card Plate -arrived and fifty Cards for only
si 50. All ether Engraving at one half the weal price.
Please c -II and examine specimens. No. 4'.'} Courtland -i.
corner Greenwbiek. su?S 1m
~V.7 -~-VIV- ^Lyca^i
CARDS! CARD?' ? :*!>?*i? l.otoiuotivi
PRESS tor printing CARDS, 107 John-street, thiro door
i'.om Peart. THIS MACHIS?E, the only one is the city,
csn not becqaale ! for speed and bi .cry of printing. Cards
printed on thi- Machine a- much cheaper rates than b}
the common mo. e of printing Cards.
Visiting, Wedding and Store Cards engraved and
WM B. FOLGER, 107 John It- 3d door from Pearl.
/ ?Oi11iTld.HSIONPAPs.K~i _R_a_0"f*a_.
V> ?The subscribers keep tousianlly on hand aud offer
for sals in lot- to suit puicbasers?
WRITING PAPER, of all kinds.
Also, Robinson - Blank B??'k Papers, of all kinds.
PRINTING PAPERS, el ill .izes and qualities, on hand
or made, to order, at shotl notice.
They also keep on hands large assortment of wires
Felting-. Bice Smalts loe.iciiinj Powder- and Soda An
for P .per M luttfai '.urers, of their own importation, of the
best quality, which they o.rer al very lo* prices.
jyl5 :f PERSSE -v IIH.OOKS. 81 Ubeity street.
PAPER viA-vrPAf'I'I KS-.KsS- Wli COM
I MISSION WAREHOUSE, No 31 Lilsarty-alreet ?
Printing, Lithographie, aud Colored Papers in all then
varieties, made to order of any qualits from t onimou New.
to the liue-t Book paper made in the country, si ihe Gail
market prices, from the very superior mills of Messrs, A
( . and W. Curtis, Boston, and W. It M. Curtis, Bellv,il
N. J and from -evcrsl Other manufacturers, having the hes
of machinery. All orders thankfully received and promp
tlyexecuted. eu7 6ui EDWARD CURTIS. Ageni
1/?.:?:>< II AND AiTIERlCArs P?PBK
I HANGINGS and Border.. f?r sale cheap, at UM
ITaitad States Paper Hanging and Band Box W irehouse
C5 Caaal-street, near Brssadwsy, New-York. Rooms p.,
pereH in the neatest manner.
?u43m JOSHUA BROWN. 65Caaal-street
?willTit "a riaOCK l^TAHI.lsilJIE.NT.
Corner of the Bowery and Di viaoa-iat.
-a-) CLOCKS of every description in any quantities
C^rss. goo,i r' a uid cheap for i'jjx
'4-1 ?jg Cloi ks m ide to order io: Steeples, Bank?, Ac
?J_J_.',,.,,, srbei la m l pinions ent Small watches and
mvs.ela made lor patentees. Entrance 7j Bowery
j-17 tf Formerly Smith A Brother.
?t A Ml EJL W~. KENEDICT, Waich
Mas'r. .MerchKiils' Exi.haiiee, corner of Wall and
sVWflinm ?treei?. has me formed a connection ii
^business ?itii S. HAMMOND.their personal alte?
ill l>e given to repairing fine Watches. The mos
complicated parts of Duplex A. C uro a o me to ?
W m hes put in e.|u.il to the original.
Mr. Hammond would make Ins acknowledgements to lh<
Trade, for their kindness and patronage since living n
New York, and ?;ll always give their work preference it
making Duplex work, but will not be able to make any di,
const from the retail price.
Duplex, Independent! Second, ami other Watches ol
spien dad |ia. terns for sale, warranted perfssat or the is-iic)
returned. Jewelry and Silver w?r- m, usual,
al? ly BENEDICT - HAMMOND
Dr.WlMIu *W OCUUST.
I "FIsAJtBD, DISEASED, AND WEAK
I EYES.?DK. ?VHEELER, Oculist, No. 33Creeawtcb
street, N. Y. respectfully informs the poblie, that in eoase
qaeoee bis practice having become enlarged to so (real
an extent, he is compelled lo confine bis ofBcs attendano
..trielly between Ihe h.iurs of Li A. M and 1 P. M., after ?
which hour he visits his out-door patients.
Notwithstanding that among the many hundreds of !
cases which Dr. W. has attended, ninny have been operated '
on by oth.-r Professors without inceess, and pronounced bv
them i.nccr.vbi.k. yet Dr. W. has never failed to eradicate :
ihe disease ami effect a perfect cure, despite every disad
raatege which may have presented it?e|f. and in many in- |
stances almost without hope. It i> this unprecedented sue- I
c -?in hi- treatment of the various 'hitherto considered
incurable) disea.,| lb eye, that enable, him with conti
deuce to refer tho afflicted who may lie unacquainted with
in a, and In- mild mode of treating the disorder- of this nr
z in?to numerous restored patients in the lir?t class of soci?
ety respecting his profeaatonal abilities and skill a
scientific Ocu i-l
Chronic inllaiiimation of the Eye-hd or sore Eyes,
however lon^ standing can be effectually and permanently
; ' All oilier diseases ef the Eye cured withoal surgical
S T R A B I S M ? S ,
r Commonly rolled Squinting )
AND CONFIRMED CATARACTS ON THE EVE.
Safe > and effectually removed (in a few minutes) with
-carrelv any inconvenience or pain to the patient,
'.* Terms to -uit the circumstances of the Patient.
N. rt.?OtTic ? hour, from - o'clock A. M., until 1 P. M.,
alter which out door patient.- are visited. r-t Im
THE ?JEMINE EUEM.TI FE.UAEE
I \ I. LEGRAND'S PUnles Meaxsulles Pour le? Fein
I ? mess, -o ju.-t:y celebrated throughout Europe lor the
a-;oni?!iing sueee-.s 111 , a-e- of irregular and obstruc e,l
metis*ruration, are now oiE-red to the Female invalids of
th( United States, among ? bom lliey hav e already acquired
an unrivaled reputatioc; but that this reputation may b>
sustained, it ia ucct)*M4fJ t? ,'nar i against imposition. I'er
?on?. tiler- fore, who :usy -vnii to .,"r'-'ha..e ?re roqueatod to
observe the name of I? M. Legraed upon the cover of the
b x. asd subscubed io the directions accompanying each
N. B.?Tbe?e invaluable Pills are perfectly harmless and
not uspleaaajt to the la?te, yet are certain to restore ihe
Ask for I^igrand's Fen, I; Monthly Pills. Exploit direc?
tions ia French aud Euglisii aecompaay each box, with
par-icular advices to mothers respecting the medical treat?
ment of yousg female-.
Fur sale 13 this city only at the Hall of PI srmacy, 2C7
Rr'alway. ill im"
rrfne PaisLOTOHJeiN, or ? Ken lie - Frisud
x This medieme may b-i resort al to w.ti confidence for
the purpose ef relieving and removing all those com?
plaints peculiar to females, which often lead in rome Ibra
or Other to permaneui nt health. It will also reliev ? mucB
of the suffering and prevent those accidents to which aK
mothers ?... exposed. Pamphlets e-ntaintna te-i'sioniais
direction.-, xad mach inforuaatioo valuable to females am!
hea ls of fare lies, mav be had gratis whe'e, the Pbilotoken
is sold, at ii"; and 044 Broadway, lor Green?leli-stree.L
121 Pearl 79 and 100 Fulton 05 Il?dsoo, and 77 East Brastd
way, I3? Ci-atnam. and in Cr?klyn by W. Badey, Fulton
streeL Price jjl .Vt per bottle. aa95 lm*
DOt. PEMX GOI RAID'S POUDRES SI B
TILE.? Per-oaal beaaty depends ?0 as ach on Lne ap?
pearance and parun snsoothi ess of the akin, that whatever
contributes 10 improve it, must be considered au object of
iL-iportaue-- to all who arc solaatOOS to possess the ad?
vantage ? hich Lo-d Chesterfield . enominates " a I'ller "f
recojimeadxtton on all occasions," and La:r_cly the pre
-?nt aad f utrre a^e. m'tsl feel theaiaelvcs indebted to the
inventor of the curious cr.-raieul process by which hair ia
effectually- uproctrd trom tne upper br, side of the cheek,
or ceck rd" a b-autiful ?oiaaa. without the slightest injury
to the -kin. ?11 of which ean be done by using the. penetra
tiap po?siJera cf Dr. Gonrand, and ihe preparation ein be
iti d. To he bad ao where else, m New-York hut at
137 Walker.?treet. ?n? d or "rioc. Broadway. $1 per bottle,
i.O. RAIDS VEGETABLE LIUI.'ID ROLriE?f>>m
oosed mmenaliy from llowers and simples, in,marts a beaa
tifal carnation 10 the skin, immovable by rubbin-j with the
fingers, handkerchief, tinea cloth, or by perspiration.
Price,.'M cents ner b-ule. aat'J eod'tai
PS-AMT?kW SAJVK, also Agricurtn-ai Baak
Notes to Natcbex. wsnted at improved r?Us by
jy 36 tf VANVl_cic Bi-^TIijiaS,? WtU-street.
S T O V E S .
OBK'S PATENT Al.t-TK.SIT -
?Tnc crest t'.el ,??er ? 1 bis article create, ? -anT"
ful and dcbcMIU slxosphere . needs to be rep|era.at,jTL"
owce in twenty-font nour?. Reference, enra. A fI>J
?u;-i>iy OB Isarjd. Orders ?ol >c it'd. AUn, xfstni iMM
nsect of the mat* ?ppr...ed C-ikme sto*e.,i-,i,-^c.v4.'
Mouth (irate-. - 1 per ce.n. ml fnm t rnier p-lct*.
,! ! In I- V. BADt.Ka. i'.' W,t,r..t
^TOVf?. STOVE*, ?57 J si.nvsi.Rsu
O A Urge assortment of*Store* tor -rood or coal, saataoi.
for 'tree o: -mail families. Also for ??Je, Hsli ?ad pw.
lor Stove? of ttf la(e*t patters*, cheap for cx-h.
Jobbiac dore ?t the shortest notice.
IUI Ofden th mkfillv received and panetaalhr anma?ad
.?.' , :i .;fo lUKKts k ?
^liHli?: t?TOVE*S !?Toe Kitchen Caaap^.^,
3 improved ?SoasoclMBg beautiful, cheap and ecaaeakl.
cal ?(J. H?1M ;Y prepared, a* u-ual. to supply au ^
:,.ji'r? and the Public ra cenera! *>ith a new and :apr?f^
C.H.k ns Stove, which, fl* all culinary purposes, caaevt
he .urp.i?*ed in thtscitv. I would invite tbOM --no?r?B
want of Storertiss present aeasoo to look in ai N.?, j <*?..
mik-?treet. M iOre . .ir i??in< els*wh:r>\ as '0 rnam
tion one 'o k will satisfy the most senrpubsas that d>,
K-tchen Companioe has a decided preference over all 0t*er
Stove?, a* the qaaatity of furi wht.a i- consumed la ,aa
Stove i. i choc compared t? a.I oU patlern?, and the ban.
tar of tmir boilers at the same time, and the e*pjah?ty
ba'sinc arka h ibis Stove ?rill do. rive it a decided po-tV,.
ren- e over all othera.
A! 0, a r-arri! a??or'.mrnt of Ha!!, Parlor and Str,
Stove?. < f ihr rm?-t approved pattern*.
sUSme ?:? GEO. QUlMB*i. 9 Carmlaeet
l/lXK-s MIVIT.TY COOK STOVE,
I Pot ?.'od oi Wood?A seta patent with more im?
portant improvements for culinary purposes than ha.?
???er be.-n :...a.|e before, a- la slowed by the very best
judge*. It may !>e examined w?er- they are told whale,
sale anu retail .u F1SK s - V0\ E EsTam ishm.'.vt No MS
W.it-r -L 3ud ioor 1'ioin Fu ton ?L Beitinr t'.ik r.<. roisi
iag, frying, -. may be all conducted at once without >!r.
terso ration, to a greater extent, and with lea, (Uel than hai
ever before been accompUabed The oven is healedoa*
new prni. pi.- making it equal I? the beat brick oveafiat
bakmc. \\ ithoai anj chaoge.of draft (swept during igni?
tion u i- ever realty for baking ? hileauy ?r all of thi csatr
eookingjsin process. The top of the stove i- ofe level ?ar
im c sod i? .::?. ' d by patent plate* mto four boiling p's^a
?f espial ?i/o or Iiiree to a null one large oval boilrr,
changed from n*-!it and left to forward and hue*., s.? nur
be reijuireil in boilcij, ?hich in the medium siaed -uts,
>uch as is u-ed in ordin?r} sissvu^amilies. contains 6psali
of water, tocether with 2 ?maller boiler* and ?teaiuer, Ar
rege tables. It will also adniil ?Maugewash boilesa a* abo??,
orb> taking eir ihe centre plate will admit I boiler ol tke
-aine height, which will h.dd 39gallons, equal to I) br'i.
it .1 wiih lbs addition ofa ??>??! steamer ?ill boil or ?t??a,
: to .i bbls of vegetables. Thi? boiler will lee f..und u?ef?|
la heating water for baibing, axtcaaive washing, tcakiior
pir?, et--, without any exi-a exp--..?e olfio-l or ?ize of lo?
4to*e. It i* unne,-e-?ar> to go u to all its merits a, hr
axaminalioa every ?ne will see ihatfor cnmpaclaeaaaad
?itilin it-tu; I- uiipiralMi.l nii'l pre.ieiou-in every
respect HSK^STOVE ESTABLISHMENT.
' S09 Water st, N. V.
X. R?All kind- of Stoves, Copper. Tin. bbc Sheet lrsa
Ware . ei ??.,?.tly on liau.l and for rale reasonable,
aul-c.m! tin ____
%j . i?>v cti.tt. N '-? ??? S i
?>(!',. utt e j.-k. Pier. f..et of Vestry St V K .
?uoabte for family use end manufacturers, and for-ale ia
?piaiiiuie. to sun, by WARU * BROWNE,
lute Ander-i a A Ward,
sii? Iw c?rn-r ofLaight and WsuihfogtOB-streets.
DEXtCW OlCfll iRI) COAL., fi iub-ei
I hers are ,Nily rocaivtiig thew- supply Ol the best lied
i-1 I', a. i i ir. hard I . id. I.rok.'ii, e?g and bui is, which
they will sell in lots' t? -nil purchasers from ?e.scl Bad
? ir.l at the lowest market price*.
Also. i?re\ Asii and Liverpool CnaL
Ml It ITT A BRADY,
?I i Im* No. 903 Mulberry, iie.r Sp-ing-s'reel.
PEACH ?KCI1ARD COAI-I'h.
I scribers are daily receiving their supply of best Red
A?h Peach orchard Coal, broken, egg and bui si/.e. winch
uey will sell iu loin to suit purcha-sr?, ui the loa.-st mar
?ict ra'.. ?
AI,->. White Ash, Liverpool an-l Virginia Coals.
aulStf WARD 4k BROWNE,
[late Anderson A Ward.) cor. Laighl and Washingtcn-ata.
1)EA?'II OItCIIAKE* COAI.?From boat or
rard ai tli? lowest market prices.
Ai*.?. Leli rh, l.ackaaana. I.ivcrp .ol,Sidney and Virgials
Orders throu;li the l*e-t Driice pUBCtually attend".! to.
iu96 I mis* I.TERBELL. cor, of Hudson and Am.s?-su
?T \TK oFN K W-YO K K?C AN A L DKP\RTMKNT.
? Loans obcsbbvimcosi vna Ppslic Wobiis?ThsCrsra
Blfssuucn I lh> (' Hlal Kend.hy vinue ? flh* ?. I enli'l-d ?> \B
?cl topm.vldefuns'i lef c .r jrb.e va ihe pnnli, w.rkt bow is ate.
aress," p-s-esl May I8tb,fav|l. heieby glv. m.i ice that seated
oposats will he r. c-lv..i until We. nesCay. th- fife, ich ,\.,
Seni.inher lastaal, unli sasurcr**Jeck la ihe oien.<>... ,.(latl
dar, tor a loan of -eve., buudrcd-i....u-*nd dollars, t"r lasea.
I trtm ..e. t,.f (tie Krle Cansl; two l...-..|r. J th a,-.' * itHUtti <?
toe com lrsa i ob of the (iei.e.re \ a |e. Canal, sod one hussttel
lion, lad do'.tars for Um rsanatluctioB U e Bl ?> k Kost C'an.|;
inikiin: In the wl ole iiie-um ofone millioa ..t dollar- fur nhra
raasferiaSile certMeaies of Ho. k wi'l be issued la (IV r^asf's/
he people of the State .if New-Vork, heaiiag interest at th*
? ile ul ti.e per nut per -nnu ijra. ahle ipn Ivly,Oattte riot
days of Jaauarv, AprH.JwJr *mdOirlol?er,ia each year, an.) ih?
pnacipal payable ontne lltsiday ol July, Ufiii, or ai my 'ib>*
d.ere after, a:.the discrrticai,,( ihr Commiarsoaen ..f ibeCmd
The pr. p. sali .h .'ild .titelhe wh.de ?um ihe MdderBfa
no?e. In lead, arst less than i> . thoasaod do I ai I, and the <aaai:(
?n money he Is wi till to rive f r e,rh but dreil doll,,. ?f slock.
All pr.ip sjaja in be real? d up rsrsdetsassrasd " Isoaa fits itreerdars"**
an! i,l Ihr Krie ''anal.".-r '? laam (?r list eoBstiucliOB "( &?
'Jeneie-\',!lev Canal,"at "Loan f.i i|? const/uell.f tl,<
Black Riv.r Canal,''ai i he case maybe, and ei.clused la ia
me'ope eireded to ihe Comptroller at Alh.ny.
On rstsUce.beiae given of the aixeftaacs- of epioposals, th*
?ro.iey mast te d. p... led 10 Ihe ere.l i . f (he Luinmisiiuners nf
he Canal Ken' in Hie New-York Stale Hank ai Alkany,OT ia
be Hank oflhe M whatUn Company in il,, cii, ,,i New-York.
The itockho'den residing in Iba Ist aad 2d Senate lii.iricti,
aad those rseidlBg out ol the State, will rece.?? the lalercataa
ihe stew k bald by ibeaa. oaurts tly. ai ih- Bank a< Ike Ma. hstun
Compaii) in Ihe . il a of New-York ; .11 ?H?r sloekliolderi at tk*
New-York St.ie B.i.k Inlbedtyof Albaay.
The C.imiiii s ... er? rs.srve tolhem-elves the rijht of taking
s lesi tu n Ibanlbal ?ln.li liny be ,jT.(?) hy a y psra.ai .a
B ink, If the ..trer i.nnt la their opIfdoB adranlareous to lileia
teie.-ti cf ihe State.
L BRMMSff. l.i.,iie?.,n( Oavernur,
JitllN 1. COLLIER, C. roptrulltr,
J. C SPENCER, ?ec'Vof "Male,
O. L.HOLI r.Y. S.usey.r General,
WILLI* IIALL, An y Qeaetal,
J. UAIGHT, Treasurer.
Commlssioneis.of Die Ca ial Final
Alhanr, Sepr. |.|, 1 ? ||. kJl^
DK F. FELIX GO I'll M'D'S K \TT(>K W. UTE,
OK, TRUE WATER OF BEACTY.
PUBLIC APPRORAiION I., decided!) -tamped
i the Mfseriofity of tin* Skin L o t i o n . that mile
need be si ia n- pro..-, except that il is what it pro?
fesses t? be, a r- a), ? ffieai ious remedy lor eradicating all
Cutaneous Kr options, T a u. pimples, spats, ate*
gradually producing a delicate, clear, soft ?km. tran.f..riM
e .en the most isdiow complexioe bale radiant wbilaisaw,
producing delicate, white neck..hands arai arms,aad .
piriiinr a beautifu', juvenile bloom to ibu complenos.
li'Mi'lemcu w' . ft ? ? -r. tender after shaving, will Hud
?(excellent beyond compare ia ameliorating and allaying
thai most lupleasai i sensation?-die irntaliility of the -Win.
and. eaitiog the utost smi.rosnai qaaliiies, which reem hka
" a thou-o'.'i frsiranl pfe>ie.,'* it is a unopie snide and no
mistake, fr rtt tituurrramt p?ur U temt. rtu' rllrdrrrtti
ton jrrurt it travcrr tur tea toilrttrs Jet damn el des "r*>
n'/iunmet. The foUowing are selectee from an abandaac*
of lertiaaaaniali winch have been voluntarily tendered :
'? 1 have your Eau <!e Reaete in use?it is au admiraUs
article and 1 shall recommend it."
S. t. PHit.t.irs, Philadelphia.
" I have had sever. I colli for your wa-h. for frecklt.
Ac A lasly livitii' here bsiughi a UoUle of you and said U
haal the desired etr.ct."
Ai.r.x. CvTBsUK, No. I Sianwix Rail. Albany.
" I cheerfull) bear (estimony to the efficacy and perfect
u.noo ur.e of yr.cr Lau de |"eatne; it ia decidedly a valna
bler.Him tic iertauoi coase t tbatyoa pnMiabmyuime."
The above from a 'ady in La Roy Puce.
"Dear Sir. Krivisg had a very favorable opporluail-'
vest-rday evening f..r expatiating ou the. merits of your
' Kau de P.eaiite.' and showing >i,r effects it produced oa
my band?, a yo.r / i ?|v requested I would procure tier a
bottle of iL Please- send one per bearer.
Jetten M-, Broadway."
So ?tronz i* the proprietor's conviction of the sclire
efficacy of the above mvalu.iale preparation in realizing
all that it profea ea to w-complfh. that any dissatisfied
purchaser can receive In. or bar uioaey back if requested.
To be bad only at Dr. O.'s Exclusive Otfioe' 67 Walker
rtre. t. one d'^ir from Broadway, at $1 per boltle, and of
I? ii id Sauds Sc Co . Druggistai 77 East Broadway.
DECrORAL HONEY OF UV*ERW0R*
a. Nowill's Poetoral Honey of Liverwort, prepared
only by J.,-epu NowiU in the city of N -w-York. o ,Se
-ureat and most efficacious remedy for Coorbs, Coics,
Aathma, Wlaoos^irsgCoogh and all affections uf the He***,
and Lun-ra leaduri Uj cnn?Uiaptioo.
1: is seid at the I iw price of two shBUrgs per bottle.
For sale wheleaaJe and retail at the Or.g sal OepeC
64 M oil ou. cor Catherine, and reutied by II. V. kusb. 61
?"Web) ,t ; Aaron divert. UOFttltOB anl iSr. BoweW,**
H. Hart. ?dT': B.-.adwa-. cor. of Chamlse's ?l , W. L* BsV
-eulvrry. Wes' Oreen vich. Conn^ and retailed by Drag
gists in every ci y in (he Union.
N. B Be ?ure tba' each ?ut-ide wrapper l?;ar? tke rKBa
lure of Joseph Nowill in full, without which none are ?eoo*
ioe. .9 l*e*y,
LEECUE-s AVPLISD by Mrs. SARAH t
HAK PLK No. 48 Veecy-st. ? ho bss had maar?r??
experience is the boiiaeii. JO** If