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BY GREELEY ?c McELRATH.
OFFICE NO! 30 ANN-.<THEET.
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NEW-YORK. THURSDAY ???OT*NI?wG, NOVEMBER 18- 1841.
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Wc cannot pretend lo agree with M L'Ardci
in his boundless admiration of Napoleon, -
in bis bold assertions that thr? great warrior ?if i
8ge was ti'.i fin insatiable. Conqueror, a I)i*.??i
and a ?Scourge, for wo m?-? inflexibly believe b
. all these. Nor can wc ever cease te regard i
'' murderer of the Duke d'Enghein ar;?l the j.crfidi'
kidnapper of Ferdinand, the unprovoked ravo
ofSpni'i, the betrayer of tin.? hopes arid libartie?
Pular.il. and the destroyer of tli?.- Jai!?-r:y ?>f i
Press, as nny thing better than a bloody and sclfi
Tyrant, whose vast genius serves but to aggrnvi
la'.h'a, than gild his crime*, liwt this pi'-torial 1
of Napoleon is ivri?fen with great sjiirit and a
nation; it is grnphically, capitally ilitisiriit<-d, a
for tie admiicrs ?if its hero must possess extra,
dinar-, fascination. The impression left by tl
work .? not healthful, but intoxicating?yet we f(
thai ii ? '?? ?tine I to be ?/astly popular.
Tin Works or Km* rta ''.?' on, Lord Chancelle* of Ei
land: A New Kilifioii With a Lift of thr? A.itti
ly Basil Wonts sir, Esq. To he. c implettd m Fi
lv "A e? kly Numbers, at 115 cents each. Israel Po
N ? III. and IV. of this edition nre just pti
lisbed. It i? on honor to our ntro that such si?
ling works can be profitably published in nunrtbt
for popular patronage an?! peiusal. No man ci
read them without having his mind enlarged ai
ftS*Tug Foreign Quarterly Review f
October. commencing a new volume, lin? ju?t be?
issued by Mrs. Lewer. It contains anieles on i]
Fust Crusade, recent Travels in Cashmere, Abv
sinia, and Southern Russia; Sweden; the Worn,
of Italy. ,*?.?. &c. This work is not such as rea
ers in roneial will be likely to take, but to Scholar
Authori., and Public Libraries it is invaluable
[XT' The Northern Light, No. VIII. for N
vember i? just published. It has several ab
essays on the TuritT quest-on, mostly on tho wroi
side, but no less worthy of consideiation?with
lare?- amount of Literary and Scientific matter.??
Post, 88 Bowery.
CCT "The Magszineof Horticulture,Bo?
any," .*?'?. fer November, has just been publishe
by Israel Post, It i.-> an excellent work for all wh
The Nlntr Priaon ,?ur?tlnn,
To the Editor of the Editor of the Tribune :
Siu: Art the subject discussed in the article
signed ' Z. Y. X.' is one of general interest to ?
liir^c portion of the community, I presume I shrtl
not be considered us meddling with that will
whiuh I have no business, in mnking a few brie
rea-iurUs on the substance of them. I say sub
stance, for I have neither time nor inclination, i
you hud space, to follow tliein in all their windings
If nny person run t?'ll what the writer of thou.
articles is aiming at, unless ii is to u|.h old ihe pr?s
cm Stute Prison System, which is universally con
detnned by all unprejudiced persons who have re
fleet?.".! "ii ihe subject, he can do more ihnn 1 an
able. His argument aboui the abstract tight o
the convict to labor, comes about as near ihe marl
ho ???lies lo hit, us the man did who, after takitii
aim ru u bird, watt in th? habit of turnim? his beat
and --losing his eyes to avoid the sight ef the flash
It' he can convince tho public that ihe Suit.
Prison convict's right t? laboral mechanical trade
is superior to the right of the honest mechanics t.
be protected ngniri?t the combination of convict la
bor ut a more nominal price and the patronage o
the State, furnishing the various kinds of powoi
ami machinery, to enable tin? contractor to break
down every business which has not or ennn-t have
suo'n advantages, then he can accomplish the ob?
ject ?>t bis argument.
'J lie mechanics have no ??lea of endeavoring to
prevent the convicts from pert?.nn iig such Inbor
as will not come into injurious competition with
The convict is sentenced to hard labor un?l
net?.-, ought te be employed at any thing short oi
har?; labor, except such as will not atll-ct injurious?
ly, t.'ie interests of those engaged in similar laben
out of the prisons, ami ii would perhaps be well
even then to limit it 10 such persons as nre feeble
and infirm, anti to tho manufacturo of at tides nc
ces.smt for their own use. Various methods, how?
ever, of employing the convicts have been advo?
cated uml will continue to be discussed until the
m?**'i!n<- of the Legislature, when it is presumed
the subject will be decided upon, but as to the im.
propriety und injustice of the present system, there
in scarcely a dissenting voice.
It is not to be expected that perfection in l?gis?
lation can be arrived at, for on the same principle
ti.at ttie mechanic complains, the la? oier might
also, but .ha diftoret co is very great, because the
laborer does net spend h errat part of his lite in
learning h:s business, and the channels into which
it can be turned are so numerous that it will hardly
brar ? comparison. A Mechanic
Sudden Death.?On Sunday last, the Rev.
Frederick Tuckcrusn, of this village, while en
faced in pleaching to ti congregation at Manches?
ter, fell down in .the pulpit, und immediately ex?
pired. He hud complained in tUr morning of feel?
ing unwell, and stated to bis hearer? that he did
not know us he should be able to speuk long, lor be
felt strangely. Soon after taking his text and
opeiim?; his discours?, he fainted, and almost im?
mediately breathed his last. His disease was
proba -i.?, one of the h.-uit. Mr. T. was formet ly
? preacher among tho Methodists, but fur several
yean bas been <? >noccted with the Presbyterian
denomination. Ho served bis Heavenly Master
*ith *-ii! Hil,i fidelity through a Ung and useful
"'*'? i i has been samm ined to Ins reward at the
?ge of 70 years [ (',, igbkeepsie Trlvgraph.
Effec. ..i- Horse Kicks.?At a horse race
-car Dayton on the 30th October, n number of peo
pl*" from the town and county, got to drinking an?!
'ben t?. fighting, in which IS or 18 were engaged,
*Rh clubs, fence rails, ?v-.-. Many were injured,
ii??! one man was dangerously wounded in the neck.
? was a disgraceful ati'air.
Ti..' question i? frequt ml) asked, " Why arc i
merchants general!} Whigs '" The ?-ns?ve- m
l>o inferred from '.':i" article below. Merchai
have more t.. do with this business oi iho corn
iban un-, other class, and tic y are there! ??
re ect more than any other upon the - -
have produced it? derangement. The?, know ih
during tbe existence of a National Bank, i
per ol tii" Western Banks passed ia the Atlant
cities at par, or ?t?i nt.-ai il as to make the exchanj
a matter of no importance. They know ni,., tb
. a National Bank was put down !.r (??n. Jack??
? and his party, under the promise that the count;
should have u ' better currency,' even a _,-?.!d ..i
?ilver un.-, when mo ? ?..M pieces would ?bit
j through the interstices of every fanner?, parse.'
: Tbey know, also, that those who thus destroved
| good currency and introduced ihe present -.?.,??- ch<
one, are pledged to keep things as !:????. are, ai
? hence tbey nr?.' opposed io them : hence tl ???? ai
We bave been made acquainted with a fact i
I relation to this question ?.i ihe currency which
About the lim^ of Mr. V...u Buren's inaugun
I tion, perhaps a day or two after thai event, uni(.it
? other.? who called on the President v-a.% < apt. li
, H. Gear, of Galena, a gentleman probably betw
! known throughout the Northern Counties of tb;
j Slate than any other individual. The compan
I present consisted chiefly of ?.'?'nil?-m?'.'i from New
j York city. Mr. Van Buren inquired what wer
? the chief matters of interest in New-York, ?he
one of the company ivmuikcd that the currenc
question most absorbed the public mind ; that e>
change was then three per cent, .if we remembe
correctly) against tin- Ohio Banks; that the New
; ^ ork merchants hud taken these ??ill? ai pur fo
i goods, an*, that they must suffer liii? loss. Mr
; Van Buren replied, " Never mind, gentlemen ; thi
j thing will la-l bin n short lirn?-, and it was ex
pected from the change in tin- policy of the Gov
I crament, let eighteen mouths from this time th,
exchange between ihe different portions of on
\ country will be more equal than it ever was. ?
(,'apt. Gear hete tin? declaration in mind, and 01
his return to Galena be wrote with chalk on tin
; hack of the Bank door as follows: "Un the?
! of March. 1837, Mr. Van Buren declared in nit
; presence, in Washington, that in eighteen month
from that time the exchange of this country wouk
be better than it ever was. ' Tbe i?ll of Ia3.: wai
looked for with some anxiety, and when ii cam?
u proved that Mr. V_h Buren's prediction wus a.
great a humbug as Mr. Benton's stream of golf
which was u> llow up the Missi&sippi about tin
1 saint* pet ii id.
This fact will prove that the pnrty which pul
down tlie U. S. Bank, under n promise to furtiisl
a better currency, were entirely mistaken in theii
calculations. Ii pr?*ves also that it is heiter t?
continue a good syitem. than venture upon an un?
tried one, though it muy promise a better, and thai
one practical truth is worth moro than whole
Columns Ol theory. The people htivc paid very
dear for the change, and they are destined to pay
i yet more dearly, we feai ; but the time mu?i come
I when they will demand a national hank to regu
! late the great financial iotcrests of the nation.?
II is possible that Mr. Tylct may propo_?o a plan
[ in his message to Congress a month hence which
?vill answer the purpose ; but we have our doubts.
L Peor?a (Hi) Register.
TIIK CURRENCY?EXCHANU-l?., Arc.
A communication in the National Intelligencer,
by u traveler who no; long since returned from the
West, illustrates the e.ils of our unequal currency
in a very striking manner. He started wiih Vir?
ginia money wherewith to pay his traveling ex?
penses; hut on the Ohio river his pockets were
filled with small notes of local hanks or indivi !u
. als, received in change, ami worth little or nothing
! away from home?one three dollar note having been
: paricd with in exchange for a breakfast which,ac
' carding to ihe traveler's account, was about as
' much below par as ihe noie. Having traversed the
1 interior of Kentucky with such means as he could.
I tho traveler entered Tennessee, and obtained a
! nute of the State Bank of one hundred dollars.?
1 Tins he was obliged to sell on hi? return through
? Kentucky for eighty-eight dollars Kentucky money.
Hi.? narrative proceeds to saj :
" At Maysville 1 attempted to procure Virginia
inone?. but failed. At Wheeling another attempt
? was made, but it proved unsuccessful. How?
ever, feeling that the K*.ntucky money would not
: ?;o much farther, I exchanged fifty dollars Ken
i tucky for the notes of the N.rth-western Bunk of
? Virginia and some other ?mall hills, which paid
' my way until 1 reached Fredericktown, M?i.
There 1 met with difficulty, for neither the Wheel?
ing money nor the Kentucky was entrent; bu: as
a great favor, the landlord received a five dollar
: bill (Wheeling) for my breakfast and dioncr, and
gave the change in two one dollar notes ol some
Pennsylvania bank, one dollar Baltimore and Oino
Railroad, and tbe balunce in Good Intent sbin
plasten?all, according t? hi* say-so, current;
but, not one hundred yards fiom the door, all, ex?
cept the Railroad money, was refused at ihe Rail
. road office; but having anothei fifty cents of Rail?
road scrip, 1 found my way to Harper's Ferry.
But there the North-western Bank was in even
worse repute than in Maryland; and 1 placed in
the bunds ef the agent wn dollars as a deposit,
and was carried to Winchester, at which place I
was detained two days, in getting shaved Ken?
tucky money at 12 per cent., and North-western
Bank nt 10.""
Almost every traveler who goes a hundred miles
from home can tell n story siiniiar to this. The
merchants who deal with the interior also know
something of the state of things now existing in
respect to the currency. Is ii not an intolerable
. thirty that this great country should ?uhtnit. year
after year, to an evil like this, which is n?t only
annoying, troublesome and embarrassing tr. the
extreme, but which is also productive ef serious
losses to all classes ot' citizens ' 1 He tact oughi
to he established by this time, we think, that
nothing but a national hank will be effectual in
equalizing the currency?how ?any years longer
i mus? tii-* country wan for such an institution !
Vermont.?The Legistaiure of this State ad
journed on Friday the 1-th in?i. after a session of
four weeks, in which seventy five acts o? all kinds
! were passed?three more than last y eat. The
bill providing for a Geographical Survey of the
j Slate failed, we regret to ?*y. by tun votes.
Among the act.? passed ?a.? one appropriating the
Proceeds of the Public Land Distribution. A
general law was passed providing that ail future
acls ?hall take effect on th.- 1st day of January
-ucevding their passage.
Mail Robbert?A New Schem?.?A young
man in the employ of the Post Master at . r-der
ick. Trumbull county, Ohio, has been arrested Inr
robbing the mail, in order to avoid being deteet
ed, be had been in the practice of opening letters.
taking oat any genuine bank notes they contained,
! replacing them with counterfeit, and then forward
| ing the .euer.
For The New.?ork Tri-une.
Our Knil-ron?!? ...So, 2.
r: i? i- i - - - ? ."?.-?- :.- ".
IN TBr. ?.A - -': KK.
The peri I has n ::.?? p*???? le oi New
York must deten ? ' 1er the .'- way Sys
ted in the same wa;
Canal System, by means solely of the - ?? ?
e State, or whether some other pian
e adopted bettei led to accomplish the
objectii ?? ?? ??.. a- I more consonant to the gen -
character of our political institutions. Ttiai Rail?
ways are much Lerer calculated than Canals tn
accomplish t:.e important obji-ct of a cheap, ex:>c
ditious atid uninterrupted intercommunication at
all season?, has n..u- become apparent. Although
?usttiined thus far by private t-nterpri-e, the sys?
tem is rapidly ?-iii;::.- the ascendancy. Indeed,
?o much have Cintils go::?? inio disfavor, that the
two last -... . have been undertaken would not
have survived ihe embryo sinte but for the gei ??? d
warmth of the hot-bed of polilies in which the
germs were planted. The conviction is very _?? neral
that the Canal System, pushed as ii has been to
an extreme, must, so far as it regards the con?
struction of any now works, be abandoned, and the
grave question arises whether in the prose
ol the belter improvement, Railways, the arm of
the St" " are necessary to success.
The view we have taken, in n plan for prosccat
ing Railways, has brought us to the conclusion
that whether ri?:ii or wrong in the abstract, ih>'
a;d of th ? State r-Ul be invoked and successfully
in bupport of Railways, and it becomes therefore
a subji ct of importance, to ascertain the safest -".:.-i
most effet ivi mode by which that a;d can he ren?
It is for the purpose of contributing our mite to
enlighten the public mind, that ' the pi
prosecuting the Railway Systt m in the State oj
Sew-York " i? presented, and unless such a plan
or one similar to it is adopted, the State must con?
tinue the pracli ??? of aiding Railway Companies,
or otherwise Railroads, like Canals, must oe made
To both these methods there are scrim:- -
lions. We hold ihe principle to be a sound one
that individuals cannot with advantage t.i them?
selves, or to iht? community, undertake the con?
struction of Railroads, if obliged t?t rely on bor?
rowed (ai ?tal.
Instances may occur in which such a course
may bo pursued with safety to the stockholders,
but there arc few capitalista who wuuld embark
in an undertaking under those circumstances, and
the plan can never become sufficiently general to
effect the great object of a re? ur ranged system
of internal impron ments. It cannot indeed he
? ffected successfully unless tin* State becomes the
creditor or endorser, and in this case it becomes
doubly objcctienable. The system is liable t.?
great abuses, in its tending r.> corrupt legisl ition
uii'l the too great facility ii HtTor.ls to the dishonest
and influential among the larger speculators of the
day to pervert the funds of the State to the pro?
motion of their own private and selfish purposes.
In our next we will notice the other alternative
making Railways State works, and then conclude
with some general remarks on the plan proposed.
_ Fl I.TUS.
'? What I admire in < Christopher Columbus,'
says Tiirgot, " is not his luving discovered the
world, but his having gone to search foi it on the
faith of an opinion."
piJ.IlTtAX BATING tioisii, No. 149 Ful
'*-' Ion >.ml lj Ann ?ire-i, extending cleiir throuch.?
i T?os ?pleadid establishment i.? e??? it. successful opera
j iioii. inn e celebrated for supplying i's patron*, ?vita the
very l.e?i th.- market affords, st iho ni(??t moderate pri? ???.
and ??I nil bours, from 7 A. M. until l? I', M. every day,
Ioeludint Sun?.?.??. ?-? Im
BOVD'N Kl.i-A?. H?S'- roiroEK.-.
H?i easks Boyd'scelebrated Bleaching Ponder,just
roceivetj and ?-rsale by
iviJ r-KKS??l- m W-OOKS.fn Liberty-??
LEBCIMBS APPLICB by Mr?. SAIlAH i
HARPER, No. A- Vesejr-st. who ha? had tunny yean
pOMPOSITIOI?. P.OI.I.EIt*?, "? the i.?.
V ' mut. rut!, ?ni quality, and of all sizes, cast st the Of
Bceof ibe New World,30 Aim-?_ Inquire of Mr. J. W.
ItlCIIAItllS. in the I'f ?? Konm , I.?-.:?,mi_. ? -...VI if
ROLLED AKT!? PLATBB8' B1BA98.
a FIRST KATE art? '.ruf R-ii?. ???I Pisten Br .--. ran
-'V altvays ?-. found at JANES Q. MOFFKT, 191 I'ticcc
etrcil, aetiT Wo-.>?tcr. at th-* lowe?. market i-rrcc*. ? >"a
-.?_, h "TV .it-..e'?.?r ?rli.-l? nt Cr-oiier-. Itr-t?? ??___! if
?).l\!??\.. I-VUKE.IKI.E INK?For writ
i in.; on linen and cotton cloth.?The superiority of
| this valuable preparation over any otner of tbe kind cuii
?Ifl.? in it? li'-iu; more dnrable ?lien ?vritten. %?. ill not fad?.
i but retaia? its brifntnsss for years, and requires bu pre
p_r.uir._i. It mm be u-e.l rrith a rr>;ninon pen a? il ??.of
the iir..[i>:r consistence, und h ?iH?le tri .1 ?-?Il convince rt|?
of its intiio_.il value. Beware of counterfeits. Preparad
and ?ol?! by J. PAY30N, Williston, Northampton, :?? ?--.,
; and every genuine ttott'e h.i? hi? -?ritten -iitnature, tetth
i out which ?t is not .?rr.ur-t?. Sold in Mew. York, at whole
i ?ule and ret ul by A. I'., to D. BANDS, t>.-i._t?-i?t?, So*. TL?
] and :ut? Fulton-street, ?ud I>aV1L* SANDS to CO.. 77
East-Broadway Price, 37. eso la. aSEttm
DAT.ENT lllGtlHAIi OIX S.A.HP.??
I CHEMICAL OIL?BURNING FLUID.?Tbe ?ub
?cri?.cr would invite the attention of tii? public to hi?
| stock of uGREENOUGH*S PATENT LAMPS," which.
from th-ir beauty ?.n.l superior quililie?. are destined to
supersede all other? now iu m?e. The oil ??hich i? burced
io tU-.-.u :? h dtemieal preparation, very clean m it? proper
tu?, -uni _;.>..? i >rry brilliant and aconomical lieht. The
: Burning Finid is a portable li?ht, free from all ?moke
? ?ineil. or-ir.-_?e. and ?ill ueil-.er soil nor ?lain, foirirn-n
! Lamps can be altered at a. trifling expense, to barn the
fluid. Tne subscriber in ?nsd'.v p.-rraiisd to re!'?rto some
! of our mo.?i respectable famiii.??. ?ho are now u?ir.?- ? ??
articis. J. C. HOOKER. 41 6 Broadway,
between I.rand and Bro?.i?>; sis .
N. B. There is no dauger of explosion in either one of
?IIVEtt 'IEI'AL A IVA BO ED.
KING'S PAIK.*!' SELFBOIKIXC
CHAIR?1841?I? no*- offered, niucn improve?!.
Will rock ol itself Will pl.-ase ev-n an infant.
Will eive perfect ??_>(-. Will comfort toe a/cod.
Wili not get out of order. Will prove a family conr-fort
Is not ibis sufficient ; In sickness or m neaitli.
Bock, rock in King'? chair, there'? a charm in it.
That soothes all the cases of surfericg humanity?
Tell of the pl?iarnre there is in tbe u?e of it,
Rockinc ?o freely?^>f ease the r?;ahty.
Th.. re?u! jtiug sea", of thi? Chair make? it ia effect equal
to two di?tiuc: aud separatechatn. con?equen;ly tse pur
; chaser of King's -clf-Rockcr buv? the CHEAPEST a?
we'l as the easiest and best rocker in the mariiet.
| N.B.?The rocken of this chair pr?r?a? no obstruction,
1 neither do they wear the carpet.
Always on hand the following paten? Chairs, all war
! ranteti not to e?. out of order i
REVOLVING CHAIRS, RECL'VBENT CHAIR*?
RECUMBENT REVOLVING CHAIRS. LIBRARY
CHAIRS, WRITING CHAIRS, STI'DY CHAIRS,
OFFICE CHAIRS, with a (treat variety, all made fot
e?p.-*c.-U case and comfort. All kind? of ?hairs made to
The subscriber confines himself exclusively to the ma.
uufacture of chairs- M. W. KING,
Patent Chair Makar, No. -174 Broadway.
oI3if New York, between Gran- to Brootne su
I) U V GOO DS.
?\Iri-'ps: .;stF?? -i: .-?it ff?: at wat
-t? -.?.?, ?. ..? ; .. .
nber " New-i ?,.'..
? ? ? ? r..:n ud ':!'.T .:.--.
I "1" Lye. a: i! ... r !' :r '.'.
? per cent, fi m . prei msyrar. Ele earnest!' -
1 e-.i; ' " .-. and ,--ir-? those who favor bia
i ih y ?hall . ??. be di -? i' :i.i-: Far trimming!
? kinds, and Foi ? ?;, .r. not ?? ?.
I oitf lei WlTSUN 1*>! i* ?-.?. :ii*-...?.n- Iff Bowery.
TV i. S s7"*- lai? tJii)<jsI>H.?ALFIU.D SMITH,
i 1 .*??? r . -st. would invite his
friend* ?lie to cull sad era-nine his stock of
- I . ? ossuneres and Vesi
ingssnited ? lb? foil trad?*. Ri fiesen leaviug their or?
ders may rely upon their being fulfilled in tie mo t satis
factory mam r. i- as ? -?' --? ery. ?t? ti"
OlVsK 1'KUt S?T UKE-Gentlemen vrishingto
purchase good t line, wonld do well to call
at 13JJ f'h itnii-n street, where ibey esa ?a-i garments at
Ifl? f-.tl"??-!!-.?- pri *
Cloth Costa. $9 to $'S; Cloth Jackets, SI u>$5? Satl
crrtt Pants, $1,73 to $?,75 -, Cloth Pants ?3 to ? L50,
el uni JACOB C?Df?SWELL.
pR?AP CAKP1SX STORK?The irjbscri
Va" her offers for sal?: ? new and .?;>lcnJi?! ssstortsaent of
3-ply Br?ssel-, fine h I superCne IngrainCarpeting,Oil
. wiih all .it(i?r art"-!-? ces
lie-.te-J w:' . ightal -.'?'
other ?ton in thi rrity. Pcr-oas frota ?..-.- ronntry or city
wishing to purch ?.-<? will :':r-..! u much to th sir advantage to
call ' ropur i ling 1?re, at 47 >".?-?!--.tr-'-t. south
side, near Broadway. DaNIELM VTILCOX. an'." 3m
plIKAP l ?V-.TOV- *-; ijFfllITUG.?The
' -,-U. i. - - - ? ? . ? - i ,? ?ale ol"
y I? -v ???: c - i
??ri ? -. r . a r. ,... .i | , . ,...,.,,,. ,,[,, m .;j |g
: . ? war
ranted* tit,.? i -' ??" f vi K. >'. W-Vy*.
nl7 lw* . 17 .- r. .. ..... ! ,? r f .??.i iVasbtagton.
RtfU FBE.M ?2 iviiN??Tl^)RMCES^.
J.'T" i.'!.-?'-- ...i a of splendid French Win?
dow Cornices, ? th >'?.lies to natch. Also ? case of
SttlllD? ?-. ...r?; ? lllCT. *l Uli a ?-11-r'll
assorinient of I u ? ?????r\ ??on hand inri forsale by
ni?'? I v '? I' ,ti J.l.K ITACAP. ?S Maiden Lane.
XT airy t?ocii, K olilyn, "ictt.York.
Propot i - i- .' 1' tub .- .'' '..i._- the
t OFFEIt I>.\H.
will be received at the Navy Agent's Office, New-York,
m til tin' 5th day of December, l-l!. agreeably to lise
foil? w ins
s IIE?ULE <>F TIMBER.
361 Piles of Velio? Pin.' Tim '?'r. I.? ?:,? bei square, ave?
rage length ?.'? fe it, for main Ha.n.
19-1 Piles of T? Il in Pli " Tinibar, II iacbos square, ave?
rage length 36 fei t, for main I) >.:i.
I.".- Piles al V? How Pine Ti til er, 1- inches square, ave?
rage length '?'- f. ct, fur - de I'?. ? ?
7." i'i es of Vellos Pino Timl er, IS inches square,ave
rage length 30 feet, for?keei Pilme.
-I Sets of Waling Pieces, foi main Dam, ?if White Oak,
I finit iqunre. total length 1,-".ti foet.
?i .??'.if Waling Pieces for -ide Dam-, of White Oak,
1 footX S inches square ; total length 1,070 feet.
53 Cap Timbers of Wh.tir Pine, Ir- feet long and Ifi
11,4311'-" t.!? rard mensure,of3 Inch Whirr Pine Piink.
All the abov? Timber for Pi et to be of good lound ?el*
low nr Hard Piue, free from larga knots and shakes, sn?l
?uniuhle i'..r grooi im an ! driving tu Sheet riling. Two
of the opposite ends of each pila to be sawed or hewed
straight and parallel, and n third side to bo sawed ?-r
bowed ?truj-lii mil ?quara with the ?.tln.-r two. The
fourth lace to be hewed or sawed nearly parallel ?uh the
opposite side, so as not to deviate mere than ?me inch in
tue width of tka pile. Tbc dimensions t?. be h* inllows :
ilie'tir-t numed 'S>M Piles to lit of lengths varying fruin 'i
m 1- feet, and in average al least I? feet; the thickness,
measured on the parallel edges, to t?< not I??? iban i I nur
greater thin Id iiiclie?, to average about l.r>. .?ml the ?ldih
not less ih >u !ti inches.
Tiie second lot of 191 Piles) to vary is lenztb from 31
lo 33, averaging noi less than S8 feet ; the thickness on
lUe parallel ?-..?:? ? not less thuu \i nor more thai? U inches,
and the -.'?i!'!! not less than 11 inches.
Tho third lut ni loi Pili - to vary in '.?i?.".!i from -ti ??>
?Ift, averaging ' - foet . Ihe ibickooss ou tho (wralleledges
not Ic-s iban 11 u-.r inore 'kan 1 u. 10 average I- incbos ;
and un' ?Hiih nut leas iban lii nur!!??.
The fourth loi "I 7i5 Piles to mry in length from XI
t" il- .''??? i-. ? ??" feet; the tin kness on in- parallel
r. get to be no: less ili-r. II imr iiiore insu 11. la .i?a-rs(.e
!'- in i -. iu?J the i idtb not less than I-inches.
Thn Striog - r \\ ding Pieces for il.? main l??in '." h?.
ofgoud, sound, straight White Otk Timber, li.tvcd or
?a?ved, Vi nicies -K]iiurt.', and in length varying from i?
Tho whole utnnunt furnished to bo 1 .?TO liuenl feet.
The Waling Pieces fot the side Dion? to he l-J by d
ioches, hcvt-fl or sawed -?j,;i'ir?*. of rood, soumf, straight
White Oiik Timber and ... lengths varying irom '?t;"i to 3.'.
f?ret? th.' ?' hole a:.tai famished to be 1,070 lineal .'? et.
The ?"-- f':i?is to !)?? o! ?.?"!! 1. -'Mini VV'Intir Pin? TiniSur.
free from shakesand arge anoto, bewed or ?awed straight,
lr. inches ?n i ire and la fuel long.
The Plank 10 . r Vv ;, Pin-, r oini'l, straight and
? ??il ir* (dged, free from large anr-t?, 11 iucbes ia tin. an--?.
?m?! m lengths not less in?:: i? if-1?amount 11,43-1 feet,
tionr.l meas ir
All the above Timber an I Plunk to he delivered on ?nich
v?h.,r! or wharvi - ?Hi? i'j.' I.'. S. Navy V.iri!. N. Y. as
maybednsig u : and tubjvet to the iaspection snd ap?
proval oi such person :?? if it be ? rlectcd by Ihe Engineer.
I in,' i.iiiri'i of ni" Vellow ,.r Ilir.! Pine t" tie delivered be?
fore the '-'.'.i:i day of January, l-l ' : one-fourth bef.rc the
..'. 'i ol l''.-'-rn ?rv . and ?ii" remaiuing halt' before the Ill-t
o? March, i- i?!. Th I i ?ber for the ihh.ii sod lid? Dims
iimi Sheet Pilings to be delivered in tne following order,
l?t. Th-.- Tin ber for the Hain Him.
- . " ?' " ?? aide I ?..in?.
.'U. - ?' ?' ?? Sheet Pilings.
Tie: f) ik W ilinr pie. -? to be !. livere : "n .?r (i?rc,r- th?
tir-t day of tpril, and i!"? White Pine Timti- r sad l'U.ik
b-'fiir.' t!i- !.'? Ii of April, l?!-.
The right reserved to receive ? le-? ; nrti iu rlnu an of?
fer may embr u -
ROBERT C. WETMORE, Navy AgeaL
N.wv Agent's Orni... New-York, Nov. -t.i, l- ?i.
DOt K ANS> BTIIaDINC STO.Nfc.-Te
.-t.- riher will deliver on board of vessel-, at th
Pnsou Lr??:?,. D-'ack ??'.one for l? DS?tltS per ion, aiid Marbhi
Biihiiiic M'.'uir lor .?j ri.i par : i
States Prison. JIojui Pleasant, Juoe C'. lili
?l--??^, !l I. -SUV V. H!K. An?r,
ROLLED GEKMA?i S1LVEK.
JAMES 6. MOFFETT, 121 Prmcu-street, n?ur VVooster
v, "iid rtarttcularly call the attention of Hardware Deal?
er? ami Mscufscturcri to nil iirperior artic a of '?ermnnSil
ver. ?sir.'i heoffdn forsale a?olf??;;!-- acl retail, of slilhi-uk
aetmes, and warrants ;?. eqaal to any, eiiboi r'oreign or Do
meslnt? for color I i l?-tf
P.i I- ci..'! A SI "FACT D It EBJ#? AND COHl
MI?*-1DN WAREHOUSE, No. 31 Iaibeny-<reeL?
Pnntn.e, Lit!iogr;;.;..c, and C?,!'.r?'d Pipers in all their
vin ?'.;??.. made to order of any .?; unlit? fr?*m common Ne???.
to the finest Book , ??"r -ri?de iu the eettntry, at the fair
nttrkel prices, from the very - ip-r:?,r iniii- of Messrs. A
r. and W. Curtis, Boston, and \V. A M. f'.-..-us. BeUviHe.
ti. J.arrd fromstiTveraJ other nui.u' icturers, having the tes.
of machinery. All or 1-irs iha-kfuily r.-cirrt-cd and proinp
-t- i-..,i aa7r,iu EDWARD CURT??*. Agen
til t K I. ir. ?s I PU lilatst . t?Jrl-ir, recciv-i?!
1 for U- .-;?.- Issorted Picklvs m f'ilious, Halves and
U?ni"-s. m t?e OSUal parrsa.r'.r? Ctttsape. r-ar-ces. Ac. al
?rij.4 rtrr? '"?' *" -1inn.?i. n?j?r Krout
ELIXIR O F ? T I U M.
4 NEW chemical |>r'-,.-.r?ti->u of Opium, embracing ail
Sn. the taluj!-:-' n 1 c i. ? properties of Opium to the
exclasion of those ? :. c . ore delcterioes and u?-. less. The
Morphine Codnn and Narcein in eembination with tne
native Mecosic Ac d. sr-j i. : reumed in ih' ir original
pa-.:;.. a-J :.?:'. c ;:i- superiority of :ni? pr?paration. Il
is much prefi-rjbie te every -trier inrtn of opiate, such as
Laudanum. Pare?onc, Morphiue, ?vnariotized UiiJi
num, Ac. Ac, a? h ?s been fu?y proved aad duly ac
owledij?sil by the tno?: e mid-iiI ?u-geons. phy?icia?j?
i chemi.f?. Ill rae i- jo. followed bv any of the ?liso
irreab!- - : Is? h invariably attend th- ordinary pre?
paration? of Opit.a. such ?s ? ?snotiparjen, hendseiie. tre?
mors, nausea ?::?! roaiitinc. but it may be taken in suffi?
cient doses to alia.. ?It satfering, with penect sofaty and
entire success. For fsither psrti.ular?. of its tr?ala in
hospitals. <tc ?e- directions ??itl! the reetlicine.
The Tra?ie ?"pplied at ttie lowe"t puces, bv A. B. A D.
?rands, TV and lOU Fulton-s _ N. V
Keuiled by D. "??nds i C>. 77 Es.?t Broadway, by
Rushtou A A.?pinw,?il, by Dr. Chi t-u. ZCS Brosdwsv, bv
C. H. Ring. 64. Brna'!--?s.v. by (Mdington, "?Ci* Hud?on
sL. by Chl*7dr*s Dispensary. >-? ?jpriag-tt., and by all
Dr :.-?:st? in ihccity and couiiiry.
Friee ?5 cenia. bH?"
S C H O O LS.
P NO .LISH AN D? t, A S?S If ?al. BUARDINb
' t -i :;?.'. ?--OK BuY.-. at New-Rochelle, W-wiches
: - N. 1.
i et ?? r:u of this irutitutioE will commence on the
first M.ia.ay in November next. The ?l-jett of t?i?
- ?he "-dac.tioii of Et?>? oa sach principio? and ia
.-?....-. ?n ..jreut ?oul-l .'.-??re.
embraces ail the branche? of a thorough
- ilion ind slfO llio.e "vhicri are requirel tor
any College. Further information may be
learned from the Principal, who may be seen until th? 1st
o? .November at the CarKoa House.
D PRATT, Principal.
Referen.? ?? respectfully mads to Dra.No?, Potter,
Pi Hit, Union College; Reverted* H. Win.low, G. W.
?j I. Waodbridge, Boston, Mans . Rev. Drs.T.
II. skinner. T E Y'ermilye. Pr-ftssor H. White. Rev. J.
W. McL me, ??. B C leever, U m. A.iaais. A. I? Smith.
?Ion. Aaron Clark,O. Habud, N. White. J. T. C:
J. ['_:?-. ?../?.-. _?-.. Il Halagar, Esqrt?. N. Y. o? tf
\ll*?H .'I-IT ION.?WILLIAM PEASE, _?_*?
*?* f-_??or_?__l Toacborol Ihe. Piaa? Forte. Of_ran an!
. respectfully lai'onn? the young gentlemen of ibis
City ta.u It-.' Ii,? fin .1 a,* _, ro.?r? i? In.? Music Saloon, No,
rW Broadway, snd IS r?-?.lv to c>itiin.t-_iee giving lesson.?
on ?-!:?? Piano Forte snd in Su mm either in the day '.nit?
or erveni ig. Gentlemes wisbiug to commence will pit ??e
'.- Hake ?, ;? : -? si lili* Music Saloon, No.700 Broa.!
wsy, I '-.i-t?i-?t.< Terms moderate. oH tf
.'II!*-. AltUMA BKOWNK.
-.j1" mi.r md Pr-fe .?or of Music, sad
? _? X 11 t'eacber of the Piai.o Forte. Organ, ?jinn
m?- and Compwitioa, wishes to scqua.nl lb? Ladies ol
Ntai York w.th her iecent arrival in ilu? city, si .1 thai
?he wiii give lessons ii the residence of her pupil?, or a:
the Ho'.-i-, of her i '.t i r, D. -.Browne, l'r..t -?or of
Music. 7'?? Broadway, where all her Compositions are for
?ale. Mi.? Urowte ?*:'l jive finishing I ?soli? as usual,
inda left st tb? Music Summ of Hewitt to Jacques
: I Broadway, als? atiaoded to. nIO 1m
J. B, SWAIN,
BOOK AND JOH PRATER,
j _!*i ."?'... It' ji.hu -t.?Third Story. New-York. tf
VI N C EN1 1. DILL'S
S . '?'- Fulton-st(fourth story. New-Yorh iciwt
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
o30tf N E W-YO R K.
DlllHKR, HKV-iOI.Dl ?V PLATT,
Attorney.;, Soliciter. mi?1 Counsellors.
Office No. fit, ?S, , ?-_,__ .-__?. (8slbmDtrrcnu
Merchant-' Exchange, >*"ew"* ?*?*?., J.N. IUvxolm.
?Vail ?tre-L . ia-.'7-tf . IX H. Platt.
KM. KA V 1 NG UN WOO I) . "
linr.- in the neatest manner, cheaply and expeditiously
at thr ornee er thk Nave world. *' asm-?tr_et.
By MARX I.AKT.
.;...i:. to the Publisher of th?. New World. sa9l tf
igency for Paying Tuxes on Lund
IN nil. WESTERN STATES
At No. .s 3 M . r .: i- it n . ? Exchange,
R. E. LITTLE.
References?Messrs. S hip mur. to Ayres, Abijah Kisliar*
K?i Samuel Marsh, Esq. -New Y?oU \ Edward C. Ueta
van, Esq. Saratoga Co.; Hervey Sir ford. Etq. New lln
iren, Con.; A.B n.k? Esq. Providence, R.I.. fie.? VVm.
Gordon. Post Master, Boston. o"i.*> I in
i: ?l A It l7K-f?r ?T_ri_"bi I S.
(svecsssoa to ar.o. pbuscukil)
\l ANUFACTURER OF PAPER BOXES, 127 WHIintn
I ? 4 street, oi every possible shape, style, ?n.l variety,for
the uso of any liceof business; constantly on ham! ? larg.
assortment of ?quire Boxes, plaiu sad fancy, single, snd
. !.. sals ; also
liy the bale M nest.
Genuine German Colc-g-ie Water linorted, and for sale
St n verv Ww price. ?M'Im*
VO I'M I.?'I'll- public i? respectfully mm..I to cull
. .s m :i:e i.flieool ihe London au.i Aui?-ncaii I'.itnut Wa?
ter prool Company, No. lu? Fuliou ?treot, New York,
whore nil Garments and every description of Cloth?,
Leather, toe are. made imp?: viotis to ?ret, ?<? that the
wearer ma? bid defiance to rain, .?now or damp, while the
appearance or icaiure of theurt.cl-s is notchangee. in the
slightest .l.-L-ree. ta it. I the pores of the food. ...-inn still
op.-ii, perspiration will freely e.?<:.*pe. Titos.? who value
tboir health will co well to call. All Goods prepared Ity
ill? Company are warranted ?rater proof.
For each OvorcoHt.f*<l SO
Hr.-,Coat. 1 Ml
I'.ut.. I DO
!*r..H.i Cloths,par yard. .VI
Caasimeres, ? " . 35
Oottna ami Silk '.nods from 3 to l- eta. pr yd
Boots, SO per pair
Shoe?, of Clolh or Leather. T"4 per pair
Airo. Taste tnay be hid ?l the office fur water proving
I!...?:?. Shoes and Leather, at .'|| cents per box.
023 lm WM. J. SPENCE, Agent.
17 ifv A?T?.F.O ?T. KW-SIRPASSKB hy
is NONE?To wholesale anil retail (.roe.irs, Shipper?
aad Coa ?try Merchant* The r u!t*cril>er? oiler for sain al
ihe lowest potisiblo price? for cash, in loi? to suit pur?
E. Parmelee A Bon's Celebrated Lansingbun-h Soap
??ml Candles, warranted to ?:nud in any oliiuate and lo
give entlr' ? .Ili.fii.'t'i.K.
?.?II boxet prune V?. I Soap, at very In* prie :j.
1000 ?to patent Mould Caudles, various sia-M.
l.?ni .: . Hydraulic pref?.;d Ha do
1000 do Coinmou mould do do
They also oder for sale almost every variety of Cena
iry Produce, including Beef Pork, Lard, Ham?, Hinter,
Ch.?? Flour, ToBgues, Ac in lots to sait purchasers st
lot* ..ne-, for cash. J. N. ?v W. W. AT WOOD,
o-M I in* I- From-?..
! _L>ry Dock, lii-aoklyn, .New-Yorlt.?
PROPOSALS ?? ill t.-: received at the Navy Agent's Office,
New-York, until the 90th inat. for the umber specified in
the Schedule below, for buildiog s
The timber to be delivered free of all charges, m such
part of Ibe Brooklyn Navy Yar.l as ?hall bo directed, ?ub
j.-ct to the inspection and approval of suck personas tnay
-.i by the Engineer.
SCHEDULE OF TIMBER.
350 Whit- Di*. I...ri' ;; Piles?averaso length SC, fee.'.?
14 ft l?i luche? ?qaare.
llrj Fender Piles?overage length 3ti feet?akcu: H in
B? Toas of White Pine timber for Caps^?16 ia. ??|uare.
j 2(5 ?? -? " " Side Caps?IS in. square.
?j - ?? " ?mall Spruce ranging Umber for eover
iCL' Wharf?9 inches thick.
1 iie Hearing Piles to be of round White Oak fmber, of
sound an! _t?jo?J .(uality, and as ?trairht a? can be procured,
?o a? to he entirely suitable for driving; to be hewed II
t inches ?<-uar>! for a length not less than 10 feet from the
cut; to be at iea-t li inches in dinineter at ihe ?ma'ler
end, and of lentth var)iu-r from ?')'; to ?Jit feel, as follow? : j
one thinl part 10 be from "f) to SA feet, one third from It
-.. -. snd the rexsi-iiog third from ^l_ to I'd f et. The
whole to average not !e?s thai: 3*i feet id length. No pile
to !e admitted which sweep? or deviate? from strnieht
ne?i more thin one foot in forty, and none to be received
which ire curved in more than one direction. The pile?
to be delivered at the Navy Yard, properly hewed and
ready lo be -harpened for driving, subject to inspection
The Feader Pile? to be of round White Oak tinker, of
the ?ami quality and subject t? the same condition? with
regard to straigbuess. To be hewed 13 loches ?(piare for
' a lungth not less than 1". feet from lb? butt ; to be at least j
; 11 inch*? in diameter at the ?arnller end, lad of length I
varying from 31 to Zrt ieeu lo average not leu linn 36. j
, To be well and properly he?ed, and delivered .? above.
Tn?- T. loin of While Pise timber fer Caps to be of good
sound quality, :.--?-l ur rawed 15 inches thick and 1-i to
? In iu.hes ?lit. to be straight on all faur ?ides, and of the
following lengths : 22 sucks 31 feet, d? suck? 'dit feet, II
stick? 28 foet and II stick? dA fee', long.
The 26 tons of timber f..r Side Cap? to be of the lame
quality, newed or ?awed 12 inches square, ?traigh' on all
; four ?lde?, and of length varying from 22 to 3*i feet, a?
follows : one third to be in lea ?l? of -2 feet, ?ne thud 29
j and one third 3<> fe?-L
Tire sra?Ji limber for covering th? wharf to be of Spruce
or Pine ranging umber, of round anJ durable ?piali'.y;
-awe.i or hewed ?uaigkt on three ?lie? ; to be not l?-s th__B
i 3 ii ches on as average iu thickDe?s, estimated from the
: unhewn side to tae '-ppoeite face, and t?> vsry from i to
10 inches ; the >idth to be not leaa thsa 0 inches, and the
. length ' > - ? '. " _S 28, or >. i>et.
"Jue half to be delivered on or kefo re December 5th, and
. the remaing half on or b-fore Dec?Oih, lr4i.
Narv Agent's Office. \
New-York. Nov. ttih. I;'!. 5 _, _,
j nlOt?O ROBT. C WETMORE. Navy Afa-t.
: rilE?S..?Fine (.unp?woer ana Imperial lea? in cheat?
i J- and half chests. Foe tulojir
I c7 t? GRLNNELL, MLNTUBJ? to Co. .3 Soath n
t?. AJA It l>?ir.? sa a .?trie?,, sirl. a ?uu,t>all ?, -.
it ,M ? r.-.? and cbaob rniR-.f. (-.?.
will beg.v.-n. Apply at 172 T-orapsori str.ci. !.-.?-.,e?
U\ ? I ??TlT^T . sr'.i.er la .u . . ,. . ~
higbtr profit? - ? '
l?er d t> dear profit, C pital I ? ? . ?.? ,
a m ?sire at '- J hn ?i.. three , oora !.- ... ,
?A 11 >??.,
Bitok-I . - - ,, .
1 w ro ..Ml. b.-1'd ?i h bi? parents wi!'. be j,-.
..: 15 in . Mr e . nlia u '
Ur ?If I'lio?--, nations 1 I .- ._ -
B?r. sdw.y. Families p.'ei e coll.
Hirt I?*_T. ELL1 ' r
: I,?.*.'?* lal trt chu he -pplicd >?-llh tiie l?. .?I --. r
1 ?? vail?. 1er c ty and couut'i. ai.* at ItlC ?Lorli
??-. ?i ."?' ! ? i Broad ????' Im
b' *: ": lOYKUH can bei
t ptenl is? posters, griXMEs, form ?
..uteri:'-:.--. ? '? Ks t Kr"?-I ???.?'??_
; tt'UKHATlO.N VTVVI/S- U. ?R.\l '.
I NKL-SON, a seaman, son ol John Nel-o i. of I.-.
ford Brewer , in the County of Darbam, England
iront thi S ?'er ni?! sbou: use 3
? er 1 left In? .?hip. If he is ? ? -?
living he e?-hear of soaicthine tery machte hi- .
itc b* ?i. pit i g to the sabitcriber, in the City of New.
fork, or to Benjamin Ord, l.--i . of Seilgefield, '. ;?
? , i Dui I?? n. Any one who can fit rroaiioi
reap el - ? '* ton, will be rewarded for so doing.
K. M. BLATCHFOHO
New-York, October 13. 1-1!. 1
Xj~ Tj;." t'oun-r Si Enquirer, Standard, Express I'
loo Atlas. P ?lad Iph 1 l.o ?g? r. Balliaii r? Patriot.. ?
r.-i; Courier, .*.n?i New -Orh-jont Picayune, wi
i?Ii the abov? (without this direction) ?ii-'?' a .? ek ' ?
? ix ?????k?. sed lend their bill* to this oih s
DOAKDKU? H'AMKD and ?
D Um low j.ri.-.' for lados? per ? ??!-. SI ."'. ?-.
?J ?'1, vrilhout ?' i.-ii t >-. "i '-- Brn ? -:
is 1 - Ha 3 minute? wa'k west of Broad? ay. aid ! ? '
BOAKD.?Very ,ii.'.i?t'it ip turnout- to el, with
brmkfosl sn.l lea or full bo?-d. 111 :? -ni il family reu
dii'g 1? ,?'!. Jnhn'i Psrk. Apply m Mr. Liu? I I. n -,
, 1 , .-? ..? 1 1- 1, ?ii VValki r ?1 ?- . \t- -? ? 1 . ??? -
Hl?.tf.U H.l.tlti? ' uml'oiU
I.i. ?0 a pleasant I'm! ? wauled hv 9 1
gontieman, in the vicinity of, or eenToiu kit 1 1
?11.1 avenu? IV Refer n ??- n . ! te? tiire
? -- ?? ?. John, b?>s <*.?,! uj.i'.-r , .-i .?tit .-. ill ' if
BOA It?_? gentleman ai bis lady in.l
dividual ?:? have gu .! !-.>.r<i m a private ,
?h. ':: re ??? :? ? ?? ' ?-'!? r .. ill it Ii- ir.ili' ? ? .
' ur St. l.uk'* i.'.iurc(i. :l?.'> II ..I on ?t. by ca
p?',.KIII*i'(.' ?4**5 IE ??- N... .1 t ?.?1, 1
I> >!l.r-. LAMBERT, in.?? Cattsklll, has 01.1 ?
Roanliag House at No. It < h ambers street, ?hare
rould bo pleased in get a few ,-. ....t.-.-l boarders I ??
! j>I. .i-.-uii r.. h:.-. with grates. 10lei ? lilt board, luiia!
' 1 geatltman and hi? wife. References exchange?!
nUAKIUMi REUIH.KD.-Tli -.:
'k having filled up the large ?it: comniodioua house a
the corner of ll-?v,ri and E- m streets
rom Broadway, where gent'etnea <? ?n bato good board
ii"I pleasant n. in- for ("J50 par week ; nlso genii tti-n
1 il 1 ,',r wives ."i reasonable terms, by applying ? v . '
Howard street,entran e in Elm, ?? I lur
?.";' Privat? Uouiiiitii,.??J.-uitlemeu wishing p? r
inaneni Board and lt.?nii? in a location convenient to iha
business pint of th" City, will (..? aocontmudiiieil at No. 70
' l.?uaae-*treel, just oui of Broad, say, white hu? few I.I
1 r? ore lakea ?uil every exertion made to render tl" 11
home pleasant an?l comforuibl? The house :.? antirely
; tew, anil newly furnished throughout. Term?, m
[?.?foreaces nxcbange?L it-i?-' tf
: iiijAUU AiNAS KWSjain may be obtained in a pn
1 D vate family by applyiiwt at906 Hudson-st, j.-7 >f
, 1 PAKTiHKNTd TO LET, WITH BOAKD
.'\ T-v?. elegantly furnished parlors fronting on Bi 1
way. u-ili I,?'.! r. nud pmtiin? attached at mi ers
price? for howl 1er. tpplysl 139 Broudwa?. nil. Iiv?*
! ift^ sYOB ?ALEUll EXC?tANliE? A de
Ii-" Country Residence withiu IU minutes'walk 1 1 s
I cuy, fine house, handsomely finished, ?tnlil s, 1
? house, shrub!.??ly, half an u?rr?? of gr..iiinl and Is every
' vsy calculated for a genteel family. For particulars, 1 1
) ply to "siuiih ?jV Turner, lfi John ?treet. n?a 1 ??? "
?(A VO It fa A 1. it iTk. fc'X.'rt ?VaTTL 1 ,,
: liiL.ll. 11 ??- and Lots in fee, well located, (or sale, or ? il I
? be exchanged for coo 1 vaca i lots. 'Ph.- property offered
1 rood and well let, and if ex hanged for vacant 'ot.?,
j 'l??-y niu?t b?; w.-ti ?1" Broadway and not higher 11,. lliuu
?J3J strtiet Ad.lr?. A B. at this office, nil-.'.-*
' J??S?,? A GBKAT BlKUAiiV.-,?, n?m of 1'.
Jc?Lueres, in Ulster CO., N. York, I*. mil's from the Hue
I -.in river, I mile from Kingston Court H mis". The -.'.1
I is warm and good und uuder linn improvement, liiivunt
Lhcreou n good house, barn, out-houi-es and orcbaid ol
KM) thrifty apple and other frail tte?? Pr:?-?'. |3,tC0; IICOO
' cu remain oa bmni and moitgags For particulars apply
??.on to SMITH A TURNER? 16 .! hn it. 1 I -?'
MKO(l.ll.?l TO l-KT-Ariiiiiii ?,.!b-,l.r?.....?
with ciiwi?, pantries, See suitable for < -main <?.?.
Uso, one large room, extraordinarily well ligbtod, suiia
de for a work-shop. Inquire on the premian? of
??V. If Jllll.V LOCKE, l? r.-u- ? t III Ann It.
M i'O LET CtiBAAt*?The m v modera bu It
ihre, story I.nek bouse, lituateon the e? sierly corner
ol the Seventh nvmiuo and rhirlsenlh ?:. will In, r.-.it'???
cheap to a good tenant, It ha? recently been paiuled
throughout uu?l been pu? in eo.nl repair. I 'i lir ? .?!
U. II. WINTER, 10 IV ail t
n)5 ri- (Over the Mach.-' '?' 1
isslt, FOB H.tlaE OK KXIIS ANt.- t
KULCountry S0.1t, 10 mil?:.? from Ihn city. !.-:it".| 111
Queens County, !.. L containing upwards ?? n ici lof
first rate lmnl The ImildiuKs ore one doable house, uio
1 cru finish, with grates, marble mantl-?. lolding-tioors,
Ac, oxtra kitchen; also, 8 krge barns, wagon hi ?
: rings house, shop, ??rsnsry, poultry bouse and VS
'I'-ii-.r. with all other cnBveuienoes necessarv for u lar.e
' family. The fruit is of llie host kiud and 10 ?rv--r> v .n lj
apples, cherries, ?kc 111 abunilanc?.
A larga amount of tlic money mny reuinin ...1 !? in ! si I
mortgagei or Drooklvn or New-York citv pr ,? ij mid
he ri.k.'ii 111 e*ch?uga*. Address L. 51.9. nl this office.
MA BABGAsTNiSI ! K.UUil!\?: 1 r
'"x*" 1 il- or exchange, t? ? in?, of handsome Land, eon
Innung I-I', aerea each, mil ufa superioi
watered ?un fine streams, and covered witbfi ? ti-ober,
?neb as while .?k. hickory, beaeh, wr.luut, map
?ycaraore. The? soil is adspted to wheat, rya corn 1
cotton, tobiti.co. ??"?el ami Irish potato.:?. Ta?, ?bote
I nuls will he ?Id at r'i'lueei! prices, and ou terms o
suit, or they will !??? nxchanged for alin.??t any kind o
?in'rir. indi/.e. For maps, diasrams and partimlars, apply
'.' ?MITII A TURNER, U'< J.>h>. street, up ? ?r. ul tf
4 FA It.tl of 71 acres 10 exchange at a bargaia for
? .V personal property on Wutern Lands. 30 improvisd,
; House Btrn, Orcbard, WeH, Ac. m trie Co. V V. Ap?
ply ?t 10 John ?t-.-er. up ?t-i.r?. i.l7 3l"
<?J% IOS HAItK, ???B BXCBANOI for
55 >l-rc'i.iu'l.or, l.-?.i acras of excellent finning
' * LAND in the Slate of Pennsylvania ie tribe town
ol K 1- on. and within \i rt'iir?' ride of ibis city; in .-. v.ry
"??I'.iy jii.i dourisbing neigbborbood, well watend,and
heavily and valuably timbered 'rit same is free ind
clear of allincumbrance. Title indisputable, The whole
or any part will be ?lisposeH ??f low for caab. Dry roods,
lnr.lware or any kind ufsslsble iiierch?!! i?'-, will be tt
; sen at a fair price 1.1 ?rtchusc? Inquire of
Ja.MK.< !.. CHEESEMAN, 19? Front-si .
nl72W f ? ? .
/*??, KOe* ?AI.B?Avaluablespan of i? lei 1
iTSij gray Horses iix years old lac ?/?.,: j. .1 1
/Aft lanrkitily swift miners They ?re ihv. -4.1 it..I.
itiiiiliil end easily managed, 'lheown-r would -..!
.1 1 credit of six mooths. Apply to il. st l.Kl.v .-?III..
'.'0 Chsinber? ?ir-'.-'. nl7 tf
MRCIUNI.'.V TOOA.S?.- ha . C V .
510 ftreeawich st littween Springend Ca al Iras
:u?t recviv??! large sd lilions to !in> former *i?aek an! ha?
now on h*i.d a aen-ra. assortaient ? f C irpei :? r.', 1
Milker?', (.'iiKir Makers' ami almost every description Ot
'.V001I Worker?'Tools at the very lowest cit) pr: - ,\
/?-ueral a?-rir?.inent of Wood Mtw? leady Ii'..! and ?-r'.
Call st CHAS.C.DVER' ? Tot I: tor-,510Gre?nwieb.
."fs *s re cat, re-ti>)tbed, fram?:'! . filnl a:,?! M 1, as u ual.
? 'I ??'?_
?~.? s us-..-1'.t futnii i. ?? 1 1 t, iJTb.n?.
? T ru-: la'.c Ksir of the Ain-rr.?:?-. I- - : h ?: ."? v r
*\ M< d?! ????? awarded to Josiah Hayden, for I. -
rior Americio peu?. It 1? now entice ed Hi II yJeu?
Pen? are ?jtqual to the best and betfr tha mes -it
1 H ported. rii< pnce i? mucri !?? ? on : t-c trade 6n?l .1
sdvaatageoes to deal m tn-ir.. f;,.,i ncer? a ?-, ,. 1 1 lind
the quality equal to th':r expecu ion I"-r - ! t- ha
trade by EDW J. KNO 5 ' ! ??? ?? 1 '>'
S?.NHM AM*'l>iitVll-?t- T ? I?!. M-.i-.f-r.
taring Company will receive otders ai tbeirOa.ee,
V?j. ? I Liberty st '?? Vo-k. for e> a-ii'g of r .ok- si .1
Privies bv tile licensed N ghtScavengers They will ba
elesDtcd by old. eiperituct?! a.d ecraful ???, ibii h .ve
been vears nuplnved iu the hu- nest, sod up u wii ?m en -
nr?: reliance en lie placed, ?t i?e I.<w-i-t rsf, i? .? can be
.trorded und.-rall cirrum-'-i ici ?. I tllh? r . t ?' ., ! ? 1
by m'-ju? of tub?, with tight covers ?hieb baa n????
-rallv S|i(iroved. 11 . -
'|to THE PI ?Ial<?-1- Si I .F.BRO.VN 'I
I Chstkam st are lolling Ingrain Ci r, eu t t-? Is,
Se and r> per yard.
Those in waoi of Carpels would do well to cal'' an J ex?
istas >"f ihein?el.r?. a- tnev w 1? save at [east '..'< | e. 'it.
?j> piircha?!- g o? ibe ?uh.enbers
N B. All sit?eles cooceatrd with ibe Carpet butin?
aelliHC in the
?o ?un ta* unies.
tin the ?ame proportion. Aleo, remes ?? ol ?'.1
. suivab'e for patting umler Stotres rellieg a? tit
RI.'laKU KfyiX.'Ar PAPF.it. ,.i- .f
AIME Ruled Cap. For ssle hv
PraRM*'.: St BRO .'- ?
?27 In .11 Lihen?? -"?*
TO H N HAH? UK, Sweep ". !, * '
A> unta la generad. Ne? 17 John-street? New I -
Purchaser"of J.rw-:!-r'- and .<'.v?.-sui.t..'? Poli?
Pin-Heines, Lesn?;i;?, P?n ?? Bar-, ' " ''? ' .
Lace, f'.ilt and plaleJ Ji. u!-. L'ookbr.der's 1. .- '- -